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Changing Leaders
Davila Taking Helm Of VS-31
Page 3


Butterflies
Great Day Trip For Military Families
Pages 6-7


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2005


Are You In Debt?
Tips For Managing Finances
Page 9

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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


TOUCHING NAS Jax up for


BASE Region rep for


Annual Seabee
Ball Celebration
The Northeast Florida/
Southeast Georgia
Seabees are hosting the
annual Seabee
Ball in celebra-
tion of the 63rd (
birthday of the
Seabees, the
138th anniver-
sary of the
Civil Engin-
eering
Corps, and
the 163rd
anniver-
sary of Naval
Facilities Engineering
Command. The event will
be at the Omni Hotel in
downtown Jacksonville
March 12. Anyone wish-
ing to attend or looking for
information, can call EA1
Eric Lamky or BU3 Nicole
Kelsh at 270-5225.


Tax preparation
available on base
From Naval Legal
Service Office
Southeast
Free Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance/Electronic
Tax Filing (VITA/ELF)
is available on base
in Building 583
weekdays
through
April 15.
The
hours
are
Mon-
day,
Wednes-
day and Friday from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 9 a.m.
to ,4 p.m.
The Tax Center will only
assist with the preparation
and filing of personal
income taxes assistance
with small business tax
preparation is not avail-
able.
What to bring to your
appointment: your ID card;
Social Security cards for
you and your family mem-
bers; Wage and Earning
Statementss; Fors aW-2,
W-2G, and 1099-R; inter-
est and dividend state-
ments from banks (Form
1099); a copy of last year's
taxes (if you have it); bank
routing numbers, and
account number for Direct
Deposit. Bring other rele-
vant information such as
the total amount paid for
daycare and daycare
provider's identifying num-
ber. If electronically filing
a married filing joint tax
returriboth spouses must
be present unless a power
of attorney is granted to
the other spouse.
Appointments can be
made in person at Building
583 or by calling 542-
8038; appointments are
preferred, however walk-
ins will be accepted.


excellence award
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer


NAS Jacksonville has been
selected by Commander,
Navy Region Southeast to
represent the region in the 2005
Presidential Commander-in-Chief's
Installation Excellence Award com-
petition. The award is based on
performance during fiscal year
2004.
This nomination was the result
of the NAS Jax team supporting
the war on terrorism, assisting
with hurricane relief after the
three major hurricanes that bat-
tered the State of Florida in 2004
and the dedication of the military
and civilian employees here.
"I think it's great we were nomi-
nated because it shows that our
people in the different programs
here are doing a really good job on
a daily basis. We tend to highlight
specific events for awards, but it's
really what you do in preparation
for those big events like supporting
the Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMA) during the
hurricane season. A lot of it just
comes in the day-to-day execution
of your job," remarked NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson. "I think it's good and
appropriate recognition for NAS
Jax to be chosen for this nomina-


Official Navy photo
NAS lax is surrounded by water as shown in this aerial view. Top inset is Outlying Field Whitehouse which provides
practice for carrier landings, bottom inset is Pinecastle Bombing Range, providing an environment for aircrews to
learn the proper tactics and weapons delivery techniques.
tion" craft which were staged here before shipped from NAS Jax to hurricane
The base was cited for numerous deploying to Iraq and assisting victims throughout the state. NAS
reasons, including supporting the FEMA as more than 47.7 million
Army 101st Airborne Division's air- pounds of relief supplies were See AWARD, Page 12


NAS Jax honors


Black History Month


By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Sailors and civilians alike gathered at
the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club
Thursday for a luncheon to celebrate
Black History Month. The event, sponsored
by the NAS Jax Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee (MCAC), featured entertain-
ment and a passionate speech by Guest
Speaker Michael Payne.
SK3 Adrien Dixon kicked of the festivi-
ties by singing a solo commemorating
Black History Month to a captivated audi-
ence. NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson then spoke to
the packed house about the progress that
has been made in the struggle for civil
rights in the military. "Throughout our
country's history, the military has always
lead by example in the struggle for civil
rights," Dobson said. "From the Tuskegee
Airmen in World War Two to desegregation
in 1948, the military was almost always
ahead of its time."
After lunch, Payne took to the stage.
Payne, the executive administrator for the


Mayor's Office
of Faith and
Community
Based Part-ner-
ship, roused
everyone in
attendance
from their post-
meal slumber
with a stirring
speech about
the Niagara
Movement and
its place in civil
rights history.
1! "The Niagara
Guest Speaker Michael Movement wasn't
Payne delivered a passion- just a protest
ate speech to the crowd at against segrega-
the Black History tion, the policies
of Booker T
Luncheon Thursday. Washington, or
Washington, or
even our position in society," Payne said. "It
was, I think, the first time a group of African-
Americans in this country took the initiative by
See BLACK HISTORY, Page 12


Heart Fair focuses on women, heart disease


Photos by HM2 Michael Morgan
Yolanda Gray gets her blood pressure checked by HM2 Renee Dietmeyer of the Naval
Hospital Jax Wellness Center.
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By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
As Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville observes Na-
tional Heart Month in
February specialists from
various hospital departments
and the Wellness Center
hosted a Heart Health Fair
for Women on Feb. 4, the
"Heart Truth" Campaign's
National "Wear Red Day."
The "Heart Truth" Cam-
paign is sponsored by the
National Heart, Lung, and
Blood Institute (NHLBI)
and partner organizations
and is perhaps most famil-
iar to Americans through
it's use of the symbolic "Red
Dress" and the high profile
interest of First Lady


Laura Bush.
The Heart Health Fair
featured displays with edu-,
cational brochures on
tobacco cessation, nutrition`
and exercise in the hospi-
tal's Outpatient Clinic area.
They also conducted health
screenings and blood pres-
sure checks. Throughout
the day the hospital Galley
provided "heart healthy"
snacks and menu items.
This was Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's first year to
participate in the Red
Dress Day and Lt. Cmdr.
Kathleen Knight, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Wellness Center director,
said, "This was one of the
most successful health

See HEART FAIR, Page 12


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)residential prize


Photos By PHI(SW) JoEllen Finerfrock
NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Committe,
Member YN2 Jaquilla Barfield performs the Maya Angelo
poem "Phenomenal Woman" during the Black History Month
Luncheon Thursday.


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2 lax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 24, 2005


SAFETY TALK


Slips, trips and falls leading mishaps at work


From the NAS ax
Safety Office
Recently an employee
at NAS Jacksonville
fell walking up a set
of stairs and broke a leg.
Slips, trips, and falls are
the leading mishap at
work.
According to the
Occupational Safety and
Health Administration
(OSHA) they are directly
related to 15 percent of all
accidental, job-related
deaths and are outdone
only by motor vehicle fatal-
ities. So why aren't we
more aware of the hazards
Sof simply moving around
the workspace? What can
we do to reduce the num-
ber two killer of employees
at. work?
Housekeeping
Generally, the most fre-
quently overlooked general
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safety precautions involve
office housekeeping. Some
suggestions from OSHA for
"Good Office Housekeep-
ing" include the following:
Corridors, Stairs and
Flooring
*Keep all corridors, pas-
sageways, storerooms, and
service areas clear. Never
block these areas, even
temporarily. Emergencies
don't usually come with
advanced warning and are
not likely-to give you time
to clear cluttered escape
paths'.
Always keep stairwells
clear. Never store boxes,
files, or other debris in the
stairwells or landings.
Pick up dropped office
supplies that can cause
you or a co-worker to skid.
Contact the facility
manager if you see areas
that are cluttered with
rubbish. The Public Works


Office can help you with
contacting the facility
manager.
Always clean spills
immediately. If a spill is
too large to clean up quick-
ly, contact the facility man-
ager.
Report uneven, defec-
tive flooring, worn spots in
carpets, chipped tiles, and
worn stair treads to the
facility manager.
Common Filing Areas
Put the heaviest mate-
rials in the bottom drawer.
Always close a drawer
as soon as you are done
with it.
Never open a drawer if
someone is crouched below
it.
Use only one drawer at
a time.
Always use the handle
when closing a drawer to
help reduce pinch-point
injuries.


A Little Common
Sense Goes A Long Way
in Office Safety
Reduce the risk of office
injuries from slips, trips,
and falls with a little vigi-
lance over the many things
we take for granted. Here
are some other ideas to
help you reduce office
slips, trips, and falls:
Use the handrail on
staircases.
Look where you are
going.
Walk, don't run.
Stay to the right.
Slow down and steer
.closer to the right at cor-
ners.
Walk with extra care
on wet surfaces.
Wear appropriate
shoes for the surfaces on
which you work or have to
walk on to get to work.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


It's unsettling to finally understand your man


RUTH RICKS

Job title/command:
Senior Teller, VyStar Credit
Union

Hometown: San Diego, Calif.


:By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
After I wrote a col-
umn about my hus-
S band Dustin's gift-
giving dilemma at
Christmas, many of you
wrote to ask, "Did he
,redeem- himself on
Valentine's Day?"
'So, to end your undying
suspense (you've stayed
awake at night wondering
about this, haven't you?),
the answer is, yes and no.
: Dustin couldn't do much
-worse than the Home
Depot gift card and dust
buster I got for Christmas,
so any attempt hereafter
can only be an improve-
ment. But define "improve-
ment."
'Let's rewind for a
moment to October 2001.
Dustin had just come
home from his first deploy-
ment. He came bearing
gifts. Exotic gifts from for-
eign places. There was
linen from Greece, a brass
lantern from England, and
ta-da, Mallorca pearl ear-
rings from Spain. And this
is exactly where-Dustin
-went wrong.
I nearly flipped out of
my chair when I saw the
dangling white jewelry
with a sparkling diamond
at the top. Did my husband
really pick these out all by


Hey Moneyman:
I am a chief petty officer who is
ready to retire with 24 years in the
.Navy. I plan to get another job but I
do not know how much money I will
'need to save in order to retire com-
fortably. I plan to fully retire in about
20 years when I will be 65 years old.
Can you help?
MoneyMan Sez:
How much money will I need for
retirement? This is a question all of
us face. Well, there are a lot of sites
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himself, I wondered. I
hugged the velvety gift box
to my chest.
And in Dustin's male,
goal-oriented mind he
thought, "There, I've done.
I've finally made her
happy. And now I can rest."
Fast forward back to
present-day.
Any time I get upset-it
need not be related to
gifts-Dustin says, "But
remember those earrings I
brought from Spain?" It is
his Trump card, and I'm
not exaggerating when I
say he is dumbfounded
those earrings no longer do
the trick...four years later.
Then again, maybe I was
the one at fault the day I
opened the pearls. Why did
I let Dustin attain the
Holy Grail of marriage so
soon? How did I let him
slip into auto-pilot, a set-
ting which leads him
straight to home improve-
ment stores for my gifts
these days?
Thankfully, Dustin
learned his lesson at
Christmas, and I didn't
receive any gift cards for
Valentine's Day. But I did-
n't get any roses either
(unless you count the one
he took out of the vase at
church to give me). No,
this time Dustin give me a
one-year membership
,to...the gym.


Now, before you shake
your head, I should point
out I did ask for the mem-
bership, so it was well-
received. Nevertheless, I
felt a twinge of sadness
sweating on the treadmill
on Valentine's night, know-
ing full well Dustin was
home feeding the kids
greasy fish sticks, and that
there would be a pile of
laundry to fold when I got
back.
Instead of sharing a
romantic meal over a pot
of fondue, I was on a tread-
mill, watching "The
History of Chocolate" on
television, literally run-
ning toward images of bon-
bons like a carrot on a
stick.
Is this what romance has
become, I wondered.
Maybe those pearl ear-
rings really were the pin-
nacle of our romance.
Maybe it's all downhill
from here. Maybe Dustin
has grown lazy.
And maybe I have, too.
Suddenly I jumped off
the treadmill and went to
the nearest convenience
store (it was late and my
options were limited), des-
perate to buy some roman-
tic gesture for Dustin-a
sports magazine, maybe, or
case of his favorite drink.
I didn't have much cash,
though, and when I got to


but, of course, the answers vary great-
ly. One popular site is www.smart-
money.com. Click on "personal
finance" and then go to "retirement."
Another way to do it is to use this
simple rule of thumb: For each $5000
of before tax annual income you need
in retirement, you should have
$100,000 in savings.
That means if you want to have
$20,000 per year to augment your
military retirement and social securi-
ty, you will need $400,000 in savings
or investments when you retire.
Seems like a lot? It is! Don't have
that much now? Increase your


Fire inspections planned for

Yellow Water housing area

From NAS ax Fire Department

he annual military family housing. fire safety
inspection and briefing for residents living in the
Yellow Water military housing complex will be con-
ducted by the NAS Jacksonville Fire Department, Fire
Prevention Division beginning March 1 continuing
throughout the month.
Inspections and briefings will be held Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fire inspectors will be in
uniform and will conduct the inspection and briefing
only in the presence of an adult.
In the event the resident is not at home when fire
inspectors call, a callback form will be placed on the door
requesting the resident contact the NAS Jax Fire
Prevention Division at 542-2783 or 542-3928 to resched-
ule a home fire safety inspection and briefing.
The intent of the home fire safety inspection and brief-
ing is to ensure maximum safety of all residents through
normal good housekeeping practices and to inform resi-
dents of actions to be taken should a fire or other emer-
gency occur in the home. Home smoke and carbon
monoxide detectors will also be tested.


the counter, I had to decide
between a treat for Dustin
and a chocolate ice cream
bar for myself. Talk about
dilemma!
Eventually I did what
any chocolate-loving
woman on a diet would do:
I bought the ice cream and
ate it in my car. "This is for
the laundry I do each day,"
I said and took a bite. "And
this is for the fish sticks on
the floor I'll have to clean
up tonight." I reveled in
my selfishness.
But then something
shocking occurred to me:
When Dustin went to the
hardware store to buy
those bad gifts, did he ever
leave with something bet-
ter for himself? And if so,
did he enjoy it as much?
Did he feel as deserving?
Are we more alike than I
thought? (Gasp!)
That night, I didn't have
a present for Dustin-for
the record he hadn't
cleaned up the dishes
either!-but I gave him
something equally as
important and probably
more appreciated: for once
I kept my mouth shut and
tried to understand.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.
sarahsmiley.com.


monthly savings.
On the flip side, here is some good
news! Your military retirement will
be around $22,000 in today's money
and you will get periodic cost-of-living
raises. That means that when you
retire, your military pension is about
the same as having $440,000 in sav-
ings right now!
In fact, it is worth even more
because it starts now and you will get
regular raises. Good luck with your
next career as you move into a brand
new world.

More questions? Call Hey MoneyMan at
778-0353.


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You are invited to the following Base Chapel Worship
Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
6:30 p.m. Contemporary Service
"The Leading Edge," Hangar 749 at the Base Chapel
Center.
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45 a.m.,
and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m:-12:15 p.m.


Family Life: Married with two boys and a
loving dog.


Past Duty Stations: Yokosuka, Japan,
San Diego and Jacksonville.


Career Plans: I love working with people
and plan to work until I can retire.


Most Interesting Experience: Meeting
Byron Leftwich of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Words of Wisdom: Live your life the best
way you can and enjoy it.



Acquistion conference


and trade show coming

The sixth annual Jacksonville Acquisition. Excel-
lence Conference and Trade Show, hosted by the
Jacksonville naval community, will take place at
the University of North Florida's University Center on
April 13-14.
The theme for this year's conference is
"Transformation: The Pursuit of Excellence through
Joint Capabilities."
Dave Carey, acclaimed motivational speaker and
author, will kick-off the event. Director of Defense
Procurement and Acquisition Policy, Deidre Lee, is the
keynote speaker.
This two-day conference provides a one-stop education-
al opportunity for government and industry personnel to
exchange the most up-to-date information on technical
innovations in program management, logistics, engineer-
ing, contracting, and budgeting through a number of
classes on both days.
Department of Defense acquisition workforce members
will receive 16 continuous learning points for participat-
ing in both days of the event. For information and regis-
tration, go to www.acqconf.com.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ........... Capt. Chip Dobson
Public AffairsOfficer Charles P. "Pat Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
'U.S. Naval Air Station, lIcksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 24, 2005 3


Davila relieves Baron as 'Topcat' commanding officer


From VS-31
On March 3, Cmdr.
Jeff Davila will
relieve Cmdr. Ed
Baron and assume com-
mand of VS-31 becoming
the 50th "Topcat" com-
manding officer in the
squadron's illustrious his-
tory.
This time honored cere-
mony will be held aboard
NAS Jacksonville at
Hangar 114. Capt. Rob
Field, commander, Carrier
Air Wing Seven, will be the
guest speaker.
Davila graduated from
the United States Naval
Academy in 1986 with a
Bachelor of Science degree
in Mathematics. He was
commissioned on the same
day and was designated a
naval aviator at NAS,
Meridian, Miss. in 1988.
Davila completed the S-3
FRS (VS-27) in 1989 at
NAS Cecil Field and
reported to VS-24 with
assignments as the
NATOPS officer, landing
signal officer, and assistant
operations officer. While
serving in VS-24, Davila
made two deployments


with CVW-8 aboard USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-
71) participating in
Operations Desert Storm
and Provide Comfort.
After graduating from
the U.S. Naval Test Pilot
School in 1993, Davila
reported to Force Warfare
Aircraft Test Directorate
(VX-20 Test Squadron)
through 1994 where he
worked on developmental
test projects for the S-3B
and ES-3.
After completing a tour
as the performance cur-
riculum phase head at the
Naval Test Pilot School,
Davila returned to sea duty
as an assistant air opera-
tions officer and JFACC
trainer attached to
Commander, Carrier Group
Four in Norfolk, Va.
From 1998 to 2000,
Davila was assigned to VS-
30 at NAS Jacksonville,
where he served as the
administrative officer and
maintenance officer. While
serving with VS-30, he
deployed aboard USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN-69).
Shortly after his tour
with VS-30, Davila report-


Cmdr. Jeff Davila


ed to the Naval War
College in Newport, R.I.,
completing the first phase
of joint military education
as well as earning a
Masters Degree in
National Security and
Strategic Studies.
He then served at the
Naval Personnel Com-
mand, Millington, Tenn.
from 2001 through 2003 as
the Sea Control/Training
Command placement offi-


Cmdr. Ed Baron


cer. Davila completed his S-
3 refresher training with
VS-41 at NAS North
Island, Calif. and has
served as executive officer
for VS-31 since 2003.
Baron, originally of Long
Island N.Y., entered Naval
Reserve Officers.Training
Corps at Jacksonville
University in 1981 and
graduated in 1986 with a
Bachelor of Science degree
in Computer Informational


Systems.
He was commissioned on
the same day and was des-
ignated a naval flight offi-
cer at NAS Pensacola, in
1987.
Baron graduated from
the A-6 Fleet Replacement
Squadron (VA-42) in 1988
and reported to VA-35 at
NAS Oceana, Va. where he
was assigned as the AT and
AD branch officer, NATOPS
officer, and nuclear
weapons training officer.
While serving in VA-35,
Baron deployed aboard
USS Theodore Roosevelt
(CVN-71) and USS Sara-
toga (CV-60).
From 1991 to 1994, Baron
was assigned to the United
States Joint Forces
Command, Cruise Missile
Support Activity in Norfolk,


Va., where he served as a
planning officer.
Baron has served as VS-
31executive and command-
ing officer.
His next assignment will
take him back to sea as the
operations officer on board
USS Harry S. Truman
(CVN-75) in Norfolk, Va.
Cmdr. Timothy Langdon
will serve as the new execu-
tive officer for VS-31. He
received his Bachelor of
Science degree in Marine
Transportation from the
United States Merchant
Marine Academy in 1987.
He joins the Topcats from
his tour as the executive
officer of both the FRS (VS-
41) and the "Blue Wolves"
of VS-35, both of which
have since decommis-
sioned.


