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Naval Air Station, Key West (Fla.)
Publisher: Key West Citizen
Place of Publication: Key West FL
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Publication Date: October 23, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Southernmost Flyer


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
(Oct. 10, 2009)
Blair Kaufman,
center, guides his
hot air balloon,
Sun Dagger, off the
ground at a sunrise
mass hot air balloon
ascension during
the Albuquerque
International Balloon
Fiesta. Inside
the gondola with
Kaufman is Cmdr.
Mike Badorf,
left, command-
ing officer of the
Los Angeles-class
attack submarine
USS Albuquerque
(SSN 706), and Lt.
Jemar Ballesteros,
also assigned to
Albuquerque.
U.S. Navy photo by
MC1 L.A. Shively


inside:
WATER: Every drop
counts ............. 3

PLAY BALL: Local CG
team shows up.......5

VOLUN-TOLD: Adding
power to security..... 8

TOP OF PAGE ONE: A
U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting
Falcon Aggressor flies over
the Joint Pacific Alaska
Range Complex during
Exercise Red Flag-Alaska
10-1 Oct. 8.


T e Combined Federal
Campaign kicked off the
2009 giving season with
key worker training Monday at
Trumbo Palms.
"It's a great morning to start
the campaign, it's chilly, but that
gets us energized," said Naval Air
Station Key West Commanding
Officer Capt. Steven Holmes
to the key workers. "This is an
important event and I'm thank-
ful that you are here."
Approximately 26 key workers
from NAS Key West, its tenants
and other commands, such as
Joint InteragencyTask Force South

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BY JAMES E. BROOKS
NAS Key West Public Affairs Officer

Navy carrier-based, jet fighter air-
craft will be conducting Field
Carrier Landing Practice (FCLP)
at NAS Key West's Boca Chica Field
Tuesday and Thursday.
"This type of training is required and
provides aviators with realistic carrier


ason of giving

and Coast Guard Sector Key West,
attended the training. The c Olass
teaches or refreshes the workers
on how to fill out the CFC donor
cards and answer questions about
the Catalog of Caring.
Key workers also gathered
materials to be distributed to
personnel in their command.
"This is important," said Ed
Kiess, Atlantic Coast CFC director.
"Youhave the opportunityto affect
the lives of hundreds of people.
Our donations change lives locally
and around the world."
Last year, NAS Key West
donors raised $52,621 for local
charities, as well as national and

see GIVING page 10


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Atlantic Coast Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Director Ed Kiess
counts out calendar cards for a key worker after training Monday at
Trumbo Palms. Kiess taught the training where volunteers learned about
the 2009 CFC Catalog of Caring and how to fill out donor cards.


BOOTS ON THE GROUND



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Contributed photo
HM1 (FMF) Kevin McGarry of Naval Branch Health
Clinic Key West's pharmacy poses for a photo while
patrolling with 2nd Battalion 3rd Marines in the Golestan
District, Farah Province, southern Afghanistan Aug. 15.
Moments after this picture was taken, his patrol cap-
tured a high value target, an improvised explosion device
(IED) maker and seized control of multiple IED materi-
als. McGarry's individual augmentee (IA) tour started in
March and he is due home in December.


landing practice," said Naval Air Station
Key West Commanding Officer Capt.
Steven Holmes. "It is high intensity for the
aviators, Sailors working the field and even
the local communities who will notice an
increase in noise and flight activity,"
Navy F/A-18 fighter jets from Strike
Fighter Squadron (VFA) 87 will be con-
ducting the training. This training is
required for all Navy and Marine Corps


aviators prior to actual landing practice
on at-sea aircraft carriers. The aviators are
scheduled to be training at sea early next
month.
"The air station reviewed all options
available to complete VFA-87's required
training before they head out to sea early
next month," said Holmes. "However,

see TRAINING page 3


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High intensity jet training scheduled next week







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This Week in

, Naval History


Oct. 23

1983 Terrorist bombing of
Marine barracks at Beirut
airport in Lebanon kills 241
members of the 24th Marine
Amphibious Unit.

Oct. 24

1962 Atlantic Fleet begins
quarantine operations to
force Soviet Union to agree
to remove ballistic missiles
and long range bombers from
Cuba.

Oct. 25

1812 USS United States (Capt.
Stephen Decatur) captures
HMS Macedonian.


Oct. 26

1963 USS Andrew Jackson
(SSBN 619) launches first
Polaris A-3 missile from a sub-
merged submarine, off Cape
Canaveral, Fla.

Oct. 27

1922 Navy League of the
United States sponsors first
annual celebration of Navy
Day to focus public attention
on the importance of the U.S.
Navy.

Oct. 28

1962 Navy SEAL (Sea, Air and
Land) teams established.

Oct. 29

1980 USS Parsons (DDG
33) rescues 110 Vietnamese
refugees 330 miles south of
Saigon.


A note from the School Liaison Officer...


Please be on the lookout
for the Federal Impact
Aid survey cards that
were distributed this week.
Important information to know
concerning the Federal Impact
Aid survey cards includes:
1. Those eligible for the
funding include school-age
children whose parents or
guardians are enlisted mili-
tary, DoD/federal employees,
or contractors.
2. The data received deter-
mines the amount of addi-
tional funding local schools
receive. Additional funding
cannot be allocated unless
the cards are completed and


returned.
3. The funding helps offset
the tax revenue lost due to the
tax exempt status of the fed-


NAS Key West
School Liaison
Officer
Suzanne
Bryant


eral property
located in the
school district.
4. It is
important to
note that the
personal data
a person sup-
plies on the
survey cards
is protected
under the


Privacy Law that is granted to
the school district.
5. An accurate count of the


number of military associated
children we serve will also sup-
port additional services for our
children and youth through
the School Liaison Program.
5. Don't forget to ask your
children for their cards. Please
be diligent and fill them out
and get them back to the
schools.
5. If they did not receive a
card this week, please contact
your child's school and ask for
a Federal Impact Aid survey
card.
Please contact me with ques-
tions or for more information:
293-2621, 393-6552, or e-mail
suzanne.bryant@navy.mil.


The restoration project takes time and work


store. Restore the
peace...restore the fin-
ish...restore the road...
restore an old car...restore
an ecosystem...restore your
computer configuration.
There seems to be no end
to the things we can restore.
Women even have facial res-
toration products, but I think
I'll leave that one alone lest I
find myself back at the begin-
ning of this article "restore
the peace."
To restore means "to repair,
renovate, or return to a former
condition." Whether it is a pot-
holed road, scratched furni-
ture, worn out engine, or a con-
fused computer, there is often
a desire to fix
CHAPLAIN'S that which
CORNER has suffered
damage. We
even use the
term "deface"
which means
"to mar the
NASKe West appearance
Command Chaplain of; to injure by
Lt. Cmdr. effacing signif-
D. C. Dowling icant details."
Sometimes
this is done intentionally and
sometimes unintentionally.
Walls are defaced, signs are
defaced and even Web sites
can be defaced. On a larger
scale, hurricanes can deface a
landscape for years.


The restorative process
requires different amounts
of time and work depend-
ing on the damage. Seeing
the potential in that which
has been damaged is the first
step to restoration. Then
hours, days, perhaps years
of reconditioning must take
place. In the end, there is
an attraction to a restored
car, home, or human life
and it is hard to imagine the
hard work of the restoration
process because we are so
enamored with the beauty of
the finished product.
How easy it is to find those
who have suffered bumps,
scratches and defacement
somewhere in a dark period of


their life. I walk the streets of
Key West and see them sleep-
ing next to their bikes. I've
counseled Sailors, Marines,
Airmen, Coast Guardsmen and
Soldiers as well as their fami-
lies and seen them. I faced my
own discouragement, loss and
hurt. What I see is a need for
restoration. Some need more
attention than others. Who
will do it? Who has the exper-
tise to restore the soul of men
and women?
Inthe darkhoursoflife, Psalm
23 sings out like a Nightingale
as David, the shepherd poet
extols the qualities of the great
Shepherd who, among other

see RESTORATION page 3


This Just In...


