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Creation Date: March 17, 2005
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Changing Hands
FACSFAC lax/ VP-16 Get New Leaders
Page 3


Serving The Fleet
AIMD Jax Keeps Warfighters Ready
Pages 8-9


Save A Life
Bone Marrow Registration Drive
Page 11


THURSDAY, MARCH


www.jaxairnews.com


17, 2005


TOUHING Boots hit the ground at NAS Jax
By101 Mike England and the sea wall before head-
Assistant Editor ing over to the galley for
lunch. The BOG team then


Reminder!
Anyone visiting Building
1 is reminded that there is
limited visitor parking. This
parking area is marked
with signs in the parking
lot. All other parking areas
are for those personnel
working in Building 1 who
have an orange placard
designating them a park-
ing space. This placard
must be visible in their
vehicle. There is also a
designated parking area
specifically for government
vehicles. Tickets will be
issued for those who park
illegally in designated
parking areas.

Celebrate
women's history
The NAS Jacksonville
Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee is hosting 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 at the
galley after the program.
For more information, call
JO1 Mike England at 542-
4877.


The sixth annual Jack-
sonville Acquisition Excel-
lence Conference and
Trade Show, hosted by the
Jacksonville naval commu-
nity, will take place at the
University of North Flori-
da's University Center on
April 13-14. The theme for
this year's conference is
"Transformation: The Pur-
suit of Excellence through
Joint Capabilities.:'
Dave Carey, acclaimed
motivational speaker and
author, will kick-off the
event. Director of Defense
Procurement and Acqui-
sition Policy, Deidre Lee, is
the keynote speaker. This
two-day conference pro-
vides a one-stop educa-
tional opportunity for gov-
ernment and industry per-
sonnel to exchange the
most up-to-date informa-
tion on technical innova-
tions in program manage-
ment, logistics, engineer-
ing, contracting, and budg-
eting through a number of
classes on both days.
Department of Defense
acquisition workforce
members will receive 16
continuous learning points
for participating in both
days of the event. For in-
formation and registration,
go to www.acqconf.com.


Uniform shift
The shift to summer uni-
forms for all personnel in
the Commander, Navy
Region Southeast area of
responsibility is April 4.
The uniform of the day will
be: service dress whites,
summer whites or service
khakis for officers and
chief petty officers and
service dress whites or
summer whites for E6 and
below.


Key leadership from
the Naval Aviation
Readiness Integra-
ted Improvement Program
(NAVRIIP) toured facilities
at NAS Jacksonville March
9 as part of the Navy "Boots
on the Ground" (BOG) proj-
ect.
Flag officers attending
the tour included Rear
Adm. Wally Massenburg,
Naval Air Systems Com-
mand (NAVAIR) assistant
commander for Logistics,
Rear Adm. Michael Roes-
ner, commander, Naval In-
ventory Control Point and
Rear Adm. Peter Williams,
NAVAIR assistant com-
mander for Industrial Op-
erations.
The distinguished visitors
began their tour at the
Aircraft Intermediate Main-
tenance Detachment (AIMD),
where they received firsthand
accounts of readiness prob-
lems from military and civil-
ian maintainers. The team
reviewed the S-3B Flight
Control Systems leading edge
flaps and associated struc-
tures, the H-60 Automatic
Flight Control System, and
the S-3B AN/APS-137 Radar
System. The tour continued
with stops at the aviation
support detachment, VP-161


headed to VP-30 hangar for a
tour of the flight line before
concluding their tour with a
social at the T-Bar.
"These Sailors deserve
everything we can possibly
get to them," explained
Massenburg. "What we've
failed to do in the past 10
years is to get them the
tools. This is part of what
we want to do here with the
BOG project."
Each of the admirals has
a leadership role as a part
of the Naval Aviation
Readiness Improvement
Team (NAVRIT). NAVRIT
is a cross-Navy implemen-
tation team directing
NAVRIIP, a systemic ap-
proach to improving naval
aviation non-deployed
readiness through integrat-
ed requirements, supplier
and budget solutions.
"BOG is a product that
delivers many attributes to
improve non-deployed
readiness. It gives the type
wing commodore another
strong, cross-functional tool
to manage and optimize
available resources,"
Massenburg said. It sup-
ports the fleet and is exact-
ly why this is such an excit-
ing opportunity for us all."
The NAVRIIP program


Photo by PH2 Greg Hathaway
(From left) Rear Adm. Michael Roesner listens as AT1 (AW/SW) David Covington explains the
processes involved in getting a piece of equipment repaired and back into an aircraft March 9
at the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment, Jacksonville.


began in August 2001 when
the Chief of Naval Opera-
tions tasked Commander,
Naval Air Forces Pacific
with the responsibility for
overseeing all of naval avia-


tion. This responsibility
includes implementing a
comprehensive program to
make fundamental process
changes in the way the
Navy provides manpower,


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor


ore than 60 runners from various commands )
aboard NAS Jacksonville joined runners from
all over the world, including six Olympians, in "
this year's 15K Gate River Run. ^,


The annual
event began
with a bang at
8:30 a.m. last
Saturday and
took the 9,269
participants
through old
neighborhoods,
along the St.
Johns River
and for those
who were fortli-
nate enough to
complete the
race, to the top
of the Hart
Bridge, where
they had a sce-
nic view of
downtown
Jacksonville.


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jax Morale Welfare and
Recreation Fitness Instructor Cecille
"Cici" Hartsell stretches her legs a few
minutes before the start of the race.
"Stretching before beginning any athletic
activities is the best way to prevent
injuries," said Hartsell.


Some ran with local news anchor Donna Hicken in
See RIVER RUN, Page 14


AFCM(AW) Pedro Donate and his wife, Miriam, do a light
jog around the Jacksonville Expo Center prior to the
beginning of the annual 15K Gate River Run Saturday.


Inspector general to visit NAS Jax


From staff
Naval Inspector General (NAVINS-
GEN) Vice Adm..Ronald Route will
visit NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. April 5-22 to review
a wide range of areas, including mission
readiness, fleet support, work environment,
training quality of life programs, facilities
and environmental management.
An advance team will visit each of the
three installations April 5-8 to conduct mili-
tary and federal civilian employee focus
groups. As part of the preparation for the

See IG, Page 14


Take the survey by today!
All military, civilian and contractor personnel aboard
NAS Jax are reminded to please go online and take the
anonymous survey on the Navy IG Web site -
http://www.ig.navy.mil/southeastregion.htm. This sur-
vey 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.


equipment and training-to
stateside naval aviation
commands between deploy-
ments.

See BOG, Page 14


North Gate now

open to only

commercial

inbound traffic

From the NAS lax Security
Department
Last Saturday, the NAS
Jacksonville Commercial
Gate was officially closed
to all privately owned vehicles
(POVs). There is a two-week
grace period underway for peo-
ple to get used to this change.
During this period, drivers
will be informed that they are
not to use the Commercial Gate
in the future. POVs can still exit
the base through the
Commercial Gate during its
hours of operation, but due to
staffing and traffic require-
ments, those times are restrict-
ed to 4:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
to Friday. The gate is closed
weekends and holidays.
During the construction phase
of Birmingham and Yorktown
Gates, POVs had access to the
Commercial Gate to expedite
the traffic flow into the station,
especially during peak hours.
With the changes made to
Birmingham Avenue and with
the way the new gates are con-
figured, those accommodations
are no longer needed.
The Commercial Gate is
designed to accommodate Base
Security's need to search the com-
mercial trucks and evaluate the
driver's paperwork. It is a slow
process that requires personnel to
walk back and forth from their
vehicles to the guard house and
back without the threat of POVs
trying to move quickly through
the gate. The gate's closure to
inbound POV's will allow security
personnel to perform their job of
keeping you and the base safe
from terrorists, while providing a
safe location for both themselves
and the drivers of the commercial
vehicles who make deliveries to
the station.


d7:7~~t ~ $-.-.


Sailors, civilians


Acquisition f
conference and face nOtOriOuS
trade show coming .


Axrceltl IVIlulls ter -





2 Jax Al NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Several weeks ago I
wrote a column about
in-laws, and, specifi-
dally, how they shouldn't be
present at military home-
comings. My comments ruf-
fled more than a few moth-
ers-in-law's feathers, but
surprisingly few wives'.
Most shocking of all, howev-
er, was the fact that no one
took my advice to send their
comments straight to my
own mother-in-law instead
of to me.
The next morning after
that column appeared, I was
slammed with angry mes-
Sages from mothers and.
Supportive ones from their
daughters-in-law (imagine
fhat!). An online forum was
flooded with reactions to the
piece, and a battle of mes-
sages was fought between
mothers and wives for sev-
eral weeks.
1 Apparently, I've touched
& nerve.
Here is a sampling of
what some readers had to
.,ay:
"Sorry, but shame on you.
You had an .opportunity to
pnite people who were hurt-
ing rather than to be divi-
sive."


Don't lose
By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Cleet Command Master Chief
id you ever get off
track? Did you ever
lose focus of what's
important in the Navy, or in
your life, and wish someone
could have helped you get
back on track? I'm sure the
answer is yes, but for our
youngest Sailors, those in
their first enlistment, it's
sometimess difficult to keep
focus and digest an entirely
itew culture.
For those Sailors, staying
on track is often difficult.
Many first-term Sailors lose
their way. In fiscal year
2004, almost 4,400 Sailors
departed the Navy prior to
their end of active obligated
service date (EAOS). The
monetary loss to the Navy
was more than $87 million
dollars.
While it's true the Navy
isn't for everyone, and we'll
probably never achieve 100
percent first-term enlist-
ment completion, there is
hope. The Navy has an
intervention program called
Bearings that makes a sig-
nificant impact. Created in
2000, Bearings is a reten-
tion initiative that provides
training on life manage-
merit skills to Sailors who
are considered to be "at
risk" for completing their
first enlistment.
The two-week .program is
responsible for helping save
the Navy more than $23
million in FY-04 alone by
helping more than 1,100
Sailors successfully navi-
gate their way to the end of


"Some families actually
love each other.. -. their love
is something they have in
common and share, rather
than selfishly [keep] only
for themselves."
"Right on! I am the moth-
er of two military sons and
a military daughter-in-law,
and have never been pres-
ent at their return from
deployments."
"I just wanted to say
thanks .... I laughed till I
cried and then forwarded it
to my soldier."
"Sorry, but I disagree with
your viewpoint, and family
values [homecoming] is
the reward for the nights
you cried your eyes out and
prayed till you had no more
words .I just think we
need to be more inclusive,
and not so insecure."
After reading the more
than 60 replies, I've come to
this one realization: moth-
ers-in-law are crazy!
No, I'm only kidding; just
wanted to make sure you
were still reading.
What I meant to say is,
mothers and wives have a
serious case of misunder-
standing each other, which I
will try to straighten out
here.
People say losing a spouse
is the hardest thing one can


face. On the stress-factor
scale it ranks even higher
than losing a child or par-
ent. Why? Because when
someone loses a child or a
parent, they still have their
spouse to lean on. When
someone loses a spouse,
however, their greatest sup-
port system has been ripped
from their lives.
I bring this up to illus-
trate one very important
point: when a man leaves
for deployment, it is an
entirely different experience
for his wife than it is for his
mother.
Chances are the mother is
already accustomed to not
seeing her son on a regular
basis. And hopefully he isn't
her main source of support.
But for the wife, the hus-
band's absence is not only a
life altering experience, it is
a day-to-day altering one as
well.
This is why homecoming
is so important to the wife.
She has not only worried
and prayed as much as the
mother has, she has also
been both mother and
father to her children, taken
care of a house, eaten hun-
dreds of meals alone, and
gone to bed night after
night without her spouse.
I liken the experience of


homecoming to having my
husband in the delivery
room when we had our first
baby.
I didn't invite my mother-
in-law in to witness and cel-
ebrate Ford's arrival, but it
wasn't because I was being
selfish. No, it was because
Ford's birth affected Dustin
and me in a different way
than it did her, and I didn't
feel obligated to share the
experience with anyone
else. (That, plus other rea-
sons involving modesty and
hospital gowns, of course.)
Obviously (if my Inbox is
any indication) there are
several sides to this story,
and I admit I don't fully
understand the mothers'.
Yet someday maybe I will. I
have two sons, and eventu-
ally I will be the dreaded
"mother-in-law." I'm sure I'll
make my share of mistakes
and irritate my daughters-
in-law, and probably even
earn some nicknames, too.
But if Ford and Owen join
the military, I can promise
you this: I won't be at home-
coming. (And, oh, I won't be
in the delivery room either.)
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah
smiley.com.


HEY, MONEYMANI


Hey, Moneyman:
I'm a bright guy, my Navy
career is on track, good
health, and life is great.
My problem is that I don't
have clue about finances
and feel that I need to get
that area of my life organ-
ized. Any tips on how to
begin?
MoneyMan sez:
I'm glad to hear that life
i's great. Now you can
aake it even better since
you are contemplating your
future with finances. Let's
break down your financial
planning into four cate-
gories for an easy focus:
Understand where you
want to go. What are your
goals for the future? How
would you like your money
to work for you?
Understand where you
are now. How does your
~noney come in and go out?


questions, created a plan.
The tricky part comes with
having the discipline to


How much do you have and
what do you owe?
Understand what is
getting in the way. What
are the obstacles to reach-
ing your financial goals?
Make a plan and follow it.
The key is being honest
with yourself when it comes
to these answers. Once you
have thought through these


stick to it!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


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


.RBH2IRILU) BRRNDpN HENNESSEY

Job title/command:
Transient Line


track maintaining your bearings
include: military bearing (DAPMA); and Navy
issues; lack of coping/adapt- College. Additionally, the
H- ing skills; financial prob- Chaplain's Religious
Slems; prior unauthorized Enrichment Development
absence; lack of motivation; Operation (CREDO) facili-
attitude/anger/stress issues; states a self-introspective
alcohol-related issues; prior personal growth retreat.
disciplinary review board or In addition to the educa-
executive officer's inquiry; tion, Sailors are instructed
disrespect; and substandard through musters, personnel
performance. inspections, physical train-
Whether Sailors needs ing (three complete PFAs),
help with one or several of and have required reading
the above issues, sending assignments. The program
them to Bearings might keeps Sailors busy and con-
help ensure~they overcome tinually moves them for-
the issue and are.more pro- ward, learning more and
ductive in the future, more about their individual
FLTCM(AW/SW) Exit interviews with strengths and how they help
jon Thompson Sailors who complete the Navy.
their enlistment. Bearings are amazing. The Bearings program is
The reason I want to dis- Most graduating students worth our support. We, as
cuss this program is I'm not are delighted they had the leaders, should closely
sure everyone in the fleet opportunity to learn so screen our people and know
truly understands Bearings, much about themselves and when to enter them into
or at what stage commands why it's so important for this program. It's in all of
should send Sailors to this them to perform at their our best interests to help
program. best for the good of the Sailors help themselves.
First and foremost, Navy team. Almost all of Bearings allows Sailors to
Bearings is not punishment. them say they wish they build life skills that promote
Bearings is not for habitual had gone to the program both successful professional
troublemakers, or a "last earlier and also say they and personal lives.
ditch effort" to keep a Sailor think it would be a good Keep in mind Bearings is
in the Navy. Rather, idea for all first-term a tool, and is not an alterna-
Bearings is for those Sailors Sailors to go to Bearings. tive to providing daily lead-
who have started to lose Why is this program so ership, counseling and men-
their way, before they begin successful? It's actually torship to our Sailors.
a pattern of misconduct. quite simple. Bearings is Nothing is more important
Most leaders recognize sort of like a super Navy than learning as much as
some symptoms early. indoctrination. The two- possible about your people
Bearings is most effective week program exposes and what their skills and
when administered shortly Sailors to a whole host of interests are. As you learn
after a Sailor starts to get information from many about them, you'll better
off track, but prior to organizations. Throughout recognize when they may
Captain's Mast or serious the course, Sailors learn need a little boost from
trouble that might make it from representatives from some outside help.
impossible for him or her to the Navy Family Support For more information,
complete their first enlist- Center; Morale, Welfare and visit: LANTFLT: http://
ment. Recreation (MWR) program; www02.clf.navy.mil/bear-
The top 10 reasons Sailors Drug and Alcohol Program ings. PACFLT: http'//www.
are sent to Bearings Management Activity rso.navy.mil/index.


A JRNET TRFT BELL

'P Job title/command:
Inventory Mgmt. Specialist
FISC Jax

HometoaW Jacksonville


Family Life: Happily -iarfied t Michael Bell
for 24 years. We-havq one sop; Travys.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Cecil Field

Career Plans: To co tfiue my education
and upward mobility in the U.S. government.

Most interesting Experience.:,/
Celebrating rhy 25th cIa$!. reunion, saying
around Key West, Bahan and CQumel.
Looking forward to my,3 tl aing in
Hawaii.

Words of Wisdom: Having faith in God_
and believing that all things are possible
through him that strengthens me.
...I.!.. IM! lrllM W M.. I M I WM.M.. M... .. ...^l^Il : ..


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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ................. Capt Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P."Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.+. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
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FROM THE FLEET


I Hometown' Odessa, Texas


Family -f Marred .with;one child.
-

Past Duty Stations S John F. Kennedy
(CV 67)

Career Plans: Tofetirfrom the Navy.with
20 years of tsevice. '2- .

Most Interestinrg Exeriece: Training
junior Sailors.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Some moms just don't understand homecomings


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JaxAir NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005 3


Buehn to assume command of

FACSFAC Jax in ceremony today
By E72(5W) Bill Larned
FACSFAC Jax PAO Or MWc~ W


Capt. Robert Buehn Jr.
will relieve Capt.
James Cardosi in a
Change of Command cere-
mony at Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility
(FACSFAC) Jax today at
noon.
Buehn graduated from
the University of Florida in
1973, and worked as a
reporter for the Stuart
News in Stuart, Fla. for five
years.
He entered Aviation
Officer Candidate School in
February 1978 and was
commissioned as an ensign
in May.
After completing jet flight
training in Meridian, Miss.,
in 1980, Buehn reported to
S-3A training at VS-41 in
San Diego and then joined
VS-24 at NAS Cecil Field.
The squadron was involved
in two Mediterranean
deployments with USS
Nimitz (CVN-68).
Buehn qualified as a land-
ing safety officer (LSO) at
VS-41 from 1984 to 1986,
followed by air wing LSO
duty with Carrier Air Wing
14 aboard USS
Constellation (CV-64). On
the carrier he saw two
deployments in the
Northern and Western
Pacific and Indian Ocean.
In the Persian Gulf, his
carrier group supported
Operation Earnest. Will.
The operation involved
escorting oil tankers
through the Strait of
Hormuz. He also was
involved in cross training in
the F-14.
Buehn was selected in
1988 as Commander, Naval
Air Force Pacific landing
safety officer, in charge of all
fleet and fleet replacement
squadron LSO programs in
Air Force Pacific.
This was followed by serv-
ice as maintenance officer in
VS-28, aboard USS


Forrestal (CV-59), where he
flew missions over northern
Iraq during Operation
Provide Comfort. After
attending the Naval War
College in Newport, R.I., in
1993, he served as chief
staff officer to Commander,
Sea Control Wing, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet at NAS Cecil
Field.
Assuming command of the
VS-32 "Maulers" in 1995,
Buehn led the squadron on
the final deployment of USS
America (CV-66) during
Bosnia operations in the
Adriatic.
After being selected as the
executive officer for USS
Constellation, he deployed
to the Arabian Gulf in 1997.
After service aboard the car-
rier, he helped establish the
new Navy Welfare
Development Command in
Newport.
Buehn assumed command
of U.S. Naval Base,
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
from May 2000 to March
2003. From there, he
became chief of staff for
Commander Carrier Strike
Group 14, deploying to the
North Arabian Gulf aboard
USS Enterprise (CVN-65)
and to Summer Pulse 2004,
the first test of the Navy's
Fleet Response Plan.
As a pilot, he has logged
more than 5.000 flight
hours and 860 carrier land-
ings. He is married to the
former Debra Witaschek of
Lakewood, Colo. They have


two sons, Tom and Will.
Cardosi, assumed com-
mand on April, 18, 2004.
He led the facility to
unprecedented success, sup-
porting every fleet require-
ment.
He scheduled, de-conflict-
ed and controlled over 100
large-scale operations,
including the work-ups for
six carrier battle groups,
two Tomahawk operation
tests, 37 Kennedy Space
Center launches, and
numerous missile exercises.
He led the development
and integration of the train-
ing and resource strategy
into the successful support
of all mission requirements
for the first three
COMPTUEXs completed in
the Jacksonville operating
area, due to the closure of
the Atlantic Fleet Weapons
Training Facility ranges.
Cardosi also oversaw the
Northern Right Whale
Fusion Center allowing
Navy assets to safely oper-
ate in and around the desig-
nated critical habitat while
maintaining an effective
environmental conservation
program for Right Whales.
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command of the Pinecastle
Bombing Range. His exem-
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Navy career. Cardosi is
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remain in the Jacksonville
area.


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VP-16 PAO


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electrical engineering, he
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1987.
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Iceland, as a member of
the VP-16 War Eagles.


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tor. In that capacity, he
served as the mainte-


nance administration offi-
cer, schedules officer and
the P-3 NATOPS evalua-
tor.
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CSCWL PAO
ut of a prestigious list of outstand-
ing Sea and Shore Sailors repre-
senting COMSEACON-
WINGLANT, two Sailors emerged as the
"best of the best." PR1(AW/SW/FMF)
Warren Dykes assigned to Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
(AIMD) Jacksonville was recognized as
the COMSEACONWINGLANT Shore
Sailor of the Year for 2004 and ATI(AW)
Donald Lemcool assigned to VS-24 was
selected the COMSEACONWINGLANT
Sea Sailor of the Year for 2004.
Dykes, a Philadelphia native who has
been in the Navy 17 years, has continued
a stellar Navy career after arriving at
AIMD Jacksonville in April 2002. His
exceptional technical competence, strong
judgment, and superb leadership qualities
are the norm in his daily performance as
the production control chief. He manages


WingLant Si
the daily workload of 720 personnel in 56
production work centers and is responsi-
ble for tracking and reporting bench sta-
tus of over 400 test benches and associat-
ed test equipment.
Despite his busy schedule, Dykes volun-
teers for numerous military and civilian
community events including Special
Olympics, Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Lakeside Elementary
Parent/Teacher Association, Angel Aid
Foundation for terminally ill children.
Lemcool, a Texas native who has been
in the Navy 18 years, currently works at
VS-24. As the mid-shift maintenance
dhief, his personal initiative has ensured
100 percent aircraft availability for a
myriad of VS-24 missions, maintaining
the Chief of Naval Operations ready for
training and baseline aircraft minimum
standards. He was handpicked to perform
all duties and responsibilities of a detach-
ment leading petty officer and flight deck
coordinator during the squadron's flight


sailors of Year announced


deck certification aboard USS Ronald
Reagan (CVN 76). Team building at its
best was demonstrated as he trained and
developed 25 junior personnel into a
dynamic group of flight deck trou-
bleshooters.
Despite his busy schedule, this Lemcool


volunteered to help with the annual
Multi-Cultural Awareness Fair and
assists Habitat for Humanity.
Both Dykes and Lemcool will go on to
compete for the Commander, Naval Air
Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet Sea Sailor of
the Year honors.


