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Creation Date: March 3, 2005
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Special Training
Simulalor Scenarios Keep Firefighters Prepared
Pages 6-7


THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2005


Observance Held
Black History Month Celebrated
Page 8


www.jaxairnews.com


P A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER





TOUCHING Local Sailors win accolades


BASE By Lt. Tony Walters Low :& a
CPRW-11 PAO
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Annual Seabee
Ball celebration
The Northeast Florida/
Southeast Georgia Sea-
bees are hosting the annu-
al Seabee Ball in celebra-
tion of the 63rd birthday of
the Seabees, the 138th
anniversary of the Civil
Engineering Corps and
the 163rd anniversary of
Naval Facilities
Engineering Command.
The event will be at the
Omni Hotel in downtown
Jacksonville March 12.
Anyone wishing to attend
or looking for information,
call EA1 Eric Lamky, or
BU3 Nicole Kelsh at 270-
5225.


Acquisition
conference and
trade show coming

The sixth annual Jack-
sonville Acquisition Excel-
lence Conference and
Trade Show, hosted by the
Jacksonville naval commu-
nity, 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 speak-
er. This two-day confer-
ence provides a one-stop
educational opportunity for
government and industry
personnel to exchange the
most up-to-date informa-
tion on technical innova-
tions in program manage-
ment, logistics, engineer-
ing, contracting, and budg-
eting through a number of
classes on both days.
Department of Defense
acquisition workforce mem-
bers will receive 16 contin-
uous learning points for
participating in both days of
the event. For information
and registration, go to
www.acqconf.com.


Diabetic class
schedule

The following is the
Diabetic Class schedule
for Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville beneficiaries from
April through June:
April 5 9:15-11:15 a.m.
April 20 1:30-3:30 p.m.
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
Conference Room at
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville. For information call
Sharon Gladden at 542-
7431.


commander, Patrol and Recon-
naissance Group announced
the winners of its 2005 Sailor
of the Year award recently.
Rear Adm. Michael Holmes, com-
mander, Patrol and Reconnaissance
Group, presented the Shore Sailor of
the Year honor to AO1(AW) Ulandia
Brooks of Com-mander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing 11 (CPRW-11)
and Sea Sailor of the Year to VP-45's
AD1(AW/NAC/PJ) Robert Gonzales.
Brooks and Gonzales also won the
CPRW-11 Shore and Sea Sailor of the
Year awards Dec. 9. They will partici-
pate in the Commander, Naval Air
Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Sea and
Shore Sailor of the Year competition
next month. Additional congratula-
tions go to IT1(AW/SW) Ray Sibby for
his selection as the CPRW-11 Staff
Sea Sailor of the Year.
Brooks is currently assigned to
CPRW-11 as the assistant weapons
officer. She manages CPRW-11's 10
million dollar non-conventional
expenditure allocation in support of
three P-3 fleet squadrons, FRS VP-30,
and VQ-2 EP-3 fleet squadron sta-
tioned in Rota, Spain.
"Petty Officer Brooks is simply the
best of the best," remarked Capt.
Dennis Sinnett, commodore of the
wing. "Her inspiring leadership and
astute management skills have been
the cornerstone of the outstanding
success enjoyed by my wing."
As the First Class Association presi-
dent, Brooks organized over 300
hours of community service through


Local news


anchor


visits VP-30

By Lt. Joe Levy
VP-30 PAO


The maritime patrol and recon-
naissance community has made
a lot of headlines of late with
the success that the P-3C and EP-3E
aircraft have had in providing critical
intelligence to commanders in Iraq
and Afghanistan.
On Feb. 24, VP-30 took a unique
opportunity to thank a member of the
local news media, but not for her cov-
erage ofP-3C's.
By now, many are familiar with the
story of Juliana Wetmore, daughter of
AO1 Tom Wetmore, a VP-30 instruc-
tor flight engineer (FE). Juliana was
born missing nearly 40 percent of the
bones in her face due to a birth defect
called Treacher Collins Syndrome. Gil
Wood, a retired P-3C FE and current


Vice Adm. Konald Koute


AD1 (AW/NAC/PJ) Robert Gonzales AO1(AW) Ulandia Brooks


the USO's "Paint the Town", spon-
sored and coached Special Olympics,
and implemented a command
"Birthday of the Month" program. She
also volunteered as CPRW-11's key
person for the Combined Federal
Campaign Drive, resulting in contri-
butions exceeding the command's goal
of $9,000 at 100 percent command
participation.
"From her initial enlistment in the
Navy, Petty Officer.Brooks' record
reflects professional excellence and
nothing less than extraordinary accom-
plishments at each and every duty sta-
tion assigned" explained Sinnett.
The Sea Sailor of the Year award
was presented to Gonzales who is cur-
rently attached to VP-45. He has
served as a quality assurance repre-
sentative (full systems), Power Plants


leading petty officer, Maintenance
Control coordinator, detachment chief,
and has completed demanding
deployments to Keflavik, Iceland,
Dakar, Senegal and NAS Sigonella,
Sicily, Italy.
Gonzales has been awarded four
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement
Medals and Senior Sailor of the
Quarter. VP-45 Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Richard Fite, detailed
Gonzales' impact.
"He is the squadron's most knowl-
edgeable and technically proficient
power plants technician. My
squadron is ready for any operational
contingency because of his superior
efforts," Fite said.
Gonzales has been actively involved

See WING SOY, Page 9


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Photo by ATAN Tiffany Goodell
Cameraman Paul King records VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Rich Heimerle
presenting Jeannie Blaylock with a squadron photo commemorating her visit to VP-
30 and thanking her for her service to the Wetmore family.


FE instructor with the Cubic
Company at NAS Jax, helped the
Wetmore's by flying them to Miami on
occasion in his personal plane for
Juliana's, treatments. She has had
over 14 surgeries. Wood emailed First


Coast News anchor Jeannie Blaylock,
who is known for composing stories
emphasizing good things happening
from tragedy. Within two months,
See BLAYLOCK, Page 9


NTNAIMD earns

prestigious

Captain's Cup
NAS lax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
J .- presents the 2004 NAS Jax Intramural Sports
Captain's Cup to Aircraft Intermediate
',-. Maintenance Detachment (AIMD), Jacksonville
," Officer-in-Charge Cmdr. Stu Alexander during
S' : "AIMD's quarters Feb. 22. AIMD won the trophy
by participating in numerous base sporting events
including bowling, flag football, basketball, fall
softball, greybeard softball, 4-on-4 flag football
and golf. AIMD teams placed first in spring soft-
ball and bowling, second in fall greybeard soft-
ball and bowling, third in 4-on-4 flag football,
basketball and spring greybeard softball and were
the bowling league champions. 'This was obvi-
ously a large group effort and I congratulate all
of you on winning this award," said Dobson.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque


Inspector


general


to visit


NAS Jax

By Staff
Naval Inspector Gen-
eral (NAVINS-
GEN) Vice Adm.
Ronald Route will visit
NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport and NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. April 5-22 to
review a wide range of
areas, including mission
readiness, fleet support,
work environment, training
quality of life programs,
facilities and environmen-
tal management.
An advance team will
visit each of the three
installations April 5-8 to
conduct military and fed-
eral civilian employee
focus groups.
As part of the prepara-
tion for the focus groups
and for the overall
NAVINSGEN visit, all
military and civilian
employees are highly
encouraged to participate
in an anonymous internet
based survey, located at
http://www.ig.navy.mil/
southeast region.htm.
NAVINSGEN staff high-
ly encourages and re-
quests 100-percent partic-
ipation ih the survey by
installation and tenant
command personnel,
including afloat staffs,
afloat units, air staffs and
squadrons. The greater
the participation in the
survey, the less personnel
called away from their
duties to participate in
focus groups.
Installations, tenant
commands, .ships, squad-
rons and staffs are re-
quested to publish this
survey information in
Plans of the Day/Week
and encourage 100 per-
cent command participa-
tion.
During the actual NAV-
INSGEN visit, the NAV-
INSGEN staff will gather
data from various sources,
including command pre-
sentations, personnel sur-
veys, individual consulta-
tions, focus group discus-
sions/findings, interviews
and meetings with local
tenant commanders and
program managers.
Areas of interest may
change over the'course of
the visit in response to
the team's findings.


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FROM THE FLEET


Advanced Education Vouchers: Chiefs go back to school


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief
he Navy is about to
make good on a long-
awaited commitment
to its senior enlisted ranks.
Advanced Education Vou-
Schers (AEV) will be award-
ed to a select group of
chiefs, senior chiefs and
master chiefs who desire to
further their education
while on active duty.
I believe this is a tremen-
dous step in helping the
Navy achieve a more edu-
cated senior enlisted popu-
lation.
For years I have heard
Chiefs ask why the Navy
hasn't made it easier to
obtain a degree. Under the
CNO's Human Capital
Strategy, I can say the
doors are opening now
faster than ever before.
My question to you is:
Are you going to apply for
one of these vouchers? My
sincere hope is that when
the Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy con-
venes the board to select
the chiefs who will be
awarded vouchers, the
input from the fleet will be
overwhelming.
The AEV Program was
formally announced in
SNavAdmin 291/04. The
deadline for submission is
March 10. If you are inter-
ested in applying, please
consult the NavAdmin
because there are specific


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
requirements you need to
know about.
Instead of reiterating all
the specific information in
the NavAdmin, I'd instead
like to further discuss the
need that drove the AEV
Program.
The training and experi-
ence you garner from a tour
(or career) in the Navy is
invaluable. However, for
enlisted Sailors, a missing
piece of the puzzle has
often been formal educa-
tion.
Too nany Sailors (all pay
grades) have left the Navy
only to be disappointed
that they were not very
competitive in the civilian
world because they had
experience but no college.
The Navy recognizes that
and is now doing many
things to help you gain that


education.
I've spent a good deal of
time listening to you and I
think I know your feelings
about education. My
impression is those of you
who further your education
seem to have more opportu-
nities. You also seem more
confident and are less
afraid of what may lie
ahead when you depart the
Navy.
One of the questions I
sometimes get is, "why is
the Navy going to make it
mandatory for Sailors to
obtain a college degree
before they can be
advanced?" While there is
no single answer to that
question, I tend to view this
requirement in the follow-
ing way: By the time you
become a master chief, you
are working side by side
with flag officers, com-
manding officers and exec-
utive officers.
Often a master chief has
equal to or more time in the
Navy than their bosses.
However, when it comes to
education, there tends to be
a gap. Think of the poten-
tial of having our senior
enlisted on the same educa-
tion level as our more sen-
ior officers...
Education is not just
about earning a degree.
This requirement is not
just a check in the block.
Education expands one's
mind and allows for more
analytical thinking and cre-


active problem solving.
Navy experience is of
course a large part of these
processes, but it does not
represent 100 percent of
the pie.
The AEV Program is
going to allow our chiefs to
compete for dollars to earn
their education. Those who
receive the vouchers will
complete their baccalaure-
ate or master's degree and
then head back out to the
fleet armed with more
knowledge and a better
understanding of leader-
ship and management.
I can't think- of a single
reason why, provided your
PRD matches up for the
program, you wouldn't
want to at least apply for
this program. Talk about a
jump start on your future!
Shipmates, whether you
earn your education via the
AEV Program or you do it
through other means, one
thing is for sure those of
you who continue your edu-
cation put yourself in the
drivers seat.
Tomorrow's Navy is going
to look for Sailors who are
not only great at their jobs,
but also academically
sound. Our future master
chiefs will have degrees,
and our top master chiefs
will have master's degrees.
My advice to everyone is
to start on your education
as soon as you can. The
Navy is evolving, don't be
left behind.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Do military families ever get to buy their dream home?


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Buying a home is a
confounding experi-
ence for military
families. First there is the
issue of having, I don't
know, maybe a day or two
to decide on a place during
a hurried house-hunting
:trip only weeks after
receiving your orders.
." But then there is also the
fact that many military
families buy homes without
pne or the other spouse
.present. While there are no
statistics that I know of on
Ihis, I'd be willing to bet a
higher percentage of mili-
tary wives buy houses
without their husbands
Seeing it than do civilian
wives.
For Dustin and me, the
house-buying process usu-
:ally goes like this: We drive
(because I'm afraid to fly)
"to our new duty station,
drag the kids kicking and
screaming into several
Dozen houses for sale, and
:then we go back to our
;hotel and I cry because I
can't find a house I like and
we're leaving to drive back
Some the next morning.
Every house we've
:bought has been a harried


decision, and I usually find
my "dream home" once we
are settled in the new city.
But by then, of course, it is
too late because the count-
down to our next move is
already ticking.
When we moved to our
current home it didn't take
long for me to find the
house "I wish we had got-
ten instead of the one we
have." While walking the
boys in their double stroller
one day, I saw my dream
home sitting on a corner
not a mile from our present
house.
If only we could buy a
home like normal families,
I thought; with enough
time and patience to find
what we're looking for. But
no, Uncle Sam keeps us
moving on a moment's
notice, and, as with other
things in military life,
there's no time for what we
want.
For military families, the
real estate game is merely
a frantic rush to find some
place-any place-to buy so
you can line up your
movers and transfer in
time.
But really, what does it
matter, because it's not like
any of us can really build
roots in one place. It's not


like our children will live in
the same house for more
than a few years anyway, so
who cares what the house
is like, right?
This is what my husband
used to tell me...before he
saw my dream house on the
corner, which I will here-
after refer to as The House.
"It is a great house,"
Dustin said; "but it's not for
sale anyway, so forget
about it."
Then one day I was out
for a walk and saw "a sign."
It was a small rectangular
sign with silver and blue
reflectors, to be exact, and
it was affixed to the home-
owner's car windshield.
Yep, they're military.
"Dustin, the family who
owns The House is mili-
tary," I said jumping up and
down.
"So?" he said.
"So, they have to move at
some point."
"But probably not while
we live here," Dustin said.
"Well, do you think it
would be tacky if I rang the
doorbell and asked when
they're leaving?"
"Yes," Dustin said; "and
please don't do that. Not
while I'm around, at least."
SI never rang the doorbell,
but I still contend that it's


an interesting real estate
tactic.
Then last week a realtor
friend told me, "You know
The House is going up for
sale, right?"
Was I dreaming? Could it
really be? Would I actually
have the chance to buy a
house without rushing?
I immediately called
Dustin at work and said,
"The House is going up for
sale, and I don't want to
alarm you and say I'll be
crushed if we don't get it,
but, well, I'll be crushed if
we don't get it."
I could hear the panic in
Dustin's voice when he
s t a m m e r ed ,
"uh...um....well....ah." He
knows me well enough to
know once I have my heart
set on something, I either
get it, or he has to hear
about it for the rest of his
life.
So, we made an offer on
The House, and if every-
thing goes right, maybe I'll
get to live in it. For a few
years, at least if Uncle Sam
has anything to do with it.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah
smiley.com.


ABH2(RW/SWI) ILLIE GRIFFITH

Job title/command:
Air Terminal Representative

Hometown: Miami

Family Life: Married with two
children.

Past Duty Stations: USS Dubuque, USS
Saratoga, NAS Jax, USS John F. Kennedy
(JFK), NAS Meridian, Miss. and back to JFK.

Career Plans: To continue to further my edu-
cation and retire.

Most Interesting Experience: The first
time I was on a carrier flight deck.

Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!
t


FREDDIE MOXON


Job title/command:
Navy Exchange Motor Vehicle
Operator

Hometown: Jacksonville


Family Life: Single


Past Duty Stations: None


Career Plans: To retire one day.

Most Interesting Experience: Going to
Sthe Super Bowl this year. My cousin had tick-
Sets, so I got to go.

SWords of Wisdom: Keep working for what
you want.


Tax preparation is free

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 Monday, Wednesday 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 available.
What to bring to your appointment: your ID card;
Social Security cards for you and your family members;
Wage and Earning Statement(s); Forms W-2, W-2G, and
1099-R; interest and dividend statements 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 relevant information such as the
total amount paid for daycare and daycare provider's
identifying number. If electronically filing a married fil-
ing joint tax return, both 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, how-
ever walk-ins will be accepted.


Hey, Moneyman:
My wife and I just had
.our first baby. We were
,used to my wife working
before the baby's birth, now
she is.at home with our.
clild and I feel like we are
falling into a deep hole of
:debt. Any advice?
- MoneyMan sezs:
Congratulations on your
new baby. It's a life-chang-
ing event, as is going from
two incomes to one. Here
are some tips on changing
your financial lifestyle to a
one income family scenario.
Find a hobby. Instead of
:walking around a mall
exercising impulse spend-
ing, try something new like
Being involved in your com-
:munity, playing a sport,
.gardening, cooking, etc.
Teach your child that fun
times are about quality
:time together that you
enjoy, not how much money
is spent.
Decide if the extras are
really that important to


your family. Does the family
really need a big screen TV,
motorcycle, boat, etc?
Make sure to establish
proper priorities. Paying
rent, buying food and pay-
ing your utilities (electric,
water, gas) should always
be first priority. Are you
are buying designer clothes,
but can't pay your basic
bills?
Think twice before jump-
ing into a huge vehicle with
a huge monthly payment.
Buy a used car, it will still
get you from point A to
point B and leave more
money in your wallet.
Once you are on track,
use any extra monies to pay
off debts. When that is
done, start preparing for
the big ticket items in your
future- a house, college,
retirement. I also recom-
mend having an emergency
fund of at least $1,000 for
the unexpected.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


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SUNDAY SERVICES





Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic NMass
1 a.m. Protestant Worship

"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.
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and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. .


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ...............Capt Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville 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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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
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HEY, MONEYMAN!





Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 3, 2005 3


New program between Navy/community


to benefit domestic violence victims


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
NAS Jacksonville has
teamed up with the
Department of
Justice to create specific
guidelines for coordinating
the response of military
and civilian agencies
regarding domestic violence
cases involving military
personnel.
These new guidelines are
being created through the
Military/Civilian Coordin-
ated Community Response
Demonstration Project
(M/C CCR) and will en-
hance the safety of victims,
hold perpetrators account-
able for ending their vio-
lence and provide support
and safety to children
involved in family domestic
violence cases.
The program is the first
of its kind and is currently
being initiated in the
Jacksonville area involving
both NAS Jax and NS
Mayport.
These naval bases were
chosen as a prototype site
after Rear. Adm. Annette E.
Brown, commander, Navy
Region Southeast
(CNRSE), volunteered to
use them to develop a new
program. Brown, a former
member of the Defense
Task Force on Domestic
Violence, is a strong advo-
cate for combating domestic
violence within the mili-
tary.
Another program will
also begin soon at Fort
Camp-bell, Ken. If success-
ful in the prototype areas,
the program could eventu-
ally be used on military
installations worldwide.
"Historically and current-
ly, there has been a very
different response system
regarding domestic violence
in the civilian and military
communities. As a result of
one of the recommenda-
tions of the Defense Task
Force on Domestic Violence,


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Connie Sponsler-Garcia, military projects coordinator of the Battered Women's Justice
Project (center), explains the new Military/Civilian Coordinated Community Response
Demonstration Project to Capt. Chip Dobson, NAS Jax commanding officer (left), Meria
Williams, civilian coordinated community response coordinator, Capt. Chuck Tamblyn, NAS
Jax executive officer and Gus Terlaje, NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center director Feb.


it was determined there
was a need to increase
options for victims and that
each system needed to
enhance its capability to
hold offenders accountable,"
explained Military Projects
Coordinator and Jackson-
ville Site Coordinator
Connie Sponsler-Garcia of
the Battered Women's
Justice Project.
"The M/C CCR is a part-
nership of numerous differ-
ent agencies including law
enforcement, justice sys-
tems and victims advocates
all working with the mili-
tary to help combat domes-
tic violence incidents," con-
tinued Sponsler-Garcia.
"This project will help
agencies share information
and provide more resources
for victims of domestic vio-
lence."
Each site is responsible
for selecting a military and
civilian CCR coordinator
who will work with a site
coordinator to review exist-
ing coordination practices
between the military and
civilian agencies regarding
procedures in handling


domestic violence cases.
The coordinators will also
be responsible for conven-
ing an implementation
team who will assist in
developing a new coordina-
tion plan and getting the
program up and running
here. The implementation
team will also determine
any specific training or
technical assistance needed
to support this new pro-
gram.
"The entire program is
being funded by the
Department of Justice so
there is no cost to the mili-
tary bases except staff
resources," continued
Sponsler-Garcia, who has
also served on the
Department of Defense
Task Force on Domestic
Violence.
NAS Jax, NS Mayport
and the City of Jacksonville
are currently in the map-
ping stage of the project.
"Right now we have four
teams who are currently
looking at the entire
process of how military and
civilian domestic violence
incidents are handled in


our area. They will access
every step and eventually
we'll determine what needs
to be changed and how we
can improve on what we
are doing now. We have
both military and civilian
employees from NAS Jax
and NS Mayport on each of
the different teams as well
as civilians from different
agencies within the com-
munity. It's definitely a col-
laborative effort," stated
Counseling and Advocacy
Coordinator for CNRSE
Sandy Jones, who has been
coordinating the two bases
to assist with the project.
Last year, more than 200
domestic violence cases
were handled involving
personnel from the two
bases.
"I've been working in this
field for 10 years now and
this figure really hasn't
changed over the years. It
is definitely a problem and
I think we can always
improve our cooperation
with the community. We've
been working with them for
a long time on this issue,"
continued Jones. "When




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By 101 Mike England
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Retired civil service and non-appropriated fund
employees who were assigned to NAS
Jacksonville when they retired are now eligible
to participate in the use of Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) programs aboard the base. NAS
Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
enacted the new initiative recently after nearly a year
of preparations by MWR and the NAS Jax Security
Department. It was really an issue of security," said
NAS Jax MWR Director John Bushick. "The security.
instruction didn't allow base access for civil service
retirees, so we had to figure out a way to get them on
base before they could access our facilities."
According to NAS Jax MWR Communications
Director Jennifer Eveges, the changes will increase
MWR's patron base and reward Department of
Defense (DoD) retirees for their years of hard work.
"People who have spent a large portion of their lives
working hard for DoD should have the right to contin-
ue to use MWR facilities after they retire," she stated.
"This is really our way of saying thank you to our DoD
retirees."
While DoD retirees will be unable to use the Child
Development Center or other youth activities pro-
grams, they will be allowed to continue their use other
MWR programs and facilities such as the fitness cen-
ter or eateries. However, the additional customers will
not affect MWR's current level of service. "Our new
customer's will not take away anything from our active.
duty folks," Bushick said. "We think that this is an,
important step in keeping our base vibrant.
Jacksonville has many dedicated civilian employees
who consider NAS Jax a big part of their lives. This
allows them to continue their relationship with the
base."
To begin accessing MWR facilities, retired govern-.
ment employees should request a hard copy of their
Request for Personnel Action to facilitate vehicle regis-.
tration then contact MWR in Building One at 542-;
3577. MWR will enter the member into the security
database then the Security Department will issue-a.
base ID and a temporary vehicle pass for a period not
to exceed one year.


Mayor John Delaney was in
office, the city created a
Domestic Violence Task
Force and we participated
in that. We keep doing this
to make things better for
victims here."
Although the project will
take some time to imple-
ment here, the cooperation
of everyone involved has
been overwhelming.
"A lot of people have come
together to make this work.


I think the fact that this is
a prototype and that hope-
fully we'll be able to share
these results with other
communities who have mil-
itary installations is what
makes it so interesting.
There really isn't a set
model for coordinating the
military and civilian
response to domestic vio-
lence incidents, so hopefully
we can create one,"
Sponsler-Garcia.


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4 J AlX r NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 3, 2005


HS-11 completes special



warfare training in Norfolk


By Lt. j.g. John Roath
and Ensign Dave Colon
HS-11
Recently, a team of
"Dragon-slayers"
consisting of pilots,
aircrew and maintainers
were detached to Norfolk,
Va. where they were hosted
by the "Chargers" of HC-6
and executed numerous
training events with SEAL
Team 10 as part of naval
special warfare training.
The special warfare train-
ing offered HS-11 personnel
exciting opportunities such
as parachute drops
(Paradrops), a method of
inserting troops into areas
where it is not feasible for a
helicopter to land and heli-
borne visit, board, search
and seizure (HVBSS).
HVBSS is an exciting
operation, in which SEALs
are deployed from the heli-
copter from an altitude of
at least 2,500 feet above
ground level to a ship that
does not comply with inter-
national law; the ship is
then searched and possibly
seized.
In addition, while in
Norfolk, HS-11 practiced,
day and night, HVBSS with
the USNS Mount Baker (T-
AE 34) serving as the-non-
compliant ship. HVBSS re-
quires intricate planning
and coordination between
all parties involved, espe-
cially when utilizing a boat
assault force (BAF). A BAF
is a team of SEALs that
board with the HVBSS
team; however, they board
from rigid hull inflatable
boats (RHIB). Timing is


Photos courtesy of HS- 11
SEAL Team 10 members inside an H-60 Seahawk from HS-11
prepare for parachute drops off the coast of Norfolk, Va.,
during joint naval special warfare training.


..-,..-- .. .


A HS-11 H-60 Seahawk hovers over land as members of SEAL
Team 10 practice deploying from a helicopter and securing
an unidentified site during a recent naval special warfare
training exercise in Norfolk, Va.
essential when operating During one of the HVBSS
with a BAF team, and this exercises, a BAF member
valuable training increases was injured after falling
the chance for success dur- over 20 feet from the ship
ing combat operations. to a RHIB, sustaining seri-
This detachment was ous injuries. HS-11 Pilot Lt.
especially eventful for HS- Eric Isaacson hovered
11 pilots and aircrew. above the RHIB and utiliz-


ing the expert skills of AW2
Amanda Egloff and AW1
Eric Moser hoisted the
injured Sailor to the air-
craft, immediately flying
him to Portsmouth Naval
Hospital, where he was
treated for a broken hip.
The quick action by the
SEALs, pilots, and aircrew-
men prevented further
injury to the wounded
Sailor. The Dragonslayers
of .HS-11 performed
superbly, kept their cool,
and maintained focus dur-
ing an intense evolution.
In addition to the success
of the MEDEVAC, the
entire detachment gained
experience flying in adverse
weather and conducting
missions they expect to per-
form overseas. "I definitely
feel that I am more confi-
dent flying the H-60
Seahawk, after flying mis-
sions like Paradrops in
adverse weather, and
HyBSS operations," said
Lt. Mike Jackson.
A detachment of this kind
requires extensive planning
and hard work from the
entire squadron. The pilots
and aircrew increased their
knowledge of tactics, tech-
niques and procedures. The
maintainers worked over-
time to ensure aircraft
readiness while away from
home, performing flawlessly,
maintaining three SH-60F
helicopters in peak condi-
tion for the duration of the
detachment. Overall, the
detachment .was a great
training evolution as the
Dragonslayers kicked off the
unit level portion of their
pre-deployment training.


Blue Angels seeking more enlisted applications


From Blue Angels
Public Affairs
he Navy Flight Dem-
onstration Squadron
(Blue Angels) is
encouraging qualified Sail-
ors and Marines to apply
for the 2006 season. The
application deadline is
April 1, 2005, and selection
results will be available
June 1.
According to Chief Avia-
tion Electrician's Mate(AW)
Louis Arrazola, the Blue
Angels' command career
counselor and applications
chief petty officer, there are
open billets for E-5 and E-6
aviation machinist's mates,
E-4 through E-6 aviation
electrician's mates, E-4 and
E-5 aviation structural
mechanics, E-4 and E-5 avi-
atidn electronics techni-
cians, E-5 aviation mainte-
nance administrationmen,
E-5 storekeepers, E-5 and
E-6 photographer's mates,
E-5 and E-6 hospital corps-
men with an 8406 NEC,
and E-5 through E-7
yeomen (YN).
Yeoman billets are Type 1
shore duty, and only YNs
Completing a sea duty tour
may apply. A normal tour of
duty is three years and is
considered Type 2 sea duty
for rotational purposes.
Outstanding E-4 perform-
brs will be considered.
"We are looking for moti-
vated, hard-charging
Sailors and Marines with
outgoing personalities to
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throughout today's Navy,"
Arrazola said. "Our team of
Navy and Marine Corps
professionals is a direct
reflection of personnel cur-
rently stationed around the
world displaying honor,
courage, and commitment
on a daily basis to uphold
our nation's values and
ideals."
Command Master Chief
(AW) Kevin Harris said
applicants have to be will-
ing to go above and beyond
the call.of duty.
"This team is filled with
traditions, pride and most
of all team spirit," Harris
said. "We are looking for
Sailors and Marines to go
that extra mile and are
ready to be'called upon at a
moment's notice. If you
have.that team spirit, you
could be the next Blue
Angel."
Blue Angels crew coordi-
nator, Aviation Structural
Mechanic 1st Class (AW)


Calvin Carter, said appli-
cants have to be good exam-
ples of today's Navy.
"Although helpful, F/A-18
Hornet experience is not
required," he said.
"However, we are looking
for sharp and motivated
men and women."
"This is a great opportu-


nity to showcase the profes-
sionalism the Navy and
Marine Corps have to
offer," Arrazola said. "It is
also a great chance to trav-
el throughout the United
States and Canada."
Application details are
outlined in NavAdmin
261/04. Additional informa-
tion and applications are
available at www.bluean-
gels.navy.mil or by contact-
ing Arrazola until March 4
at DSN 658-2551/2505 or
commercial (760) 339-
2551/2505.
After March 4, contact
him at DSN 922-2583 ext.
152 or commercial (850)
452-2583 Ext. 152 or e-mail
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Photo courtesy of VR-58
(From left) Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R-Md.), Rep. Silvestre Reyes
(D-Texas), Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.), Lt. Cmdr. Grant
Haskin, Lt. Cmdr. Rich Shettler, Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Pa. and
Vice Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee),
Rep. Solomon Ortiz (D-Texas), Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.),
ABH2 Natalie Champion, ADC Steve Junger and Roy Kim,
state department interpreter prepare to board the aircraft
headed for North Korea.

VR-58 provides logistic support

during recent trip to North Korea


From VR-58 Public Affairs
.R-58 recently com-
pleted a trip behind
North Korea's iron
curtain. Flying a cargo/pas-
senger modified Boeing 737-
700, the "Sunseekers" flew a
contingent of six United
States Congressmen to
Pyongyang, Democratic
Peoples Republic of Korea
last January for diplomatic
dialogue concerning North
Korea's nuclear weapons
program.
The trip to North Korea
included stops in Khab-
arovsk, Russia; Seoul,
Republic of Korea; Beijing,
China and Tokyo, Japan.
Pennsylvania Congress-
man Curt Weldon who is
vice chairman of the House
Armed Services Committee,
led the bipartisan group of
U.S. lawmakers in the talks,
that he said were to discuss
important issues with North
Korea's second in charge,
Kim Yong Nam.
Other members of the del-
egation included Texas Con-
gressman Solomon Ortiz
and Congressmen Roscoe
Bartlett of Maryland, Fred
Upton of Michigan, Silves-
tre Reyes of Texas and Eliot
Engel of New York.
"The visit was instrumen-
tal in paving the way for
multinational talks be-
tween the United States
and the visited nations. We
couldn't have done it with-


out the Navy's team of pro-
fessionals," stated Weldon.
The delegation also took
advantage of the aircraft's
cargo capacity and delivered
over 12,000 pounds of med-
ical supplies and hu-mani-
tarian aid to Medan,
Indonesia, for the Tsunami
stricken area of the Ache
Peninsula.
Lt. Cmdr. Rich Shettler,
one of the VR-58 pilots
summed up the trip -when
he said, "It was a once-in-
lifetime experience and I am
proud to have been a part of
such an important mission."
The Navy flight crew con-
sisted of three pilots, Lt.
Cmdrs. Grant Haskin, Chris
Fordham and Rich Shettler,
one crew chief, ADC Steve
Junger, one loadmaster,
AM2 Melissa Countryman
and a transport safety spe-
cialist, ABH2 Natalie
Champion.
The entire mission, which
covered over 30,000 miles
and eight countries, came off
without a hitch. The aircrew
and maintenance personnel
involved received a Bravo
Zulu from the chairman of
the delegation for their
efforts and support during
the 14-day mission.
"I'm extremely proud of
the crew who made this trip
so successful. They did it in
true Sunseeker fashion," re-
marked VR-58's Command-
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Jacksonville and


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sign agreement
By Katherine Midyette 126(B) to the fleet.
NAVAIR Depot "This is another opportu-
Public Affairs Specialist nitv for a partnership to


B AE Systems and
NAVAIR Depot Jack-
sonville recently ini-
tiated a partnership to
service the AN/ALQ-126 (B)
Jamming and Deception
Countermeasures System.
Currently, the system is
produced at the Depot's
Avionics Laboratory. The
commercial service agree-
ment will bring more than
$11 million in revenue to
the Depot over the next five
years and includes two
additional five-year options.
The goal of the partner-
ship is to make the AN/
ALQ-126 more available to
the Naval Fleet. Currently,
BAE and the Naval Inven-
tory Control Point-Philadel-
phia (NAVICP-P) have a
Performance Based Logis-
tics (PBL) contract in place
to supplythe AN/ALQ-


work well for the fleet.' In
any good partnership, both
sides win, both sides come
out ahead, and certainly,
our partnership with BAE
and the contract with NAV-
ICP are going to be a win-
ner. We're going to play to
our strengths, which for the
Depot is fixing things. I
know these things take a
lot of work to get from con-
cept to execution and this is
where we get down to the
execution," said Depot
Commanding Officer Capt.
David Beck.
"We (BAE) are all about
the mission, all about sup-
porting the warfighter.
That's what we're about
and we want to do whatev-
er that process is that
makes that happen the
best. This looks like a good
win/win project," comment-
ed Gary Mucha, BAE senior


Photo by Victor Pitts
Command Officer Capt. David Beck signs the commercial
service agreement during a ceremony held Feb. 17. BAE
Director of Procurement Charles Marden, right, and Senior
VP for Operations, Gary Mucha, left, look on.


vice president for opera-
tions.
"I think we'll make it a
successful future together
and the real acid test is
how well these systems
work on the airplanes
around the world, as we do
our missions, fighting the
global war on terrorism and


any other world events that
require our military's pres-
ence. It's an important con-
tract and, having spent a
lot of time at sea, I know
how important it is to get
these ALQ-126s working
and on the airplanes, func-
tioning and ready to go,"
concluded Beck.


Patient Safety

Awareness week to help you ask, listen and learn


From Naval Hospital ax
Public Affairs


Naval Hospital Jacksonville,
like other hospitals and
healthcare organizations
across the United States, is preparing
to observe Patient Safety Awareness
Week, March 6-12.
The theme of this year's observance
is "Effective Communication: The
Patient Safety Tool of Choice."
The goal of Patient Safety
Awareness Week is to promote educa-
tion and communication about
patient safety, and partnerships
between patients and healthcare
providers to improve safety.
At Naval Hospital Jacksonville,
your safety is our primary concern.
We are continuously looking for
opportunities to enhance the safety of


the patient care environment.
The key to achieving this goal is
continuous communication with you -
our healthcare consumer. Current lit-
erature shows that patients who take
an active part in decisions about
health care are more likely to have a
better experience.
Consider these tips and guidelines
to become an active member of the
healthcare team:
Set aside a day during Patient
Safety Awareness Week to clean out
your medicine cabinet get rid of old
medications and make sure current
medications are up to date.
Check your prescriptions twice
and ask your pharmacist questions.
Bring a friend or family member
to the doctor to help ask questions
and help you listen.
Know what medications you take


and why you take them.
Speak up if you have questions or
concerns, and if you don't understand,
ask again!
Learn about your own health
issues become an informed con-
sumer.
Participate in all decisions about
your treatment. You are the center of
the healthcare team.
Come check out the Patient Safety
information table in the Pharmacy
Waiting Area, March 8-10.
Please share your ideas and con-
cerns regarding Patient Safety by
submitting your ideas in the sugges-
tion boxes situated in key locations
throughout the hospital during
Patient Safety Awareness Week.
Your satisfaction, safety and opti-
mal level of health are our priorities.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff


he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the avoidance of
personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes


are free and available to service mem-
bers and their families, and civilian
personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
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Photo by Victor Pitts
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ed the 2004 CFC Leadership Award by Ken Emanuel,
CFC loaned officer. The Depot was recognized during the
CFC campaign celebration held at NS Mayport Jan. 19,
for raising a total of $252,290, surpassing the Depot's
original goal of $202,000. The Depot's contributions
comprised 10 percent of the total monies collected in the
Southeast Georgia/Northeast Florida region during the
2004 campaign.



Fleet Hospital Jax team returns

from Djibouti deployment

From Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs
Twenty-nine medical personnel returned from
deployment in Djibouti, Africa Feb. 20 and 24.
Twelve arrived in two separate flights on Feb. 20
and were greeted by loved ones at Jacksonville
International Airport. The remaining 16 returned around
2:30 a.m. on Feb. 24 by bus after flying into Marine
Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, N.C.
The team; consisting of doctors, nurses and hospital
corpsmen; initially deployed to Camp Lemonier, Djibouti
on Aug. 1, 2004. They served with an Expeditionary
Medical Unit (EMU) team in support of Combined Joint
Task Force Horn of Africa counter-terrorism operations
in the region.
Besides supporting joint force military personnel in the
area the EMU also conducted numerous community out-
reach programs providing volunteers who helped out in
schools and orphanages and in medical clinics.
This was the third unit to deploy to Djibouti in support
of the EMU. Deployments generally lasted six to eight
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Mobile Aircraft Firefighter Training Device during a training
session with NAS Jax firefighters.