Veteran's Day parade
looking for entries

Key West's 2009 Veteran's Day
Parade is scheduled for Nov.
11 at 4 p.m. and will run down
Duval Street from United to
Eaton. Parade organizers are
looking for entries and the
deadline to apply is Oct. 30.
To apply, contactCoastGuard
Lt. Kristen Kistler at 292-8818,
731-3776, or e-mail kristen.
j.kistler@uscg.mil. Applicants
can also contact Coast Guard


Chief Warrant Officer Mark
King at 292-8791, 360-1993 or
mark.w.king@uscg.mil.

NAS Key West trick-or-
treating
NAS Key West housing will
conduct trick or treating on
Oct. 31. Due to the increased
traffic and people in town,
everyone is encouraged to be
very careful and exercise an
increased watch over all the
children.


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.









Training
continued from page 1


given the squadron's training
schedule, the schedule of the
Navy's Outlying Landing Field
(OLF) near Oceana, Va. where
most FCLP training takes
place, and the aircraft carrier's
at-sea schedule, NAS Key West
was needed to complete a por-
tion of the required training."
FCLP training is sched-
uled for Tuesday from 4:45-
5:15 p.m. and 7-7:30 p.m.
On Thursday, training is
scheduled from 4:45-5:15
p.m., 7-7:30 p.m., and 8:45-
9:15 p.m.
"The simulated carrier land-
ing practice conducted at NAS
Key West is mandatory training
for maintaining the proficiency
of aircrews," said Holmes. "To
be effective, night flight training
must occur in sufficient con-
ditions of darkness, which can
mean later hours given the time
of the year."


Field carrier landing practice
trains pilots for landings on air
craft carriers.

According to NAS Key West
Operations department, the
airfield has three runways
that are painted and lighted to
simulate the deck of an aircraft
carrier.
"Wind conditions dictate
what runway we use." said NAS
Key West Operations Officer
Cmdr. Kevin Coats. "Unlike
a carrier, we cannot turn our
runways into the wind. We
can give pilots a good day and
night simulation and provide
them a safe and effective train-
ing environment."
Residents in the neighbor-
hoods of Tamarac Park and Key
Haven will notice an increase
in jet noise during the FCLP
training periods.
"We try to get this infor-
mation out to everyone as
early as possible so residents
can plan accordingly," said
Holmes.


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Restoration
continued from page 2


things, "restores my soul." I
believe that we can be a part
of the restoration process in


people's lives, but it is God
who completes the work. He is
the one who sees the original
inner essence of a person that
was made in His very image.
That's why David writes, "He
restoreth my Soul."


Contemporary Christian
Worship continues each
Sunday at 10 a.m. at the
Truman Annex Chapel where
we will be looking at the
23rd Psalm for the next few
weeks.


ENERGY AWARENESS MONTH


Public Works and water conservation


Hometown: Fort Myers,
Fla.
Prior Duty Station: USS
Harry Truman (CVN-75)
Hobbies: Playing sports
Future Plans: Obtain a
bachelor's degree and pur-
sue an officer program.
Words of Wisdom: Never
allow your integrity to be
questioned.


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BY KEN HUDSON
Public Works Department UEM
Commodities Support

he Public Works
Department at Naval
Air Station Key West is
engaged in significant water
conservation efforts to assure
the station meets or exceeds
I Department of Defense water
reduction goals.
In the past month Public
Works crews have surveyed
all NAS Key West buildings,
counting the number of
SW) existing plumbing fixtures.
SW) This information will be used
ayner in the metering program
in the metering program


with Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority, the operator of
the station's water system.
Through greater levels of


metering PWD


will be better
able to iden-
tify facili-
ties where
high water
usage offers
opportuni-
ties for con-


servation, as well as identi-
fying locations in the water
system to check for leaks.
The second round of sur-
veys will soon be launched to
identify fixture age and type,
replacing inefficient fixtures


with water conserving fix-
tures. These efforts will lead to
reductions in station water use
and costs for years to come.
Other water conservation
projects are ongoing and yet
more are planned, but we
must all recognize that facil-
ity modification projects are
not the only way to conserve
water; we can all contribute
to the effort. You are the most
important water conservation
measure the base has here in
Key West. And it is important
that each of us do our part.
We are all stewards of water

see ENERGY page 4


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SEnergy
. continued from page 3


resources and we have the
Privilege of making a differ-
ence every day.
Here is why it matters to us,
in particular, at NAS KeyWest.
SSimply put, it is all about mis-
o sion. Our mission is to sup-
,4port the warfighter. Every
Dollar of wasted water comes
Cg out of the Navy budget and
Cannot be used to support the
warfighter. Money saved from
water conservation goes to
strengthening the warfighter.
The brothers, sisters, sons and
mothers we send into harm's
way are made stronger with
every leaking faucet we fix.
Here are some things we
can all do in our daily lives to
help:
Report dripping faucets
and toilet fixtures to your
Building Energy Monitor
(BEM) or housing manage-
ment representative.
Report leaks in the water
distribution system to the
Public Works Trouble Desk
at 293-2519 (during normal


working hours) or the quar-
terdeck at 293-2268 (after
hours).
* Don't use toilets as waste-
baskets or ashtrays. A wast-
ed flush is wasted water!
* Instead of running your fau-
cet until it gets cool, keep a
bottle of drinking water in
the refrigerator.
* Use low-flow shower heads
and faucets (contact your
BEM or housing manage-
ment representative for
assistance).
* Use your dishwasher and
washing machines only
when you have a full load.
* Do not needlessly water
lawns, and adhere to lawn
watering restrictions.
* Landscape with drought-
resistant plants.
* Use a broom, not a hose, to
clean driveways and side-
walks.
We should never forget, no
matter how much progress
is made, that we honor our
shipmates and strengthen our
country through vigilance and
good stewardship of water
resources on a continuous
basis.


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you to tell us what we can do
to improve our services. What
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How can we make NAS Key
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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


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Naval Branch Health Clinic Key West presents another Haunted
Hospital extravaganza! Get your thrills and chills at the clinic
tonight and Saturday from 7 p.m. midnight. The Haunted Hospital
is open to all active duty personnel, retirees, contractors, civilian
employees and their families. Local civilians are also welcome, but
must be accompanied by an appropriate sponsor. Admission will be
by donation. There will be refreshments available. The spooky staff
at the clinic hopes to scare, oops, see, you all there!


Contributed photo by Rob O'Neal
Key West Coast Guardsmen joined forces to help set up the
Haunted Fort at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park at Truman Annex Oct.
8. The family-friendly celebration features ghostly helpers guiding
visitors through a maze constructed in the fort's casemates where
they're guaranteed to encounter things that go bump in the night.
The Haunted Fort is open from 7:30 11 p.m. until Oct. 30.




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Local Coast Guard team shows at regional softball tournament


BY ENS. KATE MURRAY
USCGC Mohawk (WMEC-913) Assistant
Navigator

D irty mitts, grass-

stained T-shirts and
dusty cleats ah, the
smell of little league. The vigor,
the competition, the cheering
fans and the sunshine blazing
down...
It wasn't a kiddie tour-
nament. In fact, over the
Columbus Day weekend,
fully grown men and women
from the U.S. Coast Guard
Cutter Mohawk out of Key
West rekindled their past
by competing in the 2nd
Annual Regional Admiral's
Cup Softball Tournament in
Cooper City, Fla. Best of all,
the team, complete with 14
crewmembers, not only met
expectations, but exceeded
them with only three days of
practice as they competed
against fellow Coast Guard
men and women.
After returning from a two-
month deployment, the team
came back, regained their
footwork on land and dusted
off the cobwebs of their old
mitts and bats. Practices con-
centrated on the techniques of
hitting a slow pitch as opposed
to a 65-90 mph fastball.
Some had to hide their
egos.
"It's a lot different catch-
ing and hitting a slow pitch,"
Seaman Chloe Hicks com-

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fast-pitch and I've never had
more than a split second to
make a decision of whether or
not I was going to hit the pitch.
Everything that I was taught
for technique had to be forgot-
ten. To be honest, I missed the
ball quite a few times the first
practice we had. Eventually, I
got a hang of it."
Needless to say, many mem-
bers of the closely-knit crew
whiffed a few balls.
Despite this, the team
delivered a performance that
would make many profession-
al teams look like a bore. After
an exhausting triple-header
on Friday, the team finished
the day with a 1-2 record, los-
ing to a combined team rep-
resenting CGC Diamondback,
CGC Dolphin and Station Fort
Myers.
By Saturday, the team was
determined to battle back.
With football-esque scores in
the opening game, Mohawk's
crew put Communications
Station Miami to shame with
an 18-3 victory. Following that,
Mohawk needed just one more
coveted victory against Station


