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778679022222 Classifieds . . . . .7B Living . . . . . . .1B Business . . . . . .5A Obituaries . . . . .2A Opinion . . . . . .4A Sports/Outdoors . .1B Crossword . . . . .2BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2013 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 1,2013 VOLUME 60,NO.44 25 CENTS Cream of the cropTwo Marathon High School athletes are honored as the best among those who play spring sports. Story, 1B In LAttitudesPhotographer Mark Hedden explores the culture that surrounds two-wheeled pedal pushers in Velo City,now open at The Studios of Key West.Story, 4B Land values rise slightlyThe overall value of taxable property in Monroe County for 2013 looks to be $19.08 billion, up 1.9 percent, or $360 million, from the previous year. Thats a far cry from the height of the housing boom that saw home values explode. When the final tax rolls were certified in June 2006, the overall value of taxable Keys property was $26.65 billion. Theyre always one year behind when things are getting better, and one year behind when things are getting worse, Realtor Brian Schmitt, broker at Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate, said of the county Property Appraisers Office. That office, on May 25, ran the latest valuation numbers, used by agencies with the ability to tax and fund their operations. But the valuations are based on sales that closed in calendar year 2012, so do not reflect the current real estate market. In fact, in the first quarter of 2013, all signs generally point to a continued housing recovery in the Keys. Schmitt said that for the first three months of the year, total sales were $244 million compared to $195 million for the same period in 2012. Countywide for homes in the Multiple Listing Service, there were 597 home sales, up 15 percent from 2012s first quarter. Percentage wise, the Middle Keys-Marathon area led the way with a 27 percent increase over 2012 with 135 sales, followed by Key West to Shark Key, which recorded a 23 percent increase to 185 sales. Bay Point to Big Pine Key (13 percent increase, 97 sales) and Lower Matecumbe to Key Largo (3 percent increase, 180 sales). The average sales price isInitial 2013 tax roll is $19.08 billion, housing recovery continuing KeyswideREAL ESTATE FINAL FLIGHTPhoto courtesy U.S.Navy.Naval Air Station Key West Cmdr.Capt.Pat SparkyLefere receives a traditional wetting-down Thursday following his last flight as a naval aviator.During his 27-year career,Lefere logged more than 3,990 flight hours.He retires Thursday and gives the station command to Capt.Steven McAlearney. I have electricity. It was so weirdClosing your doors and windows is a foreign concept to many No Name Key property owners. So much so that Brad Vickrey and Beth RamsayVickreys air conditioning contractor had to remind them to do it more than 15 minutes after ice-cold air flowed into their house from a newly installed central unit outside their Bahia Shores Road home.The decades-long battle over commercial electricity on No Name came to a close around 3:15 p.m. Wednesday when Superior Electric owner David Rodriguez flipped the switch on the VickreysKeys Energy Services electric meter.Ramsay-Vickrey and No Name Key Property Owners Association President Kathy Brown stood just behind Rodriguez, cheering and embracing when the power came on. It was an emotional moment a long time in the making. There have been countless legal actions and a lot of bad blood between neighbors over the years that may never fully fade. Within moments, the champagne was flowing and the Vickreys were busy marveling at something just about everyone else takes for granted: Grid-tied commer-No time wasted as homeowners connect to gridBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comNO NAME KEY Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYNo Name residents Beth Ramsay-Vickrey (front) and Kathy Brown (back) look on ready to celebrate with champagne as Superior Electric owner David Rodriguez flips the switch to connect Vickrey-Ramsays Bahia Shores Road home to the commercial power grid.It was the first home connected after decades of legal battles and dissension among neighbors.Sailordead in Cuba likely is Keys manAmissing boater expected to arrive in Key West two weeks ago after traveling from Fort Myers was found dead tethered to his sailing vessel on a rocky Cuban beach earlier this week.Cuban authorities found Jay Wesley Rydbergs body alongside his 39-foot trimaran boat, the 3/4 Time on Tuesday on shore about 44 miles east of Havana, said George Toms, Rydbergs friend and Key West neighbor.The Cubans called the U.S. Coast Guard, which contacted Rydbergs sister Jill Lesseig in Fairbanks, Alaska. She notified me, Toms, 54, said. Coast Guard spokesman Petty Officer John Paul Rios confirmed a body and the boat were found in Cuba, but referred all other questions surrounding his death to the U.S. Department of State.AState Department spokesman said that on May 27, the U.S. Interests Section in Havana was notified that Cuban authorities had recovered a U.S.-registered watercraft that had been reported missing on May 14. We can confirm that one set of human remains were found with the vessel; pending formal identification of the remains, we have no further comment.Rydberg, 40, was reported missing while he was en route to Key West. Lesseig told the Monroe County Sheriffs Office that her brother moved to Florida from Alaska to be closer to his 11-year-old son, who lives in Southwest Florida. Rydberg lived on his boat in the Garrison Bight Marina in Key West. Earlier this month, he sailed to Fort Myers. He called his sister on the morning of May 13 to tell her he was returning to Key West. Lesseig told deputies that her brother seemed calm and relaxed and that he said he would be in Key West by May 14 or 15. But at 4:13 a.m. May 14,Circumstances of why there are mysteriousBy DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comKEY WESTNeugent in front of Congress ThursdayAU.S. Senate committee hearing about the effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on local communities will hear testimony from Monroe Countys mayor Thursday.County Mayor George Neugent represents the 23 counties of the Florida Gulf Consortium at the session titled, Gulf Restoration: A Progress Report Three Years after the Deepwater Horizon Disaster. Neugent serves on the executive committee of the consortium, which is working on a plan to allocate a share of Floridas money generated by Deepwater Horizon pollution fines. Neugents testimony is set for a 10:30 a.m. session of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation in Washington. Hell get five minutes to talk before the panel, which will be chaired by Sen. Bill Nelson.About six witnesses typically are invited to speak at hearings, said a committee staffer.The 2010 spill fouled Gulf of Mexico waters with an estimated 205 million gallonsCounty mayor testifies for BP settlementDEEPWATER HORIZON DISASTERBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comSee Value,3ASee Power,3ASee Neugent,2ASee Sailor,3ABy LARRY KAHNlkahn@keynoter.com

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Graduate numbers declineDeclining graduation rates in the Monroe County School District the past two years are in line with a decline in the number of graduates and the result of demographic shifts, district staff says. Numbers maintained by the state Department of Education peg the 2010-11 countywide high-school graduation rate at 66.4 percent and the 2011-12 rate at 68.6 percent. That equates to 547 graduates in 2012, down 33 from the previous year. The 2013 graduation rate hasnt been calculated yet but Coral Shores, Marathon and Key West high schools plan to hand out even fewer diplomas, 487, next week. Graduation rates in Monroe are slightly below the statewide averages. The reduction in the number of seniors districtwide is an actual result of a smaller senior student cohort at two schools in our district ... Key West High School and Marathon High School, said the districts director of assessment and accountability, Christina McPherson The number of seniors at Coral Shores High School is consistent with the previous year. School Board member John Dick said a declining graduation rate isnt an immediate effect but representative of declining populations, particularly in Key West and Marathon, that happened several years ago. Youre just now seeing that reflected in the graduation numbers, he said. For more on this story, go to www.KeysNet.com .By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Saturday,June 1,2013 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W SAT.8978 SUN.8978 MON.8979 TUES.8879 Forecast: Expect cloudy skies with a chance of showers. Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches every two weeks 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 the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald.Keynoter mail subscriptions:$64.84 in Florida and $60.32 out-of-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 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com 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 BRIEFSHurricane Monument history revealedThe Historical Preservation Society of the Upper Keys President Jerry Wilkinson presents a detailed electronic slide show on June 10 of the Nov. 14, 1937, dedication of the Florida Keys Memorial, known locally as the Hurricane Monument. The program starts at 7 p.m. in the Key Largo librarys community room in the Trade Winds Plaza at mile marker 101.4. The Miami Harvey Seeds American Legion Post No. 29 took the lead and collected $2,000 toward building the monument. The location was provided by the Monroe County Board of Public Instruction in a land swap with Hugh Matheson. WKYZ Florida KeysPirateRadioKeyWest.com 96.7 FM 101.7 FM Keys News on the half-hour Daily (M-F) News Director Don Riggs M or nings 7:30 8:30 9:30 A f t er no ons 4:30 5:30 Kirk of the KeysOverseas Highway at 89th Street Marathon MM 51.5 743-4256Staffed Childrens Sunday School & NurserySunday Services 9 a.m. Contemporary11 a.m. Traditionalwww.kirkofthekeys.com Marathon Church Of God800 74th Street,OceanSunday Worship & Children's Church 10:45AM Sunday Evening Worship 6:00PMWednesday Night Bible Study 6:30PMA Pentecostal Ministry with a Prophetic Voice" For God so loved the world..." and so do we! abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+ CUMBERLIDGE In Loving Memory... Beverly Bernice Cumberlidge 6/12/25 5/21/13 Beverly Bernice Cumberlidge 87, formerly of Marathon, Fl, passed away on May 21, 2013 in Marshalltown, Iowa. Beverlys family will be holding a private memorial service for Beverly at a later date. For further information or to send a condolence please visit www.mitchellfh.com or call (641)844-1234. Beverly Bernice Cumberlidge was born on June 12, 1925 in Newark, New Jersey, the daughter of Moses "Moe" and Miriam (Solowitz) Bauer Beverly was raised and educated in the Newark, New Jersey area graduating from High School in Newark. After high school she went on to college graduating from Penn State University and later received her Masters degree from New York University. Beverly was united in marriage to Thomas R. Cumberlidge on November 13, 1971 in Bay Shore, New York. They lived there until 1979 when visiting the Florida Keys decided this is where they wanted to make a permanent home. Beverly was a Registered Dietitian for close to fifty years and as such worked at Fishermens Hospital in Marathon for many years. More recently she was the "Red Headed Lady" working at the Marathon Library for more than ten years. Beverly had a true passion for her family, attending plays, gardening, cooking, she was an avid reader and enjoyed the beach, swimming, boating and all Florida style activities. Beverly loved her family and friends and will be greatly missed by many. Beverly is survived by her two daughters: Joyce (Kim) Kenner of Marshalltown, Iowa and Mimi Cohane of Chandler, Arizona; grandchildren: Diana (Jason) Smith of Raleigh, North Carolina and Brian (Amber) Kenner of Marshalltown, Iowa; greatgrandchildren: Ethan Kenner and Alexandria Smith; one brother: Arnold (Johanna) Bauer of Roseland New Jersey; two nieces: Nancy (Monty) Hagan of Denville, New Jersey and Lisa Danenberg of Livingston, New Jersey; Beverlys Aunt: Claire Goldberg of New York, City; also several great nieces, nephews and cousins. She is preceded in death by her husband of 40 years Thomas and her parents.JOHNSON Stephen Allen Johnson 61, of Marion, passed away Tuesday May 28, 2013 at the J. F. Keever, Jr. Solace Center in Asheville. A native of Caribou, ME, he was the son of Galen M. Johnson of Big Lake, AK and the late Arlene M Johnson. Mr. Johnson was a member of the Moose Lodge in Marathon, FL, where he formerly resided. Survivors also include 3 brothers, Galen Johnson, Jr. of San Diego, CA, Hjalmer C. Johnson of Edmonds, WA, and James A. Johnson of Wasilla, AK; and sister, Terry L. Johnson of Marion. There will be no services held at this time. Condolences may be made online at: www. ashevillemortuaryservices.com FRENCH Arleen N. French of Key Colony Beach, died May 23, 2013. She was the wife of the late Joseph B. French and is survived by her son Joseph Bard French II, daughter Helen French Graves, five grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Arleen loved gardening, cooking, exercising and serving as a docent at Crane Point Museum. Donations may be made to Guiding Eyes for the Blind, 611 Granite Springs Road, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598.HARRIS Wilfred L. Harris Jr. (Fred) 65, died on Friday, May 24, 2013 in Key Colony Beach, Florida. He was born October 22, 1947 in Charlottesville, VA to late Mary Campbell Harris. He is survived by his father, Wilfred L. Harris Sr. of Culpeper. Fred is also survived by the love of his life Patricia Willis Harris of Key Colony Beach, Florida, his daughter, Jacy Harvey, granddaughter Makayla Harvey of Virginia Beach, Va., brother Keith Harris (Pam), sister Mary Chilton DeJarnette (Spencer), nephews Gillette Harris (Donna), Michael Harris (Susan), and Joseph DeJarnette. Fred is part owner and operated Culpeper Stone Company for over 30 years. He also was a partner in H & T Enterprises, LLC, former manager and current President of Key Colony Beach Club, Inc. in Key Colony Beach, Fla. He was also an avid tennis player and fishermen. A gathering of friends and family will be held at a later date in Culpeper, Va.PRANSCHKE Julia Pranschke, 98, passed away May 25, 2013 in Islamorada, FL. Julia was born in Madrid, Spain on June 16, 1914 and immigrated to Cuba as a young girl. After graduating college, her parents gifted her a trip to the U. S. where she met and married Robert Pranschke. They settled in New York and owned a marina and moved to Islamorada in the 1960s where they started a small trailer park. Julia worked for World Wide Travel for 29 years and was also known as a custom rod builder. She was a founding member of the BPW in Key Largo. She was the campaign manager for County Commissioner Mary Kay Reich. She was the oldest attendee at last years Democrat State Convention. Her zest for life was undeniable. She traveled the world with her friends including the orient, North and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Alaska, Australia, Hawaii and New Zealand. She is the last surviving member of her immediate family and is survived by nieces and nephews in Florida and California and a host of friends from Key West to Key Largo. There will be visitation at the Allen-Beyer Funeral Home at mile marker 101.5 in Key Largo on Thursday, May 30, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Funeral service on Friday, May 31, at the funeral home at 10:00 a.m., followed by interment in Miami. A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, June 16, (which would have been her 99th birthday) at 3:00 p.m., at the home of Bill and Karen Wilkinson at 1111 Calle Ensenada, Marathon. of oil over an 86-day period.Under the RESTORE Act (Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunity and Revived Economies Act for the Gulf states), most of the money from specific Deepwater Horizon funds will go to help the eight Panhandle counties where oil came ashore, damaging the marine environment and tourism economy.Monroe County is among 15 Florida counties along the Gulf coast eligible for lesser funding due to visitor cancellations caused by threats of the oil spill, and misperceptions about its extent.During Deepwater Horizon, we didnt get oil on our beaches but because of the concern, we didnt have people on our beaches either, Billy Causey of the National Marine Sanctuaries program said at a May 17 meeting of Gulf Consortium members in Key Largo.Monroe County could receive anywhere from $5 million to $20 million, depending on the final settlement with BP, the British firm being held primarily responsible for the spill.Aconcern of Consortium members is that rules for using RESTORE Act money have not been finalized by the U.S. Treasury Department, which will administer payments.Neugent gets front, centerFrom Neugent,1A Questions arise overdonation letterAsolicitation letter was mailed this week by the Key Largo Volunteer Fire-Rescue Department seeking monetary donations nearly two months after the department lost the contract to provide fire services to the area. The taxing district that oversees the budgets of Key Largos fire and ambulance services severed its contract with Key Largo Volunteer Fire-Rescue Inc. on March 25 due to disagreements with the long-serving Chief Sergio Garcia. The Ambulance Corps took over leadership of the department and started a new nonprofit corporation called the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department.But Key Largo residents began receiving the letters this week soliciting donations for the Key Largo Volunteer Fire-Rescue Department. The group still exists and is working to regain the contract with the taxing district next year. But until then, the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department is providing fire protection to the area.Jack Bridges, the Ambulance Corpsattorney, calls the letter misleading. They own the name Key Largo Volunteer Fire-Rescue Inc.,so theres nothing anyone can do about them using it, Bridges said. Combined with the name, however, other things in the letter could mislead the public into believing that this company is providing public fire service in Key Largo. Nevertheless, the envelope containing the letter states: It is your donation that supports our volunteer Fire Department. Your contribution pays for the items that help save lives and property! Garcia, who led the original department for 15 years, said he didnt read the letter and the language was drafted before his department lost the contract in March. He said he did not know how the letter was mailed. The department paid Sykesville, Md., company Omni Computer Services $1,800 to send the letters, according to a Fire-Rescue Department source. It is not clear when the money was paid, who authorized it or when Omni was given the order to mail the letters. Russell Yagel, the FireRescue Departments lawyer, said he has no idea how the letter went out. He said Frank Conklin, the president of the corporation, said he also did not know how the letter was mailed. According to Yagel, Conklin said donors who sent money will have their donations either returned or will be asked if they want the money to go to the new department. Conklin could not be reached for comment. We dont want to mislead anyone, Yagel said.By DAVID GOODHUEdgoodhue@keysreporter.comKEY LARGOSchool Board hands over ArcherThe Monroe County School District and city of Key West jointly recognized major milestones for both at a Thursday ceremony at Glynn Archer Elementary School on White Street. For the schools community, the occasion marked the 90th anniversary of the institution, which has served Key West since 1923, first as a high school, then a junior high and finally an elementary, which will close its doors next week. On the city side, members of the City Commission lauded four years of planning and deal-making that resulted in the School District on Thursday formally turning over the keys to the building, which will undergo a major renovation to serve as the next city hall.Mayor Craig Catespush to rehab the 80-year-old school resulted in shelving a nearly 10-year plan to rebuild city hall at 525 Angela St. in the heart of Old Town. That building is falling apart and moldy, and city staff has been working out of rented office space.In his comments Thursday, Cates recalled that when the school opened in 1923, It represents Key Wests success, its pride and its future.Although the last students and teachers are leaving the building and the schools long-storied history comes to an end, it will not be forgotten. Ninety years later, we are here again proud of our successes ... and looking to our future. In February the commission voted 5-2 to hire architectural firm Bender and Associates to design and manage the projected $20 million-plus historic rebuild. Architect Bert Bender has ample experience with restoring historic buildings, including the conversion of the Gato Cigar Factor into Monroe County governments headquarters and a decade-long renovation of the Custom House museum. Bender is still working on his design scheme for Glynn Archer and other preconstruction elements. Theres no timeline for construction. The 300 students in kindergarten through fifth grade that call Glynn Archer home will go to school next year at the new Horace OBryant Middle School campus in the aptly named Glynn Archer building.Glynn Archer was built over the summer of 1923 and opened as Monroe County High School. In 1927 it became Key West High School and then became Memorial Junior High School when Key West High moved to Flagler Avenue in 1956.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comKEY WEST Keynoter photo by SEAN KINNEYIn a ceremony to mark both the 90th anniversary of Glynn Archer Elementary School and transition of the buildings ownership from the Monroe County School District to the city of Key West,School Board Chairman Andy Griffiths (left) hands off a ceremonial building key to Mayor Craig Cates.MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS CLASSIFIED ADS 743-5551

