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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2009
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CHINFO Merit Award Winner 1



New law to benefit air station and military spouses seeking jobs


PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept.
1, 2009) GM2 Joshua
Pacheco downloads
ammunition from
a Phalanx Close-in
Weapons System
(CIWS) aboard the
amphibious command
ship USS Blue Ridge
(LCC 19). Blue Ridge
is the flagship for
Commander, U.S. 7th
Fleet.
U.S. Navy photo by MC3
Daniel Viramontes



inside:

ALCOHOL WARNING:
Labor Day weekend is a
perfect time to be wary
of use and abuse..... 2

HOUSE AFIRE!: Prepare
your family to survive a
home emergency .... 3

STAYING AFLOAT: USCG
urges safety on the
water this Labor Day
weekend ............5

TOP OF PAGE ONE: An
MV-22B Osprey from Marine
Medium Tiltrotor Squadron
(VMM) 263, embarked
aboard the multi-purpose
amphibious assault ship
USS Bataan (LHD 5) pre-
pares to land.



www.facebook.com/naskeywest


BY JAMES E. BROOKS
NAS Key West Public Affairs Officer
Recent changes in law
will make it easier for
spouses of military
service members or spouses
of service members injured,
disabled or killed in connec-
tion with their service, to find
federal jobs.
President Barack Obama


signed into law Executive
Order 13473, which authorizes
noncompetitive appointments
in the civil service for spous-
es of certain members of the
armed forces. The intended
effect of this rule is to facilitate
the entry of military spouses
into the federal civil service
as part of an effort to recruit
and retain skilled and experi-
enced members of the armed


forces and to recognize and
honor the service of members
injured, disabled, or killed in
connection with their service.
"The rule becomes effective
on Sept. 11, 2009," says Naval
Air Station Key West Human
Resources Director Cindy
Adkins. "We are getting some
questions coming in now but
we haven't received specific
guidance on how we're sup-


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Representatives of the Florida Keys Outreach Coalition, the Domestic Abuse Shelter,
Naval Air Station Key West and the Key West Military Affairs Committee display the
more than three tons of food collected by the air station for the Feds Feed Families
food drive that ended Aug. 28. The food drive was part of a nationwide effort by federal
employees to collect 1 million pounds of food this year for the nation's food banks.


1st Annual Rodeo and Ride at NAS


BY JOLENE SCHOOL
MWR Marketing/Outreach Coordinator

displays, a motorcycle simula-
tor and a Judge's Choice Car
and Bike competition are
some of the highlights of Naval Air
Station Key West's 1st Annual Rodeo
& Ride, set for 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Sept.
11. The motorcycle/vehicle road
safety event will culminate in a 9/11
Memorial Ride to Marathon, Fla.
The base event will be in the chief


petty officers mess parking lot, Bldg.
A-350 on Boca Chica Field. The NEX,
Peterson's Harley Davidson South and
Rick Case Honda will on site with mer-
chandise and exhibits. An event long-
sleeved T-shirt will be available for $12.
At 11 a.m., NAS Key West
Commanding Officer Capt. Steven
Holmes will give opening remarks with
law enforcement representatives from
the county, state and naval base giving

see RODEO AND RIDE page 5


posed to process hiring mili-
tary spouses here."
Anyone who has ever applied
for a federal government posi-
tion is familiar with the chal-
lenges of searching for the
right job, filling out the right
paperwork to be considered,
and long wait times to learn
whether or not the applicant

see JOB SEEKERS page 7


'eds Feed Families'

breaks food drive goal

BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer
Naval Air Station Key West raised more than
three tons of food for the South Florida
Federal Executive Board's "Feds Feed
Families" food drive that began in early July and
ended Aug. 28.
The food drive, which was part of a nationwide
effort by federal employees to collect 1 million
pounds of food this year for the nation's food banks,
was headed by AW1 (AW/NAC) James Davis for the
second straight year.
"I am overwhelmed by the generosity of the

see TONS OF FOOD page 3


Southermost Flyer file photo
1st Annual Rodeo and Ride will be Sept. 11 at NAS
Key West.









16VAL H HISTORY








This Week in

INaval History


SSept. 4
5.
1960 USS Bushnell and
Penguin begin relief opera-
tions in Marathon, Fla., after
Hurricane Donna.


Sept. 5

1990 USS Acadia (AD-42)
departs San Diego for first
war-time deployment of male-
female crew on combat vessel.


Sept. 6

1940 First destroyers trans-
ferred to Great Britain at Halifax,
Nova Scotia, under "Destroyers-
for-Bases" agreement.


Sept. 7

1776 David Bushnell attempts
to destroy a British Ship of the
Line, HMS Asia, in New York
harbor with his submarine
Turtle.


Sept. 8

1923 In disaster at Point
Honda, California, 7 destroy-
ers run aground through faulty
navigation.


Sept. 9

1945 A "computer bug" is first
identified and named by Lt.
Grace Murray Hopper while
she was on Navy active duty
in 1945.

Sept. 10

1813 In Battle of Lake Erie,
Commodore Oliver Hazard
Perry flyinghis"Don't give up the
ship" flag, defeats British squad-
ron and says: "We have met the
enemy and they are ours..."


Alcohol: How to help someone in trouble


lF rst and foremost, keep in orheralcoh
mindthatanalcoholprob- person to k
lem is a medical condition enable a c
that needs and deserves treat- protect the
ment just like any other medical and others
problem. It is not a personal or
moral weakness and does not
mean the drinker is trying to
cause problems for you.
Learn as much as you can
Once you have recognized
that the person has an alco-
NAS Key West
hol problem, learn as much as CommandDAPA
you can about alcohol abuse
and dependence, how it can MAC
affect families and friends of James Blagg
a drinker, and what treatment
options and support groups are
available, or her beha
If necessary, deal with your him or her
own denial of the problem get help.
You may need to deal with Talk witl
any denial you have about his or her
the drinker's alcohol problem. You do n
Family members and friends the drinker
often make excuses for the alcohol pr
drinker's behavior and cover up tom. Since
problems caused by the drink- hol problem
er's alcohol use. This is called is somethir
"enabling." It protects the drink- need some
er from the consequences of his the topic.


The greatest

'universal'

healthcare


Amid the heated debate
over universal health-
are, "Obama Care,"
"Healthcare Reform," orwhat-
ever the term you prefer, there
is one promise and provision
that has been overlooked. It's
found in Psalm 147:3 "God
heals the brokenhearted and
binds up their wounds." God
has the ultimate universal
healthcare plan because He
created the universe, knows
all about it, and He knows all
about you.
We wear sunglasses that are
polarized to shield our eyes
from the sun and increase our
ability to see. Fishermen wear-
ing polarized sunglasses can
see below the surface of the
water to search for schools of


ol use and allows the
eep drinking. People
Irinker in order to
mselves, the drinker
SThey may be try-
ing to hide the
feelings such
as shame, guilt,
inadequacy
andresentment
caused by the
person's drink-
ing. If you stop
your enabling
behavior the
drinker has to
face the conse-
-quences of his
vior. This may make
more motivated to

i the person about
lcoholuse
ot need to wait until
brings up his or her
oblem or hits bot-
people with an alco-
m often deny there
ng wrong, they may
one else to bring up
Family and friends


fish or hidden obstacles and car
drivers can see further down
the road. These special glasses
provide protection and better
vision. But God's vision of our
condition is better than that.
God looks through lenses of
grace that are far better than
any polarized glasses. In fact,
His vision is
CHAPLAIN'S betterthanthat
CORNER provided by a
microscope
that might
help detect the
H1N1 virus.
This is because
NASKey West His vision pen-
Command Chaplain etrates deep
Lt. Cmdr. into the emo-
D. C. Dowling tional and
spiritual hurts
we carry.
When we look at ourselves,
we see our imperfection.
Perhaps you feel "unaccept-
able." Maybe, you messed up,
weren't promoted, live with
a partner or parents who tell
you that you are not accept-


can do specific things to moti-
vate an alcoholic person to
seek help. The earlier an alco-
hol problem is identified, the
easier it is to treat. Do not wait
to take action. Your involve-
ment could keep the drinker
from experiencing serious con-
sequences in his or her health
and daily life.
Provide support while the
person is in treatment
During treatment the per-
son will probably go through
significant changes. The most
important things you can
do are to show you care and
provide emotional support.
Recovery can be a long process
with several relapses. Try to be
patient and understanding.
How-To Information
Here are some suggestions
for discussing a person's alco-
hol problem:
SChoose a time when the
person is not drunk and the
two of you are calm. The
best time is soon after an

see ALCOHOL page 3


able. God's view is different.
He accepts you. In creation,
He looked down and said it
was good. And for those who
trust Him, Romans 15:7 says,
"Christ has accepted you."
The world has a flawed view
of who is acceptable and who
is valuable. If you want to know
your value, look at how God
wants to provide the great-
est healthcare coverage you
can ever have. It is a spiritual
health that affects all aspects
of your being. When people
say to you, "You're worthless,"
"You don't amount to much,"
they're dead wrong. You are
valuable to Him. In Isaiah
43:4 God says, "...you are pre-
cious and honored in my sight
because I love you." He wants
you under His plan.
The chaplain's office is locat-
ed on Boca Chica Field in Bldg.
A711, second deck. 293-2318.
Contemporary Christian
Worship is at the Truman
Annex Chapel every Sunday
morning at 10 a.m.