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VP-5 crew joins SAR mission off coast of Malta


By 01 Russell Tafuri
Armed Forces Network Sigonella
Commander Task
Force (CTF) 67 P-3
Orion crew from VP
5 assisted in a search and
rescue mission of an

exploded civilian cargo ves-
sel off the coast of Malta
Feb. 3.
When the civilian cargo
vessel Vigla exploded,
Rescue Command Center
Malta put out the SOS call.
Britian's HMS Nottingham
(D 91) was in the area and
initiated the search-and-
rescue effort, joined by an
Italian military helicopter.
The 11-member crew of
VP-5, homeported at NAS
Jacksonville, joined the
effort looking for seven


Dutch crew members of the
Vigla, who were feared
dead after the ship explod-
ed 150 miles southeast of
Malta, according to Capt.
Robert Lally, commodore of
CTF 67.
The Navy's P-3 Orion lent
unique support due to its
ability to stay on mission


for up to 10 hours, as well
as provide the electronic
equipment aboard suited to
this type of mission, includ-
ing radar systems and
infra-red sensors, according
to VP-5 Tactical Coordin-
ator Lt. Tom Pickering.
"We also had every avail-
able person onboard man-
ning the windows as
observers," said Pickering.
"The whole time, we're
treating this as if there are
people in the water, waiting
on us. We all stayed hope-
ful."
But with the water tem-
peratures between 55 and
'57 degrees Fahrenheit, the
mission ultimately became
a search-and-recovery one.
"If the people in the


water were not in a life
boat or without protective
clothing, they could only
last in the water up to two
hours maximum," said
Lally.
The P-3 crew assisted
with the recovery of four of
the seven sailors' bodies
from Vigla.
"The take-away for me is
genuine flexibility of the
crews to respond so quickly
to an emergent need like
that," said Cmdr. Sean
Cannon, VP-5 commanding
officer. "It also validates the
value of having a large-
dwell platform like the P-3,
because it is able to stay
exactly where the action is
longer than anything else."


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NAVSUP and CNI sign transfer


of work/function agreement


From FISCJax
A memorandum of agreement outlin-
ing the transfer of work and func-
tions for shore installation manage-
ment, contracting, and base operations
supply support was recently signed by
Commander, Naval Supply Systems
Command (NAVSUP), Commander, Navy
Installations (CNI), and Commander, Fleet
and Industrial Supply Centers (COM-
FISCS).
The following material management and
supply services will be transferred from
CNI to NAVSUP per all applicable Navy
guidelines and policies: inventory manage-
ment and control; requisition processing;
warehousing; accommodation storage;
large contracting; simplified acquisition;
and mail services.
This strategic alignment is the culmina-
tion of many months of collaboration
involving NAVSUP headquarters, CNI,
regional commander staffs, and local FISC
teams. It applies to all regions under the
NAVSUP enterprise and CNI and will be
reviewed annually.
"We have a duty to the taxpayer and to
the warfighter to be good business man-
agers," said Rear Adm. Daniel H. Stone,
SC, USN, Commander, Naval Supply
Systems Command. "One of the overarch-
ing goals of this agreement was to better
align processes, structures, and policies by


Inspirational award


employing best business practices to pro-
vide the most effective organization while
reducing costs in support of Sea Enterprise
objectives."
"This agreement between NAVSUP and
CNI provides an opportunity for the Navy's
Fleet and Industrial Supply Centers to fur-
ther refine their role as regional logistics
integrators and to introduce best business
practices that harvest savings in support
of the Sea Enterprise vision," added Rear
Adm. William Kowba, SC, USN,
Commander, Fleet and Industrial Supply
Centers.
The agreement includes the transfer of
operational control for applicable civilian
personnel by Oct. 1, 2005, and the transfer
of military billets by no later than Jan. 31,
2006.
NAVSUP's primary mission is to provide
U.S. naval forces with quality supplies and
services. With headquarters in
Mechanicsburg, Pa., and employing a
worldwide workforce of more than 24,000
military and civilian personnel, NAVSUP
oversees logistics programs in the areas of
supply operations, conventional ordnance,
contracting, resale, fuel, transportation,
and security assistance. In addition, NAV-
SUP is responsible for quality-of-life issues
for our naval forces, including food service,
postal services, Navy Exchanges, and
movement of household goods.


VP-30 partners for education


Photo courtesy of CNA7TU lax
AMC(AW) Thaddeus Wilson (right) accepts the Center for Naval Aviation Technical
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By PR1(AW) Robert Tyson
VP-30
In the tradition of many
NAS Jacksonville com-
mands, VP-30 has be-
come a partner in educa-
tion with Wilkinson Ele-
mentary School in Middle-
burg, Wilkinson Elementa-
ry hasmore than 900 stu-
dents including a large
Exceptional Education
Depart-ment and a Pre-
Kinder-garten program.
"VP-30 and the school
came together when we
realized how much help the
squadron could provide to
our kids and how many
community ties we had
with the command," said
Alexandra Tyson, a fourth
grade teacher at the school.
The squadron has
launched its sponsorship
with a mentoring program
that pairs motivated,
responsible Sailors with
kids who need a little extra


guidance in their life.
Military members meet for
some initial training that is
provided by the school and
then get to know the child
that they have been paired
up with. From there, they
act as a "Big Brother/Big
Sister," spending time with
the student each week.
The first volunteers from
VP-30 attended mentor
training at Wilkinson
Elementary Feb. 11.
The program is expected
to improve the quality of
life and education for many
Wilkinson Elementary stu-
dents. The schoolteachers
can only spend so much
time with each student each
day. The military members
will afford the Wilkinson
teachers the opportunity to
use their time more effi-
ciently. Most importantly,
the VP-30 Sailors will have
the opportunity to make a
difference in the lives of the


children and the community
Training Unit Jacksonvilles (CNATTU jax) Inspirational Leadership Award for fiscal
as a whole. year 2004 from CNATTU jax Commanding Officer Cmdr. Robert Newton.





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lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 24, 2005 5


NAVFAC turning


old BEQs into


office space


From Facilities Team
Southeast Public Affairs
he Resident Officer in
Charge of Construc-
tion (ROICC) Office
at Naval Air Station Jack-
sonville (NAS Jax) has
begun the process of reno-
vating two old Bachelor
Enlisted Quarters (BEQs)
into much needed office
space to support 200 engi-
neers and staff of Naval Air
(NAVAIR) Depot Jackson-
ville's aircraft, engine, and
component repair opera-
tion.
The contract was award-
ed to the Haskell Company
on Sept. 17, 2004, and
includes the design and
renovation of the two office
buildings at a price of"$4.3
million.
The project includes the
transformation of two exist-
ing 16,000 square foot
WWII era BEQs and the
construction of a connecting
bridge between the new
office facilities.
New interior walls, archi-
tectural finishes, restrooms,
offices, and building servic-
es will be provided. The
building exterior recon-
struction includes reducing
the number of windows,
installation of new alu-
minum framed ATFP win-
dows, roof re-pairs, installa-
tion of one elevator in each
building, and construction
of accessible ramps to near-
by parking.
Site improvements will
include elevated pedestrian






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This event is coming to
Jacksonville Saturday. We need
athlete buddies, event assistants
and medical support volunteers.
Buddies must be 16 or older
without a parent. For more infor-
mation, call Michelle Johnson at
733-2650.
Scottish
Highland Games
Volunteers are needed for var-
ious duties Saturday from 8 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. and Feb. 27 to help
break down. The minimum age
is 15. To sign up, call Richard
Gordon at (386) 758-1339.
HabiJax
opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-.
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.
Habitat for
Clay County
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc. serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information,
call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at
444-8524.
Navy Wives Clubs
of America
Volunteer to assist in working
a concession stand at the
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Arena for upcoming concerts
once or twice a month.
Volunteers are also needed to
run a concession stand at Alltel
Stadium for this seasons Jaguar
home games. For more informa-
tion, please call Kathy Cayton at
272-9489 or 254-4971.
Volunteers
in Medicine
Volunteer to assist this organi-
zation provide free primary care,
specialty triage, preventive
health education and mental
heath care to employed individu-
als or families who have in-


comes above the poverty guide-
line and are without medical
insurance coverage. Volunteers
are needed in both medical and
professional fields. For more
information, -call Barbara
Whittaker at 399,2766, Ext. 103.


walkways and ramps linked
into the existing walkway
system, landscaping, new
site utilities, site signage to
conform to NAS Jackson-
ville standards, and site
lighting.
The project is scheduled
for completion by October
2005.


Existing Bachelor Enlisted Quarters will be turned in to needed
Depot Jacksonville.


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IaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 24, 2005


The popular Blue
Morpho (Morpho
peleides) of Central
America sunbathes
on a leaf to bring
its body tempera-
lure to 95 degress
or higher.


J







where science takes flight


'Allan Chin Lee, Butterfly Rainforest and Vivarium manager, points to identification photo-
'graphs in the observation room facing the Butterfly Rainforest inside the indoor exhibit.
'Visitors can enjoy the biodiversity of the rainforest without having to step outside.


yMiriam S. Gallet
Editor afx


., -- ome of the Blue Morpho, Isa-
S\ I bella and Julia, the Butterfly
Rainforest, a live vivarium
inside the Florida Museum of Natural
History at the University of Florida in
;Gainesville is a visitor's dream.
: visitors can enjoy a full day or an
afternoon strolling through a rainforest
supporting 55 to 65 different species of
exotic butterflies afid moths and more
'than 250 varieties of tropical and sub-
-tropical plants and beautiful waterfalls.
'Resembling something out of Michael
Crichton's The Lost World, visitors come
face-to-face with butterflies and moths
,from origins dating back more than 65
millionn years ago when dinosaurs ruled Visitors to the B
-the world, may witness the e
SLocated just 60 miles southwest of flies and moths.
'here, you can escape and explore the tured Atlas Mot
world of Lepidoptera (butterflies and their chrysalis Feb
moths iin a setting where young and old
:cap stroll through a lush rainforest and have one of the
*2,000 free-flying butterflies land on their arms, or, if lucky,
witness the emergence of one from its chrysalis inside the
:rearing room. The 6,400-square-foot rainforest enclosure,
,featuring a 65-foot angled ceiling, a 400-foot trail arid four
,waterfalls provides a setting that is uncharacteristic to
:any other type of habitat found in Florida.
"The Butterfly Rainforest at the McGuire Center for
*Lepidoptera and Biodiversity opened its doors Aug. 14
and it has been a resounding success," explained Alan
'Chin-Lee, vivarium manager. "This is not just another
'exhibit for the museum. It is a research facility with
access to visitors."


utterfly Rainforest
emergnce of butter-
Several of the pic-
hs emerged from
.10.


Butterfly" Th e

Rainforest is
a screened
in outdoor
exhibit
which
enables the
public to be-
come famil-
iar with
exotic but-
terflies and Pamela Jessiman, amateur photographer and visitor to the Butterfly Rainforest, listens as
moths and Vivarium Manager Allan Chin Lee explains the subtropical and tropical plants and trees that
tropical and support the hundreds of species of Lepidoptera found in the Butterfly Rainforest.
sub-tropical
trees and plants and at the same time," he *'. .
added.
The indoor exhibit features a three '.
stories high and 200 feet long "Wall of
Wings" that contains thousands of but-
terflies and moths specimens from
around the world. Large information
panels and videos describing the biology
and life cycle of butterflies and moths i P


guide the visitor through the exhibit and make the visit to
the center very educational.
"We are the largest Lepidoptera research center in the
world and house the second-largest Lepidoptera collection,
next to the Natural Museum of History in London," said
Lee.
"Currently, our collection holds more than 4.2 million
specimens from around the world and, it continues to
grow, explained Paul Ramey, director of public relations
at the Florida Museum of Natural History. "We encourage
visitors from everywhere, especially, the military service-


Informational signs featuring scientific information about but-
terflies and moths can be found along the winding trail and
bridges in the rainforest.


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Life-size information panels explaining what butterflies and moths are, their metamorphosis,and wing patterns guide visitors through the exhibit.
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A AhrNs-
alis case in
Ihe rearing room
trightl displays hullerfl\
chrsalids hung for Ihe visitorss to see Ihe di\ersilh of shapes,
sizes, and colors Ihe\ come in. If lucky, isilors mina also get
to see a butterfly emerge. Chrysalids are imported from places
like Florida, El Salkado., Belize, Mala'sia and the Philippine'.


(From left) The Blue Morpho (Morpho peleides) and the Isabella (Eueides isabella) extract nectar from exotic red flowers.


BUTTERFLIES:

Diverse winged world

at Florida Museum

of Natural History
From Page 6
men and women in Jacksonville to visit our facility. It's a
fun and educational center that the whole family can
enjoy."
"Most people are amazingly in awe about the diversity
of butterflies that they encounter in the exhibit. A visit
here allows for an up-close experience that you may not
even experience in the wild. f
Our collection of exotic but-
terflies and moths is very M
unique," remarked Chin-Lee.
"Visitors can witness such
behaviors as courtship and, if'
you are lucky, you may have
the unforgettable experience
of seeing a butterfly emerge
from its pupa." P
The Butterfly Center is
open Monday Saturday 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1
to 5 p.m. with the last ticket
sold at 4:30 p.m. Closed on The exotic Hortense (Heli-
Thanksgiving and Christmas conius hortense) prepares to
day. The center offers a 10 extract nectar from a
percent military discount for flower. Tw
active duty personnel and accompanying family members fo
with military identification card. Sou
For more information, visit flmnh.ufl.edu/butterflies or, th
call (352) 846-2000.


WAMMls


Photo courtesy of the Florida Museum of Natural History
Dr. Thomas C. Emmel, director of the McGuire Center, looks
over a tray of Nymphalid butterflies from Western Brazil.
The butterflies are part of the McGuire Center collection.


The Blue Morpho butterfly inspects a plant leaf.


Butterflies eat from a dish.
The Florida State butterfly, the
S Zebra Longwind, copulate in the
Butterfly Rainforest at the Florida
a. Museum of Natural History.
/., While butterflies will court and
copulate inside the outdoor,
screened exhibit, they will not
reproduce because of the absence
of host plants the females require
the Florida to lay eggs.
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Thotos by
.2liriam S5. ballet


vo Julia (Dryas iulia) butterlies,
und in Florida and throughout
ith America, look for nectar in
e tropical flowers found in the
rainforest.


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\A variety of butterflies enjy the nectar from one of the many exotic flowering trees in the rainforest.


The Mexican Blue King (top), the Cracker and the
Handed King Shoemaker butterflies rest on a tree trunk.
The Cracker butterfly is the only butterfly in the world
that can intentionally make a noise that sounds like
crackling. I ;'






8 lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 24, 2005



FACSFAC Jax announces Sailors of Year


By ET2(SW) Lamed
FACSFACJax PAO
High standards in air traf-
fic control operations are
demanded, not just expec-
ted. These lessons are familiar for
AC1 Shane Edwards, and AC3
Jason Meek.
Fleet Area Control and Sur-
veillance Facility Jacksonville
(FACSFAC Jax) awarded Ed-
ward's Senior Sailor of the Year


for 2004. He has served in the
Navy seven years and six months,
and reported to FACSFAC Jax in
September 2001. In Sealord,
where the facility controls air
traffic, Edwards juggles several
positions. The award recognized
his stellar efforts as command
safety officer, facility watch
supervisor and assistant radar
branch petty officer. Edwards
dedicates his attention to leading
and training air traffic con-


trollers. He ensures Sealord's
standards are fully compliant
with strict Federal Aviation
Administration laws.
"Teamwork and building cama-
raderie are two essential skills
when leading a team of air traffic
controllers in Sealord. A continu-
ing challenge is paying attention
to my subordinates' individual
career goals. Guidance and sug-
gestions are important. Uniform
appearance is important. I keep


them on their toes when I tell
them people who don't look well
don't perform well," remarked
Edwards.
Meek was selected FACSFAC
Jax Junior Sailor of the Year. A
native of Lodi, Wisc., Meek joined
the Navy for a new direction and
to seek a fulfilling career.
"Lodi is a very small town. I
just didn't find the diversity in
my hometown that exists in the
Navy. The thing I find the most


intriguing about the Navy is the
diversity of people I work with. It
is really interesting to hear about
people's lives and how everyone is
different in their own way," he
stated.
Meek's award recognized him
for his volunteer work, outstand-
ing physical fitness scores, and
air traffic control qualifications.
At 25, his motto is, "Always treat
others the way that you want to
be treated."


NETC announces Advanced Education Voucher Program for senior enlisted


By on Gagne
Naval Education and Training Command
Public Affairs
he Naval Education and
Training Command (NETC)
released guidelines for a
new program that is designed to
provide advanced education
opportunities for senior enlisted
personnel in December.
The Advanced Education
Voucher (AEV) Program is aimed
at superior performers in pay-
grades E-7 to E-9 who have the
potential for continued upward
mobility, and specifically targets
assistance for post secondary,
Navy-relevant degree programs.
The program, which is part of the
recently announced Professional
Military Education Continuum,
supports baccalaureate and mas-
ter's degree completion in desig-
nated areas of study through off-
duty education.
Senior enlisted personnel who
are currently enrolled in a quali-


fying post-secondary degree pro-
gram using tuition assistance, or
other financial assistance pro-
grams, are eligible to apply under
the AEV program.
NETC Force Master Chief
(FORCM) Michael McCalip urged
senior enlisted personnel to take
advantage of this program to fur-
ther their education.
"This is a great opportunity for
highly motivated worldwide-
assignable senior enlisted profes-
sionals who have an interest in
completing a secondary degree
program that is specifically relat-
ed to their Navy careers," said
McCalip. "The Voucher program
not only covers 100 percent of the
cost of tuition, but most books
and related fees. That equates to
an advanced college degree at
almost no cost to the student."
AEV for baccalaureate degree
completion is capped at $6,700 per
year for a maximum of 36 months
from the date of enrollment. Total


program cost per student is limit-
ed to $20,000. Qualified candi-
dates should have an associate's
degree or the equivalent amount
of college credit applicable to the
degree being sought.
Fiscal year (FY) 2005 areas of
study open for baccalaureate
degree applicants include: human
resources; human performance
system integration; systems engi-
neering and analysis; leadership
and management; civil engineer-
ing; engineering propulsion sys-
tems; industrial management;
information technology; nursing;
accounting and finances; and
electrical engineering technology.
There are 25 quota slots available
for the FY05 selection board.
The AEV master's degree pro-
gram covers 100 percent of
tuition, books, and related fees up
to a maximum of $20,000 per
year for up to 24 months of
enrollment, with the total pro-
gram cost per individual capped


at $40,000. Candidates must hold
a baccalaureate degree from an
accredited institution recognized
by the Department of Education.
Areas of study open to master's
degree applicants include: emer-
gency and disaster management;
human resources; project man-
agement; engineering and tech-
nology; information technology;
systems engineering and analy-
sis; homeland defense and securi-
ty; leadership and management;
business administration; and edu-
cation and training management.
Five quota slots are available
through the FY05 selection board.
Applicants should be transfer-
ring to, or be already on shore
duty with sufficient time left to
complete the program.
Participants must agree to
remain on active duty for a mini-
mum period of two years or a
period equal to three times the
number of months of education to
a maximum of three years


(whichever is greater) after com-
pletion or withdrawal from the
program. Failure to complete the
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re-quire reimbursement to the
government for the costs associat-
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re-ceived. Upon completion, par-
ticipants will serve one tour in a
worldwide-assignable billet.
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he following is the Diabetic Class schedule for
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May 3 9:15-11:15 a.m.
May 25 1:30-3:30 p.m.
June 7 9:15-11:15 a.m.
June 22 3-5 p.m.
The classes will be in the Internal Medicine
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For information call Sharon Gladden in the hospital
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Support Center
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Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members and
their families, and civilian
personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.


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are available in February
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Photo by PHAN Philip Morrill
AE3 Jonathan Wilson, assigned to the "Checkmates" of VS-22, mans the brake while the S-3B Viking he's in is
towed across the flight deck aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Carrier Air Wing Three (CVW-3) is embarked
aboard Truman and is providing close air support and conducting intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance
over Iraq.




