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Creation Date: March 10, 2005
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THURSDAY, MARCH


10, 2005


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BASE

Runners wanted
If you are
running in
this year's
Gate River
Run,
please
contact the
Jax Air
News at
542-5588 or 542-3531.


Take the survey
All military, civilian and
contractor personnel
aboard NAS Jax are
reminded to please go
online and take the anony-
mous survey on the Navy
IG Web site http://www.
ig.navy.mil/southeast
region.htm. This survey is
very valuable to the Navy
IG in determining what's
going well in support to
the fleet and tenants and
what needs improving.
During the week of April 5-
8, Navy IG will hold focus
groups meetings here with
Sailors and civilians in all
paygrades/ranks.

Seabee Ball
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 Saturday.
Anyone wishing to attend
or looking for information,
call EA1 Eric Lamky, or
BU3 Nicole Kelsh at 270-
5225.


Travel fair
The I.T.T. Travel Fair will
be held Saturday from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Navy
Exchange Food Court.
Fifty vendors from Florida
and Georgia area hotels,
amusement parks, attrac-
tions, cruise lines and visi-
tor centers will be avail-
able to answer questions
and offer discount to atten-
dees. There will also be
door prizes offered every
10 minutes. For more
information, call 542-3318.


Celebrate
women's history
The NAS Jacksonville
Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee will host a
Women's History
Observance March 23 at
the All Saints Chapel at 11
a.m. Jacksonville City
Council Chairwoman
Elaine Brown will be the
guest speaker. Everyone
is also invited to have
lunch with Brown after the
program. For more infor-
mation, call JO1 Mike
England at 542-4877.


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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AT1 Scott Robbins of VP-45 sets the clock as Special
Olympian Scott Masters of Volusia County gets ready to
participate in the bicycle event during last year's Area
Five Special Olympics aboard NAS Jax.


NAVAIR Depot

Jacksonville wins


CNO safety award |
From NAVAIR Depot Jax


Naval Air Depot, Jacksonville recently won
the 2004 Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) Award for Achievement in Safety
Ashore, Large Industrial Activity. This award
recognizes outstanding support and achievement
in safety and occupational health.
The command excelled in directly supporting
the Secretary of Defense 50 percent mishap

See SAFETY AWARD, Page 10


Chief Executive Officer
Patrick Nixon, Chief
Operating Officer Simpson
and DeCA East Region
Director Bonnie Kanitz at
the annual American
Logistics Association
Conference.
According to Bentley, the
NAS Jax store serves ap-
proximately 20,000 active
duty service members,
6,000 Reservists and
41,000 retired military and
70,000 family members


'Good neighbor'


NAS Jax earns third

community service award

By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
On any given day, military and civilian personnel
assigned to NAS Jacksonville can be found volunteering
their time in meaningful, command-sponsored commu-
nity service projects while promoting a joint Navy and commu-
nity effort to assist in local schools, youth programs and, the
revitalization of Jacksonville's neighborhoods.
Their volunteerism and hard work paid off when' a message
from the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) announcing the
2004 Community Service, Health and Fitness Flagship Award
winners arrived last week. NAS Jax, for the third consecutive
year, had won the Flagship Award in the Large Shore
Category.
The Chief of Naval Education and Training sponsors the
yearly award program, which was started in November 1992,
when former CNO Adm. Frank Kelso launched the Navy
Community Service Program (NCSP).
"This is truly a base-wide award. This award recognizes the
contributions of many people in a wide variety of commands
here at NAS Jacksonville," said NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson. "While the award is very nice, the most
important thing is the contribution to our community that
takes place because so many Navy people are volunteering
their time and services."
"I am thrilled that NAS Jacksonville has received this
award for the third consecutive year," exclaimed Commander
Navy Region Southeast Regional Community Service Program
Manager Dianne Parker, upon learning of the award. "Each
year, NAS Jax service members, their families and civilian
employees participate in hundreds of community serviceand
outreach projects within our community."
"Last year, 630 military members and 390 civilians assigned

See COMMUNITY AWARD, Page 10


Photo by Victor Pitts
Naval Air Depot Jacksonville artisans perform maintenance on EA-6B
aircraft in Hangar 140. The hangar was recently repainted and recon-
figured to streamline maintenance efforts.


Base commissary named best in East


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
The NAS Jax Commis-
sary was named the
"Best Super Commis-
sary" in the Defense Com-
missary Agency (DeCA)
East Region for 2004 dur-
ing a ceremony held Feb. 23
at McDill Air Force Base,
Tampa, Fla.
The commissary was one
of 133 stores from the East
Region that competed for
the prestigious award. The
award is given to the store
that best meets or exceeds
DeCA's commitment to
quality in delivering the
commissary benefits to its
patrons. The criteria used
in judging the commissary
included the annual
Commissary Customer
Service Survey scores, for-
mal inventory results, unit
cost variances compared to
targets, sales comparison
and sales growth. The com-
missary also won the "Best
Grocery, Best Meat and
Best Produce Department
Awards" in the Super Store
category.
Base Commissary Store
Director Larry Bentley
accepted the award from
Acting DeCA Director and


tomer base, our main focus
is enabling the warfighter.
"When we order merchan-
dise and stock the shelves,
we have them in mind. We
want them to com in and
quickly find what they need
and be on their way to do
what they do best, fly and
fix planes."
"The retiree community
also knows how much we
appreciate their service to
our nation and how impor-
tant their patronage is to
the success of this commis-
sary," he added.
"Winning this award was
a team effort. The award
belongs to every one of my
employees and every
patron who walks through
our doors."
In 2004, the NAS Jax
Commissary broke all sales
record with a 10 to 12 per-
cent total monthly increase.
Last December, the store
also set a new record when
it generated $5 million in
sales.
During the award presen-
tation, Bentley was praised
for exceptional leadership
and for forging an excep-
tional partnership between
suppliers, employees and

See COMMISSARY, Page 10


yearly. "We have faithful
patrons who know this
commissary exists to serve
and to delight them. We
will give them the best
value and service for their
dollar every time they walk
through our doors,"
remarked Bentley.
"Our customer base is a
mix of active duty,
Reservists, National Guard,
retirees and family mem-
bers. However, even though
we have such a diverse cus-


Photo b\ PHI AMichael Worner
Adm. Michael Mullen has
been selected as the new
Chief of Naval Operations.


Mullen

nominated

for CNO

From Navy Office
of Information
Senior Navy leaders
were quick to praise
President Bush's
nomination of Adm. Mi-
chael Mullen as the 28th
Chief of Naval Opera-
tions.
Mullen's nomination
was announced March 2
by the Department of
Defense.
"Adm. Mike Mullen is a
highly professional and
effective leader who has
served the Navy and our
nation well throughout
his naval career," said
Secretary of the Navy
Gordon England. "We
worked together when he
was Vice Chief of Naval
Operations, and I look for-
ward to working with him
again in making our Navy
strong and ready to meet
future challenges."
Adm. Vern Clark, Chief
of Naval Operations,
echoed those comments,
saying, "Adm. Mullen is a
bold and visionary leader
who has served his nation
brilliantly for over three
decades. Our Navy is
truly fortunate to have
him assume the watch."
"I am honored to be
nominated to relieve
Adm. Clark, an extraordi-
nary man who has had a
tremendous impact on our
Navy and our nation
these past five years,i
said Mullen. "I look for-
ward to working closely
with the Senate during
the confirmation process."
Mullen was born in Los
Angeles and graduated
from the U.S. Naval
Academy in 1968 with a
bachelor's degree in Naval
Science.
Early tours of duty at
sea included the destroy-
ers USS Collett (DD 730)
and USS Blandy, (DD
943) and the guided-mis-
sile cruisers USS Fox (CG
33) and USS Sterett (CG
31).
He has commanded
three ships, the gasoline
tanker USS Noxubee
(AOG 56), the guided-mis-
sile destroyer USS Golds-
borough (DDG 20) and
the guided-missile cruiser
USS Yorktown (CG 48).
He also commanded
Cruiser-Destroyer Group
2 and the USS George
Washington (CVN 73)
Battle Group.
Mullen's last command
at sea was as Command-
er, U.S. 2nd Fleet/Com-
mander, Striking Fleet At-

See NEW CNO, Page 10


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
(Front row, from left) Max Dimaya, groceries department
manager, Larry Bentley, store director, Andy Anderson, meat
department manager and Pete Petrouseki, produce depart-
ment manager. (Second row, from left) Sandra Evans, cus-
tomer service manager and Dennis Claxton, store administra-
tor, proudly display their awards.


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2 Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005


Hey, Moneyman:
, .- recently checked my
;credit report and I have a
lrt of old debts that have
accumulated over time. I
s~w this ad on TV about
some company that I could
'pay to fix my credit and its
history. They made it sound
easy and this could be the
solution to my problem. Do
you know anything about
these companies? Are they
expensive and can they help
me with my bad credit?
Moneyman Sez:
-The bottom line is that
there is no shortcut to fixing
credit. The so-called, "credit
repair experts" offer to fix
your credit for a fee. The
truth is that no one can
legally remove negative, but
accurate, information from a
credit report.
cThe company may be will-
ing to dispute information
ing your file, but that can
oil]be done if the facts are


FROM THE FLEET


When and when not to be a hero


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief
Did you hear about the
Sailor who, when
approached by an
armed robber, managed to
wrestle the weapon away
and walk away from the
incident unharmed? You
didn't? Neither did I. I sus-
pect it almost never hap-
pens.
Unfortunately, I continue
to hear about Sailors who
try to take matters into
their own hands. I'm not
sure what goes through a
Sailor's head during the
opening moments of a rob-
bery or attack, but the one
thing that should not be at
the forefront is being a hero.
Recently there have been
a couple clear examples that
make me want to talk with
you about your safety and
what you should do in the
event you are robbed or
attacked. Prevention is of
course the best course of
action, but sometimes a sit-
uation is thrust upon you.
What you do in the first sec-
onds and minutes will prob-
ably dictate whether you
walk away, or not.
Listen to the next couple
examples: "After shot was
fired service member lunged
at the suspect with the
gun." Here's another one:
"While service member was
driving, suspect called
another person in the car
behind them. The robber
put the gun in his lap and
the service member grabbed
the gun. A scuffle ensued
and the service member


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
pulled the emergency brake.
Both got out of the vehicle
still fighting for the gun.
The associates from the
other vehicle came and
helped the robber."
Fortunately, the service
member was not shot.
Smart actions? Not at all
- the outcome of both the
above incidents could have
been tragic.
Shipmates, there's just no
way to predict if and when
any of us will ever end up in
a situation where our health
or life is threatened.
However, there are some
simple things we should all
know and do that could
mean the difference
between us walking away or
having to be carried away.
First and foremost, try to
avoid putting yourself in
danger. Only go to well-lit
businesses at night; don't
park on secluded streets; if
you're going out on the
town, try to do so with
friends there's strength


in numbers; and keep your
car doors locked when
you're driving. This list
goes on and on, and I sus-
pect you know a lot of this.
But, do you know what you
should do if indeed you are
attacked?
Most sage advice begins
with, "obey the robber's
orders." I'm told robbers sel-
dom hurt people who coop-
erate with them. Whatever
is in your wallet is worth
less than your life. Right up
front, it's a good idea to let
the robber know you're
going to comply with his or
her wishes.
Next, try to memorize a
good description of the
assailant. The police will
have an easier time finding
the person if you can
remember what he or she
looked like and what he or
she was wearing. Also try to
get the license plate number
if possible.
Don't fight the robber. Do
not resist, the money or
your car isn't worth it.
Trying to attack an armed
robber is foolhardy, not
heroic. If a robber has a
weapon, the assumption
should be he or she is will-
ing and able to use it.
If you have a weapon
nearby, do not use it. It's

probably not surprising self-
defense weapons are some-
times used by assailants to
harm their victims.
Don't chase or follow a
robber. To chase a robber is
to invite violence. The
police could also mistake
you for one of the robbers.
You should get out of the


area as soon as possible and
report the crime.
Call the police. This is
critical. If you are robbed,
harmed, raped,, assaulted,
etc. you need to inform the
authorities. You should call
911 before you call your
command, your family, or
your friends. Shipmates,
there's no easy, or one-size-
fits-all, answer to the ques-
tion, "how can I protect
myself." However, if you do
your best to avoid situations
where you make yourself a
target, and act calmly and
smartly in the event you
become involved in a rob-
bery or attack, you may be
one of the lucky ones who is
able to talk about what hap-
pened to you at the police
station rather than from a
hospital bed.
Life is precious.
Gambling with your life
because you want to save
the money in your wallet
doesn't seem logical. What's
more, if you happen to think
you are bigger or stronger
than your assailant, you
should put the thought of
overpowering him or her
away. It's a known fact that
bullets fly faster than fists.
Shipmates, be careful out
there. Protect yourself and
your shipmates. Our Navy
in itself can be a hazardous
place to work. At sea or in
the desert if the situation
calls for you to be heroic -.
that's one thing; risking
your life over the contents of
your wallet is totally differ-
ent. Know when to be a
hero.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Sometimes a wife has to take clippers into her own hands


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
A ll marriages have
disagreements to
overcome-White
bread or wheat? Football or
Lifetime?-but none in our
home compares to this: mili-
tary barber or salon?
Let's examine the facts.
The key difference between
mine and Dustin's grooming
philosophies is Dustin views
haircuts as a necessity, and
I see them as an experience.
Just look at our hair and
you'll see what I mean.
First, for someone who
has the world's simplest
military hair-do, Dustin
shre does get it trimmed
often. And here's the scary
part, it never looks the
same. Oh sure, it is perfectly
carved around the ears and
shaved up the back, but
there also are subtle vari-
ances Dustin complains
about ("They took too much
off the top;" and "My .side-
burns look funny."). Yet,
still, every two weeks,
Dustin returns to the bar-
ber shop and gets another
haircut he won't like.
I, on the other hand,


painstakingly research my
hairdresser and then
become attached to him/her
like a dog does his favorite
place in the shade. That's
because getting a new hair-
style is like changing my
diet or taking a new vita-
min; it changes how I feel.
"Anrd well it should,"
Dustin will say; "for the
amount of money you
spend."
Dustin's -haircuts cost
about six dollars. He tends
to brag about this fact, in
the same breath he com-
plains about his uneven
sideburns. Then, when I
come home with a new
style, he says, "Forget about
college, kids; Mom's wearing
your tuition on her head."
Speaking of the kids,
they haven't been spared
this hair-cutting dilemma
either. First, there is four-
year-old Ford who likes get-
ting his hair cut so much, it
ends up as short as his
dad's. Then there is two-
year-old Owen who won't
get near a barber's chair, so
his thin, unruly hair sticks
up in all directions like the
fuzz of a baby chick.
Frankly, I've grown tired


of the way we are the clan of
misfit haircuts (except for
mine, of course), so last
week I bought a pair of clip-
pers. Have I ever cut hair
before, well, no, but tfat
doesn't mean I can't learn.
Ford was my first victim
because he's the one who
likes haircuts anyway.
"Make it look just like
Superman," he told me, sp I
put the blade to its shortest
setting and unwittingly
gave mys:on a "high and
tight" like a miniature
Marine. Guess I got a little
scissor happy, or maybe it
was the reality that once
you start cutting, you can't
go back.
"Dad, will my hair always
look like this," Ford asked
looking in the mirror.
"If your mother continues
to cut it, yes, it will," he
said.
Now that I was getting a
hang of the clippers, it was
Owen's turn. He was much
more challenging because of
his fear, made worse by my
maniacal clipper-happy
laughter and the hair flying
up into the air and onto the
floor like rain. He only let
me cut the sides of his hair


before he squirmed away,
leaving him with something
like a fuzzy Mohawk.
"So, I guess it's you're
turn now," I said to Dustin,
and chased him through the
living room with the clip-
pers purring, until he gave
in and let me cut his hair.
"You don't know how to
do military haircuts," he
said.
"I'll learn. How hard
could it be," I replied.
I do have to give Dustin
credit though for not getting
up and leaving when I said,
"Oops," and "So how do they
get around the ears."
But in the end, I think I
did okay (and earned new-
found respect for barbers!).
So I took too much off the
front, but there was only
one "hole" in his sideburns,
and really, who's going to
look at the back of his head
and see the uneven trim
there anyway?
Besides, it was free, and
that means more money for
my haircut and the kids' col-
lege tuition.

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


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SU N DAY SjVIC S.


You are invited to the following Base Chapel Worship
Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant Worship

"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.


inaccurate or incomplete.
Unless you pay your old
debts, they will remain on
your credit report for seven
years of longer. Why pay for
this service, when you can
do it yourself for free!
If you have even been
denied credit, you can
request a copy of report, free
of charge. From there you
can contact any credit com-
panies that have negative
information about you.
You can then make
arrangements to pay off all
or part of your debt or you
can formally dispute the
information. All of these
things you can do on your
own.
Also, keep in mind for the
future, ignoring old debts
won't make them go away.
You are better off to always
take care of your debt by
paying what you owe.

More questions? Call Hey
Mo)eyMan at 778-0353.


RCRUW/SW1) FEDORR LONDON

Job title/command:
Air Operations

Hometown: New York City


Family Life: Great!

Past Duty Stations: FACSFAC Vacapes,
NSA Naples, Italy, NS Mayport, USS John F.
Kennedy, NLSO Southeast

Career Plans: To obtain a degree in educa-
tion and teach.

Most Interesting Experience: A six-
month cruise aboard USS John F. Kennedy.

Words of Wisdom: Never give up!


MRRLENE SOMERR

Job title/command:
Senior Teller, VyStar
Credit Union


I Hometown: Philippines

Family Life: Divorced with two children.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: I have been at the NAS Jax
branch for .mny years and have no intention
of leaving this position.

Most Interesting Experience: Getting
experience in the First Union Money Center.

Words of Wisdom: Honesty is the best
policy.


NAS Jax hosting Navy Run

By Staff
AS Jax will host the Navy 10K Run/5K Walk on
April 2 at 7:30 a.m. Due to security measures, par-
ticipation 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 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.
Registration the day of the race is $20 and will take place in
the Navy Exchange (NEX) parking lot the day of the race
from 6-7 a.m. Packets may also be picked up on race day at
the registration area.
The race starts at 7:30 a.m. with an awards ceremony fol-
lowing in the Navy Exchange parking lot. Awards will be
presented to the top three male and female finishers, top
masters and grand masters, plus three males and females
in each age group for the 10K The top male and female in
the wheelchair category will also receive awards. The 5K
Walk is non-competitive this year.
For more information, call 542-3518 or 542-2930.


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
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
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by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005 3


VP-45 'Pelicans' change leaders


'C


By Lt. j.g. Dennis Smith
VP-45 PAO
mdr. Richard Fite
turned over com-
mand of VP-45 to his
executive officer and long-
time friend, Cmdr. William
Zirzow, IV March 4 at NAS
Jax.
This 63rd VP-45 Change
of Command ceremony was
held inside the Jay Beasley
Hangar before a gathering
of special guests, family,
friends and the men and
women of the "Pelican's
Nest." Rear Adm. Michael
Holmes, commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Group
was the guest speaker.
In his first remarks as
the new commanding offi-
cer, Zirzow thanked Fite for
his guidance, leadership
and the friendship they've
shared not only in VP-45,
but also over the past sev-
eral years.
He cited the challenges
that lie ahead as the
squadron and its 12 combat
ready aircrews prepare for
the upcoming wartime
deployment. "We have
come a long way together
over this past year, and I
look forward to reaching
new milestones as we
deploy operationally and
utilize the high standards


Cmdr. William Zirzow, IV
we have set for ourselves,"
he said.
Fite expressed his grati-
tude to the hardworking
and dedicated Sailors of
VP-45. He attributed the
unprecedented squadron
success to the efforts of the
officers, chief petty officers,
Sailors and also their
spouses. Fite recognized
the contributions of Sonya
Worth, who served as com-
mand ombudsman and pre-
sented her the Department
of the Navy Meritorious
Service Award.
Fite leaves behind a lega-
cy of success and achieve-
ment. Under his command,


Cmdr Richard Fite


the Pelicans surpassed
285,000 mishap-free flight
hours during a challenging
inter-deployment readiness
cycle in preparation for an
upcoming Fifth and
Seventh Fleet deployment.
During his tenure, the com-
mand earned several pres-
tigious awards.
Topping the list were a
fourth consecutive
Commander Atlantic Fleet
Retention Excellence
Award, a second consecu-
tive Chief of Naval
Operations Safety Award,
and a second consecutive
nomination for the CPRW-
11 Golden Wrench Award


for Maintenance Excel-
lence.
Addressing his Sailors,
Fite stated, "I am immense-
ly proud of this Pelican
team and I am awed by
your tireless dedication and
immense talent. Day in
and day out you have risen
to meet every challenge.
Know that your hard work
this year was for a good
reason. The multi-mission
capability of our aircrews
and aircraft are making a
difference measured in
lives in support of the glob-
al war on terrorism."
Urging these proud men
and women to continue to
lead and make a difference,
he thanked the entire
squadron, wished them
good luck on their upcom-
ing deployment, and bid
them farewell.
The Pelicans also took
time to recognize and wel-
come their new Executive
Officer Cmdr. Mark Turner.
Turner, originally from
Greenwich, Ct., graduated
from Marquette University
in May 1987 and was desig-
nated a naval flight officer
in February 1989.
He arrives having just
completed an assignment
at the Joint Chiefs of Staff
J6 and J8 Directorates.