Southernmost

Flyer

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

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









Tons of food
continued from page 1


community in donating so
much, and we have exceeded
our goal of doubling last years'
total (food weight) from 2,200
to 4,400 pounds," said Davis. "I
would like to thank everybody
involved in this year's food
drive. It has exceeded all my
expectations."
According to Davis the food
drive directly impacts the local
community because the food
is staying in Key West.
"With the economic hard-
ships the local food banks
shelves have been bare,"
explained Davis. "Through the
United Way, we donated to the



Alcohol
continued from page 2


alcohol-related problem has
occurred.
* Express your concern and be
supportive. Do not criticize
or blame the person.
* Focus on the behavior and
its consequences, not on the


Domestic Abuse Shelter and the
Florida Keys Outreach Coalition.
If families are struggling or peo-
ple are down on their luck the
last thing they should have to
worry about is food."
Representatives of the
Florida Keys Outreach
Coalition, the Domestic Abuse
Shelter, Naval Air Station Key
West and the KeyWest Military
Affairs Committee were all on
hand at the old training room
on Boca Chica Field Aug. 28, to
applaud the effort of everyone
involved.
"When I walked in and saw
6,150 pounds of food I was
absolutely taken aback with
the generosity of everyone at
the base and in the commu-
nity who participated," said


person.
* Give specific examples of
when the person's alcohol
use caused problems.
If you have any questions
feel free to contact Naval Air
Station Key West's Command
Drug and Alcohol Program
Advisor MAC James Blagg at
293-2506 or e-mail james.
blagg@navy.mil.


NAS Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steven Holmes.
"I especially want to thank
Petty Officers Davis and [AZ1
Xavier] Dominguez. As one
of the shelter representatives
said 'you made a real differ-
ence when you sit down to
eat dinner tonight or break-
fast tomorrow, you should feel
good because someone else is
getting to have the same meal
who normally wouldn't be.'"
Davis says that there are
still opportunities to help and
advises anyone that is interest-
ed to contact the Florida Keys
United Way and let them know
they would like to volunteer,
or visit the Feds Feed Families
Web site at www.fedsfeedfami-
lies.gov.


This Week at

the FFSC

Understanding Anger
Tuesday, 10 11 a.m.
This 60-minute class equ


Fire safety starts at home
BY WILLIAM CLARK, FIRE that can be used as fire escape
INSPECTOR routes. Testwindows and doors 3
NAS Key West Fire Prevention Office do they open easy enough? F
Are they wide enough or tall
T he Naval Air Station Key enough? Choose a safe meet-
West Fire Prevention ing place outside the house.
office stresses fire safety Practice alerting other mem-
throughout the year. One of bers. It is a good idea to keep
the most critical elements is an a bell and flashlight in each
effective home escape plan. bedroom.
First, make sure all fam- Conduct a family meeting a
ily members know what to do and discuss the following top- -
in the event of a fire. Draw a ics: o
floor plan with at least two Always sleep with the bed- 0
ways of escaping every room. room doors closed. This will
Make a drawing for each floor. keep deadly heat and smoke
Dimensions do not need to out of bedrooms, giving you
be correct. Make sure the additional time to escape.


plan shows important details:
stairs, hallways and windows


participants with simple tools
to assist in understanding, eval-
uating and managing anger.


Banking & Financial Services
Wednesday, 2 3 p.m.
This training was designed
ips for the junior Sailor new to


see FIRE SAFETY page 7


banking and financial servic-
es. It covers a variety of top-
ics including banks versus
credit unions, different types
of accounts, and how to mini-
mize fees and expenses asso-
ciated with checking and sav-
ings accounts.


A NEW UNIFORM LOOK


Job Title: Ground Electronics
Hometown: Key West, Fla.
Prior Duty Stations: USS
Mclnerney (FFG-8) Mayport,
Fla.
Hobbies: Golf, softball, base-
ball, bowling
Future Plans: Work on elec-
tronics, retire, then be a golf
teacher.
Most Interesting Experience:
The Navy.
Words of Wisdom: Just be
yourself and not what others
want you to be.


ET2 Michael Sweeting


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
M C2 Rachel McMarr tries on the new E1-E6 Service Uniform (SU) that is now for sale at
the Navy Exchange (NEX) on Sigsbee Park. The SU is for year-round wear and replaces
the summer white and winter blue uniforms. It is authorized to be worn for office work,
watch-standing, liberty or business ashore when prescribed as the uniform of the day.








I--

SUpcoming Events

SSaturday
* Renovations Open House -
1190B Gilmore Drive from
S2:30 4:30 p.m.
SSept. 7
o Labor Day Office closed.
5 Sept. 9
4 Peary Court Community
Huddle 6 p.m. Navy
E Gateway Inns & Suites (Fly
. Navy).
Breakfast onthe Go Sigsbee
Park from 7 8 a.m.
Sept. 18
Breakfast on the Go -
Truman Annex and Trumbo
Point from 7 8 a.m.


Sept. 19
* Renovations Open House -
1190B Gilmore Drive from
2:30 4:30 p.m.
Sept. 23
* Civilian Community Huddle
at Sigsbee Chapel 6 p.m.
Sept. 25
* Breakfast on the Go Peary
Court from 7 8 a.m.
For more information on
upcoming events, please visit
our Web site www.naskey-
westhomes.com.

Patriot Open House

Balfour Beatty Communities
would like to invite you to an
Open House Saturday from


2:30 4:30 p.m. The location
will be 1190 B Gilmore Drive,
the home of our new Patriot
House. Please join us to tour
the newly renovated home
and enjoy refreshments.

Community Reminders
Here are a few reminders to
keep our neighborhoods
looking nice and safe for our
residents. Please help Balfour
Beatty Communities by adher-
ing to these policies.
* Vehicles can not be parked
on the lawns. You may park
with two tires on and two
tires off, on the side of the
road.


* If you have bulk items for
trash pick-up, please call
bulk pick-up at 296-8297 to
arrange for disposal. Make
sure you sort your piles into
metal and burnable.
* If you have a dog, please
make sure that it remains on
a leash when outdoors, and
clean up after your pet.
* Boats and other recreational
vehicles may not be stored
at your residence. Parking is
permitted for 48 hours only.
Vehicles parked longer than
48 hours are subject to dis-
crepancy notices and towing.
* Small wading pools, not
exceeding 24 inches in
depth, are authorized as
long as they are emptied
daily. Please do not leave
pools unattended while they
are holding water.

Balfour Beatty
Communities NAS Key
West is on Facebook
Balfour Beatty Communities
wants to be your friend! We are
now on Facebook, connected


to the NAS KeyWest page, and
would like to get your feed-
back. This is a great way for
you to tell us what we can do
to improve our services. What
can we do to serve you better?
How can we make NAS Key
West a better place to live? So
add us as a friend on Facebook
and let us know!

Update E-mail Address
In an effort to better inform
residents, Balfour Beatty
Communities will be publish-
ing a bi-monthly e-newslet-
ter. Has your e-mail address
changed? Please let our com-
munity management office
know. We'll update our data-
base and ensure you get the
most accurate information
where you want it delivered.

Backyard Mowing

Feel like you are missing out on
summer fun by having to mow
and weed your backyard? Well,

see BBC NEWS page 5


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Balfour Beatty Communities News


ONLINE EDUCATION


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Coast Guard urges boaters to be safe


FROM U.S. COAST GUARD
SEVENTH DISTRICT PUBLIC
AFFAIRS
The CoastGuardurgesboat-
ers to be safe and exercise
caution while enjoying
this Labor Dayweekend.
Coast Guard law-enforce-
ment crews will be on the
lookout for people operating
their vessels unsafely or boat-


Rodeo and Ride
continued from page 1


short briefs on motorcycle and
motor vehicle regulations and
road safety.
Following the briefing, bik-
ers can compete in a "slowest
bike run" or in the impaired
goggle bike ride. The Navy Ball


ing under the influence. The
penalties for BUI can include
revocation of operating privi-
leges, fines and jail.
Boaters are urged to watch
the weather. The effects of a
hurricane or tropical storm
may be felt from hundreds of
miles away. Boaters should
also be aware of possible
severe weather associated with
Tropical Storm Erika.


Committee and CPO Selectees
will be serving lunch at noon.
A Blessing of the Bikes is set
for 1 p.m., with riders setting off
on the 9/11 Memorial Ride to
Marathon. Riders will present
certificates of appreciation to law
enforcement and fire department
representatives along the route.
For more information, call
293-2810.


The National Weather
Service broadcasts marine
weather forecasts regularly.
Forecasts are available onVHF
Channels 1 through 5 and on
the NWS Web site: www.nws.
noaa.gov.
Boaters are reminded to
always wear their life jackets
and file a float plan with a
family member or friend.
Boaters are also urged to have


BBC News
continued from page 4


help is here! Balfour Beatty is
offering backyard service and
here's how it works:
Sign up at the BBC Office
at the beginning of each week
and prepay a minimal charge
of for the full service of mow-


during holiday weekend v

a working VHF radio signal-
ing devices and an emergency
position-indicating radio bea-
con (EPIRB).
Additional information on
boating safety can be found at
www.uscgboating.org.

In addition to normal safety con-
cerns, boaters should be aware
of possible severe weather asso-
ciated with Tropical Storm Erika.
Co


ing and weed-eating your
fenced-in backyard. Also, let
BBC know if your spouse is
currently deployed and we will
have the service performed as
a courtesy as our way of saying
thank you to military families
serving our country.
We truly understand how
difficult it is to make time for
lawn maintenance but proper


maintenance of your yard is
critical in maintaining a com-
munity that everyone will be
proud to call home.
Should you not opt for this
service and fail to maintain
your lawn as the resident guide
states, you will receive a second
notice with a date for a sched-
uled mowing and a $35 charge
will be added to your account.


