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The Florida Keys’ Only Daily Newspaper, Est. 1876
Home Improvement guide — Inside
Wednesday
March 20, 2013 в—† Vol. 137 в—† No. 79 в—† 14 pages
50 Cents
New parking restrictions proposed
WEATHER
1,008 Old Town spots would be reserved for residents with $50 decal
BY GWEN FILOSA
Citizen Staff
Andrew Gartenmayer, first grade
Sugarloaf School
See forecast on Page 2A
FLORIDA KEYS
Local man killed in 1
of 2 U.S. 1 crashes
An Islamorada man was killed in
a one-vehicle crash early Tuesday
in Key Largo that came on the
heels of a rollover at the same
spot on U.S. 1 the night before.
James M. Hightower, 67, was
killed when the 2004 Ford he was
driving north left the road about
7:05 a.m. at Mile Marker 99 and
struck a road sign, bushes and a
building, according to a Florida
Highway Patrol press release. It
was unknown why he went off the
road. Page 3A
City staff has proposed
changes to Key West’s three
parking permit programs,
including restricting parking
in Old Town to those who live
there and buy a $50 annual
window decal.
That idea, which has been
fleshed out and then flushed
out by city leaders before,
would still enable anyone
with a Monroe Countystamped license plate to park
in the white-painted spots not
marked “Residential.”
Those “Residential” markings, however, would reserve
spots for Historic District residents only, city staff said.
Details on the changes will
be presented at a special City
Commission workshop on
citywide parking rules, set for
6 p.m. tonight at Old City Hall,
510 Greene St.
“Remember this is a workshop and nothing will be voted
on,” John Wilkins, the city’s
parking manager, wrote in an
email. “The idea is to bring
ideas to the table that can be
discussed with all the commissioners together. I expect
to discuss all sorts of ideas in
an informal manner.”
The $50 Old Town residential parking fee is needed to
pay for the “durable thermoplastic” stencils to re-mark the
1,008 existing spaces.
“The city needs to commit
the resources to re-marking
these spaces with a more permanent material,” according to a memo attached to
Wednesday’s agenda. “The
experiment along Eaton Street
has not been a success.”
The 751 unmarked spots in
Old Town would remain free
and available to any drivers
See PARKING, Page 5A
Developers agree to scale back strip mall
KEY WEST
Boys, 13,
sent to
juvenile
program
Airsoft gun offense
won’t be on record
BY ADAM LINHARDT
MIKE HENTZ/The Citizen
Sex abuse survivor
launches walk in KW
Citizen Staff
If that old adage that “the longest journey begins with a single
step” is true, than sexual abuse
survivor Lauren Book is well on
the way to completing her trip.
Page 8A
NATION
ROB O’NEAL/The Citizen
60 mm mortar round
banned after deaths
Developers of a proposed strip mall have scaled back their plans to appease county officials. The approximate area where it is to be
built is highlighted here in orange. The County Commission will vote on the proposal in April.
HAWTHORNE, Nev. — A mortar shell explosion killed seven
Marines and injured a half-dozen
more during mountain warfare
training in Nevada’s high desert, prompting the Pentagon to
immediately halt the use of the
weapons until an investigation can
determine their safety, officials said
Tuesday. Page 7A
ROCKLAND KEY
ON THE RADIO
County
Administrator
Roman Gastesi
previews today’s
Gastesi
meeting of the
County Commission in Marathon.
Also on today’s show:
• Judd Wise, KWHS coach
• Rita Irwin, TDC
• Doug Mayberry,
Community Foundation
• Rick Ramsay, county sheriff
• Bob Vitas, KW city manager
• Jodi Weinhofer, Lodging Assn.
• Liz Young, Arts Council
NEWS: 7:30, 8:30 a.m., noon, 5 & 6 p.m.
County: Concessions �step in right direction’ for MM 9
BY TIMOTHY O’HARA
Citizen Staff
The developers of a proposed strip
mall on Rockland Key have agreed to
reduce the overall size of the project,
but have not scaled back the size of the
individual buildings.
The developers are willing to reduce
the shopping center from roughly
600,000 square feet to 350,000 square
feet, according to the developer’s plan-
ner Owen Trepanier. County planning
staff requested that the project not
exceed 300,000 square feet.
The developers maintain they need to
keep the size of the individual buildings
to 175,000 square feet, but would limit
the individual size of a store to 140,000
square feet. The developers want to be
able have one large anchor store abutted
by two smaller stores, Trepanier said.
County planning staff argue the individual buildings should be limited to
125,000 square feet.
Despite not agreeing with all the
county’s requests, county planner Joe
Haberman called the proposal “a step in
the right direction.”
“They have provided us with written
architectural guidelines that deal with
mass,” Haberman said. “We just don’t
want to see one big box.”
Rockland Key landowners William
See BOX STORE, Page 3A
UPPER KEYS
Citizen Staff
It’s neither bird nor plane and
no, it’s not a drug submarine,
either.
The strange orange missilelike object found floating in
Upper Keys waters over the
weekend is a training drone shot
down by Air Force pilots with
See GUN, Page 8A
KEY WEST
New transit
center $8.5M
BY GWEN FILOSA
Training drone found floating
BY ADAM LINHARDT
Two boys charged with bringing an airsoft gun to Horace
O’Bryant Middle School last
month agreed Tuesday to enter
a juvenile program that could
spare them criminal records.
The 13-year-olds agreed
to enter the Monroe County
Sheriff’s Office Intensive Delinquency Diversion Service
(IDDS) as part of an agreement
with prosecutors, said Assistant
State Attorney Assistant State
Attorney Kader Scull.
Chief Circuit Judge David
Audlin told them if they did
well in the program they could
avoid having a felony conviction on their permanent
record.
Citizen Staff
the 82 Aerial Targets Squadron
out of Tyndall Air Force Base in
Pensacola, officials said.
“We try diligently to find these
things and remove them as
quickly as possible, but sometimes the weather hinders that,”
said Lt. Col. Lance Wilkins, 82nd
Photo courtesy of Bruce Hoffman/Air Force
Aerial Targets Squadron com- A BQM-167 Air Force Subscale Aerial Target is launched from
The City Commission on
Tuesday awarded an $8.5 million contract to the D.N. Higgins
firm to build the long-awaited
new transit center on Stock
Island to replace the one at 627
Palm Ave.
It passed with a 5-1 vote,
pushing forward a project that
Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. A drone similar to this one was
See DRONE, Page 3A found floating in the Florida Keys.
See CITY, Page 5A
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COMICS – 6 A
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CRIME REPORT – 2A
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KEYS CALENDAR – 2A
OPINION – 4A
SPORTS – 1B
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2A
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
PAGE 2
• Women’s golf league
Women golfers are invited to join the
Ladies 9-Hole League, which tees off
5 p.m. Wednesdays at the Key West
Golf Club, 6450 College Road. The
fee is $25 per person and includes a
golf cart. All skill levels are welcome.
For more information, call 305-2945232.
Cultural Center, 102050 U.S. 1, Suite
244, Key Largo. Call 305-292-4501.
• Clydesdales at Winn-Dixie
Editor’s note: To have your event listed in Around the Keys, e-mail
the who, what, where and when to [email protected]
• Key Largo plant clinic
Monroe County master gardeners will
offer a free plant clinic today — to
help with any plant, tree or shrub
problems — from 9 a.m. to noon at
the Murray E. Nelson Government &
The Key West Winn-Dixie, 2778
North Roosevelt Blvd., will host the
52nd St., Gulf side. The free event
Budweiser Clydesdale Horses from 11
begins with refreshments at 1:30 p.m.
a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot. The event is free; the public is • Woman’s Hope Concert
welcome.
The Key West Woman’s Club will presthe Woman’s Hope Concert at 8
• Friends of the Marathon Library ent
p.m. Friday at the Tennessee Williams
The Friends of the Marathon Library
Cabaret Theater, 5901 College Road.
will host world-renowned medical
The musical variety show features
geneticist and author Jarda Cerveka,
Key West’s favorite performers and
who will discuss his new book, “Four
musicians. Proceeds will benefit the
Thorns of Kilimanjaro” 2 p.m. Thursday
Backpacks for Kids Nutrition Program,
at St. Columba Episcopal Church, 451
which feeds hungry area children.
Boulevard Project
COUNTDOWN
TODAY IN KEYS HISTORY
PROJECTE
D DATE
AUGUST
Tickets are $60 per person; proceeds
benefit Samuel’s House. Call 305296-0240 for tickets or information.
AROUND THE KEYS
• Growing palms and cycads
The Big Pine Botanical Society will
Tickets are $45 to $65; buy them at
feature speaker John DeMott, owner
www.Keystix.com or by calling the box
of Redland Nursery in Homestead, at
office at 305-296-1520.
its meeting 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Lord of the Seas Church on Key Deer
• Samuel’s House dinner
Boulevard, Big Pine Key. The event is
Samuel’s House will hold its annual
Women of Integrity and Men of Valor outdoors and includes a plant aucHonors Dinner at 6:30 p.m. April 18 tion. The public is welcome. For more
information, call 305-849-2986.
at the Westin Key West Resort, 245
Front St. The event recognizes the
• Free computer classes
community contributions of 10 Key
The Key West library will offer free,
West citizens and includes a dinner,
intermediate-level computer classes
a silent auction and entertainment.
10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursdays from
April 4 to 25. Topics will include
photo transfer, photoshare, photo
edit, Pinterest and more. Space is
limited, and registration is required.
To sign up, visit the library reference
department, 700 Fleming St., or call
305-292-3595.
• Donations sought
The Key West Woman’s Club seeks
donations for a community yard sale
to be held April 6 at 319 Duval St.
Proceeds will benefit Operation Smile.
To arrange pickup or delivery, call
305-294-2039. Cash donations can
be made to Operation Smile, KWWC,
P.O. Box 2924, Key West, FL 33045.
Interesting Facts
Squid and octopi have three hearts. Their primary heart pumps blood through the
circulatory system, but they have two other hearts located near each of their two
gills that provide additional pushes to the blood.
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Call the “Voice’’
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KEY WEST 5-DAY FORECAST
TODAY
“The land trust never helped
the people it was designed to
help anyway. The city should sell
the land to the owners trying to
refinance.They can wrap the price
in with their new mortgage, still
not increase their payments and
own the property unencumbered.
The city would thus reclaim some
of the money it lost in the whole
operation.”
TONIGHT
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
81
70
76/66
79/72
81/74
82/69
Cloudiness; area
thunderstorms
Partly cloudy
with area showers
Clouds and sun,
but nice
Partial sunshine,
but nice
Partly sunny,
but nice
Partly sunny, humid;
but nice
Four blimps are seen at Naval Air Station Boca Chica on Jan. 10,
1951, in this photo provided by the Navy.
ON THIS DAY IN:
1923 A fire began in the unoccupied cigar factory at the corner
of White and Newton streets. It spread and destroyed 43 homes
in the area bound by White, Ashe, Angela and Petronia streets.
The loss was estimated at $125,000 and 40 families were left
homeless.
1956 May Sands, a teacher in the Monroe County School
District for 47 years, died at the age of 71. The May Sands School
was named for her.
1959 The Navy made the last operational flight with an airship
from Naval Air Station Key West. All the airships (blimps) were
transferred to Naval Air Station Glynco, Ga.
1964 A hijacked, Soviet-built helicopter landed undetected at
Key West International Airport. Two Cuban army captains had
hijacked the craft, and the pilot was killed in the struggle.
1965 The Key West Citizen was awarded first place for its
front-page make up at the spring session of The Associated Press
managing editors meeting in Tallahassee.
1991 A Cuban MiG fighter landed undetected at Naval Air
Station Key West. The 38-year-old Cuban Air Force pilot requested political asylum.
“Are there enough temporary
trash bins on the sand at Smathers
Beach for the spring breakers? If
the bin is not close to them they
will not walk too far to put it out by
the street. They are teenagers, for
goodness’ sakes.”
“Yes, the palm trees on White
Street have been butchered once
again. But the city is more concerned about lawsuits from falling
coconuts and branches than letting
nature take its course.”
“Nude is not lewd! How about a
nude (clothing optional) beach for
us nudists?”
“The comments in the Citizens’
Voice about the trash the spring
breakers left on the beach were
wasted on them.”
Tallahassee
70/40
Pensacola
69/43
Jacksonville
67/42
TIDES
Key West
3/20
3/21
3/22
3/23
3/24
Gainesville
71/43
Marathon
Lows
10:16 AM
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12:25 AM
11:38 AM
1:18 AM
12:46 PM
1:59 AM
1:40 PM
2:33 AM
2:27 PM
Highs
5:52 AM
4:58 PM
7:05 AM
6:17 PM
7:52 AM
7:25 PM
8:28 AM
8:20 PM
9 AM
9:08 PM
Lows
1:43 AM
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2:46 AM
2:51 PM
3:46 AM
3:54 PM
4:36 AM
4:45 PM
5:18 AM
5:30 PM
Highs
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8:09 PM
12:40 PM
9:07 PM
1:19 PM
10:19 PM
1:52 PM
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2:33 AM
2:19 PM
KEY WEST — When all else
fails, blame Robert the Doll.
A bickering couple from New
York state drew police attention Sunday night after a day
of drinking and a tour of East
Martello Tower, where Robert
the Doll resides.
The girlfriend, 37, of
Rochester, N.Y., was jailed on a
misdemeanor count of battery.
Robert, a doll cursed with the
“black magic of Voodoo,” according to www.robertthedoll.org,
allegedly haunts the Martello
dressed in a crisp white sailor
outfit and clutching his Leo Lion
stuffed animal.
“Strange things would happen when Robert was around,”
the site says, urging folks to
“Blame it on Robert!” when
bizarre incidents crop up. The
duo apparently took it to heart.
The boyfriend, 49, of
Stafford, N.Y., reportedly called
police about 9:30 p.m. saying
“It will be revealing to follow the
sad story of the alleged 14-yearold rapist to see if the course of
justice is the same for a member
of a privileged and prominent family as it would be for just another
kid from Bahama Village.”
“Thank you, Key West police, for
the amazing amount of patience
and professionalism you’re displaying in the 200 block of Duval.”
“Somebody trademarked the
Mile Zero sign? I’ll be right
back, I’m going to trademark the
Southernmost Point.”
“It was refreshing to hear both
the United States’ and Cuban
national anthems performed last
night at the start of an excellent
piano music program at the San
Carlos Institute. Perhaps this could
be incorporated into other Key
West venues before musical concerts at a time when the country
needs to be together. Last night
proved that the talent is available
and willing.”
“So, a woman trips and hurts
herself while chasing a defenseless
chicken with a broom, and it is the
chicken’s fault! I say it is all about
karma!”
his girlfriend of five years had
punched him in the face. Prior
to that, he had tried to evict
her from their South Roosevelt
Boulevard hotel room, printing
out a return plane ticket for her
in the lobby.
Police photographed the
man’s face, noting his upper
lip was cut and swollen. The
couple parted ways after the
girlfriend told officers there
was “a tussle,” where “hands
were thrown.” Reports said
their speech was slurred.
Afterward, she allegedly
texted the boyfriend: “I’m sorry
for your lip. I didn’t know my
capability... All I have to say is,
�Robert did it!’”
She was booked into county
jail.
Information in the Crime
Report is obtained from reports
provided by area law enforcement agencies. If you have information that could help solve
a crime in the Keys, call Crime
Stoppers, (800) 346-TIPS.
PRECIPITATION
March 19
Precipitation
Month-to-date
Year-to-date
Actual
0.01”
0.18”
1.72”
Normal
0.07”
1.30”
4.83”
Record
1.01” (1950)
---
Last Year
0.00”
0.67”
6.67”
“To the person who wrote in
Saturday about our trashed-out
beaches and disrespect toward
nature: No one could have said it
better. We need more people who
think like you. Peace.”
DEPARTMENTS
Isolated
showers. East
winds 5 to 10
knots, shifting to
northwest and
increasing to
near 10 knots in
the afternoon. At
night, northwest
to north winds
10 to 15 knots.
Seas 2 to 3 feet.
Key West
81/70
Sunrise today................... 7:31 AM
Sunset today.................... 7:38 PM
Moonrise today ................ 1:46 PM
Moonset today ................. 3:20 AM
ROADWORK
Thomas Street is closed to through
traffic behind the Justice Center.
Access the county parking lot from
Southard Street only. Traffic may not
turn left from Fleming Street onto
Thomas until at least March 31 due
to construction.
• Standing N. Roosevelt Blvd.
project conditions
The length of North Roosevelt, from
the Triangle to First Street/Palm
Avenue, is now two inbound-only
lanes.
From First Street/Palm Avenue to
Eisenhower Drive, Truman Avenue
is two lanes, one in each direction,
throughout the project.
The North Roosevelt Boulevard
promenade is closed. For safety
reasons, pedestrians and bicyclists
will be rerouted to the path between
the jersey barriers and the green
construction curtain along North
Roosevelt until the project’s completion.
Updates: One left-turn lane and the
right-turn lane at the Triangle at North
Key Largo
81/68
Marathon
84/70
SUN AND MOON
Apr. 2
• Key West
Ft. Lauderdale
83/66
Miami
84/66
Roosevelt Boulevard and U.S. 1 will
be closed 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. through
Thursday to continue installation of a
new water pipe. City police will manage the remaining open lane, allowing
traffic to turn in both directions.
Apr. 10
Apr. 18
Mar. 27
HOW TO REACH US
To reach us at The Citizen, come to
our offices at 3420 Northside Drive;
fax us at 294-0768; or e-mail to
[email protected] You can also
call (305) 292-7777.
To reach our weekly newspapers:
Islamorada Free Press: (305) 853-7277
Solares Hill: (305) 294-3602
SUBSCRIPTIONS
• Duck Key
The north or south lane on Duck Key
Drive Bridge at Mile Marker 61.1
will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
weekdays through March 31.
• Lower Matecumbe Key
One north or south U.S. 1 lane at various locations between Mile Marker
77.5 and 79.7 will be closed from
9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Monday through
Thursday until April 11.
• Key Largo
One southbound U.S. 1 lane at Mile
Marker 100 will be closed weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. until
April 1.
• Information
For real-time traffic information, consult 511 or 305-849-1847 or www.
fl511.com.
IN PORT
TODAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Jewel of the Seas
Pier B
7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Majesty
Pier B
9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Disney Wonder
Pier B
7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Imagination
Outer Mole
noon to 8 p.m.
Cruise ship information is provided by the city of Key West. For updated
information, call 305-809-3790.
361447
FOOD PAIRINGS
The Gardens Hotel
d’Vine Wine Gallery
W-Sun 5:00 - 10:00 pm
526 Angela Street
PAUL A. CLARIN/PUBLISHER
TOM TUELL/EDITOR
RANDY ERICKSON/VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS & PRODUCTION
TOMMY TODD/ADVERTISING DIRECTOR
Fort Myers
82/60
MARINE
WEATHER
FORECAST
CORRECTIONS
The Key West Citizen corrects all errors of fact. If you find an error in fact
in The Citizen call Tom Tuell at (305) 292-7777, ext. 205. He can also be
reached at [email protected]
St. Petersburg
75/57
West Palm Beach
82/66
Woman blames fight
on Robert the Doll
CITIZEN STAFF
Tampa
74/55
March 19: 72.5В°F
CRIME REPORT
“Nana is a hit! I took my visiting
grandchildren to the egg hunt at
the botanical garden. They loved
the adventure of the search in the
woods, the animals and activitiies.
I had as much fun as they did.
Thank you.”
Orlando
77/54
KEY WEST AVG. WATER TEMPERATURE
Photo and text compiled by Tom and Lynda Hambright, Monroe County Library.
Visit www.keywestmaritime.org for more rich maritime history of Key West and the Keys.
“Tax every can, bottle, cup, fastfood bag and wrapper to pay
the road prison workers that we
already have here locally to maintain the beaches.”
Daytona Beach
74/49
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
MILE MARKERS
KEY WEST
FLORIDA KEYS
ISLAMORADA
KEY WEST
Stars come out for gallery
Help find entangled manatee
Walk-in vaccinations offered
Screen giants Burt Reynolds,
Angie Dickinson and Tippi
Hedren will help a Key West gallery celebrate its grand opening
from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday.
Adam Scott Rote Galleries, 608
Duval St., is inviting the public to
watch these actors autograph their
portraits as painted by Rote.
Rote calls his technique “hyperrealism,” and will debut new works
in mixed media at the event. His
patrons include Goldie Hawn, Ester
Williams, Kim Novak, Jonathan
Winters, Carrie Fisher and Debbie
Reynolds.
RSVP by calling 305-735-4014 or
emailing [email protected]
The Dolphin Research Center is still
asking for the public’s help in finding a badly entangled manatee dubbed
Scott.
The 9- to 11-foot mammal has
mounds of monofiliament fishing line
wrapped around and embedded in both
his pectoral fingers, the center says.
Scott has been spotted in the Marathon
area, though he often travels throughout the Florida Keys in winter months.
