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Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
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Publication Date: May 1, 2009
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Southernmost


FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2009


-CHINFO Merit Award Winner



NAS Key West Armed Forces Day Showcase Saturday
FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS I- Uir L .


INDIAN OCEAN (April
23, 2009) Lance
Cpl. Christopher
Romero, assigned
to the 13th Marine
Expeditionary Unit
(13 MEU) embarked
aboard the amphibi-
ous assault ship USS
Boxer (LHD 4), cleans
the tire of an AV-8B
Harrier aircraft. Boxer
is deployed as part of
the Boxer Amphibious
Readiness Group/13th
MEU supporting mari-
time security opera-
tions in the U.S. 5th
Fleet area of respon-
sibility.
U.S. Navy photo by
MC3 Matthew Jackson



inside:

BLOWING SUCCESS:
Boca Chica Marina's
'Conchestra' wins it all
at competition.......3

FLU FIGHT: Know what
to do to lower your
family's risk ......... 5

TAKING OFF: Local
Sailor is on his way up
the ladder ...........8

TOP OF PAGE ONE:
A Boeing P-8A Poseidon
test aircraft T-1 conducts a
test flight April 25.


aval Air Station Key West will open its
Boca Chica Field gate to the public to cel-
ebrate Armed Forces Day Saturday from
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Visitors to the base will get to see military aircraft
up close and aviators will be flying throughout the
day. Various departments on base and other local
military services will be represented by exhibits
and demonstrations, including military working
dogs and firefighting capabilities. There will be food
and NAS Key West merchandise available for cash
purchase.
Children will receive a free "Junior Aviator Log Book,"
while supplies last, which they can use to meet the
commanding officer and other military personnel.

see ARMED FORCES page 3


A BIG SPLASH


7- ~ ~ aL9
U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr
AS3 Cory Chevalier, from Fleet Readiness Center Southeast,
and his wife Casey, play with Jax at the Dolphin Research
Center in Marathon Tuesday. Naval Air Station Key West's
Fleet and Family Support Center sponsored the trip to give
the couple some "family time" before Chevalier leaves for
an individual augmentee assignment


Naval Aircrewman from Naval Air Station Key West brief a visitor at last year's Armed
Forces Day Showcase at Boca Chica Field. The public is invited to this year's showcase
Saturday from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.



Air Force, Navy combine for


air combat skills training


BYAIR FORCE TECH. SGT.
DON NELSON
115th Fighter Wing Public Affairs

getting aside their
disagreements on
which state has bet-
ter cheese, pilots from the
Air National Guard's 115th
Fighter Wing in Madison,
Wis., honed their air-
to-air combat training
skills along side their
naval counterparts from
Strike Fighter Squadron 2
(VFA-2), Naval Air Station
Lemoore, Calif., during a
two-week training mis-
sion at NAS KeyWest.
The Wisconsin ANG
unit's 176th Fighter
Squadron put their F-16C
Fighting Falcons to the
test against FA-18F Super
Hornets from the active
duty Navy squadron. The


training missions fea-
tured air-to-air and air-
to-ground offensive and
defensive combat tactics
designed to simulate
real-world operations.
For nearly a week more
than 140 active duty Navy


aviators and support
personnel shared a large
hangar with 120 guards-
men from the 115th FW
to support eight mis-
sions a day.

see TRAINING page 4


-1
U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dan Richardson
F-16C Fighting Falcons sit lined up on the ramp at
Naval Air Station Key West. Pilots from the Air National
Guard's 115th Fighter Wing in Madison, Wis., honed
their air-to-air combat training skills alongside their
naval counterparts from Strike Fighter Squadron 2
(VFA-2), Naval Air Station Lemoore, Calif., during a two-
week training mission.












04





This Week in

SNaval History


May 1

1898 Battle of Manila Bay,
Adm. Dewey defeats Spanish
at Manila, Philippines.

May 2

1975 U.S. Navy departs
Vietnamese waters at the end
of evacuation.

May 3

1898 Marines land at Cavite,
Philippines, and raise U.S.
flag.

May 4

1942 Battle of Coral Sea,
first carrier vs. carrier battle,
begins.


May 5


1961 Cmdr. Alan Shepard
Jr. makes first U.S. manned
space flight. Flight of Freedom
7 (Mercury 3) which lasted
15 minutes and 28 seconds
reached the altitude of 116.5
statute miles with a velocity of
5,134 mph. Recovery was by a
helicopter from the USS Lake
Champlain (CVS-39).

May 6

1916 First ship-to-shore
radio telephone voice con-
versation from USS New
Hampshire off Virginia Capes
to SECNAV Josephus Daniels
inWashington, DC.

May 7

1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt
orders Pacific Fleet to remain
in Hawaiian waters indefi-
nitely.


'On the level' answers about consumption


A ere does alcohol
come from? What
Happens to it in
our bodies? Where does it
go? What effect does it have?
Few of us give these ques-
tions a passing thought as
we sip our wine, beer or spir-
its. As long as we enjoy the
taste and it makes us feel
good, the less we know, the
better. Right?
If you're
W consuming
more than six
drinks a day
you probably
S, should know
what it's doing
NAS Key West
CommandDAPA to your brain.
Among other
ACC (AW/SW) things, the
Christopher areas affected
Jones are involved in
reasoning and
how thirsty you feel alcohol-
ics are thirstier than teetotal-
ers for a reason!
Alcohol also causes can-
cer and heart disease, and
it wreaks havoc on the liver.
Thousands of Americans die
every year from cirrhosis and
alcohol-related diseases.



At the FFSC

Pre-Deployment Briefing
Thursday, 1 2:30 p.m.
This training provides informa-
tion on the individual augmen-
tation (IA) process, organiza-
tions that support deployment,
and financial readiness for the
deployment period. Spouses
are encouraged to attend and
learn about the local support
systems and resources avail-
able during the IA deployment.

The Fleet and Family Support
Center is at 804 Sigsbee Road.
Call 293-4408 ext. 28 to enroll. All
classes are subject to reschedu-
ling when enrollment does not
meet minimum requirement.
The hours of operation are:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Friday from 8 a.m. 4 p.m.
and Thursday from noon 4 p.m.


The irony is, alcohol is legal,
while other much less harmful
drugs aren't.
Of course, not everyone who
drinks has a drinking problem.
But what of people who can't
control their habit?

Five things you didn't
know about alcohol
1.The fall of the Roman
Empire has been blamed on
the consumption of alcohol!
Wine at the time was ferment-
ed and stored in vessels made
of lead, and an additive was
put in the wine to enhance the
flavor and stop fermentation.
The additive had a very high
lead content, and it is believed
that most of the Roman nobil-
ity who drank wine suffered
from lead poisoning, of which
mental instability is a symp-
tom.
2.Alcohol makes you sleepy,
but it affects the kind of
sleep you have.
By slowing the cortical EEGs
(the electrical activity of the
cortex), alcohol suppresses
REM, or dreaming sleep, so
you sink into slow wave sleep


A BOATLOAD


instead. Often when the sup-
pression of REM sleep ends,
which usually coincides with
a diminished blood alcohol
level, there is a "REM back-
lash," during which you spend
more time than usual much
later on in the night in dream-
ing sleep. This may explain
why you feel irritable and a bit
vague the next day.
3. Measuring alcohol levels in
the blood
Alcohol in the blood circulates
through the lungs and vapor-
izes into the air, so it's possible
to measure the alcohol level
in the blood and the rest of the
body by measuring the alcohol
vapor in exhaled air The device
that performs this test is known
as the Breathalyzer
4.What is the most popular
alcohol?
Wine is the most popular alco-
holic beverage with drinkers
followed by regular beer
5. Alcohol-related mortality
Alcohol is second only to tobac-
co as the major cause of drug
related mortality in United
States. The most common alco-
hol-related cause of death is
cancer



OD OF FUN

Paddlers Wanted!
Paddlers are sought
to power the NAS
Key West Dragon
Boat team in next
Saturday's "Battle
In The Bay" compe-
tition at Sombrero
Beach, Marathon,
Fla. Race spon-
sors donated an
entry to a Navy and
Coast Guard team.
An NAS Key West
team paddled to
victory in June 2005
at races held on
the Truman Annex
waterfront. Call
NAS Key West Team
Captain ACC (AW/
SW) Chris Jones at
293-2328.


Southernmost

Flyer

COMMANDING OFFICER
Capt. Steven Holmes
EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Cmdr. Michael Giardino
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
James E. Brooks
EDITOR
Trice Denny
STAFF
MC2 Rachel McMarr
MC3 Michael McNabb

This newspaper is an authorized pub-
lication for members of the military
service and their families. Its contents
do not necessarily reflect the official
views of the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the U.S.
Navy and do not imply endorsement
thereof.
The appearance of advertising in this
newspaper, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorse-
ment by the Department of Defense,
the Navy, Naval Air Station Key West or
Cooke Communications of the products
and services advertised.
Everything advertised in this publica-
tion shall be made available for pur-
chase, use or patronage without regard
to race, color, religion, sex, national ori-
gin, age, marital status, physical handi-
cap, political affiliation or any other non-
merit factor of the purchaser, user or
patron. If a violation or rejection of this
equal opportunity policy by an advertiser
is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse
to print advertising from that source until
the violation is corrected.
The editorial content of this newspa-
per is prepared, edited and provided
by the Public Affairs Office of Naval
Air Station Key West, Florida. The sale
of Southernmost Flyer advertising and
printing of the newspaper is performed
by Cooke Communications, a private
firm in no way connected with the
Department of Defense or the U.S.
Navy, under exclusive contract with
Naval Air Station Key West.
Additional copy and photo-
graphs provided by the readers of
the Southernmost Flyer should be
addressed to: Editor, Southernmost
Flyer, Public Affairs Office, Naval
Air Station, Box 9001, Key West,
FL 33040-9001. Copy can also be
e-mailed to andrea.denny@navy.mil.
Telephone 305-293-2027/2434. DSN
483-2027/2434.
Deadline for all editorial copy is 4
p.m. the Friday preceding publication.
All articles must be submitted on disk
in text format, written in upper/lower
case style. Advertisements are solicited
by Cooke Communications and queries
concerning such should be directed
to: Cooke Communications, 3420
Northside Dr., Key West, FL 33041.
Telephone: 305-292-7777.








NEX rewards students with its

A-OK student reward program


BY KRISTINE STURKIE
NEXCOM PAO

he Navy Exchange wants

to help its customers pay
for their children's col-
lege education through its A-
OK Student Reward Program.
Four times per school year,
four students will be the recip-
ients of a $5,000, $3,000 $2,000
or $1,000 U.S. savings bond
denominations at maturity.
The next drawing will be held
at the end of May.
Any eligible full-time student
thathas a B-grade point average
equivalent or better, as deter-
mined by their school system,
may enter the drawing. Eligible
students include dependent
children of active duty mili-
tary members, reservists and
military retirees enrolled in first
through 12th grade. Dependent
children without an individual
Dependent Identification Card
must be accompanied by their
sponsor to submit their entry.
Each student may enter only
once each grading period and
must re-enter with each quali-
fying report card.


lob title: Security Specialist
Hometown: Carlsbad, Calif.
Prior Duty Stations: FRCSE
Site Key West
Hobbies: Cake decorating,
fishing, golf.
Future Plans: Run away
with my husband, the love of
my life, and golf around the
world.
Most Interesting
Experience: My entire Navy
career, there was never a dull
moment.
Words of Wisdom: Laugh,
love and live like there's no
tomorrow!


To enter the drawing, stop by
any NEX with a current report
card and have a NEX associate
verify the minimum grade aver-
age. Then fill out an entry card and
obtain anA-OK ID, which entitles
the student to discount coupons
for NEX products and services.
The Navy Exchange Service
Command (NEXCOM) has been
offering students a chance to
win a savings bond through its
A-OK Student Reward Program
since 1998. Since the program
began, NEXCOM has awarded
$460,000 in savings bonds to
152 students with the help of its
generous vendor partners.


Lisa Patrocky


Boca Chica Marina 'Conchestra' wins award


BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

embers of Boca
Chica Marina's
"Conchestra" com-
peted in the Key West Conch
Blowing Competition last
month and won first place in
group performance. The tro-


phy and a plaque featuring
the members are on display at
Navigator's Bar and Grill.
This is the second year that
the marina residents have
competed in the event. The
2008 Conchestra also won,
and that trophy also is on dis-
play at Navigator's.
The 2009 Conchestra mem-


bers competing for the group
trophy were: Dale Armentrout,
Pam Hart, Debbie Baltier,
Robin Jung, Ned Bank, Richard
Martin, Carol Banks, Sandy
Quick, Brenda Barnhill, David
Quick, Gail Bert, Luke Sand,
Lori Gill, Dan Schroeder,
Dennis Gill, Pat Terrell, and
Stan Wilbur.


RV Park volunteers are recognized


BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

Naval Air Station Key
West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steve
Holmes joined MWR in rec-
ognizing a dozen RV Park
volunteers during a recogni-
tion luncheon April 15 at the
Sunset Lounge.
The volunteers acted as
camp and social hosts, orga-
nizing activities, cooking, driv-
ing, helping guests get settled,
and using their expertise to
make the park an attractive
and successful program for
visiting patrons.
The December through
April season attracted a large
number of patrons. In January,
the daily patron count was
27,414, 27,606 in February and
20,610 in March. The highest


number of RVs checked into
the park, including the Sigsbee
Park sites and overflow lot at
Trumbo Point, was 525.
The volunteers were pre-
sented with framed photos of
the three helicopters hover-
ing just above the Boca Chica
Field gate. The photos were
signed by Holmes and MWR
Director Tim Campbell. The
following volunteers were rec-
ognized:
* Sigsbee Camp Hosts: Michael
Szelogowski, Loretta Millner
and Terrance A. O'Leary.
* Trumbo Point Camp Hosts:
Donald B. Robbins, Calvin
"Butch" Cox, Mike Arnold
and Michael Mosca.
* Social Hosts: John E. Harris
(who also drives for vari-
ous MWR events), Glena M.
Harris, Eugenia Hamilton,
and Kenneth J. Blanford.


* Volunteers: Candice Eno,
Roy Murphy and Debra
Ohland.



Armed Forces
continued from page 1


Coolers, pets, and large
backpacks will not be allowed
on the airfield, and vehicles
and hand-carried bags are
subject to inspection for pro-
hibited items, such as drugs,
alcohol, and weapons.
Armed Forces Day is cele-
brated annually to recognize
and honor all military mem-
bers and the sacrifices they
make.
For more information,
please contact the NAS Key
West Public Affairs Office at
293-2425 or 2027.






