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THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


TOUCHING NMCRS fund drive kicks off


B A S E By ay aocq participate in thivolvs fund
Staff Writer ocque drive I'm really excited


Focus group to
assist Navy IG
A team from the Office of
the Naval Inspector
General (IG) will visit
Jacksonville, Mayport and
Kings Bay April 5 to 21. As
part of their visit, they will
hold focus group discus-
sions to gain more insight,
from a customer's view-
point, into the readiness
and quality of life in the
area. Each focus group will
be composed of a cross-
section of personnel and
will consist of approximate-
ly 25 people in a specific
rank/rate and Department
of the Navy civilian em-
ployees.
Participants will be se-
lected on a random basis.
If you are selected to par-
ticipate, you will be notified
by your chain of com-
mand. Your views and hon-
est input will be helpful to
the IG Team as we at-
tempt to improve the quali-
ty of life for all Navy per-
sonnel, family members
and civilian employees.
During the IG visit, team
members will be available
should you wish to discuss
particular concerns.


Bone Marrow
Drive today
A Bone Marrow Donor
Registration Drive is being
held today from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the VP-30
Auditorium. All active duty
military members and their
family members, Depart-
ment of Defense civilian ,
employees, Coast Guard,
National Guard and
Reserve personnel are eli-
gible 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 minutes.
For more information,
call either HMC Rafael
Diaz at 542-7384 or Cmdr.
Cindy Wilkerson at 542-
7386.


NEX Running Shoe
Clinic and Expo
The NAS Jax Navy Ex-
change (NEX) will hold its
annual Navy 10K Run
Shoe Clinic and Expo
March 31 through April 2.
Several vendors will be on
hand to measure and ana-
lyze runner's feet and to
assist all sports enthusi-
asts with the selection of
the correct shoe. On April
2 from 6 a.m. to noon, the
fair will be held outside the
NEX Convenience Store
entrance parking lot.


his year's Navy and
Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS)
Fund Drive began March
14 with an organizational
kick-off at the VP-30
Auditorium.
The fund drive is held
each year to generate dona-
tions to benefit the local
NMCRS an organization
that assists hundreds of
Sailors and Marines and
their families each month
in the Jacksonville area. By
donating during the
NMCRS Fund Drive, serv-
ice members are taking
care of their own. It's a way
to help others and possibly
yourself someday during a
time of need.
Each command on base is
assigned a keyperson to
ensure 100 percent contact
is made during the drive.
Armed with allotment
forms, these keypersons
will attempt to visit with as
many Sailors and Marines
as possible to ensure every-
one has an opportunity to
donate to the NMCRS.
"This fund drive is not
about pressuring people to
give. What I'm asking is
that you, as keypersons,
make 100 percent contact
to give everyone the oppor-


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown, commander, Navy Region Southeast, kicks off the annual Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society Fund Drive March 14 at the VP-30 Auditorium. The drive will run
through the end of May.


tunity to donate. If we can
get people to just give up
one hamburger a week and
donate about $2 or $3 each
month, every command will
reach their goal," said
Capt. Rich Heimerle, VP-30
commanding officer, who's
command is heading up
Navy Region Southeast's


NMCRS Fund Drive this
year.
Numerous fund raising
events such as car washes,
bake sales, special raffles
and pumping gas also help
commands reach their
goals.
"I plan to auction off my
position for a day to raise


money for the important
cause. The winner will get
to be admiral for a day. I
am also auctioning off my
parking place," remarked
Rear. Adm. Annette E.
Brown, commander, Navy
Region Southeast during
the kick-off.
"I encourage everyone to


this. It's such a wonderful
organization and directly
helps Sailors and Marines.
A lot of the other charities
you don't really see what
impact you have when you
donate, but with the
NMCRS Fund Drive, you
see the effects on a daily
basis," said Lt. Kalan
McEuen, Navy Region
Southeast's NMCRS Fund
Drive chairperson.
Last year, NMCRS
Jacksonville assisted eligi-
ble area residents with
more than $2.1 million in
interest-free loans and over
200,000 in grants.
"Last year was our best
year ever for the NMCRS
Fund Drive. It just keeps
getting better and better.
Last year, we collected 10.2
million worldwide and pro-
vided 31.5 million in assis-
tance to Navy and Marine
Corps families," added
NMCRS Director Dave
Faraldo. "The society does-
n't actually have its own
money, it all comes from
you. You entrust us to be
good stewards of these
funds and we use it to help
you, your shipmates and
their families."

See NMCRS, Page 12


'Operation Soldier's Relief' 2005 We Love Our Troops


USO Drive underway
From the USO
For the past two years, since the
beginning of the Iraq War, Caryn
Suarez, area author, has spear-
headed the Jacksonville campaign for
"Operation Soldier's Library" in hand
with the Greater Jacksonville Area
United Services Organization (USO).
In the past two years this project has
collected over 33,000 books, movies, CD's
and videos to be distributed to our mili-
tary women and men overseas, to their
families left behind, and also to their chil-
dren and the children attending Mayport
Elementary.
This year the project, again spearhead-
ed by Caryn Suarez and her organization
POW! Promoting Outstanding Writers,
have joined forces with the USO at NAS
Jax and Mayport and several area busi-


nesses and media, with this year's cam-
paign called, "Operation Soldier's Relief."
OSR is targeted this year, per the
request of our active duty military per-
sonnel overseas, in fulfilling requests for
the need of various items to help these
soldiers in the fields during the soon to be
hot spring and summer months. Items
being requested from our military troops
will be given directly to the USO at
Mayport for distribution to these much-
needed areas. Supplies requested from
the troops are: baby wipes/face wipes, lip
balms, body lotion (Vaseline Intensive
Care), non-perfumed lotions, gum/ small
bottles of mouthwash, bug lotion repel-
lant, telephone calling cards (so they can
call home sometimes), books paperback
or hard back, audio books, CD's, DVD's
and videos.
OSR is also collecting this year to
replenish the USO's Family Relief Fund


See USO, Page 12


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Photo by 101 Mike England
AN Juan Galeano of VP-45 sorts donated books at the NAS Jax
USO office. The books were donated as part of the Operation
Soldier's Library program and will be sent to troops serving
overseas and their families. Currently, over 33,000 books,
movies, CD's and videos have been collected. Galeano volun-
teers his off-duty time helping the NAS jax USO.


Replenishing

weapons


Photo by PHAN Nicholas Garratt
Two SH-60B Seahawks assigned to the "Emerald Knights" of HS-75, deliver ordnance
to USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) during an ammunition and ordnance transfer
with USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67).
CWO4 Lawrence Hurlbut signals to an SH-60B Seahawk assigned to the "Emerald
Knights" of HS-75, to lift a pallet of ordnance from the flight deck aboard USS John F.
Kennedy (CV 67) for transfer to USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71).


Photo by PH3 Tommy Gilligan


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2 JaxAir NeWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 24, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Operational Risk Management Take it home


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
]on Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief


When was the last
time you applied
the principles of
Operational Risk
Management (ORM) to
changing your oil? How
about mowing the lawn?
What about taking a trip?
While you may think
ORM is for Navy work only,
I think you will find that
ORM, if applied correctly,
can make you and your fam-
ily safer in almost every-
thing you do.
Off-duty mishaps are dev-
astating to our operational
readiness. I always shake
rny head when I read how
mishaps occur. Often the
Season is a complete disre-
gard for simple safety tips,,
or overextending one's per-
'soial capabilities. My point
As that almost all off-duty
nishaps are completely pre-
ventable.
'" Since October 2004, the
Navy has lost 45 Sailors
from mishaps, and hun-
dreds more have been hurt.
As a matter of fact, 31 of
these Sailors died in motor
vehicle accidents. It's no
wonder the Naval Safety
Center calls traffic safety
their "number one readiness
issue."
Oh, and as an interesting
statistic, motor vehicle
crashes are the leading
cause of death for ages 5-29
years old. Since the majori-
ty of our Sailors are in the
18-29-year-old range, I'm
absolutely sure we can do a
better job of mitigating acci-
dents and deaths on our
roads and highways.


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
Applying ORM might just
bethe key.
Operational Risk Manage-
ment is the process of deal-
ing with risk associated
with :an activity that
includes risk assessment,
risk decision-m-aking and
implementation of effective
risk controls. Essentially,
applying ORM means you
identify hazards, assess the
hazards, make risk deci-
sions, implement controls,
and then supervise the
activity. Sound simple? It"
is. The difficult part is actu-
ally applying these steps.
Most mishaps occur for
one of five reasons:
Individual Failure You
are trained and know how.
something works, but elect,
not to follow the standard
(self-discipline).
Support Failure The
equipment or material you
use is not designed for the
job..
Leader Failure The
supervisors) do not enforce
the known standard.
Training Failure You


attempt something you are
not trained for (insufficient,
incorrect, or no training on
task).
Standards Failure The
procedures for a task are
not clear or practical, or in
some cases, do not exist.
Shipmates, I suspect at
one time or another we've
all cut corners, disregarded
safety precautions, pushed
ourselves beyond our limits
and tempted fate. The prob-
lem is, the law of averages is
against us. Just because
you can rewire a light with-
out turning off the power
once doesn't mean you can
do it over and over.
Eventually fate catches all
of us and the result can be
fatal.
I guess I have to ask,
"What activity, project or
trip in your life warrants
risking your personal safety,
or the safety of your fami-
ly?" I'm guessing most of
you would agree that almost
nothing would warrant such
a risk, and I would agree
with you. However, think
back in your own life. How
many times have you
.unnecessarily put yourself
and/or your family in harm's
way?
. Here's what I'm talking
about: When was the last
time you took a trip and
drove hundreds and hun-
dreds of miles without prop-
er rest? How many times
have you used machinery
without wearing ear and
eye protection? How many
times have you used chemi-
cals without gloves and gog-
gles? Ever fix something
with the wrong tool? You
get the point.
In our daily lives, we


encounter situations each
day that dictate us to ask a
couple simple questions
about the risks associated
with what we are about to
do. Unfortunately, we often
don't assess those risks, or
minimize them by telling
ourselves, "Nothing will
happen to me." Of the 45
Sailors who have lost their
lives in mishaps this fiscal
year, I wonder how many of
them said the same thing?
The Navy directs us to
apply ORM in our profes-
sional lives. Operational
readiness demands it and
the safety of our people
makes this a top issue for
every command.
If the Navy takes this so
seriously, and incorporates
it into our workplace, it only
makes sense we should
carry it hoine with us.
There's nothing childish or
silly about asking oneself
the simple risk questions
before starting a project or
making a trip. If risk is
involved, you owe it to your-
self, your family and the
Navy to evaluate how you
will deal with the risk.
My suspicion is if you
think about the risks, you'll
deal with them. Ignoring
risks will not make them go
away. My challenge to all of
you is to take the principles
of ORM home with you, dis-
cuss them often with your
family and apply those prin-
ciples as often as necessary.
For those of you with chil-
dren, where do you-think
they will learn proper safe-
ty? Yep, they watch .(and
imitate) you. Skip steps
today and they will skip
steps tomorrow. Good luck
Shipmates and stay safe!


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Marines are worthy opponents on race day


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


he Marines were com-
ing. We heard their
chant ("I love to dou-
ble time .") and the clomp-
clomp of their heavy boots,
like the sound of an omi-
nous drum in the distance.
-' "Get out of the way," Kelly
shouted. "The Marines are
coming, and they're right
-behind us!"
No, we .weren't traipsing
through the jungle; we
weren't even on base. We
were running in the local
St. Patrick's Day 5K, and
the Marines were gaining
on us like last night's
spaghetti.
'"Run," Kelly yelled.
"Faster!"
, People told us this might
happen. Each year, runners
plod down the street, setting
their own pace, until
Marines break through in
camouflage and boots, sepa-
rating running partners
who don't know enough to
get out of the way. "Move to
the side or get plowed
down," is what one runner
warned us.
"They're on our heels,"


Kelly screamed.
"We'll just let this group
go by," I yelled back; "then.
we'll fall into place again."
But to my surprise, when
I glanced backwards, I saw
hundreds of Marines com-
ing over the hill like a sheet
rippling in the wind. There
were dozens and dozens of
them, all in step and singing
as if they weren't out of
breath.
I jumped to safety up on a
curb in the nick of time, and
watched in amazement, my
pace slowing down consider-
ably by the distraction.
And I'm no stranger to the
military. I've been a Navy
dependent and lived in mili-
tary cities since the day I
was born 28 years ago. But I
had never seen anything
like this before. I had never
seen the Marines com-
ing.
My Navy husband ran the
race with us, and I had to
feel sorry for him. First,
because he hadn't trained
(at all!), he was about to lose
to his wife. (Then again, he's
used to that.) Secondly, at
the sound of the starting
gun, we fell in line behind
the Navy Officer Candidate


Scel"iol group, whose age once.
probably averaged 23, and As we inched toward-the
-m'nsure Dustin felt old and finish line, the three of us
out of shape by comparison, had the same goal: don't
But then, whedaihe lost to the Marines...or to
Marines came up beside us, each other. So about 1/10th
poor Dustin didn't stand a of a mile from the green and
chance. He was right there white balloons marking the
with Kelly and me leaping end, we broke into a sprint.
for the safety of the curb. I could feel Dustin on my
About mid-way through heels and I saw Kelly's
the race, I turned to Dustin green pants beside me. I ran
and said, "I know this is until I felt faint. "Surely the
blasphemy for a Navy girl Marines will carry me if I
like me to say, but wow, pass out," I thought.
those Marines sure are Then, at the last second,
impressive!" Dustin grabbed my hand
Dustin grimaced with a and we crossed the finish
red, sweaty face, and I knew line together, with Kelly
what he was thinking: beside us, and the Marines
"There's no way I can stop behind us.
and walk now." Sure, the Marines wore
Since January, Kelly and I heavy boots and thick
have been running 2-2.5 pants, which must have
miles a day, so we were ade- slowed them down, but still,
quately prepared for the I felt a twinge of victory.
race, and the Marine's dis- beating my worthy oppo-
play only slightly threw us nents to the finish line.
off guard. In the same And I say this last part
amount of time, however, now with all sincerity: The
Dustin had run a total of, only reason Dustin beat the
maybe, one mile. And now Marines is because he was
he was sandwiched between chasing me.
his wife and her friend on
one side, and a platoon of Sarah Smiley pan be reached
Marines on the other. He for comments at www.sarah
couldn't lose to all of us at smiley.com.


HEY, MONEYMAN!


Hey, MoneyMan:
Soon I will be going on
deployment on a ship and I
do not know how I will be
able to get my bank state-
ments on time or even pay
bills for that matter. I
know that many Sailors on
my ship are managing their
money online. Do you rec-
ommend online banking or
have any tips on it? What
are the advantages of it?
MoneyMan Sez:
Online banking and bill
payment comes with many
conveniences, but it is not
for everyone. If you are
computer savvy, transfer
money between bank
accounts at the same bank,
and pay more than a few
bills a month, you may be a
good candidate for electron-
ic banking and bill pay-
ment.
Online banking allows
you to access your bank


accounts and pay bills at even see the front and back
home, at work, on business of paid checks.
trips or on vacation. All To set up your online bill
you need is access to a per- payment account, you 'will
sonal computer and an
Internet connection. Some
online banking systems
allow you to download .
banking transaction infor-
mation to personal software
applications, such as
Quicken and MS Money,
making it easier to manage
your finances. ,,
With online banking, you -
can check your account bal- r S J.UN DA) ,
ances and view account
activity. This makes it easy You are invited to the follow
to verify ATM cash with- Services this Saturday and Su
drawals, debit card pur-
chases, and other transac- r Saturday 5 p.m. -
tions you may forget to Sunday 8:30 a.m. -
enter into your checkbook 9:30 a.m. -
register. 11 a..
You can also transfer 11a.m.
money between your Protestant Sunday School pr
accounts, view statements Land Catholic CCD is 10:45 a
online, and, in some cases,
V


need to provide your bank
with the account number
See MONEYMAN, Page 8
WWI


SEUVICE S

owing Base Chapel Worship
unday:
Catholic Mass
Holy Eucharist Episcopal
Catholic Mass
Protestant Worship
program is at 9:45-10:45 a.m.,
.m.-12:15 p.m.