Test Pilot School to host 57th


annual
From NAS Patuxent River P)
he United States Na
Pilot School will host
annual symposium and
here on April 14 15. The syi
and reunion provide a forun
exchange of aviation research
opment, test and evaluation
tion and also establish a ve
the renewal of professional
tances within the test and ev
community. Please note sev
mat changes have been mad
reunion over previous years, e
This years event kicks of
four-person scramble golf tou
beginning at 8 a.m. on Apr
hole-in-one prize of a 2005 F(
cle, courtesy of Aldridge Ford
presented to the first person
a hole-in-one on the design
three. The golf tournament w
lowed by a casual evening r
at the Patuxent River Na
Museum.
Events begin on April 1i
continental breakfast at 8
lowed by a Technical Syn


symposium,
AO from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30
p.m. The symposium will be com-
val Test prised of eight presentations chosen
its 57th from submissions on current test
Reunion projects at NAS Patuxent River,
mposium Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons
n for the Division China Lake, Calif., NAW-
h, devel- CWD Point Mugu, Calif., Fort Rucker,
informa- Ala., Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., and
hide for Edwards AFB, Calif. The program will
acquain- provide an opportunity for publicity
valuation and professional acknowledgment of
eral for- current efforts of USNTPS alumni.
le to the Abstracts for proposed presenta-
events. tions are due no later than March 15
f with a to Craig Nixon, the USNTPS
ornament Technical Symposium point of con-
ril 14. A tact. Nixon can be reached at 301-
ord vehi- 757-4143 or DSN 757-4143, or via e-
i, will be mail to craig.nixon@navy.mil.
that gets Submissions may be faxed to 301-342-
ated par 5003. Selections will be made by
ill be fol- March 21.
reception Naval Test Wing Atlantic will hold
naval Air its awards luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
April 15 at the Cedar Point Officers,
5 with a Club. The Commander, Naval Air
a.m., fol- Warfare Center Aircraft Division and
iposium representatives of several civic groups


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reunion
will recognize the top test pilot, test
naval flight officer, test engineer, and
Test Pilot School instructor. A buffet
lunch will be served and a speaker
will address the group. The day's
activities end with a "fly-in" social at
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Quarters Flight Deck Lounge.
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5010.
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e-mail: rich.Greenleaf@navy.mil. Visil
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Tt seems these days that
debt, especially con-
sumer debt, is all too
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For instance, let say you
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Beware that some auto
loan contracts may have
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pre-payment penalty provi-
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only from reputable finance
sources, and when in doubt,
have it reviewed by either a
lawyer, seasoned loan offi-
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specialist."
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management, our grand-
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ues should be our beacon-,
spend only what we can
afford and save for what we
really want.
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financial specialist at the
Naval Healthcare Support
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HEART FAIR: Lectures, information booths and plenty of literature available


From Page 1
fair's we've
conducted,
in that we
made con-
tact with at
least 250
people and
conducted
....' more than
100 blood
pressure
checks."
SA lecture
Series was
also pre-
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Internal
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PhoNtin t tu s by HM ihae MarLg anide Btooar-
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who sees
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d A diac pa-
tients, initi-
Photos by HM2 Michael Morganted the
Internal Medicine Nurse Practitioner Capt. idea to par-
Mary Jackson speaks on the risk factors of hear ticipate in
disease for women. the "Heart
Truth" Red
Dress 'Day event. In her presentation she stressed the
Campaign's main theme that heart disease is the number
one killer of women (even young women) in America. In fact,
one in three women die of heart disease. Heart disease also
can lead to disability and a significantly decreased quality of
life. Studies indicate less than half of women are aware of
these startling facts.
Registered Dieticiln Cheryl Masters provided informa-
tion on "Managing Your Cholesterol and Hypertension."
The National Institute of Health's Heart, Lung and Blood
Institute recommends that everyone age 20 and older
should have their cholesterol measured at least once every
5 years with a "lipoprotein profile" which measures total

BLACK HISTORY: Event included

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Photo by PH1(SW)JoEllen Finerfrock
SK3 Adrien Dixon performs a solo during the Black History
Luncheon.

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Wellness Center Health Promotion Specialist Danny Woodard
advises Carol Glover about heart disease and how it affects
women.
cholesterol; LDL (bad) cholesterol the main source of cho-
lesterol buildup and blockage in the arteries; and HDL
(good) cholesterol which helps keep cholesterol from
building up in the arteries. The test also measures triglyc-
erides another form of fat in your blood.
Obstetrics/Gynecology Doctor Lt. Cmdr. Ruth Duda
focused on "Women and Hormone Replacement." She
pointed out that while hormone therapy can be an effec-
tive treatment to relieve the symptoms many women have
during menopause or for women whose uterus has been
removed women should discuss the risks and benefits
with their doctors before beginning hormone therapy. Pre-
existing diseases or conditions that should be discussed
with your doctor prior to beginning hormone therapy
include: recent history of a heart attack, uncontrolled high
blood pressure, history of stroke, recent blood clots or his-
tory of blood clots, cancer of the breast, unexplained vagi-
nal bleeding, liver disease, or a history of porphyria (a
metabolic disorder that causes severe abdominal pain).
More information on the how heart disease impacts
women can be found on The "Heart Truth's" website,
http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/hearttruth/.
The hospital and the Wellness Center offers many pro-
grams which can help beneficiaries monitor and manage

keynote speaker, poetry and music
From Page 1 Barfield performed the
Maya Angelo poem "Phe-
deciding to become more nomenal Woman" followed
proactive in seeking solutions by a performance by the
to the problem of racial Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
inequality. It was a radical Sigma Upsilon Chapter step
departure from Washington's team.
policies of accommodation and "This year's luncheon
appeasement and it set the proved to be a huge success
stage for what was to follow in because of the strong show-
the fifties and sixties," Payne ing in diverse attendance
stated, along with the entertain-
After Payne concluded his ment and the guest speak-
remarks, MCAC Committee er," said NAS Jax Com-
Member YN2 Jaquilla mand Equal Opportunity
Advisor HMCS(FMF) Bryce

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Information from 'Heart Truth'

Campaign publications

What heart disease risk factors should you be aware
of?
The "Heart Truth" Campaign offers the following quiz:
Do you smoke?
Is your blood pressure 140/90 mmHg or higher or have
you been told by doctor that your blood pressure is too
high?
Has your doctor told you that your total cholesterol
level is 200 mg/dL or higher, or your HDL (good choles-
terol is less than 40 mg/dL?
Has your father or brother had a heart attack before
age 55 or your mother or sister had one before age 65?
Do you have diabetes or a fasting blood sugar of 126
mg/dL or higher, or do you need medicine to control your
blood sugar?
Are you over age 55?
Do you have a body mass index (BMI) score of 25 or
more?.
Do you get less than a total of 30 minutes of physical
activity on most days?
Has a doctor told you that you have angina (chest
pains), or have you had a heart attack?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you are
at an increased risk of having a heart attack.
What are the warning signs of a heart attack?
Chest discomfort. Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing,
fullness, or pain in the center of the chest that lasts more
than a few minutes, or goes away and comes back.
Discomfort in other areas of the upper body. This may
be felt in one or both arms, the back, neck, jaw, or stom-
ach.
Shortness of breath. May often occur with or before
chest discomfort.
Other signs. May include breaking out in a cold sweat,
nausea, or light-headedness.
Fast action saves lives If you or someone you are with
begins to have chest discomfort, especially with one or
more of the other symptoms of a heart attack, call 9-1-1
right away. Don't wait more than a few minutes 5 min-
utes at the most to call 9-1-1. If you are having symp-
toms and cannot call 9-1-1, have someone drive you to
the hospital right away. Never drive yourself, unless you
have absolutely no other choice.
their heart health. For further information, go to naval-
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then click Cardiology. For information on Wellness Center
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Jax was also selected for their energy con-
servation programs, community involve-
ment including the 2004 Air Show,
improvements to readiness such as the
new entrance gates and enhanced quality
of service to NAS Jax customers.
"All NAS Jacksonville team actions were
innovative, imaginative and clearly focused
on mission accomplishment. Teamwork
was the foundation for NAS Jacksonville's
approach to daily business," stated Rear.
Adm. Annette E. Brown, commander, Navy
Region Southeast in her cover letter to
Commander, Navy Installations (CNI)
regarding the nomination of NAS Jax for


this prestigious award.
CNI in Washington, D.C. will select the
overall winner from the Navy's 16 regions.
The winning Navy installation will be pre-
sented a letter from the president, a
Commander-in-Chief's Installation
Excellence Award flag, trophy and a mone-
tary award. Each regional nominee
receives a special recognition certification
from the Secretary of Defense.
The Installation Excellence Award was
established in 1984. One command from
each branch of service and the Defense
Logistics Agency are chosen in recognition
of outstanding efforts in shore installation
management.


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Yoga -A mind and body experience that strives to reach
a balance between challenges and ease, while meeting the
needs of the beginner and experienced yoga student.
Modifications are available for those wanting increased
stretch, relaxation, stamina or strength.
Tuesday & Thursday Noon
For a complete list of class offerings, visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil or call 542-3518.
l HA Navy Run is approaching start training
now.
April 2
2 X- ,10K Run / 5K Walk
Registration forms available in Fitness
Center, Base Gym, I.T.T. Office or, www.nasjax.navy.mil.


Retired / DoD Appreciation Days Feb. 24
Only $10 for cart and greens fee.
For details on NAS JAX Golf Club events, please call pro
shop, 542-3249.


NAUI Scuba Training and Certification offered
March 1 -April 2, $144.40
Tuesday & Thursday 6 9:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
Call indoor pool for more info, 542-2930.


Spring Camp Registration Open
-Camp runs March 21-25, 6:15 a.m. 6 p.m.
Cost based upon sliding scale.
Call Youth Activities for more information, 778-9772.


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men partici-
pate in last
year's Bass
Tournament
sponsored by
the Mulberry
Cove Marina.
This year's
tournament
will be held
April 16.


Strawberry Festival March 5
Sign up before Feb. 18
$28 for adults and $20 for children under 12.
Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon, Ga. March 19 & 20
Guided tours, historical sites, lodging, meals and
transportation included.
$152 / person, based on double occupancy.
Deadline to sign up, Feb. 24.
For details on trips or tickets, call 542-3318.


T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.
For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, call office, 542-3041.
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Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Ray (PG13)


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5
single or unaccompanied Active Duty Members. Call the
Liberty Cove Rec Center for more details, 542-3491.
SBurgers & Billards Today
PBR Bullriding Tomorrow, $20
Sign up at Liberty Cove, day of event. Transportation
provided to Orange Park Mall. Van leaves at 2 p.m.
Halo 2 Tournament Feb. 22, 6 p.m.
Sign up begins Feb. 17 and is limited to first 25.
Direct TV is here.
Watch your favorite college or pro basketball games.


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Look for more information to follow.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
For more information, call 778-
0805.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda


Star Walker at 398-8429.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association is holding
their monthly meeting Feb. 12 at
11 a.m. at Shands Jacksonville
Hospital. For more information,
call 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984,'National As-
sociation of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open
invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.


Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. They also have a
weekly get together at the Dairy
Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7
p.m. every Friday night. For
more information, call 269-5369.
The Bel-Med Athletic
Association of Clay County is
currently taking registration for
the upcoming 2005 Pop Warner
Youth Football and
Cheerleading Programs. For
more information, call 264-
1910.
The Decorative Artists of
Jacksonville will meet March 5
at Episcopal Children's
Services, 100 Bel Tel Way,
Jacksonville. For more informa-
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Racquetball tourney
A men and women's recreational and
competitive racquetball tournament will be
held Feb. 28 through March 4. The tourna-
ment will start at 5 p.m. and is free and
open to all NAS Jax active duty, reservists,
dependents over 18, retirees, and DoD/NAF
civilian employees patrons. There will be a
competitive division and a recreational divi-
sion. Sign up at the NAS Jax Gym.
Spring softball leagues forming
The following leagues will be starting in
late March: Greybeard (active duty ages 30
and up); Intramurals (active duty and
reservists only); and Women (active duty,
dependents over 18, Department of
Defense, retirees and reservists). Entry
forms and rosters are due March 5. Stop by
the gym to pick up the rules and entry forms
to join the league.
Open softball league starting
This league is open to active duty,
dependents over 18, Department of
Defense, retirees and reservists. The
league will start in late March and entry
forms and rosters are due March 5. Games
will be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays
at 4:15 p.m. Stop by the gym to pick up the


rules and entry forms to join the league.
Volleyball meeting planned'
A Captain's Cup indoor volleyball meeting
will be held March 9. The league is open to
all NAS Jax active duty personnel. The
meeting will be held in Building 850 across
next to the galley at 11:30 a.m. Games will
be played on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Friday at 11:15 a.m. and noon. Captain's
Cup points will be awarded for a command
athletic officer or designated representative
attending the meeting. The rules will be dis-
cussed and the entry forms will be distrib-
uted to join the league.
Tennis tournament slated
A Captain's Cup singles tennis tourna-
ment will be held March 28. The tournament
is free and open to all NAS Jax active duty
men and women. There will be a men and
women's division. The matches will start at
5 p.m. and will be played at the Birmingham
Tennis Courts. Individuals playing in the
tournament will earn Captain's Cup points
for their respective command. Call the NAS
Jax Gymnasium to sign up by March 25.
Skeet meeting coming up
A Captain's Cup skeet meeting will be
held March 23. The league is open to all

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NAS Jax active duty personnel. The meet-
ing will be held in Building 850 next to the
galley at 11:30 a.m. Captain's Cup points
will be awarded for a command athletic offi-
cer or designated representative attending
the meeting. The rules will be discussed and
the entry forms will be distributed to join the
league.
Soccer to begin next month
A Captain's Cup Soccer League is now
forming. The league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty commands and personnel.
Entry forms and rosters are due tomorrow
and the season is scheduled to begin in
March. Stop by the base gym to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Officials and scorekeepers
needed for games
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for
basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

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4-on-4 Flag Football
Standings
As of Feb. 18


Team
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AIMD Soldiers
HS-15
HS-75
AIMD Jax
VP-45
VP-30 E'S
VP-30 Students
Coast Guard
HS-5


Wins
7
6
6
4
3
2
2
2
2
0


Losses
1
1
1
3
4
1
4
5
6
6


Intramural Basketball
Standings
As of Feb. 18
Team Wins Losses
Air Ops 4 0
NavHosp Blue 4 1
VP-45 4 1
NCTS 3 1
NavHosp White 3 2


VP-30 O's
AIMD South
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HS-15
HS-11
VS-30
VP-16
CNATTU
AIMD North
VS-31


Greybeard Basketball
Standings
As of Feb. 18
Team Wins Losses
CNATTU 2 0
CPRW-11 2 0
AIMD 1 0
NCTS 1 0
TPU 0 1
VP-16 0 1
VP-30 0 1
VP-62 0 1
VP-45 0 2


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pcs (904) 213-4387 corner unit over 1700sf. Land Homesl783- 8385 cul-de-sac 197.500 call
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405 Apartments
Unfurnished

Tired of small apart-
ments at large prices?
We have new 1. 2 & 3 BR
apt homes w/ large
floorplans, lots of closet
space, energy eff. appis
& much more!
Call Mary 7574747

NORTHSIDE
Large 1. 2 & 3 Bedrooms.
99 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!!
No application fee.
CALL (904) 751-1510
NGD rUln CLE
Bedrooms. 642-9003
Venture Realty & Assoc.
OP/I-295 2/2 Avail; 3/2
Avi; Brand New Condos.
Gated comm. & ammen.
Avail Nowl 904-545-0019
OP 2/2, W/D ,fpl ,wetbar
storage, no pets
$650+dp. 904-264 7597

ORANGE PARK
** FREE RENT**
EXTRA LRG TOWNHM
2BR/1.SBA, 3BR/2BA,
AND 1BR FLATS.
All apts. have washer
& dryer connections &
fireplaces. BR's are a
spacious 14x12 w/ Irg
closets. Convenient to
NAS & 1-295. Walk to
OP Mall. Sparkling
pools & Clubhouse.
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$MR5585 mMo.
272-0837 DROG, INC.
Riverside 2137 #1 Oak St
efficiency, updated
$450 mo 904 733- 1090
Riverside Duplex 3/1
laundry, 2151 Forbes
$695 mo 904- 733-1090
R'SIDE near river, ch&a,
spacious hrwd firs. 2br
fpl, w/d hu $795. & Ibr
$550. Incis wtr. 731.8777
SPRINGFIELD 1/1 ch&a
new apple & carpet no
pets$425mo. 731-3518

LOCATION, LOCATION!
Mins to JU, Downtown &
Major Xpwys, Lge 1,2, &
3 bed apts scmd patios!
Mention this ad for one
month free on rent
Call Mary 745-5757


410 Condominiums

9A/Gate Reserve Lux 2bd
/2ba w/garage, Amenit
$1150m. 904-434-7461
BAYMEADOWS -Lg. 3/2, flat,
dwnstrs, on lake, avail 4/1
$1125mo. 268-4351
SFIP' Brand new 3/2.5
S1,468 s ft Great
amenities garage
pets negotiable,
$1,175 mo. A rated public
schools available 1/29/05
call (904)264- 5020
JAX BCH 2/2, Waterfront,
boat slip avail, tile firs,
$1200m. 904-237-6603
OP Brand new water-
front condo 1300sf, 3/2,
wd firing, granite cntrs,
ss apples ,24hr Fitness
Ctr, Avail in Mar. $1300
mo. Call 386-690-0886
Ortega Brand New 2/2.5
Riverfront. Stainless
appliances, w/d. $1600
a month. 321-960-2746

Ponte Vedra Beach
Resort Condo, 2/2,
fully renovated, W/D,
2nd floor, lake view,
private beach shuttle.
$1195m., 904-791-7419

PONTE VEDRA TPC 3/2
all new open kit, BA's &
Irg deck, patio hm, yard
svc Incl. $1350 m+sec.
904-285-2476 Iv. msg.
PV BCH 3/2 w/d, apple,
patio, lake view,
1250mo+dep. 854.8141

CITIHOMES OF
SAN MARCO
2 BEDROOM / BATH
UNITS 900 SO. FT.
RECENTLY UPGRADED!
UNITS SURROUND
A NICE LANDSCAPED
COURTYARD WITH POOL!
WATER INCL IN LEASE!
'$695-$795 A MONTH
SECTION 8 APPROVED.
(904) 730-8060
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP

SO'SIDE Gated w/pool,
3/2, w/d, wft with boat slip,
pets ok 1460sf $1250mo.
282-2494 or 226-3975
Westslde Brand New 3/2
condo, 5 miles to NAS
Jax, gated, pool, no
smkg/pets, $1025mo.
9Q4.5403768, 940.1630

A20 Houses
S Unfurnished

Argyle 4/2, 1800 sf, all
brick $1350/mo
DON BROWN REALTY
270-1121 or 571-7177
ARL: Nice 2Br, Kit Eqpt,
New Cpt, Paint, AC, Scr.
Porch, $550m. 724-0985
ATL BEACH- 2.5 blks to
Bch, 6blks to town ctr,
3/2 fen'd yd, pool,
$1550mo (813)655-1958


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420 Houses
4 Unfurnished

ARLINGWOOD Rent w/
option to buy 3/2
Approx 1500sf, Ir scrn
back porch. privacy
fen'd bk yrd w/ huge
tree & above grd pool
w/ deck 12x22 playhse,
$6500 down $1250mo w
/ portion going towards
down payment $126,900
owner holds mortgage
for 5 yrs pets ok w/dep.
Call Linda 904214.9483
ATLArmC BEACH
4 3/2.5/2 fenc'd bkyd. 2
story Cypress Creek
Subdv, nr schools,,
base, beach, PCS. $1050 mo
745-3219
ATLANTIC BEACH-
OCEANWALK
Super Mint 4 BR. 2.5
BA. Great family area.
Walk to private beach
and pool. LR w/
fireplace, DR. FR. huge
kitchen w/granite.
new carpet, new
baths. Lg 2 car gar.
Must see. $2,150
(904)247-9847
ATLANTIC BLVD.
3/2/2 Sutton Lakes.
SI Lake view home 1398
sf + Large Patio
Cul-de-sac available Early
April 904 645-6570 $1400
Negotiable
AVOND -1924, 3/2, ch&a.
wd hkup. FP 1500sf, sm
pet ok, $1250. 465-3301.
AVONDALE
HOME FOR RENT -
3bdrm hm w/ 1900sf
on tree-lined street In
Avondale. Hdwood floors,
gas fireplace and security
system. Updated kitchen
and oversized master suite
that opens up to sun porch.
Large back yard with brick
patio and wood playset.
W/D hookup. $1350. per
month. PIs 904.742.2916
CF & HAS 1BR $545
Quiet. Pet OK Refs Req
(904) 778-2897
E. ARL Waterfront
904-641-8460.
Bring your Boat!

EAGLE HARBOR/FLEM ISL
TH 4/3 $1400/
4/2 $1350/1500/$1600.
KERNAN 3/2 $1295.
KERNAN 4/2 $1350.
Baymdws TH 2/2 $900
Norton Prop. Mgmt.
904-868-2754

Eagle Harbor
4/3. fenced yard, $1,700mo
inc alarm & lawn service
(904)614-1479


S Houses
420 Unfurnished
4 Fleming Island Plan-
tation Brand new 2/2.5
1,268 sf Resort lifes-
tyle, Plus A rated
public schools, available
3/12005 $ 1.150 rent 51.150
dep 904264-5020
SFLEM ISL-3/2 home
Snew appi Ig fen yd
SI w/pooI, pool ser-
vice inc. avail 3/1


1600sf 75-9662 or
276-3000 contact Alex
4 FOR SALE 4 Bed-
S room, 3 Bath, 2100
square feet, PVB Awe-
some location, schools,
shopping, beach $366, 000.
28-0111 PCS
FRUIT COVE -2600sf, 3/2
+ game room, crk ,acre
+ $1500 349-7503
House for rent
.I Westside. 3BR/2BA,
SBig Yard. No pets.
t $750. Call 783-1780 or
434-6417. Leave message.
SHWY 220 3/2, gar.
fncd bkyd, close to
oeNAS and daycare, nice
n'hood, $865 + dep.
Call 904-287-3149 -
ICW/Hunters Ridge 3/2
w/sunroom. 1800+/- sf,
$1,450/mo incl lawn car.
DON BROWN REALTY
270-1121 or 571-7177
ICW/PABLO BAY 5/3,
wtr view, club hse,pool
$1950m. 904-349-0855
ICW 4/2 Bentwater
Place, Brand new
1 1600sf, good
schools close to
Mayport Station.
PCS. Call 904535307
$1350/mo.

