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Publication Date: October 9, 2009
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2009


Fly Navy hotel gets a handsome makeover


PAUU PAUU (UCt.
3, 2009) -A Sailor
assigned to the guided-
missile frigate USS
Ingraham (FFG 61) ties
a rope around part of a
damaged roof to clear
it away during disaster
recovery efforts in Pago
Pago, American Samoa.
The region was struck
by an earthquake and
resulting tsunami.
U.S. Air Force photo by Tech.
Sgt. Cohen A. Young



inside:

GOOD MORALE: How
the Navy maintains its
esprit de corps ......2

CALM IN THE STORM:
Don't let life's trials
'freak' you out. ......2

BRIGHT LIGHT: Sensor
is one answer for ener-
gy management...... 3

HOME RUN: Hit one for
the heart............ 8

TOP OF PAGE ONE:
QM3 Novelyn Thomas
takes a bearing as the
amphibious assault ship
USS Wasp (LHD 1) gets
underway from Norfolk
Naval Station.



www.facebook.com/naskeywest


BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
Southernmost Flyer

avy Gateway Inns and
Suites (NGIS) Key West
is nearly finished with
a $100,000 renovation to the
main lobby that is part of a plan
to bring a unified standard to
all Navy Gateway locations.
According to NGIS Key West
Director Michaela Arnabat, the
lobby features new artwork and
furniture, a new color scheme
and "mood-setting" fountains
that create a classier look for
the hotel.
"We wanted to make it a
place that guests will want to
come back to," said Arnabat.


BY MC2 RACHEL
MCMARR
Southernmost Flyer

W lk into the
Transition
to Indepen-
dence, Employment
and Success (T.I.E.S.)
building on Naval
Air Station Key West's
Sigsbee Park and you
might think you walked
into the mini-mart and
that they are in the
midst of stocking their
shelves.
There are areas with
different items: jewelry
here, a half-stocked
shelf there, computers,
and even a kitchen. But
what you soon notice


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U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabb
Visitors to Navy Gateway Inns and Suites on Trumbo Point can relax in
the newly-redesigned lobby.


"We really think that the new
look gives the hotel a 'wow'
factor."
In order to save time and


money, most of the work in the
lobby was done by a group of
NGIS building managers.
NGIS Key West Site Manager


is there are teachers
helping young adults
and those students are
learning valuable skills
they will use for years
to come.
T.I.E.S. invited the
public to see their facili-
ty and meet the students
during an open house
event Monday. NAS
Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steven
Holmes and Monroe
County Superintendent
of Schools Joseph Burke
were on hand during
the event.
T.I.E.S. is a Monroe
County schools and
Navy joint project for
18-22-year-old students
with disabilities. The


Connie Shoff praised the
efforts of the workers, calling
them "an awesome team."
"They demonstrated out-
standing safety standards and
kept high morale throughout
the project," said Shoff. "Many
of them voluntarily worked
overtime and came in on the
weekends to ensure we could
get the project done in a timely
manner. I can't say enough
about them."
According to Arnabat, NGIS
saved $10,000 by using their
own employees instead of
contracting out the work and
also saved the Navy $15,000

see FLY NAVY page 3


I


-
U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Rachel McMarr
T.I.E.S. Student Ben Black explains a fundraising catalog to Naval Air Station
Key West Commanding Officer Capt. Steven Holmes, right, and Monroe County
Superintendent of Schools Joseph Burke during the T.I.E.S. open house Monday.


program provides com-
munity-based job train-
ing to promote inde-
pendence and competi-
tive employment for the
students. The doors to
their current facility on


Sigsbee opened in June
2005 with support from
the Navy and Monroe
County School District
(MCSD).
"This is the same
developing any young


person at 18 who doesn't
have a clue about work
has to go through," said
T.I.E.S. Instructor Ruth
Holland. "It's getting

see COMMUNITY page 5


We've got T.I.E.S.


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1942 First three schools

for enlisted WAVES open at
Stillwater, Okla., Bloomington,
Ind., and Madison, Wis.



Oct. 1
1942 First three schools
for enlisted WAVES open at
Stillwater, Okla., Bloomington,
Ind., and Madison, Wis.

Oct. 10

1985 Fighters from USS
Saratoga (CV-60) force Egyptian
airliner, with the hijackers of the
cruise shipAchille Lauro aboard,
to Italy, where the hijackers were
taken into custody.

Oct. 11

1776 Battle ofValcour Island on
Lake Champlain, N.Y. Although
defeated, the American flotilla
delayed the British advance.

Oct. 12

2000 Terrorists in a boat make
suicide attack on USS Cole
(DDG-67) while the ship refu-
els in the port of Aden, Yemen.
Seventeen Sailors are killed.


Oct. 13

1775 Birthday of U.S. Navy.
The Continental Congress
establishes Continental Navy,
later the U.S. Navy.

Oct. 14

1918 Naval aviators of Marine
Day Squadron 9 make first
raid-in-force for the Northern
Bombing Group inWorldWar I.

Oct. 15

1948 First women officers on
active duty sworn in as com-
missioned officers in regular
Navy under Secretary of the
Navy John L. Sullivan.


Fraternization: The Navy and You


ur Navy has histori-
cally relied upon cus-
toms and tradition to
define the bounds of accept-
able personal relationships
among its members. Proper
social interaction among offi-
cer and enlisted members has
always been encouraged as
it enhances unit morale and
esprit de corps. At the same
time, unduly familiar personal
relationships between officers
and enlisted members have
traditionally been contrary to
naval custom because they
undermine the respect for
authority, which is essential
to the Navy's ability to accom-
plish its military mission.
More than 200 years of sea-
going experience have demon-
strated that seniors must main-
tain thoroughly professional
relationships with juniors at
all times. This custom recog-
nizes the need to prevent use
of a senior grade or position
in such a way that it results
in (or gives the appearance
of) favoritism, preferential
treatment, personal gain, or
involves actions that otherwise
may reasonably be expected to
undermine good order, disci-


Will you take

your goldfish

and go?


ver felt like grabbing your
goldfish and leaving with
all your stuff? Remember
the movie "Jerry McGuire?"
That's what Jerry McGuire, Tom
Cruise's character, does. After
he is fired he walks out of his
office with a box of his stuff
along with a goldfish. Everyone
is quiet as he tells them, "I bet
you thought I was going to
'freak out.'"
That's the expectation isn't
it? That we will "freak out"
because of worry. These days
there are plenty of things
to worry about. People are
upside down in the value of


pline, authority, or high unit
morale. Inlike manner, custom
requires that junior person-
nel recognize and respect the
authority inherent in a senior's


ETC (SS)
Sean
Sandberg


grade, rank, or
position. This
recognition
of authority is
evidenced by
observance
and enforce-
ment of the
military cour-
tesies and cus-
toms that have
traditionally
defined proper
senior-subor-


dinate relationships.
"Fraternization" is the term
traditionally used to identify
personal relationships that
contravene the customary
bounds of acceptable senior-
subordinate relationships.
Although it has most com-
monly been applied to officer-
enlisted relationships, frater-
nization also includes improp-
er relationships and social
interaction between officer
members as well as between
enlisted members.
Historically, and as used

their homes. Unemployment
is high. The economy is shaky.
There are new concerns over
Iran's nuclear ambitions and
much uncertainty about Iraq
and Afghanistan. There are


CHAPLAIN'S
CORNER






NASKey West
Command Chaplain
Lt. Cmdr.
D. C. Dowling


needs around
the world and
in each of our
lives to worry
about.
When things
happen to us
on a personal
level it is even
easier to "freak
out." We do
strange things
like making


irrational, self-destructive
decisions reminiscent of lem-
mings running off a cliff, or
we are gripped with indecision
- paralyzed like fainting goats,
which when startled or fright-
ened, stiffen up and collapse


here, fraternization is a gen-
der-neutral concept. Its focus
is on the detriment to good
order and discipline resulting
from the erosion of respect
for authority inherent in an
unduly familiar senior-sub-
ordinate relationship, not the
sex of the members involved.
In this sense, fraternization is
a uniquely military concept,
although abuse of a senior's
position for personal gain and
actual or perceived preferential
treatment are leadership and
management problems that
also arise in civilian organiza-
tions. In the context of military
life, the potential erosion of
respect for the authority and
leadership position of a senior
in grade or rank can have an
enormously negative effect
on good order and discipline
and seriously undermine a
unit's effectiveness. Therefore,
prohibition of fraternization
serves a valid, mission essen-
tial purpose.
All hands are encouraged to
discuss questions or concerns
with their chain of command,
CMEO, or EOA regarding
OPNAV Instruction 5370.2C -
Navy Fraternization Policy.

for a short period of time.
Freaking out robs us of life.
The Old English mean-
ing of the word "worry" is "to
strangle," or "to choke." That's
what we say when someone
misses a big play in a game
- "he choked." Who wants to
choke?
As long as there have been
humans, there has been worry.
But where does it come from?
When did you start worry-
ing? Everybody does it, but
nobody seems to know when
they started doing it. It seems
like we practice our whole life
just to "freak out" over things.
Honestly, nobody wants to
"freak out" and why should
they?
I don't own a goldfish and
frankly I don't want to put
a goldfish through the trau-

see FREAK OUT page 3


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

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service and their families. Its contents
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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-
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the Navy, Naval Air Station Key West or
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The editorial content of this newspa-
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concerning such should be directed
to: Cooke Communications, 3420
Northside Dr., Key West, FL 33041.
Telephone: 305-292-7777.