Fort Lauderdale to land a top
spot in the semifinals.
After losing a 9-2 initial lead
inadisastrous5thinning, many
fans were on the edge of their
seats and the game appeared
to be a toss-up. Following a
scoreless 6th inning, the top
of the 7th had Station Fort
Lauderdale up 11-9.
It was crunch time for
Mohawk. Luckily, the bats kept
moving and both Petty Officer
2nd Class Ryan Andzelik and
Fireman Dustin Wise deliv-
ered much-needed singles.
Helping out his shipmates,
Seaman Michael Cline fol-
lowed through by hitting an
impressive triple that tied the
ball game. Finally, in superb
timing, Petty Officer 2nd Class
Eric Mobiglia knocked in the
winning run with a base hit,
clinching the win.
Although the team lost in
the semifinals, the weekend
was a great success, bring-
ing together a wide array of
Coast Guardsmen for some
friendly competition. The
team received 3rd place over-
all and Petty Officer 2nd Class
Brad Wolf was honored with


U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk's softball players took third place
in the 2nd Annual Regional Admiral's Cup Softball Tournament in
Cooper City, Fla., over the Columbus Day weekend.


the Defensive Player of the
Tournament award.
Although Mohawk's crew
helps protect American bor-


ders and seas by day, over
Columbus Day weekend, the
only thing they were protect-
ing was home plate.


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MWR Update


Vet Clinic Nov. 3 5

The veterinarian clinic is
scheduled for Nov. 3 5 at
the clinic, located in Bldg. V-
932 on Felton Road on Sigsbee
Park (across from elementary
school).
The hours on Nov. 3 and 4
will be 9 11:30 a.m. and 1 -
3:30 p.m. On Nov. 5, the hours
will be 8 a.m. noon.
The clinic is first-come, first-
served. For information, call
293-4191. The vet re-sale clinic
is 4 6 p.m. on Thursdays at
the clinic (except for when the
vet is visiting).

Sunset hosts rugby social,
broadcasts UFC 104
The Sunset Lounge will host
a social on Saturday following
the rugby match between the
NAS Flying Conchs and Key
West RFC. The match is set for
7:30 p.m. at the Sigsbee ball
field.
At 10 p.m., the Lounge will
broadcast UFC 104. For more
information, call 293-4435.

2nd Annual Holiday
Card competition
Brighten this year's tree light-
ing festivities with a special
holiday card, and earn recre-
ation funds for a holiday party,
by participating in the 2nd
Annual Holiday Card competi-
tion sponsored by MWR.
The competition is open to
all departments and tenant
commands of NAS Key West,
with the top prize of $300


awarded to the first-place win-
ner's recreation fund. Second
place is $200 and third place
is $100. The funds may used
toward a holiday party or com-
mand/department function at
an MWR facility.
The 4-by-8 foot plywood
sheets will be provided by
MWR; all decorations are the
responsibility of the competi-
tor. Plywood pick-up will be
from Nov. 1-6 and the cards
must be turned in by Dec. 1.
Winners will be announced at
the Annual NAS Key West Tree
Lighting on Dec. 3.
For more information or to
register, contact Jolene Scholl
at 293-2503 or e-mail jolene.
scholl@navy.mil

Runway Grill Lunch
Buffet menu
The lunch buffet at Runway
Grill on Boca Chica Field runs
from 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
* Monday Sweet & sour
chicken, fried rice and stir-
fried vegetables.
* Tuesday Cheese ravioli
and meat sauce, Italian veg-
etables, garlic bread.
* Wednesday Taco and bur-
rito bar.
* Thursday BBQ chicken
sandwich, scalloped pota-
toes and vegetables.
* Oct. 30 Fish sandwich,
potato salad 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 informa-
tion.

Liberty Program

* Nov. 6 Denver Nuggets
vs. Miami Heat at 7:30 pm.
Ticket cost: $35 for Liberty
and $70 for non-Liberty.
Section 104, Row 25, Seats 1


10. Contact Emma Harlow informati
at 293-2682 to reserve your mail emrr
tickets now!
* Nov. 22 Ford 400 Trumbo
Championship Weekend,
NASCAR Sprint Cup at change
the Homestead Miami Trumbo
Speedway. Cost for Liberty: permanei
$50 andcostfornon-Liberty: the pool
$75. Section 237, Row 9 and Mondays
10, Seats 11 20 and 9 18. er, the po
There are 20 tickets avail- holidays.
able. are 10 a.r
Liberty on Facebook! "Liberty and Thur
Key West" Check out upcom- pool is op
ing events, pictures from past Sundays.
events and get in contact with
other Liberty members sta-
tioned here in Key West. Fall F
Liberty (single or unaccom-
paniedE-6andbelow) wantsto Boca C]
celebrate your birthday! Come
in and show your ID on your Mondays
birthday month and receive 9 a.m.
$10 toward any MWR Single Circle -
Sailor Liberty Trip. For more 11 a.m.


on call 293-2682 or e-
ia.harlow@navy.mil.

SPool hours


pool will be closed
itly on Wednesdays;
also is closed on
for cleaning, howev-
)l is open on Monday
Normal pool hours
n. 5 p.m., Tuesday
sday Saturday. The
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- Stroller (Gilmore
Sigsbee)
- 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 o
Pool)
* 6:30 p.m. Zumba (Sunset C
Lounge)
Wednesday
* 9 a.m. Stroller (Gilmore o
Circle, Sigsbee)
* 11 a.m. Kickboxing
* 4:30 p.m. Yoga Fit
* 5:30 p.m. Pump

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True Life:


BY MC3 MICHAEL MCNABB
SSouthernmost Flyer

LE ow can I get out of this," was the first
-" thought that came to mind when my
uD chief "volun-told" me to take part in the
4 Auxiliary Security Force (ASF) Academy.
Naval Air Station Key West recently reintroduced
SASF to the base. ASF is primarily used for extra
Swatch-standers that can also be called up at the dis-
cretion of the commanding officer when extra secu-
rity is needed. To become a qualified ASF member
participants must complete a two-week class.
After giving several half-hearted reasons of why
I shouldn't participate, I came to the grim conclu-
sion that there was no way out of it. Don't get me
wrong, I love being in the Navy and usually I am all
for extra duties and helping the mission any way
I can, but something about the pressure of being
responsible for an entire base's security made me a
little nervous.
Vivid memories of watching ASF classes at my
previous duty station, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-
72), performing rigorous training in the hangar bay,
began to flood my thoughts. But then it hit me like
a ton of bricks, "DOES THIS MEAN I HAVE TO GET
OC SPRAYED!?"
I started thinking about all the times I laughed at
the poor Sailors enduring the painful oleoresin cap-
sicum (OC) pepper spray and then being forced to
run through stations and perform the training they
learned from the class. Seriously, I've seen grown
men cry like babies from this stuff.
Scared about the thought of being OC sprayed
and upset that my daily routine was being changed;
I hesitantly went to my first day of class. As I walked
in the class, I quickly noticed an old friend from the
Lincoln, HM2 (SW/AW) Ryan Anderson, who was
stationed here around the same time I was. I took a
seat next to him and we started catching up on old
times. I was surprised to find out that he actually
volunteered to be in the class. I would later find out
that he was the only one of my 11 classmates that
did so.
Anderson was sent to security temporarily while
on the ship, so he had knowledge of what I could
expect from the class, but all I
could think to ask him was, "How
much is the OC spray going to
suck?" He chuckled at the thought
and told me point blank, "a lot."
Needless to say, that was not the
answer I was looking for.
Not long after hearing that grim
news, class started and I was able
to push the inevitable OC spray to
the back of my mind. MAC (SW/AW) Felix Rivera
and MA2 Ramon Laureano introduced themselves
as the instructors for the class and gave us a quick
run-down of the course curriculum.


How I survived ASF


U.S. Navy photos by MC2 Rachel McMarr
MC3 Michael McNabb swings his baton at MA2 (EXW) Jacob 'Red Man' Burks in the last station of obstacles
after getting sprayed with oleoresin capsicum (OC) pepper spray Oct. 14 during the Auxiliary Security Force (ASF)
Academy. Naval Air Station Key West recently reintroduced ASF to the base and McNabb was part of the most
recent graduating class.


