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Creator: Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Publisher: Key West Citizen
Place of Publication: Key West FL
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Publication Date: May 8, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Hurricane drill readies air station for coming season
BY JAMES E. BROOKS designed to test an install
NAS Key West PublicAffairs Officer tion's command and control


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PEARL HARBOR,
Hawaii (May 5, 2009)
Lt. Cmdr. Jay Gulley,
officer-in-charge
of the U.S. Naval
Ammunition Depot,
Oahu, rings a bell
recovered from the
aircraft carrier USS
Hornet (CV 8) that
was dedicated to the
command for its 75th
anniversary. The com-
mand supplies ord-
nance to naval forces
in the Pacific region.
U.S. Navy photo by MC3
Eric J. Cutright


inside:
EXIT STRATEGY: Good
education effort nets
Navy good results ....2

CLICK IT: Monroe Co.
launches seat belt
campaign May 18.... 3

SHOWCASE: Air Station
struts it stuff for local
citizens ........... .10

TOP OF PAGE ONE: An
F/A-18F Super Hornet from
the "Jolly Rogers" of Strike
Fighter Squadron (VFA)
103 breaks away from his
wingman during a close air
support mission.

Iaa


Southernmost Flyer tile photo
The United Street entrance to the Naval Air Station Key West Truman
Annex is flooded as Hurricane Ike passed within 128 nautical miles
of the air station in September 2009. HURREX prepares the com-
mand to deal with hurricane season.


T he annual U.S.
Fleet Forces and
Commander, Navy
Installations Command
(CNIC) hurricane prepared-
ness exercise, HURREX-
Citadel Gale 09 started
Monday and will run through
May 15.
"HURREX" has become a
fixture on the NAS Key West
training plan. The two-week
exercise is designed to provide
a focused training event to
afloat and shore-based com-
mands with hurricane threat
scenarios. The scenarios are


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systems to practice sortie
plans, evacuations, person-
nel accountability, disaster
preparedness and post-hur-
ricane recovery plans.
"Thisyearthe scenarios don't
necessarily provide us with the
threats we might face so there
will be a 'rogue' storm pop up
during the exercise that will
test NAS Key West even more,"
said NAS Key West Emergency
Management Officer Steve
McBride.
During the exercise, arti-
ficially constructed tropi-
cal cyclones will develop
see HURREX page 3


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The Challenge is
on for May 15

BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

N naval Air Station KeyWest
tenants and commands
will compete in vari-
ous athletic events during the
Armed Forces Day Command
Challenge on May 15, at Sigsbee
see CHALLENGE page 3


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Being driven by the CNIC Sailor of the Year Larry Thomas, former President George W. Bush Sr. makes
his way through a line of Navy Sailors who salute him as he arrives on the 18th green at The Players
Championship Wednesday at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.


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HUMVAL HISTORY









SThis Day in

|Naval History


May 8

1911 U.S. Navy ordered its
first airplane, the Curtiss A-l,
and marked the 'Birthday of
Naval Aviation.'


May 9

1926 Lt. Cmdr. Richard Byrd
and MMC Floyd Bennett make
first flight over North Pole.
Both received Congressional
Medals of Honor.


May 10

1960 USS Triton (SSRN-586)
completes submerged circum-
navigation of world in 84 days
following many of the routes
taken by Magellan and cruis-
ing 46,000 miles.

May 11

1965 U.S. destroyers deliver
first shore bombardment of
Vietnam War.


May 12

1986 Destroyer USS David
R. Ray deters an Iranian Navy
attempt to board a U.S. mer-
chant ship.

May 13

1908 Navy Nurse Corps
established.


May 14

1836 U.S. Exploring
Expedition was authorized
to conduct exploration of the
Pacific Ocean and South Seas,
the first major scientific expe-
dition overseas.


Navy has exit strategy for those using drugs


ero tolerance...two
words that sum up the
Navy's policy on drugs.
The Navy was recently singled
out as the only military ser-
vice with a significant decline
in drug abuse since 1995, but
being proactive is still a nec-
essary practice.
Across the country, young
adults enjoy all-night dance


NAS Key West
CommandDAPA

ACC (AW/SW)
Christopher
Jones

Rohypnol-are


parties known
as "raves" and
increasingly
encounter
more than
just music.
Dangerous
substances
known collec-
tively as club
drugs-includ-
ing Ecstasy,
GHB, and
gaining popu-


larity. These drugs aren't "fun
drugs."
Although users may think
these substances are harmless,
research has shown that club
drugs can produce a range
of unwanted effects, includ-
ing hallucinations, paranoia,
amnesia, and, in some cases,
death. When used with alco-
hol, these drugs can be even
more harmful. Some club
drugs work on the same brain
mechanisms as alcohol and,
therefore, can dangerously
boost the effects of both sub-
stances. Also, there are great


differences in how individuals
react to these substances and
no one can predict how he or
she will react.
Some people have been
known to have extreme, even
fatal, reactions the first time
they use club drugs. Studies
suggest club drugs found in
party settings are often adul-
terated or impure and thus
even more dangerous.
Because some club drugs are
colorless, tasteless, and odor-
less, they are easy for people to
slip into drinks. Some of these
drugs have been associated
with sexual assaults, and for
that reason they are referred to
as "date rape drugs."

An introduction to
club drugs
"X," "Adam," and "Ecstasy"
are slang names for MDMA,
which is a stimulant and a hal-
lucinogen. Young people may
use Ecstasy to improve their
moods or get energy to keep
dancing; however, chronic
abuse of MDMA appears to
damage the brain's ability to
think and regulate emotion,
memory, sleep, and pain.
"G," "Liquid Ecstasy,"
"Georgia Home Boy" or
Gamma-hydroxybutyrate
(GHB) may be made in homes
by using recipes with common
ingredients. At lower doses,
GHB can relax the user, but, as


the dose increases, the seda-
tive effects may result in sleep
and eventual coma or death.
"Roofie," Roche" or
Rohypnol is tasteless and odor-
less. It mixes easily in carbon-
ated beverages. Rohypnol may
cause individuals under the
influence of the drug to forget
what happened. Other effects
include low blood pressure,
drowsiness, dizziness, confu-
sion, and upset stomach.
"Special K," "K" or Ketamine
is an anesthetic. The use of
a small amount of ketamine
results in loss of attention
span, learning ability, and
memory. At higher doses, ket-
amine can cause delirium,
amnesia, high blood pressure,
depression, and severe breath-
ing problems.
"Speed," "Ice," "Chalk,"
"Meth," or Methamphetamine
is often made in home labora-
tories. Methamphetamine use
can cause serious health con-
cerns, including memory loss,
aggression, violence, psychotic
behavior, and heart problems.
"Acid" or Lysergic Acid
Diethylamide (LSD) may
cause unpredictable behav-
ior depending on the amount
taken, where the drug is used,
and on the user's personality.
A user might feel the following
effects: numbness, weakness,
nausea, increased heart rate,
sweating, a lack of appetite,
"flashbacks," and sleeplessness.



WRECK & ROLL


From the left: Charlene Pagan,
Jose Pagan, Mary Jim Martin,
Richard Martin and Andy
Messing, along with the sixth
crew member, a Jack Russell
Terrier named Dick, pose for a
photo on a yacht at Naval Air
Station Key West's Boca Chica
Marina. The crew won 1st place
in the Key West Wrecker's Race
April 26. Ships in five different
classes re-enact the times in
Key West history when wreckers
would race to a disabled ship,
rescue the crew and then lay
claim to the cargo.


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.




