II

STraining
Ll: continued from page 1


"This is the culmination of
our air-to-air training," said
SLt. Col. Erik Peterson, 176th
FS commander. "We typical-
ly only do this exercise once
Every year and a half and this
o allows us to simulate, prob-
Sably, the most challenging sce-
c narios we can."
Most of the combat flying
skills training is done back at
the home station, however, the
Key West air space is a unique
environment that offers the
ability to do things they would
not normally be able to do at
home.
"Over the water here, we can
go super sonic speeds at all alti-
tudes up to 50,000 feet and that
is typically hard to do with cer-
tain air space limitations over
land," said Lt. Col. Peterson.


military training in and around
Key West is more than 134,000
square miles that essentially is
free of commercial air traffic.
"Warfare today often relies
upon being able to operate in
a joint and coalition environ-
ment, so every event that can
reinforce those skills makes us
an evenbetter defensive force,"
said Capt. Steve Holmes, NAS
Key West commanding offi-
cer. "Collectively, that is what
makes NAS Key West the pre-
mier air-to-air training base in
the Navy."
The daily missions that pit-
ted the Air Guard and Naval air-
craft had each assumed a 'red'
adversary or 'blue' defensive
role depending on the scenario
given. Each pilot flew at least one
mission as either of these roles.
"The F-16C provides simula-
tion forus that, in some aspects,
we can't do with the FA-18F
itself," said Lt. Richard Lang,


The available air space for VFA-2 detachment officer-in-


6-Week Summer Term A: May 1 I -June 19t
6-WeekSummer Term B: June 22d-July 31s
12-Week Summer Term C: May I llh-July 31st






298206
View the Course Schedule online at ffc.edu82
or pick up the printed version at ny one
of our three campus locations.
Key West Campus
(305) 296-9081
Middle Keys Center
(305)743-2133 .
Upper Keys Center
(305) 852-8007


charge. "We get a tremendous
amount of experience and
exposure by seeing a different
type of aircraft and just fighting
something different than you do
on a normal everyday basis."
Watching the action from a
dark room with large screens
that would make video game
enthusiasts jealous are pilots
from both services. Inside the
tactical air control facility, real-
time interaction, as transmit-
ted from equipment on the air-
craft, is viewed, recorded and
evaluated which translates into
a scorecard of how each unit
performed their scenario.
In addition to the air-to-
air combat training, the air-
craft maintenance crews and
administrative support people
worked the exercise as if they
were in a real-world deployed
environment.
As part of the exposure each
unit had to a multi-service oper-
ation, the aircraft maintainers
participated in a swap program
that had Air Guard crew chiefs
help launch the FA-18s and
Navy plane chiefs do the same
with the F-16Cs.
"If we see something that they
are doing that is a great idea we
can bring it into our training
and make us a better team,"
said Master Chief Petty Officer
John Cloyes, VFA-2 mainte-
nance master chief.

St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
401 Duval Street
Welcomes the Military Family








Sunday
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a.m.
Sung Eucharist 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery
Holy Eucharist 11:00 a.m.
Deacon's Mass
Nursery Available in Parish Hall
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dan Richardson
ADAN Samantha Lynch of Strike Fighter Squadron 2 (VFA-2), Naval Air
Station Lemoore, Calif., worked alongside her Air Force counterparts
from the Air National Guard's 115th Fighter Wing in Madison, Wis.


The hangar facility where
the units are housed during
the exercises allows for all of
the operations, maintenance
and support elements to be co-
located. This allows for maxi-
mum collaboration between all
participants both Peterson and
Lang said.
Not only is everyone working
in close proximity of everyone
else, they are all housed near
each other as well. Off-dutytime
often requires carefully choreo-
graphed car pools for those who
want to go downtown.
"We are all within a one-block
area of each other andinthe eve-
ning you see folks out walking
around that you would not nor-
mally see if you were at home,"
said Maj. Matt Eakins, 115th FW


maintenance operations com-
mander. "Here we get the cama-
raderie of having to share a ride
everywhere you go."
Flying and maintaining the
aircraft are essentially only
two-thirds of the complete mis-
sion said Sen. Master Sgt. Steve
Veers, 115th FW first sergeant.
Lodging, food, transportation,
military pay and communica-
tion are just a few of the essen-
tial services that support per-
sonnel provide he said.
"We want to take care of all
of the little problems so they
can focus on fixing and flying
the jets," said Chief Petty Officer
Mike Grange, VFA-2 adminis-
trative chief. "It is our job to
make sure that everything goes
smooth."


LIEUTENANT
V1 JOEL S(Aiolliosl(uH l
Because of individuals of integrity
'::A \like you, America is a great country.
We will remember what you did to
protect and support America.


We'll always love you, Joel,
Your Family









Financial stability important aspect in earning a securil


FROM THE CNO PERSONNEL
SECURITY OFFICE
The ups and downs of
one's financial back-
ground are an impor-
tant aspect to getting a secu-
rity clearance. This brief covers
financial considerations and
the problems that could affect
eligibility to maintain access
to classified information for
all U.S. government civilian
and military personnel, con-
sultants, contractors, employ-
ees of contractors, licensees,
certificate holders or grantees
and their employees, and other
individuals who require access.
An individual who is finan-
cially overextended is at risk
of having to engage in ille-
gal acts to generate funds.
Unexplained affluence is often
linked to proceeds from finan-
cially profitable criminal acts.


Conditions that could raise a
security concern and may be
disqualifying include:
1. Inability or unwillingness
to satisfy debts,
2. Indebtedness caused by
frivolous orirresponsible spend-
ing and the absence of any evi-
dence of willingness or intent
to pay the debt or establish a
realistic plan to pay the debt;
3. A history of not meeting
financial obligations,
4. Deceptive or illegal finan-
cial practices such as embez-
zlement, employee theft,
check fraud, income tax eva-
sion, expense account fraud,
filing deceptive loan state-
ments, and other intentional
financial breaches of trust,
5. Consistent spending
beyond one's means, which
may be indicated by exces-
sive indebtedness, significant
negative cash flow, high debt-


to-income ratio, and/or other
financial analysis;
6. Financial problems that
are linked to drug abuse, alco-
holism, gambling problems, or
other issues of security concern;
7. Failure to file annual
Federal, state, or local income
tax returns as required or the
fraudulent filing of the same;
8. Unexplained affluence, as
shown by a lifestyle or standard
of living, increase in net worth,
or money transfers that cannot
be explainedby subject'sknown
legal sources of income;
9. Compulsive or addictive
gambling as indicated by an
unsuccessful attempt to stop
gambling, "chasing losses" (i.e.,
increasing the bets or returning
another day in an effort to get
even), concealment of gam-
bling losses, borrowing money
to fund gambling or pay gam-
bling debts, family conflict


or other problems caused by
gambling.
The following examples are
real-life cases in which the
individuals have had their
clearances denied due to poor
financial management:
* An applicant incurred sev-
eral debts between 1995 to
2003 that he did not pay and
did not list as delinquent on
his security clearance appli-
cation. The applicant failed
to dispel financial consid-
erations, personal conduct,
and criminal conduct secu-
rity concerns.
* An applicant, who had debts
discharged in bankruptcy in
1988, filed a Chapter 13 repay-
mentplanin2001.The Chapter
13 was dismissed because the
applicant failed to make the
required payments. The appli-
cant deliberately falsified a
signed, sworn statement made


U.

ty clearance L

to a Defense Security Service
agent after the dismissal, by ]
claiming he was making his B
Chapter 13 payments.
One applicant ignored two Ty
outstanding debts for many
years. His relatively recent "
attempts to repay these
debts were not a good-faithI
effort to repay overdue cred- r
itors. In addition, he lied g
about his financial condi- '
tion on a Security Clearance
Application.
In fiscal year 2007, the DON
CAF denied or revoked 173
clearances. Of that total, 1214
or 78.5 percent were due to
financial considerations. In
fiscal year 2008, the DON CAF
denied or revoked 1759 clear-
ances. Of that total, 1429 or
81percentwere due to financial
considerations. The majority
of these cases involved indi-
viduals in pay grades E3-E6.


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Armed Forces Day
SCommand Challenge
Armed Forces Day Command
SChallenge captains will meet
at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Boca
Chica gym to pick up their
Packets for the May 15 event.
o Commands will sign in at
,7 a.m. on May 15, with the
c5K race starting at 7:30 a.m.
Other events include: 100-yard
dash, 3-on-3 basketball, air-it-
out football, dodgeball, horse-
shoes, kickball, volleyball, golf,
whacky relay, tug-of-war, and
an ice-cream eating contest.
The Command Challenge
pits active duty personnel
from NAS Key West depart-
ments and tenant commands
in a day-long athletic competi-
tion. The event, organized by
the Sports and Fitness staff,
is in conjunction with Armed
Forces Day, May 16.
For more information, call
293-2480 or293-2683, ore-mail
evans.sportsnaskw@yahoo.
com.

Upcoming MWR events

*Dolphin Derby May 23
(Captain's Meeting 6 p.m.
May 22), Sunset Lounge and
Sigsbee Marina. Call 293-4434

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for information. Registration
and rules forms are available
at both marinas, the Fitness
Center on Boca Chica, ITT
on Sigsbee, and Beach Patio
on Truman Annex.

Liberty Events

Liberty activities are part of
the Navy's Liberty Program
and are only for single, unac-
companied active duty mili-
tary members rated E-6 and
below. If space allows, the pro-
gram activities are occasion-
ally opened to all active duty
at full cost.
* Sunday Jet Ski Key West. A
two-hour tour. $60. 10 peo-
ple max.
* Monday Free Movie night
at Regal. Feature film "X-
Men Wolverine."
* May 9 Sunset Cruise
"Commotion on the Ocean."
Free food and drinks. $20.
* May 16 and 30 Paintball
Key West. Arrive 12:30 p.m.,
game time 1. Cost $15.
* May 17 Florida Marlins vs.
LA. Dodgers. $5-reimbursed
on the van.
* May21 Sky Dive Key West.
$140. Five spots left!
* May 24 Marlins vs. Tampa
Bay Devil Rays. $5-reim-
bursed on the van.
* Every Tuesday Liberty
night at Sunset Lounge.
Poker, darts and food.
For more information, contact
Emma Harlow at 293-2682.


Vet Re-sale Clinic open
Thursday
The Vet Re-sale Clinic is open
from 4 6 p.m. each Thursday
(except on vet visit days) at
the clinic on Sigsbee. Call 293-
4191 for more information.

Saturday hours change
at Navigator's
Navigator's Bar and Grill hours
will change Saturday to 11
a.m. 5 p.m. Call 293-2468 for
information.

Hand-crafted jewelry
show at Navigator's
Jeanne Smith will host a
hand-crafted jewelry show
at the Navigator's at 5 p.m.
Wednesday.

Sunset Lounge 'Idol'
contest continues!
Sunset Lounge's very own
"Idol" twelve finalists will
begin Idol competition May
7; each week contestants will
be voted off until a winner is
selected June 3. Sign up at the
Lounge to participate; all con-
testants must be over 18.
* Tuesday Liberty Program
events for single Sailors E-6
and below. DJ Rick from 7
10 p.m.
* Wednesday Karaoke, 6:30
10:30 p.m.
* Thursday DJ from 7 10
p.m.
* Friday Live music this
week, Dave Aaron from 7
p.m. close.
* Saturday Live music from
7- 11 p.m.
The Sunset Lounge bar is open


4 10 p.m. Monday through
Thursday; 4 p.m. 1 a.m. on
Friday; 11 a.m. 1 a.m. on
Saturday; and 11 a.m. 10
p.m. on Sundays.
The kitchen is open for din-
ner 5 9 p.m. daily and for
lunch from 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m.
onWednesdays, Saturdays and
Sunday.
Call 293-4435 for more infor-
mation.

Runway Grill Lunch
specials
The specials are $6 and include
a fountain drink. Specials are
subject to availability. Healthy
alternatives are available sal-
ads, wraps and grilled chicken.
Call 293-2116 for more infor-
mation.
* Lunch Buffet 11 a.m. 1
p.m.
* Monday Piccadillo, rice,
black beans and vegetables.
* Tuesday- Meatloaf, mashed
potatoes and gravy, vegeta-
bles and roll.
* Wednesday Rib sandwich,
macaroni and cheese, baked
beans and vegetables.
* Thursday Lasagna, garlic
bread and vegetables.
* May 8 Fish, hush puppies,
steak fries and coleslaw.


May Fitness

Boca Chica Gym
Monday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
* 4:30 p.m. -Yoga 202
* 6 p.m. YogaVideo
Tuesday


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* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 11 a.m. Butts & Guts with
Jill
* 4:30 p.m. -Yoga 202
Wednesday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
* 11 a.m. Beginner Kayak*
* 4:30 p.m. -Yoga 202
* 6 p.m. YogaVideo
Thursday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 11 a.m. Butts & Guts with
Jill
* 4:30 p.m. -Yoga 202
Friday
* 5:30 a.m. Tommy's Boot
Camp
* 7 a.m. Command Fitness
Saturday
* 9 a.m. Butts & Guts
*Located out of the Boca Chica Marina.
Reservations required, call 293-2480.


Sigsbee Studio

Monday
* 6 a.m. Interval Command
Fitness
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Interval Strength
with Dale
* 4:30 p.m. Butts & Guts with
Monica
* 5:30 p.m. Kickboxing/
Pump with Jill
* 6:30 p.m. Spinning with
Colleen
Tuesday
* 5:30 p.m. Spinning with
Monica
* 6:45 p.m. Step with
Monica
Wednesday
* 6 a.m. Interval Command
Fitness
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Interval Strength
with Dale

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Military spouses, family members New flu strain


benefit from DeCA hiring focus E CONRO


BY CHERIE HUNTINGTON
Defense Commissary Agency

Wth nearly 18,000
employees world-
wide, the Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA)
offers "a match made in
heaven" for military spouses
and family members seeking
employment.
"Since its inception, DeCA
has served as a proud advo-
cate in hiring military fami-
lies throughout all levels of the
agency," said Patrick Nixon,
DeCA director and chief exec-
utive officer. "In fact, military
spouses now represent nearly
30 percent of our workforce."
DeCA maintains these
employment levels by using
various recruiting strategies
to attract and retain military
spouses, Nixon explained.
Since the agency recruits on
a continuous basis world-
wide through the U.S. Office
of Personnel Management,
military spouses remain a
critical source of high-quality
employees.



