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Rules change for lobster, crabs - Receive the Entire Key West
The Florida Keys’ Only Daily Newspaper, Est. 1876
Anibal Sanchez
Marlins look to snap skid — Page 1B
Saturday
June 11, 2011 ◆ Vol. 135 ◆ No. 163 ◆ 16 pages
50 Cents
Rules change for lobster, crabs
WEATHER
Federal councils set lobster quota No quota for stone crabs
BY TIMOTHY O’HARA
Citizen Staff
Michael Sealey, fifth grade
Gerald Adams Elementary School
Two federal fishery management councils have postponed
establishing closed areas for
spiny lobster harvesting and
requiring commercial fishermen to use color-specific trap
lines.
The South Atlantic and Gulf
of Mexico fishery management
Sunrise: 6:38 a.m.
Sunset: 8:16 p.m.
Today: Clouds, sun, possible rain
High 87
Tonight: Partly cloudy, maybe T-storm
Low 80
Complete forecast on Page 2A
councils, which met jointly in
Key West this week, did set the
annual catch limit for spiny
lobster at 7 million pounds,
with 5.8 million pounds being
allocated to commercial fishermen. The councils voted
unanimously Friday on the
annual limit.
The federal MagnusonStevens Fishery Conservation
and Management Act requires
that annual catch limits be set
for all commercially harvested
fish by December.
The councils agreed to work
with commercial fishermen
and the Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary on setting
aside no-fishing areas off the
Florida Keys, with the goal of
protecting endangered stag-
BY TIMOTHY O’HARA
Citizen Staff
Annual catch limits for
commercially
harvested
fish have been a controversial issue bitterly opposed
by local commercial fishermen. They soon will not
have to worry about feder-
ally imposed quotas, however, for one popular species
caught off the Florida Keys
— stone crab.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) board on
Thursday approved rules that
See STONE CRABS, Page 3A
See LOBSTER, Page 3A
COMING SUNDAY
KEY WEST
RESTING ON THEIR LAURELS
Man
cops to
mugging
In Solares Hill tomorrow, available
in the Sunday Key West Citizen:
• On the Side of History:
BY ADAM LINHARDT
Revisiting plans to convert
Glynn Archer Elementary into
City Hall.
• Key West Summer Stage:
Soundings reports on a new
theater fest.
• Also inside: From the Grapevine,
Fit as a Fiddle, Pets Health,
Game Page and more.
Citizen Staff
FLORIDA
‘Swamp Wars’ means
humans versus snakes
MIAMI: With its beautiful
beaches, luxury hotels, hot
nightclubs and nightmarish
traffic, it’s easy to forget that
South Florida was built on a
giant swamp. Page 5A
MIKE HENTZ/The Citizen
NATION
The Class of 2011 students await their diplomas at the Key West High School graduation ceremony Friday night at Tommy Roberts
Memorial Stadium. The school said 310 seniors graduated, with about $4.28 million in scholarships awarded.
Thousands of Palin’s
emails are released
SADDLEBUNCH KEYS
JUNEAU, Alaska: Alaska
officials on Friday released
thousands of pages of Sarah
Palin’s emails, giving a glimpse
of her time as governor, her
struggles in dealing with gossip about her family and her
rise to national prominence
as the GOP vice presidential
nominee. Page 7A
See ATTACK, Page 3A
3, including baby, survive U.S. 1 head-on crash
BY ADAM LINHARDT
Citizen Staff
A man driving a woman and her 1year-old daughter for their first trip to
Key West reportedly fell asleep at the
wheel and smashed into an oncoming
tractor-trailer early Friday.
The baby, Lonni Romans, and her mother, 27-year-old Jodi Romans, were airlifted
to a Miami hospital in stable condition
together, because she refused to leave her
daughter behind, Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Gary Dunick said.
“The child suffered some injuries to
her neck, but every airbag in the little
Ford SUV deployed,” Dunick said of
WORLD
the rental car. “The little car seat was
destroyed, but the little girl was stable
when she was loaded into the helicopter.”
Jodi Romans and driver Brock Wagner,
32, suffered severe leg injuries, Dunick
said. Two helicopters landed near Baby’s
Coffee to airlift Wagner and the Romans
to Ryder Trauma Center after the 7 a.m.
wreck at Mile Marker 15, which caused
traffic jams on U.S. 1 until noon.
Wagner had been awake while traveling for about 24 hours, Dunick said.
Neither alcohol nor drugs were a factor
in the crash, only lack of rest, Dunick
said.
“People are trying to do too much.
From law enforcement to everyone else,
we’re not giving ourselves enough rest.
Everyone is working two jobs or they’re
stressed or both and they’re getting
behind the wheel,” Dunick said. “Here
these people have been waiting for years
to come down to Key West for vacation
and now they’re stuck in a Miami hospital room.”
Wagner was driving a 2001 Ford
Escape south when he veered into the
northbound lane and struck a rig driven by Joseph Flynn, 70, of Jacksonville.
Flynn was taken by ambulance to Lower
Keys Medical Center, where he was listSee CRASH, Page 3A
KEY WEST
JIATF-South gets new
Coast Guard commander
Polos, drug dealers
inspire fashion trend
MEXICO CITY: “Narco
Polo” is the new fashion
trend sweeping lower-class
neighborhoods in Mexico,
inspired by seven high-ranking drug traffickers who were
arrested over a three-month
stretch wearing open-neck,
short-sleeved jerseys with
the familiar horseman-witha-stick emblem. Page 8A
INDEX
A Key West man faces up to
25 years in prison when he is
sentenced next month for his
role in mugging
an Old Town
resident two
years ago.
Jonathan
Bien-Aime,
20, pleaded no
contest Friday
Bien-Aime
morning to robbery, battery on a person over
65 and possession of cocaine.
Bien-Aime is scheduled to be
sentenced July 27 before county Judge Wayne Miller.
He is one of four co-defendants — and the second to
plead — in the July 13, 2009,
beating of Key West resident
Don Sullivan. Bien-Aime had
BY ADAM LINHARDT
Citizen Staff
It was the son of a retiring Coast Guard rear
admiral and commander
of Joint Interagency Task
Force-South who brought
down the house at the
packed Tennessee Williams
Theatre Friday morning as
he recalled and honored his
◆
CLASSIFIED ADS – 5-8 B
THE CITIZEN ONLINE ◆ keysnews.com
father’s service.
Retiring Coast Guard Rear
Adm. Daniel Lloyd’s son,
Brandon, received a standing ovation from hundreds
and moved a few to tears as
he recalled his father’s service to country and home.
MIKE HENTZ/The Citizen
He recalled not only the The Color Guard performs Friday as, from left, Adm. Robert J. Papp
thousands of hours his father Jr., Gen. Douglass M. Fraser, outgoing JIATF-S commander Rear Adm.
COMICS – 6 A
PLANTATION KEY
11 seniors
banned from
graduation
BY STEVE GIBBS
Citizen Staff
The Coral Shores High School
valedictorian and homecoming
queen were among 11 seniors
who were not allowed to participate in their graduation ceremony Wednesday night after
a surveillance camera showed
them trashing the school that
morning, district officials said.
The Monroe County School
District declined to press charges against the 15 suspects, four
of whom were younger than
the seniors, but Principal Dr.
Alberto Rodriguez spent most
of Wednesday talking to their
parents.
“We thought excluding them
from commencement exercises was punishment enough,”
Rodriguez said. “Trust me, they
learned their lesson.”
Salutatorian Alexa Frink
replaced valedictorian Sarah
Brown in addressing the 165
graduates who were allowed to
Daniel Lloyd and incoming commander Rear Adm. Charles D. Michel
See JIATF-S, Page 3A await the change-of-command ceremony.
CRIME REPORT – 2 A
CROSSWORD – 6 B
KEYS CALENDAR – 2 A
See VANDALISM, Page 8A
OPINION – 4 A
SPORTS/LOTTERY – 1 B
FOR HOME DELIVERY ◆ (305) 292-7777
2A
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
PAGE 2
from 10 a.m. to noon Thursdays
at Unity of the Keys Church, 1011
Virginia St., Key West, and from 1
• Adopt-a-Cat Month
to 3 p.m. Fridays at the Key West
June is Adopt-a-Cat Month at the
United Methodist Church, 600 Eaton
Florida Keys SPCA, 5230 College
Road, Stock Island. Spayed, neutered St. Information on resume building,
interviewing skills, the “hidden” job
and microchipped cats, with their
market and more is tailored to fit the
shots up to date, are available for
Florida Keys area workforce. For more
adoption for free during the month.
information, call 305-292-6762.
The usual adoption process will
apply. For more information, call
• Art Camp
305-294-4857.
The Key West Art & Historical Society
is offering two-week sessions of its
• Job search workshop
Art Camp program from Monday
A series of free South Florida
to June 24. The first session, for
Workforce workshops is being held
IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Citizens’ Voice
AROUND THE KEYS
Editor’s note: To have your event listed in Around the Keys, e-mail
the who, what, where and when to [email protected]
kids in kindergarten and first grade,
will be from 9:30 to 11 a.m. The
second session, for kids in grades
six through eight, will be from 2 to
4 p.m. Classes meet at the East
Martello Tower Museum on South
Roosevelt Boulevard. The cost of
each session is $135 for museum
members or $150 for nonmembers.
To register, or for more information,
call 305-295-6616, ext. 112.
TODAY IN KEYS HISTORY
“Citizens’ Voice’’ is a
forum for you to
tell us what’s
on your mind.
Call the “Voice’’
at (305) 293-7900
or e-mail to [email protected]
Some of the comments will be published daily.
The Pigeon Key Foundation is hosting
Local’s Day, with free admission from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The ferry to
Tickets for the ReMARCable Meals
the island departs from Knights Key.
Raffle are now on sale at The
Food, drinks, giveaways, a casting con- • Free coupon class
Restaurant Store, 1111 Eaton St.,
test, history tours, and marine biology A free coupon class will be offered
and the MARC Plant Store, at 1401
activities, including a touch tank, will
from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at 550 Ave.
Seminary St. The cost is $5 each or
F at the Apostolic Worship Center on
five for $20. There will be two winners; be offered. Call 305-743-5999.
Big Coppitt Key. For more informaeach wins four dinners for two. The
tion, call 305-747-3341.
restaurants involved are 915, A&B
UPCOMING PICKS
Lobster House, The Creperie, Bistro
245, Latitudes, Marquesa and Seven • Animal Farm open
The sheriff’s Animal Farm will be
• ReMARCable Meals Raffle
KEY WEST 5-DAY FORECAST
TODAY
TONIGHT
SUNDAY
MONDAY
Clouds and sun,
a t-storm in the
afternoon
Partly cloudy
with a shower or
t-storm
Variably cloudy
with a shower or
t-storm
Some sun,
warm; a p.m.
t-storm possible
87
80
89/80
90/80
90/65
“This is the worst drought in
decades and Glynn Archer school
still has the irrigation system running every day around 5:45 a.m.
when I walk my dog.”
Wind southeast 6-12 knots today.
Waves 3-5 feet. A thunderstorm.
Water Temp 82°
Seen is the bell of a German ship that was sunk by the Royal Navy in
1940 west of the Dry Tortugas. It was recovered in 1991.
“I also think The Citizen was
wrong to give further publicity to
the streaker. There are excellent
reasons ‘streakers’ are not shown
on the broadcasts, and the fact
that this [guy] is from Key West is
nothing but an embarrassment. If I
were one of the unfortunates doing
the seven-hour round trip who got
bounced from the ballpark after five
innings because they were with this
[guy], it wouldn’t have been pretty.”
“I ride my bicycle on Flagler Avenue because it is the most direct
route, it has nice new asphalt and
no stop signs to slow me down.
Don’t get mad at me for slowing
you down. Everyone living on that
street has a driveway and the city
still choose to put in parking spaces there instead of bike lanes.”
“Don’t open the libraries on
Mondays until you fix the restrooms, air conditioning, parking
lot, broken ceiling lights, get
public computers that aren’t so
slow, upgrade the Wi-Fi, buy more
books, and wash the floor. And fix
the garden gate!”
factual.
furious.
funn y.
flaky.
341106
CITIZENS VOICE
THE CITIZEN
KEY WEST
87/80
24 hrs. ending 5 p.m. Fri. ........... trace
Month to date ............................ 0.48”
Normal month to date ............... 1.56”
Year to date ............................... 4.33”
Normal year to date ................ 12.69”
Sun and Moon:
lows
2:38 a.m.
4:11 p.m.
3:28 a.m.
7:41 p.m.
4:18 a.m.
8:55 p.m.
5:06 a.m.
6:39 p.m.
5:53 a.m.
7:21 p.m.
6:40 a.m.
8:03 p.m.
7:28 a.m.
8:45 p.m.
MARINE FORECAST
MARATHON
90/79
Sunrise today ..................... 6:38 a.m.
Sunset today ....................... 8:16 p.m.
Moonrise today ................... 4:11 p.m.
Moonset today .................... 2:51 a.m.
TAMPA
91/75
ST. PETERSBURG
90/74
Full
Last
New
First
July 1
July 8
WEST PALM BEACH
86/74
June 15 June 23
FLORIDA CITIES FORECAST
FT. MYERS
88/72
FT. LAUDERDALE
87/78
MIAMI
87/77
City
Daytona Beach
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Myers
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Miami
Orlando
Pensacola
St. Petersburg
Sarasota
Tallahassee
Tampa
West Palm Beach
KEY LARGO
87/77
Forecasts and graphics
provided by
AccuWeather, Inc. ©2011
Tomorrow
Hi Lo W
89 71 t
89 77 t
91 74 t
92 68 t
90 69 s
91 77 t
93 72 t
92 76 s
92 74 t
90 75 t
94 72 t
91 74 t
88 74 t
Monday
Hi Lo W
91 72 t
91 78 t
90 74 t
93 72 t
93 72 t
91 77 t
94 72 t
93 78 pc
92 75 pc
90 74 pc
97 72 t
91 75 pc
90 74 t
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy,
c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms,
r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.
NATIONAL CITIES FORECAST TODAY’S NATIONAL FORECAST
20 YEARS AGO
Divers recovered the bell of the German merchant ship Rhein
Hamburg, which was sunk by the English Navy in December
1940 and assisted by the U.S. Navy a year before America entered
the war.
The Coast Guard rescued 18 Cuban refugees, including a 75year-old woman, from a 30-foot boat.
Jim Zades, a MARC client, painted the cover for a special
recording titled “South of the Border” by 30 Key West singers and
musicians.
50 YEARS AGO
“The City Commission needs to
make up its mind about Old Town
parking. First they say there is not
enough parking spots for residents,
and now they want to chop that
number in half by only allowing
alternate-side parking in order to
street sweep. The only thing in Old
Town that blows loud and should
be banned is its commissioner.”
highs
88/80
Precipitation
ORLANDO
90/71
Marathon
lows
89/79
High .............................................. 87°
Low ............................................... 79°
Mean Temperature .................... 83.0°
DAYTONA
BEACH
87/70
WEEKLY TIDES
6/11 6:17 a.m. 1:02 p.m. 12:00 a.m.
7:50 p.m.
none 9:29 a.m.
6/12 7:10 a.m. 12:18 a.m. 1:18 a.m.
8:58 p.m. 2:04 p.m. 10:05 a.m.
6/13 8:02 a.m. 1:09 a.m. 2:20 a.m.
9:54 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 10:50 a.m.
6/14 8:54 a.m. 1:59 a.m. 3:13 a.m.
10:43 p.m. 3:52 p.m. 11:46 a.m.
6/15 9:45 a.m. 2:49 a.m. 4:01 a.m.
11:27 p.m. 4:40 p.m. 12:49 p.m.
6/16 10:33 a.m. 3:39 a.m. 4:45 a.m.
none 5:26 p.m. 1:47 p.m.
6/17 12:09 a.m. 4:29 a.m. 5:26 a.m.
11:19 a.m. 6:10 p.m. 2:39 p.m.
Partly sunny with
a thunderstorm
possible
Through 5 p.m. Friday.
GAINESVILLE
Key West
Partly sunny
Temperature
JACKSONVILLE
88/67
PENSACOLA
91/74
highs
“Why don’t the police start closing their laptop computers while
they are driving down the road,
and quit looking at them? We all
complain about texting and driving;
that is no different.”
AccuWeather.com
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
KEY WEST ALMANAC
TALLAHASSEE
91/68
“‘It shall be unlawful for any
person to use or operate within
the city, any portable machine,
powered with a gasoline engine
or electric motor, to blow leaves,
dirt and other debris off sidewalks,
driveways, lawns, and other surfaces.’ Very simple and working in
Del Mar, Calif., as well as in about
a dozen other cities.”
“Emphasize two key recycle products: plastic soda/water containers
and aluminum soda/beer cans.
Start people off slowly and simply,
and other products may follow
into the bin. Slogan: ‘Recycle for
Your Country,’ which would include
Americans, aspiring Americans and
also guests living here.”
• Pigeon Key locals’ day
Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are
today’s highs and tonight’s lows.
“Can anyone explain why cruise
ships dock at Pier B and the Outer Mole while Mallory Pier sits
unused? Why are we losing those
dockage fees?”
“There’s not a single city trash
can on White Street between Truman Avenue and White Street Pier.”
open from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday. The
farm is underneath the Sheriff’s
Office headquarters complex, just off
College Road, on Stock Island, and
features dozens of animals.
For more information, call 305-2937300.
TODAY’S STATE FORECAST
“I’ve looked on the Monroe
County School District website, but
can’t seem to find a student count.
Does anyone have the figures or a
link to enrollment figures for, say,
the past 10 years?”
“The City Commission has once
again shown it could care less
about residents’ input regarding
Fantasy Fest. Regardless of how
you feel about this event, there was
no need to approve it for five years.
It should be an annual approval
just like every other activity.”
Fish. The drawing will take place July
30. Call 305-294-9526, ext. 25.
Key West artist Mario Sanchez took first prize in the Arts and
Craft Division of the Poinciana Art Exhibit in Miami.
Capt. Morgan H. Harris presented 30-year pins to Carl B.
Johnson and Mayford Thompson.
Billie Rea Gwynn, in the Comptroller Department of the Naval
Station, was awarded $150 for sustained superior performance.
100 YEARS AGO
The first term of the newly created 11th District Court was held
with Judge L.W. Bethel on the bench.
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.
CRIME REPORT
Burger King robbed
in wee hours by trio
CITIZEN STAFF
KEY WEST — Three men
armed with hammers and
wearing hoodie sweatshirts
reportedly robbed the Burger
King on North Roosevelt
Boulevard early Friday.
There were no listed suspects
or arrests in the Key West police
incident report.
Officers were called about
2:30 a.m. to the scene, where
an employee told them he had
just begun his shift at midnight
and was alone when the three
somehow got inside the locked
restaurant and ordered him to
lie down.
While on the floor, he reportedly heard them break into the
safe before leaving through the
door on the west side of the
fast-food eatery.
The man reportedly waited
for a few minutes to get up and
then ran into the parking lot,
where he called police.
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.
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]
City
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Denver
Detroit
Kansas City
Los Angeles
New Orleans
New York
San Francisco
Washington
Tomorrow
Hi Lo W
92 70 t
73 59 t
70 52 s
88 54 s
70 53 s
80 67 t
68 58 pc
90 74 t
84 64 t
65 53 pc
87 62 t
Monday
Hi Lo W
91 68 pc
70 57 pc
74 55 pc
92 54 pc
75 55 s
84 70 pc
74 61 pc
92 75 pc
78 62 s
67 54 pc
80 62 s
WORLD CITIES FORECAST
City
Berlin
Buenos Aires
Hong Kong
London
Mexico City
New Delhi
Paris
Rome
Sydney
Tokyo
Toronto
Today
Hi Lo W
73 53 sh
60 48 pc
87 81 sh
63 48 sh
81 51 t
107 87 pc
63 50 pc
74 57 r
63 53 sh
79 69 c
72 59 t
Sunday
Hi Lo W
72 55 pc
63 40 pc
88 82 r
59 52 r
79 51 t
103 85 s
70 58 r
76 62 pc
63 53 sh
78 68 sh
69 51 pc
Seattle
65/49
Billings
74/51
Minneapolis
72/50
Detroit
78/55
Denver
80/52
San Francisco
61/51
Washington
88/72
Kansas City
80/63
Los Angeles
68/60
Atlanta
90/70
El Paso
96/72
Houston
95/73
Miami
showers
87/77
t-storms
Cold Front
rain
flurries
Warm
Front
Shown are noon positions of weather systems and
snow
precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for today.
Forecast high/low temperatures are given for selected cities. Stationary
ice
Front
HOW TO REACH US
ROADWORK
• Key West
Duck Avenue, between 19th Street
and South Roosevelt Boulevard, is
closed.
• Saddlebunch Keys
One northbound or southbound lane
of U.S. 1 at Mile Marker 14.5 will be
closed from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. through
Thursday.
• Spanish Harbor Bridge
Lane shifts are planned at Mile
Marker 33.3 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The speed limit has been reduced to
35 mph.
• Marathon
One northbound and southbound
lane of U.S. 1 from 12th Street to
29th Street will be closed from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays to Fridays
through Dec. 9.
Lane closures from Mile Marker 49
to 54 will take place from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. daily through Friday.
New York
74/66
Chicago
69/53
• Tom’s Harbor Bridge
Lane shifts are planned from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. daily through Friday. The
speed limit has been reduced to 45
mph.
• Indian Key Bridge
Lane shifts are planned from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. daily through Friday.
• Tea Table Bridge
Lane shifts at Mile Marker 78 will
be shifted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
daily through Friday.
The northbound and southbound
lanes at Mile Marker 79 will be
shifted from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mondays to Fridays through June 24.
• Information
For real-time traffic information,
consult 511 or 305-797-0962 or
www.fl511.com.
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:
Marathon Free Press: (305) 743-8766
Islamorada Free Press: (305) 853-7277
Solares Hill: (305) 294-3602
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IN PORT
TODAY
SUNDAY
MONDAY
MONDAY
No ships
No ships
Freedom
Outer Mole
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Triumph
Pier B
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Cruise ship information is provided by the city of Key West. For updated
information, call 305-809-3790.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
MILE MARKERS
KEY WEST
GRASSY KEY
KEY WEST
Military invited to join pride parade
Birders sought for festival
Military veterans and service members
are invited to march with the Gay & Lesbian
Community Center (GLCC) and carry the original Pride Flag in the Pridefest parade, which
will start at 5 p.m. Sunday.
The group will carry a 100-foot section of the
1.25-mile long flag in the parade, which will go
down Duval Street to South Street Beach for a
7 p.m. party at the Southernmost Beach Cafe.
“The GLCC contingent in the parade will stop
at the judging stand to honor attending veterans and service members, so we are asking
participants wear or display an indication of
their service branch,” said GLCC Vice President
JT Thompson. Marchers are asked to gather
at 4 p.m. at the parade staging area, on the
Truman Waterfront. Water and refreshments
will be provided. For more information, call
305-292-3223 or email [email protected]
The all-volunteer nonprofit Florida Keys Birding and Wildlife Festival
is seeking birders to help organize
this year’s event, scheduled for Sept.
21 to 25.
The planning committee meets
at 3 p.m. the first Tuesdays of the
month at Curry Hammock State
Park for about two hours. This year’s
festival will feature internationally
known speakers and photographers,
two guided trips to the Dry Tortugas
and an environmental fair and family day with free lunch and T-shirts.
To help plan the festival or for
more information, call the National
Key Deer Refuge visitor center at
305-872-0774 and ask for Jim Bell, or
visit keysbirdingfest.org.
Photo courtesy of Chris Tittel
FLORIDA KEYS
Helga and Chris
Holland, owners of
Ibis Bay Waterfront
Resort, and Charlotte
Quinn, chairwoman
of the local American
Cancer Society board,
promote the ‘Making
Strides Against Breast
Cancer’ campaign
Tuesday in Key West.
Organizers are raising
money via sales of
pink high-top sneakers and bras ahead
of the Oct. 9 Making
Strides walk at Bahia
Honda State Park.
For more information,
email [email protected] or call
305-292-2333.
Learn about lighting, sea turtles
The USFWS/FWC Marine Turtle
Lighting Course will be offered next week
in two different Florida Keys locations.
The first workshop will be held from 1
to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Eco-Discovery
Center on the Truman Waterfront, in Key
West; the second will be from 1 to 3 p.m.
Friday at the History of Diving Museum,
Mile Marker 83, in Islamorada.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission class provides general information on sea turtles, discusses the negative effects of artificial lighting, and offers
methods for reducing such lighting on
nesting beaches. Turtle-friendly light fixtures and light sources will be shown.