Inspector general to visit NAS Jax in April


Naval Inspector Gen-
eral (NAVINSGEN)
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 sup-
port, work environment,
training quality of life pro-
grams, facilities and envi-
ronmental management.
An advance team will visit
each of the three installa-
tions April 5-8 to conduct
military and federal civilian
employee focus groups. As
part of the preparation for


Vice Adm. Ronald Route
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/south
eastregion.htm.
NAVINSGEN staff highly
encourages and requests
100 percent participation in
the survey by installation
and tenant command per-
sonnel, including afloat
staffs, afloat units, air staffs
and squadrons. The greater
the participation in the sur-
vey, the less personnel
called away from their
duties to participate in focus
groups. Installations, ten-
ant commands, ships,
squadrons, and staffs are


requested to encourage 100
percent command participa-
tion.
During the actual
NAVINSGEN visit, the
NAVINSGEN staff will
gather data from various
sources, including command
presentations, personnel
surveys, individual consul-
tations, focus group discus-
sions/findings, interviews
and meetings with local ten-
ant commanders and pro-
gram managers. Areas of
interest may change over
the course of the visit in
response to the team's find-
ings.


In memorial

By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Service members, family and friends came out to All
Saints Chapel Friday to mourn the loss of their
shipmate and friend, AT1(AW/NAC) Rene
Robertson of VP-30. VP-30 honored Robertson, who
passed away in her sleep Feb. 24, with a memorial serv-
ice that not only highlighted her Navy career, but her life
as a whole.
Robertson joined the Navy in February 1989 and spent
most of her career at NAS Jacksonville. During her time
in the Navy, she gained a reputation as a highly profi-
cient In-Flight Instructor (IFT) and excelled in multiple
assignments including IFT training leading petty officer,
weapons tactics unit instructor, drug and alcohol preven-
tion advisor and squadron fitness leader.
"Her caring and professional attitude was a gift that
energized the squadron," said VP-30 Public Affairs
Officer Lt. Joe Levy.
That same outlook on life was evident in her off-duty
performance as well. Active in her community, she per-
formed volunteer work for the Jacksonville Zoo and
Wilkinson Elementary School.
"Her legacy will live on in those she trained and led,"
Levy stated.


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Brown receives



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during ceremony

By j01 Mike England .
Assistant Editor ',


MAC Franklin Brown
was commissioned
as an ensign during
a ceremony held at the VP-
30 auditorium March 1.
NAS Jax Security Officer
Lt. j.g Ron Stone swore in
Brown, who previously
served as the assistant lead-
ing chief petty officer of the
Security Department since
October 2004.
"I'm both humbled and
honored to help you begin
your journey as an officer in
the United States Navy,"
Stone said.
"I've witnessed you come
to work before sunrise and
leave after sunset and I will
be forever grateful for your
hard work."
After beginning his naval
career in July 1988 at
Recruit Training Center
San Diego, Brown trans-
ferred to USS Midway (CV
41) out of Yokosuka, Japan.
In February 1991, he cross-
decked to USS Blue Ridge
(LCC 19) also out of Yoko-
suka and left there as a
Boatswain's Mate 2nd
Class in March 1993.
He then attended Phys-
ical Security and Law
Enforce-ment Academy and
was named the most out-
standing performer of his
graduating class before
transferring to Command-


Photos by PH3(AW) Gary Granger Jr.
MAC Franklin Brown (right) is commissioned an ensign by
NAS Jax Security Officer Lt. j.g. Ron Brown March 1 at the
VP-30 Auditorium.


er, Fleet Activities Yokosu-
ka, Japan Security Depart-
ment where he served until
February 1996. Brown fol-
lowed up his successful
tour in Japan with a trans-
fer to Naval Suppor-t
Activity Milling-ton, Tenn.,
where he ad-vanced to MA1
in Septem-ber 1996.
Brown's next stop was
the Naval Support Activity
Agana, Guam Security
Department where he
served as a watch com-
mander, shift supervisor
and later as the activity's
first Operation's leading
petty officer (LPO). In
July 2001, Brown decided


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There he served as the
assistant chief master at
arms/LPO of the MAA/Le-
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vanced to chief petty officer
Sept. 16, 2002.
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MAC Franklin Brown gets his new ensign shoulder boards pinned on by his wife, Victoria, and
daughter, Share', who is assisted by MAC during his commissioning ceremony March 1.
brought him back to Yoko- were made and jokes were tradition of removing his
suka, Japan aboard USS told, Brown's wife, Victoria chief's anchors and putting
O'Brien (DD 975), where he and daughter, Share' per- on his new ensign's shoul-
served until September 2004. formed the time honored der boards.
During his tour, he was
assigned as chief master at
arms, assistant force pro- NAS
tection officer, urinalysis
program coordinator, com-
mand fitness leader, assis-
tant safety coordinator,
damage control training
team and customs officer.
During his opening
remarks, NAS Jax Com-
manding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson spoke of Brown's
potential as a naval officer.
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milestone in his career. 10-
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Jax Ar News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005 5


Elimination of TSP open


season set to
From HRO
Public Law 108-469,
which was signed into
law on Dec. 21, 2004,
eliminates the Thrift Savings
Plan (TSP) open seasons and
the restrictions on contribu-
tion elections which are tied
to open seasons.
The Federal Retirement
Thrift Investment Board
will implement this law
July 1, 2005. After the close
of the current TSP open
season (Dec. 31, 2004),
there will be one more open
season, April 15 through
June 30, 2005.
This means that partici-
pants may file contribution
elections with their agen-
cies or uniformed services
at any time beginning April
15. Through June 30, these
elections will be processed
under the current rules.
Beginning July 1, contribu-
tion elections will be
processed under the new
rules that is, the elec-
tions must be made effec-
tive no later than the first
full pay period after they
are filed.
Participants must contin-
ue to file contribution elec-
tions with their agencies or
services, and the agencies
and services must continue
to implement the elections
by deducting contributions
from participants' pay and
reporting these amounts to

Acquisition

conference

and trade

show coming
he sixth annual Jack-
sonville Acquisition
Excellence Confer-
ence and Trade Show, host-
ed by the Jacksonville
naval community, will take
place at the University of.
North Florida's University
Center on April 13-14.
The theme for this'year's
conference is "Transforma-.
tion: The Pursuit of Excel-
lence through Joint Capa-
bilities."
Dave Carey, acclaimed
motivational speaker and
author, will kick-off the
event. Director of Defense
Procurement and Acquisi-
tion Policy, Deidre Lee, is
the keynote speaker. This
two-day conference pro-
vides a one-stop education-
al opportunity for govern-
ment and industry person-
nel to exchange the most
up-to-date information on
technical innovations in
program management,
logistics, engineering, con-
tracting, and budgeting
through a number of class-
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Department of Defense
acquisition workforce mem-
bers will receive 16 continu-
ous learning points for par-
ticipating in both days of
the event. For information
and registration, go to
www.acqconf.com.

Yellow Water

housing fire

inspection set
From NAS Jax
Fire Department
he annual military
family housing fire
safety inspection and
briefing for residents living
in the Yellow Water mili-
tary housing complex is
underway. The NAS Jack-
sonville Fire Department,
Fire Prevention Division
began the annual inspec-
tion March 1 and will con-


tinue them throughout the
month.
Inspections and briefings
will be conducted from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Fire inspec-
tors will be in NAS Jax Fire
Department uniform and
will conduct the inspection
and briefing only in the
presence of an adult.
In the event the resident
is not at home when fire
inspectors call, a callback

See FIRE INSPECTION, Page 10


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Retirement System must
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eligible for agency contribu-
tions to their accounts. In
addition, the law does not
affect contribution alloca-
tions or interfund transfers,
which can be made at any
time by using this Web site
or the ThriftLine or by sub-
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All types of vehicles can be worked on al the Auto Skills Center, including small aircraft.


Self-serve


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AWAN Chris Holladey, who is TAD to the Auto Skills Center from VP-
30, prepares to remount a tire on a vehicle at the center.


Lt. Andrew Dvorak of HS-15 puts a new muffler on his vehicle at the
Auto Skills Center.


car




time


care




and


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
f you've ever been stuck without a vehicle and
have somewhere to go, you know what an incon-
venience this is. We rely on our vehicles and
assume they will always be ready to go when we
start them up each morning.
But in order to keep them running smoothly and
efficiently, they must be properly maintained. But for
many, car maintenance is one of those dreaded
things we really don't care to deal with. While many
of us choose to take our vehicles to the shop, wait
long hours and spend a good portion of our pay-
checks to keep our vehicles running, others prefer to
work on their cars themselves.
At NAS Jacksonville, the Auto Skills Center offers
mechanics and those who are interested in learning,
a state-of-the-art facility to work on their vehicles.
The facility offers seven above ground lifts, a special-
ized tool room, a parts service, diagnostics services
and basically just about anything that is offered at
an outside auto repair facility. The only catch is, you
do the maintenance on your vehicle.
"The Auto Skills Center offers people the opportu-
nity to do work on their own vehicles at a reduced
cost. The one thing that people need to realize is that
we have a certified mechanic to help them. A lot of
people don't know that, they just think it's a place to
come and work on cars. So those people who don't
know how to do things, but are willing to try can get
the help they need," said Community Activities
-Director Brett Tracy, who oversees the Auto Skills
Center.
The center is available to active duty members,
retirees and Department of Defense employees and
family members with an ID card. While many people
use the facility to do simple things like changing
their oil or rotating tires, the center offers much
more. The only requirements before a customer is
allowed to work in the center, is that they must
review a 25-question safety qualification sheet to
comply with Navy environmental and safety stan-
dards and patrons must be 16 years old.
"If someone drives up and says their car is making
strange noises, we can put it on an engine analyzer
and our mechanic can pretty much narrow down the
problem. If it can't be repaired here, at least the
patron knows the suspected problem before taking it
to a shop out in town," explained Tracy. "It's usually
a good idea to make an appointment if possible for


AWAN Chris Holladey of the Auto Skills Center issues some tools to Doug Boyd to work on his vehicle.


saves




money


Auto Skills Center Cashier and Recreation Aide Tara
Basye cheerfully accepts a payment from Raymond and
Lee Guerin of Cape Cod, Mass., who are currently stay-
ing at the base RV Park. The Guerins have been using
the facility for the past 13 years.
the engine analyzer
because we use it
quite a bit."
"Patrons here can
get their brakes
done and rotors and
drums turned. You
can do all your
brake work for sig-
nificantly less than
Sif you take it out in
town. You may find
a $99 brake special
a out in town, but if
y2 you do it yourself, it
may cost $50. The
labor is a big por-
._1 T5tion of auto repair,"
Photo by Brett Tracy Tracy continued.
AWAN Christopher Halladey and "It's a perfect
Auto Skills Mechanic Terry Hane opportunity for
do some brake work on Sailors who can't
Halladey's vehicle at the Auto afford big auto
Skills Center. repair bills. They
can do their own
work and know they are doing it right because our
mechanic can take a look at it before they hit the
streets."
The center has seven lifts available for use at $3
per hour. One lift is designed to for any type of vehi-
cle up to 30,000 pounds including RVs. Customers
can also check out any tools they need at no charge.
The center also offers tire balancing, air conditioning
recharges and will dispose of hazardous waste such
as oil. Parts can also be ordered and delivered while
your vehicle is in the shop.
"I like to get under my car to see what's going on. I
always do my oil changes here and if I have any
problems, I come here to check out what's going on.
It's convenient and much cheaper than taking my car
to a shop," said DK1 Aaron Brown of Personnel
Support Detachment Jax.
Over the years, the facility has undergone tremen-
dous changes to keep up with current technology.
The center was originally located in a dirt field
where Vystar Credit Union is today. It moved to its
currently location on the corner of Birmingham
Avenue and Jason Street in early 1975. Since then,
it's had several upgrades including the above ground
lifts. Many more changes are coming in the future.
"One of the biggest upgrades we are working on is
to clean up the shop. I think one of the biggest things
is that if you want your shop to stay clean, you have
to get it that way first. We plan to clean up every-
thing including the floor so our customers will have a
See AUTO SKILLS CENTER, Page7





JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005 7


Tom Rett raises his Coachman motorhome on the new 30,000-pound lift at the Auto Skills
Center. Rett was there repairing his cooling system.


Army Retiree Chuck Woodbury checks out the specifications of a Harley-Davidson motorcy-
cle on the AutoRama Resale Lot last Thursday. The lot is located on Birmingham Avenue and
is used by military members, retirees and Department of Defense employees to buy and sell
vehicles.


QUE


The NAS Jax RV Park offers 50 spaces with full or partial hook-ups. There is also a bathhouse
and free laundry facility available for guests. The park is open seven days a week and reserva-
tions are taken up to 60 days in advance. Visitors may stay 42 days per year at two-week
intervals broken up with a 48-hour leave period to prevent homesteading. For more informa-
tion, call 542-3227.


AMAN Rik Basye of HS-5 determines what parts he needs to fully restore his Pontiac Fiero.
Basye completely stripped down the vehicle and is rebuilding it from scratch.


AUTO SKILLS CENTER: Full shop,

tools, RV Park, car wash and more


Lt. Cmdr. Leo Ford of the Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility gets his engine analyzed
by mechanic Terry Hane at the center.


From Page 6

much nicer facility to work in," stated
Tracy. "We are also moving our office
spaces to a new area and adding a cus-
tomer's lounge so people will have a place
to sit and wait for someone working on the
floor or if a lift is not available when they
need it. We'll be able to expand our tool
room when we move our offices move as
well."
While most people come in for preventive
maintenance, others have spent numerous
hours completely
rebuilding an
engine. "I'm com-
pletely restoring. '
my 1987 Pontiac
GT Fiero to make .
it how I want it -
instead of buying
something off a
car lot. I stripped
it down to bare
metal, primed it
and put truck bed-
liner on it. I'm
completely cus-
tomizing it to my
taste. Hopefully
I'll be done by the
end of summer,"
remarked AMAN -
Rik Basye of HS-5.
"The Auto Skills
Center is great
because it's close
to my work, has
everything that I
need to work on
my vehicle and I -
really like it here." DK1 Aaron Brown
The Auto Skills Detachment does an oil
Center staff also the center.
maintains the RV
Park, Autorama Resale Lot, Deployed
Vehicle Storage Area and the carwash.
"The RV Park here is really a great park.
We've been full time travelers since last
July and are homebased here. When we
need to come here for medical reasons at
the hospital, we stay at the park,"
explained Jim Gorman, a Navy retiree.
"One thing that is so unique is that they


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have a free laundry facility here. We
haven't found that anywhere else. I also
really appreciate all the assistance Terry
Hane, a mechanic at the Auto Skills
Center has offered. He's always willing to
help and when he doesn't know something,
he can send you to the person who does."
The Autorama lot has a waiting list of
one to three weeks for active duty. Others
are placed on a waiting list. Anything can
be sold on the lot, as long as it is a legal
vehicle. "I purchased a 1990 Buick here
several years ago and drove it for three
years trouble free
" and sold it almost
S at a profit. I think
it's a great idea to
have a resale lot
like this on base.
Many times people
have to sell their
vehicles from
Suda home and have to
make allowances
to get off work to
go show it to some-
one. This is much
more convenient. I
spent 24 years in
the service and
would have loved
like this when I
was in," said Army
L Retiree Chuck
Woodbury.
.A car wash
located behind the
center has three
bays with a state-
of-the-art wash
f Personnel Support system. The cost is
change on this vehicle at $1 for a five-
minute wash.
The Auto Skills
Center is open Monday, Thursday and
Friday from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday and
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and holidays
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is closed on
Tuesday and Wednesdays, however, a staff
member is always available to check peo-
ple into the RV Park and to handle emer-
gencies. For more information, call 542-
3227.


AWAN Dan Meyer, who is TAD to the Auto Skills Center from VP-30 (background), gets some
guidance balancing a tire from John Franke of the Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Maintenance Department last Thursday.







8 Jax Alr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005


Three nurse anesthetists graduate at NavHosp Jax


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Three Nurse Corps offi-
cers graduated from
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Navy Nurse
Corps Anesthesia Program
Feb. 17. Lt. Allen Benfield
and Lt. Carrie Forrester
completed the 30-month
program and will be taking
their skills to Naval Medical
Center Ports-mouth, Va.
Graduate Lt. Christina
Matern will be going to
Naval Medical Center San
Diego.
During the ceremony,
NNCAP Clinical Instructor
Lt. Cmdr. Drew Pinilla,
reminded the graduates of
the awesome responsibility
they accept when they put a
patient under anesthesia.
"You're telling that patient
that you're going to do
everything in your power to
take good care of them and
keep them safe," he said.
Relating how the Navy's
Core values of "Honor,
Courage and Commitment"
correspond to the responsi-
bilities they face as nurse
anesthetists he implored
them to "never compromise
yourself or the service your
provide."
'Guest speaker at the
graduation Cmdr. David
Leonard, director of Surgical
Services at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, expressed con-
fidence that the graduates
would advance the practice


Photo by HM2 Michael Morgan
Clinical Coordinator/Research Director Cmdr. Joseph Kelly
(right) and Clinical Instructor Lt. Cmdr. Drew Pinilla (left)
stand outside Naval Hospital Jacksonville shortly after Lt.r
Christina Matern, Lt. Carrie Forrester and Lt. Allen Benfield
(center left to right) graduated from Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Navy Nurse Corps Anesthesia Program.


of nurse anesthesia and
that they would serve their
country well with their.
skills.
"Your unwavering com-
mitment to your country
will not go unnoticed as you
will administer anesthesia
at some point on some oper-
ational platform, in some
remote location in the world
and as a Navy nurse anes-
thetist you will lead that
team and you will do so
with a steady hand and not
a clinched fist," he said.
The Anesthesia program
is conducted at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville in
conjunction with a
Georgetown University


Master of Science degree
program. The program is
accredited by the Council on
Accreditation of Nurse
Anesthesia programs in
association with the
American Association of
Nurse Anesthetists. Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's high-
ly respected NNCAP
received the first-ever 10-
year accreditation in 1999.
Nurse Corps officers with
at least four years of active
duty service may apply for
Full Time Duty Under
Instruction (DUINS) in
Nurse Anesthesia training.
The program is currently 30
months long and is divided
into two phases. In Phase I,


students attend Georgetown
University for 12 months of
didactic instruction starting
in July. Phase II clinic train-
ing occurs at one of three
sites for 18 months -
Jacksonville, San Diego and
Portsmouth, Va.
The Phase II training site
was moved from NNMC
Bethesda to NH Jackson-
ville in 1998 to take advan-
tage of the caseload and
excellent learning environ-
ment. The NNCAP faculty
at NH Jacksonville consists
of a Clinical Coordinator/Re-
search Director, currently
Cmdr. Joseph A. Kelly and a
Clinical Instructor, current-
ly Pinilla. NH Jacksonville
Anesthesiology Department
staff are considered adjunct
faculty.
Each class consists of



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three students who start
each September and gradu-
ate 18 months later in
February the classes over-
lap for six months. Faculty
and students re assigned to
NMETC Bethesda,
Jacksonville detachment
and receive all funding
through the NNCAP
Program Director. NH
Jacksonville provides
administrative support by
virtue of an Interservice
Support Agreement with
NMETC Bethesda. Students
also receive specialty clini-
cal training at Shands
Medical' Center in
Jacksonville (by virtue of a
Memorandum of
Understanding) for compli-
cated obstetrics, neuro-
surgery, vascular surgery,
cardiothoracic surgery, trau-


ma and chronic pain man-
agement.
Students and NNCAP fac-
ulty (combined) performed
more than 2,500 anesthetics
at NH Jacksonville during
their 18-month clinical
experience.
As of February 2004, 13
students have graduated
from Jacksonville's program
with a 100 percent, first-
attempt pass-rate on the
National Certification Exam
for Nurse Anesthe-tists.
The program has conduct-
ed six original research proj-
ects that have been present-
ed at national meetings and
have been accepted for pub-
lication in peer-reviewed
journals.