Anyone who sees him should immediately call the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission at 1-888-4043922 to report his location. DRC’s trained
team will then attempt to outfit him with
a belt and tracking tag so a rescue mission can be coordinated. For more information, visit www.dolphins.org.
The Monroe County Health Department
encourages adults age 19 and over to
get a TdaP vaccination, for protection
against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis,
also known as whooping cough.
The latter can make infants gravely ill,
so the best way to protect them is by vaccinating all adults, who can at anytime
come in contact with babies.
The department holds walk-in TdaP
vaccination clinics 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at the
Gato Building, 1100 Simonton St., Key
West. Or appointments may be scheduled by calling 305-809-5603.
Shots will be given regardless of a person’s ability to pay, but people are asked
to bring an insurance card or proof of
income.
Photo courtesy of Christopher Tittel
Students Working Against Tobacco activist David Tetour talks about candyflavored tobacco products next to SWAT adviser Dianne Wischmeier and
Vice Mayor Ken Philipson at a Village Council meeting February 2012.
SWAT has displays and activities today at high schools countywide in
honor of Kick Butts Day. For more information, call 305-809-5638.
Islamorada man killed in 1 of 2 U.S. 1 crashes
An Islamorada man was
killed in a one-vehicle crash
early Tuesday in Key Largo that
came on the heels of a rollover
at the same spot on U.S. 1 the
night before.
James M. Hightower, 67, was
killed when the 2004 Ford he
was driving north left the road
about 7:05 a.m. at Mile Marker
99 and struck a road sign, bushes and a building, according to
a Florida Highway Patrol press
release. It was unknown why he
went off the road.
Hightower was taken to
Mariners Hospital, where he
died. He was wearing a seat
belt and alcohol was not
believed to be a factor in the
crash. Troopers were investigating whether Hightower had
a medical condition, said Lt.
Kathy McKinney.
The crash partially closed
northbound lanes for about an
hour.
About 7 p.m. Monday, also
Box store
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Attorney Michael Halpern, who
also owns property on Rockland
Key, wants the county to approve
the overlay zoning for not just this
individual request, but for all of
Rockland Key.
“If you do it (the overlay process) property by property, you get
a mishmash plan,” Halpern said.
“A plan for all of Rockland Key
would have a better result.”
If the county had initiated
the overlay district process,
it would have most likely dealt
with Rockland Key as a whole,
Haberman said. But Henson and
Kemp filed an application with the
county and they are entitled to
“due process,” he said.
However, Trepanier is in discussions with the other Rockland Key
land owners in order to come up
with rules that would ultimately
benefit all, he said.
“We think collaborative development for Rockland Key is in everybody’s best interest,” Trepanier
said.
The County Commission will
vote on the overlay district when
it meets April 17 in Key West. If
approved, the proposal will be
sent for final approval to the
state Department of Economic
Opportunity, which oversees
development in the Florida Keys.
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released
from
Mariners
Hospital before being booked
into Monroe County Detention
Center on Plantation Key.
She was charged with drunken driving, DUI with property
damage, leaving the scene of
a crash, reckless driving and
refusing to submit to a breath
test.
The crash shut down U.S. 1
from 7:12 to 9:07 p.m. as traffic was diverted to Card Sound
Road.
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mander.
The practice drone, known as the BQM-167A or subscale aerial target in military parlance, was shot down
with an air-to-air missile by pilots on Jan. 31, but bad
weather slowed down recovery efforts, so the drone
was floating in the Gulf currents before it turned up in
Blackwater Sound waters Sunday morning, Wilkins said.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) crews received a call over the radio, found the
drone and alerted the Air Force, said FWC Lt. David
Dipre.
The drone does not carry explosive weapons, but it
does contain jet fuel and sometimes the Air Force outfits
them with anti-missile equipment such as chaff and flare
dispensers, according to Air Force fact sheets available
online.
The drones are capable of speeds just below Mach 1
and can fly at 50,000 feet.
The 82 Aerial Targets Squadron uses their own boats to
retrieve the drones, as they are one of only two Air Force
squadrons that have boats, Wilkins said.
“It’s in our best interest to hurry up and get these out of
the water, as we reuse them and they can be a hazard to
mariners out there,” Wilkins said.
The Navy does not use the BQM-167A on the state’s
east coast, but do as part of their west coast operations,
Wilkins said.
This particular drone will now be disassembled due to
saltwater corrosion.
“That speaks to how often we reuse these and how
hard our guys work to find them,” Wilkins said. “This particular BQM was shot down four previous times.”
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Kemp and Steve Henson are working with Georgia-based development group A.J. & C. Garfunkel to
bring a shopping center to Mile
Marker 9.
The developers have been in
conversations with executives
from such notable chain stores as
Target, Old Navy, Toys R Us and
Bed, Bath and Beyond.
The landowners are requesting a “Commercial Retail Center
Overlay District” for 33 acres on
Rockland Key, which is currently
home to an adult video store, tow
yard and gravel pits.
Rockland Key’s current zoning is
industrial, with strict limits on how
much commercial retail activity
can occur there. The overlay district would permit more commercial businesses.
To make the changes more
palatable for the community, the
developers agreed to build bike
and pedestrian paths connecting
to the Overseas Heritage Trail and
a 200-seat meeting center, which
they would lease to the county for
a $1 a year. They have also agreed
to rent spaces to small “neighborhood-oriented” businesses,
Trepanier said.
at Mile Marker 99, 57-year-old
Lenna Danker of Homestead
reportedly hit another vehicle
and fled the scene in her 2012
Nissan, a press release says.
Danker allegedly hit a 2013
Chrysler rental car driven by
Ean Holdings of Tulsa, Okla. He
was not injured.
Danker fled north and then
flipped the Nissan three times
at Mile Marker 111, but was not
seriously injured, McKinney
said.
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OBITUARY
Linda Jane Chynoweth,
63, of Sauquoit, N.Y., and Big
Pine Key, Fla., passed away on
Monday, March 18, 2013, losing
her courageous five-year battle
with cancer.
She was born in Utica, N.Y.,
on Jan. 21, 1950, to John and
Mary Jane (Jones) Chynoweth
and was a 1968 graduate of
Sauquoit Valley Central School.
Linda became a flight attendant with Mohawk Airlines,
where she worked for two
years, then spent eight years as
a ski instructor in Breckenridge,
Colo.
She traveled extensively in
the U.S. and around the globe.
Linda, called “LC” by her good
friends, eventually settled in Big
Pine Key and spent 35 years in
paradise living life on her own
terms. Her hobbies included
softball, sailing, fishing for
Key West
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square grouper and other trophies, plus hosting her friends
on reality TV night.
LC worked for 17 years as the
floral designer for Little Palm
Island Resort and Spa and
moonlighted at Big Pine True
Value. LC was a member of the
Moose Lodge.
Her survivors include her
mother, Mary Jane of Sauquoit,
and her two sisters Nancy
Chynoweth (Dyan Wessinger)
of Sauquoit and Jacki (Tom)
Gaskell of Sauquoit. She also
leaves niece Lauren Gaskell;
nephews Brian Gaskell, Ross
(Jen) Marshall and Dean
Marshall; great-niece Brook
Marshall; great-nephew Noah
Marshall; her trusty canine
sidekick, Serenus; and a huge
network of loving friends from
all over the world.
She was predeceased by her
father, John “Jack” Chynoweth,
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and her sister Janice Nemcek.
A memorial celebration of
LC’s life will be announced
later in the spring.
Please consider donations
in her memory to either the
Stevens-Swan Humane Society,
www.stevens-swan.org, 5664
Horatio St., Utica, NY 13502,
or Hospice and Palliative Care
Inc., www.hospicecareinc.org,
4277 Middle Settlement Road,
New Hartford, NY 13413.
Her family would like to
thank Dr. Samir DeSai and
Windy Mitchell, the staff on the
sixth floor at Faxton-St. Luke’s
Healthcare, and Hospice and
Palliative Care for all their assistance during LC’s illness.
Arrangements are with the
Smith Funeral Home, 3022
Oneida St., Sauquoit.
To view LC’s online memorial, please go to www.smithfuneralhome.com.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
NANCY SCHMOHL BECKWITH
ROBERT CINTRON JR.
KEN DOMANSKI
SHIRLEY FREEMAN
TODD GERMAN
OPINION
On ethics, House must
get the details right
he devil is always
in the details. Two
weeks after the Florida
Senate earned accolades
for its unanimous vote on
ethics reform, the bill’s fine
print is getting the scrutiny it
deserves thanks to a former
ethics commission executive
director. Now it’s up to the
Florida House to improve
the ethics reform package by
tightening up several Senate
provisions that could make
it harder instead of easier
for the public to keep tabs
on those conducting the
business of government.
Meaningful ethics reform
requires getting all the details
right, not just some of them.
The House Ethics and
Elections Committee starts
deliberations today on the
House legislation — just a
day after Philip Claypool, the
former executive director
of the state ethics commission, critiqued the Senate
legislation at the request of
Integrity Florida. Among the
areas ripe for improvement in
the House:
Financial disclosure
requirements: Lawmakers
want to make it easier for
officials to correct the paperwork they must file annually
without consequence. But
the danger is in undermining
the importance of financial
disclosure for the convenience of politicians, particularly when this provision
could mean a corrected form
isn’t submitted until after
an election. The citizens’
right to know the financial
interests of those seeking or
holding office is not a nuisance requirement, and the
ethics commission already
distinguishes between honest
mistakes and more nefarious
kinds.
Conflicts of interest:
Legislators can now vote on
any matter, but they have to
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disclose afterward if they or
a close associate, including
a family member, would get
a special private gain or loss.
Under the Senate and House
bills, lawmakers could not
vote on issues where they
had a special interest — but
could vote if their close associate did. In those cases, the
legislator would still disclose
a conflict after voting. And
the Senate bill contains suspect language that appears
to narrow the definition of
special gain or loss. The goal
should be to improve public
disclosure, not give lawmakers more cover when they
vote for their self-interest, big
and small.
Ethics complaints: Both
chambers would make it
harder for citizens to file
complaints in the run-up to
an election. And the Senate
would impose new standards
when a complaint must
be dismissed by the commission. This would make
matters worse, and Florida
doesn’t have a problem with
over-prosecution on ethics
violations.
Blind trusts: For the first
time, both chambers appear
poised to embrace the ethics
commission’s idea to allow
politicians to avoid conflict of
interest laws by establishing
blind trusts for their assets.
But the House version comes
much closer to getting it right
by requiring that officials
document what assets are
placed in a trust initially and
requiring the trust agreement be filed with the ethics
commission. The Senate’s bill
does neither of those necessary things and risks leaving
citizens more in the dark
about a politicians’ interests
than they are now.
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Letters to the editor
Columnist could use
a dose of own advice
Serendipity indeed, Mr. Belland. I
implore you to heed the very poignant
advice you so eloquently shared with
readers in your March 17 column titled
“Serendipity … messages we shouldn’t
ignore.”
It is truly serendipitous that the publication of your column comes during a time
when Key West is facing a monumental decision regarding the island’s channel-widening. Where is the line drawn
between procuring profits and protecting
future resources? I think it is finally time
to consider drawing that line in our own
backyard rather than continuing to ask
others to do so in theirs.
As you mention in your article, now is
the time to “summon the gumption” to
spare the living reefs off the Keys; spare
them from a horrendous raping of their
fragile ecosystem. You speak of how “our
right to overindulge … more often than not,
infringes on the rights of others when their
ill effects cause society to pay the bills.”
How can you separate this from the
island’s fragile ecosystem, and the devastating effect the channel-widening
[would] have on it? I contend that you
cannot. We may not have icecaps here
in the Keys, but instead we have coral,
seagrass, sponges, and other vital filtering
mechanisms, habitat and food sources
that would be destroyed; it does not take a
scientist or costly scientific study to show
us this.
Let’s learn from our past mistakes, take
off our blinders and have the gumption
to finally say enough is enough. You and
those surrounding you certainly have the
power and political influence to get this
important message across. Please show
us that what you speak of truly does matter and that you believe it, rather than
have it just be the subject of an entertaining commentary.
With this said, I must also mention an
article published just last week titled “Two
Carnival ships skip Southernmost City.” I
believe this is a prime example of serendipity, which you define as “those strange
situations that just happen out of the blue
but seem to make some kind of sense.”
Clearly, it is not always the case that “if
you build it, they will come.”
Jayne Kilpatrick
Cudjoe Key
Board is handicapped
by poor math skills
The Key West Bight Management Board
dropped parking rates by 20 percent for
six months, and then they were surprised
revenues dropped 20-plus percent. What
were they thinking, or smoking?
At $2.50 per hour, $400,000 in annual
revenues suggests 160,000 parking hours.
At $2 per hour, one needs 200,000 parking hours or 25 percent more hours just
to break even. So for the plan to have
worked, they would have needed an occupancy increase well above 25 percent.
So did the board really think that just
by dropping rates they would be flooded
by new customers? Why did it take them
six months to figure this out? Especially
when the test period was during a time
when Key West has been experiencing
stronger than average tourist revenues.
At $2 per hour, there is no incentive
for anyone to go out of their way to park
there when more convenient meters are
the same price. Can you imagine a hotel
dropping its room rates by 20 percent
to match their neighbor and somehow
expect their occupancy to soar by more
than 25 percent?
Sounds like a plan based on wishful
thinking versus basic math and common
sense. Another example of how governments and their agencies can’t seem to
figure out how to balance budgets. Maybe
we need some business sense on the
board.
Bill Klipp
Key West
Weapons charges are
an overreaction to toy
It was a just a toy for goodness’ sake.
True, [the three middle-school students
charged with felony weapons charges]
should have declared [the realistic-looking toy pistol] when they first got to
school. However, the worst that could
happen would be someone getting scared
— not hurt!
Now three innocent lives are going to
be ruined just because of a toy. The toy
could not possibly hurt anyone, period.
This is utterly ridiculous and an outrage.
Who comes up with this stupid, idiotic
stuff? If a point has to be made — which
I question — suspend them for a week or
so. I will say the punishment should be
worse if they threatened someone and
seriously pretended it was real and someone might really get shot.
In actuality, if there were no threats, the
toy should have just been confiscated.
Bill Shepard
Key West
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District is charting a course with great schools and great communities
BY MARK T. PORTER
Superintendent of schools
reat schools and great
communities simply
go together. One of
the essential elements of a
successful school district is a
vibrant and ongoing relationship with you, the citizens we
serve. It is our responsibility
to not only provide an outstanding education for our
students, but to remain closely
connected to the communities
we serve and the people who
make up those communities.
Community engagement and
effective communication are
an important aspect of any
great school system, but even
more so during the process of
developing a strategic plan.
Next month the Monroe
County School District will
begin the process of developing our five-year strategic
plan. This planning process
will be referred to as “Charting
the Course — Excellence in
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the Monroe County Schools.”
This will be a very involved
and intensive process and will
include many of you as both
community members and
employees. Let me briefly outline the overall stages of this
process.
Information and input collected from these community
engagement sessions will be
summarized and presented to
the Strategic Planning Team
during our sessions
in April. By the way,
I am looking for 25
community members
from across Monroe
County to be a part of
this important team
effort. This will be a
selected group of individuals, 25 community members and 25 employees, to reflect the geographic
and other rich diversities of
the Monroe County schools.
If you are interested in serving
on the Strategic Planning Team
you may complete an interest
application online at http://
www.keysschools.com/plan
or at any of the community
engagement sessions.
Community engagement
During the month of March,
I will be conducting six to
seven community engagement
sessions throughout Monroe
County. Each of these sessions
will be hosted by a community
member, held in an appropriate school or community facility, and will be approximately
90 minutes in length. I will
briefly outline some of the current strengths and challenges
of the Monroe County schools,
but will spend the majority of
the time listening to you, our
community members, on what
you want to see in your Monroe
County schools. Dates, times
Plan development
and locations can be found at
The Strategic Planning
http://www.keysschools.com.
Team will meet for a total
of 12 hours during sessions
on Tuesday, April 16, and
Saturday, April 20. During this
time they will develop four
to six large strategic objectives for the Monroe
County schools over
the next five-year
period. This work
will then be passed
along to Action
Teams, those responsible for identifying
the specific steps,
actions, results and
measurable outcomes to be
established in the first 12-18
months of the strategic plan.
All of which must be completed before the plan comes
back before the School Board
for approval in June. Lots of
work to be done — I need
your help!
Deployment and resources
Obviously a plan by itself
is of no real value. The value
comes in the deployment and
actions with expected out-
comes that are implemented
in accordance with the action
plans and aligned with the
strategic plan. The 2013-14
school year will be year one of
implementation of our strategic plan. It will be a year of
transition as we seek to align
our efforts and resources with
the identified priorities of our
strategic plan. While there are
sure to be some new initiatives
and refinement of ongoing
efforts, there will also be the
challenge of eliminating ineffective practices and efforts
as well. In the second half of
the 2013-14 school year we
will have our first opportunity to truly use the strategic
plan to formulate our budget
and planning for the 2014-15
school year. Resourcing a strategic plan is a critical stage in
the process.
We will of course begin with
the analysis and allocation
of existing resources to align
with the identified actions
of the strategic plan, but it
is also likely and foreseeable
that we may need additional
resources from our communities to support the efforts
they have identified. While
it is still too early to say for
sure, I am quite confident that
the Monroe County School
District, with proper approval
and authority of the School
Board, may need to ask our
communities to provide some
additional resources to fully
meet the priorities of our
strategic plan. By the time this
might happen, we would hope
to have restored the trust and
confidence of our communities so that we can once again
proclaim — great schools and
great communities simply go
together.
This is your call to action,
please join me in “Charting
the Course to Excellence in
the Monroe County Schools”
in whatever way you can.
Mark T. Porter is superintendent of the Monroe County
School District.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
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down to $25 a month, but
limiting the parking areas
to the former City Hall lot,
525 Angela St., which has 84
spots, and the Park-n-Ride
Shuttle lot, which offers 251
spots.
“This could be combined
with more comprehensive
changes such as reviving the
�Park-n-Ride’ Shuttle and
increase free bike and scooter parking,” Wilkins wrote
Monday in a memo to City
Manager Bob Vitas.
Right now, the city has
163 active permits for the
employee program that
started in the late 1980s as
a way for businesses to help
their workers afford the cost
of parking, according to a
city memo.
About 13 percent of the
city’s 1,260 streetside metered
parking spots is dedicated to
the employee assistance program, which has no official
hours, so employees may use
it anytime.
In Key West, most metered
parking spots have an average turnover rate of two
hours. But the employee
assistance parkers take up
a space for an average eight
hours a day, city staff said.
Residents must complete
an application, show proof
of employment along with
a notarized letter from an
employer and allow city staff
to photograph the car that
will wear the window sticker.
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on a first-come, first-served
basis.
Another proposal is to kill
the city’s Residential Metered
Parking Permit program,
which offers “hang-tags” for
the rearview mirrors of the
cars of residents without
driveways who live on streets
governed by city meters.
Key West has 48 active permits, at $106 apiece for one
year.
The program takes up
metered spaces for days, city
staff said, and it competes
“unfairly” with local businesses who charge about
$100 per month for a spot
downtown.
It’s too early to calculate
the cost to the city, since the
commission hasn’t given any
direction to staff, Wilkins
said.
“Some of the changes I will
propose will have a positive
impact by increasing meter
revenues; other changes
will result in a loss of fees,”
Wilkins wrote. “Street markings will be a significant
cost.”
Also on the agenda is
the “Employee Assistance
Parking Permit” program,
which right now offers downtown parking for workers at a
rate of $400 for four months.
A new proposal recommends knocking the rate
City
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city staff has talked about since 2006, after the
Palm Avenue bus headquarters were damaged
by Hurricane Wilma’s storm surge in 2005.
The transit center, planned for 3.9 acres on
the site of the former Solid Waste to Energy
facility, would include administrative offices,
fuel pumps and tanks and stations for bus
washing and fleet maintenance.
“This need has been known since 2006,”
wrote city engineer Birchard Ohlinger in a
memo to city staff, calling the present station
“undersized and in poor condition.”
City Commissioner Teri Johnston stood as
the lone dissenter, questioning whether the
$8.5 million bid would cover all costs.
After the meeting, Johnston said Key West
doesn’t need a new bus center with six bays,
no matter if state transportation grants cover
the building costs. While 100 percent of the
construction is likely to be paid for with state
money, she said, the demolition and the subsequent yearly maintenance will fall to the
city.
“We’re taking on another facility to maintain,” Johnston said, as Old City Hall emptied
after the 6 p.m. meeting.
The rest of the dais, Mayor Craig Cates
and City Commissioners Clayton Lopez, Billy
Wardlow, Jimmy Weekley and Tony Yaniz,
voted in favor of the contract. Commissioner
Mark Rossi was absent.
As for the Palm Avenue transit station,
Johnston said, “We own it.”