Handcuffing procedures, unarmed self defense,
pressure points and small arms training were a few
topics that really sparked an interest in me.
"Dang, maybe this class isn't going to be that
bad," I thought to myself.
Next we went over some PowerPoint lessons. I
didn't think anyone could make me enjoy getting a
PowerPoint lecture, but whether it was because of
the enthusiastic teaching styles of the instructors,
who clearly knew their stuff, or the interesting top-
ics that were taught, I was gripped.
For a moment I almost forgot that
I was forced to be there and actu-
ally felt like I was glad to be a part
of this.
After an early morning PT ses-
sion the next day, we learned hand-
S cuffing techniques. Being some-
what shy around new people it
took me a little while to get used
to being loud and assertive to the "bad guy" that I
was cuffing. After I got over my initial fear of looking
stupid, I really got into it and was able to enjoy the
hands-on learning.


"Now this is how you learn," I thought.
The following daywe were partnered up in groups
of two and were instructed on how to use pressure
points to lift, drop and stun our unfortunate part-
ners. I was partnered with my old pal Anderson,
who informed me he had a low threshold for pain.
When performing the maneuvers I couldn't resist
giving him a little extra after he told me that. Soon
after, it was time for his revenge and I began to
rethink my previous notion that hands-on training
was the way to go.
Over the next few days we performed takedowns,
strikes and much more. Boy, was the time flying. As
we left class Friday for the holiday weekend (thank
you Mr. Columbus) we were told to meet at the
gun range Tuesday at 4:30 a.m. so we could get our
small arms training and certification. I started to
feel pretty excited; this was the first time I would get
to shoot a gun since boot camp, five years ago. And
then it happened.
Laureano proceeded to inform us that we would
be performing our OC spray course Wednesday.
"Way to ruin a perfectly good holiday weekend,
MA2," I thought.






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MA Joshua Datka sprays EN2 Michael Vonschondorf.

MAI Joshua Datka sprays EN2 Michael Vonschondorf. w


A03 (AW) Eric Dancer performs a rear strike during a fight-through drill after being sprayed.


NAS Key West Executive Officer Cmdr. Michael Giardino and NAS Security Officer Lt. Cmdr. Steven James, left,
and MA2 Ramon Laureano and MAC (SW/AW) Felix Rivera, right, stand beside NAS' most recent class of ASF
graduates.


Now instead of getting to enjoy the time off and
clear my mind I was forced to confront the fact that
in a few short days I was going to be in serious pain.
I got through the weekend the best I could and
came in early on Tuesday. The small arms course
was great. All the gunner's mates were really helpful
and took special care to make sure we understood
what we were doing. Even a small arms novice like
myself was able to do pretty well. Then the day was
over and all the excitement left because now all that
was left was the dang OC spray.
The next morning I woke up well before my
alarm clock and made my way to the softball field


on Boca Chica Field, where the OC course was
being held. Anderson was the first to go, and to
my surprise he made it through with no problems.
A few more people went and made it through the
course somewhat easily and that's when I decided
to get it over with and go.
I was instructed to turn my back to the person
spraying me, then I was told what was going to
happen, as if I didn't already know. Here it was, the
moment of truth.
"Turn around and keep your eyes and mouth
closed."
I did so and immediately felt OC spray hit my


IFV.



U.S. Navy photos by MC2 Rachel McMarr
HM3 Anthony Gervasi performs a knee strike during
one of the fight-through drills.



face. I opened my eyes and began to perform the
course.
"This isn't so bad," I thought. I went through
the course with a semi-intense burning sensa-
tion on my face and in my eyes, but it was man-
ageable.
After completing the course I was instructed
to wash off my face and that's when it hit me.
The intense burn that followed was something
someone would have to experience to believe.
If someone told me my face had burnt off to the
bone I probably would have believed them, but
after 30 minutes of pain, it was over. I had done
it. I conquered my fears and a new man had
been born.
The following days involved test taking and a
graduation ceremony where we were given our
own OC spray. Don't worry; I wouldn't use it unless
I absolutely had to, now that I know what it can
do. We were reminded of how important our job
was and how the base's security depended on us.
The funny thing is when I started the course that
is exactly what frightened me but now I kind of like
the idea.










SMWR Update
f continued from page 7


S7 p.m. Step
SThursdays
11 a.m. Butts and Guts
4:30 p.m. Step
*vl 5 p.m. Aqua Fit (Trumbo
SPool)
2* 7 p.m. Line Dancing
4 (Sunset Lounge)
? Friday
* 11 a.m. Step/Pump
* 6:30 p.m. Dance Like a
o Star
Saturday
10 a.m. Super Pump
10 a.m. Zumba (Youth
Center on Sigsbee)


Sigsbee Studio

The studio in the ITT Building
is closed until renovations to
the building are complete. A


MOTOR VEHICLES/RVs
2005 40' Recreation by Design Travel
Trailer. 2/2, queen in master, bunk beds
in second, three slide outs, central A/C,
$19,995 OBO. Call Justin at (305) 587-
0918.
2003Toyota Camry LE four-door sedan,
83,000 miles, gray, moon roof, cruise
control, power steering/windows/locks.
Excellent body and mechanical condi-
tion, asking $6,700. Call Jeff at 293-2408
or 296-3281.
2005 GSXR-750, blue/white with 3,000
miles. Mint condition, has extras, selling
for $5,000. Call Kevin at (843) 325-3136.
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.
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
16' Lowe side-console fishing boat, 40
HP Johnson outboard motor, galvanized
trailer, new fish finder, life jackets and fire
extinguisher, $2,300. Call Brad at (305)
849-0733.
1998 24' Cobia Sport Deck 259, 250
HP Mercury, GPS, CD player, Bimini top,
cover, seats 11 comfortably, versatile
family boat or party boat, with trailer,
$12,000. Call (305) 587-0535.
1998 Regal 1900 LSR, new starter, igni-
tion and Bimini top, some cushion fabric
needs repair. Runs good, NADA low
value, $6,020, asking $3,000. Call Lucy


new fitness menu will be pub-
lished with studio classes after
it reopens!


Fitness Runs:

* Biggest Losers Only 5K Run/
Walk Saturday at Sunset
Lounge.
* Sunset Lounge Turkey Trot
Nov. 21 at 9 a.m.


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.


at (305) 304-5314 or lusil9@yahoo.it.
2007 20' Century 2001SV center con-
sole boat. 150 HP 2-stroke Yamaha
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
trailer, $12,000 OBO. Call (305) 282-
1164.
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,
call Dave at 797-1214.
MISCELLANEOUS
Looking for donated old uniform items
to be used on a Fantasy Fest float. Want
to clean out your closet? Call (305)
522-4182.
Infant digital thermometer, bath tub,
two crib mobiles, play mat, new pic-
ture frame, bottle dry rack, huge stuffed
Winnie the Pooh, toddler girl toys, stroll-
er, cash register, Disney camera photo
book, Disney movies and lots of princess
bedroom decor and furniture. Cheap
prices or make an offer, need to make
room. Call Amanda at (305) 509-7671.
Baby items for sale, Kolcraft Sesame
Street baby walker, $40, Fisher Price
Rainforest baby bouncer, $50, Eddie
Bauer stroller/carseat, $50, Graco moni-
tor, $30. Call Carl at (228) 324-2405.
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-


Giving
continued from page 1


international charities. This
year's goal is $53,147.
"We raised more money last
year than ever in the past,"
said Kiess. "When times are the
hardest, the federal community
responds the best. Thank you
for that."
This year, Tri-County CFC,
our local area, merged with the
Treasure Coast CFC to become
the Atlantic Coast CFC. The new
area, which spreads from Vero
Beach down to Key West, is the
largest CFC area in Florida.
"This means that because
there are more donors, more
money can go to the designated
charity and the CFC can reduce
overhead," Kiess said.
And that money, Kiess said, is
greatly needed.