Save-a-turtle is sponsoring the workshops.
Call 561-575-5407, ext. 16.
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ed in stable condition Friday afternoon,
Dunick said.
Wagner was cited for failing to drive
within a single lane, according to a
Highway Patrol press release.
The wreck caused about $100,000 in
property damage, including damage to
the road, from which crews removed 50
gallons of diesel fuel, Dunick said.
It was the second major crash on U.S.
1 in as many days. On Thursday afternoon, 51-year-old Hialeah truck driver
Carlos Cruz was killed when he got out to
check his rig and was hit, pinned, dragged
along the length of the truck, then tossed
through the windshield of the car that hit
him.
He was hit by 85-year-old Big Pine Key
resident Leslie Thomas, whose 83-year-old
wife, Ilene Thomas, was in the passenger
seat, directly where Cruz’s body partially
spent on the water catching drug smugglers, but the
thousands of hours he spent
at basketball games, soccer
matches and other time with
a family that was so often on
the move.
He also remembered the
thousands of “sit-ups and
push-ups issued as a means of
corrective guidance” by a man
who “commanded respect
during the day, but sometimes
did not receive it at home,” he
said to applause, laughter and
a few tears.
Daniel Lloyd officially retired
Friday, when command of the
military task force he has led
since June 2009 was handed to
Bradenton native Rear Adm.
Charles Michel.
Michel is a former military adviser to the secretary of Homeland Security,
graduate of the University of
Miami School of Law, international law specialist and
legislative counsel to the
Office of Congressional and
Governmental Affairs.
The theater was packed with
many local military members,
but also members from other
governments who work with
the counter-smuggling organization, including a Dutch
commander who personally
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horn and elkhorn coral.
They also agreed to work with the fishermen on the trap line issue to make sure
it is necessary, as it could cost fishermen
thousands of dollars to replace their lines.
Color-specific lines would allow government regulators to determine what types
of fishing gear are snaring turtles, sawfish
and other wildlife. Lobster trap fishermen
argued problems are minimal and that
blue, green and pink rope could attract
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extend its stone crab management to federal waters beyond
state waters. The rule amendments are expected to take
effect Aug. 31.
The news was welcomed
by local commercial fishermen and the Florida Keys
Commercial
Fishermen’s
Association, as it means stone
crab would not be subject to
federal quotas.
“The state of Florida does a
wonderful job managing wildlife,” association President Bill
Kelly said. “We are very comfortable with the FWC having
sole jurisdiction.”
Kelly argued the move would
remove the fishery from the
jurisdiction of the MagnusonStevens Fishery Conservation
and Management Act, which
he said places unnecessary
quotas on fishermen and arbitrarily closes fishing seasons.
Stone crab is an impor-
Photo courtesy of Deputy Geni Hernandez/Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
All three people, including a baby, survived a head-on crash with a tractor-trailer on U.S. 1 at
Mile Marker 15 Friday morning.
don’t believe drugs or alcohol were a
went through the windshield.
That crash occurred about 1:15 p.m. factor.
It also caused a major traffic jam on
on Ramrod Key, at Mile Marker 27.5,
near Boondocks. The cause of that crash U.S. 1.
is still under investigation, but troopers
[email protected]
turtles to the line.
The line and no-fishing areas will be
voted on at a later date.
“It usually ends better when the government and the industry work together,” said
Karl Lessard, board president of the Florida
Keys Commercial Fishermen’s Association.
The councils had been considering creating no-trap zones that were either 4, 8 or 14
square miles. Council staff said each of the
zones contain elkhorn and staghorn coral.
Keys commercial fishermen would be
hit hardest by the rules, according to maps
showing that most of the proposed notrap zones are off the Keys — nearly 50
tant fishery in the Keys, with
Monroe County fishermen
accounting for the bulk of the
annual harvest, roughly 3.5
million pounds, Kelly said.
Currently, the Gulf of
Mexico Fishery Management
Council has a federal fishery
management plan in place
for stone crabs. The council recently voted to recommend the repeal of this plan
to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA) Fisheries Service.
The NOAA secretary has
not signed off on it yet, but is
expected to soon. At that time,
the final rule likely will be published in late August or early
September. It probably will be
in effect before the fishing season starts Oct. 15, said Carrie
Simmons, a fishery biologist
with the Gulf Council.
NOAA Fisheries Service
intends to repeal the federal
stone crab fishery management
plan before the season opens.
The stone crab fishery is
centered in Florida and the
OBITUARY
DEBRA ANNE DIAZ
OBITUARY POLICY
Debra Anne
Diaz (Richard),
45,
passed
away suddenly
Monday, May
30, 2011, in
Sebring, Fla.
Diaz
In celebration of her life,
we will be receiving family and
friends at 11 a.m. Sunday, June
12, 2011, at Castillo & Thurston’s
Key West Mortuary, 328 Truman
Ave., Key West, Fla.
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separate areas in the Atlantic Ocean. The
fishermen showed up at the meetings in
large numbers this week to testify against
the no-fishing zones, arguing some of the
areas proposed to be set aside do not house
live coral. Keys coral biologists also argued
against the accuracy of the maps.
Fishermen also voiced concerns about
the cost of buying new trap line. Commercial fisherman Richard Diaz told council members it would cost him $60,000 to
replace his lines.
“This trap line one is a big one,” Diaz said
of the myriad issues.
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FWC already plays a leading role in stone crab stock
assessments and management. Most of the stone crab
fishery occurs in state waters
off Florida, and existing federal rules for stone crabs are
the same as the FWC’s rules.
The FWC board wrapped up
its monthly two-day meetings
Thursday. The board approved
a series of changes for permit,
Florida pompano and African
pompano, and expanded fishing rules to offshore federal
waters beyond state waters,
where they aren’t protected,
and created separate conservation-management strategies for these species.
Some of the key changes
for permit include creating a special South Florida
Permit Management Zone
that includes a three-month
closed season, and adjusting
size and bag limits.
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been arrested in the beating of
former City Commission candidate Tom Milone as well, but
pleaded no contest to only the
Sullivan beating, said his attorney, Wayne Kruer.
“He decided it was in his best
interest to plead,” Kruer said.
“He trusts Judge Miller to sentence him fairly.”
Bien-Aime was not offered
a plea agreement, Monroe
County Assistant State Attorney
Val Winter said.
In April, co-defendant
Christopher Edward Harris, 19,
pleaded guilty to aggravated
battery, battery on a person
65 years old or older, robbery,
fraudulent use of a credit card,
dealing in stolen property,
unauthorized possession of a
credit card and false verification
of ownership. That was part of a
plea agreement that could spare
him a prison sentence if he
cooperates with prosecutors.
His formal sentencing is
pending his testimony against
Cornelius Jones and Thomas
Reza. He faces 10 years’ probation in exchange for his testimony against the others, but
could have faced a maximum
honored Lloyd with a service
award from his country.
Lloyd spoke of his wife,
Susan, and honored the men
and women who served under
him during his tour.
“The mission statistics
speak for themselves,” Lloyd
said.
Air Force Gen. and U.S.
Southern Cmdr. Douglas
Fraser spoke of the $200
billion in drugs that have
been seized, the arrest of
4,000 traffickers, 1,000 vessels, including 2,500 tons
of cocaine and some 7,000
pounds of marijuana at the
hands of JIATF-S since its
inception in 1989.
Also on hand was commandant of the Coast Guard,
Adm. Robert Papp Jr., who
explained how nice it was to
leave Washington, D.C., and
come to Key West.
“To all of the men and
women at JIATF-S, it means
a great deal to me to look you
in the eyes, shake your hands,
and say ‘thank you,’” Papp
said. “I have admired this
organization for many years
and you have always been a
source of strength and success.”
As Lloyd retires to Colorado
Springs, Michel gave his first
order at his new command.
“All standing orders remain
in effect,” he said to applause.
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of 57 years in prison on his
charges. Should Harris violate
the terms of his plea agreement, he would face 15 years
in prison.
The cases against Jones and
Reza are ongoing, as both are
trying to remove their alleged
confessions from evidence that
could be used at trial. A ruling on that matter is expected
sometime in July.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
EDITORIAL BOARD
OPINION
PAUL A. CLARIN/PUBLISHER
TOM TUELL/EDITOR
RALPH MORROW/SPORTS EDITOR
ED BLOCK
CHARLIE BRADFORD
KEN DOMANSKI
SHIRLEY FREEMAN
TODD GERMAN
Pridefest is more than
a cause, it’s a mindset
n June 28, 1969, at a
small bar in Greenwich
Village called the
Stonewall Inn, longtime
harassment of gay patrons
reached a boiling point,
resulting in what has become
known as the Stonewall Riots.
This event — several days of
demonstrations and clashes
between police and gay residents in the Village — likely
was the beginning of the
Gay Liberation Movement.
This movement, which has
changed attitudes and perceptions toward people who
are gay, lesbian, bisexual and
transgender, continues to grow
and evolve.
Each year throughout the
world, millions of people
— gay and straight — participate in Pridefest events to
commemorate that June in
1969 and to celebrate diversity
and acceptance. Nowhere in
Florida does this celebration
hold more significance than
in Key West. Often at the forward edge of gender issues,
the Key West community can
be proud of its track record of
inclusiveness and its embracing of diversity.
Unlike many locales in our
nation, Key West is a place
where gay, lesbian, bisexual
or transgendered citizens can
walk hand-in-hand down the
street without judgmental
stares of the sort that once
were directed at interracial
couples. Key West should take
pride in its international repu-
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tation as a place accepting of
everyone, regardless of race,
religion, ethnicity or sexual
preference. In fact, one of the
few things that raises eyebrows
in the city are acts of intolerance.
Of significance this year is
the celebration of the 10th
anniversary of the adoption of
the One Human Family slogan
and philosophy, developed by
Key West’s J. T. Thompson. This
mantra has become second
nature to residents, and is now
as much a part of Key West as
clear water, palm trees and
subtropical weather.
As in previous years, the Key
West Pridefest 2011 event is a
collaborative effort between
the Key West Business Guild
and the Gay and Lesbian
Community Center. Events
got under way on Wednesday,
and the Key West Pride Street
Fair takes place all day today.
All are welcome to watch or
participate as Pridefest culminates tomorrow evening
from 5 to 7 p.m. with the Pride
Parade down Duval.
We commend Pridefest’s
local organizers, and are
honored to be part of a community that takes pride in who
we are — no matter what that
happens to be.
Find more information
about the festival at http://
www.pridefestkeywest.com.
— The Citizen
Disrespectfully disagreeing
e can’t see any evidence
that Republicans in the
U.S. House of Representatives
compromised their principles
in accepting an invitation to
the White House to discuss the
federal budget with President
Barack Obama.
By all accounts, the
result was a frank discussion, and after the meeting,
key Republican lawmakers
appeared before reporters
outside the White House and
mentioned key points on
which they and the president
are still far apart. No one could
reasonably accuse the GOP
lawmakers who participated
as being stage-managed by the
president.
The simple fact of the matter is that in a representative
government, the only way for
leaders of opposing parties to
work together is to talk to each
other.
W
That basic reality seems lost
on Rep. Jeff Landry, R-La., who
declined the president’s invitation to attend the talks at the
White House.
“I don’t intend to spend my
morning being lectured to by
a president whose failed policies have put our children and
grandchildren in a huge burden of debt,” Landry said in
declining Obama’s invitation.
We believe there are ways
to disagree in politics without being disagreeable, and
we also think when a sitting
president invites you over to
discuss political differences,
you should accept the offer.
Landry is free to disagree
with Obama or any other
president, but we believe the
office of the president should
compel a certain amount of
respect. ...
— The (Baton Rouge,
La.) Advocate
Politicians should think more about good behavior
BY DAVID BROOKS
The New York Times
ne reason many politicians behave badly
these days is that
we spend less time thinking about what it means to
behave well. This was less of
a problem in past centuries
when leaders, teachers and
clergy held detailed debates
over what it meant to
have good character.
In the 18th century, for example,
Edmund Burke composed a long, famous
passage defining the
standards of political
excellence:
“... To be taught
to respect one’s self; to be
habituated to the censorial
inspection of the public eye;
... to have leisure to read, to
reflect, to converse; to be
enabled to draw the court
and attention of the wise and
learned, wherever they are to
be found; to be habituated in
armies to command and to
obey; ... to be led to a guarded
and regulated conduct, from a
sense that you are considered
as an instructor of your fellow citizens in their highest
concerns, and that you act as
a reconciler between God and
man ...”
In the 19th century,
Anthony Trollope wrote a
series of popular novels fussing over what it means to
behave well in political life.
Trollope’s view was different
than ours. Many Americans
today assume that people are
born with a good Inner Self
O
but get corrupted by politics.
American voters are always
looking for the Innocent
Outsider who can come in
and bring sweeping change.
Trollope admired Prudent
Insiders, not Innocent
Outsiders. His most admirable characters have been
educated by long experience.
They have grown mature by
exercising responsibility. They
have been ennobled
by custom and civilization. In his books,
powerless outsiders often behave
self-indulgently and
irresponsibly. Those
who are in government have to grapple
with the world as it
really is.
The central tension in
Trollope’s novel “Phineas
Finn” is between independence and service. The title
character is an Irish outsider
who comes into Parliament
vowing to be true to his individual conscience. “Let me
assure you I wouldn’t change
my views in politics either for
you or for the Earl,” Finn tells
a party leader early on.
But he enters a Legislature
filled with insiders, some of
whom are virtuous and some
of whom are not. Finn has to
either chart his own course or
allow himself to be put in harness for the good of the common effort.
Trollope seems to have a
passing admiration for Finn’s
independence. Finn is a
charming, good-natured man.
But he is never really tested
by power. He grades himself
on a curve, never really facing
up to his weaknesses. Being
an amateur in life, he can
afford to be unsteady in his
affections and rely on good
looks instead of strength of
character.
Trollope’s ideal politicians
— who have names like
Plantagenet Palliser, Joshua
Monk and the Duke of St.
Bungay — put service before
independence. Their party
and their country have asked
them to accept certain duties
and face certain problems,
and they just get on with it.
They are more weighty, but
also more boring.
Trollope’s ideal politicians
share certain traits. They
are reserved, prudent and
scrupulous. They immerse
themselves in dull practical
questions like, say, converting
the currency system.
They are not sweeping
thinkers, but they make sensitive discriminations about the
people and the circumstances
around them. They learn to
operate within the constraints
imposed by their idiom, and
they don’t whine or complain
about those constraints. They
develop delicate understandings of what is required in a
given place in time.
Trollope’s ideal leaders are
not glamorous celebrities of
the sort we have come to long
for since JFK. They are more
like seamen or carpenters.
They are judged by their professional craftsmanship.
They are thin-skinned
about any moral transgression they might commit and
rigorously honest when judg-
ing themselves. They try to
make things better but are
acutely aware that everything
they do might make things
worse. As Shirley Robin
Letwin wrote in her book
“The Gentleman in Trollope,”
the Duke of St. Bungay had
“modest expectations of his
fellow men,” but he was never
cynical. Trollope’s leaders
don’t embrace change quickly
but have to be dragged into
embracing it after much interrogation, and the change they
prefer is incremental.
Trollope praises one of his
prime ministers, Plantagenet
Palliser, for “that exquisite
combination of conservatism
and progress which is [his
country’s] present strength
and her best security for the
future.”
Trollope’s readers would
have come away from his
books with a certain model
for how practical people
should behave, which they
could either copy or argue
with. I’m not sure his exemplars could thrive amid the TV
politics of today, which calls
for grand promises and bold
colors. But there are prudent,
reserved people in government even now. And if more
people spent their evenings
at least thinking about what
exemplary behavior means,
they might be less likely to
find themselves sending out
emotionally stunted tweets
late at night.
David Brooks is a syndicated columnist with The
New York Times. His column
appears in The Citizen on
Wednesdays.
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Rule by rentiers — creditor-friendly policies are crippling the economy
ply dropped off the agenda.
The existing program for
The New York Times
mortgage relief has been a
bust, spending only a tiny
he latest economic
fraction of the funds
data have dashed any
allocated, but there
hope of a quick end to
seems to be no interAmerica’s job drought, which
est in revamping and
has already gone on so long
restarting the effort.
that the average unemployed
The situation is
American has been out of
similar in Europe,
work for almost 40 weeks. Yet
but arguably even
there is no political will to do
worse. In particular,
anything about the situation.
Far from being ready to spend the European Central
Bank’s hard-money, anti-debtmore on job creation, both
relief rhetoric makes Bernanke
parties agree that it’s time to
sound like William Jennings
slash spending — destroying
jobs in the process — with the Bryan.
What lies behind this transonly difference being one of
Atlantic policy paralysis? I’m
degree.
increasingly convinced that it’s
Nor is the Federal Reserve
a response to interest-group
riding to the rescue. On
pressure. Consciously or not,
Tuesday, Ben Bernanke, the
Fed chairman, acknowledged policymakers are catering
the grimness of the economic almost exclusively to the interests of rentiers — those who
picture but indicated that he
derive lots of income from
will do nothing about it.
assets, who lent large sums
And debt relief for homeof money in the past, often
owners — which could have
unwisely, but are now being
done a lot to promote overall
economic recovery — has sim- protected from loss at every-
BY PAUL KRUGMAN
T
one else’s expense.
Of course, that’s not the way
what I call the Pain Caucus
makes its case. Instead, the
argument against
helping the unemployed is framed in
terms of economic
risks: Do anything
to create jobs and
interest rates will
soar, runaway inflation will break out,
and so on. But these
risks keep not materializing.
Interest rates remain near historic lows, while inflation outside the price of oil — which is
determined by world markets
and events, not U.S. policy
— remains low.
And against these hypothetical risks one must set the reality of an economy that remains
deeply depressed, at great cost
both to today’s workers and to
our nation’s future. After all,
how can we expect to prosper
two decades from now when
millions of young graduates
are, in effect, being denied the
chance to get started on their
careers?
Ask for a coherent theory
behind the abandonment of
the unemployed and you won’t
get an answer. Instead, members of the Pain Caucus seem
to be making it up as they go
along, inventing ever-changing rationales for their neverchanging policy prescriptions.
While the ostensible reasons
for inflicting pain keep changing, however, the policy prescriptions of the Pain Caucus
all have one thing in common:
They protect the interests of
creditors, no matter the cost.
Deficit spending could put the
unemployed to work — but
it might hurt the interests of
existing bondholders. More
aggressive action by the Fed
could help boost us out of
this slump — in fact, even
Republican economists have
argued that a bit of inflation
might be exactly what the
doctor ordered — but deflation, not inflation, serves the
interests of creditors. And, of
course, there’s fierce opposition to anything smacking of
debt relief.
Who are these creditors I’m
talking about? Not hardworking, thrifty small-business
owners and workers, although
it serves the interests of the
big players to pretend that it’s
all about protecting little guys
who play by the rules. The
reality is that both small businesses and workers are hurt
far more by the weak economy
than they would be by, say,
modest inflation that helps
promote recovery.
No, the only real beneficiaries of Pain Caucus policies (aside from the Chinese
government) are the rentiers:
bankers and wealthy individuals with lots of bonds in their
portfolios.
And that explains why creditor interests bulk so large in
policy; not only is this the
class that makes big campaign
contributions, it’s the class that
has personal access to policymakers — many of whom go
to work for these people when
they exit government through
the revolving door. The process of influence doesn’t have
to involve raw corruption
(although that happens, too).
All it requires is the tendency
to assume that what’s good
for the people you hang out
with, the people who seem so
impressive in meetings — hey,
they’re rich, they’re smart, and
they have great tailors — must
be good for the economy as a
whole.
But the reality is just the
opposite: Creditor-friendly
policies are crippling the economy. This is a negative-sum
game, in which the attempt
to protect the rentiers from
any losses is inflicting much
larger losses on everyone else.
And the only way to get a real
recovery is to stop playing that
game.
Paul Krugman is a syndicated columnist with The New
York Times and winner of the
2008 Nobel Memorial Prize in
Economic Sciences.
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Wildfire continues to grow
Blue Angels to resume air shows
Teen gets life for shooting
A wildfire that has been burning in
western Miami-Dade County for nearly a week has grown to 50,316 acres.
Florida Division of Forestry spokesman Scott Peterich said Friday that
the fire is about 55 percent contained,
but his agency, Miami-Dade Fire
Rescue and the U.S. Department of
the Interior are still trying to keep it
from spreading.
With winds blowing to the west,
Peterich said Miami-Dade’s more
developed areas to the east are relatively safe. The primary concern for forestry and county fire crews was keeping the flames away from Everglades
National Park and the Miccosukee
Indian Reservation, which has a large
casino and resort.
The Blue Angels flight demonstration
team is ready to start performing again.
The squad announced Friday that it will
resume its air show season June 18 in
Davenport, Iowa.
The team was ordered to go on a safety
stand-down after a May 22 performance
in Lynchburg, Va., where four of the six
F/A-18 Hornets flew below their specified altitude. All six aircraft landed safely
about three-fourths of the way through the
scheduled performance without damage
to the planes or injury to the pilots.
The stand-down led to the departure of
the squad’s commander, Navy Cmdr. Dave
Koss. It also forced the team to cancel practices and performances, including a flyover
at the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduation
ceremony.
A South Florida teen has been sentenced to life in prison for robbing and
fatally shooting another teen.
A Broward County judge sentenced
18-year-old Janard Orange on Friday. He
was convicted last month of first-degree
murder. Since Orange was a minor at the
time of the killing, a life sentence was the
only option available to the judge.
Authorities say Orange pulled a gun
on 16-year-old Gregory Smith outside a
dance at Boyd Anderson High School in
April 2009. Witnesses say Smith begged
for his life before Orange took the other
boy’s cellphone and shot him in the
chest.
Prosecutors said the boys had been
engaged in a dispute that went back
several years.
JOHN RAOUX/The Associated Press
The payload canister named Raffello, which will be onboard space
shuttle Atlantis, is seen Friday in the Space Station Processing
Facility at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. During
its STS-135 mission, Atlantis will carry the multipurpose logistics
module, filled with a variety of spare parts and supplies for the
International Space Station.
‘Swamp Wars’ pits humans against snakes
BY DAVID FISCHER
The Associated Press
JOE BURBANK/The Associated Press
Casey Anthony listens to testimony about forensic evidence during her murder trial Friday at the Orange County Courthouse in
Orlando.
More gruesome testimony
in Casey Anthony’s trial
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ORLANDO — A day after
falling ill when jurors saw pictures of her 2-year-old daughter’s skull, Casey Anthony
returned to an Orlando courtroom, to hear more gruesome
testimony as her murder trial
resumed.
She broke down in tears
and starting shaking when a
professor of anthropology testified that some of her daughter Caylee’s bones had been
chewed on by animals. She
was immediately comforted
by defense attorney Dorothy
Simms.
Professor John J. Schultz
of the University of Central
Florida told jurors how a team
of forensics people carefully
searched the wooded area,
marking with tiny flags the
locations where the child’s
bones were found.
Prosecutors resumed Friday
where they left off when Judge
Belvin Perry ended proceedings a day earlier after
Anthony felt sick and had to
leave the courtroom.
On Friday morning, jurors
saw photos of the tattered and
torn shorts and shirt Caylee
was wearing when she died.
Later, as they viewed pictures
of Caylee’s bones, Anthony
looked down, covering her
mouth with her fist.
Anthony is accused of firstdegree murder. Prosecutors
say she used duct tape to
suffocate Caylee June 2008.
The defense contends Caylee
drowned in her grandparents’
pool.
Her remains were found in
December 2008.
2 Canadian companies will
create about 110 jobs in Fla.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick
Scott has announced that two
Canadian companies will be
creating about 110 new jobs
in Florida.
Scott made the announcement Friday in Toronto at the
end of a five-day Canadian
trade mission.
The governor said Toronto
Sky Aviation Inc. is building
a 30,000 square foot aircraft
repair facility in Opa-Locka.
It’s expected to employ
about 100 people in South
Florida.
Scott also said UCC
Industries International Inc.
will add about 10 jobs with an
average wage of $44,000 at its
U.S. headquarters in Tampa.
The only other jobs-related
announcement during Scott’s
trip was that Garda World
Security Corp. is moving its
U.S. headquarters and 100
jobs to Boca Raton.
Talks on that deal, though,
began before Scott took office
in January.
Officials search for worker
in collapsed building rubble
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ST. PETERSBURG — Rescue
workers are trying to find a
man trapped in the rubble of
a collapsed building.
