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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 2009


101 Critical Days of Summer should be fun, not tragic


PASCAGOULA, MISS.
(May 16, 2009)
-Alma Bernice Clark
Gravely, ship's sponsor
for pre-commission-
ing unit (PCU) Gravely
(DDG 107) breaks the
traditional bottle of
champagne over the
ship's bow during the
christening of the lat-
est Arleigh Burke-class
destroyer, named in
honor of her husband
the late Vice Admiral
Samuel L. Gravely, at
Northrop Grumman
Shipbuilding, Gulf
Coast.
U.S. Navy photo by MC2
Glenn S. Robertson



inside:

TOP GUNS: NAS Key
West aces environmen-
tal audit............. 3

SAFETY FIRST: Navy
stresses the level of
risk to Sailors in the
summer months...... 4

THE GAMES: Annual
competition gets best
efforts ............ 10

TOP OF PAGE ONE:
A Midshipman from the U.S.
Naval Academy Class of 2012
crosses a creek at Naval
Support Activity Annapolis dur-
ing the land navigation phase
of the Sea Tials.


FROM THE COMMANDING OFFICER
One of the greatest chal-
lenges facing a com-
manding officer is pre-
venting preventable accidents
and deaths. This is more of a
concern when Memorial Day
arrives, which for many of us
is when summer "officially"
arrives. Last summer, 32 Sailors
and 20 Marines died in off-duty
accidents, ranging from drown-
ingto motorcycle, off-road vehi-
cle and automobile crashes.


The Florida Keys is renowned
as a year-round vacation desti-
nation. But as training detach-
ments taper off in frequency
during the summer months,
most of us will be spending
more time with family and
friends. I'm guilty of still want-
ing to "play hard," but like you,
I want to be alive to play anoth-
er day. Be a leader and don't
be afraid to tell your friends:
"You partied too hard, let me

see DAYS OF SUMMER page 4


NAS Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Steven Holmes talks to
Sailors during Wednesday's Safety Standown.


PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Local Memorial Day ceremonies

l will mark national holiday


U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr
AW1 (NEC/AW) James Davis, a Naval Air Station Key
West Search and Rescue (SAR) swimmer, hoists an
Army Soldier toward NAS' SH-60 Seahawk during a
training session off of Fleming Key Monday. SAR per-
sonnel conduct training throughout the year so that
they are ready to deploy under any condition.


FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS Memorial Dayhas roots datingback
to the Civil War. The first Memorial
N AS Key West and area vet- Day is said to have been observed in
erans will mark the nation's 1865 by liberated slaves at the historic
Memorial Day holiday at two race track in Charleston. The site was
ceremonies on Monday morning, a former Confederate prison camp
SAt 9 a.m., the Key West *,4'********* as well as a mass grave for
Chapter of the NJ,\i'i Union soldiers who had
League of the Unit.ld died while captive.
States will hold h* The officialbirthplace
their annual cer- -of Memorial Day is
emony at the Maine : Waterloo, N.Y. The vil-
Memorial Cemetern lage was credited with
Plot in the Key Wesi i being the birthplace
City Cemetery. NA'\ ,6 J because it observed the
Key West Commanding .__ .'.... day on May 5, 1866, and
Officer Capt. Steven ..... each year thereafter.
Holmes will be the guest On May 5, 1868, in his capac-
speaker and the air station Honor ity as commander-in-chief of the
Guard will render a 21-gun rifle salute. Grand Army of the Republic, a vet-
At 11 a.m., American Legion Post erans' organization, General John A.
28 will host their annual Memorial Logan issued a proclamation that
Day Service at the Big Coppitt Key "DecorationDay"beobservednation-
Cemetery. Holmes will be the featured wide. It was observed for the first time
speaker and the NAS Key West Honor on May 30 of the same year. The date
Guard will also participate in a tradi- was chosen because it was not the
tional ceremony. anniversary of a battle. The tombs
Memorial Day Observances are free
and open to the public, see MEMORIAL DAY page 4






04

16 VAL HISTORY









This Day in

S VNaval History


May 22
1882 Commodore Shufeldt
signs commerce treaty open-
ing Korea to U.S. trade.

May 23

1850 Navy sends USS Advance
and USS Rescue to attempt
rescue of Sir John Franklin's
expedition, lost in the Arctic.

May 24

1945 Nine U.S. ships dam-
aged by concentrated kami-
kaze attacks off of Okinawa,
Japan.

May 25

1973 Launch of Skylab 2 mis-
sion, which was the first U.S.
manned orbiting space sta-
tion. It had an all Navy crew
of Commanding Officer Capt.
Charles Conrad Jr., Cmdr.
Joseph P. Kerwin, and Cmdr.
PaulJ. Weitz.

May 26

1944 USS England (DE 635)
sinks its fifth Japanese subma-
rine in one week.


May 27

1919 Navy NC-4 completes
a trans-Atlantic flight from
Newfoundland to Lisbon,
Portugal.

May 28

1980 Fifty-five women
become the first women
graduates from the U.S. Naval
Academy.


Myths and facts
Myth: Coffee can sober up
someone who has had too
much to drink. Fact: Only time
sobers. It takes about one hour
to metabolize each drink.
Myth: Hard liquor is more
intoxicating than beer or wine.
Fact: A 12-
ounce can of
beer, a five-
ounce glass
of wine, and
a 12-ounce
wine cooler
NAS Ky West
CommandDAPA contain the
same amount
MAC of alcohol
James Blagg and the same
intoxication
potential as an
ounce-and-a-half of liquor.
Myth: Someone who has
had too much to drink will look
intoxicated. Fact: Someone's
physical appearance can be
misleading. One drink can
impair someone's ability to
drive. Judgment is the first
thing affected when someone
has been drinking and impor-
tant motor skills are next.


Responsibilities for
hosting a party
Social host responsibility:
Though an unfamiliar term a
decade ago, today we recog-
nize this phrase as encompass-
ing everything from planning
the party menu to assessing
how guests will get home safe-
ly once the party is over. Your
role as a responsible party host
can prevent your friends and
loved ones from becoming the


about alcohol and drunk driving


next alcohol-related statistic.
Planning a party

As ahost, you want your guests
to enjoy themselves. Here are
a few pointers to ensure that
your guests will have fun- and
live to remember it.
* Plan lots of group activities
like party games.
* Prepare plenty of foods so
guests will not drink on
empty stomachs.
* Avoid too many salty snacks,
which tend to make people
thirsty and drink more.
* Offer a variety of non-alco-
holic beverages for the des-
ignated driver and others
who prefer not to drink alco-
hol.
* Do not push drinks!!!
Drinking at a party is not
mandatory for having a
good time.
* If preparing an alcoholic
punch, use a non-carbon-
ated base like fruit juice.
Alcohol is absorbed into the
blood stream faster with a
carbonated base.
* Ask guests to appoint a des-
ignated driver before the
evening begins. This person
drinks only non-alcoholic
beverages to ensure that
friends or loved ones get
home safely.
* Be honest when inviting
guests who are known to
drink to excess. Tell them
that drinking and driving is
unacceptable at your party.
Get their agreement to find
alternate modes of trans-
portation.


* Hold a contest for guests to
create non-alcoholic drink
recipes. Serve the winner's
drinks at the party.
Schedule activities or enter-
tainment to keep the focus
away from drinking.

During your party

Never serve alcohol to some-
one under 21 and never ask
children to serve alcohol at
parties.
Don't let guests mix their
own drinks. Choosing a reli-
able "bartender" will help
you keep track of the size
and number of drinks that
guests consume.
Never force a drink on a
guest.
Close the bar 90 minutes
before the party ends and
serve a great dessert treat
with coffee. Remember, only
time sobers someone who
has been drinking.
If, despite your efforts, some
of your guests have had too
much to drink, drive them
home, arrange for a ride
with another guest who is
sober, call a taxi, or invite
them to stay over.

Have you heard about
the 'Safe Ride' Program?
At NAS Key West all person-
nel are presented with an
Arrive Alive card to get home
safely via the Five 6's Taxi Cab
Company if you've had too
much to drink. Get yours, use
it and ARRIVE ALIVE!



helping kids


AS Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steven Holmes
is presented a community
nership awardby Child andYouth
gramAdministrator Brian Paulyin
Ignition of the base's community
ilvement with the Boys & Girls
b of the Lower Keys. The base has
ked hand inhand with the club to
I provide activities such as reserv-
seats for the club at some of its
nsored events.


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-
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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-
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Air Station, Box 9001, Key West,
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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.