Energy Awareness Month
BY SAMUEL MUSORA extra attention to ensure they
NAS Key West Resource Efficiency are operating correctly after
Manager installation. Here are a few
suggestions to make sure your
O october is Energy lighting system's occupancy
Awareness Month. sensors function correctly.
I hope this won't be First, to ensure occupant
the last month we are aware satisfaction with the sen-
of how wasteful and ineffi- sor installation, the Building
cient our facilities can be. We Energy Monitors (BEMs)
use energy everyday, and we and/or facility managers
ought to think about conser- can collaborate on start-up
vation everyday. This month and field commissioning.
is just a starting point. Commissioning begins during
Since coming to Naval Air design with selecting the right
Station Key West to become sensor and locating it correctly
the Resource in the facility.
Efficiency c Installation
Manager in May, I might require
have managed to two or even three
be in every facil- primary adjust-
ity on the base ments. BEMs or
and annexes. facility managers
I'm happy to say i should coordi-
that most of the nate this phase
buildings have ..' of commission-
been upgraded ing with furni-
with energy effi- ture placement
cient lighting Samuel Musora because occu-
and lighting occupancy sen- pants occasionally move fur-
sors. Lighting occupancy sen- niture or equipment.
sors are a technology that can The system's time-delay
save up to 30 percent in energy setting allows installers or in-
consumption. Lighting occu- house technicians to change
pancy sensors require a little the amount of time before


Naval Air StationII
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Job Title: Gunner's mate
Hometown: Philadelphia,
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Prior Duty Stations:
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Hobbies: Guitar, bike
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Future Plans: College
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- Focus on lis
the occupancy sensor turns
off lights after it perceives the
room is unoccupied.
Shorter time delays produce
higher energy savings, but may
shorten lamp life due to more
frequent switching. Longer
time delays avoid continual
on-off cycles because occu-
pants might enter and leave
a space frequently. They also
help to overcome brief periods
when an occupant is moving
very little. Manufacturers often
recommend time delays of no
less than 15 minutes.
The sensitivity setting allows
the installer or in-house techni-
cian to determine the amount
of movement that will trigger
the lights to turn or stay on
or to shut off. If the sensitivity
is too high, the sensor might
turn on the lights even though
the space is unoccupied. If it
is too low, the sensor might
turn off the lights even though
the space is occupied. Because
sensitivity relates to coverage,
changing the sensitivity chang-
es the coverage area.
A light-level setting is avail-
able with models that offer a
daylight-switching feature. It
allows the installer or in-house
technician to delay turning on
the lights if the room receives
enough daylight.
Facility managers or BEMs
also might specify self-cali-
brating sensors, which auto-



Freak out
continued from page 2

ma McGuire's fish endured.
So as I read Psalms 23 I am
finding some comfort in the
first verse: "The Lord is my
Shepherd, I shall not want"
and hoping that more reli-
ance on God's provision will
save more than just a gold-
fish some trauma, but bring
peace of mind to the "freaked
out."
You are welcome to join
in Contemporary Christian
Worship at Truman Annex
Chapel every Sunday at 10
a.m.


ghting occupancy sensors l
matically adjust their delay report to the Public Works
and sensitivity settings over Department for repairs, cali-
time. But they should be aware bration or replacement when F
that nuisance switching might the occupancy sensors are not
be common for some time working as intended.
while the sensor is learning. The technology has come
After commissioning ends, a long way and has drastical- "
facility managers should meet ly improved. The benefits of o
with occupants to educate occupancy sensors are to save
them about the intent and energy and cut down on the C
functionality of the controls as utility costs that are escalating ,
a way of ensuring the technol- everyday. By saving on utility D
ogy's acceptance. costs, we are able to focus on o
Please, make sure you our mission.


U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Michael McNabt
Navy Gateway Inns and Suites' building managers performed the
renovations to the lobby of what's commonly known as the Fly Navy,
saving the Navy thousands of dollars in contractor costs. From left,
Jesus Abreu, Desie Perez III, George Bentley, Yariel Cabanzon, Desie
Perez Jr. and Tom Boeskool.


Fly Navy
continued from page 1

by giving their old furniture
to their administration depart-
ment and Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR).
Shoff expects the lobby to
be completed well before the
hotel hosts the Navy Ball Oct.



This week at

the FFSC

DevelopingYour
Spending Plan
Wednesday, 2 3 p.m.
Explore how to set smart finan-
cial goals to help your money
dreams a reality! Participants
will learn how to use a finan-
cial planning worksheet as a
tool to assess one's current
financial situation and thus
make a plan to achieve their


16, but NGIS isn't finished yet.
The hotel received a contract
to renovate all guest rooms
and plans to have the job com-
pleted before the new year, she
said.
Arnabat welcomes all those
who are curious about the ren-
ovation to stop by and check it
out. She said she wants to hear
feedback from customers.


desired financial situation.
Basic budgeting controls will
also be addressed.

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









U---
Upcoming events

STuesday
* Navy Birthday October
SBirthday Party with cake
and ice cream. 3 p.m. at the
BBC office.
o Wednesday
o Toddler playtime at Sigsbee
,- Annex front park 10 a.m.
S* Peary Court Huddle
. Luncheon noon and
o Evening Meet at 6 p.m.
Oct. 16
Drawing for CEL Survey with
NAS Key West Command
Master Chief CMDCM (SW/
AW) Dan Messenger at the
BBC Office.
Oct. 17
Open House at the Patriot
House, 1190B Gilmore Drive
from 2:30 4 p.m.
Oct. 20
Toddler playtime at Peary
CourtWhite Street Gate Park
10 a.m.
Oct. 21
Care Package Workshop -
BBC office from 5 7 p.m.
Oct. 24
Make a Difference Day -
Submit your thank-you let-
ters for military members
deployed abroad.
Oct. 22
Halloween Yard Decorating
Contest winner announced.

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
www.stpaulschurchkeywest.org


Oct. 31
* Halloween Costume Contest
BBC office at noon.
* Trick-or-treat at the BBC
office from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
For more information on
upcoming events, please visit
the BBC Web site at www.
BalfourBeattyCommunities.
com.

Renovations open house

Balfour Beatty Communities
would like to invite you to
an open house Oct. 17 from
2:30 4 p.m. The location will
be 1190B Gilmore Drive, the
home of the new Patriot House.
Please join BBC and tour the
newly-renovated home and
enjoy refreshments.

BBC NAS Key West 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!

New mowing service
and schedule
Balfour Beatty would
like to introduce Cypress
Landscaping a service detail-
oriented company with more
than 10 years experience.
Mowing Schedule:
* Monday Gilmore Circle
* Tuesday Dewey Road,
Farragut Road, and Truxton
* Wednesday Bowfin Court,
Batfish Court, David Porter
Road, Matthew Perry Road
and Stephen Mallory


* Thursday Truman Annex,
Health Clinic
* Friday- Trumbo Point, Peary
Court

Three great reasons
to live at BBC
* 1. Save $200 per month
* 2. Select a renovated unit
* 3. No electric, water trash or
exterminator bills.
Some restrictions may apply.
Stop by the BBC Management
Office or call 292-5590 for
more information.

BBC serves heroes on
the home front
BBC is introducing a new
service for families while
their sponsor is deployed.
BBC wants to show that you
live where you are not alone
and we and your neighbors
understand deployment. At
Balfour Beatty Communities
we are proud to provide spe-
cial services to the families of
deployed residents. We want
to help you! It is just a small
way to show our gratitude for
the sacrifices families make,
not only for us, but for our
future generations as well.
For more information, call the
BBC office at 292-5590.

Spooky Recipe

Pecan-Carmel Spiders

1 1/2 cups toasted pecans
1 cup heavy cream
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup light corn syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons unsalted butter,
in pieces
1/4 teaspoon salt
5 ounces thin black licorice
strands, cut into 2-inch
pieces
6 ounces semisweet chocolate,
chopped


4 ounces milk chocolate,
chopped
Chocolate curls or jimmies,
optional

Line two baking sheets with
waxed paper and lightly spray
with nonstick spray. Mound 30
small clusters of pecans, about
3 or 4 pecans each, spaced a
couple inches apart on the pan.
Make caramel:Warm the cream
over low heat and keep warm
while you cook the sugar. Put
the sugar and corn syrup and in
a deep, heavy-bottomed large
saucepan. Cook over medium
heat, stirring occasionally until
the sugar dissolves. Stop stir-
ring, raise heat to medium-
high, and simmer until the
sugar reaches the hard-crack
stage, or 305 degrees F on a
candy thermometer, about 7
minutes.
Whisk the butter and
salt into the sugar mixture.
Gradually pour in the cream
and vanilla taking care since
the mixture will bubble up.
Reduce the heat to medium
and continue to cook, stirring
occasionally, until the sugar
reaches soft ball stage, 240
degrees F on the thermom-
eter, about 5 minutes more.