NAS Classifieds

edition, 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 preferred. $900 including utilities.
Call (305) 849-0693. Available Nov. 1.
FOR RENT
2/1 MM17 on canal with dock. House
needs work and will negotiate a lower
rent in exchange for some carpentry. Call
Ray at (508) 400-5868.
2/1 Ramrod Key MM 27, fenced yard,
20 minutes from Key West, carport, W/
D, pets welcome with pet fee, swim-
ming hole, boat launch, available Nov. 1,
$1,100/month, $2,200 moves you in. Call
Randall at (903) 624-1251.
3/1 with pool, fence, double car garage,
six-month lease minimum, $2,500. Call
(941) 266-1078.
2/1 with spacious rooms, central A/C,
W/D, OSP, $1,600 F/L, $1,000 security,
1-year lease. Call (305) 797-0621.
2/1 luxury Truman Annex Shipyard
condo, available Dec. 1. Large balcony,
W/D, parking, gated community, 24-
hour security and pool. Military pre-
ferred, call (305) 292-1881 or e-mail
rentals@ compass-realty.com.
Studio apartment, MM 17, on the water
and private parking, $600/month. Call
Ray at (508) 400-5868.
4/2 Summerland Key MM 25 stilt home
on large fenced lot. Pool, W/D, com-


"The needs in the commu-
nity today are greater than ever
in the past," he added.
Wesley House Chief Executive
Officer Doug Blomberg said
another important aspect of
donations is that money raised
in the Keys stays in the Keys,
and for some non-profits, a $1
donation can be turned into as
much as $16 when matched by
state and federal agencies.
"The government wants to see
that the local community is will-
ing to pitch in," Blomberg added.
Other local charities that
donors can contribute to
include: Boys & Girls Clubs of
the Keys Area, NAS Key West
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Child and Youth Programs,
Key West Helpline, Monroe
Association for reMARCable
Citizens, United Way of the
Florida Keys and Wesley House
Family Services.


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.
SERVICES
Seamstress at your service. All mili-
tary uniforms done to specs, hemming
and minor alterations. Same-day ser-
vice available. Call Lauran at (239) 938-
6854.
Shaklee Increase your income and
reduce your taxes while working on
your own terms. Join the team of a
fast-growing company. Call Cedric
Jefferson at (808) 285-3507, email at
Jefferson@2005.usna.com or visit www.
shaklee.net/cedrease to learn more.
5LINX Save and make money with a
network marketing company focused on
technology. Call Cedric Jefferson at (808)
285-3507, e-mail at Jefferson@2005.
usna.com or visit www.shaklee.net/
cedrease to learn more.
Earn income and stay at home with your
kids by helping others live healthier and
more independent lives. Go to www.pro-
jectmahma.com to find out more.
Lisa Huber Pure Romance Consultant
#22557. Find out why I've fallen
in love with Pure Romance. Host a
party and earn free gifts and a chance
to win a $500 shopping spree. Call
296-7605 or (843) 325-7161. E-mail
lisahuber@pureromance.com. Shop
from home at lisahuber.pureromance.
com.
Babysitter wanted for 2-year-old and 7-
month-old for occasional nights out. Call
Amanda (727) 667-5347.


"Every single charity is worthy
of being considered, they've all
been reviewed and they've met
very specific criteria," said Kiess.
The CFC was founded in
the 1960s as the only autho-
rized fund-raising event in fed-
eral workplaces. It was begun
so that donors would only be
solicited once in the workplace
and would be able to donate
through payroll deduction.
This year's campaign is sched-
uled to end Nov. 6.
The NAS Key West CFC orga-
nizers this year are ACC (AW/
SW) Sean Chavis andACC (AW)
Duane Daugherty.
Chavis said there will be a
fundraising car wash at theVFW
Wednesday. There will also be
a cookout at the Chief's Mess
parkinglot Nov.4.
For more information, talk to
your command's CFC key work-
er or call Chavis at 293-2328.


Licensed Child Development Home
with availability. Open spots for lov-
ing, fun environment for children. Call
Melanie Sise at (305) 360-0188.
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.
Free health coaching offered. Support
group meeting each Monday at 7 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.
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.
Florida state-commissioned notary
available seven days a week for all
your notary needs. Please call Shanna
Christensen at (305) 879-7757.
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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I AM AN
EXPERIENCED
BABYSITTER
Looking for FT/PT job as
a nanny. Certified for In-
fant/Child care CPR &
First aid. 8 yrs. exp. with
newborns 12 yrs. Old.
For more info, call:
305-731-3545. Zaneta


Personal Assistant
Former Business Owner
& Creative Persona
seeking a facilitating
Position to a busy Execu-
tive or likeminded Individ-
ual. For Resume &
References, e-mail:
larrv.sDurlockl @verizon.net


AIRPORT SECURITY
TECHNICIAN
Applicant must have a
High School diploma or
equivalent, valid drivers
license and good com-
munications skills. Job
duties to include: enforce
parking rules, patrolling
airport complex, and en-
sures safety of individu-
als. Applicants can con-
tact Charles Slebodnick
at the Monroe County
Sheriffs Office at
305-292-7044 or apply
on line at
www.keysso.net or fax
to (305) 292-7159.
EEO/AAP
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
EXPERIENCED LINE
cook for family style
restaurant, must be
dependable & clean.
Call 732-425-8122/apply
in person at Sugarloaf
Lodge, rocknbluesl @msn.com


Nursing Instructor
at Florida Keys Commu-
nity College, Key West
Campus. Full-time 10
month, Faculty position
requires BSN, MSN pre-
ferred. Teaching and
clinical experience a
plus. Position begins
Spring Term, January
2010. Exceptional oppor-
tunity to work in a profes-
sional environment with
faculty, staff and stu-
dents. Great benefits
package. Application/in-
formation available at
www.fkcc.edu or call
(305) 809-3118. EOE
M/F/D/V
BABYSITTERS
NEEDED
Apply at
Sunshine Babysitting
www.sunshinebabysitting.com
Cheryl 305-522-6050.

NEWSPAPER RACK
DELIVERY
Applicants MUST be able
to work seven days per
week and early morning
hours to apply:
*Have valid driver's
license*
*Clean driving record*
*Ability to lift 501bs*
*Responsible*
*Self motivated*
*Consistent*
*Communicate
Effectivley*
*Problem Solve*
*Organized*
*Dependable*
Please apply in person if
you posses the following
requirements
The Key West Citizen,
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NO Phone calls please


FINANCE DIRECTOR
Full time position in Key
West responsible for di-
recting, coordinating,
maintaining, and control-
ling the accounting and
financial operations of a
large non-profit organiza-
tion. Also monitors fi-
nance policies and pro-
cedures and recom-
mends improvements,
consults with the senior
management, partici-
pates in establishing and
implementing major
goals and objectives, re-
sponsible for achieving
performance standards,
and is responsible for the
budget development and
internal and external
audit functions. Bache-
lors Degree in accounting
required, Master's De-
gree and CPA preferred.
Email resume to
HR@weslevhouse.org or
fax to (305)809-5010.
Competitive salary and
benefits. We are an
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
Wesley House Family
Services, Inc.
1304 Truman Avenue
Key West, Fl. 33040
ALONZO'S OYSTER
BAR
is currently seeking Part
Time & Full Time front of
the house managers.
Applications can be
picked up at:
700 Front Street 11-4pm
305-294-5880
Bobalu's MM10
Big Coppitt Key
Line Cook. Must be
experienced and depend-
able. Call Doug at
296-1664.


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
Box Office Manager
Red Barn Theatre 319
Duval St, Rear looking
for full time Box Office
Manager in season Nov
through May. Must be or-
ganized, computer savvy,
phone & people friendly
in a fast paced environ-
ment and love theater.
Salary negotiable. Start
soon. Interested?
Contact:
info@ redbarntheatre.com
Boys and Girls Club
Key West. Activity Coor-
dinators work with di-
rectly with club members.
Second position Van
Driver limited hours.
Previous applicants need
not apply Call 296-2258
for more information.