Monroe Co. 'Click It or Ticket'

campaign starts next week


FROM MONROE COUNTY
SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT PUBLIC
AFFAIRS
The Monroe County
Sheriff's Office will be
participating in the
state-wide "Click it or Ticket"
campaign coming up May 18th
through May 31st. During this
time period, there will be extra
enforcement throughout the
Florida Keys for this violation.
During this time of the year,
the Sheriff's Office has a zero
tolerance policy for not wear-


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erly buckling up children. If
you are stopped and you are
not wearing one, there will not
be a warning issued. You will
get a ticket.
If an officer sees someone
in a car under 18 who is not
wearing a seatbelt, it is a pri-
mary violation. There doesn't
have to be any other violation
to make the stop under those
circumstances and the fine
amount is a costly $101.
Stay safe and buckle up. It
makes sense, and it is the law.


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MWR holds

summer job

fair for teens

BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

Morale Welfare and
Recreation (MWR)
is sponsoring a
Summer Job Fair for Teens May
19 from 4:30 6 p.m., at the
Youth Center on Sigsbee Park.
The job fair, sponsored by a
grant from Commander, Navy
Installations Command, is an
opportunity for teenagers to
get their first job experience.
Applicants must be at least 16
years old and MWR-eligible
patrons.
Representatives from vari-
ous MWR facilities will be at
the fair to interview teen appli-
cants. Facilities will include the



HURREX
continued from page 1

and intensify to hurricane
strength and will threaten
East Coast and Gulf of Mexico
coastal regions. But unlike the
real thing, all exercise actions
will take place during nor-
mal working hours. "Mother
Nature" takes a time out at the
end of the work day and on
the weekend.
Real life scenarios bring a
flood of weather updates to e-
mail inboxes but McBride says
he don't expect to see the flow
of information occur like the
way it has happened in the
past.
"One of the things NAS
Key West is encouraging



Challenge
continued from page 1


Field on Sigsbee Park.
The annual event, orga-
nized by Morale Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Sports and
Fitness team, pits depart-
ments and commands on


Fitness Center, Beach Patio,
Air Lanes Bowling Center,
the Youth Center, Trumbo
Pool, Sigsbee and Boca Chica
marinas, Food and Beverage
Services, Maintenance, and
the Information, Tickets and
Tours office.
Potential applicants are
encouraged to attend the teen
application/resume clinic,


key people to do is to fol-
low the exercise on CNIC's
C4I Suite Portal Page(https://
c4isuite.atfp.cnic.navy.mil).
We want personnel to log in
and become familiar with
how this site works. In a real
emergency, hurricane or
other, this portal will provide
responders shared informa-
tion," said McBride. "There's
no better time to learn this
than during a drill like this.
A real emergency is no time
to learn a new way of doing
business."
One area ofHURREXthatwill
lead to a more careful review is
changes that occurred at NAS
Key West since last hurricane
season, which could have a
negative impact.
"Our ability to shelter is


various playing fields, includ-
ing horseshoes, dodgeball,
golf, running events and the
ever-popular ice-cream eat-
ing contest. The event is
sponsored in part by Balfour
Beatty Communities.
The daybegins at 7 a.m. with
registration for the 5K race,
which begins at 7:30 a.m. The


set for 5 p.m. May 14, at the
Youth Center. The clinic, with t
Dave Patrocky from Fleet and
Family Support Center, will
give teens an opportunity to
create a resume and practice
interviewing.
For more information, con-
tact Kathy Brown at 293-2518, "
or e-mail her at Katherine. Z
brownl@navy.mil. W
90
,


reduced since we 'lost' two
buildings on Truman Annex
when we changed them to
permanent party housing for
unmarried military person-
nel and geographic bach-
elors," said NAS Key West
Commanding Officer Capt.
Steven Holmes.
According to McBride, the air
station's Hurricane Instruction
for 2009 will be finalized soon.
That instruction will include
new sheltering assignments
and more.

Editor's note: The
Southernmost Flyer will
publish its annual hurricane
edition on May 29 that will
provide more information for
military and civilian personnel
and their families here.


day-long event will include
burgers, brats, chicken, fresh
fruit, water and Gatorade. Save
the planet and bring your own
reusable water bottle!
Team captains received
event packets earlier in the
week but if you have ques-
tions, call Evans Auguste at
293-2480.


Barber shop changes hours

FROM NANCY DEVORE
Navy Exchange General Manager

* The barber shop on Naval Air Station Key West's Boca
Chica Field will be open Mondays from 8 a.m. 4
p.m.

* The Sigsbee barber shop is open Monday Saturday
from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. 5 p.m.


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BY DARREN HARRISON
Naval District Washington Public Affairs

A acting Secretary of the
Navy B.J Penn said
ay 1 that motor-
cycle safety is a priority for
the Department of the Navy
and that he looks forward to a
time when motorcycle safety
is so instilled in the nation's
culture, that never again
does the Navy have to grieve
another man killed or lost to
motorcycle accidents.
Penn made his comments
at the third annual National
Capitol Region Joint Service
Motorcycle Safety Event in
the north parking lot of the
Pentagon.
"When average Americans
think about the dangers that
go into waging war they think
of threats in lands far, far
away," Penn said. "But when
a year goes by and we lose
more Sailors and Marines on
motorcycles, than in support
of the war, we are in many
ways referring to a battle being
fought at home in our own
backyard and our Marine

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Corps last year lost more peo-
ple on motorcycles than we
did in combat."
Celebrities such as the
reigning Miss USA, Kristen
Dalton, mingled with service
members and military offi-
cials at the event that featured
booths with safety informa-
tion, three motorcycle simu-
lators and demonstrations
by the Pentagon Police and
world racing champion Kevin
Schwartz.
Motorcycle trainer Rusty
Reynolds, who trains the Navy
SEALs, was on hand to discuss
motorcycle protective gear, as
well as demonstrate the differ-
ences, in quality, between a $70
helmet and a $300 helmet.
"In motorcycles you get what
you pay for," Reynolds said. "If
you buy a cheap helmet there's
a reason it's cheap."
Reynolds said helmets can
run as expensive as $700 and
that those that have a "crush
zone" have a greater ability to
absorb the impact of a crash.
"I like to say stupid hurts,"
said Reynolds, mentioning
that some states do not require
a rider to wear a helmet.
For fiscal year 2008, sports
bikes were in 88 percent of Navy
and Marine Corps fatalities.
According to figures on the
Naval Safety Center Web site,
as of March 15 the Navy had


experienced 14 deaths in fiscal
2009 from motorcycle-related
accidents and the U.S. Marine
Corps (USMC) had experi-
enced 22.
In fiscal 2008 the U.S. Navy
experienced a total of 33 fatali-
ties and the USMC had expe-
rienced 25. In the three years,
fiscal 2006 to fiscal 2008, there
were a total of 139 deaths across
the Navy and Marine Corps.
"Three years ago a motor-
cycle accident took the life of a
friend of mine, a friend named
Richard Dawson. Richard
was not just a member of
the Navy family he was also
one of my best friends," said
Penn. "A purple heart recipi-
ent, Richard survived extreme
combat conditions in Vietnam
but he could not survive an
extreme motorcycle collision
in Virginia."
Penn said the best way to
honor Dawson and the other
Navy personnel who have died
as a result of motorcycle acci-
dents is to make motorcycle
safety a priority.
"Just last year the services
stepped up their efforts to
reverse that disturbing trend,"
Penn said. "Statistics are show-
ing that your efforts are work-
ing, which is encouraging, but
you don't work such long hours
and make so many sacrifices
[just] to improve statistics."