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up 28 percent from Bay Point to Big Pine ($345,000) and 21 percent ($508,000) from Key West to Shark Key. The Middle and Upper Keys were down 7 percent and 3 percent respectively ($354,000 and $381,000). As of March 31, there were 827 pending home sales countywide, an increase of 26 percent. That coincides with a shrinking inventory of homes for sale in all areas of the Keys, with 2,981 on the market at the end of the first quarter. During the first quarter, the average listing price increased 8 percent in the Middle Keys and 5 percent in the Upper Keys. It dropped from Key West to Shark Key (down 3 percent) and Bay Point to Big Pine (down 6 percent) compared to list prices one year earlier. What all this means for taxing agencies is more potential money available through property taxes everywhere but in Layton, which had the Keysonly decrease in the value of its taxable property, down 5.05 percent to $45,777,114. While the overall value of taxable property for Monroe County government is $19.08 billion, its $20.36 billion for the School District. Thats because a 10 percent cap on an increase in annual property assessments doesnt apply to school districts, according to the Property Appraisers Office. The 2013 tax roll will be certified July 1, after people have a chance to challenge assessments before the Value Adjustment Board.Values increase slightlyFrom Value,1A Saturday,June 1,2013 3A Keynoter KeysNet.com Island Breeze Realty is pleased that Laura Hutt has joined our team. Laura has over 33 years of Real Estate Experience. She was named Realtor of the year in 2006 and served as President of the Marathon & Lower Keys Association of Realtors in 2007, she is very involved in the community and we are proud to welcome her to our team!305-743-8328www.IslandBreezeRealty.com Laura Hutt, RSPS AHWD, e-PRO, REALTOR 305-432-0320 Laura@LauraHutt.com 12220 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050Buying or Selling in Paradise? Island Breeze Realty Specializes in Waterfront PropertiesWe find solutions & make SOLD happen! cial electricity. To Brad, its all about the air conditioning, while Beth said shell appreciate not having to worry about generators, batteries and all that goes along with maintaining off-the-grid solar systems.Once they realized precious cold air was being wasted, the Vickreys marched around the house shutting doors and windows that hadnt moved very often the past seven years or so. Until Wednesday, the couple used only a small air conditioner in their bedroom, so they could sleep comfortably.The air [conditioning] is nice, but it is so quiet. We usually run one window unit at night and theyre noisy and we have to run a generator to run the window unit, so now its quiet. The noise level has gone from headache to nothing, Ramsay-Vickrey said.She said she realized how consuming off-the-grid life is Thursday morning, when by habit she glanced at a gauge in their kitchen indicating how much charge remained in their generator batteries outside. It showed no charge, which caused a moment of panic.I said, Oh, wait, I have electricity.It was so weird. You spend so much time just checking everything and you cant do too many things at the same time, she said.The batteries will soon be gone and recycled, while the generator and the wall unit are headed for storage.Meanwhile, No Name residents continue to pull permits to connect the grid. Brown pulled her permit Wednesday No Name Key has 43 homeowners.Batteries heading off propertyFrom Power,1Athe Coast Guard detected his Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, known as an EPIRB, and initiated a search. The EPIRB was found 33 miles north of Key West but they found no signs of Rydberg or his vessel.The Coast Guard suspended its search for Rydberg after four days, Rios said. At the time the beacon went off, the wind was blowing 20 knots and there were 3-foot seas. There were no reported storms in the area, according to the Coast Guard.Lesseig told deputies Rydberg had manual labor jobs but she is not sure for whom he worked. One of his Key West neighbors, Tony Webb, said Rydberg taught Sunday school but was not sure for which church. It was not clear at press time whether the Cuban government returned Rydbergs body back to his family.Mystery: How he hit CubaFrom Sailor,1A With powerin, sewers next?Longtime No Name Key resident Alicia Putney was spot on when she predicted that bringing commercial electricity to the island is not the end of battles.Fewer than 24 hours after the first house was connected to the Keys Energy Services grid Wednesday afternoon, No Name residents Beth RamsayVickrey and Kathy Brown paid a visit to Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority Executive Director Kirk Zuelch. The Aqueduct Authority is Monroe Countys partner in building the Cudjoe Regional wastewater system, the boundaries of which No Name Key falls in. It was once listed as a hot spot to receive sewers but has since been removed from the countys plan.It was just a very pleasant conversation. Of course, they have to revisit putting No Name Key in the central sewer plan. Now that we provided the power, they have the ability to provide central sewers, Ramsay-Vickrey, whose house was the one connected Wednesday, said. Kansas-based engineering firm Layne Heavy Civil was awarded the Cudjoe Regional design-build contract, and Zuelch said theyd been exploring the possibility of on-site cluster systems powered by solar on No Name until now. I said, With the power going out there, our engineers would look at that with the county.Sewers will just be a matter of what design will work out there, he said.Zuelch said the design for the Big Pine Key area is still a work in progress. Layne is set to begin construction in the Lower Sugarloaf Key area, but he doesnt anticipate work on Big Pine to begin until late 2014 or 2015.County Wastewater Director Kevin Wilson said the first step, if the 43 No Name homeowners were to pursue sewers, would be the Aqueduct Authority determining the cost. The county is responsible for issuing permits to connect to sewers and the island is now considered a cold spot. Ive never looked at it because it was never an issue with power not available. Well have that [conversation] in the near future about whether the presence of power changes the situation and whether it was economical, Wilson said.For No Name resident Bob Reynolds, bringing sewers to the 1,000-acre island has always been a higher priority than the much-more publicized commercial electricity spat. Roadblocks to electricity No Name homes got power from solar and generators were all but eliminated when he successfully appealed to the state Public Service Commission last month.For eight years Ive pursued a central connection for the island. In those eight years, No Name Key has been in and out of the sewer plan like a beach volleyball, Reynolds said.By RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comNO NAME KEY40 years for attack on 3-year-old girlAKey West man convicted of attempted murder of a 3-year-old girl in a 2008 attack on Thursday was sentenced to 40 years in prison. Christopher Farrell, who turned 50 in the Monroe County Detention Center on Stock Island May 22, was arrested Oct. 1, 2010, on charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault and aggravated battery.He attacked Sonia Romero and her then 3-year-old daughter with a 10.5inch tree saw near William and Southard streets.Old Town resident David Lybrand was passing by, saw the attack and fought Farrell off. Police quickly arrested Farrell and Lybrand went on to receive the Key West Police Departments Good Samaritan Award.Asix-person jury on Thursday spent less than half an hour deliberating before finding Farrell guilty of all charges. County Judge Wayne Miller subsequently handed down a total sentence of 40 years, 30 for the attempted murder and 10 for the other two felonies. Assistant State Attorney Colleen Dunne prosecuted while Farrell opted to represent himself. Lybrand testified during the two-day trial. According to police, Farrell attacked the mother and daughter who was wearing her St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic School uniform at the time without warning or provocation. He grabbed the child and pushed her to the ground, then held the tree saw to her face and threatened to cut her head off. She sustained cuts on her cheek, neck and ear from the teeth of the blade, according to reports.Records maintained by the Monroe County Sheriffs Office indicate Farrell was arrested previously in 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2005 on a variety of charges, including aggravated stalking, probation violation, making false calls to 911 and resisting arrest.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.comCRIME FRONT FARRELLGladdingcrew lands suspectsAmonth-long mission to protect the mutton-snapper fishery found violations that resulted in 15 misdemeanor conservation charges, says a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission report released this week. Operation For Future Generations dispatched FWC officers on the longrange patrol boat Peter Gladding as far as the Dry Tortugas, and other FWC vessels to known spawning grounds including Rileys Hump in the Lower Keys. Patrols from April 27 through May 27 did successfully increase FWC enforcement efforts focusing on mutton snappers during their most vulnerable times, says an agency account. It was accomplished through rough weather with long hours, days away from families, and mostly through the officersdedication.About a dozen officers were involved. FWC Officers Martin Messier, Glen Way, Raul Pena-Lopez and Lt. Josh Peters crewed the Peter Gladding on most of its multi-day trips.Violations reported by officers during inspections to ensure the 10-fish daily limit on mutton snapper include:The operator of a 50-foot sportfishing boat was given a notice to appear in court after bags of mutton snapper fillets were found during an inspection. He was cited for not preserving reef fish in whole condition as required.Acache of concealed conch meat, snapper fillets and over-the-limit yellowtail were found hidden aboard a 28-foot open fisherman stopped on the way back from the Tortugas. People aboard were charged after they told officers that a legal batch of fish was in a cooler was the extent of their catch.LAW ENFORCEMENTBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com Come visit our online photo galleries at www.KeysNet.com/Photos

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Opinion & EditorialSaturday,June 1,2013 Florida Keys Keynoter 4A 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 Richard Tamborrino . . .Advertising/New Bus.Dev.Dir. Kathie Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . . . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2013 Keynoter Publishing Co. CELEBRATING OUR PAST This is Susan Folkers 1920 application for a Confederate Army pension based on the death of her husband William, who died of typhoid fever on Nov.18, 1864,two years after entering the army.He served in the 22nd Battalion in Savannah,Ga.Susan Folker lived in Key West and,according to the state Division of Library and Information Services,Confederate pensions were awarded to residents of Florida regardless of the state in which their service was rendered. EDITORIALInsurance lobby keeps on winningLETTERS TO THE EDITOROpen channel for safetyFor many years I have traveled through the Wheel Ditch just bayside of Robbies Marina on the north end of Upper Matecumbe Key. I realized each time going thru that it would be only a matter of time before someone was killed there.The Wheel Ditch is a shallow, narrow creek through the mangroves bayside of Robbies Marina. The entrances to it are extremely shallow and require boats to be on plane or to slow down and trim up the motor in order to get into or out of the creek. In the center of the creek, there is a blind bend. I always sounded my horn to alert oncoming boats. Many times, a boat larger than 22 feet (which had no business being in there) forced me to move all the way over to the right, clipping branches when doing so. Perhaps swerving to avoid a collision is what caused Brent Johnson to lose his life there.The creek is a lovely but dangerous place for kayaking. If boats on plane slowed down for kayakers, they would be unable to get up onto plane again without stirring up bottom sediments and possibly hitting a submerged log. They would have to continue painfully slow the rest of the way. The recent death of Brent Johnson, a backcountry guide, demonstrates the danger. But there is a possible solution that would prevent future accidents. Many years ago, there was a very shallow channel to the bayside of the wheel ditch that had nothing but flats on either side of it. Visibility was unobstructed on all sides. This cut was used by shallow-draft backcountry boats. In the late 1990s, this cut was filled in by park rangers who erected bird stakes. This action forced all boats to either travel miles to the Intracoastal Waterway or to use the Wheel Ditch. Most boaters chose using the Wheel Ditch to avoid consuming fuel and time by the lengthy detour. Lets look into reopening the former natural channel bayside of the Wheel Ditch. This would greatly reduce use of the Wheel Ditch and exposure of boaters to accidents. Anne Baxter IslamoradaDespite accountability gains, consumers continue to pay the price of arroganceToday marks the official start of the six-month hurricane season. How appropriate that some of the biggest winds emanate from Tallahassee.Just this week, Gov. Rick Scott signed into law legislation that appoints an inspector general to oversee Citizens Property Insurance Corp. Unlike previous tissuethin efforts at watchdogs, this inspector will report directly to the Florida Cabinet, not to Citizensmanagement.Consumers remember last years outcry when internal auditors at the state-backed insurer were fired after blowing the whistle on excessive travel expenses, lavish spending, alleged misappropriation of funds, lucrative severance packages and other inappropriate behavior by a handful of supervisors between 2004 and 2010. This legislation will bring much needed reforms to better protect the taxpayers who support Citizens Property Insurance, Scott said. Also this week, the state handed down a $1.26 million fine against Universal Property and Casualty Insurance Co., a Fort Lauderdale firm that is Floridas second-largest property insurer (after Citizens). The fine came after a two-year investigation into repeated violations in claims handling, rate filings, irregularities in financial transactions and underwriting. For a company that holds $765 million in annual premium business in Florida, the fine is a token slap on the wrist. Thats the problem with the way Florida treats the insurance industry. Enforcement is weak and at virtually every turn, industry lobbyists are able to stall, stymie or even write legislation that favors the industry at the expense of consumers. Agood example came during this years legislative session when the Florida Senate tried, unsuccessfully, to push through a $12-per-vehicle break on Floridas annual vehicle registration fees. To pay for it, the Senate wanted to end a decades-old tax credit that gives insurance companies a 15 percent break on payroll taxes for non-licensed workers they employ in Florida. The industry objected strongly and claimed that eliminating the credit would increase payroll costs and that expense would then be passed on to consumers in higher rates. Even though the Senate voted 39-0 to give the break to auto owners at the expense of the insurance industry, the House refused to consider the measure and it died. That $12-per-car reduction may not sound like much, but consider this: That represented a 55 percent cut in higher vehicle registration fees that went into effect in 2009, and next year could have saved Florida motorists an estimated $224 million.Instead, the insurance industry gets to keep the $224 million thank you very much, Florida House members. Senate President Don Gaetz on Thursday said he hopes to resurrect the issue next year. Our forecast: The insurance industry will whip up its wind machine again and Florida consumers get to further subsidize their profits whether its hurricane season or not. Leferes a true leaderAmid the morass of media negativity, an invigorating current ran through the recent Military Affairs Committee meeting at the Fly Navy building on Trumbo Point in Key West.Agathering of accomplished individuals convened to recognize a cadre of military professionals for their distinguished service. It was a potent antidote to the chronic cynicism and disingenuous rhetoric proliferating the airways.Within this room of polished, proficient and savvy professionals lies the answer to many problems that we face as a nation and society. Those assembled arent theoreticians. Theyre not shielded from the consequences of their behavior by committee talk, board discussions or nepotism. Administrative failure and miscalculations are not tolerated, as individuals will die behind their errors. The