RBH2(RU/SWIU) GUWEN KRUZICKE

Job title/command:
Transient Line

Hometown: Circleville, Ohio


. Family Life: Single with one child.

i Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy
(CV 67)

Career Plans: To retire from the Navy with
20 years of service.

Most Interesting Experience: Carrier
life.

Words of Wisdom: Get everything out of
life you can.

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GRRY BRIGHT

Job title/command:
1,-. Physical Security Officer,
NAS Jax Security

Hometown: Orange Park


Family Life: Married with three boys.

Past Duty Stations: Camp Lejeune, N.C.,
NAS Jax, NS Mayport

Career Plans: To continue to advance in my
field and gain knowledge.

Most Interesting Experience: Too many
to mention.

Words of Wisdom: If a job.needs to be
done, do it!


Inspector general to visit
NT aval Inspector General (NAVINSGEN).Vice Adm.
Ronald Route will visit .NAS Jackaonvilljo,.NS
N 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 installa-
tions April 5-8 to conduct military and federal civilian
employee focus groups.
During the NAVINSGEN visit, the NAVINSGEN staff
will gather data from various sources, including command
presentations, personnel surveys, individual 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.

Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society Make Us Your First Resource:
Not Your Last Resort!

542-3191







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HS-7 continues deployment on Truman

A SH-60F Sea- -
hawk, assigned to
the "Dusty Dogs" -
of HS-7 was used ~ .
as a mock crashed A '
aircraft in a drill
by flight deck per- ..',
sonnel aboard
USS Harry S. Bg..... -- -- .-. ... :.
Truman (CVN 75)
while underway OF. "A.
in the Persian .' -.
Gulf. Crash and -
salvage crews
often run drills -
simulating various
kinds of accidents
in order to .
improve their skill
in firefighting and
salvage opera-
tions. The Tru-
man Carrier Strike l'
Group is on a reg-
ularly scheduled
deployment in
support of the
global war on :
terrorism.
Photo by PHAN Gregory f





Photos by
PHAN
Kristopher ".
Wilson


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A landing signal enlisted man with HS-7 communicates with
the pilot of an SH-60 Seahawk after guiding the helicopter
onto the flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).


Tax deadline approaching,

preparation available on base


IM

(Right) A03 Lonnie Cling-erman of HS-7, performs daily maintenance on the main rotors of a SH-60
Seahawk while it rests in front of the island on the.flight deck aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).


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From Naval Legal Service
Office Southeast
ree Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance/El-
ectronic Tax Filing
(VITA/ELF) is available on
base in Building 583 week-
days through April 15. The
hours are Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from
8 a:m. to 4 p.m. and
Tuesday and Thursdays
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Photo courtesy of HS- 11
HS-11 Maintenance Material Control Officer Lt. Paul Ouellette (front) briefs Commander, Naval Air Systems Command
Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg and his staff on HS-11 's maintenance capabilities during the vice admiral's visit March 9.



NavAir tours HS-11


By Ensign Dave Colon
HS-11 PAO
commander, Naval Air Systems Command Vice
Adm. Wally Massenburg visited HS-11 March 9
for a brief tour and inspection of the squadron's
equipment and spaces. HS-11's Maintenance Material
Control Officer Lt. Paul Ouellette escorted Massenburg
and his staff on a tour of the squadron spaces.
Ouellette explained the differences between the SH-
60F and the HH-60H, emphasizing the maintenance
requirements of the helicopters. While at HS-11,
Massenburg met many HS-11 Sailors and spoke with
them for a few moments, giving Sailors the chance to
voice their concerns to the vice admiral.
Massenburg's visit to the squadron is one way he gets


to. personally see the troops on the deck plates, it helps
boost morale and assures Sailors that the senior leader-
ship is thinking about them and is concerned with the
job they are doing.
While at NAS Jacksonville, the vice admiral spoke
about the present and the future of naval aviation. "He
expressed his concerns about being money conscience
and the way naval aviation does business now and in
the future," said Ouellette.
Massenburg also presented his command coin to local
Sailors of NAS Jacksonville, including AD3 Carisa
Boyce of HS-11.
Boyce was chosen by the squadron's chief petty offi-
cers to receive the coin because she "exemplifies the
professionalism of naval aviation maintenance for the
entire helicopter squadron wing."


New program offers subsidized


childcare to Guard, Reserve


By Samantha Quigley
American Forces Press Service
he Defense Depart-
ment (DoD) has
joined forces with
national agencies to help
Guard and Reserve families
in finding and affording
child care while mom or dad
is deployed in support of the
global war on terrorism.
"Childcare, as you know,
is one of the top [concerns]
voiced by families, as well
as by commands on what's
needed," said Jan Witte,
director of the Pentagon's
Office of Children and
Youth. Her office monitors
the new program, dubbed
Operation Military Child
Care (OMCC).
DoD, in partnership with
the National Association of
Child Care Resource and
Referral Agencies (NACCR-
RA), which administers the
program, designed this ini-
tiative to benefit those who
do not live near military
installations, Witte said.
"We have a contract with
NACCRRA to assist us in
finding spaces outside the
military community for
those Guard and Reserve
[members] who are de-
ployed and active-duty
[people] who are not near a
military installation," Witte
said. "We also hope to assist
in reducing the out-of-pock-
et expense to the service
member."
When a parent is de-
ployed, she said, the re-
maining parent may discov-
er that childcare is some-
thing the couple hadn't had
to think of before. And need
is not the only considera-
tion. The extra expense can
be shocking.
While OMCC doesn't
fully subsidize childcare, it
does work to reduce the
financial burden, Witte
said. The fees are based on
a sliding scale that takes
into consideration total
family income and the care
provider's actual cost,
among other things.
To take part in the pro-
gram, a family member
would apply through NAC-
CRRA via a special Web
site or by a toll-free call to
(800) 424-2246. The child-
care provider also must
apply an important step
because of how the subsidy,


which comes through the
Children and Youth office,
is paid out, Witte noted.
"The subsidy goes to the
program, not to the individ-
ual," she said.
The program has been
operational as a pilot pro-
gram since late November
2004, Witte said. About 40
families have gone through
the application process.
"We feel like this is one
area to provide assistance
for the total force," she said.
"We had not been doing
much prior to this time for
the Guard and Reserve as
far as childcare and school-
age programs have gone."
She said the new program
could get about 5,000
Guard and Reserve service
members' children into
childcare.
But that number could
fluctuate if there is a
change in the funding, she
pointed out, which comes in
the form of supplemental
funding through Congress.
Congress has funded the
program for $7 million,
Witte said, though officials
hope to expand the pro-
gram in the future to try
and accommodate some of
the 38,000 children of
active-duty service mem-
bers in need of child care.
NACCRRA also supports


the Guard and Reserve
through a program called
Operation Child Care
(OCC). OCC is a voluntary
NACCRRA program that
provides up to six hours of
free childcare to Guard and
Reserve families whose
deployed service member is
returning home for rest and
recuperation.
"[NACCRRA] felt it was
service back to the nation
to thank the service mem-
bers for their sacrifices,"
Witte said.
Witte said NACCRRA is
a very well-respected alli-
ance of all the childcare
resource and referral agen-
cies in the nation.


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Operation Military Child
Care, visit www.naccrra.
org/MilitaryPrograms/index
.php?program=omcc.
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www.childcareaware.org/
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AME1(AW) Gerald
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their squadron's Sailor of
the Year for 2004. Lilly's
accomplishments during
the past year were a testa-
ment to his determination
and excellence in every-
thing that he attempted.
Lilly has served in the
United States Navy for over
12 years and joined VS-32
in August 2001. He partici-
pated in two cruises and
recently was with the
squadron for Summer
Surge 2004 on board USS
Enterprise. Lilly is current-
ly the leading petty officer
for the Aviation Structural
Mechanic Equipment shop,
responsible for ensuring
that each ejection seat in
the eight S-3B Viking air-
craft is properly installed.
His responsibilities also


include tracking over 1,200
cartridge actuating devices,
which assist in the ejection
of the seat in an emergency.
Some of his collateral
duties include emergency
egress leading petty officer
and safe for flight designa-
tor.
While continuing to excel
at work, Lilly also managed
to find time to volunteer his
time as the vice president
of the First Class Associa-
tion and raised over $2,000
for First Class Association
programs. He also served as
VS-32's physical readiness
petty officer, leading over
200 hours of physical readi-
ness training (PRT), which
led to a 30 percent increase
in squadron PRT scores.
Lilly is the epitome of
leadership, a role model for
his peers and junior
Sailors, and an invaluable
resource for his community,
the Navy, and his country.


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By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
yesterday, I was walking down a side-
walk here on the station dreading
the trip to my car. I knew the skies
were going to open at any minute and the
rain was going to come down in buckets, so
I walked a little faster and was a little
more focused on getting to the parking lot'
quickly. After I had gone about 10 steps, I
saw something out of the corner of my eye
that made me stop. It was a Cardinal...not
just a Cardinal, but also the brightest, red-
dest one I have ever seen. He sat there for
a minute and preened, and looked oblivi-
ous to me. The only thing he was concerned
about was the location of his mate. I could
see him look around and then he began to
call. Cardinals have a distinct call, it is not
pretty, but it is distinct. After a minute, she
came flying up to him and they sat there
together in the tree. It was a beautiful
sight, and a great reminder that spring is


just around the corner. After about a
minute of looking, I realized that it had
begun to rain, but it didn't really matter,
because at that moment, I didn't care
about rain or inconvenience. I was just
enjoying being reminded of the joys of
Spring, and going back in my memory
bank to all the times I had looked at beau-
tiful birds with people I loved.
Sometimes, we just need a reminder to
slow down, and not worry so much about
the things that don't really matter. We get
in such a hurry doing mundane things we
often don't stop and appreciate all we real-
ly have. In just a few days, Christians will
celebrate Easter. It is the most important.
day of the year, so let me just remind you
that it is easy to lose sight of Christ and
become so busy with other things.
However, t here is no better time than
Easter to be reminded of the things that
really matter. But sometimes we have to
slow down enough to look and listen.


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Catholic
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March 10, 5 p.m.
Passion Palm Sunday
March 19; 5 p.m.
March 20, 9:30 p.m.
Holy Thursday
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March 24, 7 p.m midnight
Good Friday Day of Fast & Abstinence
March 25,3 p.m.
Solemn Easter Vigil Celebration
March 26, 7:30 p.m.
Easter Sunday
March 27, 9:30 p.m.


Protestant

Palm Sunday
March 20, 8:30 & 11 a.m.

Maundy Thursday
March 24. 5:30 p.m.

Good Friday
March 25, 5:30 p.m.

Easter Sunday
March 27.6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service


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HS-5 conducts burial at sea


By Lt. j.g. Anthony Allard
HS-5 PAO
As the sun was setting
over St. Augustine
on Feb. 16, HS-5
sent retired Navy Capt.
Richard Reade, to his final
resting place.
The "Night Dippers"
transported Navy Chaplain
(Lt.) M4ylon Pope and the
ashes of Reade off the coast
in the back of an H-60 heli-
copter.
Pope said a blessing as
the helicopter hovered over
the calm blue waves. Then
he scattered the ashes from
the open cabin door into the
sea. The flight was a fitting
tribute to a man who dedi-
cated his life to naval avia-
tion and the service of his
country.
Reade received his com-
mission and wings of gold
in 1945. He served in the
Navy for 39 years, 28 of
which he served in a flying
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Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope of the NAS Jax Chapel reads a pas-
sage from the Bible after spreading the ashes of retired Navy
Capt. Richard Reade over the Atlantic Ocean.
As the executive officer of carrier aircraft of the time,
HS-70, Reade saved a fel- fixed and rotary wing.
low aviator at NAS Key He led from the forefront
West in 1969. Flying a SH- as the Navy made major
3, he saved a pilot who had technological improve-
ejected from an F-4J 30 ments.
miles at sea. For his Futhermore, he held all
actions, he received the squadron billets, had four
Sikorsky Rescue Award. commands, and innovated
Reade flew every type of training methods.


CNP seeks Sailors' input on Navy life


By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel
Public Affairs
The Chief of Naval
Personnel is provid-
ing an opportunity
for 1l,000 Sailors to help
shape our Navy by partici-
pating in the 2005 Navy-
wide Personnel Survey
(NPS) in March.
Randomly selected officers
and enlisted Sailors will
receive letters inviting them
to participate and providing
instructions on how to take
the survey. The online sur-
vey should take about 30
minutes to complete.
"We value the opinions of
our Sailors, and this online
survey provides an opportu-
nity to hear from the deck-
plates on a wide range of
issues," said Vice Adm.
Gerry Hoewing, Chief of
Naval Personnel. "Their
experience and knowledge
helps establish a fix from
which to plot our course to
form policy and make deci-
sions on the key areas of
readiness, quality of service
and quality of life issues
that directly affect the way
we work and live in this
Navy."
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FISC Jax delivers





combat capability





through logistic


By Beverly Taylor-Mack
FISC Jacksonville PAO
(" he aspect of military science
Dealing with the procurement,
maintenance, and transporta-
tion of military materiel, facilities, and
personnel," are the words Merriam-
Webster's Collegiate Dictionary uses to
define logistics.
Under the leadership of Commanding
Officer and Regional Program Manager
for Logistics Capt. Vince Griffith, the
tenant command aboard the station
that literally puts those words into
action is the Fleet and Industrial
Supply Center Jacksonville (FISC
Jacksonville). Whether supporting cus-
tomers in the aviation community at
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, or fleet
units at Naval Station Mayport, or a
global contingent at Naval Station
Guantanamo Bay Cuba, FISC
Jacksonville carries out its purpose of
delivering combat capability through
logistics.
Fleet customers especially enjoy an
enhanced quality of life from the logis-
tics support FISC Jacksonville provides
through the prime vendor program.
Under the prime vendor program, a
contractor-based working party actually
loads foods onto the ships at pierside,
rather than using military personnel
for the job. William Randolph, supply
technician and FISC Jacksonville team-
mate assigned to Prime Vendor
Operations, stated, "My main purpose is
to support the fleet and get them what
they want according to what the con-
-tract specifies. The Prime Vendor
System has been online since 1997, and
has greatly improved the quality of life
for the troops. It's a valuable tool that I
- hope we will continue to use."
In operation alongside the prime ven-
dor program is the pierside tiring of
automated tracking and control (ATAC)
retrograde. ATAC Coordinator, Rafael
Carrasquillo, understands FISC
Jacksonville's purpose. "I support oper-
ational readiness by making sure the
customer gets parts on time to be ready
for whatever contingency they may
have to face." Mayport ships and
Aviation Support Department cus-
tomers may deliver their retrograde on
the spot to FISC. The customer imme-
diately benefits from this service, which
automatically shuts off carcass tracking
and minimizes or eliminates carcass
charges.
Protecting the environment while
supplying customer requirements is a
goal of FISC Jacksonville's Hazardous
Materials Center. "Delivering quality
logistics support is what the FISC
Jacksonville Hazardous Material (HAZ-
MAT) Center does best," remarked
Petty Officer Second Class Jason
"Bradford of VS-24. The HAZMAT
Center tracks, from cradle to grave,
hazardous, materials on the station to
ensure that material is properly stored,
issued, empties returned and not dis-
posed of in the environment.
A core component of FISC
Jacksonville's organization is its con-
tracting operation. The Contracting
-Department strives to deliver combat
capability through logistics, with supe-
rior quality and timely contracting
services. Under the guidance of the
director of contracting, Cmdr. Neal
McMahon, and Deputy Director
Darlene Kunde, the Contracting
Department consists of world class,
DAWIA certified contracting profession-
als dedicated to meeting the needs of
the war fighter. FISC Jax supports
numerous customers with a wide-range
of products and services throughout the
Southeast Region including NS
Mayport; NSB Kings Bay, Ga.; NS
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Naval Aviation
Depot, Jacksonville and Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
Materials procured through FISC
Jacksonville's contracting operations
are shipped to customers, both domesti-
cally and internationally with Blount
Island, Fla., being the source of an
extensive and most impressive global
transportation operation. Candace
Keller, Navy Ocean Terminal Manager,
attributes teamwork and partnering as
the reason for a successful barge and
warehouse operation. "This type of
quality of life support for customers has
really paid off," said Keller when speak-
ing about the regular barge business
that transports sustainment provisions
across the ocean to customers at NS
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A team of
stevedores employed by the contractor
for barge operations receives, warehous-
es, and loads 3,500 tons of materiel
each month destined for FISC
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stevedore contractor has made off-load arrangements at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay to ensure that the provisions are delivered to the cus-
tomer promptly after arrival.