SERCC

announces

Sailors of

the Year

From the Southeast
Regional Calibration
Center
S K(AW) David Whip-
ple has been recog-
nized by the South-
east Regional Calibration
Center (SERCC) as their
Sailor of the Year. AT1
(AW/SW) Jesse Schwartz is
SERCC's Junior Sailor of
the Year.
Whipple, a native of
Olean, N.Y., joined the
Navy in October 1990. His
duty stations include: USS
Forrestal (CV-58), VQ-6,
NAS Cecil Field, HS-15,
NAS Jacksonville and USS
George Washington (CVN-
73).
In November 2002,
Whipple transferred to the
SERCC where he is


SK1 (AW) David Whipple
assigned to the supply
work center as the leading
petty officer.
He is responsible for all
supply related activities
throughout the command.
He also established the
command purchase card
and command urinalysis
programs.
Whipple is married to
the former Dianne Wood.
Schwartz, a native of
Laurence Harbor, N.J.
joined the Navy in
February 1999. His duty
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Duty Component and
NTTU Keesler AFB in


AT1 (AW) Jesse Schwartz
Biloxi, Miss.
In February 2004,
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Through his diligent
efforts and expert manage-
rial skills Schwartz's 2M
Program received zero dis-
crepancies in the most
recent AMMT and JNACT
inspections, which lead to
his selection as the Junior
Sailor of the Quarter for
the fourth quarter of 2004
and subsequently as
SERCC Junior Sailor of
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military

families

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
he City of Jacksonville
as enacted a special
property tax reim-
bursement grant to qualified
military personnel serving
on combat duty who live in
Duval County. The Mil-itary
Affairs/Veterans Service
Office at City Hall is admin-
istering this program.
"The city council, led by
District 5 Council Member
Art Shad, a veteran Marine
who served during Desert
Storm, sponsored this city
ordinance to show respect
and appreciation for those
serving in combat zones dur-
ing the war on terrorism,"
said Major Margaret
Weitzel, USMCR, who man-
ages the Military Affairs
and Veterans Services office.
Qualified personnel
include all military resi-
dents who had a homestead
exemption on property in
Duval County and were
ordered 'nto a combat zone
during calendar year 2004.
Those qualified are enti-
tled to a grant of up to
$2,000 per calendar year of
the ad valorem city tax con-
tribution. Applicants have
three years to file for this
reimbursement after the
year they served in a combat
zone.
Active military combat
duty applies to military per-
sonnel who served in an
active capacity, including
active duty personnel,
reservists and National
Guard personnel, in a com-
bat zone for a named United
States military conflict.
A combat zone is any area
the president designates by
executive order as an area
in which the U.S. Armed
Forces are engaging or have
engaged in combat.
The process to obtain this
grant is fairly simple:
Go to http://tc.coj.net/real
estate/ and obtain your real
estate number.
Then, go to the tax collec-
tor's downtown office at 231
E. Forsythe Street and
obtain a copy of the paid
receipt of your taxes and
homestead exemption.
Then obtain a copy of
proof of combat service such
as your leave and earning
statement (LES) indicating
combat pay during the peri-
od applying for, letter from
the respective unit com-
mander or personnel office
stating combat duty and
dates, (or any other official
certifiable documentation
specifying dates of combat
duty).
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175 and your tax reimburse-
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The nose knows
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REDCOM SE names



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VP-5 on det in Sig


By102 William Lovelady
REDCOM SE Public Affairs
Naval Reserve Readi-
ness Command South-
east recently an-
nounced its Full Time Support
(FTS) and Selected Reserve
(SELRES) Sailor of the Year.
IT1(SW/AW) Marisol Dumlao
the FTS Sailor of the Year,
works in REDCOM Head-
quarters here, while GM1
(SEAL/SS) Paul Basal the
SELRES Sailor of the Year, is
attached to the Naval and
Marine Corps Reserve Center
Atlanta.
It would be hard to find
two Sailors on more diver-
gent careers paths than
Dumlao and Basal, but it
would be impossible to
overstate the contributions
they make to Navy mission
accomplishment.
Working in the Infor-


mation Technology Depart-
ment, Dumlao developed
and implemented new prac-
tices that radically im-
proved defense messaging
system operational readi-
ness, improved information
assurance vulnerability
alert tracking, and reduced
processing times, in some
cases, from two weeks to 24
hours. Her efforts greatly
reduced friction while
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Dumlao also responds to
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through the region, Basal
prepares special warfare
troops for deployment to


combat zones.
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global war on terrorism.
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requested by the command-
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8 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005


AIMD


Sailors


keep


NAS


Jax's


squadrons airborne

Byj01 Mike England -
Assistant Editor


AE2 Angel Lugo installs new safety wiring on
the power section of a P-3 Orion.


AD2 Leeann Taylor adjusts a SA-19 engine
mount.


AM3 Mark Paiz makes adjustments to the
spoiler of a P-3 Orion at AIMD's 500 Divi-
sion.


AE2(AW) Rey Orola (front) and AE3 Michael
Walker perform maintenance on a motor
driven tubeaxial fan, which is used to cool
avionic equipment in a P-3 Orion.


Wile many service members are
overseas fighting the war on ter-
ror, it can be easy to forget the
people behind the scenes who work tire-
lessly to ensure the warfighters have
everything they need to accomplish their
missions.
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jacksonville (AIMD Jax), one
of the largest commands aboard NAS Jax,
is one such group. They provide intermedi-
ate level maintenance, inspection, test and
check, calibration, component repair and
maintenance of support equipment to the
P-3, S-3, H-60 and air wings.
"Our job is to keep our aircraft airborne
and safe for our pilots to fly," said AIMD
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW)
Gary Alford.
AIMD has the capability to test, repair
and service more than 16,000 different air-
craft components. The level of these
repairs ranges from the small delicate and
detailed work performed by micro-minia-
ture repair technicians to the complex
work performed by engine mechanics.
The Sailors at AIMD find innovative
ways to repair whatever is broken to
ensure the air wing is always ready to
carry out it's mission. They also coordinate
the shipping of components that must be
repaired off-site.
The 600 Division, considered the largest
division in AIMD, with more than one-
third of the personnel assigned to it, per-
forms varied tasks. The avionics work cen-
ters within the division provide electrical
and electronic repair of aircraft radios,
radars, navigation equipment, generators,
instruments, missile launchers and bomb
racks.
"Our shop repairs and maintains com-
munication equipment for the aircraft, "
stated ATAN James Marhenke. "We oper-
ate on a day/night shift schedule and pro-
vide weekend maintenance as well."
Some of the Sailors in the division also
work with the Consolidated Automated
Support Systems (CASS) equipment that
was developed in 1994. This system is able
to create a mock of what the aircraft does,
allowing the Sailors to specifically trou-
bleshoot a problem within the aircraft.
"The CASS is an extremely advanced
and a more efficient system," explained
AT2(AW) Adam Trimm.
The division is also responsible for
repairing antisubmarine warfare equip-
ment on P-3's, which can present many
challenges."
"Obtaining parts for old gear can become
timely, so we make sure we use our
resources wisely," added AT2 William
Lewandowski.
Another busy division within AIMD is
the 800 Division. These paraloft experts
are constantly inspecting and repairing
aviation support equipment. Navy para-
chute riggers used to only pack para-
chutes. Now they service, maintain and
repair flight clothing, rubber life rafts, life
jackets, oxygen-breathing gear, protective
clothing and air-sea rescue equipment.
These pieces of safety equipment are
essential for surviving emergencies like
fires and chemical attacks and emergency
evacuations.
"We provide our customers with timely,
quality aviation support and maintenance
services to ensure optimum readiness and
accountability," stated 800 Division
Leading Chief Petty Officer PRC(SW)
Bruce Ayres.
"I deal with all aviation life-support gear.
It could be anything from parachutes, sur-
vival slings or life rafts. It's gear that
pilots and aircrew need to survive if forced
down over land or sea," said PRAN Kevin
Juma.
"Everything is by the book and about
attention to detail," explained PR3
Jeremiah Cranford. "As a parachute rigger,
I know that aircrew and flight deck per-
sonnel can accomplish their mission,
because I have provided them with the
gear they need."
There is never a dull moment for the 500
Division, also known as the airframes
shop. The tire shop, composite shop, struc-
ture shop, welding shop and powder coat-
ing shop all belong to the versatile aviation
mechanics. These aviation mechanics work
around the clock. Airframe work centers
repair and maintain nearly every non-elec-
trical and non-mechanical aircraft compo-
nent.
"We repair constructual components of
aircraft for all the squadrons," said AM3
Mark Paiz.
High-time maintenance items, such as
tires and hydraulic equipment are repeat-
edly cycling through the airframes shop.
Extremely fast takeoffs and landings are
hard on an aircraft. This maintenance is


AT2(AW/SW) Scott Ouellette repairs the flight control test set of a S-3 Viking in AIMD's 69B
shop.


AD2(AW) Alberto Marin repairs a P-3 Orion engine.


AD3(AW) Jonnie Luckett installs a new combustion can on a turbine off of a P-3 Orion engine
at AIMD's 400 Division.


vital to the aircraft and the pilots who fly
them. Various parts and panels are sawed,
shaped, drilled, welded, and laboratory
tested before they go back in the aircraft.
Structural damage resulting from an acci-
dent calls for immediate action.
AIMD relies on 400 Division to trou-
bleshoot, repair and rebuild aircraft
engines and many of the systems that go
along with them.
"We meet the demands of our squadrons
24/7," said 400 Division Officer Lt. j. g.
Elliott Youngblood. "They rely on us to pro-
vide them with best aircraft engines in the
world to help them accomplish their mis-
sion."
These divisions provide highly technical
support for the P-3, S-3, H-60, and wing
aircraft seven days a week. They ensure
that every piece of gear is in sound work-
ing order prior to the next take off, thereby,
contributing to the overall success of each
squadron's mission.


In addition to performing their primary
mission, AIMD has been tasked with
implementing the Airspeed Program into
their command. "Airspeed is a program
designed to make us a much more effi-
cient, cost effective organization," Alford
said. "It has really forced all of us to
become efficiency experts and find new
way to keep costs down," he added.
Much of AIMD's dedication and hard
work have paid off both on and off duty.
They were nominated for the Phoenix
maintenance excellence award and they
captured the 2004 NAS Jacksonville
Captain's Cup for intramural sports excel-
lence. All of this was in addition to the
numerous individual accolades that AIMD
Sailors have received.
"I think that overall this is great place to
work," said AIMD Officer in Charge Cmdr.
Stuart Alexander. "My Sailors make me
proud to be part of AIMD Jacksonville
everyday."




JAir lNews, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005 9


(From left) AT2(AW) Wesley Verret and ATAN Zachary Grigg repair a circuit
card from a P-3 Orion.


AE2(AW) Shannon Jervis performs maintenance on a S-3 Viking's angle of attack indicator in the 62B shop.


AD2(AW) Kevin Williams cleans a T-56 engine at AIMD's 400 Division. The
T-56 is the engine for the P-3 Orion.


SPhotos by
JO1 Mike England


AD2(AW) Moises Vargas performs preventive maintenance on a T-56.


Cable Technician AT2(AW/SW) Trinette Fergson builds a
cable from scatch at the Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax cable repair shop.


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Al (AW) Andre Moore performs preventive mainte-
nance on the master (aumlion panel of a S-3 Viking.


AT3 Michael Haber troubleshoots a magnetic anomaly detector (A
water.


MAD). P-3 Orions use the MAD to detect submarines in the





10 laxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005


Taylor retires after 28 years of service


From AIMD
Lt. Cmdr. Franklin Taylor
will retire tomorrow after
28 years of distinguished
naval service. Taylor is currently
attached to Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
Jacksonville (AIMD Jax).
Taylor, a native of Vernon, Fla.,
attended boot camp in May 1977
at Recruit Training Command,
Orlando, Fla. After basic training
he attended Aviation Mainten-
ance Administrationman Appren-
tice training at Navy Technical
Training Command NAS Meri-
dian, Miss. Taylor then participat-
ed in the Hometown Assistant
Recruiter Program and was
detailed to the Naval Recruiting
District Montgomery, Ala. in
September 1977. He then trans-
ferred to Naval Recruiting
Station, Panama City, Fla.
His first permanent duty sta-
tion was at Naval Air Facility,
Sigonella, Sicily, Italy where he
as assigned to the Aircraft Inter-
mediate Maintenance Depart-
ment working in Production
Control and the 400 Division as


Lt. Cmdr. Franklin Taylor
the aircraft engine logs and
records clerk.
In April 1978, Taylor received
orders HS-5 where he made
deployments aboard USS Dwight
D Eisenhower (CVN-69) and
obtained the rank of petty officer
third class. His command was
embarked aboard Eisenhower


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Commissaries to promote


Navy OneSource program
By Bonnie Powemll ms rAnc
Defense Commissary Agency W- Swn41 MUM


Need advice on con-
sumer debt?
Feeling depressed?
Help is on the way.
Military OneSource is the
newest member of the mili-
tary family support team,
and commissaries are step-
ping up to the plate to help
increase awareness of the
program.
Provided by the Defense
Department (DoD) at no
cost to service members
and their families, Military
OneSource is available 24
hours a day, seven days a
week on the Web at http://
www.militaryonesource.co
m
Users need only type
"military" for the user ID
and "onesource" for the
password to gain entry to.
the site.
"Military members who
forget how to log in to this
great resource will be
reminded while they are
shopping in their local
commissary the next few
months and even after
they get home," said
Patrick Nixon, acting
director and chief execu-
tive officer for the Defense
Commissary Agency. "The
reminders will come in the
form of posters in stores,
pins on cashiers, and even
OneSource messages on
our grocery bags."
The Pentagon's steward
of communities and fami-
lies said the exposure the
commissaries can give
Military OneSource will be
a big boost for the pro-
gram.
"Commissaries have a
tremendous amount of vis-
ibility in the military com-
munity," said John Molino,
deputy undersecretary of
defense for military com-
munity and family policy.
"So putting the OneSource
message in front of mil-
lions of commissary cus-
tomers should help
increase awareness of this
valuable source of help for
military families."
Nixon voiced the Defense
Commissary Agency's dedi-


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Photo by MiHam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commissary Baggers Daniel Dickersonn
(left) and Frankie Fortier, bag groceries into new brown bags
promoting the NavyOne Source Program March 8.


cation to the people the
agency serves. "Our 272
commissaries worldwide
have a commitment to
being actively involved in
the military community,"
said Nixon, "and we share
DoD's interest in making
sure we do whatever we
can to get the word out to
military shoppers with a
need for this service."
Military OneSource on
the Web contains a wealth
of information and advice
as well as pointers to serv-
ices ranging from counsel-
ing either by phone or in
person by masters-level
consultants, to information
on family support, emo-
tional support, debt man-
agement, and legal issues,
among other topics; all at
no cost to the service mem-
ber.
Once on the Web site, to
protect confidentiality,
users will be asked only for
their branch of service and
installation.
"Formerly, Military
OneSource was service-
specific," said Molino. "Now
the information is all on
one Web site, available at
one common phone number
and part of one great fami-


There are no limits to caring.
1.800.899.0089 voa.org
Provided as a public service.


Mon-


ly service."
Military OneSource also
can be reached toll free at
(800) 342-9647 from the
United States or (800)
3429-6477 from outside the
United States, using coun-
try-specific access codes.
The Web site also directs
users to toll-free help lines
for the United States and
overseas.


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during the Iran hostage crisis.
In November 1980, Taylor
reported to Commander, Fleet Air
Western Pacific Detachment,
Cubi Point, Philippines, where he
was assigned to the Fleet Air
Western Pacific Repair Activity as
the liaison to fleet activities for
the scheduling and induction of
aircraft requiring field team
repairs. During this tour he
achieved the rank of petty officer
first class.
His next tour took him to VA-46
at NAS Cecil Field where he was
the leading petty officer (LPO) in
Maintenance Control and served
as the aircraft logs and records
manager. During this tour he
made numerous detachments to
NAS Fallon, Nev. and work-ups
and deployments aboard USS
America (CV 66).
In January 1986, Taylor trans-
ferred to VA-105 as LPO in
Maintenance Control where he
completed deployments aboard
USS Forrestal (CV 59).
In June 1988, Taylor reported
to NAS Key West, Fla., where he
was assigned as to the Organiza-


tion Maintenance Department
supporting the station SH-3D
search and rescue unit. A year
later, he terminated shore duty
for orders to VFA-195 homeported
NAF Atsugi, Japan flying the
F/A-18A and F/A-18C aircraft on
board USS Midway (CV 41).
During this tour, his unit took
part in Operations Desert Shield
and Desert Storm. Taylor was
also promoted to chief petty offi-
cer and was selected for the
Limited Duty Officer program.
Taylor reported for his first offi-
cer tour to VRC-50 in Guam in
May 1993, where he served at
maintenance control officer. When
the squadron decommissioned in
October 1994, Taylor was
assigned to VRC-30, Detachment
5 at NAF Atsugi, Japan, as the
squadron's maintenance officer.
During his tour, the detachment
completed numerous deployments
aboard USS Independence. He
was also promoted to lieutenant
and received recognition as the
Maintenance Officer of the Year
1996 from Commander, Airborne
Early Warning Wing Pacific.


In January 1997, Taylor report-
ed to the Naval Engineering
Servicing Unit (NAESU)
Detachment, Atsugi, Japan as the
unit officer-in-charge.
From there, Taylor transferred
to HS-15 as the Maintenance/
Material Control officer support-
ing the SH-60F and HH-60H air-
craft and made detachments
aboard the USS John F. Kennedy
and USS George Washington.
Taylor was promoted to lieu-
tenant commander in May 2001
and reported to AIMD Jax as the
assistant officer-in-charge.
During his final tour of duty
Taylor also served as the
Maintenance/Material Control
officer responsible for the produc-
tion efforts of approximately 750
maintenance personnel support-
ing 17 tenant commands flying
the SH-60F, HH-60H, P-3C and
the S-3B aircraft.
Taylor is married to the former
Christina Narte Salvador of
Bacolod City, Philippines and
they have one son, Michael. They
currently plan to stay in the
Jacksonville area.









DoD

From Naval Hospital lax
Affairs
Jennifer is a beaut
year-old with the i
of any young girl -
with her friends, listenir
CD's, dancing and doing
twin sisters, Julia and J
six-month-old twins w
attempting to master roll
and enjoy laughing and
at their older siblings.
But these young ladies
like everyone else. Each
has been diagnosed with
Anemia and undergoes
testing to check thei
counts.
An estimated 30,000 c
and adults in the Unitec
more than 500 of them
Department of Defense (D
diagnosed each yea
leukemia, aplastic anm
other fatal blood disea


Program

Public many of these people, a bone mar-
row transplant is their only hope.
Because tissue types are inherit-
iful six- ed and some tissue types are
interests unique to certain racial or ethnic
playing groups, a patient's best chance is
ig to her within his or her ethnic and
art. Her racial group. Since 70 percent of
orja, are the patients in need of a marrow
who are transplant cannot find a match
ling over within their own family, a strong
smiling national database is essential for
identifying potential donors. The
are not larger and more diverse the
of them National Marrow Donor Registry
Fanconi becomes, the greater the chance
periodic of finding life saving matches.
r blood The Department of Defense
established its own marrow donor
children center, the C. W. Bill Young
d States, Marrow Donor Center in
a in the Kensing-ton, Md., to meet the
)oD), are special needs of the military.
r with While donors through the DoD
emia or program join the National
ses. For Marrow Donor Registry, a sepa-


JaxAir NeWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005 11



seeks potential heroes


rate donor management system
offers a secure system to facilitate
the process. The DoD program
also has another important, very
unique mission to provide imme-
diate donor searches in the event
of a mass casualty incident
involving nuclear or chemical
agents. Military casualties may
be rescued using human leuko-
cyte antigen (HLA) matched
platelets or, in cases of more
severe exposure, marrow donated
by a volunteer. This mission is
one for which the time frame for
identifying donors and receiving
platelets or marrow can be a mat-
ter of days rather than months.
The first step is to attend a
marrow donor registration drive
and have one tube of blood drawn
after completing a simple regis-
tration form. The process is no
different than having a blood test
as part of a medical appointment.
Your blood sample is then tested


to determine the HLA or tissue
type. The results are added to the
National Marrow Donor Registry.
That's the end of it unless the
computer finds a potential match.
If ever identified as a preliminary
match, the donor is contacted for
additional blood testing. If this
test indicates that you are the
best match, you receive detailed
information about the donation
process and a thorough physical
exam. This is your time to make
an informed decision about going
through with the donation.
The donation occurs in the hos-
pital where less than five percent
of your marrow is collected from
the back of your pelvic bone using
a special needle and syringe. This
is a simple surgical procedure
performed while you are under
general or local anesthesia.
Donors usually stay overnight in
the hospital. Soreness in the
lower back for a few days is the


only side effect and the marrow
naturally replenishes itself with-
in a few weeks.
The military tradition of "tak-
ing care of our own" remains con-
stant. To become a hero to "one of
our own," attend the Marrow
Donor Registration Drive at the
VP-30 Auditorium March 24 from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All active duty
military members and their fami-
ly members, Department of
Defense civilian employees, Coast
Guard, National Guard and
Reserve personnel are eligible to
register. Potential donors should
be 18 to 60 years in age and in
good general health. Registration
is free and takes about 5-10 min-
utes.
For more information call
either HMC Diaz at 542-7384 or
Cmdr. Wilkerson at 542-7386.