The man, who was not identified, was working Thursday
for a company hired by
Progress Energy to demolish a
180-foot-tall building on their
property.
The building collapsed
before it was demolished and
the 67-year-old man became
trapped. Rescue crews worked
through the night, using dogs
and listening devices to probe
the rubble.
Officials called in a search
and rescue dog from MiamiDade County.
The trapped worker is a
welder for Frontier Industrial
Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y., which
was hired to demolish the
building. It is unclear where
he is from.
MIAMI — With its beautiful beaches, luxury hotels, hot
nightclubs and nightmarish
traffic, it’s easy to forget that
South Florida was built on a
giant swamp. But despite
decades of urban expansion,
that wilderness still pushes
back — particularly snakes, lizards and other reptiles, some of
them dangerous.
That battle between humans
and cold-blooded creatures
will be the subject of “Swamp
Wars,” Animal Planet’s series
debuting at 9 p.m. EDT Sunday
that will focus on Miami-Dade
Fire Rescue’s Venom Response
Team.
Commonly referred to as
“Venom One,” the paramedic
firefighters remove poisonous
snakes from neighborhoods
and capture non-native, invasive species, such as pythons
and tegu lizards. The team
also maintains the largest antivenom bank in the United
States.
The genesis of Venom One
came in March 1998, when
a snake keeper was bit by a
black mamba. Chief Al Cruz,
who was still a lieutenant at
the time, said he listened to his
emergency radio in shock as
17 different agencies were contacted to help treat the man.
“I didn’t know we didn’t have
the resources that are in place
today,” Cruz said.
Officials were frantically
searching for anti-venom,
eventually finding enough at
the Jacksonville Zoo. The man
survived, but the experience
inspired Cruz to start Venom
One.
“Prior to the existence
of Venom One, it took 15 to
20 different agencies to save
somebody’s life,” Cruz said.
“Now they simply call 911 and
the system works.” Dispatchers
call Venom One, the hospital is
contacted and the right antivenom is delivered.
In the beginning, Cruz was
the sole member of Venom One,
WILFREDO LEE/The Associated Press
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Lt. Lisa Wood handles an Eastern diamondback rattlesnake Tuesday during a demonstration at the Miami
Science Museum in Miami.
on call 24 hours a day. Since
then, he has been promoted to
lead Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s
Special Operations division,
which includes Venom One.
The team now has three fulltime members, who alternate
24-hour shifts, as well as two
relief members.
As “Swamp Wars” viewers will
see, the members keep busy.
In the first episode, they capture several Burmese pythons,
including a 14-footer. The team
received more than 100 calls
last year for the non-native
constrictors, Cruz said.
Another invasive species
causing problems in South
Florida is the tegu lizard. Some
people keep them as pets, but
the carnivorous reptiles —
which typically grow to 3 feet
and 8 pounds — can become
aggressive in the wild. Such
non-native reptiles can be dangerous not just to people, but
can threaten native wildlife.
While capturing wayward
animals makes for good TV,
the program also showcases
the team’s primary function,
which is to provide treatment
for venomous snake bites. The
unit keeps 45 different types
of anti-venom in stock. Venom
One has sent anti-venom to
17 states, Canada, several
countries in Central and South
America, and South Africa. The
team has even provided antivenom to the U.S. military to
treat soldiers bitten by snakes.
No one has died from a venomous snake bite in South Florida
since the unit was formed, Cruz
said.
Lt. Lisa Wood, a full-time
team member, said it’s important that viewers understand
that Venom One members are
professionals and they should
never try to handle a venomous or non-venomous snake in
the wild. All the team members
are licensed by the state to handle venomous reptiles, which
requires more than 1,000 hours
of experience.
“Everybody has training, and
we all keep our skills up,” Wood
said “I’ve been doing this a long
time. All of us have.”
Wood said she also hopes
viewers realize that she and
her teammates aren’t hunting
down snakes and other reptiles
because they dislike them.
“All of us do this because we
love the animals,” Wood said.
Like most of the team members, Wood keeps several snakes
at home as pets, including a
venomous pygmy rattlesnake.
She said while the squad’s first
priority is to protect humans,
the members also want to protect the animals.
Animal Planet is heavily promoting the show, and producers are excited about the sixepisode season, which will run
this summer.
The local production company that films “Swamp
Wars,” 2C Media, learned
about Venom One while doing
another project on MiamiDade Fire Rescue’s marine
unit. Executive producer Chris
Sloan said he was immediately
interested in doing a Venom
One show.
“We were really inspired by
the kind of work they did,”
Sloan said. “It was so different and nontraditional that it
seemed really obvious to us.”
Congressional hearing focuses on disasters
BY MITCH STACY
The Associated Press
CLEARWATER — Unclear
federal standards for emergency shelters and the prospect of
losing grant money critical to
helping local governments prepare for disasters were among
the major concerns expressed
by emergency managers at a
congressional hearing Friday in
Florida.
The emergency officials, from
Florida, Alabama and Ohio,
stressed the need for publicprivate partnerships in disaster preparation and the use of
social media such as Facebook
and Twitter to communicate
quickly with the public. They
also lauded the strides made
by the Federal Emergency
Management Agency since
Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, a
Republican whose district
includes parts of the Tampa Bay
area, is chairman of the House
Subcommittee on Emergency
Preparedness, Response and
Communication. He conducted
the field hearing in the coastal
community of Clearwater with
U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke, DMich.
Bilirakis said afterward he
was most concerned with
unclear new guidelines for
emergency shelters developed
by the Justice Department
and FEMA and whether strict
rules for accommodating people with disabilities at certain
shelters could lead to others
being turned away. There is
also the issue of whether some
local governments can afford
to pay for all the accommodations demanded by federal
standards, he said.
“We haven’t really gotten any
satisfactory answers out of the
DOJ and FEMA, and now we’re
in hurricane season,” Bilirakis
said. Emergency managers
have complained the federal
standards were developed
without local input.
Bryan Koon, newly appointed
director of the Florida Division
of Emergency Management,
said his state’s position is “in
full support of individual rights
for access (to shelters) and
opposed to any form of discrimination.”
Emergency managers also
stressed the importance of protecting funding for Emergency
Management Performance
Grants, the only source of
direct federal funding for state
and local governments to help
with disaster planning. They
are worried that deep budget
cuts will affect that and other
federal grant programs.
“Without (the grant), some
counties in Alabama would not
have an emergency management program,” said John E.
“Rusty” Russell, director of the
Huntsville-Madison County
Emergency
Management
Agency in Alabama. “Continued
support of (the grant) is essential for preparedness of communities across the nation.”
Russell, testifying on behalf
of the International Association
of Emergency Managers, said
FEMA was effective in providing essential aid after his state
was ravaged by tornadoes in
April.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
COMICS
ROSE IS ROSE
PEANUTS
DILBERT
GARFIELD
Pat Brady
Charles M. Schulz
Scott Adams
MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM
SHOE
KIT & CARLYLE
BORN LOSER
Jeff MacNelly
Larry Wright
MODERATELY CONFUSED J. Stahler
Jim Unger
MARMADUKE Brad Anderson
Jim Davis
HERMAN
BEETLE BAILEY
Mike Peters
Mort Walker
Art & Chip Sanson
ARLO & JANIS
FRANK & ERNEST
Jimmy Johnson
Bob Thaves
SUDOKU
Complete the grid so that
every row, column and 3x3 box
contains every digit from 1 to 9
inclusively.
THE GRIZZWELLS
MONTY
Bill Schorr
Jim Meddick
THE WORLD ALMANAC
Saturday, June 11, 2011 executed by lethal injection.
BIG NATE
Lincoln Peirce
Today is the 162nd day of 2011
and the 84th day of spring.
TODAY’S HISTORY: In 1770,
Capt. James Cook discovered
the Great Barrier Reef off
Australia by accidentally running aground on a shoal.
In 1963, Alabama Gov. George
Wallace, confronted by National
Guard troops, allowed the
University of Alabama to be
desegregated.
In 2001, Timothy McVeigh, convicted in the 1995 Oklahoma
City bombing that resulted in
the deaths of 168 people, was
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Richard
Strauss (1864-1949), composer/
conductor; Jacques Cousteau
(1910-1997), explorer/inventor/
writer; Vince Lombardi (19131970), football coach; William
Styron (1925-2006), author;
Gene Wilder (1933-), actor; Joe
Montana (1956-), football player; Hugh Laurie (1959-), actor;
Diana Taurasi (1982-), basketball player; Shia LaBeouf (1986-),
actor.
TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1990,
Nolan Ryan threw his sixth nohitter, pitching for the Texas
Rangers against the Oakland
Athletics.
TODAY’S FACT: Capt. James
Cook named the Glass House
Mountains in Queensland,
Australia, after furnaces familiar in his Yorkshire town.
TODAY’S QUOTE: “It’s not
whether you get knocked down;
it’s whether you get up.” -- Vince
Lombardi
TODAY’S NUMBER: 12 -- percentage of the University of
Alabama student population
that was African-American in
2010.
TODAY’S MOON: Between first
quarter (June 8) and full moon
(June 15).
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
NATION
CHARLOTTE, NC
JOPLIN, MO.
PITTSBURGH
WICHITA, KAN.
Jet finally arrives at NC museum
Survivors develop infection
Freak temperature hike
Two years after a US Airways jet left New
York for Charlotte and made a miraculous
landing on the Hudson River, it reached its
intended destination and future home in a
museum.
“My flight has finally come home,” said
Eileen Shleffar, who was sitting in seat 13D
when the plane splashed in the river.
US Airways Flight 1549 had just taken
off from LaGuardia airport when a flock of
geese disabled the engines on Jan. 15, 2009.
Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III safely
glided into a water landing. All 155 passengers and crew members were rescued.
Thousands of people in several states have
lined up along the road to glimpse the 120foot-long fuselage on its 600-mile journey
on a flatbed truck from Newark, N.J., where
it spent the last two years in a hangar.
In the aftermath of the Joplin tornado, some people injured in the storm
developed a rare and sometimes fatal
fungal infection so aggressive that it
turned their tissue black and caused
mold to grow inside their wounds.
Scientists say the unusually aggressive infection occurs when dirt or vegetation becomes embedded under the
skin. In some cases, injuries that had
been stitched up had to be reopened
to clean out the contamination.
The Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention said Friday that it was
conducting tests to help investigate
the infections, which are so uncommon that even the nation’s largest
hospitals might see only one or two
cases a year.
An unusual weather pattern caused
temperatures in Wichita, Kan., to soar
nearly 20 degrees in 20 minutes even
though the sun had long gone down.
National Weather Service meteorologist Stephanie Dunten said the heat
burst hiked temperatures from 85 to
102 degrees in 20 minutes, beginning at
12:22 a.m. Thursday.
She says a pocket of air in the upper
atmosphere collapsed, and when it hit
the ground it sent winds of more than
50 mph through parts of the city.
The Wichita Eagle says that during a
heat burst, rain falling from higher elevations cools air beneath it as it evaporates. The cooler air then descends
quickly to the surface. As it falls, it is
compressed and warms dramatically.
KEITH SRAKOCIC/The Associated Press
Marchers seeking more tax money from ExxonMobil march across
the Smithfield Bridge Friday during a rally in Pittsburgh. Exxon has
recently purchased over $1 billion in land and operations involved in
the drilling for natural gas in the region’s Marcellus Shale.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
to say thanks.”
Since 2006, CMA has donated nearly $4.8 million from
CMA Fest proceeds to Metro
Nashville schools through its
“Keep the Music Playing” campaign.
There are countless events
and activities downtown that
are part of the four-day festival, but the nightly concerts
at LP Field provide the biggest star power in one place.
The artists like it because it
provides them with a massive
audience usually reserved for
only a handful of top country
acts.
“I love playing the stadium
here. I tell people all the time,
it’s like it gives me a taste of
what (Kenny) Chesney gets
to deal with every night,” said
Aldean. “He gets to play stadiums every night, but we don’t.
So doing this is cool. It gives us
a chance to get up close and
personal with the fans. It’s just
a cool night for them, I think,
and also for us.”
Pop singer Kelly Clarkson
joined Aldean on stage to
sing their crossover hit “Don’t
You Wanna Stay.” The Zac
Brown Band also had a little
help from their friends during
their LP Field performance
Thursday night. Country legend Randy Travis sang his
song “Forever and Ever Amen”
with Brown. Alan Jackson
showed up to perform his part
in the hit collaboration “As
She’s Walking Away,” and Amos
Lee helped with vocals on
“Colder Weather.”
The CMA Music Festival
runs through Sunday.
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NEW YORK — Jack White
and Karen Elson’s divorce
party might rival their wedding.
The rocker and his modelsinger wife announced
Friday — on
their sixth
anniversary
— that they’re
splitting. But
they’re not
mourning
the demise
White
of their marriage; they’re
celebrating it with a party
described as a “positive swing
being a hateful person and
acknowledged that “even in
a comedy club” what he said
went too far “and was not
funny in any context.”
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LOS ANGELES — Selena
Gomez has been admitted to a
hospital following an appearance on “The Tonight Show
with Jay Leno.”
A spokeswoman for
the “Wizards
of Waverly
Place” star says
Gomez “wasn’t
feeling well
and was taken
Gomez
to the hospital”
and is undergoing “routine tests.” She did
not specify Gomez’s condition.
The 18-year-old singeractress was promoting the
upcoming film “Monte Carlo”
on the talk show.
Gomez’s appearance to
promote the film at a Santa
Monica, Calif., mall on Friday
was canceled.
The hospitalization was first
reported by TMZ.
BY JAY LINDSAY AND
MARILYNN MARCHIONE
The Associated Press
BY BECKY BOHRER
JUNEAU, Alaska — Alaska
officials on Friday released
thousands of pages of Sarah
Palin’s emails, giving a glimpse
of her time as governor, her
struggles in dealing with gossip about her family and her
rise to national prominence
as the GOP vice presidential
nominee.
Reporters and photographers crowded into a small
office to pick up the six boxes
of emails — 24,199 pages and
weighing 250 pounds. Some
carried the boxes down the
stairs and others, wheeling
them on dollies, scrambled
to be the first ones to reach
elevators.
Within minutes of the
release, Palin tweeted a
link to the website for “The
Undefeated,” a documentary
about her time as governor
and her entrance onto the
national political stage.
Her supporters, meanwhile,
encouraged everyone to read
the messages.
“The thousands upon thousands of emails released today
show a very engaged Gov.
Sarah Palin being the CEO of
her state,” said Tim Crawford,
the treasurer of her political
action committee, Sarah PAC.
“The emails detail a governor
hard at work.”
by an audience member said
Morgan’s stand-up performance was full
of homophobic
references. The
Ryman issued
its own apology afterward
for Morgan’s
behavior.
Morgan
Morgan’s
outbursts
triggered heated comment
on Twitter, making him a
“trending” topic Thursday and
Friday.
Meanwhile, the Gay &
Lesbian Alliance Against
Defamation called on Morgan
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to remove anti-gay remarks
NEW YORK — Tracy Morgan from his show “and send a
strong message that anti-gay
said Friday that he was sorry
violence is not something to
for telling an audience in
Nashville, Tenn., that if his son joke about.”
The Human Rights
were gay, he would “pull out a
Campaign said apologizing
knife and stab” him.
wasn’t enough. The gay civil
The comedian and “30
rights organization it said
Rock” actor apologized to his
Morgan “now has a responsifans and the gay and lesbian
community for what he called bility to make amends for his
horribly hurtful and dangerous
“my choice of words” during
‘comedy’ routine.”
his June 3 appearance at the
In his statement, Morgan,
Ryman Auditorium.
A Facebook account posted who has three sons, denied
Victim of chimp attack gets face transplant
Alaska
releases
Palin’s
emails
The Associated Press
bang hum dinger.”
The invitation asks close
friends and family to “please
help us celebrate this anniversary of the making and
breaking of the sacred union of
marriage with our best friends
and animals.”
They are the parents of two
children, Scarlett and Henry
Lee, and say they are still “dear
and trusted friends.”
This is the second split of
the year for White. Earlier, he
announced the White Stripes
— comprised of White and exwife Meg White — were calling
it quits.
BRIAN WALLACE/The Associated Press
Reporters load boxes containing thousands of pages of Sarah
Palin’s emails from her time as Alaska’s governor Friday in Juneau,
Alaska.
Palin has been placing in
the top tier of potential presidential candidates in polls of
Republican voters. Her recent
bus tour of the Northeast
fueled speculation about her
national ambitions. However,
she has said she has not yet
decided whether she will enter
the 2012 race.
Many news organizations,
including The New York Times,
the Los Angeles Times and
msnbc.com, began scanning
and posting the emails on their
websites. The New York Times
asked readers to join reporters
in reviewing the documents.
The emails released Friday
were first requested during the
2008 White House race by citizens and news organizations,
including The Associated
Press, as they vetted a nominee whose political experience
included less than one term as
governor and a term as mayor
of Wasilla, Alaska.
The nearly three-year delay
has been attributed largely to
the sheer volume of the release.
Lawyers went through every
page to redact sensitive government information. Another
reason was the nearly 500
open records requests during
Palin’s time in office, and state
records officers being told to
deal with smaller, easier ones
first.
The emails cover the period
from the time she took office
in December 2006 to her
ascension to vice presidential
nominee in September 2008.
In the months before she
was named the nominee,
Palin’s emails showed a governor dealing with complaints,
rumors and gossip about her
family. In several, she asked
about the identity of someone
who alleged that she had not
buckled her son, Trig, properly
into his car seat.
In another, she lamented
about gossip about her family
and marriage. Palin and her
daughter, Bristol, appeared
to be traveling in a car, and
Bristol emailed a Palin staffer
in July: “Mom and I were just
praying about the hurt and
anger that comes with her job.
Thank you for your faith in
God.
“We share it and we love
you!” Bristol wrote, from
her mother’s personal email
account.
After she was selected the
GOP vice presidential nominee, news organizations began
vetting her record.
BOSTON — A Connecticut
woman mauled by a chimpanzee gone berserk has received a
new face in the third such operation performed in the U.S. and
is looking forward to going out
in public again and eating hot
dogs and pizza after months of
pureed food.
Charla Nash, 57, underwent a
full face and double hand transplant late last month, but the
hands failed to thrive because
of complications and were
removed, Dr. Bohdan Pomahac,
leader of the 30-member surgical
team at Brigham and Women’s
Hospital, said Friday. Overall, her
prospects are excellent, he said.
“It will certainly help her tremendously to feel human again,”
Pohamac said.
In February 2009, she was
attacked by a neighbor’s 200pound pet chimpanzee, named
Travis, which went berserk after
its owner asked Nash to help
lure it back into her Stamford,
Conn., house. The animal ripped
off Nash’s hands, nose, lips and
eyelids before being shot and
killed by police.
After the mauling, Nash’s eyes
were gone and she had only
a small opening instead of a
mouth to take in pureed food.
She could talk but was barely
understandable.
More than two years later,
Nash received skin, underlying
muscles, blood vessels, nerves,
a hard palate and teeth from a
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email or a handwritten note.
Country stars thank their fans
with an entire festival.
Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean
and the Zac
Brown Band
are some of
the artists
who helped
kick off the
Country Music
Association
Paisley
Music Festival
in Nashville, Tenn., Thursday
night with performances at LP
Field.
“It’s a unique festival. It
doesn’t happen in any other
style of music. We’re talking about something where
people come out of the woodwork, drive to this mecca of
Nashville and sort of assemble
in a stadium to hear all their
favorite artists who put on
this exhibition of what they’re
about,” said Paisley.
One reason it’s so unique?
The artists play for free, and
the proceeds are donated to
charity.
“None of us are getting
paid,” said Paisley. “We’re here
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Left, in an undated photo, Charla Nash is seen prior to being mauled
by a chimpanzee in 2009. Right, Nash is seen after the attack.
dead person whose identity was
not released. It was the third full
face transplant in the U.S.
Over the next few months, she
will develop more control over
facial muscles and more feeling,
letting her breathe through her
nose and develop her sense of
smell. She remains blind.
She was not at a hospital news
conference Friday, and no postsurgery photos were released.
Nash will be able to go out
in public without feeling selfconscious, Pomahac said. She
skipped her only daughter’s high
school graduation last spring
because she was worried she
would become the center of
attention.
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WORLD
RININAHUE, CHILE
UNITED NATIONS
JERUSALEM
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI
Volcano closes major airports
Leaders adopt new HIV targets
Cholera surges in areas
Steaming rivers filled with hot ash,
rocks, and rain threatened to overflow
their banks in southern Chile on Friday
and ash clouds from a volcano that
began erupting nearly a week ago kept
major airports closed across much of
the southern part of the continent.
In towns bordering the Cordon Caulle
volcano, authorities warned that rivers
were about to flood due to the large
amounts of ash and volcanic rock that
have fallen in them and heavy rains that
have doused the area of southern Chile.
About 3,500 residents had been evacuated, and 500 were still in shelters
Friday. Authorities were seeking legal
permission Friday to evacuate a dozen
more who refused to leave their property and animals behind.
World leaders on Friday declared HIV “an
unprecedented human catastrophe” and
adopted new targets to combat the epidemic, including providing drug treatment to 15
million people by 2015,
A political declaration hammered out after
seven weeks of difficult negotiations was
adopted by consensus by the U.N. General
Assembly at the end of a three-day high-level
meeting to spotlight successes in tackling
HIV/AIDS and the need to intensify the fight.
It commits the U.N.’s 192 member states to
cut in half the sexual and intravenous drug
user transmission of HIV by 2015 — and to
ensure that all babies are born HIV-free by
that date.
The U.N. agency to combat AIDS says
between $22 billion and $24 billion is needed
to address the crisis.
The number of cholera cases
is rising in parts of Haiti hit by
heavy rains early this week.
Alain Legarnec, mission chief
for the French aid group Doctors
of the World, said Friday that a
clinic in the southwestern town
of Jeremie treated 77 people for
cholera in recent days. That’s a
fivefold increase from last week
and was most likely caused by
rising river levels, he said.
Haiti and its Caribbean neighbors were hit by a deadly storm
on Monday that flooded towns
and destroyed houses.
The Haitian capital and southern part of the country were
especially hard hit.
MAYA HASSON/The Associated Press
Merce Cunningham Dance Company dancers perform Friday in the Israel
Museum’s Israeli art section, with Reuven Rubin’s 1923 ‘First Fruits’ painting behind them, in Jerusalem. The group’s five Israel Museum events
mark the company’s final performances of Cunningham’s signature sitespecific choreographic collages in a museum setting.
Dealers inspire trend
Vandalism
Continued from Page 1A
BY MARK STEVENSON
walk before 2,100 family and
friends. Brown, 18, will attend
West Point.
The students caused about
$1,000 in damage in two of the
school’s class pods, contrary to
Acting Schools Superintendant
Jesus Jara’s initial report of
$20,000 in damages.
Toilet paper and books were
strewn about, a soapy substance had been spread on the
floor, orange spray paint had
been used to write on walls
and desks, trash cans and picnic tables were turned over
and orange handprints gave
silent testimony to the vandalism.
Students who were to take
The Associated Press
Photos courtesy of Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
Spray-painted graffiti is seen on desks, in the hallways and on the walls.
final exams in the two damaged
class pods had to be moved to
the Performing Arts Center.
Almost immediately after the
damage was discovered, custodians cleaned, stripped and
painted walls, tables, desks and
floors of orange paint, cleaned
up scattered textbooks and
toilet paper while school offi-
cials and the Monroe County
Sheriff’s Office school resource
officer viewed surveillance
video.
Parts of the principal’s commencement speech were particularly apropos.
“Twenty years from now you
will be more disappointed by
the things you didn’t do than
by what you did. Don’t follow
the crowd. Go where there
is no path and leave a trail,”
Rodriguez said.
“Integrity is doing the right
thing, even if no one is watching or listening. Be truthful,
even if it hurts or goes against
your best interests.”
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Finally, an E. coli answer: It was the sprouts
BY DAVID RISING AND
KIRSTEN GRIESHABER
The Associated Press
BERLIN — After a month of
searching and testing thousands of vegetables, simple
detective work trumped science in the hunt for the source
of the world’s deadliest E. coli
outbreak. The culprit: Germangrown sprouts.
Health officials announced
Friday that sprouts from a farm
in northern Germany caused
the outbreak that has killed 31
people, sickened nearly 3,100
and prompted much of Europe
to shun vegetables.
“It was like a crime thriller
where you have to find the bad
guy,” said Helmut TschierskySchoeneburg, head of Germany’s
consumer protection agency.