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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


OVERSEAS LUMBER
SUPPLY
Is now accepting applica-
tions for employment at
our Big Pine facility for
the following position:
*Yardworker/Driver
applicant must have a
current Class B CDL
license, be able to
load/unload building
materials and work
daily outside.
This position is full time
with competitive pay and
excellent benefits. Please
apply in person at 30500
Overseas Highway, Big
Pine Key. EOE

PIER HOUSE RESORT
F&B Admin. Asst./
Restaurant Host
(F/T combo position)
Weekday, Daytime
Supports F&B Dir.
w/daily oper., such as,
scheduling, menu prep,
function arrangements &
execution, admin. duties
& mtg & grtg restaurant
patrons, seating patrons,
assist. staff, booking
reservations, etc.
Good command of Micro-
soft Word, Excel, Outlook
& Internet are necessary.
Exc. English comm. re-
quired. Background in
F&B a plus.
Steady, verifiable work
history necessary.
Great benefits available.
Shift meal & parking.
EOE, M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace
Apply: H/R Dept.
One Duval St.
M F, 10am-4pm
Fax: 305-294-0037


PART-TIME
TEACHER AIDE
For Pre-K Class. Must
have 40 hrs. Florida
State Mandated Courses.
305-294-6018.
PIER HOUSE RESORT
F/T Servers
Various AM & PM Shifts
required.
Current, strong, stable,
verifiable experience
required.
Excellent benefits
package available.
Shift meal & parking.
EOE, M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace
Apply: H/R Dept.
One Duval St.
M F, 10am-4pm
Realtors Assistant
Big Pine Key
Duties include answering
telephone calls, word
processing, basic ac-
counting, filing, and fax-
ing. Computer & Internet
skills are required. 30+
hrs/wk.$9.00/hr.305-872-
4144, Previous appli-
cants need NOT apply.
Ask for Amy.
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 TEAMMATE
WANTED
to work at our Museum
Stores F/T. KWAHS. Call
Linda, 295-6616 X19 for
details.
SCHOONER WHARF
Openings for servers.
Must be friendly, profes-
sional, & used to high
volume. Apply At
Schooner Wharf Bar,
See Evalena or Manager
SEEKING QUALIFIED
HVAC/R SERVICE
TECHNICIANS DebonAir
Mechanical is a premier
HVAC/R and Mechanical
Service provider. We are
currently looking to hire
qualified and professional
technicians who have ex-
perience in commercial
and residential HVAC/R.
Must have good driver's
license and pass a drug
test. Please email
resumes to
paleshire@debonairac.com
or Fax them to
(305) 826-0135.
The Inn At Key West
is currently accepting
applications for the
following positions:
Part -Time:
Front Desk
*Housekeeping
Please Apply in person
3420 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
EOE


FIELD INSPECTOR:
Utility Construction
Exp w/GPS system. Abil-
ity to read/understand
plans/specs preferred.
Will train the right person.
Fax resume to WEC at
305-289-4162. Send to
5800 O/S Hwy, #36,
Marathon, FL 33050.
Salary based on exp.
No phone calls
SUPPORTWORKER
Support Worker for resi-
dential mental health pro-
gram for adults 32
hrs/wk. Work directly with
clients according to pro-
gram guidelines. Re-
sponsible for progress
notes, supportive serv-
ices incl. employment as-
sistance, and other client
activities. Required com-
puter skills. Human Re-
sources, social services
mental health back-
ground preferred. Key
West, hours 1-9 pm For
applications call
305-743-4129.


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


Formal Dining Table
W/ 6 chairs $600. China
Cabinet $600. Etagere
$500. All 3 yrs old. Call
923-0110 Must Sell!


Sojin Apartment Grand
Piano, 4'8", beige,
$1,000. 305-395-2369

OLD TOWN
Clean and quiet room.
$850/mo., utilities inc. No
pets. 305-296-7281.
Lg. Room in Key West
In 3 bedroom house.
$850 mo. plus $200 sec.
Must see, 1 person, no
pets. 305-292-2649.


HEART OLD TOWN
Upscaple furn. guest
house rooms. Fest Week
3 nights min. $200 night,
Incl tax. Also long term
monthly rates begin at
$900 mo. + dep. 1 per-
son only. No pets, drugs,
smoking. 305-304-8555.
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.
203 OLIVIA STREET
Newly Remodeled
Room in Conch House
pool, fenced inc. util.
F/L/S. 305-896-0890
Must See Avail Now
S/I MH. 1 Person, 2 rms,
Great fir. working prof.
own entrance. Share kit.,
bath, util. min of 1 yr.
$700 dep A/C, cable incl.
Near all. 941-447-0499.
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.ora


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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
STOCK ISLAND
*1BR/lba. $875/mo +
25% of the utilities.,
Clean w/fresh paint.
305-587-0524
LITTLE TORCH
Waterfront, 1 BR/1BA,
screen porch, boat slip,
no pets, no smoking.
$800 + util
305-522-5841.


2BR/2BA
FULLY FURNISHED
Condo at 1800 Atlantic
ocean view, pool, tennis,
parking, water, cable
HBO incl. F/L/S dep. req.
$2,500. 305-923-7385.
keywestrentalco.com
Available Now!

Canal Duplex 2/2
Shipyard 2/1

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


SALT PONDS 2/2
W/D, A/C, patio, pool,
storage unit. $1,700/mo.
+ utilities. F/L/S
942- 9999.
keywestrentalco.com

Las Salinas 3/2
W/D, pool on premises.
Available immediately.
$1,650/mo.
Visit our website:
www.kevwestrentalcomDanv.com
for information.
The Taporowski Team
Realty Executives
Florida Keys
305-292-1922


CENTER OF KEY
WEST EFFICIENCY
Clean, walk to Smathers,
tile, A/C, OSP. Includes
util, cable & wireless. 1
quiet non-smoker, F/LS,
1 yr. lease. $850mo.
678-520-0070,
305-849-0353.
LARGE 1/1
Very nice on clean canal.
Right down from Marina.
Avail Nov 1st. Pets wel-
come. $1,200 mo. incl.
util. 305-923-1250.


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






WEST ISLE
CLUB APARTMENTS
***FREE RENT***
*Call for details
*Now Leasing
1BR, 2BR, 3BR
*Military Discount
-Swimming Pool
-On site Parking
-And Much More!
3333 Duck Ave.
888-318-5767
1 BR/1BA
On canal. $1,200. Also
1BR/1BA Old Town.
$1,050, 1 yr. lease.
305-295-2595.
OLD TOWN
1/1 newly remodeled, pri-
vate balcony & pool. F/S
Call (954)415-6369
2BR/2.5BA
Solana Village, Northside
Drive. W/D, DW, Cen/air,
balcony, large pool, park-
ing. F/L & 1/2 sec.
$1,600 month + util.
305-879-4277, 304-4211
ACROSS FROM BEACH
2/1, W/D, D/W, pools,
tennis, gated, great view,
small pets ok. $1,700,
F/L $1,000 sec.
587-2760.

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KEYWEST
Office open Monday,
Wednesday, & Friday
9am-6pm. Tuesday &
Thursday 9am-7pm,
Saturday 10am-5pm,

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

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

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

New Town Efficiency
$785/mo. (plus utilities).
clean, balcony. no pets.
Total required to move in
$1,570. Applicants must
have resided in Monroe
County for the past year.
SBX Commercial
Real Estate LLC.
305-296-7920
1220 THIRD ST. UP
2BR/1BA, cathedral ceil-
ings, tile floors, large cov-
ered deck, fenced yard,
pet considered. 1 year
lease. $1,425/mo. inc.
trash & sewer; $1,425
deposit. Realtor owner.
305- 304-2012.
3/1 SEIDENBERG
Great share, not fancy,
2nd floor. $1250/mo.+util.
1/1 COZY COTTAGE
2nd street, small,
charming, private.
$900/mo.+ util
2/2 BAHAMA VILLAGE
Small but quaint
$1200/mo+ util
Bruce, Broadway Realty
305-393-2276
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.
CENTER OF ISLAND
KW, 1BR/1BA duplex,
covered side porch, tile,
S/S appliances, granite
counter tops, W/D, A/C,
ceiling fans, one OSP,
walk to Smathers, N/S,
FLS, 1 yr lease $1,295/
mo. 678-520-0070,
305-849-0353.
ON CANAL IN KW
2BR/2BA with central air.
New kitchen and bath.
$1,600 mo. year lease,
F/L/S. 305-393-5910.