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that are reusable and materials that must be discarded. removed from the crusher. The crushed cans are now ready for transport to
the NAS Jacksonville Recycling Center.


Prime vendor,
pierside tiring,
hazardous ma-
terials, contrac-
ting, and ocean
terminal opera-
tions all repre-
sent logistics as
defined by Mer-
riam-Webster
but as executed
by the Fleet and
Industrial Sup-
ply Center Jack-
sonville.
The imple-
mentation of
valuable cus-
tomer support
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Confirming the barge departure schedule with the ship's crew is one of the checkpoints that Navy Ocean Terminal Manager
Candace Keller conducts before cargo ships are loaded.





JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 24, 2005


NAS Jacksonville-based Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonvile working crew members
standby to attach diagonally positioned tie-downs to secure the containers in place at the
Blount Island Ocean Terminal.


Out of view, but clearly contributing to the loading effort is the crane
operator sitting in the white cabin at the top of the photo. The operator
who with great precision and little room for error, lowers the container
into its assigned space on a barge at the Blount Island Ocean Terminal.


Photos by
Beverly
Taylor-Mack


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A contractual stevedore at Blount Island observes the movement of the
container as it is hoisted over 35 feet into the air to its space on board
the Guantanamo Bay Express.


A stevedore in charge of
operations gives the signal
to the crane operator to begin
lifting the loaded container.







The much
anticipated
loading of the
barge begins
when the first
convoy of
flatbed trucks
rolls in carry-
ing contain-
ers of provi-
sions des-
tined for NS
Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba.
The steve-
dore next to
the truck,
confirms the
contents with
the driver
before signal-
ing the crane
operator to
lock and
hoist the
load.






8 JaX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 24, 2005


Naval Reserve offers




great opportunities


From Navy Recruiting District Jacksonville
Congress officially established the Naval Reserve on
March 3, 1915. While this is recognized as the birth-
day of the Naval Reserve, its history actually dates
back to the organized State Naval Militias of the 1800s.
Today's Naval Reserve is primarily composed of Navy
and other service veterans who continue to serve utilizing
their prior military or current civilian skills. The Naval
Reserve also welcomes non-prior service (NPS) applicants
under age 39 who have needed skills. Instead of attending
the traditional eight-week boot camp, NPS applicants
attend the 17-day NPS Accession Course. This course is
taught at RTC Great Lakes and NPS applicants will
attend it within their first 12 months in the Naval
Reserve.
Navy and other service veterans, depending on current
manning levels, may convert to another rating under the
RESCORE-R or the SEABEE Veteran Programs. Reserv-
ists can learn valuable technical, medical, or construction
skills through these programs.
Applicants who are .U.S. citizens may also qualify for
either the Intelligence Specialist (IS) or Cryptologic
Technician (CT) ratings. Through an innovative modular
curriculum, applicants can become Intelligence Specialists
by attending the Naval Reserve's only "A" School one
weekend a month over 10 months. NAS Jacksonville is
one of the locations for this school and is home to several
Naval Reserve Intelligence Units. U.S. citizens who know
languages such as Arabic, Persian-Farsi, Chinese or
Korean may qualify for the CTI rating and foreign lan-
guage proficiency pay.
Naval Reservists drilling aboard NAS Jacksonville may
be assigned to aviation units such as VP-62, VR-58, or HS-
75 in flying or non-flying billets. Seabees may be assigned,
to NMCB-14 and medical personnel may be assigned to


Naval Hospital Jacksonville or Marine Corps support units.
Former Naval Officers, of all designators, are also eligi-
ble for the Naval Reserve. Additionally the Naval Reserve
offers direct commissions to professionals in the medical,
dental or nursing fields. U.S. citizens under age 35 with
supply, aviation maintenance, intelligence, cryptology or
special warfare experience can apply for commissions as
well. Ordained clergy, who are nominated by their respec-
tive denominations, may be eligible for a direct commis-
sion as a Naval Reserve Chaplain.
The Naval Reserye offers many benefits to drilling
reservists. Among these are the opportunities to retain
rank and earn promotion, SGLI for themselves and family
members, Montgomery G.I. Bill-Selected Reserve, Navy
College Program, Thrift Savings Plan, full commissary
and exchange privileges, MWR, VA home loan, TRICARE
Dental for the member and family and Space Available
travel. Enlisted Naval Reservists get free uniform issue
and replacement while Officers and Chief Petty Officers
receive uniform allowances. There is "portal to portal"
medical coverage for Naval Reservists while on any type
of training and full medical coverage for dependents while
on extended active duty orders.
A Naval Reservist normally performs one weekend of
inactive duty per month and two weeks of active duty per
year. While on inactive duty, Naval Reservists earn one
full day of base pay for each four-hour drill period. This
amounts to four days of base pay for a typical drill week-
end. Reservists receive both base pay and allowances
when on active duty orders. A Naval Reservist who com-
pletes 20 qualifying years of active and inactive service
can earn retirement pay and medical benefits for them-
selves and dependents starting at age 60.
Anyone interested in Naval Reserve Enlisted programs
can call NC1 Bernadine Bohemier at 542-2317, for Officer
Programs call Ensign Michael D'Angelo at 904-542-3363.


Engine troubleshooting


Photo by PHAN Patrick Copeland
Sailors assigned to the "Checkmates" of VS-22 troubleshoot an turbofan jet engine on an S-3B Viking in the hangar bay
aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Carrier Air Wing Three (CVW-3) is embarked
aboard Truman and is providing close air support and conducting intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance over
Iraq. The Truman Carrier Strike Group is on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of the global war 'on terror-
ism.



Annual Navy Run is coming up April 2


MONEYMAN: Online banking

From Page 2
and the correct remittance name and address for
each company you plan to pay electronically. To pay
bills, you enter your payment requests online. The
bank debits your bank account for the appropriate
amount and pays the payee either electronically or
by check. You can schedule payments in advance or
arrange to have regular, fixed-amount bills, like your
mortgage or loan payment, paid automatically each
month.
While electronic bill paying may be easier, it is
generally not faster. Most banks suggest that you
allow anywhere from five to ten days for your pay-
ment to reach the payee. To help you monitor your
payments, most online bank sites provide a payment
activity page that shows the status scheduled,
pending, or processed for all your payments.
Most banks do not charge for online banking, but
fees for electronic bill payment vary. Banks typically
charge a monthly fee for a specific number of bill
payments, with an additional per item charge when
you exceed the limit. Some offer free or discounted
electronic bill paying for the first two or three
months or when you maintain a specified balance in
your accounts.
You may wonder about the security of online bank-
ing and it is good to know that most banks use 128-
bit encryption technology, which is the most secure
way to send information over the Internet. In addi-
tion, online banking services require some combina-
tion of user name, password, and personal identifica-
tion number (PIN) to access your account.
I found most of the above information by reading
publications released by the Idaho Society of CPAs.
Do your own research, but it seems it would make
handling your money on the ship easier, especially if
you incorporate online bill paying into your banking.

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NAS Jax will host the
Navy 10K Run/5K
Walk April 2 at 7:30
a.m. Due to security meas-
ures, participation is limit-
ed to those authorized to
enter the base (valid I.D.
card and Department of
Defense vehicle decal).
Others can participate with
an authorized sponsor who
will arrive with them and
stay with them during the
event.
Pre-registration will be
held at the Holiday Inn,
Highway 17, in Orange
Park April 1 from 11:30
a.m. to 7 p.m.
The cost to participate is
$5 for all active duty per-
sonnel and children under


12. All others pay $15
before Saturday.
Registration the day of
the race is $20 and will
take place in the Navy
Exchange (NEX) parking
lot the day of the race from
6-7 a.m. Packets may also
be picked up on race day at
the registration area.
The. race starts at 7:30


a.m. with an awards cere-
mony following in the Navy
Exchange parking lot.
Awards will be presented to
the top three male and
female finishers, top mas-
ters and grand masters,
plus three males and
females in each age group
for the 10K. The top male
and female in the wheel-


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Walk is non-competitive
this year.
There will also be a shoe
fair outside the NEX April
1 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
the morning of the race.
For more information,
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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Military Spouse Kyle Jenkins and his two-year-old son, Braeden, shop for boy's clothes at the
NAS Jax Navy Exchange (NEX) Mar. 2. According to NEX Jax General Manager Marsha
Brooks, the Navy Exchange has taken a new approach to its everyday low prices. "Instead of
advertising, NEX is lowering its brand name prices, which in turn, will save the military family
money year-round."

Navy Exchange lowers prices even

further on many children's items


By Kristine Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public Affairs
or 2005, the Navy Exchange has
new, lower everyday pricing through-
out its kids departments.
"We have lowered our prices even more
on our top children's vendors," said
Barbara Divjak, the Navy Exchange
Service Command's (NEXCOM) divisional
merchandising manager for children's
clothing. "We don't want our military fami-
lies to have to wait for a sale to purchase
the name brand clothing they need."
Customers will get 30 percent off every-
day manufacturer's suggested retail prices
on select name brand apparel and sleep-
wear for boys, girls and infants.
Customers will also find lower prices on
children's clothing, including denim and
twill long leg pants. Shorts, toddler shorts,
and pique polo shirts have been lowered,
as have cotton pocket T-shirts. Nylon wind-
breakers and toddler windbreakers are
also reduced.


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In addition to children's clothing, the
Navy Exchange has also lowered the price
on many of its best selling furniture and
items most needed for infants. The price on
a 5-in-1 convertible crib with the conver-
sion kit has been lowered. Other select
items have also seen a reduction in price.
"By lowering our everyday prices even
further, we're abld to pass extra savings to
our military families," said Divjak. "The
Navy Exchange's mission is to provide
quality goods and services at a savings and
to support quality of life programs. I think
our customers will agree that the Navy
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than before on the items they need for
their families."
The latest NEXCOM pricing survey, as
reported in December 2004, shows that
customers save an average of 21.2 percent
on the products they purchase from the
Navy Exchange. When sales tax savings
are factored in, customers save an overall
average of 25.9 percent.


Brewery offers theme park admission


By Sgt. 1st Class
Doug Sample
American Forces Press Service
an Hartman's "Free
Ride" could be the
theme song to the
Anheuser-Busch Co.'s latest
offer to the military. This,
month, the brewery an-
nounced that once again it
will open the gates to its
SeaWorld, Busch Gardens
and Sesame Place theme
parks for free as a way of
saying thanks to service
members and their families.
The company's latest pro-
motion, dubbed "Here's to
the Heroes," offers a free
single-day admission to
service members, including
Guardsmen and Reservists,
and as many as three
"direct dependents," accord-
ing to Fred Jacobs, senior
director for communica-
tions at Busch Entertain-
ment Corp.
The offer runs through
Dec. 31.
The company has held
four similar free-admission
programs since the first
Gulf War: Yellow Ribbon
Summer, Salute to Ameri-
ca's Heroes, Operation
Salute, and last year's
Operation Homecoming.
Jacobs said, "These pro-
grams were conceived to
acknowledge the men and
women who serve our coun-
try and preserve freedom
and security for every
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Depart-ment of Defense
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at the gate before entrance,
he added.
Military family members
also can take advantage of
the offer without their mili-
tary sponsor; however, an
adult must accompany
minor children.
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Clubhouse groundbreaking




































(From left) Golf patron Bob Watkins, NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and President of Harry
Pepper and Associates Design-Build Team, Clubhouse Design and Construction Firm David Pepper break ground
March 14 where the new NAS jax Golf Clubhouse will soon be built. "I've golfed here since 1966 and it's amazing
to see the evolution of the golf program and facilities. This clubhouse will be a wonderful addition to the NAS jax
Golf Program," remarked Watkins.


Yellow Water housing complex fire inspection set


From NAS jax
Fire Department
he annual military
family housing fire
safety inspection and
briefing for residents living
in the Yellow Water mili-
tary housing complex is
underway.
The NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department, Fire
Prevention Division began
the annual inspections
March 1 and will continue
them throughout the
month.
Inspections and briefings
will be conducted from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Fire inspec-
tors will be in NAS Jax Fire
Department uniform and
will conduct the inspection
and briefing only in the
presence of an adult.
In the event the resident
is not at home when fire
inspectors call, a callback
form will be placed on the
door requesting the resi-
dent contact the NAS Jax
Fire Prevention Division at
542-2783 or 542-3928 to
reschedule a home fire safe-
ty inspection and briefing.
The intent of the home
fire safety inspection and


Spring fire safety tips
From the NAS lax Fire Department
Spring is here, and it's now time to do away with winter clutter that has accumu-
lated throughout and around your home. "Spring clean-up" helps prevent fire in
the home. Remember, cluttered areas give fires place to start!
To help have a fire-safe spring season, your NAS Jacksonville
Fire Prevention Division provides the following safety tips:
* Dispose of boxes no longer necessary; they can accumulate
and add to the fire load.
* Store paints, fuels and all ignitable liquids in a cool, '
locked metal cabinet. Do not store chemicals that are not
compatible together, such as pool chemicals, oils. gasoline and
cleaning products. If you're not sure, call a fire station near your
home and ask for their advice.
* Dispose of oily rags and rags used to wipe up after fueling various mechanical equip-
ment during the winter months. It doesn't have to be very warm in your
garage or storage area for rags to heat up and self-ignite. Rags used to apply
furniture polish can also be dangerous and should be replaced.
* Check family storage areas. Attics, basements, and closets also pose threats.
Dispose of anything you don't use. At the very least, straighten things up
while observing good housekeeping practices.
* Do not place any combustible material or items within three feet of furnaces,
water heaters or other heat sources.
* Routinely check behind and underneath the clothes dryer, vacuum to remove excess
lint and dust buildup.
* Before doing any outdoor burning, contact your local fire department to obtain
guidance or procedures. In your area, burning outside could be prohibited.
Spring cleaning is a good time to make your home fire-safe. Prevent fires before they
start.


briefing is to ensure maxi-
mum safety of all residents
through normal good
housekeeping practices and


to inform residents of
actions to be taken should a
fire or other emergency
occur in the home.


FFSC offers educational


and support
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in March and
April:
March 28-31, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition


Also, at this time, home
smoke and carbon monox-
ide detectors will be tested
to ensure proper operation.