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Labor Day closings

MWR offices will close for the
Labor Day holiday Monday
Except for the following facili-
Sties:
Air Lanes Bowling Center
o and Runway Grill
o Beach Patio, Truman Annex
* Boca Chica and Sigsbee
C marinas
E* ITT
*. Navigator's Bar and Grill and
v Sunset Lounge
Sports and Fitness centers
Trumbo Pool

Runway Grill
lunch specials
The lunch buffet is 11 a.m. 1
p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Runway Grill is located at
the back of Air Lanes Bowling
Center on Boca Chica Field.
Monday Labor Day, no
lunch buffet
Tuesday Cheese ravioli,
meat sauce, Italian vegeta-
bles and garlic bread.
Wednesday -Meatloaf,
mashed potatoes, gravy,
vegetables and roll.
Thursday Chicken n' bis-
cuits and peach cobbler.
Sept. 11 Seafood Alfredo,
spring vegetables and garlic
bread.

St. Paul's
Episcopal Church
Father Larry D. Hooper
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.
We are your home
away from home.
Please join us.
Phone: (305) 296-5142 2
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


MWR Update


The specials are $6 andinclude
a fountain drink. Specials are
subject to availability. Healthy
alternatives fresh wraps and
salads also are available. Call
293-2116 for info.

Sigsbee Marina ramp
to close for two hours
The boat ramp at Sigsbee
Marina will be closed from 10
a.m. noon today, to allow this
year's chief petty officer select-
ees to continue their training.
The ramp will be open for nor-
mal operations after noon. For
more information, call 293-
3642.

UFC on screen at the
Sunset Lounge
The Sunset Lounge will
show the Ultimate Fighting
Championship Sept. 29. The
fights begin at 10 p.m.

Liberty Briefs

The Liberty Office on Truman
Annex is open Tuesday and
Thursday from 4 6 p.m. in
Bldg. 1351, room 117. Feel free
to stop in and see Daniel to
sign up for events!
Add us on Facebook! Get
updates on events and activities
as well as pictures of our events!
User Name: "Liberty Key West"
* Sept. 5 and 19 Paintball in
Key West! Game time is at 10
a.m. Cost: $15 for equipment
and 500 rounds; only $5 more


for 500 more rounds. You
must sign up to play.
* Sunday Take a trip up to
Looe Key and snorkel the
Keys" best living reef with
Strike Zone Charters. Cost
is only $20 for this guided
reef snorkel. Transportation
is provided by MWR.
* Sept. 12 Jump out of a
plane! Come skydiving with
us as we skydive with Skydive
Key West, based in Sugarloaf
Key. Cost is only $140 and
transportation is provided.
* Sept. 13 Liberty is traveling
up to Boondocks Mini Golf
at MM 27 on Ramrod Key.
First game of mini golf is
free and the restaurant has
plenty of food and drinks.
Transportation is provided.
Cost: additional games, food
and drinks.
Sign up by calling Emma
Harlow at 293-2682 or e-mail
emma.harlow@navy.mil.

'Biggest Loser' first
week wrap-up
The first week into MWR's
"Biggest Loser" second sea-
son was a big success with
the group weight loss equal-
ing a whopping 272.4 pounds!
The Black Shoes came in first
place with a 2.74 percent body
weight loss. Second place was
Marvin's Mermaids and The
Skinny Ladies came in third.
Everyone is off to a great
start! Keep up the good work
and go drink some water.


Fall Fitness

Boca Chica Gym
Monday
* 6 a.m. Biggest Loser Burn*
* 11 a.m. Hard Core Abs
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
* 5:30 p.m. Pump
* 6:30p.m. Biggest LoserTrek
Bike Ride*
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a
Star
Tuesday
* 6 a.m. Biggest Loser Weigh
Ins
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
* 4:30 p.m. Step with
Monica
* 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
Pool)
* 6 p.m. Biggest Loser Weigh
Ins
Wednesday
* 6 a.m. Biggest Loser Burn*
* 11 a.m. Hard Core Abs
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
* 5:30 p.m. Ship/Shape in
Training Bldg.*
* 6:30 p.m. Biggest LoserTrek
Bike Ride**
Thursday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
* 4:30 p.m. Step with
Monica
* 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
Pool)
Friday
* 6 a.m. -Virtual Insanity
* 11 a.m. Hard Core Abs
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a
Star
Saturday
* 10 a.m. Super Pump
* 10 a.m. Biggest Loser
Kayaking. Call 293-2480 to
reserve your seat.
*Biggest Loser classes are open to all
and are for eight weeks.
**Bike rides are first come, first served
- nine seats.
Sigsbee Studio
The studio in the ITT Building
is closed until renovations to
the building are complete. A
new fitness menu will be pub-


lished with studio classes after
it reopens!
Tuesday
* 6:30 p.m. Zumba (Sunset
Lounge on Sigsbee Park)
Thursday
* 7p.m.- Line Dancing (Sunset
Lounge on Sigsbee Park)
Saturday
* 10 a.m. Zumba (Youth
Center on Sigsbee Park)

Fitness Runs

* Patriot Day 5K Run/Walk
Sept. 11 at 7 a.m. at the Boca
Chica Gym.
* Boca Chica Marina Sprint
Triathlon Sept. 26 at 7:30
a.m.
* Biggest Losers Only 5K
Run/Walk Oct. 24 at Sunset
Lounge.
* Wolf Run/Walk and 1-Mile
Fun Run Oct. 31 at Sunset
Lounge at 9 a.m.
* Sunset Lounge Turkey Trot
Nov. 21 at 9 a.m.

Events

* Be sure and encourage any
of your friends and family
that are in the Biggest Loser
Competition!
* Sports Award Ceremony/
Luncheon Sept. 30 at the
Boca Chica Gym at 11 a.m.
* Runners Clinic Oct. 2 at the
NEX from 7 11 a.m.
* Navy Birthday Week Sept.
26 through Oct. 3. Watch for
more details!

* For more information on
sports call Evans at 293-
2683 or e-mail evans.
sportsnaskw@yahoo.com.
* For more information on
fitness schedules/events
call 293-2480 or e-mail
bocachicagym@gmail.com.
* The Boca Chica Gym is open
from 5:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m.
weekdays and from 9 a.m.
5 p.m. weekends.


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Fire safety
continued from page 3

* Find a way for everyone
to sound a family alarm.
Yelling, pounding on walls,
whistles, etc. Practice yelling
"FIRE!"
* In a fire, time is critical. Don't
waste time getting dressed,
don't search for pets or valu-
ables. Just get out!
* Roll out of bed. Stay low.
One breath of smoke or
gases may be enough to kill.
* Practice evacuating the
building blindfolded. In
a real fire situation, the
amount of smoke gener-
ated by a fire most likely will
make it difficult to see.
* Practice staying low to the
ground when escaping.
* Feel all doors before open-



Job seekers
continued from page 1


will be hired. The new law
changes things for this select
group of people.
"The air station will have
the authority to hire a military
spouse without that spouse
competing with all other U.S.
citizens, if they're qualified and
a vacancy exists," said Adkins.
According to Adkins, learn-
ing what jobs are available at
each military installation can
be complex and confusing.
"The job situation tends to be
quite fluid. Open and unfilled
jobs are usually listed on usa-
jobs.gov. But if someone leaves
a position and it comes open
unexpectedly, it might never
appear on the federal jobs Web
site because it maybe filled from
within the current workforce
using open continuous vacancy
announcements," said Adkins.
Another complication of
learning what jobs are open-
ing or unexpectedly becom-
ing available is the number of

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ing them. If a door is hot, get
out another way.
* Learn to stop, drop to the
ground, and roll if clothes
catch fire.
Some important tips to
ensure a safe evacuation and
a fire safe home are:
* Check smoke detectors
once a month and change
the batteries at least once
a year. Smoke detectors
sense abnormal amounts of
smoke or invisible combus-
tion gases in the air. They
can detect both smoldering
and burning fires. At least
one smoke detector should
be installed on every level of
a structure.
* Post emergency numbers
near telephones. Be aware
that if a fire threatens your
home, you should not place


tenant commands with their
own specific human resources
offices.
"As with any job situation,
the best advice I can give is to
network, network, network,"
said Adkins. "You're not going
to learn about unexpected
job openings from a Web site.
You're going to learn about it
from someone who works at
the air station and heard about
the opening."
The current hiring rules can
make it difficult for military
spouses to find jobs to match
their professional education
or experience. Naval Facilities
Engineering Command
Southeast Detachment Key
West Officer in Charge Lt.
Cmdr. Ana Franco sees the
new rule change as something
beneficial for her husband and
family.
"It's tough to break into high-
er-level positions, especially
when you move around," said
Franco. "Spouses are often-
times forced to start at a lower
position and then work their
way up in the federal system.


the call to emergency servic-
es from inside the home. It
is better to get out and place
the call to fire authorities
from a safe location outside
the home.
* After a fire emergency give
first aid where appropriate.
Seriously injured victims
should be transported to
professional medical help
immediately. Stay out of the
damaged building. Return
only when fire authorities
say it is safe.
* Make sure you have a safe
fire escape method for all
situations. You may have
installed a very expensive
home security system. But
if you cannot escape the
burning structure you have
a false level of confidence.
* Smokers need to be extra


There's also alot of competition
to hire from within. It's going to
be interesting to see how this
new law is put into effect."
While waiting for more
definitive information on how
the new program will be run
here at the air station, Adkins
said people interested in tak-
ing advantage of the program
can start preparing them-
selves for the likely application
requirements.
"Get an updated copy of
your resume prepared as well
as copies of your military
spouse's orders, and a copy of
your marriage license," said
Adkins.
The Office of Personnel
Management says one of
the goals of the new law is to
help retain service members
by making it easier on their
spouses to secure federal jobs.
Yet when the service member
transfers, so does the spouse.
Some may argue the work-
force is less stable with people
arriving and leaving.
NAS Key West Executive
Director/Business Manager


careful! Never smoke in
bed or when you are sleepy.
Carelessly discarded ciga-
rettes are a leading cause of
fire deaths in the U.S.
* Keep cooking areas clear
of combustibles and wear
short or tight-fitting sleeves
When you
cook. Keep
the handles
of your
pots turned
inward so
they do not over-hang the
stove. If grease catches fire,
carefully slide a lid over the
pan and smother the flames,
then turn off the burner.
* In the hands of a child,
matches and lighters can be
deadly! Store them where
kids can't reach them, pref-
erably in a locked area.