NavHosp Jax celebrates National Social Work Month


From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and
its Branch Health Clinics
(BHCs) join the National
Association of Social Workers (NASW)
in celebrating National Social Work
Month in March.
The theme for this year's campaign
is "Social Workers. Help Starts Here."
The celebration highlights the impor-
tant role social workers play in con-
necting people to a variety of
resources in their community.
Founded in 1955, the NASW is the
largest membership organization of
professional social workers in the
world, with more than 150,000 mem-
bers. Today, there are approximately
600,000 social workers in the United
States dedicated to helping people
gain access to adequate resources and
services.
Dr. George W. Hoskins, a social
worker in Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Mental Health Department
said "Credentialed social workers can
be found throughout Naval Hospital
Jacksonville and its BHCs providing
counseling services and linking
patients to community healthcare re-
sources important to their recovery
and treatment."
Hoskins noted that in his depart-
ment he and Social Worker Sybil
Griswald work hand-in-hand with
other mental health professionals,
providing the full scope of mental
health counseling, dealing primarily
with relationship issues such as mari-
tal or parent/child conflicts, stress
management; grief and loss issues, as
well as depression and anxiety.
Two social workers who deal with
family counseling and therapy on a
daily basis can be found at BHC
Mayport's Community Counseling
Department. Sandra Aucoin and Paul
Antoniou, working with a department
psychiatrist and a hospital corpsman,
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counseling to active duty and family
members, including children ages five
and up.
They help with school issues such
as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder (ADHD) and Attention
Deficit Disorder (ADD) as well as
other family issues including marital
concerns.
The program is completely volun-
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clients reach them by physician refer-
ral or by referrals from shipboard
medical professionals or by referral
from social workers at the Fleet and
Family Support Center. Clients can
also self refer by calling 270-4280.
Social worker case managers also
help patients negotiate the maze of
programs both in-house and in the
civilian sector that might benefit
their care. Some of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's case manager social
workers are Dr. Al Riser, with the hos-
pital's Family Practice Clinic and
Emergency Department, BHC
Mayport's Tracy Ross-Fares, and BHC
Key Wests's Shawn Forsman.
Ross-Fares said that social worker
case managers are part of a DoD-wide
program which enlists social worker
case managers and nurse case man-
agers to offer special assistance to
patients and families in identified pri-
ority groups facing special medical
issues. These range from catastrophic
illness or injuries to cases involving
psychosocial issues (financial, person-
al, legal, etc.), cases in which care
might require multiple venues,
or very complex cases in which fol-
low up is critical. "Our job is to look
at the person in their environment,
not just their medical issues, to evalu-
ate their unique needs and to help
them connect with needed services,"
Ross-Fares said.
She added, "This is all about readi-
ness, whether it is returning the serv-
ice member to a state of physical
readiness or helping stabilize a serv-


ice member's family as they face the
challenges associated with a medical
crisis." Ross-Fares who has more than
18 years in the field, said, "Social
workers who are extremely knowl-
edgeable about community resources
are invaluable to these people."
Riser pointed out that case manag-
er social workers also help patients
manage the complexities of insurance
benefits and referral authorizations
through their network providers.
"Families can be overwhelmed by it
all, juggling appointments, authoriza-
tions, and so on, particularly if much
of this is out in the community using
network providers. Our job is to be
supportive and to help them manage
all this," he said.
The guidance of a knowledgeable
social worker is also crucial when
patients are going home. Social work-
er Angela Hill, who works in the hos-
pital's Social Service Office, is the
Hospital Discharge Planner.
She said her job is to make sure
that patients identified by their
physicians as having critical dis-
charge needs make a smooth transi-
tion from the hospital to home.
This involves coordinating such
things as home health care, hospice
care, skilled nursing facilities, med-
ical equipment or just connecting
them with community resources. "I
make sure that all this accomplished
and I contact the patients within 2-3
weeks to make sure they are satisfied
with the services set up for them," she
said.
Other social workers who play a
vital role in delivering care at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville include
Elizabeth Havens who helps train
Family Practice Residents in
Behavioral Sciences and Galya
Taborn who works with the hospital's
Exceptional Family Member
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NavAir Depot signs


memorandum of agreement


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
MA3 LaTonya Nelson of the NAS Jax Security Department talks with Walt Disney Parks and
Resorts Senior Sales Manager Lou Repassy about taking a Disney cruise. "I'd love to take a
Disney cruise. I could send the kids to do own thing because they have so many activities and
really enjoy myself."


I.T.T.


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annual travel fair


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Hundreds of visitors
stopped by the Navy
Exchange complex
Saturday to see what the
annual Informa-tion,
Tickets and Tours (I.T.T.)
Travel Fair had to offer.
They found a variety of
booths manned by represen-
tatives from area hotels,
attractions and base recre-
ational departments all
offering information and
military discounts on their
establishments.
Each year, the NAS
Jacksonville I.T.T. Office
sponsors an annual spring
travel fair. "This travel fair
allows our MWR patrons
the opportunity to meet the
military representatives for
attractions, hotels and serv-
ices in the Florida and
Georgia areas. It also allows
them to learn about all the
wonderful services the base
I.T.T. Office provides them,
such as discount attraction
tickets, hotel discounts and
cruises," said Dawn Smith,
who coordinated the travel
fair.
"We had more than 40
vendors from area attrac-
tions such as Disney World,
Carnival Cruise Line,
Universal Studios, Sea
World, several dinner
shows, Florida State Parks
and numerous hotels. We
also had representation
from the base Liberty
Program, Mulberry Cove
Marina and Aquatics
Department," she added.
"We stopped by the travel
fair today because we just


Steve Fishbein gathers some information from Jacksonville
and the Beaches Convention and Visitors Bireau Director of
Leisure Sales Lisa Betley during last Saturday's I.T.T. Travel
Fair.


By Katherine Midyette
NAVAIR Depot Public Affairs Specialist
In a ceremony at the Naval Air
(NAVAIR) Depot Jacksonville on Feb.
24, the Depot entered into an agree-
ment with the Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment (AIMD) at Naval
Air Station Mayport to establish the
Enhanced Maintenance Program (EMP).
The EMP is a new maintenance concept
designed by NAVAIR and AIMD to improve
fleet readiness, increase component avail-
ability, and decrease cost by combining
intermediate, also known as I-level repair,
and depot level repair capabilities and
processes.
Beginning Mar. 7, Depot employees will
be stationed at AIMD to evaluate, repair,
and perform Depot quality inspections of
select aircraft components, on site.
By performing the work at the I-level, the
cost is reduced and the asset is returned to


service faster.
Captain David Beck, NAVAIR Depot
Jacksonville commanding officer presented
Depot coins to Lieutenant Jim Gault, main-
tenance material control officer, for his
work in completing the agreement, and to
Commander John Topolosky, officer in
charge, for supporting the plan. Captain
Beck stated "What we're really doing is for
the goodness of the fleet. I believe in the
future our partnership is going to grow and
the way the Depots and Intermediate levels
are moving forward; the future is to try and
integrate us more. This initiative is one of
the ways that we can craft the future. Well
set the standard of work."
Commander Topolosky said, "Hopefully,
Mayport can stay in the forefront of these
great initiatives. We fully embrace them
and look forward to work with other activi-
ties, NADEP, and other AIMDs, to integrate
and find efficiencies that can reduce cost
and improve fleet readiness."


NAVFAC ensuring environmental protection


From Naval Facilities Engineering
Command
N aval Facilities Engineering Com-
mand is working to improve the
environmental conditions at the
NAS Jax Defense Reutilization and
Marketing Office (DRMO) and has contract-
ed with WRS Infrastructure and
Environment, Inc. to clean five concrete sur-
faces at the site.
The historical activities at the DRMO site
have had a significant impact on the envi-
ronment. Releases of various contaminants
to the ground surface have occurred as a
result of leaks, spills, and/or direct place-
ment of waste materials on surface soils.
Since the site was not paved, releases or
spills resulted in the contaminants entering
the surrounding soils. While working under
approved hazardous standards, WRS will
break up the existing concrete surface and
remove approximately 3,000 tons of soil. All
materials will be properly disposed of at an
offsite location. They will then backfill with
suitable soils and install a new concrete
surface.
While the work itself is somewhat basic, a
significant amount of time and effort has
been placed up front in submitting the
required "work plan". This is a crucial part
of the project as it lists the various hazards
on the site, details work and disposal meth-
ods, and documents the permit and licens-


ing processes. This document has under-
gone lengthy reviews by state, Federal, and
Navy organizations and will be the basis for
the execution of work once onsite activities
commence in May 2005. Once complete, a
final report will be submitted to document
the entire project.
This DRMO site provides for the disposal
of surplus Department of Defense equip-
ment supplies, and scrap materials, which
is a continuation of the role of that the U.S.
Army in earlier years. The U.S. Army ini-
tially developed it in 1939 when the DRMO
site was used as a decommissioning facility
for used aircraft.
The aircraft were drained of their fluids
at potential source of contamination (PSC)
51, located east of the DRMO site, and
transported to the southern portion of
DRMO. The aircraft were stripped of their
various components and the components
were staged at different locations on the
yard to await disposal. In the late 1940s, the
site was adapted for its current use. Waste
materials previously stored or disposed at
DRMO include volatile organic compounds,
semi-volatile organic compounds, pesticides,
polychlorinated biphenyls, inorganic metals,
and Radium 226.
While on the surface there will be little
noticeable change, those directly involved
will be aware of the accomplishments and
improvements that have been made to the
surrounding environment. I


Local pet adoption fairs coming up


Sea World Marketing Coordinator Rim Gettel talks to Laura
and Rhett Maner about what the park has to offer during
Saturday's I.T.T. Travel Fair in front of the Navy Exchange.


moved to this area and
wanted to find out what
kinds of family things there
are to do here. The vendors
are offering a lot of good
information," said HM2
Nikki Craig of Naval
Hospital Jacksonville who
just moved here with his
wife and two children from
California.
Several door prizes were
given out during the event


including Disney Store
vouchers, T-shirts, dinner
tickets, free hotel stays and
goodie baskets.
If you missed this year's
travel fair, next year's event
is already in the planning
stages. "We hope to increase
our number of representa-
tives next year and include
more cruise lines. So look for
us in March 2006," Smith
concluded.


First Coast No More Homeless Pets is
sponsoring a dog adoption fair March
19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Regency Boulevard Pet-Smart on
Monument Road. Over 100 puppies and
adult dogs will be available to adopt from
several shelters and rescue groups from
three North Florida counties. A cat adop-


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Navy Run
April 2, 7:30 a.m.
10K Run / 5K Walk
Registration forms available in Fitness Center, Base
Gym, I.T.T. Office or www.nasjax.navy.mil.


Mulligan's St. Patrick's Celebration
March 18, 5 9 p.m.
542-2936 for more info
Active Duty Appreciation Day
March 22
$10 cart & greens fee
Retired / DoD Appreciation Day
March 24
$10 cart & greens fee


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


Military Appreciation Day
April 2, 1-10 p.m.
Call 542-3493 for details.

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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.
The cost is $170. Sign up before March 25


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Mulberry Cove & Jax Yacht Club seeking sailing
instructors. No experience required to apply.
For information, contact Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club at
778-0805.

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Photo by J01 Mike England
Hundreds of Navy Run participants take off at the starting
line during last year's Navy 10K Run. This year's Navy Run
will be held April 2 at 7:30 a.m. at the Navy Exchange park-
ing lot.
Day of Beauty Trip
Visit Kanapaha Gardens, Gainesville Art Festival,
Harm Museum of Art & Florida Museum of History.
April 2, $26

Webster Flea Market Trip
April 18, $20


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 & $5.50 / child
Reservations recommended, 542-3041
Reef & Beef
April 1, 6:30-9 p.m.

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


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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.
Two-day Billiards Tournament March 21-22

Mall & Movie March 26

3-on-3 Basketball Tournament March 29, 7 p.m.


2005 Bass Tournament
April 16
Entry forms available at Mulberry Cove Marina


Spring Break Camp
March 21-25, 6:15 a.m. 6 p.m.
Call Youth Activities for more information, 778-9772.

NAS Jax Youth Activities Night Easter Egg Hunt
March 25, 7 p.m.
McCaffrey Softhall Complex
Ages 0 12 years

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


Fishing tournament coming in April


From MWR
M WR Mulberry
Cove Marina
presents their
annual Bass Fishing
Tournament April 16 -
safe light to 3 p.m.
The team format is two
anglers per boat. The
entry fee is $60 per team,
$75 after April 1. There is
an optional Big Bass Pot
fee of $10. The tourna-
ment limited to first 100
teams.
Cash prize payout is
guaranteed 80 percent,
with 100 percent of the
Big Bass Pot awarded.
Approximately $6,000 in
cash prizes awarded.
Valuable door prizes to
include power tools, gift
certificates, fishing rods
and reels, outdoor recre-
ation knives, and much
more.
Every angler will
receive a tournament hat
and/or T-shirt, sponsor
bag with promotional
items, and complimentary
food, beer and soda at the
weigh-in ceremony.
Tournament results will
be certified by the St.
John's BASS Anglers


The following awardees were recognized during
a recent VR-58 quarters:
Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal
Lt. Cmdr. Kevin MacDonald

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
AT1 Matt Parriott
AT1 James Miles


Club: established in 1970,
oldest federated bass club
in Florida, and the fifth
oldest in the country.
The master of cere-
monies will be Phil
Mauffray. Contact the
Mulberry Cove Marina at
542-3260 for an entry
form or e-mail Phil
Collins at philip.s.collins@
navy.mil.
Generously sponsored
by the following compa-
nies:
9th & Main/Henrietta's
Restaurant
Krispy Kreme
Adamec Harley-Davidson
Lewis Marine Supply
Coca-Cola, Inc.
North Florida
Sales/Budweiser


Columbia Knife
and Tool, Inc
Persuader Lures
Cycle Accessories West
Pure Fishing, Inc./
Mitchell Reels
NAS Jax Commissary
Southeast Atlantic
Beverage/7-Up
Grainger, Inc.
Springfield Preservation
& Revitalization
The Home Depot
Sunbelt Coffee
Inksmith & Rogers Tattoo
West Marine
Jax Suns Baseball
Woodcraft
Jiffy Lube
Service Centers


Sailor of the Quarter
AM1 Thomas Chronister
AD2 Cassandra Farmer

Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AZ2 Hector Caraballo


Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AME2 Elizabeth Ward

Meritorious Mast
A02 Lynda Neal

Safety Pro of the Quarter
AM2 Luis Corzomurillo

Good Conduct Medal/Plane


Captain Certification
AT2 William Ellis


Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal


ATCS David Edwards
AM2 Dean Richards


Navy seeking nominees for 'Spirit of Service' award


From the Chief of Information Office
he Navy Chief of Information is seek-
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American Legion "Spirit of Service"
award, which will be awarded to service
winners at their annual conference in
Honolulu, Hawaii Aug. 19-25. This award is
given annually to an enlisted member (E5
and below) from each of the services for vol-
unteer community service that is performed
off-duty in their local community. The only
other requirement is that the winner be an
outstanding example of military profession-


alism for the U.S. Navy.
Nominations, to include the service mem-
ber's biography and a description of the
Sailor's volunteer efforts, must be received
by June 24. Lt. William Marks is the point
of contact for submitting nominations at
william.marks@navy.mil.
If you have any immediate questions,
please contact Ensign Paul Pelletier at
paul.pelletier@navy.mil or call 703-697-
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BOG: Boots hit NAS Jax


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Last Saturday's annual 15K Gate River Run in Jacksonville draws Sailors and DoD civilians
from NAS Jacksonville. Officers and enlisted from the Center of Naval Aviation and Technical
Training Unit (CNATTU) Jacksonville, Commander Navy Region Southeast, HS-11, Naval
Hospital (NavHosp) Jacksonville and NAS Jacksonville gather before the start of the challeng-
ing, but popular race. (From left, kneeling) Laila Capers, CNRSE; Aida Taylor, NavHosp;
Cecille "Cici" Hartsell, NAS Jax; AS2(AW/SW) Donaldo Pinero, CNATTU; (First row, from
left) Charmaine Simpson, NavHosp; YN2(AW) Eileen Love, HS-11; AW2(AW/SW) Amanda
Egloff, HS-11; OS2(SW) Sheena Sheard, USS Hue City; HM3 Carlos Calzada, NavHosp;
ADSC(AW/SW) D. Rodriquez and Cmdr. Jim Daniels, CNATTU executive officer. (Back row,
from left,) HMCM(AW/SW) Ann Haynes, NavHosp; ATC(AW) Bob Waters, VP-62; Lt. Jeff
Hartsell, CPRW-11; BMC(SW) Lionel Hoyte, NavHosp; AD1 (AW/NAC) David Clarkson, VP-
62 and AT1 (AW/NAC) Lonnie Willoughby, CNATTU.

RIVER RUN: Runners conquer 'Green Monster'
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support of the fight against breast cancer,
others did it for the pure enjoyment of run-
ning while the rest ran it for the adrena-
line rush that competitive athletes get
when they run against the clock.
According to 35-year-old Wyoming-native
AT1(AW/NAS) Lonnie Willoughby of the
Center for Naval Aviation Technical and
Training Unit, (CNATTU) Jacksonville,
people must train for this race. "Before the
race began, I was thinking about the green
bridge (Hart Bridge). I wasn't sure I was
going to make it. Having to run up the
bridge at the end makes this race a very
difficult one. People must train at least
three months in advance in preparation for
this type of race," he said. Willoughby
clocked the fastest time from the CNATTU
contingency of runners with a time of
1:13.00.
The Hart Bridge, or "Green Monster" as it
is commonly referred to in running circles,
didn't discourage any of the base runners.
Dozens of names belonging to NAS
Jacksonville Sailors and Department of
Defense civilians could be easily found in
Sunday's Florida Times-Union Sport Pages.
Among the 4,738 names that were pub-
lished as having completed this year's race
was that of Cmdr. Jim Daniels, Center for
Naval Aviation and Technical Training
Unit, Jacksonville executive officer, who
crossed the finish line with a time of 1:24:44
and of Laila Capers of Commander, Navy
Region Southeast, who finished in 1:45:43.
"This is the first time I've ever run in it
and it was fabulous. I'm happy with my
time," exclaimed a triumphant Daniels. "I
was a marathon runner in San Diego and
this race reminds me of some of the world-
class races I participated in during my
marathon-running years."
"The race was well organized, well orches-


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Led by flag officers from 17 commands,
NAVRIIP was designed to define and exe-
cute changes that would sustain near and
long term non-deployed aviation readiness
goals with assistance from the Thomas
Group, a consulting company with expert-
ise in process management. Its primary
goals are to balance and align interactions
among operational level maintenance,
intermediate level maintenance and the
logistics infrastructure that support them.
A critical element of NAVRIIP is the
type-model-series (T/M/S) team. The team
looks across the fleet to identify and
remove barriers to attaining non-deployed
readiness. In addition to the actions of the
TMS teams, a panel of flag officers visits
Navy and Marine Corps sites to enable
face-to-face interaction with the troops
maintaining and supporting the aircraft,
weapons and equipment. The flag officers
receive the latest TMS brief from the major
aircraft platforms represented at the par-
ticular site. The visit gives flag officers the
opportunity to interact with technicians
and enables candid and constructive
insight on working-level changes that can
make a difference in improving readiness.

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focus groups and for the overall NAVINS-
GEN visit, all military and civilian employ-
ees are highly encouraged to participate in
an anonymous internet based survey, locat-
ed at http://www.ig.navy.mil/southeastre-
gion.htm.
NAVINSGEN staff highly encourages
and requests 100 percent participation in
the survey by installation and tenant com-
mand personnel, including afloat staffs,
afloat units, air staffs and squadrons. The
greater the participation in the survey, the
less personnel called away from their
duties to participate in focus groups.


Photo By PH2 Greg Hathaway
Commander, Naval Air Systems Command
Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg talks to a group
of NAS Jacksonville's khakis about the Boots
on the Ground program at the VP-30 auditio-
rium March 9.


by survey participation
Installations, tenant commands, ships,
squadrons, and staffs are requested to
widely publish this survey information in
Plans of the Day/Week and encourage 100
percent command participation.
During the actual NAVINSGEN visit,
the NAVINSGEN staff will gather data
from various sources, including command
presentations, personnel surveys, individ-
ual consultations, focus group discussions/
findings, interviews and meetings with
local tenant commanders and program
managers. Areas of interest may change
over the course of the visit in response to
the team's findings.


Members of the NAS Jacksonville-based VS-
24 "Scouts" are ready to face the "Green
Monster" (Hart Bridge). (From left, kneeling)
Lts. Nate Wolf, Nick Hudson, Nate Daven-
port and Jim Schroeder. (Standing, from left)
Lt. Cmdrs. Ben Hewlett and Chris Finklea,
VS-24 Executive Officer Cmdr. Dan Grieco,
PR3 Holly Peters and PN3 K.S. Lookfong.
treated and having bands playing at differ-
ent intervals gave me motivation," added
Daniels. "The weather was just right. We
had no humidity, no clouds and the view
from the top of the Green Monster was phe-
nomenal. I'm can't wait until next year."
Capers, who has only been running for
22 months and is preparing for a triathlon
in May in Orlando, credits her successful
completion of the race to the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Depart-
ment Fitness Center Walk-to-Run pro-
gram. "About two years ago, the Fitness
Center had a walk-to-run class and I
signed up for it. It prepared us for a 5K.
After entering and clocking a decent time
in the 5K, I knew I was hooked," she
explained. "My time in this year's 15K race
was almost the same as last year, but I'm
glad I did it. I'm in training for a triathlon
coming up in May and this race was a
training ground for me. I will be back next
year."


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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
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 e-mail com-
modore@njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the


first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park I
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclub.
The Association of Aviation
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
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.


The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
www.pwpnflorida.com.
The Gold Wing Road 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 interested 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 Jacksonville Genealo-
gical Society meeting will be
held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at
the Willow Branch Library, 2875
Park Avenue, Jacksonville. For
additional information, call Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
The St. Augustine Spring
Art & Craft Festival will be held
April 2-3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Special Event's Fields
near the Visitor's Center. There
will be numerous artists and a
special Kid Zone for the young-
sters. For more information, call
Pam Pahl at (904) 823-9703.
The 42nd Isle of Eight Flags


VP-16: Palmer takes helm today


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Squadron (DESRON) 14 at
NS Mayport, where he
served as the air operations
officer and later the
DESRON operations officer.
While deployed to the
Mediterranean Sea and
Persian Gulf, DESRON 14
participated in Operation
Noble Anvil and Southern
Watch. Additionally, they
conducted exercises in both
the Black Sea and Baltic as
well as throughout the
Mediterranean.
In 1997, Palmer was
assigned to the Navy
Staff's Strategy and
Concepts Branch in the
Pentagon. In 1998, he
joined VPU-2 in Kaneohe
Bay, Hawaii. While with
VPU-2, he served as
Safety/NATOPS officer and
maintenance officer, flying
missions in Operations
Allied Force and Desert
Fox.
In 2000, Palmer returned
to VP-30 as the FRS train-
ing officer where he began
mainstreaming the Aircraft
Improvement Program into
the FRS training. While
assigned to VP-30, he was
awarded the Political
Military Masters Scholar-
ship and was accepted to
Harvard University for the
2002-2003 academic year.
Palmer received a
Masters Degree in Public
Administration with
emphasis in National
Security Affairs in June
2003.
Following graduation, he
was temporarily assigned
to CTF 57 forward opera-
tions in Bahrain, where he
coordinated and prioritized
U.S. and allied patrol and
reconnaissance operations
for both Operation
Enduring Freedom and
Iraqi Freedom. In March
2004, Palmer reported to
VP-16 as the executive offi-
cer.
Palmer is married to the
former Janet Lea Stock of
Baton Rouge, La. They have





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Hollingsworth stands
relieved after an extremely
successful tour that includ-
ed a difficult, multi-site
deployment.
The War Eagles seized
over 50 metric tons of
cocaine and played a criti-
cal role in the war on ter-
ror.
When asked about the
squadron's accomplish-
ments over the past year,


Hollingsworth stated, "I
couldn't be prouder of the
world-wide performance of
the War Eagles this past
year. They were superb in
every mission area, from
South Command counter
narcotics to combat opera-
tions over Iraq. Having the
opportunity to lead our
nation's finest men and
women was the privilege of
a lifetime. Regardless of
future assignments, I will
always be a War Eagle."


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Beach, Fla. will be held April 29,
30 and May 1. The Shrimp
Festival Pirate Parade will be
held April 28 at 6 p.m. For more
information, go to www.
shrimpfestival.com.
VS-27 will hold a reunion April
29 at NAS Jacksonville. Please
RSVP by March 20 by calling
Carol Begue at 542-8612 or
email carol.begue@navy.mil.