GERO BRELOER/The Associated Press
Nursing staff change their protective clothing Monday after treating
an E. coli patient at Asklepios Hospital in Hamburg-Altona, Germany.
Health officials said they
tracked the bacteria’s path
from hospital patients struggling with diarrhea and kidney failure, to the restaurants
where they had dined, to spe-
cific meals and ingredients
they ate, and finally back to a
single farm.
There are more questions to
answer, including what contaminated the sprouts in the
first place: Was it tainted seeds
or water, or nearby animals?
The answer is still elusive.
Still, it was little surprise that
sprouts were the culprit. They
have been blamed in least 30
food poisoning cases over the
past 15 years in the U.S. and a
large outbreak in Japan in 1996
that killed 11 people and sickened more than 9,000.
While sprouts are full of protein and vitamins, their growing conditions and the fact that
they are mostly eaten raw make
them ideal transmitters of disease. Cultivated in water, they
require heat and humidity —
precisely the same conditions
E. coli needs to thrive. Sprouts
have abundant surface area
for bacteria to cling to — and
washing won’t help if the seeds
themselves are contaminated.
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that attacked corporate and
government websites around
the world, authorities said
Friday.
National Police identified the
three as leaders of the Spanish
section of a group that calls
itself “Anonymous.” All three
are Spaniards ages 30 to 32,
said Manuel Vazquez, chief of
the police’s high-tech crime
unit.
A computer server in one of
their homes was used to take
part in cyber attacks on targets
including two major Spanish
banks, the Italian energy company Enel and the governments of Egypt, Algeria, Libya,
Iran, Chile, Colombia and New
Zealand, Vazquez said.
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used to hack into an online
www.KeysFCU.org
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MEXICO CITY — “Narco
Polo” is the new fashion trend
sweeping lower-class neighborhoods in Mexico, inspired
by seven high-ranking drug
traffickers who were arrested
over a three-month stretch
wearing open-neck, shortsleeved jerseys with the familiar horseman-with-a-stick
emblem.
The polo shirts are becoming ubiquitous in street vendors’ stalls from the drug-warravaged state of Tamaulipas
to the cradle of Mexican drug
trafficking, Sinaloa.
Demand is so high that a
Mexico City street vendor
named Felipe stocks several
colors, and names them after
the drug lord who was wearing that color at the time of
his arrest.
“This is the ‘J.J’,” he says,
pointing to a blue one, “and
this is ‘La Barbie,’” indicating
a green number. That was a
reference to Jose Jorge (“J.J.”)
Balderas, who allegedly dealt
drugs and shot soccer star
Salvador Cabanas in the head,
and to U.S.-born Edgar Valdez
Villarreal, “La Barbie.”
Despite their Ralph Lauren
labels, the shirts on sale on
Mexico City streets for 160
pesos ($13.50) are clearly pirated goods, sold by unlicensed
vendors like Felipe who don’t
want their full names used for
fear of attracting police attention.
But some of Felipe’s customers have their first names
embroidered on the back of
the shirts, a service he offers
for an extra fee, as a sort of
dare.
It’s probably not the demographic that designers at
MARCO UGARTE, ALEXANDRE MENEGHINI,
DARIO LOPEZ-MILLS/The Associated Press
Three suspected drug traffickers
are presented to the press in
Mexico City (from top): Marcos
Carmona ‘El Cabrito’ Hernandez
on March 7; Edgar Valdez ‘The
Barbie’ Villarreal on Aug. 31;
and Jose Jorge ‘J.J.’ Balderas
Garza on Jan. 18.
Ralph Lauren were thinking
of for their polo shirts. The
company did not respond to
several requests for comment
about the shirts’ popularity in
Mexican criminal circles.
The shirt La Barbie wore
when captured appeared to be
the only potentially authentic
one of the bunch. The rest of
the drug traffickers appeared
to be wearing cheap knockoffs of the $98 to $145 Ralph
Lauren “Big Pony” jerseys.
The shirt is becoming so
pervasive that it provoked
public grumbling from Sinaloa
Gov. Mario Lopez Valdez.
“Now you see how these
shirts like La Barbie’s have
become the fashion,” said
Lopez Valdez.
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AND JORGE SANZ
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1B
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BELMONT STAKES CLOSES OUT TRIPLE CROWN TODAY, 4B
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: FLORIDA 6, ARIZONA 4
SPORTS SHORTS
S
TOPPING THE SKID
Marlins’ victory snaps 8-game losing streak
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CHARLIE NEIBERGALL/The Associated Press
FSU’s Ngonidzashe Makusha, center, leads
teammate Maurice Mitchell, left, during
the men’s 100-meter dash final at the
NCAA outdoor track and field championships on Friday at Drake Stadium in Des
Moines, Iowa. Makusha broke the national
collegiate record, winning in 9.89 seconds.
KEYS CALENDAR
TODAY ON TV
ATHLETICS
CBS — NCAA Division I, Men’s and
Women’s Outdoor Championships,
at Des Moines, Iowa, 1 p.m.
NBC — Grand Prix, at New York, 3
MIAMI — Logan Morrison and Mike Stanton
each hit a two-run homer and the Florida Marlins
snapped an eight-game losing streak with a
6-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on
Friday night.
John Buck also homered and drove in two runs
for the Marlins, who had seven of their 13 hits go
for extra bases. Emilio Bonifacio had two doubles.
Florida’s 13 hits were its highest total since it
had a season-high 14 against the Dodgers on
May 28.
Miguel Montero and Xavier Nady hit backto-back home runs for the Diamondbacks, who
have lost four of five.
Morrison connected against Joe Saunders in
the first inning, hitting a drive to right on a 2-2
pitch for his eighth homer of the season.
Stanton’s 15th homer in the sixth inning made
it 4-0 and Buck hit Saunders’ next pitch over the
wall in right. It was the second time this season
the Marlins have hit back-to-back homers.
Anibal Sanchez (6-1) allowed three runs and
five hits in 62⁄3 innings for the Marlins. The righthander is 5-0 with a 2.31 ERA in his last seven
starts.
Arizona chased Sanchez during its four-run
seventh inning.
Saunders (3-6) gave up five runs and 10 hits in
six innings. Steve Cishek worked the ninth for his
first career save.
LYNNE SLADKY/The Associated Press
The Marlins’ Logan Morrison, front, reacts after
hitting a two-run home run, while teammate Mike
Stanton watches the replay during the first inning of
a win over the Diamondbacks on Friday in Miami.
p.m.
AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL
ESPN2 — Geelong vs. Hawthorn, at Melbourne,
Australia, 5 a.m.
AUTO RACING
SPEED — 24 Hours of Le Mans,
start of race, at Le Mans,
France, 8:30 a.m.
SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup,
pole qualifying for Pocono
500, at Long Pond, Pa.,
11:30 a.m.
SPEED — Formula One, qualifying
for Canadian Grand Prix, at Montreal (sameday tape), 2 p.m.
SPEED — 24 Hours of Le Mans, at
Le Mans, France, 3:30 p.m.
VERSUS — IRL, IndyCar, Firestone
Twin 275s, at Fort Worth, Texas,
7:30 p.m.
SPEED — ARCA, Pocono ARCA 200, at Long
Pond, Pa. (same-day tape), 8 p.m.
SPEED — 24 Hours of Le Mans, at Le Mans,
France, 11 p.m.
COLLEGE BASEBALL
ESPN — NCAA Division I playoffs, super regionals, game 2,
Mississippi St. at Florida, Noon
ESPN — NCAA Division I playoffs, super regionals, game 2, Stanford at North Carolina, 3 p.m.
ESPN2 — NCAA Division I playoffs, super
regionals, game 1, Connecticut at South
Carolina, 6 p.m.
ESPN — NCAA Division I playoffs, super regionals, game 2, Arizona St. at Texas, 7 p.m.
ESPN2 — NCAA Division I playoffs, super
regionals, game 2, Oregon St. at Vanderbilt, 9
p.m.
CYCLING
VERSUS — Criterium du Dauphine, stage 6, Les
Gets to Le Collet d’Allevard, France (same-day
tape), 5 p.m.
VERSUS — Tour de Suisse, stage 1, time trial,
at Lugano, Switzerland (same-day tape), 6
p.m.
GOLF
TGC — European PGA Tour, Italian
Open, third round, at Turin, Italy, 8
a.m.
TGC — Champions Tour, Greater
Hickory Classic, second round, at Conover,
N.C., 1 p.m.
CBS — PGA Tour, St. Jude Classic,
third round, at Memphis, Tenn., 3
p.m.
TGC — LPGA, State Farm Classic,
third round, at Springfield, Ill. (sameday tape), 6:30 p.m.
Back in Miami,
Heat hope to
force Game 7
Dolphins get
lockout reprieve,
talk at fundraiser
BY BRIAN MAHONEY
AVENTURA — The Miami Dolphins are holding a charity event this weekend so players and
coaches are getting the opportunity to spend
time together during
the NFL lockout.
“The most
One caveat: No
important thing
football talk.
to come out of
Players and coaches are not permitted
this thing is that
to meet with each
people get a good
other during the labor
buzz about the
impasse, but when
Miami Dolphins
wide receiver Brian
and about footHartline was talking
ball again.”
about the lockout,
Tony
assistant coach Karl
Sparano
Dorrell reached out
Dolphins
to shake his hand.
coach
The
Dolphins
are hosting their
Fins Weekend and
Hartline and other
players on hand for
Friday’s golf outing
say they enjoyed seeing their coaches.
“It’s good to see the guys and catch up and
really enjoy a day,” Hartline said. “I wish it was
more football-related, but it’s a good time.”
Punter Brandon fields also took part in the golf
outing, which will be followed by a fishing expedition today.
“It’s a little different,” he said. “When we
see them, there’s no animosity between us or
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
FOX — Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
MLB — St. Louis at Milwaukee, 7 p.m.
WGN — Oakland at Chicago White Sox, 7 p.m.
SUN — Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m.
FSN — Arizona at Florida, 7:10 p.m.
MOTORSPORTS
SPEED — AMA Pro Motocross 250, at Mount
Morris, Pa. (same-day tape), 10 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL SOFTBALL
ESPN2 — National Professional Fastpitch,
Chicago at Florida, 3 p.m.
FLORIDA LOTTERY
Cash 3: Afternoon drawing: 5-3-9
Evening drawing: 1-7-7
Play 4: Afternoon drawing: 2-6-2-0
Evening drawing: 2-0-9-3
Fantasy 5: 2-15-16-19-28
Mega Money: 8-28-33-42;
Mega Ball: 18
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press
MIAMI — LeBron James came to Miami last
summer for the chance to be a champion.
He arrived back here Friday just hoping to be
a survivor.
The Dallas Mavericks have a 3-2 lead in the
NBA finals and can win their first championship Sunday night. Less than a year after the
Heat’s free agent victory celebration, the real
party might belong to Dirk Nowitzki.
But the Heat, despite consecutive losses that
have renewed criticism of their execution and
James’ ability in the clutch, insist they can still
win the first of multiple titles James boasted of
upon his arrival in South Florida.
“I guess they have momentum in the sense
they came home and won two games. But each
game is its own,” Dwyane Wade said Thursday
night. “We’re going to come out — every game
has been pretty much a possession here, a possession there. Either team can come in and say
they can be up different than what they are.
We’ll be coming to the game understanding it’s
a possession game in Game 6, doing whatever it
takes to win the ballgame. So we’re confident.”
So are the Mavericks, who hung in for four
games until their offense finally started clicking
the way they believed it would. They get two
chances to close out the Heat, but stress the
importance of doing it on the first try.
“Game 6 is Game 7 for us,” guard Jason
See HEAT, page 3B
DAVID J. PHILLIP/The Associated Press
The Heat’s LeBron James holds his head down during
the second half of Game 5 of the NBA Finals against
the Mavericks on Thursday in Dallas. The Mavericks
won, 112-103, to take a 3-2 lead in the series.
Jason Terry’s Larry O’Brien
tattoo was quite a premonition
DALLAS — Jason Terry put his faith in these
Dallas Mavericks in ink. On the inside of his right
biceps.
With one more win, he’ll get to keep that tattoo
of the NBA’s championship trophy — plus have the
real thing.
Terry had his title hopes injected into his arm
in October, during a get-together at teammate
DeShawn Stevenson’s house. At the start of the
playoffs, Terry vowed to have it removed if the
Mavericks didn’t win it all.
Thanks largely to him regaining his shooting
touch in that inked-up arm, Terry and the Mavs
flew to Miami on Friday closer to a title than ever
before in franchise history. It could belong to them
as soon as Sunday night.
See DOLPHINS, page 3B
NHL STANLEY CUP FINALS: VANCOUVER 1, BOSTON 0
HORSE RACING
VERSUS — NTRA, Belmont
Stakes undercard, at Elmont,
N.Y., 3 p.m.
NBC — NTRA, Belmont Stakes, at
Elmont, N.Y., 5 p.m.
NFL
NBA FINALS: GAME 6 (SUNDAY, 8 P.M.)
Canucks edge Bruins,
move to brink of title
BY GREG BEACHAM
The Associated Press
VANCOUVER, British Columbia
— With a fortunate bounce and
a flawless goalie, the Vancouver
Canucks are heading back to Boston
with the chance to hoist the Stanley
Cup for the first time.
Maxim Lapierre scored on a
carom off the back boards with 15:25
to play, Roberto Luongo stopped 31
shots in a stirring shutout after getting pulled from his last game, and
the Canucks moved to the brink of
their first NHL championship with a
1-0 victory over Boston in Game 5 on
Friday night, taking a 3-2 series lead.
Luongo posted his fourth shutout
of the playoffs and second of the
Stanley Cup finals after giving up 12
goals in less than four periods dur-
ing two blowout losses in Boston.
Game 6 is Monday night in Boston,
and the Stanley Cup will be there.
The Canucks have scored just
six goals in five Stanley Cup finals
games against brilliant Boston goalie Tim Thomas, yet they’re one victory away from winning it all.
Neither team found an offensive
flow in a Game 5 nail-biter, but
Luongo kept Vancouver in it until
Lapierre and defenseman Kevin
Bieksa teamed up on a goal that
set off a crazy celebration among
tens of thousands of fans thronging
downtown Vancouver.
Luongo was pulled from Game
4, but coach Alain Vigneault stuck
with him for Game 5. The Olympic
champion was only occasionally
spectacular, but he still narrowly
outplayed Thomas.
KEYSNEWS.COM — AND SPORTS TOO
JONATHAN
HAYWARD/The
Associated
Press
Bruins
goalie Tim
Thomas
tries
to see
around
Canucks
left wing
Raffi
Torres
during the
second
period
of Game
5 of the
Stanley
Cup
Finals
on Friday
in Vancouver,
British
Columbia.
2B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
SPORTS: Scoreboard
Miami
31 26 22 24 — 103
Dallas
30 30 24 28 — 112
A—20,433 (19,200). T—2:39.
Officials—Joe Crawford, Mike Callahan, Bill Kennedy.
SPREADS
GLANTZ-CULVER LINE
Major League Baseball
National League
FAVORITE
LINE
at San Francisco -170
at Philadelphia -200
at Pittsburgh
-120
Atlanta
-125
Arizona
-125
at Milwaukee
-125
at Colorado
-135
at San Diego
-115
American League
at New York
-175
at Toronto
-110
Texas
-130
Tampa Bay
-130
at Detroit
-125
at Chicago
-115
at Los Angeles
-135
NBA Playoffs
Sunday
FAVORITE
at Miami
UNDERDOG
Cincinnati
Chicago
New York
at Houston
at Florida
St. Louis
Los Angeles
Washington
LINE
+160
+185
+110
+115
+115
+115
+125
+105
Cleveland
Boston
at Minnesota
at Baltimore
Seattle
Oakland
Kansas City
LINE O/U
6 (18712⁄ )
+165
+100
+120
+120
+115
+105
+125
UNDERDOG
Dallas
NBA FINALS
FINALS
(Best-of-7)
x-if necessary
Dallas 3, Miami 2
Tuesday, May 31: Miami 92, Dallas 84
Thursday, June 2: Dallas 95, Miami 93
Sunday, June 5: Miami 88, Dallas 86
Tuesday, June 7: Dallas 86, Miami 83
Thursday, June 9: Dallas 112, Miami 103
Sunday, June 12: Dallas at Miami, 8 p.m.
x-Tuesday, June 14: Dallas at Miami, 9 p.m.
Thursday night’s Game Five
MAVERICKS 112, HEAT 103
FG
FT
MIAMI Min M-A M-A
James 45:38 8-19 1-2
Bosh
39:23 6-12 7-9
Anthony 16:12 1-1 0-0
Bibby
15:24 1-2 0-0
Wade
34:27 6-12 10-12
Haslem 33:00 5-8 0-0
Miller
23:12 3-5 0-0
Howard 5:49 3-3 0-0
Chalmers 23:27 4-6 3-3
House
3:28 0-2 0-0
Totals 240:00 37-70 21-26
Reb
O-T
1-10
6-10
0-0
0-2
0-2
1-5
0-2
0-0
1-4
0-1
9-36
A
10
1
0
0
8
2
2
0
2
0
25
PF PTS
3 17
3 19
3
2
1
2
2 23
2 10
4
9
3
6
4 15
1
0
26 103
Percentages: FG .529, FT .808.
3-Point Goals: 8-20, .400 (Chalmers 4-6, Miller
3-4, Wade 1-2, Bibby 0-1, Bosh 0-1, House 0-2,
James 0-4).
Team Rebounds: 6. Team Turnovers: 18 (21 PTS).
Blocked Shots: 4 (Bosh, Haslem, James, Wade).
Turnovers: 16 (Bosh 4, James 4, Wade 4, Bibby,
Chalmers, House, Miller).
Steals: 5 (Wade 2, Chalmers, House, Miller).
Technical Fouls: None.
FG
FT
DALLAS Min M-A M-A
Marion 34:02 4-11 0-0
Nowitzki 39:37 9-18 10-10
Chandler 38:40 5-7 3-5
Barea 25:39 6-11 1-1
Kidd
39:52 4-6 2-2
Terry
30:29 8-12 2-2
Cardinal 9:37 1-1 1-2
Stevenson 13:58 1-2 1-2
Mahinmi 8:06 1-1 1-3
Totals 240:00 39-69 21-27
Reb
O-T
1-4
0-6
2-7
1-2
0-2
0-4
0-0
0-0
0-1
4-26
A
3
3
0
5
6
6
0
0
0
23
PF PTS
3
8
2 29
4 13
1 17
1 13
1 21
3
4
2
4
3
3
20 112
Percentages: FG .565, FT .778.
3-Point Goals: 13-19, .684 (Barea 4-5, Kidd 3-5,
Terry 3-5, Cardinal 1-1, Nowitzki 1-1, Stevenson
1-2).
Team Rebounds: 6. Team Turnovers: 11 (15 PTS).
Blocked Shots: 3 (Chandler 2, Kidd).
Turnovers: 11 (Kidd 3, Marion 2, Nowitzki 2, Terry
2, Barea, Cardinal).
Steals: 8 (Kidd 3, Marion 2, Cardinal, Chandler,
Nowitzki).
Technical Fouls: Marion, 2:17 second.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
Boston
New York
Tampa Bay
Toronto
Baltimore
Central Division
Cleveland
Detroit
Chicago
Kansas City
Minnesota
West Division
Texas
Seattle
Los Angeles
Oakland
W
37
34
33
32
30
L
26
27
30
32
31
Pct
.587
.557
.524
.500
.492
GB
—
2
4
1
5 2⁄
6
W
34
34
31
27
24
L
27
29
34
36
38
Pct
.557
.540
.477
.429
.387
GB
—
1
5
8
1
10 2⁄
W
35
33
30
27
L
29
31
34
37
Pct
.547
.516
.469
.422
GB
—
2
5
8
Arizona
Colorado
Los Angeles
San Diego
34
30
29
29
30
32
35
35
.531
.484
.453
.453
1
1 2⁄
412⁄
612⁄
612⁄
Thursday’s Games
Arizona 2, Pittsburgh 0
Chicago Cubs 4, Philadelphia 3, 11 innings
Atlanta 3, Florida 2
St. Louis 9, Houston 2
N.Y. Mets 4, Milwaukee 1
Colorado 9, L.A. Dodgers 7
San Diego 7, Washington 3
Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 0
Friday’s Games
Philadelphia 7, Chicago Cubs 5
N.Y. Mets 8, Pittsburgh 1
Florida 6, Arizona 4
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 0
Atlanta at Houston, late
L.A. Dodgers at Colorado, late
Washington at San Diego, late
Cincinnati at San Francisco, late
Today’s Games
Chicago Cubs (Garza 2-5) at Philadelphia (Cl.Lee
5-5), 4:10 p.m.
Cincinnati (Leake 5-2) at San Francisco (Lincecum
5-4), 4:10 p.m.
Atlanta (Minor 0-2) at Houston (Lyles 0-1), 7:05
p.m.
N.Y. Mets (Dickey 3-6) at Pittsburgh (Ja.McDonald
3-4), 7:05 p.m.
Arizona (I.Kennedy 6-2) at Florida (Vazquez 3-5),
7:10 p.m.
St. Louis (C.Carpenter 1-5) at Milwaukee (Greinke
5-1), 7:10 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Lilly 4-5) at Colorado (Hammel 3-5),
8:10 p.m.
Washington (Lannan 3-5) at San Diego (Richard
2-7), 8:35 p.m.
Shaw
1
0 0 0 2
Florida
Ani.Sanchez W,6-1 6 2-3 5 3 3 0
M.Dunn H,7
1-3 2 1 1 0
R.Webb H,5
2-3 1 0 0 0
Choate H,8
1-3 0 0 0 0
Cishek S,1-1
1
1 0 0 0
Paterson pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
WP—Ani.Sanchez.
Umpires—Home, Phil Cuzzi; First, Bill Miller;
Second, James Hoye; Third, Tom Hallion.
T—2:51. A—18,888 (38,560).
1
8
0
2
1
0
COLLEGE BASEBALL
DIVISION I SUPER REGIONALS
(Best-of-3)
The visiting team plays as home team for Game 2;
a coin flip determines home team for Game 3
x-if necessary
At Davenport Field, Charlottesville, Va.
Today: Virginia (52-9) vs. UC Irvine (42-16), 1 p.m.
Sunday, June 12: Virginia vs. UC Irvine, 1 p.m.
x-Monday, June 13: Virginia vs. UC Irvine, 1, 4 or 7 p.m.
At Boshamer Stadium, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Friday, June 10: North Carolina 5, Stanford 2, UNC
leads series 1-0
Today: North Carolina (49-14) vs. Stanford (35-21),
3 p.m.
x-Sunday, June 12: North Carolina vs. Stanford,
4 p.m.
Jeff Quinney
Rod Pampling
Zach Johnson
Robert Allenby
Heath Slocum
Steve Flesch
Dicky Pride
John Mallinger
Spencer Levin
Brian Davis
Zack Miller
Jim Renner
Craig Barlow
Johnson Wagner
Padraig Harrington
Bobby Gates
Kevin Stadler
John Senden
John Daly
Richard S. Johnson
Frank Lickliter II
Garrett Willis
Todd Hamilton
Ben Crane
Jhonattan Vegas
Graham DeLaet
68-73
75-66
73-68
70-71
68-73
70-71
70-71
70-71
72-69
71-70
70-71
72-69
70-72
74-68
70-72
74-68
73-69
69-73
69-73
74-68
71-71
71-71
72-70
73-69
73-69
73-69
Friday
At Panther Creek Country Club, Springfield, Ill.
Purse: $1.7 million
Yardage: 6,746; Par: 72
(a-amateur)
Second Round
At Carolina Stadium, Columbia, S.C.
64-67 — 131
Tonight: Connecticut (45-18-1) vs. South Carolina Mindy Kim
Shanshan Feng
68-65 — 133
(48-14), 6 p.m.
Yani Tseng
67-66 — 133
Sunday, June 12: Connecticut vs. South Carolina,
Friday’s Games
Jiyai Shin
66-68 — 134
7 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees 11, Cleveland 7
68-67 — 135
x-Monday, June 13: Connecticut vs. South Carolina, Amanda Blumenherst
Seattle 3, Detroit 2
Jennifer Johnson
69-67 — 136
1, 4 or 7 p.m.