NAS Key West aces environmental audit


BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer

N aval Facilities
Engineering
Command Southeast
(NAVFAC) came from
Jacksonville to Naval Air
Station Key West to per-
form an Environmental
Management Systems (EMS)
audit on Thursday.
The purpose of the audit
was to determine if the base
was in conformance with
the ISO 14001:2004 EMS
Standard. ISO stands for the
International Organization
for Standardization. ISO pro-
motes the development and
implementation of voluntary
international standards, both
for particular products and
for environmental manage-
ment issues.
The auditors made their
way through the base evalu-
ating the base's conformance
in many different categories,
including environmental
policies and emergency pre-
paredness. Along the way
they randomly met with
both civilian and military
base workers to ensure that


the crew knew the policies.
ENC Ray Porras, who was
one of many chosen to be
randomly interviewed said, "I
think the opportunity to show
what an excellent job our mil-
itary staff does is a privilege."
Porras was asked questions
from "what does EMS stand
for" to "what environmental
impact we have in the com-
munity."
Even with the wide range of
questions asked, Porras said
he felt prepared.
"As a chief and a manager
for the marina I have to ensure
that my staff is aware and
educated on environmental
issues. EMS is an important
part of our job," he said.
The auditors made note
that NAS Key West is ahead of
the curve on recycling, haz-
ardous materials and energy
objectives. The auditors also
praised the use of the plan of
the week, the Southernmost
Flyer and regular e-mails and
meetings to communicate the
EMS Standard.
No major non-confor-
mances were found at the
base and most minor non-
conformances were the result


of time constraints and were
already scheduled for com-
pletion.
"I was very pleased," said
NAS Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steven Holmes.
"The inspection went tremen-
dously well."
NAS Key West's
Environmental Management
Coordinator, Helen Stanley,
still wants to make sure every-
one knows that the responsi-
bility of environmental safety
is up to everyone.
"Everyone is an environ-
mental officer," she said.
To ensure everyone at
the command understands
Naval Air Station Key West's
Environmental Policy it is
mandatory for everyone
to take the EMS Awareness
Training online at http://
cnrse-ems.org.


MOVE IT OR LOSE IT


U.S. Navy photo by Jim Brooks
oats illegally parked, especially those on the sea plane
ramp near Building C-1 on Trumbo Point, will be towed
very soon according to NAS Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steve Holmes. Boats, trailers and watercraft
parked in unauthorized areas prevent work projects from
beginning, such as repaving the sea plane ramp area and
motorcycle training course which is scheduled for June.
Morale Welfare and Recreation Director Tim Campbell says
there is still space available to store boats and trailers at the lot
on Fleming Key. Call the RV office at 293-4432/4433.


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SMCPON

stresses off-

duty safety

BY MCCS (SW/AW) BILL
, HOULIHAN

cJ4 I aster Chief Petty
NI \/ Officer of the Navy
. .tVI (MCPON)(SS/SW)
Rick D. West is asking every
Sailor, family member and
leader in the Navy to be vigilant
over the next several weeks. In
his holiday safety podcast to
the fleet, West pointed out that
the summer season brings
potential for increased risk.
West said that because more
people are onthe roadways, more
water recreation takes place,
more sporting activities occur
and more parties are scheduled,
summer has seen an annual
spike in off-duty incidents.
During 2008, between Memorial
Day and Labor Day, the Navy
lost 32 Sailors, 19 Marines and
one Air Force member working
with the Navy.
One service member
drowned, four pedestrians
were struck and killed, eight


U.S. Navy photo by MC1 JenniferA. Villalovos
MCPON (SS/SW) Rick D. West stressed safety theme for summer.


died in off duty recreation, 12
died in cars or trucks, and the
number one cause for Sailor
and Marine deaths last sum-
mer was motorcycles, which
claimed 27 lives.
"You all know the stories
behind these losses," said West.
"Some have used alcohol then
got behind the wheel; others
traveled without getting the
right amount of sleep the night
before. And there is another area
that is contributing to accidents
and that is getting distracted
while driving. We have all heard
the recent stories of cell phone
usage and texting that has


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St. Paul's continued from page 1
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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
Monday
Holy Eucharist commemorating
Memorial Day 5:30 p.m.
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


of fallen Union soldiers were
decorated in remembrance of
this day.
Many of the states of the
U.S. South refused to celebrate



Days of Summer
continued from page 1


take you home" or "Get some
sleep before you hit the road
for up north." You may prevent
a death or tragic injury.


resulted in accidents, but there
are so many things that we do
that draws our attention away
from the issue at hand."
West said that he expects
leadership to take ownership
of this effort and that every
man and woman in uniform
should be personally remind-
ed of the importance of safety
and common sense.
"Nothing is more important
than the safety of our Sailors
and their families. I expect you
to have face to face conversa-
tions with each of your Sailors
before they go on liberty this
weekend."


Decoration Day, due to linger-
ing hostility towards the Union
Army, and most did not did
not recognize Memorial Day
until afterWorldWar I.
The alternative name of
"Memorial Day" was first used
in 1882, but did not become
more common until after


As military service members,
we have a responsibility to pre-
pare ourselves and be ready
for combat. Here at home in
the Keys, we have a mission of
a more personal nature: To be
there for each other by help-
ing ourselves, our friends, and


Campaign for

safe summer

starts now


FROM NAVAL SAFETY CENTER
PUBLIC AFFAIRS

sthesummerseasonkicks
off with the approaching
memorial Day weekend,
the Naval Safety Center (NSC) is
making myriad resources avail-
able to commands so they can
tailor their individual 2009 safety
campaigns.
NSC's new campaign pro-
vides tools such as presen-
tations, articles, videos and
interactive discussion aids to
promote the type of risk man-
agement that will allow Sailors
to enjoy these activities suc-
cessfully.
Campaign materials can
be found at www.safetycen-
ter.navy.mil/ seasonal/sum-
mer09/index.asp.
The focus of this year's
summer safety campaign is
on enjoying off-duty time


World War II, and was not
declared the official name by
Federal lawuntil 1967. On June
28, 1968, the United States
Congress passed the Uniform
Holidays Bill, which moved
four holidays from their tra-
ditional dates to a specified
Monday in order to create a


other members of the com-
munity to prevent tragedies
that can happen when people
don't manage risk.
Make a commitment today
to lead by example. Show
your co-workers, your neigh-
bors, your friends, and fami-
lies that this summer is for
having fun, not mourning the
death of a shipmate or loved

I&MLIM, IVIM


with family and friends. Many
Sailors take advantage of the
warm weather to plan vaca-
tions. They head to the beach
or to the mountains. They fire
up the motorcycle that sat
idle in the garage all winter.
But they need to do it smartly
and safely.
"Risk management is largely
common sense," said John
Williams, a recreation safety
specialist at the NSC.
"Make sure you're trained to
participate in the activities you
want to enjoy, and wear the
right protective equipment."
In years past, the long
Memorial Day weekend signi-
fied more than just an oppor-
tunity to honor fallen heroes
and kick off the unofficial
start to summer with a back-
yard barbecue. During the
last decade, Memorial Day
weekend began NSC's sum-
mer-long safety awareness
campaign.
The summer safety period
runs through Labor Day, and
NSC's website will be updated
throughout the campaign with
more resources for an enjoy-
able summer and safe season.


convenient three-day week-
end. The holidays included
Washington's Birthday (which
evolved into Presidents' Day),
Columbus Day, Veterans Day,
and Memorial Day. The change
moved Memorial Day from its
traditional May 30 date to the
last Monday in May.


one because they played too
hard and ignored the risk. Use
good decision making skills
and lead by example. When
you do that, I can assure you
this won't be your last sum-
mer of fun.
Enjoy your long weekend
and I hope to see everyone
back at work Tuesday, safe,
sound, healthy and rested!



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BEATING THE OARS


U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West, the 'Shallow Water
Dragons,' Dragon Boat Festival teammates pose for a
photo with their oars on the shore of Sombrero Beach,
Marathon, Fla., May 9 after wining first place in their division.
Dragon Boat racing involves 20 paddlers in an elaborately
decorated boat who paddle to a drum beat. This year's race
event proceeds benefited Reef Relief, a global nonprofit mem-
bership organization dedicated to preserving and protecting
living coral reef ecosystems.


Check up is a

must for kids

FROM CINDY MCCAUSLAND
NBHC Public Affairs

June is the perfect time to
get school-related medi-
cal requirements com-
pleted. Navy Branch Health
Clinic (NBHC) Key West has
set aside June 8-19 to focus on
school physical. Don't wait
for the end of summer rush
when appointment availabil-
ity will be more limited.
Parents may call the Central
Appointments telephone
service at 1-800-529-4677 to
schedule a school physical with
their child's primary care man-
ager. Immunizations will be
available immediately after the
school physical is completed.
Any new student entering a
Florida school for the first time,
including pre-kindergarten or


WORK FOR TEENS


kindergarten, must present a documentation of age-appro- I
certification form of a school- private pneumococcal conjugate
entry physical health examina- vaccination.
tion by the first day of school. Any student not in compli-
Children entering or attend- ance with the state's immu-
ing Florida public pre-schools nization law will be refused
are required to have an age- admittance or temporarily
appropriatenumberofimmuni- excludedfrom school. Students
zations. Also, children ages 2-to- new to Monroe County may be
24 months entering or attend- granted a 30-day grace peri-
ing childcare or family day-care od to obtain immunizations Z
facilities will be required to have records.


Balfour Beatty Community News


BBCis scheduled to host"com-
munity huddles" Wednesdays
in May. This Wednesday's hud-
dle is for senior enlisted and
officers who live on Sigsbee.
The huddle will be held at the
Sigsbee base chapel from 6 -7
p.m.