D.N. Higgins is a Key West firm that bid
on the project with a partnering design firm,
CDM Smith, of Ann Arbor, Mich.
state Legislature is reviewing: One to ban textmessaging while driving, making it a noncriminal traffic violation punishable by fines
between $30 and $60.
Florida law forbids cities and counties from
passing their own laws related to texting while
driving. Emergency workers and police officers on duty would still be able to text or email
while behind the wheel. Drivers stopped in
traffic jams or at stoplights could also text, the
bill states.
The commission also gave its support to a
second bill that would prohibit certain retail
stores from providing plastic disposable bags
at checkouts. Instead, businesses across
Florida would have to stock up on paper bags,
charging customers 10 cents apiece. Half of
the money would go to local schools, while
the rest would help the companies pay for the
new program, the bill states.
Beaches not trashed
City Commissioner Tony Yaniz chastised
The Citizen’s coverage of spring break’s toll
on Key West beaches, calling a front-page
photograph of trash-strewn sand an unfair
portrayal of what college kids left behind.
Photographs posted on Facebook were also
misleading and insulting to city maintenance
workers and police officers, he said.
“This crew this year was a heck of a lot
milder than any other year,” Yaniz said.
“Let’s not feed the dragon that we have
dirty, filthy beaches. Folks, this is your city.
You have to stand up and tell people this is a
wonderful place to come to and we know how
to take care of our guests.”
Yaniz said that arresting suspected litterbugs is a terrible idea.
“Having Tasers and paddywagons is not
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to solve the problem,” he said, again
Down with plastic, texting
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BY GARY FINEOUT
The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE — In an uncharacteristic moment, Florida Gov.
Rick Scott is already raising questions about some of the early budget proposals emerging from the
Republican-controlled Legislature.
Scott on Tuesday openly questioned whether or not House
Republicans were going to recommend a $2,500 across the board pay
raise for teachers. It’s one of Scott’s
priorities for the session.
The Republican governor noted
that the initial outline for the House
budget calls for across the board
pay raises for state workers but not
teachers. Scott called the distinction “interesting.”
“State workers deserve to be
paid fairly,” said Scott, who recommended a one-time bonus for state
employees in his proposed $74.2
billion budget. “But I find it interesting that the speaker is against the
pay raise for classroom teachers but
is OK with an across the board pay
raise for state workers.”
Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, responded to the governor initially on
Twitter, suggesting that the governor’s
staff had misread the initial House
proposals. He ended his message on
Twitter with (hash)truth. He pointed
out later that the House had pledged
to set aside more than $1 billion in
extra money for public schools.
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WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2013
Today is the 79th day of 2013
and the first day of spring.
TODAY’S HISTORY: In
1922, the USS Langley was
commissioned as the first U.S.
Navy aircraft carrier.
In 1952, the U.S. Senate
ratified a peace treaty returning
sovereignty to Japan.
In 1987, the FDA approved
AZT, a drug shown to delay
the development of AIDS and
to prevent the transmission of
HIV from mother to child during
birth.
In 1995, members of the
Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo
released sarin gas into the
Tokyo Metro subway system,
killing 13 and injuring more
than 1,000.
TODAY’S
BIRTHDAYS:
B.F. Skinner (1904-1990),
psychologist; Sir Michael
Redgrave (1908-1985), actor;
Carl Reiner (1922- ), comedy
w r i t e r / d i r e c t o r / p e r fo r m e r ;
Fred Rogers (1928-2003), TV
personality; William Hurt (1950), actor; Spike Lee (1957- ),
filmmaker; Holly Hunter (1958), actress; Kathy Ireland (1963), model/actress; David Thewlis
(1963- ), actor.
TODAY’S
FACT:
The
constitution of Japan, adopted
in 1947, forbids the country
from participating in wars.
TODAY’S SPORTS: In
1934, Mildred “Babe” Didrikson
pitched one inning of exhibition
baseball for the Philadelphia
Athletics in a game against the
Brooklyn Dodgers. She allowed
one walk and no hits.
TODAY’S QUOTE: “ We
shouldn’t teach great books; we
should teach a love of reading.”
-- B.F. Skinner
TODAY’S NUMBER: 1 -acting credit on the resume
of Fred Rogers in which the
actor portrayed anyone other
than the host of “Mister Rogers’
Neighborhood.”
Rogers
portrayed a reverend on one
episode of “Dr. Quinn, Medicine
Woman” in 1996.
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Sheriff: Disappearance staged
Fla. man charged in Facebook fraud
Playboy lawsuit settled
To law enforcement agencies, the disappearance of a Missouri woman and
her young daughter for four days had all
the markings of an abduction: a cryptic
text message asking for help, a phone
call that sounded like it was being read
from a script, an ex-husband with a history of domestic violence.
Instead, Rachel Koechner told investigators Monday night that she slipped
away with Devon Sandner, the ex-husband who’s the father of her 4-year-old
daughter, last week as part of a plan
she devised a day before they took off.
Koechner, Sandner and their child were
found Monday in a home in Linn County
about 100 miles northeast of Kansas City
after someone saw them getting gas in
nearby Brookfield and called police.
A Florida investment adviser was charged
Tuesday in an $8 million securities fraud
scheme that federal prosecutors say capitalized
on enthusiasm for Facebook shares.
Craig L. Berkman was arrested at his home in
Odessa, Fla., and held after a court appearance
in Tampa until a hearing Thursday.
The 71-year-old businessman was charged
with two counts each of securities fraud and
wire fraud, accused of claiming to own Facebook
shares before the company went public in May
when he didn’t directly own shares. Prosecutors
said he pocketed much of the $8 million he
received from more than 50 investors. If convicted, he could face up to 80 years in prison.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said Berkman
“seized on the interest in a highly coveted investment opportunity to swindle investors out of
millions.”
A Delaware judge has approved
the settlement of a class-action
lawsuit over Playboy magazine
founder Hugh Hefner’s successful bid to take the company private.
In the settlement approved
Tuesday, shareholders of Playboy
Enterprises Inc. agreed to accept
$5.25 million in cash in return
for dropping the lawsuit. After
attorney fees and expenses,
they’ll receive about $4 million,
or 17 cents per share.
Hefner proposed the buyout
in 2010, offering $5.50 a share
for the roughly 30 percent of
Playboy’s outstanding voting
shares he didn’t own.
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Evan Harper, 9, climbs into the back of a real space suit Tuesday
at the Capitol in Austin. The space suit was part of a NASA exhibit
�Driven To Explore,’ which featured one of only eight moonrocks that
the public can touch, and an autograph session with NASA astronaut
Peggy Whitson. The activities were in conjunction with Space Day,
which was part of Space Week Texas.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
NEW YORK — A man who
initially recanted sex abuse
allegations against the former
puppeteer of the “Sesame
Street” character Elmo has
sued him, alleging the entertainer lured
him into drugfueled sex when
he was 16.
Stephens
“I was taken
advantage of by someone a
lot older, and manipulated,”
Sheldon Stephens, who’s now
24, told a Manhattan news
conference on Tuesday.
He said he had met puppeteer Kevin Clash at a networking event for models and
actors, and was later brought
by limousine from his home
in Pennsylvania to a New York
apartment. There, Stephens
said, Clash smoked crystal
meth while giving the teenager
another recreational drug.
In a federal
lawsuit filed
Monday in
Pennsylvania,
Stephens
accused the 52Clash
year-old Clash
of sexual battery for childhood sexual abuse; travel with
intent to engage in illicit sexual
conduct; and coercion and
enticement to sexual activity.
Stephens is asking for unspecified damages and coverage of
his legal expenses.
Clash’s attorney, Michael
Berger, said in a statement
Tuesday that his client denies
any wrongdoing. He said
Stephens already admitted he
had had an adult consensual
relationship with Clash.
Three other men also are
suing Clash, alleging underage sex. Clash resigned from
“Sesame Street” in November.
Last year, Bromell shared in
Emmy and Golden Globe bestdrama awards for Showtime’s
“Homeland.” In 1992, he won
a Humanitas
Prize, given
to work that
meaningfully
explores the
human condiвњ¬вњ¬вњ¬вњ¬вњ¬
tion, for the TV
drama “I’ll Fly
LOS ANGELES — Henry
Bromell
Away.”
Bromell, an Emmy AwardBromell was “an immensely
winning executive producer
for the TV series “Homeland,” talented and prolific” writer
has died, a representative said and producer, Showtime said
in a statement. His other TV
Tuesday. He was 66.
credits included “Northern
Bromell died Monday at
Exposure,” “Chicago Hope,”
a Los Angeles area hospital,
�’Rubicon” and “Brotherhood.”
Peter Benedek, his longtime
“Henry was a profoundly
agent and friend, said Tuesday.
decent and generous man.
The cause of death could
A great writer and a great
not be confirmed.
friend,” �’Homeland” executive producers Alex Gansa
and Howard Gordon said in a
statement. “Everybody here at
�Homeland’ is grieving, and we
will miss him beyond words.”
He is survived by his wife,
Sarah, and sons William and
Jake, Benedek said.
Funeral plans were not
immediately announced.
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NEW YORK — An Englishlanguage edition of a 2010
book co-authored by Jorge
Mario Bergoglio, now Pope
Francis, will be published in
May.
Image Books, a “Catholicinterest” imprint of Random
House Inc., announced
Tuesday that “On Heaven and
Earth: Pope Francis on Faith,
Family and the Church in the
21st Century” will come out
May 7. The book was co-written by Rabbi Abraham Skorka,
Rector of the Latin American
Rabbinical Seminary in
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
According to Image Books,
“On Heaven and Earth”
includes discussions between
the two religious leaders on
everything from atheism and
euthanasia to abortion and
globalization.
A Spanish-language edition
was released in Latin America
and Spain in 2010 by Random
House Mondadori. Vintage
Espanol, also a Random
House imprint, will publish
the Spanish edition in North
America.
NRC orders nuclear sites to upgrade vents
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Marine Brig. Gen. Jim Lukeman addresses the media Tuesday outside
the gates of Camp Lejeune, N.C.
The Pentagon bans 60 mm
mortar round after deaths
BY SCOTT SONNER
AND TED BRIDIS
The Associated Press
HAWTHORNE, Nev. — A
mortar shell explosion killed
seven Marines and injured
a half-dozen more during
mountain warfare training in
Nevada’s high desert, prompting the Pentagon to immediately halt the use of the weapons until an investigation can
determine their safety, officials
said Tuesday.
The explosion occurred
Monday night at the Hawthorne
Army Depot, a sprawling
facility used by troops heading overseas, during an exercise involving the 2nd Marine
Expeditionary Force from
Camp Lejeune, N.C. Several
Marines from the unit were
injured in the blast, authorities said.
The mortar round exploded in its firing tube during
the exercise, Brig. Gen. Jim
Lukeman said at a news conference at Camp Lejeune. He
said investigators were trying
to determine the cause of the
malfunction.
The Pentagon expanded
a temporary ban to prohibit
the military from firing any 60
mm mortar rounds until the
results of the investigation. The
Marine Corps said Tuesday a
“blanket suspension” of 60 mm
mortars and associated firing
tubes is in effect.
The Pentagon earlier had
suspended use of all highexplosive and illumination
mortar rounds that were in the
same manufacturing lots as
ones fired in Nevada.
It was not immediately clear
whether more than a single
round exploded, a Marine
Corps official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the official wasn’t
authorized to speak about an
ongoing investigation.
Eight men under the age of 30
were taken to Renown Regional
Medical Center in Reno with
injuries, such as penetrating
trauma, fractures and vascular
injuries.
One of them died, four were
in serious condition, two were
in fair condition and another
was discharged, said spokesman Mark Earnest.
The identities of those killed
won’t be released until 24
hours after their families are
notified.
“We send our prayers and
condolences to the families of
Marines involved in this tragic
incident,” said the force’s commander, Maj. Gen. Raymond
C. Fox. “We mourn their loss,
and it is with heavy hearts we
remember their courage and
sacrifice.”
The rescue was complicated
by the remoteness of the site,
which is favored because the
harsh geography simulates
conditions in Afghanistan.
WASHINGTON — U.S.
nuclear power plants must
upgrade ventilation systems
at 31 reactors with designs
similar to those that melted
down two years ago in Japan,
under a Nuclear Regulatory
Commission order that stops
short of requiring filtered vents,
as some safety advocates and
NRC’s staff had urged.
The filters are required in
Japan and much of Europe,
but U.S. utilities say they are
unnecessary and expensive.
The order issued Tuesday
requires U.S. operators to
upgrade vents to ensure they
remain operable even during
severe accidents, such as the
March 2011 earthquake and
tsunami that crippled Japan’s
Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear
plant. The tsunami sent three
of the plant’s reactors into meltdown in the world’s worst nuclear crisis in a quarter-century.
The commission said the
order will improve safety and
help prevent radioactive particles from escaping into the
atmosphere after a Japan-style
meltdown.
The commission also directed its staff to study a rule requir-
ing filters at two dozen nuclear
sites with 31 boiling water reactors similar to the ones in Japan
that melted down. The commission also will consider a performance-based approach that
would use existing systems to
achieve similar results to limit
release of radioactive materials.
The rule would not be finalized
until 2017.
NRC Chairman Allison
Macfarlane said the commission reached its decision after
months of review, as the fivemember panel considered a
host of post-Fukushima safety
reforms. The NRC issued several orders last year on the first
anniversary of the disaster,
including a requirement that
plants install or improve venting systems to limit core damage in a serious accident.
“I compliment my colleagues and the staff for their
sustained efforts on this issue
and for taking a hard look at a
complex matter,” Macfarlane
said in a statement. Macfarlane
took over the agency last summer after its former chairman,
Gregory Jaczko, resigned amid
complaints about an unyielding management style that
fellow commissioners and
agency employees described
as bullying.
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Macfarlane, a geologist, has
pledged a strong commitment
to collegiality since taking over
the agency last July.
Commission records show
she and commissioner George
Apostolakis, both Democrats,
supported the filter requirement but were outvoted by the
three other commissioners.
Edwin Lyman, a nuclear expert at the Union of
Concerned Scientists, a watchdog group, called the commission’s decision disappointing.
“We think the (NRC) staff
made a sound case” for the
filter requirement, Lyman said.
“We don’t think we need more
study.”
Lyman and other critics
blamed the decision on intense
lobbying against the rule by
the nuclear industry.
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The terms of their agreement as part of IDDS were not
released.
“I don’t feel comfortable
going into that because these
are juveniles, but generally
speaking there is counseling, community service and
things along those lines,”
said State Attorney Catherine
Vogel. “This is a just resolution. The intent is that they
learn a lesson, but they also
have the opportunity to keep
their records clean. We don’t
want them to not be able to
join the military or get into a
good college and this resolution accomplishes that.”
IDDS can require an
offender to do a lot of different things, as the program
— funded by the Department
of Juvenile Justice and administrated by the Sheriff’s Office
— is tailored to each case, said
Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman
Becky Herrin.
“It really depends on the
child and the offense, but
typically it means counseling that includes monitoring the kid’s grades, meeting
with the family and drug testing is sometimes a part of it.
Restitution is sometimes part
of it. Community service is
sometimes part of it. There is
a wide range of things and it
is very intensive in terms of
being tailored to each individual child and case.”
A third co-defendant, 12,
filed a motion to dismiss via
attorney Sam Kaufman. That
hearing was scheduled before
Audlin on April 16.
“These airsoft pistols don’t
meet the definition of a
weapon in the state statute,”
Kaufman said outside court.
“They’re non-lethal. To me,
this a school disciplinary issue
and not a legal issue.”
The Feb. 20 incident took
place soon after classes had
started for the day, and resulted
in a lockdown of the Leon Street
school for several hours.
Police responded to the
scene and the boys were
identified, detained and processed.
No one was harmed, but a
broken intercom system led
to some confusion. Teachers
were informed about the
lockdown by email, and the
police were actually called by
the parents of a student, who
had called home to say she
was safe.
A full debriefing was later
conducted with Schools
Superintendent Mark Porter,
officials with the Key West
Police Department and the
School District, and HOB
Principal Mike Henriquez.
On Thursday, Henriquez
revealed that the three boys
had already served “multiple-day suspensions” from
school.
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BY TERRY SCHMIDA
Citizen Staff
If that old adage that “the
longest journey begins with a
single step” is true, than sexual
abuse survivor Lauren Book is
well on the way to completing
her trip.
Book’s journey is a personal
odyssey of healing.
From the time she was 11, the
Aventura native was sexually
molested and otherwise physically abused by a nanny for over
six years.
She has not let the experience
defeat her, however.
On Tuesday morning, Book
laced up her trusty Brooks
running shoes, paused for a
photo op at the Southernmost
Point, and began walking — to
Tallahassee.
Beginning in 2010, Book has
undertaken an annual walk
across Florida to the state capitol to raise awareness about
child sexual abuse and help
lobby for specific legislation.
Book is also the founder of
the Lauren’s Kids nonprofit and
the author of a memoir, “It’s
OK to Tell: A Story of Hope and
Recovery.”
This year’s Walk in My Shoes
event will see Book criss-crossing the state, walking 1,500 miles
to the capitol steps, where a
“Rally in Tally” will stress Book’s
2013 legislative priorities.
“We’re trying to create a standardized abuse prevention curriculum that will reach every
child in the state in grades one
through five,” said Book, who
previously championed a similar, successful initiative for prekindergarten and kindergarten
students. “Protecting our kids
is just as important as teach-
ing them their ABC’s and 123’s.
And 95 percent of sexual abuse
is preventable through education.”
Book, whose father is a wellknown attorney and lobbyist, is
also pushing for passage of HB
7031, which would extend the
“victimless prosecution” option
— currently available to victims
11 years old and younger — to
children as old as 16.
“Basically, information gathered during an interview at a
child advocacy center by a child
protective team member or an
investigator could be used in
court so that the victim wouldn’t
need to testify on the stand,”
Book explained.
Should the bill pass, it will be
yet another legislative feather in
Book’s cap.
She has devoted her life to
working with her foundation to
further the cause of child sex
abuse victims, and has advocated for a number of legislative
initiatives over the years, including HB 525, which, in 2010,
eliminated the statute of limitations for both civil and criminal
prosecutions for crimes related
to sexual assault committed
against children under 16.
Last year, Book promoted
HB 1355, which requires anyone with knowledge of abuse
of children to call the Florida
Photos by MIKE HENTZ/The Citizen
From left is sister Sam Book, photographer Omar Vega, Lauren Book
and walk director Anne Marie Frawley moving along the Heritage Trail
on Stock Island Tuesday on the way to Big Coppitt. At left, Lauren
Book speaks to a crowd Tuesday in Key West.
Department of Children and
Families’ (DCF) hotline, at 1800-962-2873. That law became
effective in October.
Lauren’s Kids has also partnered with DCF to launch the
Don’t Miss the Signs campaign,
an attempt to educate adults
on the warning signs of child
abuse, and the process of making a report.
Book said she got the idea for
the walks while healing from
her own experience.
“It was really important to me
to come up with a way to meet
other individuals, and find out
how they’re helping themselves,
and where they go for help,”
Book said. “I figured that the
best way was to hit the road and
walk, and talk with people. Over
the years it really has helped
make a difference. I see people now that I met on my first
walk who didn’t know where to
turn back then, and now they’re
doing better, maybe in stable
relationships. It’s all about helping survivors to be survivors.”
On Tuesday, Book held a
press conference and rally at
the Key West Publix, where she
promoted Walk in My Shoes.
Among the attendees was
Monroe County State Attorney
Catherine Vogel.
“We really appreciate all the
work done by victim’s advocates,
including Lauren Book,” Vogel
said. “This is a really amazing
thing that she’s doing.”
Book’s walk across the state
will take in 55 events in 42
days, including a stop 10 a.m.
today at Christina’s Courage,
1663 Dunlap Drive in Key West,
where she will connect with
survivors at the sexual assault
treatment center.
To donate to Book’s cause, or
more information, visit www.
laurenskids.org.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
1B
GIVE IT A RIDE
MARLINS SCORE RUNS, BUT LOSE, 3B
PREP BASEBALL: CORAL SHORES AT KEY WEST, 7:30 P.M.
SPORTS SHORTS
Looking Ahead? Maybe
Brandon
Presley
Conchs’ goal is No. 1 seed in District 16-4A
BY RALPH MORROW
Citizen Sports Editor
ERIC RISBERG/The Associated Press
The Dominican Republic’s Jose Reyes (7)
celebrates after hitting a double against
Puerto Rico during the first inning of
Tuesday’s championship game of the World
Baseball Classic in San Francisco. DR led,
2-0, after one inning.
Owners stall on helmet law
PHOENIX — Concerned with how it will be
officiated, NFL owners delayed voting Tuesday
on a rule change that would ban offensive
players from using the crown of their helmets
against defenders in the open field.
After approving two other rule changes to
enhance player safety, they stalled on the more
contentious issue.
The owners outlawed peel-back blocks anywhere on the field. Also banned is overloading
a formation while attempting to block a field
goal or extra point.