Baltimore 7, Tampa Bay 0
Paula Creamer
68-68 — 136
Boston 5, Toronto 1
Brittany Lincicome
67-69 — 136
At Alfred A. McKethan Stadium, Gainesville
Oakland at Chicago White Sox, late
Cristie Kerr
70-67 — 137
Friday, June 10: Florida 11, Mississippi State 1,
Texas at Minnesota, late
Sunday’s Games
Suzann Pettersen
70-67 — 137
Florida leads series 1-0
Kansas City at L.A. Angels, late
Arizona at Florida, 1:10 p.m.
Se Ri Pak
69-68 — 137
Today: Florida (49-16) vs. Mississippi State (37Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia, 1:35 p.m.
Karen Stupples
69-68 — 137
24), Noon
Today’s Games
N.Y. Mets at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m.
Catriona Matthew
68-69 — 137
x-Sunday, June 12: Florida vs. Mississippi State,
Cleveland (Talbot 2-2) at N.Y. Yankees (Colon 4-3), Atlanta at Houston, 2:05 p.m.
Morgan Pressel
68-69 — 137
1 p.m.
1:05 p.m.
St. Louis at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m.
Wendy Ward
68-69 — 137
Boston (Lackey 3-5) at Toronto (Morrow 2-3),
L.A. Dodgers at Colorado, 3:10 p.m.
Juli Inkster
67-70 — 137
At Dick Howser Stadium, Tallahassee
1:07 p.m.
Washington at San Diego, 4:05 p.m.
72-66 — 138
Today: Florida State (45-17) vs. Texas A&M (45-19), Maria Hjorth
Texas (C.Lewis 5-6) at Minnesota (S.Baker 3-4),
Cincinnati at San Francisco, 8:05 p.m.
Mi Hyun Kim
70-68 — 138
4:30 p.m.
4:10 p.m.
69-69 — 138
Sunday, June 12: Florida State vs. Texas A&M, 4 p.m. Kyeong Bae
Seattle (Pineda 6-3) at Detroit (Scherzer 7-2),
Monday’s Games
Gerina Piller
69-69 — 138
x-Monday, June 13: Florida State vs. Texas A&M,
7:05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m.
Brittany Lang
68-70 — 138
1, 4 or 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Price 7-5) at Baltimore (Guthrie 2-8), Arizona at Florida, 7:10 p.m.
Michelle Wie
72-67 — 139
7:05 p.m.
Atlanta at Houston, 8:05 p.m.
Nicole Hage
71-68 — 139
At Hawkins Field, Nashville, Tenn.
Oakland (G.Gonzalez 5-4) at Chicago White Sox
Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m.
Marcy Hart
71-68 — 139
Friday, June 10: Vanderbilt 11, Oregon State 1,
(Danks 1-8), 7:10 p.m.
San Diego at Colorado, 8:40 p.m.
Mika Miyazato
71-68 — 139
Vanderbilt leads series 1-0
Kansas City (F.Paulino 0-0) at L.A. Angels (Pineiro
Cincinnati at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.
Belen Mozo
70-69 — 139
Tonight: Vanderbilt (51-10) vs. Oregon State (412-3), 9:05 p.m.
Sophie Gustafson
69-70 — 139
18), 9 p.m.
MARLINS 6, DIAMONDBACKS 4 x-Sunday, June 12: Vanderbilt vs. Oregon State, 4, Yoo Kyeong Kim
69-70 — 139
Sunday’s Games
Arizona
Florida
Sarah Jane Smith
69-70 — 139
7 or 10 p.m.
Cleveland at N.Y. Yankees, 1:05 p.m.
ab r h bi
ab r h bi
Moira Dunn
68-71 — 139
Seattle at Detroit, 1:05 p.m.
RRorts 3b 4 0 1 0 Bnifac cf-ss 4 1 2 0 At UFCU Disch-Falk Field, Austin, Texas
Angela Stanford
73-67 — 140
Boston at Toronto, 1:07 p.m.
KJhnsn 2b 4 0 0 0 Infante 2b 3 1 2 0 Friday, June 10: Arizona State 3, Texas 1, ASU
Amy Yang
72-68 — 140
Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 1:35 p.m.
J.Upton rf 4 1 1 0 Morrsn lf 4 1 1 2 leads series 1-0
Minea Blomqvist
70-70 — 140
Oakland at Chicago White Sox, 2:10 p.m.
S.Drew ss 4 1 2 1 Cishek p 0 0 0 0 Tonight: Texas (47-17) vs. Arizona State (43-16),
I.K. Kim
70-70 — 140
Texas at Minnesota, 2:10 p.m.
CYoung cf 4 0 0 0 GSnchz 1b 4 1 1 0 Arizona State, 7 p.m.
Haeji Kang
69-71 — 140
Kansas City at L.A. Angels, 3:35 p.m.
Monter c 4 1 1 2 Stanton rf 4 1 2 2 x-Sunday, June 12: Texas vs. Arizona State, 7 p.m.
Meena Lee
69-71 — 140
Mirand 1b 2 0 0 0 J.Buck c 4 1 2 2
Danah Bordner
68-72 — 140
Monday’s Games
Ndy ph-1b 2 1 2 1 Helms 3b 3 0 0 0 At Stephen Schott Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif. Sarah Kemp
66-74 — 140
Cleveland at N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m.
GParra lf 4 0 1 0 Dbbs ph-3b1 0 0 0 Tonight: Dallas Baptist (43-17) vs. California (35Jane Park
73-68 — 141
Tampa Bay at Detroit, 7:05 p.m.
JSndrs p 2 0 1 0 OMrtnz ss 3 0 1 0 21), 8 p.m.
Chella Choi
72-69 — 141
L.A. Angels at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.
Mora ph 1 0 0 0 Coghln cf 1 0 1 0 Sunday, June 12: Dallas Baptist vs. California,
Natalie Gulbis
72-69 — 141
Vasquz p 0 0 0 0 AnSnch p 2 0 1 0 10 p.m.
Ryann O’Toole
72-69 — 141
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Patersn p 0 0 0 0 MDunn p 0 0 0 0 Monday, June 13: Dallas Baptist vs. California, 4
Pornanong Phatlum
72-69 — 141
East Division
Shaw p
0 0 0 0 R.Webb p 0 0 0 0 or 7 p.m.
Kris Tamulis
71-70 — 141
W
L
Pct
GB
Choate p 0 0 0 0
Mina Harigae
70-71 — 141
Philadelphia
38
26 .594
—
Vazquz ph 0 0 0 0
M.J. Hur
70-71 — 141
1
Atlanta
35
28 .556
2 2⁄
Csins ph-lf 1 0 0 0
Jimin Kang
70-71 — 141
Florida
32
30 .516
5 Totals
35 4 9 4 Totals
34 6 13 6
Hee Kyung Seo
70-71 — 141
1
BELMONT ODDS
New York
31
32 .492
6 2⁄
Michele Redman
69-72 — 141
The
field
for
today’s
143rd
Belmont
Stakes
Washington
27
36 .429 1012⁄ Arizona
000 000 400 —
4
Jenna Pearson
68-73 — 141
Central Division
Florida
200 003 10x —
6 with post position, horse’s name, jockey’s
Christine Song
68-73 — 141
name and odds:
W
L
Pct
GB DP—Arizona 1, Florida 1. LOB—Arizona 4, Florida
Janice Moodie
74-68 — 142
1. Master of Hounds
Gomez
10-1 Silvia Cavalleri
St. Louis
38
27 .585
— 10. 2B—J.Saunders (1), Bonifacio 2 (8), Stanton
73-69 — 142
1
Castellano
20-1 Katie Futcher
Milwaukee
36
28 .563
1 2⁄ (14), Coghlan (20). 3B—R.Roberts (1), J.Upton (3). 2. Stay Thirsty
73-69 — 142
3. Ruler On Ice
Valdivia
Jr.20-1 Seon Hwa Lee
Cincinnati
33
31 .516
412⁄ HR—Montero (7), Nady (2), Morrison (8), Stanton
73-69 — 142
4. Santiva
Bridgmohan
15-1 Beatriz Recari
Pittsburgh
30
32 .484
612⁄ (15), J.Buck (7). S—Infante, Ani.Sanchez.
73-69 — 142
1
5.
Brilliant
Speed
Rosario
15-1
Chicago
25
37 .403 11 2⁄
IP H R ER BB SO
Taylor Leon
72-70 — 142
6. Nehro
Nakatani
4-1 Azahara Munoz
Houston
24
39 .381
13 Arizona
72-70 — 142
7.
Monzon
Lezcano
30-1
West Division
J.Saunders L,3-6
6 10 5 5 1
3
Sun Young Yoo
72-70 — 142
8.
Prime
Cut
Prado
15-1
W
L
Pct
GB Vasquez
1
2 1 1 1
1
Jin Young Pak
71-71 — 142
9.
Animal
Kingdom
Velazquez
2-1
San Francisco
35
28 .556
— Paterson
0
1 0 0 0
0
Lindsey Wright
71-71 — 142
10. Mucho Macho Man
Dominguez
10-1 Na Yeon Choi
70-72 — 142
11. Isn’t He Perfect
Maragh
30-1 Katherine Hull
70-72 — 142
12. Shackleford
Castanon
9-2 Vicky Hurst
70-72 — 142
Stacy Lewis
70-72 — 142
Trainers (by post position): 1, Aidan O’Brien. 2,
Stephanie Louden
70-72 — 142
Todd Pletcher. 3, Kelly Breen. 4, Eddie Kenneally.
Eun-Hee Ji
69-73 — 142
5, Tom Albertrani. 6, Steve Asmussen. 7, Ignacio
Hee Young Park
69-73 — 142
Correas. 8, Neil Howard. 9, Graham Motion. 10,
Grace Park
75-68 — 143
Kathy Ritvo. 11, Doodnauth Shivmangal. 12, Dale
Karrie Webb
74-69 — 143
Romans.
Amy Hung
72-71 — 143
Owners (by post position): 1, Mrs. John Magnier.
Jessica Korda
72-71 — 143
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
2, Repole Stable. 3, George and Lori Hall. 4, Tom
Jennifer Rosales
72-71 — 143
On a spring break visit to the
Walters. 5, Live Oak Plantation. 6, Zayat Stables
Diana D’Alessio
71-72 — 143
LLC. 7, Sagamore Farm. 8, Adam Donald. 9, Team
Keys, Katrina Reagan, right,
Christina Kim
71-72 — 143
Valor International. 10, Reeves Thoroughbred
Kristy McPherson
71-72 — 143
caught this snook, her first, on a
Racing and Dream Team. 11, Kharag Stables. 12,
Anna Grzebien
70-73 — 143
recent trip with Capt. Jack Walker
Michael Lauffer and W.D. Cubbedge.
1
2⁄ miles. Purse:
Weights:
126
pounds.
Distance:
1
of Reel Damage Charters. David
$1 million. First place: $600,000. Second place:
Jackson, left, assisted with the
$200,000. Third place: $110,000. Fourth place:
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
$60,000. Fifth place: $30,000.
landing.
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Post time: 6:35 p.m.
W L T Pts GF GA
New York
5 2 7 22 21 13
Philadelphia
6 3 3 21 15 10
Columbus
4 3 6 18 14 15
D.C.
4 4 4 16 16 20
PGA FEDEX ST. JUDE
If you have an outstanding catch or
Houston
3 5 6 15 17 17
Friday
New England
3 7 4 13 11 18
At TPC Southwind
fishing news to report:
Toronto FC
2 5 7 13 13 23
Memphis, Tenn.
• Fax: 305-295-8016
Chicago
1 4 8 11 15 19
Purse: $5.6 million
Sporting Kansas City 1 6 4 7 12 19
• Write: Daily Fishing Report, PO Box
Yardage: 7,239; Par: 70
(a-amateur)
1800 Key West, FL 33041
Robert Karlsson
66-65 — 131 WESTERN CONFERENCE
• Drop it off 24 hours a day at the
W L T Pts GF GA
Colt Knost
66-68 — 134
8 2 6 30 20 12
Keegan Bradley
67-67 — 134 Los Angeles
front of The Key West Citizen building
7 3 4 25 17 12
John Merrick
66-69 — 135 FC Dallas
• Email: [email protected]
5 4 6 21 16 13
Fredrik Jacobson
71-65 — 136 Seattle
6 3 2 20 13
6
Harrison Frazar
71-65 — 136 Real Salt Lake
4 3 7 19 16 14
George McNeill
70-67 — 137 Colorado
4 4 5 17 16 14
Brandt Snedeker
71-66 — 137 Chivas USA
5 5 2 17 15 18
Stephen Ames
69-68 — 137 Portland
4 4 4 16 16 14
Scott Stallings
69-68 — 137 San Jose
See the weather map, Page 2A
1 6 7 10 14 20
David Mathis
65-72 — 137 Vancouver
Fabian Gomez
67-70 — 137 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
Nick O’Hern
71-66 — 137
Troy Matteson
70-67 — 137 Wednesday’s Game
Kris Blanks
66-71 — 137 Columbus 2, Real Salt Lake 1
Shane Bertsch
71-67 — 138
Kent Jones
68-70 — 138 Thursday’s Game
Camilo Villegas
69-69 — 138 Sporting Kansas City 0, Chicago 0, tie
Carl Pettersson
69-69 — 138
Ryuji Imada
70-68 — 138 Friday’s Game
Tim Herron
73-65 — 138 New York 2, New England 1
Kevin Kisner
66-72 — 138
Blake Adams
72-67 — 139 Today’s Games
Jonathan Byrd
71-68 — 139 Real Salt Lake at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Pound Challenge, a voluntarystate record for dolphin. Contact
Lee Westwood
69-70 — 139 San Jose at D.C. United, 7:30 p.m.
entry competition, awards the
Dianne Harbaugh at 305-852Shaun Micheel
68-71 — 139 Chivas USA at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
first participant who reaches the
2102 or email [email protected]
Charles Howell III
72-67 — 139 Colorado at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
dock with a dolphin weighing 50
aol.com.
Retief Goosen
68-71 — 139 Toronto FC at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Ben Curtis
71-68 — 139 Vancouver at Seattle FC, 10:30 p.m.
pounds an additional cash prize.
Jimmy Walker
69-70 — 139
Participating anglers can enter
June 19-24: Gold Cup Tarpon
Cameron Tringale
71-68 — 139 Sunday’s Games
one qualifying fish on each of the
Tournament. Islamorada. This
David Hearn
69-70 — 139 Chicago at Columbus, 4 p.m.
tournament’s two fishing days.
prestigious tournament, whose
Boo Weekley
68-72 — 140 Sporting Kansas City at FC Dallas, 7 p.m.
Marco Dawson
68-72 — 140
Call John Stuempfig at 305-304founders include baseball great
Marc Turnesa
72-68 — 140 Wednesday, June 15
7674 or email [email protected]
and avid fly-fisherman Ted
Rich Beem
72-68 — 140 Toronto FC at New England, 8 p.m.
hotmail.com.
Williams, pits 25 fly-rod anglers
Cameron Percy
70-70 — 140
against the tenacious silver king
John Rollins
70-70 — 140 CONCACAF GOLD CUP
Paul Stankowski
71-69 — 140 FIRST ROUND
June 25-26: Dolphin &
for four straight days of fishing.
D.J. Brigman
72-68 — 140 Top two in each group and two best third-place
Blackfin Tuna Fun Fishing
Experienced tournament anglers
Andres Gonzales
75-65 — 140 teams advance to quarterfinals
Tournament. Marathon. Top prizes
and novices are welcome to
Aron Price
69-71 — 140 GROUP A
of $700, $350 and $200 await
compete. Tournament proceeds
Michael Putnam
71-69 — 140
GP W D L GF GA Pts
Greg Chalmers
72-69 — 141 Mexico
benefit children’s charities in the individual adult anglers who catch
2 2 0 0 10 0
6
Tom Pernice, Jr.
70-71 — 141 Costa Rica
2 1 1 0 6 1
4
Keys. Contact Charlotte Ambrogio the tournament’s three heaviest
Tag Ridings
68-73 — 141 El Salvador
2 0 1 1 1 6
1
dolphin, with additional cash
at 305-942-0428 or email csaChris Couch
71-70 — 141 Cuba
2 0 0 2 0 10 0
awards for the heaviest blackfin
[email protected]
Geoff Ogilvy
71-70 — 141
Jerry Kelly
72-69 — 141 Sunday, June 5, at Arlington, Texas
tuna and wahoo. Headquartered
D.J. Trahan
74-67 — 141 Costa Rica 5, Cuba 0
at Burdine’s Waterfront, the chalJune 24-26: Key West Gator
Will MacKenzie
71-70 — 141 Mexico 5, El Salvador 0
lenge is open to adult and junior
Club Dolphin Derby. Key West.
Brett Quigley
71-70 — 141 Thursday, June 9, at Charlotte, N.C.
anglers. Contact Brenda Duff at
More than $30,000 in cash,
Chad Campbell
72-69 — 141 Costa Rica 1, El Salvador 1
Kirk Triplett
73-68 — 141 Mexico 5, Cuba 0
305-743-5317 or email burprizes and trophies is up for
Scott Gutschewski
68-73 — 141 Sunday, June 12, at Chicago
[email protected]
grabs. The Edward Jones 50Sunghoon Kang
70-71 — 141 El Salvador vs. Cuba, 6 p.m.
Mike Small
72-69 — 141 Mexico vs. Costa Rica, 8 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
Kansas City 3, Toronto 2
Boston 8, N.Y. Yankees 3
Detroit 4, Seattle 1
Chicago White Sox 9, Oakland 4
Minnesota 5, Texas 4
HORSE RACING
SOCCER
All Aboard:
Weekly Tides:
Marine News:
Fishing tournaments coming up in the Keys
June 17-18: Island Grill Charity
Dolphin Tournament. Islamorada.
This family event benefits Baptist
Hospital’s Children’s Cancer
Center. Awards include a $5,000
grand prize for the best three dolphin caught and a Mercedes GLK
SUV for the angler that breaks the
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LPGA STATE FARM CLASSIC
ON THE WATER
No matter what the season,
there’s always something to fish
for in the waters surrounding the
Florida Keys and Key West. Every
month there’s a choice of targets,
tackle and tactics that makes
the Keys one of the world’s truly
unique saltwater sport-fishing
locations.
The diverse fishing opportunities are reflected in an abundance of tournaments. While
the calendar here lists select
tournament highlights, a comprehensive schedule of Keys angling
challenges can be found at www.
fla-keys.com/fishing.
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GOLF
GROUP B
GP W D L GF
Jamaica
2 2 0 0 6
Honduras
1 0 1 0 0
Guatemala
2 0 1 1 0
Grenada
1 0 0 1 0
Monday, June 6, at Carson, Calif.
Jamaica 4, Grenada 0
Honduras 0, Guatemala 0
Friday, June 10, at Miami
Jamaica 2, Guatemala 0
Grenada vs. Honduras, late
Monday, June 13, at Harrison, N.J.
Guatemala vs. Grenada, 7 p.m.
Honduras vs. Jamaica, 9 p.m.
GA Pts
0
6
0
1
2
1
4
0
GROUP C
GP W D L GF GA Pts
United States
1 1 0 0 2 0
3
Panama
1 1 0 0 3 2
3
Guadeloupe
1 0 0 1 2 3
0
Canada
1 0 0 1 0 2
0
Tuesday, June 7, at Detroit
Panama 3, Guadeloupe 2
United States 2, Canada 0
Tonight, at Tampa
Canada vs. Guadeloupe, 6 p.m.
United States vs. Panama, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, June 14, at Kansas City, Kan.
Canada vs. Panama, 7 p.m.
Guadeloupe vs. United States, 9 p.m.
QUARTERFINALS
Saturday, June 18
At East Rutherford, N.J.
Group A second place vs. Group B second place,
5 p.m. or 8 p.m.
Group A winner vs. Group B or C third place, 5
p.m. or 8 p.m.
Sunday, June 19
At Washington
Group B winner vs. Group C second place, 3 p.m.
or 6 p.m.
Group C winner vs. Group A or B third place, 3
p.m. or 6 p.m.
SEMIFINALS
Wednesday, June 22
At Houston
East Rutherford quarterfinal winners, 7 p.m. or
10 p.m.
Washington quarterfinal winners, 7 p.m. or 10 p.m.
CHAMPIONSHIP
Sunday, June 26
At Pasadena, Calif.
Semifinals winners, 9 p.m.
NHL PLAYOFFS
STANLEY CUP FINALS
(Best-of-7)
x-if necessary
Vancouver 3, Boston 2
Wednesday, June 1: Vancouver 1, Boston 0
Saturday, June 4: Vancouver 3, Boston 2, OT
Monday, June 6: Boston 8, Vancouver 1
Wednesday, June 8: Boston 4, Vancouver 0
Friday, June 10: Vancouver 1, Boston 0
Monday, June 13: Vancouver at Boston, 8 p.m.
x-Wednesday, June 15: Boston at Vancouver, 8 p.m.
CANUCKS 1, BRUINS 0
Boston
Vancouver
0
0
0
0
0
1
—
—
0
1
First Period—None. Penalties—Torres, Van (tripping),
1:39; H.Sedin, Van (interference), 6:54; Alberts,
Van (roughing), 14:13; Lucic, Bos (tripping),
19:27; Burrows, Van (unsportsmanlike conduct),
19:27.
Second Period—None. Penalties—Kesler, Van (goaltender interference), 4:18; McQuaid, Bos (holding),
7:22; Bergeron, Bos (holding), 15:56.
Third Period—1, Vancouver, Lapierre 2 (Bieksa,
Torres), 4:35. Penalties—Peverley, Bos (tripping),
12:09.
Shots on Goal—Boston 12-9-10—31. Vancouver
6-12-7—25.
Power-play opportunities—Boston 0 of 4;
Vancouver 0 of 3.
Goalies—Boston, Thomas 14-9-0 (25 shots-24
saves). Vancouver, Luongo 15-8-0 (31-31).
A—18,860 (18,810). T—2:33.
Referees—Stephen Walkom, Dan O’Rourke.
Linesmen—Pierre Racicot, Steve Miller.
TRANSACTIONS
FRIDAY’S
BASEBALL
COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE—Suspended Oakland
minor league RHP David Mota and Oakland minor
league SS Wilfrido Sosa 25 games for violations of
the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment
Program.
American League
BOSTON RED SOX—Recalled RHP Michael Bowden
from Pawtucket (IL). Optioned C Luis Exposito to
Pawtucket.
KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Selected the contract of
3B Mike Moustakas from Omaha (PCL). Optioned
INF Mike Aviles to Omaha. Designated RHP Kevin
Pucetas for assignment.
NEW YORK YANKEES—Selected the contract of RHP
Kevin Whelan from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL).
Optioned OF Chris Dickerson to Scranton/WilkesBarre. Transferred RHP Joba Chamberlain to the
60-day DL.
National League
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Called up RHP Bryan
Shaw from Reno (PCL). Optioned LHP Zach
Kroenke to Reno.
ATLANTA BRAVES—Placed OF Martin Prado on
the 15-day DL. Recalled INF Brandon Hicks from
Gwinnett (IL).
NEW YORK METS—Recalled OF Lucas Duda from
Buffalo (IL). Designated OF Nick Evans for assignment.
OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Selected the contract of RHP
Graham Godfrey from Sacramento (PCL). Optioned
LHP Bobby Cramer to Sacramento. Assigned 3B
Kevin Kouzmanoff outright to Sacramento.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Placed RHP Evan Meek on
the 15-day DL. Selected the contract of RHP Tim
Wood from Indianapolis (IL). Transferred C Chris
Snyder to the 60-day DL.
SAN DIEGO PADRES—Agreed to terms with INF
Cory Spangenberg,
WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Selected the contract
of RHP Ryan Mattheus from Syracuse (IL). Placed
RHP Cole Kimball on the 15-day DL.
Eastern League
READING PHILLIES—Assigned OF Tyson Gillies to
Clearwater (FSL).
American Association
EL PASO DIABLOS—Signed RHP Samuel Rivas.
FORT WORTH CATS—Traded OF Cameron Monger to
Brockton (Can-Am) for RHP Jimmer Kennedy.
Can-Am League
NEW JERSEY JACKALS—Signed INF Mike Demperio.
NEWARK BEARS—Signed RHP Chris Rollins.
PITTSFIELD COLONIALS—Signed OF Peter Fatse.
Frontier League
FLORENCE FREEDOM—Signed LHP Anthony Bello.
Activated RHP Alex Cann from the injured list.
Traded OF Felix Martinez to Lake Erie for future
considerations.
LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS—Released RHP Jeff Cinadr.
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
SAN ANTONIO SPURS—Announced the retirement
of strength and conditioning coach Mike Brungardt.