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Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
PHI(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake and PH2(NAC) Lynn Friant of the Regional Visual
Information Support Center at NAS Jax dump bags of soil to help create a new butterfly gar-
den at Westside Regional Park March 2.


Westside Regional Park

announces outdoors events


By Leslie Royce
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
The Westside Regional
Park located across
the NAS Jax Main
Gate is pleased to
announce their March and
April Naturescope
Programs. The following
events and workshops will
be held at the park in
March and April. For fur-
ther information or to reg-
ister, call 573-2498.
Nature Discovery Walk
March 23, 3-4:30 p.m.
Join in a leisurely walk
where we will try to discov-
er signs of spring. Ferns
should be showing new
growth and we should hear
migrating songbirds and
other sounds of spring.
Registration required.
Basketweavng
March 29, 10 a.m.-noon
Individuals aged 14 and
up are invited to learn how
to weave baskets using
material from nature.
Registration required.
Book Signing: Florida
Butterfly Caterpillars


and Their Host Plants
April 2, 10 a.m.-noon
Marc Minno, noted but-
terfly expert and author of
five books on butterflies,
will be conducting a book
signing featuring his
newest book, Florida
Butterfly Caterpillars and
Their Host Plants. Minno
will also present a slide
program, followed by a
walk outside through the
butterfly garden.
Wee Workshop: Ant
Adventure
April 5, 10-11:30
Calling all wee nature
adventurers (children
seven years and under) and
their adult companions to
join us on an ant adven-
ture. Registration required.
Hooray for
Homeschoolers: Swarm
into Insects
April 15, 10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
Join us and learn more
about entomology, the study
of insects. We will partici-
pate in a bug scavenger
hunt, view bugs in the field,


and take a closer look at
insects under a microscope.
Registration required.
Nature Crafts: Art of
Using Recyclables
April 21, 10-11:30 a.m.
Join us in celebrating
Earth Day by creating art
out of recyclables! We have
different projects you can
create using recyclable
items from your own house-
hold. Registration required.


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

ITSN Diana
Torres of
Naval
Computer
Telecommu-
nications
Station, Jax
empties a
bag of soil
into the new
butterfly
garden at
Westside
Regional
Park. "I love
to volunteer.
I did it a lot
Sin high
school and
VIA just some-
S thing I really
enjoy," said
Torres.


Map and
Compass Instruction
April 23, 10 a.m.-noon
Participants will learn to
determine bearings, how to
set up travel locations on a
map, and how to determine
bearings of travel locations.
Each participant must
have a compass.
Registration required.
Email John Trow at john-
trow3@juno.com.


active duty men and women.
There will be a men and
women's division. The matches
will start at 5 p.m. and will be
played at the Birmingham
Tennis Courts. Individuals play-
ing in the tournament will earn
Captain's Cup points for their
respective command. Call the
NAS Jax Gymnasium to sign up
by March 25.
Free beginners
tennis clinic
Tennis Pro William Feliciano
will be giving a free Tennis Clinic
April 9 for beginners at the
Birmingham Tennis Courts. The
clinic is open to all authorized
adults and children ages 10-13
gym patrons. Call the Base Gym
at 542-2930/3239 to sign up
before April 7.


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Ages 10-13 Beginner's Clinic:
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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-
uted to join the league.


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313Arlington 306 Intracoastal355Condou APA T METs Double and single A-iete PRi e -/ er l ro c4ub














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Divorce papers y 335Orange Pa./ 3BR/2BAC1649lSF. bath w/stunninan new In Great Southslde CALLAHANFL, 4/2 DodgeCo. GA l
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340SJohn'sCounty NO FEETO BUYERS FOR 7891lagoon, with dock. from $134,900 Serious Buyers Only! 1.0nCla51! PV B-rGatdNew/,
3N2OSt FEE August BUYER Ftine $750 mTo. 0AC $1,595/AC 2nd dI r, vltd cello fpllScr.
Tickets 34t. Augustine USING A REAL or Beach access across Two Bedrooms, 1200sq ft Call Bradley 874- 404362-8244 $20.05 MOVES YOU IN! porch w/lake view. All
130 344St. Auustine Beach VA SPECIALIST/ 27&6005 the street! from $179,900 o y Sunke n L/R & F/P Amen. included $1200m
345 Nassau County BUILDER SPECIALIST/ DON'T LET YOUR M.H. St Reis PaperCompany, LLC available in select units. Terr90" 31&.9635
TPC 2 Benefactor tick- 35D Waterfront RESALE SPECIAL HOMES BY TONEY Berry &Co. Real Estate Description: REPO. Save your credit. HANDYMAN SPECAL Call for details
ets, final round, Sun- 35Condominiums YOU NEED CRC-057161 (904)2734800 Two Swimming Pools 904-6933442 $24 900. cash offers e Abbingto n Squar e Apt. CHOMES O
day. $100874-8345 360 Out of Area/Town/ REPRESENTATIONl Fitness Center www.mhbrokers.com oni. W. 11th St int r 7440122 SAN MARCO
State DON'T GO IT ALONE.... 4 TOWNHOMES Business Center FOR UNT(CAMP!SCal lM1.888.5O4.9992
365 Manufactured Homes 25 YR NAVY SPOUSE/ W'SIDE Beautiful 2br, 2b, Gated Entrance GREAT FOR HUNT CAMP! 2 BEDROOM / BATH.'
3Mnuf-r~e Homes 20 PLUS YRS AS A OPEN HOUSEVSUID_ onlake, fncd Garages Available 12X60 $15000&IO0X30 Montgomery Co Ga Arlington UNITS900SQ. FT.
370 Lots for SaleRL R S 1 w/deck fpcsec 80 Mature pines & HW Siaciousl 2 &3bda)ts
KAREALTOR BENtC&Rnn1.K lights, $85k 778-1670 Place your nameoon our LANDHOMEPACKAGES ti ber, Isolated Iocs- iiutliII lE:4lI RECENTLYSSUPGRADED!
3801Investment Property HOME FINDER REALTY 5984LawsoniaLink LInDuva, Clay, & Nassau tion surrounded by Central location, pool. A NICE LANDSCAPED
382 Retirement Comm. 221-1711 Drive, West $980 Down $595 Month large timberland tracts. Unbeatablepices. COURTYARD WITH POOL!
For Sale *RESALES*NEW 4br/2ba 2420sf,0335 Oa.- 866-452-6S65 Call Kieth 793- 8385 2 a. 246.0187 904-721-1466 WATER INCL IN LEASE!
AUctons 385 Miscellaneous HOMES*RENTALS* $223,90 $695-$795 A MONTH
200Auctions 390 Real Estate Wanted RENT NOWBUY LATER Call 904.317.0662 No units will be allowed LAND HOME PACKAGE AVONALE HI RISE SECTION 8 APPROVED.
20D EstteiSesTor can be seen on 3/1.5 bonus rm, tile, for sale or lease unless 3BR 2BA Doublewide On 38E cInvestmenti(904)3BFERAE
210 Estate Sales TO/NHOUSE $99,900 www. Bywner.com/62149 big yd, $120k. accompanied with a 1.5 Acres In Jacksonville Properties RIVERFRONT 3
23U Estate 537-6835 Owner/Realtor Hill nCall Kth 783-8385 DUPLEX-cashflow, resid/ Balcony, Heat/AC Paid! MANAGEMENr GROUP
Cyabove rd pool, pvc MAND.2/Waterfront LAND HOME PACKAGE comm $85k & 3/1, needs 384-6151 Mon-Sat
KINGSLAND FSBO 307 SanMarco 322 Argyle bfenc, trees, 2 l car.,NGRw/fpl, $136k. 3/2 Double Wideon2 rehab$28k 349-7503 Be a HOME OWNER! S'SIDE/ TOUCHTON -
t 4 hencbIdg. $99K 904.282.598cul-de-sac, 9047077498 acres in Jacksonville. HANDYMAN SPECIAL! Lease-to-Buy Pro- new lux condo, 2/2.5,
IIbe/tba~g7*340 Boysenberry.298 uda,9 079 $900 Down. $595 Mo. CHEAP, CASH gram. Bad Credit OK. 1438sf. $1225 860-7070
and well. 3/1 1300sf i S of brick Save Thousands! 866-422-1753 88-389-0540 ext 9020 W'slde Brand Hew 3/2
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lawn service. PCS $259k 352-359-4015 on a cul de sac.779.9195-1okAna.ade LAND HOME PACKAGE INVESTmorECIAL tnoNASJax g$9i75m.0
call 904-366-6300, $167,899. 912-882-0992W 3/2 Double Wide Prop 838-3644 904.54078, 940.1630
riverfront Get MandarinMiddleburg. / Keystone. MANDARIN Beaucerc eT cfreedman3_3@hotmall.com
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1.10 Acre. $62K Call Save Thousands! close, $200k 349-7503 STARTNG Ar$85'p Houses
home on the marke.Only $49k! For listing 5randrade@watsonreallycorp.com MANDARIN AREA 3 or 435Miscellaneous LL NOW 387
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888-389-0540 ext 9010 If -you're buying, $650 mo 904-783-4619 /Jbowrider 115 HP
'. A 3/2 in MandL2174sf, ii sl rot ANY CONDITION BLANDING PLACE APTS- IEvlnrude high perfor-
bt'3nesiigrgFAST CASN Leases a2br apt before prop very fast
Igvaulted cell, 3/2,1172sf, give mea call! 3 0March 31st and receive call (912) 258-0921 $4,000
owner extras.$234,200 454 Shamrock Ave. So. 2-34lmo free. 904-272-2223
Office:(904)387-3555WatspMOVING!MUSTSELLI CF & HAS 2BR DUP SCRND mins from base south
-43-$ 0fr over 2 FSBO 3/21950 sq ft Fla deck. Fenyrd, Pet OK! ortega 4 br2 bth 2 yrs
f:(904)3FORECLOUR3ed RE YOUR 3/2, 1525sf+ over room Fireplace Hard Ref Req. $595 778-2897 old waterview. Asking
Mr. Bradley 874 1862 cul-de-sac 197,500 call 5/2 & 4/2. 264- 410
I can handle all of yourreal estatemor 291-3100 695-9126 Call 838-3644 ARGYLE Chimney
transactions. Remember. there Is no N/WSIDE 2br, nice, Lakes, 3/2, co rner lot
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Large gourmet kitchen w/breakfast room & great room esiscionwrd distressed. vacant or N'SDE 2BR. CH/A w/w l1843 Ector904-2Rd.
opening onto deck, all overlooking private, 15 acre 2004 Silver pinnacle Award: Wofson Realty A '" AffordabFu Bec Lingoccupied, ANYWVHERE crpt., fncd ydR $375m+dp
spring fed lake. Formal DR/LR. 4/2, 2557 sq ft. Master 2004 JAcksonville Business Journal Top S0 Agents
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good negotiator, 135253 ORANGE PARK$875m. 733-1090
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Houses 420 Houses 420 Houses Rooms
420 Unfurnished Unfurnished Unfurnished 435 to Rent

BEACH -New luxury Neptune By The Sea SAN MARCO L r g 3 /1 Kingsland Home
3/2.5 townhome, 1884 4/2 All Apple 2200sf ch/a. wd flrs. dw. I rg~l acres Private lot
sf, $1750/mo 247-3995 Closetothe yd, lawn serv. incl'd J Master.$550.00 other
WESELLUAXHOMES.COM beach/base $1500mth $ 9 9 0 + d ep A v a i $450.00 utilities
246-3564 or 463-2399 02/01/05 904 403-1128 include Broadband internet.
CF & HAS Bstchelor Cottage cable Available 4/1/05 Call
2BR $545 Quiet. Northside BIG 3/2 ch&a, SOUTHSIDE/ORANGE PARK 910 740 C5444
RefsReq778,2897 porch, patio. RTO. Norton Property Mgmt.
$750/MO. 904.568.0696 904-868-2754 ORANGE PARK
EAGLE HARBOR Nside Amelia View 4/3 2c SOUTHSIDE 9745 TouCh. Room in private
1 g c, boat dock S1400mo. ton 2/2 TH, Located at home. No lease,
17BD5 Ele Watch Dr 4.301.4383, 561.866.5286 Vilag o, 287-4375 furnished includes
5 1DR840A, 2804 Sq FN tswater, cable, electric.
$1900 mth, No Pets N Side North Creek 4/2 Southside House 3/2 $435m. Call 704-4319
(904)262-0903 I 2c garage, 2100 sqI ft Excellent Condition3
\JPrivate Lot screened ,lPl/car ojar ceiling fans
Ele HarborPorch $ 1400. month water/soft cent A/C Beach/
gle"rbor Call (904)509-8795 flexible dep $950/$975 mo No 440 Vacation/
4/3, moor lease to terms available June5 03-6717 0 ato
own. 904,614-1479PResorts
OAKLEAF new 3/2, $1250 223-0048 __ -- --
ing Iad Beauty m. 1324sf w/d, ridge. S'SIDE-3/1, good area. DAYTONA 1/1, condo,
ACEWYuppie Home a dp. 378-30 6 $750m, NO SMOKING. beach front, prime loc.
w/Option.3/2,2 carar. OAK LEAF PLANT3/2 Pets possible. 733-2155 Grand Seas Resort,
All appl. 904-813-5218 executive home, Club S'SDE3/2, car gar, $500 timeshare, 10k
.1, Fleming Island Plan- pool, $1150 mo 716-1988 Pys rent & Sec. dep til
Staon rand new 2/2.5 Oakleaf Plantation Brand April 1st. $995m. PetsOK ceanfront-Homes &
\l,1,268sf Resort lifes- new townhomes 3/2.5 Tim 904-371-0395 cndo's. Front-Homes &500/wk
tyle Plus A rated one car garage. 30 acre SIDE 6114 rr All South Realty 241-4141
public schools, available athletic ctr. 1,100/m S ncd-6114Carranzarlot wwwalls alty.com
3/1/2005 $1,150 rent $1,150 904-415-1999 m3/1, fncdd crnr lot, www.a10southrealty.com
dep 904264-5020 Oakleaf Plantation : OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
FLEM ISL PL. 3/2, all Brand new home, 4/2, St. Nicholas Adorable St. Augustine$695wk.
amenities $1300mo. exc Clay Co. schools 3/1 Sunrm, gar, fncd, 352-376-9644 www.
available 4/1, 424-6500 $1,395/m 904-415-1999 WD hkup $975. 5635190 oldcity.com/oceanfront
FRUITCOVE/OakHarbour OP/OAK LEAF 4/2, new, WESTSIDE/NAS 2/2
4/2,2334sfLRDR FR w/d & refrig, avail, secluded & clean WD ST.AUG OCEAN CONDO -
Scr.orch, N/S $1250-$1295 264-1425 hookup nearOrange 3/2.33 wk434ly-3ly after 4/15,
$2000m. 904-230-3334 OP/Oakleaf Plant. New ark, $ mo. 534-5863 3331434 24-3937
ICW 3/2, dbl gar, nice no 3/2.5 Twnh w/gar. Amen. WESTSIDE 3/1, corner
pets$1200m. 910-0888 1650sf. $500 off 1st mo. lot, fncd. close to
229 Nadla MichelleCrt. $1200m. 215.996.0883 schools/ NAS. $800mo.
no pets. 5943 Painted
ICW4/2Bentwater OP Fleing Island, Pony r 716-2287 730-7729 ed
SPlace, Brand new brand new condo, 3/2.5, ny Dr72 3
1600sf, good single car ar, golf WINDSOR PK 3/2,
schools close to course. poois, lots of 2200sf, 4058 Windsor
Mayport Station. amenities, $1200 mo, Pk Dr. E $1700 716-3845 Commercial
PCS 904.535.3307 90269677 WOODINE Spacious, Ral Estate
$1350/mo. OP SOUTH 3/2, 2 car 3/2 billiards room
JAXGOF&CCkNew $975m stastw/table Formal LR 500Commercial
Pristine 4/3, 2530sf, fned dep. 1857 Creekbank Dr. DR. fenod yd, apples, Industrial forSale
bckw/lagoon & sr lanal No Pets.2644970 PCS $1150, military dis- 505Commercial/
Lwn Svc incL Av May1st Great Ortega Location count. 729-3057 Industrial for Rent
$2600mo. 904-859- 100 .3Bedr.2 Bathr., 507 Commercial/
JCP- 4/2, NEW HOME, Whirlpool Tub,brand- Manufactured BusinessesforSale
$1395/mo perserve lot new Ktchen.1960 Homes 510 Retail/Office Space
& more 904-422-6743 sqf.Lg.Deck.$1400 HomeS1_ReailOffcepac
available 3/30/05. for Sale
JUUNGTONCREEK/FRUIT Call 382-4966 14X70 in quiet senior 515Retail/Office Space
COVE- newer home, PABLO BAY 4/3.5,320sf p k 2 b /2b,c h & a for Rent
rea schools. 3/2$1275m Po h 13849 Break Sea Ct. $600mo.$300dep,
904-838-6138 550.sell/rent 759S6199 $100non ref pet dep. Commercial/
JULINTONCREEK I ACE ISLAN 509-8448for detail. 500 Industrial
JULINGTON CREEK ACEom, 4/2 LRN FD aDR 2/2 like new, Switzer- For Sale
new 4br, 2250sf, on Fpl. $1500lmo 269-8100' $750.land off287696 route 13,
pondc PVB 3/2 TH Appro 1300 APPROX 1 AC on
amen 9043-7231 ft Tile new carpet 3/2, FLrm, DR. Ig kit & LR, Ramona Blvd @ 1-10
w/d. $1200 233-7612 w/d hkp. $700mo + Marietta exit, strong
JULINlGTON CRK 3/ dep, no pets 289-9182 comm possibilities.
JULINGTON CRK 3/2, RENTTO OWN Needs rezoning, asking
fncd yd, carport, $950/mo. New remodel 3/2 HOME-For $150k. Kevin 545-6948
$895mo. 287-8721 4/2 Central A/C Lg Yd, T rent, great com-
KENSINGTON Become a homeowner! munity, poo001 COMMERCIAL OFC/WHSE
3br/2ba 155 s 3436 Soutel Dr. clubhouse $680mo BLDG. 6000sf, 4 units,
S3br/2ba 525 stt.e, 877-477-1043 plus deposit. 307-0502 South Bank Jax area
c. gar. ne cpt/tse, leave message please, designer interior suites.
for PC, no ets. RVERFRONT/Ortea Under apraisedvaue
$12000/;m o. M anny Beautiful NEW 2000sf 904-673-4321.
amenities, close to NS TH 3/2.5 Privatedock 430 Roommates 904-673 21.
Mayport. Call Matt $1695. or New 2/2 Apt. Roommate
904, i38.8693 $1250. 996.9444 or 354.-3778 Commerl
MAND. 3/2 newly remod. RIERSDE m ARL -Mature, behaved Commeial]
MAND ,3/2 newly remod, RIVERSIDE-2/1, $550m. couple share house w/ 505 Industrial
2car par poo no pets 2816 Green St. No pets. owner, call for info 551.5978
130m. 94-891-4657 $550d. 225. 592/945- 3405 all for nfo 551.5978 For Rent
MIDDLEBURG Riverside LRG 3BR 2BA DOG LOVING HOUSE- &
T 2800sf, 4drm, 3 MRsC wd firs, W/, kennel maid exchange 3142SF- Warehouse/
l) fenced acres. 4 fp $1100+dep. 221-0517 rs work for free Ofc. $5/sf. Triple net.
stalIbam.140m. p. 2210517 waterfront rm. 553.4259 270 Talleyrand Ave,
fpl, w/d $750m Istc/L a .t Roommate wanted
MURRAY HILL 2/1 req'd. Recently remod. ufor 3/2. $350mo. REGENCY AREA0-
+bonus, w/d, deck, 1054 Congleton Terr. outil. incl. Security New Ofc/ rhse,3 OOSF-
$850 pets ok 384-8743 904-579-6729 Deposit negotiable. Call 813-622
N.E. JAX -Brand new S. HAMPTON 4/3.5, 3300sf
homes. RentJax.com 1182 Garrison Dr $2550 KINGSLAND toh1 share
Call 904-465-7834 sell/rent. 904.759-6199 3/2 house$400m. until. 515 OfficeSpace

Edgewood/LemTurner hw firs, priv bckyrd W/ Wade. 2 NEW OFFICE CONDOS
Dollhouse! 386-9518 deck. $1400. 993-9003 1126-2252 SF,
S$650mo ncl ph, water: J Call (904)u &-9 Bch f
elec, broadband, cbl. C 3439604
ARLt- exc location,
3/214 RIVERSIDE 3/2, po Li ourt Hse. Sec. 140 0 s face/
A3/21312F$995 CH&A, backs up to nf.$500mo. 233-3065
F 1539 Cottshwer Pk. $3501/2 78175mo +
3/21508SF$995 1442ConestogaCt. iets.3744204695-1919BEACHES
.. ROOMMATE 2370 3rd Street
S1/WANTED furn 2000SF avail, for Lease
8601 Beach Blvd. ARLSingleach 3br/2ba Colliers Dickinson
11185 Rdgetp Lane 3/21481F$995 4769/380-5199 69sfo50moutilities 358-1205 Ext. 1 or11
7571 Cliff Cottage PLANTATIONFF nclwsecuriyk ates
Court Hse. Sec. Space/
3/2 1312SFTanan$995 WIDE Drive to share Cons Bluff$500m. 781-6404
8109 Great ValleyTr w/m, 2br bali pool,
3/2 1122SF $875 1539 Cotton Clovergate $3 F mo + 1/2 781-8875 RIVERFRONT PROPERTY
4/2 1828SF $1250 WSIDE Share 3br home -Take advantage of
9576 Stratham t Cbl, ph, w/d, all util incl. great opfty. Company
3/2 10S$95 12C e ap388-3075 needs to sublet. Water
3/2 1508SF $995 1442 Conestoga Ct. View, short term or long
1/2 MONTH 3/2 1516SF $875 Rooms term lease. Only $12/sf.
FREE RENT! to Itfnt 2000-3000sf. Call Travis
SOFRTHSIDE to1Re1nt_ at 904-334-3532
8601 Beach Blvd. ARL.-Single Occup. $150 S. MAND= 2Office's in
ARLINGTON #1105 wk & up Min all utils, ctbl Prof. Park. San Jose Blvd.
185 RidgetoP Lane 3/2 1481SF $995 & ph. 8384769/380-5199 169sf or 158sf. $350ea. or
3/2 1384SF $1005 INCLUDES CABLE & ARLINGTON.- LUXURY ROOMS 904,7 f 34o2/71t. 9116
1/2 MONTH WATER! $500 OFF w/Micro, Refrig
low daily/wkly rates
FREE RENT! 1ST FULL 10% off for wkly room EXEC OFFICE 1600sf, S u b-
MONTHS RENT! KINGS INN 725-3343 lease avail immed. view/
balcony, S'side Near St.