BBC TIPS
Food/Garbage
Disposal Unit
The kitchen food disposal
unit is designed to chop small
pieces of food matter. Please
scrape all large food items off
into a waste container before


rinsing in the sink. It is not
a substitute for your garbage
can. Once you use your dis-
posal, allow the sink water to
run for 10 seconds after the
disposal is turned off to flush
the debris through the line
and into the sewer.
Items that cannot be put
into the disposal unit:
Rice
Pasta
Potato or onion skins
Celery
Banana peels
Carrot skins
Meat (cooked or raw)
Bones


U.S. Navy photo by Jolene Scholl
Eva Kennedy, the manager of Morale, Welfare and Recreation's (MWR) Beach Patio
Recreation Center interviews Bertrum Hayes, a local teen, during the MWR Teen
Summer Job Fair Tuesday at the Sigsbee Youth Center. The program, funded by
Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC), gives teens an opportunity to have their
first paying job. In addition to employment, the program will have seminars on 'Money
Matters' and 'Customer Service.'


I MICH AEC











13th Annual Dolphin
Derby is Saturday!
Today is your last chance to
Sign up for thel3th Annual
SDolphin Derby, set for Saturday
at Sigsbee Marina.
o Thousands of dollars in
5 door prizes will be given out
4as well as $1,500 in cash to
" the top angler. Cash prizes will
S also be awarded to second
and third-place winners, as
well as prizes to the top active
duty angler, female angler and
youth angler.
Anglers may register for the
Derby until 4 p.m. today at
the Sigsbee Marina. The event
is open to all MWR-eligible
patrons. The registration fee is
$25 per anglerwith a minimum
of $100 per boat. Late registra-
tion ($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 6 p.m.
today at the Sunset Lounge.
The meeting will include a
social hour with hamburgers,
hot dogs, door prizes and a
captain's bag for each regis-
tered team. Bag distribution
will begin at 5:15 p.m. The
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 29 sponsors are
supporting the event, which
was organized and hosted by
the Sigsbee Marina staff. More
than $10,000 in sponsorship
has been provided 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.
Presenting Sponsor ($300):
Blaylock Oil, Bob's Machine


MWR Update


Shop of Tampa, 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, Sign of Sandford,
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 Key
West.
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.

Trumbo Pool to close
for drain work
The Trumbo Pool will close
Tuesday for work on the drain
covers, as mandated by recent-
ly-enacted federal pool safety
regulations. The pool will be
drained to allow the work to be
done. Officials plan to have the
pool re-filled and ready to go
on May 31. MWR apologizes
for any inconvenience.

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 Florida Marlins
vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays
in Miami free for all active
duty Transportation will be
provided: Departure is at 8
a.m. from ITT on Sigsbee.
$5 holding fee reimbursed
on the van must be paid
today.
* May 30 Paintball off of
Government Road, $15 for


equipment, 500 rounds and
safety gear. Only $5 more for
an additional 500 rounds.
Call or stop by to sign up.
For more information, contact
Emma Harlow at 293-2682.

'Idol' contest continues
at Sunset Lounge
"Idol" finals continue
Thursday at the Sunset
Lounge. Contestants will per-
form beginning at 7 p.m. The
winner will be selected June 3.
Also at the Lounge:
Wednesday Karaoke 7 p.m.
* Thursday DJ, 7 p.m.-close
* Fridays- Live music, 7-11 p.m.
* Saturday-live music, 7-11 p.m.
The kitchen is open for dinner
5 9 p.m. daily and for lunch
from 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. on
Wednesday, Saturdays, and
Sunday.
Call 293-4435 for more info.

Runway Grill
Lunch Specials
The specials are $6 and
include a fountain drink.
Specials are subject to avail-
ability. Healthy alternatives
are available salads, wraps
and grilled chicken. Call 293-
2116 for more information.
* Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.-1
p.m.
* Tuesday, May 26 Swedish
meatballs, egg noodles, veg-
gies and dinner roll.
* Wednesday, May27-Sloppy
Joe, potatoes augratin, ranch
beans and veggies.
* Thursday, May 28 Chicken
fajitas, Spanish rice, black
beans and Mexican corn.
* Friday, May 29 Fish, hush
puppies, steak fries & cole-
slaw.


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

Special Events

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
sports entertainment on the
island.








HONORING THE LEGACY


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Naval Air Station Key West Chiefs look at a tombstone in the Key
West Cemetery while placing flags at veteran's graves Thursday. The
Key West Chapter of the Navy League of the United States will hold
their annual ceremony Monday at 9 a.m. at the Maine Memorial
Cemetery Plot in the cemetery. NAS Key West Commanding Officer
Capt. Steven Holmes will be the guest speaker and the air station
Honor Guard will render a 21-gun rifle salute.


Restrictions

still on despite

recent rain

FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC
AFFAIRS
Due to critically low
groundwater lev-
els, South Florida
Water Management District
(SFWMD) has issued an emer-
gency order implementing
one-day-a-week landscape
irrigation restrictions.
*Odd-numbered addresses
may water only on Saturdays
from midnight to 10 A.M.
and/or 4 P.M. to 11:59 P.M.


* Even numbered addresses
may water only on Sundays
from midnight to 10 A.M.
and/or 4 P.M. to 11:59 P.M.
* Systems with no street
address and systems that
irrigate both even and odd
addresses within the same
zones, including multi-
family units, homeowners
associations and shopping
centers follow the sched-
ule for even-numbered
addresses.
SFWMD has requested and
FKAA may implement addi-
tional conservation measures
which may result in reduced
system pressure.
These measures are a result
of the following:
The 2008-2009 South


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Mabus Sworn in as New Navy Secretary L
FROM DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE
ay Mabus, former
Mississippi governor
and U.S. ambassador to
the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
was sworn in Tuesday as the
75th secretary of the Navy.
Leading the Navy and
Marine Corps, Mabus will be
responsible for an annual bud-


get in excess of $150 billion
and almost 900,000 people.
The secretary of the Navy is
responsible for conducting all The Hor
the affairs of the Department Navy (S
of the Navy, including recruit- of Defel
ing, organizing, supply- for Mab
ing, equipping, training and Secreta
mobilizing. Additionally, he
oversees the construction, he str
outfitting and repair of naval job cre
ships, equipment and facili- appoir
ties and is responsible for the Saudi
formulation and implementa- his ten
tion of policies and programs cially
that are consistent with the of U.S.
national security policies and with I
objectives established by the chairm
president and the secretary of officer
defense. ufactur
Prior to joining the admin-
istration of President Barack
Obama, Mabus served in a


variety of top posts in govern-
ment and the private sector.
In 1988, Mabus was elected
governor of Mississippi where


Florida dry season so far
ranks as the driest since
recordkeeping began in
1932. From the beginning of
November through the end
of April, the 16-county dis-
trict received and average of
4 1/2 inches of rain, creating
a rainfall deficit of more than
10 inches. Water resources
across South Florida contin-
ue to decline as evaporation
rates increase with longer,
hotter days.
Restrictions are applicable
to all Monroe County residents
including NAS KeyWest.
For further information
from SFWMD on the current
restrictions and water savings
tips please visit http://www.
savewaterFL.com.


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U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Kevin S. O'Brien
lorable Ray Mabus is sworn in as the 75th Secretary of the
ECNAV) by Jeh Johnson, General Counsel for the Department
nse, during a ceremony at the Pentagon. Holding the Bible
us is Yeoman 1st Class Timothy James, a member of the
ry of the Navy staff.


essed education and
ation. In 1994, he was
ited ambassador to
Arabia, where during
iure, the Kingdom offi-
ibandoned the boycott
. businesses that trade
srael. Mabus also was
an and chief executive
of Foamex, a large man-
ing company, and also


served as a Navy surface war-
fare officer aboard the cruiser
USS Little Rock.
Mabus is a native of
Ackerman, Miss., and received
a bachelor's degree from the
University of Mississippi, a
master's degree from Johns
Hopkins University, and a
law degree from Harvard Law
School.


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Marines leave for
Afghanistan

SBY LANCE CPL. JOHN FARIA
Unit II MEF

ao The Marines and Sailors
lof 2nd Battalion, 8th
j- Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine
" Division, bade farewell to
S their loved ones as they left on
a deployment to Afghanistan
from Camp Lejeune, N.C.
May 18.
First Sgt. Robert Pullen,


Services At a Glance


senior enlisted advisor for
Company G, said his Marines
are going to Afghanistan to
work with the local govern-
ment to establish a lasting
peace for the region.
"In the past it was more
straightforward. Our mission
was to go and secure an objec-
tive, but now we look even fur-
ther to help the host nation's
government," said Pullen. "I
think one of the things that we
really look at is one day our
grandchildren may not have
to go to this country and fight


a war. I think if we go there and
help stabilize the environment
and make friends, then it'll
make it better for the future."
However, the focus was
on family and friends as the
Marines and sailors exchanged
goodbyes before their depar-
ture.
John Stys attended to see
off his sons Lance Cpl. Scott
and Lance Cpl. Brad, who are
both infantrymen with 2nd
Battalion, 8th Marines. John
Stys served inVietnam with the
Army's 101st airborne division,
but said that deployments are
harder as a parent.
"They'll always be your
kids," said Stys. "Even though
you went through (com-
bat), now you see what you
put your parents through. It's
hard, because you know what
they're up against."
Some laughed, some cried
and some treated the day as
business as usual. Yet, under
it all was the knowledge that
these service members were
going to war to create a better
tomorrow for America.
"It feels good to be leaving.
We've worked hard towards
this goal," said Pullen. "There's
a lot of anticipation, but it feels
good to finally get this thing
started."