MLB, NFL face sked dilemma
PHOENIX — Major League Baseball is looking
into a solution to a scheduling issue that could
prevent the Super Bowl champion Ravens from
opening next season in Baltimore.
Traditionally, the NFL’s champs kick off the
season on the Thursday night after Labor Day
with a home game. But the Orioles are set
to play the White Sox that night at Camden
Yards, which uses the same parking lots as the
Ravens’ stadium.
“From a baseball competitive standpoint, it
would be very difficult to change times. We’re
talking about September,” said MLB senior vice
president Katy Feeney.
KEY WEST — When Coral Shores comes visiting to Key West (or vice versa), you can count on
it being an important sports event. And it will be
no different at 7:30 tonight, when the Hurricanes
and Conchs hook up in a District 16-4A baseball
game at Rex Weech Field.
Key West goes into the game, perhaps looking
forward a bit. The Conchs are 10-3 overall and 31 in the district, much improved from a year ago.
Coral Shores is 6-5 overall, but only 0-3, including an earlier loss to Key West, in the district. The
Conchs are looking to wrap up tonight’s game,
then look to the April 6 game against St. Brendan,
which, with another victory, would lock up the
No. 1 seed in the district tournament.
“For us, it’s a three-game season,” said
Conch Coach Miguel Menendez on Tuesday.
“Wednesday’s game, the game against St.
Brendan and the district semifinal.” Wins in
those games would assure Key West of going
into the state playoffs. From there, the Conchs
figure it’s anyone’s game — including a 12th state
championship for Key West.
After tonight’s game, Key West heads to the
Orlando area to play four games, MondayThursday, in the Central Florida Spring Break
Grand Slam. After that, the Conchs face Dade
Christian on April 5 at Rex Weech before facing
St. Brendan on the following night.
Brandon Presley (3-2 on the season) will start
tonight’s game for Key West, while Menendez
tries to give some rest to the body of Darren
Miller, who has become the staff ace with Chris
Garcia aching most of the season. “Brandon will
pitch 3 or 4 innings, then we’ll see, based on the
score and situation,” said Menendez. “Darren
could come if we need a late-inning closer.”
While his regular players get some rest,
Menendez will have the benefit of three play-
Canes riding 5-game win streak to Rex Weech
BY J. W. COOKE
Citizen Staff Writer
The Coral Shores High baseball
team rolled its win streak over to
five games on Tuesday afternoon
with a 13-5 victory against South
Florida Baseball Conference (SFBC)
foe Archbishop Curley, a day before
it heads south to play District 16-4A
rival Key West High tonight.
“Their pitcher threw a lot of
strikes, but wasn’t the fastest so we
were able to get our bat around on
him,” said Coral Shores coach Pat
Meyers. “We play a lot of young guys
but they are starting to hit the ball
and get better at bats and feel a bit
more comfortable in the field and I
think that makes a big difference,”
Dalton Falcucci and Kurt Sentz each
had a pair of hits in the win, while Sal
Barrios tripled and Ian Thompson
singled for Coral Shores (7-5 overall,
6-2 SFBC). But it was a Kalen Carter
two-RBI double that really got the
Hurricanes’ rally started.
Down 1-0 headed into the fourth
inning the Hurricanes scored 5
run to take the four-run lead. The
Knights cut into the lead with a pair
of runs before Coral Shores put up
seven runs in the sixth inning to
take control of the game at 12-3.
Up only two, Carter broke the
game open with a double off the top
of the fence to give the Hurricanes
a four-run lead and from there the
Hurricanes never looked back. Carter
was also big on the mound, picking
up the win in five innings of work. He
allowed four earned runs on six hits
and struck out five. Matt Cavanaugh
closed the game working the final two
innings, striking out two.
After defeating Miami Country
Day in a doubleheader, 10-8 and
TODAY IN THE KEYS
PREP BASEBALL
Coral Shores at Key West, 7:30 p.m.
12-1, on Saturday,
the Hurricanes
will start Will
Goodwin
tonight at Rex
We e c h
Field. This is
the team’s final game before playing
in the Rich Hoffman Tournament
during Spring Break. The ’Canes
will play a game Monday through
Thursday.
“We are looking forward to playing Key West,” said Meyers. “They are
upbeat and feel confident. I think we
will give them a good game.”
[email protected]
Fins grab 8-1 SFBC victory over MCD
J.W. COOKE/The Citizen
KEYS CALENDAR
ers called
up from
the Junior
Varsity
since that
team concluded
its season on
Saturday.
The
three,
Austin
Kimbler, Hunter
Sellers and Jay
Feathers,
are
all pitchers and
could see action
tonight.
rmorrow@
keysnews.com
1 South Florida Baseball
Conference (SFBC) victory
Citizen Staff Writer
at Miami Country Day on
MIAMI — It took nearly Tuesday evening.
The Dolphins (8-6 overall,
the entire game, but in its
final swing, the Marathon 5-3 SFBC) produced three
High baseball team bats
See MARATHON, page 3B
exploded to secure the 8-
BY J.W. COOKE
Marathon shortstop
Carlos O’Farrill secures
the ball as Miami
Country Day’s Michael
Fente steals second
base on Tuesday on the
Spartan home field.
PREP SOFTBALL
LaSalle at Marathon, 5 p.m.
PREP TENNIS
Key West vs. St. Brendan at Coral Shores,
10:30 a.m.
Marathon Intersquad Match at Community
Park, 3:15 p.m.
TODAY ON TV
EXTREME SPORTS
ESPN — X Games, at Tignes, France, 1
p.m.
ESPN — X Games, at Tignes, France
(same-day tape), 10:30 p.m.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
ESPN2 — Preseason, Boston vs. N.Y.
Yankees, at Tampa, 1 p.m.
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
TRUTV — NCAA Division I tournament,
LIU Brooklyn vs. James Madison, at
Dayton, Ohio, 6:30 p.m.
ESPN2 — NIT, first round, Indiana St. at Iowa,
7 p.m.
ESPN2 — NIT, first round, Long Beach
St. at Baylor, 9 p.m.
TRUTV — NCAA Division I tournament, first
round, Boise State vs. La Salle, at Dayton,
Ohio, 9 p.m.
NBA
SUN — Miami at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
FSN — Orlando at New York, 7:30
p.m.
ESPN — Brooklyn at Dallas, 8 p.m.
NHL HOCKEY
NBCSN — Minnesota at Detroit, 7:30
p.m.
FLORIDA LOTTERY
COED SOFTBALL
Menendez family fuels T&W Chevron in extra
BY RON COOKE
Citizen Staff
KEY WEST — Juanito Menendez
clubbed a double and three singles
for three RBI, driving in an insurance
run in the eighth and extra inning,
but it was his better half, Amber
Menendez, who singled home the
go-ahead run with a sacrifice fly to
help T&W Chevron zoom past Mr.
Z’s, 7-5, last Monday night and Chuck Malby each nailed a DONS PLACE 5, MR. Z’S 2
Chris Needham and Samantha
in Key West Coed base hit.
Smithwick each clubbed a
For Mr. Z’s, J.W. Cooke sinSoftball
three-base hit and base hit,
g l e d
Kendall Harden singled
League action.
Dylan Kibler doubled, singled twice and scored an insurance
run, Sharon Wiley ripped a twobase hit and base hit, Brian Barrios t w i c e
singled twice as Ben Blattenberger but it
was his
double that
scored the tying
run in the bottom
of the seventh.
Laura Garcia, Tina
Godfrey and Tim
Davis each singled
twice, Lauren Pazo
tripled and with
one hit apiece were
Donny
Barrios
coming
home
for the tying run,
Tori Solano and
Ron Cooke, who
owes the next
case.
three times, Lauren Wells
went yard, the first of the
new season, and singled
as Paul Sanchez,
Daniel Garcia and
Chichi Rodriquez all
singled.
For Mr. Z’s, J.W.
Cooke tripled and
singled, J.C. Edwards
roped a two-base hit
and base hit, Tim Davis
singled twice as Tori
Solano, Brian Barrios
and Ron Cooke slugged
one hit apiece.
CONCH TOWN 12,
T & W CHEVRON 9
J.C. Edwards
smacked three triples
and a base hit to drive
in four runs, Clinton
Storr singled three times,
Chelsea Storr, Joal Rivero
tripled and singled, Howie
Schneider drilled a double
and singled, Vanessa Kreider
slapped a pair of base
hits, as Brittany
See COED,
page 3B
See: http://www.flalottery.com
RON COOKE/The Citizen
Mr. Z’s batter Ron Cooke is in disbelief that he had just fouled out as umpire
Ricky Gonzalez watches the debacle last week in Monday Night Coed League
action at Pepe Hernandez Field. How did he take his own picture?
KEYSNEWS.COM — AND SPORTS TOO
Tina Godfrey
shows how to hit
2B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
SPORTS: Scoreboard
SPREADS
MLB SPRING TRAINING
AMERICAN LEAGUE
GLANTZ-CULVER
NCAA Basketball Tournament
First Round Tonight
FAVORITE
LINE O/U
UNDERDOG
LIU
112вЃ„ (144)
James Madison
1
LaSalle
Boise St.
1 2вЃ„ (139)
Second Round Thursday at Lexington, Ky.
Louisville
28
Liberty
OR
Louisville
26 NC A&T
1
Colorado St.
Missouri
3
(142 2вЃ„ )
1
Davidson
Marquette
3 2вЃ„ (133)
1
1
Bucknell
Butler
3 2вЃ„ (122 2вЃ„ )
At Auburn Hills, Mich.
Michigan St.
1012вЃ„ (12612вЃ„ )
Valparaiso
1
Middle Tenn.
Memphis
4 2вЃ„
OR
Memphis
112вЃ„
Saint Mary’s (Calif.)
1
Akron
VCU
7 2вЃ„ (135)
Michigan
11 (139)
S. Dakota St.
At Salt Lake City
Gonzaga
22 (127)
Southern U.
1
Wichita St.
Pittsburgh
4 2вЃ„ (119)
1
1
Harvard
New Mexico
11 2вЃ„ (125 2вЃ„ )
1
Belmont
Arizona
4 2вЃ„ (140)
At San Jose, Calif.
Oklahoma St. 3
(135)
Oregon
Saint Louis
9
(122)
New Mexico St.
1
California
UNLV
2 2вЃ„ (131)
1
1
Montana
Syracuse
12 2вЃ„ (127 2вЃ„ )
Friday at Philadelphia
Duke
18 (13212вЃ„ )
Albany (NY)
Creighton
3
(128)
Cincinnati
1
Fla. Gulf Coast
Georgetown
13 (123 2вЃ„ )
1
Oklahoma
San Diego St. 2 2вЃ„ (134)
At Dayton, Ohio
Indiana
20
LIU
OR
Indiana
20
James Madison
1
Temple
NC State
4 2вЃ„ (149)
1
Iona
Ohio St.
13 2вЃ„ (146)
Notre Dame
1
(141)
Iowa St.
At Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas
20 (133)
W. Kentucky
1
Villanova
North Carolina 4
(142 2вЃ„ )
Wisconsin
6
(128)
Mississippi
Kansas St.
4
Boise St.
OR
Kansas St.
4
LaSalle
At Austin, Texas
Florida
20 (140)
Northwestern St.
Minnesota
3
(135)
UCLA
1
Pacific
Miami
12 2вЃ„ (125)
1
Colorado
Illinois
1 2вЃ„ (127)
NIT
First Round
at Iowa
at Providence
at UMass
at Tennessee
at Baylor
at S’ern Miss.
at Arizona St.
1
12 2вЃ„
1
9 2вЃ„
1
4 2вЃ„
9
1
12 2вЃ„
14
4
CBI Tournament
First Round
at Purdue
14
1
Richmond
5 2вЃ„
1
at Wright St.
5 2вЃ„
1
at W. Michigan 1 2вЃ„
1
Texas
2 2вЃ„
(133)
Indiana St.
(137)
Charlotte
(14012вЃ„ )
Stony Brook
1
Mercer
(125 2вЃ„ )
(149)
Long Beach St.
1
(141 2⁄ ) Cha’ston Southern
(153)
Detroit
(11512вЃ„ )
(14612вЃ„ )
(127)
(12412вЃ„ )
(14812вЃ„ )
W. Illinois
at Bryant
Tulsa
N. Dakota St.
at Houston
College Insider Tournament
First Round
at Canisius
7
(143)
at Tulane
6
(140)
at Bradley
Pk (133)
1
at Ill.-Chicago 11 (128 2вЃ„ )
at Texas-Arl.
4
(133)
1
at Weber St.
6 2вЃ„ (129)
Air Force
1
(146)
at UC Irvine
8
(133)
1
at N. Iowa
15 2вЃ„ (130)
at Kent St.
6
(126)
Elon
South Alabama
Green Bay
Chicago St.
Oral Roberts
Cal Poly
at Hawaii
High Point
North Dakota
Fairfield
NBA
FAVORITE
Miami
Toronto
at Atlanta
at New York
Boston
at Dallas
at Houston
Oklahoma City
at San Antonio
at Phoenix
at L.A. Clippers
UNDERDOG
at Cleveland
at Charlotte
Milwaukee
Orlando
at New Orleans
Brooklyn
Utah
at Memphis
Golden State
Washington
Philadelphia
NHL
FAVORITE
at Toronto
at Detroit
at Edmonton
at Colorado
at Anaheim
LINE
11
7
5
10
1
1
4 2вЃ„
8
2
1
8 2вЃ„
Pk
1
11 2вЃ„
LINE
-135
-135
-115
-125
-115
UNDERDOG
Tampa Bay
Minnesota
San Jose
Dallas
Chicago
LINE
+115
+115
-105
+105
-105
Kansas City
Baltimore
Seattle
Cleveland
Tampa Bay
Detroit
Boston
Chicago
Texas
Minnesota
Houston
Oakland
Toronto
New York
Los Angeles
W
17
14
16
14
14
14
13
10
12
11
9
9
9
9
5
L
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
9
12
12
12
12
13
15
13
Pct
.739
.700
.696
.636
.609
.583
.542
.526
.500
.478
.429
.429
.409
.375
.278
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W
L
Pct
Atlanta
14
11
.560
Colorado
11
10
.524
San Diego
13
13
.500
St. Louis
11
11
.500
Arizona
11
12
.478
Philadelphia
11
12
.478
Miami
10
11
.476
Washington
10
11
.476
San Francisco
9
10
.474
Chicago
12
14
.462
New York
8
10
.444
Pittsburgh
10
13
.435
Milwaukee
9
12
.429
Los Angeles
9
13
.409
Cincinnati
8
14
.364
NOTE: Split-squad games count in the standings; games against non-major league teams
do not.
Monday’s Games
N.Y. Mets 3, St. Louis 2
Miami 6, Minnesota 2, 5 innings
Pittsburgh 4, Boston 3
Atlanta 17, Philadelphia 10
Detroit 5, Washington 1
Seattle 6, Oakland 5
Cleveland 4, Milwaukee 2
Arizona 5, L.A. Dodgers 3
Chicago Cubs 5, San Diego 2
Texas 8, Kansas City 2
Cincinnati 4, Colorado 3
Tuesday’s Games
Philadelphia 4, N.Y. Yankees 1
St. Louis 5, Miami 4
Toronto 10, Houston 6
Tampa Bay 11, Detroit 5
Baltimore 8, Boston 7
Milwaukee 6, L.A. Angels 1
Cincinnati 10, Chicago White Sox 6
Colorado 7, Kansas City 2
L.A. Dodgers 7, Oakland 1
Chicago Cubs 5, Texas 4
San Diego 6, Arizona 2
San Francisco vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., late
CARDINALS 5, MARLINS 4
Miami
St. Louis
ab r h bi
ab rh bi
Pierre lf
4 1 2 1 Descalso 2b
41 20
Yelich lf
0 0 0 0 M.Carpenter 3b 4 0 1 2
Polanco 3b
4 0 1 2 Holliday lf
40 00
Valaika 3b
0 0 0 0 Chambers lf
00 00
Stanton rf
3 0 1 0 Craig 1b
41 11
Figgins rf
0 0 0 0 Ma.Adams 1b 0 0 0 0
Dobbs 1b
3 0 0 0 Taveras cf-rf
41 10
Kotchman 1b 1 0 0 0 S.Robinson rf-cf 4 0 1 1
Solano 2b
3 1 1 0 Kozma ss
31 00
E.Lucas ph-2b 1 0 0 0 A.Perez c
30 00
Brantly c
4 0 1 0 S.Miller p
10 00
J.Realmuto c 0 0 0 0 J.Kelly p
21 21
Ruggiano cf 3 0 1 0 Rosenthal p
00 00
G.Hernandez cf 1 0 0 0 Boggs p
00 00
Hechavarria ss 3 1 1 1
N.Green ss
1000
Ja.Turner p
2000
Qualls p
0000
J.Brown ph
1110
Da.Jennings p 0 0 0 0
Koehler p
0000
Kouzmanoff ph 1 0 0 0
Totals
35 4 9 4 Totals
33 5 8 5
Miami
St. Louis
000 000 400
000 221 00x
—
—
E—Dobbs (1). DP—Miami 1. LOB—Miami 5,
St. Louis 5. 2B—Ruggiano (1), Descalso (1),
M.Carpenter (7). HR—Craig (2). SB—Taveras (1).
IP H R ER BB SO
Miami
Ja.Turner L,0-2
5 7 4 4 1 2
Qualls
1 1 1 0 0 0
Da.Jennings
1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1
Koehler
2-3 0 0 0 0 2
St. Louis
S.Miller W,2-0
4 1 0 0 1 3
J.Kelly
3 8 4 4 0 0
Rosenthal
1 0 0 0 0 0
Boggs S,1-1
1 0 0 0 0 0
WP—Ja.Turner, J.Kelly.
Umpires—Home, Sean Barber; First, James Hoye;
Second, CB Bucknor; Third, Angel Hernandez.
T—2:18. A—5,704 (7,000).
WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC
SEMIFINALS
Sunday at San Francisco
Puerto Rico 3, Japan 1
Monday’s Result
Dominican Republic 4, Netherlands 1
CHAMPIONSHIP
Tuesday at San Francisco
Puerto Rico vs. Dominican Republic, late
GOLF
PGA TOUR
ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL
Site: Orlando
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday.
Course: Bay Hill Club and Lodge (7,419 yards,
Today’s Games
par 72).
Toronto vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, 1:05 p.m.
Purse: $6.2 million. Winner’s share: $1,116,000.
Boston vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 1:05 p.m.
Television: Golf Channel (Thursday, 3-6 p.m.,
Washington vs. Miami at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m.
8:30-11:30 p.m.; Friday, 12:30-3:30 a.m., 3-6
Pittsburgh vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m.
p.m., 8:30-11:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 12:30-5
San Francisco (ss) vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz.,
p.m., 9:30 p.m.-3 a.m.) and NBC (Saturday4:05 p.m.
Sunday, 2:30-6 p.m.).
Milwaukee vs. San Francisco (ss) at Scottsdale,
Last year: Tiger Woods won his first PGA Tour
Ariz., 4:05 p.m.
victory since a sex scandal at the end of 2009,
Arizona vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz.,
beating Graeme McDowell by five strokes for his
4:05 p.m.
record seventh victory at Bay Hill.
L.A. Dodgers vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz.,
Last week: Kevin Streelman won the Tampa Bay
4:05 p.m.
Cleveland vs. L.A. Angels at Tempe, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Championship for his first PGA Tour victory, topping Boo Weekley by two strokes on Innisbrook’s
N.Y. Mets vs. Houston at Kissimmee, 6:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, 7:05 p.m. Copperhead course.
Notes: Woods is coming off a victory two weeks
ago at Doral in the WGC-Cadillac Championship
Thursday’s Games
Toronto vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, 1:05 p.m. and also won at Torrey Pines in January. He can
regain the top spot in the world from Rory McIlroy
St. Louis vs. N.Y. Mets at Port St. Lucie, 1:10 p.m.
Oakland vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. with a victory. Woods last was No. 1 on Oct. 30,
Milwaukee vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 2010. McIlroy is skipping the event... Tournament
host Arnold Palmer is 83... Scotland’s Martin Laird
4:05 p.m.
Cleveland vs. Arizona at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. won in 2011 to become the first European winner
at Bay Hill... The Houston Open is next week, folWashington vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee, 6:05 p.m.
lowed by the Texas Open and the Masters.
Houston vs. Detroit at Lakeland, 6:05 p.m.
Online: http://www.pgatour.com
Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, 7:05 p.m.
Philadelphia vs. Boston at Fort Myers, 7:05 p.m.
Minnesota vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 7:05 p.m.
LPGA TOUR
L.A. Angels vs. Texas at Surprise, Ariz., 9:05 p.m.
KIA CLASSIC
Colorado vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Ariz.,
Site: Carlsbad, Calif.
10:05 p.m.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday.
Chicago Cubs vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05
Course: Aviara Golf Club (6,593 yards, par 72).
p.m.
Purse: $1.7 million. Winner’s share: $255,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Thursday-Friday, 6:308:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 7-9 p.m.).