Immediately remove from the
heat and cool for a minute.
Ladle a couple tablespoons
of warm caramel over some
of the nut clusters, to make
the spider bodies. Then press
6 pieces of licorice into the
warm caramel to make the
legs. Repeat with the remain-
ing caramel and licorice. (It's
helpful to have an extra hand
here, since the caramel can
set quickly. If caramel hardens,
warm over very low heat.) Let
spiders cool 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, put the choco-
lates in a medium heatproof
bowl. Bring a saucepan filled
with 1-inch or so of water to
a very slow simmer; set the
bowl over, but not touching,
the water. Stir the chocolate
occasionally until melted and
smooth. (Alternatively, put
the chocolate in a medium
microwave-safe bowl. Melt
at 50 percent power in the
microwave until soft, about
1 minute. Stir, and continue
heat until completely melted,
2 to 3 minutes more.)
Spoon about 1 tablespoon
of melted chocolate on top
of each spider. Sprinkle with
jimmies or chocolate curls, if
desired. Let cool until firm.


American Legion Auxiliary

Mexican dinner night

FROM NAS KEY WEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS

ey West's American Legion Auxiliary #28 is hosting an
authentic Mexican dinner Oct. 17 at the Post located on
College Road on Stock Island.
The dinner runs from 4 7 p.m. and costs $10. The all-home-
made menu includes taco soup, chicken enchiladas, a tostado
buffet, Mexican corn, beans or rice, taco salad and other
Mexican specialties.
Tickets are available from Auxiliary members, the Post bar
or at the door the day of the event. For more information, call
294-7117.





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Navy moves

to meet IT

challenges

BY GERRY J. GILMORE
American Forces Press Service
The Navy is merging its
information technol-
ogy, intelligence and
communications operations
into one organization to bet-
ter address Information Age
challenges, including threats



Community
continued from page 1


them to understand that show-
ing up on time and getting to
work on time are important."
"The students not only learn
work skills, but also life skills,"
said MCSD Transition Specialist
Marty Jacquette. "They make
their own lunches, wash their


U.S. Navy photo by MG2 Hachel McMarr
Amalia Sutton, a Transition to
Independence, Employment and
Success (T.I.E.S.) student, shows
a fundraising catalog to Karen
Coats, a Sigsbee Elementary
4th grade teacher, during the
T.I.E.S. open house Monday at
the T.I.E.S. building on Naval Air
Station Key West's Sigsbee Park.
T.I.E.S is a Monroe County and
Navy joint project for 18-22-year-
old students with disabilities.




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to computer networks, the
Navy's top officer said in
Washington, D.C., Oct. 2.
"If we as a Navy are to remain
dominant in this Information
Age or Cyber Age, or what-
ever moniker you choose to
put on it, I think that we have
to take advantage of the new
opportunities that exist, such
as the vast stores of collected
data information and intel-
ligence that often lie at rest,
unrecoverable, unavailable
and untapped," Adm. Gary
Roughead, chief of naval oper-
ations, said during remarks


uniforms and some even learn
to take the bus. It's intertwined
with daily skills."
Ben Black, a T.I.E.S. student,
said before he came to T.I.E.S.,
he didn't know much about
working. Now he is in his final
year of the program and works
at the Navy Exchange (NEX)
and commissary, as well as in
town. His favorite thing to do
is work with boxes, he said. He
unloads trucks, stocks shelves
and unloads produce. Ben
learned these skills through
T.I.E.S.
"It's person-centered plan-
ning," said Jacquette. "Ruth
evaluates everything about
the way they are when the kids
come in, and then she sets up
a job to match."
Another T.I.E.S. student,
Amalia Sutton, said before she
came to T.I.E.S. she would just
stay in bed most of the day.
"I don't think she under-
stood what it was to go to
work," explained Holland.
Now, after practicing her
skills at T.I.E.S., Sutton works
at the NEX stocking shelves.
To help Sutton learn how to
stock, Holland set up a mock-
jewelry display, armed Sutton
with a magnifying glass, and
taught her to match barcode
numbers.
"I like it," Sutton said, smil-


at a Center for Strategic and
International Studies-spon-
sored event at the Washington
Hilton Hotel.
Because the Navy must capi-
talize on its ability to access,
filter, analyze and then dissemi-
nate information to warfighting
commanders for action in real
time, Roughead said, it's con-
solidating its intelligence direc-
torate, communications net-
works and related information
technology capabilities to form
a single new organization: the
deputy chief of naval operations
for information dominance.


ing. "I like what I'm doing and
I have lots of friends."
Holland said one goal of the
program is train students in a
real-life job situation so that
when the program ends, the
student's routine will be easy
to maintain.
"It's not just me, it's the
entire base and the communi-
ty of Key West." Holland said.
"I couldn't do it alone and the
base has been awesome in
their support."
The commissary, NEX,
Navy Lodge, Fleet and Family
Support Center, the RV Park
and other base facilities helped
Holland and the T.I.E.S. team
use the base as a classroom
and eventually move the stu-
dents to permanent positions
either on base or in the com-
munity, she said.
"When Ben walks into the
commissary, everyone says hi.
He's got his own friends there
and his own sense of self,"
Holland said. "We've watched
young people develop lives
here and have a reason to wake
up in the morning."
William Rainer, who gradu-
ated from the program in
June 2008, is a prime example,
Holland said. Rainer works in
the public defender's office
and also works landscape.
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for completion by year's end.
The Navy also is standing
up Fleet Cyber Command,
Roughead said, to be oper-
ated by the reconstituted U.S.
10th Fleet. The 10th Fleet was
involved in efforts to thwart
enemy submarines during
World War II. The Air Force
and Army also are standing
up organizations that focus on
information operations and
network security.
Fleet Cyber Command will
be a subordinate unit to U.S.
Cyber Command, the forma-


dren with disabilities have in
this town after high school,"
said Debra Rainer, William's
mother. "The program helped
amazingly. They worked on
things he needed to learn to
be out in public, like social
skills."


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MWR Update


Halloween party at
Navigator's tonight
Navigator's Bar and Grill on
Boca Chica Field will host a
Halloween party and fish fry
today from 5 p.m. closing.
Zack Seemiller will perform
and an award will be given for
the best costumes.
A fish fry with blackened,
grilled or fried grouper and all
the fixings is available for $11.
For more information, call
293-2468.

Columbus Day
MWR Closings
In observance of Columbus
Day Monday, MWR will be
operating on the following
hours:
* Closed -Administrative offic-
es, Child and Youth Program
facilities, Maintenance, Boca
Chica Marina Office and the
Landing Zone.
* ITT: 8 a.m. 1 p.m.
* Runway Grill: Noon 6 p.m.
* Fitness Center: 9 a.m. 5
p.m.
* Beach Patio normal hours
(grill closed, deli case open,
panini and pizza available).
* Trumbo Pool: 10 a.m. 5
p.m.
Other MWR facilities will open
for regular hours.

Sports awards
ceremony and lunch
A sports award ceremony is
set for 11 a.m. Wednesday at
the Boca Chica Fitness Center
(outdoors) to recognize the
outstanding athletes and
teams from NAS Key West and
its tenant commands.
Various awards will be pre-
sented to intramural teams
and Captain's Cup winners.
Lunch will be served to those
attending the event.
Call 293-2480 for more infor-
mation.

Book Fair at Child
Development Center
The Child Development
Center on Sigsbee Park will


host a Scholastic Book Fair
through Oct. 20. The fair will
have books appropriate for
toddlers as well as elemen-
tary students. Everyone is
welcome to browse and buy
books for their favorite chil-
dren!
The CDC is open from 6
a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday. For more information,
call 293-4498.

Children's Halloween
Festival
The 7th Annual Halloween
Festival for youngsters will be
4 6 p.m. Oct. 21 at the ITT
building on Sigsbee Park.
Children should bring a
pumpkin to decorate. There
will be games, refreshments,
face painting and lots of fun
for youngsters.
Open to all MWR-eligible
patrons. Children must be
accompanied by an adult.
This event ishostedby MWR's
ITT staffandsponsoredbyDade
Lodge Masons of Key West, Key
West Firefighters Local 1424,
Balfour Beatty Communities,
Publix, Albertson's and Winn
Dixie. Call 293-4173/4174 for
more information.