esprit de corps resonating within the room was palpable, as the commanders of their respective units acknowledged the authentic and exemplary performance of a select group of men and women. As this meeting drew to a close, Sheriff Rick Ramsays longstanding diligence and determination to make certain that our wounded warriors have a safe and successful bicycle ride was recognized by Naval Air Station Key West Cmdr. Patrick Lefere. The energy and enthusiasm that Sheriff Ramsay and his deputies have generated to ensure that these riders are exposed to the full medical and psychological benefits that this event is designed to deliver is legend. The brilliant operation developed and managed by the Sheriffs Office has guided hundreds of severely injured men and women on their rides from Key Largo to Key West. Capt. Leferes team incorporated and organized all of the details necessary to make this award presentation a reality. His love of country and community is reflected in the pivotal responsibilities that our nation has placed upon his shoulders. Its reassuring to know that the United States of America has determined that our survival as a nation and our fate as a people rests in the hands of a gifted leader the caliber of Capt. Patrick Lefere. John Donnelly Key LargoOceans for everyoneRe: the letter to the editor about the Marathon sandbar being violated by the Sea King party boat: I didnt realize the letter writer owned the ocean. We are keeping intoxicated boaters (mostly local) off the water. We are the cab. We have local cab companies waiting at the dock for our guests. Everyone benefits. We have a very large holding tank for gray and black water. Does the letter writer? Im not entitled to free trade? Sorry the letter writer is so miserable. Life is to be enjoyed. Its short. Think about it. Would the letter writer like a free pass? Bill Hauck Marathon Crane Point protection?Marathon City Councilman Dick Ramsay wants the city to hedge its $727,000 bet on Crane Point Museum & Nature Center. After agreeing to apply for a state Community Development Block Grant on behalf of the nonprofit, the council on May 14 approved Crane Points application for a passive-recreation conditional-use permit to build a 2,900-foot zip-line course. The application was up for a second reading typically a formality on Tuesday, but Ramsay pulled it from the consent agenda to suggest adding a caveat to the grant language.Should it become necessary or desirable on the part of the board of the Florida Keys Land and Sea Trust to liquidate any or all of the Crane Point property, the city of Marathon [would be] granted first right of refusal to purchase so that well always have the ability to make sure this property is forever going to be dedicated to environmental purposes, he said.Ramsay said he believes Crane Point is important to the citys goal to be an ecotourism destination. The council approved Ramsays motion to add the language, 4-1, with Councilman Rich Keating dissenting. Crane Point board President Jeff Smith and board member Norval Smith did not return calls for comment by press time Friday.Financial viability is one of many concerns that opponents of the zip line have raised since Crane Point announced its intention to build the course. Those against it contend the city is putting itself at risk by securing state money for the project.The state loan is based on the zip line creating 21 jobs for at least one year. The city would be obligated to pay back $35,000 for each job not created, though Crane Point has pledged to cover the first four if necessary. Smith has said that in its first year, the zip line could generate $1 million for Crane Point but hasnt said how that number was arrived at, for example, the expected number of visitors and the expected entrance fee. The proposed zip line would start at the museum building close to U.S. 1 and end at the Crane house on Florida Bay. It would have nine towers, five groundlevel landing spots and two sky bridges, mostly over water. All but two or three of the towers would be 37 feet high, the rest 46.25 feet.If zip line fails,city gets buy opportunityBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHONFinal taxi law OKdThe city of Marathon is officially keeping an eye on the taxi industry. Regulations initially approved on May 14 were unanimously approved at second reading on Tuesday before the Marathon City Council. The council agreed to reduce a proposed $500 initial registration to $300 and a $250 annual renewal fee to $100 twice a year. The council had also agreed to reduce a $50 fee per vehicle and driver, after the first driver, to $5 after Haws told the council how much drivers and vehicles are constantly changing. But the council left the $50 fee in place Tuesday after Councilwoman Ginger Snead pointed out it would cost the city up to $50 to process each new driver and vehicle. By the time we give them a card and do their background and all the things were doing, it costs about $50, Snead said. We just wanted it to be able to pay for itself; we need to leave everything pretty much as it is. Were at a bare bones of cost right now.City Manager Roger Hernstadt added that the city would be a certificate holder on the cab companies insurance policies, as requested by Mayor Mike Cinque.The insurance companies are bound by law, then, to notify us within 30 days of a lapse in insurance or change in insurance, Cinque said.Cab companies have a history of coming and going in Marathon. There are at least five now operating in the city: Island Taxi, On Time Taxi, Bob Gnarley, Keyhopper and Taxi in the Tropics.In other business Tuesday: l The council approved a request by St. Columba Episcopal Church to sell beer and wine, and allow a demonstration of border collies herding sheep, as part of a planned Florida Keys Celtic Festival Jan. 10 and 11. It would feature live musical acts and traditional Celtic festival games. l The council briefly discussed plans to install a fence in city-owned right away along 15th Street. Sheriff Rick Ramsay said in February that hed like it there to separate a portion of the Marathon mobile-home park Trailerama from the road. It would not block access to the park. Were going to meet with the sheriff and see if we can figure out a way to collaborate on a fence on 15th Street with the appropriate feel for the community, Hernstadt said.$50 driver and auto fee still in placeBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON

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Saturday,June 1,2013 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com JUNE Tax TalkFactsTag TalkFROMTHE TAX COLLECTOR First Installment Tax Notices for 2013 were mailed out. If the first installment is not paid by July 31, 2013 you will be removed from the plan. Delinquent Tangible taxes for 2012 must be paid by June 28, 2013 or a warrant is issued in July. Local Business Tax renewals will be mailed out at the end of June for the coming year. As of May 22, 2013 the Key West Driver License Office began issuances of Birth Certificates. Section 319.22 (2) (b), Florida Statutes, requires an owner or co-owner who has transferred or sold a motor vehicle and has delivered the motor vehicle to a purchaser, to notify the department within 30 days after the sale or transfer using the form prescribed by the department. Notice by such owner or co-owner shall satisfy the notice requirement for limitation of liability. 11050 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL33050 Amy PutoREALTOR Cell 305-766-1745Toll Free 800-366-5181 ext. 6525amyputo@ g mail.comwww.AmyPuto.com 11600 1 s t Avenue, Unit 64 Marathon 1500 Over s ea s Hwy. Unit 201Marathon Call me if you want to buy or s ell! You deserve a Realtor who g ives you valuable information weekly, responds to your needs promptly and g ets the job done! I just sold my 14th unit at Indi g o Reef! Thanks Gre g and Joy! I just sold this unit at Casa Cayo Thanks Jeff and Leslie! MARKETPLACE Recent Real Estate SalesSALES vs. LAST YEAR: 128 percent Based on information from the Florida Keys Board of REALTORS, Inc. (alternatively, from the Florida Keys MLS, Inc.) for the period May 19 May 25, 2013. Key PricePriceDays Listing Office, Selling Office, AddressListedSoldListedListing AgentSelling Agent Big Coppitt Key 16 Diamond Dr.$374,900$360,000619Truman & Co/Wendy ZintsmasterPru. Knight & Gardner/Benton Langley 11 Luna Ln.$449,000$449,00077Keys Commercial R.E./Gary SmithSBX Commercial R.E./Norman Wood 300 3rd St.$150,000$160,000153Century 21 All Keys/Rose SanchezSouthernmost Rlty./Mila de MierBig Pine Key 31041 Avenue I$84,900$77,000363Keller Williams Rlty./John NazzaroColdwell Banker Schmitt/Lisa Ferringo 30989 Baileys Ln.$495,000$485,000159Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Karen HaackAction Keys Rlty. Fl. Keys/Christine Rudy 235 Cahill Ct.$329,900$329,900119Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Kathleen GomezColdwell Banker Schmitt/Patti NicklessCudjoe Key 701 Spanish Main Dr. (*)$85,000$75,000466Waterfront Keys Rlty./Trish BrummerWaterfront Keys Rlty./Trish Brummer 1243 Rogers Ln.$875,000$745,000189Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Beata, Jim SharpeColdwell Banker Schmitt/Beata, Sharpe 0 Colson Dr. (*)$95,000$80,00074Richard Padron and Assoc./Michael SpirnakColdwell Banker Schmitt/Kathleen Gomez 1243 Rogers Ln.$875,000$745,000189Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Beata, Jim SharpeColdwell Banker Schmitt/Beata, Sharpe 701 Spanish Main Dr.$99,000$70,00050Exit Realty Fl. Keys/Barbara HarrisonDolberry Rlty./Cindi Dolberry 701 Spanish Main Dr.$175,000$145,00030Waterfront Keys Rlty./Trish BrummerWaterfront Keys Rlty./Trish BrummerGrassy Key 57723 Morton St.$3,200,000$2,550,000206American Caribbean R.E./Ginger HendersonAmer. Caribbean R.E./Ginger HendersonKey Colony Beach 1121 Ocean Dr.$145,000$110,000162Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Samuel WilliamsGail's Island Rlty./Gail BorysiewiczKey Largo 1530 Ocean Bay Dr.$279,000$268,000657Century 21 Schwartz/Carol ChabinakCentury 21 Schwartz/Linda Perloff 1504 Aqueduct Ln.$299,000$265,000553Barbara Eads Rlty./Barbara EadsTropical Rlty. of the Fl. Keys/Jane Wasmund 122 Long Key Rd.$275,000$245,000491Century 21 Schwartz/Stephen SingerCentury 21 Schwartz/S. Livoti, M. Pace 40 Gordon Cir.$289,000$283,500484Century 21 Schwartz/Robert ValenzuelaMarr Properties/Terry Canto 507 Caribbean Dr.$1,560,000$1,380,200490Island Equity R.E./H. Hight, P. RiveiroIsland Equity R.E./Pedro Riveiro 203 Buttonwood Ave.$395,000$360,000391Barbara Eads Rlty./Barbara EadsCentury 21 Schwartz/S. Livoti, M. Pace 136 Gumbo Limbo Dr.$225,000$223,000340Marr Properties/Susan HollerCentury 21 Schwartz/Martha Noval 55 Bahama Ave. (*)$85,000$64,000303Realty World Freewheeler/Lisa FrinsMarr Properties/Terry Canto 57 Bahama Ave. (*)$85,000$64,000303Realty World Freewheeler/Lisa FrinsMarr Properties/Terry Canto 98462 Windward Ave.$136,500$136,500209Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Jennifer ThomsonShoreline Properties/Natalia Boblitt 308 Vaca Rd.$299,900$292,000211Realty World Freewheeler/Claudette MellRlty. World Freewheeler/Claudette Mell 17 Meridian Ave.$298,000$290,000137Century 21 Schwartz/Carol ChabinakCentury 21 Schwartz/Robert Valenzuela 325 Calusa St.$80,000$70,000118Keys Country Realty & Dev./Carol KellerKeys Country Rlty. & Dev./Carol Keller 320 Avenue B$275,000$255,000115Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Maryann WarrenCentury 21 Schwartz/Loretta Lawrence 209 Buttonwood Ave.$229,500$209,000107Barbara Eads Rlty./Barbara EadsCentury 21 Schwartz/Sal Livoti 112 Ocean Bay Dr.$269,000$250,00080Marr Properties/Terry CantoKeys Country Realty & Dev/Ellie Donofrio 307 Lime St.$349,000$330,00072Island Equity R.E./Holly HightCentury 21 Schwartz/Robert Valenzuela 97501 Overseas Hwy.$379,000$352,00061Keys Country Rlty. & Dev./Jeanette SilvestriRlty. World Freewheeler/Claudette Mell 201 Pimlico Ln.$290,000$260,00062American Caribbean R.E./L. Miller, B. BelianAmerican Caribbean R.E./Lorie MillerKey West 2008 Patterson Ave.$285,000$265,000421Prudential Knight & Gardner/Walter LeePrud. Knight & Gardner/Louis Condos 728 Love Ln.$1,500,000$1,500,000415Sellstate Island Prop./Maya ThomasPreferred Properties/Gary Thomas 1209 Margaret St.$249,900$259,000388Key West R.E./Elaine ChinnisColdwell Banker Schmitt/Lisa Ferringo 1110 Fleming St.$277,000$250,000305Beach Club Brokers/Dawn ThornburghTruman & Co./Terri Spottswood 31 Evergreen Ave. (*)$289,000$260,000292ICAMCO R.E./Peter BattyBascom Grooms R.E./Bascom Grooms 1025 Whitehead St.$385,000$373,000195RE/MAX Marathon Vac. R.E./James HoganCompass Rlty./Megan Behmke 1704 South St.$425,000$400,000110Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Karen CarterKey West Properties/Mike Sullivan 1119 Johnson St.$1,450,000$1,300,000106Truman & Co./Roger EmmonsPreferred Properties/Corinne Held 1609 Sunshine Dr.$649,900$645,000101Schwartz Property Sales/J. Lane, G. BinkleyShoreline Properties'/Sue Mooney 1901 Roosevelt Blvd.$389,000$375,00085Realty Exec. Fl. Keys/Karen TaporowskiEngel & Voelkers /Monika Sundstrom 1703 Laird St. (*)$299,000$299,00071Engel & Voelkers Fl. Keys/Monika SundstromEngel & Voelkers /Monika Sundstrom 517 Elizabeth St.$1,999,000$1,925,00060Prud. Knight & Gardner./Brenda DonnellyTruman & Co./William Brown 512 Emma St.$1,699,000$1,600,00050Bascom Grooms R.E./Bascom GroomsCompass Rlty./Michele Grahl 102 Southard St.$439,000$415,00042Compass Rlty./Megan BehmkeMarquis Properties Rlty./Rudy Molinet 3625 Seaside Dr.$299,000$300,00020Key West R.E. Sales/R. Holtkamp, E. ChinnisKey West R.E. Sales/Roger Hottkamp 221 Duval St. (1)$25,000$1,062,3420Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Curtis SkompNon-Member OfficeLittle Torch Key 428 Blackbeard Rd.$389,000$369,000527Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Banks PrevattColdwell Banker Schmitt/Dave Wiley 539 Powell Ave.$389,000$379,000219American Caribbean R.E./Sandra TuttleShoreline Properties/Natalia BoblittLong Key 65700 Overseas Hwy.$299,000$257,500208Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Elaine ZimmermanColdwell Banker Schmitt/Marsha MartinLower Matecumbe Key 76041 Overseas Hwy.$4,950,000$4,400,0001694Ocean Sotheby's Internt'l Rlty./Patti StanleyOcean Sotheby's Intl. Rlty./Patti Stanl ey 120 Cortez Dr.$280,000$248,0001104American Caribbean R.E./L Miller, B. BelianAmer. Caribbean R.E./L. Miller, B. Belian 0 Iroquois Dr. (*)$90,000$87,500669Realty World Freewheeler/Claudette MellRlty World Freewheeler/Claudette Mell 105 Madeira Ct.$729,000$665,000111Century 21 Schwartz/Keith AllenCentury 21 Schwartz/Keith AllenMarathon 205 96th St., ocean$275,000$254,400470Exit Realty Fl. Keys/Ben DanielsAmerican Caribbean R.E./Karen Cooper 317 95th St.$178,400$126,400343RE/MAX Mthn Vac./B. Symonds, J. Ann CookRE/MAX Mthn Vac. R.E./Lisa Ford 1733 Overseas Hwy. (1)$1,250,000$750,000170Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Curtis SkompMarathon Key R.E./Agent unknown 211 David Ln.$599,000$575,000144CB Schmitt/Fredy, Carmen CarricaburuCoco Plum R.E./Shannon Butler 1500 Overseas Hwy.$429,000$401,00095American Caribbean R.E./Stacie KidwellColdwell Banker Schmitt/Amy Puto 11600 First Ave.$650,000$610,0000Coldwell Banker Schmitt/Amy PutoColdwell Banker Schmitt/Amy PutoOther 14879 176 St.$164,000$164,000194Coast to Coast R.E. Group/Mary PecorinoOutside of MLSPlantation Key 87851 Old Hwy.$629,900$550,0001627C 21 Schwartz/Eric JohnsonC 21 Schwartz/R. Selden, A. Pridgen 149 Palermo Dr.$459,000$435,000556Coldwell Banker Schmitt/J. Keller, C. PorterMoorings Rlty./S Wampler, S Ewald 87429 Old Hwy.$1,995,000$1,455,0001028Century 21 Schwartz/Carol ChabinakOutside of MLS 298 Woods Ave.$599,000$559,0001989Realty World Freewheeler/Lisa FrinsRealty World Freewheeler/Lisa Frins 164 Bessie Rd.$649,000$625,00049Atlantic R.E. Opp./L Tanberg, C TanbergMarr Properties/Terry CantoRamrod Key 27065 Dolphin Rd.$182,500$125,000110Dolberry Rlty./Deirdre PraughtColdwell Banker Schmitt/Abby OglesbeeWindley Key 139 Anglers Way$695,000$650,000188Ocean Sotheby's Internt'l. Rlty./Kim ThalerShoreline Properties/Jaclyn Kelley(*) Vacant lot(1) Commercial property Business Marathon has new garden spotMarathon hotelier Sheila Lawyer is back in the bar and restaurant business 12 years after she sold the Old Customs House Inn and Restaurant and Smallest Bar on Duval Street in Key West in 2001.Lawyer, who owns the Tropical Cottages on 61st Street, opened Lulus Garden Grille Thursday morning along with her mother, Jean Bitney, and brother Eric Bitney.The restaurant will be open seven days a week from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. and serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lawyer said shes excited to be back in the business. The right opportunity and the right property came along, Lawyer said. The property is beautiful.Lulus is at the site of the old Leigh Annes Coffee House and TLC Nursery at 75th Street and U.S. 1. An addition was constructed to the main building and seating extends out into where the nursery.Lawyer said the restaurant seats 150 people and features indoor, air-conditioned dining as well as outdoor tables on the restaurants front porch and a unique round tiki bar out in the garden. Theres even an elevator to porch seating on the second floor.Lawyer said Lulus would serve traditional American cuisine with signature items including a brisket burger and cranberry walnut salad.We have a focus on fresh items, she said. We dont have much frozen food at all.Lawyer said its no accident the restaurant opened shortly after the winter tourist season ended. She said it would allow the family to ease into the business and train staff members.We were kind of waiting for the season to pass. We havent done very much advertising because we wanted to do a soft opening and provide excellent service, she said.Breakfast will be served each day until 11 a.m. and the lunch/dinner menu is available the rest of the day. For more information, call 289-2220.LuLus Grille opens its doorsBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHONKeynoter photo by LARRY KAHNReady to greet customers at Lulus Garden Grille tiki bar are (from left) Lauren Lawyer, Sheila Lawyer,Jean Bitney,Eric Bitney and General Manager Gary Hanner.Isla n de r Ha r vey pa r t n e rThe 139-unit Islander Resort in Islamorada is being converted to a Guy Harvey Outpost Resort, the company reported this week. As part of the new affiliation, a portion of the resorts recently completed conference center will become the Florida Keys Discovery Center and Theater, dedicated to showcasing the history and environmental conservation efforts of the Florida Keys. Work on the Discovery Center and renovations to the resort will begin immediately, according to resort owner David Curry, president of Hobbs & Curry. In the Discovery Center, we want to bring history and marine science to life, so we are designing some truly state-of-the-art exhibits that will engage both guests and visitors, Curry said. Throughout the resort, we are going to introduce a decor inspired by the color and light of the Florida Keys as interpreted by Guy himself and other local artists. Its a grand slam for the Guy Harvey Outpost brand, said Mark Ellert, co-founder and president of Guy Harvey Outpost. Under the terms of the conversion to a Guy Harvey Outpost Resort, ownership and management of the Islander wont change. Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts is based in Fort Lauderdale. The company has properties in the Bahamas and St. Pete beach. The company was founded in 2007 by Mark Ellert and is co-owned by marine artist Harvey, Bill Shedd and Charles Forman.ISLAMORADA This is the pool deck at the Islander Resorts oceanside property at mile marker 82. The complete Florida Keys news and information source.