FCCJ offers environmental science degree


From the Navy College
Office
F lorida Community
College at Jack-
sonville (FCCJ) cur-
rently has openings to
obtain an environmental
science degree on base. New
classes begin May 9.
Registration begins March
9.
There are hundreds of job
opportunities in the envi-
ronmental science field and
not enough employees to fill
those jobs. Several fre-
quently asked questions:
Q: I have a job in the
military so why do I need
a degree for a new job?
A: Competition for ad-
vancement in the military is
.tough, so a college degree
not only helps you prepare
for a career in civilian life, it
helps you maintain your
competitive edge. Most men
and women who are retiring
from the military are in the
prime of their life and typi-
cally are not ready for tradi-
tional retirement.
Most retirees are ready
for a new challenge and a
new career opportunity.
Let's say you get out early
and do not retire. You can
finish your degree in less.
than two years while you
are still active and find a
well paying job without
missing a paycheck. Your
degree does not have an
expiration date. You can use
it a year from now.or ten
years from now.
Q: Where do I look for a
job in environmental sci-
ence?
A: There are hundreds of
jobs in meteorology, weath-
er, and atmospheric sci-
ences. Many corporations
seek qualified applicants in
this field and federal, state
and local agencies are con-
tinually seeking ex-military
personnel with degrees.
Every state in the United
States has many job open-
ings available to individuals
who want a good salary and
benefits. Some of the jobs in
the environmental area
include: agricultural scien-
tist, outdoor trip leader, for-
est ranger, park ranger,
environmental consultant,
range manager, microbiolo-
gist and photographer.
Q: I don't have time to
take classes so what do I
do?
A: At NAS Jacksonville we
offer eight-week classes as
well as hybrid classes.
Hybrid classes are in eight-
week formats with half of
the class offered in an online
format. FCCJ offers CD
based courses, online cours-
es and weekend courses.
You tell us what you need
and we can help you find a
schedule that works for you.
Q: I don't have extra
money for classes or


books. Can I get help?
A: Anyone taking college
classes should apply for gov-
ernment grants. I'm sure
you have heard the state-
ment "there is free money
out there that no one
applies for". That is
absolutely true. Log on to
www.fafsa.ed.gov and put in
your application for a pell
grant.
This money does not have
to be paid back and you
don't have to accept it if you


decide not to attend FCCJ
but you may be pleasantly
surprised to see how much
help you can get to go to col-
lege. Of course, you have 12
credit hours per fiscal year
(Oct. 1 Oct. 1) and that
can get you started while
you wait on your answer
from FAFSA.
Let FCCJ get you started
on an exciting and reward-
ing career. Call Sheri
Osment at 771-3979 or
email Sosment@fccj.edu.


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Managing your family 's fever concerns

ByLt. Charlotte Lissl, RN, BSN, should also seek medical care for Taking your child's temperature eral days before you see improve- who have not urinated in more
(EN your 90 days to 36 months old orally (in the mouth) and rectally ment. than 12 hours.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Emergency child, with fevers of greater than (in the bottom) is the best way to There are other ways to help Fevers can be frustrating for
Department 102.2 degrees, particularly if the get an accurate reading. If your fevers. Give your child a bath both children and adults, but


old and flu season has
arrived once again, and so
has its faithful companion
the dreaded fever. It is important
to note that a fever is not an ill-
ness, but usually a sign of anoth-
er problem. There are many caus-
es, including a viral infection, like
a cold, or an infection caused by
bacteria. Immu-nizations and
teething may also cause fevers.
If your child has a fever, the
cause is likely not serious. Fevers
themselves do not cause harm,
but can be frightening when they
occur. Not all fevers need to be
treated. Fevers can actually be a
good thing. It is the body's natu-
ral way to fight off an infection.
There are some exceptions to
this. Children less than 90 days
with a fever of more than 100.4
degrees F should be evaluated by
a medical professional immedi-
ately. Call your baby's doctor or
go to the Emergency Department.
Children this age do not have
mature immune systems and can-
not fight infection well. You


fevers last longer than 48 hours.
Watch for changes in behavior
and activity. An illness is proba-
bly not serious if your child is still


alert, drinking fluids, has normal
skin color, looks well, and is smil-
ing and playful when the fevers
subside. Don't be concerned if
your child does .not want to eat, as
long as they are still'drinking
plenty of fluids. Sports drinks are
not designed for small children
and can cause diarrhea. Fruit
juices can also do this. A specially
made electrolyte solution like
Pedialyte is a better choice. Tap
water should not be given to
infants.
A high fever does not necessari-
ly mean your child is seriously ill.
A simple cold virus can some-
times cause a high fever (102-104
F), but may not indicate a serious
problem. A serious infection may
cause no fever at all, or ever low
temperatures, especially in young
children or the elderly.


child cannot hold the thermome-
ter in his mouth, this is not the
best option for you. Under-the-
arm and ear temperatures may


not be accurate, especially in
young children.
Tylenol (Acetaminophen) and
Motrin (Ibuprofen/Advil) are com-
monly used for fevers in both chil-
dren and adults. All medication
doses are based on weight. The
dose for Tylenol is 15 mg. per
kilogram every four hours; the
dose for Motrin is 10 mg. per kilo-
gram every six hours. For those
older than six months of age both
medications can be given togeth-
er. Additionally, some instructions
can be found on the medication
containers. Aspirin may also be
used for fevers, but should never
be given to children less than 12
years old. Aspirin has been linked
to Reye's Syndrome, a rare but
potentially fatal disease.
Medications do not cure fevers.
You may have to medicate for sev-


using lukewarm water. Cold
water can cause shivering, which
raises the body's temperature.
Dress your child in
lightweight clothing or a thin
blanket. Overdressing can keep
body heat from escaping and can
raise body temperatures. The
room temperature should be not
too hot or cool. Finally, wiping
your child down with rubbing
alcohol or using ice packs has not
been shown to be effective.
It is important to seek care
with your regular doctor for
fevers that last more than 7 days.
Remember that cold symptoms
can last for several weeks.
Associated symptoms like ear
pain, sore throat and congestion
or a simple rash are best dealt
with at your doctor's office not the
emergency department. Seeking
care at the emergency depart-
ment for children who are not
consolable, are excessively sleepy
or are breathing more than 60
times per minute is appropriate.
A physician should evaluate chil-
dren having seizures or children


dealt with appropriately can be
managed effectively. The Nurse
Call Center is open and available
for questions to those members
enrolled in TRICARE Prime and
TRICARE for Life, if you are
enrolled as a patient at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville or its
Branch Health Clinics: (904) 542-
4677. For those who are enrolled
in TRICARE Standard or TRI-
CARE Prime but seeing a civilian
provider, you must ask your
provider what service they use.
We at Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Emergency Department
hope this information helps you
manage your family's fever con-
cerns.

Sources for this article include
peer-reviewed pediatrics and emer-
gency medicine publications as well
as recommendations from Department
Heads of the Pediatric and Family
Medicine Clinics as well as the
Emergency Department at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville.


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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 Confer-ence Room at Naval Hospi-
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COMMUNITY AWARD: More than

350,000 volunteer hours go a long

way toward earning third award


Have you seen him?


From Page 1

to NAS Jax made an extraordinary effort
and logged 18,827 volunteer hours.o
Moreover, when all tenant commands are
included, the total number of volunteered
hours is over 350,000," she added.
According to Parker, a lot of hard work
goes into hosting events such as the Area
Five Special Olympics Games, participat-
ing in Adopt-a-School programs, HabiJax,
or the Monique Burr Foundation for
Children.
"The Navy Community Service Program
provides Navy personnel the opportunity
to show local communities in which we
live and work that we care and are willing
to get out there with our neighbors to
make our cities better places to live,"
Parker explained. "However, it requires a
lot of hard work and commitment from
our Sailors. Many work 10- or 12-hour
days, stand duty, attend college and most
of them have families. Yet, they care
enough for what is going outside the fence
and find the time to volunteer."
Here, in our area, the program that was
started back in 1992 has been a resound-
ing success. Every school and community
organization welcomes service members.
A Sailor's presence in the community rep-
resents cooperation and teamwork
between the base and .the City of
Jacksonville and surrounding counties.
"When our personnel participate in
community projects, they serve as ambas-
sadors of goodwill for the Navy and pro-
vide youth and the community with posi-
tive role models," said Parker.
"Community service gives our service
members and civilians the opportunity to
enhance their appreciation of the Navy's
Core Values of Honor, Courage and


Commitment and instills a deeper under-
standing of the freedoms that we enjoy as
American citizens."
The program is a collaborative under-
taking between the Navy and local com-
munities nationwide. Navy volunteers go
out into the community, help people, and
mentor school children.
Sailors in uniform serve as positive role
models for the nation's youth and others
who were looking for a new direction in
life. "The NCSP gives a lot to the commu-
nity, but it also provides a positive and
nurturing environment for our service
members to build and develop their inter-
personal and leadership skills. It gives
them a greater sense of self-confidence,"
Parker explained.
Over the years, the program has grown,
but the goal to continuously send Navy
volunteers, including experts in such
areas as nutrition and health, drug, alco-
hol and AIDS prevention and smoking
cessation to teach healthy behavior and
the avoidance of addictive and dangerous
substances to our youth has remained the
same.
"It's a great program. People get back
more than what they put into it. All one
has to do is look at the joy on a young
Sailor's face after his buddy has won a
medal during the Special Olympics game
or can solve a math problem after weeks
of tutoring," she added, proudly.
"Our Sailors and civilians are always
eager to go out into the community and
volunteer. We have many service-oriented,
civic-minded people on this base and.I am
glad NAS Jax won. They earned it," she
concluded.
For more information on how you can
make a difference in the community,'call
Diane Parker at 542-5380.


NEW CNO: Mullen chosen for top Navy position


From Page 1

lantic. While there, he
championed increased
interoperability between
U.S. and NATO naval
forces, and spearheaded
innovative approaches to
the way U.S. carrier strike
groups and expeditionary
strike groups prepare for
overseas deployment.
He has continued that
focus on readiness and
international cooperation
in his current assignment.
As commander of NATO's
Joint Force Command Na-
ples and Commander of
U.S. Naval Forces Europe
(CNE), he is leading efforts
to further strengthen and
expand multinational mar-
itime partnerships.
"We do very little any-
more as a solitary service
at sea," Mullen wrote in
his recently released CNE


Guidance for 2005. If the
war on terror has taught
us nothing else, it is that
the future of national and
international security lies
in mutual cooperation,
jointness and interoper-
ability. Nobody goes it
alone."
Mullen has also made it
a priority to accelerate the
transformation of naval
forces in Europe, calling it
"vital to keeping the ter-
rorists on the run."
"The only constant in the
Navy's future is change,"
he recently told Sailors at
Naval Air Station Sigo-
nella, Italy. 'Change is
hard. I know that. But we
are up against a new and
elusive enemy. The only
way we can win is to trans-
form, to change the way we
think about war, as well as
the way we fight it. Second


place is not an option."
Mullen's major shore
assignments include duty
on the staffs of the Secre-
tary of Defense and the
Chief of Naval Operations.
He has served as director
of Surface Warfare (1998-
2000); deputy chief of
Naval Operations for
Resources, Requirements
and Assessments from
2001 to 2003; and he was
the Navy's 32nd Vice Chief
of Naval Opera-tions from
2003 to 2004.
Mullen holds a Master of
Science degree in Opera-
tions Research from the
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Photo courtesy of NAS Jax Security Department
If you have seen this person, please contact Detective Theresa Beyrle at NAS Jax
Security Department at 542-2665 or 813-0402. It is believed he is driving a Chrysler
vehicle and he has a No. 2 on the sleeve of his jersey.



SAFETY AWARD: NavAir wins for second year


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reduction goal by reducing
mishap trends and costs,
demonstrating safety lead-
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and enthusiastic in market-
ing safety, and promoting a
superior level of safety cul-
ture within the command.
Depot Commanding
Officer Capt. David Beck, is
a staunch supporter of the
depot's safety program and
has stated that the safety
and health of everyone at
the depot, whether military
or civilian, is of utmost
importance. The varied
forms of support that
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sion.
This is the second year in
row the depot has won this
prestigious award. By win-
ning this award, the depot
is automatically eligible for
the Secretary of Navy
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form will be placed on the
door requesting the resi-
dent contact the NAS Jax
Fire Prevention Division at
542-2783 or 542-3928 to
reschedule a home fire
safety inspection and brief-
ing.
The intent of the home
fire safety inspection and
briefing is to ensure maxi-
mum safety of all residents
through normal good
housekeeping practices
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Fix those squeaky brakes, rotate your tires, and rebuild
your engine all with the assistance of a certified mechan-
ic. 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 Ave 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 Fitness Center, Base
Gym I.T.T. Office or at www.nasjax.navy.mil.

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

Swimming lessons available
Ages six 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.
NEX Food Court
Visit 50 vendors, get great discounts and door prizes.
Savannah's Hidden Gardens Overnight Getaway
April 23-24
Tour includes transportation, hotel, two meals, tour of
eight hidden gardens, guided boat tour and trolley tours.
Cost is $170
Sign up before March 25.


Travel fair Saturday


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Kirstine Schimpf, sales manager with the Sleuth's Mystery
Dinner Shows informs YN1 (AW) Timothy Smalley of NAS jax
Admin Department about dinner and mystery shows during a
past I.T.T. Travel Fair.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Orlando Magic Basketball Game
March 13
Cost is $5, transportation and ticket included.
The bus leaves at 3 p.m.
Last Buck BBQ
March 14, 5 p.m.

2005 Bass Tournament scheduled for April 16
Entry forms available at Mulberry Cove Marina
Mulberry Cove & Jax Yacht Club Seeking sailing


FFSC offers educational and support programs
he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and bers and their families, and civilian March 10 Car Buying Workshop
Family Support Center (FFSC) personnel aboard the base. March 14-17 Transition
Life Skills Education and Pre-registration is required. If spe-, Assistance Program (separating)
Support Program is the foremost pre- cial accommodations or handicapped March 28-31 Transition
ventive measure for the avoidance of access is required, please notify FFSC
personal and family problems. upon registration. Assistance Program (retiring)
All FFSC workshops and classes The following workshops are avail- For further information or to register,
are free and available to service mem- able in March: call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


Balloon award


Photo by Jennifer Eveges
CMDCM (SW/AW/FMF/NAC) Buck Hickman, senior enlisted advisor to Navy
Personnel Command in Millington, Tenn. accepts a Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Balloon Award from Capt. Chip Dobson, NAS Jax commanding officer Feb. 28.
Hickman was nominated by the Liberty Program for his efforts in securing funding for
equipment upgrades. The Liberty Recreation Center received a new 50-inch television
for the movie room, six 22-inch flat screen monitors for the game consoles, laptop
computers, printers new basketball goals and outdoor grills.



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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
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.


Direct TV is here.
Watch your favorite college or pro basketball games.
Wednesday night Karaoke
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Spring Camp registration is open.
Camp runs March 21-25, 6:15 a.m. 6 p.m.
Cost based upon sliding scale.
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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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Water

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Facilities Team Southe
partnered with the
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District (SJRWMD) for
funding on a major renova
at NS Mayport.
The two have joined to
this project to offset some
to the Navy. Not only did t
ship assist with the fund
come has proven to save ov
lion gallons per year of


saving project
llirn sewage, a 41 percent savings. As part b
llion of an incentive program to conserve m
y water from the area's aquifer, SJR- e
mnually WMD is providing cooperative fund- ii
ing assistance in the amount of v
m $21,205. fl
The renovations were done in con- l
junction with a $1 million project
east (FTSE) through a Utility Energy Savings n
a St. Johns Contract with People's Gas. FTSE t'
management Energy Manager and People's Gas v
cost share Utilities Manager identified several d
Ition project things that could be done to provide u
both water and sewer savings. They a
together for determined many plumbing n
of the cost changes/upgrades that could be made, g
he partner- no different from the typical home n
ng, the out- improvement projects one does to s
ver two mil- their own house, to enhance efficien- c
water and cy. Improvements were made to six r


a success
buildings. Upgrades were made to
modify bathroom urinals to run more
efficiently, water efficient toilets were
installed, water efficient aerators
vere added to sink faucets, and low
low showerheads were installed in
locker rooms.
Upon completion of the project,
monthly readings were collected for
wo years. In comparing the readings
ith data of the previous year it was
determined that the water efficiency
upgrades made to the six buildings
accomplished a savings of over two
million gallons of water, which will
generate a cost savings of approxi-
mately $22,000.each year. It goes to
how that low cost common upgrades
an save money and precious
sources at home and at work.


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Photo by Ensign Dave Colon
HS-11 Lt. John Van Jaarsveld administers the oath of
enlistment to IT2 Jennifer Owen during a reenlist-
ment ceremony held recently at the Jacksonville
River City Brewing Company. In attendance were
Owen's family members and friends, many HS-11
"Dragonslayers" and shipmates who have served
with her at other commands. Owens, who reenlisted
for five years, said: "I decided to stay in because of
the great experiences and opportunities that the
Navy offers. The reenlistment bonus was a big incen-
tive. Moreover, I'm thinking about applying to
become a Navy nurse."


Photo by PH2 Charles Hill
(From left) AW2 (AW/SW) Amanda Egloff, AW2 Darien Durk and safety observer AWCS Jim Zobrosky of HS-11,
train for a quarterly transition course for combat search and rescue firing the 9 mm and the M-16 rifle at Camp
Blanding Feb. 18.



Webster University offers classes on base


From the Navy College Office
Enroll today at Webster University and register for
spring classes running March 19 through May 22.
The following classes are available at NAS Jax:
CourSe Title Day
BUSN5620 Current Economic Analysis SAT #2
BUSN5760 Applied Business Statistics SAT #1
COMP220 Internet Mgmt. Applications SAT # 1
FINC5880 Advanced Corporate Finance SAT # 1
HLTH5040 Health Systems TH
Human Resources Dev.
HRDV500 Intro to Human Resources Dev. TH
HRDV5750 Research & Assessment W
Methods in HRDV
HRMG5000 Developing & Managing SAT #2
Human Resources
HRMG5700 Employment Law W
MNGT5590 Organization Behavior T
MNGT5570 Basic Finance for Managers T
MRKT5000 Marketing SAT #2


The following degrees are available
Masters of Business Administration
Master of Arts in Computer Resources
and Information Management
Masters of Arts in Health Services Management
Masters of Arts in Human Resource Development
Masters of Arts in Human Resources Management
Masters of Arts in Management and Leadership
Masters of Arts in Procurement and Acquisitions
Management
Webster University offers convenient evening and week-
end classes, five terms a year.
For more information, call Linda or Jennifer at 779-
7124 or visit www.webster.edu/jack.


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Tax preparation available on base


From Naval Legal Service
Office Southeast
Free Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance/Elec-
tronic' Tax Filing
(VITA/ELF) is available on
base in Building 583 week-
days through April 15. The
hours are Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and Tuesdays and
Thursday 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 State-
ment(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 num-
ber for Direct Deposit.
Bring other relevant infor-
mation such as the total
amount paid for daycare
and daycare provider's iden-
tifying number. If electroni-
cally filing a married filing
joint tax return, both spous-
es must be present unless a
power of attorney is granted
to the other spouse.