Last year: Yani Tseng won the last of her 15
LPGA Tour titles, beating South Korea’s Sun Young
Yoo by six strokes on La Costa’s Legends Course.
Last week: Stacy Lewis won the LPGA Founders
ON THE WATER
Marine News:
Fishing tournaments coming up in the Keys
No matter what the season,
there’s always something to fish
for in the waters surrounding the
Florida Keys and Key West.
The calendar here lists select
tournament highlights, a comprehensive schedule of Keys angling
challenges can be found at www.
fla-keys.com/fishing.
April 5-7: Key West Fishing
Tournament Kickoff. Key West.
Fifteen target species and
$5,000 in cash prizes highlight
this open-to-the-public event,
heralding the beginning of more
than eight months of exciting
Keys fishing. Cash awards await
individual participants who catch
the heaviest dolphin, kingfish,
cobia, blackfin tuna, mackerel,
mutton snapper, wahoo, mangrove snapper and grunt, and for
boat teams that score the most
releases of tarpon, permit, bonefish, barracuda, marlin and sailfish. Junior anglers under age 15
also can fish. Entries in the kickoff also are eligible for the Key
West Fishing Tournament, which
runs through Nov. 30, 2013.
Contact Doris Harris at 305-2956601, email [email protected] or
visit www.keywestfishingtournament.com.
4
5
April 5 – Nov. 30: Key West
Fishing Tournament. Key West.
More than 40 species of fish are
targeted during these eight months,
with divisions for men, women,
junior anglers (ages 10 to 14) and
Pee Wees (under 10 years old).
In a March kick-off event, anglers
target 15 species and $5,000 in
cash prizes is split between the
top anglers. Contact Doris Harris
at 305-295-6601, email kwft@
comcast.net or visit www.keywestfishingtournament.com.
April 10-13: Jim Bokor’s
Islamorada All-Tackle Spring
Bonefish Tournament. Islamorada.
The prestigious All-Tackle championship is to go to the high-point
angler who catches at least one
bonefish in four tackle divisions
and one or more weight fish in at
least two divisions. Limited to 25
invited anglers, with a maximum
of two anglers and guide per boat,
this demanding challenge features
general, fly and spin-casting divisions. Contact [email protected]
April 17-21: World Sailfish
Championship. Key West. With
a guaranteed first prize of
$100,000, the prestigious challenge draws top teams and ben-
efits the Don Shula Foundation
for Breast Cancer Research,
Camp Boggy Creek for youngsters
with chronic and life-threatening
illnesses, and other national and
local charities. Previous tournaments’ overall cash payout has
topped $1 million. Contact Mike
Weinhofer at 305-395-3474,
Chris King at 727-631-0072,
email [email protected] or visit
www.worldsailfish.com.
April 20-22: Redbone @ Large
Sunrise/Sunset Tarpon Tournament.
Islamorada. The challenge is one of
approximately 30 events held each
year whose proceeds benefit the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Contact
Gary or Susan Ellis at 305-6642002, email [email protected] or
visit www.redbone.org.
April 29 - May 2: Tarponian
Tournament. Marathon. This
unique, three-evening tournament
mandates that teams fish with a
different captain each evening.
Teams also rotate among the three
major bridge channels in Marathon,
so any potential “hot spots” are
shared among all anglers. Call
David Breznicky at 215-542-1492
or email [email protected]
All Aboard:
Weekly Tides:
If you have an outstanding catch or fishing news to
report:
• Fax: 305-295-8016
• Write: Daily Fishing Report, P.O. Box 1800, Key West,
FL 33041
• Drop it off at The Key West Citizen building
• Email: [email protected]
See the map, Page 2A
Cup in Phoenix to move from third to first in the
world. She closed with an 8-under 64 to beat Ai
Miyazato by three strokes. The Texan won for the
second straight event and seventh time on the
LPGA Tour.
Notes: Lewis ended Tseng’s 109-week run at No.
1. The 28-year-old former University of Arkansas
player is the second American to top the rankings
that began in 2006. Cristie Kerr was No. 1 for five
weeks over three stints in 2010... Kia endorser
Michelle Wie missed the cut in Phoenix, shooting
74-72. In 12 rounds this year, she has broken 70
only once, closing with a 69 in Singapore after a
third-round 77... The tour is off next week. The Kraft
Nabisco Championship, the first major championship of the year, is April 4-7 at Mission Hills in
Rancho Mirage.
Online: http://www.lpga.com
CHAMPIONS TOUR
MISSISSIPPI GULF RESORT CLASSIC
Site: Saucier, Miss.
Schedule: Friday-Sunday.
Course: Fallen Oak Country Club (7,054 yards,
par 72).
Purse: $1.6 million. Winner’s share: $240,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Friday, 12:30-2:30
p.m.; Saturday, 12:30-2:30 a.m., 5-7 p.m.;
Sunday, 3:30-5:30 a.m., 5-7 p.m.; Monday, 3:305:30 a.m.).
Last year: Fred Couples won the first of his
two 2012 titles, birdieing the final hole for a onestroke victory over Michael Allen.
Last week: David Frost won the Toshiba Classic
in Newport Beach, Calif. The South African tied the
tournament record of 19 under, beating Couples
by five strokes.
Notes: Couples won the Senior British Open in
July for his eighth Champions Tour title... Rocco
Mediate won the Allianz Championship in February
in Boca Raton in his first start on the 50-and-over
tour... Tom Lehman won at Fallen Oak in 2011...
The tour is off the next three weeks. Play will
resume April 19-21 with the Greater Gwinnett
Championship in Duluth, Ga.
Online: http://www.pgatour.com
EUROPEAN TOUR/ASIAN TOUR
MALAYSIAN OPEN
Site: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday.
Course: Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club
(6,967 yards, par 72).
Purse: $2.75 million. Winner’s share: $458,330.
Television: Golf Channel (Thursday, 9 a.m.-1
p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday,
9 a.m.-noon).
Last year: Louis Oosthuizen won a week after his
playoff loss to Bubba Watson in the Masters. The
South African beat Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher
by three strokes.
Last week: South Africa’s Thomas Aiken won the
Avantha Masters in India for his second European
Tour title. He beat India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar by
three strokes.
Notes: Third-ranked Luke Donald is in the
field along with Aiken, Charl Schwartzel, Padraig
Harrington, 2011 winner Matteo Manassero and
two-time champion Thongchai Jaidee. Donald
was fourth last week in the PGA Tour’s Tampa Bay
Championship... The Hassan Trophy II is next week
in Morocco.
Online: http://www.europeantour.com
Asian Tour site: http://www.asiantour.com
WEB.COM TOUR
LOUISIANA OPEN
Site: Broussard, La.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday.
Course: Le Triomphe Country Club (7,006 yards,
par 71).
Purse: $550,000. Winner’s share: $99,000.
Television: None.
Last year: Casey Wittenberg won his first tour
title. He closed with a 6-under 65 for an eightstroke victory and tournament-record 24-under
260 total.
Last event: Kevin Kisner won the Chile Open on
March 10 for his second tour title, holding off Brice
Garnett and Edward Loar by a stroke.
Notes: The tournament, in its 22nd year at
Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed Le Triomphe, is the
fourth event of the season and first in the United
States. Kevin Foley opened the season with a
victory in Panama, and Patrick Cantlay won in
Colombia... The tour is off next week. The Brazil
Classic is April 4-7 in Sao Paulo.
Online: http://www.pgatour.com
NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
d-Pittsburgh
d-Montreal
d-Winnipeg
Boston
Ottawa
Carolina
Toronto
N.Y. Rangers
New Jersey
N.Y. Islanders
Tampa Bay
Philadelphia
Buffalo
Washington
Florida
GP
31
29
30
28
30
29
29
29
30
29
29
30
30
29
30
W
23
19
16
19
16
15
15
15
13
13
13
13
11
12
8
L OT Pts GF GA
8 0 46 110 81
5 5 43 92 73
12 2 34 80 86
6 3 41 82 60
8 6 38 77 65
12 2 32 84 82
12 2 32 86 83
12 2 32 70 70
11 6 32 74 84
13 3 29 86 96
15 1 27 96 86
16 1 27 81 92
15 4 26 79 95
16 1 25 79 87
16 6 22 74 110
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP
d-Chicago
29
d-Anaheim
28
d-Minnesota
28
Los Angeles
28
St. Louis
28
Detroit
29
Vancouver
28
Phoenix
29
San Jose
28
Columbus
30
Dallas
28
Nashville
30
Edmonton
28
Calgary
27
Colorado
28
NOTE: Two points
overtime loss.
d-division leader
W
24
21
16
16
16
14
13
13
12
12
13
11
11
11
10
for
L OT Pts GF GA
2 3 51 100 62
3 4 46 95 69
10 2 34 73 69
10 2 34 85 71
10 2 34 85 80
10 5 33 78 75
9 6 32 78 80
12 4 30 77 82
10 6 30 67 74
12 6 30 68 79
12 3 29 73 84
13 6 28 70 81
11 6 28 69 81
12 4 26 78 91
14 4 24 71 89
a win, one point for
Monday’s Games
N.Y. Rangers 2, Carolina 1, SO
Tampa Bay 4, Philadelphia 2
Dallas 4, Calgary 3
Chicago 5, Colorado 2
Minnesota 3, Vancouver 1
Anaheim 5, San Jose 3
Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 0
Tuesday’s Games
N.Y. Rangers 3, New Jersey 2
Ottawa 5, N.Y. Islanders 3
Florida 4, Carolina 1
Columbus 4, Nashville 3
Buffalo 3, Montreal 2, OT
Pittsburgh 2, Washington 1
Winnipeg 3, Boston 1
St. Louis at Vancouver, late
Phoenix at Los Angeles, late
Tonight’s Games
Tampa Bay at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Minnesota at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Dallas at Colorado, 9:30 p.m.
San Jose at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m.
Chicago at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
Toronto at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Montreal at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.
Florida at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Boston at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Winnipeg, 8 p.m.
Calgary at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Dallas at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
PANTHERS 4, HURRICANES 1
Florida
Carolina
First Period—None.
0
0
0
0
4
1
—
—
4
1
Second Period—None.
Third Period—1, Florida, Fleischmann 6 (Kopecky),
7:39. 2, Florida, Goc 4 (Kuba, Campbell), 12:47
(pp). 3, Florida, Matthias 9 (Kuba, Huberdeau),
13:51 (pp). 4, Carolina, J.Staal 7 (Pitkanen, Ellis),
17:27. 5, Florida, Smithson 2, 19:07 (en).
Shots on Goal—Florida 17-11-16—44. Carolina
17-5-12—34.
Goalies—Florida, Markstrom. Carolina, Ellis.
NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
y-Miami
d-Indiana
d-New York
Brooklyn
Atlanta
Chicago
Boston
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Toronto
Washington
Detroit
Cleveland
Orlando
Charlotte
W
52
42
39
39
37
36
36
34
26
26
23
23
22
18
15
L
14
26
26
28
30
30
30
32
40
41
43
46
45
50
52
Pct
.788
.618
.600
.582
.552
.545
.545
.515
.394
.388
.348
.333
.328
.265
.224
GB
—
11
1
12 2вЃ„
1312вЃ„
1512вЃ„
16
16
18
26
1
26 2вЃ„
29
1
30 2вЃ„
3012вЃ„
35
1
37 2вЃ„
WESTERN CONFERENCE
x-San Antonio
x-Oklahoma City
d-L.A. Clippers
Memphis
Denver
Golden State
Houston
L.A. Lakers
Utah
Dallas
Portland
Minnesota
Sacramento
Phoenix
New Orleans
d-division leader
x-clinched playoff spot
y-clinched division
W
51
50
46
45
47
39
36
36
34
32
31
23
23
23
22
L
16
18
21
21
22
30
31
33
33
35
36
42
44
45
46
Pct GB
.761
—
1
.735 1 2вЃ„
.687
5
1
.682 5 2вЃ„
.681
5
.565 13
.537 15
.522 16
.507 17
.478 19
.463 20
.354 27
.343 28
1
.338 28 2вЃ„
.324 2912вЃ„
Monday’s Games
Indiana 111, Cleveland 90
Charlotte 119, Washington 114
Philadelphia 101, Portland 100
Dallas 127, Atlanta 113
Brooklyn 119, Detroit 82
Denver 119, Chicago 118, OT
Memphis 92, Minnesota 77
Golden State 93, New Orleans 72
Miami 105, Boston 103
Phoenix 99, L.A. Lakers 76
New York 90, Utah 83
Tuesday’s Games
Orlando at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Indiana 95, Orlando 73
Denver 114, Oklahoma City 104
Milwaukee 102, Portland 95
Tonight’s Games
Miami at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Toronto at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Orlando at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Milwaukee at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Brooklyn at Dallas, 8 p.m.
Utah at Houston, 8 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Boston at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Golden State at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
Washington at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Philadelphia at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
Portland at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Philadelphia at Denver, 9 p.m.
Minnesota at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
NCAA MEN’S TOURNAMENT
FIRST ROUND
At UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio
Tuesday’s Games
N.C. A&T 73, Liberty (15-20) 72
Middle Tennessee (28-5) vs. Saint Mary’s (Cal)
(27-6), late
Tonight’s Games
LIU Brooklyn (20-13) vs. James Madison (20-14),
6:40 p.m.
Boise State (21-10) vs. La Salle (21-9), 9:10 p.m.
EAST REGIONAL
Second Round
Thursday, March 21
At Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky.
Butler (26-8) vs. Bucknell (28-5), 12:40 p.m.
Marquette (23-8) vs. Davidson (26-7), 30 minutes
following
At HP Pavilion, San Jose, Calif.
UNLV (25-9) vs. California (20-11), 7:27 p.m.
Syracuse (26-9) vs. Montana (25-6), 30 minutes
following
Friday, March 22
At UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio
N.C. State (24-10) vs. Temple (23-9), 1:40 p.m.
Indiana (27-6) vs. LIU Brooklyn-James Madison
winner, 30 minutes following
At The Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
Miami (27-6) vs. Pacific (22-12), 2:10 p.m.
Illinois (22-12) vs. Colorado (21-11), 30 minutes
following
Third Round
Saturday, March 23
At Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky.
Marquette-Davidson winner vs. Butler-Bucknell
winner, TBA
At HP Pavilion, San Jose, Calif.
Syracuse-Montana winner vs. UNLV-California
winner, TBA
Sunday, March 24
At UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio
Indiana-LIU Brooklyn-James Madison winner vs.
N.C. State-Temple winner, TBA
At The Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
Miami-Pacific winner vs. Illinois-Colorado winner,
TBA
At The Verizon Center, Washington
Regional Semifinals
Thursday, March 28
Indiana-LIU Brooklyn-James Madison-N.C.
State-Temple winner vs. Syracuse-Montana-UNLVCalifornia winner, TBA
Miami-Pacific-Illinois-Colorado winner vs.
Marquette-Davidson-Butler-Bucknell winner, TBA
Regional Championship
Saturday, March 30
Semifinal winners, TBA
SOUTH REGIONAL
Second Round
Thursday, March 21
At The Palace of Auburn Hills, Mich.
Michigan (26-7) vs. South Dakota State (25-9),
7:15 p.m.
VCU (26-8) vs. Akron (26-6), 30 minutes following
Friday, March 22
At Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia
Georgetown (25-6) vs. Florida Gulf Coast (24-10),
6:50 p.m.
San Diego State (22-10) vs. Oklahoma (20-11),
30 minutes following
At The Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
North Carolina (24-10) vs. Villanova (20-13),
7:20 p.m.
Kansas (29-5) vs. Western Kentucky (20-15), 30
minutes following
At The Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
Florida (26-7) vs. Northwestern State (23-8),
7:27 p.m.
UCLA (25-9) vs. Minnesota (20-12), 30 minutes
following
Third Round
Saturday, March 23
At The Palace of Auburn Hills, Mich.
Michigan-South Dakota State winner vs. VCU-Akron
winner, TBA
Sunday, March 24
At Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia
Georgetown-Florida Gulf Coast winner vs. San
Diego State-Oklahoma winner, TBA
At The Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas-Western Kentucky winner vs. North
Carolina-Villanova winner, TBA
At The Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
Florida-Northwestern State winner vs. UCLAMinnesota winner, TBA
At Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Regional Semifinals
Friday, March 29
Kansas-Western Kentucky-North Carolina-Villanova
winner vs. Michigan-South Dakota State-VCUAkron winner, TBA
Georgetown-Florida Gulf Coast-San Diego StateOklahoma winner vs. Florida-Northwestern StateUCLA-Minnesota winner, TBA
Regional Championship
Sunday, March 31
Semifinal winners, TBA
MIDWEST REGIONAL
Second Round
Thursday, March 21
At Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky.
Louisville (29-5) vs. Liberty-N.C. A&T winner,
6:50 p.m.
Colorado State (25-8) vs. Missouri (22-10), 30
minutes following
At The Palace of Auburn Hills, Mich.
Michigan State (25-8) vs. Valparaiso (26-7),
12:15 p.m
Memphis (30-4) vs. Middle Tennessee-Saint
Mary’s (Cal) winner, 30 minutes following
At HP Pavilion, San Jose, Calif.
Saint Louis (27-6) vs. New Mexico State (24-10),
2:10 p.m.
Oklahoma State (24-8) vs. Oregon (26-8), 30
minutes following
Friday, March 22
At Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia
Duke (27-5) vs. Albany (N.Y.) (24-10), 12:15 p.m.
Creighton (27-7) vs. Cincinnati (22-11), 30 minutes following
Third Round
Saturday, March 23
At Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky.
Louisville-Liberty-N.C. A&T winner vs. Colorado
State-Missouri winner, TBA
At The Palace of Auburn Hills, Mich.
Michigan State-Valparaiso winner vs. MemphisMiddle Tennessee-Saint Mary’s (Cal) winner, TBA
At HP Pavilion, San Jose, Calif.
Saint Louis-New Mexico State winner vs. Oklahoma
State-Oregon winner, TBA
Sunday, March 24
At Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia
Duke-Albany (N.Y.) winner vs. Creighton-Cincinnati
winner, TBA
At Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis
Regional Semifinals
Friday, March 29
Louisville-Liberty-N.C. A&T-Colorado State-Missouri
winner vs. Saint Louis-New Mexico State-Oklahoma
State-Oregon winner, TBA
Duke-Albany (N.Y.)-Creighton-Cincinnati winner
vs. Michigan State-Valparaiso-Memphis-Middle
Tennessee-Saint Mary’s (Cal) winner, TBA
Regional Championship
Sunday, March 31
Semifinal winners, TBA
WEST REGIONAL
Second Round
Thursday, March 21
At EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City
Pittsburgh (24-8) vs. Wichita State (26-8), 1:40
p.m.
Gonzaga (31-2) vs. Southern (23-9), 30 minutes
following
Arizona (25-7) vs. Belmont (26-6), 7:20 p.m.
New Mexico (29-5) vs. Harvard (19-9), 30 minutes following
Friday, March 22
At UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio
Ohio State (26-7) vs. Iona (20-13), 7:15 p.m.
Notre Dame (25-9) vs. Iowa State (22-11), 30
minutes following
At The Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
Wisconsin (23-11) vs. Mississippi (26-8), 12:40 p.m.
Kansas State (27-7) vs. Boise State-La Salle winner, 30 minutes following
Third Round
Saturday, March 23
At EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City
Gonzaga-Southern winner vs. Pittsburgh-Wichita
State winner, TBA
New Mexico-Harvard winner vs. Arizona-Belmont
winner, TBA
Sunday, March 24
At UD Arena, Dayton, Ohio
Ohio State-Iona winner vs. Notre Dame-Iowa State
winner, TBA
At The Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas State-Boise State-La Salle winner vs.
Wisconsin-Mississippi winner, TBA
At The Staples Center, Los Angeles
Regional Semifinals
Thursday, March 28
Gonzaga-Southern-Pittsburgh-Wichita State winner
vs. Kansas State-Boise State-La Salle-WisconsinMississippi winner, TBA
New Mexico-Harvard-Arizona-Belmont winner vs.
Ohio State-Iona-Notre Dame-Iowa State winner, TBA
Regional Championship
Saturday, March 30
Semifinal winners, TBA
FINAL FOUR
At The Georgia Dome, Atlanta
National Semifinals
Saturday, April 6
Midwest champion vs. West champion, 6 or 8:30 p.m.
South champion vs. East champion, 6 or 8:30 p.m.
National Championship
Monday, April 8
Semifinal winners, 9 p.m.
NATIONAL INV. TOURNAMENT
First Round
Tuesday’s Games
Maryland 86, Niagara 70
St. John’s 63, Saint Joseph’s 61
Louisiana Tech 71, Florida State 66
Kentucky (21-11) at Robt. Morris (23-10), 7:30 p.m.
Northeastern (20-12) at Alabama (21-12), late
Norfolk State (21-11) at Virginia (21-11), late
Ohio (24-9) at Denver (21-9), late
Washington (18-15) at BYU (21-11), late
Step. F. Austin (27-4) at Stanford (18-14), late
TRANSACTIONS
TUESDAY
FOOTBALL
National Football League
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Signed QB Matt
Hasselbeck.