Ron Demes doesn't see that
as anything different from the
realities of the military life-
style or life in the Florida Keys
where employee recruitment
and retention has always been
a challenge.
"We're used to seeing mili-


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Teach children that match-
es and lighters are "tools"
and should only be used by
adults.
* If an appliance smokes or
has anunusual smell, unplug
it immediately and have it
repaired. Replace frayed or
cracked electrical cords and '
don't overload extension ~
cords. They should not be j
run under rugs. Never tam- O
per with the fuse box or use "
the improper size fuse. ,p
* If someone gets burned, "
immediately place the a
wound under cool water for
10 to 15 minutes. If the bum
blisters or chars, see a doc-
tor immediately!
The bottom line to fire safety
is to make sure you have a safe
and quick method of escape
from your home.


tarypeople transfer everyyear,"
said Demes. "New employees
bring new ideas and it also
prevents workers becoming
'burned-out' in their chosen
career fields. This rule change
is going to help a place like
KeyWest."









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phase of the Naval Air Station Key West-sponsored DEFY program this school year.




DEFY season kicks off with summer camp


BYA01 (AW) CINTRONN HILL
Assistant DEFY Coordinator
Naval Air Station Key West's Drug Education
for Youth (DEFY) program began Phase I
of the current season with summer camp
in Lake Placid, Fla. Aug. 16 21.
DEFY is a self-esteem building program that
provides kids aged 9-12 with the tools they need to
resist drugs, gangs and alcohol. DEFY focuses on
building youngsters' self-image and setting goals.
It stresses interpersonal relations, and emphasizes
leadership and teamwork. Along the way it raises
awareness of the harmful effects of alcohol and
other drugs, as well as the dangerous effects of peer
pressure to join gangs.
The Phase I training was conducted at 4-H Camp
Cloverleaf and the youths learned valuable lessons


on the importance of making new friends, how to
say no to drugs, avoiding peer pressure and better
decision making.
A very special thank you goes to the mentors of
the DEFY camp: ETC Joseph Shellito, MA1 Brad
Gust, HM1 Kimberly Johnson, HM2 Peter Romero,
YN2 Anthony Batten andAS3 Antoinette Thompson.
Through their guidance and leadership they were
successful in the training of the 20 youths that are
enrolled in the DEFY program.
Although the youth completed Phase I camp,
their training and education will persist on in Phase
II, where the youth will implement the things they
have learned and discover new ways to help their
community and further arm themselves with the
knowledge to say no to drugs and peer pressure.
Phase II meetings are once a month and continue
through the school year.


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mentor YN2 Anthony Batten, top left, teaches.


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NBHC head receives customer service award

FROM NBHC KEY WEST PUBLIC 5 Optometrists in Navy in the U.S. Navy based on the
AFFAIRS Medicine for Exceptional extraordinary amount of posi-
Customer Service" Award. tive customer feedback from
N aval Branch Health The award was given by her patients. Miavez, always
Clinic (NBHC) Commander, National Naval a proponent of "patient-
Key West Officer Medical Center, Bethesda centered care," brings her
in Charge Capt. Julie L. Rear Admiral M. L. Nathan. career-wide commitment to


Miavez was recently select- Miavez was ranked sec-
ed as a recipient of the "Top ond out of all optometrists


excellent customer service to
NBHC KeyWest.


Miavez was ranked second out of all optometrists in the U.S. Navy based on the extraordinary amount
of positive customer feedback from her patients.


NAS Classifieds


MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
2005 Recreation by Design Travel
Trailer 2/2, 40', queen size bed in mas-
ter, three super slide outs, central A/C,
a must see! $19,995 OBO, call Justin
Clark at (305) 587-0918.
2008 Scion XB, black, has 25,000 miles
and 4-year factory warranty. GPS navi-
gation system, DVD, 19" TRD Rims and
many extras. Asking $14,750, OBO. Call
Carlos at (305) 608-3378.
2008 Toyota Tundra 4x4 Crew Max 5.7
Liter Limited, gray metallic exterior, stone
graphite leather interior, 9,200 miles,
7-year or 100,000 mile Toyota Platinum
Extra Care extended warranty, spray
bed liner, navigation system, and more.
Asking $36,000 firm. Call Kevin at (305)
292-9926.
1999 Ducati Monster 900 custom.
Loaded with De Pretto billet aluminum.
Limited edition #6 gas tank, hand-
painted by Italian airbrush artist Claudio
Mazzi. Dry clutch with open billet alu-
minum cover for that real Ducati sound.
One owner, low miles, high style. Asking
$4,500 OBO. Call (401) 523-8586.
1998 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fatboy,
less than 13,000 miles, great shape.
Too many extras to list, original owner,
$9,500. Call (305) 240-4159.
Harley Davidson Heritage Soft
Tail Springer, less than 40,000 miles,
Evolution motor, bags, windshield, fringe,
white walls, fishtails and lots of chrome.
Motor and exhaust are stock, $10,000
firm. Call Billie at 797-4430.
2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, excellent
condition, $2,800 OBO, call Skip at (716)
308-6326.
2007 37' Keystone Raptor, 5th wheel
hitch included, entertainment center,
storage, separate door to living area,
large booth dinette, three-burner range,
fridge, hardwood flooring, outside enter-
tainment center, front queen bed, queen
bed over cargo area. Call Kenny at (305)
923-4963 or (305) 872-5436.
2001 Ford F-150 Lariat, extended cab,
4x4, has 120,000 miles, clean truck,
maroon in color, every option from fac-
tory, $9,000 OBO. Contact Jerret at (352)
949-0234, transferring and need to sell.
BOATS & ACCESSORIES
1998 Cobia Sport Deck 259. 24 ft.
250hp Mercury, GPS, CD player, Bimini,
cover, fresh water shower/sink. Seats
11 comfortably. Versatile family boat or
party boat. With trailer, $12,000. Call
(305) 587-0535.
Beautiful, like-new 1994 26 ft. Mako.
Custom t-top with rocket launchers. Two
twin Mercury 200s. Will deliver. All for
only $9,400. Call Steve at (423) 494-
0466.
MISCELLANEOUS
Two sit-in kayaks. One is a Pelican
and the other is a Tiger Shark, comes
with paddles. Paid more than $600 for


Pelican, asking $400. Paid more than
$400 for Tiger Shark, asking $200. Call
Amanda (305) 896-0325.
Desk/shelving unit, large, L-shaped -
$500. Futon with mattress and cover
- $150. Refrigerator SS, side-by-side
- $100. Wine closet (20 bottles) $100.
King-sized bed, box springs and rails
- $50. Call (305) 587-0533.
Instep Quick N EZ bicycle trailer. Seats
two children with a 100-pound capacity.
This gold, gray and black trailer boasts a
powder-coated steel frame and rust-free
rims with a rear storage area and screened
canopy. Please call (305) 294-2880.
Used bike for sale, $45. Call Jack at
292-4058.
Gift certificate for four rounds of golf at
the Key West Golf Club. Does not include
golf cart, $100, call 293-2425 or (703)
798-4656 and ask for Jim.
Ashley Furniture sleeper sofa, only a
year and a half old, blue-green, asking
$500. Call (305) 890-8448.
ROOMMATE
Roommate for La Brisa condo. 3/2.5
oceanfront with pool, tennis and gated
community. $925 plus utilities, fully fur-
nished. E-mail chefellie2002@yahoo.
com.
FOR RENT
2/1 Home MM 17, on the water and
private parking, $800/month. Call Ray at
(508) 400-5868.
3/2 Jolly Rogers Estates, Little Torch
Key MM28. Spacious and bright, W/D,
screened porch, large deck, boat dock,
deep water draft, outside shower and
picnic table, partially furnished, no large
animals. References, credit check and
F/L/S required, $1,800/month, available
now. Call (305) 923-3086.
3/2 Fleming Street. OSP for one car,
two decks, $2,250/month plus utilities
other than sewer and garbage. Call (305)
923-4667 or e-mail claraltaylor@yahoo.
com.
Key West Golf Club. 3/2 on quiet
Kestral Way, tile floors, secluded foliage,
screened wrap-around porch. W/D, basic
cable. No pets/smoking. $2,000/month.
Call (614) 323-0544 for showing.
Beautiful, remodeled conch cottage in
Ramrod Key at MM 27 near U.S. 1. Large
fenced backyard, pets upon approval. W/
D, refrigerator and A/C. Hardwood floors
and open floor plan. Large front porch.
Two miles from shopping center with gro-
cery store and pharmacy, etc. Available
Oct. 1. Call Tracy at (928) 710-2989.
3/4 bedrooms, 2 bath, canal-front home
on upper Sugarloaf Key. $1,600/month.
F/L/S. Call 797-0625.
Historic Old Town mansion, 529
Caroline Street., furnished large room
with private bath, long or short-term
rentals, A/C, all utilities included. $350/
weekly or $1,200/monthly. Call (305)
304-8555.