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Commissary case lot sale returns to Key West


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS

How do you improve
on a good thing? Offer
more of the same.
That's exactlywhat the Defense
Commissary Agency is doing
in May with its first worldwide
case lot sale of 2009.
"This year's May case lot
event will be held on May 15-
16" said NAS Key West Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA)
Store Manager Cynthia Six.
"We'll be offering more prod-
ucts than last year's."
Last May, military custom-
ers around the globe came in
droves to their local commis-
sary to buy bulk-sized products



Tall slides

removed at

Trumbo Pool

BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

YTou might have noticed
that Public Works is in
the process of removing
the two large blue slides at the
Trumbo Pool.
Last year Congress passed
a new law updating the safety
standards for all public swim-
ming pools. Unfortunately, the
Trumbo Pool slides, installed
in the mid-1990's, did not
meet the new standard and


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ranging from canned goods,
beverages, toilet paper, paper
towels, produce, fresh meat,
frozen foods, health and beau-
ty items, pet supplies, clean-
ing and laundry products and
more. Some 50-60 percent of
the items are sold in "club pack"
product assortments similar to
the oversized or multiple prod-
ucts sold at commercial ware-
house club outlets.
To the new shopper, a case
lot sale can be an experience
to remember, said Charlie
Dowlen, promotions manager
for the DeCA sales director-
ate. "Imagine rows of products
in cases lined across a com-
missary parking lot or packed
inside a store warehouse," he


have to be removed.
The two smaller slides
installed last year will remain
and MWR is pursuing addi-
tional features for the pool.
Our mission is to provide all
customers with a safe and fun
recreation facility.
Hours of operation remain
the same. However, the cost
of admission to the pool on
slide days has been reduced to
$1 for Active Duty Dependents
and Military Retirees and $2
for DoD Civilians.



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said. "Now, add the people who
are all there to take advantage
of tremendous savings, and it's
a sight to behold."
"We are a smaller commis-
sary and carry only about one-
third the volume of products
offered at larger stores, but our
customers still benefit from
the huge savings offered at
these events," Six said.
Last May's event posted a
nearly 25 percent increase in
sales over the May 2007 sale.
DeCA held its first worldwide
case lot sale in September 2001
and added a second event in
May 2004, making it a pivotal
part of CommissaryAwareness
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Balfour Beatty Community News

BBC is scheduled to host
"community huddles" l
Wednesday in May. This
Wednesday's huddle is at Navy
Gateway Inns & Suites con-
ference room from 6-7 p.m.,
and is for military residents of
Truman Annex.

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Using this function does not mend that you simply use oven
mean that your oven will be cleaner and some elbow grease.
clean when the function is over. You can also place tin foil
All this does is raise the temper- beneath the heating elements
nature inside the oven and turn in the stove to catch any food
anything inside to crispy cin- droppings. This will minimize
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MWR Update


Child Youth Program
(CYP) Summer Camp
registration is open

The Youth Center on Sigsbee
Park will be accepting appli-
cations for Summer Camp
on Monday at the center.
Enrollment is on a first-come,
first-served basis. For more
information call 293-4437.


Upcoming MWR events
Dolphin Derby May 23
(Captain's Meeting 6 p.m.
May 22), Sunset Lounge and
Sigsbee Marina. Call 293-4434
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.
* May 16 Paintball off of
Government Road, $15 for
equipment, 500 rounds and
safety gear. Only $5 more for
an additional 500 rounds.
You must sign up to play, so
call ASAP!
* 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
have changed on Saturday to
11 a.m. 5 p.m. Call 293-2468
for information.


Sunset Lounge's very own
"Idol" contest continues with
finals competition on May 14.
Nine finalists began compet-
ing for the top spot on May 7
- the number will continue to
dwindle until a winner is cho-
sen on June 3.
STuesdays Liberty Program
events for single Sailors E-6
and below. DJ Rick from 7
10 p.m.

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 2


* Wednesday Karaoke, 6:30
10:30 p.m.
* Thursday DJ from 7 10
p.m.
* Friday Live music this
week, V Ray Blues Band 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.
on Wednesday, Saturdays,
and Sundays.
Call 293-4435 for more infor-
mation.


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.
* May 11 Stuffed peppers,
pasta, garlic bread and veg-
gies.
* May 12 Cuban Pork, yellow
rice, black beans and plan-
tains.
* May 13 Sloppy Joe, pota-
toes-a-gratin, ranch beans
and veggies.
* May 14 Sweet & Sour
chicken, fried rice and stir-
fried veggies.
* May 15 Stuffed cabbage,
pasta, dinner roll and veg-
gies.


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. Yoga 101
Tuesday


* 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
with Tasha*
* 4:30 p.m. -Yoga 202
* 6 p.m. Yoga 101
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
* 4:30 p.m. Butts & Guts with
Monica
* 5:30 p.m. Pump with
Colleen
* 6:30 p.m. Spinning with
Colleen
Thursday
see MWR Update page 7


Finals continue for
Sunset Lounge "Idol" Runway Grill Lunch
contest specials








Dolphin Derby set for Memorial Day weekend


BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

Lady anglers will be eli-
gible for their own prize
this year at the 13th
Annual Dolphin Derby, set for
May 23, at Naval Air Station
Key West's Sigsbee Marina on
Sigsbee Park.
It will be the first year that
ladies will have an opportu-
nity to compete in their own
category, and the prize will be
a $150 custom rod & reel.
Other categories include
Active Duty, Largest Dolphin,
Largest Wahoo, and Youth
Angler. Prizes also will be
awarded for the top three fish.
The top prize will be $1,500,
and youth anglers will receive
savings bonds.
Anglers can register for
the Derby at Sigsbee Marina
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday
through Sunday. The event
is open to all MWR-eligible
patrons. The registration
fee is $25 per angler with a
minimum of $100 per boat.
Deadline for registration is 4
p.m., May 22. Late registration
($175) will be accepted at the
Captains' Meeting on a cash-
only basis.
A representative from each
boat must be present at the
Captains' Meeting, scheduled
for May 22 at 6 p.m. at the
Sunset Lounge. Check in will
start at 5:15 p.m. The meeting
will include a social hour with
hamburgers, hot dogs, door
prizes and a captain's bag for
each registered team. The



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continued from page 6


* 5:30 p.m. Spinning
Monica
* 6:45 p.m. Step
Monica
Friday
* 8:30 a.m. Yogalates
Dale
* 9:30 a.m. Pump
Colleen


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U.S. Navy photo
Big-time fisherman display their catch at last year's Dolphin Derby.


weigh-in Saturday also will be
at the Sunset Lounge, with
awards presentation starting
immediately after the last fish
is weighed at 5 p.m.
This year 27 sponsors are
supporting the event, which
is organized and hosted
by the Sigsbee Marina staff.
Approximately $10,000 in
sponsorship has been provid-
ed in the form of cash, prizes
and give-aways. Thanks to our
sponsors, who help make the
event happen!
Title Sponsor ($500 and
above): Clear Channel Radio,
Cudjoe Sales, Fish & Race,
Fishbusterz/Shrimp Shack,
Fish Finders, Key West
Golf Club, Mercury Marine
Government Sales, Niles Sales
& Service, Outback Steakhouse,
Rick's/Durty Harry's, and
Sebago Watersports.


Special Events

Armed Forces Day Challenge
Friday May 15 NAS Key West
Sports and Fitness will provide
a fun day of contests, sports
and fun!

Captain's Cup Golf every
Friday at 11 a.m.

Captain's Cup Softball
Tuesday's and Thursdays.
Come out and support your
favorite team. The best free


Presenting Sponsor ($300):
Blaylock Oil, Edgewater
Powerboats, Keyswide
Realty, La Te Da, and Yankee
Freedom II.
Official Sponsor ($100 and
above): Capt. Jim's Citgo,
Centennial Bank, Dion's
Quick Marts, Murray Marine,
Premier Racing, Schooner
Wharf Bar, Sloppy Joe's, and
Tavern N Town.
Sponsor ($50): First State
Bank of the Florida Keys, Hog
Fish Bar & Grill, Pak Mail, and
Shades of KeyWest.
Registration and rules forms
are available at the Sigsbee
and Boca Chica marinas, Boca
Chica Fitness Center, Sigsbee
ITT Office, and Beach Patio
Recreation Center at Truman
Annex. For more informa-
tion, call the Sisgbee Marina
at 293-4434.


sports entertainment on the
island.