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use simulator .


to stay sharp
Lt. Tim West gets up close and personal with a simulator fire.
By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
anytime an aircraft crashes, catches fire or spills com-
bustible fuel aboard a naval air station lives depend -
on specially trained firefighters to respond to the cri-
sis. NAS Jacksonville's firefighters rely on a combination
of specialized training and experience to respond quickly 4
and correctly to an emergency. That is why they use the
Mobile Aircraft Firefighter Training Device (MAFTD) to
help them prepare in case disaster should strike.
to stay sharp








The MAFTD is designed to meet the live fire require-l i a s
ments for Department of Defense (DoD) firefighter certifi-
cation. Firefighters participate in evolutions designed to
s simulate fuselage fires, spill fire extinguishments as well
bustible fuel aboard a naval air station lives depend cop,- 'i-". ., -p







as wing and tail engine fires. Other training scenario os
include wheel, flight deck, galley, cargo n and cbin afires.o
Firefighters also gain experience in fire control and
extinguishment techniques using hand line operations onthe Lt Tim West attempts to cool down the simulator as flam
fires involving liquid 02 converters and aircraft batteries. L..imWet billow from underneath it.
"I think this device really gives our guys the extra edge j
thy need to stair y sharp," said NAS Jacksoville Fire Chief Firefighter Gary Blaylock uses a widestream from his fire
help them prepare in case disaster should strike. :; ^'a;''fi "Iffll







dy Hall. "MAFTD is the closest our guys will come to a hose to extinguish the simulator's fire.
mets fire without actually being in one."
cahe simulator, which ips based out of NS Mayport, can be
figured to simulate different types of aircraft including
the P-3 Orion and S-3 Viking. It uses propane and comput- "
er controlled burn sements to fuelgo and control 13 sepa-
rate types of fires and an almost unlimited number of pro-
grammablefireghterscenarios. MAFTD also has a smoke and
fog generamto to help trainers provide a more realistic sce-t. Tm W t a s to c d t s a
nario.
"This is the only live fire training device out there that
can give firefighters the chance to see what a fire is really k
like," said Lt. Billy Brown, a MAFTD console operator. "Weit.
throw everything but the kitchen sink u at these guys. It's
they need to stay sharp," said NAS Jacksonville Fire Chief Firefighter Gary Blaylock uses a wide-stream from his fire









essential for firefighters to expect t the unexpected during a hoe to et h te s to
real fire wtho a bei ."in on
A crew of three to four firefighters travel throughout the .(
Southeast Region with the simulator training the region's
firefighters. The console operator controls the simulator
remotely while two instructors/safety observers grade theo-
participants and ensure the training is conducted safely.istic sce-
"We use headsets to communicate with each other dur-that
can giveDoD firefighters arthe requirchance to see what a fire is reaFTlly
throw every montho maing butain the k kitchen sinkfication these guys. It's -
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ini," said NAS Jax Firefighteructor CapLt. Tim West. "It's easy to Firefighter Gary Blaylock (left) and Lt. Tim West charge into Bobby Sweat inspects the device before a scheduled train.


get complacent if you don't keep up on your training. It's the simulator to battle the fire that is raging inside. session with NAS Jax firefighters.
easily one of the most important things we do.









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Naval Hospital Jacksonville




observes Black History Month

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs


Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Multi-Cultural
Committee hosted a Black
History Month Observance in the
hospital's Child Street Caf6'
Galley on Feb. 16. More than 100
staff members attended the
event, several dressed in native
African attire.
This year's Black History
Month theme focuses on the
Niagara Movement. This 1905-
1910 organization of black intel-
lectuals led by W.E.B. DuBois
called for full political, civil, and
social rights for black Americans.
The Niagara Movement was the
forerunner of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP).
Speaking at the hospital obser-
vance was Hospital Executive Off-
icer Capt. Elaine Wagner and
Guest Speaker Dr. Eddie Lee
Collins, Jr., interim department
'head and assistant professor at the
University of North Florida. Collins
is also a former Navy commander.
In her remarks, Wagner reflect-
ed on the inner strength, determi-
nation and resolve of historic
'black leaders. Wagner challenged
her listeners to emulate them and
'to "find your dream or a worthy


Photos by HM2 Michael Morgan
The First African Missionary Baptist Church Male Chorus of Kingsland,
Ga., performs a spiritual.


cause to look for it, find it and
be true to it."
Collins reminded his audience
that the struggle for equality by
black Americans is part of a larg-
er struggle for freedom by
Americans of all races and creeds.
He pointed out that all of our his-


stories and our futures are inter-
twined. "African-American histo-
ry simply makes American histo-
ry more complete," he said.
Other highlights of the Black
History Observance included a
poetry recital and dramatization
of the "African-American Legacy,"


Two Naval Hospital Jacksonville
staff members dramatize the
"African-American Legacy," a
poem written by HM2 Percell
Demery. Portraying a "slave" is CS1
Kelvin Wiggins with "slave Master"
CS2 Donald Young. Other enactors
(not shown) included CSSN
Johnathan Strother, CSSN David
Morris, CSSN Jesus Collazo and
CS2 Todd Jackson.
a poem written especially for the
event by HM2 Percell Demery
and recited by CSC Ricky
Strickland. Musical performanc-
es, including black spirituals,
were rendered by the First
African Missionary Baptist
Church Male Chorus of
Kingsland, Ga., as well as soloists
HM1 Christopher McKenzie and


Interim Department Chair and
Assistant Professor at the Univer-
sity of North Florida Dr. Eddie Lee
Collins Jr. addresses guests at the
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Black
History Month Observance.
DK2 Allison Mitchell.
Also participating in the obser-
vance were SH2 Michelle
Johnson, DT1 Willie Collins, HM3
Ron Weekes, Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington, Lt. Cmdr. Katrina
Pringle and Lonnie Daniel.
Chairing the subcommittee that
put the program together was
HM2 Ray Wagner assisted by
HM2 Timika Figgs and RP2
Brunette Alouidor.
Storyboards at the event as
well as display cases throughout
the hospital's clinic spaces fea-
tured black historical information
and artifacts put together by Rose
Cozier, Cmdr. Alice Whitley and
Sharon Wesley. The displays will
remain in place throughout Black
History Month.


The monkey business of keeping good health


By Lt. Solomon Pearce
D.O., MC, USNR
0 ne of the most memo-
rable zoo experiences
of my life occurred in
IPittsburgh, Pa. I was watch-
'ing about a dozen Japanese
ISnow monkeys (Macaques)
in their cage as a young
blond boy, about eight years
old, approached the exhibit.
The boy had in tow half
the gift shop, was spilling
,his popcorn and was well
:beyond his mother. The boy
reached the railing directly
across from me and started
'screaming at the monkeys
:to get up and dance for him.
,:His cries became more insis-
tent as they seemed to
ignore him, so he took his
.balloon-on-a-stick began
.banging the bars as his
:shrieks became more insult-
'ing.
A small crowd gathered to
see what was causing all the
commotion, but still his
mother ignored his antics.
Just then, one of the older
;monkeys perched high in
the corner took a piece of
scat that was sitting beside
him and hurled it at the boy.
The feces struck the lad in
,his right chest bounced to
smear his stuffed platypus
in his left hand before com-
ing to rest on the ground at
,his feet.
Instantly the boy exploded
in tears and screams, his
mother yelled for the
zookeepers to control their
animals, and the monkeys
(and the crowd) broke into
an uproar of laughter.
One of the things that
separates most of us from
the monkeys and the boy in
the story, is what psychia-
trists -like to call impulse
control.
Psychiatrists are famous
for naming behaviors and
actions and all they mean
by impulse control, is the
ability to think before act-
ing, and to choose to
restrain certain actions that
may not be appropriate. The
boy did not control his
impulses to scream at the
monkeys and bang on their
bars. The old monkey did
not control his impulse to
hurl excrement.
I am sure that each of us
at some time in our life has


wanted to act as freely as
the monkey, or at least has
wanted to scream like the
boy, but we held back.
Whether it was the boss at
work, the obnoxious cus-
tomer, or the driver that cut
us off, we did not act on our
first impulse.
There are hundreds of
examples in our day to day
life that demonstrate our
ability to control our im-
pulses, but by the same
token, there are many times
we fail to do so especially
concerning our own health.
I have never really under-
stood bad habits. Why would
someone choose to continue
an activity that they know
was harmful? Ignorance is
comprehensible, but the fact
of the matter is millions of
people in this country are
killing themselves with
their bad habits. Why?
Again the only reasonable
explanation seems to fall on
poor impulse control.
To highlight this fact, con-
sider the Center for Disease
Control's top 10 leading
causes of death in the
United States. Five of the
top 10 can be directly traced
to bad habits (poor diet,
insufficient exercise, alcohol
and tobacco use).
No one forces you to
smoke, or to have that por-
tion supersizedd"; you have
that choice. You could con-
trol that urge to drink alco-
hol, or to lie around growing
in girth but all too often we
eat, drink and are lazy, and
it kills us.
When looking at some of
the leading causes of death
in the rest of the world we
find things like diarrheal ill-
nesses, tuberculosis, and
malaria. It takes quite a
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the result of poor
impulse control. So
then why in a country
where we have so little
to fear from external
forces, do we self-
destruct and hasten our
own demise?
So what should you
do or avoid to live a
longer, healthier life?
Now that you under-
stand your good health
is really up to you, here
are four keys that will
extend the time you
spend on this earth, and
postpone your inevitable
communion with death.
Exercise, eat well, sleep,
do not ingest poison.
Medical advice as old as
time, but ignored everyday.
Applying Newton's first
law of motion (who'd have
guessed 11th grade physics
would be applicable) we find
that it is much easier to
exercise if we do it before
settling down for the night
in front of the television.
If we would start a simple
habit of going for a walk
after getting up from the
dinner table (an object in
motion is more likely to stay
in motion) instead of meld-
ing into the couch for hours
of "must see TV." (an object
at rest is more likely to stay
at rest) our exercise could
become part of our nightly
routine (i.e., Every night we
have dinner, thus every
night we walk, therefore
every night we push disease
off a little further).
For those who want some-
thing more, NAS Jax is
blessed with the Wellness
Center which will create a
personalized workout rou-
tine, enroll you in fitness
classes, or just provide
equipment on which you can
exercise. They can be
reached at 542-5292 and is
free to everyone.
Eating well is simple. It is
the primary cause of the
increasing lifespan during
this century, but now, in this
country our diet of excess is
causing increased health
problems. Describing the
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To get the proper advice
ask your doctor to refer you
to the nutrition department.
Again, our hospital's nutri-
tion staff will instruct any-
one with a referral on prop-
er eating habits and nutri-
tion. Almost everyone
thinks they eat well, but
almost everyone is wrong.
Go see the nutritionists; you
will learn something that
will keep you alive longer.
The importance of sleep is
frequently overlooked when
health is discussed. Without
it's restorative properties
our immune systems are
weakened, our concentra-
tion is diminished, and we
die sooner than necessary.
Studies have shown that
away from stimuli which
would give subjects clues
about their normal sched-
ules, the average person
slept 11 hours a day. The
good night's sleep being
defined as eight hours was
assigned arbitrarily but the
average American adult is
now getting approximately
six and a half hours of sleep.
This constant state of
sleep deprivation forces our
body to adjust its metabo-
lism to attempt to compen-
sate chemically for our
fatigue. This state of altered
metabolism leaves the body
and the mind vulnerable for
illness and injury.
As for. poison ingestion,
avoid it. Alcohol, caffeine,
cannabis, cocaine, tobacco
are all on a continuum of
substances viewed in differ-


ent societal contexts as
acceptable, but across the
board all cause your body
harm.
These are just of few of
the innumerable small good
habits that if we started and
controlled our impulses to
do the opposite, would
greatly improve our health.
So don't be a monkey. Take
control of your impulses and
your own health. Exercise,
eat well, sleep plenty, and


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avoid poison so I (or some
other doctor) will see you
later, rather than sooner.
This article is one of a series
of health care-related articles
published by the Department of
Family Practice Residency
Training Program at Naval
Hospital Jax. Dr. Pearce
received his medical degree
from the Lake Erie College of
Osteopathic Medicine. He is
assigned as a physician at the
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Family Practice Department.


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following classes are available at NAS Jax:


Photo by ATAN Tiffany Goodell
AO1 Tom Wetmore (right) makes a few midflight adjustments as Lt. Joseph Levy looks to bank
left during a special orientation flight for the First Coast News Team Feb. 24 aboard a one of
VP-30's P-3 Orions.

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Blaylock replied and ran Juliana's story on
First Coast News.
The story has since spread all over the
world. It has made the cover of the Navy
Times and has been translated by the
Spanish network Telemundo. News crews
from South Korea, England, and Japan
have come to Jacksonville to do stories,
highlighting the tremendous universal
interest in how the Wetmore's have han-
dled their daughter's condition.
In South Korea, where children with
deformities are often fearfully held indoors
by their parents, Juliana's story could
potentially positively influence cultural
bias in that country.
Of equal importance, the positive media
exposure generated by Blaylock's story
continues to snowball and has helped the
Wetmore's offset the financial burden cre-
ated by Juliana's condition. While the
Navy pays for her medical care, air and
ground transportation, food and lodging
are not covered for the trips to Children's
Hospital in Miami.
As an indication of just how inspiring the
story has become in the Jacksonville area,
viewers of First Coast News voted
Juliana's story as the number one news
story of the year for the First Coast, even
after a year of unprecedented hurricanes
and election frenzy.
As a way of saying thanks to Blaylock for
her efforts in helping a VP-30 Sailor and
his family, Capt. Rich Heimerle, the
squadron's commanding officer, invited
Blaylock to fly on an orientation flight on
one of VP-30's P-3C's. Accompanied by her
cameraman, Paul King, Blaylock took to
the skies at 11 a.m. last Thursday in LL-
290 to view the latest Aircraft Improve-
ment Program (AIP) technology in action.
"We all hear so much about the infrared
camera and the great capabilities that our
military aircraft have," said Blaylock. "It's
great to see all of this first hand."
AW1 Jeremy Auler operated the electro-
optic equipment, focusing on various land-


AP4
First Coast News reporter Jeannie Blaylock
and Cameraman Paul King get a few hugs
and kisses from friend, Julianna Wetmore at
VP-30 Feb. 24.
marks such as Alltel Stadium and the
First Coast News building downtown.
Wetmore served as the FE for the flight,
and Gil Wood also flew along with the
crew.
Lts. Mark Burns and Joe Levy piloted
the aircraft north along the St. Johns River
past The Jacksonville Landing and the
First Coast News building near Alltel
Stadium and continued out to Mayport and
Amelia Island, before flying back down the
river for a landing at NAS Jax one hour
later.
At the end of the flight, the aircraft was
greeted by Tami Wetmore (Tom's wife) and
daughters, Kendra, and Juliana. The
chief's mess from Mayport made a $1,000
donation to the Juliana Fund. Heimerle
thanked Jeannie Blaylock again in front of
the gathered squadron members and pre-
sented her with mementos of her visit.
Blaylock and King also took the opportu-
nity to compose a news story highlighting
the flight and Juliana's visit to her father's
workplace, which will air on First Coast
News in the near future. More information
on Juliana's story can be found by clicking
on the link to "Juliana's Story" at
www.firstcoastnews.com.
Donations can be made to the Juliana
Fund by the following: Vystar Credit
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Jacksonville in 1993. He has volunteered
with Venetia Elementary School as a
teacher's classroom aid, Loretto
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sonnel development," concluded Sinnett.


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To meet the adult learners needs
we offer five terms per year in a nine-
week layout.
The next term begins March 21.
Registration is ongoing.
For further information, stop by the
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univer-
sity's local office at Navy College,
Building 110, Suite 7 or call 779-0246
or 771-9002.


Local students make Dean's List
From the Navy College Office
congratulations to the following students at
Florida Community College at Jacksonville who
are on the Dean's list for the Fall 2004 term.
These students have achieved academic success in main-
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Jorge Jara, Branch Medical Clinic
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Aaron Wimberly, Naval Atlantic Meteorology
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your tires, rebuild your engine all with the assistance of a
certified mechanic. The Auto Skills Center has lifts, tools,
rags, everything you need to fix your car and save you
money. The center is located on the corner of Birmingham
Avenue and Jason Street. For information call 542-3227


Navy Run is approaching start training now.
April 2
10K Run / 5K Walk
Registration forms available in the Fitness Center, Base
Gym, I.T.T. Office or www.nasjax.navy.mil.


Mulligan's St. Patrick's Celebration
March 18, 5-9 p.m.
Call 542-2936 for details.


Swimming lessons available
Ages 6 months through adult, all levels
Call the base gym for more info, 542-2930


I.T.T. Travel Fair
March 12,10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Navy Exchange Food Court
Visit 50 vendors, get great discounts and door prizes.


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active-duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Rec Center for more details, 542-3491.
9-ball tournament
Tonight, 7 p.m.
Trivia Game Show
March 8, 7 p.m.
Ping Pong Tournament
March 10, 7 p.m.
Orlando Magic Basketball Game


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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.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore@njyc.org.
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.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday


March 13
Cost is only $5, transportation and ticket included. Bus
leaves at 3 p.m.


2005 Bass Tournament scheduled for April 16
Entry forms available at Mulberry Cove Marina and
I.T.T. Office.
Mulberry Cove and Jax Yacht Club
Seeking sailing instructors
No experience required to apply.
For information contact Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club at
778-0805.


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
Easter Brunch
March 27, 10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
O'Club Main Dining Room
$12.95 / adult and $5.50 / child
Reservations recommended, 542-3041


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tion Ordnancemen's meeting
is held the third Thursday at 7
p.m. of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
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


NAS Jax will host Navy Run


By Staff
NAS Jax will host
the Navy 10K
Run/5K Walk on
April 2 at 7:30 a.m. Due
to security measures,
participation is limited
to those authorized to
enter the base (valid I.D.
card and Department of
Defense vehicle decal).
Others can participate
with an authorized
sponsor who will arrive
with them and stay with
them during the event.
Pre-registration will
be held at the Holiday
Inn, Highway 17, in
Orange Park on April 1
from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The cost to participate
is $5 for all active duty
personnel and children
under 12. All others pay
$15 prior to April 2. The
cost for those who regis-
ter the day of the race is
$20.
Late registration will
take place in the Navy
Exchange parking lot
the day of the race from
6-7 a.m. Packets may
also be picked up on
race day at the registra-
tion area.
The race starts at 7:30
a.m. with an awards cer-
emony following in the
Navy Exchange parking
lot. Awards will be pre-
sented to the top three
male and female finish-


Entry forms available at base gym, fitness center, 1st Place Sports,
ITT or NAS JAX website (www.nasjax.navy.mil).
Call base gym for more info, 542-2930
Base entry is runner's responsibility.


in each age group for the
10K. The top male and
female in the wheelchair


ers, top masters and
grand masters, plus
three males and females


category will also
receive awards. The 5K
Walk is non-competitive
this year.
There will also be a
shoe fair outside the
Navy Exchange April 1
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and the morning of the
race.
For additional infor-
mation, call 542-3518 or
542-2930.


Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association is holding
their monthly meeting March 8
at 6 p.m. at Shands Jacksonville
Hospital. For more information,
call 542-7748.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park/
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mail. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit http://groups.
firstcoastcommunity.com/moms
club.
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Georgia Department of
Industry, Trade and
Tourism, Georgia Visitor
Center, Assistant
Manager Linda Brewer
assists Retired Navy
Chief Jim Small with
Information and direc-
tions to his favorite
Georgia State Parks dur-
ing last year's I.T.T.
Travel Fair in front of
the Navy Exchange.

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Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.


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Watch your favorite college or pro basketball games.
Wednesday night Karaoke
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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.
NAS Jax Youth Activities Night Easter Egg Hunt
March 25, 7 p.m.
McCaffrey Softball Complex
Ages 0 12 years

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Yellow Water Easter Egg Hunt
March 26,9 a.m.
Yellow Water Youth Activities Center
Call 777-8247 for more information.


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Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
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Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
www.pwpnflorida.com.
The Gold Wing Road Ri-
ders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first
Wednesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The
"Wingnutts" invite all those inter-
ested in motorcycling and
motorcycle safety. 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 or visit
www.fllx.org.
The Bel-Med Athletic As-


sociation of Clay County is
currently taking registration for
the upcoming 2005 Pop Warme
Youth Football and Cheerlead-
ing Programs. We offer football
teams and cheer squads for
ages 5-15 years old. For
Information about football,
cheerleading or any other serv-
ice we offer, contact us at 264,
1910.
The Decorative Artists of
Jacksonville will meet March
5 at Episcopal Children's
Services, 100 Bel Tel Way,
Jacksonville. A gourd workshop
will follow the meeting. For fur-
ther information, contact
Therese Zamoiski at 783-6054. 1
The 42nd Isle of Eight
Flags Shrimp Fest in Fernan-
dina Beach, Fla. will be held
April 29, 30 and May 1. The
Shrimp Festival Pirate Parade
will be held April 28 at 6 p.m.
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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,
Wednesday, and Fridays at 11:15 a.m. and noon.
Captain's Cup points will be awarded for a com-
mand athletic officer or designated representative
attending the meeting. The rules will be discussed
and the entry forms will be distributed to join the
league.
Tennis tournament slated
A Captain's Cup singles tennis tournament 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 play-
ing 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 NAS Jax
active duty personnel. The meeting will be held in
Building 850 next to the galley at 11:30 a.m.


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Intramural Basketball Standings
As of Feb. 25
eam Wins Losses
avHosp Blue 5 1
P-45 5 1
ir ODS 4 1


NCTS
VS-24
NavHosp White
VP-30 O's
HS-15
HS-11
AIMD South
VS-30
VP-16
CNATTU


1
3
4
4
0
3
4
1
1
2


Captain's Cup points will be awarded for a com-
mand athletic officer 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 form-
ing. The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
commands and personnel. Entry forms and ros-
ters are due tomorrow and the season is sched-
uled to begin in March. Stop by the base gym to
get the required paperwork to join the league.
Officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed-for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K- Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k


Team
AIMD 65D
VS-31


Wins
0
0


Losses
4
6


Greybeard Basketball Standings
As of Feb. 25
Team Wins Losses
CNATTU 3 0
NCTS 2 0
CPRW-11 2 1
AIMD 2 1
VP-30 2 1
VP-16 1 1
TPU 0 2
VP-62 0 3
VP-45 0 3


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1 corner lot, fenced 904-399-583 (904)262 3
147 DatingServices 32 Westside r, ded FLEMINGISL/Chatha 904-399-5883 WESTSIDE-3/2, ETHICAL STATE LICENSED 410 Condominiums
16S Entertalnment 322Ayle San Marco kitchen, asking Village-3600sf 6/4 SAN JOSE 6000 on River. Land/homepkg. Cov- Realtor Buys Housesi EagleHarbr
Servicesn325 Norh Jacksonville 307 San arco $119,900 OBO available Brand New. Oversized Beautiful 2/2 w/gar. ered porches Fast. Let us Help You. $600mo
6 Springfeld now, Call 904782951 water lot. $320k. Cell: River view. Remodeled concrete driveways Cal Partnership yard, 1,600mo
327 Dowpntown A 3/2 Cathedral cell, 904 860- 5564/H:287- 6709 $289k. Appt., Owner/ Fin Aval 389-1516 Realty 731 5620 /2ba w/garage, Amenit or ease to own
M o A 4/3 w/2 Below RIndral cedl g R 904-268-435132 1150m 90 4-7461 (
PINOCHLE 335 Orange Park/ A raisal. 24hr info. Edge Realty 482-5000 OALEAF PLANTATION Nearly itori P N 8 a mmn02 3 COLLINS RD Brand new Fleming island Plan-10
EVERY THURSoAY Clay county &298 8428x22 New 3/2 1325sf, $147,900. Historic. PCSING @ a moments COLLINS RD Brand new 2
11A.M. 213-4155 338 Baker County 32 Argyle By owner. 904-260-0023 360 Out of Area/ St. Marys A notice, DIVORCING, 3/2.5 condo, 10 ain's tO 3/1 station Brandnsf Resort ifes-
SPutnam County Mandarin aea Pan FORECLOSURE, have $1100 mo 904, 269- 5030 tyle, PlusA rated
120 Notices 31 S a restricted community family or know any body public schools, available
:it0tSt. John's County 3caraFBOf3/22400w 35 aba a 3of 5 downtown lots, family DWT B erkman
S342 St Augustine Argyle Forest 3 car garageFSBO 3/2 2400st, 1.5 1/3 acre $89,900 that MUST SELL QUICK. DOWNTOWN Berkan 3/1/2005 $1,150 rent $1,150
S N342 St. Augustine Beach *Gardens of JuL'Crk* Ar ye F St g l, a, 3 out buildings, 91282 0702 call 6993448s r904.415.5263 Plaza, on river 2/2, furn dep 904 264-5020
Bankruptcy Law Frmnnof 345Nassau County 4R, 2A 1963sf Owner Financing great for children sto built, m 90481.2269 nclFLEM / homed,
Agcti o n s w INDi EImreat for children to u ilt n unal e t a u u00 o 0 1t DFLEM ISL-3/2 ho1m e
Lansing J. Roy P.A. 3 Waterfront Great fir plan w/fab N Bank N many upgrades upr $240k, 6 mi's E new ap I fen yd
210 Es ateSal79812 F0 C ARE PN d54 N is d4 5 Oo 3Farmsa 450 Eagle Harbor 4/3 TH ND27 Sv e pooiseA
3910030 355Condominiums pond view!! Lg Scr N Bonus Room a325,900. fromPalatka, FL S are aro r 4/3 T t w/pool, pooil er-
h a, fence immac in Great 4 Bedroom Home Call 904-291-8298 386-328-3412 3Acreage nar. pools & amenities vice r il 3