FOOTBALL
United Football League
HARTFORD COLONIALS—Signed TE Jeff Cottam.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Signed D Grant
Clitsome to a two-year contract.
MONTREAL CANADIENS—Re-signed LW Mathieu
Darche to a one-year contract extension.
SOCCER
Major League Soccer
NEW YORK RED BULLS—Named Chris Heck president of business operations.
VANCOUVER WHITECAPS—Waived M Kevin Harmse.
COLLEGE
AUBURN—Signed football coach Gene Chizik to a
contract through the 2015 season.
DELAWARE—Named Victoria Stefansen women’s
assistant golf coach.
LSU—Named Alan Dunn pitching coach.
3B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
SPORTS
MLB
COLLEGE SPORTS
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
GOLD CUP SOCCER
HONORS
Cardinals’ La Russa
manages 5,000th game
Pearl, Kiffin to
answer to charges
Stewart out as West
Virginia head coach
Muffet McGraw leads
2011 Hall of Fame
MILWAUKEE — Tony La
Russa managed his 5,000th
game when the St. Louis
Cardinals started a three-game
series on Friday night.
La Russa came into the game
with a career mark of 2,6762,319-4 with the White Sox,
Athletics and Cardinals.
The 66-year-old La Russa has
won the AL Manager of the
Year award three times and the
NL award once over a 33-year
career that also includes World
Series titles with Oakland in
1989 and St. Louis in 2006.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. —
Outgoing athletics director
Mike Hamilton, former basketball coach Bruce Pearl
and former football coach
Lane Kiffin are part of a
Tennessee contingent that
will meet with NCAA officials this weekend.
The group will meet with
the NCAA’s Committee
on Infractions today in
Indianapolis to defend
themselves and the university against 12 charges of
major violations.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.
— Media reports say that
Bill Stewart is out at West
Virginia and coach-in-waiting Dana Holgorsen will
take over.
The Charleston Daily Mail
and The Charleston Gazette
say Stewart is out and ESPN
is reporting Holgorsen will
be promoted immediately.
WVU athletic director
Oliver Luck and Stewart’s
new attorney, Michael
Benninger, didn’t return
phone messages.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — After
Notre Dame coach Muffet
McGraw learned last July
that she would be a part of
the Women’s Basketball Hall
of Fame 2011 class of inductees, she led the Fighting Irish
to the NCAA championship
game.
Other inductees include Val
Ackerman, the first president of
the WNBA; Olympians Ruthie
Bolton and Vicky Bullett;
four-time All-American Pearl
Moore and former player
Lometa Odom.
J PAT CARTER/The Associated Press
Guatemala’s goalkeeper Ricardo Jerez, right, and Jamaica’s Dane
Richards battle for the ball in the first half of a CONCACAF Gold
Cup match on Friday in Miami. Jamaica won, 2-0.
COLLEGE BASBEALL: SUPER REGIONAL ROUNDUP
Florida win series opener
over Mississippi State
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
GAINESVILLE — Hudson Randall
allowed one run over eight sharp
innings, and Florida belted three
home runs in an 11-1 rout of
Mississippi State on Friday in the
opener of their best-of-three NCAA
Super Regional series.
Randall (10-3) scattered six hits
and struck out a season-high eight.
Mississippi State (37-24) scored its
lone run in the sixth on Jarrod Parks’
RBI groundout.
Nolan Fontana, Mike Zunino and
Daniel Pigott each homered for
Florida (49-16). Fontana hit a tworun shot in the second, Zunino led
off the third with a solo homer — his
team-leading seventh of the season
— and Pigott added a solo shot in
the seventh inning.
Mississippi State starter Evan
Mitchell (6-2) lasted just two innings
and took the loss.
NORTH CAROLINA 5, STANFORD 2
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Patrick Johnson
pitched into the eighth inning and Seth
Baldwin hit a two-run homer in the seventh
inning Friday to help North Carolina beat
Stanford 5-2 in the NCAA super regionals.
Johnson allowed five hits while striking
out seven in 723⁄ innings for the Tar Heels
(49-14), who spent much of the opener of
the best-of-3 series protecting a one-run
lead. Ben Bunting gave North Carolina that
1-0 margin with an RBI single in the second, then watched as Johnson frustrated
Cardinal batters until Baldwin’s blast finally
gave the Tar Heels some breathing room.
Stanford (35-21) got a two-run infield
PHIL SANDLIN/The Associated Press
hit from Brian Ragira to close to within one,
Florida’s Cody Dent, right, slides across
but the Tar Heels answered with two more
runs to stay in control.
the plate to score as Mississippi
ARIZONA STATE 3, TEXAS 1
AUSTIN, Texas — Arizona State’s Brady
Rogers pitched into the seventh inning and
Texas committed two errors in the third to
help the Sun Devils to a 3-1 victory over
the Longhorns in the opener of an NCAA
super regional series on Friday night.
After Arizona State took a 2-0 lead on
the miscues, the Longhorns (47-17) almost
answered back immediately in the bottom
half of the third. After a single to center
field by Brandon Loy brought leadoff hitter
Tant Shepherd home and put Texas on the
board, Arizona State’s defense responded
with a double play to end the inning.
The Sun Devils (43-16) added another
State catcher Wes Thigpen waits for
the ball in Game 1 of their Super
Regionals three-game series on Friday
in Gainesville. Florida won, 11-1.
run in the eighth when Joey DeMichele hit
an RBI single to left field. It was DeMichele’s
eleventh RBI in the past four games.
Rodgers (9-4), who allowed eight
hits, pitched 6 2-3 innings and Mitchell
Lambson got the save.
Texas ace Taylor Jungmann (13-2), who
had the nation’s longest winning streak at
15-0 and who until last weekend hadn’t
been beaten at home, allowed three hits
and three runs.
VANDERBILT 11, OREGON STATE 1
GERRY BROOME/The Associated Press
North Carolina first baseman Jesse Wierzbicki waits for the pickoff throw as
Stanford’s Tyler Gaffney dives safely into first base during the sixth inning of
Game 1 of their Super Regional series on Friday in Chapel Hill, N.C. North
Carolina won, 5-2.
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anything like that. It’s just kind of
different because of the fact we
would have been seeing them every
single day and now it’s kind of the
first time in a couple of months
since the whole fiasco of lockout,
un-lockout, back to lockout type
of deal.”
Quarterback Chad Henne agreed.
“I’ve seen all the (players) pretty
much that are here, but the good
Heat
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Terry said. “We want to play
like there’s no tomorrow. If we
do that, I have no doubt in my
mind we can be successful. We
must come out aggressively.”
Wrapping it up on Miami’s
floor would be the sweetest
revenge for Nowitzki and Terry,
who launched the Mavs’ final
shot that Wade rebounded
and fired in the air as the clock
expired on Miami’s Game 6 victory in Dallas in the 2006 finals.
That remained the Heat’s
biggest moment until last July,
when James and Chris Bosh
agreed to join Wade in Miami.
The Heat threw a victory bash,
with their three superstars posing and dancing on stage while
drawing some ridicule around
the league.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Mike Yastrzemski
homered and drove in four runs and
Vanderbilt beat Oregon State 11-1 Friday
night in the opener of a best-of-three NCAA
super regional series.
Yastrzemski, the grandson of former
Boston Red Sox star Carl Yastrzemski, was
2 for 4 and his three-run home run in the
fourth gave Vanderbilt (51-10) an eightrun lead. Jason Esposito added a two-run
home run and drove in three runs.
The Commodores scored 10 of their runs
with two outs.
Vandy ace Sonny Gray (12-3), allowed
one run on four hits in 623⁄ innings four days
after he was drafted 18th overall by the
Oakland Athletics.
Jake Rodriguez had three hits and drove
in the only run for Oregon State (41-18).
Beavers starter Sam Gaviglio (12-3)
gave up 10 earned runs on 10 hits in 513⁄
innings.
thing is we get to see the coaches a
little bit,” Henne said. “Even though
you only get to say, ’Hey, hello, how
you doing?’ It’s good to see them
and hopefully we can get back in the
facility soon.”
For head coach Tony Sparano,
the weekend represents not only
an opportunity to socialize with his
players, but also to get fans excited
about his team again.
“The most important thing to come
out of this thing is that people get a
good buzz about the Miami Dolphins
and about football again,” Sparano
There’s no dancing now,
especially not with Wade’s sore
left hip.
He said he’ll be fine in time
for Sunday, and the Heat get a
break with the extra day between
Games 5 and 6 after the finals
started earlier than normal following two short conference
finals. Under the usual format,
there is only one day off when
the finals switch cities.
James’ reputation has
absorbed its own wound. He
rebounded from his eightpoint Game 4 flop by delivering a triple-double in Game
5. But it came with only two
points in the fourth quarter.
He has totaled just 11 points
in that period, a major reason
the Mavericks have pulled out
three games in one of the tightest finals ever.
“We’ve just got to push
through it. At this point we have
GOLF: ROUNDUP
Karlsson grabs 3-stroke
lead with 65 in Memphis
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Robert Karlsson
shot a 5-under 65 on Friday to take
a three-stroke lead after the second
round of the St. Jude Classic.
Karlsson started a stroke behind firstround leader David Mathis and carded six birdies and a bogey to reach 9
under. The Swede, who lost here a year
ago in a playoff with Lee Westwood,
has played his first six career rounds at
TPC Southwind under par with this his
lowest score yet.
Colt Knost (68) and Keegan Bradley
(67) were tied for second. Bradley, the
Byron Nelson Championship winner
two weeks ago, is among a few who can
earn a spot last week in the U.S. Open
at Congressional by winning his second
tour event since the last Open.
John Merrick (69) was 5 under, and
Fredrik Jacobson (65) and Harrison
Frazar (65) were another stroke back.
Brandt Snedeker, The Heritage winner
in April, shot a 66 to top the group at 3
under that included Mathis (72).
LPGA STATE FARM CLASSIC
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Mindy Kim maintained
her two-stroke lead in the LPGA State Farm
Classic, following her opening career-low 64
with a 5-under 67 to reach 13 under.
Kim had seven birdies — four in a row on
Nos. 12-15 — and two bogeys in the Panther
Creek course.
Top-ranked Yani Tseng (66) and Shanshan
Feng (65) were tied for second.
Jiyai Shin aced the par-3 second hole en
route to a 68 to reach 10 under.
Amanda Blumenhurst (67) was 9 under, and
Brittany Lincicome, coming off a victory Sunday
in New Jersey, had a 69 to join Paula Creamer
(68) and Jennifer Johnson (67) at 8 under.
Defending champion Cristie Kerr (67)
topped a large group at 7 under. Michelle Wie
was eight strokes back at 5 under, following
an opening 72 with a 67.
GREATER HICKORY CLASSIC
CONOVER, N.C. — Bob Tway birdied the
said. “I know that right now out there
people are unsure, but eventually it’s
going to happen, we’re going to get
back out there on the field. This thing
is going to get going and we’re going
our players back in our building and
the Miami Dolphins are going to get
back in that stadium again against
the New England Patriots” for their
Sept. 12 opener.
Henne and former Michigan teammate Jake Long have been running
Dolphins workouts during the lockout.
It’s an experience that has helped
no choice, honestly,” James
said. “We’ve got two games left,
and we worked hard all year
to get home-court advantage.
So we have to take advantage
of it.”
The winner of Game 5 has
gone on to win the title 19
of the previous 26 times the
finals were tied 2-2, but the
Heat will try to become the second consecutive team to overcome those odds. The Lakers
returned to Los Angeles down
3-2 last year and took the last
two from the Boston Celtics.
The Heat’s chances depend
on being able to regain control
of a Dallas offense that was at
its frightening best in Game
5. After averaging just 87.8
points through four games, the
Mavericks shot 56.5 percent
from the field and hit 13 of 19
3-pointers (68 percent) in their
112-103 victory.
Henne take on more of a leadership
role.
“To me, I guess it’s a lot of fun,”
Henne said. “Coming from Michigan,
I was kind of that guy, the leader.
Now it’s kind of stepping into that
role again and for me it’s just a new
experience and a lot of fun for me to
be around the guys and push them
around and have fun with it.”
The lockout has been especially
difficult for linebacker A.J. Edds, who
missed his entire rookie season after
tearing an ACL in training camp.
Fields said the lockout has given him
Another performance like
that and veterans that fill
up their roster could finally
become champions.
“Look, we’re trying to execute our game plan and see if
we have the most points come
Sunday,” 38-year-old point
guard Jason Kidd said. “We’re
not looking to knock no one
out. We’re here to play team
basketball and continue to do
what we’ve been doing the last
two games.”
Still, these finals are turning into what James isn’t doing,
much more than what the Mavs
are doing. Even the two-time
MVP’s triple-double felt hollow,
because it was accompanied by
two missed shots and a turnover on an offensive foul after
the Mavs tied it at 100 with 3:23
remaining.
And the Heat can’t even count
on his defense against Terry
JEFF ROBERSON/The Associated Press
David Mathis chips to the sixth green
during the second round of the St. Jude
Classic on Friday in Memphis, Tenn.
18th hole for a 9-under 63 and a one-stroke
lead after the first round of the Champions
Tour’s Greater Hickory Classic.
On a hot day when Mike Goodes fired a 28
on the front nine, Tway had a stretch of four
straight birdies to start the back nine on the
Rock Barn layout made tame by soft greens,
hard fairways and little wind.
Tway, winless on the Champions Tour, made
just one bogey. Goodes, who had six straight
birdies to shoot the lowest front-nine score
this season on the 50-and-over tour, was a
shot back along with Tommy Armour III, Joe
Ozaki and Mark Wiebe. Mark Calcavecchia,
Mark O’Meara and David Eger opened with
65s.
ITALIAN OPEN
FIANO, Italy — England’s Robert Rock shot
a 4-under 68 to take a one-stroke lead over
countryman Chris Wood and Dutchman Joost
Luiten after the second round of the Italian
Open.
Rock had a 12-under 132 total. Wood
shot a 69, and Luiten had a 67. Italian stars
Matteo Manassero (68) and Francesco
Molinari (68) topped a group at 10 under.
more time to spend with his wife,
who is a student in Daytona.
While this weekend is a good
chance to catch up, players and
coaches are hoping a resolution to
the labor impasse comes quickly and
brings them back together for good.
“I definitely think there’s going
to be progress made,” Henne said.
“Staying out of court is probably the
best issue right now because it seems
like every time we go to court we
get another appeal. Hopefully, these
meetings that are happening will
help us out and get us back earlier.”
anymore. He shut out the Mavs’
spark plug off the bench in the
fourth quarters of Games 1 and
3. But the Mavs have done a
better job of freeing their sixth
man, who has helped himself
by putting the ball on the floor
and attacking more.
“That’s the ‘Jet’ we need,”
Nowitzki said. “We need him
to attack and get in the lane. It
opens up a lot of stuff for everybody else out there.”
The Heat overwhelmed topseeded Chicago in the last
round by dominating the fourth
quarters, with James containing league MVP Derrick Rose.
But the Bulls — and most other
teams — lacked the shooting
touch of these Mavericks, who
can spread the floor and get
the Heat’s defenders out of
position. And after struggling
through most of the first four
games, J.J. Barea began hurting
the Heat with his penetration
in Game 5.
“They stretch the floor at
the majority of the positions,
and Nowitzki requires at least
attention of one-and-a-half
and oftentimes two guys and
create some kind of trigger,”
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
“Barea was able to get in the
paint, make some plays, break
us down, and Terry was able to
do that as well.
“Our defense has been proven. Our defense has been successful against all kinds of different offenses. It is not easy
against this team, but we are
capable, very capable when
we’re on top of it.”
A Heat victory Sunday would
set up a Game 7 on Tuesday
night. Miami hasn’t lost three
consecutive games since a fivegame skid in late February and
early March.
4B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
SPORTS
LAW & ORDER
Brandon Marshall’s
wife back in jail
FORT LAUDERDALE
—
Miami
Dolphins
wide receiver Brandon
Marshall’s wife has been
arrested again after previously being charged with
stabbing him in the abdomen.
The Broward Sheriff’s
Office reports that deputies
responded to a 911 hangup at the couple’s home
Friday morning. Despite
a protection order requiring her to stay at least 500
feet from the home, 27-
year-old Michi NogamiMarshall told deputies she
had been living there while
Marshall was out of town.
When Marshall returned,
an argument occurred, followed by the 911 call.
Deputies
charged
Nogami-Marshall with
violating her pre-trial
release. She remained in
jail Friday evening. Online
court records didn’t list her
attorney.
Nogami-Marshall was
charged in April with aggravated battery with a deadly
weapon after Marshall was
stabbed with a kitchen
knife. He has since recovered.
Bocce playoffs start today
NBA
JANE TYSKA/The Associated Press
New Golden State Warriors’ coach Mark Jackson, right, shares
a laugh with team owner Joe Lacob, left, during a news conference on Friday in San Francisco, Calif.
KEY WEST — The Southernmost
Bocce League will hold its championship playoff tournament beginning today at Charles “Sonny”
McCoy Indigenous Park in Key
West.
The tournament will run through
Sunday, with the championship
scheduled for 6 p.m., Sunday night.
“The top five teams from each
night division will compete in a
single elimination tournament for
the title of City Champion,” said
League President Neil Mellies. “And
last season’s tournament with the
Big Pine Key League was so successful, we have invited them back. Our
sixth place teams will be competing
in a separate tournament against
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four Big Pine all-star teams starting
at 11 a.m.”
The playoffs will begin at noon
today with Charlie’s Place playing
Margaritaville, Long Hair Don’t Care
goes up against RGC Insurance,
Keys Power Systems will play Fullers
Insurance and Shanna Key will face
Hell’s Rangers.
The next round begins at 3 p.m.,
when Hogfish plays Bottle Cap, A
Plus Strokers take on Double D’s,
Pallina Posse will face Don’s Place
and Rusty Anchor will play Schooner
Wharf. Then, at 6 p.m., the No. 1
seeds from each night, Cowboy
Bill’s, Clean Sweep, The Pit Crew and
Conch Town Bubbas, will play the
winners of the noon matches.
The action will continues on
Sunday, beginning at noon.
TENNIS
1 4 3 R D B E L M O N T S TA K E S
Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom has been made the 2-1 favorite in a field of 12 for the Belmont Stakes.
Master of
Hounds
Stay
Thirsty
Ruler
On Ice
Santiva
Brilliant
Speed
Nehro
Monzon
Prime Cut
A. O’Brien
G. Gomez
10-1
8-1-3-1
T. Pletcher
J. Castellano
20-1
7-2-2-0
K. Breen
J. Valdivia Jr.
20-1
6-2-2-1
E. Kenneally
S. Bridgmohan
15-1
7-1-3-1
T. Albertrani
J. Rosario
15-1
9-2-2-2
S. Asmussen
C. Nakatani
4-1
6-1-3-0
I. Correas
J. Lezcano
30-1
8-3-0-1
N. Howard
E. Prado
15-1
7-2-2-2
Animal
Kingdon
G. Motion
J. Velazquez
2-1
6-3-3-0
Horse • Trainer • Jockey
Odds • Career record
Mucho Macho
Man
Isn’t He
Perfect
Shackleford
K. Ritvo
R. Dominguez
10-1
10-2-3-3
D. Shivmangal
R. Maragh
30-1
13-2-0-1
D. Romans
J. Castanon
9-2
7-3-1-0
SOURCE: New York Racing Association
AP
BEST FOR LAST
Belmont Stakes may be true
‘Test of the Champion’
The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Even without a Triple Crown on the
line, the 143rd Belmont Stakes
may indeed be the “Test of the
Champion.”
The final leg of the Triple
Crown features not only
the rubber match between
Kentucky Derby winner Animal
Kingdom and Preakness winner Shackleford today, but the
top seven finishers from the
Derby for the first time as well.
MARK LENNIHAN/The Associated Press
Animal Kingdom, with exercise
rider David Nava up, returns
to the barn after a workout on
Friday at Belmont Park in Elmont,
N.Y. Animal Kingdom, winner of
the Kentucky Derby, is the favorite at today’s Belmont Stakes.
“Why did everyone pick this
year to come back?” wondered
a smiling Graham Motion, who
trains Animal Kingdom.
After watching his Derby winner gallop around the 11⁄2-mile
main track at Belmont Park
on Friday morning, Motion
declared his colt in “great form”
and up to the challenge of taking on a slew of rivals for the
third time in five weeks.
“To have seven horses
come back from the Derby,
and to have the winner of the
Preakness and Derby, what
more can you want?” Motion
said. “Everyone wants to see a
Triple Crown winner, but ultimately this is the test of champions and I think this really is
going to be that test.”
Animal Kingdom is the 2-1
favorite in a field of 12 3-yearolds as he attempts to become
the 12th horse to complete a
Derby-Belmont double. The
last to succeed was Thunder
Gulch in 1995.
Derby runner-up Nehro is
the second choice at 4-1, with
Shackleford next at 9-2 as he tries
to become the 19th horse to take
the Preakness and Belmont.
Ahmed Zayat, who owns
Nehro, can’t wait to see what
happens. Of course, he’s hoping his colt will shed his bridesmaid reputation after secondplace finishes in the Louisiana,
Arkansas and Kentucky derbies.
“This race will be something
MARK LENNIHAN/The Associated Press
Exercise rider Faustino Aguilar takes Shackleford for a gallop on
Thursday at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. Shackleford, winner of the
Preakness, is entered in today’s Belmont Stakes.
special,” he said. “It’s another
Derby at the test of champions.”
The matchup of a Derby winner against a Preakness winner
in the 11⁄2-mile Belmont doesn’t
occur often. This will be the 22nd
time it’s happens, and first since
2005, when Preakness winner
Afleet Alex defeated Derby winner Giacomo. Preakness winners have won 10 times, Derby
winners five times.
Short of a Triple Crown bid,
“this is going to be one of the
most exciting Belmonts I can
remember,”
Shackleford’s
trainer Dale Romans said.
The New York Racing
Association is hoping for a
crowd of 60,000, far less than
the record 120,139 that showed
up for Smarty Jones’ Triple
Crown try in 2004. Weather
could be a factor with forecasts
calling for a 60 percent chance
of rain, with thunderstorms
possible by late afternoon, and
temperatures in the high 60s.
Motion and Romans have
said a wet track shouldn’t be a
problem for their horses, while
long shot Ruler On Ice has won
over a sloppy dirt track before.
Post time for the race on NBC
is 6:35 p.m.
With one long lap around
the only 11⁄2-mile track in North
America, the Belmont has been
full of surprises. Since Thunder
Gulch won as the favorite in
’95, only two others have done
the same — Point Given in 2001
and Afleet Alex in ’05. Long
shots have been coming home
first on a regular basis. Last
year it was 13-1 Drosselmeyer,
two years ago Summer Bird at
11-1, and three years ago Da’
Tara at 38-1. Birdstone spoiled
Smarty Jones’ bid for immortality at odds of 36-1 and Sarava
ended War Emblem’s Triple try
in 2002 as a 70-1 shot.
How this Belmont unfolds
is anybody’s guess. One thing
for certain is Shackleford will
shoot for the lead from the outside No. 12 post under Jesus
Castanon. The long, lanky colt
led into the stretch at the Derby
but couldn’t hold off the closers
and finished fourth. Then in
the Preakness, he quickened
the pace and held off Animal
Kingdom to win by a half
length.
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
LA stadium planner: talks held with 5 teams
BY JACOB ADELMAN
The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — The head of the sports
and entertainment firm that wants to build
an NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles
has been in talks with officials from five
teams about the proposed venue, a company official said Friday.
Anschutz
Entertainment
Group
President and CEO Tim Leiweke has
spoken with representatives from the
Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers,
Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams and
Jacksonville Jaguars, company spokesman
Michael Roth told The Associated Press.
Leiweke said all those teams are “in the
mix,” but conceded, “We’re not packing
any (moving) vans right now,” according
to the Orange County Register, which was
first to report on the talks.
The most recent discussion took place a
week ago, said Leiweke, who didn’t specify
which team was involved.
Leiweke also told the Register that AEG
owner Philip Anschutz was prepared to
acquire a majority stake in an NFL team
that would play at the proposed venue and
that the company was willing to pay for a
team to get out of its current lease.
AEG’s $1 billion plan for a 72,000-seat
stadium on part of the city’s convention
center campus is one of two competing
proposals that aim to bring pro football
back to Los Angeles 15 years after the
Rams and Raiders left the nation’s second-largest market within months of one
another.
Warehouse magnate Ed Roski has permits in place to build a separate 75,000seat stadium about 15 miles east of Los
Angeles, in the city of Industry, but has
also not secured a team.