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM SATURDAY,JUNE 1,2013 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 7B Word games Its the weekend.Relax and challenge your mind.Crossword puzzle, 2B For the love of art An Upper Keys couples love of art knows no bounds,and for that,the Miami Art Museum is grateful.Story, 2B B Sports & Outdoors CommunityLifestyle Arts & Entertainment Prom styles, then and nowFor most high-school students, prom is a rite of passage into young adulthood and an occasion to remember for life. Regardless of how you felt about your prom, most of us took part in this ritual.Whether you went with a group, a date or didnt go at all, prom is a milestone we each experienced in some way, shape or form. Although dances and prom-like events have been going on for centuries, it wasnt until the economic boom of the 1950s that the prom-dress industry exploded. This was when girls started planning special shopping trips with their mothers and friends in search of the dress an experience that still takes place today. The shopping, primping and planning is as important as the actual event and is part of this defining moment in students high-school years. Prom is a moment most of us can recall. Do you remember what you wore? What about with whom you went? When you think back on proms through the decades, you likely think of the attire. Each generation has developed its own dress code.In the 1950s, Grace Kellys black and white floorlength gown from Rear Window had a huge influence on dress styles. Dresses in that era had a fitted bodice with gathered voluminous full-circle tulle skirts.The 1960s had Jackie Kennedy, who made ladylike chic look effortless. The pillbox hat and simple shift dresses were popular in pastel colors with small bows as accents. The 1970s had Farrah Fawcet, who created the first celebrity hairstyle with her famous feathered hair.John Travolta also had a role. The s were greatly influenced by disco music and known for bell-bottomed pants, ruffled tuxedo shirts and crazy tuxedo colors such as the orange and baby blue ones worn in Dumb and Dumber. Many of the dresses from that time had empire waists with tighter-fitting tops and looser bottoms. Gold lame, velvet and lace were also a big trend in formal wear for women.The 1980s prom style had big sleeves, oversized shoulder pads, big hair and lots of ruffles oh, the tragedy that was fashion in the 1980s. Madonna was the style icon of the time, making fingerless gloves a popular prom accessory.Princess Diana was the style icon of the 1990s. Dress styles during that decade were often short, body-hug-Different looks for the annual rite of passageCONCH STYLE This is this years prom court from Coral Shores High School in Tavernier.Check out the styles.Leah Maki ConchStyle Christ of Abyssfather returnsIt was a reunion 51 years in the making. When Korean War veteran Gabe Spataro was relearning how to scuba dive, he told his instructors a riveting tale about his wheeler-dealer role in an effort half a century ago to bring the nowfamous Christ of the Abyss underwater statue to the United States from Italy.Spataro, 80 and legally blind from macular degeneration, described his wine-tasting trip to Europe, his fathers connection with an Italian steamship line, his coordination of the Underwater Society of Americas third national convention and his dilemma: How to get the 1,100-pound bronze statue of Jesus up one floor to the grand ballroom of the Palmer House in Chicago without paying the house union to do the work.It was a wacky story, said Jim Elliott, president and founder of the Chicago-based nonprofit group Diveheart, which teaches children, adults and veterans with disabilities how to dive.So wacky, Elliott said, that he didnt believe it until Spataro produced 1962 photographs of himself as a young man standing next to the Christ statue. In some, he was dressed in a trench coat while the statue was in a crate on Chicagos Navy pier. In others, he was sporting aSpataro dives the underwater Key Largo spotBy CAMMY CLARKcclark@MiamiHerald.comKEY LARGO Photo courtesy FLORIDA STATE ARCHIVESA diver gets up close and personal with the Christ of the Abyss statue off Key Largo.See Christ,6BSee Style,2BDurkin,Konrath lead awardsSeniors Taylor Konrath and Riley Durkin were named the 2013 student-athletes of the year Wednesday at Marathon High Schools spring sports awards banquet.The Florida State-bound Durkin starred for the Dolphinsfootball, soccer and tennis teams, while Konrath was a standout volleyball, soccer and softball player.The trophy case at the Konrath house must be nearing capacity, as Wednesdays award was just the latest of a string of accolades shes garnered this year. The school also recognized her for being one of 24 students named to the Florida High School Athletic Association 2013 Academic All-State Team.Konrath, whos headed to Duke University next year, also beat out thousands of athletes to be named the state Wendys High School Heisman Award winner in November. Senior Jessica Forest and junior Jesse DeLuca won the schools sportsmanship award, while junior Kelsey Heller was named manager of the year for her work with the boys basketball team.Being a smaller school, several students participate in multiple sports. The school recognizes them each year, with 16 singled out this year.In addition to Konrath, Durkin and DeLuca, they were Samantha Bonilla, Amanda Bruland, Cooper Chaplin, Hannah Child, DeLuca, Raymond Crespo, Regan Durkin, Sydney Konrath, Frankie Gonzalez, Ian Almodovar Sacha Olivera, Savannah Rodamer, Brandi Spalten and Jake Coldren. Freshman Jordan Roney was named MVPof the softball team, which finished the season with a 19-8 record. The standout starting pitcher finished with a 1.42 earned run average and 146 strikeouts. She also led the team with a .532 batting average and had a 23-game hitting streak.Taylor Konrath won offensive player of the year after knocking in 39 runs and leading the team in triples, home runs, stolen bases, on-base percentage and slugging percentage. Catcher Ashlyn Katz won defensive player of the year, Olivera most improved (.382 batting average) and Nikki Butler the teams sportsmanship award. It speaks volumes for the direction the program is headed, coach Andrea Murphy said, referring to top opponents seeking to play Marathon because of its improved play in recent years.Murphy added that most of the girls play multiple sports, achieve high grades and do community service. They have a lot to juggle and they do it all really well, she said. Sophomore Kyle Pierce was named the baseball teams MVPand top pitcher. He was the No. 1 starter and first-team South Florida Baseball Conference performer for the Dolphins. Other baseball award winners were Frankie Gonzalez (rookie of the year), Crespo (sportsmanship), DeLuca (defensive player of the year), Almodovar (stolen base award), Kevin McKeon (most improved) and Carlos OFarrill (offensive player of the year).No. 1 singles player Jackie Clairmont and Riley Durkin, the No. 2 on the boys side, were named the most valuable players of the tennis team. Vincenzo Massaro and Savannah Schuhmacher were given the team sportsmanship award, while Coldren and Ariana Patterson were named most improved players.The school also recognized the junior varsity softball and baseball team. The softball squad improved from 2-12 last season to 113 this year, while the baseball team finished 7-5.Players honored for success in spring athleticsBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON SPORTS Photo courtesy KAREN McKEONMarathon High School seniors Riley Durkin and Taylor Konrath accept their awards as the Dolphinstop student athletes of 2013 at Wednesdays sports awards banquet.Awards on SundayASunday awards ceremony in Islamorada marks the end of the Upper Keys Little Leagues regular season and the start of all-star competition. Awards to players in six leagues begin at 1 p.m. at the Family Life Center building on Island Christian Schools campus, mile marker 83.4. Events begin with the TBall group at 1 p.m., followed by the Rookies (1:30), Minors (2:30), Softball (3:30), Majors (3:45) and Juniors (4:45). The Little Leagues inhouse games for league allstars begin Wednesday with the Rookies followed by the Majors and Minors on June 7. All the games start at 6 p.m. at the Key Largo Community Park. Players selected for postseason squads in the state Little League tournament series will compete in the South Pool of District 8. The Upper Keys league hosts the South Pool tournaments for the Age 9-10 group and the Age 11-12 group. Final schedules not yet set but opening games are expected to begin around June 21. The next round of Little League playoffs, the sectional tournaments, will be played in Key Largo starting July 19.Then all-stars gear up for postseasonLITTLE LEAGUEKeynoter Staff

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Mimi and Bud Floback bought a second home next to their house in the Upper Keys partly for guests, but also to help display art theyve collected from around the world.Enter either house and its like stepping into a contemporary art museum. Original works by 80 artists are professionally mounted on the walls, hang from the high ceilings and cascade from the top story to the ground floor. In the yard, even items that look like tents are major pieces.During a recent tour, resident art critic Max, an African grey parrot, blurted his opinion of David Batchelors series of colorful moving dollies: Its a pretty picture sculpture. Yes, its a pretty picture sculpture, Mimi Floback responded.While the parrot has destroyed most of the baseboards, a couple of chairs and part of the staircase of their main house, Max never touches the art, Floback said.Thats a good thing, because over the past 15 years, the Flobacks have donated about 20 major works to the Miami Art Museum to become part of its permanent collection. This month, the Flobacks gifted 10 more major works most to be delivered in time for the December grand opening of the renamed Perez Art Museum Miami in its new digs on Biscayne Bay.Retired executive Bud Floback, an avid sportsman who used to fly his own planes, said he has become accustomed to watching the art come and go. Bud always says, What are we giving away now? Mimi said. This time, the works that will disappear from their walls and living space include Josephine Mecksepers commercial display Thank a Vet (2008), Elliott Hundleys collage Monument (2004), Susan Rothenbergs painting Dominos-Hot (20012002), a Rineke Dijkstra photograph from a 1994 series of Portuguese bullfighters, Sarah MorrisLe Meridien [Rio] (2012) and a 1990 sculpture using fluorescent lights by Dan Flavin.It all ends up in the same place in Miami, Bud said.Wish listFor the past few years, Mimi has focused much of her art purchases on meeting the wish list of the museum she has supported since 1997, not long after it changed its name from the Center for the Fine Arts and became a collecting institution. Mimi has been fighting for Miami to have a firstclass institution, said Tobias Ostrander, chief curator for the museum. She understands it is important to have a strong collection as part of a new museum. On that wish list was Mecksepers Thank a Vet, described by a Miami Art Museum press release as a striking, politically charged work that includes found, mass-produced objects that reference the body situated atop of a rectangular mirrored base taken from commercial displays.The piece incorporates a walker, mannequin legs, socks, a toilet mat, steel wool, a box of underwear, toilet brush, mannequin chest, motor oil container and a T-shirt that says: If you love your freedom, Thank a Vet.It was something we needed and wanted for the opening exhibition, KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Saturday,June 1,2013 Crossword solutionSolution to the May 29 puzzle. Island Vision Careis now accepting NEW patients.Dr.John Sheldon's optometry practice services all ages,from kids to seniors.Monday Friday 9AM to 5PM Saturday by appointment6400 Overseas Hwy. 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Call me today! www.SoldInTheKeys.com 12411 Overseas Hwy., #65AMarathon Open 7 Days AWeek L.A.Times crossword puzzle Hair MajestySolution in the classifieds ACROSS 1Profitable venture 9Bombay bigwigs 15Fox role 20My pleasure! 21Region north of Morocco 22Finnish architect Alvar __ 23Punkish accessory 24Leader of the Wild Bunch gang 26Plush floor covering 28Asian region, with the 29Lhasa __ 30Wilmingtons st. 31Short 32Silent Springsubj. 33Bossypants writer Fey 35Loses ones cool 39She played Molly in Ghost 41Ready to shoot 44Contact,nowadays 45Walton of Walmart 47Two bells,in the Navy 50Old pool ball material 51Oahus __ Stadium 53Greet from a distance 56Hotel team 57Apportioned, with out 58Nickname for Margaret 59Start of something big? 61Devotee 62Safari sightings 64Is aware of 66Star 69Notes comprise them 71Its over a foot 73Amazingly enough 76Mythical giants 78Newspaper section 80Hardly a guffaw 82Graceful male swimmer 85Aware of 87Double-check 89Burns a bit 90Our Gangseries creator Hal 93Dreaded musician? 95Common newspaper name 96Bother 97Video game pioneer 98Site of heavy traffic, with the 100Wind indicator 101City on the Tigris103Acronym that includes middle sch.106Tinactin alternative 108Evidently are 109Engine housing 111Takes too much 113Xi preceders 114Madama Butterfly wardrobe items 116Did perfectly 118Low-altitude delivery agent 122Fetal metaphor 125Uncommon thing 127Playground rejoinder128Company promoted by a nine-monthold financial wizard129Theft target 130Beach shoe 131Pastry-making aid 132Like some loafers DOWN 1Sling ingredient 2Zoo animales 3Like some lawns 4Hopes it never happens 5Big deal 6Winter spikes 7Peter Panpooch 8Many Caltech grads 9Outback order 10Be next to 11Fast flier 12Like a parabola 13Percussion kit item 14Egg holders 15Parental nicknames 16Eponymous 18thcentury adventurer 17One way to decide 18Old Fords 19Toy on a string 25Envelope abbr. 27Postgrad degree 32More than just eat 34__ any judge of character ... 35Philatelists find 36Catchers with pots 37Strikingly strange 38Hi and Loispooch 40Scenic Massachusetts route 41Daughter in Shakespeares Cymbeline 42Pakistani language 43Part of CBS:Abbr. 46Blemish 48Lumber tree 49Blind-from-birth pianist Templeton 52British singer with the age-related albums and 54__ cava 55Berkshire jackets 60Almost all the time 63The X-Filesorg. 65More sneaky 67Put in power 68Four Corners nickname 70Sailor from Basrah 72It has both Hebrew and English letters on its planes 74Medicine man 75Still 77Stains on a red suit? 79Perfect place 81Cambridgeshire neighbor 82Grump 83ONeills daughter 84Rams 86Pistonsorg. 88Added highlights to,in a way 91Strong team quality 92Stevenson villain 94TV role for Bamboo Harvester 99Grants academic security to 102Latin trio member 104Good boy of verse 105Response known to preclude its question 107Lazy __:trays 109Golfer Calvin 110Reasons to clean 112Sail-extending pole 114Late notice? 115Foundation plant 117Stylish eatery word 118Give up 119Anti-art movement 120Bad doings 121Altar event 123Holiday quaff 124Piece of winery equipment 126Guitarist Barrett Hair MajestySolution in the June 5 Keynoter Public Meeti n g s Scheduled by a n d with the City of Ma r atho n fo r Ju n e 2013Plea s e n ote that mo r e tha n o n e Ma r atho n City Cou n cil/Boa r d/Committee membe r may pa r ticipate i n the meeti n g s li s ted.City Cou n cil City Ma n age r Mike Ci n que, Mayo r Roge r He rns tadt Richa r d Keati n g, Vice Mayo r City Atto rn ey s Dick Ram s ay, Cou n cilmembe r G r ay-Robi ns o n Ch r i s Bull, Cou n cilmembe r Gi n ge r S n ead, Cou n cilmembe r CITYOFMARATHO NSUBJECT : DA TE: TIME: LOCA TIO N : Community Image Advisory Board6/10/134:15pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. City Council Meeting6/11/135:30pmMarathon Government Center, 2798 Overseas Hwy.Code Compliance Meeting6/12/136:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy. Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting6/13/136:00pmMarathon Fire Station, 8900 Overseas Hwy.To view the full City of Ma r atho n cale n da r plea s e vi s it ou r web s ite: www.ci.ma r atho n .fl.u sPursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respec t to any matter considered at any meeting or workshop noted herein, he or she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purposes he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made; which record includes the testimony an d evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. The City of Marathon complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabili ties Act. If you are a disabled person requiring special accommodations or assistance, please notify the City Clerk at (305) 289-50 20 of such need at least 72 hours (3 days) in advance.Published Keynoter 6-1-13 ging mini-dresses made of spandex, velvet, lace and silk. Many of the prom trends from that time included offthe-shoulder dress styles, black was the reigning color and choker-style necklaces were popular. If you went to prom in the early s, theres a chance your date may have even sported a mullet.Todays prom resembles something off the red carpet. The girls don gowns in styles ranging from formfitting to A-line, all in vibrant hues such as blue, turquoise and coral. Many of the dresses have cutouts along the sides and back and many more have jewel accents, making it almost unnecessary to wear much, if any, jewelry. Although traditional mens formal wear is black and white, the modern trend is for the guys to wear matching tuxedo accessories to match their dates dress, which is what many men are wearing to prom this year. Under black suits or tuxes, men are wearing complementing shirts and vests in blue, turquoise and coral. When you look at prom style today versus earlier eras, there are a few things that have stayed the same. Corsages its still customary for men to buy their dates a corsage that matches her dress. Jewelry costume jewelry is still the staple for prom, so save what you wore, as you can probably have your daughter wear it to her prom and it would still fit right in style. Shopping trips the prom dresses worn today spare no expense and are done with their mothers and friends in tow. Just like prom dresses and tuxes, fashion has a universal appeal while remaining unique to each individual. Leah Maki is a fashionobsessed style blogger. More of her fashion advice can be found on her blog, LeahsFabulousFinds.com.Even today, corsages neededFrom Style,1B A r t s tewa r d s givi n g backKeys couple helping fill Miami museumBy CAMMY CLARKcclark@MiamiHerald.comCULTURESee Art,3B