MWR update
continued from page 6


* 4:30 p.m. Butts & Guts with
Monica
* 5:30 p.m. Pump with
Colleen
* 6:30 p.m. Spinning with
Colleen
Thursday
* 5:30 p.m. Spinning with
Monica
* 6:45 p.m. Step with
Monica
Friday
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates with
Dale


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"We worked with the
Department of Defense
Priority Placement Program,
or PPP to establish the DeCA
Family Member Placement
Program," said Nixon. "Called
'Program M,' this facilitates
the continued employment of
current employees at commis-
saries as their spouses transfer
to new duty stations."
A similar "Program S" for
military spouse preference,
along with Executive Order
12721, Eligibility of Overseas
EmployeesforNoncompetitive
Appointments, provide quick,
easy methods to fill non-man-
agement positions within the
continental United States.
Since many candidates have
prior commissary experience,
these programs enable DeCA
to reduce recruitment time
and training costs, retain valu-
able employees, and help ease
transition anxieties for the
whole family.
"This is a win-win-win situ-
ation for DeCA, the military
spouse and the taxpayer,"
Nixon said. "Military spouses


* 9:30 a.m. Pump with
Colleen


Special Events

* Captain's Cup Golf every
Friday at 11 a.m. at Key West
Golf course.
* Captain's Cup Softball
Tuesday and Thursdays.
* Extreme Weigh-in Challenge
continues through May.

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generally don't elect additional
health and life insurance, and
there's no moving cost involved
beyond the service member's
permanent change of station,
so the taxpayer gets more bang
for the buck invested in the
commissary benefit."
Nixon said spouses are hired
under local merit promotion
announcements as well, and
they are afforded promotion,
training and career-enhancing
opportunities throughout the
agency.
An alliance with the Army
and corporate partners in the
Army Spouse Employment
Partnership, which DeCA
joined in 2004, pledges
enriched employment oppor-
tunities specifically for Army
spouses. "The purpose of this
partnership is to assist military
spouses in seeking employ-
ment, promotion and reten-
tion with DeCA or any corpo-
rate partner," Nixon said. "Each
partner dedicates resources to
work with spouses in these
endeavors."
While the Army program
naturally concentrates on jobs
for Army spouses, DeCA sup-
ports all military spouses and
family members, according to
Nixon. "We remain such an
integral part of military family
life that we can't help but feel
invested in whatever eases the
mind of military members as
they serve the nation," he said.
"Hiring spouses and family
members is just another way
for us to serve the needs of our
customers."

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In response to an intensifying
outbreak in the United States
andintemationallycausedby
a new influenza virus, the World
Health Organization raised the
worldwide pandemic alert level
to Phase 5 Thursday. A Phase 5
alert is a "strong signal that a pan-
demic is imminent and that the
time to finalize the organization,
communication, and implemen-
tation of the planned mitigation
measures is short."
The United States
Government has declared a
public health emergency in the
United States. CDC's response
goals are to reduce transmission
and illness severity, and pro-
vide information to help health
care providers, public health
officials and the public address
the challenges posed by this
emergency. CDC's Division of
the Strategic National Stockpile
(SNS) continues to send anti-
viral drugs, personal protec-
tive equipment, and respira-


-4
m
tory protection devices to all I
50 states and U.S. territories to
help them respond to the out-
break. The H1N1 virus is sus-
ceptible to some prescription F
drugs. In addition, the Federal
Government and manufactur-
ers have begun the process of'
developing a vaccine against '
this new virus.
* Influenza is thought to,
spread mainly person-to-
person through coughing or
sneezing of infected people. t
* Cover your nose and mouth
with a tissue when you cough
or sneeze. Throw the tissue
in the trash after you use it.
* Wash your hands often with
soap and water, especially
after you cough or sneeze.
Alcohol-based hands clean-
ers are also effective.
* Avoid touching your eyes,
nose or mouth. Germs
spread that way.
* Stay home if you get sick.
* Develop a family emergency
plan as a precaution. This
should include storing a
supply of food, medicines,
facemasks, alcohol-based
hand rubs and other essen-
tial supplies.










INBHC Key West Sailor on his way from Seaman to Admiral


SBY LOREN BARNES
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs

SospitalCorpsmanlst
Class Jamie Thomas
1 of Naval Branch
c Health Clinic (NBHC) Key
2 West, along with two other
SNaval Hospital Jacksonville
c (NH Jax) affiliated Sailors,
is making a life-chang-
ing transition through the
Navy's "Seaman to Admiral"
STA-21 program. Along for
the ride are two other suc-
cessful candidates from the
clinic's parent command
Naval Hospital Jacksonville,
HM1 (SW/AW) Amy Zabel


and HM3 Carolyn Ramsey.
All three applied for the STA-
21 program and were notified
of their acceptance to the pro-
gram last fall. Now they are
setting off for Officer Training
Command in Newport, R.I.,
where they will complete eight
intense weeks of core officer
training and college prepara-
tory classes. They will then
move on to three years of nurs-
ing school.
Thomas said both he and
his wife Sabrina are excited,
although there will be chal-
lenges. He will be away from
his wife and their 2-year-old
daughter Brianna during his


two months at Newport, but he
said, "It sure beats six months
in the sandbox deployed to
Iraq." He has deployed to the
war zone before, while serving
aboard USS Cape St. George in
2003, a tour he was proud of.
Thomas comes from a sup-
portive family. Randy and
Mona Thomas raised their son
in Faith, S.D.
"My dad has always been my
devil's advocate. He's always
encouraged me to stay in and
continue with this program,"
Thomas said.
What drives Thomas to
become a nurse is "being
bedside, being the one who


is actually there, helping heal
the patient and seeing them
get better." Thomas will realize
that dream through this pro-
gram as he completes nurs-
ing school at the University of
South Florida, Tampa.
STA-21 was initiated in the
1960s, by then-Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Mike Boorda,
the first CNO to have started
out in the enlisted ranks and
work his way to the top of the
officer community. He estab-
lished the program to boost
education and commissioning
opportunities for promising
enlisted leaders.
The program is challenging,
but it also offers robust ben-
efits and takes the Sailor to a
whole new level of opportuni-
ty and responsibility. Besides
medicine, there are many
other fields of study open to
STA-21 candidates. The service
member continues to receive
the full pay and benefits they
earned as an enlisted member
as well as a $10,000 stipend
per year for three years of edu-
cational expenses. Once com-
missioned, the candidates will
obligate for six years of service
as a naval officer.


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I


Candidates are intensely
scrutinized by two boards
and in a CO's interview. One
key factor to making the cut
is fully documenting every
bit of experience. The appli-
cation process includes a
written package and service
record documentation as
well as a verbal interview.
Everything about the Sailor
is looked at, from military
bearing to the candidate's
likelihood of success in the
program.
Experienced guidance
also helps a Sailor when
putting together a pack-
age. Thomas said NH Jax
Career Counselor HM1 Julio
Medina and HM1 Justin
Pryzbyla of NBHC Key West
were very helpful in getting
his package together.
The medical field, particu-
larly nursing, is a wide-open
career field today. Navy medi-
cine is an excellent oppor-
tunity for those interested in
caring for those who serve.
For full information on
STA-21 and other Navy med-
icine career paths see your
command career counselor or
visit www.sta-21.navy.mil.


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Contributed photo
HM1 (SW) Jamie Thomas and his daughter Brianna pose for a photo
at NBHC Key West. Brianna's dad will soon set off for Newport, R.I.,
to begin his transition into the officer ranks through the "Seaman
to Admiral" STA-21 program.


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Services At a Glance


Army destroys 60

percent of U.S.

chemical weapons


BY GREGORY MAHALL
www.army.mil

U.S Army Chemical
.J o Materials Agency
officials announced April the
destruction of 60 percent of
the U.S.-declared stockpile
under the Chemical Weapons
Convention.
This milestone was achieved
April 25. CMA reached the
50-percent milestone in
December 2007 and is poised
to destroy its two-millionth
munition in the coming
months, officials said.
"We have increased our
efficiency at destroying the
nation's chemical weapons
stockpile while maintaining
the highest safety and envi-
ronmental compliance stan-
dards," said Conrad Whyne,
CMA director. "This accom-
plishment is the result of a
true team effort between our
storage and destruction staff
consisting of both government
and contractor personnel, and


I commend the dedication of
the members of our highly
skilled work force."
"It took eight years to destroy
the first 10 percent of agent,
including agent destroyed
before the CWC entered into
force. Back then, the Johnston
Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal
System was our first operat-
ing facility, and we were still
mastering operations," said
Col. Robert Billington, CMA
project manager for Chemical
Stockpile Elimination.
"Since then, we have sys-
tematically applied the lessons
learned from JACADS and our
other operating sites to con-
tinually improve our efficien-
cy," he said.
Another big success of CMA's
chemical demilitarization pro-
gram is safety.
"We have worked hard to
instill a safety culture through-
out the program," said Greg
St. Pierre, CMA director of risk
management.
"Over time, our work force
has reduced our recordable
injury rate or RIR the rate
of injuries per 200,000 man-
hours worked which we report
to OSHA from more than 4.0
at JACADS to 0.62, our March


2009 rate. By contrast, the con-
struction industry RIR is 6.3.
Industries with a lower injury
rate are finance, data process-
ing and libraries," St. Pierre
added.
In reaching the 60-percent
destruction mark, CMA has
also reduced the overall con-
tinued storage risk from the
nation's stockpiled chemical
weapons by 94 percent.
Much of this reduction is due
to CMA's complete destruction
of VX and GB nerve agents at
its chemical demilitarization
sites, achieved in December.
The storage risk continues
to decrease with every new
destruction milestone CMA
achieves, officials said.
Destruction of chemi-
cal weapons is complete at
Newport, Ind.; Aberdeen, Md.;
and Johnston Island.
Operations continue at
CMA's remaining destruction
sites in Tooele, Utah; Umatilla,
Ore.; Anniston, Ala.; and Pine
Bluff, Ark. These sites are now
destroying or preparing to
destroy blister agent.
CMA continues to safely
store chemical-agent muni-
tions near Richmond, Ky., and
at Pueblo, Colo.


Photo courtesy ot www.army.mil
A chemical operations crew from the Umatilla Chemical Depot separates a rocket motor and warhead
sections on an M55 rocket. Operations continue at CMA's remaining destruction sites in Tooele, Utah;
Umatilla, Ore.; Anniston, Ala.; and Pine Bluff, Ark.


Cutter Mohawk to

receive new

commanding officer


BY LT. J.G. KRISTINE M. RICE
USCG Cutter Mohawk

A change of command cer-
emony is scheduled for
the Commanding Officer,
Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk,
at 6 p.m. tonight at Sector Key
West, Pier Delta Two South, in
KeyWest.
Coast Guard Cmdr. Jose A.
Nieves, Mohawk's commanding
officer, will relinquish command
to Cmdr. Robert Hendrickson
during a time-honored military
tradition that formally transfers
command.
Hendrickson, the current
executive officer onboard
Coast Guard Cutter Dallas, is
continuing a 28-year career.
His service began in 1981.
After 10 years of enlisted ser-
vice, he was selected to attend
Coast Guard Officer Candidate
School in Yorktown, Va.
Nieves, who has been in
command here since August
2007, will be assigned to
the Executive Office of the
President inWashington, D.C.
The strength and success of
today's Coast Guard stems in
large measure from the obser-
vance of customs and traditions,
each founded on need, each con-
tributing its share to stability, mis-
sion effectiveness, and smooth
transfer of authority. This simple
ceremony, passing authority to
yet another officer, reflects the
dedication of men and women
serving their nation proudly.
Inthepasttwoyearsand40,000
miles of steaming, Mohawk and
her crew have seized more than
$29 million in cocaine as well
as interdicted more than 300
migrants. Mohawk recently
returned home from a three
month dry-dock where the crew
and contractors completed
more than two million dollars in
necessary repairs.
The Cutter Mohawk is a 270-
foot medium endurance cutter
homeported in KeyWest.


ALPHA MAIL



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U.S. Marine photo by Lance Cpl.
Christopher Gallagher
Canadian Royal Army sol-
diers from Alpha Company, 3d
Battalion, 22d Regiment, fire
the M224 60mm lightweight
mortar during Partnership of the
Americas (POA) 2009. During
POA, U.S. Marines deployed
as Special Purpose Marine Air
Ground Task Force 24 (SPMAGTF
24), comprised of Marines from
the II Marine Expeditionary
Force, Marine Medium
Helicopter Squadron 764 (HMM-
764), 4th Marine Logistics
Group and the 24th Marine
Regiment, will train with part-
ner nation Marines from Brazil,
Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru,
Uruguay and soldiers from the
Canadian Royal Army. POA, which
is being executed simultaneously
with UNITAS Gold, is an annual
U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South
multi-national company-level
combined and joint exercise that
focuses on enhancing interoper-
ability between U.S. Marines and
partner-nation Marines in the
areas of amphibious operations,
non-combatant evacuation oper-
ations (NEO), peacekeeping and
disaster relief. "This year's goals
are to build capabilities to oper-
ate with partner-nations naval
forces aboard and off amphibi-
ous ships and to enhance
USMC and partner-nation NEO
interoperability for potential
regional natural disaster or relief
operations," said Col. Augustin
Bolanio, POA 09 exercise direc-
tor. In all, more than 25 ships,
50 rotary and fixed wing aircraft,
650 Marines, 6,500 Sailors and
four submarines will participate
in exercises POA and UNITAS
Gold.