INTERCOASTAL -
3/2 $1350 mth
12574 Richards Rook Ln.
close commute to Navsta
Mayport. Kensington
Gardens Comm. Clubpool
please call 904-737-2455

Jax Beach, 3BR/2.5BA
2000sf TH 1 block to
ocean, $2400mo. 1 mo
FREE RENT. 899-3219
JAX GOLF & C.C 4/3,
2530sf, 2c gar, fncd bck
w lagoon & scr. lanai.
Pristine. Avail May 1st
$2600mo. 904-859-9100
JCP West Branch, 4/2
$1400mo. 782 S. Lilac
loop. Call Paul 230-8439


3 0 3

(94)73-86


ARGYLE
8242 Dover Cliff Ct
3/2 1880SF $1020


MIDDLEBURG
2903 Biloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $975


8098 Leafcrest Drive 2864 TuscaroraTrail
3/2 1605 $995 3/2 1412SF $895


9580 Croxley Court
4/2 1745SF $1150

7313 Fox Grove Drive
4/2 1862SF $1050

8109 Great Valley Tr
3/2 1122SF $875

8317 Periwinkle Ct
3/21300SF $825

9576 Stratham Ct
3/2 1508SF$995

ARLINGTON
11185 Ridgetop Lane
3/2 1384SF $1050


1828 Dartmouth
4/2 1745SF $1050
1/2 OFF 1ST
MONTHS RENT!

3572 Whisper Crk
Blvd
4/2 1745SF $1075

1863 Sherwood Dr
3/2 1280SF $795


MANDARIN
4271 Windergate Dr
2/2.5 1280SF $775


WESTSIDE
11631 Tannger Drive 4412 Deer Valley Dr.
3/2.5 1440SF $850 3/2 1570SF $995


1174 Romaine Cir W
2/2.5 1400SF $825


593 Radnor Lane
3/2 1296SF $875


ICW 8657 Great Pine Ln V
13326 Currituck Dr 2/2 13405F $750
4/2 1670SF $1050


13198 Ebbtide Court
3/2 1940SF $1125

SOUTHSIDE
8601 Beach Blvd.
#1105
3/2 1481SF $1100
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!

OAKLEAF
PLANTATION
3128 Litchfield Drive
3/2 1312SF $1025

1539 Cotton Clover
4/2 1828SF $1285


4471 Loveland Pass
Drive West
3/2 1374SF $995

8018 Loveland Pass.
3/2 1569SF $1050

9255 Whisper Glen
Drive North
4/2 14505F $1050

6075 Delmar Place
2/1 900SF $650

1373 Ellis Trace Drivi
2/2 998SF $625


420 Houses
4 Unfurnished

JUL CRK 3/2 GR/LR/DR,
Irg eat-in kit, frpl, pool,
scrn porch, nice yd 2
car gar $1500. 631-4225
Julington Creek
Plantation 5/3 2825
sq ft 3 car garage
upscale n'hood
fenced, small pets ok$2250
mo. $ 2250 dep Available
now (904) 699-1474
.MAND. sccsf, 3/2
T 2car gar, frig, fncd,
S 1/5acre, sprinkler,
1200LS+dep. PCS
(904)553-8496
MAND. TOWNHOME
3br/3ba 2000sf fenced
yard, tile firs, berber.
fpl, avail immed.
$1150mo+dep 612-0850.
MANDARIN'S BEST
Rentals $625-$2500
REALTY FAIR 268-1313
MANDARIN 1/5
acre, fenced lot,
3/2 att. garage,
tlw/d hkup. Fridg.
D/wash, $1100 per
month + Deposit/
904-553-8496
MANDARIN newly renov.
3/2, Ig lot, pool, scrnd
porch Fpl, $1495mo.
Call 268 3500 or 708 3500
MANDARIN TH 2/2.5 on
pond, ch/a, fpl, Eat. n. kit.,
$25mo. 904,731-3518
MAYPORT LANDING 2/2
TH $625 w/milltary
allotment. Avail now
683-4212
M'BURG nr H.S. 4/2,
2000sf, lac fncd yd,
pets ok, $1250mo + opt
2 acres 4 horses,
282-2494 or 226-3975
MIDDLEBURG
2800sf, 4bdrm, 3
3 |/fenced acres. 4
stall barn. $1400m.
301-737-6095
904-993-8162
NEPT BCH Almost ocean
front, 3/2.5, gar, lawn
svc $2200mo. 241-5009
N'SIDE, RTO 550 E. 61st St
3/1, ch/a, fncd yd, LR, DR,
$725m. 904-249-0904
N'SIDE 3/1, freshly
painted in/out, stove,
fridge, gas hkup for
dryer. $800m+$500dp.
904 757- 7725/757- 8375
No calls after 8pm.
Nside Amelia View 4/3 2c
gar, boat dock $1400mo.
904.301.4383, 561.866.5286
Nside New Constr -
Dunn's Creek 3/2 W/D'
1629sf; $1495mo. Call
707-3584; 612-5078
O.P/ OAKLEAF -New 4/2
Walk to incl. amenities
$1325/mo. 904-278-8934
OAKLEAF new 3/2,
$1250mo. 1324sf. w/d,
amenities, 378-3036
OCEANWAY/ CEDAR PT
RD 3/2, $1100mo.
982-7448
OP/OAKLEAF, 3/2
NEW 1500+sf. great
amenities, $1300mo.
avail 3/1 904-285-0040
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2, new,
w/d & refrig, avail,
$1275-$1350 264-1425
OP 3/1.5 w/lrg FR &
Wkshop, ch/a. $800+d
No pets. 904-840-1540
SOP5/3 2500sf. LR,FR,
T DR. FP, POOL, Spa, dbl
gar, wooded. miles
NAS $1400. 505-1071
OP Club Continental 3/3
1 car garage, frplc,
ch&a, $1400mo 272.5202
S OP New Ig 1/1
Condo, pool side
i l w/d hookup, 5
mins to NAS, avail
March 21st $835
904-806- 1188
OP SOUTH 3/2, 2 car
$975mo. 1st/last + 600.
dep. 1857 Creekbank Dr.
No Pets. 2644970
OP SOUTH Lrg 4/2+Ofc.
2car gar, fncd yd, fpl.
$1200m. 904- 742- 2459
SOrtega Hills 3/1
Hardwood floors
deck carport storage
shed fenced yard
$850 mo.
Call 4064477 for more Info
SORTEGA HILLS 3/L
Fenced shed,
carport $850m.
Call 406-4477 for
more info.


YULEE
ORANGE PARK 86748 Worthington
1965 Oak Twist Court Drive
3/2.5 1516SF $865 3/2 13835F $965


420 Houses
SUnfurnished

ST. JOHNS CO. Brand new
in Heritage Landing 4br.
$1395m. lyr lease.
Comm. pool/recreation.
Avail now. Call 223-6443
1605 Map Makers Way.
TINSELTOWN 2/1 cute
bik home recent renov,
ch/a. $720/m imo dp
262-1892 OR 705-4171
WESTSIDE 1250sf brick
home with CH&A, 3 or 4
BR/1BA, new paint, ww
crpt Florida room. pvy
fen bk yd, patio &I/G
pool, 10 minutes to NAS
Jax $800mo + $600 dep.
No inside pets. Call
278-1819 leave name
and phone number for
evening return call.

425 Manufactured
Homes

S3/2 HOME -For
rent, great com-
munity pool,
clubhouse $680mo
plus deposit. 307-0502
leave message please.
98' Fleetwood
L Mobile Home
S 16x8o 3Br/Ba.
G Quiet restricted
Westside Park. Asking
$28, 500. 317-0801 or
301-2118
Lease to Purchase a
Brand New Home at the
Beaches. Even with
less than perfect credit
Leases start at $675.
Great community with
pool, clubhouse. Call
now won't last. (904)
223-1530. Ask for
Tammy.
M'BURG/CLAY HILL -DW
3/2, 1700sf, $900m, good
crdt/ref's. 904,282-1791
STORAGE 12x60
mobile home $255
mo. weekly avail-
able unfurn inside
nolease phone
535-8690 additional
Info refs needed.

430 Roommates

4/2.5 In Argyle to share
with NS male 40+ $420mo
inc utis/cbl/dsl 534- 8606
MANDARIN. 2/2.5 town-
house. $400 month, 1/2
utilities. 880-5931.
MANDARIN $500 inclds
everything 880-5073
422-7923

RIVERSIDE
3 Bedroom
2 Bathroom
Apartment.
Room with private
bath. Quiet
roommates.
Beautiful home!
Great location!
Available 02/26
$500/mo + 1/3 util.
$300 dep. required.
CALL 654 6726.

S'slde 3/2.5 TH cable
internet, gated. No smk
/pets $600mo. 233-0388.
SWM seeks male
roommate $60wk,
incl. utilities. Pvt
room has TV/VCR
W/D. Call 771-8225

435 Rooms
to Rent

IBr in 3Br/2Ba
house $600mo.
il)utils, cable, wash
Included, kitchen
living, dinning rm avail
Call 717-856-0371
ARI. Merrill Rd., Great
N'borhood, $395m, furn.,
inI Il ili 7n0.-nl.1l-n


440 vacation
Resorts
ST. Augustine Beach
OceanFront Condo,
sleeps 4 pool, 2 TV's.
kit Special $695wk.
352-376-9644 www
oldcity.com/oceannront






Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial,'
Inaustrial for Rent
57 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail Office Space
for Rent

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or Andrea 904.223.3267
904.504.4574
HOUSEKEEPE/CAREGIVER
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Honest, Dependable,
Good Ref's. 642-9003


702 Customer
Service

LUMBER DISTRIBUTION
SALES SUPPORT
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& Data Entry Exp.
Fax Resume 90478 -9838


705 Financial
LOAN OFFICERS &
SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST
LO positions are 100%
commission based with
annual earnings from
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ales industries & ENG
/SPA speaking appli-
cants preferred. Email
rpatrick@firstcoasttrust.com
SALES/FIN & INS MGR-
Must have some exp in
either car or motor-
cylce industry 778-0941


707 Driver
DRIVER- class
A/Hazmat. Wholesale
distrb seeks local
driver/Mofit exp a plus.
100% employee owned.
Earn stock while you
work Apply 1720 -0002
Lewis IndustriaL Dr. Jax
DRIVER for Candy Dis-
tributor. Must have CDL
B Lic. start at $10/hr
benefits, occasional
over night, Apply:
13910 Alvarez Rd., Ste
112 off Duval Rd. Fax
resume 482- 0561.


707 Driver

A $1000 BONUS FOR
EXP'D PETRO DRIVERS
Florida Rock & Tank
Lines, Inc.
Minimum requirements:
-2 yrs tractor trailer exp.
year exp. with certify.
SClean MVR
o No DUI's
SClass A CDL w/hazmat
& tanker endorsement.
S25yrs of age & over.
Benefits
Min. pay guarantee.
- 401K/Profit sharing.
SPaid vacation.
- Paid sick leave.
SMedical/Dental /Vision
- Company paid Life Ins.
SSafety bonuses etc. for
you & your spouse.
* short & long term dis-
ability insurance
Call (904) 356-2456 or
Apply in person at
5714 Buffalo Ave.

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DELIVERY DRIVER w/
warehouse duties.
Entry level, $7.50hr.
Apply in person at The
Parts House 10321 For-
tune Parkway Bldg 400
Drug Free workplace.


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NOW HIRING
LOCAL ROUTE DRIVERS
South Florida's fastest
growing food service
distributor is seeking
local route drivers
in Jacksonville to deliver
groceries and food
service products to res-
taurants, hotels and
other retail customers.
Must have clean driv-
ing record and Great
customer service skills.
$65,000 yearly earning
potential with
complete benefit
package including free
health insurance and
matching 401K plan.
CHENEY BROTHERS
One Cheney Way,
Riviera Beach, FL
Fax application to
HR Department
561-845-4705
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cheneybrothers.com


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707 Driver

CLASS B CDL
DELIVERY
DRIVER
Minimum 2 yrs verifi-
able driving exp. Good
MVR. Heavy lifting.
Physical drug screen &
criminal background
check conducted.
Excellent benefits. Call
Jim 348-2420

Company Drivers
$1000 Sign on Bonus
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on bonus
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most
weekends
Co. starting ay
$.30-.32/mie
O/OP pay $.85/mile
+ fue supplement
L .01Safen Bonus
n Medical Dental 401k
Wkly Service Bonus
Call Greg w
00 723 3424 for info




DRIVER/RUNNER familiar
with Jax area. Relaible,
professional & orga-
nized Hrs: 11am-4pm
$7.50/hr reliable
vehicle, cell phone fax
resume 722-3209

Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
2 yrs food deliver exp.
helpful, $9/hr. Please
have MVR when applying.
DRIVERS
Local Budweiser dis-
tributor seeking FT
driver to run estb sh'd
local route. Class. A CDL
lic. or permit req'd.
Must have good driv-
ing record, pass drug
scrn & bckgrnd chk's'
omp. pay &bnfit pkg.
Apply i person at
3601 Regeni Bvd, Jax, FL 32224
Drgree Workplace. OE.
Driver
Tired of the same dead
end Job?
Join a winning team that
has been Jacksonville's
leader in transporta-
tion for over 20 years!
Average take home
$500-$700 plus week!
Be your own boss, make
your own schedule!
rI interested call Tim
Collins 355-8294 or
Brian Jeffo at 249-6289
DUVAL TAXI New com-
pany, Drivers Wanted,
shift & F. Choose your
own hours; must be at
least 25 yrs old. Many
cars avail. Call 391-1616
LIMITED DRIVING
POSTmONS
Start at $0.37 cents per
mile. Home on Week-
ends. 2005 Tractors
w70in slpr. 50% drop &
hook/Regional lanes.
Exc. Benefits. Class A
CDL, 2 yrs exp &
acceptable MVR req'd.
Call Summit Logistics
Services (800)591- 5586.
M|l ,11'lW;,1:4'J ; -M
Exp'd & inexp. Great
earning potential &
Benefits! Get home
often! Call AMG Toll
Free 1(866)374-0764
WHEELCHAIR DRIVERS
Must know city well &
be able to travel. DFWP
N/S. Apply at 2144
RosselleSt. Ask forMr.
Allen or Mr. Taylor.
No phone calls.




Helper: No 'exp. required.
Advancement pos-
sible.
Machinist: Lathe,
Bridgeport or CNC.
Experience or voca-
tional training.
APPLY AT:
Blair Machine & Tool,
8665 Philips Hwy.
ASSEMBLERS- needed at
energy products com-
pany. FT, light indus-
trial, able to read tape
measure, read &
understand written
orders, attention to
detai & lift 50+lbs. HS
dip. able to pass short
aptitudend drug test.
W. Jax Call 904-6600 or
fax res 904-786.1775
BRICK MASONS NEEDED
FT. Exp'd only work.
Call 591.9769
CABINET BUILDERS
$14/hr + start. Good
benefits, needed
immed. Call 751-1455
DANIS CONSTRUCTION,
a local general contrac-
tor seeking exp'd
Form Carpenters, nish
Carlenters arpenters'
Heper and Laborers.
Contact
Pam Sullivan at 724-6045
x12 EOEM/F/D/V.
CARPENTERS
& HELPERS
for Resld Iraming
Benefits avail.
Sub crews OK. 778 8267

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form. Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits,
paid holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800-693-78318
DFWP/EOE
COMM. CONSTRUCTION
SUPERINTENDENT 10 YRS
EXP. CALL 992-97801
CONCRETE FORM
CARPENTERS. CARPEN-
TER HELPERS, AND
LABORERS wanted, for
high-rise concrete
construction In
Jacksonville area.
Call 904-491-8933
Concrete Working Fore-
man for High-rise
construction in Jack-
sonville area. Experi-
enced ONLY. Call
904-491-8933.
CARPENTER
LEw reoulred For li3al
CImm. gI n c-ntr.
f3< resume 1O904.i .i95S31
or cal1 37a.5927
CONSTRUCTION WORK
for Nal'i contractor
Must pass drug test &
have salid dr. Ilc. veri-
fiable rers. & be able to
travel throughout the
coun rlllr llah
Pipe FItters
SCombo Welders
Insulators
Electridans
Ironworlkers.
Call 8002T7 2117
CONST SUPERINTIENDENT
Comm.gen Contractor/5
yrs exp req / restau-
rant exp a plus. Fax
resume 904 -260-1492
CRANE OPERATOR Class
A CDL req. Jax area.
Exp'd Top pay 237 2959
CRANE OPERATORS
CDL Class B req.
904-268-3401
DRYWALL HANGERS,
FRAMERS & FINISHERS
for General Contractor.
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
477-9437 Fax: 268 8995
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For reslaential area OT
Jacksonville & sur-
rounding counties. Call
Claude 904-646-5793
Ext11
ELECTRICIANS -
JOURNEYMEN &
HELPER -Comm/ resid
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
Call 721-4044
American Electric 8751
Atlantic Blvd.
UNDERGROUND ITILITY
CO. Seeking Exp'd.
PIPE LAYER &
OPERATORS WITH
EXPERIENCE
Apply 395 Corporate Way
O.P. 904-278-1736
FORM CARPENTERS &
CONCRETE FINISHERS-
Immed openings. Palm
Coast area. Must have
tools & transpt. Call
757-739-4374 for appt


710 Industrial]
710 A Trades

GARAGE DOOR
INSTALLER NEEDED full
time or piece work EXP
only with tools
731-4100
GRINDING/DRILLING- for
steel mfg. will train start
@ $7/hr DFWP 781-2809
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
INSTALLERS
Batts & Blown,
Exp'd & trainees needed.
FL drivers lic req'd
2800 Clyde Rd. 733-9188
IRRIGATION LABORERS
for high volume land-
scape co. in Jax Area.
Only ambitious and
highly motivated indi-
viduals need apply.
Experience a plus but
will train right person.
Great pay. benefits,
vac. 401K 88-238-0939
ext 3 or 352-516-6991
MACHINE OPERATOR/
WELDER -
Rubin Iron Works has
immediate openings for
experienced machine
operators. Must have
exp. w/ pressbrake,
shear, plate rolls &
angle rolls. Welding exp
is a plus. Apply In per-
son at: Rubin Iron
Works, 608 Carmen St.
Jax Fl 32206
MACHINIST/MECHANIC
to work Power Plant -
Outage 904 633. 5001
MACHINIST -1st Class
2nd Shift only. EOE.
Besco Inc. 783-4504
Maintenance Set Up
Mandarin. 40 hrs/wk,
some Sats & Sundays.
Retired military wel-
come. Jacksonville
Jewish Ctr 268-4200x150

Positions avail w/large
Southside apt commu-
nity. National mgmt co
w/great potential for
advancement AC cert or
general maint. req'd.
Must have HVAC cert For
large property in Jax.
Great bnts w/ 401K
retirement plan, paid
vacation. Pay based on
exp. Fax resume to
904448-8835 Attn: Jim

Positions avail w/large
Southside apt commu-
nity. National mgmt co
w/great potential for
advancement AC cert or
general maint req'd.
Must have HVAC cert. For
large property in Jax.
Great bnts w/ 401K,
rirement plan, paid
vacation. Pay based on
exp. Fax resume to
904-448-8835 Attn: Jim
PAINTERS & HELPERS
NEEDED DL & vehicle
a must. Experience
prefd. 696-9016
PAINTERS NEEDED. Trans
& tools req'd w/exp.
$10-$13/hr. 899-2229
PAINTERS- with expe-
rience Own tools &
trans, Call 545-7041
PIPE LAYERS & EQUIP-
MENT OPERATORS.
Call 786-2707
PLUMBER- for commer-
cial trims. Must have
valid drivers license
Gary Rogers Plumbing
Co. 765-7964
PLUMBERS Exp'd w/good
Dr. Lic. Rapid Dispatch
Plumbing 398-0321
PRODUCTION WORKERS
Detailed oriented.
Bilingual in English/
Spanish a plus.
904-741-4140
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POSITION- Experience
in precast & brick work.
Call Jax 880- 6727or St
Aug 904-808-9970
STAIR INSTALLER- have
2 yrs wood stair or
related rough carpen-
try exp needed. Must
have valid Fl DL Good
knowledge of Jax area.
Call 407-581-7001
SUPERINTENDENT
for Interior Contractor
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
477 9437 Fax: 268-8995
Technicians
LIesiream Holdings, a
3gro.-.g St. Johns County
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older seeks experienced
held technicians, for
inilallloion and mainte-
nan. e oi an 860 MHz cable
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aro and benefits. Please
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TENT INSTALLERS- Party
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management exp a
plus Call 739-3500
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WELDERS
Manufacturing plant
in Palatka has per-
manent full-time
welder positions.