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Assistance Program
(retiring)
April 4-8, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Command
Financial Specialist
Training
April 11-14, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Command
Financial Specialist
Training (separating)
April 19, 1-4 p.m. Anger
Control Workshop
April 20, 9-.10:30 a.m. -
Sponsor Training
April 21, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management
April 21, 9-11 a.m. -
Federal Employment
Workshop
April 25-28, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
(retiring)
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


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Sailors can TAP into Transition Assistance at FFSC


From FFSC Marketing,
CNI Millington Detachment
Sailors who are planning to
leave the Navy or retire are
encouraged to take advan-
tage of the services offered
through the Transition Assist-
ance Program (TAP), available at
no cost through the Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC).
"Transitioning from military
life to the civilian sector is serious
business," said David DuBois,
program manager for Military
Career Readiness Programs,
Commander Navy Installations
(CNI). "Sailors should begin this
process a year before separation
or 24 months prior to retirement."
According to DuBois, the TAP
office can be used as a compass to
help guide Sailors in the right
direction. "It's not just a process
that people go through because


they're outbound. It's actually
part of a parallel career develop-
ment strategy they can use to
help determine what their best
options are at a given time. The
transition process and services
offered are part of a holistic life-
cycle approach to career develop-
ment," he said.
The TAP workshops are de-
signed to provide Sailors with the
basic knowledge and skills neces-
sary to plan and execute a suc-
cessful job search. Department of
Labor instructors conduct the
three-day TAP workshops, focus-
ing on subjects such as skills
identification, post-military goals
and ambitions, conducting job
searches, writing a resume,
preparing for an interview, and
dressing for success in a new
career.
"I like to consider that work-


shop as the preparatory phase,"
said DuBois. "It truly is the intro-
duction to career change."
The core TAP curriculum also
includes presentations by the
Department of Veterans Affairs on
VA benefits and information on
disability transition assistance.
But the Navy's transition assis-
tance program is much more than
just a three-day workshop. "The
real work begins after the work-
shop," emphasized DuBois.
"That's where you actually have
to start crafting your resume, get-
ting your service record in order,
and determining the appropriate
licensing and certification re-
quirements for the job you
desire."
NAS Jacksonville's FFSC tran-
sition professionals can provide
additional employment assistance
and resources. Services include


-individual counseling; job fairs,
search libraries and access to
employment listings; automated
tools and personal assistance for
preparing resumes, cover letters
and federal job applications; andc
guidance in preparing for inter-
views.
"We have the resources and the
help to guide you through this
process, but you have to do it
yourself. No one is going to hand
you your dream job," said DuBois.
DuBois recommends that
Sailors begin the transition
process as early as two years
prior to their retirement date.
Sailors who are going to separate
at the end of their enlistment can
access the services up to 12
months prior to leaving the Navy.
"That's exactly when they ought
to begin, because they're in com-
petition with the civilian sector,


and they've got to make sure they
are going to be competitive,"
added DuBois.
"Sailors are encouraged to visit
their local FFSC to. discuss their
future plans with the transition
team," said DuBois. "They are
there to advise, support and guide
you through the transition
process."
There are 52 Fleet and Family
Support Centers and more than
60 transition assistance program
delivery sites worldwide. For
more information on FFSC pro-
grams or to locate the nearest
center, visit the FFSC at
www.ffsp.navy.mil or call their 24-
hour information and referral
hotline at 800-FSC-LINE.
Additional information is avail-
able from Navy One Source at
www.navyonesource.com or by
calling 1-800-540-4123.


Much Ado About Books
The Jacksonville Library is hosting this event
April 2 at the Prime Osborn Center from 8:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. Exciting opportunities are available
for people or groups that include escorting
authors, panel discussion monitors, children area
assistants, bookstore assistants, greeters, lunch-
eon 'monitors, ticket takers, set up, clean up and
much more. Contact Jessica Pate at 806-1677 for
details.

Very Special Arts Festival
Very Special Arts is an international organiza-
tion that provides experiences in the arts for peo-
ple with disabilities. Join the Cummer Museum of
Art and Gardens in making this day a success.
Volunteers are needed April 5-7 to assist students
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HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for var-
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call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The
HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating
donated materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.

Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc. serves
Green Cove Springs, Orange Park, Middleburg,
Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through Saturday throughout
the year to help out. For more information, call
Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524.


Local park announces outdoors events


By Leslie Royce
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
he Westside Regional
Park located across
the NAS Jax Main
Gate is pleased to announce
their March and April
Naturescope Programs.
Also, we are looking for
volunteers to participate in
Project Feeder Watch,,
which is a research and
education project of the
Cornell Lab of Ornithology,
National Audubon Society,
Bird Studies Canada, and
the Canadian Nature
Federation. We are putting
up several different types of
bird feeders that will be
visible from the large win-
dows on the west side of the
nature center,
So, what does a person do
who participates in the
Feeder Watch? You watch
birds for as little as five
minutes or as long as you
want. You count how many
birds of each species you see
at one time. And you record
that data. With assistance,
even a small child can do
that. And, of course, we'll be
there to offer assistance.
The data collected will be
used by scientists to track
and study changing bird
populations. We are looking
for volunteers to collect
data on Fridays and'
Saturday. You don't have
to make a commitment to
come out regularly. Just call
us before you visit to make
sure that the nature center
isn't being used for a public
program. And we need a
couple of working blenders
and irons for our papermak-
ing children's workshop.
The following events and
workshops will be held at
the park in March and April.
For further information or to
register, call 573-2498.


Basketweaving
March 29, 10 a.m.-noon
Individuals aged 14 and
up are invited to learn how
to weave baskets using
material from nature.
Participants need to bring
their own supplies.
Registration required.
Book Signing
Florida Butterfly Cater-
pillars 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. Florida
Butterfly Gardening,
Minno's fourth book, will
also be available at the
signing.
Wee Workshop:
AntAdventure
April 5, 10-11:30
Calling all wee nature
adventurers (children 7
years and under) and their
adult companions to join us
on an ant adventure. After
learning some interesting
facts about ants, we will
search the park for ants
and observe their behavior.
Following an ant game, we
will create an ant that you
can take home. Registra-
tion required.
Hooray for Homeschool-
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April 15, 10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
Going buggy? Join us and
learn more about entomolo-
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will participate in a bug
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On March 13, a group of 18 Sailors traveled to Orlando with the NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Department's Liberty Program to enjoy an Orlando Magic bas-
ketball game. The event was part of an Armed Forces appreciation night hosted by the
Orlando Magic team during their game against the Jersey Nets. Following the game, the
group hit center court for a photo opportunity with several Orlando Magic cheerlead-
ers.


Tax credit options for deployed troops


By Gerry Gilmore
American Forces Press Service
Service members receiving federal tax
exemptions for some or all of their
military pay may now elect to apply
for certain tax credit options, the chief of
the Armed Forces Tax Council (AFTC) said
here Feb. 17.
Troops deployed to combat zones can
now apply for tax refunds based on earned
income tax credits, as well as additional
child-tax credits, explained Army Lt. Col.
Janet Fenton, the AFTC's executive direc-
tor. The AFTC monitors and coordinates
tax issues involving active and reserve-
component military members.
The earned income credit, Fenton
explained, primarily involves lower-income
filers with children. The additional child
tax credit, she added, may provide refunds
for children under age 17.
Service members who want to apply for
the credit refunds are required to fill out
and file a federal tax return, Fenton noted.
Enlisted troops serving in combat areas


already have all of their military pay
excluded from federal taxes, Fenton point-
ed out, while officers in combat zones can
exclude up to $6,529 of their monthly pay.
Troops deployed to non-combat overseas
areas have until June 15 to file their
income taxes, Fenton said.
Troops serving in a combat zone, she
pointed out, have up to 180 days to file
their taxes after departing the area.
For example, "someone who is in Iraq
right now," she noted, "would not have to
file their 2004 tax return until they leave
Iraq."
However, some overseas service mem-
bers would want to file early, Fenton said,
because they may be due a refund.
Military-operated tax centers at stateside
and overseas locales, she noted, can pro-
vide service members with tax filing assis-
tance.
And, married service members deployed
to combat and non-combat overseas locales
can opt to have spouses file tax returns,
she noted, provided there's an applicable
power of attorney.


USO: Looking for book donations


From Page 1
with gift certificates/gift cards to different
area stores like Target, Wal-Mart, K-Mart,
Publix, Winn Dixie, any area store or
restaurant. These gift cards are dispersed
to military families contacting the USO for
some financial help or relief when needed
for emergency situations. No amount of
donation is too small.
The USO will also accept checks made
out to the USO.
Some of the many participating busi-
nesses this year in this project are Orange
Park Medical Center, Barnes & Noble of
Mandarin, Ponte Vedra Branch Library,
Backwater Bookstore, and also Florida
Community College of Jacksonville at all
the campus locations. We also have two
Cub Scout packs helping us Julington
Creek Elementary School, and Green Cove
Springs Cub Scout Pack #345.
The USO of NAS Jax and. Mayport will


be collecting any of the above-mentioned
items starting March 1st and ending at the
big celebration event on Saturday, April
2nd at USO Mayport from 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Members of POW will be on hand with
music, artists, and authors doing book
signing, food, fun and more.
Barnes & Noble of Mandarin will be fea-
turing authors from POW and military
personnel will be on hand to collect your
donations on March 31 from 7- 9 p.m. only
for a one-night event.
Backwater Books in Orange Park will
also be collecting books, CDs, DVDs. Audio
books and more until March 31.
Ponte Vedra Branch Library is also col-
lecting any of your donations.
If you or your business is interested in
collecting items for this annual worthy
project, please contact Caryn Suarez at
carynsuarez@yahoo.com or visit her Web
site at http://powl00.com, or call 343-4188.


BREWERY: Theme parks offer a thank you


From Page 9
Jacobs said the company
estimates that more than
one million service mem-
bers and their families will
visit its parks during the
offer, and that nearly
100,000 people have regis-
tered already.
The Busch Gardens
theme park in Williams-
burg, Va.; SeaWorld in San
Antonio; and Sesame Place
in Langhorne, Pa.; are sea-
sonal operations that open
in the spring. The compa-
ny's SeaWorld Orlando and
Busch Gardens Tampa
Bay, and SeaWorld San
Diego, are open year-
round.
The company has re-
ceived "thousands of e-
mails, phone calls and let-
ters thanking us for recog-
nizing the service and sac-
rifice of our armed forces,"
Jacobs said.
"I have had the privilege
of responding to many of
those notes, and I can tell
you from personal experi-
ence how gratifying it is,"
he added.
Anheuser-Busch has a
long tradition of support-
ing the military. In 1921,
Lilly Busch, the widow of
company founder Adolphus
Busch, opened the Busch
family garden to the pub-
lic, donating admission
fees to disabled veterans.
And over the years, the
company has supported
veterans memorials in
Washington, such as the


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Memorial and the Vietnam
Veterans Memorial.
The company has also
provided scholarship funds
for United Service Organi-
zations members and De-
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NAS Jax Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Director Dave Faraldo talks about what the socie-
ty has to offer and how the annual fund drive benefits Sailors and Marines who may need
some financial assistance.

NMCRS: Fund drive runs through May


From Page 1
Founded in 1904, the NMCRS is a pri-
vate, non-profit, charitable organization. It
is sponsored by the Department of the
Navy and operates nearly 241 offices
ashore and afloat at Navy and Marine
Corps bases throughout the world.
During the 101 years the NMCRS has
been operating, they have helped millions
of people through loans and grants.


NMCRS also offers other forms of assis-
tance such as providing layettes or "junior
seabags" to new family members, a Visiting
Nurse program to help new mothers, elder-
ly individuals and anyone who needs a lit-
tle extra help, and thrift shops offering
low-cost clothing and household items.
This year's fund drive runs through the
end of May. For more information, see your
command NMCRS Fund Drive keyperson or
contact the local NMCRS Office at 542-3515.


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Sick Car? Bring it to the Auto Skills Center mechanic
and have it analyzed. For information, call 542-3227.



Support the Troops, Military Appreciation Bowling Day.
Free family bowling event.
April 2, 1-10 p.m.
Free food to first 500 participants.
Call 542-3493 for more info.


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


Swimming lessons
Ages six months adult, all levels
Next session scheduled to begin April 4.
$30 / session
Call base gym for details, 542-2930
Lifeguard training
Ages 15 and older
American Red Cross certification
Next session scheduled to begin April 5.
$100 / session
Call base gym for more info, 542-2930


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 by tomorrow.
Day of Beauty visiting Kanapaha Gardens, Gainesville
Art Festival, Harm Museum of Art & Florida Museum of
History

Bass tournament is April 16
N AS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department Mulberry Cove Marina presents the
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 tournament is 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 promo-
tional items, and complimentary food and refreshments.
Tournament results will be certified by the St. John's
BASS Anglers Club. Contact the Mulberry Cove Marina
at 542-3260 for an entry form or e-mail Phil Collins at
philip.s.collins@navy.mil.

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Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt

Sunday, March 27, 2005 @ O'Club

Brunch served 10:30am 2:30pm

Egg Hunt at 12:00

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$5.50 for children
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Acquisition
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he sixth annual Jack-
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ed by the Jacksonville na-
val community, will take
place at the University of
North Florida's University
Center on April 13-14.
Director of Defense Pro-
curement and Acquisition
Policy Deidre Lee is the
keynote speaker. Depart-
ment of Defense acquisition
workforce members will
receive 16 continuous learn-
ing points for participating
in both days of the event.
For information and reg-
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Mulberry Cove & Jax Yacht Club seeking sailing
instructors. No experience required to apply. For informa-
tion, contact Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club at 778-0805.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
One-year-old Natalie French carefully places an egg into her
basket during last year's NAS Jax Easter Egg Hunt. This year's
event will be held Friday night at 7 p.m. at the McCaffrey
softball fields.
April 2
The cost is $26/person.
Webster Flea Market
Visit the largest flea market in Florida and tour the
National Veteran's Cemetery.
April 18
The cost is $20/person


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Mall & Movie
March 26
Three-on-Three Basketball Tournament
March 29, 7 p.m.
Limited to first 10 teams


2005 Bass Tournament
April 16, first light
Entry forms available at Mulberry Cove Marina.
Call 542-3260 for more details.


Special recognition


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
The cost is $12.95/adult and $5.50/child.
Reservations recommended, 542-3041
Reef & Beef Buffet Dinner
April 2, 6:30 -9 p.m.
The cost is $17/person.
Reservations recommended, 542-3041
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Direct TV is here.
Watch your favorite college or pro basketball games.
Wednesday night Karaoke, 7 p.m. close


NAS Jax Youth Activities Night Easter Egg Hunt
March 25, 7 p.m.
McCaffrey Softball Complex
Ages 0 12 years
Yellow Water Easter Egg Hunt
March 26, 9 a.m.
Yellow Water Youth Activities Center
Call 777-8247 for more information.


Tomorrow, 5 p.m. After the Sunset (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Lemony Snicket: A Series of
Unfortunate Events (PG)

Saturday, 7 p.m. Incredibles (PG)


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The following are phone numbers of contacts who can
help with consumer problems:
Family Service Center 542-2766
Better Business Bureau 721-2288
State Attorney's Office Consumer Mediation 630-2075
City of Jacksonville/Consumer Affairs Division 630-3467
Florida Department of Business & Professional
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Skeet league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty personnel. Stop
by the gym to pick up the rules and entry forms to join the league.
Indoor volleyball league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty personnel.
Games will be played on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at
11:15 a.m. and noon. Stop by the gym to pick up the rules and
entry forms to join the league.
Tennis tournament slated
A Captain's Cup singles tennis tournament will be held March 28.
The tournament is free and open to all NAS Jax active duty men
and women. There will be a men and women's division. The match-
es will start at 5 p.m. and will be played at the Birmingham Tennis
Courts. Individuals playing in the tournament will earn Captain's
Cup points for their respective command. Call the NAS Jax
" Gymnasium to sign up by tomorrow.
'Free beginners tennis clinic
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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.
Adult Beginner's Clinic: 8:30-10 a.m.
Ages 10-13 Beginner's Clinic: 10-11 a.m.


Officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for indi-
viduals to officiate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball at NAS
Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for basketball. Experience not
required. If interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional Running and
Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons, and/or triathlons. The
Navy will showcase elite active duty men and women in regional
races. Uniforms are provided as well as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested runners must compete in sanctioned
(USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you have run in sanctioned race arid
your time meets regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min. Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min. Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K bike


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 Tuesdays 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 information,
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 information, call 276-9415.
A free Yoga Class for all ages and abili-
ties is held the first Sunday of each month
at Memorial Park in Riverside at 11 a.m.
Bring a blanket. For further 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.
MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange


Park / Westside holds their chapter meet-
ings the second Thursday of each month at
10 a.m. at the Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard. For infor-
mation, call DeLynn at 317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommunity.com/mom-
sclub.
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 invi-
tation to all currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regular meeting
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 informa-
tion, 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. 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 Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club and
Mulberry Cove Marina are holding a pot
luck dinner March 27 at the NJYC club-
house. The dinner will begin at 2:30 p.m.
and the Easter Bunny will visit at 4 p.m.
Everyone is welcome, just bring food to
share. For more information, call Jennie at
779-7394.
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 Shrimp
Fest in Fernandina 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.shrimpfes-
tival.com.