3/2.5 1440SF $850 12480 Heathergate FLEMING ISL XL rm furn
Court pvt ent. incl bills/cable W`NSIDE Apx 600sf, $650m
C rse/pool priv. $400+ dp. intl utils. 343-5511
1527 Derringer Rd. 3/2 1902SF $1250 N/S avail now 610-9512 Wesconneit Blvd


3/2 1555SF $950
ORANGE PARK
9012 Fort Caroline Rd. 2723 Secret Harbor
2/2 1120SF $900 3/2 1268SF $850

3533 Caroline Vale 2676 Secret Harbor
3/2 1284SF $925 4/2 1745SF $995


ICW
13326 Currituck Dr
4/2 1670SF $1025

13198 Ebbtide Court
3/2 1940SF $1125

MANDARIN
4271 Windergate Dr
2/2.5 1280SF $750

MIDDLEBURG
2903 Biloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $975

1898 Dartmouth
4/2 1745SF $950
1/2 MONTH
FREE RENT!

3572 Whisper Crk Blvc
4/2 1745SF $1075

3844 Hideaway Ln
4/2 1745SF $1095
PAY NO RENT
FOR THE
REST OF MARCH!

1810 Hollar Place
3/2 1200SF $895


3245 Puffin Way
1179SF $775

WESTSIDE
4412 Deer Valley Dr.
3/2 1570SF $995
$500 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!

593 Radnor Lane
3/2 1296SF $875

8657 Great Pine Ln W
2/2 1340SF $725

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

8018 Loveland
Pass South
3/2 1569SF $1050

1 9255 Whisper Glen
Drive North
4/2 1450SF $1050

7726 Arancio Drive
3/2 1200SF $895

3572 Whisper Creek
4/2 1745SF $1075
$500 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!


3840 Hideaway Ln. 9295 Whisper Glen
3/2 1356SF $925 3/2 1268SF $1025


NORTHSIDE
2870 Centerwood Dr. N
3/2 1540SF $1025


YULEE
86748 Worthington
Drive
3/2 1383SF $950


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Financial
550 Business
Opportunities
555 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold

550 Business
Opportunities


ABC LAUNDRY
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AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOS-
TIC CLINIC fully
equipped. Business only.
$185k. dig pgr 393-3675
CUSTOM CLOSET CO. -
Established rev $170k.
Must sell $20k.
Call Linda 525-3681


550 Business 605 Schools
Opportunities


ORIENTAL STORE Great
location, call 610-2066
or 268-1768 Iv msg.

OWNER RETIRING -
Estab turnkey business
working home patio
shows. $15k 777-5171

PIZZA & SANDWICH
SHOP Great location,
40 seats. Priced to
SELL! Call 294.5501






Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/
Events


Liquor License, 4COP; Duval 6h l
County, $200,000 605 Scools
Call (904 631-6917


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Mar 21
8 Week Eve Class Mar 16
For more information
visit our website
www.mvfrei.com
(904) 269-2555


700 Domestic

HOUSEKEEPER/CAREGIVER
Baymeadows area
Honest, Dependable,
Good Ref's. 642-9003

RN or LPN I'm an 8yr old
severely handicapped
little girl who needs
lots of special atten-
tion due to all my
health problems. I live
in OP and I need a spe-
cial RN or LPN to help
take care of me. Shift
4P-7A Mon-Thurs. I'm
with a wonderful home
health agency called
Fletcher's Home Care.
Help them find a spe-
cial nurse for me by
calling them at 731-4350
and ask for Jane Park.
Sign on Bonus with-
agency & the family.


HANDS-ON CDL A AND B TRAINING AND TESTING
FOR LOCAL REGIONAL, & OTR POSITIONS
SEMI AND TRACTOR TRAILER- STRAIGHT TRUCK BUS
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700 Domestic
LIVE IN house helper
needed for profes-
sional working family
rm board & salary
included. Call Donna
626-4592 or
230-0783
702 Customer
I7 2 Service

Jacksonville's
Premium
Transportation
Nee Cm eia y,
Shuttle Office person-
nel, Dispatcher will be
cross-trained In all
aspects of customer
service. Must be able
to work all shifts. Good
pay with future growth
potentiaL Apply In
person at
5320 Springfield Blvd
orcall 49-5200 for
directions.

706 Accounting/
Bookkeeping

CONTROLLER Aviation
FBO. Prof. cust. svc.
oriented. Call in confi-
dence 317-6550

707 Driver
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.
CASH NOW
$75-$150 cash pd daily
Co car + pd training
Call today start
tomorrow 904-292 3945

CDL DRIVERS
straight truck, local
deliveries, B or D.
Apply in person: at
Pitman Produce, 5400
Longleaf St DFWP
M/F/D/V/EOE/AA


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CPL YARD DRIVER NEEDED
Class A
1 yr exp and clean driv-
ing record
Local Just drop and hook
of trailers.
A pply n person
4501 Dignan St.
904-265-5968
flhr@burrislogistics.com
Please leave a message if
you call.
8urrls offers good pay
and a great benefits
package.

CLASS A CDL DRIVER
with Hazmat, & 2yrs OTR
exp, clean MVR. Home
daily. $600-$800 wkly
910-7265
CLASS B CDL
DELIVERY DRIVER
Minimum 2 yrs verifi-
able driving exp. Good
MVR. Heavy lifting.
Physical, drug screen &
criminal background
check conducted.
Excellent benefits. Call
Jim 348-2420

Company Drivers
$1000 Sign on Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on bonus*
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
SHome most
weekends
*Co starngJpav
$ 31. 34/mi,
*O OPpa $85- mile
Sfuelsupplement
*$01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental -01k
*$25 Weekly SPrice
Bonus
*Pad Farst 2 Weeks



Call Greg a
800723 3424 for info

DELIVERY DRIVER- PT
d35s prefer san/Suv.
covered pickup
904 -815 5 8 39 or
904-534-3980
DRIVER/LANDSCAPER
CDL Class A, Good pay &
b.er;rts. 260 0811
DRIVER/WHSE- deliver-
ing & caring for indoor
plants, good driving
record, benefits DFWP
Call 398-9880
DRIVER local/non local
work. Class E & clean
MVR required 346-3955
DRIVER -needed for Candy
Distributor. Must have CDL
B Lic, start at $10/hr,
benefits, occasional over
night, Apply: 13910 Alvarez
Rd., Ste 112off DuvalRd.
Fax resume 482.0561.
TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg
dedicated $800-up 2
yrs OTR. 813-267-0023

DRIVERS
CDL Class A, B to deliver
& stock materials.
Heavy lifting not just a
driving position. a good
work ethic req'd. DFWP
Apply In person Kobrin
Builders Supply
6695.100 Colray Court
Jacksonville. FL
904 260-8400

Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
2 yrs food deliver exp.
helpful. $9/hr. Please
have MVR when applying.



Class A CDL with
H Endorsement
required. If you are an
experience driver or
school graduate we
can get you home
almost every day. Call
to find out about the
opportunities. $1000
sign on bonus for
drivers with one year
experience.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jax, FL 32209
(904)764-4516


Pay by the load +
bonus plan. Excellent
benefits. Apply 900 N.
University Blvd.
Unit 504. EOE
Flatbed, Piggyback &O/O
Home every weekend
904- 475 0055


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707 Driver
Driver
Tired of the same dead
end job?
Join a winning team that
has been Jacksonville's
leader in transporta-
tion for over 20 years!
Average take home
$500-$700 plus weekly
Be your own boss, make
your own schedule!
I Interested call Tim
Collins 355-8294 or
Brian Jeffo at 249-6289
Flatbed Driver
Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Class A in state Fl only.
$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000. vacation
& benefits
Call 1-877-328-7512
Monday-Friday
JOIN A WINNING TEAM
AT MANNING BUILDING
SUPPLIES. Local Deliv-
ery Drivers M-F work
week, excellent ben-
efits. Competitive pay,
Class B CDL req'd.
Apply in person at
10900 Philips Hwy.

EL-jNTjVA =i ;U -1f1J i;-J1-
Exp. in Tree Svc. Some
Labor. Bchs area. Good
pay, CDL req'd. 2854625
NEW SOLID WASTE CO.
looking for exp F/L & R/O
Drivers. CDL Req. Good
Benefits. 904.731-7288
OVER THE ROAD HEAVY
HAULING- Easy to earn
$1,000/week. Return to
Jax most weekends.
Good hospital plan
avail. 783-0000
TRACTOR TRAILER
TRUCK DRIVER- hard
worker, exc benefits.
ser only 904-534,9633

710 Industrial/
7 *l~ Trades

ALARM TECHNICIAN
Position avail, exp.
required Call 620-7233
ASPHALT/CONCRETE
Foreman.Paver
Oper.Lutemen, CDL
Drivers & Concrete
Finishers. 751-9715
Sunbeam Auto Body
seeks expand, quality
oriented Technician.
Plenty of work. Comp.
wages w/bnfts. See Jim
Vannatter at 5200
Sunbeam Rd., 880-6660
CABINET INSTALLATION
FT, exp'd Installer with
refs, all new constr.
Call Ray at Premier
Windows & Cabinets
904-262-2525 ext. 28


Now hiring exp'd Inte-
riorTrim Carpenters.
.Hourly w/ bnfits and pd
Holidays. Must have own
tools/ transportation.
759-9714; 284-3753

CARPENTERS & HELPERS
Fernandina & Callahan
area. Residential fram-
ing custom homes. Top
pay, year round work.
g CaU 904,753-5510
CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
+DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS
w/lnterior Trim exp.
Tools & transportation
Call 726-0444.
CARPET CLEANING CO.
need techs. Will train.
No exp nec. Clean drive
rec. $SOk+ yr. 588-6805
CONCRETE FORM SETTERS,
FINISHERS & LABORERS
w/exp. for mass pro-
duction concrete flat-
work. Some benefits.
Call RGI Concrete Con-
tractors 904-246-3090
CUT PERSON & Install-
ers for Hardy Lap sid-
ing & trim crew. Call
608-9268
DOCK BUILDERS- $10/hr
to start basic carpen-
try exp. 759-8667
Electrical
GROUNDSMAN. U/G
only Good benefits,
$11/ hour Drivers lic a
must. CDL License pre-
ferred Advancement &
apprenticeship pro-
gram. Call 751-6020
(EOE/DFWP)

WORKING
SUPERVISOR
Fencing exp., drivers lic.
D, good record. $10/hr
medical, dental, vision,
vacation, 401K, holiday.
Call 888. 340.3922
FINISH CARPENTERS-
with exp. Own Tools &
transp t. 764-8050
FINISH GRADER- with
boxblade & front end
loader exp. Pd holidays,
vac & benefits Must
have valid Fl DL. Also
need LABORERS.
Application by appt
only. 904-317-6265
FIRE ALARM TECH/
HELPER NEEDED ASAP.
Call Jane 904-771-7600
FLORIDA ROADS IS
HRING FOR
DRIVER- for flatbed
truck. Manual labor
required, class B
license
PIPE LAYER
HILLMAN/TAILMAN
LABOERS
EQPT OPERATORS
Apply at 10439 Alta Dr.
714-0041 EDOE DFWP
HIRING ALL PHASES OF
POOL CONST. & MAINT.
Valid FL Dr. Lic. a must.
CALL 731-0099 EOE


710 Industrial/
STrades

GLAZIERS
Lee & Cates is hiring exp.
Commercial Glaziers in
Jax. & Fernandina. Must
have exp. with Kaw-
neers Tri- Fab & 1600
Curtain Wall systems.
Contact Bob
@ 9043544643 or fax
resume to 904-355-0131.
LABORER NEEDED
ASAP call M-F 8-2.
781-8903
LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION
Amax Landscapingi Inc
Min 1 yrs exp. To$ paid
based on exp. Bob cat
& other landscape eqpt
exp is a plus Inter-
views Tues. & Thurs.
for appt. 904 629- 2171
MAINTENANCE PERSON.
fart-time Hours are in
he afternoon/evening
Monday Friday with
some Saturday hours
possible For app lica-
tion information call
699-9067.
METAL FRAMING CREWS
Min 5 yrs exp in resi-
dentlal light gauge
framing & own tools.
nec. Call728 9659
PAINTERS & FOREMEN
with exp for comm'l
work. 387 2414
PAINTERS- Wanted 5 yrs
exp only tools a &trans
a must Call Jeff at
786-4219 or 237-3772
PERFECT BINDER
OPERATOR WANTED
Experience a must, Call
HARTLEY PRESS
398-5141 DFWP
PLUMBER & TILE
HELPER- Own transpt
w/exp. 226-4811
PLUMBERS & EXP'D
HELPERS for new
multi-family, constr.
Top pay, health, dental,
holidaypay. Rinkwell
Plumbing 732.-5554
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
Good pay, CD Hingson
Plumbing 213-4010
PLUMBERS
WITH EXPERIENCE
for new construction
only. Benefits. Nelson
Plumbing. 904 262-4884
ROOFERS Shingle
Roofers wanted.
904-545-1393
SHUTTER INSTALLERS
(ROLLAWAY) will train
to install. Need truck &
tools. Earn Top $$.
FT, year round work.
1-.888-765-2929
SUPERINTENDENT
Interior trim carpentry
Co. seeking field
superintendents. Call
568-8686 for interview
WATER, FIRE, MOLD
DAMAGE TECH- We're
growing, need moti-
vated F/T Tech's w/
positive attitude. Will
train. Hrly+ben.ServPro
W'S, O.P. Jax S. 880-1009
WELDER w/fabrication
exp. competitIlve salary
benefits. Apply 1252
W. Beaver St. 354-4282
711 Marine
7 1 Trade

CHIEF ENGINEER
FT, 40/per wk. Bnfts pkg
avail. DDE min. req. St.
Johns River Ferry Svc.
Attn: Wayne Toole -
904 241-9969 10

712 Mechanic


With Tools & Transp.
Multiple locations.
Competitive pay.
Call Jay at Value Brakes
904-651-0915

FORKliUFT
TECHNICIAN
Exp'd with LP Gas &
Diesel style lifts. Must
have some tools &
good driving record.
ull time position.
Fax resume to
904-381- 6868 or e-mail
ed@baxleyforklift.com or
call Ed 904,387.2000

GENERAL AUTO
MECHANIC
for used car facility.
Vacations, uniforms,
med. ins. Top pay for
the right person! Apply
3552 W. Beaver St. or
Call Jim 783-1760

713 Legals
ATTORNEY- 3 yrs liti-
gation exp reqd. Strong
research, writing &
organizational skills
Fax resume to: Hiring
Partner 398-0332
715 Management/
S Professional

DESIGNER needed for a
kitchen and bath store.
Must know 20/20.
Competitive wages and
growth potential.
lease e-mail resume
to robin@ackb.com or
fax 904-215-7364.
OFFICE CLERK Fast paced
S'side retail business.
Exp. in Excel, Word, &
phones. Great Plains
exp helpful but not nec.
F/T, bnfts Fax res
407-831-0092 or e-mail
amyh@midfloridagolfcars.com

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


Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC)
is committed to assisting industry and government
achieve world-class competitiveness. CTC has 2 open-
ings in its Jacksonville, FL Office.
ASSOCIATE INFORMATION SPECIALISTS
The selected candidates will be Part-Time employees
providing technical and business information research
to support customers in the area of applied R&D. Spe-
cific activities include: research using commercial and
free databases; open source research using Internet;
and compile research results and develop Into format-
ted reports.
Qualified candidates must have a Master of Library
Science from an ALA accredited Library School (com-
pleted or in progress) with 1-3 years exp.; research in
engrng., env., mil. tech. or mfg. preferred. Proficient with
MSOffice. Proven abilities In search skills Including:
compiling Boolean logic strings, limiting, and format
issues. Must have ability to obtain and maintain a U.S.
Secret Security clearance.
Please reference Ad #101&8-05 and submit resume to:
Human Resources Department
Concurrent Technologies Corporation
7935 114th Avenue, Largo, FL 33773
Fax: 727-5497080
Email: staffing-south@ctc.com
Please visit our website at www.ctc.com
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715 "Management/
71.5 Professional
Counseling &
Psychology Maors
Excellent Opportunity to
make a substantial
contribution for stu-
dents attending a pri-
vate technical school.
Primary goal of this
Student Advisor posi-
tion is to maximize
student graduation
rates. Candidate should
have at least BA in
Psychology/Counsel-
ing. Position requires
excellent interpersonal
and communication
skills. Person will be
part of management
eam. Salaried position
with benefits including
life, medical, dental and
vision plans; plus
retirement plan. Drug
free workplace and
background check.
Send resume withsal-
ary history to:
Michael Harter
Tulsa Welding School
3500 Southside Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32216
(FAX: 904-646-9956)
OFFICE MANAGER
Articulate, organized,
punctual adaptable.
multi-task capao.lity
Salary commensurate
witn experience Call
Mitch -A 904.730.3133

720 Medical


To provide medical
oversight of psychiatric
patients at inpatient
crisis stabilization
facilities.
FT Days and on- call
responsibilities.
For more into.
please call 743 1883.
Apply In person
(9ai.- 4p.m.j U- Fonly)
or mail resume to WHS,
Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. Norh,.
Suite 70 (M FRld
JaFDLponvieFlILTB
Fax resume to 743 519.
EOE'A Drug Free Workplac-
*V, 1IIba :;u I.]W ikiINiM
Beaches area. Evening
shift Exc pay + bonus
SI500 sign on bonus.
Fax resume 247-2296
HOME HEALTH AIDES
COMPANIONS,
SIfTERS & CNA's
S6 50 $10.00,hr
PT & Fr Apply at
Under ll. 33515 Hen.
bricks Ave Req'd
FDLE. physical & TB
M.A. F/T or P/T for
Manarin Int Med.
practice. Excellent
wage benefits for F/T
3 years exp. req'd. Fax
resume (904)26& 1215
MA / BMOU for Jax out-
patient center, exp in
cnest xray. Fr. M F
days. Fax resume to
(813) 253 3385 or em3ail
ttlswc'aoil corn
MOTORIZED LIFT
CHAIR Works
good Asking S200
OBO. Contact
Campbells at 786.4406


720 Medical
MEDICAL SECRETARY -
for front desk position.
with medical exp. multi
task ability & bilingual.
Eng/Span sh nec. PO
Box 1107 Orange Park.
FL 32073-1107
PHYSICIAN WANTED
Fam. Med PT/FT. $60/hr
Fax res. 904- 396- 4076
PRE- CERTIFICATION CLERK
Borland -Groover Clinic
has immediate open-
ing for an Precert Clerk
at the Belfort Rd Office.
Previous Exp required
Fax resumes attn: HR
398-5653 or email to
Jobs@bgclinic.com
RBHS has the following
opportunities available
immediately to people who
want to make a difference
in the lives of others:
CThare RNs GreN.
Dsecfferenticer
FT Evenings, Nights,

Mental Healto and
Techs
PT Weekends. PrN.
direct care
SecuriBA/BS ty Offier
5a5 7 days on.
a ways off
Driver
To transport mental
health clients in 25
passenger bus to and
from Day Program.
Valid FL CDL required.
Westside area.
Jasoe Managersl
BA/BS In Human Ser-
vices field. Entry level.
For more info.
please call 743n N88 wknd
FT position i offer benefits.
PRBnts. RNs and LPNs. MHTs
al ai -welcome.
(ment90, only794 5411 or
IBHS, Humani Resources,

Jacksonvle, FL3221L
Fax resume to 7298510
EOE.'A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE
ULTRA SOUND TECH
FT. Imonternal Mizedicine
practice in St August-
ine. Cardiovasrunslar
studies eXp pref. out
will train No wknds
Brgoodts. hAskh ins. retire
fornt 904general hgh54tec1 or
fax res 904 7924 7298
4, WHEELCHAIR
Ho.around
motorized. 5,
-years Ola, runs
good. Asking g350 OBO.
Call Campbelis at
786-4406

723 Denial
DENTAL ASST & BUSI-
NESS ASSET needed FT
for general hightech
ohice Exoerience req
Fax res 904-220-7811
DENTAL ASST- Chair-
side w/exp 4 days wk
757-7940 Iax 757 7942


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.
wwvs rivergarden org
Drug Free Workplace.



723 Dental
ORTHODONTIC ASST. for
Modern Baymeadows
office. Exp. pref.
448-9669 Fax 448-9560

724 Education'
Primrose School seeks
FT/PT infant through
school age Teachers.
Julington Crk 230-2828
7 Offace/!
725 Clerical

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Admissions
Assistant
Immediate opportunity
for an Individual to
achieve in a profes-
sional environment.
Prior experience as a
receptionist with word
processing and data
entry skills manda-
tory. Looking for a
strong performer with
excellent phone and
people skills. Superior
on the Job attendance
is essential. Benefits
include medical dental
vision, vacation, and
401K plan. Drugfree
workplace and back-
ground check required
AX resume to St ca
Bisconi at i904t 680 3530.
Tulsa Welding School
3500 SouthIIlde Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32216
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INBOUND CALL CTR REPS
Train 18 go to $9/hr
BeneFiLs & Quick Raises'
Must type
Call 739 3700
OFFICE HELP- FT or PT
Type 25-40 wpm.
ability to operate
computer, flexible for
more details 346.'1125
RECEPTIONIST- Org Park
Co seeking FT recept
Professional. orga-
nized & exp in general
office duties.
S8.50-$9 00/hr
beneFits tax resume to:
904-264-9630
SERVICE ROUTE DRIVER.
Class B alrbrakes apply
2a35 Powers Ave
Professional/
730 Personai
Services
BARBERS/STYISTS
Mgmt Oppl'ies. Top
wages, bonuses, bntts.
Clientel provided
SUPERCUTS 'side. new
St. Johns Town Ctr:
Angie 723 3713. Tammy
620 0472: lax Beach.
Susie 273 2888: W'side.
Brandil786 3547
732 Data
732 Processing


Restaurants/
735 Hotels
DANCERS DANCERS
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 expnec.
Will tran-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110

Bartenders and Waltstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar In Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645 00

MAINTENANCE, WEEK-
END SECURITY (EVES),
FRONT DESK SUPERVI-
SOR -Must work
nts/wknds. Apply in
person: 8737
Baymeadows Rd
Walkresses. Bartenders,
&A Doomian
No exp nec.
Will train. AM :PM.
Wackos 399-1110


737 Real Estate
SBert CreeK Hom. 3 2
2420 sl S 223.9W9,A 57
317'0662 or AAA by
otner Corn r2i49


737 Real Estate 745 Sales 745 Sales 745 Sales 745 Sales
4 4 Br 2 B Screened/ Only the Best AUTO SALES
Carpeted porch Exp'd only. 5 day work
$108.000 2 car garage, or $800- $1500 wk week. Great Day. Large
out doorstorageBldg owner Potential B2B Inside sales SALES- Experienced inventory. 882775
305 sqftReady to move in $000e$100,000 JOIN A WINNING TEAM fragrance/cosmetic
139- Royal Circle /Klngsland plus Benefits Call Mon or Tue rouct. Work Sat only. Technical/
Call Keith 783-8385 Mr Thomas 543-1919 resume 904-471-7655 Engineering
745 Sales ] ..
I745 sales with experience.
EXPERIENCE CAREER GROWTH ene.6411131
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FAX#(904) 64&69467



HEAVY
DUTY
Ready for a change?
Unique opportunity
for the right person
with a track record in
HD & Fleer sales Jax
based, lax resume to-
448-6690. or email:
SIL,3rta.ilh Op3.'Tn.:.ui.


SOFA EXPRESS
Hir-t .-1,, H.. r.: ,.nT.,rr..