Extreme Weigh-In Challenge
continues through May.

Flag Football mini-season
starts May 27.

Fitness Assessments using the
Polar Body Age Machine are
available by appointment.

NmW


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JOEL SCAItBORlOUGH
.. Because of individuals of integrity
\like you, America is a great country
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protect and support America.

We'll always love you, Joel,
Your Family


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Chairman McMullen issues Military Spouse Appreciation Day Message
U-
SAMERICAN FORCES PRESS members and their families past, present and future mili- as we do. great but also by means
4 SERVICE around the world, commemo- tary spouses. Nothing could "Despite the strain of nearly a critical network of supp
rating today as Military Spouse be more right, or more hon- eight years of war and numer- one that many spouses the
N avyAdm. Mike Mullen, Appreciation Day. orable, than this. Without our ous critical engagements selves create.
chairman of the Joint Here is the chairman message: families, those of us in uni- around the globe, America's "Deborah and I have s
Chiefs of Staff, has "Each May, our nation form cannot serve. And truly, military is stronger and more and experienced this netw
issued a message to service pauses to pay tribute to our our spouses serve just as much capable than ever. From per- ourselves and believe us


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13TH ANNUAL


MAY 23, 2009
Open to all Military, Coast Guard, Retirees, Dependents, DoD & DoD Contract Personnel
Sponsorship required for all other anglers. A maxnnum of 6 people per boat
Entry forms available at Silsbee Marina ITT Office, Beach Patio. RV Park Office,
Boca Chica Fitness Center, and Boca Chica Marina. Call 293-4434 for eligibility & information


sonal experience, I know that
much of that strength comes
from our spouses. They are
vital to our success. And they
make the journey of service
- truly one we choose together
- so much richer, rewarding,
and satisfying.
"Military spouses bear great
burdens, but they also know
the tremendous difference
they are making. That resil-
ience is due not just to the
rewards of service which are


makes a big difference.
"On behalf of the Joint
Chiefs and their families, we
are proud to honor this occa-
sion on the eighth of May. The
unending service and sacrifice
of our military spouses are
worthy of both praise and an
equally continuous commit-
ment from a grateful nation."

Sincerely,
M.G. MULLEN
Admiral, U.S. Navy


Free burgers & hot dogs
for participants
at Saturday's weigh-in


Cash Prizes
1st Place $1,500
2nd Place $500
3rd Place $250
Additional awards:
Active Duty
Largest Dolphin -$150
Largest Wahoo $100
Lady Angler
custom rod & reel


Captains' Meeting
Social Hour
6 p.m. May 22
Hamburgers & Hot Dogs
Door prizes, Captains' bags
& T-shirts


A representative from each boat must be present at the Captains' Meeting
6 p.m., Friday, May 22, 2009 at the Sunset Lounge on Sigsbee Park
Deadline for early registration is 4p.m., Friday, May 22, 2009; Entry Fee is $25 perper person,
$100 per boat minimum (Late registration $175 *per boat )
Entry forms may be turned in at Sigsbee Marina between 8 a.m. 4p.m., Tuesday Sunday
Entry forms will be accepted until the conclusion of the Captains'meeting on Friday May 22
If registering at the meeting, ONLY CASH will be accepted
Contact ENCPorras at Sigsbee Marina (305) 293-4434 (DSN: 483-4434)


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Chairman recognizes National

Military Appreciation Month


AMERICAN FORCES PRESS
SERVICE

Smerica's gratitude
inspires the members
of its armed forces, the
chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff said in a message
he issued to commemorate
May as National Military
Appreciation Month.
Here is Navy Adm. Mike
Mullen's message:
"Despite the challenges
of two wars and numerous
other engagements around
the globe, America's military
is stronger than ever. Our
military is strong because
our Nation stands behind
them. Whether they are your
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ily members, all make life-
changing sacrifices, and all
are worthy of our eternal
thanks.
"Gratitude from an appre-
ciative Nation not just
during this month, but
always inspires courage
and peace of mind for those
whose charge it is to keep
the peace. Remembering
those who sacrificed every-
thing as well as their
families and continuing
to thank and support our
veterans and wounded war-
riors is crucial to the health
of our Armed Forces, and
truly, essential to the health
of our Nation.
"Throughout this month
of May, please take time to
thank all those in each Service
branch, the National Guard,
and Reserves, as well as
Defense civilians, retirees, vet-
erans, and their families. They
are making a difference and
so can you.
"The Joint Chiefs and I
are proud to salute the men,
women and families of
America's Armed Forces this
month, as well as every day of
the year."








Services At a Glance


MWR photo by Tim Hipps
All-Army boxer Pfc. Sidney Williams, a reservist from Kentucky, deliv-
ers a right jab to the head of Navy SK Abdullah Johnson en route
to a 19-17 victory in the 165-pound division of the 2009 Armed
Forces Boxing Championships May 1 at Barnes Field House on Fort


Huachuca, Ariz.

All-Army dominates
Armed Forces Boxing
Championships

BY TOM HIPPS
Family and MWR Command

Seven Soldiers won gold
medals to lead All-Army
boxers to the team title in the
2009 Armed Forces Boxing
Championships at Barnes
Field House on May 1.
All-Army won the tourna-
ment with 14 points, followed
by All-Navy (4), All-Air Force
(3) and All-Marine Corps (3).
Five-time Armed Forces


champion Sgt. John Franklin
of the U.S. Army World Class
Athlete Program got the
Soldiers going with a 20-5
decision over Marine Corps
Lance Cpl. Magdiel Matias in
the 119-pound weight class.
"I wanted to start this night
off the perfect way for my
teammates," said Franklin,
25, a native of Kansas City,
Mo., who is stationed at Fort
Carson, Colo., home of the
WCAP boxing program. "Start
the fuel, start the fire, and let
those guys put it out at the
end."
Franklin, a silver med-
alist at 112 pounds in the


OPEN ACCESS


U.S. Air Force photo/Lance Cheung
Tech. Sgt. Christopher Thompson, 660th Aircraft
Maintenance Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, Calif.,
hydraulically opens the engine cowlings of the No. 2
engine on a KC-10 Extender April 18 to repair the control sole-
noid valve for a thrust reverser.


Counseil International du
Sport Militaire's 2007 Military
World Games at Hyderabad,
India, did not need his best
performance to win convinc-
ingly in the Armed Forces
Championships.
All-Army and WCAP boxing
coach Basheer Abdullah, head
coach of the 2004 U.S. Olympic
Boxing Team, was impressed
with Franklin's performance
and potential.
"He actually won this tour-
nament (by performing) below
his best," Abdullah said. "To
me, that means he's on his way
to being a great boxer because
when he's not performing at
his best, he's still finding a way
to win.
"He's one of the guys on
the team that has the green
light from me. I allow him to
have more freedom to think
for himself because he's one
of those rhythm-type guys,
kind of like (2000 Olympian)
Olanda Anderson. He's that
talented."
At 132 pounds, WCAP Spc.
Connor Johnson posted a 5-
0 decision over Cpl. Tommy
Rogue of Camp Lejeune.
Pfc. Sidney Williams, a
Reservist from Kentucky, won
the 165-pound division with
a 19-17 decision over Navy SK
Abdullah Johnson.
Two-time Armed Forces
champion Spc. Jeffery
Spencer closed out the All-
Army portion of the program
with a victory over Air Force
AIC Nicholas Alwan at 178
pounds. The referee stopped
their bout at 1 minute, 36
seconds of the first round.