Did you know that...
T he Navy Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) dis-
lbursed $31.5 million in financial assistance to
Sailors, Marines, and their families who had finan-
cial needs in 2004?
The single, most prevalent category of need was basic
living expenses. Clients also sought assistance to pay for
emergency transportation, medical and dental bills, funer-
als, setting up households, including security and utility
deposits, furniture, car repair, and more. Based on need,
assistance is provided as an interest-free loan or grant.
If you have a temporary emergency need, NMCRS may
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SUNITS 900 SQ.A Fri JUUNGTON CREEK like new, 2/1 w/bonus business needs managing
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furnished $595,000 firm ETHICAL STATE LICN1 Near Riverside, $985m 3 8S 95 0 4benef4t.
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Woodmere Dr. 3/2/2 a Houses kIfloors, tile. comm
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1100 Seagate AveNeptune Beach (904) 249-5611 $163K. 352-377-7090329S romancee lowe uit and 917-64Mo9i4 8
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ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT Rl a ca (92) 258-0921$4,000 O2c garage, 2100 sqft 427 Mobile Home
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R M U RO N AIPro Realty/Grace Ellis 400 Apartments 4 Ortega 4 br 2 bth 2 yrs terms availablexJune RN'1DE -3301-1 Lannie Industrial for Rent
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I IWaterfront w/dlock-2050 4s Apartments $245K call 394-7355 or OP /Clay Co. 4/2 new $100/mo. 757-7621 5 7Commercial/
SS Lakeshore. Reined 3/3, new 10Conloiniums 264-1410 cond. fril 2c gar, avail lBusinesses
kit&baths wd firs, fp, scr 412 Retirement ARL- 2/2.5 Town Home 4/15 $14 .832.800ORi
prch, g yc389500 349K Communities $850mth credit check OP/Dr's Inlet 4/2, Beaut. 4t Retail/fce Space
24005f, $1400m .0. S BLOCKS FROM JU for Rent
Historic Avondale .4 22 T rHouses Ufurnished 9 ac arm.
HA355 Condominiums 420HousesUnfurnished ATL/UNIVTH 2/1.5 Brand 78Tara Farms. 3br/2ba, inground
Newly $775 me, water 904-612-1169/728-7728 Jpools, garage & ind
Ve PAer K A n u 2MnuHomes incl'd. 904- 291-2124 carport, f ireplaceCo- 500 omerndustrial
PA GREAT BEACH BUY 427 Mobile Home Lots OP/OAKLEAF, new 3/21 central air/heat. utili-
SJARDIN DI MER 430 Roommates ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2 lake, dbi garpool, club, ties split 1/3. Contact For Sale 0 Pt
IQin r iSEE JARDl- UIa NDEMER B EACHESmats Berber tile fenced lawn svc 1250 285. R0 er l 6Private Instruction-
SnAD UNDER BEACHES 435Rooms toRent 2 8ard garag L 236Do 60Sc Spcilt Tang
APART iENTS o CALL 241-2270 440Beach/Vacation/ h kup no pets $895 OP/OAK LEAF 4/2newCOMMECIALOFC tS
r ICW-2/2.5, Bethefirst Resorts available April Call w/d & refrig, avail, .4RL-Matureucouple or SLouh B 4units,kaxre, Ee nts
to live in new kit, baths, 44SStorage/Mini- 221-5652 PCSing $1250-$1295 264-1425 single share house w/ South Bank Jax area/Events
389 3179 pt tile, ct& heat- Lockers OP/Oaleaf Plant. New owner, call for info 551.5978 designer raiinterior suites.vl
pump; 1700s, d ck, 4oManagement/Rental Al B ch- New House3/2 3/2.5Twnh w/gar. Amen. .- FERNANDINA BC, e a se904-673 d1 v
boatram _$359k. S 4 garage, fncd yard. m 1650sf. $500 off 1st me. Roommate wanted 3605
455 Wanted to Rent $1190m. 215-9960883 ifor 3/2. $350me.
pV2/2 top fir. hdwd/tile ATL BEACH 4/2, great OP/OAKLEAF PLANT uti. incl. Security Commercial/
firs, fpl, woodedview house, no pets, New3/2 w/Den. W/D Deposit ne gotiable. 505 Industrial REAL ESTATE
$235k. 904-686-0112 $1200mo, 210-7861 $1300m. 904-278-7597 904-277 8 026v mg. For Rent ril
THE PLAZA- lbr/lba 405 Apartments 4 KINOSLAND to share 8 Week Eve Class May18
12th fir river/city view Unfurnished 3/2 house $400m. util. 3142SF Warehouse/ For more information
$325,000. 904-721-8670l inl. Close to Base oftc. Triple net. 270 visit our website
Waterfron09-t 2 0 2 Bedroom loft on 2nd 510-0559 ask for Talleyrand Ave, lblk nwww.myfrei.com
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Sleft! Starting i $79,500. Fishing pond asking
904-399-5883 $950. contact Nick
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LAKE SINCLAIR in 888-836-3613 7571 Cliff Cottage 8601 Beach Blvd.
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frame. dbl boathouse 7782 Macdou
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sell 912-882-3573 Central location, pool. 3/2 1425SF$950 CABLE & WATER!
904-72U-14ab p9riles, $500 OFF 1ST FULL SEMI AND TRACTOR TRAILER- STRAIGHT TRUCK- BUS 1
1 00 Ea stwood Rd -904-721-14d9594CroxleyCourt MONTHS RENT! WEEKEND' OR WEEKDAY CLASSES AVAILABLE
( 4 4 99 365H Manufactured AVONDALE HI RISE 4/2 1745SF $1125 ,1LE
': Homes RIVERFRONT 7 LOCk 18 ct. "904A783-3333 1 M A S T0ER -11.
CALLAHAN FL, 4/2 Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd. 171S $95o /2192SF$195A. *ti
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$980 D 9own $59 Month $99 SEC. DEP. SPECIALI$ "'
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700 Domestic
HOUSEKEEPER/CAREGIVER
Baymeadows area.
Honest, Dependable.
Good Refs. 642-9003

LIVE IN house helper
needed for profes-
sional working family ,
rm board & salary
included. Call Donna
626-4592 or
230-0783

706 Accounting/
Bookkeeping

AR/BILLING ADMINIS-
TRATOR/ BOOKEEPER
CPA firm requires bill-
ingadmin, with exten-
sive bookeeping
knowledge. MUst have
prior computer exp
with Peachtree
/Q-books & min of 5
yrs exp. Position avail
mmed Please reply to
PO Box 19707, Jax FL
32245 fax 904-646-0102

707 Driver
A $1000 BONUS FOR
EXP'D PETRO DRIVERS
Florida Rock & rank
Lines, Inc.
Minimum requirements:
2 yrs tractor trailer exp.
year exp. with certif.
Clean MVR
SNo DUI's
Class A CDL w/hazmat
& tanker endorsement.
25yrs of age & over.
Benefits.
SMin. pay guarantee.
401K/Profit sharing.
SPaid vacation.
SPaid sick leave.
SMedical/Dental/Vision
SCompany paid Life Ins.
Safety bonuses etc. for
you & your spouse.
short & long term dis-
ability insurance
Call (904) 356-2456 or

AUTO PARTS
DELIVERY DRIVER w/
warehouse duties.
Entry level, $7.SOhr.
Apply in person at The
Parts House 10321 For-
tune Parkway. Bldg 400
Drug Free workplace.
CLASS B DUMP TRUCK
DRIVERS CLASS A ROCK
TRUCK DRIVERS
Needed immed. 2 yrs
exp reqd. Rock trucks
for local runs Benf inci:
health dental, dis-
ability, fife 401K &pd
vacation Apply at JB
Coxwell Contracting inc
6741 Lloyd Rd West
786-1120 EOE DFWP
Co. Driver/Lift Operator
Tanker/HAZMAT
endorsements min 2yrs
exp. Call 904.634.1999

Company Drivers
$1000 Sign on Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on bonus*
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most
weekends
Co. starting gay
$.31-.34/mi e
O/OP pay $.85/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
*$25 Weekly Service
Bonus
*Paid First 2 Weeks



Call Greg @
800-723-3424 for info

DRIVER/LAN DSCAPER
CDL Class A, Good pay &
benefits. 260 0811
Driver
Looking for steady pay?
How about guaranteed
para-transit work.
Would you like to be
part of Jacksonville's
#1 transportation
group? Pay starts at
$100 $9.00/hr, benefits
offered after 90 days.
Free on-site training
program for qualified
applicants. Call Tim
Collinsat493 5250
DRIVERS for airport
shuttle to drive cars
around airport FT PT
Hrly pay, Cal 1346-3955

DRIVERS
Jacksonville, Florida
Valid Class B Drivers
License. We off com-
petitive salary /com-
misssion & benefit
package. Experience
preferred but will train
the right candidates.
Ability to communicate
in a professional
manner. Call Greg
Gaylord 904-378-8000.
EOE Drugfree Workplace
DRIVERS over the road,
CDL class A, 2yrs exp.
Drug free workplace
HIth ins, retirement &
paid Vac. 386-294-3411
DRIVER TECH-to deliver,
educate customer on
use of respiratory
/durable medical equip
Gd written /verbal
comm skills, detail
oriented. Ability to lift
651bs+ Valid, gd FL DL.
bkgrd check Must
participate in on-call
rotation Fax 448-3195
AA/ EOE/DFWP
Driver
Tired of the same dead
end job?
Join a winning team that
has been Jacksonville's
leader in transporta-
tion for over 20 years!
Average take home
$500-$700 plus week
Be your own boss, make
your own schedule!
If interested call Tim
Collins 355-8294 or
Brian Jeffo at 249-6289


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

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
LP GAS DELIVERY
DRIVER- Class B CDL
with hazmat endose-
merit comp sal & ben-
efit pkg Apply in per-
son 917 S. *th St
Fernandina Bch or fax
resume 904-432-2010


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707 Driver
WRECKER DRIVERS
Flatbed, Class B & D lic.
Vacation pay, will train,
Apply at R. &J. Towing,.
8512 Herlong Rd, btwn
8-5. MF.789668

710 Industrial/
7 Au Trades

DANIS CONSTRUCTION.
a local general contrac-
tor. seeking exp'd
Concrete Finishers &
Form Carpenters
Contact Pam Sullivan
at 724-6045 x12.
EOE M/F/D/V.


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


Cali591.5593 298.1222

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800-693-7838
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS with tools.
transp & roof exp.
Call Karen 904-777-5775
CARPET INSTALLER-
dependable, license
/insurance FTtop pay.
Apply 5911 Beach Blvd
COMMERCIAL GARAGE
DOOR TECH- needed.
P/T flexible hrs. Must
have truck tools & 1 yr
exp Call 237-5900
CONCRETE FINISHERS
With experience, tranp
and tools. TOP PAY $$S
Call 737-1558
CONCRETE FINISHERS
With experience, trapp
and tools. TOP PAY $
Call 737-1558
CONCRETE LABORER Exp
nec in form carpentry&
busting rebar. Transp
req 778&4827; 759-9588
CONSTRUCTION SITE
CLEAN-UP. Class D' Lic.
req'd. FT, good bnfts.
904-786-5503

WORKING
SUPERVISOR
Fencing exp., drivers Ihc.
D, good record. $10/hr
medical, dental vision,
vacation, 401K. holiday.
Call 888.340. 3922
FIELD SUPERVISORS-
small gen contr needs 2
indv for small comm
projects. Spanish lan-
guage a plus. Gd car-
penter formen will
qualify. Call 880-8110
or fax resume 880-8408
FLOORING INSTALLERS
for new construction
Vinyl, ceramic & carpet.
Exp & trans pt. req'd.
Top rates. Call Dave
904-2960994 x 104 EOE
FORM CARPENTERS
W/CONCRETE experi-
ence for resid work
tranp & tools 737-1558
FORM CARPENTERS
W/CONCRETE experi-
ence for resid work
tranp &tools 737-1558
GLAZIERS
Lee & Cates is hiring exp.
Commercial Glaziers in
Jax. & Fernandina. Must
have exp. with Kaw-
neers Tri-Fab & 1600
Curtain Wall systems.
Contact Bob
@ 904-354-4643 or fax
resume to 904-355-Q131.
LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION
Amax Landscaping, Inc
Min 1 yrs exp., Top$ paid
based on exp. Bob cat
& other landscape eqpt
exp is a plus Inter-
views Tues. & Thurs.
for appt. 904-629-2171
LOCAL CONSTRUCTION
CO IS LOOKING TO FILL
THE FOLLOWING POSI-
TIONS=
Superintendent Asst
Super, Project Manager
fax res 904-346-3979
PAINTERS & HELPERS
NEEDED DL & vehicle
a must. Experience
pref'd. 696-9016
PAINTERS exp'd, Orange
Pk & Julington Creek;
transp nec. 759-9892
PAINTERS Residential
$10. $12/hr. Tools &
transp. nec. 334-2612
PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must. Call 83 3827 or
Ofc. 264-7086
PRESSMAN Exp on SM
74 w/console & GTO-4
Call 904-645-7670
EXPERIENCED ROOFER
NEEDED ASAP.
Exp. In all applications a
plus. Truck/Tools A Must
$16.00 an hour Plus
Benefits. 904-219-0745
SATELLITE TV Installers
Needed. Must have exp.
SBCA lic. Call 641-3474
SERVICE TECH seeking
clean cut reliable
people with good cus-
omer skills, flex
evening hrs. work
independently Earn
$12-$15/hr. Clean driv
rec 904-296-7500
SHOP MANAGER
Join one of the top 50
growing companies!
irefighters Equipment
Co. is looking for Exp'd
Shop Mgr; DOT exp
prefd but not req'd; will
train. Drug Free. Exc
bnfts. Fax resume
904-384-2610 or mail PO
Box 60189 Jax FL 32236


Experienced only.
$16- $22/hr with Dr. Lic.
+ comm and bonuses
also Expd.Groundsmen
with CDL B $300 HIRING
BONUS 272-5876


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Station, Jacksonville.
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sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
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One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202


710 Industrial/
710 x Trades

WAREHOUSE PERSON
with electrical material
exp. Clean driving
record. 744-4446
WATER-.PROOFERS&
COMMERCIAL PAINTERS
with exp & transp. Will
train motivated indi-
viduals. 904-396-4383

WELDER
Minimum of ten years
experience In TIG, MIG.
and stick welding with
aluminum and stain-
less steel. Strucural
fabiraction and blue-
print reading experi-
ence required. Candi-
date must be willing to
relocate to Jupiter, Fl.
Please send resume
and salary require-
ments to human
resourcesous.perrymall.
com, or mall to Perry
Sglingsb Systems
-Human Resources
Department 821 Jupiter
Park dr., Jupiter, FL
33458. For additional
information Informa-
tion Please visit our
webiste at www.
perry shngsD y5T eiTC C,,
WELDER- t10 build truck
bodies & install truck
equipment Drug free
Nichols Truck Body
Westside 781-5080

S Marine
_711 Trade

CHIEF ENGINEER
FT, 40/per wk. Bnfts pkg
avail. DDE min. req. St.
Johns River Ferry Svc.
Attn: Wayne Toole
904-241-9969 xl0


712 Mechanic

MECHANICS
Leading transportation
company Is currently
seeking qualified die-
sel tractor mechanics;
also trailer mechanics.
Must have own tools.
Full benefits. For con-



EOE. Drug Free Work
Place


713 Legals
"PARALEFAL for beaches
commercial collections
attorney office. Com-
petitive compensation
ased on experience.
Fax resume to (904)
394-0399."