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BY TRICE DENNY
Southernmost Flyer
More than 70 personnel from Naval Air
Station Key West participated in an Earth
Day beach cleanup April 24 on Boca Chica
Road. T1, cleanup netted 1,100 pounds
of trash, which was hauled off the beach
by NAS' Security all-terrain vehicles, and
carried to the collection facility in a dump
truck provided by Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit 202 Det. Key West. One .'.
lucky participant even found $101 in cash
buried in the grass!



































































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U.S. Navy photo by Carrie Backlund


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C 2007 Ford Focus, only 3,000 miles, (443) 942-1915
4 cranberry exterior, manual, two-door 120GB hard d
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C 2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, excellent NEX for $80,
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o 2005 R6 Raven, excellent condition, ROOMMATE
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including jacket, helmet, rain gear, tools Roommate wa
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2007 37' Keystone Raptor, 5th wheel tow$ plus 1/2
hitch included, entertainment center, 294-7130.
storage, separate door to living area,
large booth dinette, three-burner range, MM 10, walk
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2004 Rinker Captiva with 134 hours.
Kept covered and on included trailer,
includes spare anchor and propeller,
Garmin GPS Chart Plotter, XM/AM/FM/
CD stereo, Bimini top, $16,500, OBO,
Call Nick (305) 240-0258.
2005 Yamaha AR230, 23' wakeboard
boat, fits 10, tower and Bimini top, stereo
system, includes trailer, excellent condi-
tion, $24,500 OBO, call Shane or Beatriz
(305) 393-5476.
2003 Seadoo GTI personal watercraft
with trailer, $3,000, call Jack at (305)
295-9885.
2004 Yamaha Wave Runner XLT 800
10' three-person Jet ski, white with blue
trim, very good shape and low hours,
hardly used, with serviced trailer and
safety gear. Max speed 50 mph, $4,080,
call (703) 593-7624, ask for Andy.
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remaining warranty. Garmin 4208 with
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shower, five rocket launchers, Porto-
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Love seat, coffee table and end table
for sale, $30 for set, call (919) 244-
7016.
Two bikes, $45 each. Pacific brand,
practically new, great to ride around base
or Key West, moving and need to sell.
Call (919) 244-7016.
Day bed, twin mattress and frame, great
condition, $45, call (919) 244-7016.
Palm Pilot with carrying case, charging
dock station and collapsible keyboard,
$40. 12" DeWALT Miter Saw, paid $370,
selling for $195. Inflatable 3' x 10' pool
with a filtration pump, cover and all
chemical treatments, $95. 25" TV, $40.
Enviracaire Air Purifying Machine, paid
$225, selling for $90. Twin Peak Fender
Amplifier, 395 watt, with tubes, antique,
$250. Three-piece oak-colored bedroom
set, includes 5'-wide dresser and two
tall cabinets, $200, call Pete at (305)
849-2429.
Dining room table, hard wood with six
chairs and expandable table for sale,
$400. Bedroom package king size bed
set includes headboard, footboard, rails
and slats, four posts, dresser and mirror,
$700. PlayStation 2 with games, $100.


Breathtaking
needed in furr
heated pool,
court, sauna,
area, W/D, cen
less DSL, one
month, share
first three mo
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Diaz (305) 509-7185 or
5.
rive, brand new but won't
laptop, comes with wires
nation material, bought at
selling for $40. Call (412)

s, $30, call 294-3828.
Great condition $100,
great condition $20. Call
S(305) 509-7185 or (443)



nted to share new condo,
ce from the Coast Guard
ation, very close to down-
s 2/2, has washer/dryer,
of the electric, call (305)

to Geiger Key marina,
mate, large, private room
cable internet, use of
living room, covered out-
private swimming canal
ocean, large yard, great
s/smoking/drugs. Military/
preferred, $800/month,
s, off-street parking, call
395-2527.
ocean view, roommate
wished luxury condo with
Jacuzzi, lighted tennis
gated parking, car wash
tral A/C, D/W, cable, wire-
large bedroom, $1,000/
utilities, F/L/S paid over
nths, call Michael (305)
e message.


NAS Classifieds

location. Pets welcome, $1,400/month
plus utilities, (904) 262-2811 or (904)
718-4757.
2/2 beachside condo, gated community
with pool and tennis court. Available 5/1
for one or two-year lease. In excellent
condition, 1,100 square feet, small pet
okay, second floor balcony with view of
salt ponds, $1,850/month, F/S, call (305)
432-1427 or (609) 432-7266.
1/1 mobile home on Big Coppitt, near
NAS, patio with grill, vacant lots on either
side, tiled with carpet in bedroom, A/C,
W/D, shed, $875, call (305) 394-1242.
1/1 MM 15, call 745-1462.
2/1 MM 15, call 745-1462.
2/2 Summerland Key, renovated in
2007, 1,300 square-foot stilt home with
storage below, in upscale neighborhood
on deep canal with 50' seawall, easy
deepwater and back country access.
New kitchen, tile floors, balcony on
canal, central A/C, W/D, D/W, new appli-
ances, very quiet, $2,000/month, call
Sean (619) 647-1595.
2/2 Cudjoe, on boating canal, W/D, D/W,
beautifully remodeled kitchen with gran-
ite countertops. Great house in a super
neighborhood, $1,700/month, OBO. Call
(904) 477-2285 or (305) 797-8505.
3/1 French country cottage with fenced
double lot and garden, room for RV,
boat and extra vehicles, two blocks from
private boat ramp, bay/ocean immedi-
ate access and beach area, pets OK,
children can walk to Sugarloaf school,
$1,600/month, prefer year lease. Call
Dale (305) 849-5962.
4/4, walking distance to the beach.


FOR RENT Corner lot
3/2 on the golf course (6th tee). $1,900/ large deck, oi
month F/L/S. Call (305) 797-7015. spa, walk-in
1/1 with loft, on Flagler St, W/D, pool private balco
fenced yard, pet friendly, $2,000/month, complete lau
including utilities and cable, F/L/S, avail- furnished for
able May 1, call (305) 923-9080. (305) 61902
2/2.5 town-home on Stock Island, next FOR SALE
to Key West Harbor Yacht Club. Ocean 2/1, cement,
view, furnished, some utilities included, Central A/C,
small pets welcome, $1,873/month, F/L, 14'x29' porch
call Chad (305) 360-0747. A/C for office
2/1 MM30, Big Pine Key, very quiet, pub- round. Walk t
lic pool, W/D, $1,000/month, including all and SugarloE
utilities except electric. F/S, will negoti- lot adjoins hc
ate, call Priscilla (757) 818-5401. for RV, boat.
2/1 Condo for rent in heart of Old Town, $350,000 by
534 Margaret St. Tropical courtyard, JOBS
heated infinity pool, hot tub, furnished,
close to Duval, $1,850/month, available USG office c
May 1st. Call John (305) 797-0765. Annex seek
Big Coppitt waterfront studio apart- contractor fo
ment, full bath and kitchen, tile, A/C, repair, project
perfect for one or two, five minutes nil e
from NAS Boca Chica, off-street parking, property nve
boat dockage, W/D, great neighborhood, eligible fr
$900/month including utilities, military and commuan
preferred, (305) 296-4058. ity Twenty
2/2 Cudjoe Key, MM 23, furnished, week, four-n
50'concrete dock/seawall, deep water to one year.
access to ocean and gulf, storage, W/ ing on qualify
D, wide side porch. Long-term rental, Recruit@rccb
six-month minimum, call Maria at (305) in the subject
619-0288 or e-mail masflkeys@yahoo. KeyWest Or
com. experienced
2/2, Sunset Marina condo, top floor, Must have str
end of building, with views of the Gulf. cal/insurance
Sunset Marina is a private gated com- must be coui
munity with dockside heated pool, spa, work in a bus
clubhouse, assigned covered parking, speaking a p
guest parking, deep water access and 9797 or fax r
full-service marina. Across from KWGC,
boat slip also available for rent, $2,100/ SERVICES
month, F/S, call Maria at (305) 619-0288 Looking f
or e-mail masflkeys@yahoo.com. Commission
2/2 private bath with each bedroom, able seven d
furnished, private corner lot, off-street Christensen
parking, W/D, central A/C, $1,400, call a message.
Kevin at 294-4001. Nails by Rol
2/2 house on canal in Cudjoe, W/D, acrylic, gel,
central A/C, dishwasher, hot tub, great makeup, wax


with tropical landscaping,
outdoor bar, heated pool and
closets, Jacuzzi bathtub,
nies, only two years old,
ndry room. Can be rented
additional cost, call Maria,
88.


stucco block home for sale.
iled floors, French doors to
, one room detached with
e or studio, garden year
o private boat ramp, beach
af school. Extra 50' x 100'
)me for building or storage
Property is fenced. Asking
owner, call (305) 849-5962.


n NAS Key West's Truman
s part-time independent
r facility maintenance and
t coordination, simple tech-
ient troubleshooting and
ntory. Must be U.S. citizen,
ise access and have good
ills, excellent organizational
lications skills and flexibil-
aytime business hours per
nonth contract, renewable
Rate is negotiable depend-
ications. Send resume to
.osis.gov with "Facilities IC"
line.
thopedics is looking for an
medical insurance verifier.
ong people skills and medi-
background. Applicants
rteous, upbeat and able to
y medical practice. Spanish
lus, please call (305) 295-
esume to (305) 295-9796.


or a Florida State
ed Notary that is avail-
ays a week? Call Shanna
it (305) 879-7757 and leave

bin, manicures, pedicures,
glitter, special occasion
ing, tinting and ear pierc-


ing. Call Robin to make an appointment,
(305) 797-6634.
Free health coaching offered. Support
group meeting each Monday at 6:30 p.m.
at the Care Center on 4th and Patterson
Streets. Learn how to lose 2 5 pounds
per week, reduce medications, develop
healthy habits and avoid complications
of obesity. Please call Ruth at 305-923-
0288 or Debbie at 305-395-0910 for
more information.
Do you home school? Would you like to
be a part of the "Key West Sunschoolers"
home school group? If so, please call
(305) 619-0493, or check out our Web
site, http://floridakeyshomeschoolers.
blogspot.com/.You can also join us at the
Boca Chica bowling alley every Friday at
2 p.m. For base escort, call the number
above. We are open to all military, DoD,
and civilian homeschoolers.
Tupperware consultant looking to have
a party with you and your friends. We
have some great deals going on right
now. Interested in starting your own
Tupperware business? Give me a call
to set up your party! Call Emily Jones,
292-2266.
Health products for you and your fam-
ily. Products include shampoo, skin care
lines, anti-aging products, vitamins,
weight loss, makeup, aromatherapy, and
more. Check out www.arbonne.com and
reach me at ww.myspace.com/seno-
ritaokie for more information or if you
would like to see products. I offer a 10
percent discount for military and a free
gift with your first purchase. E-mail me
at brookiecg@hotmail.com or call (661)
350-8505.
Private swim lessons, infant swimming
resource. Individual self-rescue swim-
ming lessons for children from 6 months
to 6 years old. An infant from 6-12
months is taught to roll over to a "survival
float" from a face-down position in the
water. A child 12 months or older learns
a "swim-float-swim" sequence. The pro-
gram takes about four to six weeks to
learn and stabilize these skills. Contact
Lindsey Kahle at (305) 393-5006 for
more information.
Certified babysitter available week-
days from 4 11:30 p.m., anytime on
the weekends, short notice okay, junior
at KWHS with transportation. Contact
Jennifer at (305) 647-8577.
Seamstress at your service, all ser-
vice uniforms done to specifications, all
common sewing needs, hemming and
repairs welcome. Call any day (239) 938-
6854. Same day service available.
Baby Sign. Want to learn to communi-
cate with your child using sign language
before they can talk? 12 years ASL
experience. Call Kira for private or group
classes at (305)745-3621.
Interested in learning the basics of
racquetball or improving your current
level of play? For details call the only
AMPRO-certified instructor in the Keys,
Ronnie, at (504) 912-7081.
Mary Kay Robin has a full inventory
right here in Key West. Call her at (305)
797-6634 or go to www.marykay.com/
radiantrobin.
Writing services. Internationally pub-
lished freelance writer can help you
write the perfect piece. Need help with
a technical piece, language tutoring, or
editing? In addition to general writing,
I do medical, wellness and children's
writing. Please contact Sandy Kaster at
(305) 292-1558 or (813) 470-0222 or
pkaster@hotmail.com.
No time to clean? Housecleaning ser-
vices now available for weekends and
weekdays from 2 p.m. on. Base access,
reliable. Call Carmen at (321) 297-1215.
Do you need someone you can trust
to clean your house or walk your dog? If
so, call Thaksana at (248) 802-9342 or


e-mail thaksanalee31 @gmail.com.
Military seamstress services for minor
alterations and sewing of your military
uniforms. For more information or to
make an appointment, please call Dawn
at 304-0624.
Miraculous Miriam can clean your
entire house and take care of the yard
too. Specializes in cleaning carpets, tile
floors, yard maintenance, tropical land-
scaping. Call Miriam or Daniel at 393-
0439. Se habla Espahol.
Lisa Huber Pure Romance Consultant
#22557. Serving the Florida Keys. Find
out why I've fallen in love with Pure
Romance. Call 296-7605 or (843) 325-
7161. E-mail: lisahuber@pureromance.
com. Shop from the comfort and con-
fidentiality of your home at: lisahuber.
pureromance.com.
DaFloProductions Mobile DJ
Entertainment. Providing strictly the
hits for your dancing crave since 1989.
Mobile DJ service for all occasions
with state-of-the-art sound and light-
ing effects. Satisfaction guaranteed! Se
habla Espanol. For more information
and bookings call 872-4322, or e-mail:
dafloproductions@yahoo.com.
Kathy Brown's Cleaning Service. Maid
service, made easy. Need a little or a
lot of extra help around the house? We
can help you get it clean. Have avail-
able openings forTruman, Trumbo, Peary
Court and Sigsbee. Weekly or bi-weekly
rates. Call 304-2008.
Your Way Hairstyles. Curls, braids,
twists up or down. Weddings, proms,
homecoming or a night on the town. Will
come to you. Call Amanda for appoint-
ment at 896-0325.
Herbalife. Want to lose or gain weight,
add more muscle and gain an extra
energy boost or just simply get healthy?
Contact Ivan to show you how. Call
294-3571.
Want to AccelerateYour Life? Interested
in joining the Navy or Naval Reserves?
Just want to know more? Call BM2 (SW)
Shaun Mechalske at 293-2934 or stop
by the recruiting office at 1805 Staples
Avenue behind AutoZone.
Alterations by Ann. We handle all mili-
tary uniforms and civilian clothes. Dry
cleaning service also available. Stop by
at 3201 Flagler or call 292-1112.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department at Naval Air Station Key
West is seeking sponsors for the upcom-
ing Dolphin Derby and Fourth of July
events. The Dolphin Derby, May 22,
and the Fourth of July family event,
on July 4, are open to active duty mili-
tary and their families, retirees, Coast
Guard, DoD civilians and DoD con-
tractors. Sponsorship in the form of
cash, tickets or services is used to
support the events; in return, sponsors
are given promotional visibility in base
publications and at the event. For more
information, or to participate as a spon-
sor, please call Jolene Scholl, MWR
Marketing Coordinator, at 293-2503, or
e-mail jolene.scholl@navy.mil.