CRANE
OPERATOR
Manufacturing plant
in Palatka has per-
manent full-t/me
crane operator
position. Crane
operator should have
verifiable experience
in locomotive, truck
or crawler crane.


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excellent benefits
including paid holl-
days, vacations, 401K,
medical, dental and
vision for both posi-
tions.
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EEM/F/H/V

@ WorkurcS
or fax resume to
(386) 325 -0584


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Drug screening & criminal check required for all
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710 Industrial/ 712 Mechanic
Trades


WINDOW SERVICE
TECH-INSTALLERS &
WINDOW WHOSE MAN-
AGER-For Jax fastest
growing window co.
Please call 861-0381
FOR INFO & APPT
711 Marine
711 Trade

CHIEF ENGINEER FT,
40/per wk. Bnfts pkg
avail. DDE min. req.
St. Johns River Ferry vc.
Attn: Wayne Toole
904.241 9969 x10
Marine Contractor needs
the following: Crane
Operators, Welders,
Deckhand, Mechanics
and Tug Captain.
Experienced Only.
Fax your resume to:
904-249-7774 or call
904-249-2998.
PERSONAL WATERCRAFT
TECH Exp'd. for busy
Tallahassee Honda,
Kawasaki, Sea Doo &
Yamaha dealership In.
Bnfts. 850- 576- 6326

712 Mechanic

S Johnson Controls

Is seeking
Vehicle Mechanics
Heavy Equipment
Mechanics
To join our TEAM
dedicated to provid-
ing timely, superior
quality operations
and maintenance
support to the U. S.
Navy at Naval Station
Mayport.
Qualified applicants
must, as a condition
of employment, pos-
sess current National
Institute for Auto-
motive Service Excel-
lence (ASE) certifi-
cation and be
experienced in ana-
lyzing malfunctions,
determining repair,
rebuilding, overhaul-
ing and replacement
of major & minor
parts and assemblies
of automobiles,
buses, trucks, cranes
and heavy equipment.
JC-H provides com-
petitive compensa-
1tion, Vehicle
Mechanic $18.08 per
hour, Heavy Equip-
ment Operator $18.53
per hour & a benefits
package through the
union that includes a
medical plan, dental
plan & life Insurance.
Paid vacation, paid
personal time off, a
retirement account,
plus a 401k plan.
JC-H is a drug free
environment, equal
opponunity empilo er
Please contact
Frank Kane or
Rosa McClain
904 542 0561
or send resume to
NAS Jacksonvlille. FL 2212
fax 904 573 0644
e-mail
Kanefnti rbor I.chcom

DRIVABILTY TECH ASE
cert prei Top pay rncl
bonus & oDrts 5 dais
DFWP S'Slde 891 6947
MOBILE TRAILER MECH.
LExp Mechanc needed
Must have too00 & good
DL eic Day.874 405.1
R & R TECHNICIAN
needed for Transmils
sion Shop. Tools req'd
MIF. 904 353 99;7


Support
your military
newspaper.
The best bargain
in town.
h rCaia -, Acerrj,,g
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MECHANIC JOBSI
Companies In the Jack-
sonville are aggres-
sively seeking people
with all levels of expe-
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dreds of occupations.
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713 Legals

CASE MANAGER
Major plaintiff law firm
seek case manager for
PI dept. Exp. in all ins. -
related aspects of auto
/PIP cases, adjusters
exp. a plus, good writ-
ing, organization &
customer service skills
required. Fax resume
to 90439 82334
LEGAL JOBS
Companies in the Jack-
sonville are aggres-
sively seeking people
with all levels of expe-
rience for jobs in hun-
dreds of occupations.
These employers will
never know who you are,
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aho y, ou are
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714 Insurance
220 with non- standard
exp. TOP PAY!
Call 58& 5508

INSURANCE SALES
On a Dead End Career
Path Own your own
Business Leads,
Benefits, Renewals
229-890-1234 Sherry

715 Management/
Professional

AUDITOR
The State of Florida
Auditor General seeks
applicants for Auditor
positions Statewide.
Applicants must meet
the requirements of the
FL State Board of
Accountancynfor takinn


the CPA exam or have a
FL CPA Certificate.
Starting salary is
$35,808 (38.328 In Bro-
ward, Miami-Dade,
Monroe. and Palm
Beach counties) or
salary commensurate
with level of experi-
ence. Excellent
Employer-Paid Ben-
efits Package. Call
850-487-9178 or visit
our Web site at
www.state.fl.us/audgen
Equal Opportunity
Employer


Executive
Director

Local Non. profit
agency has opening
for Executive Direc-
tor.
Minimum require-
ments include
SBA In Social Science
Two yrs experience
in non- prfit-grant
writing a mnist r.-
tion and working witn
children and families



Send resume
and letters of
reference to:
Executive Director
P.O Box 374St.
Augustine, Fl 32085


Management
Litestream Holdings, a
growing St Johns County
cable and broadband pro-
vider, seeks a Construction
Manager to report to the VP
of Operations overseeing
construction of cable sys-
tems in St Johns County.
Competitive salary and
benefits. Please e-mail let-
ter and resume to
admin@lltestreamholdlngs.
net.

MGMT
HEALTH NUTS
Ex-athlete looking for
Indlv's to help expand
nat'l health 8 envir Co.
Rapio adv & comDeti-
tlve comp. plan.
739 0187

RBHS has the
following openings:

Case Manager
Adults
BA/BS In Human Ser-
vices field. Entry level.

Outreach
Counselor
Services for homeless/
mental nealth/sub-
stance abuse popu.
nation. Masters level.
For more info, please
call 743 1883. Apply in
person (9a.m..4 p.m.,
M F only) or mail
resume to RBHS,
Human Resources.
900 University Blvd.
North. Suite 700 (7th
Floor), Jacksonville, FL
32211. Fax resume to
7435109.
EOE/ A DRUG FREE
wnOKPlACF I


715 Management/
Professional

ORANGE PARK
ARGYLE
WATSON
REALTY CORP
Join the #1 Real Estate
Co. In Jax. We will teach
you the Secrets of
Success. License class
begins soon. 421-7610




SUPERVISOR Parking Co.
Exp in parking, hotel,
retail, food, helpful.
Word/Exc a must min lyr
college. Fax resume
858-9799 $12/hr
Noon-9-5/6 days


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715 Management/
S Professional


PUBLIC
SERVICE AID
The Clay County Sher-
ffs Office is accept-
ng applications for
Public Service Aid a
full-time civilian
position handling
minor traffic acci-
dents, non-confron-
tational calls. Train-
ng provided.
Uniforms provided.
Must have a high
school diploma /GE,
valid FL drivers
license. Salary $10
per hour. EOE, drug
-free workplace.
Deadline for sub-
mitting app. March 4.
2005. For application,
(904) 213-6040


720 Medical



To provide medical
oversight of psychi-
atric patients at
inpatient crisis sta-
bilization facilities.
FT Days and on-call
responsibilities.
For more info, please
call 743-1883. Apply in
person (9a.m.-4p.m.,
M-F only) or mail
resume to RBHS,
Human Resources,
900 University Blvd.
North, Suite 700 (7th
Floor), Jacksonville, FL
32211. Fax resume to
743.5109. EOE/A Drug
Free Workplace.


The City of Jacksonville

One Organization..So Many

Opportunities

www.coj.net

Park Maintenance Supervisor
Skilled craft work in supervising the
maintenance and construction of
parks, playgrounds, athletic fields,
and related facilities and equipment.


Contract Manager
(Nutrition Services Program Manager)
Monitor and provide technical assis-
tance to organizations which receive
funding from or participate in Jack-
sonville Children's Commission
sponsored nutrition programs.


Librarian

Cataloging, collection development
and maintenance, circulation,
research and reference services, con-
ducting library tours, supervising a
small unit or clerical staff, and coor-
dinating various system-wide library
activities.


Firefighter
Extinguishing fires, and responding to
emergency medical calls, hazardous
materials incidents, and other
emergencies.


Please visit our website at www.coj.net for
detailed job information and application
instructions. NOTE: Most jobs close within
one week of advertisement. Internet access
can be obtained at any Jacksonville Public
Library, or at City Hall/Human Resources, 117
W. Duval St., Suite 100,
Jacksonville, FL 32202.


EO/EA Prel


ence in appoint
veterans and elii


nt will be given
lie spouses.


720 Medical
CT/ MRI TECH PT OR
FT, position open
immed Flex hrs. Exp
only with Toshiba & GE. Exc
pay. Fax 904-242-9748

Needed for busy OB/GYN
office. Exp a must.
Fax resume 904 398 0166


Full-time
Pharmacist
Exceptional
compensation@ U.S.
Naval Base, Jacksonville
Call 888 453 4442.
fax resume
305 573.4447 or
emarmol@rgbgroup.com

HEALTH CARE JOBS
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sonville are aggres-
sively seeking people
with all levels of expe-
rience for jobs in hun-
dreds of occupations.
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what skills you have.and
your desire to work for
one of these companies,
until you let them know
who you are.
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* Nursing #52
* Pharmacy #54
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E gle Grou, nras an
immediate opening or
a HIPAA C.mpliance
Soeclals.t I iCS ati tn.?
Navy r.liCd 3 Cr.[er in
Jacksonumile Tni- HCS
snali serve as a con
suitant and pr iO.
HIPAA compliance sEr.
vice in Gar AnalimSi
Ocljr e Sc An Isis C-moI,-ance
Docmrrent Eimon and
WOrk Base Train.ng
E-mail resumes io'
i- ra igi ,ir-.ua,-i .,.-,IT,
ApplI on line at
aw, eaglegroup.ni corn
o.r Fax resume to
4101-.766 Ilr9 Equal
ODporiur., it Empl.:.y r
M'F,V',D


720 Medical

MA
Neurological practice
looking for a reliable,
organized self moti-
vated certified medical
assistant (MA) w/both
front & back office exp.
insurance knowledge
recommended.
Fax resume to:
904.363.5786
MEDICAL EQPT CO
hiring exp'd delivery
tech & RT. 449-9490
MOTORIZED LIFT
CHAIR Works
good. Asking $200
OBO. Contact
Campbells at 786-4406.
OFFICE MANAGER
for medical office
located in Fernandina.
Must have previous
mgmt Exp in the
medical field. You can
fax resume to attn HR
at 904 398. 5653 or email
jobs@bgclinic.com
OFF MGR 5yrs exp.
$12hr/20hrs/wk. Tues/
Thurs/Sat. Fax 272 6534
OFFICE MANAGER-
growing med practice
seeks FToffice Mgr. to
oversee busy office &
dedicated staff. Ideal
candidate has previous
mgmt exp in med ofc,
knowledge of billing &
coding. Comp salary
Benf pkg. Fax resume
to 904.620-9769
OPTICAL LAB MGR-exc
Day benefits apply at
58Blanding Blvd

Igi] 'm [,1W |I ;II 'M
Navy seeks individuals
only for full time con-
tract position at NH
Jacksonville, FL. NOT A
CIVIL SERVICE POSI-
TION. Benefits include
malpractice coverage,
paid vacation, holidays,
& competitive pay.
Selection will be based
on experience, training,
references, and edu-
cation. The application
package RT-05-05 may
be downloaded from
http://www.nmlc.med.navy
.mll/acquisitions/isa.asp
on 02/18/05, by e-mail to
Acquisitions@NMLC.me
d.navy.mil (NOTE: Ref-
erence "Application
RT-05.05 Code 021K" in
email Subject Line.), or
call 301 6192062.

New Adult Mental
Health Crisis Stabili-
zation Unit has the fol-
lowing opportunities
available immediately
to people who want to
make a difference in the
lives of others:

Charge RNs
FT Days, Evenings

Mental Health
Techs
Various locations
FT. PT Weekends. PRH.
direct care
For more ra ni. Dileale
call 43. 1883. FT puilj
lons offer oenefIii.
PRN. Risi and LPNs.
MHTi alAaiy wrlcomne.
AoOly in person
(9a rr, 4 p.m.. M. F
cinl., or m il resume [o
RBHS. Humrn
Reiources. 9r00 tin,Per
sirv Blu. Nonn. Sutre
700 itn FI rl.r) lai*..
sonvlle. FL 32211. fFad
resume to743. 5109.
tE,. A cRuG rFLEE
vORcPtL ACE


River Garden Hebrew Home
Always Recruiting for the Best!

RN'S
LPN's
C.N.A's

Interested?
Contact Human Resources, 11401 St.
Augustine Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32258,
(904) 260-1818. Fax (904)886-7768.
aaw.rivergarden.org
Drug Free Workplace


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720 Medical



for G practice. Excellent
benefits &
Please fax resumes to
904-265-6471.


RN FT & PT Orange Park
Pre, post op, OR & pain
exp. helpful. No wknds,
no shifts! Fax resume
904 276 .4462 Attn:
Clinical Director CSC




Senior Home Carm, IIc.


EtNXourang a Lfrslxrol wrp.-vandnu <
RNs & RN-Intake
Coordinator
Full time
Immediate openings full
time to cover Duval,
Clay, Baker, St. johns
and Nassau Counties.
One year healthcare
experience required;
Medicare home health
preferred.

Also available Per Diem
HHAs, Rns and OTs

Please Visit our website
www.seniorhomecare.net
Mail resume to: SHC
9428 Baymeadows Rd,
Bldg 3, Suite 350
Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Ph: 800-616-8410 or
Fax 904-730-3326
EOE Drug-Free
Workplace


WHEELCHAIR
Hovaround
motorized, 5+
tt years old, runs
good. Asking $350 OBO.
Call Campbells at
786-4406



723 Dental

PT HYGIENIST @ BEACH
Fax resume to 273-5674.
Contact Nancy at Call
273-9353.



724 Education
Primrose School seeks
FT infant through
school age Teachers.
Julington Crk 230-2828


725 OffieeI
Gr e n Clerical

Growing Co. servicing
the Insurance Comm. is
seeking an energetic
customer friendly indiv.
to handle day to day
office functions. Email
word document con-
taining cover letter
w/sal. history & resume
to: chrisfunkck@aol.com
ADMIN ASST needed for
OP company; Must be
proficient in MS Word,
Excel, PPT. Outlook;
must have exc written
/oral skills; exp. needed
in bid review & bid
prep. process. Email
resume & ref's to
register jregco.com
or fax to 904-213-7833
EOE. DFWP.
Administrative
Assistant
Litestream Holdings, a
growing St. Johns County
cable and broadband pro-
vider, seeks a Administra-
tive Assistant. Opportunity
to join a growing company.
Excellent computer and
communications skills
required. Please email let-
ter and resume to
admin@litestreamholdings.
net
ADMIN SUPPORT/CON-
STRUCTION: Proficient
in MW, Excel, Quickbks,
Gen office duties.
organizational skills. FT
position. Need ASAP.
mail resume w/ sal-
ary requirements to
diannel@fdn.com
TELEMARKETERS with
exp. enthusiastic indv.
who are willing to$$$$
morning & evening hrs
Call Jack 886-4664
CLERK EARN $17 $28/hr,
Filing, Mortgage Ins.
Refunds. 904-3461147
INBOUND CALL CTR REPS *
Train $8 go to $9/hr
Benefits & Quick Raises!
Must type.
Call 7393700
Professional/
730 Personal
Services
BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'ies. Topic
wages, bonuses, bnfts.,
Clientel provided:
SUPERCUTS S'side, new
locations. Ang.ie'
723 -3713; Tammy
620-0472; Ponte Vedra
Susie 273-2888

735 Restaurants/
Hotels

ALL POSITIONS NEEDED
With exp. Apply
Mon-Thurs 2-4. Red
Lobster Baymeadows
location
Bartender &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033


SOFA EXPRESS
i ... I. II,1..;.. ,
JOB FAIR!
OPEN INTERVIEWS TUES, 02/22
& WEDS 2/23
Regency Gallery-9244 A Arlington Expressway,
Jacksonville 32225 Office Assistants, Store
Managers, Sales Consultants

GET EXCITED ABOUT YOUR FUTURE! I n. one or
rhi,- aisr-tt gro.aing furniture rCijiaer5 ir [i-
COurir, .a_ w e re jno ,n mi. laci sn.ille r' a.
HilhlI moI.Cmvaterl ,in,'.idulis rnl--dao ir trie 1iI
lorng p,:, t, .r :
SALES CONSULTANTS. F j-hi..r, iora'rd entru-
c,3aslc. higni, mc.t,.jteal ina.v.luallji- ho c. nlu/
decora. irg. colors. and labor : Grei.[ cu..mrer
service sl.mls are reo'd. We _ner ,:omprenm-rsile
paid training tBEGINS SOON''. c.:,mpeiirte comr
mission ana oursrand.r.g earning potential
STORE MANAGERS. Str.r,cg. rjra,.n leader hiDp.
organizaiional and mrn,iiarrnaI .klllis req'a
History ofl uccessrul management ei perience
necessary. E'celler. gruoth opportuni.re:
Eye & nknd fle'lilirV needeca or all poilihons.
Outslaraling benefit racKage for FT employee..
fantastic a.:wrk environmental and income com
mensurate with our status as a leading retadc-r.'
If unable to anend. please email or ifa resume to
carfem'rs,'xsorue)press.com or 614.3J3 0009
Drug screenrng 's co.:nduclea. EOE.


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The military community makes up 20 percent of the total



population for Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.



That means that 20 out of every 100 people you meet are


somehow connected with the military.


Get your message to them by advertising in one or all of



the publications distributed at the local bases in the area.


For advertising information,



call 904-359-4336,



Fax 904-366-6230.


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735 Restaurants/
.73> Hotels

* *. A A 1t *
Business Is Greatl



Dave and Busters
is now hiring
Servers, Cocktails,
and Service Support
Apply in store
7025 Salisbury Rd
(904) 296-1525
Monday thru Thursday
2pm to 4pmr
Join the Team!

DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110

NOW HIRING -exp'd
servers. Park Ave.
Bistro. 215-1022

Waitresses, Bartenders,
& Doorman
No exp nec.
Will train. AM /PM.
Wackos 399-1110


740 Retail
SALES Sprint PCS in Org.
Prk, retail exp pre-
ferred. Fax resume attn
Mr. Crawford 264.3212


745 Sales
AUTO SALES
Exp only. 5 day work
week. Great pay. Large
inventory. Arlington
Auto Sales. 9027 Atl
Blvd. Call 838-2775

BOAT SALES- with exp.
also licensed Yacht
Broker Riverbend
Marine in St. Augustine.
Call 904 825 4666


745 Sales

COPIER SALES
Sissine's Office Systems
Is expanding our sales staff.
Authorized dealer of Canon.
Kyocera Copystar. Need
motivated & enthusiastic
reps. Base + Comm Auto
Cell Medical qBonuses
'Training. Send Resume to
Fax # 739-0545. Email
sam@sissines.com

SALES- in Jacksonville,
Exp reqd, Good pay
benefits. Incentives,
bonus 877-445-7341


NeedexpernenceO sales
person for Mobile Home
Sales. 17 year old
company. With benefits!
Serious Callers Only.
(904) 783-8385

SALES REP
Litestream Holdings, a
growing St. Johns
county cable and
broadband provider
seeks a sales repre-
sentative, to work with
developers and build-
ers to offer cable and
broadband service to
new communities in St.
Johns County. Salary
plus comm. Please email
letter and resume to
admin@litestreamholdings.
net


747 Telemarketing

Needed to call our
existing database. Will
train right person. Top
pay, comm 783 4144


750 Technical/
5 Engineering

ENTRY LEVEL CIVIL
ENGINEERS
Needed for large high
way & site- construction
company in Florida.
BSCE required. Fax or
e-mail resumes to
(904)279-0018
gateparkway@princeinc.com
EOE/DFWP


750 Technical/
Engineering

AMEC CIVIL
A G orll lilh r-.'. li.<-i




Surveyors- Must have
Bridge experience
Amec offers the following:

- 101,K
)ritin Fr, a iorkhsin- & EOE
\:;lc~il h IUI ll ill:

I 1 n I l ( .. O12;:1


752 Warehouse
DISTRIBUTION CENTER
MANAGER
Maryland company is
opening a center 4/1/05
in Beachwood Com-
merce Center and
needs a manager to
stock, pull orders, and
ship via UPS and truck.
Must have warehouse
exp. be able to drive a
sit down forklift, and be
able to lift 601bs over
your head. Will travel to
Maryland and Texas for
training. Fax resume,
with salary require-
ments to 800-893-5662

ORDER SELECTORS-
needed for candy dis-
tribution warehouse
$8/hr Apply: 13910
Alvarez Rd.. Ste 112 off
Duval Rd. Fax resume
904-482-0561.