D360 utmof lrent 320 /W estsid '37o5.2 r ax t.ru JoLhnd is. Mi d8"1eurg K5 so^-onee.i er JaSi RAm+1d2 Es tal $1X mo+1dape ie 2/12 onarcH gd4
NEED A LAWYER? 36 Out of AreTow and out! Best loc in FREE 24 hr recorded. 904.813.6744 $1450 rent $140 s
NEEDe Ar? Dv State Mand.! Just 2 y.o.1 message. CALL Pace Isl FSBO 4/3 2373sf, Home close to Sante Fe 1 o. 904.83.64 $ 0 rent 145neg wd
Accident? Arrest? orce 36Man ct mes 215000,2606882 88-53-9325 -visit Gatedcomm.$279900. River. 01 MH 4/2 ALLENDALE CO S.C. leming Is Plant New
0 7 A3 7 0 L o t s $ f r S a lei g o $ 6 5 3 1 HO5 28C a l l B y I n f o 9 0 4 4Co6, L7C9 2 3e s w aelk ig RI E R t oee n e a r A S J A o pc s O r d
At80-3-3o42 24 hrs. OLos for. W U ESCM ByAppt; 904.465.7095 23 5sf walking dist. to 8Sacsealed bidssale. 3/2.5 garage, w/d, 1600sf 759-9662or
07a3e5 b rs 37 Focr msAcr eage346BR2 ABAriver. Prlv. park & boat (March 10) Call Tim $11OOmo. 904.272.0995 276 3000 contact Alex
c375Farms/Acreage 3 BR2 NBA 2ON/2sf r bik-amp. 2ac. M.O.L. Very S e a1r s Broker e esMNA GO p sv
DIVORCE 380 Investment Property Brick Frnt, Crnr lot Lg1 FSBO 3/2 2car, all ( brick, rNALEs e H. HY 2 0
AMERICAN STYLEI 3OU RetCremeNt OWN??? rstCrmnrtsmo3ntor 3tJohn R Estate JAXsBCH/OceanfrontOl/2 HWY 2 a
rC s2 FRetirementOA smm. o rc, inground pool, credit 30 comt ltly JRl o on OPe0orest a M ea r tr7 Nr 2 ah $ mo $ d 0 0.48 1 r
Uncontested $212,900 268 4726 problems ok. owner county R 386-9 2 Hitt Forester at Furn., poo tennis mo+. lt fd bd. close is a
UDivorce ppeFor sSae finance $149K477-6311 803-517-644 for details for Reen$1700m. 904-249-6655 and daycare
Without kids (while you J P t n v r 365 Manufactred
wait) With Kids(alittle 3Real EstateWant extras, 2200sf. motiv., IMMACULATE BEAUTY t g r I ed. S mer Sands. Call 904--49
longer) since 1981/ by $259k.904613.786 3/2, 112sf, 454 Shmrnr ot, 9 w/Ctudy .3baths. 3441 H0omes Jeff Davis Co, GA 4og Apartments Immed.SummerSands. Call 904-287-3149|
I onger) Since1981/ by $259k. 904-613-7700 3/2e 142sf fp, crnri ot. 2yrs new, 3000sf, 3108AC-$1,575/AC Furnished $1000m +$1000d p ICW 4/2 Bentwate
appt only 641-2187 15607 Ginger Tea Tail W. upgrds galore. $ 448 00 9 Ocmugee Riverfront, 405Apartments 9047S9314/955.3830 Place, Brand new
$' A ndl FSBO-19595f. 2/2.5 TN, p133,000 904-230-3322/994-7390 FLEETWn NOOO '9, schools c oe tod
S Ortega epprmll ubd. Lrg LR T 904-955-3830/79-9314 -230-3322/994-39 14x80, 3/2, $890obo. unusual rock forma- 410Condominiums Brand new water-.
PeppermilltSubd.Lrg LR,e newr9386-365A2B370 OPBadND $ewm wa1t0Sver-St. NSID T1 hatg
DR & Kit. fpl, like new JULINGTON CRK PLANT.- 386-365-5370 tions along the banks, 412 Retirement school s close to
S4 -4 Malewood 23 42.5 hardwoods, planted Communities wd firn ganiO crsr, C3/2yport Sti
l.a lewood 2350f h 4/2.5 FLEaET OOD "9, 2/2ak oines, abundant 415 Houses Furnished ss apps, 24hr Fitness PCS l 904.535.3
51,dnew roofi. Bhdwd firs.S7. 9i n r n & $ s330 325
yd, new rpofo, hdwd frs, .eack o vle lex p gsur e appl. shed, in park, Bchs s!I/
eshlyaint inter.,Lcyar sonll a0kobo. 9042234652 wildlife. 404362-244 0Houses Unfurished Ctr Avail in Mar. $1300 m
F$21ES ka.nn 88 e ed 77 r s Ln e425 Manufacturd mo..Call 386-69 -0886 J P Beach, 3BR/2. B 12
A IOs $21k. 82 231-77 15 Arlington $5l,0i00,3/1, CH&A, 1528 Call for info 904-230-2434 HOMES OFMERRIT, 1997 StRgi Ppr CpyLLC 4e E E Jax B o each, 3BR/2.
904-M SO289-3147 6 3 Ful Service B o e age rR- RIT 9 7 i i,.Pa perCopan yC Homes ORTlsWA R ETER ee ReiN t LEAS! N TH SD2Iblock1
WNDLE ST bd bath on nice fncd 427 Mobile Home Lots luxury 3/2 LR DR ocean m.
0 T424-9890 lot in N. Jax. Exc. cond., Land and limber for Sale 430 Roommates apple's DR,fitness FREE RENT. 899-3219
2100 Actiona s 3605 S3outhsid VER SATILEta 3300sf. 350 Waterfront Motivated sellers. 960 areas in & ARo aclu h Aoue. 1a s
S210 ie Sales 2bathso, dbl gar ch/a, E$89,900. Apex Realty Screven County, GA t435Rooms to Rent cubhouseatad JAX GOLF& C.C 4/3,
th ch. M tr on A63k! For listings S vcs Inc., Call Steve or Briar Creek and Hwy 301 440 Beach/Vacation/ a1556mo 5a 60ts a53/A
a FORECLOSUREI 3ed, with ch/a. Many extras. Ony$63 edar Key FL, Beautiful Bryan 904-272-2739 frontage, being sold at Resorts w/lagoon & scr. lanai..
CS s l Only $,00 o $7498124x1 4/2 terfront home a sealed bid on Thurs- 44SStorage/Mini- Point Meadows Place Pistine. Avail Mast.
Estate Sales CHARTER POINT 5442 beingsold completely HURRYDwnPyment day March 24 2005 For Lockers New2br/2ba $1025mo $2600mo. 904859100
210 ae 800-741 C R P T furnished $595,00firm AssistanceProgrm on more information call Keller Williams Realty MAND. 3742 Karissa
ertRiver Trail Rd. 5. 32 127, 30DonnaO. Cal 478.747.2417 Ln Homs! 783- 8385 912-4891655 or e-mail 45ManagementRent 434-5824 p .
exceptional exce 2 $99.9k 730-0200 ILEOFPALMS4/3Open LADHOMEPACKAGE wmcdonald@fwforestry.com Services P.3/2,_p._e,__g_
Fri & Sat Mar 3rd & 4th. *S-li story all brick, builders ISLEOFPALMS4/3 Open LANDHOMEPCKE 455 Wanted to Rent clean, $995+dp. Hoe
904. 3660urniture, A m Hse. Sat. 1-5&s un 122 SoubleWideon Ponte Vedra Beach nmkrs. 904N 4
4 Eurniture, Antiq, I 1861 4340 Tradewinds Dr. acres in Jacksonville. N. C. MOUNTAINS Resort Condo MANDARIN TH 2/22 on
i3/2, 1172sf, 454 Shamrock $649,900. Cell 463.3441 $900 Down. $595 Mo. 2.3 acres w/new log fully renovated W/D, pond, ch/a, Eatn
1ng 9 Linens. Household .T ^ _-----_ fnH Selling, or el a g HE R r U
840 Cooks Ln. #36. A Charmng 3/2fll bath, Ave. So. $132.9k. 730-0200 Save Thousands! cabin shell in secluded 2nd floor, lake view
Green Cove 904.284.8003 For Classified Advertising, 1 car carport, new paint NORTH CAROLINA CALL 291-3100 setting 89,900. Acre- 400 Apartments private beach shuttle.
call 904-366-6300, in/out & crpt ch/a. Lic. BRAND NEW. Eagles LAKEFRONT age avail w/stunning & SFurnished $1195m.. 904- 791-s7419 M'burg 218W 2/1. Totallr,
R.E. 115,9oo. 463-5063 Hammodk, FSBO 3/2 ONLY $39,900. LAND OME PACKAGE mountain views Free remodeled, $500moaq-
or 1-800-258-4637. $w/office, covered lanai Great all Sports lake to 3/2 Double Wide infoavail.82247-0081 SAN JOSE, Fully furn 1/1, PV BCH 3/2 w/d, appl,$40dep. 904.219.7511
uppot I w/view. 42" Maple Cab. fish, boat swim or lust on 1.25 acres in 60 cl01k/e
S185sf, comm. am men. relax Call for details. Middleburg./ Keystone. 650m+dp s patio, lake view, M'BURG nr H.S. 4/
320 We'stside A, an 0 -244-8406
S320 w0 694-71,41 McKeough Land Co. $980 Down. $595 Mo Investment $a0 3/1. 81250mo+dep. 854.8141 2000sf, lac fncd yd,
866-920-5263 Save Thousands! 380 Properties pets ok, $1250mo + opt
REmAB SPECIAL I Call 291-2735 Apartments 2 acres 4 horses,
REHA 3 S I A T. 0 W. SI2S I UnfurniShed 2CITIHOMES OF 282-2494 or 226-3975
TNREAY OM AFFORDABLE lsUAUTY 3 l.c 1 W n t1 3 ST. SIMONS 4ISLAIDGACpae nt A 3 hors
"MhzNEW HOMESI Steal this! 34,900 firm Marsh fro tots M REMODELED4/2CAC SAN MARCOM
Guaranteed approval. NEW ES877477-1043 exclusive deve men 3BR/BA 3436 Soutel Dr. Closing 2 BEDROOM / BATH M EU
Ba credit no prem excl south end ofevelmeand la County.Many cost pd by seller Across from Regency 20sf. 4bdrm. 3.
5-10% down. 3BR/2BA 1583 SF. en_____,0_______Calfr10 UNITS 900S0 FT. fenced acres. 4
S maod c re1 easy access easternre. Call for 109 .9 877-477-1034 mall. Check out our RECENTLY UPGRADED! stall barn. $1400rn
Fraks An ru'ues puioye enta. Ask about Special 330 Beaches exposure, 912.638 .9858 i 579858. many GREAT deals!!! UNITS SURROUND 301-737-6095
1bankr, u y ugm Ask about Specialp or 912.617.8881 MOVING! MUST SELLI HANDYMAN 888"836-3613 A NICE LANDSCAPED 904-993-8162
: IRS liens c $5m. Finance Programs. 1525sf+ over 2 acres SPECIAL! COURTYARD WITH POOL!
904829-3148 786-9135 A Full ServiceBrokerage f land. Won't last! CHEAP, CASH Arlington WATER INCL IN LEASE! NORTHSIDE 2/1
or, rwww.lt m 355 Condominiums $650 per month. 866-422-1753 Sacigus 1 2 & 3bd ao 695-795 A MOATL NTHL nO house
Cn 278-6005 C B7wwwll Mlthei com 51 I 61 i c 2 SECTION 8APPROVED. 400m+dp 904-7680035
We 'b SDE EST. Charming 278-6005 Call Mr. Bradley 874-1862a$4
n 3/1 new cpt/pnt & tile 877-346-7827 A GREAT BEACH BUY or 291100 MARSH VIEW/N'sde, Central location, pool. (904) 730-8060 N'SIDE3/1freshly
PCS Depesio Glass DON $Value $105k. Price $60k Unbeatable prices. FEDERATED antdnonsPtoel25m
S ch/a car carport k. HOMES BY TONEY DON BROWN REALTY JARDIN DE MER New 4/2 Set up on W'Sde Rehab $10k. 904-465-0326 904-721-4 painted in/out, stove.
Li. Retor.463-5063 CRC-057161 270-1121 OR 571-7177 SEE AD UNDER BEACHES Land Home Loan!MANAGEMENT ROUP fridgeas hk for
S aIllli K ;j;H 1[10 egtlk- nefpu ROR CALL 241-2270 (904)(7848385 OP Triplex, Serious AVONDALE HI RISEer. m+00d
ma t WHY RENT, WHEN calls only, all new, nr RIVERFRONT SO'SIDE Gated w/pool, No calls after 8pm.
to you. YOU CAN OWN??? Trust your nextPCSmovetotheteamwithover4Syears RO Andrade mal $260k465-0023 Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd. 3/2, w/d. wft with boat slip,
comb ned epe ence nm itary location! Ro Andrade Balcony, Heat/AC Paid! pets ok 1460sf $1250mo. Inside Amelia View 4/3 2:
282-2494 or 226-3975 9ar, boat dock $1400m0.
CAL!MilitaryRelocationSpecialista384-6151 Mon-Sat 904.301.4383, 561866.5286
Fr Classified CALL US TODAY! Military Relotion Spialist 385 Miscellaneous tS'SIDE-Pt Meadows PI.
CDRNCBeautiful USN(reNew 2/2 $1025m. N'SIDE Beautiful New TH
Wests id.mmunty Keller Williams Realty 3/2.5 W/l/closets. Icar,
Advertising, call (904) 2784176 AVOID 904434,5824 pool, $1250m+util.
904-366-6300, : randrade@watsonreatycorp.com FORECLOSURE Bs ,oul 417-oe7-sN Ce (32218)
WE TAKE OVER PAYMENTS ST'AING AT S485 Unfurnished 2c garage. 2100 sqt
C.Close .. _shoppingJ, __ Private Lot screened
or toll-free If you're buying, WE BUY CC L nI.rI. Porch$1400. monti
1ellin. or Reocating HOUSES R enov. 21rg br/2full terms available June
Realtor Realtor Realtor JePal904e389gma l baths. W/D HU, FR, DR.
Real"Retor Realtorve e 904-389-c1440 CF & HAS 2BR DUP SCRND $875m.1704 Silver St. N'SIDE RTO, 3/1Rehat.
(904) 89M6421 (904) 702285 (904)8996446 '., deck. Fenyrd, PetOK! 904-382-3975 ch/a, hdwd firs, fpl,
TRINASWANSTROM, IntracoastalWestOffice Watson Realty Corp 'FSBO3/21950sqftFla RefReq.$59S778-2897 2 2400 sq ft home 12 $825m. 904 7639
230Georgia Real REALTOR a W 130 A atrniIcd 4729 US Hy 17 room Fireplace Hard 4
23RTORr13001aAtlantiycEBlvd.4 SHwyITS Wr PALATKA/St. Johns Rvr /mins from base south O.P./ OAKLEAF -New 4/12
Estate a0w4nsto7"/9o Jacksonville, RL 32225 Orange Park, FL 32003 4 wo ri Beautifully renovated 4,Ortega 4 br 2 bth 2 yrs Walk to incl. amenities
www~~~trinaswanstrom.com "Fence Lg Lot lbr Cottage. Enjoy old waterview. Asking $1325/mo. 904-278-8934
cul-de-sac 197.500 call Awesome view, Fishing $245K call 394-7355 or OAKLEAF new 3/2, $1251
beautiful 3/2, JACKIE CANNON, I can handle all of your real estate & Shr ing from 26 264-1410o. 1324sf, w/d, fridge
cRAcontemporary REALTORm priv. dock. Rent incl. all
S design e/moern 908996421transaconr. Remember, there Is no utll. & cbl TV $850m. ARL= 3/1 newly remod. amenities, 378-3036
amenities peaceful wwwcacudecannon.comJw w/d Hookup OP /OAKLEAF. 3/2
00oCall WATSON REALTY CORP CHE$750m+lstmo. NEW 1500+sf. raa
livinon 3 aces CHEECK OUT MY WEBSITE EXTRA SAVINGS Refs check 904- amenities, $1300mo
$19712-700 Call WATSON REALTY CORP www.jimsellsjacksonville.com EXTRA LARGE 3BDaL/echa
g127299 CSHo$0 S th art of A D 1 oEPOSIT WITH ARL3/2, ch/a, avail 3/1 904-285-0040
FREE Homebuying and Homeselling reports. iu w ee hearA eal APPROVED CREDIT freshly updated. OP/OAK LEAF 4/2, nevv
- CALL NOW! 772-8081 $895m. 904-733-1090 w/d & refrig. avail
Antique Auction 2004 Jocksonville Homebuyer: 5 Stars, best in t4D $1LL75-$1n-50 26895m.773199d&rf 4-ir, a
Sunday March 6 client satisfaction award.Be c NORTHSIDE A~TlCEACH $1275-$1350 264-142_5
Auction:11AMPreview:10AM 2004SilverpinnacleAward:WotsonRealty Affo d l Fh ivn Large1. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. ms / 3/2.5/2fenc'dbkyd, 2 OP3/2BearRun$900,
Frank's Antiques & AuctIons 2004 Jacksonville Business Journal:Top50Agents$99 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!! story, CypressCreek dep. ch&a pvltd
Frank's Antiques & Auctions No application fee. Subdv, nr sNhools, gar Ig fen bkyd 403.623.
M ission O ak China rdk Criteria for selecting an agent. CALL (904) 751-1510 base, beach, PCS, $1050 mo fnbkd
Dresser, 2 Display Cases, MT Living Room Suite, An geet'o reputtion for rcees, Grea-1 ocaio. 1ECE Condo. pool side 1
Wash Stand, Pie Safe, Kitchen Cupboard. Doll [Closig with anticipateil ost Bedrooms. 642-9003 3/2/2 SutNton Lakes, dmins to NAS, avail
Collection-Many 36" Dolls. Bronzes: Knight by Closiigw ithaticipated costs, Bedrooms. 642-90033 t mins to NAS. avail
B rsgoodnegotiator,4 Venture Realty & Assoc. 4l)"Lakeview home1398 March 21st $835
Bayard, Warrior, Cavalier, Moreau, Chinese' sf + Large Patio 904-806-1188
Pegasus. 2 Full Figure Marble Statues. Pedestals, Someone who will listen to you., OP/-29 -2/2 Avail /2 Cul-de-sac available Early
Clocks, Watches. Roseville Pottery, Lladros, 200 Gated comm.N& amm an. Negotiable 904 645-6570 $1400ORANGEPARK2m.
PCS. Depression Glass. Coins: $10 Gold Indian, $5 l am always glad to provide youL k, .4 D AaildNow! 904-545-001bl4/2OCan s$125mI
Gold, $2.50 Gold, Silver Dollars, Proof Sets. Cur- with nformation C311 or e mail me APARTMENTSAv5 ATL BEACH- 2.5 blks to 4/2 Pace a Is. $1400m
randy: US & Confederate. Guns: Win. 1873.04, ;fI can be o0 service to you in any ORANGE PARK 2BR L5BA Bch, 6blks to town ctr, 3/2 Flem Isl Plant $1400ni
1290, 1911.60. Savage Over & Under. Marlin 20 GA way. 110 n a Net Beach(904) 2 49- 1$530-$s moo. 3/2, fen'd yd. pool.KellerWilliamsRealty
Over & Under, several others, Antique Pistol s.%110 Seaau eMve-Nteeacii94 q4-5611 272-0837 DRG, INC. $1550mo (813)655-1958 904-434-5824
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4)0 Houses A42 Houses Beach/ 707 Driver
420 Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished 440 Vacation/ 707 Driver
3bd WSID/Lure OksResorts AUTO PARTS
ORTEGA/NAS Lrg 3bd, WSIDE/Lauren Oaks 4/2. DELIVERY DRIVER w/
LR, DR, FR, Indry rm, fncd 1988sf, 1st full month OCEAN FRONT CONDO, warehouse duties.
yd, $825m. 904.349-8494 free. $1040m. Beautiful St. Augustine$695wk. Entry level, 57.50hr.
new home. 904-730-8060 352-37&9644 www. Apply ig person at The
ORTEGA HILLS 3/1. 3786 Lauren Oak Ln. E. oldcity.com/oceanfront Parts House 10321 For-
S Fenced shed, tune Parkway, Bldg 400
carport $850mo. W'SIDE 3/2, gar, new crpt Drug Free workplace.
Call 406-4477 for & paint inside. $850m.
more info. 904-777-0777/553-4371
PABLO BAY 4/3.5. 3200sf. Company Drivers
cov. porch, 13849 Break Manufactured $1000 Sign on Bonus
ea Crt. $2550m. 759-6199 425 Homes Owner Operators
PVB 3/24.5, fp story, Com l $2000Signonbonus
Lakefront, ated comm. 3/2 HOME -For Com ercial WANTED! Drivers w/
$1950m. 5457940 rent, grpat com- Real Estate 2 or more yrs exp. &
g3, b gmunity.pool, Class A CDL- Hazmat
S/S Lrg 3/2 dblga clubhouse $680mo 500Commercial/ Home most
pool, fpl,F,ti1e, $ 5m. plus deposit. 307-0502 Industrial for Sale weekends
To9042429650 leave message please. 505Commercial/ Co.starting ay
S HAMPTON 4/3.5, 3300sf STORAGE 12x60 Industrial for Rent .30-.32/m i
.1182 Garrison Dr.. T mobile home $255 507 Commercial/ Pesp le
50m. 904-79-6199 mo. weekly avail- Businesses for Sale _01 Safety Bonus
SAN JOSE 3/1 S900+sec r able unfum inside 510 Retail/Office Space Medical Dental 401k
Excellent condition, no leasemhonJ for Sale a Wkly Service Bonus
info ref's needed. 515 Retail/Office Space l reg I
hw firs, priv bckyrd w/I4301_ Mi
SAN MARCO 412, lbor Rent 8007 23-3424VR RiOUE
deck. $1400. 993-9003 430 Roommates Commercial/ posii i
SAN MARCO Lrg, 3/1, Bt rn log505 Industrial HER11*8
ch/a, wd firs, dw, Irg Bartram Springs looking For Rent
d lawn serve. inclid for Prof. to snare 4/2.
990+ dep Avail Priv. bath, game room. DEDICATED DRIVERSI
02/01/05 904-403-1128 $550m+dp. 483.6444 NW JAX 1800 sf, fen'd DI EDR 0
office & storage. CH/A, EARN OVER $35,000
SOUTHSIDE-gorgeous- KINGSLAND to share $1OSOm. Call 588-5341. YOUR FIRST YEAR
Sutton Lakes 3/223/2 house 400m. uti. Local a nd regional &
hdwd fir $1350 9627798 incl. lose to Base routwknds. Home nights &
rewknds.ClosExcelle
a Southside House 3/2 510-0559 ask for Office Space Benefits. Class A CDL
/ Excellent Condition Wade For Rent and 2 yrs driving
J/car ar ceiling fans OP Room in homeperience required.
wwaterlsoft cent A/C privatee bath $300mo..SAN JOSE 3Rms, Heat & CAL f904-3
dep$o950/ $975mo.4liN 0mncuta 904m354-5586
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700 Domestic
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904.504.4574
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Baymeadows area.
Honest, Dependable,
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702 Customer
7 Service

CUST. SERVICE
Litestream Holdings is
looking for an exp'd CSR
w/ good ph.,
organizational & trouble-
shoooting skills. Famil-
iarity with Microsoft Out-
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706 Accounting/
7 Bookkeeping
BOOKKEEPER FT
Quickbook exp a must.
ax resume to 448-9270
Full Charge Bookkeeper
Wanted P/T
NonProfit Organization. AR/
AP. Knowledge of Word,
Excel, Quick Books and
Budgets Fax Resume to
(904) 268-2966 or Email
execdirector@
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Packagers and Shipper
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707 Driver

Flatbed Driver
Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Class A in state Fl only.
$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000, vacation
& benefits
Call 1-877-328-7512
Monday-Friday
LIMITED DRIVING
POSITIONS
Start at $0.37 cents per
mile. Home Weekends.
Late model Tractors
w7 0n 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.
NEW SOLID WASTE CO.
looking for exp F/L & R/O
Drivers. CDL Req. Good
Benefits. 904- 731- 7288

Exp'd & inexp. Great
earning potential &
BenefitsI Get home
often! Call AMG Toll
Free 1(866)374- 0764
71 Industrial/
71 Trades
A/C & REFRIGERATION
TECHS & INSTALLERS -
Exp only at Top pay.
Health dental, comp
vehicle. DFWP 620-0081




Busy Parts Department
seeks Parts Counter
people. Immediate
positions available.
Great place to work.
in auto field necessary.
Apply in person to:
David Pinson
Drugfree Workplace
E0E

WESTSIDE
DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave



Experience and valid
driver's license req
Full-time or part-time.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. 904-573-1685.
CARPENTERS, FORMEN &
HELPERS with finish
Exp. for commercial
construction company
443- 0008 or 443- 0006


710 Industrial/
7 *" Trades
Carpenter-FT
Lake Butler Hospital
Renovation work inte-
rior/exterior. Cabinetry
exp. reqd Exc. opp'y;
Great salary & bnfts.
For further Information,
visit our website:
www.lakebutierhospital.com
(386)496&2323.
FAX (386)496 1611
CARPENTER- LEAD
Winter Brothers Con-
struction for Lead
framing, layout,
punch-out. Great pay,
benefits 401K Transpt
nec. Call Linda 2688780
CARPENTERS/ FRAMERS/
LEAD POSmONS
with residential FRAM-
ING exp. Transp. a
MUST. 40 hrs/wk. Top
pay! Call John 219-692f

Trans/tools req'd. Exc.
pay & bnfts. 904- 686 4017
CARPENTERS with Form Exp
& LABORERS
F/T for driveway/side-
walk forming co. Tools
& transp req. Call
4pm 6pm 904 993.7687
CARPENTERS with Trim
exp, own tools &
transp. Call 246.8606
COPY CENTER/KEY OPERA
min 2 yrs working in
copy center, with digi-
tal copiers. P/T flex hrs.
Fax resume to 399-0184
DRYWALL HANGERS,
FRAMERS & FINISHERS
for General Contractor.
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
477.9437 Fax: 268-8995
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Exp. nec Apply at 2107
New Berlin Rd, Clean
CDL req'd 757-7000
ELECTRICIAN /HELPERS-
Resd exp only. Best
pay/benefits Drug test
email resume to
hi-voltage@hotmail.com
ELECTRICIANS -
JOURNEYMEN &
HELPERS -Comm/ resld
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
Call 721-4044
American Electric 8751
Atlantic Blvd.
FIBERGLASS WORKERS
Exp only .Fast Glass
904-765-2222
FIRE ALARM SERVICE
ASSISTANT Needed
ASAP. Fax resume to
904-771-3599


710 Industrial/
710 Trades
LANDSCAPE FOREMAN
For high volume land-
scape co. in Jax Area.
Only ambitious and
highly motivated indi-
viduals need apply. Pay
based on experience.
Class A CDL required
and clean driving
record is expected.
Good benefits includ-
ing medical, dental,
vacation & holiday pay.
Call 352- 516 6991
or 888 238 0939
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
For self storage. Unique
opportunity, only non
smoker need apply.
Responsibilities to
include general build-
ing maint. and repairs
as well as landscaping
at site. Estimate
20-3i0r per week. The
position includes ibr
spacious apt wall
appliances and utilities.
Fax or e-mail resume:
904.276.4002
coastalselfstrge@bellsouth.net
MAINTENANCE TECH
Current Temporary
Position. Immediate
opening for experienced
person. Knowledgeable
in all areas of apartment
maintenance.
BLUFF HOUSE APT.
2020 Wells Rd.
Orange Park, 32073
(904) 272-0837
or Fax Resume 272-9636

MIG WELDERS
w/mechanical exp. Good
pay & bnfts. 727-0008
or fax resume 399-1076
PAINTER/COATING
TECHNICIAN-Apply
4856 Victor st. $8.00 /hr
Call Ann 904-265-8427
PAINTERS for new con-
struction, tools /transp
nec. Good pay. 626-2761
PIPE FnTERS
Exp'd. Ability to meet LP
& DOT requirements.
Apply in person Griffis
Gas, 5350 Batley Rd.
PIPE FITTER-WELDER-
Experienced Capable
of running plumbing
service truck, MUSt
have exc MVR Please
call 378-1499
PLUMBER- for commer-
cial trims. Must have
valid drivers license
Gary Rogers Plumbing
Co. 765-7964
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For new construction
Crockett Plumbing.
904-387-0176 DFWP.


710 Industrial/
7 v Trades
PLUMBING SERVICE MGR.
Capable of managing all
aspects of the dept.
knowledge of trade and
customer skills.
Fax resume to 781-8387
or call 781-8388
RECEPTIONIST/
ACTS RECEIVABLE
add'l duties, cust serv,
shipping & receiving,
Peach Tree exp helpful
not required. Salary
DOE. fax 399-1076
ROOFERS / ROOFING
CREWS Tools & Transp
a must. 568-5399
SHUTTER INSTALLERS
(ROLLAWAY) will train
to install. Need truck &
tools. Earn Top $$.
FT, year round work.
1-881 765-2929
SUPERINTENDENT
for Interior Contractor
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
477- 9437 Fax: 268-8995
SUPERINTENDENT
For concrete slab for
large masonry com-
pany. FT. Benefits.
DFWP. Call Robert at
(904) 376-5070
TERMITE SERVICE REP-
Exp a plus. Good pay &
benefits DFWP valid DL
Call 10-4 only 389-3235


FirstSource
The nation's first source
for structural building
products to new home
builders. immediate
openings at our new
100,000 sq. ft. millwork
distribution center,
located in the Westside
Distribution Center at
8275 Forshee Dr. Full time
positions available with
excellent benefit pack-
age. Earn $9. $16/hr.
Production Employees
Class A & B drivers
Door Builders
Dock Workers
Please apply in person,
Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm.
Contact Star Pollard
904- 764-5506
Westside Distribution Ctr
8275 Forshee Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32219
WAREHOUSE PERSON
with electrical material
exp. Clean driving
record. 744-4446
WELDER ARC only,
$12/hr. Fast Glass
904-765-2222
WELDER w/fabrication
exp. competitive salary
w/benefits. Apply 1252
W. Beaver St. 354-4282


710 Industrial/
71-0 Trades

WORKING SUPERVISOR
FYCC is seeking exp.
fencing supervisor to
lead by example.
Fencing maint. a must
class D Is req'd, goo
driving record, HSD or
GED req'd. Wages, full
bnfts. Call 888.3403922

S11 Marine
7 a.Trade

CHIEF ENGINEER
FT, 40/per wk. Bnfts pkg
avail. DDE min. req. St.
Johns River Ferry Svc.
Attni Wayne Toole
904-241-9969 x10



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AUTO MECHANIC-
Immediate opening
Call 642-2211


AUTO TECH &
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GROWING JACKSON-
VILLE FLEET NEEDS
AUTO TECH & DIESEL
TECH. ASE CERTIFI-
CATION NEEDED.
CALL 493-5254 OR
COME BY 5320
SPRINGFIELD BLVD.
DRUG FREE WORK-
PLACE.