NAS KEYWEST CLASSIFIED are free
for active-duty and retired personnel,
their families and civilian base employ-
ees only. Deadline for submissions is
noon the Tuesday prior to that Friday's
issue. Make submissions to the NAS
Key West Public Affairs Office by e-mail,
rachel.mcmarr@navy.mil; mail, P.O. Box
9001, Key West, FL 33040-9001; or fax
submissions to 293-2627. Unless other-
wise directed, ads will run for four issues.
Name and phone number must accom-
pany all requests in order for them to
be considered for publication. For more
information, call 293-2434.






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ADVERTISERS
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please check your ad
the first day it appears.
In the event of an error,
we are responsible for
the first incorrect inser-
tion of an ad. The Citi-
zen does not assume
responsibility for any
reason beyond the cost
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CANCELLATIONS
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placement fees and
non-refundable (for fre-
quency days canceled).
Ads may be removed
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placement fee remain-
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CHANGES
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placed only acceptable
minor changes can be
made to the ad.

COMPUTER PROBLEM
24/7 Onsite Service
Home: $45.00/hr + Travel
Key West to Key Largo
305-849-5252

FAMILY CAT MISSING
Female w/long tail, short
hair, declawed front
paws, left paw injured.
Angel. Grey w/white
paws & chest. 393-9719

Private Infant Care
In your Key West home
by retired Toddler
Teacher. Available to
care for a new baby of
working Professional
Mom. Experience with
Twins and Fragile New-
borns. Call Geraldine at
(305) 294-8012
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REVERSE MORTGAGE
For purchase or Refi
No credit/income
FHA, VA, Fannie
Palm Beach Mortgage
800-352-7885
Anytime


SOMETIMES
The best employee is the
one you haven't been
looking for. Relocating to
KW and looking for Mgmt
or Exec. Asst. position
and possibly a second
server/bartending job
starting July-Aug. '09.
View my res. and info at:
www.Daradiseiobseeker.com
** Will be in KW, 4/19-26;
available for interviews.


ASSISTANT CHIEF
ENGINEER
The Pier House Resort
2 years Hotel/ Resort
exp., general under-
standing of plumbing,
electrical & HVAC neces-
sary. Carpentry skills are
a plus. English fluency is
a must, bilingual a plus.
Basic computer skills.
Stable work history &
verifiable work refer-
ences required. F/T
w/great benefits pack-
age. Free parking & shift
meal. Drug-Free
Workplace.
Apply at Human
Resources.
One Duval St., Mon Fri
10am 4pm or
fax confidential resume
to 305-294-0037
M/FIDV EOE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Institutional Accreditation
position at Florida Keys
Community College. This
position provides leader-
ship for the College's
compliance with accredi-
tation standards of the
Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools
Commission on Colleges
as directed by the presi-
dent. Requires a related
Master's degree and five
years related experience.
Generous benefits pack-
age. Pay based on edu-
cation and experience.
Application and
information available at
www.fkcc.edu or contact
Human Resources
305-809-3118
EOE M/F/D/V
ADJUNCT
INSTRUCTOR
In Clinical Nursing at
Florida Keys Community
College. This position be-
gins fall term 2009 and
requires a 12 hour clini-
cal shift. Requires a
Bachelor's degree in
Nursing. Master's degree
preferred. Clinical experi-
ence required, teaching
experience preferred.
Pay based on education
and experience. Applica-
tions and information
available at
www.fkcc.edu or contact
Human Resources
305-809-3118
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BILLING SPECIALIST
F/T Key West Respon-
sible for Medicare, Medi-
caid, Pvt. Ins & patient
billing. Requires exc.
communication skills; 2
yrs. of billing exp; ability
to work well with 3rd
party payors; attn. to de-
tail; exc. customer
service & computer
skills, proficient w/ex-
cel & willingness to learn
new things & cross train
w/ acctg. position. Home
health, hospice or medi-
cal office experience pre-
ferred. Degree preferred.
Reports directly to CFO.
Competitive wages &
benefits. Submit resume
& cover letter w/salarv
req. to:

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JUMP STARTYOUR
CAREER TODAY!!
The Key West One-Stop
Career Center is offering
an opportunity to Jump
Start Your Career.
Working with experts at
the Sullivan & Cogliano
Training Ctr, Inc., in Mi-
ami. The One-Stop Ca-
reer Center is funding
qualified applicants for
on-line computer pro-
grams. Successful com-
pletion of these programs
will lead to recognized
certification in areas
such as Microsoft Offices
Specialist, Network Tech,
System Admin. & Web-
site Developer.
Call The Key West Ctr.
Today @ 292-6762.
Ask for Kelly or Kenny
to pre-register &
pre qualify.
Orientation is scheduled
for Tuesday May 5th.
Courses are taken at
home, at your own pace,
under our guidance.
The Key West One-Stop
Career Center is a
non-profit agency funded
by the U.S Department of
Labor & The State of
Florida. There is never a
fee for their services.


MARINE CANVAS
FABRICATOR &
UPHOLSTERER
Needed for a busy ma-
rine shop. Applicants
should have a compre-
hensive background in all
aspects of marine fabri-
cation and upholstery but
would be willing to train
the right person with up-
holstery background.
Ability to work with lim-
ited supervision and ba-
sic accounting would be
preferred but not essen-
tial. This job is located in
Bermuda and offers a
competitive salary, com-
pany benefits, Medical
and Dental plus reloca-
tion assistance. Inter-
ested applicants should
submit resume and at
least two references to:

SEW WHAT SHOP
PO. Box DV 763
Devonshire, DV BX
Bermuda
Telephone:
441-232-0917
Cell 441-535-0917
sewwhatshop@logic.bm


DETENTION DEPUTY
TRAINEE

The Monroe County
Sheriffs Office is accept-
ing applications for the
next Detention Deputy
Trainee Academy start-
ing July 2009. MCSO
will pay for your new ca-
reer (tuition, books and
salary). Full application
and required testing must
be completed and re-
ceived by May 22, 2009.
Applicants can apply on-
line at www.kevsso.net or
contact Tondra Davis at
tdavis @ kesso.net or
292-7044. EEO/AAP
MORTGAGE MANAGER
Keys Federal Credit Un-
ion is currently looking for
an experienced Mortgage
Manager to join our credit
union. 5 to 10 years of
retail mortgage manager
experience required.
Extensive knowledge of
mortgage products and
lending, including thor-
ough knowledge conven-
tional loan requirements
and real estate law re-
quired. Excellent analyti-
cal and field underwriting
skills. Excellent oral and
written communication


and leadership skills.
High school diploma or
equivalent required, a
Bachelors Degree pre-
ferred. Good credit a
must. Visit www.kesfcu.ora
to obtain a job applica-
tion. Fax applications to
294-0558. Please in-
clude resume and cover
letter with application.
E.O.E.
ALONZO'S
NOW HIRING
For Line Cooks.
Apply in person at
700 Front Street or
Call 294-5880.
MWR
NAVAL AIR STATION
KEY WEST
COOK LEADER -
TRUMAN ANNEX
$14.53 hr. (No benefits)
Must possess thorough
knowledge of food prepa-
ration. Must be able to
pass a back ground se-
curity investigation and
Hold a valid drivers li-
cense. Announcement
closes on 04 May 2008
You may request a com-
plete Job announcement
and a federal application
package By mailing
katherine.brown @nav.mil
Or call Eva Valenti-
Kennedy 305-797-1555


GRAND CAFE
Now hiring, FT/PT expe-
rienced Servers, Host/
Hostess. Great year
around position. Apply in
person 314 Duval St.
Al IS EXPANDING
Mechanic needed. Must
have scooter and harley
repair experience. Must
be able to pass drug and
background screening.
Must have own tools.
Email resume to
sunshinekw@gmail.com
NAVAL AIR STATION
KEYWEST
SIGSBEE POINT,
SUNSET LOUNGE
Bartender $ 11.53 hr.
Lead Bartender $12.63hr
(both positions are: flexi-
ble schedules) No bene-
fits, must be able to pass
a security investigation,
have knowledge of drink
preparation, safety and
sanitation regs,have the
ability to oper. Computer-
ized cash register and
excellent customer rela-
tions. To obtain a job an-
nouncement and a fed.
application pkg. email
katherine.brown 1 @navy.mil
or call Steve Lynch
305-797-1135


Friday, May 1, 2009






CHURCH SECRETARY
P/T, 3 hrs per day, Mon -
Fri. 9am-noon. Exp. in
Microsoft word, Excel,
Outlook & other office
duties. e-mail resumes to
pcpckw@bellsouth.net

EQUATOR RESORT
All male guest house
seeks full-time front desk
position. Excellent salary
plus cash gratuities and
paid vacation. Fixed
shifts with set days off.
Applicants must apply in
person. Call 294-7775 for
appt.
PIER HOUSE RESORT
Guest Services Agent
(Front Desk),
Banquet Captain,
Server, P/T On Call
Banquet Staff,
P/T Spa Housekeeping
Attendants
Steady, verifiable
work history & current,
strong experience re-
quired. English fluency is
a must. Excellent bene-
fits associated w/ f/t posi-
tions...Health, dental, vi-
sion, flexible spending,
Aflac, 401K. Shift meal &
parking. EOE, M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace
Apply: H/R Dept.
One Duval St.
M F, 10am-4pm


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is now hiring. Must have
valid Drivers license.
Call 305-292-0077 for
more information.
APPAREL SALES
Experienced Full Time
Sales Associates needed
$10.00 per hour.
Plus commission
Benefits available.
Please call Sandy
305-296-4557
207 Simonton St.
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace.
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
at
WESTIN KEY WEST,
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WEATHER STATION
AND BANANA BAY

Sunset Key
*Bartender F/T

Westin
*Houseman F/T

*Previous applicants
need not apply again.

Drug Free Work Place -
An Equal Opportunity
Employer Apply in Per-
son 245 Front Street,
Key West or Email
Resume to:
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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


ENERGETIC PT SALES
Person( Fri-Mon) needed
for jewelry shop at 432
Greene St. Salary/Com-
mission. No experience
required. Apply in per-
son. 305-294-0899.
RETAIL SALES
Full-time and part-time
retail sales $10.00/hr
plus commission
for busy downtown gift
store. Includes 2 weeks
paid vacation with
Medical & Dental benefits
available after eligibility
period.
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St
8:00am to 4:30pm.
296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace
STREET ENTERTAINER
Wanted to wear As Seen
On TV Key West cos-
tume. Call 850-582-0032.
SUNSHINE RENTALS
IS EXPANDING AGAIN
Sales Agent and Man-
gers needed. A valid driv-
ers license required. Min.
2 years exp. req. Must be
outgoing and able to
pass drugs and back-
ground screening. Email
resume
sunshinekw@gmail.com
Please no phone calls.


Medical Biller/Ass't
Big Pine Key, Full or Part
time. Must have medical
billing experience. Fax
resume to 305-872-0985
or call 305-942-6147
Tour Guide Part Time
Truman's Little White
House.
Please call Sandy
(305)296-4557
207 Simonton St.
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace
WAREHOUSE/SPONGE
PROCESSING
Full Time
.$12.00 per hour
Benefits available
Please Apply in Person
207 Simonton St.
(305)296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace

Schwinn 7 speed bikes,
Brand New, $150 each.
440-532-1228


Sofas, Tables, Chairs
Beds, Dressers & more.
First Quality. Also
China, Fine Art Prints &
other household items.
1514 Petronia St. Come
by Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm.
295-7063.


48" glass table + 4 Rat-
tan chairs, thick cushion
$160.305-295-0447.
2 Danish Modern Teak
Stools w/backs, counter
height, Almost new $190
305-295-6246

New Pilates Machine
Used once. $200.
294-5764.
UPS POWER BACK-UP,
APC Symmetra LX 4kVA
scalable to 8kVA N+1
Tower, 208/240V Input,
208 /240V and 120V Out-
put, barely used,
$5,500.00, call
305-797-0525

52" Large Screen TV
w/ beautiful glass stand
$812obo 305-872-1473

**PROFESSIONAL**
REDUCED!!!
large old town brand new
4BR superlux house.
Own queen size beroom
w/lg flat screen TV. Pvt
swimming pool. Share
with 1 other only $299pw
first 2 months, minimum
6 month lease.
305-896-4004


ROOMMATE TO
SHARE
Beautiful very large
3BR/2BA on clean canal.
Room for boat. Best of
everything. MM 21. $750
744-6464

OCEANFRONT Stk. Is.
Lg rm. $650/Sm rm. $550
Pvt. bath, WOW cable,
garden & Lg dock. W/D
F/S 896-4245 296-2116

Priv. Bedroom & Bath
In a 2BR nicely furn apt.
Old Town. Clean &
quiet. W/D, OSP C/A/C
$235/wk. 586-615- 3559.

Seeking Roommate
Furnished Large bed-
room. Walk to beaches.
Full use of home. $700
month plus utilities. Call
Chris 305-896-6503.


ROOM FOR RENT
In a beautiful historic
house in the meadows.
Pool, W/D, DSL,
$900/mo.incl. util.
305-292-3713


716 DUVAL ST.
HEARTBREAK HOTEL
Stay in the heart of Old
Town. Beautifully fur-
nished, immaculately
clean, full kitchens, tile
baths, cable TV & cold
A/C.
Starting at $99/night or
$399/week
296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.ora

EFFICIENCY
Lower Duval St. South-
ern Cross Hotel. Fur-
nished, kitchenette, pri-
vate bathroom, short
term, or long term. Start-
ing at $313-$359 per
week. Avail. immed. Call
294-3200 for terms, view-
ing & to apply.
ROOMS -OLD TOWN
Singles $190 and up.
Doubles $210 and up.
Private entrance, private
bath, W/D, no alcohol, no
drugs, sorry, no pets.
Four week minimum.
292-1551
Lg., Clean, Quiet, Furn.
Room. New Town. Ca-
ble, C/A/C, W/D, OSP,
$235/wk and utilities
included. 586-615-3559


SEASIDE RESORT
1/1 $900/mo + Utils F/L/S
Possible Rent to Own
Purchase includes 2001
Yamaha Zuma Scooter
305-797-2779
Furnished 1/1 Mobile
In VO. Resort, MM23,
No pets. $800/mo inc.
elec up to $100, water,
garbage, sewer. F/L/S.
Ref. 716-308-7418.
2/1 MM 10,
On the water, private
compound. ref. req. good
for 1 or 2 adults, no dogs.
$875 305-294-5086
BIG PINE KEY
Furn. 1BR in quite neigh-
borhood, W/D, includes
cable & most utils. $650
+ security 305-849-3121



$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to
Key West.
Call Joe 305-304-6627


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VENTURE OUT
Cudjoe Key, Water front,
2bd/2ba, pool & tennis
privileges, Furn or Un-
furn, $1400/mo F/L/S
305-434-5977

KEY WEST
2BR/1BA. Updated, tile
floors, nice yard. OSP.
$1,350 all utilities in-
cluded. (305)797-6553

Summerland Key mm25
Sm., cozy, furn. 2/1.
$800/mo. inc. elec. (up to
$100), water & cable.
F/L/S. 872-7824


HISTORIC BUILDING
In the Truman Annex.
Penthouse apt. overlook-
ing the Gulf of Mexico.
2BR/2BA. Gourmet
kitchen, large reception
areas and waterfront ter-
race. Pool. Avail April -
Dec. $2,300 mo. incl. util.
F/L/S. Sorry no dogs.
305-294-1490.