2nd Annual Wolf Walk
follows Halloween Fest
The 2nd Annual Wolf Walk,
where four-legged friends
dress up and take their own-
ers for a one-mile Halloween
walk, will be at 6:30 p.m. Oct.
21, leaving from ITT.
Awards, provided by
Pampered Pet, will be given
to the top three best-cos-
tumed teams. The Judge's
Choice award will be a collar
provided by Dog 30. Doggie
treat bags from Pampered
Pet and sample dog kib-
ble from American Dog
Outfitters will be given out to
the four-legged participants.
The event, hosted by the
Fitness Staff, is sponsored
by Pampered Pet, American
Dog Outfitters, and Dog 30,
all of KeyWest.
For more information and


to register, call 293-2480.
Sunset Lounge
televises football games
The Sunset Lounge will be
broadcasting the college and
professional football games
on Saturday, Sundays and
Monday.
Food will be served begin-
ning at 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays
and Sundays and 5 p.m. on
Monday until halftime of the
last game (limited menu).
Weekly events at the
Lounge:
* Tuesday 6:30 p.m. Zumba
* Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Karaoke
* Thursday 7 p.m. Line
Dancing

BBQ and football at
Beach Patio
The Beach Patio on Truman
Annex will host 6 p.m. barbe-
cues during the evening foot-
ball games on Sunday, Monday
and Thursday nights.
The games will be televised
on four large screens. Liberty
Program cardholders will get
free hot dogs/hamburgers.
Also new at the Beach Patio
is the Beachside Grill. The grill
is open from 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Monday-Friday; phone-inorders
canbe made by calling 293-5288.
The deli case has sandwiches
available after grill hours.
For more information on the
games, barbecue or Beachside
Grill, call 293-5282.

Runway Grill Lunch
Buffet menu
The lunch buffet at Runway
Grill on Boca Chica runs from
11 a.m. 1 p.m.
* Monday- Runway Grill open
from noon 6 p.m. No buffet
due to the holiday.
* Tuesday Baked ziti, Italian
vegetables and garlic bread.
* Wednesday Cuban pork,
red beans and rice, vegeta-
bles and corn bread.
* Thursday Salisbury steak
with gravy, mashed potatoes,
vegetables and dinner roll.
* Oct. 16 Grouper fingers,


potato wedges and cole slaw.
The specials are $6 and include
a fountain drink. Specials are
subject to availability. Healthy
alternatives fresh wraps and
salads also are available. Call
293-2116 for more information.

Liberty Programs

Liberty Program activities are
for single, unaccompanied
active duty personnel E-6 and
below.
* Select Saturdays
Volleyball/cookout Beach
Patio Recreation Center on
Truman Annex. Come out
and play volleyball and eat
some free food! It is always
a good time. We hope to see
you there. From 3 p.m. until
we can't see the volleyball!
* Sunday Snorkel Looe
Key. Snorkel or SCUBA on
the most popular snorkel-
ing and scuba destination
in America, Looe Key. This
is a two-dive/location trip.
Transportation is provided.
Cost is only $20, mask, snor-
kel and fins included.
* Monday Monday Night
Football at Beach Patio. The
New York Jets take on your
Miami Dolphins, so come out
and watch the game with us.
Festivities begin around 6 p.m.
* Oct. 17 Sunset Cruise,
Commotion on the Ocean.
Enjoy free food and drinks


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along with a live band from
Hogs Breath Saloon for only 3
$20. Oh, and watch the sun-
set while you're at it!
* Oct. 18 Boondocks Trip. TY
We will be traveling up to
Boondocks on Ramrod -
Key after departing ITT on o
Sigsbee Park at 5 p.m. Wings
are only 39 cents apiece and I
the first game of mini golf is <
on MWR Liberty!
* Oct. 22 Barracks Pizza
Social. Truman Annex Bldg.
1351, in the common area.
Grab a slice of pizza at Beach
Patio from 4 6 p.m.
For more information on
Liberty Programs, call Emma
Harlow at 293-2682 or e-mail
emma.harlow@navy.mil.


Fall Fitness

Boca Chica Gym

Monday
* 9 a.m. Stroller (Gilmore
Circle Sigsbee)
* 11 a.m. Power Pilates
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
* 5:30 p.m. Pump
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a Star
Tuesday
* 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
* 4:30 p.m. Step
* 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
Pool)

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MCMARR
Southernmost Flyer
D despite the cooler weather,
Oct. 2 was a sweaty morning
for some Sailors and civilians
at Naval Air Station KeyWest's Sigsbee
Park. Naval Branch Health Clinic,
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) and Navy Exchange (NEX)
hosted the 3rd Annual Runner's
Clinic and 5K Run/Walk.
The day started off with a 5K Run/
Walk at the NEX. AW2 (NAC/AW)
Enrique Davis finished first for males
at 17:12. Alyssa Washburn finished
first for females at 18:50.
Following the run, participants
went to different booths and stations
at the NEX which featured an Aetrex
I-step foot scan, a free gait analysis,
NEX coupons and fruit and nutrition
bar samples.
MWR Fitness Director Jill Lynch
said the clinic was mainly about help-
ing runners find the right shoes and
injury prevention.
"At the gym, we get a lot of com-
plaints about knee and shin prob-
lems," Lynch said. "Having the proper
shoes can alleviate all those issues."
MA2 (SW/AW) Natalie Shazer, at her
first runner's clinic and first race, said
she was glad she came to the event.
"It took forever for the first mile, but
after that it was good," she said, smil-
ing. "It was a good run, very fun."
But for Shazer, the big
attraction was the foot scan
and gait analysis.
"That was the main rea-
son I came," she said. "My
CFL [Command Fitness
Leader] told me I need to
make sure I'm in the right
shoes turns out, I'm not in
the right shoes."
After the gait analysis
Fa and foot scan, she said she
will now be better prepared
to buy the right shoes for
her step.


"Hopefully now it will be much bet-
ter for my feet," Shazer said, laugh-
ing.
"The gym's been more packed lately,
and we see a lot more injuries. Some
people who aren't used to working out
hadn't thought about the role shoes
play in preventing that," said Lynch.
Lynch said while shoes play a very
important role in running, there is
more to think about.
"Other important things are fitness
apparel," Lynch explained. "You need
good support, especially for a woman,
you need to make sure you wear light-
er colors in the summer, stay hydrat-
ed, and get good nutrition."
Other booths included represen-
tatives from New Balance, who raf-
fled off a pair of running shoes, and
Southernmost Runners Club mem-
bers were on hand to recruit runners.
"We encourage running in the
community and like to encourage
the military to get involved," said
Southernmost Runners Club News
Editor Don Nelson. "It's an important
part of life to be physically fit, and
running it the best way to do that."
The club is looking for more people,
even non-members, to participate in
community runs, which include most-
ly 5Ks and some half-marathons.
Nelson, who teaches a form and
speed workout Wednesdays in Key
West, said that while it can take new
runners some time to enjoy the sport,
the results are worth it.
"Start easy and run regularly,"
Nelson advises new runners. "Set
aside time daily to go outside and do
something. Stick to it and it will get
easier," he added.
Lynch also had words of encourage-
ment for those just starting out.
"Just get out there and get moving.
Run to the mailbox, then each day
push your goal a little further," she
said. "Just move."
For more information about the
Southernmost Runners club go to
www.southernmostrunners.com or
call Nelson at 304-0091.


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Sigsbee Park. Following the run, participants went to different booths and stations at the NEX which featured an Aetrex I-step foot scan, a free gait analysis, NEX
coupons and fruit and nutrition bar samples.


Southernmost Runners Club News Editor
Don Nelson talks to a runner.


Davis fills out a raffle ticket to win a free pair of New Balance run-
ning shoes.


NCC (SW/AW) Aaron Jackson and YNC (SW/AW)
Chad Guillory race for the finish line.


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6:30 p.m. Zumba (Sunset
SLounge)
r Wednesday
9 a.m. Stroller (Gilmore
SCircle, Sigsbee)
S* 11 a.m. Kickboxing
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
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c 7 p.m. Step
2 Thursday
4 11 a.m. Butts and Guts
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MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
1997 VW Jetta with 137,000 miles, good
condition, great Keys car, $3,000 OBO.
Call (850) 499-4370 or (305) 294-9809.
2004 Winnebago Adventurer 35U. Two
slide outs, great condition inside and
out, some staining on carpet/upholstery
- price reflects. Asking $59,000 or $550/
month. Call (678) 640-1142 or e-mail
saundrac9@gmail.com for details and
photos.
1993 Cadillac Sedan Deville runs great,
cold AC, 108,500 miles, maintenance
records, $1,750/OBO. Call Mel at (305)
745-2925 and leave a message.
2002 Honda Reflex. Not your aver-
age Key West scooter! 8,500 miles,
250cc, 60+ MPG, 75 MPH, cheap on
insurance. Many extras, including Givi
trunk, motorcycle jacket, Snell and DOT
approved helmet, new belt. Great condi-
tion! $2,500/OBO, located on Cudjoe
Key but will deliver to any Key. Call (361)
437-4831.
1966 Ford Mustang Coupe Project. New
firewall, floor pans and cowl installed.
New gas tank in box, includes 302/5.0
block, heads and intake, $1,500 OBO.
More than $3,000 invested. Call Chris at
(305) 731-3863.
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.
BOATS & ACCESSORIES
2007 20' Century 2001SV center con-
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with 90 hours, Garmin 545s color GPS,
Tigress 15' outriggers. NADA average is
$39,070, selling for $35,000. Boat is in
excellent condition and great for deep
sea fishing. Call (850) 499-4370 or (305)
294-9809.
2006 Sailfish 274, 92 engine hours, fish
finder, GPS, chart plotter, AM/FM radio,
fenders, Bimini top, flares, life vests, live
well. Everything works perfectly, with trail-
er, $12,000 OBO. Call (305) 282-1164.
1996 22' Angler Center Console T-Top
with 175 HP Evinrude and trailer. Color
GPS, depth finder, fish finder, dual bat-
teries, stainless propeller and CD stereo
system. Brand new tilt/trim and new
power pack, compression is excellent,
many extras. Asking $8,500. Call (305)
849-3800.
16' Lowe side console fishing boat.
Great running 40 HP outboard motor,
galvanized trailer in excellent condition,
new fish finder, two life jackets and fire
extinguisher, $2,300, call Brad at (305)
849-0733.
2003 19' Pro Sports center console,
Yamaha 115 4-stroke. Magic Tilt trailer,
new fish finder, new stereo, new battery,
engine and boat have 113 hours. Engine
and trailer recently serviced. $12,000,