Full-Time Furniture Sales
Consultant
Sofa Express is seeking fashion-forward.
enthusiastic, highly motivated Sales Consult.
ants who enjoy decorating, colors, and fabric.
Great customer service skills and eve/wknd
availability are req'd. We offer comprehensive
paid training (BEGINS SOON!). competitive com-
mission. exceptional benefits and exciting
growth opportunities.
Please apply at, fax, or e-mail resume to one of
the following locations:
Orange Park Gallery fax 904.899.1612
Regency Court Gallery fax 904.899.1862
careers'asofaexpress.com
Pre-employment drunscreening Is conducted.


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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
.nii i nna ini.H. rn .lverina r in a nrrn froe wnrknlace


CONTRACT W2 OPPOR- I -
TUNmIES NC. TX. CA. "' _me
CO, NY 904-371-3023
gaie.dozieri-'infixiLcom .. "

735 Reslauans/
BANQUET- UNpEd SEUT
for private dining apply
at club Club Continen-
tal. 2143 Astor St. Org
Park Tues Fri 9.4
NO PHONE CALLS
Bartender &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033


CAFE COUNTER HELP
Upscale cafe seeks
hardworking depend-
able person for PT
position. Duties Incl
cashier, cleanup &
customer service.


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 in
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
EPay: $1:1.00/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.careermnnaping.com/pemjobs
or call 1-877-PEM-JOBS





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


The City of Jacksonville
One Organization-So Many
Opportunities
www.coj.net


Public Works Worker
Service maintenance work in performing
semi-skilled manual labor tasks and minor
equipment operation in the construction,
maintenance, and repair of streets and
drainage projects.

Professional Engineer
Professional work at the lead worker level in
designing and preparing plans, specification
and engineering cost estimates for the con-
struction, operation and/or maintenance of
municipal projects requiring engineering
services to include capital improvement
projects.

Senior Laboratory Technician
Responsible for supervising and/or partici-
pating in the conducting of complex and
varied laboratory analyses and experiments
in the environmental field.


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


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Besides protecting our country, military


personnel stationed in our communities


donated 650,620 hours of volunteer


service in Northeast Florida and


Southeast Georgia last year. Their time


was given to community organizations,


church groups, youth activities, scouting


and more.





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$8-10/HR
Warehouse Position
Sporting Goods Co.
seeking quality indi-
vidual. Must be dep &
have exp. M-F. 9:30-6;
+ Benefits. Job Info:
904-584-0108
Warehouse/Driver
immediate opening,
valid lic. req'd. clean
record, good pay, ben-
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753 Security

SECURITY
PROFESSIONALS
Immediate Interviews
$8.50/ hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
completed
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
opens for Security Officer
and Security Supervisors
in the Fernandina Beach
area.
We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and excel-
lent working conditions
in a professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance
H/S Diploma/GED and
valid driver's license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
backgrounds checks.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must.
Please Apply:
M- F Sam- 3pm
(904) 261 5551



U.S. SECURITY ASSOC.
INC.
hiring FT. PT SECURITY
OFFICERS. Flex Pos
Avail. Class D lic re'd
Exc pay & oenelrs Lic
assi avall to qualified
canio ates.
904-721.809S








20 aInAf NlOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March

753 Security 870 Lawn Service- 905 Articles
________ 870 Landscaping For Sale
S U.S. SECURITY Add Beautiful Curb Appeal & FOR SALE: Power-
ASSOC. INC. & Value to your home /. zone weight bench
hiring FT. PT With Landscape Border SECURITY OFFICERS, Curbing. Free estimates weight & stand.
SFlex Schedules. Avail. 904-449-5168904-502-1134 Detached sit-up bench
S ClassoDlic req'd Exc Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 inluodged.04 plastic bedo.
asst availto qualified R&R LAWN CARE SER- liner. $75 obo. Please
candidates. VICE Active duty and call 912-576-2175.
904-721-8098 retired military owned An
and operated servicing T
5 OP., GCS and Middle- S 602walOHP5
t755 Miscellaneous burg. Military discount lon. Never Used.
veterans discount and
sr. citizen rate. Lic. & I S 0
APT. MAINTENANCE Insured. 264-9460 bo77140
Exp'd in turnkey..plumb I GO CART
& electrical, Valid DL. Painting/ | Yerf-Do 2 sweater
Transpt. Bkground & 876 wallpaper w/seatbelt.hp
Sdrug test reqd. Exc Wallpaper Engine, new tires,
j benefits. Apply at rollbars, new $1000.
4000-B St Johns Ave. BRTO HOME IUPROVEMENT Now $600. 904.225.2769
#22 Call for Directions 30 yrs exp in painting, 904.294.7033 Yulee FL
388-2225 cleaning Interior/exte- Hewlett Packard
CHILD CARE PROVIDER nrior. resd/comm. Lic. & Desktop Computer
full credentials needed Ins. 737.1756. 610.0418 ,I and desk Separate CD
to run learning center. Writer and DVD Rom
Good pay withbenefits. OA ,assage 256 MB Ram 30G Hard drive
Many perks, call Missy 94 passagee 400.00 OBO0886-7129
04-284-1444 or 545-3787 HOBART COMMERCIAL
CHILD CARE-Westside $60 IN-CALLS SUCER manual; 12"
FT&PT positionavail blade; 2" thick cut,
777-6201 Awesome Therapists $495 SUPERIOR SAND-
Ultimate Relaxation WHICH PREP REFRIGER-
-- Mon-Sat 9-6 MM15239 ATED UNIT. 13.9 cu.ft.
CLEANERS 242-898 48" wide $795
Residential, up to 242-8998 04-261-7007
5$9.50/hr Car insur-
ance reqd. FT M-F A* HONDA MOTOR-
Days only. 730-7201 SCOOTER 25occ,
8 $1600 window
mP Sac/heat unit 15,0o00
;DAY CARE WORKERS- btu, 220 volts $300.
needed Nr nAS Jax FT Large pickup toolbox
avail. 772-6550 $100. Bakers rack $100.
GENERAL NIGHT 904-272-7352
CLEANUP- must be HOT TUB/SPA-Cal Spas
able to work Tues-Sun V600 Brand NEW! MSRP
11pm-6am Apply In Merchandise $5499, Sale price $3899.
person Tues-Fri 904-781-8111 ask for
8am-1OamTIimuquana 900 Antiques Austin.
Country Club., 4028 902Appliances wwwcalspas.com
Tmu quana Rd.
EO an RdWP. 90Articles for Sale HOT TUB Hot Springs
910.Arts& Crafts Classic. 5 person, good
u .4 915 Building Supplies cond. $1000.384-2 39
fgjf] ** q 920 Business/Office HOT T uB NEW 6 P ON
TO perform general 922Collectablesand 3Jets.Toadedf
housekeeping and light Jewelry Full Warranty & Cover.
janitorial duties at South- 925 Computer Retail $6800 Sell $3800
Side and Northslde facili- S27 Craft/Thrift Stores (904) 739-0488
ties. Exp. in healthcare WSElectronics o KENMORE Washer
C setting pref. FT w/ben- 930 Farm/Planting T $75 3Ton heat
efits. Rotates weekends. g3SFruits/Vegetables L' pump $10s; goak
Ap l940 AC/HeaFuel RotoPdesk $500
(9i'I OV I.JFO 945 Garage Sales
r us 950 Garden/Lawn LADES ASSORTED
S900BlBlvd.No 95 565Household/Fumiture avUiFos
sulte Io0wa Floor). 960 Machinery and Tools 24variety of sizes.
Jacksonvil Ft122L 965Medical coat, rainjack, etc.
For more Info call 143 970 Musical Merchandise/ Call Ronl Leave msg
For drectin Sixt Services 729-2295
EOE'A DrugFreeWorkplace 975Photography LEFT BEHIND
980 Sporting goods SERIES- complete
Caif* % ro 990 Wanted to Buy 4J tset of 12 books like
Classiledcork' 359-1321 or Trade (904new con $35
HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED (904)781-7076
at North Florida nursing I Murray Riding mower
homes. Call House- A 125 HP40"Cut With
keeping Mgr 757-0600 902 Appliances utility trailer Great
IRRIGATION SERVICE condition 3 years old
Commercial exp. req. DRYER/WASHER call 874-1420
dr. lic. req. Orange Park BIG capacity, Exc Cond, Nice Teakwood Queen
Location. Exc. Opp. $200. Call 398.6369 f bed with drawers
Top Pay and Be-nefits lh Had ar
904-813-2004 a FORSALE: White- l telow Headbo9ar4d
Self-Cleaning nitestands c 779-4660 $ 350. alsol (904)
LANDSCAPE t Oven $250, Almond 779-4660 $350. also self
FOREMAN range hood$35 propelled lawn mower
L man White Microwave $25; $150.
Leadman Call 912-510-7734 POOL HEATER Propane,
& Laborers orS2-617-3745 Iv msg. Purex Triton 300, Mini
For Large commercial Full Kitchen Appli- 7max~525 Never Used
company Top pay and / ances Exc cond All 714-6704
benefits. 545-7177 W\J/ white S/S 26 CFT A Pro ane gas grill with
Fridge w/ice and H20. / tank New Burner $75.
Landscape Self cing stove Dishwasher, ph 223-8553
Maint Foreman and Microhood. $750 for all
Ready for a change? Call 646 2875 LV MSG A RAINBOW VACUUM
Jax #1 landscape co Microwave four years I..with all attach-
Now hiring Foreman. old $35.00 other items m -ents, $500 r best
benefits, top pay b offer PH 535-8690 offer912.322-6955
Advancement 545-1876 VA o SEWING MACHINE
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 Sell it quick! call 359-4321 Bab lok server
LEASING AGENT/ASST. Refrigerator new $250 ct w/diferentialew
For Pickwick Apt. washer & dryer $220. Sell $150.
in Mandarin. can deliver 446.6826 Ph 904-282-3840
Experienced preferred.
SComputer a must! REFRIG-FREEZER TASCO BINOCU-
CALL (904) 262-1038 side-by-side IARS lOXSOmm.
SJ9 WhIrlpool. paid Zip Focus Wide
MAINTENANCE PERSON- $979.Must sell Angle with case.
FT. Call or apply in $600 excellent condi- Exc. cond. $30.
person 260-9712 tion. Call 904-992-1708 904-221-9241
Place your ad. 359-4321 water and ice in door.
Place your ad. 359-321 W, Tasrthair armlent
MAINTENANCE TECH WASHER & DRYER T vertical adjustment
/POOL TECH -National X- lrke 10 cnyle, 4 Ildark blue fabric Like
apt mgt company. Full t 904 99ike new $3 3185 new $10.00 268-2482
certification, knowl- setA- a 993-3185
edge of HVAC & gen- m WASHER&DRYER Team Losl Gas Pwr RC
eral turnkey preferred. T Like new. Whirl- truck $350. Dog Kennel
Exc bnfts and starting pool, special edl- 6 x 8 $100, camper shell
pay. DFWP/ EOE. fax L ton super for S.10 $150 Rifles 270
resume to 721-8500 or capacity $325 OBO. Call $300 & 30130 $175.
stop in at 1385 Brook- Steve at 904-710.3931 710.3904
wood Forest Blvd. wa The Club Steering
FRONT DESK- $12/hr + T X-Large 10 cycle Wheel Security device
production bonus up to 1 l 4 4 spd, liike new Lienw40ne
$500/mo Fully paid $385set asking $10
health ins. Beautiful 904-993-3185 912673-1747 510PM
medical imaging ctr. _______ __' TONYBOSEI
Work Tue, Wed, Thur T CARDBOARD
2-8, Fri 10-8 & Sat 8-6. 905a Articles I CSTANDUP-BOARDFESZ.
Fax resume to 396-4198. For Sale IN COLOR NUMBER
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 1 9 9710CANSBE IN YOUR
A 1990 Keywest GOUSE FOR 41S
POOL SERVICE TECH T center console 70 268-2482
Bright, Energetic, Resp HP outboard alum TOOL BOX/CUSTOM
hard working. Great trailer $3,200 OBO '03 Nissan Frontier.
Hrs. Quick advance- work 270-6608 ext 202
ment. Valid DL & clean Home 904 751-4929 am $200. 333-1181
record req. Exp pref but Gomer TV'S, Computers, Etcl
not nec. Call 449-2055 1990 Keywest Police Seized! From $10O
PROJECT COORDINATOR/ c center console 70 Info 800-749-8128 xM438
PURCHASING for Ig HP outboard alum A Twin Size Comforter
commercial landscape trailer $3,200 OBO Set
co. Fax resume work 270-6608 ext 202 Includes sheets,
260-0833, Home 904 751-4929 am valance, and rug.
call 260-0811 Gomer Hello Kitty design. Barely
VALET ATTENDANTS A 48 inch Magnavox Big used! 542-4602 $40
$5.50hr-+tips FTPTstart / screen TV with PIP A Two military Ski lift
3/15/05 904.509.7551 < also comes with / tickets to Brecken-
screen protor runs ridge or keystone
great$700.00 Colorado unable to
760 Part-Time call Jim 904529-8263 use because of sickness.
AIRCRAFT Military Call Rick 542-2541 x142
Start Your own business for diecast airplanes, tanks A WEDDING DRESS -
only $10. Sell to family and & other items. | Fancy design, must
friends unlimited earn- www.Airplanesandmore.com Q. 0 see, excel cond.
ings, 50% commission on Size 18, sleeveless
1st sale Great products/no Air purifier hunter w/vet.$200 obo. Bride
inventory required Join the Hspatech 110 3 stage maids (2) dresses
A V 0 N t e a m. C a I Iliter 99.97% effective burgundy sz (12-14)
1.800-806-1558(ISR) $50 Call Jason $250obo. Call, Iv msg
777-5814 777-8120
762 Work At Home nImsh wedding Dress
April 2, 05. $700. Be17w/rose. Pink detail,
ASSEMBLE AT HOMETOPich Speakers- like new size 10.
$400/wk. Crafts e $6500; Outboard Motor Call eave msg
ewelry24hr3- eing $800; Audio Componets 272-4208. $350obo.
Jewelry 24hr 390- 3939 Piano Yahana 476-7694
SBusiness BEST OFFER-for ,A WIRELESS DANCE
815 Business couch, rocker ? GAME for PS2
Services recliner, dresser $50obo. 573-0254.
with mirror. Good Excellent Cohdition.
RESUMES condition 518-6427
mREUMES i eves 573-3677 days A Yardman 20" mulching
Same day service, T lawn mower 6 hp
pickup/delivery, $60 A C H I L D O A K Tecumsehengine XL
career counselling avail TABLE- 30"W 24"D V walk behind excellent
904-220-1481 \i18.5"H and 2 charts condition $90.00
old, solid, and in
8r30 Child beautiful cond $65 YARDSALE:
0(904)7817076 Dinning Table,
Care CRICare ue | Daybed. Curio. &
are- CRIB b a relIy u"sed d morel Located at
n. Ho Da Cre Bassett sleigh convy oak Crooked River Plant
In Dau crib & changing tbl/ Driver Phase I. March
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925 Computers

SComputer Moni-
tor Compaq,
keyboard, speak-
ers. 500MHz AM
processor. 64MOB RAM
10GB hard drive, 56K.
modem, ex con. $100.
904-823-1741
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pair of computer
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928 Electronics

SBOSE SPEAKER- for
sale. You must see
to belive call
778-2464
CAR SPEAKERS -
Q A/D/S car/ home
-1|speakers/ car
amp/ Jacobs
Accuvolt new or like
new. best sound you've
ever heard 200-9964
A Surge supressor/Line
SConditioner randmax
11 max-1000 8 ac outlets
1 coax in/out $50 call
Jason 777-5814
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
A Surround receiver
| demon avr-2500 Dolby
lprologic 85w/ch front
t 25 inch surround
excellent condition call
Jason 777-5814 $500.
TV 48" w/remote,
S workingZenith
1 model. Asking
4 $325.00 Sold AS IS,
Call 904-278-7966
Place your ad. 359-4321
Yard Sale 2650 Cardl-
/ |gan Ct Orange Park
Sat March 12th
m7am-12pm Tools VW
Parts furniture clothing
misc.

AC/Heat/
Fuel

FIREWOOD,
$45 for a 1/2 loaded,
$80 for trailer load.
Will deliver stacked,
904-728-4271
945 Garage
Sales

Are Moving Sale I
Sat 9-12; Furniture Etc.
8362 Cross Timbers Dr. E.
Classifieds work! 359-4321
Argyle Forest Sat 7-12,
651 Morning Mist Way.
Fum, applls, mIsc Items
Argyle Moving Salem Sat.
7. ?Lots of everything I
7350 Boysenberry Ct.


945 Garage Garage 950 Garden/
Sales 94 Sales J Lawn
ARL Sat 8-1 New Mill SouthsideSat. 3/19 -The A WeedEater $40.00
Cove East Community residences of Timber- n (904) 742.7066 or
Sale Shawnee Shores Dr lin Parc will hold their IL? (904)220.5729
Se it quick! Call 3519-4321 2nd annual neighbor- ___ ___
hood sale. 7am- 3pm
ARL- Sat 8-2. 13950 located behind Target CC Household
Tiffany Pines Cir So. Off on Southside Blvd. 1 Furniture
of Wonderwood WESTSIDE Sat 8am.
Atl Bch Sat 8-4. Something 4812 San Juan Ave. Lg. 2 BEDROOM SUITES, liv-
for everyone too mucn Multi person sale, ing rmcouch & Iv seat,
to list! 73Garden Ct. incredible bargains, 3 fables, Ig enter, unit,
tools, lamps, furn, art more. 705-8765
BALDWIN MOVING SALE books, glassware, HHI-
Fri & Sat 8-5; 1.1GW to items antqs, collect- A 36" Solid Oak Table
Baldwin exit.turnN. on ables and more. 30 Base excellent
301 to hwy 90 turn W. 1 J l/conditlon three chairs
ml to CR121 turn N. Classifieds work! 359-4321 $400269-2413
Chipmunk Ln 1 mi on R. Side MOVING SALEII A aluminum Topper
Barn Sale Fleming Island Kids & maternity ciths 81.5" Long, 63.5"
End of Bal d Eagl baby items &furn, twin Wide. Exc. cond.
Pine Ave. Tools. &2 waterbeds. dresser, was on'97 Dodge
clothes, furn antiques Ioveseat. recliner, Dakota Club Cab. $200.
Fri l1-3p (SCHOOL ZONE computer&desk, fridge, 781-1532
No early birds) Sat &-2p w/d. trampoline. 8158
Kilkeily Ln S. in Ortega Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
GARAGE SALE Bluff. Fri-Sun. 7:30-2:30 A Armoire for sale
Sat and Sun cherryfinishsolid
Sto gm Bargain Hunters Galore ood holds television
Fleming Isand.. and electronics for
Rd Off Hwynle and This Sat & Sun have your more info call 772-0125
Hibernia. Ladies garage sale at The asking $600.
Clothes and shoes.. Market Place. Vendor A BEAUTIFUL TEMPERED
EXCELLENT CONDITION... Spaces Starting @ GLASS END TABLES, (2)
Books/Movies misc. $7/Day8 GASj40ea Stroller, good
7059 Ramona, 78-FLEA condtrol
Huge Kid consignn- 7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA condition 40.
ment sale Fr 3/18, Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 904-641-5059
J78am-4pm Sat 3/19 BED KING SIZE MATT
an-2pm A Gxarden! Set. New in plastic. Must
12133 Honey Creek Place off Set Lawn Se n
Orange Picker/San Jose -awn Sell $245 (904) 4846177
Madarin 904 335403Black eckerEdge BEDROOM 4 PC ST $298
Place your ad. 35321 Hog 2-in- 1 Electric 2 pcSofa & Chir 98
ICW 13873 Hanover 3|%Tlandscape edger 5 PC Oak Dinette $198
Park Ct. Sat-Sun 8-2, $45.00 2238553 3 pc Qn Simmons Bd $198
multi hm sale. A Electric Lawn Mower 3 rm Spc condo pkg 998
INTERLACHEN -Fri, Sat, offer about $45.00 VCR'sfrom 0
Sun. Much guns, ammo, I/without extension 20"colorTiV's 5
reload, black powder, cord. ph 535-8690 days Microwaves from 9
camping, tools, jet skis. CORT((I CETE
125 Twin Lake Grove Dr. A Murray 22' side dis- (9 9-90
3 miles E. traffic light. | charge mower 3.8 hp
S t Tecumseh engine Place your ad. 3594321
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 S excellent condition ,=:(.I.]a :. IH
JCP -Westgate at end of $60.00 ph 223- 8553 Dining nd Living Rooms
Flora Branch 125 N. Placeyour ad.3594321 Leather and Ent Centers
Burgndy Tr. March di Quality Furn Wholesale
19th 7am. Furn, cmptr, Mu r ryr i d i n uNo membership requIlred
elec, toys, dog crate, | 2mower12.5hp4 mmerip er
ham radl equip, Bas- Icut with utility *visWmc/amex/discover-
sinetv&dmore. trailerugreat con- 24lx24,Ilkni-1
edition 3 years old $375 k11 al l 3
Mand. Sat & 1; couch, file Call 874-1420
cabs, Harley access, misc.
249 N Lake Cunningham Ave A RIDING MOWER
New battery. ood Bedroom Set Traditional
MANDARIN Hatton l1 running condition Kincaid All Wood -
Chase Briarmead Ln. $600. Call (904) Dark Cherry King Wall
Quality HH items, col- 742-7066 or (904) Bed w/Mirror back/left
lectables, etc. Fri-Sat 8-? 220-5729. & right piers w/cabl-
nets, Triple Dresser w/
MANDARIN SAT. 7AM Sell it quick! Call 359-4321 Tri. Panel Mirror, Linge-
IeDnIre BA N rie chest w/8 drawers.
KNCREDIB BARGAfridN L riding mower new Exc cond $2400 363.3118
ridingmower 2 Brink- batterygood running
mianS mokr, p io b condition$600 BOX &MATTRESSSET
/chrs, love seat & chair, (904) 742-7066 or Qn Size. In Plastic. $120
marble -glass tbis. 262.7472 220-5729 (904) 48*46177
10579 Clydesdale Dr. W. Walker rider lawn A COFFEE TABLE
Classifieds work! 359-4321 mower 42" cut .T mirrored top
4 |model MC with IJ/3"0Wx49"L, End
MOVING SALE Fri, 8a-12p Kohler OHC 16 hp table mirrored top
1290 Belvedere Ave V-Twin runs great 24"x24", Ike new $100.
Avondale. Everything $ 3,500 OBO call 249-1611 Call 264-2931