JOB WELL DONE


MOUNTAIN MISSION


U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Rebecca Danet


A UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter carries medics and sup-
plies to Ayapal, Nicaragua. The medics will perform
two-day medical readiness mission in the remote
mountain village. The Black Hawk and its crew are assigned to
JointTask Force-Bravo's 1st Battalion, 228thAviation Regiment,
at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras.


S


U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Renee C. Aiello
A member from the Navy's Marine Mammal Program rewards a dolphin following a demonstration in the Port of Corpus Christi, May 15, 2009.


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Three Sailors honored as 2008 Instructors of the Year by NETC


BY ED BARKER
Naval Education and Training Command
Public Affairs

Cited as the 'best of

the very best' by the
Commander, Naval
Education and Training
Command (NETC), three
Sailors were selected May 6 as
the 2008 Military Instructors
of the Year.
Rear Adm. Gary Jones,
NETC commander, praised all
the Sailors nominated for the
award for their contributions
to the training and education
enterprise.
"These outstanding instruc-
tors were selected from an
extremely talented field of
nominees who epitomize the
dedication and professional-
ism of instructors throughout
the Navy," said Jones. "They
are the best of the very best
instructors that we have in the
Navy today, and I salute their
outstanding contributions
and continued superb perfor-
mance. They are reflective of
the high-caliber professional
enlisted personnel and officers
who are instructing our Navy's
Sailors throughout the NETC
domain on any given day."
Lt. Joseph P. Gorgol, from
Manchester, N.H., was select-
ed as the Officer Instructor
of the Year (IOY). A surface
warfare officer, Gorgol is cur-
rently assigned to the Center
for Surface Combat Systems
(CSCS) in Dahlgren, Va., and
is the lead instructor for the
Cruise Missile Command,
Tactical Tomahawk Watch
Officer and Land Attack
Warfare Officer courses.
Gorgol received his commis-
sion in 2003 via the Reserve
Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
at Norwich University in
Northfield, Vt. During the past
year, Gorgol trained more than
250 students in all elements
of Surface Ship Strike Warfare
and Theater Strike Command
and Control. He credits his
peers and his students for his
selection as IOY.
"I learn from my peers on


a daily basis," Gorgol said
recently. "It is both an honor
and a privilege to be recog-
nized for standing out among
them; all of whom are striv-
ing to train the war fighters of
tomorrow."
Gorgol, who has been teach-
ing students for nearly two
years at CSCS, admits he has
learned a great deal about what
makes an instructor stand out
from the rest.
"I've learned that an out-
standing instructor is some-
one who is able to connect
with their students in order to
meet their individual needs,"
said Gorgol. "Instructing is
more than public speaking; it
is knowing the personalities in
your class and doing whatever
is necessary to transfer your
knowledge to them. You need
to be a coach, a mentor, a role-
model and a disciplinarian;
all at the same time. It isn't
a 9-to-5 job; it takes around-
the-clock dedication to your
students and your classes."
The Senior Enlisted
Instructor of the Year is Chief
Intelligence Specialist (SW/
AW) Latoya N. Boyd, a 17-year
veteran from Nashville, Tenn.,
who represents the Center for
Naval Intelligence in Virginia
Beach, Va. Boyd serves as
lead instructor and lead-
ing chief petty officer for the
Intelligence Specialist Imagery
Interpretation Class C course
and Afloat Imagery Manager
course. She credits the chief's
mess and her chain-of-com-
mand with making her selec-
tion possible.
"The enlisted intelligence
community comprises only
one percent of the Navy's
manning, and to be chosen
from such a small demograph-
ic, that so few know about due
to the classified nature of our
duties, makes my selection
even more special," said Boyd.
"I feel this award also repre-
sents the efforts of intelligence
professionals who are provid-
ing OJT to Sailors in the fleet,
which adds to and reinforces
the formal training we provide


u.0. itvy IJrluu
ISC Latoya Boyd is a 17-year vet-
eran from Nashville, TN. She was
selected as the Senior Enlisted
Instructor of the Year.

here in the schoolhouse."
Boyd also believes that fur-
thering one's education and
professional development is
critical to improving and mak-
ing a well-rounded Sailor. "I
have tried to be a positive role-
model for both of my daugh-
ters and also for our Sailors,
earning a Master of Science
degree and the Military
Outstanding Volunteer Service
Medal," she added. "To better
prepare myself as a Sailor, I
earned qualifications in both
surface and air warfare, and
as a Master Training Specialist.
My lifelong commitment to
learning has culminated in my
ability to develop and share
effective educational strat-
egies necessary to meet the
needs of an ever-more diverse
fleet composition."
The Enlisted Instructor
of the Year honors went to
Machinist's Mate 1st Class
(SW/AW) Lisa A. Hicks, a
native of Coldspring, Texas.
Hicks' current assignment is
with the Naval Nuclear Power
Training Command (NNPTC)
in Goose Creek (Charleston),
S.C., where she is an instructor
for the Nuclear Field "A" School
Basic Machinery course.
The eight-year Navy veter-
an was surprised and excited
about her selection for IOY,
and sees a lot of herself in her
students. "I've learned that
the old adage 'the only stu-
pid questions are the ones you


U.S. Navy photo U.S. Navy photo
Lt. James E. Gargol, a surface MM1 Lisa Hicks, a native of
warfare officer from Manchester, Coldspring, Tx., was chosen as
N.H., was selected as the Officer the Enlisted Instructor of the
Instructor of the Year. Year.


don't ask' is true," said Hicks.
"When I was a student, I was
always too scared to seek
instructor assistance or ask
questions during class because
I was so worried that my ques-
tions were stupid ones. I try to
use this personal experience
and stories from when I was a
student to ensure none of my
students ever go with a ques-
tion unanswered."
Hicks, who has been
instructing for 29 months
at NNPTC, has learned a lot
from her time at the podium
and what makes for a positive
learning experience. "I think
that what makes an outstand-
ing instructor is the ability to
find different ways to motivate
every single Sailor," she said.
"I try to bring energy to the
classroom so that every lecture
is in some way fun and inter-
esting."
The NETC Military
Instructor of the Year program



Take a look

back in time

S igsbee Elementary on
Naval Air Station Key
West's Sigsbee Park will
celebrate its 50th anniversary
throughout the week with dif-
ferent events and a festival.
Don't miss out on the fun:
* Tuesday 7:45 a.m. -Watch


recognizes Navy and Marine
Corps instructors and facilita-
tors who exemplify personal
excellence and display out-
standing instructional and
leadership performance. The
program highlights the signifi-
cant contributions of individu-
als from throughout the Naval
Education and Training enter-
prise who have been nominat-
ed by their command based
on their sustained superior
performance over the course
of the past year. Nomination
packages, highlighting the
nominee's accomplishments,
community involvement, and
personal and professional
growth, are submitted to NETC
headquarters in Pensacola. An
awards committee reviews the
packages and selects the most
deserving candidates for IOY
honors, which include award
of the Navy-Marine Corps
Commendation Medal and an
IOY plaque.


as the school opens a time
capsule that was buried
years ago and enjoy presen-
tations about the history of
Sigsbee.
* Thursday 2 p.m. Come
out and cheer on spelling
bee participants.
* May 29 7:45 a.m. Enjoy
the official presentation and
skits by the children.
* May 29 5:30 8 p.m. -
Sigsbee will hold a festival.





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(MWR) held the 2009 Armed Forces Day .
Challenge at Sigsbee Park on May 15. k -.
The event is an annual sports competition pit- -
ting teams, separated by department, against
each other in various sporting events.
This year's events included basketball, foot-
ball, tug-o-war, kickball, dodgeball, relay races,
a golf chipping contest, volleyball and more.
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MWR Fitness Coordinator Jill Lynch cheers on
runners while showing them where the finish line
is. The winner of the race was the Navy Branch
Health Clinic's (NBHC) HM2 Eric Sinnott for the
males and for the females NBHC's LT Wier won the
trophy.


US Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
A Sea Bee participant performs the sack race leg of the
sports relay race. VFC-111 won the event.


US Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Players, from the Coast Guard and the Sea Bee teams,
fight for a pass thrown to the middle of the field. The
Sea Bee's won the flag football competition final game
4-1 against the Coast Guard.