DIESEL SHOP MECHANIC
for Local Rental Co. own
tools. M-F plus OT. Drug
Free. Good bnflts.
904-292-4883

HEAVY EQUIPMENT SHOP
MECHANIC with exp
Must have own tools.
Great bnfts. Please call
Dave at 904.268 4400.

713 Legals
ATTORNEY- 3 yrs liti-
gation exp reqd. Strong
research, writing &
organizational skills .
Fax resume to: Hiring
Partner 398-0332
FILING CLERK, Needed
for Small Riverside law
firm. Exp pref'd. $7.50hr
Fax resume to Mark at
904-398-0332


714 Insurance
BROKERS & AGENTS
*LICENSEDe
Immediate
OPENINGS
Proven system. No calls.
TOO MANY LEADS!!
I have qualified people
for you to see. I need
people to see clients and

(904) 332-0716


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71.5 Professional
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715 Management/
Professional

Business
Development
Urnivers ty of Phoenix.
Jacksonville Campus,
Business Development
Specialist to increase
and maintain positive
awareness of Univer-
sity. Retiring military
or military spouses
encouraged to apply.
Contact: Diane Berry,
813.342.5641 or
diane.berry@phoenix.e
du

ORANGE PARK
ARGYLE
WATSON
REALTY CORP
Join the #1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax. We will teach
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720 Medical


To provide medical
oversight of psychiatric
patients at Inpatient
crisis stabilization
facilities.
FT Days and on- call
responsibilities.
For more Info.
please call 743 1883.
Apply In prs-n
or ma c resul to rIB
WO UniversityB" North,

Fax resume to 743.5109.
EOLA Drug Free Workplace

FRONT OFFICE
Experience required
Fax resume. 384-3613

HOME HEALTH AIDES
COMPANIONS.
SITTERS & CNAs
$6 50-.10 00/hr
PT & FT-,. Applytat
Underhill. 3515 Hen.
dricks Ave Req'd
FDLE. physical & TB

Lake Butler Hospital
DIETARY AIDE
HOUSEKEEING AIDE
For further Information,
please visit our
webslte:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
(386)496'2323,
FAX (386)496-1611
Lake Butler Hospital
CRNA
MEDICAL RECORDS
CLERK/ RECEPTIONIST
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST
For further information.
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
(386) 496-2323,
FAX (386)496 1611


720 Medical
LT PT, Mon., Wed & Fri
9a-6p, some to 6:30
Call Lisa at 904-276-2273






MOTORIZED LIFT
CHAIR Works
good. Asking $200
OBO. Contact
Campbells at 786-4406.
OFF MOR 5yrs exp.
$12hr/20hrs/wk. Tues/
Thurs/Sat Fax 272- 6534
PHYSICIANS ASSISTANT/
NURSE PRACITInONER
for busy GI practice.
Must be lic'd. Internal
Medlclne/GI experl-
ence preferred. Please
fax resumes to attn HR
at 904-398-5653 or email
to jobs@bgcllnlc.com

Needed FT for the N.
Orlando a New
center. New equipment,
exc. bnfts. Fax resume to
407-321-3041

New Adult Mental Health
Crisis Stabilization Unit
has the following oppor-
tunities available imme-
diately 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, PRN,
direct care
For more info.
please call 743 1883.
FT positions offer benefits.
PRN. RNs and LPN. MHTs
always welcome.



900 U MdvfSftaid N.ed,,

Fax resume to 743- S109
EOE/ A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE

RN NEEDED
Borland-Groover Clinic
has an opening for a full
time Infusion nurse at
the Belfort Rd location.
Must be RN, great
benefits and salary.
Please fax resumes to
904-265-6471
ULTRA SOUND TECH- FrT.
Internal Medicine
practice in St August-
ine, cardiovascular
studies exp. No
weekends. Full bneflts,
hith Ins retirement
plan. call 904-794 5411


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.
www.rivergarden.org
Drug Free Workplace.


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


723 Dental
BUSINESS ASST.
Entry level position.
IMMED. placement Busy
DENTAL Pract FT. Great
benefits. S'slde area.
Fax resume attn. Susan
904-731-0144

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

725 Office/
7 Clerical

OFFICE MANAGER/
B]KKEEER for Arl. Auto
dealership. Exp'd
Strong comp. skills,
organized, dependable.
email resume to:
ariautoX-bellsouth.nel
or fax 724 8762
RECEPTIONIST/SECRE-
TARY- enthusiastic
motivated people per.
son. gd phone skills a
must. hr1ngl light com
puter work gen office
duties, drugfree non
smoker Mon-Frl
7:30-5pm 260-4588

ProfessionaJ/
730 Personal
Services

BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'les. Top
wages. bonuses, bnfts
Clientele provided.
SUPERCIJS'slde. new
locations. Angle
723 3713; Tammy
620 0472: Ponte Vedra
Susie 273-2888
SALON RENTAL STATION
avail In est. OP Salon
Call 269 0404

735 Restaurants/
735 Hotels

ALL POSITIONS Line
Cooks, servers, host
staff Apply Mon-Sat,
2pm- 5pm. Brick Res-
taurant 3585 St Johns Ave

COOKS
FT PTApply Inerson at
any Cracker Barrell.
Jax & Orange Park
restaurant




St. Johns Town Center

NOW HIRING
ALL HOURLY
KITCHEN &
SERVICE
POSITIONS
Flexible full & part
scheduling top $$$
potential & more!
TRAIlm 'STARTS
NET WEEK
APPLY IN PERSON
Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm at our
new restaurant location at:
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904-998-9511. eoe


The City of Jacksonville

One Organization..So Many

Opportunities

www.coj.net

Associate Engineer
Professional engineering work involving the design,
construction and supervision of various Public Works
projects.

Procurement Analyst
Professional research and analytical work in the
interpretation and validation of various types of data
collection methods involving city-wide procurement.
activities.

Building Plans Examiner
Administrative work in examining construction plans
for residential, commercial and industrial buildings for
compliance with applicable building codes.

Air Conditioning & Heating Technician
Skilled craft work in the installation,
operation, maintenance, overhaul, and
repair of air conditioning, refrigeration, and heating
systems.

Aquatics Manager (Temp)
Immediate openings for full-time, non-civilservice pool
management positions at the indoor Aquatic Center
located at the Cecil Field Recreation Complex.

Summer Camp Counselor (Temp)
Organizing and overseeing of recreational activities on
playgrounds or in recreation centers.

Recreation Leader (Kids Kampus)
A seasonal position assisting in the organization of out-
door recreational activities at the Kids Kampus in
Metropolitan Park.

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 Preference in appointment will be given to eligible
veterans and eligible spouses.


735 Restaurants/
7 Hotels

Hiring Dancers,
Security and
Part-Time Management
3966739


740 Retail
SALES HELP- w/exp. P/T
San Marco Kids store
flex hrs Call 306-0606


745 Sales
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
For Rent Mag F/T Acct.
Exec. with 2-3 yrs sales
exp. Must possess high
work ethic, self moti-
vation strong comm
/cust svc skFlls, atten-
tion to detail & able to
work well in fast paced
environment. EOE Send
resume to
erin.trlay@forrentcom.
ALARM SALES Commer-
cial & Residential. New
construction sales reps
with 1-3 yrs exp n
security or related
sales. BASE & COMM
WITH BENEFITS. Leads
provided. Training
avall Fax resume
384 -9626 or Call Mr
Solomon 904W384-7222
AUTO SALES
Exp'd only. 5 day work
week. Great pay. Large
Inventory. 839-2775


Cell phone exp pref.
Flexible hrs. Great Pay.
Call 904-223-7565 or
904-727-0074 or fax
resume 904- 338-2807

SINGULAR WIRELESS
New store in St Johns
Town Ctr has Immed.
need of store man
agers /FT sales staff.
Seeking aggressive
sales people w/prof
appearance & posi-
tive attitude. We offer
a comp. base pay
exc. bonus prog, pald
vac. & advancement
oppty. Email resume
llppolitliltxlny.com

MATURE SALES REPS- to
market health services
to Sr's. P/T. training
provided 730-3216

Sales Consultants
WANTED!
Ground floor opportunity. New
anti. aging skin care com-
pany experiencing explosive
growth nationwide.
Huge reorder potential
Work from home. Previ-
ously available in physi-
cians offices since 1986.
Botanical, pharmaceuti-
cal grade ingredients,
results seen within two
weeks of use.
No warehousing, on- line
ordering system, excel-
lent compensation plan.
Call (904) 23293 for an


Neeexrperncedsales
person for Mobile Home



SAN LESPERSON
Need energetic sales-
person. Ready to sell
homes. Best pay scale
for commissions.
Serious Callers Only.
CALL (904) 225-0222
SALESPERSON
Need energetic sales-
person. Ready to sell
homes. Best pay scale
for commissions.
Serious Callers Only.
CALL (904)225-0222

750 Technical/
Engineering

CAD TECH- must be
.proficient in autocad
104 & Cogo. Top paK,
benefits. DFWVP Ca
904-384-7855
Fax 904-384-4665
ENTRY LEVEL CIVIL
ENGINEERS
Needed for large high
way & site- construction
company in Florida.
BSCE required. Fax or
email resumes to
(904)279-0018
gateparkwayp rlnceinc.com
EOE/DFWP


750 Technical/
750 Engineering

Johnson Controls

Is seeking
PLANNER/
ESTIMATOR
To join our TEAM
dedicated to provid-
ing timely, superior
quality operations
and maintenance
Support to the U. S.
Navy at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville.
JC-H seeks Technical
Estimator to estimate
and manage multi-
discipline mainte-
nance. repair, and
alteration projects.
The ideal candidate
will have experience
preparing cost esti-
mates and managing
projects to Include
subcontractor over-
sight, and have
demonstrated
knowledge of build-
ing trades.
JC-H provides com-
Fetitive compensa-
ion, & a benefit
package that includes
a medical plan, den-
tal plan & life insur-
ance. Paid vacation,
paid personal time
off, plus a 40lk plan.
JC-H is a drug free
environment, equal
opportunity employer.
Please contact
Frank Kane or
Rosa McClaIn
9045420561
or send resume to
NHAS Jacksonville, L 32212
fax 904 573 0644
e-mail
Kanefmirbos-1ldchxom


753 Security

OUARDSMARK
CHAFFEER ROAD AREA
SECURrITY OFFICERS
$9.00 hour
Apply 6900 Southpolnt
Dr N.Ste. 140. 731-2060
wvzw.guardsmark tom
Lic ?BB9700027 EOE

755 Miscellaneous

CHILD CARE pme K 2 and
Pre K 4 TEACHER -CDA
Connie or Terri 786- 5952

CIT ADULTS
18-25 yrs old $7.00/hr,
40hr wk, training,
scholarship, free hlth
care, call 1.888 340.3922


Residential, up to
$9.50/hr Car, Insur-
ance reqd. FT M-F
Days only. 730-7201 |

CUMBER Professional
experience only. FT,
904-724-0548


Needed at the St Johns
Greyhound Park. Floor
person must be expe-
rienced. Call Diane at
646-00ql ext 2017
IRRIG & LANDSCAPE
FOREMAN must have
valid DL 904 779-7799x3


JX Alr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 3, 2005


755 Miscellaneous


COAST

GUARD
Mechanics
Administration
Law Enforcement
Small Boat Operations
Emergency Communications
Culinary Specialists
Join forces with the
highly dedicated men
and women of the
Coast Guard Reserve.
Use your training, skills.
and experience. Now,
more than ever, the
Coast Guard Reserve
provides opportunities
or you to learn, grow
and serve saving
lives, enforcing the law.
protecting and keeping
America safe just a
few of the rewarding
challenges in the Coast
Guard Reserve. Steady
income, money for col-
lege, retirement ben-
efits and more, while
still in school or work-
ing a primary job.
Call 1.904-232-2575
Senior Chief Mary Strange


Grounds Maintenance
KIRA, Inc Is.seeking
enthusiastic, energetic
candidates for per-
manent Grounds
Maintenance positions
at Naval Air Station
Jacksonville and Naval
Station Mayport.
Applications may be
filled out online at
www.kira.com. Our
team offers competi-
tive salaries and an
excellent benefits
package. EOE & Drug-
Free workplace.
Fax resumes/applications
to (904) 573-6292 or
email
lthompson@kira.com.


to perform general
nousekeepTng and light
anitorial dutes at South-
side and Northside facili-
ties. Exp. in healthcare
setting pref. FT w/ben-
efits. Rotates weekends.
Apply In person
(9am 4pm, F only)
f or marn resume to
RBHnS, Human Resources,
900 Univesity Blvtd. North,
Suite 7o00 (thFloor),
JacksonvIlle, FL3221L
For more info cal 743. 1883.
For directions exta02.
Fax resume to 743- 5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Wolkplace
MAINTENANCE
Lead HVAC, Asst, Make
ready & Porter. Permnn
positions
Apt. Personel &
Temporary Services
1-866-440-5949
Sleep 1T11 Noon
Work Full Time
Benefits, Vacation
Holidays Relaxed
Atmosphere
Setting Appointments
No Selling
Call For Directions Only
Shawnta 904-519-0400
TREE CLIMBER: Myers
Tree Service located in
Fernandina Beach, FL
has positions available
for Experienced Tree
Climbers. Benefits
include: medical, den-
tal, paid vacation. Pay
rate based on exp. Drug
Free Workplace. Apply
at 2424 Russell Rd.,
Fernandina. Bch., FL or
call 904-261-3902


UTILITY
LOCATORS
Central Locating Service, the utility locating
specialists, has immediate openings in the
Jacksonville area. If you like working indepen-
dently, this is the job for you!
Responsibilities include detecting and marking
underground utility lines in order to avoid ser-
vice interruptions. Qualified candidates must
have a valid state driver's license, be able to do
some heavy lifting (manhole covers), strong
organizational skills, and enjoy working out-
doors. Previous experience with electronics or
utilities is a plus.
We offer paid training, competitive salary/ben-
efits package including medical, dental and
prescription, 401K, tuition reimbursement paid
holidays, vacation, and company truck. Please
forward resume to:
Central Locating Service
8933 Western Way, St 16
Jacksonville, FL 32256
(904) 296-7754 Office
(904) 296-6764 Fax
Equal Opportunity Employer


EXPERIENCE CAREER GROWTH

MANAGEMENT TRAINING









BUICK AUDI HYUNDAI
Automotive career training & growth is
our business. We have openings for
dynamic high energy achievers.

POSITION OFFERS:

Guaranteed $4800 per month
training salary
First year earning potential over 65K
Company Car
Paid Vacations
401K
Health Insurance
Closed Sundays

YOU MUST HAVE:

Successful track record or be a
Recent College Grad
No Car Sales Experience
Clean Background & Driving Record

Call Richard Goss at 642.6060 to set up a
confidential interview to explore your
opportunities.


KEY BUICK CO.
4660 Southside Blvd
Equal Opportunity Employer in a Drug free Workplace


U


755 Miscellaneous
TREE WORK HELPER
MUST BE dependable
Call 543-0779


760 Part-Time
Join the AVON team. Sell
to family and friends.
50% commission on 1st
campaign. $5 start up
fee. No inventory
required. Call us at
1-80O-80& 1558. (ISR)

WAREHOUSE POSITION
P/T Near Avenues Mall
$9/hr. Weekday hours.
Some heavy lifting.
904-268-9140 or email
billl@byoswingset.com


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
Call 904-655-0406 for
prompt service.


84O Concrete/
Asphalt

Add Beautiful Curb Appeal
& Value to your home
With Landscape Border
Curbing. Free estimates
904- 449-5168904- 502-1134

87O Lawn Service-
.V Landscaping

Add Beautiful Curb Appeal
& Value to your home
With Landscape Border
Curbing. Free estimates
904-449-5168 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. Lie. &
Insured. 264-9460


894 Massage

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








Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
oo Business/0ffice
922Collectablesand
Jewelry
92 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
98 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
95 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wantedto Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
DRYER/WASHER
BIG capacity, Exc Cond,
$200. Call 398.6369

FOR SALE: White-
S Self-Cleaning
IOven $250, Almond
9 t range hood $35;
White Microwave $25;
Call 912-510-7734
or 912-617-3745 Iv msg.

S. FRIG -side by side -
good working cond,
SIblack, 6yrs old. Asking
$ 500 o b o
912-882-3163

4, FRONT LOAD
SWASHER, Stainless
41 steel tub. $150,
19cu ft. Refrig $100
729-4960 Iv msg.

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

Sears Refrigerator, white
freezer on top, like new
$500. 733.2894704.1313

A STOVE, DISHWASHER,
J both good cond, older
11912- 576- 8711 Joe


TLike new, Whirl-
pool, special edi-
capacity $325 OBO. Call
Steve at 904- 710- 3931

WASHER & DRYER,
X-Large, 10 cycle,
\l 4 spd, like new
$385 set
904-993-3185

4 WHIRLPOOL
REFRIGERATORR
19cu ft. Runs good,
904-729-4960 Iv mso.


905 Articles
For Sale

100's of YU-GI OHNE
cards $.20 each T.
278-5224

N 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



$500; Outboard Motor
$800; Audio Componets
Piano Yahana 476-7694
4, BATHROOM
/ MIRRORS two,
new, 34x44", 42x56"
with mounting
brackets hardware.
$40& $65. Call 264-2973
BEST OFFER- for
.I. couch, rocker
Xl recliner, dresser
with mirror. Good
condition 518-6427
eves 573-3677 days
CAMERA Fuji,
Deluxe 35mm.
1i Many features,
never used (in
box). List $342.40; ask-
ing $125. Call 241-1398
A CAR SUBWOOFER
-and amp, 10" sub in
t| tube. No box needed.
Crossfire 70wx2 amp.
Exc cond. $100.882-5267
A CHERRY TV Amoire
S4' Wide x 6 1/2' Tall
;i, will hold large TV
476-3394

CHEVY Caprice '88,
SAS IS. Asking $800
912-576-5174

A CLOTHES Men &
Women n shoes,
S exc cond, cheep
front door w/glass
and wood 36x80 $25.00.
Call 904-529-8263
leave msg
A Football Helmet, Jax
SJaguar Full size has
VlIKyle Brady Autograph
Sonit.Orgbox. $85
Firm 268-2482
FOR SALE: Power-
| zone weight bench
Lw/incline, bar,
weight & stand.
Detached sit-up bench
included. $200 obo.
Dodge '04 plastic bed
liner. $75 obo. Please
call 912-576-2175.