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9 Furniture
SComplete Double
Bedroom Set
Including Mattress
and Foundation
Dark oak and Brass EC
$250 firm call Jeff
226-2450
COMPUTER ARMOIRE -
$150, ofc chr $25
288-8935
SContemporary Ent. Ctr
/ w/glass cof. tbl $1000
Breakfast nook with
extension and two
chrs. EC $350. 261-5205
Couch & love seat
CT light Beige with soft
country colored
-stripes & 4 matching
Pillows Exc condition
$ 150.00 778-4669
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
Couch & Loveseat
SMatching, 3 pc, table
set & recliner exc
1 cond. $350 obo. also
27" TV $100. 912.729.7340
A Couch with built in
SRecliner mint con-
kilIdition $195 OBO
Two synthetic
leather Recllner Chairs
$ 45 ea OBO 282-8665
Classifieds work! 359-4321
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE w/ B
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet
New in box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2150.737-1764
DINING ROOM exc cond,
china hutch, table & 6
chrs $590 obo Call Sam
at 705-8293
A DINING TABLE with
S 6chrs $200. Glider
tli Rocker with stool $25.
261-5205
DR SUITE Moving, lOpc
DR. trad, WInf, exc
cond. 318-6112
FULL SIZE BED,
Light wood head-
board, boxsprings
mattress lyr old
$100 obo. 249-9460
FURN Lexington TV
armoire asking $400.
Oval dining table, $75.
Mini frig $100. 382-1293
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
FURN -Ig Ithr couch,
w/dbl recliner 700,
antq Zenith turntable
stereo, new fans & fau-
cets.& more 230-9951
4 GLASS TABLE TOP
DINETTE SET
You must see to
1 believe! Call
778-2464
s Hide -A- Bed counch,
Solid black Queen size
|j bed inside, must sale
before move only
$150.00 call 576-9827


955 Household
955 Furniture
A INFANT Changing
Table good con-
Ldition, $45. Call
221-8749
A Keller solid oak din-
ning room set 6 chairs
5OBO 8214774
L Master Bedroom
Suite, Ivory
tLPw/marble top
s queen bed. Night-
stand Armoire
Dresser Mirror. Good
cond. $900. 272-4208
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
MATT & BOX SET. QN
Size. Still in orig. plastic
Sacr. $120 (904)484.6177
Place your ad. 359-4321
A Oval dining room
Stable w/4 High-
kL back chairs. Multi
colored/teal/blue/
pink/on black $ 75 call
9047784669
A Pine china cabinet
S48"X70"X11"$175Golf
Clubs Ram gold with
bag 3. pin putter Driver
and 3W $ 100.00 771-0365
Q-SOFA BED $150; Lthr
Sofa. Loveseat & Chr
Best offer; Oak Tbi &
6chr $150- 2Cof. This.
904-262-O5905
ROLLTOP DESK Oak
Sw/ chair, $550 OBO,
| k Antique oak side-
board with glass
top $400 OBO. Call
Steve 912-882.-5044
Place your ad. 359-4321
SLEEPER SOFA $400 GE
frig, $400 Iron patio set
$300. Moving 230-9535
Classifieds work! 359-4321
" V Solid wood wall
Suit with 3 sepa-
|rate sections for
S curio display, tele-
vision & plenty of
storage (117"LxB3"H)
$750.00 OBO 226-2090
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
4 TV STAND Sideboard
/ light wood with four
Frosted Glass Doors.
Excellent condition.
$150. 904-641-5059
6 Twin Size Com-
T former set Includes
Sheets. Valance
e"k and rug Hello
Kitty Design Barely
used call 42.4602
$40.00
Thomasville 3pc Ithr LR
$1500. Polaski curio,
3pc corner desk, antq
blanket chest, Mahog
cabinets, kng 8pc BR
w/sleigh bed, lots misc
'69 Linc. Cont.l Mark III
$2900. 287-9818 by appt


9 Machinery

SCRAFTSMAN AIR
COMPRESSOR 6hp,
0Ogal. Vertical tank
two stage oil less
motor, 240Volt. Like
knew $300. 276-0656
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
BAND EQUIP Pro PA,
amps, guitars, mixer
boards. 294-1994
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
ORGAN Kawai DX-80
elec, like new. 90 Ibs
$395 obo. 268-0623
S PIANO Oak.
Kimball oiano with
4| bench. Good con-
ditions. $600obo.
904-771-7219
WANTED Keyboard
Wizard for steady gig in
Ponte Vedra Beach
Tavern 246-1063
YAMAHA PIANOS 48"
studio $2k, 6'1" grand
$12k. like new 379-1625

80 Sporting
Goods

A ALMOST NEW IRON
S MAN OLYMPIC
Weight Bench
Incl's approx 245
Ibs. Dip bars, squat
rack leg ext, plate-
holder, $250 obo.
904-631.9103 or
Melissa 904-610 5456
m- For sale Golf equip-
- |ment woods, irons set
for men/LadlesBags
Balls, games etc
call Walt 778-9167
Mon-Frl 2-6 PM
For Sale Power-
Szone weight bench
Bw/ incline,
bar,weight stand.
Powerhouse sit-up
bench included $ 200.
OBI Dodge 04 remov-
able plastic bedliner
$75. OBO call
912-576-2175
Classifieds work! 359-4321
O GOLF CLUBS Good
/ Condition with Bag.
2-PW cavity back
irons.with putter.
$70 912-242-2249
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
GOLF CLUBS Titleist
irons, 962's DCI, Ultra
light shafts reg. flex
$250 obo. 289-6771
INTERLACHEN -FrI, Sat,
Sun. Much guns, ammo,
reload, black powder,
camping, tools, jet skis,
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3 miles E. traffic light


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A weekly look at the automotive market


Cadillac's





2005 ST


By Dan Scanlan
Special
Cadillac wants to
play with the big
boys i.e.
Mercedes-Benz, Lexus,
Infiniti and BMW and
Audi.
So don't call this new
sedan a Seville, even
though it carries the same
alphabetic nomenclature
as the midsize sedan once
known as the Seville
Touring Sedan.
Nope, this is the new
STS, based on the exclu-
sive-to-Cadillac Sigma
rear-wheel-drive platform
shared with the CTS
sedan and SRX sports
utility vehicle. And it
appears to have the right
stuff to play with its its
midsize luxury perform-
ance competition BMW
5 Series, Mercedes Benz
E-Class, Lexus GS430,
Audi A6 and Jaguar S-
Type.
The new exterior is a
slightly softened version
of the edgy Cadillac CTS
design, a look first
revealed in the 2001
Cadillac Evoq concept
that turned into the
Cadillac XLR roadster.
Closer examination shows
the STS rounds out the
edges a bit, its classic
Cadillac grille thrusting
past less angular vertical-
ly stacked headlights,
each element set in a
chrome housing.
The car has a wide
stance and characterful
bumper with neatly inte-
grated turn signals
stacked over fog lights
flanking a steel mesh
lower air intake. There is
no side trim, just subtle
character lines, one run-
ning from the headlights
to just below the chrome-
trimmed window beltline
until it merges with the
vertically stacked tail-
lights, the other from the
front wheel wells up to
the rear lights. The door
sill has a slight indent
above it to reduce the flat
side shape.
The STS rides on seven-
spoke polished alloy
wheels and Michelin
P235/50R17-inch radials.
The whole look is taut
and different from the
rounded Sevilles of yester-
year, the car better plant-
ed on the ground, less bul-
bous and more athletic.
And fit and finish was
very good, panel lines all
straight and slim, the
paint well done.
The interior echoes the
more angular look of the
CTS, with a touch of
German somberness as
well. The front seats are
10-way power adjustable
with air conditioning as
well as heating, plus
height-adjustable power
lumbar support. They
were comfortable and
easy to set up, but didn't
offer a lot of side support
for the younger buyer
Cadillac hopes to lure into
this car. The three-spoke
wood and leather-clad
steering wheel has a grip-
pable rim with integrated
stereo and voice recogni-
tion buttons, and power
tilt and telescope adjust-
ment. The electrolumines-
cent gauge package offers
a bright, concise 160-mph
speedometer overlapping
an 8,000-rpia tach with
gas and temperature
gauges and a digital trip
computer/tire pressure


* German qualities


with American flair


Dan Scanlan/special


The STS' exterior is a slightly softened version of the edgy Cadillac CTS design.


monitor/engine
monitoring display
underneath.
The dash is cov-
ered in a padded,
low-gloss leather-
finish plastic. Slim
air vents flank an 8-
inch digital satellite
navigation touch
screen with main
function buttons
underneath, framed
in warm eucalyptus
wood. The climate
control offers dual-
zone temperature
control.
No key is needed
to get into this king-
dom or fire it up -
a remote start sys-
tem allows you to
start the engine via
the key fob.
Another piece of
technology was cool
and frustrating at
the same time, and
part of the satellite
navigation system.
Its touch-screen con-
trols the superb 15-
speaker Bose sur-
round sound system
(AM/FM/XM
Satellite Radio/six-
disc CD, and DVD
movies when the car
is parked) with
speakers atop the
front seats. Its dif-
ferent screens also
alloy the driver to
navigate, set alarm
and remote lock
functions, seat posi-
tion memory,
Bluetooth hands-
free cellular tele-
phone system, even
set the suspension
on "Touring" or
"Sport."
You can change
stations or switch
audio sources off the
steering wheel -
much easier than
some German cars I
know. Or ... tap a
steering wheel but-
ton and you can ask
the car to change
the climate control,
even open and close
the windows,
prompting our son
to call it "wicked!" It
can be programmed
for multiple lan-
guages, from
German to a butler-


2005 Cadillac STS


Dan Scanlan'special
Eucalyptus wood accents the dash and steering wheel of the 2005
Cadillac STS. The satellite navigation screen is also used to control the
Bose stereo system and Bluetooth hands-free telephone system.


Specifications

Vehicle type ...mid-size rear-wheel-drive luxury sports sedan
Base price ............................ $46,800 (As driven $58,560)
Engine type..........................cast alloy DOHC, 32-valve V-8
Displacement ...........................................................4.6-liter
Horsepower (net).................................. 320 hp at 6,400 rpm
Torque (lb-ft) ............................................. 315 at 4,400 rpm
Transmission......5-speed electronically-controlled automatic
with Driver Shift Control
Wheelbase ................................................................116.4 in.
Overall length .......................................................... 196.3 in.
Overall width......................................................... 72.6 in.
Height....................................................................... 57.6 in.
Front headroom................ .................................. 38.7 in.
Front legroom.......... ....................................42.6 in.
Rear headroom ..........................................................37.9 in.
Rear legroom ........................................................... 38.3 in.
Cargo capacity....................................... ........13.8 cubic feet
Towing capacity .............................................up to 1,000 Ibs.
Curb weight......................................................3,921 pounds
Fuel capacity .................................................... 17.5 gallons
Mileage rating........................ 17 mpg city/ 26 mpg highway
(we averaged 16.5)
Last word......................... Cadillac has entered the German
sports sedan arena with a credible car.
^


like male British
voice or teacher-like
female English
voice. But despite
my best attempts to
speak clearly, proper
commands like "sys-
tem temperature 60"
became "system tem-
perature 68," while
others like "System
on" shut the a/c off.
The satellite navi-
gation screen had
glare despite
up/down adjust-
ment. And when I
lowered the right
rear window after it
didn't budge under
voice command, it
stuck open, requir-
ing a dealer visit for
a new regulator. So
much for technology!
Rear seat room
was OK, with a rear
a/c vent and con-
trols, center arm
rest with cup hold-
ers and a ski pass-
through to the
trunk. But it was a
bit tight in leg room
for two adults, while
the trunk was just
big enough, with a
cargo net and a nar-
row opening.
On the road, the
new STS tries very
hard to feel like a
German sports
sedan with
American comfort
engineered in, and is
light years ahead of
the Seville Touring
Sedan of a few year's
back. Our test car's
320-hp Northstar V-
8 with five-speed
automatic transmis-
sion that can be
shifted or set in
"Sport" mode got to
60 mph in a fleet 6.4
seconds with smooth
shifts and a subtle
engine growl a
half-second faster
than the front-
wheel-drive 300-hp
STS we tested in
1998.
Magnetic Ride
Control magnetic
particles suspended
in the suspension
system react within
milliseconds to road
imperfections -
coupled with av sus-


pension tuned on
Germany's infamous
Nurburgring race track
offered a supple-yet-firm
ride that smothered
bumps and limited body
lean in turns.
The base price of our
2005 Cadillac STS sedan
with V-8 is $46,800,
including standard auto-
matic rear leveling sus-
pension, traction control,
Stabilitrak, cruise control,
remote start, leather
seats, power
windows/door locks/mir-
rors, front and side air
bags, rear parking assist,
alarm and auto-dim rear-
view mirror. Our test car
added an $11,065 luxury
performance package with
power front lumbar, heat-
ed/cooled front seats and
heated rear seats, euca-
lyptus wood trim, Bose 5.1
Studio Surround stereo
with in-dash six-disc
'CD/DVD changer, satellite
navigation, XM Satellite
radio, Magnetic Ride
Control, rain-sensing
wipers and HomeLink
garage door transmitter.
Manufacturer's suggested
retail price $58,560.
For comparison, $56,145
pays for a nicely optioned
BMW 530i with 225 hp in-
line six, and about
$62,000 buys a Mercedes-
Benz E500 with 302-hp V-
8.
Bottom line the new
Cadillac STS has a seri-
ous dose of German fit
and finish as well as han-
dling and power, in a dis-
tinctive American body.
The ride and handling,
plus quiet interior are
above-average for an
American sedan, and so is
the level of sophistication.
It's too bad our test car
had the ignition and
power window problems,
and the rear seat leg room
is less than the long
wheelbase indicates.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new
vehicles on Northeast Florida's
roads, averaging about 200 miles
of combined highway and city
traffic during a weeklong test.
The test vehicles ate provided by
the manufacturer according to
their schedule, and represent a
broad spectrum of sizes and
prices. The prices listed are man-
ufacturer's suggested retail
prices. A longer version of this
review and past reviews can be
seen on jacksonville.corn's
"Autos" link.


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JXAllr NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 17, 2005


980 Sporting
Goods

4 Treadmill Sears Lif-
estyler Electronic
JPanel motor Heavy
Duty Sturdy made in
USA $ 95.00 firm 268-2482
4 Weight Bench with Bar
Sand Weights Heavy
V |duty Tunturi Good
condition $50.00 oil
Fired Reddy Heater $40.00
ph 246-4461
4. YAMAHA XLT 1200
'04, Jet Ski excel-
I L lent Condition, incl.
trailer and several
accessories. Call
803-3515

9w Wanted To
Buy Or Trade

4 LOOKING for Kay-
Saks. Canoes and
flat bottom boats
S for sale. Call
912-496-4885






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


1005 Livestock
I & Supplies

., HORSE TRAILER 16'
SDouble D '97, dual
SI axle, straight load,
' straight pull, 4'
tack room. Elec brakes,
$2000 904-272-7352
QUARTER HORSE Mare,
good for kids, $1500,
inclds saddles, etc
284-9890
Reg Pal QH Gelding
15.3HH 5y/o $5000
obo 545-8309

i101 Pet's &
Supplies

v ADORABLE T
Cute & Fluffy. Maltese,
Poodle, Pekingese,
Bichon-Poo, Poms,
Financing Available
Pet World 262-4646
BIG SALE NOWIll
AFRICAN GREYS -2,
1 8wks, $700ea.
912-882-9435
AMERICAN PITBULL PUPS
ADBA reg w/ papers,
Jeep, Calamity Jane,
Cowboy $250. 588.8812
AQUARIUMS 90 gal & 10
gal saltwater, com-
plete systems, black
cab. $400. 904.538.9786
AUSSIES -mini & toy,
s/w, full blood, POP,
M/F. $500 406-2503
BOXER PUPS, AKC, All
shots $450 1M/6F
Fawn. 2F/3M Brindle
660-286-2316
CHIHUAHUA- PUPS
ACA reg, $400.
525-6519
CHIHUAHUA PUPPY
IFem., 12wks, Tiny, AKC
$550. 904-631-2500
COLE PUPS AKC, sables
& whites, ready 3/22,
Reserve yours early!
$375 386-328-4352
DACHSHUND AKC, 2M, 1
dapple, 1 red, s/w, $300
229-244-5968
DEER DOGS Guaranteed
$500ea. or 2 for $800.
904-826-1989
4 FINCH-"Ladybird"
Q Free to a good
25edhome. Includes
cage and feed.
Very sweet disposition.
904-725-0009
FREE 12 Month Old
Weimaraner-Kenn
S ell, leash, collar
M included Call
693-3387
FREE CKC reg Yorkie
femr, 6mo. all shots
225-5904
German Shep/Golden
Retriever Mixes, 3BIk
M's. $50ea. 753-2631
GERMAN SHEPARD
PUPPIES, 2F, WKC Reg.,
HC, 12 wks, $300. Call
Harry 904-556-1081
GERMAN SHEPHERD
-solid bilk M. 11mos
old, $400 obo 537-8040
GREAT CAT--Sammy
(male), beautiful Maine
coon, good personality,
very friendly, house-
broken, neutered, ok
w/dog. Indoor/outdoor,
needs room to roam.
$25 donation to shelter.
233-4457 or 278-9855
nights.
ITALIAN GREYHOUND
4 Gorgeous fern's. AKC,
$500. 904-291-6859
LAB pup, beautiful
yellow male, show
quality, $700 291-6784
Malti-Poo White 8 mos
great w/kids. Serious
inquires $750.579-6191
MINI DACHSHUNDS -
CKC 1st shots/ hith
certs, $300ea 386-938-2367
MIN PIN -bik/tan,
Beautiful smart 3mo
old, 646-4906
PERSIAN KITTENS FOR
SALE. No papers.
$125ea.. 904-891-0122
PIT BULL PUPS, wht
English/red nose, S&W,
POP, 4M, 3F, 879-2839
POM PUPS- AKC
3F/1M, Will be ready
3/15/05. (912) 437-5825
RED NOSE PIT BULL PUPS
$250; 8wksI 1st shots,
904-568-1646
ROTTWEILER -PUPS
9 wks, g head, German
breed, 386&659-1426 or
904-2i9-9059
SHIBA INU-Fem. cream,
spayed, AKC/CKC reg.
chip. Neg 213-7801
STAFFORDSHIRE BULL
TERRIER 7mo. AKC,
solid white, exc temp.,
potty trained, loves
kids. Pd $1500... asking
$1000 .firm. 352 328.4796
UMBRELLA COCKATOO
w/cage, $700.
Call 764-0428
WEIMARANER born
12/10. Fern, papers,
crate $350 obo 509-3387
WEIMARANER PUPPIES
AKC, S&W, POP.
289-7665
WEIMARANER PUPS AKC
S & B, M/F, guarantee
SE delivery $450 -$550
770-442-1587
WEIMARANERS -AKC,
pups, 1Owks, Ocilla, Ga.

YORKIE PUPS- AKC,
Champ bldln, Sm $900 -
$1000. 904 502-7303
YORKIES Excellent
Quality HC & Guaran-
teed. 904 504 9633






Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals


122B Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RVs and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
130 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
L325Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted


1205 Boats
14' PONTOON '05 -Mtr &
Trlr w/Suntop. $5500.
941-504-1819
S16.9' SUNBIRD '97
9SOhp Evinrude Tilt,
S Trim, Top VHS, Radio,
center console. Alum
Trir $6000. 904-261-2211
Robert
1988 SUNBIRD 16FT
Runabout, Bow Is
enclosed. Johnson
88 outboard. Runs
great. Galv trailer.
1500 912-673-64r8
after 4PM.


1205 Boats
41997 14" Fiberglass
Ash craft Johnson 30
Trailer Depth finder
oars life jackets
Marine Medical kit $2,500
261.0487
94 1997 Sunbird 17ft 90
SHP Evinride 80 gallon
I .uel tank top uhf Radio
price $6,000 (904)
261-7211 Robert
19FT. MONTEREY
SCuddy Cabin 1992
S3.0 mercrulser
se engine 1/0. Must
sell. $5500 obo. Call
Tom 912-255-0964 or
912-576-8769
20* Hurricane Deck Boat.
'88 Center Console.
trailer. 150 Suzuki
extras, $4900. Call
386-32& 0077 Palatka
22 GALAXY '88. cuddy
cabin. 4.3 Mercruiser
make offer 771-1345
23' SEA OX '88 Cuddy
'02 stroke, Yam. 225,
spotting twr, FF, VHF
wtrlr. $11,900. 699-4987
4, 15 1/2ARROW '74,
SMotor 70HP
- jEvinrude '97. Boat
and motor in good
shape. New tires and
bearine on trailer. $3500
obo. 912-576-7692
A lum. Boat and Trailer
50hp Mercury with Tilt
S and Trim $2000obo.
912-729-4678 James
AUTO+BOAT AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
March 19 @ 11 am. See
ad under auctions.
4 Buy the Trailer and
S get free boat
S motor! $700obo.
Boat and Motor
need repairs. Daniel
729-4001
WANTED- Boats.
motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440
4, YAMAHA Y2250 '01
S Doug Harvey
| Suspension Excel.
Rims Rentahl bars,
boots, helmet incl.
Extremely Fast. $2600
PCS 912-882-0992

Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies
4 98' Kawasaki Jet
ski rebuilt motor
looks / runs great
l must see $2,500
OBO call 268-6210 or
537-0034
MOTOR Yamaha 9.9
4 stroke, hi thrust, $1695.
277-4544
4 OUTBOARD NIS-
SSAN 9.9, Xtra long
start, as new tank
& hose, motor,Never
run 912.-673-7694

1230 sRiV's

24' Fleetwood Mallard.
Excellent cond. 1997.
New tires, all equip.
$8000 obo. 904 994.9583
24' GODFREY PONTOON
'86 w/trlr. 115 Evinrude
$5000. 904-220 2626
32' FLAIR A CLASS '93-
29k+mi., Gen., Exc. cond
$25kobo. 904-242-0189
'34 HOLIDAY RAMBLER
'99 -ViOeng. 15.8k ml.
$59,500. 904-771-8302
93"DBLW Fleetwood
3br/2ba 3 mile from
NAS Jax 25,000 OBO
t has Porcli carport IN
PARK H/D 1200 2001100
Miles 8500 904 291-7735
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800.541-6439
BARTS "78- Exc cond.
$7000 or trade for truck
or Pool Camper. 964-2338
4 CAMPER 83x167'
AC/HEAT, Shower/
SlILoaded $2000. Firm.
2 Jet Skis, Uble
Trailer. All Assec. Runs
great, will sell. Seper-
ate $4000 FOR BOTH.
JIM I v e m s g.
904-529-8263
4, COACHMAN 24' -
84,Class C, foot,
I motorhome, fully
contained, gen-
erator, 350, engine
41,500 miles, $8,000.
992-6877 or 294-3564
COACHMAN
CAMPER '74
sleeps 4, full
kitchen bath, can
sleep 8, 22', $1,800 nice
cond, 724-4410 or 855-8021
COACHMAN ROYAL 29 -
sips 6, dbl dr, tandem,
nice unit, $8850.
622-822

BOUNDER 35ftD 03,
I< | Mint Cond, 12K
miles, Many opt's 3
slides, Vortec 8.1 $85K
603-479-4122
Keystone Cougar '03 29'
w/super slideout.
fiberglass walled, gar
kept, grt cond. $16,000.
firm 904.739.8216
WINNEBAGO ELAINDAN
35' Tag axle, '88,
passenger and drivers
door. Too much to 4ist,
$8800 -622-8222

1300 Motorcycles
4 02' Harley Dyna
SSuper Glide 3900
Miles Garaged
4 .Extra chrome
Accessories many
performance parts EX
$14,900 OBO
904 284-5258
4 1997 Honda Helix
scooter/cycle250cc
|Inew tires new battery
0low miles less than
7,000 must sale $1950. OBO
542-3500
S2002 YZ259F Super
clean!! Alum moose
handle Bars Levers,
New Grips chain &
Sprockets plus more. $2,900
912674 0617
4 2003 Honda Magna 750
Scc V4 Cruiser excel-
Ilent condition 8,000 mi
$5,000 firm priced
below Blue book Orig
owner extras
call 904 673-4605


1300 Motorcycles
02 Harley Dyna
SSuper Glide 3900
Smiles Garaged
Extra Chrome
Accessories Many
performance parts EC
$14,900 OBO
904-284-5258
4 HARLEY Softail
/ FXST, bik, 5,600
Slmi's, warr, $100
extras saddle
bags, fuel injection ,
$ 1 6 5 0 0 o b o
912-576-5207
HD Fatboy 95, extra
chrome, 8K mi, $13,500.
Call 215-3031
HONDA 600RR '03
New rear tire, after
market rights tag
relocator exhaust.
9,700ml, $6500obo.
904-838-8149
HONDA CR85R '03. Runs
& looks great, must sell
$2295. Call 389-7700
HONDA Shadow Sabre
'02, custom paint,
saddle bags 2800mi,
like new, $5900 obo.
571-1234
S SUZUKI 02
d 4 Wheeler 50 CC,
S $500. 904771-1388
SUZUKI DRZ400E '02,
Brought new In Sept '04.
Looks brand new, must
sell quick $3950. 389-7700

1310 Auto Parrts
R BED RAILS/ STEP-
SIDES -2004 Ford
Ranger XLT, orig
t factory made, mint
cond $150 per set. Call
246-5797 or 982-9840
leave message.
CAR TOP CARRIER
/ good cond. $50,
dehydratorr, new, in
box, $25. Call &
Leave msg. 777-8120
CHROME 22"
WHEELS- with
tire s, & wheels
8 Excellent cond
$1600 obo
(904)803-6828
Fiberglass truck top-
t er year old nave
. 1 Blue fits Chevy Sil-
verado short box
$1,000 BO 635- 5557
1 HARDTOP FOR CJ
Jeep Black with
winFdows and
sunroof. $200. Call
912-269-1296
1 TRUCK CAP. -
Century Brand,
a I fiberglass, custom
fit, Nissan 86.5 -
'97 king cab. Exc cond,
$250. Call 904-284-4883
WHEELS 16X8"
Factory Chevrolet
SIWheels from 2002
Silverado in good
condition. $200 obo.
Call 576-6801 leave
message.