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Ostrander said. It fits in with some other things, like a piece by Marcel Duchamp, an important early modernist, who talks about ready made and commodity culture the things we buy and exhibit as art work.Ostrander asked Floback to look at the Meckseper piece in December while it was being shown during Art Basel Miami Beach. Quirky or contemporary art often requires a lot of thought, Floback said. Sometimes you go home and think about it, and I did. She concluded Thank a Vet was conveying the same message her father, who worked as an engineer in the defense industry, tried to instill in her 50 years ago: Believe in the free distribution of information, and dont believe everything the government says. Floback bought the piece at a significant discount with the contingency it would be gifted to the new museum.But for now, the large work of art, about the size of a pool table, is at her main house. It arrived two weeks ago. The Flobacks will have about five months to enjoy it before the work is delivered to the museum.Never ask costFloback would not say how much she paid for the work. Maxs laughing: The silly girl asked the price. We dont do that within the art world and certainly not for a newspaper story.? But she did reveal how much she paid for her first piece of art: $120. It was a wonderful lithograph of a still life scene of flowers in a vase painted by the great French artist Henri Matisse.It was about 1969, and she was working for a design company in Boca Raton. A dealer in Paris had brought that lithograph and several edition pieces for the company to place in homes of the wealthy.I was so poor; I had a rattan thing I got from the Salvation Army, said Floback, who grew up in Maryland in a family with five kids who all wore handme-downs. The lithograph was $120, but it might as well have been $120,000. I asked my bosses: If we dont use it this season, can I buy it on layaway?? The bosses said yes. Floback, who graduated from the now-defunct International Design School in Washington, honed her art knowledge while working for a Coral Gables-based design company that dealt with commercial properties. In 1975, Jon Ashton, who would become her second husband, introduced her to the business of plant rentals. She started a Plant Systems franchise in Miami, offering art rental as well. It took off like a rocket, she said.At the same time, she began purchasing works in her price range from dealers and at auctions for her own collection. She said she did her homework, evidenced by the stacks of art books in her home, and kept to her budget.Mimi is a real expert on getting deals on amazing expensive artists, Ostrander said. Floback has worked with art dealers in Miami, New York, London and Austria. For years, she was trying to get a Flavin sculpture, on the museums wish list as a cornerstone piece. The work of the late American artist was out of her price range until last fall. At a London auction, she acquired a 6-foot high Flavin piece with yellow, green, blue and red fluorescent lights, which Max loves when it is brightly lit. Saturday,June 1,2013 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com KRDM533 Key West Bacchanalia This ad is not a coupon. You must purchase online to receive these deals. Available now at dealsaver.com/miami Heres the deal: get em while they last! Enter to win in our $100 grocery giveaway! A winner every week. $25 for admission to Rums of Puerto Rico Grand Tasting Village at Ricks on Saturday June 8, 2013 ($89 value) Unlimited Beer, wine, spirits and burgers!202 Duval St., Key West, FL 33040 The Big Cheese Homestead $10 for $20 of food & drinks at The Big Cheese (Homestead location) ITALIAN RESTAURANT ITALIAN RESTAURANT The best Pizza and award winning Caesar salad! Eat in, Take out, Delivery, Party Platters Delivered! The perfect family and friends meal deal! Have a boat? No problem! Trailer boats welcomed in the parking lot!www.bigcheesehomestead.com 350 N Homestead Blvd., Homestead, FL 33030 (on US1, 3 blocks south of Campbell Drive) 305-247-0657 IF THE POWER GOES OUT WILL YOU BE READY? AUTOMATIC STANDBY GENERATORS Commercial Industrial Residential Sales & Service 7KW to 5 Mega Watt Units Diesel Fuel Polishing L.P.Systems Leak TestKeys Power Systems LLCWE TURN YOU ON! WHEN THE OTHERS TURN YOU OFF www.keyspowersystems.com292-9277FL.Lic.ER0011651 Buying orSelling call Larry & Lisa TODAY!Congratulations to these New Owners!Closings are a Breeze with Larry & Lisa!!12220 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050 Key Largo SOLD! Island Breeze UpperKeys AgentsLarry Liberman & Lisa Karpwww.KeysGetaWay.comRealtorRealtor305.240.0066 Mimi and Bud Floback have given 30 major works to the Miami Art Museum.This is a piece by Dan Flavin as the FlobacksAfrican grey parrot,Max,plays nearby. Miami Herald photos by PATRICK FARRELLMimi and Bud Floback,here in front of a piece by Susan Rothenberg,have given 30 major works to the Miami Art Museum.Mimi Floback is a savvy negotiator with galleries and a good strategizer at auctions,as her collection has grown to fill her two houses in the West.Never ask the costFrom Art,2B

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Saturday,June 1,2013 Bike culture captured at StudiosexhibitMark Hedden is a recognized birding expert who leads tours to tropical jungles and forest retreats overseas. Hes also a well-known photographer, who makes his home in Key West. His eye for the rare and exotic has translated into a photographic study of a different type of fauna, namely Key West bikers. No, not the Harleytypes. Were talking the two-wheeled, pedal-power bicyclists who navigate the streets of the Southernmost City. Heddens work, titled Velo-City, is now on exhibit at The Studios of Key West, 600 White St., Key West. Curators of the show describe his work as an appreciation of the various and manifold ways the bicycle is ingrained in our small town culture. Heres Heddens take: The bike is a poor mans chariot and a rich mans escape, arguably the best machine mankind has even invented. I know people who never pay more than $35 for a bike, and people who have laid out over $5,000 for a frame alone. Hedden adds that one estimate puts the number of Key West bike riders at 5,000. And, he noted, most houses in town have a bike or three locked to a porch or a gate. Businesses in the historic district, to be successful, cater to bike-riding clients, he adds. Some of the more prominent biking icons in Key West have been captured as part of Heddens Velo-City exhibit. The show, which opened at The Studios May 16, will be on exhibit in Space 2 through June 14. For more information, call 296-0458.Mark Hedden: bike is poor mans chariotART Life imitates art as Key Wests Rick Worth bikes past wall mural in Old Town. Key West characters enjoy their two-wheelers. Mixology, food the focusChupe de Camarones Prawn chowder made with milk, rice, Peruvian Panca pepper sauce, Huacatay and cheese. If that sounds like your idea of a wonderful soup course, then you may find other palate tempting offerings at the Fourth Annual Key West Bacchanalia. This wine and food event, organized by a Washington D.C. mixologist, takes place at multiple venues in Key West. And, it includes the temptation to see chefs compete in various categories as part of the threeday festival, June 7-9. Friday, June 7, the opening celebrity cookoff will be held at the Eco Discovery Center, with ceviche and steaks provided by Peruvian restaurant Mixxtura, along with offerings from SmokinTuna, 4 Charles St.; 100 Montaditos, 112 Fitzpatrick St., and other Key West venues. Ricks, 202 Duval St., hosts the Saturday June 8 event, which has been billed as Rums of Puerto Rico, a grand tasting. The menu reads simply: Unlimited rums, spirits, wine, beer, burgers. Some of the rums that will be served include Papas Pilar, Black Roberts, Zacapa rum, Club Caribe, Canchales and more.From 4-5 p.m., Ricks hosts a companion event called, To Have and Have Another AHemingway Cocktail Companion. Its based on the newly-released book of (nearly) the same name, written by D.C. lawyer Phillip Greene, who gives lectures on cocktails when hes not handling legal affairs for the U.S. Marines in Washington, D.C.He is Trademark and Internet Counsel to the U.S. Marine Corps, based at the Pentagon. He is also one of the founders of, and legal counsel to, the Museum of the American Cocktail, based in New Orleans. On Sunday, June 9, Greene goes down-market for a Bulldogs, Beer & BBQ chow-down at Hogs Breath Saloon, corner of Front and Duval streets. One of Bravo TVs Top Chefs, Howie the Bulldog Kleinberg, will prepare barbecue and share his secret cooking tips. Tickets are available by visiting: www.keywest bacchanalia.com Look for the 2013 schedule. Advance purchases get a discount versus day-of-theevent ticket prices. Aportion of ticket sales will fund the Darrell Gwynn Foundation. For more information, call Aga or James Hilferty at (305) 766-3356. Oh, and did we mention desert? How does this sound for Friday nights opening cookoff: Chirimoya Alegre Chrimoya, dulce de leche, oven baked merengues, chocolate sauce.Chef competition, rum tastings and more June 7-9KEY WEST Restaurants offer tasting plates and full-course meals during Key West Bacchanalia.Above,a server at last years Bacchanalia brings out the next course.Day-long art camp opens June 10The Studios of Key West has partnered with the Key West Art & Historical Society to offer ARTCAMP 2013, a three-week art camp at the Fort East Martello Museum. Sessions run June 10-14, June 17-21, and June 24-28. Half-days and full-day sessions are available. Surrounded by displays of historical artifacts and artwork from Bone Islands rich and colorful history students will explore East Martellos galleries with TSKWartist-teachers. Creative activities planned during the threeweek class will culminate with an exhibit of childrens work displayed at the Custom House Museum during the month of July. Campers can sign up for half days, or pack a lunch and have fun all day long. The day-long sessions cost $240 per week and include museum admission, supplies and snacks. The half-day sessions cost $150 per week. Drop off and pick up are 15 minutes before and after camp at Fort East Martello, 3501 S. Roosevelt Rd. Sessions run mornings 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; afternoon sessions are 1:30-4 p.m. To register, visit KWAHSwebsite to download and complete the ArtCamp 2013 Registration Form. Fax the completed form to 305-295-6649. For more information, call Lynn Dalton at 2956616, ext. 105, or email her at ldalton@kwahs.org. East Martello Museum hosts 3-week programARTAnja Marais shows summer camp students a sculpture during last years program. Enrollment begins for summer art classesThe Studios of Key West begins its summer art classes for kids (ages 7-15) on Saturday, June 1. Budding artists will learn the process of creating a plaster sand casting with found objects. Christy Fifer is the instructor. On June 8, Michele St. Pierre will work with students to draw Fantastic Monsters. And artist Michele Atkinson has a June 15 class where students can create either friendship bracelets or superhero cuffs. Maggie Ruley has the June 22 class where students will learn the fundamentals of painting. And, on June 29, Pam Hobbs helps the students decorate their bikes and helmets with craft materials and patriotic fervor. The Saturday classes throughout June run from 10 a.m. to noon. In July, Key West artist Rick Worth will hold classes Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. His Painting Boot Camp has been a popular session in previous summers. And students in the Boot Camp will complete a new painting each session. Children can sign up for multiple classes, which cost $25 per session per child. The five classes offered by Worth cost $115. Theres a limit of 25 students per session. For more information, call The Studios at (305) 296-0458 or visit www.tskw.org .Art is Cool begins June 1 at StudiosKEY WESTSummer Stage opens June 11 in MarathonSummer Stage, a childrens theater workshop program, presents its second season at the Marathon Community Theatre. The four-week program is designed to give young people a theater experience that encourages teamwork and imagination, according to Bonnie Greenberg, MCT executive director. MCTs Summer Stage aims to develop the imagination, concentration, character, professionalism and technique to strengthen a students command of their body and voice, she said. Classes begin June 11 and will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 to 7 p.m. (There is no class on July 4). Registration is limited to 30 students, age 6 to 16. The summer theater program culminates in a live stage show, which will be presented July 12-13. Program fees cost $35 per student, which includes a MCTstudent membership. Greenberg said the fourweek program includes activities appropriate for beginners as well as more advanced work for young actors with some previous experience. Applications are available at www.marathon theater.org and at the Middle Keys playhouse box office, 5101 Overseas Hwy. Oceanside, Marathon. The theater is located around the corner from the Plaza Grill restaurant. For more information, email gm@marathontheater .org or call 305-743-0994.Program aimed at youth ages six to sixteenTHEATER

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Saturday,June 1,2013 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com A Sea Change shows June 8The Sanctuary Friends Foundation of the Florida Keys features the film A Sea Change on June 8 in honor of World Oceans Day. It is a documentary capturing a grandfather mulling over the ocean being left for future generations. The free film will show at the Marathon Power Squadron Building on 52nd Street in Marathon. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Free popcorn with drinks is available for a small donation.Crane Point invites star gazers June 6Wondering whats up in the sky during these quiet, calm summer nights? Crane Point Hammock and Nature Center, mile marker 50 bayside, has what it calls an Evening with the Stars on Thursday from 7:30 to 10.p.m. Elizabeth Moore, a NASAsolar-system educator, will provide a short presentation with hands-on activities, followed by a stargazing hike and a telescope viewing session at the Crane House on Florida Bay. Cost $6 per person (children under 6 are free). Meet at the steps of the Crane Point museum. Wear closed-toe shoes and bring binoculars and a flashlight if you have them. In case of inclement weather, check the Crane Point Facebook page for rescheduling.Time to enter pride paradeApplications are now being accepted to be in the 10th annual Sea to Sea Rainbow Flag pride parade set for June 9 on Duval Street in Key West. Its organized by the Key West Business Guild. Floats can be any length but must be maneuverable with a maximum 15-foot width and 12-foot maximum height. Each float must have two assigned walking monitors. Applications are available online at www.key westpride .org or call Matt Hon at 923-9645.East of Eden up for discussionThe Marathon Library Book Discussion Group meets June 7 at the library at mile marker 48.5 at 10 a.m. to discuss East of Eden by John Steinbeck. Its a sprawling (c. 18601920) novel that follows the intertwined destiny of two California families whose generations helplessly reenact the fall of Adam and Eve and the poisonous rivalry of Cain and Abel. All readers are welcome. For more information call Fran Spinelli at 304-4686.Diving Museum hosts archaeologistThe History of Diving Museum at mile marker 83 continues its Immerse Yourself! series on June 19 at 7 p.m. with whats called Shipwrecks of the Keys and Underwater Archaeology presented by Corey Malcom, director of archaeology for the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum in Key West. The Havana-based pirate ship wrecked in 1827 on a reef near the Florida Keys with 561 African captives aboard. The story of the Guerrero includes a tale of ruthless, absconded pirates who rose up against their rescuers, hijacked them and continued their voyage to Cuba. To find out more, call 664-9737.Regal Cinemas Searstown,Key West,294-0000 All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends. After Earth (PG-13):1:05,4:00,7:00 and 10:00 p.m. Now You See Me (PG-13):1:20,4:20,7:20 and 10:20 p.m. Epic (PG):4:30 and 10:00 p.m. Epic 3D (PG):1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Fast & Furious 6 (PG-13):1:00,4:05,7:15 and 10:25 p.m. The Hangover III (R):1:40,4:40,7:40 and 10:40 p.m. Star Trek Into Darkness (PG-13):4:10 and 10:10 p.m. Star Trek Into Darkness 3D (PG-13):1:10 and 7:10 p.m.Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St.,Key West,295-9493 Not available at press time.Call for movies and times.Marathon Community Cinema 5101 Overseas Highway,Marathon,743-0288 The Hangover III (R):Weekdays:7:00 and 9:15 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday:2:00,7:00 and 9:15 p.m.Tavernier Towne Cinema Tavernier Mall,Tavernier,853-7003 After Earth (PG-13):2:00,4:35,7:25 and 9:55 p.m. Now You See Me (PG-13):1:45,4:25,7:10 and 9:45 p.m. Epic (PG):1:50,4:15,6:50 and 9:15 p.m. Fast & Furious 6 (PG-13):1:25,4:20,7:15 and 10:10 p.m. The Hangover III (R):1:35,4:30,7:00 and 9:30 p.m. Keys Movie Times At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort Mile Marker 58,Grassy Key Reservations 289-1554 Credit Cards Accepted The only thing we overlook is the ocean.Open 7 days a week Dinner 4:30 10pm Breakfast 7:30 10amCasual,Gourmet Oceanfront Dining LAttitudes review Feb. 1, 2002Filet Mignon butter tender andcooked to perfection Sunset DinnersNo w only $15.95per person7 nights a week(except holidays)Must be seated by 5:15 pm 91298 Overseas Hwy, Tavernierbbtheatres.com NOWALLDIGITAL! SHOWTIMES FOR FRI. 05/31 THURS. 06/05 After Earth (PG13)2:00; 4:35; 7:25; 9:55 Now You See Me (PG-13)1:45; 4:25; 7:10; 9:45Fast & Furious 6 (PG-13)1:25; 4:20; 7:15; 10:10Epic(PG)1:50; 4:15; 6:50;9:15 The Hangover 3 (R)1:35; 4:30; 7:00; 9:30 Denotes no passes or discounts accepted. Found objects become artARTSaturday,June 1 Connie Powers Art Exhibit, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Artists in Paradise Gallery, Winn-Dixie Shopping Plaza, Big Pine Key. Powers, a master recycler, will display creations shes made from found objects. Call 872-1828 or visit www.artistin paradise.com Cindy Kulp Exhibit, noon, Harrison Gallery, 825 White St., through June 20. For more, visit www .harrisongallery.com Florida Keys Sport Fish Exhibit, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., through June 2, Lobster Trap Art Gift Shop & Gallery, 82200 Overseas Highway, mile marker 82.2, Islamorada. Sport fish paintings by artists Glenn and Nadine Lahti. Call 664-0001 or visit www.lobster trapart.com Stephen Harlan Exhibit, 10 a.m., Wyland Galleries of Key West, 623 Duval St. Call 292-4998 or visit www .wylandgalleries.com .LITERARYSunday,June 2 Key West Poetry Guild Meeting, 7 p.m., Blue Heaven Restaurant, 729 Thomas St. upstairs. J.M. Varela, 293-0902. Open to all interested in poetry. Wednesday,June 5 Keys Writers Meeting, 1 p.m., Big Pine Library, 213 Key Deer Blvd. Visit www .keyslibraries.org MUSEUMSBlue Star Museums Program, Free admission for active military personnel and up to five family members through September 2. Key West Art & Historical Society, 281 Front St. Call 295-6616, ext. 102 or visit www.kwahs.com Museums participating in the blue star program include: The Custom House, The Key West Lighthouse & Museum & Fort East Martello. For more, visit www .keysarts.com Connie Powers collection on Big PineFLORIDA KEYS COUNCIL OF THE ARTSConnie Powers with some of her artwork,which will be on display at Big Pines Artists in Paradise Gallery. Howard Livingston plays the Waterfront June 10Its a long way from the mountains of eastern Kentucky to the soft sands of Key West beaches. But for Howard Livingston, the distance is not important its the music that makes him happy. He brings his Mile Marker 24 band to the Waterfront Playhouse June 10 for a performance thats sponsored by the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservancy. Tickets cost $50 and include a catered cast party after the show.Livingston, who plays acoustic guitar, sings, writes music, and delivers lots of concerts to raise money for charities, will be headlining the Waterfront concert, which gets underway at 8 p.m.The Waterfront is located at 312 Wall St., Key West. The catered party after the show will take place in the Key West Sculpture Garden right outside the entrance of The Waterfront Playhouse. The Keys music man picked up his first guitar at age 5, but didnt really take music seriously until later after a business career that involved lots of travel. Among those trips, were treks to the Florida Keys, where Livingston says he developed a severe case of Keys fever. Frequent visits became more focused on music and lifestyle, and he moved to the Keys permanently where hes now a fixture on the music scene. For more information about the June 10 concert, or to purchase tickets, call the Waterfront box office at 294-5015.Concert tickets include catered party afterwardsMUSIC Photographer brings Wings of ParadiseWildlife photographer Paul Carmichael will be the featured artist at Frangipani Gallery, 1102A Duval St., starting June 7. His Wings of Paradise exhibit includes images captured in what Carmichael describes as the Keys outback along with images taken in the Florida Everglades. Curators of the show say this up close and personal look at our wonderful birds will amaze with a perspective that you never imagined before and you are not soon to forget. As part of Walk on Upper Duvall, June 7, Carmichael and his wife, Christine, will host a reception from 6-9 p.m. at the gallery where hell display some of the equipment and explain techniques required. For more information, call 296-0440.Frangipani Gallery hosts Carmichael starting June 7ARTGreat egret among the photos at Frangipani Gallerys Wings of Paradise exhibit. Howard LivingstonLATTITUDES BRIEFS Waters off Norway were tested during filming of A Sea Change,which will be shown June 8 in Marathon.