Chargers spokesman Mark Fabiani told
the AP that the team is in frequent contact
with Leiweke concerning unrelated business, but that a move to Los Angeles has
not been discussed.
He stressed that Chargers owner Alex
Spanos and his family were not interested
in relinquishing a majority stake of the
team.
The family recently terminated an
agreement with Goldman Sachs Group
Inc. to shop around a stake in the team
they considered selling to reduce the 87year-old Spanos’ estate tax liability upon
his death, Fabiani said.
“So if AEG is seeking a majority stake in
a team, it would probably be best for AEG
to cross the Chargers off its wish list,” he
said.
Raiders CEO Amy Trask said in a statement through spokesman John Herrera
that the franchise would remain with the
family of owner Al Davis.
“The team is not for sale,” Trask said.
Herrera had no comment on whether
a move would be contemplated if Davis
retained ownership.
Vikings spokesman Lester Bagley
acknowledged that the franchise had
been approached by AEG and Roski’s
group about the possibility of becoming
a Southern California team, but said the
franchise had no immediate interest in a
move.
He said the Vikings hoped state legislators would approve funding to subsidize a
new stadium in the Twin Cities when they
convene a special session to hash out a
budget resolution.
“We believe we’re in a position to resolve
our stadium issue in Minnesota this year,”
he said.
Messages left with the Rams and Jaguars
were not returned.
NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy
declined to comment on whether the
league was aware of team discussions with
AEG.
“Teams are permitted to talk to third
parties,” McCarthy said in a statement.
Nadal upset by
Tsonga; Roddick,
Murray advance
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LONDON — Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga defeated an exhausted
Rafael Nadal, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-1,
Friday in the quarterfinals at
Queen’s Club.
Tsonga had 25 aces and kept
the French Open champion
off balance with his powerful
baseline game and inspired
net play.
Andy Roddick eased past
Fernando Verdasco, 6-2, 6-2,
while second-seeded Andy
Murray received a walkover
into the semifinals when
Marin Cilic of Croatia withdrew with an ankle injury.
In a delayed third-round
match, defending champion
Sam Querrey was upset by
217th-ranked James Ward of
Britain, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Nadal and Tsonga played
just two points before rain
interrupted the match. With
the court covered, Nadal
remained on his chair for
several minutes to sign autographs before returning to the
locker room.
The Spaniard fought off a
break point in the sixth game
of the first set, failed to convert three break points at 5-5
but claimed the last five points
of the tiebreaker.
After an exchange of breaks
to start the second, Tsonga
broke again to lead 5-4 and
served out the set.
In the third, Nadal missed
a critical forehand volley at
the net on game point and
the fifth-seeded Frenchman
went on to break for 1-0. An
inspired Tsonga dominated
the rest of the match.
Roddick broke to a lead 2-1
and earned anther break in the
fifth game with a forehand pass.
The American dominate
the Spaniard in the second
set, breaking again for 2-1
and holding for 3-1 before
rain interrupted play. After
a 1 hour, 45 minute delay,
Roddick immediately broke
again by forcing Verdasco to
net a backhand volley.
Roddick failed to take advantage of two match points on
Verdasco’s serve. But he ended
the contest in the next game
with a second-serve ace on his
fourth match point.
“My first rain delay of the
year is out of the way,” Roddick
said.
Querrey’s defeat came after
his third-round match was
suspended overnight at oneset all. When play resumed,
Ward earned the only break
of the third set to lead 4-3. He
fought off a break point as he
served out the match.
“It’s been unbelievable, last
two matches,” said Ward, who
also defeated fourth-seeded
Stanislas Wawrinka. “Best two
wins of my career so far.”
Wozniacki cruises into
semis in Copenhagen
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Topranked Caroline Wozniacki eased into
the semifinals of the Sony Ericsson
Open on Friday with a 6-0, 6-1 victory over Italian Alberta Brianti.
The 20-year-old Dane took just
55 minutes to see off the eighthseeded Brianti in front of a sellout
crowd at Farum Arena.
Wozniacki will meet qualifier
Mona Barthel in today’s semifinal
after the 142nd-ranked German
recovered from a set down to beat
American Bethanie Mattek-Sands,
1-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Fourth-seeded Lucie Safarova
of the Czech Republic also edged
through to the semifinals with a 4-6,
6-0, 7-6 (5) win over Shuai Zhang
of China. She’ll face 112th-ranked
Petra Martic of Croatia.
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will get you in trouble, which
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-- Of course you need to be fair
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fragile, especially when it comes expected of you and then some.
to the management of your Treating your many responsibiliresources.
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Count to 12
and deduct from 13
By Phillip Alder
Albert Einstein said, “The
grand aim of all science is
to cover the greatest number
of empirical facts by logical
deduction from the smallest
number of hypotheses or axioms.”
In bridge you might be
using deduction to subtract
one number from another, or
you might be using deduction to work out who has
a particular card. In today’s
deal, one deduction leads to
another deduction. What are
they?
You are East, defending
against three no-trump. West
leads the heart three. How
would you plan the defense?
South’s sequence, one diamond followed by two clubs,
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Apply in person at The
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promised at least five diamonds and four clubs. North’s
raise to three clubs was gameinvitational, promising at least
four clubs.
It looks so obvious to
win with your heart ace and
return the two, your original
fourth-highest. Unfortunately,
though, declarer wins with
his king and takes nine more
tricks in the minors. What
deduction did you overlook?
What is South’s hand-distribution? Assuming South’s
bidding and West’s lead are
honest, South must have
started with five diamonds,
four clubs, three hearts and,
therefore, only one spade.
This deduction should lead
you to the winning defense:
Take your heart ace and cash
the spade ace.Your side immediately collects one heart and
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four spades for down one.
(If West started with K-Q-x
of spades, hope he thinks to
unblock the king. You can
also deduce that South cannot
be 2-3-4-4, because he would
have opened one no-trump or
rebid in no-trump.)
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28500 Overseas Highway,
Highway Little Torch Key
JOURNEYMAN
ELECTRICIANS
Needed for commercial
construction project.
Base pay commensurate
with experience. Please
email resume and
qualifications to
[email protected]
LANDSCAPE CREW
SUPERVISOR
for local residential landscape maintenance co.
Previous exp. and valid
drivers lic. required. Pay
based on exp. & performance. Bilingual a plus!
305-393-6695 or 305304-8029.
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MAN’S GOOD BUDDY OBJECTS TO ROMANCE
WITH HIS SISTER
DEAR ABBY: “Kyle” and I have
been good buddies for 10 years. The
problem is I’m crazy about his younger
sister. She and I have been talking over
the last few months. Kyle knew we
were talking in the beginning, and he
told her to stay away from his
friends. I think I understand his
reasons, and I tried to talk to
him on my own.
Kyle said he doesn’t want
to deal with me calling him
eventually about problems that
may arise between me and his
sister.
Now when I hang out with
her we have to be secretive. I
would like to be open about
being with this awesome girl. Can
you please help me? -- JOHN IN
PENNSYLVANIA
DEAR JOHN: Kyle’s reason for not
wanting his sister to involve herself
with any of his friends is a selfish
one. He is not his sister’s keeper. Her
parents are. If you like her, find out
from them if it’s OK to hang out with
her. But stop sneaking around because
it’s childish and reflects badly on both
of you. And if there are any problems,
refrain from taking them to Kyle.
DEAR ABBY: I grew up disliking a
lot of things about my mother, but the
main thing was how she treated my
father. I still don’t like it.
Now I realize I have started treating
my husband the same way sometimes.
He says it doesn’t bother him and
everything is fine in our marriage,
but I lie awake at night worried about
how I’m treating him. Situations come
up, and before I can stop myself, I
say something I wish I hadn’t. One of
my husband’s friends noticed it and
mentioned it.
I married a wonderful man, and
I don’t want to put him through what
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LOWER KEYS
LOOKING FOR
a hardworking, self-motivated Dockmate. 7 days
a week for high volume
Charter company. Must
be willing to work hard.
POSITION FILLED
F/T Groundskeeper &
Light Maintenance.
Schedule Varies.
Apply in person at 219
Simonton Street.
ISLAND HOME CARE
is now providing
high-quality, compassionate care right at home in
the Lower Keys. Our
team members enjoy
what they do, knowing
that they are making a
difference every day.
Join us here for great career opportunities, a special way to work, and the
chance to be the kind of
professional you want to
be. We are currently interviewing for the following positions: Community
Educator/Marketing and
Nursing Supervisor. Must
have home health exp.
Fax resume to
305-453-6186 or email to
PIER HOUSE RESORT
*F/T Bartender
*F/T AM Host
Current, strong, stable,
verifiable exp. required
and must be able to work
a flexible schedule.
Excellent package, meal
& parking available.
EOE, M/F/D/V.
Drug Free Workplace
Apply:
H/R Dept. One Duval St.
M-F, 10am to 4pm.
POSITIONS FILLED
MORTGAGE
COLLATERAL
ADMINISTRATOR
Receptionist Needed
F/T for busy Key West
dental office. Must be
good with computers and
have excellent customer
service skills. Fax resume to (305)296-1719.
MARC Inc.
F/T & P/T In Home
Support Trainers.
Some requirements:
Assist the disabled,
Min. age 18, HS Diploma/GED & 1yr related
exp. &/ or schooling,
bkground clearance,
English, valid FL. DL
w/clean record. Fax,
305-292-0078, Visit 1401
Seminary St., 10-2pm,
Marchouse.org. EOE
MECHANICS
Tired of working flat-rate?
Looking for secure income with benefits? We
are looking for full-time
ASE certified technicians.
Shift will include weekends. Pay commensurate with certifications
and experience. Clean
driving record is a must.
Full
benefit
package
available for all FT positions, including 401(k),
Med, Den, Life, and 2
wks vacation. Apply in
person at 122 Simonton
St.
or fax resume to
292-8939 or email us at:
[email protected]
EOE & Drug Free
Workplace.
Medical Billing
Trainees Needed!
Hospitals, Doctors &
Insurance hiring now!
No experience Needed!
Local training & Job
Placement available
HS Diploma or GED
to qualify for Program
1-888-778045600072717
P/T FRONT DESK
PERSON
Needed for busy Old
Town Guest House. Previous experience necessary. Willing to work
morning, evenings, &
weekend shift. Experience with rezovation a
plus . Apply
[email protected]
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
at
WESTIN KEY WEST,
SUNSET KEY,
WEATHER STATION
AND BANANA BAY
Westin
*Banquet Server
*Night Audit
*Shipping & Receiving
*Front Desk Agent
*Boutique Associate
Sunset Key
*Boat Captain Part-time
*Restaurant Host
*Massage Therapist
*Our Therapists average
30 hourss/week
year-round
*Nail Tech Part-time
*Spa Receptionist
Part-time
*Boutique Associate
+ Previous applicants
need not apply again.
+ Application hours are
from 9am to 3:30pm.
+Can also apply on-line
to:
[email protected]
Drug Free Work Place An Equal Opportunity
Employer
Apply in Person
245 Front Street,
Key West, FL 33040
Tel: 305-294-4000
Fax: 305-292-4348
[email protected]
Positions Available At
The Guidance/Care
Center, Inc.
MENTAL HEALTH &
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
THERAPISTMarathon-P/T
Master’s Degree
Required,
Licensed Preferred
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVER –
Marathon – Per Diem
CDL License Required
PEER SPECIALIST –
Marathon – F/T
REHABILITATION
COUNSELOR Personal Growth Center
Marathon – F/T
PEER SUPPORT
SPECIALIST –
Key Largo – P/T
Inpatient Unit
MENTAL HEALTH
TECH – Marathon – P/T,
F/T & Per Diem, Nights
and Weekends a Must
RN – Marathon – F/T &
Per Diem
Send resumes to
[email protected]
PT MERCHANDISER
To service magazines in
Key West, Marathon and
Big Pine Key. Call Susan
770-354-3994
Residential Mortgage
Loan Servicing
Keys Federal Credit
Union – Key West,
Big Pine and Marathon
Immediate full-time position. Responsible for all
aspects of residential
mortgage loan servicing.
2+ years experience in
day-to-day loan portfolio
reconciliation, review of
closing
documentation
and investor purchase,
ARM audits, payment application/resolution,
escrow management, insurance & tax tracking.
Must have strong customer service, multi-tasking skills and meticulous
attention to detail. Experience in mortgage modifications or foreclosure
filings a plus.
High
school
diploma
or
equivalent required. Excellent benefits package,
including health and dental insurance, 401(k) and
paid holidays and vacation.
Visit
www.keysfcu.org to apply. Fax your application
to 294-0558. E.O.E.
or fax to 305-571-9324.
EEOC/DFWP
UNIQUE GIFT IDEA!
Expressions
Deadline for copy is
Thurs., June 16th at 3 pm
All photos submitted must
be crisp and clear.
Happy First
Father's Day!
3 Inch
Includes
$45 a Photo
Dad,
you are the
greatest!
Love, Robby
and Kate
2 Inch
$30
Keys Federal Credit
Union – Key West,
Big Pine and Marathon
Part-time position. Responsible for monitoring
insurance coverages on
real estate loans. Work
with insurance tracking
vendor, agents & borrowers to maintain coverage
and resolve discrepancies. Process & pay
force-placed insurances.
Monitor tax tracking reports, send notice letters
& pay/collect delinquent
taxes for non-escrowed
loans. Process mortgage
satisfactions. Experience
in mortgage or insurance
industry a plus. High
school
diploma
or
equivalent
required.
Visit www.keysfcu.org to
apply. Fax your application to 294-0558. E.O.E.
SALTWATER ANGLER
A Retail Clothing Store
Seeks full time Sales
Associate with computer
knowledge. Previous applicants need not apply.
Apply in person.
243 Front St.
SEEKING QUALIFIED
HVAC/R SERVICE
TECHNICIANS
DebonAir Mechanical is
a premier HVAC/R and
Mechanical Service provider. We are currently
looking to hire qualified
and professional technicians who have experience in commercial and
residential HVAC/R. Must
have good driver’s license and pass a drug
test. Please email resume to
[email protected]
or
fax
them
305-826-0135.
to
TEACH
Computer
Science
part-time at Florida Keys
Community College. Adjunct instructors require a
Master Degree in teaching discipline or Master’s
Degree with 18 graduate
credit hours in teaching
discipline required. Pay
based on degree held:
Doctorate:
$555
per
credit hour, Masters:
$505 per credit hour.
Visit
our
website
www.fkcc.edu for an employment
application,
Contact
Human
Resources at 305-809-3118
or 305-809-3504 if you
have any questions. EOE
M/F/D/V.
TEACH PART-TIME
At Florida Keys Community College. Nursing Adjunct
instructors
are
needed in Medical Surgical Nursing and Pediatrics. Requires a Bachelor’s degree or Masters
degree in Nursing. Salary
commensurate with education and experience.
Generous benefits package. Please visit us at
www.fkcc.edu for more
information or contact
Human Resources at
305-809-3118, email
[email protected]
EOE M/F/D/V
Technical Maintenance
Position
Full time position available. Must have knowledge
in
commercial,
laundry
and
kitchen
equipment.
Apply
at
Southernmost Hotel and
Resorts, 1319 Duval St.
Employee Housing avail.
LEGAL
NOTICES
CALL FOR BIDS
CALL FOR BIDS
THE UTILITY BOARD OF THE
CITY OF KEY WEST, FLORIDA,
operator of Keys Energy Services
(KEYS), hereby gives notice to
prospective bidders that sealed
proposals will be received by
KEYS, at the Purchasing
Department, 6900 Front Street Extended, Key West, Florida 33040,
until 1:30 PM on July 29, 2011 for:
KEYS BID #07-11
SPECIFICATIONS FOR COST
OF SERVICE STUDY
Grandpa,
Thanks
for being
the best!
Love, Kevin
& Tammy
1 Inch
$16
Dads are special everyday, but once a year we celebrate how much we
love and appreciate them. Show him how much you care and place a
Father’s Day Expressions ad in The Citizen.
This special page will run on Father’s Day, June 19th.
Choose one of the following convenient ways to contact The Citizen:
Phone: 292-7777 ext. 3 • Fax: 296-8341
Email: [email protected]
In person: 3420 Northside Drive, Key West
343621B
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ◆ SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
my dad endured. What can I do? -SEEING A PATTERN
DEAR SEEING: It’s not unusual
for children to model the behavior of
their parents, even when the example
isn’t a good one. You will need to
learn to self-censor before you
open your mouth in stressful
situations. One way to do it is,
before snapping, ask yourself,
“Is this true? Is it helpful? Is it
kind?” However, learning the
tools to create new patterns of
behavior isn’t easy -- and you
may need the help of a licensed
counselor in order to overcome
the patterns of a lifetime.
DEAR ABBY: Every weekend
my husband goes to all the yard sales
and estate sales in our area. He brings
home stuff he considers treasures,
but I’m sure even the trash collectors
wouldn’t pick it up.
He is obsessed with his hobby
and doesn’t realize he is turning our
beautiful home into a trash storage
warehouse. I tried talking to him, but
he says he’ll do as he pleases. Abby,
I’m writing to you as my last resort. I
am desperate for any advice you can
give me. -- SECONDHAND ROSE IN
SOUTH CAROLINA
DEAR ROSE: Your husband has
been seduced by the “thrill of the
hunt” and is responding to primitive
impulses passed down from our long
ago ancestors. Women have it too -ask anyone who has lost track of time
during a department store sale and
bought more than she set out for.
Try this: Go with him to the yard
and estate sales, so you both can agree
to buy or reject a “treasure” before it
becomes a purchase. While this may
not put an end to your problem, it may
curb your husband’s impulse buying
-- a little.
325 Miscellaneous
FOR SALE
4 custom stand up padTWO 10-MONTH
dle boards $250 to $500.
FACULTY POSITIONS
Are available in the areas Higgs Beach Sat. 11th
to
10:30am.
of Speech Communica- 8:30am
tions and Biology on our 305-923-7172.
Key West Campus. Re327 Jewelry
quires a Masters degree
NEED CASH
in the discipline or a Mas- We buy Gold, Estate
ters degree with 18 items. Diamonds, Rograduate credit hours in lex, Cars, Mopeds,Lap
the discipline. The close top, Iphone. No ones
date for application sub- pays more. Open 7
mission is July 1, 2011, days. 305-304-8831.
4pm. Salary commensurate with education and
330 YARD SALES
LOWER KEYS
experience.
Generous
benefits package Please
YARD SALE
visit us at www.fkcc.edu
Sat. 9am-? 1200 6th St.
for more information or Bed, Lazy Boy recliner,
contact
Human
Re- toys,
clothing,
misc.
sources
at items.
305-809-3118, email
345 Appliances
[email protected]
25KW GENERATOR
EOE M/F/D/V
Liquid cooled, new aluminum enclosure & frame.
190 hr. old, 6 mo. warVEHICLE BODY
ranty, will deliver Lower
RESTORATION
Keys. $4,995. 292-9277.
Conch Tour Train is
351 Electronics
seeking a qualified indi16” DELL INSPIRON
vidual for this full-time
LAPTOP
position. Must be experienced in body repair, res- 2GB RAM, very fast. MS
toration and welding. Office etc., Very nice.
Benefits package is avail- Win media center. $325
able for all full-time posi- OBO. Call 896-2180
tions, including 401(k),
15.5” DELL LAPTOP
Medical, Dental, Life and
GAMER
two weeks vacation. Ap2+2, dual core, 2 GB
ply at Conch Tour Train RAM, MS Office 97, Near
garage, 1802 Staples new. Very well equipped.
Ave. Suite #101 Monday
$400 OBO. Call Carl
through Friday 9:00 a.m.
(305)896-2180
- 3:30 p.m. Drug Free
402
Roommates
Workplace and E.O.E.
LAS SALINAS
WHITE TARPON DELI
In KW. Lg. Rm. A must
Is hiring AM early morn- see. Neat, pool, full kit.,
ing Counter and Kitchen D/W, Wifi. $550mo +
Person, PM Counter and $250 sec 404-721-9328.
Kitchen Person. Please
**PROFESSIONAL**
apply in person at 700
REDUCED!!!
Front St. from 8am-4pm.
Share Large Old Town
WYLAND GALLERY
brand new 4BR superlux
At 623 Duval St. Is look- house. Suit one person:
ing for 3 Sales People own queen size bed. Pvt
that want to make $$$ swimming pool. $299/wk.
now!! We offer
minimum 6-12 mo. lease.
*Insurance Plan,
305-896-4004
*401k,
SHARE HOUSE
*$500 sign on bonus,
with gay male household.
*Paid vacation,
Furnished private bed*Spiffs,
room, all util, cable, inter*Commission up net, W/D, pool, central
to 15%,
A/C. $1,200 mo., First
* Great work plus $700 secuity to
environment,
move in. Nice quiet
*Tremendous Traffic.
home, references a must.
Call Jay 305-292-4998.
304-2421.
220 HELP WANTED
LOWER KEYS
230 HELP WANTED
MIDDLE KEYS
OFFICE MANAGER
Key Colony Beach
Condominium Complex.
Full time position. Strong
computer skills required.
Manage facilities and
rental program. Excellent
customer service skills.
CAM license preferred.
References required.
Send resume to
[email protected]
The Utility Board has instituted the
DemandStar.com system to
provide current information to
potential bidders. This system
allows you to receive bid
information quickly and at your
convenience 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Specifications
may be obtained from their
website at www.demandstar.com
or phone (954) 577-3915.
Registered vendors will be notified
automatically of all Requests for
Proposals.
You may also visit
www.keysenergy.com for links and
downloads to the DemandStar
website.
May 22 & June 11, 2011
404 ROOMS
LOWER KEYS
716 DUVAL ST.
HEARTBREAK HOTEL
Stay in the heart of Old
Town. Beautifully furnished, immaculately
clean, full kitchens, tile
baths, cable TV &
cold A/C. Starting at
$299/week + tax
or 2 nite [email protected] $89/nite
305-296-5558
www.heartbreakhotel.org
321 FURNITURE
MOVING ABROAD
SALE!
Everything must go in
June by appointment at
your convenience. Email
Kim
at
[email protected] with
“furniture” in the subject
line to receive photos of
all items (3 bedroom
house indoor/outdoor furniture, decorative accessories, small appliances,
towels, bedding etc) or
just call 786-382-4404.
Let’s make a deal!
Your
trusted
source.
KEYSWIDE
CLASSIFIED
®
305.292.7777
AVAILABLE JULY 1ST
1/1 in Old Town, $1,500,
newly renovated, tiled
floors, private deck, W/D,
A/C, F/L/S. No dogs
305-849-1080
2/2 AVAILABLE NOW
Salt Ponds Condo: W/D,
D/W, mirrored wall LR,
balcony, pool, & tennis.
Sorry no pets. $1,550
mo. incl. basic cable, 1yr.
lease. F/L plus $600 sec.
Call 304-4718.
* LA BRISA 2/2 TILED
1,200 sq.ft., w/d, new
kitchen, huge covered
balcony & parking, pool,
beach, Jacuzzi, tennis,
bbq, & more. 296-7706
3/2 LAS SALINAS
Appliances, W/D.
6 month or year lease,
covered parking.
$1,700/mo + utils, F/S.
No pets. Ref. required
305-849-0261 or
305-294-6020
422 FURNISHED APTS.
LOWER KEYS
EFFICIENCY
300 FRONT ST.
2nd Floor totally renovated, Outdoor patio,
private bath, C A/C, ceramic tile throughout,
from $900/mo & up incl.
all utils. F/L/S, no pets
Ricardo 305-896-2468.
OLD TOWN
Private clean, quiet, for 1
working non-smoker with
no pets. $900 F/L.
296-9810.
1br/1ba Waterfront
Cottage
in small compound on
Little Torch Key. All utilities & cable included.
Sun dock, laundry, small
gym on property. Ideal
for one person. Sorry, no
smokers
or
pets.
$1,100/mo. Call 8722449 after 6PM.
428 UNFURNISHED
APTS. LOWER KEYS
ON THE WATER
$950/Month
1 bedroom/1 bath apt.
Central
A/C,
newly
painted, balcony, overlooking the water, Big
Coppitt Key, $950. F/L/S
plus utilities. No dogs.
Cabana
Realty,
Inc.
294-6259.
Roof Top Apt. 1BR/1BA
Over 700s.f. huge pool
and patio. Great location.
$1,800 per month all util
incl. 294-7840.
2BR APARTMENT
on Cudjoe Key
$950/mo plus utilities.