* 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
Pool)
* 7 p.m. Line Dancing
(Sunset Lounge)
Friday
* 11 a.m. Step/Pump
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a Star
Saturday
* 10 a.m. Super Pump
* 10 a.m. Zumba (Youth
Center on Sigsbee)


Sigsbee Studio

The studio in the ITT Building


call Dave at 797-1214.
MISCELLANEOUS
Infant bath tub with sling and toys, crib
mobile, plays music and lights, bottle
drying rack and other baby items, Coca-
Cola full size bed set, twin purple satin
sheet set, all in great condition. Make an
offer on one or all. Call Amanda at (305)
509-7671.
Oak wall entertainment center in great
condition, four pieces, $500. Call (850)
499-4370 or (305) 294-9809.
Delta folding portable crib, great con-
dition, comes with thin mattress, $65
OBO. Call (727) 667 5347.
Baby items wanted stroller, crib, car
seat and bike with child seat or just a
child seat for a bike and girl toys for child
less than 1 year old. Call Dale at (305)
849-5962.
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.
ROOMMATE
Roommate to share 3/2 waterfront home
five minutes from Boca Chica. Bedroom
with private bath, central A/C, W/D, pool,
60" HDTV, dockage for small boat or Jet
Ski. Non-smoker, no pets, military pre-
ferred. $900 including utilities. Call (305)
849-0693. Available Nov. 1.
FOR RENT
4/2 Summerland Key MM 25 stilt home
on large fenced lot. Pool, W/D, com-
munity access to boat launch, available
Nov. 1. $2,000/month, F/L/S required.
Call Dan at (760) 540-0003.
3/2 Big Pine Key stilt home with boat
slip. Screened porch, W/D, central A/C,
Jacuzzi tub, private hot tub, storage,
small pet considered, quiet neighbor-
hood, non-smoking home. $2,100 F/US.
Call (305) 393-3913 or (305) 872-0082.
3/2 Cudjoe Key, MM 22.5 house. New
appliances, W/D, central A/C and
heat, wrap-around, screened porches,
on canal, storage. Available Oct. 1,
$1,875/month, $1,875 security depos-
it. Call Pam (305) 433-1036 or email
cbstangler@gmail.com for photos.
Rooms for rent, private entrance, for
clean, quiet person. No pets, no partying.
Military welcome (305) 394-2330.
SERVICES
Lisa Huber Pure Romance Consultant
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out why I've fallen in love with Pure
Romance. Host a party and earn free
gifts and a chance to win a $500 shop-
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7161. E-mail lisahuber@pureromance.
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is closed until renovations to
the building are complete. A
new fitness menu will be pub-
lished with studio classes after
it reopens.


Fitness Runs

* Biggest Losers Only 5K
Run/Walk Oct. 24 at Sunset
Lounge.
* Sunset Lounge Turkey Trot
Nov. 21 at 9 a.m.
* Navy Birthday Week Events
Monday- Oct. 16



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Licensed Child Development Home
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Melanie Sise at (305) 360-0188.
Want additional income? Learn to
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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
aprilspetsitting@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.


* Monday Columbus Day
Holiday Hours (9 a.m. 5
p.m.)
* Tuesday Beach Volleyball
on Truman 5 p.m.
* Wednesday Captain's Cup
Award Luncheon, Boca
Chica track, 11 a.m.
* Rivalry football, Sigsbee
football field at 6 p.m.
* Thursday Rivalry softball,
Sigsbee at 6 p.m.
* Friday Golf tournament
at Key West Golf Course, 11
a.m.


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


* 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.


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







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please check your ad
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THE FLORIDA KEYS
Educational Foundation
Investment Committee
will meet Thursday, Octo-
ber 15, 12:00 noon, at
Florida Keys Community
College, Board Room
A-105, 5901 College
Road, Key West. For in-
formation call
305-809-3299.



A&B LOBSTER HOUSE
is currently seeking back
of the house kitchen
managers. Applications
can be picked up at:
700 Front Street 11-4pm
305-294-5880
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
EOE Drug Free
Workplace


BABYSITTERS
NEEDED
Apply at
Sunshine Babysitting
www.sunshinebabysitting.com
Cheryl 305-522-6050.

CAPE AIR
Seeking Airport Station
Manager to oversee
EYW and RSW. 3-5
years Airling Manage-
ment experience pre-
ferred. Must possess the
ability to work with Op-
erational Management at
all levels and have excel-
lent verbal and written
communication skills. We
are also looking for Cross
Trained Station Agents. If
you have experience and
are looking to join a
faced paced, growing or-
ganization, please email
Kathy.Burnham@capeair.com
by October 12, 2009
CDL DRIVER NEEDED
For Upper, Middle, and
Lower Keys. Minimum 2
years experience & refer-
ences needed. Call
305-295-0909. SE Habla
Espanol.
COASTAL IMMEDIATE
RESORT GUIDES
Now hiring for Sales As-
sociate commission up to
20% bonus incentives.
Call 305-304-8702. To
range interview.

COOKS
Casa Marina and The
Reach Resort
Waldorf Astoria
Collection
Cook applicants must be
experienced with prep-
ping, line and grill duties.
Apply at HR office lo-
cated on the corner of
Alberta and Seminole
#715 Rear Monday-Fri-
day, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
M/F/D/V EOE
EXP. DENTAL ASST.
Drs. Slingbaum
3716 N.Roosevelt Blvd.
296-8665 Call / Come in
Monday or Tuesdays
Now Hiring Wait Staff
for a new restaurant.
Apply in person, Out of
the Blue, 1019 White St.
9am-5pm.


Licensed Community
Association Manager
for Key West location to
manage single property.
Must be able to pass
background check.
Please fax resume to
321-784-8350.

LOUIE'S BACKYARD
Has openings for
AM and PM Line Cooks.
Please apply in person at
700 Waddell.

The Galleon Resort
Is hiring p/t housekeep-
ers for Saturdays only.
Please apply in person
617 Front Street or call
305-296-7711 ext.1722

PTINSPECTOR
Will train, must have cell
phone, digital camera,
computer. Area to be
covered Key West to
Marathon. E-Mail
Resume to:
MTIOFSE@MSN.COM

RETAIL SALES
Full-time and part-time
retail sales $10.00/hr
plus commission
for busy downtown gift
store. Includes 2 weeks
paid vacation with
Medical & Dental benefits
available after eligibility
period.
Apply in person at
207 Simonton St.
8:00am to 4:30pm.
296-4557
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace

ROOFTOP CAFE
Looking for experienced
and friendly AM & PM
Servers and Bartenders
Please email resume to:
rooftopllc@bellsouth.net
email or fax resume
305-295-0882.

SALES ASSOCIATES
Fairvilla is looking for
self-motivated, depend-
able and creative Sales
People to work in a fun &
exciting atmosphere.
Seasonal help wanted
with possibility of F/T.
Various shifts available.
Must be 18 to apply Ap-
ply in person 520 Front
St. 305-292-0448.


F/T LEAD MTC
CARPENTER WANTED
at Historic Old Town Re-
sort. Electrical, pool and
HVAC skills a plus. Medi-
cal & paid vacation. Ap-
ply in person 323 White-
head St. Resume & Ap-
plication req.
SHIPWRECK
MUSEUM
STORYTELLER
Needed to portray 1850's
Wrecker at the Key West
Shipwreck Museum &
Conduct walking tour
Must be able to learn
Scripts and Speak to
Large groups. Interest in
History a strong plus!
$12/hr
(305)296-4557
207 Simonton St.
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace
SE BUSCAN
CHOFERES
CDL con experiencia Y
referencias para trabajo
de Cayo Largo A Cayo
Hueso. Llamar al
305-295-0826.

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.

WANTED PARTTIME:
A & B Marina is looking
for a part time assistant
Dock Master. Duties in-
clude dock maintenance,
fueling operations, assist-
ing with arriving and de-
parting vessels. Must
have clean record and be
able to pass drug/back-
ground check. Please
call for appointment.
(305) 294-2535. NO
WALK IN.