SERVICES
D and D Florida Keys Photographer,
digital photography, studio or location
photo shoot. One hour CD special,
$150, no prints or Web site. About 50
digital images unrestricted on CD, e-mail
deissew@comcast.net.
Want to buy Avon but need a representa-
tive? Contact Katy at avonbykaty@yahoo.
com or browse my personal Web site
at www.youravon.com/kwerner to shop.
Ordering online is easy and fun. Or call
(305) 304-7023.
Latasia Fine Fashion Jewelry/Lingerie
& Bridal Our affordable prices allow you
to try trends that can reinvent the clas-
sic or release your inner rock star! With
our wearable interpretations of runway
designs, we've got the feel, the looks,
and the fashion edge you crave, so try
something new today get in on the cut-
ting edge of a new company to the U.S.
and Canada join us with an exciting
career with Latasia Jewelry and Lingerie!
I would love to show you how to have fun
and financial freedom. Tammy Young,
(305) 292-0934.
Need a notary? Call Shauna Cooper,
she's a Florida state-commissioned
notary available when you need her,
(305) 294-2880.
Buy your Shaklee products online con-
veniently from your home, no sales visits,
no appointments, visit my Web site at
www.shaklee.net/brightsuccess.
Meet moms and get connected! Free
local mom's group, welcome to moms in
the Lower Keys, www.KeyWestMommies.
com. Join us for events such as play
dates, park outings and more.
Car Detail Service. Need your car
cleaned? Full car detail service, call Phill
at (305) 395-9199.
April's Pet Sitting. We pet and house
sit; we also water plants and bring in
mail. Call (305) 849-3176 or e-mail
aprils petsitting@yahoo.com
Holiday Baby Key West, baby equip-
ment rentals like pack-n-plays, strollers,
booster seats, car seats, toys, portable
cribs and more. Free delivery and pick up
in Key West, call Nancy Dappola at (305)
923-1476 or visit holidaybabykw.com.
Earn great money, 50-year-old distribu-
tion company looking for online trainers.
Flexible hours, work from home, visit
www.awakeyourdreams.com.
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 com-
puter, suggest hardware upgrades, and
more. Call Kenny at (954) 801-0822.


Florida state-commissioned notary
available seven days a week for all
your notary needs. Please call Shanna
Christensen at (305) 879-7757.
Nails by Robin, manicures, pedicures,
acrylic, gel, glitter, special occasion
makeup, waxing, tinting and ear pierc-
ing. Call Robin to make an appointment,
(305) 797-6634.
Free health coaching offered. Support
group meeting each Monday at 6:30 p.m.
at the Care Center on 4th and Patterson
Streets. Learn how to lose 2 5 pounds
per week, reduce medications, develop
healthy habits and avoid complications
of obesity. Please call Ruth at (305) 923-
0288 or Debbie at (305) 395-0910 for
more information.
Do you home school? Would you like to
be a part of the "Key West Sunschoolers"
home school group? If so, please call
(305) 619-0493, or check out our Web
site, http://floridakeyshomeschoolers.
blogspot.com/.You can also join us at the
Boca Chica bowling alley every Friday at
2 p.m. For base escort, call the number
above. We are open to all military, DoD,
and civilian homeschoolers.
Tupperware consultant looking to have
a party with you and your friends. We
have some great deals going on right
now. Interested in starting your own
Tupperware business? Give me a call
to set up your party! Call Emily Jones,
292-2266.
Private swim lessons, infant swimming
resource. Individual self-rescue swim-
ming lessons for children from 6 months
to 6 years old. An infant from 6-12
months is taught to roll over to a "survival
float" from a face-down position in the
water. A child 12 months or older learns
a "swim-float-swim" sequence. The pro-
gram takes about four to six weeks to
learn and stabilize these skills. Contact
Lindsey Kahle at (305) 393-5006 for
more information.
Certified babysitter available week-
days from 4 11:30 p.m., anytime on
the weekends, short notice okay, senior
at KWHS with transportation. Contact
Jennifer at (305) 647-8577.
Seamstress at your service, all ser-
vice uniforms done to specifications, all
common sewing needs, hemming and
repairs welcome. Call Lauran at (239)
938-6854. Same day service available.
Interested in learning the basics of
racquetball or improving your current
level of play? For details call the only
AMPRO-certified instructor in the Keys,
Ronnie, at (504) 912-7081.
Mary Kay Robin has a full inventory
right here in Key West. Call her at (305)
797-6634 or go to www.marykay.com/
radiantrobin.
Writing services. Internationally pub-
lished freelance writer can help you
write the perfect piece. Need help with
a technical piece, language tutoring, or
editing? In addition to general writing,


I do medical, wellness and children's
writing. Please contact Sandy Kaster at
(305) 292-1558 or (813) 470-0222 or
pkaster@hotmail.com.
No time to clean? Housecleaning ser-
vices now available for weekends and
weekdays from 2 p.m. on. Base access,
reliable. Call Carmen at (321) 297-1215.
Military seamstress services for minor
alterations and sewing of your military
uniforms. For more information or to
make an appointment, please call Dawn
at 304-0624.
Lisa Huber Pure Romance Consultant
#22557. Serving the Florida Keys. Find
out why I've fallen in love with Pure
Romance. Call 296-7605 or (843) 325-
7161. E-mail: lisahuber@pureromance.
com. Shop from the comfort and con-
fidentiality of your home at: lisahuber.
pureromance.com.
DaFloProductions Mobile DJ
Entertainment. Providing strictly the
hits for your dancing crave since 1989.
Mobile DJ service for all occasions
with state-of-the-art sound and light-
ing effects. Satisfaction guaranteed! Se
habla Espahol. For more information
and bookings call 872-4322, or e-mail:
dafloproductions@yahoo.com.
Kathy Brown's cleaning service.
Moving out or in, need a little or a lot of
help around the house? We can help you
get it clean. Openings and special rates
for Peary Court, Truman, Trumbo and
Sigsbee, (305) 304-2008.
Your Way Hairstyles. Curls, braids,
twists up or down. Weddings, proms,
homecoming or a night on the town. Will
come to you. Call Amanda for appoint-
ment at 896-0325.
Alterations by Ann. We handle all mili-
tary uniforms and civilian clothes. Dry
cleaning service also available. Stop by
at 3201 Flagler or call 292-1112.
VOLUNTEERS
Key West Wildlife Center is seeking vol-
unteers to assist with animal care in
our wildlife hospital and outdoor main-
tenance of exhibits and center grounds.
Animal experience is a plus but not nec-
essary. Please contact Michelle at (305)
292-1008 or stop by the center. We are
open everyday from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. and
are located at 1801 White Street.
NAS KEYWEST CLASSIFIED are free
for active-duty and retired personnel,
their families and civilian base employ-
ees only. Deadline for submissions is
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MORTGAGES
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FHA, VA, JUMBO
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P/T only. Resume incl.
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tiable call Cea 296-7982


COOKS
Line Cooks wanted.
FT/PT available.
Apply in person MM27.5
Ramrod Key Boondocks.
Competitive wages.
ATTENTION:
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of Key West
Is hiring Conductors. Do
you like to entertain peo-
ple with historic stories
while driving through pic-
turesque Key West? We
will pay you while training
and pay $13.00 per hour
plus tips when certified.
Full-time work. Full bene-
fit package available.
For more information call
296-6688 or fax your
resume to 305-292-8939
or email us at:
keyott@historictours.com
EOE & Drug Free
Workplace
DATA ENTRY
Full-time data entry
Position. Data entry
Experience required.
$13.00 per hour Benefits
available, Paid vacation
Apply in person at
207 Simonton
296-4557.
EOE
Drug Free Workplace
EXPERIENCE
MODEL/ESCORT
WANTED
Call Regina
305-296-5477


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a part-time truck driver.
Must be able to work at
least 3 nights a week,
from 12pm-10am, week-
nights and weekends.
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week. NO PHONE
CALLS. Please send re-
sume to
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or stop by to fill out an
application.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
Needed for busy Old
Town Retail location.
Strong Retail background
required. $15.87/hr +
commission with full
benefit package
including: Paid Medical,
Dental,Vacation
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St.
305-296-4557
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Workplace
HOGFISH BAR
AND GRILL
Downtown Stock Island
Restaurant/ Floor Man-
ager needed. Applicant
must be clean, sober and
have great people skills.
Apply in person with re-
sume at 6810 Front
Street, ask for Bob, or
call 923-6000.


A LEADING JEWELRY
RETAILER
Is now accepting applica-
tions for Sales Positions,
full time only. Competi-
tive salary plus commis-
sion nd an option for ad-
vancement. Fax resume
305-293-9406
Attn: Human Resources
JEWELRY SALES- P/T
Needed for busy
Mallory Square Location.
Sales experience with or
Knowledge of Jewelry
preferred. $10.50/hr.
plus commission.
Please Apply in Person
(305)296-4557
207 Simonton St.
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WAREHOUSE/
SPONGE PROCESSING
Full Time, $12.00 per
hour, Benefits available
Please Apply in Person
207 Simonton St.
(305)296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace.

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Our lives.
Our news.


Carpenter/ Maintenance
Supervisor
Salaried position, $640
week. Supervise the day
to day maintenance of a
large retail operation.
Full time hands on
position. Schedule
flexibility a must. Paid
parking. Full Benefit
package. Including
Health and Dental.
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St.
305-296-4557
EOE Drug Free
Workplace.