Appointments can be appointments are preferred,
made in person at Building however walk-ins will be
583 or by calling 542-8038; accepted.


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Regional park announces outdoor events


By Leslie Royce
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
The Westside Regional I
located across the NAS Jax I
Gate is pleased to announce t
March and April Naturesc
Programs. Also, we are looking
volunteers to participate
Project Feeder Watch, which
research and education proje
the Cornell Lab of Ornitho]
National Audubon Society, :
Studies Canada, and
Canadian Nature Federation
are putting up several diffe
types of, ird feeders that wi
visible from the large window
the west pide of the nature cen
So, what does a person do
participates in the Feeder Wa
You watch birds for as little
five minutes or as long as
want. You count how many i
of each species you see at
time. And you record that d
With assistance, even a si
child can'do that. And, of coi
we'll be there to offer assists
The data collected will be use
scientists to track and st





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.
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 Association of Avia-
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 Offi-


cers Association holds its
monthly meeting on the fourth


changing bird populations. We are
looking for volunteers to collect
data on Fridays and Saturdays.
You don't have to make a commit-
ment to come out regularly. Just
call us before you visit to make
sure that the nature center isn't
being used for a public program.
And need a couple of working
blenders and irons for our paper-
making children's workshop.
The following events and work-
shops will be held at the park in
March and April. For further
information or to register, call
573-2498.
Florida Trail association:
Leave No Trace
Today, 7-9 p.m.
This month's meeting features the
first in a two-part series of the "Leave
No Trace" program. The first four princi-
ples will be covered: Plan Ahead &
Prepare; Concentrate Use in Popular or
High-Use Areas; Spread Use and
Impact in Pristine Areas; and Avoid
Places where Impact is Just Beginning.
Please call 387-6998 for more informa-
tion about FTA or the meetings.
Hooray for Homeschoolers:
Plants and Their Uses By People


March 11, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
Since the beginning of time, people
have used plants for food, clothing,
shelter, tools, and many others purpos-
es. Learn about plant biology, and how
we have used different parts of plants
to make useful items. Registration
required.
Lucky Paper Making:
Green is Good!
March 17 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
Come and join us in learning how to
make paper that will bring out the
green in all of us. We will use many
kinds of green items to make our cre-
ations. Registration required.
Nature Discovery Walk
March 23, 3-4:30 p.m.
Join in a leisurely walk where we will
try to discover signs of spring. Ferns
should be showing new growth and we
should hear migrating songbirds and
other sounds of spring. This walk can
accommodate strollers. Registration
required.
Basketweavng
March 29, 10 a.m.-noon
Individuals aged 14 and up are invit-
ed to learn how to weave baskets using
material from nature. Participants need
to bring their own supplies. Registration


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Thursday each month at 5:30
p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @ sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road
Riders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first
Wednesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. 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 Military Officers As-
sociation holds their monthly
dinner meetings on the third
Wednesday of every month.
This month the meeting will be
March 16 at 6 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club. For informa-
tion or reservations, call Bill
Potter at 213-0701.
The Jacksonville Genealo-
gical Society meeting will be
held March 19 at 1:30 p.m. at
the Willow Branch Library, 2875
Park Avenue, Jacksonville. For
additional information, call Mary
Chauncey at-781-9300.
The Bel-Med Athletic As-


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2005 Memorial One Design Regatta Series
Sponsored by MWR Mulberry Cove Marina, NAS Jacksonville
Charile Strathman March 19, 2005
Wendal Davis April'9, 2005
Ted Tanier September 18, 2005
Tom Hansknecht, October 2, 2005
Officiating and Organizing Authority by Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club p .

Calling all Skipper "B" qualified NAS Jax sailors
Expand your horizons I Compete 1-on-1 or as a squadron I
Mulberry Cove Marina is the official sponsor of four sailboat races (regattas) on the St John's
River. Open to 8 different types of sailboats including the marina's own Lasers, Flying Juniors,
and Flying Scots. You may register at the marina, or download the entry form from
www.sailiax.com and bring it with your payment to Mulberry Cove Marina, Bldg 1072 on Ranger
Road. Contact the marina to reserve a rental sailboat at 542.3260.
Each regatta will be between the Buckman Bridge and the Fuller Warren Bridge. Prizes are
awarded to the winner of each one-design class, and a Grand Champion Series winner at the
conclusion of the October 2 race. Regattas include free food and beverages at the awards
ceremony. Entry fee is $10 per boat.
Regatta schedule:


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Sailors Meeting.
Warning Signal for First Class of Sailboat.
Awards Presentation, Food & Beverages.


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April 2, 10 a.m.-noon
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April 5, 10-11:30
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(children 7 years and under) and their
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Registration required.
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April 21, 10-11:30 a.m.
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April 23, 10 a.m.-noon
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14 JaxAil NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005


2005 Captain's Cup


race is underway
By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
The Captain's Cup is awarded annually in January to
the command that has demonstrated the highest level
of participation and achievement in the NAS
Jacksonville Captain's Cup Athletics Program. The
Captain's Cup program is for active duty military individu-
als and teams representing activities attached to NAS Jax.
The program has an entry point divisor assigned to each
activity/unit based on manpower authorized allowances to
level the playing field for smaller commands.
There are two types of events: team and individual sports.
Commands may enter as many teams or individuals in the
events. Commands receive 30 entry points for each team
completing the respective sport season.
Command entry points are then divided by the command
divisor to get the total entry points for the respective sport.
Commands lose 10 captain cup points for every no show for-
feiture. Additional points for team sports are awarded for
league champion 25 points; league runner-up 15; playoff
champion 35; playoff runner-up 25; and playoff third
place 15.
Commands receive five entry points for each command
participant entered in an individual event. Commands can
earn up to a maximum of 30 points for an individual sport
and then the entry points are divided by the command divi-
sor to get total entry points for the respective individual
sport. Additional points for individual sports are awarded
for first place 20; second place 15; and third place 10.
The Captain's Cup events run through the calendar year
and the Captain's Cup trophy is awarded to the command
with the most points accumulated when all the events have
been completed. Previous Captain's Cup winners are: VP-45
in 1998, VP-30 from 1999-2003 and AIMD in 2004. The
2005 Captain's Cup season is underway and VS-32 current-
ly has a 22-17 lead over VP-30.
For more information, stop by the NAS Jax Gym or email
bill.bonser@navy.mil. ,


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, depend-
ents 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.


Tennis tournament
slated
A Captain's Cup singles ten-
nis 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 will earn Captain's Cup
points for their respective com-
mand. Call the NAS Jax Gym to


4-on-4 Flag Football Final Standings


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


Wins
8
8
7
6


Losses
2
2
3
3
4


Intramural Basketball Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
NCTS 5 1
NavHosp Blue 5 2
VP-45 5 2
Air Ops 4 3
VS-24 4 4


sign up by March 25.
Skeet meeting
coming up
A Captain's Cup skeet meet-
ing 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. Captain's Cup points will
be awarded for a command ath-
letic officer or designated repre-
sentative attending the meeting.
The rules will be discussed and
the entry forms will be distrib-


VP-30 O's
AIMD South
HS-15
HS-11
NavHosp White
VS-30
VP-16
AIMD 65D
VS-31


Greybeard Basketball
Team Wins
CNATTU 4
CPRW-11 4
NCTS 3
VP-30 3
AIMD 2
VP-16 2
TPU 0
VP-62 0
VP-45 0


uted to join the league.

Officials and
scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military
Officials Association is looking
for individuals to officiate soc-
cer, softball, football, and volley-
ball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach
at 771-1333.


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use420 H es 420 Houses d 30 Roommates 550 O Business
420 Unfurnished Unfurnished Opportunities
BEACH Sawgrass,
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2. new. gated comm. beautiful,
EAGLE HARBOR w/d & refrig, avail, secure area, golf.hot A Proven Money
1705 Eagle Watch Dr $1275-$1350 264.1425 tub. $600 mo ncd utlils. Maker!!!
5 BDR, 4 A, 2804 Sq Ft OP/Oakleaf PlanL New NS, 273 9735/707 9921 6-figure Potential
$1900 rOth, No Pets. 3/2.5 Twnh w/gar. Amen. FERNANDINA BCH From Home. Phone
(904)262-0903 1650sf. $500 off 1st mo. Roommate wanted skills a must Info
$1200m. 215-99.088*3 i for 3/2. $350mo (888)437-2190.
Eagle Harbor OP- 3/2, lac. lot, no pets, utl. Icl. Security wWWNo~alesAtHome.cor
4/3, $1,600mo release to fpnewcrpt,900m+ Deposit notable.
own. 904-614-1479 $900dp. 904-276-2129 904-277-8026 iv msg. DEE'S PET GROOMING
Eastside 332 E. 8th St. ORANMGE PARMS SIDE KIGSLAND to share 6180-3 Ft. Caroline Rd.,
2/1 AC. w tow c t. w/d NortoMn Prop 3/2 house $400m. utilS $25k. Incd. all eqpt.
HU, $650mo. 77w-4502 904-86/-2754 ncl. Close to Base $40k+ Annual Gross
510-0559 ask for 904-743-7025 up till 9pm
Fernandlna Beach 3/1 OUTSTANDING LOC. Wade. Working Partner for
$1200mo + utils. Call 2/2 TH Located at growing Pizza / Rest.
Mary Ann 919-779-2101 iI Villaglo, 287-4375 MANDARIN -1 Pizza / Rest.
MaAno 9 d. II laHo,28 5 Oa i$500 incids everything NearUNF $20K. 7144278
station Bran new 2/2.5 home. New contempt. 605 Schools
1,268 sf Resort lifes- kit, baths & lighted ROOMMATE 605 Schools
tyle, Pius A rated. bckyrd decking .1 WANTED furn __605 _
public schools, available $1350m+dp. 904-285-2476 4 Beach 3br/2ba
lb schoosvaiable 117 350m uti REAL ESTATE
3/1/2005 $1,150 rent $1.150 RENTTOOWN inci. sc$350moudetilitie
dep 904 264-5020 $975/mo. New remodel ne 904-287826 R AL ESTATE
FT. GEORGE RIherfront 4/2 Central A/C Lg Yd, neg. 904- Week Day Class Mar 21
3/2HomeI 7546Become a homeowner. 8 Week Eve Class Mar 16
S Sotheal 4 141 3436 Soutel Dr. 43 Rooms For more information
All South Realty 241.4141 877-477-1043 435 o Rent visit our website
ICW/PABLO BAY 4/3, SAN MARCO 4/2, A++hm www.4) 2ei.com
bonus rm, club hseo hw firs, priv bckyrd w/ ARLINGTON-$125 wk & up 029-25S5
$1950m. 904349 c55 deck. $1400. 993-9003 inci all utils, cbl 662-2898
ICW-$1395mo2ksf 3/2wb SAN MARCO Lrg, 3/1, 721-9090 838-4769 700 Domestic
LK&CDS elm md 674-0549 pets ok YD ch/a, wd firs, dw ,lrg ARULINGTON -LUXURYROOMS
C elm md 4-04 tsok lawnserv. incl w/Micro, Refrig CLEANING PERSON-
SIC4/2Bentwater 90+ dep Avail lowdally/wklyrates Bweekly, hours
SPlace, Brand new 02/01/O05 904 403-1128 10% off for wkly room 641-1131
1600sf, good SO PVB 2/2 beach KINGS INN 725-3343
schools close to cottage, priv beach HOUSEKEEPER/CAREGIVER
Mayport Station. access. comm pool, Baymeadows area.
PCs. a sI90O-53m3300 NORTHSIDE/EASTSIDE Hoem aDdepw e,
PCS. nail 904.535.3307 tenn. $1400mo. 904- NORTNSIDE/EASTSIDE Honest, Dependable,
$1350/mo. 825-1284 $100 & up. ch&a. util's Good Ref's. 642-9003
JCP 3/2 like new 2 car SOUTHSIDE 3/1 sec sys, Inc.904962-1247
,a r 8 ft ce I ch&a, W/D, rein, stove, i ORANGEPARK
1195 +$1195. 374-5734 $800mo. 904.26 2533 n LIVE IN -house helper
2l Room in private needed for profes-
I Southside House 3/2 fu.?home. Nolease. sional working family,
JULINGTON CREEK cellent Condition furnished includes rm board & salary
PLANTATION Brand 1l/cargarceling fans $435m. Call 704-4319 included. Call Donna
Snew 4br, 2250sf, on /watergsoftcentA/C 6 2 6 4 5 9 2 or
Spond, culdesac, $1595 dep $950/$975 mo. No WESTSIDE -$65/wk. incld 230-0783
Same ncl 904-333-7231 Pets/Smokers 803-6717 u t Il s. on bus line,
S223-0048 778-4795 7 Customer
S KENSINGTON SSIDE 3/1, h/a, Irg fncd 702 Service
S 3br/2ba 1525 st, 2 yd, 1819 Debutante Dr. BeachI
x -c. Far, new cpt/tile, $875m+$800dp.54S"0445 440 Vacation/
41for PCS, no nets. S 440 Vacation/
$1 200 /mo. any S'SIDE Exec. home 4/2 w/ Resorts WORLDWIDE
amenities, close to NS swimming pool In gated RESERVATION
Mayport. Call Matt comm.AvI. mmed.Pets Oceanfront-Homes& has agent positions
904-386-8693 & short term considered condo's. From $500/wk available. nbound
AD. 3/2, 1500sf, $2150m9045456720 All SouthRealty241-4141 calls comuterex
Hot tub. Avail. April 1st ST. NICHOLAS 3/1, www.allsouthreaity.com red. 2nd shlf
$1100m+$110odp. Remodeled, ch/a n, Honeymoon and Resort weeends.
3347 W. Marydraper Crt. $775m. 904737.4082 Wone dding Travel Resort l7s-7054
04-545-0519/225-5878 Franchise in Galnesville/ prior to applying.
MAND. 4/2, fncd yd, 2car Westside, 3/2. 1 year Jacksonville/Daytona NexcoBldg 554, NAS JAX EEOnnel
Far, FL Rmpets ok. new home & appi's Beach. Contact Clay Bldg 554. AS JAX EEO
$1700m. 904-268-2747 fpl, eat-n-kitchen for more information.
breakfast bar, wall 2 303-668-6630
MANDARIN TH 2/2.5 on wall crpt, 2 car gar., OCEAN FRONT CONDO 706 Accounting/
pond, ch/a, Eat n. kit, covered patio. SAuus 695wk. Bookkeeping
825mo.r,3,..-7 cathedral ceilings. 352-37.6-9644 www.
$995m. Ready 4/1/05 oldcity.com/oceanfront
MAND Gated Comm. 4495 LovelandPass oldcity.com/oceanfront ACCOUNTANT.
Cormorant Landing 4/2. Dr. West off Old Ehtry-level for local
lake view, split fir plan, Middleburg Rd Office Space heavy civil construc-
rg MB & bath, $1800m. Eric (904)514-9911. 515 or e nte heaon o. BS/BAin Ac or
Cul- de-sac. 904-238 7363 Ask about move In Foior It Fln(w/ cg exp) req d.
MIDDLEBURG special, Construction exp. pref'd.
SAN JOSE 3Rms, Heat & Duties includeeAPpAR,
f re. 4/ n k / Air, Janitorial ncl. Avi GL, JC. Must be able to
fencdares SIDLaunOaks412 4/1.$525m. 737-4129 multi-task & have
stall barn. $1400m. 1988sf. 1st full month strong organizational
301-737-6095 free$1040m. Beautiful EXEC OFFICE 1600sf, Sub- skills Sendiresume &
904-993-8162 new home. 904-730-8060 lease avail immed. view/ salary req. to
N.E. AX -Brand new 3786 Lauren Oak Ln. E. balcony, S'side Near St. anitraa@lbcoxwell.com
homes. RentJax.com W'SIDE 3/2, 2car gar, Johns Bluff. Call 9926696 EOE/DFWP
Call 904-465-7834 fncd backed, Country W'SIDE OFC SUITES from
Creek Subtd. Credit 450-1350sf,$12psffull Established business has
Neptune By The Sea check req'd w/dep svc. Util. Jan.incl.
4/2 All Appc. 2200f $900m. 904-693-028. Scottor Tom 380-3666 career opportunity for an
Close to the scott or Tom 384-3666 accountant with 2 + yrs
beach/base $1500mth recent experience. Com-
246-3564 or 463-2399 Manufactured 550 Business petitive salary and benefits.
NthdeB3/2 c Homes 550 Opportunities Must know Quickbooks and
porch, patBIG 3/2 io. "RT0.~_ Opportunities handle multl-state corpo-
o7/MO. 904.568.0696 3/2 HOME -For andsa. P reaui re tsmto
T rent, great com-a eM06 st
N'SIDE 3/1. freshly 60 I unityy pool ABC LAUNDRY
painted In/out, stove. k clubhouse mo -992-1100
fridgeas hkup for plus deposit. 307-0502 904-9927 river-1100
dryer. m+0Odg. leave message please. 707 river
No calls after 8pm. &7 STORAGE 12x60 Liquor License, 4COP;Duval
NaldlsafVew 4/ "c mobile home $255 County,00 Drivers CLASS B
Nside Amelia View4/2c rmo. weekly avail- Call (904) 631-6917 Driver CLASS B
ar, boat dock $1400mo. able unfum inside Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
904301.4383, 561.866.5286 no lease phone NEW CONV STORE 2 yrs food deliver exp.
535-8690 additional FOR SALE -$139K + Inv. helpful. $9/hr. Please
N'SIDE LEASE OPTION/ info ref'sneeded. obo. Call 710-3184 have MVR when aoulying.
PURCHACE. Nice 3,2 5 on
shallow canal of Trout_________________
River S5000down.
$1200m. 904.219.366b
N'SIDE -NICE 3/I. W. 17th
St IS0Odwrn. S675m.
Call 219 3661
N t.de ,eNor, Creek 4 2
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Pr, eLc, oreenedh HANDSI-O L D A AND B TRAININGAND T11ES11TING
C 311 904509 879S ilexinle FOR LOCAL REGIONAL, & 01 POSIHONS
vp.-na 3av1DIe June
OAKLEAF new 3/2, $1250 SEMI AND TRACTOR TRAILER STRAIGHT TRUCK BUS
mo 1324sf.w/d.rridge.
ame. n o d'ep378 3036 WEEKEND OR WEEKDAY CLASSES AVAILABLE

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707 Driver
A $1000 BONUS FOR
EXP'D PETRO DRIVERS
Florida Rock & Tank
Lines, Inc.
Minimum requirements:
* 2 yrs tractor trailer exp.
Syear exp. with certif.
SClean MVR
SNo DUI's
Class A CDL w/hazmat
& tanker endorsement.
S25yrs of age & over.
Benefits:
Min. pay guarantee.
401K/Profit sharing.
Paid vacation.
SPaid sick leave.
SMedical/Dental /Vision
- Company paid Life Ins.
SSafety bonuses etc. for
you & your spouse.
Short & long term dis-
ability insurance
Call (904) 356-2456 or
Apply In person at
5714 Buffalo Ave.