1320 Antiques/
132 Classics

1970 CHEVY CSP-10,
912-287-1507. For pic
bjf31501@yahoo.com
1983 CHEVY El Camino
305, mi unknown, fair
condo, $3000, 384-9673




a CHEVY CORVETTE
'81 AT, AC, 94k
V mi, glass T-tops
black with silver
interior $10,500obo.
Nice driver 571-6008
FORD MUSTANG GT
S- '92, green /sil-
4l|ver. gray Ithr,
rebuilt rear end
runs/ drives beautiful
car, 3:73, gears. $3500
obo 200-9964

1325 Automotive
a 1986 CJ7 6 cyl needs
Slight body work and
qLpaint 31" new Tires
Tons of Potential for
Jeep Enthusiast $3,900 OBO
220-4776
a 1986 CJT 6 CYL NEEDS
Slight body work &
|paint 31" new tires
tons of potential for
jeep enthusiast $ 3,900 OBO
220-4776
a 1991 Ford Taurus $800
SOBO great condition
41|needs some work
729-4547 must sell
) 1992 F150 EXT Cab
T stepside 170,000 miles
SAC, C/C, 4.9L 5 speed
lrbedllner, white ext
blue Inter,$ 3500 OBO
call 777-6493
1996 Chevy Lumina
SSedan in good
Condition loaded
L1 $1,800 call Rick after
5 pm. at 744-7250
a 1996 Nissan Maxima
SAT loaded leather
a I sunroof new tires and
belts 104K highway
miles $4,800 OBO
912.573-8835
a 1996' VW Cabrio $5K
SOBO Clean lather
| I interior convertible
Call Angle after 6 PM
912- 673-7662
a 1998 Mustang GT SVO
| pkg awesome great
| Condition 5 spd. 68K
miles many extras
$ 9,100 378-9622 Iv message
S2000 Lincoln Signa-
ture Town car loaded
S excellent condition
39,300 miles. $14,250
771.1799 See 4533 Bullrun
Road Confederate Point
a 2002 Ford F150 SVT
Slighting super charged
kL 20K. miles still under
warranty Garage Kept
Very Clean 904 879-1661
$21,750
S90 Nissan Maxima
IGood running condition
S600. (904)742-7066 or
220.5729
a 92' Nissan Maxima
GXE 4 dr AC AT PW
138,000 miles all
maintance history and
Carfax Report $2,500
276-0426
95' Honda Odys-
T sey EX Loaded
I Good condition
%JLS 4,995 OBO
call (912) 882.5845
ACURA3.2TL '01
St#5848B. $14,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ACURATL '04
St#8162A. $30,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877


1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive

AFFORDABLE CARS FORD MUSTANG GT'00
We've got THEM! $1.500 at, pw/pl. fully loaded,
- $4,900 1996-2001 Call looks & runs great, must
472 0400 Hablo Espanol, sell $8995. Call 389 7700
Financing Available FORD RANGER 4x4 X Cab
l-I -- I_1 /1 o 00. V6, at, low miles,
ilita great shape, riced to
a d Ciilian sel Ifast $11,995.389-7700
I and Civilian | Ford Ranger XLT Extra
_E *$9 DOWN* .. cab new ires brakes
*V BI t*shocks plug wires
I EVERYBODY I recent tune u-p $ 3,900
Call evenings (912)576-2789
RIDES! Grand Am '01, 2D.
6 6m 202 I thing. new Good-
S662-0726 year Tires, tint,
6 2 sunroof, 10 disc. MP3,
SGreat cond. $5200
AUDI A4- '96, A 904-505-3993
T luxury vehicle but
very fast & very HONDA ACCORD '99. Low
clean, all custom. mli clean, cold air $7995
Must see, $8900 obo Call now! 338-1055
406-546-5196 Ryan HONDA ACCORD EX '02
AUTO+BOAT AUCTION St#6522A. $15,988
for Special Olympics FL TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
March 19 @ 11 am. See
ad under auctions. HONDA CIVIC '99. HB,
AT, svc reg, exc cond,
BMW 325C1C- 2002, Auto, $5500. 912-882-1616
988. 371-kg4728on HONDACIVIC-'96,

Prem. Pkg, xenon lights. owner, no accid-
$25.688 371-4728 nets, Non-smoker,
BMW 325i- 2002, leather, 294-356477
PW, PL. Cruise, CD.
$25.988 371-4728 .1 Honda Civic LX 96
/Sedana 4 cyl, cruise,
BMW 530ia- 2002, Auto, 5 sp 74miles,
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988. one owner, no
371-4728 accidents, non- smkr,
BMW X5 3.0 2002, Prem. $5,500. Call 904.992.6877
Pkg, low miles, rear 904.294.3564
climate Pkg. $32,988 HONDA Civic LX '97,
371-4728 clean, silver, exc cond.
BMW Z-3 2.5 2001, Convt, $3900. Call 355-5814
auto, CD, 6 cyl. $21,988 HONDA CIVIC SI '02
371 4728 St#F104. $15,288
BMW Z3 2,8'98 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
St#E928. $15,988 HYUNDAI Elantra
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 "0o1, 20k, Seafoam
KjPAg I reen, auto, a/c,
BUICK PARK AVE '04, tint, grt shape
loaded, low miles. Asking $8000
$21,995 729-1677
KEY BUICK 642-6060 HYUNDAI ELANTRA '04
BUICK PARK AVEh'965 St#E726. $9,588
loaded, extra clean, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
H I o47S 405,995. 0 HYUNDAI SONOTA '04,
KEY BUICK 642-6060 priced to sell, lots of
BUICK REGAL '02, warr. $9,995.
P256679, $12,995. KEY BUICK 642-6060
KEY BUICK 642-6060 HYUNDAI TIBURON '03
St#F101. $13,988
low miles, leather $8,995. TOMl
KEY BUICK 642-6060 INFINIT135 '02
St#F158. $18,988
CADILLAC CAMERA '00 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
St#E858. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Ilzuzu Rodeo "93 V6
iStick Shift, AC, Brush
CADILLAC DEVILLE DTS '00 | /Guard 115K Runs Good
St#2683E. $15,488 1,000 Call Chris
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 505-7993 or 278-2469
CADILLAC ELDORADO JAGUAR X TYPE 02. Low
ETC '95. Loaded, 81K mi. mi, must sell fast
$1000 dn. 674-4444 $240mo. wac. 338-1055
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD KIA OPTIMA LX '04. 12K
'86, mint cond, 70k mi, mi, leather, moonrf,
$2700 obo. 764-0428 loaded $12,975. 699-9669
CHEVY CAMARO '02 Fully KIA SEPHIA '01
loaded, need to sell fast, $3996 or best offer
mmac. $9995. 389-7700 Call 334E7253
CHEVY CAMARO '98. Low LEXUS ES 300 '01
miles, need to call now St#E737. $18,988
$4995.338-1055 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER LS 04 LEXUS ES300 '99. Pearl,
St#F260. $11,988 Ithr, loaded, 59K. Per-
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 fect. $1000dn. 699-9669
Chevy Cavalier '97 LEXUS LX470 '00
2dr. AT, cold AC, tint, CD, St#5054A. $28,388
runs /looks excellent TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
$2 500. Call 472-0400
Hablo Espanol LEXUS SC 300 '93 loaded,
motor needs rebuilt or
Chevy Cavalier "00 2dr, replaced, must sell
AT, cold AC.54k miles, $2500obo 909-239-5268
CD spoiler, runs/ looks
excellent $3,900 Call F. Like new used once
472-0400 Hablo Espanol. l muffler pipes for 1999
I AmVulcan 8100 classic.
CHEVY El Camino '82, V6, $150 Call 904-779-4660
-AT good running cond.
$1500. Call 768-0792 MAZDA626-'99
low mi, 5 spd, great
CHEVY IMPALA '04 fact \, cond, cold air, new
warr, loaded, priced to tires asking $5,000
sell fast $16,995. 389-7700 call 465-4123
4, CHEVYLumina *I1r,4, .,WM.'tIul,- -.L'l
SSedan '96 in good Exc. cond. 7Okmi, $6,500
1 cond, loaded, Call 904-219-1375
$2,200 Call Rick at
7447250 after 5pm MAZDA626LX '0 1
St#F115. $9,988
CHEVYMALIBU '01 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
St#BUCES24A. $5,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 MAZDA MILLENIA '99
St#1150B. $9,988
CHEVY Z28 '"96 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
St#BUCE626B. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 MAZDA PROTEGE '99
St#BUC7566A. $4,788
CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE '04 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
St#F217. $25,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 MERCEDES 300E '87,
white, snrf, PW, blue
CHRYSLER LeBaron conv. Ithr int. exc cond. AT
'95, new paint AT, AC, $7800 for info 686-4920
$2950. Call 349-3933 or MERCEDES BENZ
388-7899 TlSLSoo Roadster
CHRYSLER PACIFICA'04 L| Convertible. Exc.
St#E921A. $23,988 cond. Black, tan
TOMBUSH-AUTOPLEX 371-4877 inter. Fully Loaded.
247-0797 or 502-5752
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 03
immac, loaded, priced to Mercedes E320 03 Black
sell fast $12,995.389-7700 w/tan, low mi, mint
cond $42K. 904.751.9510
CHRYSLERSEBRING LXI MERCEDES SL600 '96
'02, like new, 23k miles, V-12 1o mi. lo price, like
$12,995. new. Priv 904.396988S
KEY BUICK 642-6060 MERCURY Capri conv.
Chrysler Sebring '98 '92, new top 5 spd AC
Conv. V6,6 disc CD, Ithr. $2500 Call 349-3933 or
slate w/tan top 70K mi,. 388&7899
$7500. 904.685.2685 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
DODGE INTREPID '94. grt QUIS '98, loaded, 43,100
shape, loaded, priced to miles, 674-4444.
sell fast $2495. 389.7700 MERCURY SABLE WAGON
FORD ESCORT ZX2 '00 '03. Loaded, 3rd seat,
St#BUCE898A. $5,988 low mi $11,975.
TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 699-9669
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02 MITSUBISHI ECUPSE RS' 03
St#E830. $7988 St#F180. $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.-4877 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS ZX5 '02 MITSUBISHI LANCER OZ'02
St#E901. $9,988 St#BUC1255B. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '00 MITSUBISHI SPYDER GT
St#BUC2194B. $8,488 '03, convert, $17,995.
TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 KEY BUICK 642-6060
FORD MUSTANG CONV NISSAN Altima '05.
S99. Black, tan top, like 2.5S, 4000 ml, AT $18,000.
new $6995.334-7253 1 Call 904-230-9544

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NISSAN MAXIMA GXE
'98. Very low mi. $3995.
Call now 338-1055
NISSAN SENTRA '01
St#BUC2142B. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN SENTRA GXE '02.
37k, like new, $9,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
4 OLDS Alero '01, 2D,
Sv6, auto, power,
sunroof, CD, pre-
mium sound, perfor-
mance package, 61K great
cond. MBPI 904-294-8564
OLDSMOBILE 88 '96
St#BUC0149A. $2,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
a& PONTIAC FIREBIRD
'86 Body engine
s1 [ & trans in good
shape needs minor
repairs. $3000obo. Must
sell 912-576-4870
PONTIAC FIREBIRD '02,
14k mi, like new, $16,500
225-5904
PONTIAC GRAND ARM
'02, 41k, loaded, $9,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02.
Low miles. Must go
now! $8995 338-1055
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
"99 Exc. cond., 48kmi,
war. avi, $6500. 221.6085
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT
'01, Exc cond, 2dr. low
mi, $10,800 625-7728
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'04, Awesome cond,
best buy ever! $12,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '03
St#E810. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC SUNFIRESE '04
St#F205A. $9,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '03
Sunroof, loaded. $170mo
wac. Call 334-7253
PONTIAC TRANS AM '02
WS6, Conv. Leather, V8.
$19,900. Call 334 7253
SATURN ION 3 '03
St#F194. $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN SC1 '02, 5spd,
cold AC, CD, sunroof,
nice, clean car $6700.
Call 940- 0499
SATURN SC1 '02, AT, 3DR
32K, warrty, like new,
$8580. 0. Pk 777-3714
SATURN SC2 CPE '02,
24k miles, extra dean,
$10,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
SATURN SL2 '01
St#BUCF191. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI FORENZA '04. pw
pdl, fact warr, immac,
must sell $9995.389-7700
TOYOTA CAMRY '94
Loaded like new. $4995
Call 334-7253
TOYOTA CAMRY LE' 02
Low ml. Won't last, call
now. $11,288. 338-1055
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '99.
V6. Low miles. $99/mo,
WAC or $7995. 338-1055
TOYOTA CEUCA 00. Low
miles, call now, wont


1325 Automotive
TOYOTA COROLLA '0 1
St#BUCF195A. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A Toyota Corolla "01
SSilver, VVTI Auto,
Cold AC, 58,000mi.
new tires great
shape $8200
904.535.2756
TOYOTA COROLLA '02,
auto, sharp, $8,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
TOYOTA COROLLA LE '05
Low ml, take over pints
$280mo. WAC. 338-1055
TOYOTA ECHO '01. 15k
mi, like new, $7500.
714-1480 or 635-4020
TOYOTA MATRIX '04 Low
mi, need to see this on
$210mo wac. 338-1055
TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER 01
St#E969. $17,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VOLKSWAGON BEETLE
'00, 40k miles, like new,
$9,850.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
VOLKSWAGON
SNew Beetle '99
Exc. cond.
AT, ACCD $7800obo.
912-729-6479
VOLVO 960 96
original owner, excel
cond. $4500. 733-1793
VOLVO 960 '95 -
Q Grey MI:9S, 700
I }Radio/Cass.
6CD-Changer
Dolby System, Sunroof,
Exc. Cond. Call Mrs.
Burch 610-6160. Asking
$5,500.
4 VW'64, total restore,
zero rust, zero mi's,
1V 641cc, new fenders,
floor interior, paint,
spare running engine $3,500
obo 904-573-4351

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 INPOUNDSI
Cars from $500! Listings
800-749-8116 x2529
CHEVY CAVALIER 00
Mechanics special, looks


SDodge Aries '87
60 K miles, 4 cyl,
9 runs great, AC,
$500. 908-0026
FORD PROB '92
130,000 ml. runs great,
transportation special!
$600 obo. 904.476.9492
HONDA ACCORD '94 Only
$550. For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
SJeep Grand Wagoneer
ST1984. 4x4, AT, PW, PL,
Y V-8, leather, good
tires, towing package.
90k miles. $1500 obo. (912)


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1335 $2000 or Less
Orange Park 4/2
STFleming Island
Strand 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
Slquiet restricted
Westside park many
extras asking $ 23,500
317-0801
8X5 utility Trailer for
ST sale $ 1100 080 Call
579-6802 for details
BUICK RAINIER '04,
AWD, VS, orig MSRP, 43k,
$26,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060

BUICK RENDEZVOUS
'04, good miles, extra
clean, $16,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
CADILLAC ESCALADE '03
St#F221. $39,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
SILVERADO '98 turbo
diesel, Ithr, loaded,
nice! $13,975. 699-9669
CHEVY 3500- '95, HDO
w/9ft Knapheid util
bed, 6.5 turbo deisel,
AC, 4whl disc brakes,
185k mi, looks and runs
r e a t $6800
86-328-9632 or
386-937-7948
CHEVY BLAZER '01.
Great condition, low
miles. $9995. 334-7253
CHEVY BLAZER LS'98.
4dr, at/ac, loaded nice!
$800 down. 674-4444
CHEVY PICK UP '94
Extended cab full
size, $4600
904-542-2445 x 118
CHEVY S10 PU '03
St#E705A. $8,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY S1 0PU '03
St#E705A. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY'S From $5001
Police Inpounds!LLstlngs
800- 749-8116 x1848
CHEVY SILVERADO '04,
ExCab. V8 Ioaded,20K,
$19,975. 777-9119.
Chevy Trail Blazer
LTZ 02 Two-tone,
blue leather.
47,000. mi. rear air.
CD, cassette, excel.
cond. 2WD. $16,000.
891.7348
DODGE DAKOTA '04,
ext cab. Stampede pkg,
V8 Leer topper bedrug:
16k mi, serious inq only.
$18,500 215-7138
DODGE DAKOTA CLUB
CAB '97, good miles,
auto, $7,400.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
DODGE DURANGO '04
St#F253. $28,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE DURANGO SLT


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
DODGE RAM 1500 Ext
Cab'03 Hemi 4x4, loaded
immac cond must sell
$24,995. Call 389-7700
& FORD EXPEDITION
1 '03 Black, excel-
_ JVlent condition.
Loaded 41K. miles.
Keyless entry, Must
sell, $22,900 obo.
904-415-2775 or
912-573-4784
FORD EXPEDITION '02.
Loaded, 3rd seat, dual
AC. $15,975. 699-9669
FORD EXPEDITION '02.
Loaded, 3rd seat. dual
AC. $15,975. 699-9669
FORD EXPLORER '04. EB
pkg, low miles $20,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
FORD EXPLORER '01
Sport track, V6, 40kml,
4wd, AT, AC, PW. AM/FM
Stereo CD, CC Lded, exc.
cond. $17k. 352.371.4309
FORD EXPLORER '00,
Ltd, 4x4, exc cond tow
pkg, totally loaded, drk
u e $ 8 8 0 0
904-699-4901 262-1223
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 F250 XCab diesel
low mi, grt cond, priced
to sell $16,995. 389-7700
FORD RANGER '02
St#294A. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD RANGER '02
St#294E. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD RANGER XLT '96 X
Cab. V6, low miles.
$5995. Call 338-1055
FORD XCAB FIS0 '04
St#E921A. $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC 2500 4x4 '98. V8, at,
ac loaded. $1000 down.
Call 674-4444
GMC YUKON DENALI '02
Fully loaded, keyless
remote, entertainment
system, must sell quickly
$27,995. Call 389-7700
GMC YUKON XL 05,
low miles, $34,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
HONDA S2000 '03
St#F247. $27,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI QX4 '01. Navi-
gation system, loaded.
$325/mo wac. 334-7253
ISUZU AMIGO CONV '00
Black 5spd, ac 44K mi,
nice. $90Odn. 699-9669
4 JEEP CHEROKEE
SPORT '98 Good
condition. $6996,
AT, Dark green
with tan interior.
247-0797 or 502-5742
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE -
'95, Laredo, wht, 6cyl,
new AC/tires, loaded,
cd, $3500 obo 998-9440
JEEP Grand Cherokee '04
Spec. Ed. silver/tan Ithr,
9kmi, $21,900. 334-3620
JEEP GR CHEROKEE- '97,
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4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
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Trucks!/
1340 Trailers /
SUV's
4l JIMMY GMC '01
$10,300 OBO 68 k
hwy mi, new baa-
tery tow pkg CD
player great interior
422-0907
KIA SHORTAGE '01. V6 at,
ac, loaded, low miles.
$800 down. 699-9669
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR -
'98 4X4. red/ tan Ithr
int. mint cond. 75k ml
$16,900 obo 219-9674
MAZDA P/U 2300 '95,
runs great, good cond
int nice, 5sp, cold AC,
$2500 359-2046 or
904-866-1851
NISSAN MURANO '03
St#1782A. $22,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
OLDS Bravada '99 $7495
obo. Must sell!, drives
great, 904 292-9895
SUZUKI GRAND VITARA
01 4x4, great for towing
immac. shape, need to
sell fast $8995. 389.7700
TOYOTA RUNNER '02.
Very clean. $240/mo -
WAC. Call now 338-1055
TOYOTA RAV4 03. Very
low miles, must sell.
$280mo. wac. 338-1055
TOYOTA SEQUOIA '02
LTD 4x4. $25,995 obo.
Call 334,7253
TRAILER '04 car hauler'
w/open center 2 axle
w/elec brakes, dove tail
deck w/rams, stored
inside, like new, $1695
obo. 221-6489

1345 Vans/Buses,
CHEVY ASTRO VAN '02
Low mileage. $10,995
Call 334,7253
SDodge Ram 250 '94
hi gh top conver-
t|l slon van 94K mi,
custom whpels,
rims, TV, VCR. 4 cap-
tains chairs, AC, cruise,
PW, PL, $4000. 908-0026
FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr,
AT, dual AC, loaded.
$8975. Call 699-9669
4 FORD WINDSTAR
LX '95 -Teal/grey
S 3.8L V6, AT, PL,
Keyless entry
needs work $1500obo.
Chris 779-1594 PCS
OLDS SILHOUETTE VAN
'04,14k miles, like new,
$17,995.
KEY BUICK 642-6060
TOYOTA SIENNA LE '9 8
St#BUC7392A. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
TOYOTA SIENNA XLE' 03
Clean low mi. $310 mo
wac. $19,988. 338-1055

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remote car starter
model 4000 remote
engine start, door
lockstrunk for $ 85.00 call
220-4776
STruck Cap Century
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