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tuxedo and Hawaiian lei while the statue was displayed in the grand ballroom as the conventions guest of honor.Oh my God, this guy is for real, Elliott said after seeing the pictures.Spataro, who began diving in 1956 during the sports pioneering days, also told Elliott another surprising tidbit: He had never made the trip to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park to see the statue in its permanent home.That changed two weeks ago, when two diving buddies working with Diveheart helped Spataro make the 25-foot descent to meet Christ again.Spataro couldnt see the statue while looking straight at it because of his eye disease, whose onset was about three years ago. But he could see it through the side of his mask with his peripheral vision.Christ of the Abyss was in the familiar pose hands raised and head looking up at heaven, offering a blessing of peace. But almost five decades of marine growth had changed the statues onceshiny bronze appearance.It looked a little messed up, Spataro said. I brushed his hair.... We were buddies.Divers are told not to touch the statue because it is now covered with fire coral, which can cause stinging and burning pain. But Spataro said he wore gloves to touch it again.Early goingSpataros passion for diving began a year after he returned from Chuncheon, Korea, where he served as an Army supply sergeant in a helicopter battalion. He was working at the family pizzeria when two customers told him about their plans to go scuba diving. He decided to try it the next day. He was given fins, a weight belt, a mask and snorkel and an air tank to wear on his back. The one instruction: Dont stop breathing, Spataro recalled. Despite having to surface quickly because no one told him he needed to turn on the valve to the air tank, he fell in love with swimming with the fish and other marine life of Lake Geneva. Soon, a new group called the Illinois Console of Skin and SCUBADivers was meeting at the pizzeria. In 1960, their president, Carl Hauber, also was slated to become president of the Underwater Society of America. Spataro says Hauber named him to head the societys 1962 convention because I was in the restaurant business and knew how to throw parties. Thats when the wacky story began. Hauber mentioned to Spataro that Italian dive equipment manufacturer Egidio Cressi was having another replica statue made from the mold of Italian sculptor Guido Gallettis Il Cristo degli Abissi. Hauber thought it would be a great draw for the convention. The first replica made headlines when it was submerged in 1954 in San Fruttuoso Bay, Italy, near where Dario Gonzatti, the first Italian to use scuba gear, died seven years earlier. The second replica was placed under water in 1961 near St. Georges Harbor in Grenada. It was a gift of the Navy of Genoa to the locals who helped rescue the crew of an Italian vessel that was destroyed by a fire in that harbor. While the third replica was being constructed in 1961, Spataro traveled to several countries in Europe to taste wine. He ended up in Genoa to meet with Cressi. By this time, Cressi had decided to donate a third statue to the Underwater Society of America. I asked him, How are you getting it to Chicago? Spataro said. He said: Thats your problem. Im just giving it to you.Jesus travelsThe convention budget had no money for that, so Spataro got creative. His father knew someone who worked at a steamship line, and he was able to wangle free passage for Jesus from Genoa to Navy Pier in Chicago.Another friend had a trucking company, and Jesus got another free ride from the pier to the Palmer House. But when the union would agree only to halve its usual charge to $900 to take the statue up one story to the grand ballroom, Spataro said he enlisted another friend, a union baggage handler for TWA. Aminister who had escaped killings in Africa and was a friend of his cousins wrote the litany that was read at the conventions dedication of the statue on Aug. 18, 1962. I wish I could find it, Spataro said. It said this statue was for the ones who lived and worked and played and died at sea. He really did a nice job.After the convention, the statue was trucked to the TWA hangar at OHare airport, awaiting transport 1,500 miles away to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.At this point, according to a 1987 article published in several diving newsletters by Eva Mills Dunlap, the first 6,000 miles of the statues journey from Genoa to Chicago had cost only $25 for insurance while it was displayed at the Palmer House.With no money to ship it to Florida, the statue sat at the airport. Within a month or so, it was moved to the Illinois National Guard hangar because one of Spataros pizza customers was a captain in the guard and was willing to take the statue in a transport plane if a plane were to be needed to fly to Florida during the Cuban Missile Crisis. But the missile crisis was averted. Finally, Spataro said, he got a call on a snowy December night while working a banquet that a Navy Reserve plane could take the statue but was leaving imminently. Atuxedo-clad Spataro called the National Guard captain and friends to meet him at the hangar.Using a forklift, the group got the statue to the Navy Reserve plane. The cargo opening was about 10 feet off the ground and at an angle. Because the statue was much heavier at its base, Spataro and the captain climbed onto the crate near the head to balance the weight.For more on this story, go to www.KeysNet.com .Spataro left with billFrom Christ,1B KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Saturday,June 1,2013 Who is your American Hero?Write a short essay telling us who your Keys hero is. The essays will be judged, and the top four heroes will ride in the lead jeeps in the parade. The rst-place hero will be the parades grand marshal. The other winners will judge the oats. Awards will be presented during the annual picnic at the Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center from 5-8 p.m. The winning essays will be published in The Reporter on July 12. Submit no later than June 14 to essay@keylargochamber.org with American Hero as the subject. Call Gladys Cornell at the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce at (305) 451-1414 Parade Entry Form:Name/Organization: ______________________________________________ Address: ________________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________ Email: ____________________________ Entry Type: (please circle one) Car | Float | Marching Include my parade entry in awards judging: Yes | No Mail or fax completed form: P.O. Box 1197, Tavernier, FL 33070 Fax: 305.852.0199 Call 305.852.3216 for more information. Sponsored by:KEY LARGO PARADE & PICNIC 186 Jasmine Street Plantation Key 11050 Overseas Hwy., Marathon, FL33050We JUSTSOLD this 2BR/1BAconcrete home on Plantation Key for94% of the LISTING PRICE! If you want yourproperty sold, call The Brock Team today! Proud supporter of the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation Bob & Wanda Brock BrokerAssociate/REALTORThe Brock TeamBob Direct (305) 731-9521 Wanda Direct (305) 304-8862www.midkeysproperties.com THE PORTER-ALLE N COMPA N YINSURANCE Elizabeth M. Freeman David W. Freeman, C.P.C.U.294-2542In Florida Call Toll-free 1 (800) 292-2542513 Southard Street, Key West Photo courtesy JERRY WILKINSONUnderwater Society of America President Carl Hauber (second from right) and Gabe Spataro (right) greet the boat captain that brought the Christ of the Abyss statue to the Navy pier in Chicago in 1962.

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Saturday,June 1,2013 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN Ad # 515404 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 16TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO. CAK121213 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR HOLDERS OF IMPAC SECURED ASSETS CORP., MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-3 Plaintiff, vs. NORMA JEAN ZAHNER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NORMA JEAN ZAHNER; IMPAC FUNDING CORPORATION; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 7, 2013, and entered in Case No. CAK121213, of the Circuit Court of the 16th Judicial Circuit in and for MONROE County, Florida. DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR HOLDERS OF IMPAC SECURED ASSETS CORP., MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-3 is Plaintiff and NORMA JEAN ZAHNER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NORMA JEAN ZAHNER; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; IMPAC FUNDING CORPORATION; are defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at THE FRONT DOOR OF THE MONROE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LESTER BUILDING, AT 500 WHITEHEAD STREET, KEY WEST IN MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA 33040, at 11:00 A.M., on the 17th day of June, 2013, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 37, RAMROD SHORES THIRD ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 108 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated this 14th day of May, 2013. AMY HEAVILIN As Clerk of said Court By: Shonta McLeod As Deputy Clerk If you are a person with disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in a court proceeding or event, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Cheryl Alfonso, 302 Fleming Street, Key West, FL 33040, (305) 292-3423, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired call 711. Submitted by: Kahane & Associates, P.A. 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 Plantation, FL 33324 Telephone: (954) 382-3486 Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 Designated service email: notice@kahaneandassociates.com File No. 12-02883 BOA Published June 1, 8, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad # 516079 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA KEY WEST DIVISION CASE NO. 4:13-cv-10066-JEM In the matter of the Complaint of SUNSET ISLAND PARTY OPERATING CORP., as owner of a 1998 M/Y "REEF BOUND", for exoneration from or limitation of liability, Petitioner. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF COMPLAINT FOR EXONERATION FROM OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY NOTICE is given that Petitioner, SUNSET ISLAND PARTY OPERATING CORP., as owner of a 1998 M/Y "REEF BOUND", has filed a Complaint for exoneration from or limitation of liability for all claims for loss, damage or injury arising out of an alleged collision involving its vessel on or about October 5, 2012, as more fully described in Petitioners Complaint. All persons having any claims must file their respective claims, as provided in Rule F of the Supplemental Rules for Certain Admiralty and Maritime Claims of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, with the Clerk of this Court at the United States Courthouse, Southern District of Florida, in Key West, Florida, and serve a copy thereof on counsel for Petitioner, Allan R. Kelley, Esq., FOWLER WHITE BURNETT, P.A., Espirito Santo Plaza, 14th Floor, 1395 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131, on or before June 28, 2013, or be defaulted. If any Claimant desires to contest either the right to exoneration from or limitation of liability, it shall file and serve on the counsel for Petitioner an answer to the Complaint on or before the aforesaid date unless its claim has been included in an answer, so designated, or be defaulted. Dated: May 20, 2013. CLERK UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA By: Alex Rodriguez Deputy Clerk Published May 25, June 1, 8, 15, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 520338 Meeting Notice The Monroe County Tourist Development Council will hold their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday June 18, 2013 at 10:00 AM at the Doubletree Grand Key Resort, 3990 S. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West. The Visit Florida Keys Corporation will also convene during this meeting. All Tourist Development Council Meetings are open to the public. ADA ASSISTANCE: If you are a person with a disability who needs special accommodations in order to participate in this proceeding, please contact the County Administrators Office, by phoning (305) 2924441, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m., no later than five (5) calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call "711". Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 520489 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE SOLICITATIONS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on July 3, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. the Monroe County Purchasing Office will receive and open sealed responses for the following: PAVEMENT REHABILITATION FARALDO CIRCLE KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT KEY WEST, MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA Requirements for submission and the selection criteria ma y y be requested from DemandStar by Onvia at www.demandstar.com OR www.monroecountybids.com or call toll-free at 1-800-711-1712. The Public Record is available at the Monroe County Purchasing Office located at The Gato Building, 1100 Simonton Street, Room 2-213, Key West, Florida. All Responses must be sealed and must be submitted to the Monroe County Purchasing Office. Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 521256 Alexs Auto Wrecking & Parts gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 06/12/2013 9:00:00 AM at 111 US Highway 1 # 107, Key West, FL 33040 pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Alexs Auto Wrecking & Parts reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. All sales are final. 1FAFP4047WF151932 1998 FORD 4T1SK12E6RU329482 1994 TOYOTA JT3GN86R110187940 2001 TOYOTA Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 522211 Florida Keys Council of the Arts Notice of Upcoming Meetings Executive Session Friday, June 7, 2013, 10:00 a.m. Ocean Sothebys International Realty, 81888 Overseas Hwy (MM 81.1), Islamorada Advisory Board Planning Committee Wednesday, June 12, 2013, 10:00 a.m. Gato Building, 1100 Simonton Street, Key West Executive Committee Thursday, June 20, 2013, 9:30 a.m. First State Bank, 6900 Overseas Hwy., Marathon Meetings are open to the public and all are invited to attend. Questions? Call the arts council office at 295-4369. Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 523393 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ANCHOR TOWING gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 06/14/2013, 08:00 am at 189 US HIGHWAY 1 KEY WEST, FL 33040-5476, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. ANCHOR TOWING reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1G3HN52L3R4804498 1994 OLDSMOBILE 1HGCG3253YA030121 2000 HONDA 1TC23114863000038 2006 Coachmen 2FMZA5143WBC41749 1998 FORD UNK UNK 24FT CENTER CONSOLE Published June1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 523400 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The vehicle(s) listed below will be sold at public auction for cash at Florida Keys Towing Inc., 1620 Overseas Hwy, Marathon FL 33050 at 8:00 AM on JUNE 28, 2013 in accordance to Florida Statute Section 713.78 for unpaid towing & storage. Florida Keys Towing, Inc. reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. All vehicles/ vessels are sold as is. 1. 2005 UTILITY TRAILER VIN: 5nhufe222u318650 Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 523404 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 16TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO. 44-2012-CA-000100P BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES E. DIRCKS; SARAH E. DIRCKS; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR COUNTRYWIDE BANK, F.S.B.; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION To the following Defendant(s): CHARLES E. DIRCKS 9475 S 550TH W. WINAMAC, IN 46996 SARAH E. DIRCKS 9475 S 550TH100520406-01W. WINAMAC, IN 46996 who is evading service of process and the unknown defendants who may be spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all parties claiming an interest by, through, under or against the defendant(s), who are not known to be dead or alive, and all parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property described in the mortgage being foreclosed herein. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following described property: PARCEL 6C MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEING A PORTION OF THAT CERTAIN "PARCEL" OF PROPERTY SITUATE IN THE SE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 61 SOUTH, RANGE 39 EAST, WHICH "PARCEL" WAS DEEDED TO WILLIAM HEMPEL BY RUTH M. HEMPEL ON JUNE 21, 1950, AS RECORDED IN DEED BOOK G-48, PAGE 360 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. FROM THE NORTHERNMOST POINT ON SAID "PARCEL", (WHICH BORDERS ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD 4A), THENCE IN A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION 225 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE AT RIGHT ANGLES IN A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION 25 FEET TO A POINT, WHICH POINT, FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS DEED IS ESTABLISHED AS THE POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING, RUN IN A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION 80 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE AT RIGHT ANGLES IN A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION 175 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE WATER LINE OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN; THENCE AT ABOUT RIGHT ANGLES AND MEANDERING ALONG SAID WATER LINE IN NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION 80 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO A POINT (WHICH SAID POINT IS 25 FEET SOUTHWEST OF THE MOST EASTERLY POINT OF THE "PARCEL" ABOVE DESCRIBED AS RECORDED IN DEED BOOK G-48 AT PAGE 360 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA); THENCE AT RIGHT ANGLES IN A NORTHWESTERLY DIRECTION 175 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, AND A RIGHT-OF-WAY EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS TO THE ABOVE DESCRIPTION, SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY EASEMENT TO BE ON THE 25 FEET NORTHEAST BOUNDARY LINE OF THE "PARCEL" ABOVE DESCRIBED. a/k/a 98525 B OVERSEAS HIGHWAY, KEY LARGO, FLORIDA 33037has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it, on Kahane & A ssociates, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 8201 Peters Road, Ste. 3000, Plantation, FLORIDA 33324 on or before June 28, 2013, a date which is within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice in the FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. If you are a person with disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in a court proceeding or event, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Cheryl Alfonso, 302 Fleming Street, Key West, FL 33040, (305) 292-3423, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired call 711. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 22 day of May, 2013. A MY HEAVILIN, CPA A s Clerk of the Court By Gwen Douglass A s Deputy Clerk Submitted by: Kahane & Associates, P.A. KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIEDS ONLINE (305) 743-5551 Classifieds COMPETITIVESOLICITATION NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENTOPROSPECTIVE BIDDERSTHATtheMonroeCountySchoolDistrict willbereceivingbidsforthefollowing: RFP519PHARMACYBENEFIT ADMINISTRATIONSERVICES BidDocumentsmayberequestedfromDemandstarby calling1-800-711-1712orbygoingtothewebsite www .demandstar .com orbygoingto www .keysschools.com/rfp. Thepublicrecorddocument isavailableatthePurchasingDepartment,241Trumbo Road,KeyWest,FL33040.Allbidsmustbereceivedonorbeforedatesspecifiedin thebiddocuments.TheMonroeCountySchoolDistrict reservestheright,atitssolediscretion,toacceptorreject anyandallbidsandtowaveinformalitiesorirregularitieswhenitisinthebestinterestoftheBoardtodoso.PleasecontactSuanneLee,PurchasingSupervisor,with anyquestionsregardingthisbid. Suanne.Lee@KeysSchools.com or(305)293-1400Ext 53360. PublishedKeynoter6-1-13&6-5-13 CITYOFMARATHON,FLORIDA9805OverseasHighway,Marathon,Florida33050 Phone:(305)743-0033 INVITATIONTOBIDPublishedKeynoter05/25/13,06/01/13SealedbidswillbereceivedbytheCityofMarathonuntil3:00pmonJune10, 2013forthesaleofa2003MalibuAutomaticwith61,870miles. AllsealedbidsshallbedeliveredtotheCityClerkattheMarathonCityHall,9805 OverseasHwy.inMarathoninasealedopaqueenvelopeclearlymarkedBID FORSURPLUS2003MALIBU.Allbidswillbepubliclyopenedandreadaloud at3:00pmonJune10,2013.VehiclesmaybeexaminedattheCityEventsField duringbusinesshours. EachbidsubmittedmustbeaccompaniedbyaBidGuarantyintheamountoften percent(10%)ofthebidamount.Nobiddermaywithdrawhisbidduringtheten (10)dayperiodfollowingthedateofbidopening. Vehiclewillbesoldasis withnowarrantyexpressedorimplied .Thebidshallbeawardedtothehighest bidder;however,theCityofMarathonreservestherighttoacceptorrejectanyor allbids,andtowaiveanyorallinformalitiesinthebidding.SALEOFSURPLUSVEHICLE COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS THATthe Monroe County School District will be receiving bids for the following: ITB 518 BUILDINGFIRE ALARM SYSTEM v LABOR & MONITORING Bid Documents may be requested from Demandstar by calling 1-800-711-1712 or by going to the websitewww .demandstar .com or by going to www .keysschools.com/rfp. The public record document is available at the Purchasing Department, 241 Trumbo Road, Key West, FL33040. All bids must be received on or before dates specified in the bid documents. The Monroe County School District reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to accept or reject any and all bids and to wave informalities or irregularities when it is in the best interest of the Board to do so. Please contact Suanne Lee, Purchasing Supervisor, with any questions regarding this bid.Suanne.Lee@KeysSchools.com or (305) 293-1400 Ext 53360. Published Keynoter 6-1-13 & 6-5-13 KEYSNET.COM

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Saturday,June 1,2013 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000 Plantation, FL 33324 Telephone: (954) 382-3486 Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380 Designated service email: notice@kahaneandassociates. com Published June 1, 8, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 524019 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The vehicle(s) listed below will be sold at public auction for cash at Florida Keys Towing Inc., 1620 Overseas Hwy, Marathon FL 33050 at 8:00 AM on JUNE 19, 2013 in accordance to Florida Statute Section 713.78 for unpaid towing & storage. Florida Keys Towing, Inc. reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. All vehicles/ vessels are sold as is. 1. 1999 PONTIAC VIN: 1G2NW52E9XM863574 2. 1996 CHEVROLET VIN: 1GNDT13W0T2317615 Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d # 524300 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, AMY HEAVILIN, Clerk Ad-Interim Clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe County, Florida, will, on the 17th day of June 2013 at 11 oclock a.m., at 500 Whitehead Street Monroe County, in the City of Key West, Florida, offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for CASH the Following described property situated in Monroe County, Florida, to wit: Lot 55, Sugarloaf Shores Section C, Plat No. 2, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page(s) 53, Public Records of Monroe County, Florida. Address: 17260 Pine Tree Lane, Summerland Key, FL 33042 Pursuant to FINAL DEFAULT JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE entered in a case pending in said Court, the Style of which is: GQ HOLDINGS 1329, LLC Plaintiff VS. A NAYANSI B. PEREZ, et al Defendant A nd the Docket Number of which is Number 44-2011-CA-897-K WITNESS my hand and the Official Seal of Said Court, this 28th day of May, 2013 A my Heavilin, Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: Shonta McLeod Deputy Clerk Florida Statute 45-031: Any person claiming as interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Published June 1, 8, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d # 524446 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No. 13CP62P IN RE: ESTATE OF JAMES M HIGHTOWER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of JAMES M. HIGHTOWER, deceased, whose date of death was March 19, 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court for MONROE County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 88820 Overseas Highway, Plantation Key, Florida 33070. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. A ll creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS A FTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS A FTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. A ll other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. A LL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is June 1, 2013. Personal Representatives: CHRISTOPHER HIGHTOWER 5337 N.W. 89th Drive Coral Springs, Florida 33067 LAURA MORELAND 238 Navajo Street Tavernier, Florida 33070 A ttorney for Personal Representatives: CARL SCHUSTER, ESQ. Florida Bar Number: 071490 GREENSPOON MARDER, PA 100 W. Cypress Creek Road, Suite 700 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33309 Telephone: (954) 491-1120 Fax: (954) 333-4021 E-Mail: carl.schuster@gmlaw.com Secondary E-Mail: liz.lebin@gmlaw.com Published June 1, 8, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 518397 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Manatees and Friends located at 162 Orlando Drive in the County of Monroe, in the city of Tavernier, Florida 33070 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Phillip Rubow, Owner Published June 1, 2013 The Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 524636 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Gifted Hands located at 87465 Old Highway, in the County of Monroe, in the city of Plantation Key, Florida 33036 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Tyrone Guevara, Owner Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 525061 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Florida Keys Country Club located at 4000 Sombrero Blvd in the County of Monroe, in the City of Marathon, Florida 33050 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at: Marathon, FL this 28th day of May, 2013. Sombrero Country Club, Inc. Published June 1, 2013 Florida Keys Keynoter FICTICIOUSNAME NOTICE ISHEREBYGIVENthatthe undersigneddesiringto engageinbusinessunderthe fictitiousname RuffWarrStudioLLClocated at2501FogartyAve,Key West,FL33040 intendstoregistersaidname withtheFloridaDepartmentof State,Tallahassee,Florida. DATEDthis1stdayofJune 2013305-397-6781stonecrabtags Iwanttobuy stonecrabtags.Pleasecall 786-282-2526or305-3459624. rudy72euro@hotmail.com 110AveASaturday,Sunday 9:30AM-3PM YardSale 110AveA 9:30-3:00 6/1-6/2and6/8-6/9 Diningrm set, Thomasville 14 pc.; antique gold framed mirror 4x3ft.; 2 East Lake chairs circa 1880; walnut wall units; Danish walnut end table; Danish walnut coffee table w/ 2 leaves; pedestal coffee table w/ glass top; Sealy double hide-a-bed; bureau, mirror & 2 night stands. 305-304-4686 PRIVATE COLLECTOR WANTS. Rolex Dive watches and Pilot Watches. Old model Military clocks & watches. Call 305-743-4578. U.S. & Old Cuban Coins Unwanted or broken gold + silver jewlery. Best price guaranteed. Private collector. 305-743-5780 BEAUTIFUL WOOD SWING p. t., solid wood double swing w/ platform and overhead trellis. Seats face each other. $900 O.B.O. 453-1070 Nice Retired Teacher CoupleWANT TO BUYCondo/House/ Multi-Unit in the KEYS. Any Condition with Owner Financing. Have Some Down pymt, then All Cash. Maybe Marathon. Call Fred 561-251-4233. AffordableWaterfrontLiving NortheastFlorida,Lake Crescent Small,Quiet,AdultPark. HomesforSale$2kto$21k lakecrescentflorida.comor (386)698-3648904-501-7105 nancyjoe@windstream.net KEY LARGO Park Model for sale. Handicapped designed, 1 BR, furnished. Never lived in. Lot rent $500/mo. $15,000. Owner financing available. 305-522-58412 BR / 1.5 BA MM 100 Canal front, swimming pool, 2nd floor of CBS home. $1800 / mo. incl util + cable. Small pet okay. (305) 322-2937. BPK ON CANALMM 30 2/2 + guest room w/facilities. Deck, tile & wood flrs. Fen yrd. $1950/mo F/L/S. Avl 8-1. Lg term lse. N/S. 603-838-2418 2BR/1BAMM90 QUIET STREET,Oceanside,2ndfloor ofCBShome.$1800/mo.Incl util+basiccable.W/D, Unfurn,Shutters,Fencedyard. Nosmoking.Avail1stweek July.CallDave(561)436-4763 MARATHON2B/2BRENTAL LG.EAT-INKITCHENWITH S/SAPPLIANCES.TILE FLOORS,LARGEWALKIN CLOSET.LGUTILITYROOM W/WASHERANDDRYER. FENCEDYARD.PETSOK UPONAPPROVAL.1400. 1ST,LAST,SECURITY. YEARLYLEASE.305-4810942$1,400305-481-0942 sunny3173@aol.com MM 100 B/S3/2 UP 1/1 DN. Unfurn. Fully fenced park-like property, partial water veiw, dead end st. $2200/mo F/L/S. + util (516) 655-5321. WOW LOOK !!! Chapter705,FloridaStatutes,thefollowinglistofdescribed propertyisbeingheldbyMonroeCountySheriffsOfce. TheseitemsmaybeinspectedMay25endingJune14,2013 atMonroeCountySheriffsOfce,500WhiteheadStreetOld Jail,KeyWest,Florida33040.Pleasecalltomakearrangements forviewing305-292-7144assomeoftheseitemsarestoredat differentlocations. Anypersonholdingavalidclaimasownerornder whohaveproperproofofownershipmustmaketheirclaim inwritingtotheaddresslistedbelow.Anyclaimantmaybe assessedstorageandadvertisementfees. Anypropertynotclaimedduringthistimeperiodwillrevert ownershiptotheSheriffofMonroeCountytobeused,soldor donatedaspursuanttotheprovisionsofChapter705,Florida Statutes. RichardA.Ramsay SheriffofMonroeCounty By:DianaODell PropertyEvidenceDivision P.O.Box6530 KeyWest,FL33040 305-292-7144PUBLICNOTICEI.ElementTVat22screen 2.Westinghouseat22screen 3.ToshibaMP3playerw/case 4.USminthalfdollars 5.GPS&cashforEnoc HernandezFiallo 6.2GarminNuviGPSw/ chargers 7.Memorex19atscreenTV 8.Sharp20atscreenTV 9.1necklace&bracelet yellowmetal 10.SpeargunforSernielH. Duran 11.Acernetbookw/charger/ aircard 12.Earringstudsgreen/clear stones 13.Inatableraftnomotor 14.SpeargunforEdelsonV. Martin 15.Watchpossiblyrolex 16.ItemsforHarroldHerring 17.UScurrency 18.Suzuki3hp4stokemotor 19.Blackspeargun 20.WalletwithcashforRuth Jager 21.BlueOceanKayak 22.Johnson15hpmotor 23.Menweddingband 24.MartinBaritonesax 25.MongooseLedge21bike 26.GiantIguanaredbike 27.ClearstoneearringstudPublishedKeynoter5-25-13&6-1-13 ClaraMayetteREALTOR,GRI5800OverseasHighway-Suite17 Marathon,Florida33050Cell:305-395-2095clara@ExitFloridaKeys.com www.ExitFloridaKeys.com REALTORS NewTropicalWicker BedroomandLivingRoomDinettes,Futons,Recliners SimmonsBeautyrest www.fredsbeds.com FRED'SBEDS 100sofBedsFactoryDirecttoYouMarathonMM53.5743-7277 BigCoppittMM9.5295-8430FREEDELIVERY ProfessionallyBuilt-LocalLicensedContractor w/over35+yearsexperience Spacious1900+sfGroundLevelw/FabulousLayout 300+sfofCoveredPorches CBSConstruction-XZone/NoFloodInsRequired -3bed/2bathPLUSBonusRoomGreatMasterSuite TonsofHallClosetSpace-LgA/CdAttic(150+sf) Sitson3lots-CreateYourOwnBackyardParadise! GreatUpperKeysNeighborhood&Parkw/Ramp WalkingDistancetoA+RatedElementarySchool EasilyConvertedtoADAAccessibleDesign OWNERFINANCINGUNDERCONSTRUCTION-PRICEDTOSELL 8PompanoAvenueMM105BaysideCall(305)522-6598 $325,000LOWDOWNPAYMENT-EASYTERMS!! M NOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-= +: CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN

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Saturday,June 1,2013 9B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: MARATHON Unfurn, 2 BR, 1 BA in one half duplex. Fenced yard. No pets. $1200/mo F/L/S. Call Lela, Coldwell Banker RE 305-395-0814 MARATHON 2/1 Unfurnished condo. $1,200/mo. F/L/S. Call Barbara McKee CBSRE 305-289-6499 MM 76.5 Furnished 1/1 condo. Pool, tennis, garage, laundry, boat dock, ramp, storage yard 25 max. $1,000/mo. F/L/S. No pets. 305-338-0486 MM 99 O/S 2 BR / 2 BA W/D, pool, tennis, & beach. 1200/mo. + util. F/L + $600 sec. Avail. 6/1 12/30. Call (336) 293-3535. MARATHON MOBILE HOME For rent. Must have security and references. Call 305-743-6519 MM 1011.5BR, 1BA mobile home, behind yellow bait house. Large porch & yard. Unfurnished. $800/mo + utils. F/L/S. 305-304-7976 MM 104 2 BR / 1 BA Lg. Florida room, across from Taylor Crk. H.O. park boat ramp. Mature landscape. $1300. (305) 896-4122 MM 97 O/S 2 BR / 2 BA Rent to own! $1400 + util. + maintenance. Call for details (305) 451-1241. KEYS RV PARK RV lot for rent 6-12 months. $550/mo. First & security dep. + util. Full hook up. 786-300-1170 RV LOTS FOR RENT in MARATHON Adult Park. Please call 305-743-6519 RV LOTS FOR RENT Islamorada MM 81.6 bayside. Waterfront $950/mo., dry lot $750/mo. Incl. util. Dock space avail. (305) 393-3377 GRASSY KEY Small apartment, 1 person. $740/month + utilities. 305-481-4301 MarathonDirect Waterfront Liveaboard. Rent to buy. 26 sailboat. 1 person. No pets. $600/month. To move in, $1200 total. 786-300-1170 MARATHON Unfurn effcy apt. A/C. No smoking, no dogs. Share W/D. Lease. $695 + electric, cable. 305-900-0113 MM 89 1 BR FRESHLY painted rear, downstairs apt. W/D on site, elec. & basic cable incl. $900 / mo. (305) 517-6582 or (305) 664-7252. MM 89 B/S 1 BR / 1 BA Upstairs Apt. No smoking / no pets. $950 / mo. F/L/S Call (305) 852-4342 MM 89 SPLIT LEVEL LG. 1 BR / 2.5BA Lg. liv. room, eat in kit., W/D on site. Freshly painted, screened patio & fenced yd. Elec. & basic cable incl. $1300. (305) 517-6582 or (305) 664-7252 MM 95.5 1 BR / 1 BA Canal front, 4th in from ocean. Dock, fenced yard, hot tub. $1050 / mo., incl. all util. Call (305) 896-4122 Available office or desk space. Attractive professional building. Hwy frontage, Marathon. Call: 305-731-1183; 305-731-9751 CLIMATE CONTROLLED STORAGE. Call Freds Beds, 305-743-7277 COMMERCIAL SPACES MM 100 *Small Office $300 *AC Storage $300 Call (305) 522-6598 LARGE STORAGE YARD MM 91. Suitable for your business. Only $700 per month Call (305) 522-6598. MARATHON US 1 Commercial Space Avail. 1000 sf, $1/sf + util, taxes & insur. Yard space also available. 305-923-9542 MM 91 LARGE STORAGE YARD FENCED AREA, SPACE AVAILABLE. (305) 522-6598 MM 93 LARGE STORAGE YARD FENCED AREA, SPACE AVAILABLE. (305) 522-6598 P/T BOOKKEEPERFlex hrs 25 hrs/wk. Small office in Marathon. $15/hr. Exp. reqd A/P-A/R.Email resume: jerome @gulfpride-seafood.com PartTimeTeller-Marathon BB&Tisseekingaqualified PartTimeTellerforour MarathonBranch.Please applyonlineatwww.bbt.com, job#399424.Anelectronic assessmentisrequiredforthis position.Pleaselookforanemailwiththesubjectline "BB&TTellerVision AssessmentRequest"theday afteryouapply. CARPENTERS & LABORERS Must have tools & transportation. Long term employment. Top pay for quality minded individuals. Must pass background check. Call (305) 852-2806. Monroe County BOCC Employment Opportunities Visit www.monroecounty-fl.gov (305) 292-4557 E.O.E. Drug free workplace; Vet Pref Avail. Debbies Cleaning Service NOW hiring F/T or P/T cleaning personnel. Marathon area, but can live outside of Marathon. 305-481-8379 EXTERIOR CLEANING & GROUNDS KEEPER Looking for reliable employee to work M-F starting pay $9 to 11/hr dep. on exp. Must speak English pass background & drug test Call (305) 852-3042 HOUSEKEEPERS Cleaners for Saturdays. $17/hr. In Marathon. Call 305-743-8446 POOL MAINTENANCE MARATHON CALL 305-849-5934 Small company looking for cleaners, Big Pine to Mrthn. Peguena compania busca personal par limpieza se haga por casa. Ph/hamar: 731-9817 ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR Plan, organize and work events. P/T. Apply in person Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge, MM 33. Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge is looking to fill P/T Housekeeping position. Will include Saturdays. 8-3. Apply in person, MM 33. FrontDesk/Reservations Eveningshiftfrom3-10PMand 2-5nightsperweek.Call before5PMforappointment. 305-684-9115 HOSPITALITY ASSOCIATE for condo rentals in KCB. Must have customer service, office, computer experience. Parttime. Email resume and qualifications to: admin@marathonresort.com Lobby Concierge MM48 Hammocks. $5-600/wk. @ 30 hrs. Benefits in 90. Get Ap at Front Desk. Career oppty. act today. P/T HOUSEKEEPER for small resort in Islamorada. Must be able to speak & read English. Apply in person @ 243 Treasure Harbor Rd., or call (305) 852-5389.THE MOORINGS is seeking a friendly, self motivated, team player for Guest Services; duties include beach attendant and assisting guests with luggage, etc. Appearance counts. Please pick up an application @ 123 Beach Rd, Islamorada FL or fax resume to 664.4242 or email to moori ngs@bellsouth.net THE MOORINGS is seeking self motivated, detail oriented and hard working individuals to fill positions in Housekeeping. Please submit an application /resume @ 123 Beach Rd., Islamorada. MM 81.5 ocean side or email: moorings@bellsouth.net HELPWANTED! PART TIME. Exp in EBAY store operations required. APPLY IN PERSON 2525 OVERSEAS HWY, MARATHON, FL. EXPERIENCED HELP ONLY Breakfast Cook Prep Cook, Line Cook Host/Hostess Waitstaff Bartender Bus Person Front of House Managers Apply in person: Sunset Grille & Raw Bar, 7 Knights Key Blvd, Marathon. IMMEDIATE HIRING Breakfast and Dinner Line Cooks at Hideaway Cafe. Call Robert at 289-1554, 10am-12pm. LINE COOKWith sauteed experience. Cabana Breezes Immediately hiring! Call 743-4849 or Apply 401 E. Ocean Dr., KCB. WOW LOOK !!! CityofKeyColonyBeachFULLTIMEPOSITION OPEN UTILITYCLERKTheCityofKeyColonyBeachisacceptingapplicationsfor aFULLTIMEUtilityClerk.Experienceinbookkeeping/secretarial/clericalwork/QuickBooksrequired.Applicantsmust possessstrongcommunicationskills.Educationrequirement: Minimum-HighSchoolGraduatewith5yearsofficework experience.SalaryRange:$35,000.00-$38,000.00based uponqualifications.ApplicationDeadline:June13,2013.MailResumeto: CityClerk POBox510141 KeyColonyBeach,FL33051 Callforadditionalinformation:305-289-1212 EqualOpportunityEmployer LocalTravelAgency LocalTravelAgency WEAREGROWINGANDNEEDQUALIFIED WEAREGROWINGANDNEEDQUALIFIED PEOPLETOBOOKTRAVELALLOVERTHE PEOPLETOBOOKTRAVELALLOVERTHE WORLD.MUSTBEWILLINGTOWORKFULL WORLD.MUSTBEWILLINGTOWORKFULL TIME,HAVEGOODPHONEANDCOMPUTER TIME,HAVEGOODPHONEANDCOMPUTER SKILLS,BENEATINAPPEARANCEWITH SKILLS,BENEATINAPPEARANCEWITH ANUPBEATPOSITIVEATTITUDE.WEHAVE ANUPBEATPOSITIVEATTITUDE.WEHAVE SEVERALPOSITIONSAVAILABLE.WILL SEVERALPOSITIONSAVAILABLE.WILL TRAIN.ALLINBOUNDCALLS. TRAIN.ALLINBOUNDCALLS. TOAPPLYCALL(305)853-5800ANDSET TOAPPLYCALL(305)853-5800ANDSET UPYOURAPPOINTMENTNOW. UPYOURAPPOINTMENTNOW. ConsumerAccountsRepresentativeMarathonOffice DataCommunicationsTechnicianTavernierOfficeFormoreinformationpleasevisitwww.FKEC.comandclick onthejobopeningslinktoreviewthequalificationsofthe jobandtoapplyonline.Allapplicantsmustapplyonline andonlyqualifiedapplicantswillbecontacted.FKECisAn EqualOpportunityEmployer. FloridaKeysElectric Cooperative(FKEC)is nowhiringforthe followingpositions: Ifyouareupbeat,outgoing, andateamplayer, TheateroftheSeahasan opportunityforyou! ThtfthSilkif TheateroftheSeaislookingforthe rightpersontoworkinourMaintenance Dept.full-time. Startingsalary$15/hour. Candidatesmustbefamiliarwithlightcarpentry,electricandplumbing.Multi-lingualisdefinitelyaplus.Shouldbephysicallyfit.Please applyinpersonwithcopyofworkexperience. CNAs ExceptionalLiving,ExceptionalPeople PlantationKeyHealth&Rehibilitation CenterinTavernier,isseeking FullTime,PartTimeandPRNCNAs.Toapplyfortheposition,pleasesubmityour resumetotgraham@plantationkeync.comPOSITIONSAVAILABLEAT:TheGuidance/Care Center Inc. BehavioralHealth Technician-Marathon CrisisStabilizationUnit Part-TimeBehavioralHealthTherapistProvidingindividualand groupcounselingformental healthandsubstance abuseclientsinthe Marathonoffice.Florida LicenseRequired:LCSW, LMHCorLMFT.Bi-lingual preferred.Fulltime. CaseManagerCoordinatingandproviding servicestoadultsand childrenintheMiddleand LowerKeys.Bachelorsin HumanServiceFieldand1 yearexperiencerequired. Full-Time.RN/LPNPerDiemNurses PartandFullTimeforthe CrisisStabilizationUnit/Detox UnitinMarathon. Specialincentivesoffered.FrontOfficeReceptionistMarathon.FullTime.Minimum oftwoyearsinaprofessional supportstaffpositionand proficiencyinMicrosoftOffice required.SubstanceAbuseCounselor ForJailIncarcerationProgram atMonroeCountyDetention CenterinKeyWest.Bachelors inHumanServicesrequired CAPandBilingualpreferred. Allapplicantsmustsubmit: 1)resume;2)three references;3)undergo background,fingerprint,and drugscreeningpriortoany offerofemployment.Sendresumeto hr -gcc@westcare.com EEOC/DFWPFormerapplicantsneednotreapply ApremierresortinIslamoradais interviewingforthefollowingpositions: Theselectedcandidatewillenjoyafriendlyworkplace wheresmilesarepartoftheuniform,competitivewages andanexcellentbenefitspackage.ApplyinpersonMM83.5TwoFullTime FrontDeskAgents CustomerServiceand/orSupervisorExperienceaPlus Deliverournewspapers 2-5daysaweekinMarathon.Nocollectingrequired. StopintheMarathonofficeat 3015OverseasHighway tofilloutanapplication. Pocket someextraCASHPocket someextraCASHPayofftheboatorcar CHEF/LINECOOKExperienced.Goodpay,great workingconditions,goodhours.Paid holidays&healthbenefitsavailable. Applyinperson:MARATHON YACHTCLUB82533rdSt.,Marathon Applyinpersonat:MARATHON YACHTCLUB82533rdSt.Marathon NoPhoneCallsPlease LINECOOKExperiencedCook. Days/Nights. Subscriptions 743-5551 GETRESULTS with the Keynoters classified section. 743-5551 CLASSIFIED ADS 743-5551 Somebody else wants it.Have something you no longer need? Sell it in the classifieds! (305) 743-5551 or ads@keynoter.com YOU HAVE IT.

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 10B Saturday,June 1,2013 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_+: NOW HIRING LINE COOK Apply in person Brutus Seafood 6950 O/S Hwy, Marathon NOWHIRING SERVER AND PART-TIME KITCHEN HELP. Apply at the Stuffed Pig, Marathon. PartTimeDataCollector RetailDatadeliversretail intelligenceviacustomized shopsthatfitourclients requirements.Weusestate-ofthe-arthardwareandsoftware toprovideobservable marketplacefacts.Our accurate,timely,cost-effective, andactionableinformation producesasuperiorreturnon ourclientsinformation investment.RetailDatahas metthedatarequirementsfor ourexpandingclientbase since1988. WearelookingforaData CollectorintheMarathonKey area.Thesuccessful candidatewillbeaselfstarter wholikestowork independentlyandenjoysa challenge.Thisposition consistsofcollectingretail pricinginformationingrocery, office,petandmassretailer locations.Priorexperiencein grocery,retail,merchandising, inventory,undercoverprice checksormysteryshopping highlydesirable.Mustbeable towork40hoursthelastweek ofeverymonth,and5hours thefirst3weeksofthemonth. Wepaydrivetimeandmileage aswellasthefollowing: Flexibleworkschedules Workindependently Feedbackforgrowthand development QuarterlyBonusopportunity forperformance Medical/Dentalbenefits effective1stofmonthfollowing dateofhire 401Kafter1styearof employment Forafulljobdescriptionandto completeanapplication, pleasevisitourwebsiteat http://www.retaildatallc.com. Nophonecallsplease.804678-7500 EXPERIENCED & RELIABLE, appliance repair tech. Must have valid drivers lic. & tools! Also hiring delivery drivers and installers. Call (305) 664-3662. F/T SECURITY GUARD NEEDED Islamorada area. 305-684-0033 MARATHON PLUMBER AND PLUMBERS HELPER. Must have clean driving record and be able to pass drug test. (305) 731-7797 20 Chaparral 1984. 2005 trlr, dual axel w/5000 lbs GVW. 2000 Suzuki, 140HP fuel inj. Must sell! $2000 for all. Grassy Key Marina. 443-735-9730 21 SPEEDCRAFT CC 200 hp Mercury. Runs good, SS prop, 2 axel trailer. $2000 158 Plantation Ave. 33070 (954) 829-1641. 30 Custom Island Hopper flybridge, low hr Twin Cummins Diesels, USCG COI, perfect fish, dive, charter. Must see! $125k. 872-3123 Carolina Skiff Specialists All sizes & models: Sea Chasers, Bennington pontoons & Hydra. sports. Call Ft. Myers for West Coast pricing! 800-955-7543 Boat slip for rent $200/mo. MM 99 oceanside. Up to 40 ft. catamarans, etc. No liveaboards. Water & electric included. (305)942-3055 DOCKAGE AVAILABLE MM 103 Oceanside $10 a foot, Live Aboards okay Utilities Available (305) 905-6867 RESERVE YOUR SLIP NOW! Summer Special $450/mo. Sombrero/Dockside Marina, www.sombreromarina.com 305-743-5563, Marathon 1 DAVE BUYS PERMITS So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark, Sword, Tuna. $$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869, 904-708-0893 29 COMMERCIAL Y & G 300 HP John Deere, low hrs. Fishing & trap pulling. Full electronics. $20,000 obo 305-522-2702, Islamorada 39 FITZ FISHING BOAT Powered by 3408 Catepillar, 2500 Stone Crab traps & tags. All for $128K or will separate. 239-825-4778; 239-825-4782 40 Fitz Lobster, Crab boat 8V92TTI. 2 1/2 -1 transmission Complete electronics. Twin hydraulic haulers. Turn key. $5500 Carlos, 727-326-2437 All types of permits for sale! Rock Shrimp, King Fish, S Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef & pelagic, Commercial Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf Snapper IFQs, Long Line Pkg. Many other permits avail. We buy, sell & broker all types of permits. Call before you buy or sell! Please call for prices. Licensed & Bonded. All permits guaranteed valid for transfer, many refs avail. John Potts Jr.321-784-5982, 321302-3630. www.shipsusa.com FrigidRigidCooler 155Qt Cooler.Used.Excellent condition.Sizeis36x21x21. LocatedinIslamorada.$650 954-802-9606ljdri@aol.com Have a Florida VSPL-RS-CD. Will lease. Call David Hagan 904-262-2869;904-708-0893 MERCRUISER MARINE 454 8 cyl., Borg-Warner trans., (case is broken). Eng. is less carb., starter & dist. Eng. has heat exchanger & risers. Eng. has been removed from Govt. owned boat & stored indoors for 10 yrs. Appears in ex. cond. but no warranty implied. Good for rebuild. $1500 1-305-633-1524. Located in Miami. Ask for George MTHN-Marine Storage : boats, trailers, campers, any clean storage OK on wheels. Best rates in town. Check with us first! Call Emil, 731-3386 NEWPLASTICSTONE CRABTRAPS$10 POSSIBLEFINANCE TRADESWELCOME 305-896-3223 5TH WHEEL TRAILER 31 2007 Cardinal LE, Immcaulate, King bed, 2 Lazy Boy recliners. $23,000. Call (305) 451-0561 1995 FORD TAURUS only 75K miles! 4-door, all in great shape. $1800. 305-743-9354, Marathon. AAA AUTO ALL YEARS! Junk-Used. Cars-Vans-Trucks Running or not. Cash. 305-332-0483 PARADISE TOWING is buying junked cars. Call (305) 731-6540 2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport 44K mi, hard & soft tops, roll bar, suspension lift kit, prem. stereo & satellite radio, prem. whls. $15,500. 305-923-0718 1992 Chev 1500 pick up Long bed with cap, white, runs good, looks good! $2200. 305-509-7159 2000 Chrysler Town & Country mini-van. Fully loaded, 91,000 miles. Beautiful condition! Asking $4800 obo. Stacy, 305-481-2094, Mrthn. D"G Cleaning Service Reasonable rates! House cleaning, vacation rentals, offices. 731-9817 or 942-1171 A/C ARTIC TEMP Res & Comml, Marine, Sales, Repair, Refrig, Ice Mach. Lic#CAC 053827, 743-5288 A/C Marathon A/C & Appl Sales and Fast & Reliable Service! Lic# CAC017490 Call 743-5051 A/CWindswept A/C & Appliances "Shut your windows, shut your doors, you aint gonna be hot no more!" Lic # CAC056989 289-1748 ELECTRICKelly Electric Serving the Middle Keys since 1980! Fair prices, dependable! Lic# EC525 743-6098 Plumbing Ernest E. Rhodes Lic# CFC1427241 10700 5th Ave, Gulf, Marathon 743-7072 CABINETS FREDS BEDS KITCHEN KORNER Real Wood Cabinets;Particle Board Prices. Mrthn. 743-7277 Concrete Designs Protect & beautify any concrete surface. Custom artwork by Ed Moran! Deco coatings, stained pavers etc! Lic# SP3136. 305-923-0654 www.keysdecoconcrete.com PEST CONTROL Charter Pest Control Your Local Company. All types of pest control. Ocean Reef to Key West. Contact us at 305-451-3389. REDECORATE IN A DAY Affordable decorating using existing furnishings. Also organizing, assist move-ins. Lybrand Redesign 292-2682 TIKI HUTS NEW & REPAIR 305-664-0099 Lic# CYC 000002 Stump Grinding Stump Grinding & Fence repair Lic. 1204. 872-9877 COURIER SERVICE PRONTO DELIVERY From Palm Bch to all FL Keys SAME DAY DELIVERY 6 days a week.305-322-1021 DIRECTOROFFINANCE/COMPTROLLERFloridaKeysMosquitoControlDistrictTheFinanceDirectorwillbeanactivememberoftheDistricts managementteam.Thispositionwillworkcloselywiththe ExecutiveDirector,OperationsDirector,andResearchDirectorto assistwithmanagementdecisionsandwiththeSupervisorystaff throughouttheyearwithbudgetingissues.TheFinanceDirector willplayalargeroleinproactivelyadvisingtheExecutiveDirectorandCommissioners aboutthepotentialfinancialimpactsoffutureactions.Thispositionrequiresa combinationofgoodfinancial,communication,andmanagementskills. Interestedcandidateswantingfurtherinformationgoto: www .keysmosquito.org BoardMeetings&Announcements-EmploymentOpportunities. AllqualifiedcandidatescansubmittheirresumetoMbehrend@keysmosquito.org TEMPORARYENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALISTII-MARATHONTheFloridaKeysAqueductAuthorityis acceptingapplicationsfora Temporary EnvironmentalSpecialistII ,whowill reporttoourMarathonlocation.Thepurposeofthisclassificationistoperforma varietyofenvironmentalservicesrelatedtoengineeringprojects.Theseservicesincludeenvironmentalplanning,permitting,andcompliancemanagementofFKAAfacilities.The incumbentconductsnumerousprofessionallevelactivitiesin theEngineeringDepartmentincludingenvironmentalmonitoringandreporting,andadministrationofthewaterconservation,reclaimedwaterandpinerocklandmanagementprogramsincludingcoordinationofcontrolledburns.Incumbent assistswithwellmonitoringprogramandperformsextensive databaseanalysis;providestechnicalinterfacewithcustomers,andassistswithgrant-related,environmentalprogramstofundfutureprojects.Min.Quals:Collegedegreein EnvironmentalScienceorBiologyrequired;supplementedby three(3)yearsexperienceinenvironmentalcomplianceand assessment;experiencewithinteragencycoordination,developmentregulations,GISsystems,andadministrativesystems. MustbeproficientinMicrosoftExcelandWord.ValidFLdriverslicenserequired.SalaryRange:$56,469.-$67,762.Deadline:06/06/13 On-LineApplicationfoundat:www.fkaa.com EEO/VPE/ADA 852-3216 743-5551 Call today to advertise your businessin theServices Directoryof our Classifieds section Starting at only $60 for 4 weeks in all print editions of The Keynoter and The Reporter plus online every day at Keysnet.com Search Public Notices Online Its your right to know:School District BudgetsLocal Tax ChangesProperty AuctionsPublic HearingsCity Budgets Search Public Notices Online at:www .KeysNet.com Mouse over Classifieds, then click on Public Notices