MNF-W Marines give
Iraqi soldiers direction

BY LANCE CPL. JASON
HERNANDEZ
Multi National Force West

Marines from the California-
based 1st Intelligence
Battalion and 3rd LightArmored
Reconnaissance Battalion
recently taught soldiers of
the 7th Iraqi Army Division's


U.S. Marine photo by Lance Cpl. Jason Hernandez
Cpl. David Valdes, an infantryman with the 3rd Light Armored
Reconnaissance Battalion, teaches an Iraqi soldier how to properly
use a global positioning system receiver during a land navigation
exercise aboard Camp Mejid, Iraq, April 27. Valdes was helping
instruct a six-day course designed to enhance the capabilities
of the 7th Iraqi Army Division's Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance Battalion.


Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance Battalion
advanced land navigation and
map reading techniques aboard
Camp Mejid, Iraq, April 27.
The course, which lasted a
total of six days, included near-
ly five full days of exhaustive
classroom instruction on how
to properly read maps, how
to design and plot locations
and routes on a map, compass
techniques, the negotiation of
terrain obstacles and the use
of hand-held global position-
ing systems.
While teaching rudimentary
map-reading and navigation
skills may seem mundane to
most American service mem-
bers, these skills were not
always considered important
for Iraqi soldiers. In the past,
the Iraqi military exercised
a strict style of centralized
leadership where knowledge
was placed squarely into the
hands of a few select individu-
als. Today, though, the Iraqi
Security Forces have recog-
nized the need for all of its sol-
diers to be proficient in a wide
range of basic military skills,
including land navigation.
"The object of this is to have
the soldiers become fully mis-


sion capable," said Master Sgt.
Jerome Leary, operations chief
for 1st Intelligence Battalion.
"This means having them not
only know where an operation
is, but also how to get there."
The classes eventually cul-
minated in a practical appli-
cation exam during which the
Iraqi soldiers were required
to put their newly learned
skills to use. Marching out-
side the gates of Camp Mejid,
headquarters of the 7th Iraqi
Army Division, the soldiers
plugged a series of grid coor-
dinates into their GPS receiv-
ers and were required to find
a number of physical points
scattered around the nearby
desert.
At each point there was an
item, such as a piece of candy
or an orange that the Iraqi sol-
diers had to either sketch or
bring back to the evaluators.
"Truth be told, once they
started getting the hang of it,
we were struggling to keep up
with them around the training
course," said Staff Sgt. Nathan
Osowski, 1st Intelligence
Battalion's training chief.
"Once you get these guys moti-
vated, there's nothing that can
stop them."






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Air Station struts its stuff


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb


Naval Air Station Key West hosted
its 2nd Annual Armed Forces Day
Military Showcase Saturday at
Boca Chica Field with an assortment of
static displays, booths, and demonstra-
tions. More than 1,000 people attended
the event on the airfield.


The event was held to increase pub-
lic awareness of the military in Key
West and provide local residents an
opportunity to meet and thank service
members stationed here. Armed Forces
Day recognizes military services in the
Department of Defense.


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MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
2000 Jaguar XK8 convertible, rare light
. green exterior, beige interior, 58,000
miles, excellent condition, warranty
included at no cost, good until 2013 or
157,000 miles, owner transferring, must
Sell, $17,900, call (305) 292-3342.
2006 Red Jeep Rubicon, 14,000 miles,
Perfect condition, still under warranty,
Stow hitch installed, $20,000. Call Dave at
1 (757) 675-4244.
* 2007 Ford Focus, only 3,000 miles,
, cranberry exterior, manual, two-door
o and hatch back, alarm system, asking
Q $8,000, call Patricia at (305) 292-3024.
S2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, excellent
condition, $2,800 OBO, call Skip at (716)
308-6326.
2005 R6 Raven, excellent condition, just
over 3,000 miles, many extras includ-
ing jacket, helmet, rain gear, tools and
much more, $5,000, call Rich at (845)
430-4373.
2007 37' Keystone Raptor, 5th wheel
hitch included, entertainment center,
storage, separate door to living area,
large booth dinette, three-burner range,
fridge, hardwood flooring, outside enter-
tainment center, front queen bed, queen
bed over cargo area. Call Kenny at (305)
923-4963 or (305) 872-5436.
2001 Ford F-150 Lariat, extended cab,
4x4, has 120,000 miles, clean truck,
maroon in color, every option from fac-
tory, $9,000 OBO. Contact Jerret at (352)
949-0234, transferring and need to sell.

BOATS & ACCESSORIES
2004 Wellcraft 210 Fisherman with
Yamaha 200 HPDI motor, tranferrable
engine warranty, Bimini top, great for
fishing, snorkling and more, asking
$23,500, call Sherri at (305) 292-3342
and leave a message.
25' Bayliner 245 2007, cabin cruiser live
aboard, 40 hours and a 4 year trans-
ferable warranty, trailer included, great
condition and a great weekend getaway,
$50,000, must sell, call Priscilla (918)
619-7969.
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.
2003 Seadoo GTI personal watercraft
with trailer, $3,000, call Jack at (305)
295-9885.
26' World Cat 1998, twin 2006 Suzuki
175 four-stroke with 165 hours and
remaining warranty. Garmin 4208 with
sounder, outriggers, 40-gallon live well,
20-gallon fresh water, salt wash down,
shower, five rocket launchers, Porto-
potty, tons of storage, includes trailer,
$45,000 OBO, Call Sean (619) 647-
1595.
MISCELLANEOUS
Used bike, $25, call Jack 292-0702.
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.


120GB hard drive, brand new but
won't work with my old laptop, comes
with cables and all installation material,
bought at NEX for $80, selling for $40.
Call (412) 706 0181.
China cabinets, $30, call 294-3828.
Playstation 2, great condition $100,
file cabinet, great condition $20. Call
Mary Ann Diaz (305) 509-7185 or (443)
942-1915.

ROOMMATE
Roommate wanted to share new condo,
walking distance from the Coast Guard
base. Great location, very close to down-
town, condo is 2/2, has washer/dryer,
$700 plus 1/2 of the electric, call (305)
294.7130.
MM 10, walk to Geiger Key marina,
long-term roommate, large, private room
and entrance, cable internet, use of
large kitchen, living room, covered out-
door deck on private swimming canal
with access to ocean, large yard, great
space, no pets/smoking/drugs. Military/
former military preferred, $800/month,
includes utilities, off-street parking, call
Sarge at (305) 395-2527.

FOR RENT
111 with five closets, A/C, blinds, tiled,
shed, W/D, yard with palm trees, quiet,
no smoking or pets, $925, call (305)
394-1242.
1/1, Old Town, enclosed porch, rear
deck, walk-in closet, quiet neighborhood,
off street parking, Frances & Fleming,
no pets, $1300/month plus utilities, F/S,
references required, (941) 320-1278.
3/2 Jacuzzi tub, W/D, approximately
1500 sq. ft., patios and French doors,
backyard, great kitchen, $1,800 plus
utilities, 2609 Flagler Ave., call (305 294-
1969 and ask for Armond.
3/2 on the golf course (6th tee). $1,900/
month F/L/S. Call (305) 797-7015.
1/1 with loft, on Flagler St, W/D, pool,
fenced yard, pet friendly, $2,000/month,
including utilities and cable, F/L/S, avail-
able May 1, call (305) 923-9080.
2/2.5 town-home on Stock Island, next
to Key West Harbor Yacht Club. Ocean
view, furnished, some utilities included,
small pets welcome, $1,873/month, F/L,
call Chad (305) 360-0747.
2/1 MM30, Big Pine Key, very quiet,
public pool, laundry on premises, W/
D, $1,000/month, including all utilities
except electric. F/S, will negotiate, call
Priscilla (918) 619-7969.
2/1 Condo for rent in heart of Old Town,
534 Margaret St. Tropical courtyard,
heated infinity pool, hot tub, furnished,
close to Duval, $1,850/month, available
May 1st. Call John (305) 797-0765.
2/2 Cudjoe Key, MM 23, furnished,
50'concrete dock/seawall, deep water
access to ocean and gulf, storage, W/D,
wide side porch. Long-term rental, six-
month minimum, call Maria at (305) 619-
0288 or e-mail masflkeys@yahoo.com.
2/2, Sunset Marina condo, top floor, end
of building, with views of the Gulf. Sunset
Marina is a private gated community with
dockside heated pool, spa, clubhouse,
assigned covered parking, guest park-
ing, deep water access and full-service
marina. Across from KWGC, boat slip
also available for rent, $2,100/month, F/


NAS Classifieds

S, call Maria at (305) 619-0288 or e-mail
masflkeys@yahoo.com.
2/2 private bath with each bedroom,
furnished, private corner lot, off-street
parking, W/D, central A/C, $1,400, call
Kevin at 294-4001.
111 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.
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.