WAREHOUSE PICKER
PACKER $8-$10/HR
Sporting Goods Co.
Must be dependable &
have exp. M-F. 9:30-6;
benefits included.
Job Info: 904- 584-0108


753 Security

SECURITY OFFICERS
Class D License
904-215-3144, 334-1207


753 Security
***** ********** *
GUARDSMARK
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
SECURITY OFFICERS
$9.00 hour
Apply 6900 Southpoint
Dr. N. Ste. 140, 731-2060
www.guardsmark.com
Lic. #BB9700027 EOE
SECURITY GUARD rotat-
ing shift Certified wel-
come Fax resume to
(904) 356-1668 Or come
in to 2060 E. Adams

SECURITY OFFICERS
All areas available
P/T or F/T needed
Experienced pre-
ferred but not
required. We offer
pad vacations, 401K,
and health benefits
are available.
BB9500016 EEO
WEISER SECURITY
SERVICES
CALL 725 4600

TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL 1-888-398 8903
www.specialresponse.com


755 Miscellaneous
CONCRETE WORKERS-
needed, That can speak
English & Spanish .
Apply at Standard
Precast 11340 Philips
Hwy. Must have own
transpt

CUSTOMER
SERVICE
Need Help! FT/PT will
train. Earn what you're
worth. Will train.
733-'9421
FLORIST WHOLESALER
Needs gen'l help/driver.
Good driving record.
good bnfts 765-1609
btwn 10am- 2pm

FT/PT
Sup. swamped in office.
Needs help in all areas.
Will train right person.
739-0187
FURNITURE
SHOWROOM SUPERVISOR
Need a person able to
load and unload trucks
organize deliveries,
do general maintenance,
clean the showroom
and various other
tasks as needed.
Apply at 6160 Beach Blvd
GENERAL NIGHT
CLEANUP- must be
able to work Tues-Sun
llpm-6am Apply in
person Tues-Fri
Sam-lOamTimuquana
Country Club., 4028
Timuquana Rd.
EOE DFWP



To perform general
housekeeping and
light janitorial duties
at'Southside and
Northside facilities.
Exp. ,n nealthcare
setting pref.FT
w/benetits. Rotates
weekends.
Apply in person (9am
S4pmo, M F onlV) or
mail resume to RBHS,
Human Resources,
900 University Blvd.
North, Suite 700 (7th
Floor), Jacksonville, FL
32211. For more info
ca!l 743-.883. For
directions ext 202 Fax
resume to 743-5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace.


FT/PT for Orange Park
Kennel Club. Apply in
person after 7pm
(except Tues & Sun)
455 Park Ave, Orange Pk
MACHINERY OPERA-
TORS- NEEDED to
operate misc machin-
ery. Apply at Standard
Precast 11340 Philips
Hwy. Must have own
transpt

Must have DL, EPA. Pool, &
PMC Lic.
Otto Run Apartments.
1025 Assisi Ln. Atl. Bch. or
fny r-timp t n mn4 24 eF e


755 Miscellaneous



needed for Brumos
Porsche. Looking for
bright, articulate,
responsible and reli-
able candidates with
superb oral commu-
nications and
multi line PC based
PBX systems experi-
ence preferred. There
is an opportunity for a
full time position as
well as a part time
position. Work in a
modern facility for the
No. 1 Porsche Perfect
Dealer in the U.S. For
a confidential inter-
view, please call
Joni Gilfus at
904726.3375 or e-mail
your resume to
jgi fus@brumos.com.
Brumos Porsche is a
drug free environ-
ment. Equal opportu-
nity employer.




I RGIS INVENTORY
SPECIALISTS- $8.25+
to start. Cal 904
-519-9653 Equal I
opportunity employer



760 Part-Time


Apply Bubbles Car Wash,
9699 San Jose Blvd


CASHIER
GREETER
RECEPTIONIST

Full/Part Time
-Weekends, Eve-
nings, Flexible hours.
Experience helpful.
Apply in person
Mon through Fri
KEITH PIERSON
TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Cir
EOE Drugfree Workplace

Join the AVON team. Sell
to family and friends.
50% commission on 1st
campaign. $5 start up
fee. No inventory
required. Call us at
1.800-806-1558. (ISR)


762 Work At Home


ASSEMBLE AT HOME To
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry 24hr 390- 3939


815 Business
Services

RESUMES
Same day service,
pickup/delivery, $60,
career counselling avail
904-220-1481


838 Computers

911 CHEAP COMPUTER
REPAIR, Home or Office,
virus/spyware removal,
wireless internet/net-
working. Mike 294-8874

Joe's Computer Services
In-Home Serving of all
computer needs. Basic
Repairs Personally
Designed computers,
Wireless Home Net-
working and Much
q More!"!
Call 904-655-0406 for
prompt service.


870 Lawn Service-
Landscaping

Add Beautiful Curb Appeal
& Value to your home
With Landscape Border
Curbing. Free estimates
904- 4495168 904- 502 1134

R&R LAWN CARE SER-
VICE Active duty and
retired military owned
and operated servicing
OP., GCS and Middle-
burg. Military discount,
veterans discount and
sr. citizen rate. Lic. &
Insured. 264-9460


871 Legal
871 Services

DIVORCE
AMERICAN STYLE l
Uncontested
Divorce papers
Without kids (while you
wait) With Kids (a little
longer) Since 1981/ by
appt only 641-2187









Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Offce
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


894 Massage
NEW IN S. JAX BEACH
Asian & American
Therapies.
10% Military Discount.
MA36512. 904-241-2410

#1 AT THE BEACH
Why settle for less?
Incalls & Outcalls 9am-9pm'
MM15239 242-8998


902 Appliances
SFOR SALE: White-
Self-Cleaning
Oven $250, Almond
Strange hood $35;
White Microwave $25;
Call 912-510-7734
or 912-617-3745 Iv msg.

FRIG -side by side -
good working cond,
<|f/black, 6yrs old. Asking
'T$ 500 obo
912-882-3163

S FRONT LOAD
WASHER, Stainless
Steel tub. $150,
19cu ft. Refrig $100
729-4960 Iv msg.

SFull Kitchen Appli-
ances Exc cond All
L Whlte S/S 26 CFT
Fridge w/ice and H20.
Self cing stove,Dishwasher.
and Microhood. $750 for all
Call 646-2875 LV MSG

NEW GE
SSelf-Cleaning
V |Electric Range,
SWhite CoyleTop.
New $250.00 Negotiable
768-1712

STOVE, DISHWASHER,
both good cond, older
-JL 912-576-8711 Joe

WASHER & DRYER,
X-Large 10 cycle,
S 4 spd, like new
$385 set


902 Appliances
4 WASHER & DRYER
Like new. Whirl-
pool, special edi-
tion, super
capacity $325 OBO. Call
Steve at 904 710-3931

4 WHIRLPOOL
REFRIGERATOR
19cu ft. Runs good,
$100.
904-729-4960 Iv msg.

9o0 Articles
905
For Sale

10o's of YU-GI OHI
cards $.20 each T.
278-5224

2 New off white
Marble bathroom
vanities with fluted
bason & splash
backs. Onw single
35x22" other 54x22" New
$55-$85. 264-2973
AIRCRAFT Military
diecast airplanes, tanks
& other items.
www.Airplanesandmore.com
Bahamas Timeshre
April 2, '05. $700.
KPlich Speakers
$500; Outboard Motor
$800; Audio Componets
Piano Yahana 476-7694
41 BATHROOM
MIRRORS two,
| new, 34x44", 42x56"
with mounting
brackets hardware.
$40& $65. Call 264-2973
CAMERA Fuji,
Deluxe 35mm.
Many features,
never used (in
box). List $342.40; ask-
ing $125. Call 241-1398
SCAR SUBWOOFER
S-and amp, 10" sub in
IJtube. No box needed.
SCrossfire 70wx2 amp.
Excc ond. $100.882-5267
CHERRY TV Amoire
4' Wide x 6 1/2' Tall
\ will hold large TV
476-3394

CLOTHES Men &
Women shoes,
exc cond, cheep
front door w/glass
and wood 36x80 $25.00.
Call 904-529-8263
leave msg
Football Helmet, Jax
| Januar Full size has
nKye Brady Autograph
on It. Orgbox. $85
Firm 268-2482
SFOR SALE: Power-
Szone weight bench
XI/w/incline. bar,
weight & stand.
Detached sit-up bench
included. $200 obo.
Dodge '04 plastic bed
liner. $75 obo. Please
call 912-576-2175.
4 HEAVY GLASS
PYRAMID TRACK
LIGHT FIXTURES
add a touch of
class. 6 pieces retail
$100 ea; sell $50 ea.
904-662-3400
SHONDA MOTOR-
/ SCOOTER 250cc,
l7'85, $1600, window
t 'ac/heat unit. 15,000
btu. 220 volts $300.
Large pickup toolbox
$100. Bakers rack $100.
904-272-7352

HOT TUB NEW 6 PERSON
35 Jets. Loadedo
Full Warranty & Cover.
Retail $6800 Sell $3800
(904) 7390488
a Infant changing table
4, in good condition call
J1221-8749
Lawn equipment for
sale; walk behind
oEdger,Weed wacker,
Blower and Hedger
Trailer six monthly
accounts eleven bycut
$3,000 ph 249-1611
SMurray Riding mower
4 T12.5 HP 40"Cut With
utility trailer Great
condition 3 years old
call 874-1420
SSILK SCREEN
EQUIPMENT and
S machine, 4 colors,
ideal for deploy-
ment/ homecoming
events. $3000. Call
992-6877 or 294-3564
STROLLER Graco
reclinable, has
1 / canopy & basket


905 Articles
905 For Sale

SStroller- Never Used.
positions. Lays flat for
I J1newborns. Lots of
accessories. $80
904-641-5059
4. TASK COMPUTER
CHAIRS Armless,
I lavender. Lest
$53.50 each, 2
available $25 each. Call
241-1398
4 The Club Steering
Wheel Security device
V |Like new, $ 40 new
asking $10
912 673-1747 5-10 PM
STOP CARRIER Sears,
great for extra stor-
age on trips, exc cond.
$50. 912-673-7565

4 Water Boss water
Ssoftener perfect for
Itwell complete with
hoses manuals etc.
$400 new will sale for $65
912 673- 1747
WEDDING DRESS -
Fancy design, must
see. excel cond.
Size 18, sleeveless
w/vet. $200 obo. Bride
maids (2) dresses
burgundy sz (12-14)
$250 obo. Call. Iv msg
777-8120

910 Arts & Crafts/
Hobbies

ATTENTION:
CRAFTERs-100
.skeins yarn,
various colors,
weights, types, new
still wrapped $100 all
264-7606

Remote control model
air plane Citabria.25 all
accessories included
$300. Tony 904-771-4206

915 Building
Supplies

AUCTION
MARBLE & GRANITE
Sun. Feb 27th @ 1pm
6921 Phillips Industrial Blvd
Marble Granite Slate
Onyx Travertine Lime-
stone. Marble Fireplaces,







WORKSTATIONS
ACTOR OFFICEues & FURNITUREains





904-724-6400
Granite925 Computers DeL







4 COMPUTERHP760N
768 MB. WIN-XP.
storageavail. AU3118Monitor








MX90 Prrinter DJS550
Exc. Cond. $475 Call
779-73800-278-088


ing Business/
pictures at office


















xtra tele photo lens
xtras $250 542-5292 ext.
WORKSTATIONS
$195









GATOR OFFICE FURNITURE









ner and one
904275246 679400


928 Electronis
4 COMPUTERHP760N









2 F S4-CPU RAM
768MB, WIN-XP,










A/D/hic car Home
ATI8500DV Monitor
MX90 Prrinter DJ5550









Spxc.Co rs. $475 Ca ll
779-7327



















BetNew or Like New
Heard! 210-347-0978
SCDIGITA L CAMERAe
/ under water hous-










Sg included tAMPes
Japictures at 100ft












S Scannee r and one
pair of computer
speakers $50 T








4.278.224/-785.1679













4 VCR-Magnavox.with
928 Electronics

20" Flat Screen Philips








TV w/ remote, stereo,nd
like new $70 641.0427
A/D/S Car Home
/ Speakers/Car AMP
V | Jacobs Accuvolt
New or Like New
Best Sound You've Ever
Heard! 210-347-0978

a. CAR/Home Stereo
Speakers AMP
. }Jacobs Accuvolt
-new or like new
A/D/S Incredible sound,
m o st i n b o x
210-347-0978
, TV 19" GE, color tv
with remote, very
kJl7good cond, asking $75.
Call 904-378-4426
A VCR Magnavox, with
/ remote in exc cond,
11 asking $50 obo. ;
Ca- 'll 904~-378-4426


945 Garage
Sales

ARLINGTON YARD SALE
2415 Misty Dr.
Sat. & Sun. lOam -4pm
Arl MULTI Family Sale
Sat. 7.2 For donations
1825 University Blvd. N.
BEACHES, Bentwater PL
Sat. & Sun. 9-3;
2513 Chestnut Springs Ln
ICW HUGE SALE Sat 7-11
11464 Ashley Manor Way
off of Fulton Rd. Furn,
TV, montior, tires, etc.
Mandarin Moving Sale
Sat. 2/26 8am 11247
San Jose Blvd #606 The
Waterford Apartments
Bargain Hunters Galore

This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting @
$7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
J Lawn

S1998 Walker Rider
Mower with 2003 16hp
'11V-twin engine. Low
miles, runs great.
$3,500. 249-1611 or 993-8281.
4, Glass Build a hot
house, double pane
Slglass. 19" x 43 1/2". $5
ea. (912) 729-9904. Call
after 5 or leave message.
4 Nordic Track CX-920
Elliptical machine like
new will deliver in
Jacksonville $200.00
389-2229 or 864-0936
Tiller-Troy Bilt. $350.
Planter-$50.
838- 1495 or 282-2272.

955 Household
Furniture

Beautiful Hunter green &
gold Sofa. $300
904-237-1247
SBeautiful light
wood side board
tl use for TV or dis-
9 laying china $ 200
(904) 641-5059
Beautiful New
Upgraded Carpet
L and Padding 14FT
by 18FT, Frosted
Stone Beige Color $300.
Call 264-9958
BED KING SIZE MATT.
Set. New in plastic. Must
Sell $150 (904) 484,6177
BEDROOM 4 PC SET $298
2 pc Sofa & Chair $298
5 Pc Oak Dinette $198
3 pc On Simmons Bd $198
3 rm 18pc condo pkg $998
VCR's from $20
20 color TV's $75
Microwaves from $29
CORT CLEARANCE CENTER
(904) 396-9000
BEDS BEDS BEDS
Famous Name Brands!
Sets Below Wholesale!
646-1448 272-1444
& Black Ashley Millen-
nium China Hutch and
Dining table for sale.
Seats six. $500 obo.
Contact (904) 535 5376.
Box & Mattress Set
Qn Size. In Plastic. $125
(904) 484 6177
BRAND NEW Mirrored
SEnd tables. You must
< see to believe. Call
(904)778-2464 for
more Information.
California Queen,
SSize Waterbed Full
V Wave Mattress
$150 O.B.O. Call
214-9949
Couch & 2 matching Irg
chairs, multi color, gd
cond. $400. 349-5526
4, Couch-White
w/wood trim exc.
cond. $75 carved
wood/glass top
End Tbl and Coffee Tbl
$75 904-619-2825
Crib Mattress,
Changing table
-Il pad, $200.00 or
est Offer. Sears
Kenmore 70 Series
Dryer needs Thermo-
stat Call 708-4640
Dinning Suite: 6
chairs, china
buffet. Living rm
suite: 3 tables,
two lamps, cross
bow gym, Info Call
904 -908 -0958
DRESSER W/MIR-
I OR 3 drawer chest
ti built in desk with
t- -n- l


955 Household
955 Furniture

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak 29"
opening class door
component CD pull
out slides closed sec-
tions first $75 249-5299
ENTERTAINMENT UNIT
(modern)solid wooden
1& smoked glass doors
55LX54W191/2D fits 30
inch TV extra $500 264 7606.
Five piece dining room
set. Cast iron, oyster
Color, glass table top.
6 months old. Asking
$425.249-6916
4, ForSale- Electric
/ Clothes Dryer. 3 years
,J^Lold, white. 269-6243.
FULL SIZE BEP,
Light wood head-
Sboard. boxsprings
mattress, lyr old.
$100 obo. 249-9460
4 Hoosier Baking CabI-
net for sale. Old Camel
Back Trunk for sale.
C269- 6243

Kenmore washer
| dryer. $200 pair.
41882- 7974.
4, LIVING ROOM Furn
couch, lovesqat,
oversized chair
exc cond, $400.
Call 264-2931
LIVING ROOM FURN.
1 glass cof. tbl, Iglass
Sofa tbl &2endtbls.
All for $300. 904-237-1;47
SMAER BEDROOM
SET great cond
tonsof storage
medium wood
head board dresser
hutch and dresser $750.
Call 269-2005
Mattress & Box Set. Qn
Size. Still in orig. plastic
Sacr. $125 (904)484-6177
4, SECTIONAL SOFA
3pc. with sleeper &
recliner. Great
Acond. $700obo.
Call 912-729-6479
4, Three piece large
Broyhill Entertin-
ment Center, solid
Swood. Asking $500
for set call 673-0167
4 Tile Top Farm Table-,
| with wood trim 36'"by..
4L160" 4 matching chairs
$175 ph 264-7626 ,,
4, TV STAND Sideboard,
Slight wood with four,.,
\. | frosted Glass Doors.
Excellent condition.
$150. 904-641-5059
VACUUM CLEANER
SI Sears Powermate
414.8 All attachi-
ments Exc cond.
$100 OBO 904) 881-9954,


960 Machinery,.
960 & Tools, ..
SSPORTS AUTHOR
ITY DELUXE UTIL.
SI\B E N C H with ""
Weights. $50. Nis,
san Frontier, all metal
tool box. Like new $125,
504-6395

Musical "
970 Merchandise,'
Services ,
4, Beautiful Shofars from
IsraeL Large, -
t jleather- bound with-
star of David. Mediu,,
with exquisite silver detail,
$250 each. (912) 729-5893.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
Ovation Guitar $195; -
Cort Bass $325; Fender
Baseman 100 $310, '
Korg N1 Keybrd $400;"
Steve 904-237-9237 .,

KORG SP-200 DIGITAL-:I
PIANO, new $650. bbobu
Call 904.806.1520 -,
PIANO Beautiful
/ Baldwin Classic
V1 |Spinet. Great cond.
Bench included,
gorgeous finish. $2200,
Karin @ 372-0181
4. PIANO Estey Mod'e,"
full keyboard, includes
V benchc, exc cond, $400.
276-4121 Iv msg.
9, PIANO -Jansseh
upright, 57x25x39",
Walnut finish, $800.
Call 747-74 ....


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A weekly look at the automotive market


DAN SCANLAN/special
An inch narrower and 5 inches shorter than the last-generation model, the slick 2005 Chevrolet Corvette still puts down an imposing view.


Sixth-generation Corvette retains legendary features


By Dan Scanlan
Special

t has almost as much power
(400 horsepower) and the
same torque (400 pound-foot)
as the much sought-after 405-hp
Z06 Corvette of 2003.
And one glance at the 2005
Chevrolet Corvette C6's sleek
new shape and it's easy to believe
the new car is 5 inches shorter
and an inch skinnier than its
fifth-generation predecessor.
But when our 10-year-old son
got his first gander at our
Millennium Yellow version of
America's sports car, it was all too
apparent that the magical prop-
erties this marque has had since
the first plastic fantastic hit the
road in 1953 is still there.
"I must be in heaven. Let's see
what's under the hood," my little
motorhead said. "This is awe-
some."
The same response was heard
from lots of gearheads in the
week-long test drive.
At a Mandarin restaurant for
lunch, one woman said "everyone
was drooling" at her table, while
four men walked out after one
said they were "ogling it from
inside" to look at, sit in and
almost caress the yellow car. A
friend said he had wanted one
since he was a kid, and earned a
ride to fill in the missing years. It
took a half hour to leave my son's
football practice, since everyone
wanted a ride. A woman at the
Amelia Cruizer's cruise-in in
Yulee called it her dream car. And
Dave Crossan, owner of a red
1990 Vette, called it beautiful.
"I have been in love with it
since I saw the first flashes of it
on the Chevrolet commercials," he
said. "It's the first one I have seen
in yellow, and it is a beautiful
car."
Chevrolet says the sixth-gener-
ation Vette combines "classic cues
with an expressive new design."
Stylists used Computer-Aided
Design and their hands to carve
details, while the success of the
exposed headlight design on the
C5R Vette that raced at Le Mans
and more saw the C6 ditch hid-
dden headlights seen on Vettes
since 1963 for menacing exposed
Xenon High-Intensity Discharge
lights. No door handles either,
since the Keyless Access system
uses a rubber-padded button
under the door's back edge to get
in.
The result is a Corvette with a
coefficient of drag of 0.28, the
cleanest ever. Manual door
release handles on the floor let
you out if the battery fails and
the inside door buttons don't
work. And insiders say there are
ways to manually activate the
door lock from outside, and fire
the engine with the key.
The new Corvette gets larger
wheels (18-inch front/19-inch
rear), a 15 percent larger, but
only a pound heavier removable
I I


2005 CHEVROLET CORVETTE


Lx.