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floors, A/C, W/D, big shed, patio,
fenced yard, close to NAS, $1,150,
call (305) 394-1242.
Townhome in Key West, carport,
A/C, W/D, storage in carport, one of
the largest pools in Key West, close
to shopping centers, no smoking or
pets, $1,700. Call (305) 304-1242.
2/2 on canal, lower Sugarloaf Key,
screened wrap-around porch, tile
with carpeted rooms, lots of storage
and large yard, $1,900/month F/US,
(515) 556-8758 or (303) 437-8697.
3/2 MM 19.5, deep water canal front
home, available 6/8. Fenced lot, well-
behaved pets considered, $2,300.
Call (301) 247-5215.
3/1 with sleeping loft, old town
duplex, front porch, backyard, W/
D, A/C, wood floors, carpeting and
tile, $2,195 F/L/S plus utilities, year
lease. Call (646) 644-5756.
2/1 Big Pine Key, unfurnished, on
canal, tiled floor, A/C, patio, quiet
neighborhood. No smokers, birds
or dogs, $1,100/month F/L/$1,000
security. Available now, call (305)
395-2917 or email isafari @ bellsouth.
net.
1/1 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 neighbor-
hood, 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/US, available 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 utili-
ties 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 utili-
ties except electric. F/S, will negoti-


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ate, call Priscilla (918) 619-7969.
2/2 private bath with each bed-
room, furnished, private corner lot,
off-street parking, W/D, central A/C,
$1,400, call Kevin at 294-4001.
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.
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 appliances, very
quiet, $2,000/month, call Sean (619)
647-1595.
2/2 Cudjoe, on boating canal, W/D,
D/W, beautifully remodeled kitchen
with granite countertops. Great
house in a super neighborhood,
$1,700/month, OBO. Call (904) 477-
2285 or (305) 797-8505.
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 stor-
age 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 medical/insurance back-
ground. Applicants must be courte-
ous, 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
Avon by Veronica. Interested in
Avon products or becoming an Avon
Representative? Want to have an
Avon party or a Fundraising Event?
Contact Veronica at (305) 904-1927,
or e-mail, avon.by.veronica@gmail.
com, or visit: www.youravon.com/
vchaix to make an appointment or
purchase products.
Kenny's personal computer repair.
Is your computer running slow? I
can help with tune ups, building your
dream computer, suggest hardware
upgrades, and more. Call Kenny at
(954) 801-0822.
Looking for a Florida State
Commissioned Notary that is
available seven days a week? Call
Shanna Christensen at (305) 879-
7757 and leave a message.
Nails by Robin, manicures, pedi-
cures, acrylic, gel, glitter, special
occasion makeup, waxing, tinting
and ear piercing. 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://florida-
keyshomeschoolers.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 busi-
ness? Give me a call to set up your
party! Call Emily Jones, 292-2266.
Private swim lessons, infant swim-
ming resource. Individual self-rescue
swimming 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 program
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
service uniforms done to specifica-
tions, all common sewing needs,
hemming and repairs welcome. Call
any day (239) 938-6854. Same day
service available.
Baby Sign. Want to learn to commu-
nicate with your child using sign lan-
guage 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 inven-
tory right here in Key West. Call her
at (305) 797-6634 or go to www.
marykay.com/radiantrobin.
Writing services. Internationally
published freelance writer can help
you write the perfect piece. Need
help with a technical piece, lan-
guage tutoring, or editing? In addi-
tion to general writing, I do medi-
cal, wellness and children's writ-
ing. Please contact Sandy Kaster at
(305) 292-1558 or (813) 470-0222 or
pkaster@hotmail.com.
No time to clean? Housecleaning
services now available for week-
ends 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 informa-
tion 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 car-
pets, tile floors, yard maintenance,
tropical landscaping. Call Miriam
or Daniel at 393-0439. Se habla
Espanol.
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 confidentiality
of your home at: lisahuber.purero-
mance.com.
DaFloProductions Mobile DJ
Entertainment. Providing strictly the
hits foryour 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 infor-
mation 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
appointment 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 Accelerate Your 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
military uniforms and civilian clothes.
Dry cleaning service also available.
Stop by at 3201 Flagler or call 292-
1112.
NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIED are
free for active-duty and retired per-
sonnel, their families and civilian
base employees 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
otherwise directed, ads will run for
four issues. Name and phone num-
ber must accompany all requests in
order for them to be considered for
publication. For more information,
call 293-2434.


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BUSY WATER
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seeking immediate em-
ployment for full & part
time check in staff. Must
have computer and or-
ganizational skills.
Apply in person
241 Front Street

CONSTRUCTION
No exp needed. Paid
training, good salary &
benefits, vacation, $ for
school. HS grads ages
17-34. Call Mon-Fri
800-432-3502
FRONT DESK
P/T weekend position for
Customer Service Pro-
fessioinal. $12/hr +
comm. Familiar w/Revo
or RoomMaster.
511 Caroline St.


HOME HEALTH
AGENCY
In need of RN's, LPN's,
and Home Health Aide's.
Servicing Monroe
County. Contact us
Alternative Medical
Health Care Services
305-447-8981, fax
305-447-8982.
HOTEL RESERVATION/
MARKETING
POSITION AVAILABLE
Full-time hotel marketing
experience a plus. Excel-
lent benefits and work
environment. Apply in
person at Best Western
Key Ambassador, 3755
S. Roosevelt Blvd. Key
West. EOE.
KEYWEST
ORTHOPEDICS
is looking for a part-time-
full-time Licensed Physi-
cal Therapist, Physical
Therapist Assistant and a
Phlebotomist. Please call
305-295-9797 or fax re-
sume 305-295-9796.
KEYS ENERGY
SERVICES

RECEPTIONIST
Primary responsibility
operating telephone ter-
minal, and route incom-
ing telephone calls to the
proper persons or tele-
phone extensions. Other
responsibilities greet and
direct walk-in customers,
assist customers with in-
quiries, and process
check and credit card
payments. Qualified ap-
plicants must possess a
high school diploma or
equivalent, and be able
to read, write, communi-
cate effectively in English
(bilingual preferred), and
pass basic math test, typ-
ing test, and computer
assessment. Starting
salary: $28,329
$31,283. Interested ap-
plicants can pick up an
application and job de-
scription at Keys Energy
Services' Human Re-
sources office located at
1001 James Street, Key
West, Florida, or print a
copy from our website
www.keysenergycom
Applications will be ac-
cepted beginning Tues-
day, May 19, 2009
through 5pm Wednes-
day, May 20, 2009.
KEYS is an Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer and pro-
motes a Drug-Free Work-
place.


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Animal Care Supervisor
The Florida Keys SPCA
is seeking an individual
with management experi-
ence in Animal Shelter,
Animal Health Care, or
Animal Hospital fields to
oversee all animal care
aspects of the Shelter.
Please email resume to:
info@fkspca.org or fax to
305-294-1331.

INSURANCE PROP-
ERTY AND CASUALTY
Customer Service Repre-
sentative for property
and casualty insurance
agency. 440 or 220 li-
cense would be pre-
ferred. Requires
knowledge of commercial
lines and/or personal
lines insurance. Job re-
quires use of computer
for data entry.
Please send resume to:
Elizabeth or
David Freeman
Porter Allen Company
513 Southard St.
Key West, FL. 33040
305-294-2542
or fax 305-296-0054


FRONT DESK
Galleon Resort is looking
for a full-time Guest
Service Agent to work at
this Upscale Timeshare
Resort. Must be fluent in
English and have some
computer skills. Week-
end hours are required.
Medical, Dental and Vi-
sion insurance available.
Apply in person at 617
Front Street, no calls
please. Previous appli-
cants need not apply.
MARINA MAITENACE
POSITION
Reliable person needed.
Boating knowledge help-
ful but not required, com-
puter literate, lift up 50
Ibs, customer service
skills, grounds maintne-
nance, general cleaning,
drug/back round test re-
quired. Fax Resume to-
295-0673 or e-mail:
marinajob09@yahoo.com
NOW HIRING
PT Bartender and FT
Front Desk. 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
PT/FT Free Info!
www.MvDreamsAtHome.com
PART-TIME
Housekeeper/Front desk
for Old Town Bed &
Breakfast. Must speak
fluent English & provide
References. Ask for
Julie. (305)797-5228

PIER HOUSE RESORT
Night Auditor
FTF 32-35 hrs per wk.

Must have the following
Qualifications: Fluent in
English, 1 yr exp. at
Front Desk in a full serv-
ice resort/hotel, Stable
work history, Available to
work 11:30pm 7am,
weekends/holidays, Ex-
cellent customer service
skills, Able to work alone.
Night Audit exp. a plus.
Excellent benefits/pay
Drug Free Workplace
EOE, M/F/D/V Apply
Mon.-Fri. 10am-4pm One
Duval Street HR Dept.


CAR DETAILER EXPERIENCED PT
Experienced, Pay based TECHNICIAN WANTED
on exp. Apply in person For Avaya Definity
"Key West Auto Web" Switch Maintenance,
MM 10.5 Big Coppitt Key DSL Installation and
Maintenance.
POSITIONS E-mail resume to:
AVAILABLE sphillips@volt-telecom.com
at
WESTIN KEYWEST. Property Manager/
SUNSET KEY. MARINA Reservationist
WEATHER STATION for a busy vacation rental
AND BANANA BAY company is looking for
3/4 time. You should be
Sunset Key customer service ori-
*Breakfast Line Cook ented and able to multi-
F/T task. Have excellent oral
and written communica-
Westin tion and leadership skills,
*Hostess and possess a proficient
F/T knowledge of MS Office
applications (Word, Out-
*Applicants for line look, etc.) Starting salary
cook MUST have 2 to 3 approx. $30K Higher for
years of experience in well qualified applicants.
order to apply for the Please send CV/Re-
position. sume, along with a cover
letter detailing experi-
+Previous applicants ence and salary expecta-
need not apply again. tions to: Historic Hidea-
ways, 1109 Duval St.
*Applications hours are Phone: 305.294.3064
from 9am to 4pm. Fax: 305.294.8632
RESERVATIONIST
Drug Free Work Place Looking for a full-time
An Equal Opportunity Reservationist with a
Employer Apply in Per- minimum of 2 yrs. experi-
son 245 Front Street, ence. To book vacation
Key West or Email rentals for nationwide
Resume to: company Call Kevin
HR@westinkevwestresort.com 954-401-7096.