FOR SALE
2/1, cement, stucco block home for sale.
Central A/C, tiled floors, French doors
to 14'x29' porch, one room detached
with A/C for office or studio, garden year
round. Walk to private boat ramp, beach
and Sugarloaf school. Extra 50' x 100'
lot adjoins home for building or storage
for RV, boat. Property is fenced. Asking
$350,000 by owner, call (305) 849-5962.

JOBS
Key West Orthopedics is looking for an
experienced medical insurance verifier.
Must have strong people skills and medi-
cal/insurance background. Applicants
must be courteous, upbeat and able to
work in a busy medical practice. Spanish
speaking a plus, please call (305) 295-
9797 or fax resume to (305) 295-9796.

SERVICES
Kenny's personal computer repair. Is
your computer running slow? I can help
tune up, build your computer, suggest
hardware upgrades, and other small
problems. Call Kenny at (954) 801-0822.
Looking for a Florida State
Commissioned Notary that is avail-
able seven days a week? Call Shanna
Christensen at (305) 879-7757 and leave
a message.
Nails by Robin, manicures, pedicures,
acrylic, gel, glitter, special occasion
makeup, waxing, 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.
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 mili-
tary 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 Espahol. For more information
and bookings call 872-4322, or e-mail:
dafloproductions@yahoo.com.
Kathy Brown's cleaning service.
Moving out or in, need a little or a lot of
help around the house? We can help you
get it clean. Openings and special rates
for Peary Court, Truman, Trumbo and
Sigsbee, (305) 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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SOMETIMES
The best employee is the
one you haven't been
looking for. Relocating to
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and possibly a second
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View my res. and info at:
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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
EOE M/F/D/V

Legal Assistant
Office Manager

A well-established South
Florida litigation and trial
firm has an immediate
opening in its Key West
office for a Legal Assis-
tant/Office Manager. Re-
sponsible for daily opera-
tion and management of
office, and secretarial
and paralegal support to
Attorney. Applicants
must have a proficient
working knowledge of Of-
fice applications, Word,
Outlook and Excel. Case
management data base,
integrated office manage-
ment software, and civil
litigation experience help-
ful. All candidates must
possess strong organiza-
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work independently and
diligently, and high ethi-
cal standards. Excellent
salary and benefits avail-
able to the right person.
Please submit resume
and a cover letter detail-
ing experience and sal-
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cation deadline May 18,
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cations will be treated
as strictly confidential.
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ALONZO'S
NOW HIRING
For Line Cooks.
Apply in person at
700 Front Street or
Call 294-5880.


Boys and Girls Club
Key West. Activity Coor-
dinators to work directly
with club members. Pre-
vious applicants need not
apply Call 296-2258 for
more information.

HELP WANTED
Cocktail Waitress, Tooter
girls & Dancers needed
at Big'Uns Sports bar
218 Duval St. Apply in
person, bring ID with you.
Ask for Trudy or Jimmy
EXPERIENCED PT
TECHNICIAN WANTED
For Avaya Definity
Switch Maintenance,
DSL Installation and
Maintenance.
E-mail resume to:
sphillips@volt-telecom.com


ASSISTANT CHIEF
ENGINEER
The Pier House Resort
2 years Hotel/ Resort
exp. preferred, general
understanding of plumb-
ing, electrical & HVAC
necessary. Carpentry
skills are a plus. English
fluency is a must, bilin-
gual a plus. Basic com-
puter skills. Stable work
history & verifiable work
references required.
F/T w/great benefits
package. 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
APPLIANCE REPAIR
TECH/ INSTALLER/
HELPER
needed for busy service
company. Experience a
plus but will train the right
person. For more info
call 305-522-3823


INSTALLATION
OPERATIONS
MANAGER
$22.00-$27.50
PER HOUR
Installation Operations
Manager position is avail-
able at Navy Gateway
Inns & Suites, NAS Key
West. Certified Hospital-
ity Supervisor (CHS) des-
ignation or diploma in ho-
tel/hospitality manage-
ment or three years in
lodging operations re-
quired. The ideal candi-
date will have extensive
accounting background
and an understanding of
NAFI distribution and
budget. Applications re-
ceived in the last 90 days
will be considered. Relo-
cation expense is nego-
tiable. Selection is contin-
gent upon satisfactory
background investigation.
Contact Sarah Childers,
Personnel, 293-4106.


ENGINEERING
TECHNICIAN
The Florida Keys Aque-
duct Authority is accept-
ing applications for an
Engineering Technician.
The purpose of this posi-
tion is to prepare plans
and specification draw-
ings for construction pro-
jects, using mechanical
and CADD drafting func-
tions. Minimum quals:
VoTech degree in Design
Engineering w/min. 3 yrs
of design experience
preferably w/a water
and/or wastewater utility.
Must be able to obtain a
Water Distribution Sys-
tem Operator's license
w/in 18 mos. Valid FL
driver's license required.
Salary Range: $51,854. -
$62,224. Applications
due by 5/11/09. Applica-
tions found at:
www.fkaa.com and
e-mailed to:
krodriguez@fkaa.com or
faxed to: 305-295-2222.
EEO/VPE/ADA


LINE COOK
Fine dining experience.
Cafe Marquesa. Contact
Susan 292-7933 after
2pm.
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.kevsfcu.ora
to obtain a job applica-
tion. Fax applications to
294-0558. Please in-
clude resume and cover
letter with application.
E.O.E.


CONSTRUCTION
NAVY RESERVE
Serve P/T. Elite training.
Great pay & benefits.
Sign-on bonus up to
$20K. Retirement.
Call Monday -Friday
800-432-3502 or e-mail:
NRDMIAMI Leads@navv.mil
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.
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150.00 per
day. Undercover shop-
pers needed to judge re-
tail and dining est. Expe-
rience not required.
Please call 877-715-3341

NOW HIRING
Night Audit and Breakfast
Attendant. Apply in per-
son in the lobby during
business hours. Fairfield
Inn & Suites, 2400 N.
Roosevelt Blvd. EOE


OWN A COMPUTER?
Put it to Work!
Up to $1,500 to
$7,500/mo
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www.MvDreamsAtHome.com
PIER HOUSE RESORT
Guest Services Agent
(Front Desk),
P/T Spa Housekeeping
Attendant
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
PUBLIC INFORMATION
OFFICER WANTED
For transportation indus-
tryMust be a Monroe
County resident (prefera-
bly native of the Florida
Keys) with a BA in Jour-
nalism, PR or related
field required. Submit re-
sume via email to
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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
ROOFTOP CAFE
Looking for experienced
and friendly AM & PM
Servers. Please email
resume to:
rooftopllc@bellsouth.net
or apply in person.
SUNSHINE RENTALS
IS EXPANDING AGAIN
Sales Agent and Man-
gers needed. A valid driv-
ers license required. Min.
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outgoing and able to
pass drugs and back-
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resume
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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


CASE MANAGER
Full & Part Time for
Criminal Justice Agency.
Good starting salary and
benefits. Bachelors de-
gree preferred. Upper &
Middle Keys. Case mgmt
& criminal justice exp.
Please fax or e-mail re-
sume to (305) 378-8123
or sromaaosa@courtoDtions.ora


Full bed curved high
back frame in box. $400
OBO. 609-827-6934.