715 Management/
7 -w Professional




Clay County BCC seeking
apps for FT Branch Mgr
for Fleming Island
Library. Salary $34,362 +
ex. benefits. Req. MSLS
degree. 4 yrs Pub. Lib
exp. Valid FDL. Job
manages 28,000 sq. ft lib
+ supervises employees.


Det 720 Medical
liHrE FtL HHA FOR Baker Co.


Pearson Educational Measurement, a division of Pear
son Education, is a leader in providing high quality
testing solutions for a broad range of users, and ir
arge-scale project and logistics management for U.S
est publishers and state departments of education.

Qualified candidates must have a minimum of a
our-year degree and be able to follow a scoring guide.

Immediate openings
Temporary positions
Hours:
Days: 8:00a -4:30p M-F
Evenings: 6:00p -10:00p M-F
Pay: $11.00/hr + 10% differential (evening shift)
Must provide proof of degree (diploma/transcript) at
interview
Please bring two forms of ID


WALK IN INTERVIEWS
Monday-Friday Only
9:00 am-2:00 pm
or
to schedule an Interview go to:
www.careermapping.com/pemiobs
or call 1-877-PEM-JOBS






6225 Lake Gray Blvd Suite 2
Jacksonville, FL 32244
www.pearsonedmeasurementcom/1psc
Pearson is committed to hiring a diverse workforce
EOE-m/f/v/d


The City of Jacksonville

One Organization...So Many

Opportunities

www.coj.net


Plumber
Skilled-craft work in the installation,
maintenance, and repair of plumbing and
heating equipment.


Irrigation Technician
Skilled-craft work in the design, installation,
maintenance, and repair of water irrigation
systems and water resources.


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.


Senior Laboratory Technician
Responsible for supervising and/or
participating 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 be given to
nlnikin n+-rane- -anti linilh c non esec


715 Management/
71.5 Professional

FIELD OPERATIONS
MANAGER
National Auto repair
Franchise seeks moti-
vated Indv For
multi-location mgmt
position Auto service
ex perence a plus. Sig-
nificant travel required.
We Offer
* Excellent comp.
*401k
* Paid Vacation
* Health Insurance
For confidential inter-
view fax Resume to:
410-987-7273 or call
800-935-8863 ext 46

Growing company look-
ing for office manager.
Strong accounting and
customer service
background needed.
Competitive salary and
benefits package.
Please fax resume and
salary requirements to
(904)733M-0692.


New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
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


720 Medical
Admission Coordinator
for Skilled Nursing
Facility. Must be
knowledgable of
Medicare and Medic-
aid Regulations.
Opening a new facility.
Please apply at The
Terrace At Fleming
Island, 1125 Fleming
Plantation Blvd. Orange
Park,FL32003 or fax
resume to (904)
213-8338 for an








FT Days and on. call
To provide medical




For more info,
please call 743-1883.
Apply In person
(9aji.- 4pm., F only)
or mail resume to RBHS,
Human Resources,
900 Univeisity Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonfil, FIL3221L
Fax resume to 743.5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace

FRONT OFFICE MEDICAL
STAFF for Busy E&T
office in Org Park with
at least 1 yr experience
in medical environ-
ment. Fax resume
904-269-6505
Full Time and Part Time
Positions for Dietary
Aides. The areas
newest SkilledNurslng
Facility. Please apply in
person or call The Ter-
race at Fleming Island,
1125 Fleming Planta-
tion Blvd, Orange Park.
FL 32003 (904) 541-3500.
EOE/DFWP
Full Time Positions for
Housekeeping/Laundry
Aides. The areas
newest Skilled Nursing
Facility. Please apply in
person or call The Ter-
race at Fleming Island,
1125 Fleming Planta-
tion Blvd Orange Park,
FL 32003 (904) 541-3500.
EOE/DFWP.

RBHS has the following I
opportunities available I
Immediately to people who
want to make a difference I
in the lives of others:
Charge RNs .-Great
Di rental
FT Evenings, Nights
,No Weekends required.
Mental Health
ITechs
PT Weekends, PRN,
direct care
Security Officer
5pm. 5am. 7 days on,I
7 days o0 I
Case Managers
SBA/BSin Human Ser-
vices field.Entrylevel.


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) 260-1-818, Fax (904) 886-7768.
www.rivergarden.org
Drug Free Workolace.


720 Medical


with experience needed for
busy GYN practice at the
Beach. F T M-F good
salary, health & dental,
paid time off 401k plan.
Fax your resume 247-2281

NP /PA-Part Time for
Family Prac fax resume
771-0515 Attn Mela




MOOSEHAVEN
Apply 1701 Park Ave,
(904) 278- 1225 or
Fax resume to 278-1285
EOE/DFW

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

RN
RN ADMINISTRATOR
Mederi Home Health
Care is looking for
highly -motivated,
experienced home
health managers for
our new locations in
Broward County and
Duval (Jacksonville)-
and our established
agencies in Orange
County (Altamonte
Springs), and central
Florida (Tavares, Ocala,
Lady Lake and Cler-
mont). Qualified indi-
viduals must be well
acquainted with one of
these communities,
have extensive expe-
rience In a leadership
position in home health
and the ability and
,drive for business
development. Only
Registered Nurses with
clinical management
background will be
considered.
These are salaried
positions offering out-
standing compensa-
tion and benefits
package (including
employer paid medical,
dental short and long
term disability and life
insurance), bonus
incentives and 30pald
days off, plus holidays.
Please visit our web-
site www.mederi.com
Our new locations are
also looking for com-
munity educators, and
field staff. Both
full-time and per diem
positions available.
To be considered for
Administrator level
position. Please e-mail
mklng@mederl.com
or fax your resume to
561-266-0627
For other positions call
1-800-833-8688 ask for
Sadile EOE/DFWP

SLEEP TECH- FT PT eve-
nings for Jax Sleep Lab.
Fax resume Jan Smith
407-654-3977


723 Dental
DENTAL ASSISTANT-
with exp. Must be TEAM
player with gentle &
thorough cllncal skills.
organized & depend-
able. Call 731-2162

DENTAL ASSISTANT- Min
3 years chairside exp
req. FT fax resume to:
721-6151 / call.724-6321
DENTAL RECEPT-
$26K-$30K looking for
organized person with
great comm skills to
manage patient &
business activities in a
N'side practice Min 2
yrs exp reqd. Exc ben-
efit pkg 34 hour wk Fax
resume to: 221-5194


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

725 Clerical

ADMIN ASSISTANT
Part-time, $10/hour.
OP area. Darren 370.4999
ADMIN ASST- Midtown
Centre Office Park.
organized with gd
phone voice. Up to
$12/hr Fax 396-6366
Growing company look-
ing for office manager.
Strong accounting and
customer service
background needed.
Competitive salary and
benefits package.
Please fax resume and
salary requirements to
(904)733 0692.
OFFICE ASST Strong
computer skills. orga-
nized & dependable.
Auto dealership exp
pref. Arlington area.
email resume to:
arlauto@bellsouth.net
or fax 724-8762
RECEPT/BILLING CLERK-
Quickbooks exp for a
busy court reporting
firm.Fax 904-355-5900

SProfessional/
730 Personal
Services

BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'ies. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
Clientel provided.
SUPERCUTS S'side, new
St. Johns Town Ctr:
Angle 723-3713, Tammy
620-0472; Jax Beach.,
Susie 273-2888; W'side,
Brandi 78&63547

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

ASSISTANT MGR/MGR
TRAINEES w/Rest. exp.
Fax resume 386-325-9957
Bartender &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033

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 exp nec.
Will tramin-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
Experienced
Bartenders and Waitstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 6455500

Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Call 399.1110

737 Real Estate
Bent Creek Home 4/2
2420 sf$ 223,900 904
4.317-0662 or www. by
Ovwner-com 62149
S 4 Br 2 B Screeneat-
| Carpeted porch
lot$ 108,00 2 car garage,
-out door storage B1dg,
1305 sq ft Ready to move in
139 Royal Circle /Kingsland

745 Sales

Advertising Sales Mgr.
Small Team Big Results!
Big $$$ Big Bonus $$$
Fax resume 904.296.1388

HEAVY
DUTY
Ready for a change?
Unique opportunity
for the right person
with a track record in
HD & Fleet sales. Jax
based, fax resume to:
448-6690, or email:
stuartw @thepartshouse.
comn


$s8.50/ hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
)rd completed
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
up a opens for Security Officer
and Security Supervisors
)u r 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
ace H/S Diploma /GED and
lac valid driver's license are
required. Must be able to
S~pass drug screening and
backgrounds checks.
S Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
S and willing to work
various hours a must.


Please Apply:
F S8am- 3pm
(904)261-5551
M/F/D/V/EOE
B9M0T174

TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL 1- 88& 39 8903
www.specialresponse.com

755 Miscellaneous
AQUARIUM
MANUFACTURER Needs
Fabricator Trainee, full
time Call 730-9270


745 Sales



AUTO
SALES
CARS & TRUCKS
We Offer
*Salary and Comis
Full Employee
Benefits Package
Including:
401K,
Health Insurance,
Paid Vacation and
Holidays
No Sundays

Call Ira Copher for
appointment:
398-3036



2600 PHILIPS HWY
EOE

ROUTE SALES
for Wholesale Florist. 25
years or older, good
driving record. Excel-
lent pay, benefits. Call
765 1609 am-2pm
SALES- Experienced
fragrance/cosmetic
product. Work Sat only.
Mayport area. Fax
resume 904-471-7655

For Mnusr"efer.
Owner Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
Call Keith 783-8385

750o Technical/
Engineering

CADD TECH- exp in
survey drafting of lot &
block/as- built. Full
benefits, pay based on
exp. Start immediately
Call 448-5125
COME WIN WITH HARRIS
Are you looking for a
career that will allow
you to shape the future
and communities
around you? If you are,
we are Interested in
talking with you. Harris
is a firm that special-
izes in program man-
agement, project/con-
struction management
civil design andi
municipal services.
Harris specializes in the
following areas:
*k-12
* Higher Education
* Essntal Facilities
* Wastewater Treat-
ment Plants Highways
Bridges.
Opportunities
available:
*Sr. Project Managers
* Project Managers
* Construction Managers
* Resident Engineers
*Water Resources
Specialists
Design Engineers
* Project Engineer
* Jr. Level Engineer
*Office Engineers
*Inspectors
Check out our website
for our open positions

SHarris & Associates

www.harris-assoc.com
Please submit your
r e s u m e t o
hr@harris-assoc.com



ENVIRONMENTAL
PROFESSIONAL Entry/
mid. levnl-Pnsition.
RCRA, CWA, EMS & OD
exp. desire d. Ex--
growth pay & benefits.
Emain resume to
hr@nistenvironmental.com
SURVEY Immediate-
openings for exp
field staff, call 725-8557

752 Warehouse
FORKLIFT DRIVERS
certified & exp'd, F/T
for Southside Co. Apply
at 4030 Phillips Hwy.
WAREHOUSE & DELIV-
ERY DRIVER POSITIONS,
ORDER SELECTORS &
FORKLIFT OPERATORS-
delivery position
REQUIRES CDL A, Apply
436 Cassat Ave

753 Security
ASST TO GATE SUPERVISOR
Gated Community. FT,
Military or Security exp
pref., supervisory exp
req'd. Eve & Weekends
as needed. Salary neg.
Orange Pk. Call or fax
resume to 904-272-0008
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Security Officers FT&PT,
SUPERVISORS, FLEX
OFFICERS Up to $10hr.
paid weekly. Benefits.
WFP. Lic. AB2000006
CALL 904 -737-2837
Immediate openings
Security Supervisor Flex
Officers, Armed&
Unarmed Security
Officers
Candidates must have a
Class D or G security
license. High school
diploma / GED and be
able to pass back-
ground screening.
Excellent pay up to
$12 hr and benefits
(including medical
insurance eligible
after 30 days)
First Coast Security
Services 6817 South
Point Pkwy #1001
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-281-0070 ext.206
Drug free work place
Lic# B9700146 EOE
SECURITY MANAGER-
Must have class D & MB
license. Salary + Car
allowance. Must have
previous mgmt exp. Fax
resume 7 am-3pm
904-269-8336

SECURITY
PROFESSIONALS
Immediate Interviews


1-800-258-4637.



i^-kime


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


EXPERIENCE CAREER GROWTH

MANAGEMENT TRAINING






Is.

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 Reco

Call Richard Goss at 642.6060 to set L
confidential interview to explore yc
opportunities.


KEY BUICK CO.
4660 Southside Blvd
Enual Onnortunitv Emplover in a Drua free Workll


YKE KE


6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
original form.
Select the number of weeks ad is to run: l1.wk U 2 wks l 3 wks U 4 wks

To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
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week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.


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755 Miscellaneous

Attention Now hiring
Lifeguards and Swim
Instructors- Epping
Forest Yacht Club.
Apply 6800 San Jose
Blvd. M-F 9-3. DFW
E.O.E.
CARPET INSTALLER-'
dependable, license'
/insurance, FT top pay..
Apply 5911 Beach Blvd
CLEANERS Residential,,
up to $9.50/hr. Car,
required. F/T M. F. Days
only 730 -7201
CLEANERS Residential..
up to $9.50/hr. Car'
required. F/T M-F. Days
only 730 -7201
FLORIST WHOLESALER
Needs gen'l help/driver.'
Good driving record.
good bnfts 765'1609
twn 10am- 2pmr
GENERAL HELPER
$7.50/hour. Rent-All,
8819 Arlington Expwy.
Green House Installers..
will train, mostly out of
town, weekends & OT,
req'd. Backgrd check,
substance free. $9-$11
hr to start, 904.545.2567v


To perform general
housekeeping and light
anitoral duties at South- -
side and Northside facili-
ties. Exp. In healthcare
setting pref. FT w/ben-
efits. Rotates weekends.
Apply in person
(9am- .n. H F only)
r mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
uite 700 (ah Floor),
JacksonileFL 3221L
For more Info call 743.1883.
For directions ext 202.
Fax resume to 743- 5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace,'

HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED
for W'side Apt Comm.
Call 777-5581. EOE
HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED
at North Florida nursing .
homes. Call House-'.
keeping Mgr 757-0600
IRRIGATION TECH Min 2
yrs exp, with good DL.,
Great pay, Call today!
(904)219- 81i66 219.3014 '
JANITORIAL- FT& PT
Experienced striping,
wax, good pay & ben-
efits Call 854-6509
MAINT. TECH NEEDED for'
Westside Apt Comm.
Call 777-5581. EOE
POOL SERVICE TECH
Bright, Energetic, Resp
hard working. Great
Hrs. Quick advance-
ment. Valid DL & clean'
record req. Exp pref but,
not nee. Call 449-2055
PRODUCTION ASSEMBLY
WORKERS 2 entry level.
benefits, 642-3009
Background check.
PROJECT COORDINATOR/
PURCHASING for Ig
commercial landscape
co. Fax resume
260-0833,
call 260-0811
SECURITY MONITORS
for Keeton Corrections,
Inc. in Jacksonville.:
Req's HS Diploma/GED.
Exp pref but not req.
Must work flex hrs. We
offer competitive,
wages & benefits inci
hith & life ins, vac, hol,
401K. $7.97/hr. EOE
Pick up application at'
2020 Dahlia Rd. or fax/
e-mail 904-783-7621 or
kcijax@keetoncorrections.net
SERVICE PERSON
To set up and maintain,
safety equip on constr.
-ites. Detailed paper-,
drivir. g .a good
proviCed.
An EEO Employer.
1241 Haines Street
Call 904-350-6888.