ALONZO'S
NOW HIRING
For Line Cooks.
Apply in person at
700 Front Street or
Call 294-5880.
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
RETAIL SALES
immediate F/T opening
for reliable, ambitious
jewelry sales person w/
verifiable local exp. Top
pay for top producers,
Apply in person:
Key West Pearl Co.
431 Front Street.
Tour Guide Part Time
Truman's Little White
House.
Please call Sandy
(305)296-4557
207 Simonton St.
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace


BOOKKEEPER P/T
Big Pine Key; Quick-
Books experience neces-
sary Retirees welcome.
797-4575

HYDRO TECHNICIAN
F/T or P/T. Hydro testing
facility on Big Pine Key.
Clean driving record,
math aptitude, lift 40 Ibs.
797-4575.

SECURITY / GATE
ATTENDANT
F/T openings available
on 2nd and 3rd shifts.
Must have valid Drivers
license & reliable trans-
portation. Background
check required. Apply in
person at Sunshine Key
RV Resort 38801 Over-
seas Highway. MM39

Toy Poodle, apricot
3mo.tiny, pics avail, AKC
Champ lines, $850
MM15. 352-572-7720.

American Eskimo from
the breeder, puppy
trained, $775 766-2336

Chihuahua Puppies
CKC registered. 2 males
(1 long hair &1 short) &1
long hair female.
$800-$1,000. Call
757-589-2191


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Maltese, Male, Tiny 1.5
pounds, Bay Point,
$950. 352-572-7720
Toy Poodle, apricot girl
tiny, pics avail, AKC
Champ lines, $900
MM15. 352-572-7720.

2 Mongoose MC bike
Light weight, 21 speeds.
Both $200 305-766-6230.


Mahogony finish, 5
piece dining room table.
54x36. $550. 292-7718
Full bed curved high
back frame in box. $361
OBO. 609-827-6934.
MATTRESS/BOX SETS
Excellent quality. 2 Kings
-$500, 1 Queen-$350, 2
Twins-$200, OBO's
Headboards/night stands
avail. Too! Call Bill @
304.3230
DINNING ROOM SET
Butcher block table, 4
chairs. Like new. $170.
305-295-8644.


Variax line 6 guitar
w/POD XTlive floor
board. Black, like new.
$499 obo. 294-6985.


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Wurlitzer Console Piano
w/bench, tuned, move lo-
cal free $495. 292-1972

SHARE LUX. CONDO
Own BR.& BA.,priv. balc.
pool, on beach. Must be
resp. & neat. $925 + util.
+ sec. 203-767-9008
COTTAGE FOR RENT
Beautiful surrounding.
$675 util incl. DSL, pri-
vate bathroom. Ref. re-
quired. Ask for Lucy.
305-766-0443.
Priv. Bedroom & Bath
In a 2BR nicely furn apt.
Old Town. Clean &
quiet. W/D, OSP C/A/C
$235/wk. 586-615- 3559.
LG. 3 BEDROOM APT.
1 person only. 4 bat,
W/D, Central A/C, walk in
closets, WiFi-DVR. Own
porch w/entrance $1,000
mo. + utils, $1,500 dep.
No pets. Call Annette,
305-942-6901
KW BEHIND
SEARS TOWN
2/1, A/C, cable, W/D.
Great place. $650 month
includes all utilities. Dan
305-924-4256.


SHARE HOME
Furnished, A/C, W/D &
parking available.
$600/mo. inc. utilities.
Call 509-0049


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
1/1 CENTRAL A/C
Ceiling fans, tile firs.,
W/D, Non-smoking.
$1,150 F/L/S, all util. in-
cluded. 797-8698
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.
LARGE CLEAN ROOM
priv.entrance, no
drugs/drunks/pets. Quiet,
clean person only
305-394-2330


MID TOWN
Room for rent, 6' privacy
fence with lots of parking,
W/D, A/C, cable, wireless
internet, and util all incl.
$700 month 896-2132.
SHARE 2/1 OLD TOWN
Everything incl. even
phone, quiet $850/mo
$400 sec. 305-600-1123
/ 305-393-4569. no dogs
BEAUTIFUL ROOM
FOR RENT
Pool, W/D, DSI, $235
week incl. util.
305-292-3713.
203 OLIVIA ST.
Room in Conch House
pool, fenced, MOVE IN
BONUS inc. util. F/L/S.
305-304-7683





$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


Summerland Key mm25
Small, cozy, furn. 2/1.
$750/mo. inc. elec. (up to
$100), water & cable.
F/L/S. 872-7824
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.
3BR/2BA Stock Island
$1,200/mo plus utilities,
F/L/S, big yard, clean,
5660 Laurel Ave.,
305-797-0519
KEY WEST
2BR/1BA. Updated, tile
floors, nice yard. OSP.
$1,000 plus utilities
(305)797-6553
AVAILABLE
IMMEDIATELY
2/1, corner lot, 27 Verde.
$1,200/mo. F/L/S.
394-3751
2/1 ON CANAL
Little Torch Key. W/D,
Storage shed. Coral
Shores Estates. F/L/S
$800/mo. 305-797-1393
BIG PINE KEY
Large 2 bedroom, 1.5BA,
$900/mo + deposit + util.
1 BR/1BA
$550 mo, electric,
Sorry no dogs or cats
305-240-0493.


Southernmost Fyer 15


***Shipyard Condo***
2BR/1 BA, 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
**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
FOR RENT 2BR/2BA
Furnished condo at Salt
Ponds Condominium
Bldg. 3675. Covered
parking, no pets. $1,600
mo F/L/S, 305-296-3164
cell 305-923-4605.


SMATHERS BEACH
1, 2 & 3 bedroom fully
furnished condos on 8
acres of gated seclusion,
2 pools & tennis courts.
All you need are clothes
and groceries. Available
for 6 to 9 month leases.
Monthly rates range from
$1,250 to $1,750. Utili-
ties included. I also
have annual lease units
from $1,150/mo. Gale
Shepard 305-294-6069



SANTA CLARA CONDO
New Town, 2BR/2BA
tennis, pool. $1,400/mo.
Sorry no pets. Avail. now.
305-923-0517.

LAS SALINAS
Key West, 2br/2ba avail.
June 1, $1500/mo plus
utilities, contact Joyce
beach2live@Yahoo.com
or call Roberta at
305-797-5263

3229 FLAGLER #201
2BR/1BA, clean, central
A/C, tile throughout, W/D.
$1,250, F/S
305-304-2012.


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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:
www.kevwestrentalcomDanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922
3 BR &2 BA CONDO
$1680 mo. Las Salinas,
Key West. Move in
ready. W/D, A/C & pool.
Vic Musmanno, PA.
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
2/1 SHIPYARD CONDO
fenced yard, Brick patio,
OSP, short walk to beach
/Duval/park, $1850/mo +
utils. F/L/S 797-3356



BEAUTIFUL TREE TOP
1/1, w/tiny 2nd bedroom.
Avail now to Nov/Dec. If
you see it you'll rent it.
$1,200 + elec. No smoke
or pets. 296-6108.
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
MM 10.5 1BR/2BA
24 hr. gated community,
2 pools, Marina, laundry
facilities, no pets, 2 per-
son max. $1,000/mo.,
$500 sec. 294-6492.
1BR/1BA NEWTOWN
Available June 1st. Quiet
neighborhood. No pets
no smoking. Preferred 1
person. $1,000 month.
F/US. Utilities included.
294-1119.
OLD TOWN 2BR & EFF
2BR updated kitchen,
W/D, fans, 3A/C, nicely
furnished. $1450/mo
Efficiency w/full kitchen,
$900/mo. No pets,
no drugs. Annual lease,
F/S. 305-292-1551


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
Key West Efficiency
Includes pool, util's, ca-
ble. $950/mo. Available
immediately! Call
305-879-9111
ADORABLE, PRIVATE
Third level, one bedroom,
no smoking, no pets, in-
cludes utilities. $1,500
mo. Call Ken @
305-393-9263.
MID TOWN ON
PATTERSON AVE.
Unique Hobbit style
apartment. 1.5 bedrooms
upstairs/downstairs, all
utils. inc. Sorry no pets.
F/L/S. $1,350/mo.
849-2226.
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1711 JOSEPHINE
Deluxe 2BR/1BR. A/C,
tile floors, OSP. Available
June 1st. $1,250 +
$1,000 sec.
305-296-5740
OLD TOWN
Nothing fancy Large effi-
ciency, private balcony
$750 mo plus all util.
Everett Watkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269
APT. NEAR WHITE ST
1Bd/1Ba, $975/mo. Pri-
vate setting., downstairs,
W/D. All utils except elec.
& cable incl. 619-1227
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 -1,048sq.ft
1,075 sq. ft.