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
$772 obo 305-872-1473

Priv. Bedroom & Bath
In a 2BR nicely furn apt.
Old Town. Clean &
quiet. W/D, OSP C/A/C
$235/wk. 586-615- 3559.
PRIVATE BALCONY
OVERLOOKING DUVAL
Large room w/priv bath in
shared apt. W/D, OSP.
$1000/mo + 1/3 utils.,
$1500 sec. Call Sarah
305-896-6646 or Annette
305-942-6901


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.
1/1 CENTRAL A/C
Ceiling fans, tile firs.,
W/D, Non-smoking.
$1,150 F/LS, all util. in-
cluded. 797-8698
Lg., Clean, Quiet, Furn.
Room. New Town. Ca-
ble, C/A/C, W/D, OSP,
$235/wk and utilities
included. 586-615-3559
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.org


203 OLIVIA ST.
Room in Conch House
$200/wk inc. util. F/L/S.
305-304-7683


BIG PINE KEY
Large 3/2, split level,
tiled, new kitchen, fenced
w/private yard & deck.
Great landscaping.
$1,000
2/1.5 very nice & clean,
custom kitchen, new bath
& tile, fenced w/private
entrance. Great land-
scaping. $800 481-6980
VENTURE OUT
Cudjoe Key, Water front,
2bd/2ba, pool & tennis
privileges, Furn or Un-
furn, $1400/mo F/L/S
305-434-5977
TAMARACK PARK
2BR/1BA, W/D hookup,
storage shed, huge yard,
canal. $1,150/mo. Call
Joe 896-0322
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.


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ST
$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

Summerland Key mm25
Small, cozy, furn. 2/1.
$750/mo. inc. elec. (up to
$100), water & cable.
F/L/S. 872-7824


***Shipyard Condo***
2BR/1BA, private deck
overlooking pool. 2
blocks from Duval & 5
min. walk to the beach.
Fully furnished & im-
maculate! $1,950/mo.
Min. 6 mo. preferred.
F/L/S. Call 305-394-6167
or
michael@keywestpropertles.com


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


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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
**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


keywestrentalco.com
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:
www.kevwestrentalcomoanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922
SANTA CLARA CONDO
New Town, 2BR/2BA
tennis, pool. $1,400/mo.
Sorry no pets. Avail. now.
305-923-0517.
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


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
LUXURY 3/2
All appl, W/D, whirlpool
tub, pool, OSP, F/US,
Available June 1
$2700 +, 305-294-2553
SMATHERS BEACH
2BR/1BA fully furnished
2 pools + tennis ct.
$1,550mo + until +sec.
Prudential Knight
and Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
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


ADORABLE, PRIVATE
Third level, one bedroom,
no smoking, no pets, in-
cludes utilities. $1,500
mo. Call Ken @
305-393-9263.
MM 10.5 1BR/2BA
24 hr. gated community,
2 pools, Marina, laundry
facilities, no pets, 2 per-
son max. $1,100/mo.,
$500 sec. 294-6492.
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/L/S, no
pets Joesi 305-942-6026
MIDTOWN ON
PATTERSON AVE.
Unique Hobbit style
apartment. 1.5 bedrooms
upstairs/downstairs, all
utils. inc. Sorry no pets.
F/US. $1,350/mo.
849-2226.


OLD TOWN
1 Bedroom, ideal for one
person or a couple. F/L/S
required. No pets.
$900/mo. (305)294-6231
LUXURY 2/2
All apple, W/D, whirlpool
tub, pool, OSP, F/US,
Pets OK, Avail May 1
$1800 +, 305-294-2553
823 TERRY LANE
2BR/1BA, W/D, pets ok!
$1,650. Key West Real
Estate Sales, Bill Reese
305-304-5028.
New Town Large 1BR
Available immediately,
Reduced rate of
$1,080/mo. 3101 Riviera
Call 305-296-6863
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
Lg. Efficiency on Open
Water--Big Pine Key
Suitable for 1 person.
F/US water, elec. &
cable included. $875
954-432-3793
954-559-3806
"SPRING SPECIAL"
First Month
Rent 1/2 Price!!
1, 2 and 3 bedrooms
Apts. in Old Town
New Homes
in Stock Island
Rents starting at $1,100
Call for Details 292-8982
Location 3 Real Estate


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
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



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
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 646sq. 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
520 Louisa St.
3 Bedroom House
$1,300/month
House: 3BR/1BA, rear
bedroom has private en-
trance. utilities elec.
Only. F/L/S, no dogs.
Charles Lee, Cabana Re-
alty, Inc. 294-6259.
SIMONTON STREET
Huge Efficiency, All
Utilities Included. No
Lease/Pets. $1200/mo +
$600 dep. 305-393-9526
$1600/MO 1821 HARRIS
Apt.B, 3br/2ba, c-ac, tile,
w/d hookup, lease, park-
ing, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000


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1BR + LOFT/2BA
Patio, on Simonton & Ea-
ton $1,500. F/L/S. No
pets. 917-386-4866.
KEY WEST 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/1BATRAILER
Stock Island. On the
water, fenced in yard;
pets welcome.
$1,400/mo.
Bright, Clean & Airy 1/1
Old Town, walk to all.
A/C, ceiling fan, D/W, lots
of storage, wood & tile
floors, sm. porch. 2nd fl.
Very private. Inc. water,
sewer & trash. $1,350
/mo. F/LS 393- 1391



1223 White Street
1 & 2 bedroom units,
starting @ $1134 + until.
Must qualify for KW
Workforce Income Caps.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269
LUXURY 1/1
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Inside 3 unit, gated com-
pound, approx. 1000sq.ft
updated kit/bath, marble,
hardwood floors, original
Dade County Pine
throughout. Spacious
deck, cats OK, photos at
connleallbertinvestments.com
asking $1850/mo
call Shad 216-791-7916
STOCK ISLAND 1/1
Clean, Good neighbor-
hood, F/L/S $950/mo
call Steve 747-0020 or
Bobby 797-6461


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.



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

2 BEDROOM CONCH
HOUSE
Fully furnished. Very
clean, nice neighbor-
hood, 3 A/C's, W/D,
fridge with ice maker,
electric stove, ceiling
fans. Avail. May 2nd. 907
Catherine St. $1,600 F/L
$900 sec. 3 people maxi-
mum. Lenny 797-6963.