Maint./Housekeeping
Coordinator
FT position for person
with good communication
skills in fast paced vaca-
tion rental business.
Maint. & hskping. experi-
ence with mgmt abilities
& computer skills pre-
ferred. Call 294-0990 for
appt. or fax resume to
305-292-3723



WYLAND GALLERIES
102 DUVAL
looking for 1 professional
salesperson. We offer:
health benefits
*401 K
*Paid vacation
$500 sign on bonus
*Commissions up to 15%
Cash Spiff
Advancement
Opportunities
Come in and apply
mornings Ask for Andy
305-294-5240


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ADMINISTRATIVE/
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Opening & Lower Keys
small business. P/T, day-
time hours. Must be com-
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Criminal Justice Mental
Health Substance
Abuse Project Director
The Monroe County
Sheriff Office is looking
for a Criminal Justice
Mental Health Substance
Abuse Project Director.
A Master's Degree in a
behavioral health field;
extensive experience in
clinical and community
services, and experience
with the criminal justice
population preferred, 3-5
years in management ex-
perience. Selected appli-
cant will be responsible
for the overall implemen-
tation of the Criminal Jus-
tice Mental Health and
Substance Abuse Grant
Program. Applicant must
demonstrate excellent
communications skills,
problem solving and ana-
lytical skills. Interested
applicants must submit
their resume by October
13, 2009 to
dmoore @ keysso.net
EEO/AAP



Vacation Travel Club
TRAVEL, TRAVEL
TRAVEL!
Ever Dream of Working
in the Travel Field? Help
us book our clients all
over the world! Members
only Travel Club relo-
cated from Michigan to
Key Largo needs to hire
40 positions in different
departments. If you al-
ways wanted to work in
the travel field, this job is
for you! Receptionist,
Customer Service Repre-
sentative and Travel
Agent positions will go
fast. Computer and
phone experience a plus.
This is not a Telemarket-
ing position. Please call
now at 305-853-5800
M-F, 10am 5pm to set
up your interview.

PLEASE CONSIDER
adopting your next pet.
Local animal shelters
have many animals
including pure breeds -
awaiting forever homes.

POMERANIAN PUPPY
$250.393-7153


ROLEX (3)
To choose from.
305-293-1157.


1212 20th TERRACE
Sat., 10/10, 8am to 12pm

AUTOGRAPHS
Paul McCartney Guitar
appraised at $3,150 ask-
ing $400, also signed Ea-
gles Guitar appraised at
$2,700 asking $400.
Come with COA and ap-
praisal and others avail-
able. Call 305-294-7908.

ANDYWARHOL
2 Real Campbell Soup
Can from the foundation.
29 original post cards in
Warhols a post card book
from the foundation 1989
$10,000.
1-765-446-1567.
NORBERT'S ART
For sale metal sculpture
and paintings of local art-
ist. By appointment. call
Norbert 305-293-3612.

ELEGANT ESTATE
Large bedroom, private
bath, pool, water falls,
landscape gardens. $900
305-292-2157.
**PROFESSIONAL**
REDUCED!!!
large old town brand new
4BR superlux house.
Own queen size beroom
w/lg flat screen TV. Pvt
swimming pool. Share
with 1 other only $350pw
minimum 6 month lease.
305-896-4004
SAFE NEWTOWN
enclosed nice bedroom,
private bathroom, in
large elegant home,
Pool, $825. 292-2157.
NICE 2BR/1BA FURN
Apt. near Duval/beach.
No pets, drugs. $700
mo. + $300 dep. incl util
& cable. 305-432-8445.



ROOMS-- OLD TOWN
Singles $200 & up, Dou-
bles $260 and up. Pri-
vate entrance, private
bath, W/D, WiFi, no alco-
hol, no drugs. Sorry, no
pets. Four week mini-
mum. 305-293-9400


Clean Room for Rent
1900 block Flagler.
Shared bathroom &
kitchen. $600/mo., $200
security. Barry 305-923-
6711.
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.
FURNISHED ROOM
In Old Town. $175
weekly plus refundable
$400 dep.Cable, all util.
incl. Sorry no pets.
954-873-0275.
Lg., Cln. Quiet Nicely
Furn. New Town, fully
equip kitchen, W/D incl.,
A/C, OSP, $195/wk
415-508-2461
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
MIDTOWN ROOM
Furnished great condo,
clean, quiet complex.
Share 2/1, A/C, W/D, gay
male preferred. Utilities,
cable incl. $650 monthly.
Bruce 293-1850.



CLEAN FURN 1BR
Mobile home in quiet
neighborhood on Big
Pine. Incls most utils W/D
& Cable. Sorry no dogs.
$850mo or $210 per
week + sec. 849-3121

1/1 BIG PINE KEY
A/C, clean, quiet, 1
person. $700/mo. elec.&
water. inc. F/L/S. No
dogs. (305)849-1876



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


MIDTOWN CONDO
Quiet small complex
close to beach. 2/1, W/D,
D/W, A/C, OSP, cable
incl. Quiet person/couple.
Available mid-Oct. F/S.
$1,475 month. 304-2388
Bruce.
keywestrentalco.com

Las Salinas 3/2
W/D, pool on premises.
Available immediately.
$1750/mo.
Visit our website:
www.kevwestrentalcomDanv com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922



MID TOWN
EFFICIENCY
includes all utilities
$1000/mo F/L $500 dep.
(305)294-9036



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. FL/S, no
pets Joesi 305-942-6026


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Clean 2BR Old Town
Full kitchen, double
fridge w/ice, glass range,
tile floors, Hunter fans, 2
queen BRs, 3 TVs, 3
A/Cs. Sleeps 4, No
drugs, Sorry no pets.
$1,500/mo, lease
292-1551
MOVE IN SPECIAL
No Last month. No secu-
rity deposit. All utilities in-
cluded. Large pool, ideal
location. Great for a cou-
ple. $1,600 month
305-294-7840.






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



LISTINGS
2BR/2.5BA
Solana Village, Northside
Drive. Luxury living on
two firs., W/D, DW,
Cen/air, balcony, Ig. pool,
parking. F/L & 1/2 sec.
$1,600 month + util.
305-304-4211, 879-4277.
INTHE 900 BLOCK OF
DUVAL STREET
Large 2BR/2BA with bal-
cony. Some pets consid-
ered. Avail. now. $1,600/
mo. Includes sewer, gar-
bage & water. F/L/S &
refs. 304-3250
2BR/1BA DUPLEX
Big Coppitt on the water.
$1,250, F/S. Available
now. 954-629-1574.
SUGARLOAF
Large 3/2 Townhome.
Covered parking, security
system, large deck.
$1600..
Call 305-393-7838
3/1 SEIDENBERG
Great share, not fancy,
2nd floor. $1400/mo.+util.
1/1 COZY COTTAGE
2nd street, small,
charming, private.
$1000/mo.+ util
2/2 BAHAMA VILLAGE
Small but quaint
$1300/mo + util
Bruce, Broadway Realty
305-393-2276
QUAINT COTTAGE
In Old Town. Private,
quiet, $975 plus electric,
1 mo. sec 305-296-0404,
305-923-0344.


LARGE 3 BD APT.
Good Old Town neigh-
borhood, central A/C,
W/D, OSP $2,100/mo
Lease required.
305- 294-6995
Mon-Fri. 9am-4pm.
2/1 MIDTOWN
Pets ok, Ig yard, lots of
parking, W/D $1600/mo.
Available NOW!
Call 305-292-9803.
800 BLKWHITEHEAD
500 sf studio, renovated,
A/C, ceilings fans, no
pets. $1050/mo. Incl
sewer & garbage F/L/S.
Credit check. 304-0210
LARGE 1,000 SQ. FT.
duplex apt. 2bd/1bth,
new carpeting, walk-in
closet, freshly painted
throughout, window
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
$1,550/mo 305-587-3483
ON THE WATER
$950/Mo.
1BR/1BA apt, central
A/C, balcony, overlooking
the water, Big Coppitt
Key, $950, F/LS, plus
utilities. No dogs. Charles
Lee Cabana Realty, Inc.
294-6259.
1220 THIRD ST. UP
2BR/1BA, cathedral ceil-
ings, tile floors, large cov-
ered deck, fenced yard,
pet considered. $1,450/
mo. inc. trash & sewer;
$1,450 deposit.. Realtor
owner. 305- 304-2012.
KEYWEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.keywestrealty.com

2BR/1BA
Near Smathers
1st. floor. New appli-
ances, W/D hookup.
$1,450/mo. F/S/S

Efficiency w/sm. Loft
Old Town Area
Gated Compound
$950/mo. F/S/SB
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
CUTE CLEAN AND
PRIVATE
Patio w/garden,
1 br/1.5ba, wood floors,
French doors, OSP, w/d,
incl. all util $1200, F/L,
St. Island 797-5058,
293-8035