AUTO PARTS
DELIVERY DRIVER w/
warehouse duties.
Entry level, $7.50hr.
Apply In person at The
Parts House 10321 For-
tune Parkway, Bldg 400
Drug Free workplace.
DRIVER- FT class D
license. Benefits
/Female applicants
welcome Apply in per-
son 4102-7 BulIs Bay
Hwy W'side Industrial
Park EOE-/DFWP
DRIVERS WANTED
Boasso America is
updating its fleet to '06
Macks and needs
company drivers. Must
have Class (A) CDL with
(X) endorsement, min. 1
yr. driving exp.
Regional operations
means you are home
most nights. Pay load-
ing and unloading.
Company benefits
include health ins 401k
plan paid vacation,
paid holidays. Quali-
fied applicants apply at
1827 E. 30th Street,
Jacksonville, FL 32206,
David 904-475-0336


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Pay by the load +
bonus plan. Excellent
benefits. Apply 900 N.
University Blvd.
Unit 504. EOE
OWNER/OPERATORS
NEEDED for FT/PT
Delivery work. $20.00--
per hour. Req: Class C
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or newer SUV. Van or
PU/topper. exp. DOT
physical and drug
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813-935-9829
REDI -MIX DRIVERS
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exp. req'd. Will train for
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Bonus. Call 904-449-6968
SCHOOL BUS DRIVER -
Needed. Certified, fax
res to 904-695-9992
TRUCK DRIVER- class A
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t ravel 615-394-5239

No Experience Necessary
Company provided CDL
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week, Great benefits
Call AMG 86&374-0764
VAN DRIVER- needed 1/2
driving 1/2 other duties
Drug Free EEOC. Prefer
clear driving record.
Start@$8:50hr apply
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endorsement reqd. Exc clean Drlv lic 727-7003
pay & benefits. Gd
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Please contact Jeremy
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Lenox Ave EOE DFWP
AC TECH/INSTALLER
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constr. exp. nec. Apply
Bill Williams AC, 3562
Lenox Ave EOE DFWP


Marona a Homes is
looking for a n aeperi.
enceo s e r vic e
mechanic for residen.
tial work Must have
hand tools and provide
own vehicle. Primarily
start-ups and instal-
lation quality control in
the the Palm Coast
area. Long term posi-
tion with excellent
benefits DFWP/EOE Call
Rick @ 904-646-5793
x 11 8 or Fax
904-646-4455





BRICK MASONS NEEDED
FT work. Exp'd only.
Call 591.-9769
CARPENTER Remodeling
& repair work 40
hrs/wk, $15/hr truck
provided. Co estb 26
years 241-3800
CARPENTERS, PAINTERS
& TRAINEES.
Performance Painting
Contractors, Inc. Top
pay, year round work,
paid training; bnfts,
vacations. Call 641-4800


710 Industrial/
Trades

DANIS CONSTRUCTION,
a local general contrac-
tor, seeking exp'd
Form Carpenters, Finish
Carpenters, Carpenters'
Helpers and Laborers.
Contact
Pam Sullivan at 724-6045
x12. EOE M/F/D/V.
CARPENTERS/FRAMERS
Exp'd. W'side Top $$;
benefits 282-9313
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
framing exp. W'side, &
OP areas, transp. nee.,
steady work. Subcon-
tractors Welcome
759-9329 or 781-9433
CARPENTERS A HELPERS
Lead carpe.ter/Framera
for Custom Homeis.
Easy Io$ng Co. o L.
Trans. oolsrreq Paid
vac & Holidays. 707 4648
CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form. Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits,
paid holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800-693-7838
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS
Pay to $20/hr. tools &
trans required 219-7637
CARPENTERS WANTED
Framing exp. a must
90 334-3267
CONCRETE DEMOLITION.
CUTlTER / TRAINEE
Start $12/hr. Merit Shop,
w/bnfts. DL a must.
EOE. Call 904-262-9985
CONCRETE FORM
CARPENTERS, CARPEN-
TER HELPERS, AND
LABORERS wanted, for
high-rise concrete
construction in
Jacksonville area.
Call 904-237-1266
CUSTOM PAINT & BODY
SHOP- Full time gd
benefits 786-5503


710 Industrial/
7 10 Trades

Concrete Working Fore-
man for High-rise
construction in Jack-
sonville area. Experi-
enced ONLY. Call
904-237-1266
DRYWALL HANGERS,
FRAMERS & FINISHERS
for General Contractor.
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
477-9437 Fax: 268-8995
ELECTRICAL ASSISTANT
NEEDED ASAP.
Fax resume 904-771-3599
FORKLIFT DRIVER
lumber experience
prefd. Apply in person
Carolina Lumber
575 Phelps St.
FORM CARPENTERS,
LABORERS &
CONCRETE FINISHERS
Needed immediately
Residential work.
58, 6470 or 757-8949
Granite Fabricators &
Installers, must be
Exp'd call 904.396.4858
HVAC CONTROLS
TECH/INSTALLER
Good MVR, Comm'l
constr. exp. nec. Apply
Bill Williams AC, 3562
Lenox Ave EOE DFWP
LEARN PLUMBING WHILE
YOU EARNI $30K/year
after training.
Apply 9020 Cocoa Ave.
MACHINIST-Engine lathe
operators. Hiring for
first and second shifts.
Must have experience.
401K & Health insur-
ance. 904,356-6840
MAINTENANCE TECH FT
for condos $9.50-$10.50
hr to start. Excel bnfts.
Fax resume to 992.4645
MASONS & LABORERS
With exp. Exc bnft pkg.
Drug Free. Call Robert
at (904) 376.-5070


The City of Jacksonville

One Organization..So Many

Opportunities

www.coj.net

AIR CONDITIONING &
HEATING TECHNICIAN

The Public Works Department is looking for
qualified skilled craft workers to install,
operate, maintain, overhaul, and repair air
conditioning, refrigeration, and heating
systems. Qualified applicants will possess a
four year combination of education, training
and experience involving the operation and
maintenance of air conditioning and heating
systems. Must have a valid Journeyman
Class "A" HAR Mechanic certificate issued
by the City of Jacksonville, and a Florida
Driver's License. Qualified applicants must
pass a competency examination on liquid
petroleum gas equipment conducted by the
State Division of Liquid Petroleum Gas
Division during the probationary period.

ON-LINE APPLICATIONS REQUIRED.
Apply at www.coj.net and fax copy of Journeyman Class
"A" HAR Mechanic license to (904) 630-8240. by
March 11, 2005. 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.


WHERE ARE THE CAREER


r OppoRmIES?


0400








JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005


7 in Industrial/
S710 Trades

NOW HIRING
General Labor,
Drivers &
Refrigeration Mechanics
Good Pay, Good Benefits
Leave message only
604-757-0960 Ext 142
EOE
PAINTER
Exp'd Auto Body Tech &
Painter needed. Exc.
pay & benefits. Call
ke at 904-693-9200
PAINTERS exp'd. Orange
Pk & Julington Creek;
transp nec. 759-9892
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
Good pay, CD Hingson
Plumbing 213-4010
PLUMBERS
WITH EXPERIENCE
for new construction
only. Benefits. Nelson
Plumbing. 904-262-4884
Regency area apartment
community needs
Maintenance Tech. Fax
resume to 723-6194
SHEET METAL HELPERS
Good pay. great benefits.
Exp not req'd. Apply at
1716 Harper St. in Jax.
No calls please.
SHOP MAINTENANCE
for Sheet metal shop.
Good pay, great ben-
efits. Good Dr. Lic req.
Apply at 1716 Harper St.
in Jax. No calls please.
STATE CERT. LAWN AND
ORN. SPRAY TECH.
w/state lic. Also, spray
tech w/exp. 904-722-0223
SUB NEEDED to install
hurricane clips & rods.
Call 904-237- 0614




SUPERINTENDENT
for interior Contractor
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
477-9437 Fax: 268-8995
TELEPHONE CONST
trainee- must be 21 yrs
gd drying rec 759-5151
TERMITE SERVICE REP-
Exp 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. mllnwork
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

711 Marine
711 Trade

Marine Trades
Marine Mechanics
Exp. Req. Exc. benefits
St Augustine Marine
404 S. Riberia St.
(904)824-4394

712 Mechanic


715 Management/
715 AProfessional


Columbia College at
the NAS Jacksonville
campus is accepting
resumes for Adjunct
Faculty members
with Graduate
degrees in the fol-
lowing disciplines (to
include sufficient
course work directly
related to the sub-
ject) in: Psychology,
criminal Justice,
Research and Design,
Statistics for Behav-
ioral Science, Eco-
nomics, Cross-Cul-
tural Management,
Political Science
Humanities, Social
Science (varying
fields). Ethics. English
composition Quali-
fied applicants may
FAX resume and
unofficial copies of
Graduate degree
transcripts to Direc-
tor, Columbia College
at (904) 771-3449 to
schedule initial phone
interview

DIRECTOR OF
RESIDENTIAL
SERVICES
Will be overseeing group
home & independent liv-
ing programs. Must have
exp. working w/ high risk
teenagers & young
adults. MA degree in
human services,+ 3-5 yrs
exp. Must have supervi-
sory exp. in related area.
Send Replies to: BM
4881915 C/O The Florida
Times -Union One River-
side Ave, JacLsonville, FL
32202


TNT Logistics North
America, part of TPG
N.V., a global provider
of mail, express and
logistics services, is
seeking an accounting
professional.
Freight Bill Audit &
Payment Group
Supervisor
Position responsibili-
ties include: provide
leadership to a staff of
freight bill auditors
whose primary function
is to receive freight bills
from carriers, audit for
accuracy and process
for payment, generate
monthly tracking and
performance reports
and work with internal
and external parties to
improve the efficiency
of the processing
function. Qualified
candidates will have
freight bill audit or
related experience or a
Bachelor's degree in
Accounting. This posi-
tion requires strong
analytical, communi-
cation and PC skills.
Rate Analysts
Position responsibilities
include: verify informa-
tion on Invoices, vali-
dates rates and resolves
invoice issues. High
School Diploma, MS
Office, Transportation
Freight experience a plus.
Apply Online at
Jobs.tniogisticscom/
candidates


71 Management/
Professional


ORANGE PARK
ARGYLE
WATSON
REALTY CORP
Join the #1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax. We will teach
you the Secrets of
Success. License class
begins soon. 421-7610
REGIONAL OPERATION
MGR-EstbCo of 25
yrs. Salary + comm @
$40-$80K/yr. Must have
exp In managing field
services & personnel.
sub Contractors,
remote locations.
inventory operations &
service contracts. Call
David or Jeff
904-879-4231



Great opportunity for a
detail oriented, orga-
nized person who enjoys
a fast- paced environ-
ment. Responsibilities to
Include management of
Human Resource Infor-
mation System,
employee benefit recon-
ciliation, and customer
service. strong PC skills
euired, experience with
A aplus.
For more Info,
please call 743-1883.
Appily Inrso"n
.( or eaul resume to
RBM, Human Resources,
700 floor)
Fax resume to 743-5109.
E0E/AOli~g Free Workplace.


Pearson Educational Measurement, a division of Pear-
son Education, is a leader in providing high quality
testing solutions for a broad range of users, and ir
large-scale project and logistics management for U.S.
test publishers and state departments of education.
qualified candidates must have a minimum of a
our-year degree and be able to follow a scoring guide.
-Immediate openings
*Temporary positions
*Hours:
Days: 8:00a -4:30p M-F
Evenings: 6:00p -10:00p M-F
*Pay: $11.00/hr + 10% differential (evening shift)
*Must provide proof of degree (diploma/transcript) at
interview
*Please bring two forms of ID

WALK IN INTERVIEWS
Monday-Saturday
9:00 am-2:00 pm
or
to schedule.an interview go to:
www.careermappina.com/pemiobs
or call 1-877-PEM-JOBS






6225 Lake Gray Blvd Suite 2
Jacksonville, FL 32244
www.pearsonedmeasurement.com/psc
Pearson is committed to hiring a diverse workforce
EOE-m/f/v/d


APPRENTICE TRAILER
REPAIR MECHANIC-
willing to train right
indv basic mechanical
appitude some welding
required. 904-632-0072 |.,


I :1 ,: N*14 1l1 i 1 4-
With Tools & Transp.
Multiple locations.
Competitive pay.
Call Jay at Value Brakes
S04.651-0915

FORKLIFT
TECHNICIAN
Exp'd with LP Gas &
Diesel style lifts. Must
have some tools &
good driving record.
ull time position.
Fax resume to
904-38-.6868 or email
ed@baxleyforklift.com or
call Ed 904-387-2000


Will train right person.
Excellent wages & Co.
benefits. Apply at:
Southland Waste
Systems,
218 Morgan Ave. or
call 384-2567. EOE, DFWP
SEMI-TRL/CONT/
CHASSIS MECHANIC
Jax area. Shop/Mobile
Days/Nights. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. Call 904-695- 7045.
SMALL ENGINE MECH.
Exp only. Modern shop
w/AC. Sal+bonus. Bch
Blvd. Call 904.641-2922

713 Legals

For Downtown Family
Law Firm. Exp. req'd.
Fax resume 904-353-6003
LEGAL SECTY- for
dwntwn Transactional
law firm. FT, free park-
ing. Exc Word skills &
mn 5 yrs experience .
Fax res 904-633-9026

714 Insurance
AUTO INS. CSR 440 OR
220 Good pay & bnfts
Fax resume to 285-6574
CSR- 2 POSITIONS avail
220 or 440. Fax resume
to 904-764-7164

715 Management/
715 Professional

Business
Development
Specialist
University 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,
813.342.56-41 or
diane.berrylphoenix.e
du

.jIN


m


715 Management/
7 *3 Professional

GRANT WRITER
Must have excellent
writing/communication
skills. Will research &
maintain resources to
write grants for local
non- profit agency. Resp.
for the development &
maintenance of grant
database. BA degree
required + 3- 5 yrs of
proven experience in
grant writing, daniel, 4203
Southpolnt Bivd, Jax. FL
32216. Fax 296- 1953. email
hr@danlelkids.org. EOE


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 person
(9a.- 4p1m, M-F only)
or mall resume to RBiS,
Human Resources,
900 uvety Blvd. North
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
JacksonileFL 3221L
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EOE/A Orug Free Workplace
EXP'D MA- needed, FT
for busy Northside FP
office. Excellent work
ethics and multi-task-
ing req'd. Fax resume
to 757-0107
FRONT DESK for busy IM
practice. 3 yrs min expfo
In CPT/ICD9 coding for
checking pts. In/out.
Medical Manager a
plus. Send resume to
P.O. Box 1366, Orange
Pk, FL 32067-1366
LMT PT, Mon. Wed & Fri
9a.6p, some to 6:30 .
Call Lisa at 904-276-2273
MOTORIZED LIFT
CHAIR Works
good. Asking $200
S OBo. Contact
Campbells at 786-4406.
RECEPTIONIST P/T S'slde
Pediatric ofc, exp in Ins,
CPT, ICD9 & Data Entry
Fax resume 733-7668

: ,RBHShas thetfllowing
opportunities available I
Simmediatelyto people I
Swho want to make a dif7
ference in the lives of
others:
Charge RNs Great
DIfferential
FT Evenings, Nights,
:; No Weekends
required.
Mental Health
Techs
Fr, PT Weekends, PRN,
Sdirectcare
Driver
To transport mental
health clients in 25
I passenger bus to and
from Day Program.
Valid FL CDLrequired.
Westslde area.
z..,For more info,"
please call 743.1883.
FT positions offer benefits.
PRN, RNs and LPNs, MHTs
i\ alwayswelcome.
(9a.Mi.-4p.m,M-Fonly)
or mallresume to
RlBS, Human Resources,
900 University Bivd. North,
Sutet00(thflow),
nacvUIiFl=e, 1L32211.
EOE/A DRUG FREE
:, .WORKPLACE


720 Medical
OUT PATIENT OT/COTA
FT or PRN positions avail.
Heartland Rehab is now
hiring for a Orthopedic
& Industrial Therapy
Setting. Some travel
with excellent pay &
benefits. Call for details
904-264-2156 x249 or
Fax resume 904-264- 8350


Pharmacy
Tech
work at Naval Hospi-
tal, JAX. Grad of phar
tech program or 3 yrs
exp, Exc salary/ben,
Fax 210/738-9096 or
email
LclprlanoOppdg.com

REHAB REFERRAL
COORDINATOR/OFFICE
ASSISTANT
Proficient in Microsoft
Office, Exc communi-
cations skills a must.
Fast aced, self starter,
multi taker, fax resume
904-541-0616
RN's NEEDED All Areas, 1
r of experience req'd,
35/hr CALL 241-1656
Between 9am-5pm

RN'S
FT RNs for Acute Care
Clinic (1 yr exp) for
Naval Hospital;
Any state lic;
Fax resume to
210/738-9096 or e-mail
Lcipriano@ppdg.com
EOE

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

723 Dental
DENTAL ASSISTANT- Min
3 years chairside exp
req. FT fax resume to:
721-6151 /call 724-6321

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

Office/
725 Clerical

CLERICAL/
CUSTOMER SERVICE-
FT will train Mon-Fri
$9.00/hr. Paid Holidays
Fax to 904-731-1195
CLERK EARN $17-$28/hr,
Filing Mortgage Ins.
Refunds. 904-346-1147

GEN OFFICE- fast paced,
FT 7:30-4:30 1 ml N of
Avenues Mall Salary
based on exp. Fax
resumes to 288-8488
Call 288-9991
OFFICE MGR/BKKEEPER
Auto dealership exp
re'd .-S t wrong com-
oputer skills, organized,
dependable. Arlington
area. email resume to:
arlauto88bellsouth.net
or fax 724-8762

---O Professional
730 Personal
Services
BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'ies. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
Clientel provided.
SUPERCUTS S'slde. new
locations. Angle
723 .3713; Tammy
620-0472; Ponte Vedra
Susie 273-2888


River Garden Hebrew Home
Always Recruiting for the Best!

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


732 Data
732 Processing


1-2yrs+ exp. in graphic art
prod. for print media. Pro-
ficient in Quark Express,
Adobe, Corel & Macrome-
dia apps. MAC/PC. Email:
iobs@inspectiondepot.com,
ax: 268-2902

735 Restaurants/
Hotels

Bartender &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033




Jacksonville's Biggest
Gentleman's Club
Day/Night Available
GOLD CLUB
645-5500
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec.
Willtrain-AM/PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
Experienced
Bartenders and Waitstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645-5500


GATORS DOCKSIDE
Is now hiring experi-
enced Cooks, Servers,
Bartenders & Hostess.
dishwashers.
Apply in person
103rd St. & Baymeadows
Hiring Dancers,
Security and
Part-Time Management
396,6739
RED LOBSTER
at Regency
HOSTS, SERVERS, COOKS
Flex hrs, day or night.
FT/PT. Great pay &
bnfts. Apply M-F,
2pm4 pm
416 Commerce Center Dr.
THE PIG BBQ
is looking for Restaurant
Mgrs & Asst mgrs. Exc
pay/ benefits. Exp req.
904-783-0025
Waitresses, Bartenders,
& Doorman
No exp nec.
Will train. AM /PM.
Wackos 399-1110

737 Real Estate
SBent Creek Home 4/2
2420 sf$ 223,900 904
317-0662 or www. by
owner corn 62149
4 Br 2 B Screened/
SCarpeted porch
$ 108,000 2 car garage,
out door storage BIdg,
1305 sq ft Ready to move In
139 Royal Circle /Kingsland

745 sales

ALARM SALES Commer-
cial & Residential. New
construction sales reps
with 1-3 yrs exp in
security or related
sales. BASE & COMM
WITH BENEFITS. Leads
provided. Training
avail Fax resume
384 .9626 or Call Mr
Solomon 904-384-7222


CeI l phone exp pref.
Flexible hrs. Great Pay.
Call 904-223-7565 or
904-727-0074 or fax
resume 904-783-2807
ITS NOT WHERE YOU GO
Or what you do, It's who
you're with.
Motorcycle ATV &
Watercraft Sales
Closed Sun & Mon.
Honda of Jacksonville
(904)721.2453
Ask for Mr. Carter
EOE Drug Free Workplace
MILLWORK/DOORS
Expansion requires the
addition of an exp
millwork sales person.
This is a unique oppty
for a dedicated irdv.
Salary/comm or
straight comm.
Fax resume 730-9171


The City of Jacksonville
One Organization..So Many

Opportunities

www.coj.net


Revenue Collector II
Administrative support work in the receipt
and processing of revenues and payments
and preparing and issuing related
documents.


Recreation Services Superintendent
Administrative work at the managerial level
in directing the operations and-activities of a
variety of recreational programs and
Services.


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


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

Please visit our website at www.coj.net for
detailed job information and application instruc-
tions. 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.