DAN SCANLAN/special
A redesigned interior graces the 2005 Corvette, with better-quality
dashboard materials, and a more exotic look.


hardtop easy enough for one per-
son to remove, yet is about 69
pounds light than its predeces-
sor. Its multi-element lights stare
right back over a more pointed
beak of a nose with a gaping cen-
ter air inlet. The V-ed hood power
dome follows the flare of the edgy
front fenders as they arc tightly
over the P245/40ZR18-inch
Goodyear Eagle run-flats on pol-
ished five-spoke alloy wheels. Bits
of the 1969 Stingray's front fend-
er line show up here, while some
1963 Sting Ray appears in the
rear fender's top line, which
starts in the middle of the long
doors and edges up to the tail.
The late 1963 Sting Ray coupe's
tapered rear deck is hinted at in
the 2005 model's rear hatchback.
The rear fender has some round-
ness of the C5, but its trimmer
and sharper, the flat flares fram-
ing P285/335ZR19-inch rubber.
The C6's flat tail is dramatically
shorter, its four round (not oval
like the C5's) taillights also echo-
ing the 1969 model. The center
high-mounted brake light is
incorporated into a rear spoiler,
the four fat exhaust pipes stuck
out of a gray lower valance.
The all-new interior looks a lot
better than the last-generation
car, which was dull plastic with
generic GM pieces. But it's not
perfect.
The key fob is a radio transmit-
ter, so keep it in your pocket, open
the door and drop low into firm
and very supportive perforated
leather bucket seats. The instru-
ment panel and doors are covered
with cast-skin foam-in-place trim
Chevy says looks like a leather-
wrapped, padded panel. Maybe
not, but much better than the
4.


2003 Vette. A four-spoke tilt and
power telescoping steering wheel
frames a gauge package with 200-
mph speedometer, 7,000-rpm
tach, with oil pressure, voltage,
gas and water temperature
gauges ringed in silver, with a
digital trip computer display
underneath and a heads-up dis-
play atop the dash that shows
speed, stereo information, a selec-
tion of gauges, even the sideways
G-force in turns (it says we pulled
1.05 in one tight turn over-
optimistic?)
Plastic pewter-look trim hosts
trip computer/digital
gauge/head's-up display buttons
on either side of the gauges, but
the meaty steering wheel rim
hides them. The optional Bose
Premium AM-FM-CD/MP3 player
sounds superb. But the plastic
trim that surrounded it didn't fit
well, and flexed when touched.
The cargo area under the rear
hatch can swallow two golf bags,
and latches to hold the removable
composite top. The flat cargo area
has two small storage cubbyholes,
but it loses the racing helmet-
sized under-floor cargo area the
last-gen Vette had. There is a lug-
gage shade to cover it all. We had
a rippled view out the rear win-
dow.
The same key in your pocket
let's you fire up the V-8 after you
hit the brake and tap a green-lit
starter button. The new LS2
engine, with cast-in-place iron
cylinder bore liners and cross-
bolted main caps plus a cylinder
head design derived from the Z06
high-performance model, gets
increased camshaft lift and
revised exhaust manifolds that
are 34 percent lighter.Chevy says
I


Vehicle type two-door, rear-wheel-drive hatchback sports coupe
with removable roof
Base price $43,445 (As driven $52,840)
Engine type cast alloy OVH, 16-valve fuel-injected small block V-8
Displacement 6-liter
Horsepower (net) 400 hp at 6,000 rpm
Torque (Ib-ft) 400 at 4,400 rpm
Transmission 4-speed automatic
Wheelbase 106 in.
Overall length 175 in.
Overall width 73 in.
Height 49 in.
Front headroom 38 in.
Front legroom 43 in.
Cargo capacity 22cubic feet
Curb weight 3.179 pounds
Fuel capacity 18 gallons
Mileage rating 18 mpg city/ 25 mpg highway (no gas guzzler tax)
Last word A great American sports car with good road manners
nj lfnte f ,t--rl


the Vette is capable of 186 mph,
faster than any production
Corvette ever. With the optional
Z51 Performance Package and a
4-speed Hydra-Matic 4L65-E
automatic transmission with
traction control/active handling
system on, we did 60-mph in 4.5
seconds, the same as a Z06 we
tested in 2003, and 100 mph is
probably reachable in under 11.
The trip computer said we aver-
aged 18 mpg, but calculations
after a fill-up were closer to 12
mpg. For some unknown reason,
the tranny slipped into neutral
when really aggressive turns acti-
vated active handling. Chevy says
the system may be cutting in to
keep the car from oversteering.
A hydroformed steel rail back-
bone structure with composite
floors, rear-mounted transmission
and aluminum cockpit structure
made this a stiff, composed and
quiet Vette, even with the Z51
package's more aggressive shocks,
springs and larger stabilizer bars.
We found the ride refined and not
harsh, nicely handling bumpy
pavement and a pock-marked dirt
surface on a road repaving project
we were stuck on.
Leave the active handling on,
and it allows a bit of tail out
before the electronic nannies kick
in. Turn it off, and you can power
the tail out all day, yet it was very
catchable with throttle and steer-
ing. There is even a competition
mode that lets a bit more hang
out before the nannies kick in.
Top off, we found a stiff body and
limited wind buffeting. The power
steering was precise, with a super
turning radius and OK road feel.
The larger cross-drilled brake
rotors (13.4-inch front/13-inch
V


rear) stopped the Vette short and
straight time after time.
The base price on our C6 Vette
was $43,445, with standard LS2
V-8, anti-lock brakes, traction
control, Active Handling, run-flat
tires, keyless access and start sys-
tem, Xenon headlights, AM-FM-
CD stereo, leather seats, power
driver's seat, cruise control and
power door locks and windows.
Our Vette had the $4,360 option
package with luggage shade and
cargo net, heated sport bucket
seats, dual memory driver's seat
presets, power passenger seat,
auto-dimming rear-view mirror,
AM-FM-six-disc CD/MP3 Bose
stereo and power telescoping
steering wheel. We also had the
$1,495 Z51 Performance Package
with bigger brakes and meatier
suspension, polished alloy wheels
($1,295), special Millennium
Yellow paint ($750) and
OnStar($695). That made the
manufacturer's suggested retail
price $52,840.
This lighter, more compact
Corvette is on sale now in
Europe, and it may become the
Vette that overseas drivers love.
With better gas mileage, a
tighter, lighter design, better-
looking interior and an evolved-
yet-tradional shape, it should be a
winner. And who can say no to
400 hp and great road manners.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles
on Northeast Florida's roads, averaging
about 200 miles of combined highway
and city traffic during a weeklong test.
The test vehicles are provided by the
manufacturer according to their sched-
ule, and represent a broad spectrum of
sizes and prices. The prices listed are
manufacturer's suggested retail prices.
A longer version of this review and past
reviews can be seen on
jacksonville.com's "Autos" link.
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8 Sporting
980 Goods

a, ALMOST NEW IRON
MAN OLYMPIC
Weight Bench
incl's approx 245
lbsI Dip bars, squat
rack, Ile xt, plate-
904,631-9103 or
Melissa 904-610-5456
a BOWFLEX '01- Exc.
T cond. Unused w/leg
o press and squat
W attachment ALL
Paperwork Incl. $500obo.
Moving Must sell.
BOW FLEX ULTIMATE
EXTREME $1400obo
696-3046 OR 339-3094
R- BOWFLEX Ultimate
fully equipped with
I all accessories and
attachments less
than one year old $1800
obo $2400 new
219-3361
4. For Sale Women's
S26-inch English Tour-
ing Bike. 3 speed,
Coaster brake. Also
Women's 27- inch. 269- 6243
D. Golf Clubs and Bag
Full Set Graphic shift
838-1495 or 282.2272
GOLF CLUBS Good
SCondition with Bag.
4 12-PW cavity back
irons with putter.
$70 912-242-2249
Seminoles racket
4T 1993 to 1999 National
iChampions all soft
leather beautiful
never worn $400 call

&SPORTS AUTHOR-
rTITY DELUXE UNTIL.
t BE N C H with
Weights. $50. Nis-
san Frontier, all metal
tool box. Like new $125.
504-6395
STreadmill never used
.T $300 Tony Little
1 Barely used $100
Range $50 ph 220- 5974
4 Treadmill Sears Lif-
estyler Electronic
klfPanel motor Heavy
Duty Sturdy made In
USA$95.00 firm 268-2482
4 Weight Bench with Bar
and eights Heavy
duty Tunturi Good
condition $ 50.00 oil
Fired Reddy Heater $40.00
ph 246-4461





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services

1005 Livestock
& Supplies

HORSE TRAILER 16'
D doublee D, '97 dual
axle, straight load,
straight pull, 4'
tack room. Elec brakes,
$2000 904-272-7352
REGISTERED
ARABIAN MARE. BAY,
16yrs old. Good for Trail,
Endurance or Showing.
Energetic, needs exp d
Rider. $1400.904- 294 7033

1010 'eeSrB
1 Supplies

V ADORABLE v
Designer Doodles,
Fluff Balls, Slick Coats,
Toys & Teacups
Financing Available
Pet World 262-4646
BIG SALE NOW!!!
AFFENPINCHER, AM
Bulldog German
Shepherd, Pitt Bull
Yorkies, Bassett mix, &
many small fluffy mixes
904-S5041171

Am Pit Bulls Pups APBR
reg., red nose, various
colors $300. 803.8039
BLUE HEELER PUPPIES
ADORABLE, hith cert's.
$225 each. 287-5042
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS AKC
9wk s/w H/C 3M IF $400
912.552.0774 739.0638
DOBERMANS, AKC,
9wks. Warlock, M-F.
wwww.harrisdobermans.com
904-725-5495
English MastMf AKC Pups
Bwks health cert. fawn
$800 000. 386-652561
FREE COCKER SPANIEL
female, buff color, 3 yrs
spayed, shots, house
broken, good w/kids &
other animals 463-3004
FREE PET BULLS full
S. blooded one male
4 and one female
both dogs are 3yrs
old 576-7682
S FREE PUPPIES
Lab mix, black or
brown. Call
778-3166.
GERMAN SHEPARD
PUPPIES, BEAUTIFUL,
4M/4FBlk, BIk &Tan,
BIk & Silv., WKC Reg.,
HC. $500. Call Harry
904-556-1081
HAVANESE PUPS
AKC Colors, excellent
breeding, 386-362-5101
HIMALAYAN KTTENS
Older Kittens 3M/3F,
Blue & Teal. $150ea.
Call (904) 282-9183
MIN PIN PUPPIES AKC
BIk & Tan. S/W, HC.
$300- $400Cash 289-9048
POMERANIAN AKC Young
Adults $350 obo. Breeder
reduction. 912.832.6192
PIT BULL PUPS, S/W,
Adorable, bik & white
$200 Cash. 904-289-9155
PIT BULL X ROTFI PUPS,
S&W very healthy,
ready $50 904333.1139

m PUPPIES 9
From our home:
Chihuahua. Yorkle,
Maltese, Boston
Terrier, Peekapoo
Cash only
904282.6196 502.5013

SIBERIAN HUSKIES -2 blk
/wht 1M&1F, 1 wht F,
904.665.6415, 272.5936
Westle AKC, male, 18
mo old. House trained,
Scert. Sale due to my
health asking $480, paid
$900. (904) 845-1315, eave
message.






Transportation
1200 Aviation
125 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
12 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1260 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals


1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
20 Antiques/Classics
132Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340 TruckslTrailers/
SUVs
135 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
15 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
4, ISFT ALUM HULL
BOAT W/TRAILER-
rebuilt 65hp Mer-
1 cury engine, cen-
ter steering console.
$1900 obo
904-553-8590
4 1988 SUNBIRD 1GFT
T Runabout. Bow is
S closed. Johnsor
88 outboard. Runs
great. Gaiv trailer
1500 912-673-6408
after 4PM.
S199714 Fiberglass
Ash craft Johnson 30
trailer Depth finder
oars life Jackets
SMarine Medical kit $L-su
261-0487


1205 B0oas

Cuddy CabIn 1992
3.0 mercrulser
engine 1/0. Must
sell. $8500 obo. Call
Tom 912-255-0964 or
912-S76-8769
,, 20"Stlngray 00 20cs
I overIs mercuries
depth finder p0ott
trlimtabs si nk stove 190
HP Cud6U CD Player
$14000 6080388
4, 15 1/2ARROW '74,
tMotor 70HP
vinrude '97. Boat
m and motor In good
shae. New tiresand
a on tra ler. $3500
obo. 912-576-7692
4 CHRIS CRAFT
CABIN CRUISER
2 '54, Twin 305
Galley, head, AC and
more $26,060. Call
904-213-9745.

a IYDRO SPO
T BASS BOAT 15.3'
w/trolling motor,
80hp mercury.
needs a little minor
work. $1000. Call
219-3361
JET SKI (2) Runs great
Doulbe trlr; all access.
4000.OOF 83-16ft
Camper A/C heat fully
loaded 2000.00 Call Jim,
leave message
904-529-8263
WANTED Boats,
motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-440
4, Yamaha ,200 XLT
trailer. 2 life vests,
tube, knee board
and ropes, excel condo.
Call 904-803-3512

Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies
2003 IShp Tohatsu Elec-
tric start outboard
little- use. $1000.
904.806.1520

1230 si

26FT. WINNEBAGO
Chieftain, MH '84, fully
self contained, sleeps 8
exc cond, $7800. St.
Marys GA 912- 882-3809
26' KEYSTONE
llde out, shower, AM/
FM/CD microwave.,
hitch, wrty, sips 5, heat/ AC,

'32 LUXURY '04 SC
awning, dinette, slide
out, -bed, many o1t's
$14kobo. 973-449-2478
37" COUNTRY COMFORT
05 SC, slide out front
kit, w/d, bed fully
Loaded, Must see
$19,500obo. 973-449-2478
S83-16ft Camper
A/C heat fully
l i#loaded 2000.00 JET
SKI (2) Runs great
Doulbe trlr- all access.
4000.OOF Call Jim. leave
message 904-529-8263
S93DBLW Fleetwood
3br/2ba 3 milefrom
HAS Jax 25,000 OBO
S has Porcll carport IN
PARK H/D 1200 2001100
Miles 8500 904 291-7735
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800 5416439
m, FuEEwooD
T BOUNDER 35ft '03,
t l}Mint Cond, 12K

S3-479-4122
4, RV CoacmnU Camper
S Slees4, can sleep 8.
iAC, Ifull bath, refrig.,
kitchen. 1972. $2,000.
Call 855-8021.

1300 Motorcycles
4 '00 Harley David-
Sson Sportster XL
I 1 883- $6250.
obo. Extremely low
miles 4850, excel cond.
runs great! 904-214-9949
4 1999 KX125 Kawasaki
rebuilt with RPM 154cc
FMF Pipe Trimwall
Bars upgraded sus-
pension Price below NADA
$1,700 (912) 674-2310
4 2002 YZ259F Super
/ cleann! Alum moose
,handle Bars Levers,
New Grips chain &
Sprockets plus more. $2,900
912674-0617

S2003 Suzuki GSXR
S1000 3500 miles
1 7000. firm
includes bike lover
call Dana 904 563-4377
a 2004 Suzuki JRSO Dirt
SBike low miles priced
|lbelow NADA starter
bike for kids only 1,100
call (912 )674-2310
HARLEY DAVIDSON '99
FLSTC Heritage Softail
Classic. Anniv. Edt. less
than 10kmigr. kept,
$15,900obo. 386- 586 3181
Harley Super an1d&
4,T mInt condo, bick,
1 s+s carb, FL Forks,
lowered, chrome
mag wheels, bags,
winshield, one owner
$10,500. (912)729-5802
HONDA 600RR '03
New rear tIre, after



HONDA CRSSR '03. Runs
& looks great, must sell
$2295. Call 389-7700



Call Cindl 904-225-5401
4 HONDA SHADOW
750 '03 includes
| helmets. Very low
Mileage. Excellent
condition. Call
904-803.3515


1300 Motorcycles
SUZUKI DRZ400E '02,
Brought new in Sept "04.
Looks brand new, must
sell quick $3950. 389-7700
SUZUKI RU125 '02
I Excellent condition.
J runs great, test ride
--on my property. Ask
for Brian 912-729-7932 eve-
nings.
a Yamaha Y2F600 '00
exc. cond. 4100 ml.
t I|black &silver. 2
-helmets & cover
$4000. obo. 904.742.3781
a, Yerf-Dog 2 Seater
Go-cart w/seat-
I belts, 6.5hp eng.
new tires, rollbars.
new $1000. Now! $600.
904-225-2769 or
904-294-7033 Yulee FL

1310 Auto Parrts
2 Factory Alloy
Wheels w/tires to
lf I t F o r d
Taurus/Sable $70
f o r b o t h
904-278-5224/655-1679
A, Bedllner for Chevy
6ft bed $40.00 obo.
.0795
BED RAILS/ STEP-
T SIDES -2004 Ford
SRanger XLT, orig
factory made, mint
cond $150 per set. Call
246-5797 or 982-9840
leave message.
SCARTOP CARRIER
S good cond. $50.
dehydrator, new, in
box, $25. Call &
Leave msg. 777-8120
4 ENGINE- Volk-
Sswagen air cooled
-l engine. Runs but
needs some work.
$800 ob 0. 755-8872
FORD TAURUS
SPARTS Alternator
4L(n e w ) repair
manual rims &
tires 15" exhaust sys-
tems, AC compressor,
brake rotors & pans.
tie rods motor mount
fan motor etc., etc.
need to clean out
garage call T.
78-5224/ 655-1679

For Sale (5) Tres
(, 4) w/ 3000 mi, (1)
| new-225/R75/16
$300.00 Call Iv msg
904 220-0795
HARDTOP FOR Cl
ti =and
912-269-1296
SHITCH A DRAW BAR
Class II 3500
lbs/3001b tongue
7 for Buick Le Sabre
70 obo. 904-278-5224/
55-1679
SE SE LOFSTEEL
heeDOORS-for Jeep
condit$100 OnBO CALL
912-269-1296
a TRUCK CAP. -
13 Century Brand
I* fiberglass. custom
afit, Nissan 86.5 -
'97 kng cab Exc cond
$250. Call 904-284-488r

Factory Chevrolet
Wheels from 2002
Slveradoh in good
condition. $200 obo.
Call 576-6801 leave
message.

132 Automotives/








CJ7 6 cyl needsics
CHEVY CAMERA
T g305 78yV-84spod,
Wi manual, recently
rebuilt engine 4
BBL carb, very fast Call
912-882-3097
SCHEVY CORVETTE
4, I AT, AC, 94k
Sml, Vlass T-tops
blac with silver
interior $10 ,00obo.
Nice driver 71-6008
a SALE: 1958 FORD
t FAILED 4 Door.
Great condition, new
water pump tires,
brakes, shocks, fuel pump.
Asking $800.781-1532



S1986 CJ7 6 cyl needs
light body work and
paint 31" new Tires
trons of Potential for
Jeep Enthusiast $3,900 OBO

o 1994 Mercury
SuGrand Marquis
1, 103K0 miles runs
good looks good
some rust asking $1500
ph 576-5485
S1998 Silver Honda
Civic LX 4dr
N automatic
79K miles Power
Windows/Locks Radio
/CDtA/C$6 100/OBO
(904) 449-3199
S1998 Toyota Corolla
TCE 4 Door Beige
-5Automatic good tires,
runs great, great
og ne owner clean
20 (904)284-8095
4 2000 Lincoln Signa-
ture Town car loaded
|.excellent condition
39,300 miles. $14,250
771- 1799 See 4533 Bulirun
Road Confederate Point
1 2001 T CHlder O 46k
me. Excelilent cond.
v New tires. Well main-
tained w/records.
$9,000. (904) 233- 8583.