Full time, enthusias- ,
tic, high energy,
dependable ability to ,
lift up to 75ibs, & fol-
low oral & written
instructions. Neat,
clean appearance &
valid Driver's License
required.
Apply @ Human
Resources
MOOSEHAVEN '
1701 Park Ave, Orange Pk
or Fax resume to 2781285
EOE/DFW


760 Part-Time

Pet Lovers Wanted '
SSSI, LLC is looking for
out going dependable"'
pet lovers to demon-,
strate the "Best pet
food in the World"
Nutro Products Inc.
Work P/T weekends at
local pet retailers.
Starting wage $10/hr
w/review after 90 days.
Training provided. Fax,,
resumes 1.877.696.0999 :,
Start Your own business for '
only $10. Sell to family and ,
friends unlimited earn-
ings. 50% commission on
1st sale Great products/no'
inventory required Join the-
AVON team. Call,
1-800-806- 1558 (ISR) ,

815 Business
Services '

RESUMES
Same day service.
pickup/delivery, $60,
career counselling avail r
904-220-1481
83o0 Child
Care

In Home Day Care'
Flexible hours and
reasonable rates.'
Snacks & meals
included. 708-3011

840 Concrete/. ,
Asphalt ,

Add Beautiful Curb Appeal.
& Value to your home.,
With Landscape Border-
Curbing. Free estimates
904- 449-5168 904- 502-1134,

870 Landseaping

Add Beautiful Curb Appeai'
& Value to your home-'-
With Landscape Border1
Curbing. Free estimates -
904-449-5168 904-502-1134

894 Massage -

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



The best,







For Classified -

Advertising, call

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Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appiances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
92D Business/Office
922Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
92Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
9Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
99 Sporting goods
990WantedtoBuy
or Trade


902 Appliances
DRYER/WASHER
BIG capacity, Exc Cond.
$200. all 8.6369
4, Microwave four years
old $35.00 other items
Best offer PH 535- 8690
SREFRIG-FREEZER
side-by-side
S Whirlpool, paid
$979. Must sell
$600 excellent condi-
tion. Call 904-992-1708
water and ice in door-.


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4 Propane gas grill with
tank New Burner $ 75.
l ,,_ph 223-8553
RAINBOW VACUUM
With all attach-
_LARments, $500 or best
offer 912- 322.6955
SEWING MACHINE
SBaby lok server
| |> w/differential
practically new.
Sell $150.
Ph 904-282- 3840
TASCO BINOCU-
SLARS lOXSOmm.
It Zip Focus Wide
Angle with case.
Exc. cond. $30.
904-221-9241
a, Task chair armless
/ vertical adjustment
V I l/dark blue fabric Like
new $10.00 268- 2482
& TONY BOSELULI
V CARDBOARD
STANDUP- InFE SZ,
IN COLOR NUMBER
71 CAN BE IN YOUR
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268-2482
Tread Mill, Sofa, Love
seat & tables, desk.
armoire, wicker chair
w/ottoman 992.6748
TV'S. Computes, Etc!
Police Seized! From $10!
Info 800-O 749- 8128 xM438
4 Twin Size Comforter
T set
l Includes sheets,
valance, and rug.
Hello Kitty design. Barely
used! 542- 4602 $40

Two military Ski lift
Tickets to Brecken-
tl ridge or keystone
Colorado unable to
use because of sickness.
Call Rick 542-2541 x142
4 Wedding Dress
rl/ Beautiful Ivory
Sw/rose. Pink detail,
like new size 10.
Call leave msg
272-4208. $350obo.
t WIRELESS DANCE
i PAD AND DANCE
GAME for PS2
$50obo. 573-0254.
Excellent Condition.
4, Yardman 20" mulching
lawn mower 6 hp
S| r Tecumseh engine XL
walk behind excellent
condition $ 90.00
YARD SALE.
Dinning Table,
S Daybed, Curio, &
more! Located at
Crooked River Plant.
Driver Phase II. March
12, 2005. 912-882-2881

01 s Building
JA3 Supplies
SLumber 2x12 16"
long. Pressure
reacted top grade.
$32new will take
$25. Have 29
866-5170/542-3170
xl2b

920 Business/
E Office

COPY MACHINE,
Manulta CS Pro 3050. Has
Svc War. $700obo.
904-388-7730
Furniture Refinishing
Fire/Water Damage Repairs
"We make worn
furniture look like new"
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
S& Jewelry

CGAi MESU
t;rcharacter Glasses.
Batman series,
Flinstones, Welches
Tom and Jerry, Dino-
saurs 4 glasses per set
Call Darlene 772-7633
SCoullectible
Treasure's Milk,
roglass, paneled
grape vases.
Hobnail, Bud Vases
E.O. Brody, Mickey and
Minnie Mugs, Cal Dar-
lene 772-7633
SDiamond Tennis
Bradet 2ct.
Helzburg Signa-
k ture Series white
gold. Paid $2800.
will sell for $1500.
Call 912.322.6955

925 Computers
S COMPUTER
GAMES
Workstation
p cJP76ON 768MB
RAM 19inch Monitor
AT18500DV Graphics
card Logitech z-640
sou nd systems $475
Call 779-7327
SComputer Moni-
to r Comnpaq,
keyboard, speak-
ers, 500MHz AM
processor, 64MOB RAM
10GB hard drive, 56K.
modem, ex con. $100.
904-823-1741
OFFICES TASK
CHAIRS W/ARM-
iREST (2). lblk, IBrn
e $25ea. Call T.
904-278-5224/655-1679

928 Electronics

w BOSE SPEAKER- for
sale. You must see
l 9-to belive call
778-2464
a CAR SPEAKERS -
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speakers/ car
Stamp/ Jacobs
Accuvolt new or like
new, best sound you've
ever heard 200-9964
S urge supressor/Line
SConditioner randmax
Jmax-1000 8 ac outlets
1 coax in/out $50 call
Jason 777-5814
Surround receiver
demon avr-2500 Dolby
|prologic 85w/ch front
k 25 inch surround
excellent condition call
Jason 777-5814 $500.
4, TV 48" w/remote,
i workingZenith
l7model. Asking
-$325.00 Sold AS IS.
Call 904-278-7966
&. Yard Sale 2650 Cardi-
.1 gan Ct Orange Park
-- 7am-12pm Tools VW
Parts furniture clothing
misc.
940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

FIREWOOD,
$45 for a 1/2 loaded,
$80 for trailer load.
Will deliver stacked,


945 Garage
Sales

ARL SALE SAT. 9-2. new
crafts, craft supplies,
knickknacks & Hsehold.
1119 St Johns Bluff Rd N
4, Huge Kid consign-
S ment sale Fri 3/18,
_ sam-4pm Sat 3/19
88am-2pm
12133 Honey Creek Place off
Orange Picker/San Jose
Madarin 904338-5403
JCP Moving Sale Sat. 8-7
Sawmill Pt 1004 Senecio
PI. yrd tools, books,
fum, computers & parts
MAND: MOVING SALE.
9YRS OFFICE SUPPLY.
3440 N. Ride Dr.
Mandarin Moving Sale
Sat. 7. Din Rm& Bed Rm
sets, misc household,
'03 Dodge Neon. 10330
Sylvan Ln. off Scottmill.
N'side 3/25 & 3/26,8- L
Multi Families 5+
Everything Goes! 805


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Ponte Vedra Move Salel
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S'side Move Sale Fri &
Sat 8-2' Kensington Sub
1622 Ashmore Green Dr.
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A DINING ROOM $750.000BO226-2090 POOL TABLE -W
T Oak table, bench, /. Brunswick green
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Call 406-4199 "-' and rug Hello YAMAHAXLT 200e
Kitty Design Barely "04, Jet Ski excel-
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15 Rocker with stool $25. accessories. Call
261-5205 QCl Machinery 803-3515
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before move only
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M s221-8749 GUITAR Ibanez w/
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S nin room set 6 chairs 355-9223
hobina Hutch $2.000 gAnm
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regular kin studio $2k, 6 1" grand S60 Financial Services
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heater, box support,
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must go. Pool table, dr, Mon-Fri 2-6 PM many accessories. $350.
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pink/on black $ 75 call OBI Dodge 04 remov- $1000. 478- 98&4329
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l | )Antique oak side- BOXERS -AKC 1 F 10
board with glass POOL TABLE lyr. old mths, 1 m 15 mths ,
top $400 OBO. Call $1800; HOTTUB $4500. fawn & white, great
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A weekly look at the automotive market


Dan ScanIan/special
The 2005 Ford Mustang GT borrowed a lot of styling cues from thisl969 Mustang Mach I, owned by Jacksonville Mustang Club President Terry Gossell.



Ford captures Mustang's rich heritage in '05 model


By Dan Scanlan
Special
t received the most reaction of
any non-exotic car I have ever
tested.
A co-worker said the car "really's
got that look, like a '66 289. It's
beautiful, man."
At my first stop light, a man
jumped out of a truck behind me
and said he loved the gauge pack-
age's similarity with the 1960s ver-
sion. On Beach Boulevard, a man in
a sports utility called it "very nice."
At Englewood Elementary School to
cover a story, the office staff was
waiting when I pulled up, one say-
ing she might "come and get this."
Before my weekly Fast Car Friday
segment at First Coast News, crew
and anchors came out to gawk.
"IT" was a metallic lime green
2005 Ford Mustang GT, with 300-
horsepower and a base price of
$25,705.
Paul Russell, marketing manager
for the new Ford Mustang, told us
the coupe is a winner.,
"The buzz is phenomenal. It is
through the roof. Talk about a head-
turner," he said. "We knew the bold,
Mustang-unique design would res-
onate with the core customer, the
baby boomer who grew up with
Mustang. But what we are seeing is
the interest level with the new gen-
eration of enthusiast, an under-30
buyer."
The first Mustang was built on a
Ford Falcon platform for 1964,
defining the class of cars known as
pony cars that followed. It grew in
size and horsepower as the 1960s
moved on, then grew into a bigger
wedge-shaped iteration before the
now-dreaded Mustang II was built
off the Pinto platform in 1973 -
yuck! The last-generation Mustang
was planted on a Ford Fairmont
platform in 1979, receiving multiple
suspension and horsepower modifi-
cations as well as three distinct
body redesigns through 2004.
But for 2005, Ford decided that
the world's remaining pony car
needed some grooming, and design-
ers came up with a signature long
hood/short rear deck look that
screams Mustang. The wheels were
pushed to the corners of the body for
a six-inch wheelbase gain over the
2004 model. The shark-like nose
hearkens back to the 1969 model,
with main lights under the fender
line's eyebrows, and inside driving
lights in the honeycomb grill, just
like a Mach 1. The lower air intake
makes the car's face more aggres-
sive, while amber turn signals begin
a character line that becomes front
fender flares before running aft to
swoop upward and become a hint of
side scoops seen on past Mustangs.
The fastback roof is all Mustang,
the small windows in the after pil-


Dan Scanlanl s .i..
The Mustang's black-over-tan interior offers
echoes of classic 1960s Fords. Hints of the
dual-cowl design of 1960s Mustangs are
there, done in an unpadded leather grain
plastic. The dash's aluminum-accented fas-
cia is done in a classic Ford .pattern, while_
chrome-ringed air vents are in line with
gauges trimmed the same way.

2005 FORD MUSTANG GT


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Base price
Engine type


Displacement
Horsepower (net)
Torque (Ib-ft)
Transmission
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Height
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Towing capacity
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Fuel capacity
Mileage rating
Last word


4-seat, 2-door sports coupe .
$25,705 (As driven $27,200)
SOHC, 3-valve-per-cylinder
aluminum block V-8
4.6-liter
300 hp at 5,750 rpm
320 at 4,500 rpm
5-speed manual
107.1 in.


188 in.
73.9 in.
55.4 in.
38.6 in.
42.7 in.
34.7 in.
30.3 in.
13.1 cubic feet
up to 1,000 Ibs.
3,483 pounds
16 gallons
17 mpg city/ 25 mpg highway
The pony car has been reborn!


lars echoing the glassed-in vents on'
1960s Shelby Mustangs. In back, a
1969-ish flattened tail with three-
element tail lamps and a galloping
horse on what looks like a gas cap,
but is the key for the trunk. Cragar-
like mag wheels wear P235/55ZR17-
inch Pirelli P-Zero Nero rubber. ,
Jacksonville Mustang Club
President Terry Gossell, who
brought his 1969 Mustang Mach I
to compare, liked what he saw.
"I see a rich heritage in the new
car. There are a lot of things that
have been brought from the old car
to the new car. It looks fantastic," he
said. "They went back and did a lot
of research and brought a lot of it
back."
So did Mustang enthusiast Grady
Walker, who has a silver 2005
Mustang GT.
"It is very '60s, and brings back a
lot of memories. I grew up around
mustangs all my life and my Dad
used to bring home some great-look-
ing Mustangs, and this is one of the
best ones they have done since
1970," he said. "It's very tight, very
smooth and very quiet."


Two neighbors knocked on con-
secutive nights, asking for a closer
look, while a visit to a First Coast
Car Council cruise-in generated a
double-take from a 1968 Mustang
Coupe owner, and more rubber-
neckers. A friend said her son was
"freaking out over that car," while
a woman mouthed "I love your car"
as she drove by.
"I love the aggressive, reverse
. rake grille. It is Mustang and
speaks to the power and perform-
ance of the muscle car era," Russell
said. "I love the inverted grille that
you stare' at in the rear view mir-
ror as a Mustang is bearing down
on you."
The black-over-tan interior offers
echoes of classic 1960s Fords. Hints
of the dual-cowl design of 1960s
Mustangs are there, done in an
unpadded leather grain plastic.
The dash's aluminum-accented fas-
,,cia is done in a classic Ford pat-
.tern, while chrome-ringed air vents
are in line with gauges trimmed
. the same way. The tilt-adjustable
steering wheel was big, with three
spokes and a center hub marked
by the horse and tricolor bars log.
The font style on the deeply
insetl40-mph speedometer, 8,000-
tach, plus gas, temperature, volt-
age and oil pressure gauges in
between is a skinny vertical design
so favored in 1960s Fords. And a
system called MyColor creates
more than 125 different color back-
grounds on the gauges. I liked
brighter blue or green, but the fun
soon wears off. And the steering
wheel is a bit big, and I needed to
tilt it up to clear my thighs.
The dash's center stack is the
,same generic design as the Ford
Five Hundred's sedan, with buttons
for the trip computer and traction
control up high with a 12-volt outlet
over a great Shaker 500 AM-FM-six
disc CD stereo. A simple three-dial
a/c system underneath completes
the design, while the center console
was dominated by an alloy and
leather gear shift, cup holders and a
low center armrest with storage
underneath.
The driving position was easy to
get used to, the bucket seats com-
fortable and fairly supportive, the
driver's getting six-way power seat
bottom/manual seat back adjust-
ments, and power lumbar. Rear visi-
bility was fine, even with the spoil-
er, and we appreciated the rear side
windows for lane changes.
A nice touch one-touch up/down
power windows. Not so nice: skinny,
almost useless door map pockets.
Back seat room, despite a supposed
3-inch increase in rear leg room,
was marginal for adults. The trunk
opening is narrow, but the cargo
area is big, augmented with split
folding rear seats. I packed a 6-foot-
ladder inside.