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Rank/Grade: __ Work Phone # Organization:


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


745 sales
ROUTE SALES
for Wholesale Florist. 25
years or older, good
driving record. Excel-
lent pay, benefits. Call
765-1609 9am-2pm

750 Technical/
s nV Engineering

COPIER TECH
Sissines is expanding.
Authorized dealer of
Kyocera Copystar, Ricoh,
Canon. Need experi-
enced copier techs w/
drive for success.
Computer knowledge a
plus. Salary Benefits-
Phone-Auto. Join our
winning team. 739-0540
Environmental Engineer
Manages Environmental
Programs
Fuel Farm Heckscher Dr.
Jacksonville, FL
$45,000 year
Benefits: Health, Dental,
Vision, Life Ins.. etc.
Resume to attention .
Michael V. Snyder
mvsnyder@fdn.com
Fax 904270-1466 EEO

752 Warehouse
PT MORNING DAY POSI-
TION- with industrial
distributor requires
some heavy lifting.
Must have stable work
history, be a team
player, clean driving
record & non smoker.
Drug screen reqd. Call
798-9283 DFWP


753 Security
Flex Officers Needed
Guaranteed 40 hrs per
week at $10 p/h to start
We are currently looking
for experienced secu-
rity officers to join our
flex team. Qualified
applicants must have: 1
yr of experience, clean
criminal background &
driving record and be
available to work any
shift. We offer medi-
cal, dental, vision
insurance and a 401K.
Please apply in person
at 6817 South point
Pkwy #1001 Jax. FL
32244
EOE. Lic# B9700146
SECURITY OFFICERS
Class D Lic. pref'd (Will
Assist). 21 yrs old & HS
Grad or GED. Benefits
offered, free uniforms.
Applications available
Cogsina Security Inc.,
4521 Atlantic Blvd.,
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Lic # BB2200029 EOE
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALLJ 1- 888& 398-8903
www.specialresponse.com

755 Miscellaneous
CARPENTERS with Finish
experience and
LABORERS Call 591-6870
CHILD CAREpre K.- 2 and
Pre K-4 TEACHER -CDA
Connie or Terri 786- 5952
CHILDCARE -PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS ages 1-elem
FT/PT Org Prk 269-1970

I Residential, up to
$9.50/hr Car, insur-
lance reqd. FT M-F1
Days only. 730-7201 I

COAST GUARD
RESERVE
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,
Sand experience! Now,
more than ever, the
Coast Guard Reserve
provides opportunities
or to you to learn,
grow and serve sav-
ngo 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 1.904232-2575
Senior Chief Mary Strange
COURIER- Growing
company seeks
dependable driver,
Apply In erson to: NGI,
7999Phillips Hwy, Suite
202, 448-1600 or apply
in person to EOE DFWP
House Cleaners & Press
Washer S'side/ Beach
area $7/+hr. car & cell
ph. req'd. 221-6180.


To perform general
housekeeping ano light
lanltorar duties ait South'
sidle and Nonrhslde laclli
ties. Etp In healthcare
settlling pref. FT w/ben-
efis. Rolares weekends
Apply In person
(9amn 4pm, M- F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 university Blvd. North,
SuIte 70 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, Fl 32211.
Forer more Info call 741 183.
For directions ext 202.
Fax resume to 74115109.
EOL'UA Drug Free Workplace


Needed at the St. Johns
Greyhound Park. Floor
person must be expe-
rienced. Call Diane at
646-0001 ext 2017
KENNEL ASST-W/exp.
Busy S'side Miramar
Animal Hospital 737-0403
LANDSCAPE CO. exp help
needed Maint., Lands-
ape, Irrig. Pay 8-11,
benes. Apply at 7727
Alton Ave 8-12, 8--F.
No calls(Bring Id) ..
LANDSCAPE FOREMAN &
LABORER- Drivers lic &
hedge traimming exp
requIred.start $8.50/hr
DFWP 292-9100
LANDSCAPE INSTALLER
Experience rec'd. Good
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755 Miscellaneous
LEASING AGENT/ASST.
For Pickwick Apt.
in Mandarin.
Experienced preferred.
Computer a must!
CALL (904) 262-1038
NEW CONSTRUCTION
HOUSE CLEANING-
Exp. only 904-645-0851
POOL SERVICE TECH
Bright, Energetic, Resp
hard working. Great
Hrs. Quick advance-
ment. Valid DL & clean
record req. Exp pref but
not nec. Call 449-2055
SERVICE PERSON
To set up and maintain
safety equip on constr.
sites. Detailed paper-
work, must have a good
driving record. Ben-
efits provided. An EEO
Employer.
1241 Haines Street
Call 904-350-6888.
Sleep Till Noon
Work Full Time
Benefits Vacation
Holidays Relaxed
Atmosphere
Setting Appointments
No elling
Call For Directions Only
Shawnta 904- 519- 0400
TRAINEES
Train to teach Salsa
Swing, Ballroom &oth-
ers. Call Rick 772-8330
VALET ATTENDANTS
19 or older, backgrd ck,
Call Heidi 904.509.7551

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
1-80.806-1558. (ISR)

762 Work At Home
ASSEMBLE AT HOME To
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry 24hr 390-3939
815 Business
Services

RESUMES
Same day service,
pickup/delivery, $60,
career counselling avail
904-220-1481
gon Child
v30 Care
SIn Home Day Care
SFlexible hours and
Reasonable rates.
Snacks & meals
included. 708-3011

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

840 Concrete/
Asphalt

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

870 Lawn Service-
0 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. Lic. &
Insured. 264-9460

894 Massage

$60 IN-CALLS
Awesome.Therapists
Ultimate Relaxation
Mon-Sat 9-6 MM15239
242-8998







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


902 Appliances
DRYER/WASHER
BIG capacity. Exc Cond.
$200 Call 3986369
FOR SALE: White
Self-Cleaning
Oven $250. Almond
range hood $35;
White Microwave $25:
Call 912 510-7734
or 912-617-3745 Iv msg
L FRONT LOAD
SWASHER, Stainless
-I steel tub. $150,
19cu ft. Refrig $100
729-4960 Iv msg.
& Full Kitchen Appli-
ances Cxc cond All
White S/S 26 CFT
~Fridge w/Ice and H20.
Self clng stoveDishwasher,
and Microhood. $750 for all
Call 646-2875 LV MSG



OVEN Kitchenaide,
Superba, like new.
oven. $450 288-9444
0, WASHER & DRYER
Like new. Whirl-
pool. special edi-


A WASHER & DRYER,
X-Large, 10 cycle,
4 spd, like new
$385 set
904-993-3185
S. WHIRLPOOL
REFRIGERATOR
19cu ft. Runs good,
904-729-4960 Iv msg.
n 1e Articles
9V0 For Sale

0, 100's of YU-GI OHi
T cards $.20 each T.
| 278-5224
4 1990 Keywest
center console 70
HP outboard alum
trailer $3,200 O6
work 270-6608 ext 202


Home 904 751-4929 am
Gomer
1990 Keywest
center console 70
HP outboard alum
trailer $3,200 OBO
work 270-6608 ext 202
Home 904 751-4929 am
* Gomer


905 Articles
9 For Sale

t 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
S Air purifier hunter
SHspatech 110 3 stage
i tflter 99.97% effective
$50 Call Jason
777-5814
a Bahamas TImeshre
Mar 26. '05 to
_L. April 2, '05,. $700.
KPich Speakers
$500; Outboard Motor
$800; Audio Componets
Piano Yahana 476-7694
BATHROOM
S MIRRORS two,.
S new, 34x44", 42x56"
with mounting
brackets hardware.
$40& $65. Call 264-2973
BEST OFFER- for
couch, rocker
recliner dresser
with mirror. Good
condition 518-6427
eves 573-3677 days
e Curtches wood
adjustable with soft
rubber padding Like
new Pair $8.26B 2482
a Football Helmet Jax
Jaguar Full size has
S I Kyle Brady Autograph
on it. Orgbox. $85
Firm 268-2482
4 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.
,a Generator Sears
SCraftman 46 amp
S 5600 watt 10 HP, S
gallon. Never Used.
Retail $800, Sell $750
obo 771-1402
R HEAVY GLASS
PYRAMID TRACK
FLIGHT FIXTURES
add a touch of
class. 6 pieces retail
$100 ea; sell $50 ea,
904-662-3400
D Hewlett Packard
SDesktop Computer
WLand desk Separate CD
Writer and DVD Rom
256 MB Ram 30G Hard drive
$400.00 OBO 886-7129
a HONDA MOTOR-
SCOOTER 250cc,
/L'85 $1600, window
ac/heat unit. 15,000
btu. 220 volts $300.
Large pickup toolbox
$100. Bakers rack $100.
904-272-7352
HOTQ B E 6dPESON
Full Warranty & Cover.
Retail $6800 Sell $3800
(904) 739-0488
Infant changing table
i n good condition call
221-8749
KENMORE Washer
$75 3Ton heat
pump $100; Oak
Rolltop desk $SOO
215-5337
a LADIES ASSORTED
NAVY UNIFORMS
L a variety of sizes,
12-14 navy pea
coat, rain jacket, etc.
Call Roni Leave msg
729-2295
a Murray Riding mower
S123 H 40"Cut With
|utility trailer Great
condition 3 years old
call 874-1420
a Propane gas grill with
tank New Burner $75.
kJph 223-8553
a SILK SCREEN
S h EQUIPMENT and
machine, 4 colors,
ideal for deploy-
ment/ homecoming
events. $3000. Call
992-6877 or 294-3564
a STROLLER Graco
reclinable, has
S canopy & basket
blue exc cond $25.
904-278-5224/655-1679
a Stroller- Never Used. 5
positions. Lays flat for
Yltnewborns. Lots of
accessories. $80
904-641-5059
a TASCO BINOCU-
LARS lOXSOmm.
TZip Focus Wide
Angle with case.
Exc. condo. $30.
904-221-9241
Task chair armless
vertical adjustment
5 Ildark blue fabric Like
new $10.00 268-2482
i The Club Steering
SWheel Security device
ilLike new, $ 40 new
asking $10
912 673-1747 5-10 PM
TV color, 27" Sharp,
$95. Desk & file cabinets,
$60. Papasan Chr &
Rattan this. 564-1690
TVS, Computers, Etcd
Police Seized! From $l0!
Info 800- 749- 8128 xM438
a Twin Size Comforter
wT Set
Includes sheets,
valance, and rug.
Hello Kitty design. Barely
used! 542-, 4602 $40
Q Two military Ski lift
tickets to Brecken-
ridge or keystone
-Colorado unable to
use because of sickness.
Call Rick 542-2541 x142
S WEDDING DRESS -
Fancy design, must
Size 18, sleeveless
w/vet. $200 obo. Bride
maids (2) dresses
burgundy sz (12-14)
$250 obo. Call, Iv msg
777-8120
H Yardman 20" mulching
S lawn mower 6 hp
I Tecumseh engine XL
walk behind excellent
condition $90.00

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
922* & Jewelry

a 3plece wedding set
1.1k solitaire sz 6
lk and 1/2k Anni-
versary bands sz
7&6.5. Price $2,000 non
negotiable Call 446-5857

925 Computers

Scanner and one
pair of computer
904.278.5224/655.1679

92S Electronics

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

a- CAR/Home Stereo
/ Speakers AMP
I JtJacobs AccuvoIt
new or like new
A/D/S Incredible sound,
most In box
210-347-0978


CAR SPEAKERS -
A/D/S car/ home
speakers/ car
amp/ Jacobs
Accuvolt new or like
new, best sound you've
ever heard 200-9964 .
4 Surge supressor/Llne
Conditioner randmax
JI lmax-1000 8 ac outlets
1 coax In/out $50 call
Jason 777-5814


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 youl
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 salarv/ben-
efits package includIng medical, dentasand
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
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928 Electronics
Surround receiver
.it ,:gnon avr-2500 Dolby
Vl|rologic 85w/ch front
'^'2 5 Inch surround
excellent condition call
J80n 777-5814 $500.
)' Yard Sale 2650 Cardl-
."r gan Ct Orange Park
lSat March 12th
7am-12pm Tools VW
Part furniture clothing
mir.:

945 Garage
Sales

JCP SUMMER CHASE -
multi family. Fri-Sat.
S721 Putters Green Way
JUL CRK PL. lots of
misc Items, dinette set
with hutch, Sat 7:00am.
201 Crooked Ct.
Mandarin Community
Yard Sale Southern
Oaks 7601 Tlmberwood
Dr. Off of Phillips Hwy.
March 12th. 8am -2pm
MANDARIN N'hood
Garage Sale, Clearwa-
ter Crk off Hood
Landing Rd. Sat 8-12
4 N. ATLANTIC BEACH,
Sat March 12th.
9am-5pm,
899 Majestic Cypress
Dr. Various items for sale.
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Annual Spring Commu-
nity Sale -Sat. March
12 8-2. Located at Old
Middleburg and Argyle
Forest Blvd. Each
family will sell in their
own driveway.
OFF BAYMEADOWS -
appl, frig. Sat 8-1, 8607
Gooby's Trace Dr.
SAN JOSE -2212 Miller
Oaks Ct. Sat lawn
equip, sporting goods,
png png tbl, art, toys,
Springfield Historic Dis-
trict Moving Sale. Sat.
3/12, 9 to 2. Antiques;
silver; furniture; tools;
books; Collectibles:
Avon, S/P shakers; Etc.
2040 N. Laura St
S'side Sat 3/12, 7-1
Hollie's Dancin' Dream
13595 Atlantic Blvd.
WESTSIDE multi family
sale, furn.Frl-Sat 8am.
7932 Guerad Dr. N.
WSIDE multi fam yd
sale, Fri-Sat, 8-3p,
6948 Deauville Rd.
W'side Multi Family Sat. 8am
4584 Palmer Ave. Lots of
Everything!! 573.1457
Bargain Hunters Galore

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

950 Garden/
Lawn

Black & Decker Edge
SHog 2-in-1 Electric
i' |landscape edger
$ 45.00 223-8553
Electric Lawn Mower
Offer about $45.00
tLwithout extension
cord. ph 535-8690 days
Murray 22' side dis-
| charge mower 3.8 hp
| Tecumseh engine
Excellent condition
$60.00 ph 223- 8553
4, Murray riding
, mower 12.5 hp 40"
cut with utility
trailer great con-
dition 3 years old $375
Call 874-1420
4 RIDING MOWER
T New battery, good
S|running condition
$600. Call (904)
742-7066 or (904)
220-5729.
riding mower new
battery good running
condition $ 600
(904) 742-7066 or
220-5729
Walker rider lawn
mower 42" cut
|L model MC with
Kohler OHC 16 hp
V-Twin runs great
$ 3,500 OBO call 249- 1611
4 Weed Eater new
$ 40.00 (904) 742-2066

9c5 r Household
FJU Furniture

4 36" Solid Oak Table
30r Base excellent
condition three chairs


955 Household
9 Furniture
Armoire for sale
cherry finish solid
V oodholds television
and electronics for
more Info call 772-0125
asking $600.
BED KING SIZE MATT.
Set. New In plastic. Must
l$14. (9&4) 446177

BEDROOM 4 PC SET $298
2 pc Sofa & Chair 98
S Pc Oak Dinette 98
3 pcO n Simmons Bd 198
3 rm 8pc condo pkg 998
VCR's from 0
20" color TV's 7
Microwaves from
C0(r8=WffNER
I :1 1 :olI 1 ", &1: MI l
Dining and Living Rooms
Leather and Ent Centers
Quality Fum (A Wholesale
*No membership required"
*visa/mc/amex/dlscover-



Box & Mattress Set
Qn Size. In Plastic. $120
(904) 48*46177
Complete Double
4 Bedroom Set
i | including Mattress
and Foundation
Dark oak and Brass EC
$250 firm call Jeff
226-2450 '
SContemporary Ent Ctr
w/glass cof. tbl $1000
4L Breakfast nook with
extension and two
chrs. EC $350.261-5205
COUCH (taupe) off
white, khaki, $300 &
glider $100- 288-9444
a, Couch & love seat
,N light Beige with soft
|country colored
stripes & 4 matching
Pillows Exc condition
$ 150.00 778-4669
SCouch A Loveseat
Matching, 3 pc. table
set & recliner, exc
cond. $350 obo. also
27" TV $100. 912.729.7340
.Q Couch with built in
Recliner mint con-
i$dltlon $195 OBO
Two synthetic
leather Recliner Chairs
$ 45 ea OBO 282-8665
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE w/ 8
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet.
New in box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2150. 737-1764


955 Household
Furniture

SOval dining room
table w/4 High-
|iback chairs. Multi
" colored/teal/blue/
pink/on black $ 75 call
904778-4669
4 SECTIONAL SOFA
3pc. with sleeper &
tL recliner. Great
cond. $700obo.
Call 912-729-6479
Sectional Sofa, Blue
excel cond. $500 cash
Call 880.5073 422.7923
Solid wood wall
Sunit with 3 sepa-
S|rate sections for
curio display tele-
vision & plenty of
storage (117"LxB3"H)
$750.00 OBO 226-2090
TV STAND Sideboard
Slight wood with four
|Jfrosted Glass Doors.
Excellent condition.
$150. 904-641-5059
Musical""
970 Merchandise/
Services

PIANO Cable piano
w/bench, great cond,
$1500 obo 287-9221
4 PIANO Oak,
Kimball piano with
Bench. Good con-
ditions. $600obo.
904-771-7219
YAMAHA PIANOS 48"
studio $2k, 6'1 grand
$12k. like new 379-1625

980 Sporting
Goods

ALMOST NEW IRON
MAN OLYMPIC
Si Weight Bench
inci's approx 245
Ibs, Dip bars, squat
rack, leg ext, plate-
holder, $250 obo.
904-631-9103 or
Mellssa 904-610- 5456
SBOWFLEX Ultimate
Fully equipped with
t Lall accessories and
attachments less
than onevear old $1800
obo $2400 new
219-3361
4, For Sale Power-
F zone weight bench
w/ incline,
barweight stand.
Powerhouse sit-up
bench Included $ 200.
OBI Dodge 04 remov-
able plastic bedllner
$75. OBO call
912-576-2175
4 GOLF CLUBS Good
Condition with Bag.
2-PW cavity back
irons with putter.
$70 912-242-2249
GYM EQUIP complete
in-house set. Exc cond,
$2200, pd $5500 448-5919
Seminoles jacket
1993 to 1999 National
.Champions all soft
leather beautiful
never wom $ 400 call
860- 8589 or 317-7157
Treadmill never used
S$300 Tony Little
1 Barely used $100
Range $50 ph 220- 5974
4, Treadmill Sears Lif-
| estyler Electronic
|Panel motor Heavy
Duty Sturdy made in
USA $ 95.00 firm 268-2482
Weight Bench with Bar
SandWeights Heavy
duty Tunturi Good
condition $ 50.00 oil
Fired Reddy Heater $40.00
ph 246-4461

985 Trailers


1005 Livestock
& Supplies

4 ,HORSE TRAILER 16'
SDouble D' 97 dual
axle straight load,
straight pull, 4'
tack room. Elec brakes.
$2000 904-272-7352
Llamas, M/F. Variety of
colors. Free Delivery
941-587-2896
TENN WALKING HORSES
Registered Geldings
5 Perfect
Saddle & Pleasure
CALL (904) 642-9003

1010 Pet's &
1010 Supplies

AM BULLDOG, German
Shepherd, Pom's, Dane
Mixes, & many cute
small mixes. Big Sale
904-504-117
AMERICAN PITBULL PUPS
ADBA reg. w/papers
chp bldis $300. 378-492
American Staffordshire
Terrier Pups. AKC pop.
HIth cert, $500. 879-5186
BLUE HEELER PUPPIES
ADORABLE, 2 males,
HIth cert's. 287. 5042
Boxer-American Pit Bull
Bog Pups 4M, 6F, tails
docked /dewclaws gone
$100 to $200. 904.829.0603
BOXER PUPS AKC.
Campion Blood Lines,
Fawn, lowks, Health
guaranteed. 229-559-1349
BRITNEY AKC reg. 10 mo
neutered male, kennel
$99. Call 904-485-0033
CHINESE CRESTED
POWDERPUFFS, 2 males.
AKC, must be neutered.
$350.00 904-616-1646
A FREE 12 Month Old
SWeimaraner-Kenn
| I 1 eli. leash, collar
included Call
693-3387
FREE PET BULLS full
Blooded one male
t|i and one female
both dogs are 3yrs
old 576-7682
FREE PUPPIES
T Lab mix, black or
brown. Call
S 778-3166.
FREE-to good home, lyr
old. Germ Shep. fem. all