**2/2 TRUMAN ANNEX**
Clean 2 porches, pool,
sm. pets. Newly painted.
W/D. $1,890/mo. F/L/S
Long term. 440-796-3778

PREMIER OLD TOWN
GATED COMMUNITY
Owner's completely re-
modeled/furnished 1/1
condo. HD cable with 42"
Plasma TV, Broadband,
WiFi, VOiP, Amenities
Galore. Security/Parking
/Pool. $1,800/mo. + Utili-
ties/Cable. F/S. 1 year
lease. No Pets Smoking.
References Credit/Back-
ground check. 305-851-
7488. kwoldtown@aol.com

1800 ATLANTIC BLVD
2BR/2BA, heated pool,
tennis, on beach. 6 mo
lease from $1750 F/L.
Available May 10th.
Call Vic Musmanno
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
Real Estate Co.
305-294-0123


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Available Now!

Salt Ponds 2/2
Las Salinas 3/2 & 2/2
Large Duplex 2/1
Priv. Homes 3/3 & 2/2
Cottages 1/1

Visit our website:
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for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
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Oceanview La Brisa 2/2
New kit w/granite, W/D,
covered balcony & park-
ing. $2,375 Furn or un-
furn. See MLS#
110308 & 110009 at
kevwestmls.rapmls.com
KW Golf Club
Ginormous 3/3 town-
home. Top drawer ap-
pointments. $2,400. See
MLS#110357 at
keywestmls.rapmls.com
AmeriRealtyCorp.
296-7706

3 BR & 2 BA CONDO
$1680 mo. Las Salinas,
Key West. Move in
ready. W/D, A/C & pool.
Vic Musmanno, P.A.
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
305-294-0123
2/1 @ SANTA CLARA
remodeled, nice,
$1300/mo.+Utils. F/L/S,
no pets. Call 292-0267
leave message
KW BEACHFRONT
2 BR/2 BA Condo.
6 mo. or 1 yr. lease
@ 1800 Atlantic. Small
pets ok. Pool & hot tub.
$1750mo. F/L/S.
Vic Musmanno
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
305-294-0123
SALT PONDS CONDO
2BR/2BA, C/A/C, W/D.
Pool in common area. No
Pets. Garbage/Sewer/
Cable incl. $1,500/mo. +
elec/water. F/L/S Call
Mike 305-395-3474

SHIPYARD CONDO
2BR/1BA, walk to Duval,
gated, nice patio, pool,
annual lease. $1800/mo.
F/L/S. I have other prop-
erties avail, for lease in
Key West.
Call Gale Shepard,
305-294-6069.
www.kevwestbvthe sea.com
SANTA CLARA CONDO
Pool & tennis courts.
2BR/2BA, wood floors,
modern kitchen and bath-
room. $1,350/mo plus
utilities F/L/S. Call
292-1437 or 587-1359.
SANTA CLARA CONDO
New Town, 2BR/2BA
tennis, pool. $1,400/mo.
Sorry no pets. Avail. now.
305-923-0517.
3229 FLAGLER #201
2BR/1BA, central A/C,
tile throughout, W/D.
$1,250, F/S
305-304-2012.


2BR/2BA COTTAGE
In meadows. W/D, cable,
wireless, possible pets.
sm backyard. $1,400 +
util F/L/S, 6 mo. lease.
923-9202.
LIVE ON THE WATER
1BR/1BA At Safe Har-
bour Marina. Furn or
Un-Furn. $1,500/ month,
incl. util & cable TV.
F/US. Pets welcome.
CallChuck 305-304-4217.
FULLY FURNISHED
1BR/1BA. A/C + all util.
pd. By owner. Clean &
private. Call
305-304-1311.
Furnished Efficiency
Single only, private en-
trance, private bath, loft.
A/C, W/D, $800 mo.
$200 dep. All util. incl.
305-294-5418. Avail 5/1
716 DUVAL ST.
HEARTBREAK HOTEL
Stay in the heart of Old
Town. Beautifully fur-
nished, immaculately
clean, full kitchens, tile
baths, cable TV & cold
A/C.
Starting at $99/night or
$399/week
296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.ora
TROPICAL 1BR
1 person apt. on open
water + canal. MM10.4
beautiful & private.
$1,100 incl. all util & sat-
ellite TV. 305-797-1284.
RENT TO OWN
44'HOUSEBOAT
w/dockage w/o motors





$28,000.00
Professionally Built from
aluminum. Located in
Stock Island, KW area.
Large & comfortable.
Lots of sunshine, Great
waterfront view w/ocean
access. Avail 5/1
305-304-4911 or
boomboomcharters@aol.com
EFFICIENCY
300 FRONT ST.
2nd Floor totally reno-
vated, Outdoor patio,
private bath, C A/C, ce-
ramic tile throughout,
from $900/mo & up in-
cludes all utils. F/LS, no
pets Joesi 305-942-6026
SMATHERS BEACH
2BR/1 BA fully furnished
2 pools + tennis ct.
$1,550mo + util +sec.
Prudential Knight
and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155


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1BR/1BA
Beautifully furnished,
centrally A/C, 37" LCD
HD TV, ceiling fans, jet-
ted tub, OSP, tile counter
tops and floors, shared
pool in tropical setting. All
util. incl. $1,450, yearly
lease. 305-942-9916.
SMATHERS BEACH
3BR/2BA fully furnished
renovated, cent A/C,
2 pools + tennis ct.
$1,800 mo + util +sec.
Prudential Knight
and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
LARGE 1 BR APT
In Key Haven. Central
A/C, W/D, no smokers or
pets. $1,300 mo. util. incl.
F/L/S. Avail May 1st.
305-294-1119.



KEYWEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.kevwestrealtv.com

GREAT OLD TOWN
LOCATION
Clean upstairs efficiency
1BR/!BA with tub. Tile
floors. $925 F/S/S

WILLIAM STREET
2BR/2BA w/small loft.
Tile and wood floors,
sunken living room,
stackable W/D hook-up.
$1,750/mo. inc. water,
S/G. F/S/S Pets welcome

JOSEPHINE ST.
2BR/1BA, tiled floor,
washer hookup, D/W,
new appliances, ground
floor apt. Great location
close to Smathers Beach
$1,300/ mo. F/S/S

BERTHA STREET
2BR/1 BA, terrazzo floors,
D/W, new appliances,
ground floor apt. Great
location close to Smath-
ers Beach. $1,250/mo.
F/S/S

3BR/1 BATRAILER
Stock Island. On the
water, fenced in yard;
pets welcome.
$1,400/mo.




1223 White Street
1 & 2 bedroom units,
starting @ $1134 + util.
Must qualify for KW
Workforce Income Caps.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269


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OLD TOWN
1 Block from Duval St. 1
block to Historic Sea-
port. 1BR/1BA, first floor
with parking. $1,200,
F/L/S. Sorry No Pets
305-797-5406.

1BR+ LOFT/2BA
Patio, on Simonton & Ea-
ton $1,500. F/L/S. No
pets. 917-386-4866.

HISTORIC SEAPORT
308 Peacon lane,
2br/1.5ba, 750 sq. ft.
W/D, no smoking/no pets
$1400/mo+ utils, $1000
security, Avail Now.
Paul 305-923-3740

STOCK ISLAND
Private entrance
Avail May 1 st, $800/mo
incl all 1 or 2 person,
305-923-4309

STOCK ISLAND
2BR/1 full bath apt. 40'
private palm entrance.
Pets OK $1,500/mo. in-
cludes all util + cable,
$600 sec. dep. (305)
879-6200

1/1 OLD TOWN 2ND FL
Meadows, recently reno-
vated, bright & clean,
lovely front & back
porches, Lg. Bedroom w/
walk in closet, cent a/c &
heat, W/D, satellite &
DSL, Sewer & Trash incl.
$1600/mo 293-7688

NEXT TO BEACHES
3BR/2BA, laundry, OSP,
central A/C, 1 year lease.
$1,750 per mo. plus $500
sec. Call Judy 797-7127.

MID TOWN
Available now. 2/1 New
kitchen & bath, huge
closets, laundry room,
decks. two parking
spaces $1475/mo F/L/S
plus utils.. Must see!
305-304-3371

STOCK ISLAND 1/1
Clean, Good neighbor-
hood, F/L/S $950/mo
call Steve 747-0020 or
Bobby 797-6461

1213 FIRST ST.
2BR/1 BA duplex with
fenced yard. $1,200 mo.
Avail now. Call Steve
305-304-7275.

LUXURY 2/2
All appl, W/D, whirlpool
tub, pool, OSP, F/L/S,
Pets OK, avail May 1,
$1900 +, 305-294-2553

$1600/MO 1821 HARRIS
Apt.B, 3br/2ba, c-ac, tile,
w/d hookup, lease, park-
ing, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000


NewTown Large 1BR
Available immediately,
Reduced rate of
$1,080/mo. 3101 Riviera
Call 305-296-6863
MOVE IN
"SPRING" SPECIAL
Your First Month at
1/2 Price
Rents starting at $1200
(sewer/garbage included)
OLD TOWN,
Call For Details
Location 3 Real Estate
292-8982
TRUMAN AVE. APT.
1/1 avail, now. Great lo-
cation in Old Town. Lg.
walk-in closet. Non-
smoking. $1,290/mo.
F/L/S. 296-1979 for more
information.
2/1 BIG COPPITT
Quiet neighborhood,
fenced yard, upgraded
kitchen, A/C, W/D.
$1,400/mo + utilities
F/L/S (703)459 8816
INTHE 900 BLOCK OF
DUVAL STREET
Large 2BR/2BA with bal-
cony on Duval. Some
pets considered. Avail.
June 1. $1,600/mo. F/L/S
304-3250
OLD TOWN FLEMING
1/1, Tall ceiling, wood fls.
ceiling-fans, clean, no
dogs, 1 2 people only
$1275/mo incl. water &
sewer Avail.5/1 294-8607
BEAUTIFUL LG. 1/1
Old Town, Elizabeth St.
Newly renovated. 2nd Fl.
Porches, Dade Pine,
$1,600+elec. 797 -7779
1 BEDROOM 1 BATH
Very priv. Ig. yard on ca-
nal, incls all utils & cable.
NICE NICE NICE,
CLEAN, CLEAN CLEAN
Avail. May 1st. $950.
contact Gilda 294-2483.



FREE RENT
WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
Call for details
Now Leasing
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Starting at *$1250
UNDER NEW MGMT.
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
Key West FL
305-294-3124
3/2 Duplex Old Town
Corner of Catherine &
Thomas, a/c, w/d, ceiling
fans, clean & fresh.
Ocean View from
upstairs balcony
$1950/mo. F/L/S
305-797-6461


BPK 1BR/1BA CANAL
Patio, W/D, no smoking,
pets. $800 + F/L/S. Ref.
603-823-7149.

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
$750/mo incl all util.F/L/S
Stock Island, Call Javier
305-766-5284
UNFURNISHED
1BD/1BATH LOFT
apartment available.
Walking distance to
shopping, Dr. Offices,
parks and Duval. A/C, re-
frigerator, and oven in-
cluded. Sewer and gar-
bage included. Off street
parking and located on
bus route. Avail. May 1st.
Call 281-450-8677.

OCEAN WALK
APARTMENTS
KEY WEST
Office open Monday,
Wednesday, & Friday
9am-6pm. Tuesday &
Thursday 9am-7pm,
Saturday 10am-5pm,

Pool, tennis, laundry
center, basketball court,
pets welcome, covered
parking and much more!

Rent starting from
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms
1/1 646 sq.ft.
2/1 768 sq.ft.
2/2 840 sq. ft
3/2 1,048 sq. ft
1,075 sq. ft.

ALL UNITS AVAIL
NOW!!
We do not accept
sec. 8
(305)292-1230
2015 ROOSEVELT DR.
2BR/1BA duplex with
fenced yard. $1,500 mo.
Avail now. Call Steve
305-304-7275.
900 BLOCK OF DUVAL
Large renovated studio,
ceramic tile throughout,
outdoor patio.
$1125/mo. F/L/S
1 year lease. No pets.
Joesi 305-942-6026
500 BLOCK OF DUVAL
Totally renovated 2/1,
2nd floor, Central A/C,
outdoor patio,
tile throughout,
parking available
$1450/mo, F/L/S, no pets
Joesi 305-942-6026
FIRST MONTH FREE
Efficiency $785/mo. (plus
utilities). Quiet, clean,
balcony. New Town, no
pets. Total required to
move in $1,570. Yearly
lease only!
SBX Commercial
Real Estate LLC.
296-7920


***OLD TOWN***
** REDUCED**
Large Lux. 2BR/2BA
house, furnished, 1
block from Duval in ex-
clusive small gated com-
munity, 50' heated pool.
New kitchen, large side
deck. $1,299 every 2
wks for first 2 mo. 6 or
12 mo lease.
305-896-4004
GOLF CLUB 2BR/1.5BA
Renovated + porches,
butterfly garden, pool,
all appl. inc. W/D.
$1,700 mo. + util. + sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
LG 2BEDROOM/1BATH
Designer furnished,
Ocean Side Ramrod Key,
Prestigious Breezeswept
Beach Estates. Full 65 ft
deep water dock, W/D,
cable, WiFI, fenced yard
central a/c, pea-rock,
yard maint/ pest control
included, Avail May 15th,
$1600/mo Pets OK.
305-773-1010
OLD TOWN SUMMER
RENTALS
One to five bedrooms.
One to six months
starting $1,700/mo.
Call Corey@ Historic
Hideaways
305-294-3064
or email:
corev@historichideawavs.com
DOWNTOWN
3/1 Simonton Private fur-
nished $2,500.00

2/1 midtown apt
Downstairs unit private
deck $1650.00 FLS

1/1 apt
New kitchen granite
counter top tiles through-
out, Parking $1,300.00

Sugarloaf Shores

2/2 Open Water View
Large Screened Porch
$2,200.00 FLS

3/2 Open Water
Corner lot
Boat davits, gorgeous
view split floor plan
$2,700.00

Vacation Rental
3/2 Open Water MM15
Fully furnished $3,000.00

Downtown vacation
rentals
Call for rates

Dasha Ray
Island Group Realty
305-797-8505


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LONG TERM RENTAL
2 bed 2 bath Furnished
Garage, davits, views
of Great White Heron
Reserve Big Pine.
Great fishing, double lot

Summerland Key
Brand new 3 bed 2 bath
Granite countertops,
beautiful kitchen, pool.