MIAMI DOLPHINS—Re-signed OL Nate Garner.
NEW YORK GIANTS—Signed WR Louis Murphy.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
FLORIDA PANTHERS—Recalled F Quinton Howden
from San Antonio Rampage (AHL).
COLLEGE
MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY—Named Kareem
Richardson men’s basketball coach.
NOTRE DAME—Announced freshman QB Gunner
Kiel will transfer.
OHIO STATE—Announced women’s basketball
coach Jim Foster will not return next season.
TENNIS
SONY OPEN
Tuesday
At The Tennis Center at Crandon Park, Key
Biscayne
Singles
Women First Round
Ayumi Morita, Japan, def. Heather Watson, Britain,
1-6, 7-5, 6-4.
Flavia Pennetta, Italy, def. Johanna Larsson,
Sweden, 6-4, 6-1.
Hsieh Su-wei, Taiwan, def. Lesia Tsurenko, Ukraine,
6-4, 7-6 (15).
Ajla Tomljanovic, Croatia, def. Ksenia Pervak,
Kazakhstan, 6-2, 6-2.
Kristina Mladenovic, France, def. Aleksandra
Wozniak, Canada, 7-5, 6-2.
Irina-Camelia Begu, Romania, def. Marina Erakovic,
New Zealand, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4.
Kiki Bertens, Netherlands, def. Anna Tatishvili,
Georgia, 6-0, 1-0, retired.
Peng Shuai, China, def. Sofia Arvidsson, Sweden,
6-3, 6-2.
Andrea Petkovic, Germany, def. Bojana Jovanovski,
Serbia, 6-3, 6-1.
Kimiko Date-Krumm, Japan, def. Chanelle
Scheepers, South Africa, 6-2, 6-0.
3B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
SPORTS
IN COURT
NFL
Titans’ Britt found
not guilty of DUI
49ers sign wideout
Moore for one year
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. — A
federal magistrate has found
that Titans wide receiver Kenny
Britt is not guilty of driving
under the influence after trying
to pass through a security gate
at Fort Campbell Army post on
the Tennessee-Kentucky state
line.
After a five-hour trial on the
post Tuesday, U.S. magistrate
Lanny King also found Britt
was not guilty of violating
the implied consent law for
refusing to take a Breathalyzer
test.
SAN FRANCISCO —
Marlon Moore is coming
home to the West Coast
and his native Northern
California, with a chance
to contribute to the San
Francisco 49ers team he
grew up watching.
The NFC champion
Niners added depth to their
new-look receiving group
by signing the wideout to a
one-year contract Tuesday.
The 25-year-old Moore
played the past three seasons
with the Miami Dolphins.
CONFERENCES
NHL
GENE J. PUSKAR
/The Associated Press
Pittsburgh right
wing Craig
Adams (27) gets
squeezed between
Washington’s Jay
Beagle (83) and
Jack Hillen (38)
in their Tuesday
night game
in Pittsburgh.
In another
game, Tomas
Fleischmann,
Marcel Goc and
Shawn Matthias
scored 6:12 apart
in the third period
to lead Florida
past Carolina, 4-1.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
TENNIS
Source: Xavier, Butler,
Creighton, to Big East
Pennetta earns win
at Sony Open
NEW YORK — The two
conferences growing out of
the old Big East are moving
forward.
Butler, Creighton and
Xavier will join the so-called
Catholic 7 schools in the
new basketball conference
keeping the Big East name,
a person familiar with the
situation said Tuesday.
The announcement will
take place today when it
will be made in conjunction
with a news conference on
the league’s broadcast deal.
KEY BISCAYNE — Flavia
Pennetta of Italy won her
first-round match, 6-4, 61, over Johanna Larsson of
Sweden at the Sony Open on
Tuesday.
Pennetta is making her
ninth appearance at this Key
Biscayne-based event and
has reached the third round
on five occasions.
Pennetta played one
of the 10 WTA main draw
matches scheduled for the
opening day of the tournament.
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NC A&T finally wins game
after 9 losses in tourney
BY RUSTY MILLER
The Associated Press
DAYTON, Ohio — Jeremy Underwood came
off the bench to score 19 points, leading North
Carolina A&T past 21-loss Liberty, 73-72, on
Tuesday at the First Four, ending an NCAA winless streak at nine games.
The Flames — only the second team ever
to make the NCAA tournament with 20 losses
— had a chance to win it. John Caleb Sanders
drove coast to coast and flipped up a left-handed
layup in heavy congestion that just missed. A&T
(20-16) rebounded and, while Sanders rolled in
pain on the baseline, began to celebrate an end
to more than 30 years of disappointment.
Underwood came in averaging just over
6 points, but was perfect from the field,
hitting six field goals in as many attempts.
Bruce Beckford added 16 points and Lamont
Middleton 14.
The victory advanced the Aggies to a showdown with top-seeded Louisville (29-5) in
Lexington, Ky., on Thursday.
MLB SPRING TRAINING: MARLINS
Miller a winner
for St. Louis;
Turner walks
but one in five
TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE
HOT MESS 7, STICK & STEIN 2
Karen Voss was 4-for-4 to lead
Hot Mess at the plate, Clinton Storr
roped a two-base hit and two base
hits plating four runs, Joal Rivero
and Ray Rodriquez each doubled
and singled, Bobcat Mathews and
Janessa Barrios each singled twice,
Tina Godfrey doubled and Chichi
Rodriguez, Laura Garcia and Lauran
Pazo each singled.
Danny Rose (double) and Tori
Solano routed two hits each, Marlon
Manresa and Brant Voss both legged
out a three-bagger as
Ginny Matea, Maritza Lamberson,
Drew Pajaro and Sandra Gunther all
singled.
BAREFOOT BILLY’S
WATERSPORTS 8, KEY WEST
HAMMOCK 2
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
JUPITER — St. Louis starter
Shelby Miller allowed only one
hit and one walk in four scoreless innings while striking out
three, retiring the last 11 batters he faced as the Cardinals
defeated Miami, 5-4, Tuesday.
Joe Kelly wasn’t nearly as
successful. The Marlins tagged
him for eight hits and scored
their only runs of the game in a
four-run fourth.
The Marlins had two hits to
begin the seventh, but Kelly
almost escaped the inning
unharmed after getting Justin
Ruggiano to ground into a double play. Kelly had two strikes
on Adeiny Hechavarria before
Price, Keia Hughes and Lauren Pazo
each nailed a base hit for Conch
Town.
Harry Milliken drove in three runs
via a triple and three singles, Dylan
Kibler doubled and cracked a trio
of base hits and Ben Blattenberger
singled three times to lead the Gas
House Gang. Sharon Wiley, Tangela
Thurston, Ariana Corsi, Brian Barrios
and Shia Marzetti each singled twice
and Chuck Malby roped a base hit.
JEFF ROBERSON/The Associated Press
Miami relief pitcher Chad Qualls throws during the sixth inning
Tuesday against St. Louis in Jupiter.
allowing four consecutive singles.
Marlins’ starter Jacob Turner
had battled control issues all
spring until Tuesday. In his
longest Grapefruit League outing, Turner went five innings,
allowing seven hits and four
earned runs.
Turner only walked one bat-
ter, though he did uncork a
wild pitch.
“My mechanics felt good
and I was able to throw the
ball where I wanted to,” Turner
said. “I think there were some
pitches in the middle innings
that I left a little farther up than
I would have liked, but other
than that I felt pretty good.”
NBA
Pacers pull away to beat struggling Magic
Conference got 19 points from Paul George
and 14 points and 14 rebounds from Tyler
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Pacers broke Hansbrough, leading the Pacers to a 95-73 rout
over struggling Orlando.
out of their funk Tuesday night.
It’s just what Indiana needed after losing two
Now they just have to play good basketball.
The second-best team in the Eastern of its last three games.
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Laura Garcia doubled twice and
singled for a pair of RBI, Lauren
Wells nailed a two-base hit and two
base hits and David Rodriquez Jr.
and Dave Sweeting each cracked
three hits to lead Barefoot Billy’s at
the plate.
Leto Lopez and Jules Owen each
doubled as David Rodriquez, Lauren
Pazo, Carlos Sanchez and Kelly
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runs in the first six innings — in
the first, third and fifth innings
— and held a 3-1 victory headed
into the seventh inning, where
the ’Fins hammered out five
insurance runs to claim their
third straight victory and fifth in
their last six games.
“We finally made adjustments in that last inning and
put things together,” said
Marathon coach Luis Leal.
“This is a young group that’s
playing with some confidence
and hopefully they can keep it
together.”
Kyle Pierce tossed the complete game in the win, allowing no earned runs on three
hits, four walks and six strike-
RON COOKE/The Citizen
T&W’s Ari Corsi, squatting, right fielder Shia Marzetti and Dylan
Kibler converge on a shallow fly ball to right centerfield.
Lukens cracked one hit each.
Chelsea Storr and Keia Hughes
each singled twice, Brittany Price
doubled and Griffin Saunders, Less
McDonald, Jay Tola, Jose Santiago
and Sandra Gunther each singled.
WESTIN RESORT AND MARINA 9,
WALGREENS 5
outs.
Ian Almodovar had a threehit game with four stolen bases
and three runs to lead the
Dolphins at the plate. Carlos
O’Farrill went 2-for-3 driving
in two, while Pierce and Jesse
DeLuca each picked up hits
in the Dolphins’ big seventh
inning rally.
Kevin McKeon’s hit streak
came to an end, with an 0-for1 night, but the Dolphins’ second baseman did have three
walks and scored twice.
“Kyle threw a lot of strikes
and let the defense work for
him,” said Leal. “We just need
to get some hits together.”
Almodovar got things going
in the first inning when he
singled, stole second and third
and then scored on a Pierce
RBI fielders’ choice.
The Dolphins’ leadoff man
did it again in the third inning,
picking up a one-out single,
stealing second and then scoring on an O’Farrill single to
left center. O’Farrill attempted
to score on a hit and run that
was grounded to short, but
he was thrown out at home
and then Pierce, who hit the
ball, was thrown out at second,
attempting to advance on the
throw to end the inning.
McKeon produced the
Dolphins third run in the fifth
inning. He walked, advanced
to second on a walk, took third
on a stolen base and then
scored on a wild pitch.
The Spartans responded
with a run in the bottom of the
inning on a pair of Dolphin
mistakes.
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Aristides Valdes legged out a
homer and singled twice, Jackie
Smith hammered a two-base
hit and two base hits, Jose
Valdez drilled an inside-theWEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE
parker and doubled for three
KEY WEST FLATFOOTS 8, WESTIN RBI, Amber Davis tripled and
singled, Jarred Sawyer whacked
RESORT AND MARINA 6
a two-bagger and singled, A.J.
Lee Lovette, Dave Hall and
Luchiano, Car yn Grzegorek and
Carl Malsheimer each doubled
and singled twice, Chula Williams George Mensah slugged two
hits apiece and Yeny Valdes
ripped three singles as Mike Diaz
slashed a single.
and Alexis Lovette each singled
For Walgreens, Brian Fox doubled
for PBA.
three times, John Lhotka lifted a
Westin’s Jarred Sawyer (triple)
and Amber Davis each stroked three two-base hit and two base hits, Bert
Koch tripled and doubled, Reesey
hits, A.J. Luchiano whacked a twoBarnard (double) and Mindy Tucker
base hit and a base hit, Aristides
each had a pair of hits and Leo Arza
Valdes and George Mensah both
slapped a pair of base hits as Caryn and Natalie Sweeting both drilled a
base hit.
Grzegorek and Jackie Smith both
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KEY WEST LITTLE CONCH BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Mon 3/18/13
Thurs 3/21/13
8U 6:30pm White Sox vs Astros Field B
10U 6:30pm Athletics vs Yankees Field C
12U 6:30pm Mariners vs Marlins Field D
14U 6:30pm Cubs vs Brewers Field A
8U 6:30pm Nationals vs Orioles Field B
10U 6:30pm Rangers vs Athletics Field C
12U 6:30pm Reds vs Marlins Field D
14U 6:30pm Brewers vs Dodgers Field A
Tue 3/19/13
Fri 3/22/13
8U 6:30pm Braves vs Padres Field B
10U 6:30pm Red Sox vs Angels Field C
12U 6:30pm Phillies vs Reds Field D
14U 6:30pm Giants vs Dodgers Field A
8U 6pm Astros vs Padres Field B
8U 8pm White Sox vs Braves Field B
10U 6pm Red Sox vs Yankees Field C
12U 6pm Mariners vs Phillies Field D
14U 6pm Cubs vs Giants Field A
Wed 3/20/13
6U 6:30pm Sea Dogs vs Hooks Field C
6U 6:30pm Express vs Mudcats Field D
8U 6:30pm Cardinals vs Blue Jays Field B
The Key West Citizen is a Proud
Supporter of Little Conch Baseball
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regret it if you break down and
lose your cool.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Having an abundance of energy
might cause you to take on far
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013 more than is feasible, but you
should take things one step at
a time. Do what you can, but let
By living up to your potential others pitch in as well.
and doing everything that
CANCER (June 21-July
is expected of you, it could
turn out to be a banner year, 22) -- It wouldn’t hurt to be
especially regarding material more thick-skinned than usual,
especially if you find yourself
interests. You’ll have no regrets
working with someone who
if you capitalize on your
tries your patience. Keep your
opportunities.
wits about you.
PISCES (Feb.20-March 20) -LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -Be extremely careful with whom Goals that are important to you
you have a serious discussion. might not hold the same weight
There’s no point in crossing with your co-workers. Having
swords with someone who you different priorities could cause
know has a bad temper.
problems for everyone.
ARIES (March 21-April
VIRGO
(Aug. 23-Sept.
19) -- If you don’t want to be 22) -- Relationships should
disappointed, don’t allow your be pleasant, as long as you
expectations to exceed reality. don’t impose your will on
It’s OK to expect a lot from your companions. Being too
yourself, as long as what you demanding could spoil things
hope to achieve is pragmatic.
quickly.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -LIBRA
(Sept.
23-Oct.
When working with others, your 23) -- Although you can be
tolerance could be put to the a good worker, you can also
test, so try to stay calm. You’ll lose steam easily. Should your
interest wane, regardless of
how little there is left to do, you
could walk off the job without
hesitation.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
-- As long as both you and
your mate are thinking “we”
instead of “I,” you’ll remain in
harmony with each other. When
it comes to any relationship,
concordance is essential.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) -- A heavier workload than
usual might be dumped in your
lap. However, as long as you
tackle it with determination,
you’ll end up feeling proud of
your achievement.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) -- Even though you’ll have
no trouble protecting your own
interests, you’re not likely to
be as conscientious about the
concerns of others. It won’t help
your image.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
-- Timing is generally important
in fulfilling your objectives, and
today will be no different.If you’re
out of sync with others, it’s likely
to dilute your achievements.
DON’T TELL OPPONENT rebid five diamonds.
Then East, eying the
HOW TO SUCCEED
vulnerability, passed. (Five
By Phillip Alder
Surrealist
painter hearts doubled should go
Salvador Dali said, “I do down two, minus 500.)
not paint a portrait to look
South had three losers
like the subject; rather (two spades and one club)
does the person grow to and only 10 winners (one
look like his portrait.”
spade, seven diamonds
At the bridge table, and two clubs). But he
some bids paint a perfect had a huge advantage,
picture of a player’s hand. knowing that East had
But if an opponent then started with a singleton
becomes the declarer, he spade and could not reach
has been given a road map his partner’s hand.
for playing the contract.
At trick two, declarer
a
partial
In this deal, South was started
elimination
and
endplay
in five diamonds. What
did he do after West led by ruffing a heart in his
the spade king: ace, seven, hand. He returned to
dummy with a trump to
four?
West’s two-diamond the eight, ruffed a heart
overcall was a Michaels high, played a diamond
Cue-Bid, promising at to the nine, and ruffed
least 5-5 in the majors. the last heart. Then South
After East jumped to four cashed his top clubs and
hearts, South, unsure who played a third club.
East won but had no
could make what, sensibly
answer. Whether he led
a heart or a club, South
would sluff a spade loser
from his hand and ruff on
the board. Declarer would
take one spade, eight
diamonds and two clubs.
I am not saying West’s
two-diamond overcall was
wrong, but be aware of the
risk.
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The Key West Citizen
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Independent Contractor
position where contractor
will be required to deliver
papers before 6am
7days a week to all home
delivery subscribers on
the assigned route.
All routes take approx.
4 hours to complete.
Payrate is per paper
delivered and
contractors are paid
weekly. Contractor is
responsible for providing
own transportation and
must have valid driver’s
license and insurance.
Contractor is responsible
for all expenses.
Please apply in person at
3420 Northside Drive,
Key West, FL 33040
or email:
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STAFF
Sugarloaf Lodge, MM17,
Apply in person or call for
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CONCH FLYER
RESTAURANT
Now accepting
applications for Kitchen
and Front of the house.
Apply within. Key West
Airport. Previous
applicants may reapply.
Come join a Great Team
Old Town Trolley Tours of
Key West
RESERVATION SALES
AGENT
At Home in Key West is
seeking a Reservation
Sales Agent. Must have
strong sales
background, thorough
knowledge of MS Office,
Superior computer skills,
be a team player in
customer service
oriented, have own
transportation and in
enjoy working with the
visitors that are guest to
our island. Good
compensation and
benefits package offered.
Call 305-296-2594
for application.
Assistant Dock Master
A & B Marina is looking
for a part time
Assistant Dock Master.
Duties include dock
maintenance, fueling
operations, assisting with
arriving and departing
vessels. Must have
clean record and be able
to pass drug/background
check. Previous Marina
experience a plus.
Please call for
appointment.
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ATTENTION SALES
REPRESENTATIVES
GREAT EARNING
POTENTIAL with Old
Town Trolley Tours of
Key West. Full time
positions available for
positive and dependable
people to sell our Old
Town Trolley Tour
tickets. Must like outdoor
work and have a flexible
schedule. We offer good
hourly wages plus
commissions and a
benefits package.
Previous applicants need
not apply. Apply in
person at 122 Simonton
St., Key West or
www.historictours.com.
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workplace.
ATTENTION:
CONCH TOUR TRAIN
Is hiring Tour Guides.
We will pay you while in
training and pay $13 an
hour plus tips when
certified. All you need is
a positive attitude, a
good driving record and
love to tell stories. Full
benefits package is
available for all full-time
positions, including
401(k), Medical, Dental,
Life and two weeks
vacation. Apply at:
historictours.com
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WORKPLACE
Best Western
Key Ambassador
Resort
Is looking for a
full-time and part-time
professional
Maintenance Person.
Hourly pay with benefits.
Apply in person Monday
Thru Friday at 3755
South Roosevelt Blvd.
Boy’s and Girl’s Club
We need additional
F/T & P/T after school
and Summer
Activity Coordinators in
Key West. Previous
applicants need not
apply. Please call
(305)296-2258 for more
information
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SEAFOOD
631 Greene St
Is hiring for the following
positions:
* Food Runners
*Expo
Full-time and part-time.
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Experienced running
large crane.
Call 296-5555
8:30am-4:30pm.
ENERGETIC OFFICE
MANAGER
with solid bookkeeping
experience sought for
immediate opening at
busy downtown museum.
Send resume, salary
requirements and
references to
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Good computer skills a
must. EEOC/Drug-Free
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For mid side hotel and
restaurant in Key West.
Quickbooks experience
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interviewing Cooks and
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House, part of
Southernmost Hotel
Collection, is currently
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pace 3 day mid - week
shift. Candidate need
at least 2 years
experienced in the
hospitality industry.
Must be self starter
capable of multi- tasking
and detailed oriented.
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Service outgoing and up
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essential. Application can
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Potential Annual
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Sunset Watersports
6300 3rd St.
Stock Island.
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AND FREEZER
GFS MARKETPLACE
GFS Marketplace is
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West location. Flexible
schedule . To apply,
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for "Retail Sales
Associate-Key West, FL".
Cooler will be daytime,
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equal opportunity
employer, is proud to be
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that drug tests all
employees.
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Supervisor
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need not apply again.
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Employer
Apply in Person
245 Front Street,
Key West, FL 33040
Tel: 305-294-4000
Fax: 305-292-4348
Is hiring Conductors.
Do you like to entertain
people with historic
stories while driving
through picturesque Key
West? We will pay you
while training and pay
$13.00 per hour plus tips
when certified. Full-time
work. Full benefit
package available.
Apply at:
historictours.com
EOE & Drug Free
Workplace
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE AT:
The Guidance/Care
Center, Inc.
Adult Clinical Services
Coordinator
Supervises adult mental
health, substance abuse
and criminal justice
programs.! Florida
Clinical License Required
(LMHC, LMFT, LCSW),
Florida Qualified
Supervisor and must
have three years
supervisory experience.
Full-Time.
RN - Marathon
Full-Time inpatient.