1010 Pet'ss &
1 Supplies

GERMAN SHEPARD
PUPPIES, 2F, WKC Reg.,
HC, 12 wks, $300. Call
Harry 904-556-1081

KINKAJOUS M/F, 3vrs
old.Class III lic. needed
$2500 904-406-0331

LAB Black. ACA, shots,
wormed, MChip, 5mo's,
904-505-3999

MIn Pin Pups AKC: DOB
1/21. 1 Rust M, 2 Rust F
s&w. $325. 912.427.8565
lewismal@bellsouth.net

PIT BULL red, $100. 6mo
old, spay, vac. great
personality. Enlisting &
eige needs loving
home. 230-9280

ROYTI PUPS, 2F. 12wks,
pure bred $100ea,Rotti
Mix pups 8wks. $75ea.
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1325 Automobiles
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1340Trucks/Trailers/
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Wanted

1205 Boats
15FT ALUM HULLU.
T BOAT W/TRAILER-
| rebuilt 65hp Mer-
cury engine, cen-
ter steering console.
$1900 obo
904-553-8590
16.9' SUNBIRD '97
S90hp Evinrude Tilt,
I Trim, Top VHS Radio,
center console, Alum
Trlr $6000. 904-261-2211
Robert
19M8 SUNBIRD 16FT
SRunabout, Bow is
1 enclosed. Johnson
88 outboard. Runs
great. Galv trailer.
1500 912-673-6408
after 4PM.
199714" Fiberglass
Q Ash craft Johnson 30
SJ-Traller Depth finder
oars life jackets
Marine Medical kit $2,500
261-0487
1997 Sunblrd 17ft 90
SHP Evinrlde 80 gallon
ltfuel tank topuhf Radio
price $6,000 (904)
261-7211 Robert
19' RANGER 175 Merc
EFI 'tri mrntr, gar kept,


1205 Boats
S19FT. MONTEREY
Cuddy Cabin 1992
13.0 mercrulser
engno 1/0. Must
sell. $5500 obo. Call
Tom 912-255-0964 or
912-576-8769
S20' Stingray 00 20cs
TBimini&cockpgit
overs mercuries
depth finder potti
trimtabs sink stove 190
HP Cuddy CD Player
$14000 608-0388
24' SEA RAY -'99 Mer-
cruiserI/o, bimini,
stero, $25k 342-0551
15 1/2ARROW '74,
S Motor 70HP
| vlnrude '97. Boat
and motor In good
shape. New tires and
berne on trailer. $3500
obo. 912-576-7692
Alum. Boat and Trailer
50hp Mercury with Tilt
L and Trim $2000obo.
912-729-4678 James

4 Buy the Trailer and
fgete boat
motor $700obo.
Boat and Motor
need repairs. Daniel
729-4001
S NCHRIS CRAF
CABIN CRUISER
"84, Twin 305
engines sleeps 6,
Galley, head, AC and
more $26,060. Call
904-213-9745.

S '04 Includes
trailer 2 life vests,
tube, knee board,
and ropes, excel cond.
Call 904-803-3512

Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies
.A. 98' Kawasaki Jet
T ski rebuilt motor
Looks / runs great
Must see $2,500
OBO call 268-6210 or
537-0034


O Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies
4 OUTBOARD NIS-
SAN 9.9, Xtra long
t shaft, electric
start, as new tank
& hose, motor,Never
run 912- 673- 7694
1230Rs &
J1230 Supplies

22' POP-UP CAMPER, for
Family Enjoyment, sips 6.
Asking $3500. Exc. cond.
912-729-8882

'32 LUXURY '04 SC,
slide out, many opt's.
$14kobo. 973-449-2478
37' COUNTRY COMFORT
'05 SC, slideout, front
kit, w/d, Lded, See in Jax
$19,500obo. 973.449-2478
39' PARK MODEL TRLR
'05. 15ft slldeout room
CA.w/d, $19k, cell
717-380-1150 Ocala
40' ELITE FIFTH WHEEL
'05 ,2BR, 3 slides
Need to sell! $28,500
Seen in Jax 800-864-5609
42' HERITAGE '05 5th
while, 2br, 3 elec slide-
outs, w/d, d/w. fbrgls,
$29,000 850-322-7152
4 93"DBLW Fleetwood
S3br/2ba 3 mile from
NAS Jax 25,000 OBO
S has Porcll carport IN
PARK H/D 12002001 100
Miles 8500 904 291-7735
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-8005S41-6439
COLEMAN Folding Trailer
'88, sleeps 6, elec hkup,
AC new tires, $1000.
771-7907 evenings
4 FLEETWOOD
SBOUNDER 35ft '03,
m Mint Cond, 12K
"*" miles. Many opt's 3
slides Vrtec 8.1 $85K
603-479-4122


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1300 Motorcycles
4 02' Harley Dyna
T Super Glide 3900
tMllles Garaged
Extra chrome
Accessories many
performance parts EX
14,900 OBO
904 284-5258

,, 1997 Honda Helix
| scooter/cycle250cc
Vl/new tires new battery
low miles less than
7.000 must sale $1950. OBO
542-3500

A 2002 YZ259F Super
clean!! Alum moose
handle Bars Levers,
New Grips chain &
Sprockets plus more. $2,900
912674-0617

A 2003 Honda Magna 750
Scc V4 Cruiser excel-
< lent condition 8,000 ml
$5,000 firm priced
below Blue book Orig
owner extras
call 904 673-4605 "


1300 Motorcycles-
2003 Suzuki GSXR
1000 3500 miles
$7 0000. firm
includes bike lover
call Dana 904 563-4377
02 Harley Dyna
Super Glide 3900
miles Garaged
S Extra Chrome
Accessories Many
performance parts EC
$14,900 OBO
904-284-5258
A HARLEY Softall
FXST, bik, 5,600
lmi's, warr, $100
extras, saddle
bags, fuel injection -
$ 1 6 500 ob o,
912-576-5207

HONDA 600RR '03
New rear tire, after
market lights tag
relocator A exhaust.
9.700m, $GSOOobo.
904-838-8149
HONDA CR85R '03. Runs
& looks great, must sell*
$2295. Call 389-7700
HONDA GW-SE '98
loaded gar kept mint
cond $5K accessories.
$10K must see 880- 8105
Honda Rebel 250 '03 blue
724mi, garage kept, exc
cond. $2600. 591.6969
4 HONDA REBEL '87
450 Saddle bags
t1 Red, many new
parts 19.612 miles
Call CIndl 904-225-5401
A HONDA SHADOW
/ 750 '03 includes
,helmets. Very low,
mileage. Excellent,
condition. Call,
904-803-3515
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n 4 Wheeler 50 CC,
$500,904-771-1388
SUZUKI DRZ400E '02,
Brought new in Sept'04.
Looks brand new, must
sell quick $3950. 389-7700
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A weekly look at the automotive market


Dan Scanian/special
The 2004 Hyundai XG350L sedan features leather interior, sunroof, alloy wheels and room for four for under $26,000.


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Hyundai's XG350 offers plenty of goodies


By Dan Scanlan
Special
he recipe is a simple one for
the South Korean car company.
Put a V-6 inside a mid-size
body with some nice curves and a lib-
eral dash of chrome, add leather seats
with power, a decent CD stereo and
some other goodies and you end up
with a Korean Buick, kind of.
The car in question is the 2004
Hyundai XG350L, the company's flag-
ship sedan, available this year with a
significant restyle outside and some
retouching of the design inside.
Seventeen years ago, Hyundai first
stepped out on our shores with a for-
gettable compact called the Excel,
which didn't succeed at anything
other than being inexpensive compact
car transportation, although it sold
well (263,610 in 1987). Over the
years, the company has steadily
improved its lineup and fit and finish,
while still offering a lot of car for the
money. It dabbled in the luxury car
market first with the small mid-size
Sonata in the early 1990s, with an
available V-6 so it could go head-to-
head with the Camrys and Accords
out there.
The line was expanded to include a
new compact Elantra, plus a sub-com-
pact Accent, Tiburon sports car, Santa
Fe sports ute and a larger luxury car
called the XG300 (now 350). Now a
bigger sports utility is coming, and
the XG350 has become a legitimate
sub-luxury sedan.
The American Hyundai is based on
the Korean-market XG Grandeur, and
drops plumb in the middle of a mid-
size sedan market filled now with the
Nissan Maxima and Lexus ES330.
The 194-hp XG350's overall length is
191.9 inches, almost an inch longer
than a 225-hp Lexus ES330, and a bit
under 2 inches less than the 260-hp
Nissan Maxima SE.
For 2004, the XG350 received a new
grille, plus redesigned front design.
The result is a bright chrome, vertical
bar grille that looks a bit like the
latel1990s Infiniti 130's, flanked by
quad headlights under clear plastic,
each unit framed in a chrome collar.
The front bumper gets twin chrome
spears, while the slatted lower air
inlet has inset fog lamps. The waist-
line molding is wider, matching the
chrome trim on the bumper as it rides
under chrome door handles, with
more chrome framing the side win-
dows. The rear fenders are accented
by large taillights that flow around its
corner like a Buick or even Bentley
sedan, while the trunk lid has a
rounded, almost elegant bustle and a
redesigned rear fascia with more
chrome trim and integrated back-up
light, the license plate moved from the
bumper to decklid.
Our Celadon Green test car ran on
12-spoke alloy wheels wearing
Michelin MXV-4 Pilot P205/60R16-
inch rubber, the paint and body panel
fit and finish quite good. But, boy,
there was a lot of chrome.
Open the door, and the frameless
window may catch a bit in the rubber
molding as you step over a brushed
metal kickplate with the XG350 name
on it, and settle into a mocha-over-tan
interior with faux wood trim on the
doors, dash and steering wheel, and
stitched leather on the seating sur-
faces and door panels.
The driver's and passenger's bucket


uan acanianspecial
Plastic wood, but real power leather seats up front help give the interior of the Hyundai XG350 upscale
look and feel.



Specifications

Vehicle type...4-door, 5-passenger near-luxury Korean import mid-size sedan
Base price....................................................... $25,599(As driven $25,688)
Engine type..................................................fuel-injected 24-valve DOHC V-6
D isplacem ent.........................................................................................3.5-liter
Horsepower (net) ...........................................................194 hp at 5,500 rpm
Torque (lb-ft).........................................................................216 at 3,500 rpm
Transmission........................................................................5-speed automatic
Wheelbase................................................ .... ...................108.3 in.
O overall length ................................... ........................................ .......... 191.9 in.
Overall width .......... .w..... .............71.9 in.
Overall width............................... ................. ......55.9 .
H eight.................................. ..................................... I ......I....................... 55 .9 in.
Front headroom............................................................... ...... ............39.7 in.
Front legroom ............................................................. ...........................43.3 in.
Rear headroom.... ........................................ .... ....... ..... 38 in.
Rear legroom.................................................. ................................37.2 in.
Trunk capacity .....................................................................14.5 cubic feet
Curb weight ..............................................................................3,651 pounds
Fuel capacity..................................................................................18.5 gallons
Mileage rating ................................. .................... 17 mpg city/ 26 mpg highway
Last word..................................................................A lot of car for the money.


seats both have power recline and
seat bottom functions, the driver get-
ting two memory preset buttons on
the door panel. The seats are firm and
comfortable, but lack in side support
and could use a bit more cushioning.
The dash design is simple and
ergonomically OK, the simple trip
*computer display meshed with the


clock up high, with a decent AM-FM-
CD stereo with big buttons and a good
climate control system below. A nicely
damped felt-lined storage tray slides
out under that, with an ashtray at the
bottom.
Back-seat room is pretty good for
two adults, the head and legroom OK.
v Back-seaters get a center arm rest


with slide-out cup holders, another
I hidden storage area and two a/c vents
at the rear of the center console,
which can be shut off up front. You
even get elegant reading lights in the
C-pillars. The trunk lid gets gas-oper-
ated cylinders to make it easier to
open, and there is lots of space n
there, with a cargo net. *


But wait, there's more.
The driver gets an auto-dim rear-
view mirror with a three-channel
HomeLink garage door transmitter,
both of which are optional on other
mid-size sedans. Tap a button, and
both side-view mirrors rotate down
when you are in reverse so you can
see behind. The spare tire goes from
space-saver to full-size Michelin on a
matching alloy wheel.
OK, so it's a pretty car, with a lot of
chrome outside and room inside. What
motivates it?
The first XG was first introduced in
2001 with a 192-hp, 3-liter V-6 with
178 lb-ft at 4,000 rpm. For 2004, the
DOHC engine size is boosted to 3.5
liters, with only a 2-hp boost in power,
but a 38 lb.ft. of torque boost at 3,500
rpm. It has a variable intake system
and anti-vibration balance shaft, plus
five-speed automatic transmission
with Shiftronic manual control.
The engine is quiet'at idle, and the
whole car is pretty quiet at speed bar
some tire noise. The XG300 got to 60
mph in a stately 10.3 seconds, barely
squeaking the front tires off the line
at full throttle. Our 7,000-mile-old
XG350 did it in a much better 8.5 sec-
onds, feeling pretty healthy as it ran
up the revs and shifted its five-speed
Shiftronic transmission smoothly, the
powerplant sounding a bit strained
.when pushed, with something
whistling a bit as it accelerated.
The suspension features independ-
ent double wishbones in the front
with an anti-roll bar, and a multi-link
suspension in back. The result was
soft, comfortable ride on good rides
that floated a bit on less-than-perfect
lanes and rolled a bit in turns, the
front Michelins whispering their com-
plaints even at moderate speeds in
turns.
The XG350 is available in two trim
levels XG350 and our XG350L,
which had a base price of $25,599
with standard 12-spoke alloy wheels,
210-watt six-speaker Infinity AM-FM-
CD stereo, power moonroof, leather-
wrapped steering wheel rim with
woodgrain inserts, HomeLink trans-
mitter, heated power front seats with
dual memory presets for the driver,
power door locks and windows with
heated power mirrors. The only option
we had was an $89 set of carpeted
floor mats, for a manufacturer's sug-
gested retail price of $25,688.
Bottom line the fit, finish and
quality of the Hyundai sedans have
certainly come far up in the past
decade, and everything on the XG350
felt and looked solid. Yes, some
switchgear didn't have the silky preci-
sion feel of a Camry or Accord, but for
the price, a V-6 sedan with most of the
luxury options standard and room for
four people and their stuff is a good
deal.
Just tone down the chrome a bit,
OK?
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehi-
cles on Northeast Florida's roads,
averaging about 200 miles of combined
highway and city traffic during a
.weeklong test. The test vehicles are
provided by the manufacturer accord-
ing to their schedule, and represent a
broad spectrum of sizes and prices.
The prices listed are manufacturer's
suggested retail prices. A longer ver-
sion of this review and past reviews
can be seen- on jacksonville.comrn's
"Auts" link.. '


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Ja Alr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 10, 2005


1300 Motorcycles
4, Yert-Dog 2 Seater
Go-cart w/seat-
belts, 6-5.Shp eng.
new tires, rollbars,
new $1000. Now! $600.
904-225-2769 or
904-294-7033 Yulee FL

1310 Auto Parrts
4 2 Factory Alloy
/ Wheels w/tlres to
t F o r d
Taurus/Sable $70
f o r b o t h
904-278-5224/655-1679
4, BED RAILS/ STEP-
T SIDES -2004 Ford
S Ranger XLT. orig
tla factory made, mint
cond $150 per set. Call
246-5797 or 982-9840
leave message.
good cond. $50
I dehydrator, new. In
box, $25. Call &
Leave msg. 777-8120
Fiberglass truck top-
STer year old nave
Sblue fits ChevySll-
verado short box
$1,000 OBO 635-5557
a, FORD TAURUS
PARTS Alternator
l O( new) repair
-7manual rims &
tires 15" exhaust sys-
tems, AC compressor,
brake rotors & pans.
tie rods motor mount
fan motor etc., etc.
need to clean out
garage call T.
78-5224/ 655-1679
For Sale (5) Tires
S(4) w/ 3000 mi, (1)
I new-225/R75/16
$300.00 Call Iv msg
904 220-0795
4 HARDTOP FOR C1
< | ,ws and
sunroof. $200. Call
912-269-1296
4, HITCH & DRAW BAR
class II 3500
<|/lbs/3001b tongue
Sfor Buick Le Sabre
$70 obo. 904-278-5224/
655-1679
SSETOF 2 STEEL
DOORS- for Jeep
$100 OBO CALL
912-269-1296
4, TRUCK CAP. -
S Century Brand,
fit. Nissan 86.5 -
'97 king cab. Exc cond,
$250. Call 904-284-4883
4, WHEELS 16X8"
SFactory Chevrolet
SWheels from 2002
Sllverado in good
condition. $200 obo.
Call 576-6801 leave
message.
1*JV0 Antiques/
.1320. Classics
'72 CHEVY MONTI CARLO
Everything New!
$8500obo. 904-635-5682
CHEVY CORVETTE
S' 81 AT, AC, 94k
tI ml, glass T-tops
black with silver
interior $10,500obo.
Nice driver 571-6008
4, FORD MUSTANG GT
S- '92, green /sll-
S|ver. gray Ithr.
rebu It rear end
runs/ drives beautiful
car. 3:73. gears. $3500
ono 200.9964


1325 Automotive
.. 1986. OJ 6 cyl needs
Sligri Dody A'rk and
l Da3ni 31" new 'ires
jee Ton OI Potenti3l lor
eep EnthusiaSt S3.900 OBO
220. .1- 76
1966 CjT 6 CYL NEEDS
SShint Dody worn &
VlJ paln 31" ne h.res
tor ,s or otnrinai or
iEep enthuias 3 3 'f00 OBO
221) 4 7,b



stepoide 170 100o miles
S A. C. C. 4 9L 5 speed
Oedliner. white ext
olue nter $ s560 BO
C311 6493
4, 1996 Chevy Lumina
Sedan in good
condrition loaded
11.800 call Rick alter
5m at 744 7250


1325 Automotive
4, 1996 Nissan Maxima
AT loaded leather
t sunroof new tires and
belts 104K highway
miles $4.800 OBO
912-573-8835
1 996'VW Cabrlo $5K
SOBO Clean lather
S Interior convertible
Call Angle after 6 PM
912-673-7662
1998 Mustang GT SVO
pkg awesome great
Condition 5 spd. 68K
miles many extras
$ 9.100 378-9622 Iv message
S2000 Lincoln Signa-
4 ture Town car loaded
SI excellent condition
39.300 miles. $14,250
771-1799 See 4533 Bullrun-
Road Confederate Point
a, 2002 Ford F150 SVT
Slighting super charged
ki.120K. miles still under
warranty Garage Kept
Very Clean 904 879-1661
$21,750
&- 90 Nissan Maxima
/ Good running condit=
1600. (904)742-7066 or
220-5729
1, 92' Nissan Maxima
O GE 4 dr AC AT PW
138,000 miles all
maintance history and
Carfax Report $2,500
27& 0426
4O 95" Honda Odys-
sey EX Loaded
good condition
1$ 4,995OBO
call (912) 882-5845



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725-9155
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roof, CD, $14,859
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725-9155
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1325 Automotive
AUDI A4 '96, A
luxury vehicle but
very fast& very
clean, all custom.
Must see, $8900 obo
406-546-5196 Ryan
BMW 325CIC- 2002, Auto,
.em pkg, conv,
2,988 371-4728
BMW 325ci convertible
'01. all opts. AT,
$24,900. 904-476-0074
VS.u BMW3251 '04,
leather, sunroof, AT,
CD, one owner
$29,859
Brumos Porsche
725-9155
www.brunmocom
BMW 3251 2002, Auto,
Prem. Pkg, xenon lights.
$25,688 371-4728
BMW 3251- 2002, leather,
PW, PL, Cruise, CD.
$25,988 371-4728
BMW 5301a- 2002, Auto.
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988.
371-4728
BMW XS 3.0 2002, Prem.
Pkg. low miles, rear
climate Pkg, $32,988
371-4728
S1 BMWX5441'02,
Sport package,
SNavi, CD, $31,980
Brumos Porsche
725 9155
www.brunmoscom
BMW Z- 32.5 2001, Convt,
auto. CD, 6 cyl. $21,988
371-4728
BUICK LESABRE '99
Excellent Condition only
54k miles, $7,990
Call 794-9990
CADILAC ELDORADO ETC
'95. Loaded, 81K ml.
$1000 dn. 674-4444
@ CADILLACCTS '03,
AT, sunroof, leather,
one owner $25,859
Brumos Porsche
725-9155