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

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

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

ALL UNITS AVAIL
NOW!!
We do not accept
sec. 8
(305)292-1230

1BR/1BA NEW TOWN
Remodel bathroom, w/d,
sm deck. Water, sewer,
garbage plus cable in-
cluded. $1300/mo, $800
sec. Call 296-8449, leave
msg.
$950/mo. 904 Truman
Ave. Front apt. 1BR, AC,
porch, shady yard, year
lease, Realty Exec. Dave
Lewis 305-304-8000
1BR/1BA OLD TOWN
Large deck, W/D. On the
upper quieter end on Du-
val St. Avail now.
$1250/mo. F/L/S & refs.
Some pets considered.
305-304-3250; 296-2341
1/1 ON OPEN WATER
Big Pine Key
Water and Cable in-
cluded. Avail now$1,200,
F/L/S. 954-432-3793,
954-559-3806.
814WHITEHEAD ST
500 sf studio, renovated,
A/C, ceilings fans, no
pets. $1050/mo. Incl
sewer & garbage F/L/S.
Credit check. 304-0210
3/2, POOL
Gulf side dock, wood
floors, large deck, w/d,
d/w, A/C, MM11 $2,400
incl. util. F/S only
305-849-0506.
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.
NICE 1BR OLDTOWN
W/D on premises,
nice back yard, F/S
$1,250/mo plus half elec.
Avli NOW 305-797-1561


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1 BEDROOM APT
6630 Maloney Ave. # 7C.
(305)745-1365 or
923-6053
1212 DUVAL ST.
1 BR/1BA $1,600 inc. all
utils. A/C, W/D, tile, ceil-
ing fans. OSP, pets OK!
923-9607 or 923-9534


LARGE STUDIO
w/private entrance, Ig.
yard. 1 block from US1.
$650 Utils. inc. 786-
419-1633 MM105 BS


A GREAT HOUSE!
Clean 3/2 Cudjoe Key
waterfront home MM23
Oceanside. Sleeps 6,
close to Key West and
Reef fishing. Visit
varrleur.com/doua/coates.htm
for pictures and rates.
Contractors welcome.
Military discount. Call
305-619-0088.

OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. 1 year lease
$3500/mo plus Utils.
305-797-4708.


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

OLD TOWN
1/1 second floor apt
In historic building
w/ small loft.. hared pool
Pets considered
Avail Mid-October
$1,250/ mo F/L/S

2/1 renovated duplex
Fenced yard. Pets con-
sidered. Avail November
$1,700/ mo F/L/S

MID TOWN
2/2 single family reno-
vated w/ private pool and
off street parking. Pets
considered. Avail Now
$2,200/ mo F/L/S

NEW TOWN
Spacious 3/2 condo
w/ shared pool, tennis
court across street from
Smather's Beach.
Avail Now.
$2,000/mo F/L/S

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB
2/1.5 townhouse. Pets
considered. Avail Now
$1,775/ mo F/L/S

2/2.5 House in Sanctuary
Private courtyard w/dip-
ping pool. Pets consid-


ered. Avail October
$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
Clean & Cozy 1 Br/1 Ba
$950/mo.& up, waterfront
cable incl. C/A/C,
laundry room. F/S
305-296-0294, 304-4311
DUCK AVE
1BR/1BA PLUS LOFT
W/D, Central A/C, Yard,
Pets ok. $1500/mo. +
utilities, F/L/S. Long
Term Lease.

2BR/2BA
W/D, Central A/C, Yard,
Pets ok. $1,800/mo. +
utilities, F/L/S. Long
Term Lease.

294-8146 305-304-3787
*****AMAZING*****
OCEAN VIEWS
** REDUCED**
only $1399 every 2
weeks K.W. 2br/3ba,
2,000sq.ft. large luxuri-
ous new home overlook-
ing the ocean. Probably 1
of the best addresses in
Key West. Concrete con-
struction 3 story house, 2
car garage all new S.S.
appl., granite counters,
private elevator
pool. 305-896-4004.
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.
Old Town Margaret St.
Large 2BR + 2BA
Granite + stainless kit.
Appl. incl, D/W + W/D
Pool + large deck
$2,400 mo. + util. + sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
"PETS"
Bring your owners to
where you want to live.
Huge privacy fenced
yard, 1/1 beautiful cot-
tage, vaulted ceilings, tile
firs, walk-in closets, W/D,
ceiling fans, track light-
ing, new appls, cabinets,
walk-in shower. Water,
elec, and sewer incl.
Terry 305-896-3833.


KEY HAVEN
3/2 large living area,
C/A/C, tile. $2200/mo
305-294-4200 ext 19.
C21 All Keys Rob Rey
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
UPPER SUGARLOAF
3/2 canal front, near
schools, 1300 sq.ft, Pets
Ok, $1850/mo Available
Immd. Call 305-295-7070
SEASIDE KEY WEST
2BR/3BA twn hm.
luxury at its best
porches, tropical plants
gourmet kitchen
appl incl. + W/D hookup
elevator + garage,
courtyard + pool + gym
$2,700 mo. + util. +sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155
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
4 BD/ 1 BA
Mobile home with Appli-
ances, A/C. Fenced
Yard. $1,200/mo. +
utilities F/S

4 BD/1BA
Mobile home with Appli-
ances, W&D, A/C, Large
Yard, Storage, Porch
$1,350/mo. + utilities F/S

2 BD/ 1 BA
Canal, Dock & Davits,
Lg. Walk-in Closet,
C/A/C, Storage & W/D.
$1,450/mo. + utilities F/S

3 BD/1.5 BA Stilt Home
Deck, Laundry Room,
C/A/C, Fenced Yard
w/Storage. $1,550/mo. +
Utilities

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

(305) 872-4144
SEASIDE KEYWEST
4BR/4BA twn hm.
luxury at its best
porches w/water view
gourmet kitchen
appl incl. + W/D hookup
elevator + garage,
courtyard + pool + gym
$3,800 mo. + util. +sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardner Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155


NEW TOWN
Extra large 4/3, w/pool.
$3000/mo.
Geiger Key
2/1.5 mobile home, brand
new flooring $1,400.
Dasha Ray
Conch Realty
305-292-8505
NEWLY RESTORED
HISTORICAL HOME
In Old Town, upper unit
for rent. 1BR, 1BA,
$1,700 mo. util. Call
703-298-2951 for more
information.
NEW 3BR/2.5BA
In Bay Point. W/D, large
decks, ocean view,
fenced yard, pets ok!
$1,800, F/L/S.
305-797-5302.
COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480

Unfurnished

KWGC Great House
3 BR / 2.5 BA avail 10/1
$2400/mo + utils w/pool

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
$1800 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

KWGC Bungalow
2BR /1 BA avail now
$1800 per mo + utils

Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480
Or 888-884-7368
www.compass-realty.com
HEART OF OLD TOWN
1BR/1BA Conch House
W/D, OSP $1,395 F/L/S
+ util. Call 305-740-0441
Mon-Fri. leave message
after 5pm
3BR/3BA GOLF CLUB
Exc. cond., 4 Ig. decks,
W/D, $2,150/mo. Avail.
now.Stephen Hammond
305-766-9919
Cudjoe & Summerland
2/2 & 3/2, canal
4 BD, 2 BA, pool
Marathon 3/2
Fla Keys Realty, Inc.
305-745-3717


ADDORABLE 3/2
CONCH HOUSE
Meadows area, fenced
yd, C/A/C, W/D, spiral
stairs to loft, all modern
conv., tile firs, OSP,
storm shutters, pets con-
sidered, F/L/S, $2,400/
mo. 305-293- 9719
3BR/3BA ON CANAL
Big Pine newer 2BR/2BA
house on canal with a
1 BR/1BA granny flat with
its own screened porch.
Together for $1,600/mo.
Very nice and clean. New
W/D, c/A/C, fenced back-
yard, storage and park-
ing. Pet friendly. Long
term tenant. F/L dep.
760-726-6611, 726-2620



YOUNG COUPLE
Interested in renting 2BR
or large 1BR house in
Key West. C/A/C, W/D.
305-394-0516.


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



WATERFRONT HOME
4BR/2.5BA heated pool,
OSP. Beautifully fur-
nished. $9,000/mo. 305-
797-6099. Owner is a Li-
censed. R.E. Broker.


3BR/3.5BA
Old Town home. Fur-
nished, heated pool,
OSP. Monthly $7,500.
305-797-4708.
460COffMMERCIA

1118 WHITE ST.
Shop space,
Great location
$1,000 plus util.
305-293-0208,
WAREHOUSE SPACE
Stock Island, 1250 sq. ft.,
roll-up door. $1000/mo.
Call Scott at 360-1251
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.

Professional, clean, and
affordable office space at
3426 Duck Avenue with
ample parking, dual en-
trances and storage.
1,171 SF. Perfect for
medical, accounting, le-
gal, real estate or any
professional use.

Outstanding retail or of-
fice space located di-
rectly behind Sarabeth's
Restaurant, steps away
from Duval Street at 529
Southard Street. 1,653
SF at an affordable rate
and term.
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155


COMMERCIAL
WAREHOUSE
ON STOCK ISLAND
1000sq.ft. Metal Build-
ing. $1000/mo
850 sq ft with office
space above. $950/mo
Call Steve
305-296-5555

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
PLUSH OFFICES
in 100 blk of Simonton,
only 4 left, most w/2
desks, some with com-
puters. Use of copier,
printers, conf. room,
kitchen. $500 to $800
+ST. Util incl. MUST
SEE! Call Norman @
305-304-0429
www.simontonrow.com
TRUMAN AVE OFFICE /
STOREFRONT
Approx. 800 sq ft. Long
term tenant desired.
$1,300 per month plus
utilities. Call Paul, Beach
Club Brokers, 305-
294-8433. Avail. now.