Behavioral Health
Technician - Marathon
Crisis Stabilization Unit.
Part-Time
Behavioral Health
Therapists
Providing services to
children and families at
schools, client homes in
the Middle and Lower
Keys communities.
Master's required;
Licensed preferred.
Full-Time
Substance Abuse
Counselors
For Jail Incarceration
Program at Monroe
County Detention Center
in Key West. Bachelor's
in Human Services
required. CAP and
Bilingual preferred.
Full-Time
Case Manager
Coordinating and
providing services to
adults and children in
Middle Keys. Bachelor's
in Human Service Field
and 1 year experience
required. Full-Time
ARNP - Marathon
Florida licensed to
provide inpatient
coverage 2-3 weekends
per month.
All applicants must submit: 1) resume; 2) three
references; 3) undergo
background, fingerprint,
and drug screening prior
to any offer of
employment. Send
resume to
[email protected]
EEOC/DFWP.
Former applicants need
not reapply.
RESERVATIONIST
NEEDED
for busy watersports
company. Must be able
to multi-task and work
weekends, general duties
include answering
phones, checking in
customers and various
clerical tasks. Salary
starts at $12.00 per hour,
30-40 hours per week.
Submit resume to
[email protected]
SWIRLICIOUS
Yogurt Shop
Seeks Evening and
Weekend shift positions.
Prior retail sales
experience. Email:
[email protected]
for application.
THE 16TH JUDICIAL
Circuit is accepting
application for a
part-time (10 hours a
week) Male Assistant
Urinalysis Technician to
work with juvenile and
adult substance abuse
clients in the Key West
office. The primary
functions will be to
observe and collect urine
samples, random and
scheduled at the lab and
field testing sites, as well
as other assigned duties.
This job pays $13.00 per
hour, no benefits.
Interested applicants
should submit a State of
Florida Application and
resume to
[email protected]
or Personnel, 302
Fleming Street, Key
West, Florida 33040.
State of Florida
applications can be found
at www.Keyscourts.net.
The successful applicant
will be required to pass a
complete background
check. Deadline to apply
is March 26, 2013.
We do not discriminate
on the basis of race,
religion, sex, age,
disability or sexual
orientation. EOE. If you
need accommodation to
participate in the
application/selection
process, please notify us
in at advance at
305-292-3423; to make
call through the Florida
Relay Center, you can
dial 7-1-1
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
18 -- de plume
19 “Kubla
Khan” locale
22 Singing
chipmunk
25 Cool shoe
29 Serves
dinner
30 Like a judge
32 Keep
subscribing
33 Change a
bill
34 Jockeys
37 Boxer’s
weapons
38 Corned beef
sandwich
40 Thud
43 “Nature”
channel
44 “Fernando”
ACROSS
band
1 Dandies
48 How-to
5 Rock
book
hound’s find
50 Kind of
10 Tribal
detector
advisers
12 Free tickets 52 Dismal
13 “Will it play 53 Scientist’s
idea
in --?”
14 Fruit stand 54 Like an old
piano
buys
55 Inventory
15 Prefix for
wd.
“dynamic”
16 Beat the
DOWN
field
1 Run away
from
2 Nose
stimulus
3 Bleached
one’s hair
4 Delhi
address
5 Come
unzipped
6 NFL
broadcaster
7 Nobel Prize
ANSWER GRID FOR 3/19/2013 CROSSWORD
5B
KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED
city
8 View as
9 Dangerous
curve
10 Smog
monitoring
grp.
11 Hewn
12 Bamboo
eater
17 U.S.
alliance
20 Grab the
phone
21 Risky
22 Kenya’s loc.
23 Lascivious
glance
24 --, vidi, vici
26 Bossed
around
27 Vigoda and
Fortas
28 Pre-Easter
period
31 Hwys.
35 Email
option
36 Long
sandwich
39 Cellar,
briefly
40 South Seas
paradise
41 Familiar
auth.
42 Subatomic
particle
45 “Who’s
Who” entries
46 Cause to
yawn
47 -- day now
48 Co.
honchos
49 Alcott girl
51 Unit of
resistance
SEXUAL ABUSE CAN OCCUR EVEN WITHOUT
ACTUAL PHYSICAL ASSAULT
DEAR ABBY: Is there such a thing
as non-physical sexual abuse? When
I was young, my father would fondle
my mother when I came to sleep with
them when I had a nightmare. (She
would rebuff his advances.) He would
also watch porn in front of me.
As I matured, he made
comments about my figure.
He would barge into my room
without knocking and insist
he didn’t have to knock. He’d
tell dirty jokes or talk about
sexually inappropriate things.
(The day after my wedding he
asked my husband how our
wedding night had been.)
But with all of this, he never
touched me or assaulted me.
His actions affected my self-esteem
and relationships because as I grew up
I thought the only thing I had to offer
was being sexy. Thankfully, therapy
and my husband helped me to see
myself as a fully dynamic person.
I recently began seeing a new
counselor who thinks my father
was just a dirty old man -- nothing
more. Was I abused? Any information
you have would be appreciated. -WONDERING IN WISCONSIN
DEAR WONDERING: When a
parent attempts to initiate sex or watch
pornography in front of a child, it is
sexualizing behavior and it could also
be considered “grooming” behavior.
Your father’s actions were so far out
of the normal boundaries that they
were off the charts. And yes, it WAS a
form of abuse. My advice is to change
counselors.
DEAR ABBY: My daughter is
mentally ill, homeless and on meth.
A year ago, when she wasn’t so bad,
she asked if I would take her 3-yearold daughter, “Lucy,” so she could get
herself together. Unfortunately, she
went the other direction.
It was fine when I thought that the
arrangement was temporary, but when
I realized I would be raising Lucy as a
single parent at 49, things got hard.
My so-called friends have
abandoned me, and so has my much
younger boyfriend. But what is
actually killing this is that I get
no respite. I am an extreme
introvert. Constant contact
drains me. When I don’t have
my “recharge” time, I tune Lucy
out, and the next thing I know
she has cut up the curtains or
hidden my shoes. I’m afraid
I’m just going to lose it. Work
doesn’t count; there are people
there, too. Bad thoughts are
going through my head because
I feel such resentment.
I know if I had time for my own
mental health, I could be a good
surrogate mother to Lucy, but if I can’t,
I’m starting to think I may have to give
her up, and that breaks my heart. I
want to scream, to throw things, to just
leave the house and walk until I drop.
Please help me. -- END OF MY ROPE
DEAR END: How much time do
you need to recharge? Would it be an
hour or hour and a half at the end of
each workday? Would an afternoon
during the weekends suffice? Have you
discussed this with Lucy’s grandfather
or her paternal grandparents? They
might be willing to get involved and
lighten your load. Would a neighbor
watch your grandchild on a regular
basis if you compensated her or him?
How about the person who already
takes care of Lucy while you’re at
work?
Please explore these options if you
haven’t already. Screaming, throwing
things and leaving the little girl alone
are not viable scenarios. However, if
you feel that you might harm her, it
would be better if you placed her for
adoption or in foster care.
220 HELP WANTED
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220 HELP WANTED
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220 HELP WANTED
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220 HELP WANTED
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230 HELP WANTED
MIDDLE KEYS
230 HELP WANTED
MIDDLE KEYS
416 FURN CONDOS
LOWER KEYS
417 UNFURN.CONDOS
LOWER KEYS
REMINGTON LODGING
AND HOSPITALITY
Is now hiring for the
following positions:
THE FISH CAMP
On Geiger Key.
Is looking for a Server.
Must be hardworking and
reliable. Over 18 with
transportation. Please
call 305-296-3553 for an
interview.
KEY WEST
HOME DELIVERY
CARRIER
The Key West Citizen
is currently accepting
applications for
Home Delivery Carriers
in Key West This is an
Independent Contractor
position where contractor
will be required to deliver
papers before 6am
7days a week to all home
delivery subscribers on
the assigned route.
All routes take approx.
4 hours to complete.
Payrate is per paper
delivered and
contractors are paid
weekly. Contractor is
responsible for providing
own transportation and
must have valid driver’s
license and insurance.
Contractor is responsible
for all expenses.
Please apply in person at
3420 Northside Drive,
Key West, FL 33040
or email:
[email protected]
The Learning Center
of Key West
Is now hiring teachers
with 45 hours of Early
Learning Education.
Please contact Kaleena
at 305-292-0440 to set
up an interview.
FINISH CARPENTER
D'Asign Source, the
premier design/build firm
in the Florida Keys, is
seeking highly skilled
Finish Carpenters for full
time employment.
Applicants must have a
minimum of five (5) years
of high end finish/trim
carpentry experience.
Duties such as: base,
case, crown and other
millwork, cabinetry,
doors, and hardware
installations for new
construction and
remodeling work. Must
have all the appropriate
hand and power tools.
Candidates must have a
valid driver's license and
reliable transportation,
such as a truck or van, to
carry tools and supplies
to and from the jobsites.
Wage is $18-$25 an hour
based upon experience
along with competitive
benefits. If you are
interested in this
opportunity, please email
your current resume and
portfolio of work to:
possess the following.
BANYAN COURT
Long term Old Town
rentals available at
Banyan Court. 2/2 unit
available near Historic
Key West Harbor
Waterfront. $2648.
Parking, pool, spa, great
downtown location.
Viking appliances,
granite counters. Call
Jessica: 305-295-3030
BANYAN COURT
Long term Old Town
rentals available at
Banyan Court. 2/2.5 unit
available near Historic
Key West Harbor
Waterfront. $2730.
Parking, pool, spa, great
downtown location.
Viking appliances,
granite counters. Call
Jessica: 305-295-3030
SMATHERS BEACH
1 & 2 bedroom fully
furnished condos on 8
acres of gated seclusion,
2 pools & tennis courts.
All you need are clothes
and groceries. Available
for 6 to 9 month leases.
Monthly rates range from
$1,300 to $1,800.
Most utilities included.
Gale Shepard
305-294-6069
422 FURNISHED APTS.
LOWER KEYS
* HR Director
* Kitchen Manager
* Front Desk Agent
* Night Auditor
* Lobby Ambassador
* Night time Restaurant/
Bar Supervisor
* Restaurant Attendant
* Bell Captain
* Starbucks Supervisor
* Baristas
* Catering Sales
Coordinator
* Director of Sales
* Bellman
The Lower Keys
Guides Association
A 501C-3 not for profit, is
looking to hire a part time
employee (20 hr a
week)to help in
marketing,outreach and
organizational logistics.
Requirements include,
but are not limited to:
proficiency in basic web
design, and other forms
of social media. The
Please pick up an
creation and
application at any of our
maintenance of
properties and leave at
applicable sites required.
the front desk along with
regular communication
your resume.
with membership
Crowne Plaza La Concha
regarding upcoming
meetings and updates on
430 Duval St.
on-going initiatives.
The Inn at Key West
-an understanding of the
3420 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
basics of the fishery, and
Southernmost House
all State or Federal
1400 Duval St.
actions which may effect
No phone calls please.
it.attendance at pertinent
public meetings and
THE CARIBBEAN SPA
workshops and the
at the
ability to provide
Pier House Resort
summary to membership
Is now hiring for the
the ability to help
following licensed
coordinate and facilitate
position:
fund raising campaigns
to communicate the
* Nail Technician *
views of the LKGA to the
public via internet,
Experience Necessary.
press realeaees, and
Must have verifiable
other media.
references.
This is a year long
Please email resume and
position with a starting
references to:
salary of 20k. Please
[email protected]
send
EOE, M/F/D/V
resume to [email protected]
Drug Free Workplace
WYLAND GALLERY
At 102 Duval St.
Is looking for 2 Sales
People that want to
make $$$ now!!
We offer:
*Insurance Plan
*401k
*$500 sign on bonus
*Paid vacation
*Spiffs
*Commission up
to 15%
* Great work
environment
*Tremendous Traffic
Call Andy 305-294-5240
230 HELP WANTED
MIDDLE KEYS
MAKE YOUR OWN
MONEY!
Marathon Newspaper
Delivery
Local newspaper
company is seeking an
independent contractor to
deliver papers in the
Marathon area starting
around 2 am, 7 days a
week. Contractor's
primary duties include
receiving papers at
specified drop-off
location, delivering
papers to vending box
and business locations,
returning unsold papers,
and optimizing sales
through vending box
placement, cleanliness,
and timeliness of
delivery. Contractor's pay
varies and can grow
based on his/her ability to
remain organized and
make strategic decisions
regarding optimum
location of vending
boxes. Additional delivery
locations may be added.
Applicants must possess
the following:
*Dependable
transportation
*Valid Driver's License
*Valid Auto Insurance
*Clean driving record
*Ability to lift 50 lbs.
Please email resume/
inquiries to
[email protected]
[email protected]
NEWSPAPER RACK
DELIVERY
MARATHON AREA
Successful candidate
must be driven to make
money and able to make
strategic decisions to
optimize newspaper
sales.
Applicants MUST also be
able to work 7 days per
week and early morning
hours to apply.
Applicants must also
* Valid Drivers license
* Valid Auto Insurance
* Clean driving record
* Ability to lift 50 lbs.
* Dependable
* Responsible
* Consistent
*Self motivated
*Organized
Applications are available
at 3420 Northside Drive
Key West, FL
or email resume/
inquiries to
[email protected]
The Turtle Hospital
in Marathon Is seeking a
full-time Educational
Program Guide/Gift
Shope Sales. Public
speaking and retail sales
experience and marine
turtle knowledge helpful.
Send resume to:
[email protected]
240 HELP WANTED
UPPER KEYS
OUTWARD BOUND Program Director
Seeking experienced
director to run wilderness
programming for regional
students. For more
information, go to:
http://www.ncobs.org/careers
310 SPORTING GOODS
LIKE NEW DIVE
EQUIPMENT
from computer to fins.
305-280-5482
325 MISCELLANEOUS
3 FACE VALUE
TICKETS
($75 each) for Mid Town
Men. At Tennessee
Williams Theater. March
27th. 8pm. Call Tom
305-509-2236.
417 UNFURN.CONDOS
LOWER KEYS
* LA BRISA 2/2 *
4th Floor, Water view
Tiled, W/D, new kitchen,
covered balcony &
carport, pool, beach,
Jacuzzi, tennis, bbq,
or furnished.Call now
AmeriRealty Corp
305-296-7706
BANYAN COURT
Long term Old Town
rentals available at
Banyan Court. 2/2 unit
available near Historic
Key West Harbor
Waterfront. $2205.
Parking, pool, spa, great
downtown location.
Viking appliances,
granite counters. Call
Jessica: 305-295-3030
Queen Large Efficiency
Large, light, bright. Well
furnished. Efficiency
great location 4 blocks
from Duval. Private
entrance & full bath.
Full kitchen, fans, A/C,
Wifi, W/D, security
camera, no pets,
no drugs, 7 small
efficiency $1,050
Year lease $1,500
month, 295-9000.
FABULOUS STUDIO
$1,100 includes all
utilities and satellite HD
TV. Many extras. 1
person only, no pets or
smoking. 305-849-2499.
428 UNFURNISHED
APTS. LOWER KEYS
4 APARTMENT
BUILDING FOR RENT
Apartments located in
Big Pine 2 studios one
$850 and other $900 ,
Two 1 bedroom
apartments $1,200each.
Utilties included. Pets
extra $25 per animal on
the deposit and $25 per
animal per month. Call
Amy 786-586-9826
Get results now!
Advertise here!
Call 292-7777
LEGAL NOTICES
FICTITIOUS NAMES
FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to
engage in a business under the
fictitious name Southernmost
Dog Training located at 716
Elizabeth St., Rear, Key West,
Florida 33040 intends to register
the said name with the Florida
Department of State, Tallahassee,
Florida.
DATED this 18th day of
March, 2013
Sole Owner:
Karen Prince
March 20, 2013
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 13-DR-2237
IN THE MATTER OF THE
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS FOR THE PROPOSED
ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD.
MINOR CHILD:
TOMMY LEE BUNCH, JR.
D/O/B: 01/05/2012
NOTICE OF PETITION AND
HEARING TO TERMINATE
PARENTAL RIGHTS PENDING
ADOPTION AND NOTICE OF
ACTION
TO: Tommy Lee Bunch
PUBLIC NOTICE
Current Residence Unknown
Last Known address: 5700
Laurel
Avenue, Apt. D9, Key West, FL
33040
D/O/B: 11/29/1971
Race: White
Height: 6'5”
Weight: 165
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
PUBLIC NOTICE
TO
THIS NOTICE AND THE
PETITION WITH THE COURT
OR
APPEAR AT THIS HEARING
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS
UPON WHICH THE COURT
SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE OR
ASSERT REGARDING THE
MINOR CHILD.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that
a Petition for Termination of
Parental Rights pending Adoption
has been filed in the above styled
court on February 12, 2013,
under
the above referenced case
number. There will be a hearing
on the petition to terminate
parental rights pending adoption
on March 28, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.
before THE HONORABLE
HEATHER L. HIGBEE in Hearing
Room 16H of the Orange County
Courthouse located at 425 North
Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL
32801. The court has set aside
fifteen (15) minutes for this
hearing. If you executed a
consent to adoption or an affidavit
of non-paternity and a waiver of
venue, you have the right to
request that the hearing on this
petition to terminate parental
rights
be transferred to the county in
which you reside. You may object
by appearing at the hearing or
filing a written objection with the
court.
You have been identified as a
potential birth father of the minor
child. You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to the petition on the
Adoption
Entity, Stephen H. Price, Esquire,
1411 Edgewater Drive, Suite 200,
Orlando, FL 32804 and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above-styled court on or before
March 27, 2013, otherwise, a
judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
petition.
UNDER FLORIDA STATUTES
63.089, FAILURE TO TIMELY
FILE A WRITTEN RESPONSE
The birth mother's name is
Christine Strozier who is 26 years
old and of Caucasian descent
with
brown eyes and brown hair, with a
ruddy complexion and is
approximately 115 pounds.
The one minor child subject to
this
action is a male child, who was
born on January 5, 2012 at South
Miami Baptist Hosptial, Miami,
Miami-Dade County, Florida. The
child is known by the following
name: Tommy Lee Bunch, Jr.
The
minor child has not been known
by
PUBLIC NOTICE
any other names, is not of any
known American Indian heritage.
The minor child is not the subject
of any other custody proceedings
pending in this state or any other
state. The minor child is not
subject to existing child support
order(s) in this or any other state
or territory.
The name, address and
telephone
number of the adoption entity
seeking to place the minor for
adoption is Cramer, Price & de
Armas, P.A., c/o Stephen H.
Price,
Esquire, 1411 Edgewater Drive,
Suite 200, Orlando, FL 32804,
407-843-3300.
The name, address and
telephone
number of the division of the
circuit
in which the petition is filed is:
Lydia Gardner, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Family Division, 425 North
Orange Avenue, Orange County
Courthouse, Orlando, FL 32802.
The telephone number is (407)
836-2055.
In accordance with the
AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES
ACT, if you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain
assistance.
Please contact Court
Administration at 425 North
Orange Avenue, Orange County
Courthouse, Orlando, FL 32802;
PUBLIC NOTICE
Telephone: 407/836-2050 within
two (2) working days of your
receipt of this summons. If you
are hearing impaired, call
1-800/955-8771; if you are voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8770.
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of
said Court and seal thereof, this
22nd day of February, 2013.
LYDIA GARDNER,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Laurie Petry
Deputy Clerk
Prepared by:
Stephen H. Price, Esquire
Cramer Price & de Armas, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 956937
1411 Edgewater Drive, Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32804
(407) 843-3300
February 27, March 6, 13 & 20,
2013 Key West Citizen
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
The Department announces
receipt of an application for a
Joint
Coastal Permit (File No.
0291485-002-JC), pursuant to
Chapter 161 and Part IV of
Chapter 373, Florida Statutes,
PUBLIC NOTICE
and
for authorization to use sovereign
submerged lands, pursuant to
Chapter 253, Florida Statutes.
The applicant is the City of Key
West, and the proposed activity is
to restore 650 feet of Rest Beach
with 8,000 cubic yards of beach
compatible sand using upland
sources.
Copies of the application may be
examined during normal working
hours at the Department of
Environmental Protection,
Beaches, Inlets and Ports
Program, 4708 NW Capital Circle,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303. The
application has also been posted
on the Department's Internet Web
site at:
www.dep.state.fl.us/beaches/
permitting/permits.htm
If you have any questions
regarding this application, you
may
contact Liz Yongue of the
Department, at (850) 414-7798.
Comments should be sent to Liz
Yongue at the Department of
Environmental Protection,
Beaches, Inlets and Ports
Program, 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station 300,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000
within fourteen (14) calendar days
of the date of this notice. Please
refer to the file number in your
response.