CADILLAC Devllle '97
100K like new, pearl
wht, $9500obo. 781-4361
CADILLAC SEDAN DEV-
ILLE- '95, good cond,
$3500 662-2615
CAD SEDAN DEVILLE -
'96. blk, 212k. loaded,
$5500 OBO 382-7769
CHEVY CAMARO '02 Full
loaded, need to sell fast
Immac. $9995. 389-7700
CHEVY CAMARO '98. Low
miles, need to call now
$4995. 338-1055
CHEVY IMPALA '04 fact
warr, loaded, priced to
sell fast $16,995. 389-7700
CHEVY IMPALA '04
Still under factory
warranty $12,990
Call 794-9990
CHEVY Lumlna
Sedan '96 in good
I cond loaded,
$2,200 Call Rick at
744-7250 after 5 pm
CHEVY MONTE CARLO 04
LOw miles in great
condition $12,990
Call 794-9990


1325 Automotive
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
S04. Low miles. $250mo
wac. Call 334-7253
DODGE INTREPID '94. grt
shape, loaded, priced to
sell fast $2495. 389-7700
FORD CROWN VIC. '96 -
lown, 52kmi, exc. cond.
$4300 904-786-9137
FORD MUSTANG CONV,
'02. red, 21Km,6 DISC
cd $10,400 699-8443
FORD MUSTANG GT'00
at, pw/pl, fully loaded,
looks & runs great, must
sell $8995. Call 389-7700
a. FORD MUSTANG GT
'9 "2 Awesome
project, green,
silver, gray Ithr,
runs strong, rebuilt,
needs work $3500obo.
210-347-0978
FORD TAURUS '04
A/T, V6, Pwr Equipment,
only 23k miles, $11.990
Call 794-9990
SFORDTAURUS'05
Only $14,995
Call 334-7253
O, FORD Taurus '99
/ 78 k ml's, exc cond,
S new brakes, n/s,
no animals, $3500
278-1715
H, Grand Am '01, 2D,
Q V6, Power every-
I V"thing, new Good-
year Tires, tint,
sunroof, 10 disc, MP3,
Great cond. $5200
904-505-3993
HONDA ACCORD '99.
Low miles. $10,995
Call now 334-7253
HONDA ACCORD '99. Low
mli clean, cold air $7995
Call now! 338-1055
HONDA Accord LX '95,
4cyl. 5spd. 99K ml, exc
-car $5750 Ph. 246-3701
Honda Accord LX '00
80K miles, excel cond. 1
owner $7900. 992.6047
4 HONDA CIVIC 2000
U low miles, great
condition $5500
OBO. 651-6621
HONDA CIVIC '98
Low miles sunroof, A/T.
$6.990
Call 794-9990
4, HONDA CIVIC LX -
S5ssp exc runner
|74k mi, $5800. Call
9 92-6877 or
294-3564
HYUNDAI Elantra
1 '01. 20k, Seafoam
VI green, auto, a/c,
tnt, grt shape,
Asking $8000
729-1677
INFINITY 130 '01
Low miles, leather,
sunroof loaded $15,990
Call 794-9990
Izuzu Rodeo" 93 V6
SStick Shift. AC, Brush
| It Guard 115K Runs Good,
1,000 Call Chris
505-7993 or 278-2469
JAGUAR X TYPE' 02. Low
mi,. must sell fast
$240m0. wac. 338-1055
KIA OPTIMA LX '04. 12K
mi,. leather, moonrf.
loaded $12,975. 699-9669
LEXUSES300 97 Leather
loaded, moonroof. CD.
$10,975. Call 674-4444


1325 Automotive
LEXUS ES300 '99. Pearl,
Ithr. loaded, 59K.Per-
fect. $1000dn. 699-9669
LEXUS LS400- '96. blk
w/tan Ithr, V8, 163k mi,
$9500 obo. 382-7769
LINCOLN STRETCH UMO
- '97, fully loaded, 112k
ml, $7500 OBO 382-7769
Mercedes 280SL '83
Classic EURO Roadster.
Red. Super cond. 60K
mi. $14,000.904.471.2111
MERCEDES BENZ C230
'97, Lthr. bik. sunrf,
Loaded, $5500. 813-3392
SMERCEDES BENZ
TSLSOO Roadster
I % Convertible. Exc.
cond. Black, tan
Inter. Fully Loaded.
247-0797 or 502-5752
MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS '03. Low miles.
$260mo.WAC. 334-7253
Mercury Grand Marquis
*96-58Kmi, 4dr, V8, Silv,
gar. kept. $5500 268-1134
MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS '98. loaded, 43,100
miles. 674-4444.
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
'03. Loaded, 3rd seat,
low ml $11,975.
699-9669
MITSUBISHI GALANT '04
$260/mo. WAC
Call 334-7253

Slver, AT, great cond.,
inexpensive transp.,
$3900. 904-396-6038

0 NISSAN MAXIMA
T '90, good running
| m condition $600.
,,Call (904) 742-2066
or (904) 220-5729.
NISSAN MAXIMA GXE
'98. Very low mi. $3995.
Call now 338-1055
NISSAN SENTRA '04
2.5 only 8k miles. $12,990
Call 794-9990
OLDSMOBILE ALERO '04
$200/mo. wac.
Call 334 7253
Olds Silhoutte GLS 99, Mini
Van 97K mi, dn, CD/Ithr, new
trans, $6K Call 254-2316
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
SSEI '01 Turbo charged.
Immac cond, loaded,
leather. $11,995. 389-7700
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02.
Low miles. Must go
now! $8995 338-1055
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'99 Exc. cond., 48kmi.
war. avl, $6500.221-6085
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT
'00 44kmi, Sport, Lded
$9,500. 904-757-1636
PONTIAC TRANS AM '02
Convertible. $18,995.
Call 334A7253
PONTIAC Trans AM '02,
conv. Collectors edi-
tion, yellow/ black top,
ram air AT 4900 mi
only driven to golf
course & home, only
2000 cars made as a
collectors edition.
Showroom new.
$24.950. 386 447 7769


McWay Motors McWay Transportation


Buy Here Pay Here e Clean Dependable Towing/Roadside Assistance Overnight Storage
Military Discount Offering Discount Lodging

at Cumnerland Inn & Suites



Servicing: Duval, Nassau.
Camden and Valdosta Area

SM
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1325 Automotive
.U PORSCHE CAYENNE
4 S '04, AT, sunroof,
leather, certified
$48,859
Brumos Porsche
725-9155
www.brumos.com
SUZUKI FORENZA'04. pw
pdl, fact warr, immac,
must sell $9995. 389-7700
TOYOTA CAMRY *01
Low miles. $10,995
Call 334-7253
TOYOTA CAMRY LE' 02
Low mi. Won't last, call
now. $11,288. 338-1055
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '99.
V6, Low miles. $99/mo.
WAC or $7995. 338-1055
0 TOYOTA CAMRY SE
T "02 3.OL, V6, auto-
matic, power,
Slather. sunroof, 6
disc CD changer 31,800
miles, warranty $16,000.
Call 904-213-9745.
TOYOTA CELICA 00. LOW
miles, call now, wont
last $11,988. 338-1055



TOYOTA COROLLA LE '05
Low mi, take over pints
$280mo. WAC. 338-1055
TOYOTA COROLLA '99.
CE, loaded, low miles,
$700 down 674-4444.
TOYOTA MATRIX '04 Low
mi, need to see this on
$210m0 wac. 338-1055
4 VOLKSWAGON
S New Beetle '99 -
S Exc. cond.
AT, AC,CD $7800Oobo.
912-729-6479
SVOLVO C70 COUPE
t '00, leather, sun-
roof, AT, one owner
$16,459
Brumos Porsche
725-9155
www.brumos.com
I VW BEETLE GLS
'03, Coupe, leather,
sunroof, one owner
$13,859
Brumos Porsche
725-9155
www.bnjmos.com
VW BEETLE GLS'00
Turbo. Red, at, loaded,
Ithr, moonroof, 40,800
miles. $11,975. 699-9669
4 VW Jetta GLS 03'Silver
26K Leather CD, Sun-
roof, Heated seats
exc cond extended
warr $ 16,500 904 535-3381

1335 $2000 or Less
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDS!
Cars from $500! Listings
800-749-8116 x2529
SCHEVY Caprice '88,
AS IS. Asking $300
l 912-576-5174
SDodge Aries '87
60 K miles, 4 cyl,
runs great, AC,
$500. 908-0026


1335 $2000 or ess
FORD Taurus '97, white,
looks and runs great,
AC, $2000. ph 783-2549
HONDA ACCORD '93. AT,
great shape, priced to
sell fast. $995. 389-7700
4 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
S1984.4x4, AT, PW, PL,
V-. 8, leather, good
tires, towing package.
90k miles, $1500 obo. (912)
729-7508.
MITSUBISHI GALANT '92
$950. For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
L Orange Park 4/2
SFleming Island
11 brand new 2300sf.
excel schools,
close to NAS JAX.
PCS Call 904-535.3307
$1550/mo

Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

1998 Fleetwood mobile
home 16X80 3 br/2ba
\LUq ulet restricted
Westslde park many
extras asking $ 23,500
317-0801
8X5 utility Trailer for
sale $ 1100 OBO Call
579-6802 for details
CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
SILVERADO '98 turbo
diesel, Ithr, loaded,
nice! $13,975. 699-9669
CHEVY BLAZER LS '98.
4dr, at/ac, loaded, nicely
$800 down. 674-4444
CHEVY S10'95. Auto, AC,
67K miles. $800 down.
Call 674-4444
CHEVY S10 EXT. CAB '01
A/T. V6, only $10,990
Call 794-9990
CHEVY S10 EXT. CAB '03
V6, A/T, Real Nice Truck
$12,990
Call 794-9990
CHEVY S10 LS '00 5spd,
Step-side, Silv, 44,200mi.
$6600. 904-449-2900
CHEVY'S From $5001
Police Inpounds!Listlngs
800- 749-8116 x1848
CHEVY SILVERADO '04,
ExCab, V8 loaded,20K.
$19,975. 777-9119.
CHEVY TAHOE '99 -
130kmi, black ext., Ithr
gray inter., very good
condition. $6500.
904-743-4978 after 5pm
4 CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER '02
$13,999 OBO red,
Exc cond. AT, AC,
cruise CD, 48K ml.
Call 904-534-4074
CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER LS
'03 PL. PW, PS, CD, Low
ml, $17k. 904-230-6487
SChevy Trail Blazer
TLTZ 02 Two-tone,
blue leather,
47,000. mi. rear air,
CD, cassette, excel.
cond. 2WD. $16,000.
891.7348


DODGE RAM 1500 '00
Quad A/T A/C, only
43k miles, $12,990
Call 794-9990


AUTOM'


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd 7T/-5600
DUVAL ACURA
11225 Atlantic Blvd 725-8000


KEY AUDI
4 w t-100 Soutde Blvd 565-4)



BENTLEY ORLANDO
895 N 1Rorad ReapiiB lvd
SLongwoOdn0anadoFI 407 39-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlanric Bld 725-0911



GARBER
BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Soutnside Blvd 642-6060
TERRY BUICK
6400 Blanding Blvd 777-5550



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
S4700 Soumnside Blvd 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Maico, St Aug 354-2057


COGGIN CHEVY- AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Memll Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Hwy. 17 GCS 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Brvd 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Pnilips Hwy 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassal Ave 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 Suuth 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYS.-PLYM.
S1750 Soutside Brlvd 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Plym of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd 269-1033

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassal Ave 389-7792
GARBER CHRYS-PLYM
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
| RICK KEFFER
S 195 Ex1 129. Fem Bch
1-800-228-7454


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 USl Soutn 35-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atantic3 Bd 642-5600
GARBER CHRYS-
PLYM DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Sunins 264-2416


Trucks /
1340 Trailers
SUV's
, FORD EXCURSION
'04, Eddie Bauer,
4x4, DVD, leather,
diesel $39,859
Brumos Porsche
725-9155
www.bnJimoscom
FORD EXPEDITION
'03 Black, excel-
SIlent condition.
Loaded 41K. miles,
Keyless entry, Must
sell. $22,900 obo.
904-415-2775 or
912-573-4784
FORD EXPLORER '04. pw
PI cruise tilt, very low ml
must $518,995 3877OO
FORD F150 XL'03
Supercab A/T Tilt Cruise
only 26k miles $15,990
Call 794-9990
FORD F150 XLT '02
Supercrew Loaded. Only
37k miles, $18,990
Call 794-9990
FORD F150 XLT '01
SVT Clone A/T Wheels,
Tow Package
Call 794-9990
FORD F250'01 diesel X
Cab at/ac, Immac. need
to sell $14,995. 389-7700
FORD F250 4x4 '00 Crew
Cab. Must sell fast
$16,995. Call 338-1055
FORD F-250 Super Duty
'05, Super crew, Lariet
4x4, diesel, exc cond,
must sell, 904-631-6007
FORD F250 XCab diesel
low mi, grt cond, priced
to sell $16,995. 389-7700
FORD F250 XLT '94 Reg.
cab, diesel, 4x4 lown,
Loaded, winch, $11,500.
904-879-0639
FORD RANGER XLT '02
Low miles loaded
$11,995. Call 334-7253
FORD RANGER XLT '96 X
Cab. V6, low miles.
$5995. Call 338-1055
GMC 2500 4x4 '98. V8, at,
acl loaded. $1000 down.
Call 674-4444
GMC YUKON DENALI '02
Fully loaded, keyless
remote, entertainment
system, must sell quickly
$27,995. Call 389-7700
,5' GMC YUKON
DENALU '04,DVD,
leather, sunroof,
$44,859
Brumos Porsche
725-9155
www.brumos.xom
ag' HONDA PILOT EX
'04, leather, 4x4,
low miles, one
owner $27,459
Brumos Porsche
725.9155
www.brumoscom
HYUNDAI Santa Fe LX
'02, exc cond, loaded,
$13,500. Call 333-1929 or
904-771-9564


WEE'
'-. -a


ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Emi 129 Fern Ben 1-00-(8-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
SL Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N Edl 129 (Yuleel 225-3673
DUVAL FORD
1616 Cassat Ave 387-6541
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 2644502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd 777-3673


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


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 US Hwy.1 S 100456-1689
DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave 899-1900
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



NIMNICHT HUMMER
1550 Cassal Ave. 338-9900


HYUNDAI OF N. JACKSONVILLE
3333 N. Main St 354-1224
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd 642-060
TERRY HYUNDAI
6400 Blanding Blvd 777-5550


ATLANTIC INFINm
10980 Atlantic Blvd 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd 998-7111


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd 642-1500
BF= l


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Soutlhside Blvd 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 WellsRd 269-1033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT
1736 Cassa Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95Exi 129 FernBch
1-800-228-7454


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

SIsuzu Rodeo '00
45,000 miles, very
good cond. $8000.
obo. 272-0899
4, JEEP CHEROKEE
tISPORT '98 Good
condition. $6996,
AT, Dark green
with tan interior.
247-0797 or 502-5742
Jeep Grand Cherokee '04
Spec. Ed. silver/tan Ithr,
9kmi, $22,900. 3343620
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
'04 LIMITED
4X4, loaded, low miles
$23,990
Call 794-9990
JIMMY GMC 01
S$10,300 OBO 68 k
L hwy ml, new baa-
tery, tow pkg CD
player great interior
422-0907
KIA SPORTAGE '01. V6 at,
ac loaded, low miles.
$860 down. 699-9669
1- LAND ROVER DIS-
COVERY '03, dual
sunroof, leather,
CED, $24,859
Brumos Porsche
725.9155
www.brumos.com
i LAND ROVER RANGE
ROVER HSE '04,
SNavigation, leather,
sunroof, $67,859
Brumos Porsche
725.9155
www.brumos.com
UNCOLN LS V8 '02
Loaded, only 23k miles
$21,990
Call 794-9990
NISSAN PATHFINDER '01
A/C, pwr equipment.
only k miles $13,990
Call 794-9990
SUZUKI GRAND VITARA
01 4x4, great for towing
Immac. shape, need to
sell fast $8995. 389-7700
SUZUKI VERONA '04. 7yr
100K warr only 9Kmi will
finan w/$0O dn. 389-7700
TOYOTA RUNNER '02.
Very clean, $240/mo
WAC. Call now 338-1055


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
S SUV's
TOYOTA RAV4 '03. Very
low miles, must sell.
$280mo. wac. 338-1055

1345 Vans/Buses
DODGE Caravan SE '02
very clean, 68,450mi's,
$7560904-9088321

& Dodge Ram 250 '94
1 high top conver-
Sson van 94K ml
custom wheels,
rims, TV, VCR. 4 cap-
tains chairs, AC, cruise
PW, PL, $4000. 908-0026
FORD AEROSTAR '96 -
88,500 orig. ml. Exc.
Cond. $3500. 343-4920

FORD E150 '04
Cargo Van Still under
Factory Warranty
$15.990
Call 794-9990
FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr,
AT, dual AC loaded.
$8975. Call 69-9669 -
4, FORD WINDSTAR
SLX '95 -Teal/grey
1FR 3.8L V6. AT, PL, -.
Keyless entry
needs work $1500obo ,
Chris 779-1594 PCS
HONDA ODYSSEY'97,.
80K, white, exc conld,
new tires $7K 230-1416
MAZDA MPV '01
Low miles. $11,995 -
Call 334 7253
TOYOTA SIENNA XLE '03
Clean low ml $310 mo
wac. $19,988. 338-1055

1 t=nMiscellaneous
1350 Auto
4, Brand new Arltal
r remote car starter
|model 4000 remote
engine start, door
locks,trunk for $ 85.00 call
220-4776
Truck Cap Century
STbrand fiberglasscus-
|tom fit Nissan 86.5 97
King Cab excellent
condition $250 call 284-4883


Call or stop by and see
Styxx Jenkins

,Bring in this ad for
extra savings!
/ Military and First
- W Time Buyers
-*^ Welcome!
NIMNICHT


891-8672 or CHEVROLET
387-4041 GMC-HUMMER
| ^1550 CASSAT AVE


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


LAMBORGHINI-ORLANDO
895 N Ronald Reaan Blv.
Longw Orlan Fl 407-339-34.3


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Ailanic Blvd. 721-5000


NORTH FLORIDA UNCOLN MERCURY
4620 Soutnside Blvd 642-14100
7447 Blanding Blvd 777-3000


MATHENY LOTUS
11211 Atlantic Blvd 642-1500


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlanmc Blvd 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 PhllpS Hwy 260.9222
www cityautomotDve com
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd 779-8100


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


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd 724-2310
GARBER
BUICK-PONT1AC-GMC
Green Cove Spnrings 264-4502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
3919 Philips HwV. 733-1616
WILSON
PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC
US 1Seeot St Agi -l(797457


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


ROLLS ROYCE-ORLANDO
895N Rona BRean Blv
Longood ando 407-339-3443



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


SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Aantc Blvd 7258200


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding BNld. 779M071



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassai Ave. 389-7700



ARUNGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S 1 South St. Aug
80-622888 or 904-797800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassal Ave. 389-4561



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



O'STEEN VOLVOO
2525 Philips Hy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 AtlanticBlvd 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd 724-3511

BRUMOS PRE-OWNED
10384 Allantic Blvd. 641-2500
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P 269-5002
DRIVE TICKET
www.divoletic com
8908 Atlantc Blvd 425-00i


10384 Atlantc Blvd 998-0012

FRANK GRIFFIN SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd 269-1033

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlanic Blv 371-4877
COGGIN USED CAR
SUPERCENTER
8500 Alan& c Blvd. 724-4999

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