LS Metallic Green,
kI Grey Leather.Running
Boards CD/AM/FM,
One owner 39K miles
$21,900 OBO
541-0313 or 651-9302
t 2003 Honda ACE750
S Very low mileage
excellent condition
Includes covercall
803-3515 if Interested








Call (904)803-3515


1325 Automotive

2NDBUYAUTOcom
CLEAN USED CARS
4 '96 Nissan Patfinder
SFresh 120K miles ser-
|vice New starter.
excellent mechanical
condition asking 4K
home 996-7183 cell 887-7659
ACURA 3.Z. S Type '03.
V6, leather, roof, all the
toys. $21,987

ACURA TL -S '02 Exc.
cond.. 265hp. 62kml,
$17,900. 912-632-3164
*- -
rLmilitar
and Civilian
*$99 DOWN*
I EVERYBODY I
I RIDES! 0 |
*CALL CHRIS
/ 662-0726 -

AUDI A6 '01 A-6 2.8 Quat-
tro, like new, luxury and
only 42k ml $22,994

AUDI A6 3.0 '03. only 6042
miles, fully loaded
showroom new! $29995

AUDI A6 4.2'03. Quattro,
showroom new! Fully
loaded, sunshades and
solar sunroof $32 995
4 '-.t 1>Jl. ] ,T:I I *-E ,III 1


AUDI AS '02.4.2, all wheel
drive. $30,945

AUDI All Road '03 2.7L,
Twin Turbo, silver,
quattro, prem pkg, exc.
cond., 26kmi, $32,900
904-241- 6044
AUDI TFT 02 Conv. 225"
Baseball Interior, Quattro,
6 spd, leather, loaded
with 17k miles $24.752

BMW 325CIC- 2002, Auto,
prem pkg, conv,
$32,988. 371-4728
BMW 3251- 2002 leather,
PW PL Cruise, CD.
$25,988 L71-4728
BMW 3251A 2001, AutO,
Prem. Pkg. loaded, only
39K ml. $22,988
371-4728
BMW 5281 '00 Auto pre-
mium pkg, CD, exc
cond $19500 obo
Call Dale 288-0342
BMW 5301a- 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988.
371-4728
BMW X5 3.0 2002, Auto,
leather Prem Pkg.
$31,488 371-4728
BMW XS 3.0 2002, Prem.
Pkg, low miles, rear
climate Pkg, $33,988
371-4728
BUICK CENTURY'97, like
new $5995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK CENTURY '05. Low
miles. $300/mo. WAC
Cal 3347253
BUICK PARK AVE '04,
Bluemist, like new,
$22,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK PARK AVE '95, low
miles, almost new
$5995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK PARK AVE '02.
leather. 33K miles
$17,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK REGAL '98. only
35K miles, like new
$8995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK REGAL GS '00
St#E852. $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILAC ELDORADO ETC
'95. Loaded, 81K ml.
$1000 dn. 674-4444
CADILLACCATERA '98
St#BUCE979A. $5,988
TOM BUSH AUTOR.EX 371-4877
CADILLAC CTS '03
St#F206. $27,588
TOM BUSH AUTQPLEX 371-4877
Cadillac Deville '98 looks
& runs great gold, beige
Ithr, new tires $7500
owner 904.285.0324
CHEVY CAMARO '02 Fully
loaded, need to sell fast,
immac. $10,995.389- 7700
CHEVY CAMARO Z28' 98
Low mi, must sell fast
$5995. Call 771-9100
4, CHEVY Lumlna
SSedan 96 In good
1 cond, loaded,
$2,200 Call Rick at
7447250 after 5 pm
CHRYSLER 300M
S00 38,300 mix's, all
I pwr, thr, new
Micheliln tires,
cinnamon metalllic
color, $10,700
Phone 221-7348
wlndharbllaol.com
CHRYSLER 300M O01. Low
miles. $260/mo.WAC
Call 334-7253
CHRYSLER SEEING '01
St#E855. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE INTREPID '94. In
great shape, fully
loaded, priced to sell
fast $2495. Call 389-7700
DODGE NEON'03. Low
miles. $160/mo. WAC
Call 33487253
DODGE NEON SXT '03
St#F111. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE STRATUS '04.4dr,
low ml. Must sell fast.
$210/mo wac. 771-9100
0. Ford Escort 1998
4DR 29,000+-1 miles, AC,
iscools great $3,700.
Call 855-8021.
FORD Explorer XLT '97,
beige, all pwr, exc
cond, $5000. 223-1597
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
St#BUC2418A. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '00
St#E814. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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LEXUS RX300 '01, loaded,
50k leather $24,900 obo.
Call 703-5008
UNCOLN LS VS "02
St#F248.& $21,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN MARK VIII '94
V8, atac, low miles,
loaded. $5975.777-9119
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '02,
19K miels. like new
$18,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
MAZDA 626 '01
St#F115. $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCEDES E320 '01, like
new trade In, silver
mist $23,995
KEY BUICK 642-1060
MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS 103. Low miles.
$280mo.WAC. 334-7253
MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QU15 '03. Very low ml
$229/mo. wac. 771-9100
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
'03 Loaded, 3rd seat,
low ml $11,975. 6744444
MINI COOPER '03. Type S
Low miles. Must sell
$21,900. Call 334-7253
MITS ECLIPSE SE '98. Red,
at/ac, loaded, mnrf,
nice $1000 dwn 777-9119
MITSUBISHI GALANT'02
4dr, at/ac, loaded low
ml. $900 dwn. 674-4444
NISSAN ALTIMA 2.SSL
*04, silver, leather, 13K
mi, tinted windows, CD,
Bose stereo, $18,000.
OBO must sell 743-5560
NISSAN ALTIMA OLE '01
Leather, SR, C.O., all pwr,
loaded, only 23k mi
$13.742
<-.4 BlU, IEl-.1l.E -,!eIl
NISSAN ALTIMA GXE' 03
Very low mi, $239/mo
wac. Call now 771-9100
NISSAN MAXIMA '00
St#E962A. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN SENTRA '01
St#BUC2142B. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


1325 Automotive

FORD MUSTANG GT'00
at, pw/pl, fully loaded,
looks & runs great, must
sell $8995. Call 389-7700
FORD MUSTANG GT
S'92 Awesome
Slproject, green,
silver, gray Ithr,
runs strong, rebuilt,
needs work $3500obo.
210-347-0978
4 Ford Taurus '98 Good
T condition A/C power
S windows and locks
,lCD/ Changer asking
3,000 call 729-7309
4, FORD Taurus '99
S78 k mi's, exc cond,
I new brakes, n/s,
no animals, $3500
278-1715
HONDA ACCORD '02 EX
loaded, like new, leather,
S/R, only 23k mi! $18,987

HONDA ACCORDEX '99
St#BUCE956A. $6.988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
HONDA ACCORD EX '01
Low miles. $300/mo.
WAC. Call 334-7253
HONDA ACCORD EX "02
V6 Coupe, gold, ithr,
snrf. 36Kmi, 1 owner,
$15,800. 904.940.1787
Honda Accord LX "04
2Kmi, owner, graphite
+more $18,000641.0427
HONDA CIVIC '02. Very
low mi, must call now
$199/mo wac. 771-9100
HONDA CIVIC '03 Hybrid, 4dr,
Sedan, extra clean, super
fuel economy! $16,986

HONDA CIVIC 2000
Slow miles, great
rea condition $5500
OBO. 651-6621
HONDA CIVIC- '99
SEX xlean runs great
S83000 ml, must sell
S 7,000 obo Call
465-4123
HONDA CIVIC '99
T Great Condition. $5500
S| OBO. Call (912) 882-
41*-8637
HONDA CIVIC '95. 4dr,
auto, very low mi, need
to call now 771-9100
4 HONDA CIVIC '96
/ Car of theYear Exc.
Runner, 74k miles
$5800. 992-6877
HONDA CIVICEX'01
St#F121. $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SHONDA CIVIC LX -
S5sp, exc runner
c|74k mi, $5800. Call
992-6877 or
294-3564
4 Honda Odyssey EX
T 1995 Loaded great
Condition $5500 call
KB (912) 882-5865
HONDA PRELUDE '01. Tip-
tronic Transmission like
new, only 47K ml $15,977

HYUNDAI ELANTRA '02,
warranty, auto, $7995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
'04 6 spd, 13K miles,
like new $16,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
Izuzu Rodeo" 93 V6
Stick Shift, AC, Brush
S$Guard 115K Runs Good
1,000 Call Chris
505-7993 or 278-2469
Jeep Wrangler A/T -93
AC, Green/Tan
904670569100
KIA OPTIMA LX '04. 12K
mi, leather, moonrf,
loaded $12,975. 699-9669
Land Rover Discovery
1112000 Green 56K
I miles 8 cyl Automatic
CD/AM/FM/4WD Good
Condition $15,000 OBO after
5 PM 845-4599
LEXUS ES300 '97. Leather
loaded, moonroof, CD.
$10,975. Call 674-4444


ACURA

of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600

DUVAL ACURA
11225 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8000


KEY AUDI
4660-100Southsid Blvd. 5654000




BENTLEY ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OdandoFI 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



GARBER

BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

TERRY BUICK
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marc0, St Aug 354-2057


COGGIN CHEVY- AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 MerrillRd. 721-1880

GARBER CHEVY
Hwy. 17 GCS 2644502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041
1 IN N I T3 ;= i: l 'Jl' [1 11


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYS.-PLYM.
: 1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

F FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Plym of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
JACKSONVILLE
JEEP CHRYSLER DODGE
9A&Baymeadows 493-000

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

GARBER CHRYS-PLYM
Green Cove Springs 264-2416


RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 3544421
JACK CARUSO

REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600


1325 Automotive

NISSAN SENTRA'00. Nice
First time car. $5995.
Call now 771-9100
4, NISSAN SENTRA-
S'02 SE-R pw, pm,
Spdl only 24k ml. all
maint rec, ext
warrty. car bra k/n air
filter only $11,000 call
andrew 904-548-0009
OLDS ALERO '04.4dr,
very low mi, very hot
$188/mo wac. 771-9100

pASSAT GL WAGON '03 One
owner, like new, loaded,
oni 21,kmi$18,742

PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
SSEI '01. Immac cond,
loaded, Ithr. Will finance
with $50 down. 389-7700
PONTIAC R AM SE '02
St#F105. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'04, Awesome cond,
best buy ever! $13,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
PONTIAC TRANS AM
CONVERT. '95 Exc.
cond., $4995. 610-46856
SATURN ION 3 '03
St#F194. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN L200 '03
St#F17OA. $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN SL 2 '01
St#BUCF191. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
& Short bed bedilner for
Full size Chevy/GMC
kJIpick up 2000/2005
model years. $40.00
call 282-3904 anytime
SUZUKI FORENZA '04. pw
pdl, fact warr, immac,
must sell $9995. 389-7700
TOYOTA CAMRY '00.
Need to sell fast $6995.
Call now 771-9100
TOYOTA CAMRY 92. Very
nice, needs to go fast
$3995. Call 771-9100
9, TOYOTA CAMRY SE
'02 3.0L, V6, auto-
matic, power,
leather, sunroof, 6
disc CD changer, 31,800
miles, warranty $16,000.
Call 904-213.9745.
TOYOTA COROLLA LE '02
4dr, auto. AC, allpower,
like new, only 29K miles.
$12,988

Toyota Tacoma '03 Ext
Cab4cyI. AT 50K ml, AC


VOLKSWAGON BEETLE
'00, only 40K miles,
stick $9995
KEYBUICK 642-6060
VW BEETLE GLS '00
Turbo. Red, at, loaded,
Ithr, moonroof, 40,800
miles. $11,975. 674-4444
VWJETTA '03, 14K miles,
auto, $16,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060


1325 Automotive
VW JETTA'98 V6
5spd, leather 4
|L door, heated seats,
runs great, $5600
neg. 476-6182

VWPASSATOLS '03, 4DR,
sunroof, all pwr, alum
whis, CD, like new, low
mil 4-motion $10,750


1335 $2000 or Less
Chevy Caprice Classic
'83 runs fine, fixer
upper $600 obo 465.4827
Dodge Aries '87
S60K miles,.4cyl,
runs great, AC,
$500. 908-0026
FORD EXPLORER '91
Mechanics special, body
in good shape, must sell
fast $395. Call 389-7700
FORD PROBE '89. Auto,
great shape, priced to
sell fast $695. 389-7700
Ford Taurus Wgn '92,V6,
V-cln, Airbg AT. AC, 116k
mi, $1495obo. 551- 0280

4, 1984.4x4, AT, PW, PL,
V-8, leather, good
clotires, towing package.
90k miles, $2000 obo. (912)
729-$17508.
Pontac Bonneville Park 04/2
S Fleming Island
bs. brand new 2300sf.
excel schools,
close to NAS JAX.
PCS Call 904535-3307
$1550/mo
Pontiac Bonneville '9 0
runs gd cold AC, $1100
obo. 962.7891,993.9939
Saturn S1 '932dr 5spd,
looks/runs good $1650
obo 993.9939, 962.7891
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
S R BUICK Regal '85
d new eng, new
Strains, new paint,
dual exhaust, sec
sys, A/c, custom Ithr
interior
$5,500 904-997-1993
CHEVROLET 4x4PU '93
St#BUCE688A. $4,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
CHEVROLET COLORADO
$300/mo. WAC 334-7253
CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
SILVERADO 98 turbo
diesel,. Ithr, loaded,
nice! $13,975. 699-9669
CHEVY BLAZER LS '98.
4dr, at/ac, loaded nice!
$8600 down. 674-4444
CHEVY S10 '95. Auto, AC,
67K miles. $800 down.
Call 674-4444
CHEVYS10 PU '03
St#E705A. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY Sl10 XCAB '02.
Immac shape, fully
loaded only 9K mi, need
to sell $9655. 389-7700


JAUKSUNVILLE
JEEP CHRYSLER DODGE
9A& Baymeadows 493-0000
GARBER CHRYS-
PLYM DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
SL Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
DUVAL FORD
1616 Cassat Ave. 387-6541

GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD

At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER
BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT GMC
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 AtlanticBlvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-00456-1689
DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



NIMNICHT HUMMER
1550 Cassat Ave. 338-9900


HYUNDAI OF N. JACKSONVILLE
3333 N. Main St. 354-1224
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
TERRY HYUNDAI
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 6424200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 3544421

CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV s
CHEVY SILVERADO
T 1500 02 Stepslde.
S V8, dual exhaust,
power everything,
chrome rims, towpkg,
tool box $15,998.
249-5765.

CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
'00. V6, 5spd ac nice.
$8974. Call 674-4444
Chevy Sllverado "91 Ext
cab. 1/2 ton, 23,488m1.
$8000. 904-823-1834
CHEVY TAHOE '01,
good cond, loaded, tow
$18,000 904-278-6s17

CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER '02
S $13,999 OBO red,
Exc cond, AT, AC,
cruise. CD, 48K ml.
Call 904,534-4074
CHEVY TRAILBLAZER'04,
4x4,24K miles, like new!
$17.995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
& DODGE DAKOTA
PICK-UP'97 Excel-
,|lent cond. low miles,
new water pump.
front brakes. Must see.
Asking $800. 781-1532
4 DODGE DURANGO '00
SXLT, V8, Low Miles,
1 Excellent Condition,
3rd Row Seat, Loaded
CD/FM/AM, $10,000,
Negotiable 768-1712
F-150 '92 4.9L, S
speed mech sound
|a/c, bedliner. $3500
4 obo 777-6493
FORD ESCAPE '03
Low miles. $250/mo WAC
Call 334-7253
FORD EXPEDITION
03 Black, excel-
l jlent condition.
E Loaded 41K. miles,
Keyless entry. Must
sell, $22,900 obo.
904-415-2775 or
912-573-4784
FORD EXPEDITION '00
Eddi eBauer 4x4. loaded
$15,975. Call 674-4444
FORD EXPLORER '04, EB
pkg, low miles $21,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
FORD EXPLORER '04. pw
pl,crulse/tlit, very low ml
must sell$18,995 389-7700
FORD EXPLORER '00.
$150/mo. WAC. Call
334,7253

FORD EXP SPORT TRACK
'03, only 16K miles like
new, under book
$16,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
& Ford F150-4x4, X- Cab,
2002,37.000 ml. Like
J.New! $19500. 282- 2272.
FORD F150 EXT CAB
XLT'00. Loaded, low
miles. $12,975. 699-9669
FORD F150 XCAB' 00 4x4
auto. $8995. Call now
won't last. 771-9100
FORD F250 00 Xcab, die-
sel. lo miL. ort cond.oriced


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD F350 01 X Cab. AT,
AC immac cond, must
self fast $18,995. 389- 7700
FORD RANGER'02
Edge, V6, AT. CD. alarm,
great cond 904-759.0487
or 904- 823-3626 $9500
FORD RANGER XCAB '01
St#E990B. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD Ranger XLT '93,
5spd, cold AC, 59K mi
orig. owner, $3800. Call
813-9343
FORD Ranger XLT "02,
ext cab w/topper, exc
cond. $10,900. 759-5515
GMC 1/2 TON '86,
p/u, outstanding cond.
,v8, AT, $2000. 786-1767
GMC 2500 4x4' 98. V8, at,
ac, loaded. $1000 down.
Call 674-4444
SGMC Sonoma- 1999,
/, 140,000 miles, great
work truck. White with
grey Int. Towing pkg.
$3000. (270) 452-19362or
(270) 841-7930.
GMC Sonoma '99
S140k mix's. Great
S| work truck, wht
w/grey int, towing
pkg, $3000 obo
270-452-9362 or
270-841-7930
GMC YUKON DENALI '02
Fully loaded, keyless
remote, must sell quickly
$28,995. Call 389-7700
Isuzu Rodeo '00
45,000 miles very
good cond. $8000.
obo. 272-0899
JEEP UBERlY '02
St#E767A. $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP UBERTY 03 4x4,
very low ml. Must see!
$210/mo wac. 771-9100
JEEP WRANGLER '04
St#F214. $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SPORTAGE '01. V6,
AT, AC, loaded, low
miles. $800 dn. 674-4444
LEXUSES300 '01
St#E737. $19,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA B2500 PU '99
St#BUC0825A. $4,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA B4000 '02 P/U.
4dr 41k ml, sliver,
$109,00 904-813-8161
MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS LS '03, 13K miles,
like new $17,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
MITSUBISHI
SMONTERO SPORT
'|/ XLS-'02pw, pm,
pdl, only 56k mi, 4
new tires recent
tune-up only $15,000
call Andrew
904-548-0004
MITSUBISHI MONTERO
S02. $320/mo. WAC
Call 334-7253
NISSAN PATHFINDER '98
LE 4X4, almost new
tires, tan Ithr, power
ver thing. Cal Allen
778-337 $9000 OBO


NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.ninichtcom


SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200
SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES

10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngemian Circle. 771-9100
LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561


ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO'
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
BRUMOS PRE-OWNED
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 641-2500
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-002
DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticketcom
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001

10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

FRANK GRIFFIN SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 3714877

COGGIN USED CAR
SUPERCENTER
8500 Atlantic Blvd. 724-4999

V.I.R AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439,

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 EastState SL 356-8491

TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
7200 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900





WORLD IMPORTS
www.worldimportsusa.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


JACKSONVILLE
JEEP CHRYSLER DODGE
9A & Baymeadows 493-000
MIKE SHAD
CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-2287454


COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078


LAMBORGHINI-ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reah B6d.
Longwood/0rlandoR 407-339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



NORTH FLORIDAUNCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


MATHENY LOTUS
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-600



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.dityautomotive.orn

CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
283 San Mc, StAug 354-2057
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400

COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER

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Dodge Grand Caravan Sff
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a. Dodge Ram 250 94
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1 slon van 94K ml. ,
custom wheels.
rims. TV, VCR, 4 cap-
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PW, PL, $4000. 908-0026-
FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr;
AT, dual AC, loaded.'
$8975. Call 777-9119
KIASEDONA VAN '03,
32K miles, lots of war-
ranty, $12,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
MAZDA MPV '00. Loaded;
leather, low mi, moon-
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low mi. Must sell fast
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MAZDA MPV LX '00 V6
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$8k obo. 904-254-2670

Olds Silhoutte GLS 9 Mini
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trans, SK Call 254-2316
PLYMOUTH VOYAGER '93
In exc cond, only 38K mi,'
priced for quick sale
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4, 2001 H- D Sportster
XL883 $6,250 OBO
ki Extremely low miles
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214-9949
'85 Johnson Outboard
Parts; '79 Lincoln
Towncan '85 Chevy
P.U. w/service body;
'83 Chevy Camper Van;
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1988 -1989 FORD Escort
GT, serious inquiries
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$19,995 904-396-2146
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