March 20, 2013
Key West Citizen
6B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN в—† WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
KEYSWIDE CLASSIFIED
462 OFFICE SPACE
428 UNFURNISHED
APTS. LOWER KEYS
440 UNFURN. HOUSES
LOWER KEYS
440 UNFURN. HOUSES
LOWER KEYS
1BR/1BA
All Cuban tile, ceiling
fans, A/C’s, large kitchen
with large backyard with
canal. All utilities and
cable. $950 F/L. Contact
294-2483, 797-2837.
washer/dryer, shared
pool. Available May.
Pets considered.
$1800/mo + utilities.
3/2 ON DEEP CANAL
MM.21. Just remolded
1900 sq.ft. 2 car garage,
160’
seawall
$2,900
month. 304-7923.
SEASONAL RENTAL:
Adorable furnished 2/1
Conch Home in the
Meadows w/private pool,
washer/dryer.
Pets considered.
Available May
thru November.
$2000/mo + utilities.
Golf Course Townhome
2BR/1.5BA with W/D,
double balconies, dead
end street. $1650/mo.
plus utilities. Ask for
Everett Watkins.
Preferred Properties
305-292-5097
2BR/2BA TOWNHOUSE
MM 10. Behind private
gate. Open water views.
Private beach, swimming
pool, 2 car garage, dock
for your boat. Long term.
$2,500, F/L/S.
305-587-0848.
702 FLORIDA STREET
in KW. 2BR/2Bath in the
Meadows, quiet, very
attractive, OSP,
$2950/mo, 954-292-6407
2BR/1BA POOL
Central A/C, adults.
$1,800 mo. plus utilities
F/L/S. (305)296-2764.
SANTA CLARA
Brand new 2BR/2BA,
$1600/mo. F/L/S. 1 year
lease. good credit req.
(305)304-9973
Small 1 Bedroom
One of 4 units, sharing a
pool and a private courtyard. Near White and
United. Ideal for a single,
quiet person, does not
like to party, non-smoker.
Pet friendly. $995/mo.
plus all utilities & garbage
(averages @ $200/mo).
F/L & full month security
(No exceptions).
Available April 1st.
305-587-9392.
434 FURNISHED HOUSES
LOWER KEYS
Old Town 2 Bedroom
Cottage and 3 Bedroom
Home
both with pools
$2,500 and $3,500.
305-896-5734
440 UNFURN. HOUSES
LOWER KEYS
AT HOME IN KEY
WEST
888-337-9029
Pictures and more
properties at
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OLD TOWN
Updated efficiency
w/ separate kitchen;
Fantastic Old Town
location;
Pets considered;
Available NOW
$1250/mo + utilities
Updated 2/1 apt
w/washer/dryer,
central AC, shared pool
& tiki hut.
Available April
$1850/mo plus utilitiess.
Sorry – no pets.
2/1.5 cottage in historic
compound;
screened porch,
washer/dryer,
central AC, shared pool.
Cats OK.
AVAILABLE NOW.
$2000/mo plus utilities
.
Newly renovated 1/1 apt.
in Old Town;
AC, washer/dryer; pets
considered. Available
April. Pets considered.
$1400/mo + utilites
One-room cottage
w/ wrap around porch &
fenced yard,
Available May.
Pets considered;
$1300/mo + electric.
1/1 w/ sitting room
2nd floor apt w/ large
front porch; AC,
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SEASONAL RENTAL:
Cozy furnished 1/1 apt.
Washer/Dryer, patio &
front porch. $1500/mo
INCLUDES ALL UTILS..
MID TOWN
Spacious 3/2 apt. just off
White Street. Easy walk
to Ocean & Duval.
Washer/dryer, AC units,
front porch.
Pets considered.
Available late April.
$1900/mo + utilities
NEW TOWN
SEASONAL RENTAL:
Immaculate furnished
2/1.5 Townhome w/sitting
room, washer/dryer,
OSP, private spa;
Pets considered.
Available May thru
November. $1700/mo
Plus electric & water.
KEY WEST GOLF CLUB
2/1.5 townhome w/
shared pool, large decks,
washer/dryer.
Central AC.
Pets considered.
Available late April.
$1875/mo + utils.
2/1 townhome w/ shared
pool, washer/dryer,
central AC.
Pets considered.
Available late May.
$1800/mo + utilities.
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properties @
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AT HOME IN KEYWEST
888-337-9029
NEW TOWN
Single, spacious, newly
remodel 3BR/2BA
single with built in pool.
$2,950 plus utilities.
Call 215-431-4931.
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which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation 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 knowingly accept any advertising
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are hereby informed that all
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equal opportunity basis.
359003
Ocean/Sunset Views
MM15, large and
spacious 2BR/2BA, boat
ramp, W/D, fenced yard,
. $2,600 month,
F/L $1,000 deposit.
305-748-8149.
COMPASS REALTY
305-292-1480
Commercial For Sale
Search All Key West and
FL Keys Commercial RE
and Businesses For Sale
at www.KeysRealEstate.com
624 WHITEHEAD ST.
Entire first floor available.
April 1. Owner Broker
305-296-7063
US-1 Hwy Frontage
Bay Point
40,170 SF with 2,829 SF
of Retail/Office Space
and 1,562 SF
Commercial Trailer.
Ample Parking.
464 STORAGE
STORAGE
Industrial Warehouses
Sizes vary.
Storage Containers
On our site or yours.
Call (305)294-0277
508 MOBILE HOME LOTS
LOWER KEYS
Rare Mobile Home Lots
Available for annual
lease in Key West.
Please contact Stadium
Mobile Home office at
305-294-1200 for details.
520 HOMES
LOWER KEYS
BRAND NEW 3/2
FOR SALE
$5000 Moves You In!
Call Joe Cleghorn
(305) 304-6627
7 Days a Week
Unfurnished Homes
2b/2b Golf Club
townhome. Available
immediately. No pets.
Long term only.
***V.A. SPECIAL***
Brand new 3/2
$1,800/mo. including
taxes & insurance. 0
down. We pay all closing
costs. Not 1 penny out
of your pocket to close.
Only 1 left at this price.
Joe Cleghorn
(305) 304-6627
Call for more information
Furnished Homes:
Call for more
information.
Key West Golf Course
$295,000
2 Story Townhouse, 2
bedrooms, 1 and half
baths, pool and club
house across the street,
#1 Green Tee from back
yard, new central A/C,
W/D, D/W. Call for
appointment. Charles
Lee, Cabana Realty, Inc.
Realtor, 294-6259,
923-7167.
Call Compass Realty
for an appt. 292-1480 or
888-884-7368
www.compass-realty.com
TROPICAL OASIS
1BR, gorgeous kitchen,
pool, 8’ fence. Internet &
utilities included.
Consider friendly pet .
$2,700 F/L/S.
305-924-0009
778-478-2425
452 VACATION RENTALS
LOWER KEYS
2BR/2.5BA W/JACUZZI
1,568 sq.ft.. Fully
furnished, A/C. Large lot
on canal w/ocean
access, in Geiger Key.
305-293-0153 for
appointment
PLANNING YOUR
TRIP TO KEY WEST?
Historic Hideaways has
been providing
customers with Vacation
Rentals for 25 years.
Rent a private home or
condo w/ pool for the
same price as a hotel.
Weekly, monthly
or longer.
Visit us in person at:
1109 Duval Street or
CUDJOE GARDENS
FORECLOSURE
20896 7th Ave. West
Cudjoe Key. Cleared tile
and deed. No bank.
Private mortgage
foreclosure. 2BR/2BA.
1500sq.ft. Cash offered
only. No Realtors Please.
Minimum cash offered of
$399,000 required. Call
843-715-9034 for details.
www.HistoricHideaways.com
or call at 800-654-5131.
Full service property
management.
458 VACATION RENTALS
ELSEWHERE
526 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
CABIN FOR RENT
Wasilla, Alaska lakefront
sleeps 4, appliances, furnished, fishing, hiking,
mountain views.
$120/day, minimum 3
days, $700/wk. Keys
contact [email protected]
KEY ACCENTS
Premier Furniture &
Accessories Business.
Open 7 profitable years.
Competitive Lease.
305-293-8555
Service Directory - - - - New Residents Arriving Daily!
Make sure they know your business.
Advertise in the Citizen for just over $2.60 per day.
MARCH 20 – 26, 2013
305-332-0483
CHESS CLASSES
Affordable & Professional
Smoke & Odor Removal
305-240-8425
305-304-2599
TALIA LAWN &
CARWASH SERVICE
381784
Only $10 per Class!
COMPUTER
SERVICES
381790
Key West to Big Pine
Kenneth Wells
4 Generations
Painting • Faux Finishes
305-879-0939
(305) 296-6985
MARINE
PRINTING
MARINE DIESEL
of the FLORIDA KEYS INC.
Commercial Printing
on Quality Newsprint
GENERATORS
305-292-2300
Randy Erickson
Cooke Communications
[email protected]
305-292-7777 Ext. 203
Tony’s
Sales Service
Diesel & L.P.
292-9277
Roofing & Sheet Metal
RC0064676
381590
381779
Monroe County’s Oldest
296-5932
Searstown Shopping
Center
Space Available- Join
Publix, Outback, Sears
and Champs. 2,000 SF
Moped
Rental/Sales/Service
Business
Major Price Reduction
Business and
Real Estate for Sale
33 Year proven track
record. Licensed for 177
mopeds, 50 electric cars
and 150 bicycles
9 ROGO's and
Transient Licenses
For Sale.
Call for Details.
Contact Claude J.
Gardner, Jr.
305-766-3133
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty
# 1 in KEY WEST
commercial sales and
lease volume in 2011
and for the last
10 years combined.
610 TRUCKS
1987 Jeep Comanche
Loredo Pick-up Truck
4x4, 4.0L, 5 speed
manual trans. A/C,
radio/CD, canvas bed
cover, 131K miles, looks
good, runs good. Asking
$5,000. Little Torch Key.
Call 305-517-6489.
save 1000’s
620 AUTOS FOR SALE
NILES SALES AND
SERVICE
305-294-1003
Ask for Mr. Clean
*This Week’s Specials*
www.nilesgm.com
2002 Ford Explorer
Super low miles,
extra clean, auto, a/c.
Very sporty.
305-294-1003
$4,988 SAVE
2005 Kia Sedona
Step rails, automatic,
A/C, 4 cyl, great on
saving fuel cost.
$5,988 SAVE
2003 Honda Civic 4Dr
Excellent cond. Super
clean, very sporty, auto,
a/c, power windows.
305-294-1003
$6,987 SAVE
620 AUTOS FOR SALE
Z 71, 4 by 4, leather, low
miles.
SAVE SAVE SAVE
$16,995
2009 Chevrolet Aveo LT
5 door hatchback,
sunroof, automatic, A/C,
alloy wheel, sporty.
$9,979
2004 Cadillac Deville
Leather, chrome wheels,
fully equipped, super
clean luxury.
$9,988
2008 Nissan Maxima SL
Leather, sunroof, auto,
alloy wheels and much,
much more. Pure Luxury
SAVE SAVE SAVE
Great Buys
2013 Audi A5 Prestige
2010 Buick LaCrosse CXL
2012 Chev Silverado LTZ
2003 Jeep Liberty
4x4, sunroof, a/c, power
windows & locks. Looks
good, drives good.
$9,988 SAVE
2012 Chevrolet Express
12 Passenger
2011 Dodge Nitro Heat
305-294-1003
Plus tax, tag and doc fee
2003 Chevrolet Tahoe
SUV, Excellent condition,
very sporty, full power
305-294-1003
$9,988 SAVE
Niles Sales and Service
3500 N. Roosevelt Blvd
Key West. Ask for
Mr. Clean 305-294-1003
www.nilesgm.com
2006 Ford E250
Cargo Van
V8, auto, full set of rack
bins, color white,
low miles.
305-294-1003
$9,989 SAVE
DUNCAN AUTO SALES
1618 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
305-294-5126
2007 Nissan Altima
2.5S
Sedan, color blue,
low miles, a/c, 4 cyl,
fuel saver,power locks
& windows, cruise.
305-294-1003
$10,998 SAVE
2005 Ford Taurus
Auto, a/c, p/w, p/l,
am/fm/cd
$4,995
2004 Toyota Corolla LE
Auto a/c, p/w,p/l, p/b
am/fm/cd $5,995
2002 Ford Taurus SEL
Auto, a/c, p/b, am/fm/cd
$6,995
2004 Chevrolet Tahoe
LT
Leather, 3rd row seats,
sunroof, side rails, tow
package
$11,988
2007 Dodge Nitro
Auto, a/c, p/w, p/l
alloys, am/fm/cd
$7,995
2004 Nissan 350Z
Convertible
Leather, automatic, a/c,
low miles, silver w/blue
top, roadster.
305-294-1003
$12,998 SAVE
2005 Chrysler PT
Cruiser Convertible
A/C, leather, alloys,
am/fm/cd
$8,995
2006 Chrysler Town
& Country
Dual, a/c, auto,p/w, p/l,
am/fm/cd $8,995
2006 Chevrolet Tahoe
3rd row seat, V8, 2WD,
power windows & locks.
Low miles, extra clean.
305-294-1003
$13,888 SAVE
2004 Ford F-150 Lariat
Auto, a/c, alloys,
bedliner, leather
$10,995
2010 Ford Fusion SE
Low miles, fully loaded,
pwr windows & locks,
automatic. Like new.
305-294-1003
$14,999 SAVe
2008 Nissan Altima
Coupe
Auto, a/c, p/w, p/l, p/s,
p/b, am/fm/cd
$11,995
2006 Jeep Wrangler
Sport
Automatic, 4 wheel drive,
6 cyl, soft top, low miles,
very sporty.
305-294-1003
$16,988 SAVE
2009 Toyota Matrix
Auto, a/c, p/w, p/l,
am/fm/cd $11,995
2011 Ford Fiesta
A/C, p/s, p/b, am/fm/cd
$12,995
2010 Nissan Altima
2.5S
Very sporty, 4 door, extra
clean, low miles, power
windows and locks, fuel
saver
$16,988 SAVE
2010 Ford Ranger XL
Auto, a/c,ladder rack,
utility body, p/s,p/b,
am/fm/stereo
$12,995
2009 Honda Accord
EXL
Leather, sunroof,
alloy wheels.
$13,995
2010 Nissan Maxima
Like new, leather. All the
toys. Color black cherry.
305-294-1003
$19,998 SAVE
2008 BMW 328i
Low miles, navigation,
automatoc, a/c, loaded.
Sporty & luxury.
305-294-1003
$21,888 SAVE
2008 Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited
4 doors, automatic, A/C,
like new, very sporty.
$21,988 SAVE
2007 Pontiac Solstice
Convertible
Low miles, auto, a/c.
$13,995
2007 Mazda Miata Conv
A/C, p/w, p/l, leather,
alloys $13,995
2010 Ford Fusion
Auto, a/c, alloys,
am/fm/cd
$13,995
2009 GMC Sierra 1500
Crew
34,000 miles, fully
equipped. Like new, 4
doors, V8. Excellent
condition
$23,888 SAVE
2009 Scion XB
Auto, a/c, p/w, p/l,
am/fm/cd
$13,995
2010 Toyota Tacoma
Auto, a/c, low miles.
$14,950
2008 Dodge Challenger
SRT 8 Color orange,
sunroof, leather,
navigation. Low, low
miles.
SAVE SAVE SAVE
2007 Chevrolet
Silverado 2500 HD
Crew Diesel
2012 Fiat 500
Auto, a/c, p/w, p/b, p/l,
am/fm/cd
$14,995
2007 Chevrolet
Avalanche LT
Auto, leather, a/c, pw, p/l,
alloys, am/fm/cd
59%
of adults rank newspapers
first as the media used to help
plan shopping or make purchasing
decisions in the past 7 days.
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2012 Nissan Pathfinder
Auto, dual a/c, alloys,
am/fm/cd
$23,995
2011 BMW 128i
Auto, a/c, sunroof, alloys
$23,995
Sixty (60) others to
choose from
Visit us at:
duncanauto.com
Tax, Tag & Doc fees not
included.
DUNCAN BIG STORE
Over 130 cars and trucks
to select from. 294-5126.
2007 LINCOLN MKZ
Auto, A/C, leather, alloys,
garaged, 1 owner,
62,000 miles, super
clean, excellent condition
$10,500. 305-745-3330.
KEY WEST KIA
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040
305-295-8646
* Manager Specials *
2014 Kia Sorentos
In Stock
2013 New Kia Rios
Starting at $14,600
2013 New Kia Souls
Starting at $14,600
2012 Kia Sedona
Auto, a/c.
Bank Repo
Take over payments.
2009 Kawasaki 1500
Jet Ski
Was $7,990 Now $5,990
2012 Buick LaCrosse
Fully loaded, 8K miles.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2006 Mazda 6
Auto, a/c, 64K miles.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2010 Nissan Frontier
Crew cab, auto, a/c,
13,900 miles
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2009 Nissan Sentra
Auto, a/c, 71K miles.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2011 Toyota Camry LE
Auto, a/c, 34K miles.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2009 Kia Borrego LE
Auto, a/c, leather,
32K miles.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2013 Kia Sorento
Auto, a/c.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2009 Kia Sorento
Auto, a/c, 62K miles
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2011 Kia Sorento
Auto, a/c, 22K miles
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2011 Kia Soul
Auto, a/c, 26K miles
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2010 Kia Soul
Auto, a/c, sunroof,
33K miles.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2011 Kia Sportage
Auto, a/c.
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
2007 Kia Sportage LX
5 speed, a/c, 89K miles
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
Tax, tag and DOC fee
not included in sale price
(305)295-8646
Call us and
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
658 RV/MOTOR HOMES
TOYOTA WINNI
6 cyl. 20’ Runs great,
new tires and battery,
need some TLC. $6,900
OBO. 305-619-0614.
80% of newspaper readers report
looking at advertising when reading the paper.
NOT
2008 Lincoln MKX
Auto, dual a/c,
back-up cam, leather,
alloys, navigation.
$21,995
2001 DESIGNER 5TH
Wheel RV. 33RLS Set up
in Park. Excellent
condition-non-smoker.
2 Slides. $11,000
negotiable. Call
406-939-0280
Did you know...
If you are
2008 BMW X-3
Auto, a/c, sunroof,
leather, one owner
$21,950
2005 Toyota Tundra
Reg Cab
V6, auto, a/c, p/s, p/b
$6,995
2005 Nissan Murano SL
Low miles, super nice,
sunroof, leather, fully
equipped, sporty.
$10,998 SAVE
without
bait!
RS0016738
Established 1953
Residential & Commercial
Duval Street Ice Cream
Store
Business and leasehold
for sale
Prime Block of Duval
620 AUTOS FOR SALE
$8,987 SAVE
Shimp
how to catch the
advertising
attention of
in The Citizen Key West Citizen
it’s like fishing
readers.
ROOFING
Keys Power
RETAIL SPACE
For Sale
Steps from Duval 524
Southard St. 2088 SF.
Large Windowed
storefront, Parking
Spaces, Loft w/ kitchen
and office.
PRICE JUST REDUCED
620 AUTOS FOR SALE
Scarborough Research 2008 • How America Shops and Spends/MORI Research 2009
381592
381785
381589
Tabloids • Booklets
Newletters • Info Guides
Authorized Diesel
Sales & Service, Installation
Waterfront Restaurant
in Sugarloaf
Major Price Reduction,
Licensed for 225 seats,
permitted for liquor sales.
Beautifully renovated and
could be changed easily
to any type of rest.. 25
year lease. Bring Offers!
2004 Explorer Sport
Trac
4 door truck, SUV all in
one. Runs & looks great.
Loaded with equipment.
PAINTING &
DECORATING
SP 1259
by Florida’s Champion
305-292-1880
Helps you with repair or
small projects in the house.
LAWN SERVICES
Chess Classes
• Web Site Design
• Internet Advertising
• Search Engine Marketing
• Google Certified Partner
ODOR REMOVAL
381781
Cash!
European Craftsman
381594
381591
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks
Running or Not
Old Town B&B
9 units- commercial
kitchen, pool,
comes turn-key
w/ increasing gross.
2003 Saturn Vue
Black, 4 cyl, fuel saver,
power windows & locks
$5,997 SAVE
ODOR REMOVAL
381780
All Autos All Years
914-426-6855
CALL 292-7777 X3
HANDYMAN
AUTOS
534 COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
BUSINESS CENTER
$650- $850/mo
Includes all utilities
305-296-4087
[email protected]
BUSINESS IDENTITY
$170/mo.
Te r r y at
292-7777x214
662 POWER BOATS
42’ GRAND BANKS
CLASSIC TRAWLER
1976 fiberglass hull as-is
$40k. Great live aboard
Tom 305-775-6785.
2013 20 BAY ANGLER
Approx 15 hours, 150 HP
Mercury 4 stroke, jack
plate, trim tabs, custom
helm cover, custom
bimini, custom seat
cushions, extra rod
holders, engine cover,
740S Garmin chart
plotter, marine
radio, alumn magic tilt
trailer. Invested $38,000,
sell for $29,500.
563-528-5718.
2003 YAMAHA 6HP
4 stroke, $750.
(305)878-1943.
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