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

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

**BRAND NEW **
**OLD TOWN**
REDUCED!!!
1st. letting. Gorgeous
2br/2ba Furnished, $450
per week min. 6 month
lease 305-896-4004

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


LOOKING FOR
ONE PERSON
Clean, quiet, to rent
1BR/1BA cottage. In a
small water front com-
pound $1,000 per mo. in-
cludes all util plus Direct
TV. Sorry no pets. Little
Torch Key. 872-2449
Cudjoe Gardens MM21
2/1, furnished, Florida
room, screened porch,
fenced, 130' dock,
wide/deep canal. Non-
smokers only. $1,600/mo
F/L/$1000 sec.
305-407-9138
907 South St.
2BR/2BA, CAC, W/D,
fenced yard, fully
equipped kitchen, avail.
now. $2,500/mo includes
water, electric, garbage
and sewer. FLS.
Call Gina Borrego @
305-304-2734
for more info.
www.KevsPropertvOnline.com
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
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***
** 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


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

OLD TOWN
1/1 spacious apt
w/covered lanai
Shared laundry
Great location & OSP
No pets
Available May
$1,700/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

2/2 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
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

KEY WEST 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
$1,800/ mo F/L/S

3/2.5 single family in
Sanctuary plus den
Private pool & carport
Pets considered
Available mid July
$2,800/mo F/L/S

STOCK ISLAND
2/1 single family
Fenced yard w/carport
Washer/Dryer
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


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

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

LOWER KEYS 4BR/2BA
on great boating canal
available.
Call Dyne Vaugh
Florida Keys Realty, Inc.
745-3717


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/L/S (305)896-2807
LITTLE TORCH KEY
Charming 2/1, ground
level ,quiet area, large
yard, screened porch,
W/D, A/C, incl. all util.
$1,500 /mo.
SUMMERLAND KEY
Boater's delight, 2/1 on Ig
lagoon, deep draft, sec-
onds to open water, low
maintenance, A/C, W/D,
D/W. Avail 5/1. $1500/mo
Long term F/S
(305)394-1951
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/LS Avail
now. 305-923-9080
1011 VARELA #4
2BR/1 BA CBS home
avail now. CBS, private,
W/D, tile/wood floors.
$1,950/mo+ util. FLS.
Call Gina Borrego @
305-304-2734
for more info.
www.KevsProDertvOnline.com
*****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.
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
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
3/2 NEWTOWN
renovated, wood fl, gran-
ite counters, garage,
shed, high ceilings, 1700
s.f $2200/mo.
305-747-3462


KWGC 2/1.5 Bungalow
tile firs throughout W/D,
Great Views, lagoon pool
& gym $1675/mo F/S
305-766-0232

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.
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
LARGE 1/1 NEWTOWN
Lg. fenced yard,1 pet ok,
$1700/mo incl. util. & ca-
ble, F/L & $500 security
305-292-0004
OLD TOWN
Thompson Lane. 2BR
2BA, c/A/C, W/D, OSP,
no pets. $1700 C21 All
Keys 294-4200 x 19 Rob
LARGE NICE 3/2
New Town with pool.
OSP, pets ok! Preferred
Properties call Frank
305-304-5253.
1031 SANDY'S WAY
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
SUMMERLAND KEY
3/2 on canal. Screen
porches front and back.
$1,900 mo. incl. util.
F/L/S. 305-797-0005.
BIG PINE DUPLEX
newly renovated. 2/1
central A/C, D/W, W/D
hook up. Deep clean ca-
nal. $1200. 872-9004
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 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








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



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
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

3 Office Spaces Avail.
Lots of light. Great loca-
tion in Old Town. Easy
access, Brand new.
Price ranges from
$500-$700/mo incl.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


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-
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
$4498Now $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.lovefloridakeys.com


WATERFRONT
SPECIALIST
Short Sales and Bank
Own Properties. Contact
Captain Noah Jacobson
Lic. Sales Assoc. Realty
Executive 305-360-6262.
KEY HAVEN 3/2
This is not a short sale
by owner, pool, canal
completely renovated &
extremely charming.
Move in Ready. Price re-
duced to $640,000 OBO
Call 305-295-0668

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.
DAY SPA 2,200 SQ. FT.
Fully Equp'd & Furnished
Clean modern w/5 tan
rms, 5 massage rms, nail
stas. US1 Key West
Cheap. 586-615- 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, P.A.
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.
WANTTO PURCHASE
Key West Transient
( 2br or 4 5/8's) Licenses,
Call Naomi-
305-304-8010



CANAL LOT
OPEN WATER VIEWS
CUDJOE KEY
great boating canal, sale
by owner, Bay view,
ocean views, Plans in
ROGO with dock. Last
canal in from ocean.
Hakluyt Lane $99,000
Call 395-1416
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



AMERICA'S BEST BUY!
Where in the U.S
can you own 20 acres,
30min. from a major city?
Only $15,900.
$0 Down, $159 per/mo
1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com

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.

4585 SF EXECUTIVE
BRICK HOME
with 39 acres and 1728
SF insulated barn. Rus-
sellville, KY. $795,000.
270-726-8597.


KIA MOTORS
The Power To Surprise
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

1998 Mitsubishi Mirage
Auto, a/c. $3988

2003 Kia Rio
5 speed, 4 door. $2388

Doc Fee $398
+ Tax + Tag

**Front Line Specials**

2004 VW Beetle Cony.
Leather, 5 speed, a/c
$199/month

2006 Honda Civic
4 door, auto, a/c.
$289/month

2006 Scion XB
Auto, a/c. $219/month

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

2006 Nissan Frontier
Ext. cab, 5 speed, a/c.
$229/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 +
Tax, Tag & DOC Fee

*Bad Credit is OK with
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Give Us A Call
305-295-8646

91 Mitsubishi Eclipse
$1197
786-663-5998

01 Chevy Malibu
4dr LS, leather, low miles
$4974
786-663-5998

2000 Saturn
4 dr, 5 speed. real pretty
car, great gas mileage,
can help with financing
$3323
786-663-5998

96 Sebring Convertible
With new motor
Nice, Nice, Car
$3763
786-663-5998

94 Isuzu Rodeo
5 speed, 4 wheel drive,
cold air, great condition
$3763
786-663-5998

97 Subaru Outback
Wagon All Wheel Drive,
Super Duper Color, blue
metallic & bronz
leather, a/c, auto,
premium sound,
$5995


786-663-5998

94 Suburban 4 X 4
New engine & trans.
Looks and runs superbly!
$4984
786-663-5998

91 Acura
Runs and looks new,
cold air, wdr. auto
$1999.77
786-663-5998

99 Cougar V6 SVT
5 spd. Sport Edition, new
tires, cold A/C, really
sharp! $3323
786-663-5998

'97 VW Passat GLX,
clean, strong, 96k, green
$4,703 305-587-7980

2005 Harley Davidson
Sporter 1200 custom,
many extras, $3,800
305-393-1701.

***MUST SELL BOAT***
21 ft. Robalo center con-
sole. Depth finder, GPS,
150 Yamaha...RUNS
GREAT! Good condition.
$3500.00 Call Bobby
305-747-6813
86 15' Coast CA, 48hp
Johnson, w/trailer, stereo
$3,420. 305-394-4616
93' 24ft Carolina Skiff ,
120 OMC, Needs work,
$3,600 305-294-6492

28' Morgan, new bottom
paint, new sails, sleeps 6
A/C $3,400 395-0959


FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
King's Point/Oceanside
Marina. #614, 40 ft. Live-
aboard ok. $725/mo.
plus util. Call John
305-360-1790.
Liveaboard Boat Slips
Spring special $450/mo.,
For best rates call
305-304-3610. Outside
storage available.
A BEAUTIFUL PLACE
TO
KEEP YOUR BOAT!
Dry rack and wet slip
boat storage available at
Sunset Marina
*24 Hour Security
*Convenience store on-
site
*Gas/Diesel
*Live Bait/Ice
*Fishing Supplies
*Snacks/Soda/Beer
296-7101
SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
(owner fin. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.







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305-292-1880




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F service Interior Speat
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Stairs, F oors, Ca6inets",
Windows, Paint & More
~ Since 1987 ~ ',."
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at Your Service
Carpentry, Painting,
Plumbing, etc.
Max Jobs $1,000
Key West to Big Pine
Localfor 15 Years
305-395-9855t


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Mold & Bacteria Testing Smoke &
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Call Stephan 797-5486

HOUSE DOCTOR
Will Fix or Install Anything
Affordable Home Repairs,
Yard Care 8 Maintenance
Expert in Rotten Wood e
Concrete Cracks 1
o lob Too Small!
305-896-9200




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KEY WEST
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294-7892




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Attention to
Medical & Dietary Needs
SFenced & Secure Yard
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