ALL UNITS AVAIL
NOW!!
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Large renovated studio,
ceramic tile throughout, a
outdoor patio. M
$1125/mo. F/L/S
1 year lease. No pets. O
Joesi 305-942-6026
TRUMAN AVE. APT.
1/1 avail, now. Great lo-
cation in Old Town. Lg. C
walk-in closet. Non-
smoking. $1,225/mo.
F/L/S. 296-1979 for more y
information, a
2/2 SEAPORT
DISTRICT
Avail 6/1, W/D, DW,
micro, cen. A/C, OSP No
smokers, small pet ok. ukr
F/S ref. req.
305-923-6199.
Lg. Efficiency on Open
Water--Big Pine Key
Suitable for 1 person.
F/L/S water, elec. &
cable inc. $875
954-432-3793
954-559-3806
New Town Large 1BR
Available immediately,
Reduced rate of
$1,080/mo. 3101 Riviera
Call 305-296-6863



FREE RENT
WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
Call for details
Now Leasing
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Starting at *$1250 G
UNDER NEW MGMT.
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
Key West FL
305-294-3124
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
"SPRING SPECIAL"
First Month
Rent 1/2 Price!!
1,2 and 3 bedrooms
Apts. in Old Town S
New Homes
in Stock Island
Rents starting at $1,100
Call for Details 292-8982
Location 3 Real Estate
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
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STOCK ISLAND 1/1
Clean, Good neighbor-
hood, F/L/S $950/mo
call Steve 747-0020 or
Bobby 797-6461
1BR+ LOFT/2BA
Patio, on Simonton & Ea-
ton $1,500. F/L/S. No
pets. 917-386-4866.
Large Old Town Studio
on quiet Frances St. Tile
floors, private porch,
W/D. $1,075 + utils.
F/L/S year lease. No
dogs. Available now!
305-296-8132.
2618 FOGARTY AVE.
Quiet, clean, 2/1. All new
appliances, tile floors,
back yard, OSP. $1,495.
F/L 1/2 sec. Sewer &
trash incl. 305-304-
4211: 294-4381
1/2 Duplex in Old Town
2BR/1BA clean solid
house. W/D, window A/C
unit, porch, OSP, 6 mo.
lease renew after. Dog
considered. $1,450, F/S.
Avail 5/15 305-797-1561
SOLANA VILLAGE
1BR, Cent. a/c, access to
pool & deck. OSP, full
kitchen, $900/mo + utils.
F/L/S 305-296-5667
KEY WEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.keywestrealty.com

WILLIAM STREET
2BR/2BA w/small loft.
Tile and wood floors,
sunken living room,
stackable W/D hook-up.
$1,700/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

3BR/1BATRAILER
Stock Island. On the
water, fenced in yard;
pets welcome.
$1,250/mo.

3BR/2BA ON FLAGLER
W/D, tile & wood floors,
freshly painted. $1,850
F/S/S

3BR/3BA TOWNHOUSE
w/dipping pool, gated
community, carpet & tile,
W/D, D/W, CAC $2,650/
F/S/S
FOUR 1BR/1BAAPTS.
In Old Town. Gorgeously
renovated. DW, W/D,
c/A/C, Jacuzzi tub. 326
Southard and 904 James
St. rent ranges $1,350 -
$1,550, F/L $1,000 sec.
Dog ok! 305-304-5002.


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MID TOWN
Large clean quiet Studio
6' privacy fence with lots
of parking, full kitchen,
W/D, A/C, cable, wireless
internet, and util all incl.
$1,000 month 896-2132.



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
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. now. 907
Catherine St. $1,600 F/L
$900 sec. 3 people maxi-
mum. Lenny 797-6963.

LARGE 3BR(4)/2.5 BA
Pool, pets considered.
Avail 6/1. $2,500/mo 6
month or 1 yr. lease
781-635-8313
907 South St.
2BR/2BA, CAC, W/D,
fenced yard, fully
equipped kitchen, avail.
now. $2,200/mo plus
utilities. 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



COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR / 1.5 BA avail 7/2
$1600 + utils

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


Florida
2 BR / 1 BA avail now
Upstairs w/balcony,
shared pool,
$1650 per mo + utils,
Military discount,
Water/sewer/garbage incl


Furnished

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

KWGC Conch
2 BR / 2BA 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 now
$2000 per mo +utils

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

Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480
Or 888-884-7368
www.compass-realtv.com
OLD TOWN
Thompson Lane. 2BR
2BA, c/A/C, W/D, OSP,
no pets. $1700 C21 All
Keys 294-4200 x 19 Rob
WATERFRONT
Calm,Quiet 2/2, open
floor plan, tile, full appli-
ances, cen A/C, garage,
workshop/ storage, 1st fir
patios, 2nd fir decks,
open views, 47ft seawall,
$1900/mo F/L/S, Military
Disc., Bay Point,
305-240-0759
SUGARLOAF CANAL
FRONT
3/2, plus office. Covered
parking, fenced yard, ce-
ment seawall and davits,
close to school, pets al-
lowed, Avail June 10,
$1,850.

BIG PINE
Swimming canal, 2/1.5,
covered parking, double
fenced lot, storage area,
pets allowed. $1,600.
Avail. Immediately.
Call 295-7070
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


UPPER SUGARLOAF
KEY
19524 -19514 Canal
drive. 3BR/2BA, property
100x140 each. $2,000
per mo. each. No de-
posit. No last
305-304-0267, 305-9749.
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
3/2 NEW TOWN
Very nice, 3/2, pool,
nicely landscaped, tile
floors. $1,950 mo. F/L/S.
305-794-0233.
6529 MALONEY AVE.
CBS home 3BR/1BA.
70x70 rear yard, beach
sand, docks, water front.
$2,000 per month. No
last, no deposit, utilities
included.

1 BR/1 BA
Mobile home. $1,000 per
month. No last, no de-
posit, utilities included.

TWO 2BR/1BA
$1,400 per month. No
deposit, no last, utilities
included.

305-304-0267
305-304-9749.

Key West Vacation
Properties & Realty

Now Available for Rent

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
504 Simonton Street
$1,200.00 per month

315 William St Up
$1,300.00 per month
Inc Utilities

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
2400 Fogarty Avenue
$1,400.00 per month

Santa Clara #208
$1,375.00 per month

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
208 Olivia St
$1,700.00 per month

3675 Seaside Dr #332
$1,500.00 per month

1314 William Street
$2,000.00 per month

For More Information or
An Appointment Call
Jaime Caballero
Property Manager/
Realtor
305-797-4130
RAMROD KEY 3/2
With boat basin. W/D,
$1,800/mo includes utils.
Seasonal rental avail.
412-512-6230


2BR/2BA SUGARLOAF
19532 Navajo St. Walk-
ing distance to Sugarloaf
Elementary, pets al-
lowed, fenced yard.
$1,500/mo. F/S. 305-
393-9342 or (615)
944-4731
*CASA MARINA AREA*
1415 Alberta St., "The
Polynesian House". 4/4,
Central a/c, w/d, huge
pool, spa, large court-
yard, OSP. Pets, kids
OK. $3,500/month + utili-
ties (incl. pool and yard
service). Call 304-0210
SUMMERLAND KEY
3/2 on canal. Screen
porches front and back.
$1,900 mo. incl. util.
F/L/S. 305-797-0005.
2/2 RAMROD KEY
On canal. $1,600/mo.
utilities included. First &
deposit. 561-346-3494 or
305-923-0993.



2/1 DUPLEX BIG PINE
Two units avail. Deep
canal. Tile firs, granite
counter tops, fenced yd.
boat slip. $1,100 + utils.
305-587-1212
STUDIO COTTAGE
Great Old town location.
Very private & quiet, new
in and out, $800/mo
F/L/S 305-896-2000
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.
ON BOATING CANAL
MM25 Summerland Key
2BD/1BA tile firs., pets
possible, all util. incl.
$1,390/mo. (215)
385-4060
3BR/2BAWATER-
FRONT DUPLEX
7 Diamond Dr., Big Cop-
pitt. Almost 1600 s.f. 60'
boating/swimming dock,
new paint in and out.
Stainless appliances,
fenced yard, pets OK.
$2,400/mo. incl. util. Call
Shad 216-791-7916.
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
now. 305-923-9080
LOWER KEYS 4BR/2BA
on great boating canal
available.
Call Dyne Vaugh
Florida Keys Realty, Inc.
745-3717


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2/2 SUGARLOAF KEY
On canal, boat davits,
water view, pets allowed,
screened porch. Can be
furn. $1600/mo + util
305-745-7589; 407-6125

*****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.

BIG PINE KEY
LARGE 1BR/1BA
Canal w/dock, A/C,
appliances, W/D.
$1,300/mo. F/S

3BR/2BA STILT HOME
Fully furnished, C/A/C,
hard wood floors, W/D,
downstairs storage,
fenced yard, basic cable
inc. $2,000/mo. F/S

3BR/2BA CANALHOME
Florida room, seawall,
davits, patio, gated yard.
A/C, W/D, lots of storage.
$2,000mo. F/S

1/1 EFFICIENCY
W/D, A/C units. $160/wk.
F/S

FOR RENT OR SALE
$3,000/mo. Four fenced
lots, 3 bays, paint booth,
office & more. Ideal for
Body Shop Business or
Towing Company. Lots of
Storage.

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

KEY WEST
2/2, appliances, a/c,
deck, priv. fence,OSP,
$1800/mo F/S

305-872-4144
ELEGANT & SPACIOUS
3 Bed, 2.5 Bath, well ap-
pointed house with pool,
ample parking, & excel-
lent location. Avail.now.
$3250 +util. Ask For:
EverettWatkins
Preferred Properties
305-304-4269


KEY HAVEN 2BR/2BA
Canal, newly renovated,
granite, tile, W/D,
$2,500/mo. C21 All Keys
294-4200 x 19 Rob
2/1.5 GOLF CLUB
TOWNHOUSE
On lagoon pool. Avail-
able 6/1. Non smoking.
$1,775 plus utilities, F/S.
6 month OK. Pets con-
sidered. Call 296-4573.