4, Generator Sears
/ Craftman 46 amp
I 5600watt 10 HP,
gallon. Never Used.
Retail $800, Sell $750
obo 771-1402

$ HEAVY GLASS
PYRAMID TRACK
T LIGHT FIXTURES
Sadd a-touch of
class. 6 pieces retail
$100 ea; sell $50 ea.
904- 662-3400
HONDA MOTOR-
SSCOOTER 250cc,
.1-'85, $1600, window
Sac/heat unit 15.00
btu, 220 volts $300.
Large pickup toolbox
$100. Bakers rack $100.
904-272-7352
HOT TUB NEW 6 PERSON
35JetS. Loated!
Full Warranty & Cover.
Retail $6800 Sell $3800
(904) 739-0488

Infant changing table
| in good condition call
all,221-8749
L KENMORE Washer
$75 3Ton heat
pump $100;, Oak
Rolltop desk $500
215-5337
LADIES ASSORTED
NAVY UNIFORMS
a variety of sizes,
12-14 navy pea
coat, rain Jacket, etc.
Call Roni Leave msg
729-2295
SMurray Riding mower
12.5 HP 40"Cut With
Su tiity trailer Great
condition 3 years old
call 874-1420
SILK SCREEN
EQUIPMENT and
t machine, 4 colors,
ideal for deploy-
ment/ homecoming
events. $3000. Call
992-6877 or 294-3564
SSTROLLER Graco
reclinable. has
S canopy & basket
blue exc cond $25.
904-278-5224/655-1679

Wa Stroller- Never Used. 5
positions. Lays fat for
$j4newborns. Lots of
accessories. $80
904-641-5059
STASCO BINOCU-
LARS 10X50mm.
Zip Focus Wide
Angle with case.
Exc. cond. $30.
904-221-9241

TASK COMPUTER
SCHAIRS Armless,
4I lavender. Lest
S $53.50 each, 2
available $25 each. Call
241-1398

The Club Steering
SWheel Security device
tlLike new, $ 40 new
asking $10
912 673-1747 5-10 PM
TOP CARRIER Sears,
Great for extra stor-
4LDage on trips, exc cond.
$50. 912-673-7565
A Water Boss water
Softener perfect for
vLwell 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/

A ATTENTION:
CRAFTERs-lg0
skeins yarn,
various colors,
weights, types, new
still wrapped $100 all
264-7606


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One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202


920 Business/
Office

Furniture Refinishing
Fire/Water Damage Repairs
Antique Restorations
"We make worn
furniture look like new"
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
& Jewelry

A piece wedding set
1.1k solitaire sz 6
%1,1k and 1/2k Anni-
versary bands sz
7&6.5. Price $2,000 non
negotiable Call 446-5857

925 Computers
4, COMPUTERHP760N
/ P4-CPU RAM
I768MB, WIN-XP,
Graphic card.
ATI8500DV, Monitor
MX90 Prrinter DJ5550
Exc. Cond. $475 Call
779-7327
DIGITAL CAMERA
under water hous-
Sing included takes
pictures at 100ft
xtra telephoto lens
xtras $250 542-5292 ext.
A LEXMARK
PRINTER/PrIma
Scanner and one
pair of computer
speakers $50 T
904.278.5224/655.1679

928 Electronics

A/D/S Car Home
Speakers/Car AMP
SJacobs Accuvolt
New or Like New
Best Sound You've Ever
Heard! 210-347-0978
BOSE SPEAKER- for
sale. You must see
to belive call
778-2464

A CAR/Home Stereo
SSpeakers AMP
SJacobs Accuvolt
new or like new
A/D/S Incredible sound,
most i n be ox
210-347-0978

CAR SPEAKERS -
/ A/D/S car/ home
kVL-s speakers/ car
a m p'/ Jacobs
Accuvolt new or like
new, best sound you've
ever heard 200-9964
STV -19" GE,.color tv
With remote, very
V good cond. asking $75.
Call 904-378-4426 '
A VCR Magnavox, with
|- remote in exc cond
lJ asking $50 obo.
-- all 904-378-4426

945 Garage
Sales

Arl. Mult Family Fri & Sat
-3, LOts of misc. items.
929 Allderdice Court
FRUIT COVE Moving Sale
Sat 9-1 Cunn Crk Plan in
Nottingham, 136 Not-
tingham Dr. E. furn,
elect, clothes, h'hold,
beauty supp. 230.4637
GARAGE SALE SAT 3/5
sofawickr chrs.dinette,child
train tablechild kitchen
strollr,carseat,grlsclothes,
dep glass.96 Nissan Maxima
1088 Durbin Parke Or off Race
Track Rd. 904- 230- 9658
OP-Fri 8-S/Sat 8-2. Lots
of Stuffi Ciths, Art Hair
Prod. from beauty shop
closing. Dir: Blanding,
Right Fox Ridge Rd;
Left Fox Ridge by Lake.
2831 Circle Ridge Dr.

SAN MARCO- Moving Sale
Fri 9-12/Sat 8a-2p.
1586 Alexandria Place
2x size Men's ciths, Furn,
kit., cycling appear etc.

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/
950 Lawn

A Electric Lawn Mower
offer about $45.00
without extension
cord. ph 535-8690 days
RIDING MOWER
T New battery, good
paddrunning condition
$600. Call (904)
742-7066 or (904)
220-5729.
AI riding mower new
| battery good running
X|'condltion $ 600
(904) 742-7066 or
220-5729

A Weed Eater new
l$ 40.00 (904) 742- 2066


955 Household
B O P 2 E Furniture
A 36" Solid Oak Table
30" Base excellent
l condition three chairs
Q$400 269-2413
z Armoire for sale
cherry finish solid
I Cwood holds television
and electronics for
more info call 772-0125
asking $600.

Qn Bed Orthopedic plush
padding, reversible, like
new $400. 904.966.0532
BED KING SIZE MATT.
Set. New in plastic. Must
Sell $145 (904) 484-6177
BEDROOM 4 PC SET $298
2 pc Sofa & Chair $298
5 Pc Oak Dinette $198
3 pc Qn Simmons Bd $198
3 rm l8pc condo pkg $998
VCR's from $20
20" color TV's $75
Microwaves from $29


Box & Mattress Set
Qn Size. In Plastic. $120
(904) 484.6177
AL California Queen,
Size Waterbed Full
Wave Mattress,
$150 O.B.O. Call
214-9949
Contemporary Ent. Ctr
4 w/glass cof. tbi $1000
| Breakfast nook with
extension and two
chrs. EC $350. 261-5205
A Couch-White
w/wood trim exc.
i L/ cond. $75 carved
wood/glass top
End Tbi and Coffee Tbl
$75 904-619-2825
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE w/ 8
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet.
New In box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2150. 737-1764
DINING ROOM exc cond,
china hutch, table & 6
chrs $590 obo Call Sam
at 705-8293
A DINING TABLE with
/ 6chrs S200. Glider
I 1 Rocker with stool $25.
S261-5205


ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak 29"
opening class door
out slides closed sec-
tions first $75 249-5299
A ENTERTAINMENT UNIT
S(modern)soid wooden
V 1& smoked glass doors
55LX54W191/2D fits 30
inch TV extra$500 264-7606
FULL SIZE BED,
4 Light wood head-
1/ board, boxsprings
mattress lyr old.
$100 obo. 249-9460

(4 GLASS TABLE TOP
T DINETTE SET
You must see to
1 believe! Call
778-2464
I UVING ROOM Furn
ScouchI loveseat,
oversized chair
cLexc cond, $400.
Call 264-2931

A MASTER BEDROOM
SET great cond
S tons of storage
medium wood
head board dresser
hutch and dresser $750.
Call 269-2005


Matres A ox.St_._


Mat A Box S 6177

V


955 Household
Furniture

SECTIONAL SOFA
S3pc. with sleeper &
. IA recliner. Great
Second. $7000bo.
Call 912-729-6479

j TV STAND Sideboard
light wood with four
Frosted Glass Doors.
Excellent condition.
$150. 904-641-5059

960 Machinery
S & Tools

SPORTS AUTHOR-
SITY DELUXE UTIL.
B E N C H with
weights. $50. Nis-
san Frontier, all metal
tool box. Like new $125.
504-6395

-9-7 Musical
U970 Merchandise/
Services
SPIANO Estey Moder.
full keyboard, includes
bench, exc cond, $400.
276-4121 Iv msg.

4 PIANO -Janssen
Suright, 57x25x39,
Walnut finish. $800.
Call 247-7432

PIANO Oak.
Kimball piano with
bench. Good con-
d, editions. $600obo.
904-771-7219

980 Sporting
Goods

4, ALMOST NEW IRON
T MAN OLYMPIC
PanWeight Bench
U incl's approx 245
lbs. Dip bars, squat
rack,i leg ext, plate-
holder, $250 obo.
904-631-9103 or
Melissa 904-610-5456

BOW FLEX ULTIMATE
EXTREME $1400obo
696.3046 OR 339.3094

a BOWFLEX Ultimate
1 fully equipped with
| -all accessories and
attachments less
than one year old $1800
obo $2400 new
219-3361

4 For Sale Power-
T zone weight bench
SI w/incline,
-- bar.weight stand.
Powerhouse sit-up
bench included $ 200.
OBI Dodge 04 remov-
able plastic bedliner
$75. OBO call
912-576-2175

GOLF CLUBS Good
SCondition with Bag.
2-PW cavity back
irons with putter.
$70 912-242-2249
Seminoles jacket
1993 to 1999 National
SI champions all soft
leather beautiful
never worn $400 call
860-8589 or 317-7157

SPORTS AUTHOR-
ITY DELUXE UTIL.
B E N C H with
Weights. $50. Nis-
san Frontier, all metal
tool box. Like new $125.
504-6395

Treadmill never used
S $300 Tony Little
L Barely used $100
Range $50 ph 220- 5974

Treadmill Sears Paid
$700 used 3 times $500.
obo. 733.2894, 704.1313

4 Treadmill Sears Lif-
Sestyler Electronic
V Panel motor Heavy
Duty Sturdy made in
USA $95.00 firm 268-2482

A Weight Bench with Bar
T. and Weights Heavy
WI duty Tunturi Good
S 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'
Double D, '97, dual
SI axle, straight load,
straight pull, 4'
tack room. Elec brakes,
$2000 904-272-7352

1010 Pet's &
Supplies

Am Pit Bulls Pups APBR
reg. red nose, various
colors $300. 904-8038039

Basset/Beagles Pups
Adorable hith cert, tri
color $250. 352.494.3029

BASSET HOUNDS CKC,
s/w, health cert, $350
845-2781 :

BEAGLE PUP 9wks small
Females tri-color H/C
$225 904-266-2539

BENGAL KITTENS -
ACFA & TICA Reg. $600
(pet)-$2000 251.3783

ENGLISH BULLDOG AKC
9mo. old neutered male
$1000 firm 363.2715

FREE PET BULLS full
blooded one male
1 2 and one female
both dogs are 3yrs
old 576-7682

0 FREE PUPPIES
Lab mix, black or
brown. Call
778-3166.

GERMAN SHEPARD
PUPPIES, 2M/2F, WKC
Reg., HC, $500. Call
Harry 904-556-1081

Jack Russell Pups smth,
coat, tricolor, h/c s/wS
$300. 904.259.7852 .

MACAW PARROT- Blue '
& Gold w/cage $1700. *
904-779-0228/755-6631' ,

PIT BULL PUPS & STUD '
SVC. GOTTY Bloodline.
BLUE PITS 912.576.1045 *

RED NOSE PIT BULL PUPS',
$250; 8wks, 1st shots, .
904-568-1646

WELSH CORGI AKC, SwkS
Healthly, happy, farm,
raised $400.352- 472.5489

YORKIES AKC, CH/Line.'
HC, 3M's $650each.S
904-215-1220 t


Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RVs and Supplies
1235RV Rentals
300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
134 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
4, 15FT ALUM HULL
BOAT W/TRAILER-
rebuilt 65hp Mer-
r cury engine cen-
ter steering console.
$1900 obo
904-553-8590


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2001 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 31K 1 OWNER LIKE NEW TEI.....ll...... ..
2002 DODGE CARAVAN 1 OWNER 48K HITE VERY CLEANu........1....I.. ......... .. ...
2002 CHRYSLER TOWN COUNTRY 58K WHin ---..- I
2002 CHRYSER VOYAGER V6 POWER PKG 1 OWNER .
2000 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 2WD CLTH LOADED 58K --Qi
2004 DODGE STRATUS POWER PKG WHITE 28K
2002 CHRYSLER CONCORDE LU LEATHER ALL POWER GOLD -lhI
2001 CHRYSLER SEBRING CONVERTIBLE LTD 317KLIGHT LUE-
2004 JEEP LIBERTYSPORT 2W CLOTH RED. -----. .I.
2004 EEP GRAD CHEROKEE2WD30K10 WNER- 1 |
2003 JEEP LIBERLTD4WD LEATHER LOADED 30KIMUST SE'--i
2003 JEEP LIBERTY LTD 2WD RED LOADED11000 MILES SUPER NICE lI Ch r
2005 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SIT WHITE POWER DOORS ----
2005 DODGE RA HEMI QUAD CAB 5,000 MILES WOW 1IfIi
Moar press Lube $1895 Ef uueMhntmaieacea i- $29954/CYL.- 32.95 .-$36.958/C
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1205 Boats 1230 Supplies 1310 Auto Parrts 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1340 13Tresi 1340 TrT // 1345 Vans/Bses 1345 VansBuses
1205I oa 13 SUV's SUV'S SUV's FORD E250 Work Van '01. GMCSAVANA0
16.9' SUNBIRD O 97 A .M HARDTOP FOR CJ CHEVY CAMARO '98. LOW TOYOTA CELC6A 00. LOW SUVs SUs V se FORD E250 Work VanK Hi-GMCp AVANA p00
Shp virude Tilt, COCMAN Catalina Black with miles, need to Call now miles, call now, wont VS. at/ac shelves. 42K Hi-Top Com. Van. TV,
Top VHn, eaiLite '00. 25Ft, elec slide. s .- L Wn8OWS and $4995. 338-1055 last $11,988. 338-1055 FORD RANGER XLT '96 X Isuzu Rodeo '00 TOYOTA 4RUNNER '02. ml. $12,975. 699-9669 VCR. CD. 2AC's, pwr.
Trim, Top VHS, Radio. front bdrm 1 owner. sunroo.call Cab. V6. low miles. 45000 miles very Very clean. $240/mo Lded' Mint cond.. lown,
center console, Alum front bdrm 1 owner, sunroof. $200.Call $5995.Call338-1055 goodcond. e00. WAC Callnow338-1055 $9500.904-759-1421
Trr 6000. 904-261-2211 $8995. Call 249-5027 912-269-1296 CHEVY Lumina TOYOTA COROLLA LE 05 $5995. Call 338-1055 good cond. 0FORD WINDSTAR 98 WACCal now 331055 9500.904-759-1421
Robert Or 00 Sedan '96 in good Low mi, take over m GMC 1/2 TON -'86 TOYOTA RAV4 '03. Very Runsgrt, 109kmi, $4000.
R COACHMANSUNFT dbrFuturaF'Ois td r HITCH & DRAW BAR cond. loaded. $280mo. WAC. 338-1055 p/u, outstanding cond JIMMY GMC '01 low miles, must sell. 904-10-0687/7590184 TOYOTA SIENNA XLE'03
R 1988UNBIRD16FT iberg, aCss id n moar /class II 35 00 502200 Call Rick at Lv,S AT. $2000.786-1767 $10,300 0 68k $280mo. wac. 338-1055 Clean low m. $310 m
RunabotBowIson ed AC, awning, lbs/3Okb tongue 7447250after5pm TOYOTAMATRIX'04 Low hw m, new baa-wac19,988.338-1055
enclosed. Johnson 5. 249-5027for Buick Le Sabre mi, need to see this on tery, tow pkg, CD TOYOTA TUNDRA'04 FORD WINDSTAR 01 4dr, -
88 outboard. Runs $70 obo. 904-278-5224/ CHEVY MALIBU '04. $210mo wac. 338-1055 GMC 2500 4x4'98. V8, at plaer eat interior crew cab. Immaculate AT.dualACloaded.
great. alv trailer 655-1679 at/ac loaded 27K m boed lo ac, loaded. $1000 down. 40901-8161 thr sunroof, 11kmi $8975. Call 699-9669nk 85.00
e1l.500 obo12 Ca73Ex6408 homfl 0,$900 dn. Call 699-9669C 94 VOLKSWAON all674-4444. -6976
219974" Fiberglass 0le, okr1 $ a aO b h worktruck. wht 699-9669Keyeenteremoteocarps tarter86A
T s ra ler D hno id i0-4na de9 122ST 992SEE969 sl 87e.0A KPO TA 0O3 Brand new Arital
du sraertisna 6e03-4710. 912-269-1296 500 9 62 936 12-729-6479 w/greinttowngssentry ca rter
Maprin e Mialkit p$2.0000 o rmly l CHRYSLER300M W Bkg.$idob. MAZDAh84000- '02, P/U, CHEVY HAPPY TIMES' 88$ needs work $10 model 4000 remotes
g cal0l (e 1A0 70-452-93A2 or 4dr, 41k mi, sliver, fullymIded, FM/Cass.V/XM Chris 779-1594 PCS engine start, door



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261E. 047 fiberglass, custoAmt O A wrC thr new Turbo. Red at, loaded, 270-841-7930 $9,700 904-813-8161 H CD chngr Stereo Sys., locks,trunk for $ 85.00 calr
1997 Sunbird 17ft 90 arley David- fitissan 8.5 ichellin tires Ithr, moonroof, 40,800 $2500obo. 904.71059204A0$.
HPv ao rl '97 kIng cab. Cxc cond cinnamon metallic miles. $11,975. 699-9669 GMC YUKON DENALI '02 ., MITSUBISHI MAZDA MPV '01