KEY WEST LAW FIRM
Looking to hire a legal
secretary/office assistant.
Candidate will be respon-
sible for calendaring-
deadlines, filing, schedul-
ing depositions hearing-
meetings, and communi-
cating with clients and
general clerical/office
matters. Must have ex-
cellent computer skills;
telephone and client
skills are a must. Two
years of legal experience
required. Email resumes
to firmfk@yahoo.com


CONCH TOUR TRAIN
We are looking for
fun-loving people to fill
the following position:
Tour Guides
We will pay you while in
training and pay $13 an
hour plus tips when
certified. All you need
is a positive attitude, a
good driving record and
love to tell stories.
Full benefits package is
available for all full-time
positions, including
401(k), Medical, Dental,
Life and two weeks
vacation. Please apply in
person at the Conch Tour
Train office at 1805
Staples Ave. Suite #101,
M-F 9-3:30, or fax
resume to 305-292-8993
or email us at:
conchtraln@ historctours.com
E.O.E. & DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
at
WESTIN KEY WEST.
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*Line Cook F/T

*Fluency in English is
necessary, experience is
required.
** All applicants for
these positions are re-
quired to have high end
hospitality experience in
the field.

+Previous applicants
need not apply again.
*Applications hours are
from 9am to 4pm.

Drug Free Work Place -
An Equal Opportunity
Employer Apply in Per-
son 245 Front Street,
Key West or Email
Resume to:
HR@westinkevwestresort.com
VEHICLE BODY
RESTORATION
Conch Tour Train is
seeking a qualified indi-
vidual for this full-time
position. Must be experi-
enced in body repair, res-
toration and welding.
Benefits package is avail-
able for all full-time posi-
tions, including 401(k),
Medical, Dental, Life and
two weeks vacation. Ap-
ply at Conch Tour Train
garage, 1802 Staples
Ave. Suite #101 Monday
through Friday 9:00 a.m.
- 3:30 p.m. Drug Free
Workplace and E.O.E.


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
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
GROUNDSKEEPER/
MAINTENANCE
Full Time
Duties include general
cleaning, Trash pickup,
lawn care and janitorial
duties $12.00 per hour/
5 days a week. Benefits
available. Please
Apply in Person at:
207 Simonton St.
(305)296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace.



DOT PALM
Needs a Tree Climber.
That knows how to clean
palms. Apply in person
5200 Oversea HWY.
Marathon, Fl.

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Show lines, gorgeous,
short & compact, $1000
(352) 572-7720
REG COCKER
black/white, happy,
bouncy & loves kids $500
(305)294-9950



Saddle brown, leather
sofa, $284 Key West
304-6666.


Complete Bedroom
Suite. Solid wood, oak
finish dresser/mirror,
chest of drawers, night
stand, standard mattress
(6 months old), platform
and metal frame. $400.
724-880-6010
CONTENTS OF
UPSCALE HOME
All furniture and accesso-
ries including king size 4
poster bed and coral fur-
niture. By appointment
305-304-2825.


Lg., Clean, Quiet, Furn.
Room. New Town. Ca-
ble, C/A/C, W/D, OSP,
$235/wk and utilities
included. 586-615-3559
SEEKING ROOMMATE
Furnished large bed-
room. Walk to beaches.
$750, deposit, 1/2 elec-
tric. Chris 896-6503.
LARGE CLEAN ROOM
in 3/1 house $900/mo.
+ $200 sec. all utils incl,
A/C, W/D, cable, Internet
+ much more. 292-2649.
1 OR 2 PERSONS
Room with 2 beds & pri-
vate bath. TV & cable.
$650/mo. + utils. Duck
Ave. (305)879-0297
1 o 2 PERSONAS.
Cuarto con 2 camas y
bano privado. tv y cable.
$650/mes + billes. Duck
Ave. (305)879-0297
LARGE FURNISHED
Bedroom/bath, share
kitchen, living room. Very
nice apartment in Key
West. Behind Yacht Club
on Hilton Haven. $900 a
month or $250 a week.
Contact Eddie 433-0169,
or 295-0568.


ROOMS--OLD TOWN
Singles $180 & up, Dou-
bles $225. Private en-
trance, private bath, W/D,
WiFi, no alcohol, no
drugs. Sorry, no pets.
Four week minimum.
305-293-9400
SIMONTON STREET
BR with shared kitchen &
bath. All utilities included.
No lease, no pets.
$800/mo. $400 deposit
$600 to move in.
305-393-9526
EFFICIENCY
Lower Duval St.
Southern Cross Hotel.
Furnished, kitchenette,
private bathroom, short
term or long term.
Starting at $292-$339per
week. Available immed.
Call 294-3200 for terms,
viewing & to apply.


1023 WHITEHEAD ST.
Private room, shared
kitchen & bath, A/C, ca-
ble TV, all util incl.
$850/mo. F/S Call
305-896-5606
LottieluvsJohn @yahoo.com
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 $79/night or
$299/week
296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.org



2/1 LittleTorch Key
On canal, Coral Shores
Estate. Storage shed.
Avail Sept. 1. $800/mo.
305-797-0177

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
Canal, W/D, MM10.
$1,200 per mo. F/L/S.
296-8425.


***SHIPYARD***
***CONDO***
2BR/1BA, private deck
overlooking pool. 2
blocks from Duval & 5
min. walk to the beach.
Fully furnished & im-
maculate! $1,850/mo.
Min. 3 mo. rental. Call
305-394-6167 or
michael@kevwestoroDertles.com

SHIPYARD 2BR/1BA
Front & rear balconies
overlooking pool. Avail.
Immediately! $1,800/mo.
Cable inc. All other ulit's
not incl'd. Call Steve any-
time. 305-766-8266 or,
Bill Rose 571-594-9711

KEYWEST GOLF CLUB
3/2 on quiet Kestral Way,
tile floors, secluded foli-
age-quiet, screened
wrap-around porch, W/D,
basic cable, gym incl. No
pets, smoking. $2,000
mo.614-323-0544 for
showing. Available 9/1.


keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Salt Ponds 2/2
Canal Duplex 2/2
Shipyard 2/1
Old Town Cottages

Visit our website:
www.keywestrentalcomDanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922


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SHIPYARD CONDO
2BR/1BA, Private Deck,
Pool, W/D, Gated w/
Parking, Walk to Duval
and Ft. Taylor Beach,
$1550/mo. F/L/S.
Call Tom 847-404-7655
LAS SALINAS
1Bd/1 Ba. Avail. now
$1200 a month.
Community pool.
(305)481-7666
keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Las Salinas 3/2
Old Town 2/2
Old Town Cottages
Santa Clara 2/1

Visit our website:
www.kevwestrentalcomDanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922
2BR/1 BA CONDO KW
New appliances,
C/A/C, W/D & OSP.
$1,500/mo + utils F/L/S.
Min. 6 month lease.
305-296-3211
Across From Smathers
Beach
3BR/2BA, Available 9/1.
$1900/mo.
(305)509-0639






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
PRIME OLD TOWN
Beautiful 1BR/1BA, w/pri-
vate covered patio, over-
looking courtyard, in
quiet tropical compound.
Recently updated, &
nicely furnished, easy
walk to Duval or Seaport
District. $1475 includes
sewer/garb, water, inter-
net & full cable w/all
movie channels. F/L/S.
Leave message @
305-923-5130.
CLEAN OLD TOWN
Very Large Effic. + Loft
Tile firs. Hunter fans, Ig
window to garden, tile
bath, Ig. closets. $1050.
+ util mo. to mo. $500
sec. No pets no drugs.
292-1551


SMALL EFFICIENCY
Avail. now. Single work-
ing person only. Parking,
utilities all incl. Stock Is-
land. $650, small secu-
rity. Call Tom 896-0149.






WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
Military Discount
Call for details
Now Leasing
1BR starting at $1,450
2 BR starting at $1,750
3BR starting at $2,000
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
305-294-3124
OLD TOWN 2BR/1 BA
Upstairs apt. w/ whirlpool
tub, recently renovated,
tiled floors, ceiling fans,
central air, OSP. $1,575.
F/L/S, Avail 8/15
OLD TOWN 1BR/1BA
Ashe St. $1,300/mo.
Spacious yard. Avail 9/1
Call Tanikki 305-747-
9138 or Sofia 849-0550
or Rick 305-923-7069
CASA MARINA AREA
2/1, 800 sq. ft, cent. A/C,
ceiling fans, tile floors,
no dogs. $1,500/mo. +
dep., includes sewer,
garbage and pest control.
Year lease, references
required. 305-304-7373.
OLD TOWN SPACIOUS
2BR,1BA, Like New,
Central A/C, W/D, Off
Street Parking. $1,600/
mo. F/L 1,000 security,
plus utilities 1 yr Lease
Call 797-0621 for Ap-
pointment.
AVAILABLE NOW
Cute Conch Duplex, pets
ok. 1/1 up, 2/1 down
yard, lots of parking, W/D
$1200/$1600/mo.
Call 305-292-9803.
1/1 ON OPEN WATER
Big Pine Key
Water and Cable in-
cluded. Avail 9/1 $1,200,
F/L/S. 954-432-3793,
954-559-3806.
3BR/2BA UPSTAIRS
APT. (Has 1/1 studio in
KW w/priv entrance),
balcony, DW, shed,
$2000 a mth. 600-3199
New Town Efficiency
$785/mo. (plus utilities).
clean, balcony. no pets.
Total required to move in
$1,570.
SBX Commercial
Real Estate LLC.
305-296-7920


LARGE, 1,000 SQ. FT.
duplex apt. 2bd/1bth,
new carpeting, freshly
painted throughout, win-
dow blinds, central a/c,
large bathroom, washer/
dryer hookup, large side
deck, hurricane shutters.
10 minutes from KW. #34
Cactus Drive, Big Cop-
pitt. No smoking
$1,575/mo 305-587-3483
$1000/mo. 904 Truman
2 apt avail, ea. 1BR, AC,
porch, shady yard, year
lease, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000
OCEAN WALK
APARTMENTS
KEY WEST
Office open Monday,
Wednesday, & Friday
9am-6pm. Tuesday &
Thursday 9am-7pm,
Saturday 10am-5pm,
Pool, tennis, laundry
center, basketball court,
pets welcome, covered
parking and much more!
Rent starting from
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms
1/1 646 sq. ft.
2/1 768 sq. ft.
2/2 840 sq. ft
3/2 -1,048 sq. ft
1,075 sq. ft.