Waterfront Resort
Close to Duval. Both 2BR
and 1BR units avail.
From $150/night w/full
kitchen & balcony over-
looking water. Call for de-
tails 305-712-0352
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


WAREHOUSE/
WORKSHOP
1300s.f. $1,200 mo.,
1200s.f. $1,000 mo.
25' ceilings. 360-2137.
1100 TRUMAN AVE
800 sq.ft, Good Location,
$1500/mo + taxes,
Immediate Occupancy.
561-523-0626
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
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
624 WHITEHEAD ST.
Large. rooms, Could be
used for retail or offices.
renovated,owner realtor,
296-7063

KEYS MINI-SELF
STORAGE
Mini warehouse 6x10 up
to 10x20. Clean, dry,
safe, secure.
305-296-3912.
STORAGE
Industrial Warehouses
Sizes vary.
Storage Containers
On our site or yours.
Call (305)294-0277







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2007 HOMES OF MERIT
2BR/1BA, sold to settle
C Estate. Lot 63, Stadium
i Trailer Park. No money
down, assume mortgage
1 to qualified buyer.
* $236/mo. 386-566-9511



, $800.00 PER MONTH
cc
S 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
2/1 MOBLIE HOME
w/lot, currently rented for
$1450/mo. Asking $149K
Call Louie Paez
Coldwell Banker
305-395-1081


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KEY WEST 3BR/2BA
Remodeled, tile floors,
drywall, new cabinets &
counter tops, tile shower
$25,000 305-797-6553


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.
Cudjoe 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


$14,30 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.
Cudjoe Gardens Lot
130' seawall,canal,


bldg permit.$379K
BPK canal $149,975
Duck Key $177,900
Call Judy K. Petkewicz
Realty Executives
305-304-8304 (cell)
www.lovefloridakevs.com
AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekeywest.com
OLD TOWN
1/1 spacious apt
located in Casa Marina
area
w/covered lanai, hard-
wood floors
shared laundry & OSP
No pets
Available Now
$1,600/ mo F/US
1/1 spacious apt


Pets considered
Available Now
Pay Electric only
$1,375/mo F/US
1/1 cottage
Private hot tub
Shared pool
Pets considered
Available June
$1,375/ 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
4/2.5 home plus den
Gated community
Furnished- on water
Private pool


Friday, May 22, 2009





Pets considered
Available Now
$3,000/ mo F/L/S
KEYWEST GOLF CLUB
2/1.5 townhome
Avail fully furnished
Or unfurnished
w/private hot tub
Pets considered
Available June
$1,750/ mo F/L/S
3/2.5 single fam 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
Laundry room w/W & D
Pets considered


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Available May
$1,600/mo F/L/S

BIG COPPITT
3/3 fully furnished home
situated on canal w/
wrap around deck
spacious master
Pets considered
Available End of May
$2,200 /mo F/L/S

See pictures and more
properties
at www.athomekeywest.com

AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
REAL ESTATE CO.
296-7975
WATERFRONT
SPECIALIST
Short Sales and Bank
Own Properties. Contact
Captain Noah Jacobson
Lic. Sales Assoc. Realty
Executive 305-360-6262.
KEY HAVEN 3/2
Owner Financing
by owner, pool, canal
completely renovated &
extremely charming.
Move in Ready. Price re-
duced to $640,000.
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.



$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

All real estate ad-
vertising in this
newspaper is
"" subject to the Fed-
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-
ingly accept any advertising
for real estate which is in vio-
lation or the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
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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
2/2 OCEANSIDE
Corner canal w/dock and
boat ramp. Granite and
tile with SS appliances,
low E windows and
cement siding. $449,000.
Lot next door with per-
mits also available.
386-453-1646 or
386-673-3686


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

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.


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.
FOR SALE
31 transferable transient
residential units.
Call Norman Wood Jr.
(305)304-0429
SBX Commercial
Real Estate


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


PERMITTED LOT
Ramrod Key, Ocean
side, corner canal.
$149,000 firm.
386-453-1646 or
386-673-3686



TRADE A
5 ACRE ISLAND
In Homosassa Fl, boat
access only. Full electric,
shed, boat house, dock,
2 min. to Gulf. For a ca-
nal house in the Keys or
$325k.352-634-1764.
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.
FOR SALE
1 Acre In Sebring FL
Currently appraised at
$27,500. Must sell today
Call 863-441-2810

2003 FORD F150 XLT
4 door, V8, 105,000
miles. $7,000. 293-6806.

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**

2002 Ford Taurus
Auto, a/c. $4495

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

1992 Honda Civic
2 door, auto, a/c. $1988

Doc Fee $398
+ Tax + Tag

*Front Line Specials**

2004 VW Beetle Conv.
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

2005 Nissan Maxima
Leather, auto, a/c.
$299/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

2004 Kia Spectra
Auto, a/c. $159/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
Us!
*No Credit
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Give Us A Call
305-295-8646


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2003 TOYOTA TACOMA
pickup truck SR5, 3.4L,
four doors, ladder
rack,tool box, great cond.
$10K 305-797-0519
'97 VW Passat GLX,
clean, strong, 96k, green
$4,244 305-587-7980

'04 Yamaha Zuma, Like
new, needs battery.
$1250 502-803 0483.
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2007 HD SPORTSTER
1200 Custom, blk/wh,
2300 miles, clean, extras.
$8,999 OBO. Call Jen
305-849-1970.
1996 Honda Shadow,
1100cc, under 14,000mi,
looks and runs great,
$2250 obo, includes
cover, 616-217-6878

1984 23' Sea Craft CC
platform/bracket rigged
for Yamaha, no engine,
tandem aluminum trailer.
$9,000. 305-744-8888


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1995 Pontoon Boat
Cuddy Cabin tent, $4,750
305-766-5268 leave
message.
93' 24ft Carolina Skiff ,
120 OMC, Needs work,
$3,000 305-294-6492

Have a Boat

to sell?


Chuck

can

help!

Let Chuck from our
Classified Team help
you write & place
your ad today!

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Motor Yacht/Houseboat
Sacrifice Sale
1986 yacht, 85' x 20'.
Must be moved from Ft.
Lauderdale dock now! 2
new rebuilt Cummings
370 diesel engines;
5,000-gal gas; 1,000-gal
water; Micro Com-
mander; 27kw gen; inter-
com; more. $175,000
cash. All serious offers
considered.
Call 954-326-6044


RENTAL PROPERTIES
AVAILABLE

JUST OFF 800 DUVAL
ST.
* EFFICIENCY/ STUDIO
* FURNISHED
* ALL UTILITIES/WI-FI &


CABLE
* MONTHLY /
LEASE


$1,500 +
Call Cory
(305)797-0909
(Owner/Realtor)


YEAR



F/L/S
Kulok


KINGS POINTE
MARINA


* DRY STORAGE FOR
YOUR BOAT
* ENCLOSED/ SECURE/
TOP RACK
* STORE UP TO 33 X 9X
15FT.
$475.00
CALL 305-797-4177

LUXURY RV LOT FOR
RENT

* Summer Rates for RV
lot Rental
* Water Front, all utili-
ties
*TiKi Hut, Wi-fi, Cable
* Gated/pets allowed

Call Cory Kulok
305-797-0909
(Owner/Realtor)
STAGING FOR CUBA?
80' Deep Water
Oceanside Marina
Andy Birrell
305-923-5753 Prudential
Knight & Gardner Realty
SUNSET MARINA
Wet Slip for rent up to 35'
boat. $700 mo. Call Tony
305-797-9255.
SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
(owner fin. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.

VAN"ERG
S We offer easy (due
South) access to e planned

Old Island Harbr is aD ter
Marina and FullSer oatyar
locatedoceansideo tockIsland.
We are a Safe, Cl Cnd Affordable

ce &Commercial Spa.
available. Please call us at 305- 0808
for further information.
Old Island Harbor
6801 Shrimp Road C
Key West, FL 33040 |
www.oldislandharbor.com
LOOKING FOR A
BOAT SLIP
In Key West For 47'
Sport fish. Long term
lease/option.
305-394-0928.
FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
King's Point/Oceanside
Marina. #614, 40 ft. Live-
aboard ok. $725/mo.
plus util. Call John
305-360-1790.

CLASSIFIED
CUSTOMERS:
Don't deal with traffic
or severe weather, just
pick up the phone!
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1 YEAR ...... $1500


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I Indoor Air Quality Services
Mold & Bacteria Testing Smoke &
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~ Service Available 24 hrs. ~
305-304-25997





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

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InstalCing Trim, Doors,
Stairs, FCoors, Ca6inets,1
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We Buy Gold!
Estate Jewelry and Watches
Highest Prices Paid
"Reputable Jeweler I

133 Duval St. 293-3573
dav ii ran'ewelers hotma ilm.c.


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MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina

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MURPHY BEDS
RPHY BEDS
www.murphydirect.com
IWood Shutter Repairs
296-0800
Lic 39140-76706







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Pressure Washing
Trim & Floor Finishing
304-2930


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KEY WEST
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294-7892




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SAttention to
Medical & Dietary Needs
* Fenced & Secure Yard
SVery Reasonable Rates
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Roofing & Sheet Metal
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Established 1953
Monroe County's Oldest
Residential & Commercial
296-5932


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