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pre 000e(904) obo. Extremely low windharb@aol.com spdleather4 $27,995. Cal3877pdl, only 56k mi, 4sn van 94K mi,
261-7211 Robert miles 4850, excel condo. J WH E E L S 10X "door, heated seats, new tires recent custom wheels, / brand fiberglass cus-
runs great904-214-94 Factory Chevralet CHRYSLER PT CRUISER runsgreat, $5600 ISUZU AMIGO CONV '00 tune-up only $15,000 rims, TV, VCR,4 ap- PLYMOUTH VOYAGER'93 tom fit Nisan 6.597
S ud a bi n M 2Wheels from 2002 n 04. Low miles, $250mo neg. 476-6182 Black 5spd ac 44K mi, call Andrew tains chain rs, AC cruise, xc cond, 38K. priced for King Cab excellent
C Ca02' Harley Dyna Silverado In good nice. 90dn 699-9669 904-548-0004 PW, PL, $4000. 908-0026 quik sale $3250. 389-7700 condition $250 call 284-48683
ge43.0 mer47rulser T Super Glide 39o nit00 condition. $200 b wac. Cal 334-7253M 0M.1
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sell. ob Csl s 04tra m4 message. DODGE INTREPID 94 1335 000 or LW.A.C. W.A.C.
912-576-8769 e a OA CR5mce p s 9X sl fs $2495. 389-770
14,900 0B0 $500! POLICE INPOUNDS-
20'Stnray2Ocs 904 284-5258 1 Atiques/ FORD MUSTANGGTCarsrom$500' Listngs
moni mcurcks ruerl project, green, YNE L AUTO W HOLE
depth findr Cat 9leh5an-l Aum me CHEVY CAMERO silver, gray Ithr, BUICK SKYLARK '90
3trlmtabssinktove19 handle Bars LeversD 305 '78gV-84 spdo runs st ro7ng, rebuilt, run s bu needs n.wor.
HP Cuddy CD Player New Grplus more. $2,900 manual, recently needs work $3500obo. $o0 0bo 771 3982
9124674l0617 rebuilt enging. 4 210-347-0978
21' 674- 06r1 m, BBL carb, very fast. Call CHEVY C9- 10'91. .-c, AT.
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S ps6alley Head4Xtras. ExtraChrome car, 3:73, gears, $35E500 OreaRsh3p..pred t-
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$18k. 904-79-1421 performancearts C CD 2k 1kr take5 Atlantic BlvdAR
p r$14,900 1 over pymts. 904994 3906 FORD Taurus GL wagon




















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fresh '96 EF454 '03 7.3 1325Autootive HONDA ACCORD un. s looks MIKESHADFORD O FLORIDA NCOLN CURY
gen, $20K 904-434 7027 4 Harley SuperGSlide I Low miles. $10,995S 2000rFirm Call112 7.
asmint condblck, 1986 CJ7 6 coyl needs 'Call now 334-725 HD I 5 3lp y 23
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shape. ew tires and $10,500. (92)729-5802 Jeep enthusiast $3,900OBO allow 338-1RD J p rnd WoneerAT REGENCY MATHENY LOTUS UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
b neon 3039 795 traler.$3500 22795 5,9883714776 H28ONDAACCORDL 93 GARBER 9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060 11211 AlanticBvd 6421500 2995 .S1 South S Aug.

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motori$7 mi, goar kept, to man 1991Ford 47southsideBvd. 6425111 NIMNICHT GC TOMBUSH VW
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7- 4 -600 1 ml $499 Cal 38671872 Cal4904-2139745 81s9343 7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-C00
HONDAw60RR '03 465-4123 e 00'1 FO R NG c ,',
T CABINCRUISER market Ights, tag / AT loaded leather H ONDA CIVIC LX PCS Cal NA 3Y
8w i 35 reocator&exhaust. sunroof newtiresand t Sp6 exc runner d Own A TY
engines sleeps, 9,700ml,$6oobo. beltsl4Khighway 74i ml $5800 Call $150mo O
Galley, head. AC and 904-838-8149 miles $4,500 050 9 9 2 6 8 7 7 00C
904-213-9745. HONDA CRBSR '03. Runs 912.5738835s
m $0 a looks great, must sell Lni__TOW__O L3_.SA.L_.,.__
$2295. Call389-7700 1996'VWCabrio$5K HONDA Odysses '171340 raiders
/YOBO Clean lather 8OK, white, exc cond Sl.V"'
HY DR SPORTS1. HONDA REBEL'87 \J)' interior convertible new tires $7K 230. 414
7 .w/trolling motor. 45o Saddle bags Call Angie after6PM ,2 IzuzuRodeo"93. 2NDBUYAUTO.com
-tor h m uRed, man y 912-673-7662 4 Stick Shift. AC, Bra-SI n CL NU T DCAR
219-3361 H.ONDASHADOW pkgaawesome great lhBUICK Reqt
/ 750 '03 includes conditionn 5 spd. 68K 5.79or28ans. ar.pai nel
J l age y 0T helmets. Very low miles many extras 7 2 -1 1 8
tra Includes t mileage. Excellent $9,100378-9622 Iv message JAGUARsXTYIPE'02. Lozw dual ehaus, sec
trailer, 21ifevestsb condition. Call $240mo. wac. 338u1055ste r, ruor
and ropes, excel cond._9__ 20ka31 ture Town car loaded KIA OPTIMA LX'04 12K
Call 904-803-3512 KAWASAKININJA900 '84 excellentcondition m. leather, mocnrm. CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
2B 04- 334r5789 39,300 miles. $14,250 loaded $12,975. 69949669 S1LVERADO 98 turbo
Maine 00904334-5789 771-1799See45338BuirundiSel.
1220 Equipment SUZUKI02 Road Confederate Point LEXUSES300'97. Legmn._r nicei '13.975 6q9.9669
& Supplies 4WheelerS50 CC, loaded, moonrooi CD
"DO,_ $500. 904-771-1388 2NDBUYAUTO.com $10,975. Call 674-4-1-- CHEVY BLAZER LS 938
98 'U4dr. at ac. lo aded. nict.
.98 Kawasaki Jet SUZU K I DRZ400E '02, CLEAN USED CARS LEXUS ES300'99. Peiar, 1 8,20drn 673 .44-1-
skI rebuilt motor Brought new in Sept'04.
must see ,00 sell quick$3950.37700 GoodrunningcondA00600.d(904)742-2066 or
OBO call 268-6210 or 66 LIN CO LN T ow ncar 9I. Ca it 6 4m 4-1- 0 d ,
537-0034 SUZUKI GSXR '89 Sling- 220-5729 looks good runs gr'6at L--'l
sho tit erm c 52tisa$5500.MCaaiar35-612 d.,I.,,dad. 02 n dc ORANGE PARK DODGE SATURN OF AVENUES
2$55i0e0.b 92' Nissan MaximaCHEVY 10 XCab02 E
1230 v &S0Ki, likemnew$3200 GXE 4 dr AC AT PW MC GN r ,e d.59K ACURA 72 33Blardng Bvl ,--50 l0 vPhihpi-iy 262.1145
plies OBO904-334,5789 1J/S38,000 miles all RURY '03. Low miles. eltnow$9655389- ?O0
SUZUKI Marauder maintancehistoryand $2r0mo.WAC. 334-7253 CHEVY SILVERADO01500 RICK KIEFFERCIN KIA
.1.26' KEYSTONE Cruiser '99 8700 miles, Carfax Report $2,500'00.V6, Sspd. ac, nice. 9401 AtlanticBlvd. 723-3210 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
SPRINTER'3trvltrlr mint, loaded, mustsee. 27-0426 MERCURY SABLE WAGON 975ca 6999669 ofOrangeRAY CARTER KIA 8105BandinBvd. 779-0071
42slideout, shower, AM/ $4100obo 904-813-3447 '03. Loaded. 3rd seat,. $7200 BlandingBlvd. 777-560 WESTSIDE DODGE 63730BlandingEBIvd. -771-6078
FM/CD microwave, ACURA TL -S 02m- Exc. low mi $11,975. CHEVY TAHOE '99 -
hitch, wrty, sipsS5, heat/AC, 4 SUZUKI RM125 '02 cond.,U265-h x. low__6m-96 $11,975.'
$14,300 912- 576-"8711Joe /Excellent condition, $17,900.,912-"652"51 9996y130kmii.Rblackvext..olthr1 DUVAL ACURA 672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 I [JJI_3 I .
'k |J, runs great, test ride M IT-i 1 g toSU BISH IrGA LA N T '0 4 c i t $ nti B .5yL Or., very goodG HINV-O R L N DOUS U B A R
287 KEYSTONE COUGAR on my property. Ask INIU$260/mo.BWACI L 0 78cond ition e $6500
'02 5Whl ,slide, Queen, for Brian 912- 729-7932 eve- 5Call 334-7253 904,743-4978 afihiiSin A112RGHNtlanORcNBOvSUBAU5OF0JA
bunks, slis 8, Lded, Like nings.- L l
new. $17,500. 7591421 SUZUKI RN 250 '97 and Civilian NISSAN MAXIMA CHEVY TRACKER '01,- BOZARD FORD 895 N. Ronald Reaan Blvd. 10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
30' 5TH WHEEL '00 All access perfectcond. ND I T'90,good running 4dr, AT. AC. CD, Pwr, 0. __ng_0d!r__dF7-3FORD
Prowler. All Season, like ,2300 ooo.568-5399 0 1DOW N*c d nx o7 KEY AUDI St Augustine 353-6797 Longwood/Orlando F1 -339-3443
new. 2slideouts, YamahaY2F60 '00 "" Call (904) 742-20666 904-7591421 FEoridas Headquarters
$18,500. 904-845-2672 I aha F60000 i EVERYBODYI or (904) 220-5729. CV 466-00 Sosthsde Blvd 565-4000 Florida's Supef Duty Headquarers W ,1{ ll1
heblack &silver, '298.VeryIlowSmi.X .$0. 13.,999080red, PAULCLARK MATHENY LAND ROVER KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI
helmets & cover CALL CHRIS 'C 8. Al9-37o5NC1,3e4642100$1(ee 5-725atA 370
.Yerf-Dog 2 Seater 4662-0726 Call now 338-1055 Cxc condo, AT, AC. FORD-MERCURY 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 1285 Cassat Ave. 3897700
4 | belts, 6.5Shp eng. 4B Npd onI 2kA ENT A n A
R2ba, slides, new $1000. Nowl $600. luxurehicle but a r e 895 N Ronald Reagan Bd LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'02 sstIded, 904-225-2769 or &very warrty carbrak/nIairBlblue lvather,1616 Cassat Ave. 387-6541 ARLINGTON TOYOTA
bunks, sips 8, Ided, 904-2ite25-2769 or ~lnoF 47393 129AlntcBv.7P- Rfilter onl $11,000 call I47000. mi. rear air. L GARBERti
$17,500. 904-759 1421 0mt4-294-7033 Ylee FL clean, all custom, andrew 904-548-0009 CD, cassette, excel .n7. GARBER FORMERCURY l, i9 i
406546519_Ryn ODSMBIMust seeE $8900 aba cond. 2WD. $16,000 .Geo pings24 rn 10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
93"DBLW Fleetwood191.7P48 406-546-5196 Ryan OLDSMOBILE ALERO '04 91.734'GreenCove Springs
Ihas PorcNcarportAlloy 325CiC-2002. Auto, Call 334 7253 AFORD EXPEDITIONS B MIKE SHAD FORD NORMhFLORIDA UNCOLN MERCURY
prem.9 kg,78 ONv IC/O"E3LBlent,.excel-49-4100'10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
I&Iu Brd SSE1 '01. Immac cond, Loaded 41K. miles,
loRAeTRdIriththro.Wi89nce0eset2,9 Must 9850 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911 10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325 KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
MANORlTRAVELITRLRS f a r e$ t Prem. Pk, *xenon lights. with $50 down. 389-7700 sell, $T,00SobY.
SalLEGROerMOcOR HOMEs 904-27-5224,-PONTIAC GRAND AM '02. 912-573-4784 MIKE DAVIDSON FORD 6501 Youngerrnan Circe. 771-9100
Sales. Service, Parts a Bedliner for Chevy BMW 3251- 2002,leather, Low miles. Mustgo REGENCY
J.D-. Sanjers R.V. Sales i6ftbed.$40.00obo. PW. P L. Cruise, CD. now! $8995 338-1055 FORD EXPLORER'O4 AT
Alachua (386) 462-3039 49O4.220. 0795 505,988 371-4728 pl,cruise/tilt very law miG
1-800.541-6439 PONTIAC TRANS AM '02 must se l$18,995 a797700 GARBER 9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060 11211Atlantic Blvd.642-1500 2995 U.S. 1 South S Aug.
BED RAILS/STEP- BMW 5301a- 2002, Auto, Convertible. $18,995. 2995_U.S._1SouthStAug
SIDE- 2 4 ord Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988. Call 334+7253 FORD Explorer XLT BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC MIKE SHAD FORD r,,'-I 800-62288 or 904-797-8800
made 371-4728 beige, all p wrBexcO 24OF PARK
cond,$150pery sadet Call "SUZUKI FORENZA'04. pw cond,$4500. 22.3-1597 Green Cove Springs 244502 OF ORANGE PARK
246-5797 or 982-9840 BMW XS 3.0 2002, Prem. pdl, fact warr, immac,
leave message. Pkg, low miles, rear mut sell $9995. 389-7700 FORD F150 EXT CAB 7700 Blanding Blvd. 7777-3673
Atavmessge.kVclimate Pkg, $32,988 XLT 'O00 Loaded, low KEY BUICK 9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561
Towable Super Cen- CAOP CARRIER 371-4728 TOYOTA CAMRY '01 miles. $12,975. 699-9669 [ MAZDA CIY ____."___I___]_____
ter, we guarantee that -goodicond.$50, Low miles. $10,995 4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060 MAZDA CITY
we will BEATyour dehydrator, new, in BMWIZ-32.S 2001, Convt, Call334-7253 FORD F250'01 diesel X6-06
current deal.BEST;*r box, $25. Call & auto, CD, 6 cyl. $21,988 Cab at/ac, immac, needaTERRYlBUICK9CGGINd.MC-9RUCK
BUYS In USA, All Key- Leave msg. 777-8120 371-4728 TOYOTA CAMRY LE'02 toseY $UICK.3OGGIN SH ISRUCKV
stone model lines. NO Low mi. Won't last, call g Blvd. 777-5550 9.7242310
1 VOLUME Towable . FORD TAURUS LE SABRE LTD97 now. 511,288. 338-1055 FORDF2564x4'OOCrew
Dealer. Why pa PARTS Altemator BUICK BORDanding41x4'M
morel Over 17 L(new) repair PwrPkp, Wh/BlueInter. VOYOw mIEs$99. Cab. Must sell fast GARBER BRUMOSMOTORCARSINC,
Towables in stock. manual Brims & KPkAm, $5000. 568-5399 VTLoYTAAmRiles.199021A$16,995.nCal7338-105524i-O1S1T11
Every towable in tires 15" exhaust sys- WAC or $7995. 338-1055 BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 7241080
stock is on SALE! Only teams, AC compressor, CADILAC ELDORADO ETC FORD F250 XCab diesel L
tkiat SALEOnl brake rotors & pans. '95. Loaded, 81K mi. TOYOTACAMRYSE low mi, grtcond, priced U NGreen CoveSprngs 2644502 2525 PhilipsHwy. 396-5486
SUNCOASTRV tie rods motor mount $1000 dn. 674-4444 '02 3.OL, V6, auto- to sell $16,995. 389-7700 -k
fan motor etc., etc. matic, powe'4700SouthsideBlvd. 642-5111 NIMNICHT GMC TOM BUSH VW
SUPERCENTER need to clean out CADILLAC SEVILLE -96 leather, sunroofr,6 FORD Ranger XLT '93,041 TOM BUSH MINI
9012,Beach Blvd. 78-5224/ 655-1679 97,430mi, runs 1rt, gar' miles. warranty $16,000. orig. owner, $3800. Call NIMNICHT CADILLAC 3 AtO BN 9850 Atlantic Blvd. -
1- 904- 642- 1600 .1- For Sale (5) $4995. Call 386.87.1872 Cal 904,213-9745. 813-9343 Blan8ingld 20
orTollFree 4 (4) w/3000mit(1) 7999BlendingBlvd. 778-7700 r
1- 800- 695- 2302 new-225/R75/16 CHEVY CAMARO '02 Fully TOYOTA CAMRY XLE'03 FORD RANGER XLT '02
www.suncoastrv.com $300.00 Call Iv msg loaded, need to sell fast, 37K, loaded, red, exc Low miles loaded PARKER CADILLAC COGGIN HONDA
904-220-0795 mmac. $9995._38927700 condr $16,900. 880-0790 $11,995. Ca3347253_ 283 San Marco, StAug 354-2057 ON ATLANTIC ITY'MITSUBISHI. .O'STEEN VOLVO


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10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
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GARBER CHEVY
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JERRY HAMM CHEV
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DUVAL HONDA 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
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4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
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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 Marco, St Aug 354-2057
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


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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. 269-5002
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ATLANTIC CHRYSLER 6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550 ME77 FIf www.anveucKee.com
2330 US1 South 354-4421 COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC 898 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
CARUSO CHRYS.-PLYM. 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 LIuSofJatOill e01f
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 ATLANTIC INFINITI GARBER 10384 AtanticBlvd. 998-0012
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 4-0200
FRANK GRIFFIN BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC FRANK GRIFFIN SUPERSTORE
Chrys-Plym of Orange Parkl Green Cove Springs 264-4502 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 CITY ISUZU NIMNICHT PONTIAC Tom Bush Autoplex
| MIKE SHAD 10585Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 3919 Phillips Hwy. 733-1616 Tom Bush Autoplex
MIKE SHAD 1 1 WILSON 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
CHRYSLER JEEP- PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC COGGIN USED CAR
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792 MATHENY JAGUAR us i South St Aogustne904-797-4577 SUPERCENTER
GARBER CHRYS-PLYM 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 -S. E 8500 Alantic Blvd 724-4999
Green Cove Springs 264-2416 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. V.I.P. AUTO SALES
RICK KEFFER 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. ATLANTIC JEEP 1 A v 10 5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
1-800-228-7454 2330 US 1 South 3544421
CARUSO JEEP ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO WARREN MOTORS, INC.
CARUS JEE 895N.Ronald Reagan Blvd. 233 East State St. 356-8491
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 Longwood/Orlando A 47-339-3443 ---
, ATLANTIC DODGE FRANK GRIFFIN SUPE
S2330 USi South 3544421 Jeep of Orange Park S-TORE :
JACK CARUSO 1515 WellsRd. 269-1033 NIMNICHT SAAB
REGENCY DODGE MIKE SHAD 7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
R 10979 AtlanC Blvd E 642-56 CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT 904-778-7700 www.nimnichtcom 7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
GARBER CHRYS- 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-2 WORLD IMPORTS
PLYM DODGE TRUCK RI K SATUREFFERF REGENCY www.wordimportsusa.com
Green Cove Springs 264-2416 1-800-228-7454 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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