WAREHOUSE SPACE
Stock Island, 720 sf.
Metal bldg w/15 ft ceiling
& bay door & entry door.
$537.50/mo. Call Chris
305-797-5247


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3BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME
New kitchen cabinets,
D/W. Must sell. Make of-
fer. Stadium Lot #210
305-304-5063.
2/2 OWNER FINANCING
large kitchen, jacuzzi,
W/D, 840 s.f. tile, shaded
yard, shed, $35,000,
$800 lot rent & $500
owner. 305-879-0070.





Key West Waterfront
Central A/C, terrazzo
floors, metal roof, concert
seawall, 3/3 plus 1/1
$474,500
Short Sale 3/3
Luxury pool home.
Perfect for entertainment.
$749,000
Call Mila de Mier at
305-731-9731
Southernmost Realty
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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.

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292-9982 or 852-0830


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.


FOR SALE
CANDLE BUSINESS
Established 8 years or
sub-lease on 300 block
of Duval. 813-787-5291
LIQUOR LICENSES
AVAILABLE
Un-restricted 5-COP
licenses. Valid through-
out Monroe County.
Limited number offered.
Call for details.
Curtis Skomp, CCIM
Coldwell Banker
Commercial
292.7441- ofc.
Keywestcommercial.com
BUILD YOUR OWN
BUSINESS
Selling, maintaining, and
repairing the Mosquito
Magnet machine in your
area. Proven business
model used for 7 years in
the Caribbean, Training
provided. Contact Tom at
340-998-9154 or
tjm838 @starband.net


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.

1998 GMC 350, One ton
utility, very clean, runs
perfect, $4,275 OBO
Must see! 305-684-0886


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

TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

2009 New Sorento LX
-$2,500 Rebate
2009 New Sedona Van
-$2,000 Rebate

2009 New Optima LX
-$2,500 Rebate

2009 Kia Borrego
$3,000 Rebate
2009 New Rio LX
$1,500 Rebate
2010 Kia Forte
$15,890
2010 Kia Soul
0%, 36 months for
qualified buyers

10 year 100,000 mile
warranty. Prices include
all incentives.
Plus DOC fee, Tax &Tag

**Manager Specials**

1986 BMW Sedan
Auto, 4Dr $1,988

1996 Toyota Corolla
Auto, A/C, $2,488

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

**Front Line Specials**

2007 Toyota Camry
Auto, a/c. $299/month

2003 Chevy Tracker
Convertible, 5 speed, a/c.
$159/month

2006 Mazda Miata
Auto, a/c. $259/month


2007 Pontiac Grand
Prix
Auto, a/c. $259/month

2007 Chrysler PT
Cruiser
Auto, a/c. $199/month

2006 Chrysler PT
Cruiser
5 speed. a/c. $179/month

2005 BMW Z4 Conv.
Leather, auto, a/c.
$399/month

2006 Lexus IS250
Fully Loaded
$399/month

2008 KIA Optima
Auto/A/C
$289/month

2006 KIA Spectra
Auto/A/C
$169/month

2008 KIA Spectra
Auto/A/C
$229/month

2009 KIA Sorento
Auto/A/C
$319/month

2004 VW Beetle Conv.
Leather, automatic, a/c.
$289/month

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

2006 Honda Civic
4 door, 5 speed, a/c.
$269/month


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2008 Chevy Impala
Auto, a/c. $299/month

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

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

2008 Chevy Aveo
Hatchback, 5 speed, a/c.
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WE BUY CARS
Key West Auto Web
MM.10.5. 305-295-8858.
'98 Honda Accord LX
109K mi, white w/tan
leather interior, Sony
sound system, ice cold
air. Car fax report.
$4,400 747-8158
2006 Hyundai Sonata
GL 4 dr. A/C, pwr. steer-
ing, windows, locks,
cruise control. AM/FM/
CD, front & side air bags.
36K mi. $8,200 304-9531
89 M Benz 190E 2.6
white clean, runs good.
$1,444 OBO. 849-2300.


2004 Vitality scooters,
runs great, $600 ea.
305-304-1906


2002 Zuma Black with
new tires. $950. Looks
new. Candy 305-942-
9796


FISH & RACE
Engines Available
305-292-2291
Used Engines
200 Opti RH 25" $7,975
200 Opti LH 25" $7,975
225 Opti RH 25" $7,500
250 Opti RH 25" $10,250
250 Opti LH 25" $10,250
250XS RH 20" TM $11,900
300XS RH 25" FM $11,500
New Mercury Engines
300XS RH 25" FM $15,900
250 Opti RH 25" $13,532
250 Opti LH 25" $13,656
60 EFI 4S RH 20" $5,842
50 Garb 2S 20" $4,297
15Merc4S15" $2,273


8 Merc 4S 15" $1,796
6 Merc 4S 15" $1,536
5 Merc 4S 15" $1,342
4 Merc 4S 15" $1,166
3.5 Merc 4S 15" $891
3.5 Merc 4S 20" $908
2.5 Merc 4S 15" $788

New Honda Engines
150 Honda 4S 20" $12,255
115 Honda 4S 20" $8,495
50 Honda 4S 20" $5,232
20 Honda4S 15" $2,916
9.9 Honda 4S 15" $2,449
5 Honda 4S 15" $1,497
2 Honda 4S 15" $865
2 Honda 4S 20" $886
305-292-2291


1986, 15' Power Skiff
CC, 48hp Johnson,
trailer. $2,575 394-4616


MUST SELL
24' Center console
Offshore, 225 Johnson.
Excellent condition, over
sized t-top, bench seat,
electronics, $8,900.
305-304-1609.


27' Catalina Sailboat
9.9 motor, extra rigging.
$3,000 OBO. Adam
923-3301.



2005 CONTENTIAL
TRAILER
15,0001b capacility, triple
axle, 35' to 40' $3,000.
305-360-6262.


Southernmost Fyer 15


FOR RENT BOAT SLIP
Kings Point/Oceanside
Marina. #617, 40ft. Lease
or month to month. Live-
aboard ok. $700 mo.
Plus util. 305-766-2597.
GOTA HUGE BOAT?
Significantly reduced
prices on 80', 60', 50', 40'
deep water slips at
Oceanside Marina. Andy
Birrell 305/923-5753
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty
King's Pointe Marina
Dry slip top rack
enclosed. Avail now.
33'Lx 0'Wx14'H $450mo
Call John 305-360-1790


A BEAUTIFUL PLACE
TO
KEEP YOUR BOAT!
Dry rack and wet slip
boat storage available at
Sunset Marina
*24 Hour Security
*Convenience store on-
site
*Gas/Diesel
*Live Bait/Ice
*Fishing Supplies
*Snacks/Soda/Beer
296-7101
SUNSET MARINA
35' wet slip for sale
(owner finan. avail.) Non
liveaboard or rent. Call
for details 305-664-1040
or 587-3566 cell.


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grate the different information
Technology and communica-
tions elements "from exploi-
tation to defense," to achieve
ut unity of effort.
* Today's Navy requires "unin-
o hibited access to assured
N communication capabilities
in cyberspace" to operate,
SRoughead said. However, he
Added, ever-present online
saboteurs with various alle-
giances and intent make
cyberspace a daily battlefield.
People are key in cyberspace,
Roughead said, and that's why
the Navy is moving its informa-
tion technology, intelligence,
information warfare, ocean-
ography and space cadre spe-
cialists into a new Information
Dominance Corps.
Nownumbering about 44,000


civilians, the corps is slated to
add 1,000 trained technicians in
the near future, Roughead said.
Military members will retain
their current branches and skill
ratings, he added.
The consolidation of infor-
mation technology, communi-
cations, intelligence and other
assets moves away from the
Navy's tradition of stove-piped
organizations, Roughead said,
which "have really caused us
to sub-optimize our ability to
aggregate combat capability
and the movement of informa-
tion in ways that can maximize
the effectiveness of a fleet, of a
unit or of an individual."
Military officials have found
that new technology has miti-
gated concerns that battlefield
data collected by unmanned
aerial vehicles and other
methods in overseas combat
zones would be overwhelm-
ing to commanders, NavyVice


tor of naval intelligence, told
reporters at the Hilton after
Roughead's speech.
U.S. forces in Iraq and
Afghanistan, Dorsett said, have
successfully employed a series
of tools that "enabled opera-
tional commanders, down to
the brigade and, in several
cases, the battalion and that
type of level, to get large quan-
tities of information."
Another aspect of this tool
set, Dorsettcontinued, involves
systems that can rapidly "fuse,
synthesize and make sense of
this tremendous volume of
data" by overlaying or sorting
it according to the category of
intelligence, such as technical
- or human-based.
"That overlaying then pro-
vides clarity and leads to oper-
ations against adversaries,
insurgents, terrorists," Dorsett
said, noting the system has
been "very, very successful"


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