2 bed 2 bath Furnished,
concrete seawall
Pine Channel Estates
Big Pine Key

Susan Rich
305.923.1496
Exit Realty, Big Pine Key
Sugarloaf Waterfront
Furnished, 2BR/2BA,
great kitchen, airstrip &
marina privileges. Very
private & perfect sunset
view. $2,500 + util.
Avail 5/1 (305)745-2773
**BRAND NEW **
**OLD TOWN**
REDUCED!!!
1st. letting. Gorgeous
2br/2ba Furnished, $450
per week min. 6 month
lease 305-896-4004
3/2 CANALFRONT
Big Pine Key. Avail. May
1st. No pets, $2,000 mo.
plus until. F/L/S. Call
305-304-8210.
3/2 Meadow's House
Pool, OSP. Avail now.
Short term rentals possi-
ble. $2100/mo + all utils.
609-412-5341
LARGE 3BR(4)/2.5 BA
Pool, pets considered.
Avail 6/1. $2,500 /mo 6
month or 1 yr. lease
781-635-8313
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. Monthly or 6
months to 1 year leases.
$3200 to $3500 per
month 305-797-4708



AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekevwest.com

OLDTOWN
1/1 apt in heart of
Old Town
Spacious bedroom
washer/dryer
Available Now
$1,000/ mo F/L/S

2/1 bright & sunny apt
w/ balcony and
washer/dryer
Available Now
Cats ok
$1,500/ mo F/L/S


1/1 second floor apt
In historic building
w/ small loft
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$1,250/mo F/L/S

1/1 cottage
Private hot tub
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$1,450/ mo F/L/S

2/1.5 apt with
fenced yard
Great location
washer/dryer HU
Pets considered
Available June
$1,600/ mo F/L/S

2/2 Charming S/F home
w/private pool and
tropical spacious outdoor
living area, Furnished
Available June thru Dec.
No pets
$2,000/ mo F/L/S

2/1 home
Fenced in w/ large deck
Wood floors
w/lots of character
Pets considered
Available Mid June
$1,700/ mo F/L/S

MID TOWN
1/1 apt
Shared laundry
Affordable housing -
Must qualify
Pets considered
Available Mid May
$950/ mo F/L/S

4/2.5 home plus den
Gated community
Furnished on water
private pool
Pets considered
Available Now
$3,000/ mo F/L/S

2/1 furnished cottage
Fenced with private pool
Outdoor shower
Avail May 1st- Dec.
Pets considered
$1,500/ mo F/L/S

KEYWEST GOLF CLUB
3/2 Townhome
w/screened in porch &
fenced yard w/deck
Pets considered
Available June
$2,100/mo F/L/S

2/1.5 Townhome
Fully furnished
w/private hot tub
Pets considered
Available June








18 Southnernot Flyer


$1,800/ mo F/L/S

STOCK ISLAND
2/1 single family
Fenced yard w/carport
Washer/dryer HU
Pets considered
Available May
$1,625/ mo F/L/S

BIG COPPITT
Roomy immaculate
3/2 Home w/ garage
situated on canal
Open water views &
boat ramp
Pets considered
Available Now
$2,200/mo F/L/S

See pictures and more at
www.athomekeywest.com
AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
REAL ESTATE CO.
296-7975
Cute As Bee's Knees
1/1 Casa Marina, fenced
yard, W/D, new kitchen &
bath. $1,695/mo. F/L/S.
Henry 305-296-7706.
OLD TOWN
Thompson Lane. 2BR
2BA, c/A/C, W/D, OSP,
no pets. $1700 C21 All
Keys 294-4200 x 19 Rob
BIG PINE 3/2
Quiet area, large lot on
canal 1,200 sq. ft.,
$1,300/mo. OBO F//S
(305)745-1935
1400 Block of Flager
3BR, fenced yard, deck,
C/A/C, W/D, OSP,
$1,800/mo. C21 All Keys
294-4200 x 19 Rob Rey
616WHITEHEAD ST.
1/1 Cottage, by Green
Parrot. $1,350 per mo.
$2,700 to move in.
4/01/09. Call Blaine at
305-304-7275.
BIG PINE KEY HOME
2/1 on stilts, fenced in
yard, concrete dock
w/davits, new appl.,
lovely neighborhood,
avail. imm., $1,800/m w/
annual lease. Call Erin @
727-363-3245.
NEW TOWN
1BR/1BA, Ig deck
appl + W/D hookup
off street parking
$1,000 mo. + until + sec.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155.
3 BR 2 BA half Duplex
$1850 per mo. F/L/S
Big Coppitt 1 BR house
part furn or unfurn.
pets ok,
$1000 per mo. F/L/S
Owner is Lic. RE Broker
Property Management of
Key West, Inc.,
305-296-7744
info@vacationkevwest.com


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2- LIKE NEW HOMES
3/2 @ 849 Hawksbill La.
On deep canal, W/D,
3/2 @ 19401 Crane Blvd.
Corner of Canal Dr. W/D,
Key Haven Apt.
A/C, deep canal. Rent
$1,300 incl. all util,
All new condition.
No termites or roaches.
Both on Sugarloaf Key,
Near School 296-7358
or 352-328-4007
SUMMERLAND KEY
SUNRISE VIEW
Lovely 3BR/2BA, vaulted
ceilings, tile floors., large
porch with water view,
wrap around balcony,
1,600 sq. ft of enclosed
area downstairs storage,
fenced back yard 90'x50'.
Available 5/1.

Call Jim Wright for
more details
305-304-4504 or email
samensch@bellsouth.net
*****AMAZING*****
OCEAN VIEWS
** REDUCED**
only $1299 every 2
weeks for first 2 months.
K.W. 2br/ 3ba, 2,000sq.ft.
large luxurious new
home overlooking the
ocean. Probably 1 of the
best addresses in Key
West. Concrete construc-
tion 3 story house, 2 car
garage all new S.S.
appl., granite counters,
private elevator
pool. 305-896-4004.

A Key Real Estate, Inc.

2BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME
All appl., clean, utils. inc.
$1,200/mo. F/S

LITTLE TORCH KEY
2-3BR/1BA canal home,
lower unit, appl., seawall,
A/C, screened in porch,
$1,390/mo F/S

KEYWEST
3BR/3BA townhouse,
fully furnished, all
appl's, cent A/C,
screened-in porch, cov-
ered patio, OSP,
$3200/mo. F/S

305-872-4144

2/1 OLD TOWN
New renovation, big yard,
deck, W/D, cent A/C,
D/W, Hrdwd firs. $1800/
mo.F/L/S (305)923- 0054
LARGE HOUSE 3/2
Storage, boating & yard.
Summerland Key, MM25.
Great Location!!
$2,000/mo 305-745-1514


BIG PINE DUPLEX
newly renovated. 2/1
central A/C, D/W, W/D
hook up. Deep clean ca-
nal. $1200. 872-9004
1009 EATON ST.
Old Town, 2BR/2BA, 2
decks with hot tub. Up-
dated recently, granite
counters, stainless appli-
ances. With in walking
and biking distance of
everything. $1900/ mo +
Util. Dade County Pines.
Cathy 717-761-7801
DUCK AVE HOME
2/1, new kitchen & bath,
fenced backyard, private
driveway. $2,000/month
F/S. Call 305-304-1123
to view.
GREAT DEEP
WATER ACCESS
2BR/2BA, newly ren-
mode, granite counter
tops, pets welcome,
$1,600 mo. F/LS Call
Chuck 304-4217.
6529 Maloney Ave.
Unit #14 3/1 $2,000/mo
All util incl. private water-
front & dock.
Unit #6 1/1 $1000/mo
All util. incl.
Call- 305-304-0267
305-304-9749
ELEGANT & SPACIOUS
3 Bed, 2.5 Bath, well ap-
pointed house with pool,
ample parking, & excel-
lent location. Avail.now.
$3250 +util. Ask For:
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269
HALF DUPLEX
1221 1st St. 2/1, com-
pletely renovated, state
of the art a/c, w/d, all new
appliances, OSP, en-
closed yard, pets/children
OK, Avail. 5/1 $1700/mo.
F/LS (305)896-2807
WATERFRONT, CALM
quiet, 2/2, open floor
plan, tile throughout, full
appliances, cen A/C, ga-
rage parking, workshop,
storage, ground floor pat-
ios, large second story
decks, open views, 47ft
seawall, $2000/mo F/L/S
Military Family Disc.
305-240-0759
1031 SANDY'SWAY
Marquesa Court
Brand New NEVER
LIVED IN, Luxiourous
4BR/3BA home with
pool, covered porches,
carport and gazebo. Lo-
cated in a quiet
cul-de-sac, walking dis-
tance to shopping areas
and only minutes to
downtown Key West.
$3800/mo Call 745-2060


SOLANA VILLAGE,
2BR/2BA, available now.
New paint, backyard, ga-
zebo. $1,600/mo. + util.
305-896-6789.
BPK CANAL FRONT
2/1, clean, W/D hookup,
tile, oak kitchen, seawall,
quiet. $895 mo. F/L/S
706-969-9082
1/1 w/loft on Flagler
3600 block near Roose-
velt, W/D, pool, fenced
yard, pet friendly,
$2000/mo inclu. utils. &
Cable TV, F/L/S Avail 5/1
305-923-9080
COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Great House
3 BR / 2.5 BA w/pool
$2200 per mo + Utils
Avail 6/1

KWGC Spa House
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail 5/1
$1900 per mo + utils

KWGC Conch
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail 6/1
$1800 per mo + utils

KWGC Cottage
3 BR / 2 BA avail 6/1
$1900 per mo + utils

Shipyard
2 BR / 1 BA avail now
$1850 per mo + utils

Furnished

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR/1.5 BA avail 6/1
$1900 per mo + utils

KWGC Conch
2 BR / 2 BA avail now
$1800 per mo + utils

KWGC Cottage
3 BR / 2 BA avail now
$2200 per mo + utils

Petronia
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail now
$2500 per mo + utils
Private pool

Shipyard Condo
2 BR/1 BA avail 4/1
1 assigned parking space
$2000 per mo + utlis

Shipyard Condo
2 BR / 2 BA avail 5/1
$2000 per mo + utils
6 mos lease

Truman Annex-Porter Ct
2 BR / 2.5 BA avail 5/1
OSP, pool view
$2000 per mo + utils

Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480
Or 888-884-7368
www.compass-realty.com


GEIGER KEY
Beautiful, clean, quiet,
2/1 on canal, 1800sq.ft.
incl. appl., W/D hookup,
Military preferred. F/L/S
$1500/mo 305-240-0860
SUGARLOAF KEY
19524 CANAL DRIVE
3 BR/2 BA, no security,
no last, utils NOT
include, $2000 / mo,
305-304-0267 or
305-296-5932
3BR/3BA NEW HOME
at 1621 Rose St Lg deck
w/pool, off street parking.
No Smoking, small pet
ok. 6 months to 1 year
lease. FLS $2800/mo
305-797-4708
KW GOLF CLUB
HOUSE
$2,100 total 2/2.5 w/car-
port and private pool.
234 Golf Club Dr. Call
Dan @ 419-602-0515.



2/1 DUPLEX BIG PINE
Two units avail. Deep
canal. Tile firs, granite
counter tops, fenced yd.
boat slip. $1,200 + utils.
305-587-1212
Large 3/2 Canal Home
Ramrod Key. Florida &
laundry room, A/C, all
new appliances, deck &
stairs. Totally fenced.
Well maintained. Long
term lease $1,900/mo.
305-797-0794.