Available now
Call Doug at 872-8221
2/2 Heart of Old Town
Completely remodeled 2
studio units with a
breezeway in between.
New kitchen appliances,
bath fixtures, W/D, A/C,
extra loft bedroom. Both
for $1,800/mo F/L/S. No
pets! Call 317-997-6493
CASA MARINA AREA
1006 Von Phister. Brand
new 2/1, W/D, A/C, wood
floors, DW, $1,900 mo.+
sec. 813-924-4442.
LOWER KEYS
AT HOME KEY WEST
305-296-7975
Pictures and more
properties at
For More Information or
An Appointment Call
Key West Vacation
Properties & Realty
www.athomekeywest.com
Becky Cobo
305-797-4130.
OLD TOWN
SUGARLOAF KEY
1/1 cottage with private
Just of Sugarloaf Blvd..
courtyard. Central AC,
3BR/2BA, pool, canal
OSP. Pets considered.
frontage. $2000/mo.
Available July.
Call for appointment.
$1,475/mo. plus utilities.
305-587-3714
Townhome
For Rent
Furnished 1/1 Condo in
2BR/1.5BA Stainless
Casa Marina area w/covsteel appl, wood floors,
ered lanai, OSP, shared
OSP, small yard,
pool and laundry. Avail.
$1800/mo. F/L $500 dep.
Now. $1,475/mo. plus
1818 Fogarty Ave #1 KW
utilities
Call 305-797-1794
LARGE HOUSE 3/2
Second floor 1/1 Condo.
Furnished or unfurnished Storage, boating & yard.
In Casa Marina area. Pri- 24850 Park Dr. Summerland Key, MM25. Great
vate deck, shared pool
Location!! $2,000/mo
and laundry. Available
305-745-1514
June. $1,500/mo. plus
utilities
3/2 BIG PINE KEY
Unfurnished, long term,
Unfurnished 1/1 2nd floor spacious
floor
plan,
apartment. Central AC,
screened porch, lots of
washer/dryer. Available
storage, nice tropical
July. $1,300/mo plus
yard, pets neg. $2000 +
utilities
Util. $1500 deposit.
RENTED
MID TOWN
COMPASS REALTY
2/2 condo with access to
305-292-1480
beach. Shared pool &
tennis. Pets considered.
Unfurnished Homes
Avail. June. $2,200/mo.
plus utilities.
Call for details
2003 FORD RANGER
XLT. Excellent condition.
49k mi. A/C, CD, auto,
Below
book
value!
587-3646.
2 Buildings, 5 Units
Currently used as a
multi-family rental property. One block off Duval
Street. Zoned HNC-1,
light commercial.
Office Condo
Over 1,000 SF of 2nd
floor office space at 3154
Northside
Dr. Ample
parking & excellent condition w/signage. Bank
owned & priced for a
quick sale.
Lease Spaces:
Spacious 2/2 apt. Close
to the beach, OSP,
private deck. Pets
considered. Avail. Now.
$1,850/mo plus utilities.
NEW TOWN
Furnished efficiency apt.
Avail. mid-June.
$850/mo. utilities
included.
1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
Near beaches , central
KEY WEST GOLF CLUB
A/C, ceramic tile floors,
3/2 townhouse. Screened
hurricane
windows.
back porch, fenced yard.
One-year lease $1250
Pets considered. Avail
mo plus utilities. F/L/S.
June. $2,100/mo. plus
(305) 294-1465 or (305)
utilities.
797-2099.
AUTOS WANTED
HOME REPAIR
~ All Years ~
Handyman Services
Junk or Used Cars,
Vans & Trucks
Running or Not
Property Management
Hurricane Preparing &
Protection
Historic Restoration
Carpentry & Repairs
WE BUY
Or Donate for a Tax Write-Off
Licensed & Insured
97 White Ford Taurus
138 K mi. Runs great.
$800 (305)896-0175
1972 911 T TARGA
Silver/Brown.
Call 305-923-4153 for
more details.
2005 Kia Sedona
Auto, a/c
Call for details
650 Scooters
Blue 2008 Zuma 9,900
mi. Runs good. $1,000
305-896-3545
2006 Ford Focus SE
$7,995 $8,995
Auto, a/c, 54K miles
‘09 Kynco 49cc, less
than 100 mi., exc cond.
$1900 obo 352-464-1363
2006 Nissan Altima S
$6,995 $12,995
Auto, a/c.
652 Motorcycles
2006 Kawasaki Vulcan
500. Just refurbished
only 11,000 mi. $2,565
OBO. 305-712-0136.
658 RV/Motor Homes
$600 RV Waterfront Lot
w/pool, clubhouse &
laundry facilities.
15 min. to Key West
Call Dave 305-304-7579.
660 Marine Needs
Stern Dive/Bar fiberglass platform w/slideout
wine rack/ladder. Fits
12’ transom. $2400 obo
304-0626
2007 Hyundai Elantra
$10,995 $12,995
Auto, a/c, sunroof,
44K miles
2006 Kia Sedona
$10,995 $12,995
Auto, a/c, 70Kmiles
2008 Kia Spectra
$11,995 $13,995
Auto, a/c, 40K miles.
2005 Honda Element
$11,995 $13,995
Auto, a/c, leather,
66K miles
669 DOCKAGE/
STORAGE
2005 Jeep Grand
Cherokee Laredo
$12,995 $14,995
Auto, A/C, leather,
69K miles.
SIXTY FOOT SLIP
Long-term Ocean Side
Marina, live aboard slip.
23 [email protected] pilings, 20.5 ft @
main pier. $1,000 mo.
util. included
RENTED
2009 Chevy Cobalt
CALL 292-7777 X3
ROOFING
PET GROOMING
DOG & CAT GROOMING
PRICES START @$15
Lic. #11-000-24949
Phone: 294-3800
305-395-0612
1411-B First Street
COMPUTER
SERVICES
MARINE
PRINTING
DAN
ACE
ROOFING, INC.
30 years experience
RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL
Licensed (RC0034111) & Insured
294-2380
Daniel Acevedo, Owner
Tony’s
Roofing & Sheet Metal
Commercial Printing
on Quality Newsprint
MARK’S
MARINE DIESEL
• Web Site Design
• Hosting & Maintenance
• Web Promotion
• Web Advertising
Located inside Oceanside Marina
Authorized Diesel Sales & Service, Installation
305-292-2300
PAINTING &
DECORATING
JEWELRY REPAIR
CONCH JEWELERS
Custom Designs
Ring Engraving
Watch Batteries
Prompt service & repairs
2010 Kia Forte Coupe
$15,995 $17,995
Auto, a/c, 20K miles
Tax, tag and DOC fee
not included in sale price
(305)295-8646
Call us and
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE
*Manager Specials*
305-332-0483
305-292-1880
2007 Nissan Altima SL
$15,995 $17,995
Auto, a/c, leather,
sunroof. 33K miles.
2009 Nissan Rogue
$16,995 $18,995
Auto, a/c, 25K miles
305-295-8646
2000 VW Beetle
$2,995 $4,995
Auto, a/c.
Mini Storage
Cash Flowing investment
property in Stock Island.
54 concrete rental units,
7 modular units, 1 office,
1 apartment.
2011 Kia Sorento
Auto, a/c, 12K miles
Call for details
620 Autos For Sale
KEY WEST KIA
3424 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, FL 33040
Curtis Skomp, CCIM
Senior Commercial
Agent
Coldwell Banker
Commercial
Schmitt Real Estate Co.
292.7441- ofc
304.0084- cell
JUNE 8 – 14, 2011
~ Corner of Duval & Front ~
295-6780
Kenneth Wells
SP 1259
1BR/1BA
IN OLD TOWN
$1,100/mo. F/L
Pets OK with deposit.
(305)942-6147
610 Trucks
1999 FORD F150
4 Wheel drive, auto windows,
$3,800
OBO.
305-684-0886.
- - - - Go To Guide
Lic. CGC1510955
AVAILABLE NOW
1 bedroom + loft, 2 bath.
$1,400 F/L/S, No Pets.
Garden patio. Old Town,
292-3024.
2010 Kia Soul
Auto, a/c, sunroof,
leather.
Call for details
1995 Cadillac Eldorado
$2995 $4995
Auto, A/C, leather
Commercial For Sale
Search All Key West and
FL Keys Commercial RE
and Businesses For Sale
at www.KeysRealEstate.com
2004 Jeep Wrangler
Sport
$13,995 $15,995
Auto, a/c, 65K miles.
Contact Claude J.
Gardner, Jr.
305-766-3133
Prudential Knight &
Gardner Realty
#1 Coldwell Banker
Commercial Agent in
State of Florida
FloridaKeysCommercial.com
2006 Toyota Tundra
$12,995 $14,995
Auto, a/c, 32K miles.
Overseas Market
Join Winn-Dixie, Pier 1,
TGI Friday's, Ross and 2006 Ford Ranger Sport
$13,995 $15,995
CVS in one of the busiest
KW Shopping Centers. Extended cab, auto, a/c,
only 15K miles.
Space available from
1,360 SF to 5,400 SF
2007 Honda Accord EX
$13,995 $16,995
540 Greene St. #3
Auto, a/c, leather,
Corner retail location besunroof, 69K miles
tween the Duval St. &
KW Waterfront District.
2009 Kia Optima
1700 SF w/ large display
$14,995 $16,995
window, renovated faAuto, a/c, 29K miles.
çade, great exposure.
328101
417 UNFURN.CONDOS
LOWER KEYS
Former Sprint Store
1,250 SQFT of perfect,
elevated retail or office
space available next to
Movie Theater on Toppino Dr. Ample off street
parking.
& Co.
~ Four Generations ~
Painting • Faux Finishes
Crown & Trim
(305) 296-6985
Tabloids
Booklets
Newletters
Info Guides
Menus
Instructional Guides
Full Publications
Randy Erickson
Cooke Communications
[email protected]
305-292-7777 Ext. 203
RC0064676
RS0016738
Established 1953
Monroe County’s Oldest
Residential & Commercial
296-5932
SOLAR CONTRACTOR
www.floridasolarone.com
329277
SMATHERS BEACH
1, 2 & 3 bedroom fully
furnished condos on 8
acres of gated seclusion,
2 pools & tennis courts.
All you need are clothes
and groceries. Available
for 6 to 9 month leases.
Monthly rates range from
$1,250 to $1,750. Utilities included.
Gale Shepard
305-294-6069
328097
416 FURN CONDOS
LOWER KEYS
620 Autos For Sale
$12,995 $14,995
2 dr, auto, a/c, 33K miles
534 COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
Waterfront Parcels. May
build to suit. Deep water
access, 7 acres uplands,
740' seawall. 300+ wet
slips. Lease rates vary.
*Marinas
-Marathon
Capt. Pips, Porky's
Rest/Bar & 11 transient rentals. 10% Return
@ $5,350,000
-Marathon
Bank Owned!
Coco Plum Marina,
seawall, dock, Bldg and
vacant lots. $549,000.
*Multi-Units
-824-826 Duval St.
Bank Owned! PENDING
2 Com rentals, 6 transient apts. $2,995,000.
-Trailer Park
Stock Island
Waterfront Income
Producing
14
Units.
$1,975,000
-1109-1113 Truman Ave
Owner financing!
3 Com spaces, 4 nice
apts, parking. $995,000
*Offices-1511
Truman
Ave.
Bank Owned! PENDING
3,300 prime corner &
parking. $575,000
-1448
Kennedy
Dr.
Bank Owned! - SOLD
1,700 sf. office, ample
parking.
-Historic Harris School
808 Southard St.
17,500sf. Lease all or
part. Call for details
*Retail
-N. Roos. Blvd.
Former Blockbuster
store.
6,000sf.
Freestanding Bldg.& parking
lot. $25/sf. NNN.
272885
2/2 BAY POINT MM15
$995 mo plus util. F/L/S
Fenced, W/D,
Pets negotiable.
RENTED
534 COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
340351
Trailer For Rent
1BR/1BA very clean F/L
& $300
sec. deposit.
$800 monthly. 5624 3rd
Ave. Stock Island. Call
305-797-1794.
309245
ON EAST ROCKLAND
KEY
MM 9.5, 1 small trailer
with 1BR/1BA, fully furn.
and ready to move into.
Bring your clothing and
food. $800 mo. util. incl.
$250 sec. non-smoker
perferred. Call Roberta
305-942-4410
KEY WEST
BUSINESS CENTER
AT HOME IN
$500-$700/mo.
www.thekeywestcondo.com
KEY WEST
includes all utilities
296-7975
305-296-4087
[email protected]
SUMMERLAND KEY
Business Identity Virtual
3/2 on canal. Screen
TOTALLY RESTORED
Office $170/mo.
porches front and back.
900 Block of Duval
HISTORIC
$2,000 mo. incl. util.
Large studio, outdoor
464 Storage
2BR/2BA
home
one
F/L/S. 305-797-0005.
patio, second floor, 1
STORAGE
block off Duval. Gutted to
year lease, plus F/L/S,
GORGEOUS 2/1
the frame with new con- Industrial Warehouses
$1,100 month, no pets
On deep water canal MM crete foundation in 2011.
Sizes vary.
Call Mario 305-731-0263 10, newly renovated, slid- Stainless
Storage Containers
appliances,
ing glass doors, brick wood floors, central air,
On our site or yours.
driveway, large deck on full size W/D. $2,000 plus
Call (305)294-0277
KEY WEST REALTY
water, W/D. $1100/mo. + utilities
12mo. lease.
Management Group
520 HOMES
utils. 305-434-0980
F/LS
Contact
305-294-RENT (7368)
LOWER KEYS
www.keywestrealty.com
305-395-1566
or
come
3/2 CUDJOE KEY
OPEN FRIDAY, SATURCanalfront stilt home by the open house SunDAY & SUNDAY 1-4.
Casa Marina Area
MM23 Oceanside close day, June 12 from 12pm 21121 Old SR 4A Cudjoe
1BR/1BA, wood floors,
to
2pm.
1116
Whitehead.
to Key West and reef
Key Gorgeous Sunsets
W/D on site. $1,200/mo.
fishing. Military discount.
over the Open Water at
F/S/S
Avail. Aug.1. $2,250/mo.
442 UNFURN. HOUSES
this newly built 3BR
1/1 OLD TOWN
Year lease minimum.
MIDDLE KEYS
3.5BA 1,800 SF home.
Furnished or unfurn. Inseearoomkeywest.com/js.htm
Colossal Great Room,
THREE BEDROOM
cludes cable, Internet,
941-961-8342
open
kitchen w/granite
townhouse
in
Marathon
gated yard, A/C, elec, 3BR/3BAWITH OFFICE
counters, 2 large porches
with water view. Lots of
sewer, water, trash, full In Key Haven. On canal
overlooking the water,
parking, community
kitchen. $1200/mo. No with boat dock, handiMaster w/lavish bath,
swimming pool. Call
pets. Call Ed Clark Para- capped equip. $3,500
open water views from all
Steve 305-747-1867.
dise Real Estate in Key mo. plus util. references
living areas & Master. 1/4
$1,375/mo plus until.
West. 305-304-6972
and sec. req. Avail. June
acre lot w/room for Pool
1 BEDROOM APT.
3rd. Freddy 745-4718.
& RV. Weekly rentals &
3BR/2.5BA
Ceiling fans, A/C, hardhome businesses alNEW TOWN
NEW CONSTRUCTION:
wood
floors,
French BEAUTIFUL centrally lo- Granite tops, tile floors, lowed. $399K Priced bedoors, large enclosed cated 4/3 home partially upgraded appliances, anlow current appraisal!
deck, W/D on property. furnished on private drive nual lease. $1,600/mo.
Lisa Ferringo Coldwell
$1000/mo.
inc.
utils. in great neighborhood. 305-797-5029.
Banker 305-797-1221
F/L/S. No smokers or Large open floor plan.
www.LisaFerringo.com
pets. 305-509-1304
444 UNFURN. HOUSES
Custom kitchen and apBIG COPPITT
UPPER KEYS
pliances.
Master suite
STOCK ISLAND
New 3BR/2BA, 1500
is extra large with spa- 2 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH
2BR/1 full bath apt.
sq.ft.
7,000sq.ft.
lot.
Key Largo. Canal front
40’ private palm entrance cious bathroom with jaReady to move in.
cuzzi bath and separate home. Dock, davits, hot
Pets OK. $1,600/mo.
$355,000 305-797-5406,
tub, new SS appl.
includes all util + cable, shower, two walk-in closWon’t last long.
ets. Large balcony with $1,400/mo 786-301-6923
$600 sec. dep.
water views.
Private
(305) 879-6200
534 COMMERCIAL
451 MOBILE HOMES/R V
PROPERTY
back yard/lush landscapSITES
1/1 NEAR BEACH,
W/D Cen. AC,
Florida
Keys
Central Air, OSP, Granite ing.
RV LOT FOR RENT
Commercial.com
Countertops, Screened in $3,000 Call 923-6000.
In Key West. $800/mo.
PERFECT 3/2
Porch $1400/mth In& Key West
Long term lease
Stilt house, very cold
cludes Utilities No Pets
Commercial.com
Available now.
central A/C, cathedral
No Smoking F/L/S
(305)304-7009
ceilings, ceiling fans,
Required Please Call
The highest ranked
452
VACATION
RENTALS
plenty
of
storage
space,
294-5306
website on all major
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big back yard, private
search engines!
434 FURNISHED HOUSES
parking, surrounded by
SUMMER RENTALS
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nature. Walking distance
1 to 5 Bedrooms,
Featured Properties:
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*Bars/RestaurantsRENOVATED
19401 Canal Dr.
$1,900--$5,000/mth
-218 Duval St- LEASED
2BR/1BA,
Townhome
352-426-0663
Call Historic Hideaways: Coming soon Pete's
with yard at Golf Course.
305-296-7358
305.294.RENT
Dueling Piano Bar
Amenities include resort
See all properties/prices out of Vegas & TX.
All real estate adstyle pool, workout room.
online @
-Charles St. & Televertising in this
$1,800 month, F/L/S,plus
www.HistoricHideaways.com graph Lane-LEASED
newspaper
is
utilities. 305-849-3083.
Coming soon. Charlie
460 COMMERCIAL
subject to the FedRENTALS
GATED OCEANFRONT
Bauer's Smokin Tuna!
eral Fair Housing Act of 1968
CUDJOE KEY
-1970 N.Roosevelt Blvd.
which makes it illegal to ad925 SQ.FT.
Available 7/1. 2BR/3BA,
vertise “any preference, limiCOMMERCIAL SPACE Bank Owned
stainless appliances,
tation or discrimination based
3,800sf. Bldg 150 seats,
Torres Plaza Bldg, 5605
bamboo floors, designer
on race, color, religion, sex or
3rd Ave. S.I. $1,200/mo. parking. $1,075,000
national origin, or an intention
furnishings and plasma
ALSO 1300sq.ft. Torres -430 Greene St.
to make any such preference
TV, 2 car covered parkPlaza Bldg, 5615 3rd Owner financing!
limitation or discrimination.”
ing, pool & boat dock.
Turnkey Bar, all equip.
Ave. S.I. $1,550/mo. Call
This newspaper will not know$2,200/mo Call Steve
Good lease. $350,00
305-296-3164
ingly accept any advertising
305-879-5800
-920 Caroline St.
305-923-4605.
for real estate which is in vioFormer PT's. 157 Seats,
SUGARLOAF ESTATE
lation or the law. Our readers
buildout
negotiable.
Util incl. Private, 2 acres
are hereby informed that all
$8,500/mos. NNN
fenced, Garden Paradwellings advertised in this
-409 Caroline St.
dise. Beach, pool, hot
newspaper are available on an
Highly Visible Address
Turnkey bar, limited
tub, boat dock, wtr falls,
equal opportunity basis.
1223 WHITE STREET
328029
scrnd porch, shogi & wafood service. Long term
commercial space flexi- lease. $8,500/mo. Gross
ter views, caretaker
STOCK ISLAND
ble terms. 1 year or For$2,600 per/mo.
*Business Opps:
3BR/2BA recently built ever. Brand New w/good
518-424-2721.
stilt home. Available June parking,Retail or Profes- - 5 COP Liquor License
Full liquor. Valid for
1st. $1800/mo.F/L/S. Call
***OLD TOWN***
sional office spaces.
Monroe County.
Large, Luxury, 2BR/2BA Ken 305-393-9263.
$1,900 month
No restrictions.
house, furnished, 1
Everett Watkins
Now Available for Rent
*Industrial/Marina
block from Duval in exPreferred Properties
-Stock Island
clusive small gated com- 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
305-304-4269
munity, 50’ heated pool.
Furnished/Shared Pool
New kitchen, $1,400
1034 Catherine St.
every 2 weeks. 6 or 12
$2,500 per month
mo lease. 305-896-4004
2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
SUMMER RENTAL
Furnished/Shared Pool
Furnished house in Key
1901 S. Roosevelt 304N
West available 7/1 to
$2,000 per month
12/1. 3BR with pool..
$1900/mo. F/L/S
2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
305-296-4576.
723 Thomas St.
440 UNFURN. HOUSES
$1,400 per month
328098
410 MOBILE HOMES
LOWER KEYS
www.athomekeywest.com
OLD TOWN
COMPOUND
Renovated 2/2 + finished attic + 1/1 guest
cottage. Prkg, pool, gazebo, A/C, hdwd floors,
granite, marble. $3,500
mo F/L/S.
Avail now.
Dave 305-292-9792.
335305
Old Town studio by wk
King $260. 1 wk dep. 4
wk min. Own entrance,
bath & a/c, cable TV,
W/D, WIFI. No drugs, alcohol. Sorry no pets.
305-395-8731
See pictures & more
properties @
462 Office Space
OFFICE SPACE
Veloso Building MM10.5
$900 month.
745-1365, 587-6442
440 UNFURN. HOUSES
LOWER KEYS
328102
BIG PINE
Furnished room, new
home, must be employed
adult. $600 month includes all. $300 move in.
879-9155
440 UNFURN. HOUSES
LOWER KEYS
328576
428 UNFURNISHED
APTS. LOWER KEYS
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Furnished Homes:
Golf Club-Conch townhome 2b/2b $2100+utils
available 6/1 short-term
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available Now short term
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available now short term.
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for an appt. 292-1480
or 888-884-7368
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#1. 701 Southard St.
#6. 2613 Harris Ave.
#11. 1633 Scholtz Ct.
Sat & Sun 8am-2pm.
Household goods, knickknacks, books, purses,
women’s clothing, some furniture.
Sat. 8am-2pm.
Moving Sale. Patio furniture, table and chairs,
books shelves.
Poinciana Apts, Sat. 8am 12noon.
Kids’ clothes, shoes, toys, kids’ hockey equip.,
bikes, furniture, movies, books, misc.
#2. 607 & 609 Ashe St.
#7. 1314 10th St.
#12. 21 Amaryllis Dr.
Fri. & Sat. 8-1.
Everything and the kitchen sink. Pre-Renovation
Rummage Sale in support of the TSKW residency program. Furniture, kitchen appliances,
art supplies, doors.
Sat. 8-12.
Items galore: clothes, movies, kitchen items,
toys, baby items, couch. Too much to list!
Sat & Sun 7:30am to 1:30pm.
Artwork, tools, Tupperware, etc. No early birds!
#13. 153 Key Haven Rd.
#8. 2926 Flagler Ave
#3. 1105 Olivia St.
Sat June 4, 8am-?
Furniture, TVs, misc items.
Sat.8:30am-1pm.
Moving Sale. Everything must go.
#9. 1202 16th Ter.
#4. 414 Virginia St.
Sat. 7am-?
Plants, clothes, lots of household goods, tools,
coconuts, mangoes.
#5. 2 Duncombe St.
Fri 9am-12noon, Sat. 8am-12noon.
Moving Sale. Furniture, household items, books,
clothing, patio stuff, new pet items
and more.
Sat., 7am - noon
Furniture, household items, adult’s/kid’s clothes,
toys, wedding dress & more.
#10. 908 18th St.
Sat. 8am till 2pm.
Hugh Yard Sale. Old stuff/new stuff. Collectible
plates w/frames. Glassware, knick-knacks, jeans
size 14/16, tools, kid’s stuff. A little of everything.
Sat. 8-12.
Doll collection, paintings, household goods,
cookbooks, old bottles and much more.
Moving Sale!
#14. 7 Evergreen Ave.
Sat. 7-11.
Moving Sale: housewares, furniture, fishing stuff
and much more!
MAP DEADLINE is NOON on
THURSDAY.
For More Yard Sales,
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