ALL UNITS AVAIL
NOW!!
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CLASSY OLD TOWN
2/1, New appliances,
W/D, covered front
porch. front yard. Cats ok
$1500/mo F/L/S
305-849-1080
www.thekeywestcondo.com
NEW TOWN
Clean, well maintained,
recently renovated, 2/1,
OSP, W/D hookups, tile
floors, ample storage, pri-
vate patio, local landlord,
available immediately
$1300, F/L/S. Call
305-797-0362.
1BR/1BAAPT
W/D, Central A/C, OSP.
$1400/mo. utilities incl
305-304-2986.
HALF DUPLEX
In Key West 2BR/1BA,
central A/C, W/D, ga-
rage. $1,500 + util. dep.
$500.305-294-2657.
$1600/MO 1821 HARRIS
Apt. A, 3br/2ba, c-ac, tile,
w/d hookup, lease, park-
ing, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000
OLD TOWN 1BR/1BA
$1,275 mo. $1,000 dep.,
no pets, 616 Elizabeth
St. Mark Molback Realty
Executives 923-8924.


2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
1625 Bertha St. Front
$1,900 includes utilities.
845-702-0163
HEART OF OLD TOWN
Efficiency, shared bath.
$1,000 all utils. inc.
2/1 Mid Town Condo
Remodeled. $1,600 mo.
Geiger Key
2/1.5 mobile home, brand
new flooring $1,400.
Dasha Ray
Conch Realty
292-8505
MM 10 BY
BOBALU
RESTAURANT
1 br/1ba, W/D, Includes
cable, water, electric &
Internet service. Bubba
305-304-3811
1220 3RD ST. UP
2/1, fenced yard, Mid-
town, tile floors, cathedral
ceilings. Lg covered
deck, pet considered
$1,475.
LAS SALINAS N-109
2/2 central air, tiled
floors, W/D, pool view,
pet under 201bs. $1,475.

Both avail, immediately
F/L/S. 305-304-2012
Realtor Owner


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Ipewsx.com


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900 Block of Duval
Large 2 Bedroom, on
2nd Floor Renovated,
Outdoor Patio,
$1375/mo. F/L/S, 1 yr.
lease, no pets
Large Studio- $1100
Call Joesi
305-942-6026



AVAILABLE NOW
2BR/1BA, newly re-
model, MM104 Ocean-
side. $900 month
305-451-4100.



OLD TOWN BEAUTY
626 Olivia St. Conch
house. 3BR/2BA W/D,
$2,550, F/L/S, lease
305-669-4590 Mon-Fri.
after 5pm leave message

Beautifully Furnished
Cottage
includes W/D, pool, OSP,
cable. $1,600/mo.
Mila Demier
731-9731
Southernmost Realty


***OLD TOWN***
**REDUCED**
Large, Luxury, 2BR/2BA
house, furnished, 1
block from Duval in ex-
clusive small gated com-
munity, 50' heated pool.
New kitchen, large side
deck. $650 per week for
first 2 mo. 6 or 12 mo
lease. 305-896-4004
DUCK AVE
1BR/1BA PLUS LOFT
W/D, Central A/C, Yard,
Pets ok. $1500/mo. F/L/S
Available 10/1/09
Long Term Lease. Well
maintained houses. Reli-
able Owners. Good Ref-
erences and verifiable in-
come required. 294-8146
SMALL COTTAGE
Big Pine, 1BR, kitchen,
bath, living room.
$1,000/mo. includes utils.
F/L. 872-4706
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. 1 year lease
$3500/mo plus Utils.
305-797-4708.
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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


3/2 KWTOWNHOME
with Spectacular Open
Water & Sunset Views
from two porches for
$2,650/mo + utils. 1,400
sq/ft built in 2002 fea-
tures granite counter
tops, marble and 42" flat
screen TV in the master
bedroom and Brazilian
cherry hardwood floors in
the living room, plus a
garage. Call Ed @
904-238-5188
2BRTOWNHOME
In KWGC. Nicely fur-
nished, fenced yard,
large screened porch.
Open floor plan, lots of
light. Enjoy pools, quiet
neighborhood, nature. Pet
OK. $1850/mo + util. Call
302-588-7244
A GREAT HOUSE!
Clean 3/2 Cudjoe Key
waterfront home MM23
Oceanside. Sleeps 6,
close to Key West and
Reef fishing. Visit
varrieurcom/doug/coates.htm
for pictures and rates.
Contractors welcome.
Military discount. Call
305-619-0088.


KWGC
Gated comm. w/ 2 pools
2/1.5 W/D, D/W, A/C,
end unit, hurricane shut-
ters. $1,700/mo., + utils,
F/S only (305)923-4667
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BIG PINE
Brand new 3 bedroom, 2
bath stilt house. Cathe-
dral ceilings, covered
parking, W/D, central
A/C. $1,500 mo., F/S
Contact 395-9288.
2/1 GOLF COURSE
First and security.
$1,500. Call Tony
797-9255.
OLD TOWN
3/2 on Fleming St. Lots
of storage, W/D, OSP,
$2250/mo. + util.
Sewer & garbage incl.
305-923-4667
1117 GEORGIA ST.
2 bedroom, 1 bath, stove,
refrigerator. $1,500,
F/L/S. 262-949-5402
FLAGLER CENTER
2BR/1BA, washer/dryer,
ceiling fans, central A/C
& heat, ceramic tile floors
1300/ month plus utilities
F/L/S. Call Ruby @
304-1668
NEW $2 M. HOUSE
***ON THE WATER ***
K.W. 4BR/4BA 2,700s.f.
Magnificent luxury new
home. Breath taking
views overlooking the
Gulf. Walking distance to
24 hour stores. 3 story
house, 4 parking spaces,
including 2 under roof,.
new S.S. appl., granite
counter tops, own private
swimming pool. $4,399
per mo. 305-896-4004.
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3BR/2BA Stock Island
Modular stilt home, avail-
able now, $1800mo. Call
Ken @ 393-9263.
Summerland MM24
3/2 Ocean side, canal
front, dock, partially fur-
nished. $1800/mo plus
utilities 352-205-3866
or 352-205-3870
Clean & Cozy 1Br/1Ba
$950 mo. cable incl.
C/A/C, laundry room. F/S
305-296-0294, 304-4311
HEART OF OLD TOWN
1BR/1BA Conch House
W/D, OSP. $1,500
F/L/S + util. Call
305-740-0441 Mon-Fri.
leave message after 5pm
3/1 NEAR BEACH
Very clean, central air,
carport, hurricane shut-
ters, W/D hookup, ceiling
fans, fenced yard, patio,
F/L/S. $1,800 per mo.
305-293-9719.
*****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.

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BIG PINE 2/1
Quiet area, large lot on
boating canal W/D hook
up, 600 sq. ft., $900/mo.
OBO F/L/S 745-1935
OLD TOWN
*215 Truman Ave- Rear.
New 1 bd/1 ba house.
Private fenced yard.
W/D. $1,300/mos.

*1420 Petronia St.
2nd floor 1 bd/1 ba.
Private deck. W/D.
$1,200/mos.

*211 Virginia St.
Clean 2bd/lba mobile
home. Fenced yard,
OSP $1,000/mos.

Curtis Skomp
Coldwell Banker
304.0084
OLD TOWN
WONDERFUL
unfurnished 2BR/2BA
home with a small office
and a small detached
guest cottage/artist stu-
dio. W/D, central A/C,
covered OSP Great
neighborhood, 2 blocks
from Dog Beach and 2
blocks from Duval Street.
Non Smokers only. Must
have references and veri-
fiable income. Pets con-
sidered. $2,400.00 mo.
Available October 1st. LT
only. Call (305) 797-0817
Old Town/Angela Street
House available now.
2BR/1BA, W/D connect,
A/C, OSP, Section 8 ok.
1,550/month, $500 de-
posit. Small pets consid-
ered. 404-626-0118.
COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Bungalow
2 BR / 1.5 BA avail now
$1600 per month + utils

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

KWGC Conch
2 BR / 2 BA avail now
$1850 per mo + utils

Furnished

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

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


3/3 GOLF CLUB
Small pet ok $2,150/mo.
F/L/S. One year lease
(305)745-8890 pm
or am 745-3411

A Key Real Estate, Inc.

BIG PINE KEY
1BDI1BA
Large apt. with A/C, Ap-
pliances, patio, clean
with private entrance.
Util. Incl. $985/mo F/S

2 BD/1.5BA
Canal front, W&D, Appli-
ances, Storage, C/A/C,
Carport $1,400/mo. +
utilities F/S

2 BD/1 BA
Canal, Dock & Davits,
Lg. Walk-in Closet,
C/A/C, Storage & W/D
$1,400/mo + utilities F/S

3 BD/1BA
Mobile home with Appli-
ances, W&D, A/C, Large
Yard, Storage, Porch
$1,400/mo. + utilities F/S

3BD/1.5BA Stilt Home
C/A/C, Deck, Laundry
Room, Fenced Yard w/
Storage. $1,600/mo. +
Utilities

2 BD/2BA
Canal Front, Dock, Lg.
Screen Porch, C/A/C,
Tile Floors, Cathedral
Ceilings $1,700/mo. +
Util. F/S

SUMMERLAND KEY
Efficiency
Clean Unit, Appliances,
A/C & Utilities Included
$225/wk. Sec. Dep.
$675.00

2BD/2BA Stilt Home
Updated home with Bal-
cony, Open water view,
Appliances, Dishwasher,
A/C $1,500/mo. + utilities
F/S

KEY WEST
Efficiency With Loft
Gated community,
cathedral ceiling, water
included $925/mo. F/S

(305) 872-4144
KEY WEST, MM5
CORAL HAMMOCK
3/3 2 story townhouse,
w/d, amenities, no pets,
gated community $2,200/
mo F/LS (239)821 -7802


Remodeled 3/1 mm104
Oceanside, Section 8
welcome. Boat ramp,
C/A/C, corner lot.
$1,500/mo. Concrete
roof. (786) 258-2717


1 Block From Duval St
RV Lots For Rent
27 ft Units or Smaller
$700 moves you in.
Call 305-797-5184



3BR/3.5BA
Old Town home. Fur-
nished, heated pool,
OSP Monthly $7,500.
305-797-4708.