OLD TOWN SUMMER
RENTALS
One to five bedrooms.
One to six months
starting $1,700/mo.
Call Corey@ Historic
Hideaways
305-294-3064
or email:
corev@historichideawavs.com


PRIME COMMERCIAL
UNITS FOR LEASE
OLD TOWN:
521 Fleming St.
Beautiful Corner Unit
1145 SF for $3195 per
month including NNN
OLD TOWN:
513 Fleming 2nd Floor
Suites, Office & Studios
315-1600 SF starting at
$625 month incl. NNN
CONCH PLAZA:
2506 North Roosevelt
5074 SF at $23.50 per
SF including NNN
FIRST MONTH RENT
*FREE*
ISLAND PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
305.292.0025


1100 TRUMAN AVE
800 sq.ft, Good Location,
$1700/mo + taxes,
Immediate Occupancy.
561-523-0626

Commercial For Lease
Search over 50,000 SF
of Key West office and
retail space for lease at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
Search property for lease
and see the asking rents.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155

GREAT LOCATION
Small open space for
rent. $2500/mo,
606 Duval St.
305-304-6424

OLD CITY HALL
510 Greene St. 1st floor,
2950 sq. ft. w/parking,
subject to state approval,
$6,330/mo.
292-6718 or 304-1453

ITALIAN RESTAURANT
&TAKE OUT
10 seats, turnkey ready
to go. Rear apt also.
SAIL & CANVASS
SHOP
Turnkey for rent on
Maloney Ave. With addi-
tional space inside & out.
GROCERY STORE
WITH FULL KITCHEN
Old Town. Large corner
double lot with plenty of
parking.
Residential/Commercial
use. Also For Sale.
Mr. Dan. (631) 445-4163
624 WHITEHEAD ST.
Large. rooms, Could be
used for retail or offices.
renovated,owner realtor,
296-7063
TURNKEY
READYTO OPEN
RESTAURANT
98 seats, hi-sound li-
censed, 223 Petronia
$4,800 NNN Negotiable
305-304-6424



Highly Visible Address
1223 WHITE STREET
commercial space flexi-
ble terms. 1 year or for-
ever. Brand New w/good
parking, Retail or profes-
sional office spaces.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269


Friday, May 1, 2009





BIG PINE KEY
600 sq. ft. office available
in ERA Real Estate build-
ing MM 30. $1250/mo.
util incl. (305)744-8259
OFFICE SPACE
White Street Healing Arts
1217 White St. 5/1 $680
incl. utl. call 292-7222
Nice, Big Office Space
Lots of light. Great loca-
tion in Old Town. Easy
access, Brand new.
$700/mo includes every-
thing. 305-296-4275
1400 SQUARE FEFT
OFFICE SPACE
On 2 levels, Furnished
3144 Northside Dr.
$2800/mo 305-797-6738

STORAGE
Industrial Warehouses
Sizes vary.
Storage Containers
On our site or yours.
Call (305)294-0277





$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1 BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627


Realty Executives Keys
JUDY K. PETKEWICZ
Is Their Top Producer
#1 AGENT for 2008
305-304-8304
$497K, canal CBS pool
3/2 home, game room,
tropical, 100'concrete
seawall/dock, large lot.
New Listing $199K
Open Water/ocean lot,
Cudjoe harbor.
Cudioe New $599K
2007, 1700sf 3/2 canal frt
Lg master ste, Ig deck +
scr porches, davits, dock.
Summerland $799K
1940 sf unique canal
home huge lot, seawall
boatlift, decks/porch
Summerland $529,000!!
Attn:pilots-landing strip
2003 CBS 3/2, Big
boat,canal, granite tile fir
Ramrod $579,000
Canal front, furnished +
rental income. 2 living
areas, CBS, 1,820 sf.,
4/2, conc seawall, fenced
Little Torch. 2132 sf
Family treasure, beauti-
fully remodeled & fur-







Friday, May 1, 2009






nished! Lg master ste,
3/2+loft, lower storage
end, scrd porches,quick
ocean access.$699K



JUDY'S OPEN HOUSES
IN CUDJOE GARDENS
SAT& SUN, MM21
SEE BELOW VALUES
New Listing 3/2 $838K
Looking for the best, de-
signer kit,big boat basin,
q ocean access. 120'cwall
Custom CBS 2772sf.
Elegant/spacious, split fir
plan, designer kit, 110'
seawall/dock+davits
$14,384 Now $1,198K
Great Location 3/2,
Lg lot,100' seawall, 15K
lift +davits. $699K
9th Ave. West $659K
CBS,1500sf, open fir
plan, tile firs, garage, scr
porch, 80'seawall, davits,
paved drive, SUPER!
$895K New canal frt.
CBS 3060sf, 4br/3ba
OPEN WATER breath-
taking sunsets/views.
Exceptional CBS 2300 sf.
Scr. lanai, conc. seawall,
dock, pavers, patio, gar.
Deepdraft. Now $1,685K
$699K CBS Great Buy
3br/2ba. Canal front,
seawall open fir. plan.
New kit, carpet, Att Gar.
$559,000, 3/2 CBS
1900 sf, SHORT SALE
CBS $799K 1500sf
1/2 acre canal front, lush
tropical setting, 130'
seawall/dock, fla rm + scr
porch, garage. Adorable.
Cudioe Gardens Lot
130' seawall,canal,
bldg permit.$389K
BPK canal $149,975
Duck Key $177,900
Call Judy K. Petkewicz
Realty Executives
305-304-8304 (cell)
www.lovefloridakevs.com

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S vertising in this
Newspaper is
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eral Fair Housing Act of 1968
which makes it illegal to ad-
vertise "any preference, limi-
tation or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex or
national origin, or an intention
to make any such preference
limitation or discrimination."
This newspaper will not know-
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for real estate which is in vio-
lation or the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
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$800.00 PER MONTH
Rent to Own 2004 1BD
Mobile Home on
Lakefront Lot. Pool,
Clubhouse, Fishing
Dock. Unbelievable
opportunity to own like
new home on beautiful
lot. 20 minutes to Key
West. Call Joe
305-304-6627
WATERFRONT
SPECIALIST
Short Sales and Bank
Own Properties. Contact
Captain Noah Jacobson
Lic. Sales Assoc. Realty
Executive 305-360-6262.
Residential For Sale
Search all residential
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www. KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.
Local Private
Mortgage Lending

Our lenders base loans
on the value of a
property only. No
verification of income,
assets or credit. We can
close quickly at much
better rates than most
equity lenders. Residen-
tial or commercial.

FLA Keys Mortgage Co.
292-9982 or 852-0830


Souvenir Photo Vendor
We're looking for a de-
pendable tenant that can
take souvenir photos and
print them in a high traffic
destination. Location
available. Lease negotia-
ble. Call 296-4557 for
details and appointment.
LG. SPA FULLY FURN.
& equipped on N. Roose-
velt, Key West for lease.
Modern/clean, great loca-
tion Cheap586-615- 3559


Key West 79 Seat
Restaurant/Bar
High traffic Mid-Town lo-
cation, 1500 Bertha St.,
w/ a beer & wine license
& equipment included.
For sale at $769k or
rent for $3,950/mo.
Vic Musmanno, PA.
Coldwell Banker Schmitt
305-294-0123


FOR SALE
31 transferable transient
residential units.
Call Norman Wood Jr.
(305)304-0429
SBX Commercial
Real Estate
Commercial For Sale
Search all commercial
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.


CUDJOE- CANAL
FRONTCORNER LOT
with great boating access
For sale by local owner.
Protected ocean, sunset
and bay views from this
oversized lot. Plans ap-
proved for 2200 sf CBS
home and concrete dock.
Permit issued for dock.
Building permit near
issuance in ROGO.
$140,000.
Call 912-441-5068


4585 SF EXECUTIVE
BRICK HOME
with 39 acres and 1728
SF insulated barn. Rus-
sellville, KY. $795,000.
270-726-8597.
FARM FOR SALE
60 acres, Russellville, KY
off US 68/80 and near
1-65. Contains wood,
ponds, spring city water,
natural gas and road
frontage. $265,000.
270-726-8597.

KIA MOTORS
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3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040
305-295-8646

New Sportage LX
as low as $17,045
or $319/mo. w.a.c.

New Sorento LX
as low as $19,730
or $359/mo. w.a.c.

New Sedona Van
as low as $21,988
or $359/mo. w.a.c.

New Optima LX
as low as $16,150
or $299/mo. w.a.c.

New Spectra LX
as low as $13,505
or $249/mo. w.a.c.

New Rio LX
as low as $12,985


or $219/mo. w.a.c.

10 year 100,000 mile
warranty. Prices include
all incentives. Payment
based on 15% cash
down, w.a.c. based on 72
months

Key West Kia
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040


**Manager Specials**

1996 Nissan Pathfinder
Auto, 4x4, a/c. $3988

2003 Kia Rio
5 speed, 4 door. $2388

Doc Fee $398
+ Tax + Tag

**Front Line Specials**

2006 Jeep Liberty
Leather, auto, a/c.
$289/month

2006 Chevy HHR LT
Auto, a/c. $189/month

2002 Ford Ranger
Ext. cab, V6, auto, a/c.
$189/month

2005 Nissan Altima
Auto, a/c. $229/month

2004 Nissan Frontier
Crew cab, 5 speed, a/c.
$199/month

2007 Kia Optima
Auto, a/c. $229/month

2008 Kia Sportage
Sunroof, auto, a/c.
$299/month

2008 Kia Sedona
Auto, a/c. $299/month

2007 Toyota Corolla
Auto, a/c. $259/month

2004 Toyota Camry LE
Auto, a/c. $259 /month

2008 Chrysler Sebring
4 door sedan, auto, a/c.
$259/month

2008 Chevy Aveo
Hatchback, 5 speed, a/c.
$189/month

W.A.C. +15% Down +
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*Bad Credit is OK with
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LOSINGYOUR CAR?
Avoid repossession. Cars
made '06 and up. WE
CAN HELP!!! 305-
788-9922
'02 Chrysler Sebring
Convertible 78,000 mi.
Ice cold air, good cond.
$4,655 305-923-1830.
1991 Plymouth Voyager
Van. Clean inside, runs
good, ugly outside $475.
305-766-9086.
2004 JEEPWRANGLER
Silver, 48k miles, New
33" tires, 3 inch lift, tinted
windows, Auto, a/c,
$13,500 305-766-3434
97 Nissan 200 SX SE,
74k mi, 40 mpg, 5 speed,
sunroof, a/c, Very Nice,
$2999 731-6045

57 CHEVYTRUCK
All original, 98,000 mi.
Runs perfectly, classic
green. Can be seen at
MM24. $18,000.
305-745-2820.

2005 Harley Davidson
Sporter 1200 custom,
many extras, $4,000
OBO 305-393-1701.
1996 Honda Shadow,
1100cc, under 14,000mi,
looks and runs great,
$2500 obo, includes
cover, 616-217-6878
03 Kawasaki Vulcan
500,Like New, $2,800obo
716-308-6326


Southernmost Fyer 19


93 Skyline "Nomad"-
$3200 obo, exc.cond.
incl. sway bars, 296-2301

'92, 25' Fleetwood Flair
45,000 miles, sleeps 6.
Mint To many upgrades
to list. $12,000 OBO.
Will trade for liveaboard
boat of equal value.
(361)230-3250
- I,111111M


Electric Reel
verter box, 24v
excellent cond.
305-292-9887


w/con-
off 110,
$1500


95' MAKO
20' Dual console, 200
Yamaha, VHF, DF,
AM/FM, bimini. $7,500.
443-803-1896.



1 man Kayak $ 332
305-304-1379.

PWC YAMAHA 1100
& seadoo bomb. w/trlr,
running when stored 13
mo. ago. Package
$1600.305-294-5086

STORAGE^^^


20' SEACRAFT A BEAUTIFUL PLACE
200 Yamaha Turn Key TO
boat in perfect condition. KEEP YOUR BOAT!
Includes trailer and cov- Dry rack and wet slip
ers. Plenty of accesso- boat storage available at
ries. $11,500 OBO. Call Sunset Marina
305-766-3417. *24 Hour Security
*Convenience store on-
site
Have a Boat *Gas/Diesel
*Live Bait/Ice
to sell *Fishing Supplies
o *Snacks/Soda/Beer
Chu k 296-7101
Chu k SUNSET MARINA
30' boat slip. Grunt #8,
c an $550 F/L. lyr. lease.
Call 305-295-0360.
h p I King's Pointe Marina

h p f enclosed. Avail now.
Let Chuck from our 33'Lx10'Wx14'H $450mo
ClassifiedTeam help Call John 305-360-1790
you write & place COMMERCIAL SLIP
your ad today! LEASE AVAILABLE
High Visibility/Foot Traffic
n T Reasonable entry price.
Call 305-304-3652
97777 FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
King's Point/Oceanside
Marina. #614, 40 ft. Live-
aboard ok. $725/mo.
plus util. Call John
305-360-1790.
SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
MI (owner fin. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.
Liveaboard Boat Slips
Spring special $450/mo.,
86 15' Coast CA, 48hp For best rates call
Johnson, w/trailer, stereo 305-304-3610. Outside
$3,600. 305-294-8277 storage available.


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REPAIR INC.
Service & Installation
05-296-4066




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xpertifi echnicn
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factory Traine
201 -266 yWet
GwarTO TAil.coIN




PAJARO AUTO DETAILING
Expert Auto Cleaning
We Come to You



Call Drew: 305-942-6212


ONE INCH AD
2 WEEKS ..... $140
1 MONTH ..... $200
2 MONTHS .... $350
3 MONTHS .... $450
6 MONTHS .... $800
1 YEAR ...... $1500


All Autos All Years
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks l
Running or Not 2
Or Donate for Tax Wdite Off
305-332-0483




Do You Need to Hirea 5
Bookkeeper? Oulsource I
Your Bookkeeping Today!
cai Yvonnie G. Ametin
305-292-9889
The Information Management
Group, Inc.
www.crushingspeed.com


floridakeysg
keywests
Web Site Design
Hosting & Maintenance
*Web Promotion
*Web Advertising
305-292-1880


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C.M. Maiia Inc.
(3fSerye Interior 3
Instaffing *im Doors,
Stairs, Floors, Cabinets,-
Windows, Paint & More
sie 1987 -
(3051 923-6560


TWO INCH AD
2 WEEKS ..... $252
1 MONTH ..... $360
2 MONTHS .... $630
3 MONTHS .... $810
6 MONTHS .. .$1,440
1 YEAR ......$2,700


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HANDYMAN
at Your Service
Carpentry, Painting,
Plumbing, etc.
Max Jobs $1,000
Key West to Big Pine
Local for 15 Years
305-395-9855f





25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Lic. #236020
All You Need From
The Basement to The Roof!
Call Stephan 797-5486

HOUSE DOCTOR
Will Fix or Install Anything
Affordable Rome Repairs,
Yard Care 8 Maintenance
Expert in Ratten Wood 8 i
Concrete Cracks 1
No Job Too Small!
305-896-9200




We Buy Gold!

Flanil Business Over 50 Yrs Ex
Eawynd WBrhes
dHighes P& Paidn


133 Duval St. 293-3573





LANDSCAPING
Yard Work Trimming
Planting Mulching
Tree Removal & Much More
JACK:
393-3659
____ Lic #0800022686 304282


MARK'S
MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina


305-292-2300




INSURED


(305)879-1839






MURPHY BEDS
www.murphydirect.com
SWood Shutter Repairs

Lic 39140-76706







UflHri nod Qul. tpllrly PL II
Pressure Washing
Trim & Floor Finishing
304-2930


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KEY WEST
WE STOCK
OLD CHICAGO BRICK
Lie. SP2386
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PARADISE
PET SITTING
SNice Home Setting l
SAttention to
Medical & Dietary Needs
SFenced & Secure Yard
Very Reasonable Rates
KW Area: 305-2930958




DAN ACE
ROOFING, INC.
30 years experience
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
Licensed (RC0034111) & Insured
294-2380 1
Daniel Acevedo, Owner I

Tony's
Roofing & Sheet Metal
RC0064676 RS0016738
Established 1953
Monroe County's Oldest
Residential & Commercial
296-5932




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