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LARGE 3 BD APT.
Good Old Town neigh-
borhood, central A/C,
W/D, OSP. $2,100/mo
Lease required.
305-304-4797
SMALL MEADOWS
APARTMENT
Combined bed/living rm,
sep kitchen & bath. High
ceilings, A/C, gas stove.
Small pets allowed. Furn
or unfurn. $975/mo. incl.
sew/garb & gas. F/L/S.
305-293-1118.
IMMACULATE 2/1
near beaches, cent. a/c,
new kitchen, O.S.P. w/d
hookup, pets considered!
$1,600/mo. F/L/S (305)
293-9719
CUDJOE KEY
1BR apt., ground level,
oceanfront, beach, dock,
carport, screen porch, all
util and cable incl. No
smoking or drugs. $1,100
per mo. Call 766-7664.
KEYWEST REALTY
Management Group Inc
305-294-RENT
www.keywestrealty.com
2br/1ba Terrazzo Floors
Close to Smathers Beach
$1,300/mo. F/S/S
Pets Considered!
2BR/1.5BA MIlD TOWN
Yard, OSP, W/D, D/W,
A/C, 1 yr. lease, no dogs,
non-smoke, $500 sec.
ref, req. $1,750/mo.
305-296-4695.
LARGE 1,000 SQ. FT.
duplex apt. 2bd/lbth,
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


Brand New Oceanfront
Gated 2BR/3BA, stain-
less appliances, bamboo
floors, designer furnish-
ings and plasma TV,
2 car covered parking,
pool & boat dock.
$2,200/mo. F/S
Call Steve 305-879-5800.


3/2WATERFRONT
Situated on 8 secluded
acres in Sugarloaf. Cen-
tral A/C, W/D. $2250/mo.
+ utilities. 305-294-6995
GRAND HISTORIC
Three Story,
4BR/4BA/2.5BA Furn.
Avail immed. 6 mo. to
1yr. lease. F/L/S.
$5,000 mo. + info.
305-797-7637.
2/1 GOLF CLUB
TOWNHOUSE
Avail immediately. Non-
smoking. $1575/mo +
util. F/S. 6 month OK.
Pets considered.
Call 305-296-4573
OLD TOWN KEY WEST
Fully furnished 3bed/3bth
with pools and off street
parking. 1 year lease
$3500/mo plus Utils.
305-797-7778.
1/1 JUST RENOVATED
In KW best compound.
Jenn-air kitchen, jacuzzi
bath & everything you ex-
pect in the best. Walk to
Fausto's East, Higgs
Beach, Louis's Backyard
& La Te Da. $1.8k
monthly OBO, long term.
Call Jim 310-469-4335.
35 Ft. HOUSEBOAT
4 Sale Owner Financing
Great Liveaboard on
Stock Island, ocean ac-
cess. Dock lease incl.
$22,000. 305- 304 4911
A GREAT HOUSE!
Clean 3/2 Cudjoe Key
waterfront home MM23
Oceanside. Sleeps 6,
close to Key West and
Reef fishing. Visit
varneur.com/doua/coates.htm
for pictures and rates.
Contractors welcome.
Military discount. Call
305-619-0088.


CUDJOE KEY MM23
5 Bedrooms
and 3 baths
Only $2,400
Newly remodeled single
family home: 4 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, separate
1 bedroom/1 bath guest
quarters, CBS house,
metal roof, tiled main
area, carpeted bed-
rooms, cathedral ceilings,
ceiling fans, large porch,
central air, small in


ground pool, very large
new chef's kitchen with
granite counters and new
appliances. French
Doors, large patio, tropi-
cal landscaping, covered
inside parking with ga-
rage door, enclosed work
shop. Distinctive home
with white stucco cement
wall around all of prop-
erty. Fantastic Boating
with room to store a large
boat with 50 ft concrete
dock, large heavy davits
and a boat ramp, ocean
side. Bright, open and
airy floor plan but private.
If you appreciate great
fishing with a great loca-
tion to Key West this
home is for you. F/L/S
CALL: 305-395-1416

AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
305-296-7975
www.athomekevwest.com
OLD TOWN
1/1 spacious apt-
furnished. Located in
Casa Marina area
Private balcony,
hardwood floors, shared
laundry. No pets
Available Now.
$1,700/ mo F/L/S

2/1 renovated duplex
Fenced yard. Pets con-
sidered. Avail November
$1,650/ mo F/L/S

2/1 spacious apt. Shared
pool. Clothing optional
compound. Pets
considered. Avail
December
$1,800/ mo F/L/S

2/2 single family
renovated w/ private pool
and off street parking.
Pets considered.
Avail Now.
$2,100/mo F/L/S

NEW TOWN
Spacious 3/2 condo
w/ shared pool, tennis
court across street from
Smather's Beach.
Avail Now.
$1,950 /mo F/L/S

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB
2/1.5 townhouse
Pets considered.
Avail Now
$1,725/ mo F/L/S


The directions for discovering a bounty of
affordable and accessible real estate treasures
are very simple through the Key West Citizen
Featured Homes section; go right to your phone
and call any one of these Realtors now.


2/2.5 House in Sanctuary
Private courtyard
w/ dipping pool.
Pets considered.
Avail Now
$2,000/ mo F/L/S

See pictures and more
properties
at www.athomekeywest.com
AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
296-7975
LITTLE TORCH
1BR/1BA nice cottage.
Screen porch, water view
with boat slip. No pets,
no smoking $700 + util.
305-522-5841.
3BR/2BA ON BIG PINE
Non Water front, Newer
house. Lg Yd, Stogre,
$1,500/mo F/L/S
Jackie 305-394-4532
KEY HAVEN
3/2 large living area,
C/A/C, tile. $2200/mo
305-294-4200 ext 19.
C21 All Keys Rob Rey


2BR/2.5BA OLD TOWN
Beautiful home, pool, ja-
cuzzi, hardwood floors,
W/D. No pets, no OSP.
$2,400/mo.850-625-5561
Clean & Cozy 1Br/1Ba
$950/mo.& up, waterfront
cable incl. C/A/C,
laundry room. F/S
305-296-0294, 304-4311

SEASIDE KEYWEST
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
LITTLE TORCH
Waterfront, beautiful stilt
home. 2BR/2BA, huge
balcony, great kitchen.
boat slip, no pets, no
smoking. $1,500
.305-522-5841.


ELIZABETH ST.
Town home. 1BR/1BA 2
story, W/D, very clean
and safe. $1,200 plus
util. 304-8702.
AVAILABLE NOW
Riviera Dr. In Key West.
Renovated 2/1 house,
w/d, gated back yard
w/Jacuzzi, shed. $2150/
mo. F/L/S
1/1 available $1300/mo
305-731-9990
3/3 BIG PINE
Modern CBS, 2 screened
porches, canals on 2
sides, seawalls w/ davits
& fenced yard. Very
clean, quite, Central A/C
and enclosed garage.
$2,500/mo. F/L/S. + utili-
ties 315-415-5807.
MID TOWN
Large 2BR/1BA
Renovated OSP
Appl. inc. W/D
$1,750 + util + sec.
Prudential Knight
Gardener Realty
305-304-4287, 294-5155


LITTLE TORCH
Waterfront Pine Channel.
Stunning 3,000 + sq.ft.
3BR/2.5BA, pool, boat
slip, huge patios, garage,
no pets, no smoking.
$2,700 plus util.
305-522-5841.
3/2 New Stilt House
On corner lot in Big Pine
Key. Beautiful bamboo
floors, open floor plan
with large kitchen. Cov-
ered parking, central
ac/washer/dryer. $1700
F/L/S. 1/1 Downstairs
apartment available for
an additional $300/mo.
Call Bob 305-923-6000.
Cudjoe & Summerland
2/2 & 3/2, canal
4 BD, 2 BA, pool
Marathon 3/2
Fla Keys Realty, Inc.
305-745-3717
BRAND NEW 3/2
Double lot, Ig. back porch
on canal, storage,
$2,000/mo. MM 23, 305-
304-6755 or 744-1165


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KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


UPPER SUGARLOAF
Canalfront 3/2 + office,
cathedral ceilings, tile
floors, D/W, W/D, canal
access to both sides, 2
5K davits, seawall,
beach, diving board, cov-
ered parking for every-
thing, fenced low mainte-
nance yard, pets OK,
$2,000/mo 6 month or
less. Available Immd.
Call 305-295-7070
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

Shipyard Condo
1 BR / 1 BA w/loft avail
12/1. Shared pool, as-
signed parking. $1850
per mo + utils

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

Furnished

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.comDass-realtv.com


*****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.
A KEY REAL Estate,
Inc.

BIG PINE KEY
Efficiency
Clean Unit, Appliances,
A/C & Utilities Included
$200/wk. Sec. Dep. $400

4 BD/1 BA
Mobile home with Appli-
ances, A/C, Fenced Yard
$1,200/mo. + Util. F/S

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

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

LITTLE TORCH KEY
2 BD/1 BA
Canal home, A/C, Appli-
ances, Dock & Screen
Porch $1,300/mo + Util.
F/S

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


(305) 872-4144


2BR/2BA STILT HOME
Canal concrete seawall.
Open water views. Pets
ok. Susan Exit Realty
305-923-1496.