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

STOCK ISLAND
1,940 sq. ft. of air
conditioned, Commercial/
Office Space for Rent.
Located On Main Street.
305-924-3344

COMMERCIAL
WAREHOUSE
1000sq.ft. Metal Building.
$1000/mo Call Steve
305-296-5555


NICE ROOMY SUBLET
w/reception area, 3 Ig. of-
fices, shared conf room;
excellent KW location;
part furn; 305-923-3855

3 Office Spaces Avail.
Lots of light., furnished.
Great location in Old
Town. Easy access, OSP
Brand new.
Price ranges from
$500-$1000/mo
all utilities included.
305-296-4275

SUMMERLAND KEY
Space avail. Great for a
professional; approx. 700
sf or one small office also
avail. 305-923-3855

PLUSH OFFICES
in 100 blk of Simonton,
most w/2 desks, some
with computers. Use of
copier, printers, conf.
room, kitchen. $500 to
$800 +ST. Util incl.
MUST SEE! Call Norman
@ 305-304-0429
www.simontonrow.com


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


Key West Beach Club
Ocean front 2br/2ba
spectacular views, pools,
tennis & more. $760,000.
Mark Molback Realty
Exec. 305-923-8924






BRAND NEW 3BR/2BA
HOME
Built on your lot.
$159,000. Turnkey. Ap-
rox. Payment $892.41/
mo. (House only)
Call Joe Cleghorn
305-304-6627
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
FOR SALE BY OWNER
(Lower Keys) 3/3 1,640
sq.ft. 2 story fully
equipped (jacuzzi in mas-
ter) frame home in Old
Town's prettiest com-
pound 1/2 mile from
Louie's. Private pool +
access to compound's,
joint heated pool and
lushly landscaped deck.
Appraised at $900K 3/08.
Buy it 17 months later
for quarter $million less.
Only $650K OBO. Shown
by appt. 305-851-2709.
rhardyh @yahoo.com

WATERFRONT
SPECIALIST
Short Sales and Bank
Own Properties. Contact
Captain Noah Jacobson
Lic. Sales Assoc. Realty
Executive 305-360-6262.
Residential For Sale
Search all residential
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KeysRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.



TURN KEY C/O
SAILING CHARTER
For sale. 15 yrs. w/great
reputation. 50K firm.
Boat included. Call 305-
304-5084 or 305-
360-1166







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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.
See what's out there in
the Keyswide
Classifieds!
Call 292- 7777x3
LEASE/PURCHASE
15,000 sq. ft. warehouse.
Would consider joint
venture. $2,499,000
Call Ken @ 393-9263


1995 GEO TRACKER
Perfect Island truck, only
67k, 5 speed, grey
Rhino-Lined exterior, No
washing or waxing. New
belts, hoses, tires, runs
great. New black duster
deck cover, rear window
and bikini top. $3,000.
745-8457.
2003 MAZDA TRIBUTE
$8,000 great condition,
extended warranty, new
tires, tow package,tinted
windows, great gas mi-
lage never any problems.
88,000 mi. 305-849-3398
2002 Chrysler Sebring
convertible, exc. cond.
new tires, blue w/black
top, 78K mi, $4415
305-747-8158
94 Chevy G20 conver-
sion van, runs good,
$1425 Call 393-5734


'07 2 Seater scooter.
Runs good, new battery
and tires. $650 OBO.
Richard 305-923-7174.
2004 Vitality scooters
runs great, $760 ea.
305-304-1906.
TWO YAMAHA ZUMA
Black, 2009, $1,750
each. 942-9409.
Advertise 292-7777x3


1987 HARLEY XLR
Anniversary 1/650 32k
mi. $5,550. Call
766-5284.
1993 HARLEY
DAVIDSON
1200 Sportster, 10k mi.
90 Anniv., runs great,
$4,500. 305-872-4058.


MOTOR HOME
27' Long 462 cu in
Chrysler engine runs ex-
cellent new 4 bar holly
carburetor $350.00 5,000
BTU onan generator, roof
leaks, inter damages, re-
pairable 6 excellent tires
$400.00 305-393-6817


43'.1973 RIVER QUEEN
Professionally converted
to a 2 story houseboat.
3BR, 2 kitchens, dinette,
full bath (2 separate apts,
possible rental). Top
deck, front deck, rear
deck. Good cond. 450 sf
+ or -, Have $30,000 in-
vested. New boat com-
ing, need slip. $7500 will
trade for car, boat or
whatever. (727)446-7220


CALLING ALL
LIVEABOARDS!!!
Like NEW Houseboats
For Sale in Marathon, FL
2007 42' VAGABOND
15,000 BTU A/C system,
220amp upgrade con-
nection. 2006 42' AQ-
UALODGE Motor ready
package, 12,000 BTU &
5,000 BTU A/C system
2006 40' VAGABOND -
Set up like a galley boat
with 3 refrigerators & 2
sinks, generator ready
2007 35' AQUALODGE -
12,000 BTU A/C system
2007 35' VAGABOND -
13,500 BTU A/C system,
30" upper sundeck, 2005
35' COM CAT Slide &
Motor ready package
For more information on
these sales, please visit
www.cooperss.com


1982 36' ALBIN
SUNDECKTRAWLER
One owner, well main-
tained. Comfortable live
aboard. Well equipped.
Located at Marco River
Marina, at Marco Island.
For Sale by owner -
Asking Price $40,000.
Call 239-775-6865 or
239- 370-2495.
E-mail cm1926@aol.com


Boat Slip for Liveboard
or Vessel Storage
$750 per month rental.
6631 Maloney Avenue,
Stock Island. Call
305-294-5505 ext.23
kkstllc@bellsouth.net


SUNSET MARINA
Wet Slip for rent up to 35'
boat. $600 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.
FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
King's Pointe/Oceanside
Marina. #649, 50 ft. Live-
aboard ok. $1000/mo.
plus util. Call John
305-360-1790.
King's Pointe Marina
Dry slip top rack
enclosed. Avail now.
33'Lxl 0'Wxl 4'H $450mo
Call John 305-360-1790


Go To Guide


All Autos All Years
WE BUY
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks
Running or Not
305-332-0483


"Save time and money,
hire a bookkeeper"
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305-292-9889
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COMPUTE


30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Lic. #29240-92996
Repairs From
The Basement to The Roof!
Call Stephan 797-5486

C.M. Mata Inc.
Fug Serv Intrior spea
Installing Trim, Doors
Stairs, FCoors Ca6inets,
Windows Paint & More
~ Since 1987 ~ s~n1
(305) 923-6560


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MARK'S
MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina

Authorized Dieel Sales & Service, Installation
305-292-2300





BOSTON
BRICK
KEY WEST
WE STOCK
OLD CHICAGO BRICK
Lic. SP2386
294-7892


Commercial Printing
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Consulting, LLC
Li. 0900023842
Fractional CFO Servlee
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Financial management
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Fax 305.768.2763
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DAN ACE
ROOFING, INC.
30 years experience
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
Licensed (RC0034111) & Insured
294-2380
Daniel Acevedo, Owner

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






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SMSC accepts

Navy's newest

combat ship

BY LAURA M. SEAL
it Military Sealift Command Public Affairs

o Mi military Sealift
C4 Command (MSC)
" L accepted delivery
Sof dry cargo/ammunition
E
W ship USNS Wally Schirra (T-
SAKE 8) in San Diego Tuesday.
The ship was built by General
Dynamics NASSCO.
Schirra, named in honor
of astronaut Walter "Wally"
Schirra, is the eighth ship in
the Lewis and Clark-class of
underway replenishment
ships. These ships called T-
AKEs deliver ammunition,
provisions, stores, spare parts,
potable water and petroleum
products to the Navy's under-
way carrier and expeditionary
strike groups allowing them
to stay at sea, on station and
combat ready for extended
periods of time.
In September, the 689-foot
Schirra will go on a short
"shakedown cruise" where the
ship's crew will test a range of
shipboard operations. Schirra
is anticipated to begin con-
ducting missions for MSC in
May 2010.
Schirra is crewedby 124 civil
service mariners working for
MSC and 11 Sailors who pro-
vide operational support and
supply coordination. When
needed, Schirra can also carry
a helicopter detachment.
The Navy expects to build
14 T-AKEs, which are replacing
some of MSC's aging, single-
mission ships such as Kilauea-
class ammunition ships and
Mars- and Sirius-class combat
stores ships.
MSC operates approximate-
ly 110 noncombatant, civilian-
crewed ships that replenish
U.S. Navy ships, conduct spe-
cialized missions, strategically
preposition combat cargo
at sea around the world and
move military cargo and sup-
plies used by deployed U.S.
forces and coalition partners.


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