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



Fantastic 2 Bdrm/1BA
Resort Rentals steps
from Duval St! Relax by
the pool and marina.
Available for October 24
thru October 31, 2009.
Key West events during
that time are Goombay &
Fantasy Fest. Hurry, this
won't last long! For more
information contact. Ron
Wnukowski 305-393-
9590 cell or email
ronwnuk@vahoo.com

3BR/3.5BA
Old Town home. Fur-
nished, heated pool,
OSP. Monthly $7,500.
305-797-7778

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.



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


WAREHOUSE/OFFICE
Marina area. 30 ft ceiling,
1,300 sq. ft. $990/mo.,
500 sq. ft. with A/C
$400/mo., 305-360-2137.

Big Pine Commerical
Warehouse
400 sq.ft. $350 plus util.
800 sq.ft. $600 plus util.
305-522-5841.

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


BIG PINE
Office 250 sq.ft. with
bathroom. $400 plus util.
305-522-5841.
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


BIG PINE
Office with A/C Ware-
house. $1,000 plus util.
305-522-5841.


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


Key West Trailer $1,500
$2,000 to move in. Great
spot. OSP 849-0910


Local Private
Mortgage Lending

Loan amounts based on
the value of a property
only. No verification of
income, assets or credit.

We will also lend up to
50% or more on short
sale or foreclosure
purchases quickly and
with no verifications.

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

_ All real estate ad-
vertising in this
newspaper is
subject to the Fed-
eral Fair Housing Act of 1968
which makes it illegal to ad-
vertise "any preference, limi-
tation or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex or
national origin, or an intention
to make any such preference
limitation or discrimination."
This newspaper will not know-
ingly accept any advertising
for real estate which is in vio-
lation or the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
286523


CUDJOE KEY 23MM
WAS $689,000
NOW $499,500
5 Bedrooms and
3 baths
Owner Financing
with 10% down
Newly remodeled single
family home: 4 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, separate
1 bedroom/1 bath guest
quarters, CBS house,
metal roof, tiled main
area, carpeted bed-
rooms, cathedral ceilings,
ceiling fans, large porch,
central air, small in
ground pool, very large
new chef's kitchen with
granite counters and new
appliances. French
Doors, large patio, tropi-
cal landscaping, covered
inside parking with ga-
rage door, enclosed work
shop. Distinctive home
with white stucco cement
wall around all of prop-
erty. Fantastic Boating,
room to store a large
boat with 50 ft concrete
dock, large heavy davits
and a boat ramp, ocean
side. Lush tropical living
on the quiet side of para-
dise yet only 25 minutes
from colorful Key West. A
unique opportunity to
own the ultimate family
home. Bright, open and
airy floor plan but private.
If you appreciate great
fishing with a great loca-
tion to Key West this
home is for you. CALL:
305-395-1416.
Residential For Sale
Search all residential
property available in the
Keys and Key West at
www.KevsRealEstate.com
and make offers directly
to our Sellers On-line!
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty.
305-294-5155.


NEW Classified Real Estate Section


* Ads run as a group in The Citizen's Sunday edition Classifieds Section


* Only $90/ad or, if you run 4 or more ads at a time, $80/ad


* Choose from one of three headings: Short Sale, Distressed Property, or Bank Owned


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286524


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.

2003 FORD F-150, 4x4
Supercrew XLT. 47K
miles. Bedliner, moon
roof, new tires, tow pkg.
& more. Exc. cond.
$12,500. 305-294-4381

Sellyourcar, truck,
boat, scooter or
motorcycle in
Keyswide Classifieds!

Call 292-7777x3


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

TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

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

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

BLOWOUT SALE!!
**Front Line Specials**

2007 Toyota Camry
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $14,988

2003 Chevy Tracker
Convertible, 5 speed, a/c.
Sale Price $4,988

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

2007 Pontiac Grand
Prix
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $10,988


* One home per ad







Friday, October 23, 2009


keysnews.com/classifieds


Southern st Fyer 15


KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED ARE NOW WORLDWIDE


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.
Sale Price $19,988

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

2008 Kia Rondo
Auto, a/c, 1,650 mi.
$259/month


2004 VW Beetle Conv.
Leather, automatic, a/c.
Sale Price $11,988
2006 Honda Civic
4 door, auto, a/c.
Sale Price $12,988

2006 Honda Civic
4 door, 5 speed, a/c.
Sale Price $9,988

2008 Chevy Impala
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $12,988
2005 Nissan Maxima
Leather, auto, a/c.
Sale Price $13,988

2005 Nissan Altima
Auto, a/c.
Sale Price $9,988

2008 Chevy Aveo
Hatchback, 5 speed, a/c.
Sale Price $8,988
W.A.C. + 15% Down +
Tax, Tag & DOC Fee
*Bad Credit is OK with
Us!
*No Credit
*Good Credit
Give Us A Call
305-295-8646


Have a Boat

to sell?


Chuck

can

help!
Let Chuck from our
Classified Team help
you write & place
your ad today!
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WE FINANCE CARS
Key West Auto Web MM
10.5.305-295-8858.
1999 Jeep Grand Chero-
kee Ltd. Runs great,
loaded. $2,850 587-0524
VW Bug, sunroof, CD,
looks & drives new, 49k 1
owner mi. A/C. Must see
only $4,985 393-9006
2003 TOYOTA CAM RY
LE, Power windows &
steering, door locks,
moonroof, A/C, security
system, new tires, excel-
lent body & mechanical
condition. 83,000 mi,
$6,900 obo. Wk
293-2408, Hm 296-3281.
WE BUY CARS
Key West Auto Web
MM.10.5. 305-295-8858.
1993 Honda Del Sol,
runs great, looks great,
manual trans, PW, air in-
take, new spider head-
lights, 35 40 mpg. Ask-
ing $1,600 OBO.
305-393-2252.


Daelin 2 seater, new
tires and battery. Runs
great $760 OBO.
296-2324.


YOUR GUARANTEE... KEYSWIDE GUARANTEED CLASSIFIEDSM


1996 Kawaski Ninja 600
9,400 mi, great condition
$2100 obo 305-879-8929

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
15 Merc 4S 15" $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 Honda 4S 15" $2,916
9.9 Honda 4S 15" $2,449
5 Honda4S 15" $1,497
2 Honda 4S 15" $865
2 Honda 4S 20" $886
305-292-2291


Sold to Settle Estate
New Mako 204 C/C, 200
Merc., 20 hrs., 5 year
warranty. GPS, fish
finder, VHF radio, trim
tabs, live well, etc. Call
Lee Murray 305-
296-0364.
'95, 31' FOUNTAIN CC
2004 225 hp Optimax,
230 hours, new electron-
ics, new upholstery,
clean boat, fish ready,
w/trailer. $33,000
Call Steve 305-797-0602

1977 30' HUNTER
w/working Yanmar die-
sel. 3 working sails &
nav. equip. $8,000 OBO.
Marathon. 393-0971.



GOT A 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

KEYWEST SUNSET
MARINA
40' $700 plus util.
305-304-6631.


King's Pointe Marina
Dry slip top rack
enclosed. Avail now.
33'Lx10'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
BOATSLIP
Accom 35' Live-aboard
w/15' beam. Dp water, 6'
draft easy ocean, bay ac-
cess. Conv. store, fuel
dock, showers, etc.
$750/mo incl. all incl. TV
cable. F/L and ref.
305-293-1118.

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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1 YEAR ...... $2,700


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Repairs From
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Complete Lawn & Yard Care
TWe Pay Attention to the Little Details!
Weekly Monthly Occasional
Services Available
(305) 394-4841
We Also Provide Haul Away Services,
Power Washing & Construction Cleanup
- FREE ESTIMATES-


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MARINE DIESEL
Located inside Oceanside Marina
1-
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305-292-2300









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