Fire our 2,500-mile-old GT test
car's 4.6-liter aluminum V-8 with
three-valves per cylinder and 300-
horsepower, and the rumble is entic-
ing. A base 210-hp V-6 is also
offered.
You can paint black stripes on
launch and get rubber in second
gear, since the traction control only
intervenes if things get squirrelly or
the road gets slippery with rain.
Used judiciously, our 'Stang got to
60 mph in a very nice 5.2 seconds,
with clean shifts from the standard
five-speed Tremec 3650 manual on
our test car(a five-speed automatic
is an option.) We got a measly 15
mpg.
The cost-cutting solid (vs. inde-
pendent) rear axle gets new three-
link architecture with a tubular
Panhard rod that keeps it in check
far better than the old days. The
result is a sure-footed car that likes
to be tossed around and hangs in
nicely, the rear tires staying planted
under power, playfully coming out if
you want them to. The traction con-
trol intervenes only when the rear
end slides too much. Hit a bump in
mid-turn, and the rear end may
sidestep a smidgen. Push hard, and
understeer comes in, with minimal
body lean.
The ride is firm but supple, a bit of
jitter on some roadsurfaces, but
with well-damped rebound. The
four-wheel disc brakes (12.4-inch
front/ 11.8-inch rear) clamped down
for solid short stops with some nose
dive, and no real fade after heavy
use.
The base price of our GT Premium
Coupe was $25,705, which includes
remote keyless entry. cruise control,
power windows, mirrors and door
locks, ABS; traction control, rear
spoiler, 17-inch alloy wheels and
performance tires; tilt wheel;
Shaker 500 AM-FM-six-disc CD
player and leather sport bucket
seats. Options included front side
air bags for $370, aluminum dash
trim and custom instrument panel
for $450, and wheel locks for $50.
Manufacturer's suggested retail
price $27,200.
Bottom line the new Mustang
GT looks great, drives great, and all
for a price way under even the best
of the last 325-hp Firebird Trans
Am. In fact, it handles better and
moves out faster than the 2002
Trans Am I tested, and an owner of
one agrees after a ride. It's only a
bit over a half-second slower than
the new Vette, with room for two
adults and a kid. Ford's new pony is
a winner.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on
Northeast Florida's roads, averaging about 200
miles of combined highway and city traffic dur-
ing a weeklong test. The test vehicles are provid-
ed by the manufacturer according to their sched-
ule, and represent a broad spectrum of sizes and
prices. The prices listed are manufacturer's sug-
gested retail prices.
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CHIHUAHUA PUPS
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Transportation

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121 Boat Dockage &
Rentals -
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1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
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1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
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1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
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Wanted

1205 Boats
16.9' SUNBIRD '97
1' 90hp Evinrude Tilt,
STrim Top VHS, Radio,
Center console, Alum
Trir$6000. 904-261-2211
Robert
1619 FishAP N Ski 140 Mer.,
boat motor & trIr $600,
needs some work.
904-507-1685
18' CUDDY CAB inboard/
out board, new trailer,
looks & runs good,
$4500. Call 940.0345
1997 Sunbird 17ft 90
HP Evinride 80 gallon
V fuel tank top uhf Radio
price $6,000 (904)
261-7211 Robert
a 19' CHAPPARAL
/ '91 OB, w/all the
tlitoys, Must sell
$2000 obo. Contact
Omar Great Fun!
915-329-9578


22FT. Trophy Bayliner
'02; w/cab, Inboard/
outboard, used 4 times,
loaded. Assume pay-
ments Call 765-7350
24' Regal Bowrider, '03
5 liter Volvo with
composite outdrive, all
options, 70 hrs, dry
storage, $39,000, call
904-543-7844
24' GODFREY PONTOON
'86 w/trlr. 115 Evinrude
$5000. 904-220.2626
25FT CARVER Cruiser
twin 6cyl runs great,
needs clean up, $17,500
obo. 5687237; 641-6081
35' CHRIS CRAFT '77,
double cabin, $30k
904-753-1257
Alum. Boat and Trailer
50hp Mercury with Tilt
and Trim $20000bo.
912-729-4678 James
Buy the Trailer and
get free boat
| motors $700obo.
Boat and Motor
need repairs. Daniel
729-4001
STINGRAY- '00
20CS 190hp
Mercruiser, Bimini
cockpit covers 20'
cuddy trim tabs depth
finder sink, potti, stove
CD player $13,500
278-9780
WANTED Boats,
qpotors, trailers-
,any condition.
"TheiUsed Parts People"
Wee" Marine 387-1440
& YAMAHA Y2250 '01
,' Doug Harvey
\j,1 Suspension Excel.
bRims Rentahl bars,
boots, helmet incl.
Extremely Fast. $2600
PCS 912-882-0992

1210 Sailboats
'22 CATALINA '82 8hp
Merc. eng, 2yrs old,
used in fresh wtr only.
Sips 4. Good Trailer.
$4000obo. 904-268-3827
19 ft. West Wight Potter
Sailboat '01 with
trailer. 5 hp four stroke
outboard. Good cond.
$10,000. 904.460.1190
Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies
0, 98' Kawasaki Jet
T ski rebuilt motor
SI looks / runs great
must see $2,500
OBO call 268-6210 or
537-0034
OUTBOARD NIS-
/ SAN 9.9, Xtra long
|\/shaft, electric
start, as new tank
& hose, motor.Never
run 912.673.7694
Jis 2 RV's &
1230 Supplies

26' DUTCHMEN LITE '03
w/Super Slideout,
Queen walk around bed,
exc. condition. $13 900.
904-646-4636
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
SCAMPER 83x167'
1AC/NEAT, Shower/
.I/Loaded $2000. Firm.
2 Jet Skis, Dble
Trailer. All Assec. Runs
great, will sell. Seper-
ate $4000 FOR BOTH.
JI M lyve m s g.
904-529-8263




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'91 BUICK REATTA 2dr
coupe, lown,gar, 60kmi.
$18,500. 904_992-1622
FORD Mustang '67, 76K
mi, 289 Auto, $5800 OBO
Call 317-0606
FORD MUSTANG GT
'92. green /sil-
yV Iyver, gray Ithr,
Srebui t rear end,
runs/ drives beautiful
car, 3:73, gears, $3500
obo 200-9964

1325 Automotive
1991 Ford Taurus $800
OB0 great condition
lb needs some work
729-4547 must sell
1992 F150 EXT Cab
stepslde 170,000 miles
AC, C/C, 4.9L 5 speed
bedliner, white ext
blue inter,$ 3500 OBO
call 777-6493
4 1996 Chevy Lumina
SSe-dan in good
SI condition loaded
-L-$1,800 call Rick after
5p.m. at 744-7250
S1996 Nissan Maxima
AT loaded leather
sunroof new tires and
belts 104K highway
miles $4,800 OBO
912-573-8835
4 1996' VW Cabrio $5K
OBO Clean lather
I1interior convertible
Call Angie 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
2002 Ford F150 SVT
Slighting super charged
)1h20K. miles still under
warranty Garage Kept
Very Clean 904 879-1661
$21,750
2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
90 Nissan Maxima
Good running condition
5l $ 600. (904)742-7066 or
220- 5729


1230 RV's &
1 Supplies

COACHMAN 24'-
'84, Class C, foot,
.,;I motorhome, fully
contained, gen-
erator. 350, engine,
41,500 miles. $5,000.
992-6877 or 294-3564
4, COACHMAN
SCAMPER '74
s Ileeps 4, full
kitchen bath, can
sleep 8, 22'. $1,800 nice
cond, 724-4410 or 855-8021
MARQUIS II King of the
Road "99 35', Fifth whl
3 slides. w/d. dbl
fridge/freezer, ice
maker, many extras,
Exc 2nd home!
865-696-0789
STOW BAR ROADMAS-
STER STOWMASTER
< WITH BASE PLATE FOR
JEEP CHEROKEE
WORTH $1.100. SELL BOTH
$300OBO. 282-6466
YELLOWSTONE Camper
25' needs some work,
Tandem axle, good
roof, cold a/c. self
contained. $1600
904- 507-1685

1300 Motorcycles
02 Harley Dyna
T Super Glide 3900
B Miles Garaged
t Extra chrome
Accessories many
performance parts EX
$14,900 OBO
904 284-5258
C, 1997 Honda Helix
Sscooter/cycle250cc
,It new tires new battery
low miles less than
7.000 must sale $1950. OBO
542-3500
t 2003 Honda Magna 750
Scc V4 Cruiser excel-
aI /lent condition 8,000 mi
S$5,000 firm priced
below Blue book Orig
owner extras
call 904 673-4605
S 02 Harley Dyna
SSuper Glide 3900
b. | miles Garaged
Extra Chrome
Accessories Many
performance parts EC
$14,900 OBO
904-284-5258
BMW 850 -'96, silver.
low mi, runs looks
great. $5490 obo. Ask
for Don 829-3000
CHOPPER COLLECTION
4 bikes, $6900-$11,500.
like new. Call 223-1585
SHARLEY DYNA'98,
wide glide, wndshell.
L saddle bags, garage
low miles excellent
condition, asking $12,800.
Joe 904-879-1631
HARLEY Softail
FXST, bik. 5,600
I 0 mi's, warr, $100
extras, saddle
bags, fuel injection
$16,500 o b o,
912-576-5207
HONDA CR85R '03. Runs
& looks great, must sell
$2295. Call 389-7700
4 SUZUKI '02
4 Wheeler 50 CC,
S $500. 904-771-1388
SSUZUKI BRZ 125L-
S03, four stroke,
great starter bike.
uns and looks
good. $1300 obo.
12-576-7434
SUZUKI DRZ400E '02,
Brought new In Sept '04.
Looks brand new, must
sell quick $3950. 389.7700

1310 Auto Parrts
4 Chevy Truck
S1500 OEM Rims.
S fits 1998 to 2002
Models 16" 6 Lug
$200 obo. 912.576.7434
CHEVY Cavalier Z24 '90
needs head gasket,
$400. Call 317-0606
CHROME 22"
WHEELS- with
tires, & wheels
Excellent cond
$1600 obo
(904)803-6828
SFiberglass truck top-
/ ger year old nave
| blue fits Chevy Sil-
verado short box
$1,000OBO635-5557

1320 Antiques/
1320 Classics


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1550 CASSAT AVE


1325 Automotive
92' Nissan Maxima
GXE 4 dr AC AT PW
138,000 miles all
maintance history and
Carfax Report $2,500
276-0426
0 95' Honda Odys-
T sey EX Loaded
I good condition
-$ 4,500 OBO
call (912) 882- 5845
ACURA TL '04
St#8162A. $30,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

IALL Militaryl
and Civilian
*$0 DOWN* I
I EVERYBODY I
I RIDES!
CALL CHRIS '
662-0726

AUDI A4- '96, A
T luxury vehicle but
tl|very fast & very
clean, all custom.
Must see, $8900 obo
406-546-5196 Ryan
BMW 325CIC- 2002, Auto,
prem pkg, conv,
32 988.. 3714728
BMW 3251 2002. Auto
Prem. Pkg, xenon lights.
$25,688 371-4728
BMW 3251- 2002, leather,
PW, PL, Cruise, CD.
$25,988 371-4728
BMW 530ia- 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988.
371-4728
BMW X5 3.0 2002. Prem.
Pkg, low miles, rear
climate Pkg, $32,988
371-4728
BMW Z3 00 White/tan
Ithr, low mi $16,988 or
$248mo wac. 771-9100
BMW Z-3 2.5 2001, Convt,
auto, CD, 6 cyl. $21,988
371-4728
BUICK CENTURY '03, 24k
miles $10,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK PARK AVE '04, low
miles, blue ice $22,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK PARK AVE '02, SE
pkg, 33k miles $17,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK RAINIER '04, AWD,
V8. 15K $26,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
BUICK REGAL '99,
leather, loaded, low
miles $7995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
CADILLAC Deville '97,
10OK like new, pearl
wht, $9500obo. 781-4361
CADILLAC DEVILLE DTS '00
St#2683E. $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
m Yr-. 1 ,-1 rT1u ] j t -IIq m ,i
24Kmi, white diamond
pnt, well eqpt, grt cond,
$24,200. 904-273-3044
CADILLAC ELDORADO
ETC '95. Loaded, 81K mi.
$1000 dn. 674-4444
CHEVY CAVALIER LS '04
St#F260. $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER 04.4dr.
low miles. $99mo wac.
Won't last! 771-9100
CHEVY Z28 '96
St#BUCE626B. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877


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1325 Automotive
CHRYSLER 300M '99 -
New mtr, Ithr inter. CD
sunrf. tint, Champagne
$4000obo. 904-803-7468
CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE' 04
St#F217. $25,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 03
immac, loaded, priced to
sell fast $12,995. 389-7700
DODGE INTREPID '94. grt
shape, loaded, priced to
sell fast $2495. 389-7700
FORD ESCORT ZX2 '00
St#BUCE898A. $5,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA COROLLA Olvery
nice. Wont last $7995 or
$110mo wac. 771-9100
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
St#E830. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
FORD MUSTANG '00
St#BUC2194B. $8,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG GT 98
Call now, Won't last
long $4995. 771-9100
Ford Ranger XLT Extra
cab new tires brakes
Shocks plug wires
S recent tune u- p $ 3,900
Call evenings (912)576-2789
FORD TAURIS '05. Full
fact warr, loaded, priced
to sell $13,995. 389 7700
Grand Am '01, 2 ,
I V6, Power every-
thing, new Good-
year Tires, fint,
sunroof, 10 disc. MP3,
Great cond. $5200
904-505-3993
HONDA CIVIC '87. Only
$3951 Must Sell. Listings
800-749 8116 x7212
4, HONDA CIVIC-'96,
SLX sedan, 4cyl, CC,
\ 5sp, 74ki mi, 1
owner, no accid-
nets, Non-smoker,
$5,500. 992-6877,
294-3564
K Honda Civic LX '96
L Sedan 4 cyl, cruise,
one owner, no
accidents, non- smkr,
$5,500. Call 904.992.6877
904.294.3564
HONDA CIVIC SI '02
St#F104. $15,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4. HYUNDAI Elantra
/ "01, 20k, Seafoam
I green, auto, a/c,
tint, grt shape,
Asking $8000
729-1677
HYUNDAI SONATA LX
'03, sunroof, V6,
leather, $15,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
HYUNDAI TIBURON '03
St#F101. $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
'04, 6spd, 13k miles
$16,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
INFINIT1I139 '02
St#F158. $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA OPTIMA LX '04. 12K
mi, leather, moonrf,
loaded $12,975. 699-9669
LEXUS ES250 '90 Only
$9001 For Listings
800-749-8116 x8995
LEXUS ES 300 '01
St#E737. $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS ES300'99. Pearl,
Ithr, loaded, 59K. Per-
fect. $1000dn. 699-9669


1325 Automotive
LEXUS GS300 02. Low mi.
Wont last! $18,988 or
$298mo wac. 771-9100
LEXUS LS 400 '96,
black/tan 1 owner.
$11,995 904228- 9075
Like new used once
muffler pipes for 1999
.",Vulcan 8100 classic.
$150 Call 904-779-4660
., MAZDA 626- '99
Slow mi, 5 spd. great
TM cond. cold air, new
tires'asking $5,000
call 465-4123
MAZDA 626 LX '01
St#F115. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA Millennium '01, 1
owner, loaded, ex cin
$11,995 obo. 234-6611
MAZDA PROTEGE '99
St#BUC7566A. $4,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4. MERCEDES 4505L
SRoadster '74
J |antique w/orlg. FL
tag, hardtop, cony.
Red/Tan interior. Ask-
ing $15,900 Call Tommy
542-8894, nite 278-6251
4, MERCEDES BENZ
1 SLSOO Roadster
Ib Convertible. Exc.
cond. Black, tan
inter. Fully Loaded.
247-0797 or S02-5752
MERCURY Grand Mar-
quis '01, exc cond,
loaded $12k 821-5141
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
'03. Loaded, 3rd seat,
low mi$11,975. 699-9669
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE RS'03
St#F180. $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
SPYDER '03, GT con-
vertible 22k miles, ice
$17,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
MITSUBISHI LANCER OZ 02
St#BUC1255B. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI LANCER 04.
very low mi. Call now
$115/mo wac. 771-9100
NISSAN MAXIMA '93,
PS, AT, CC. PW, PB, PS.
$2800 731-5697
4 OLDS Alero '01, 2D,
T V6. auto, power,
sunroof, CD, pre-
mium sound, perfor-
mance package, 61K great
cond. MBPI 904-294-8564
4 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
-'I '86 Body engine
& trans in good
shape needs minor
repairs. $3000obo. Must
sell 912-576-4870
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02,
V6, low miles, like new
$9995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'99 Exc. cond., 48kmi,
war. avi, $6500. 221- 6085
PONTIAC SUNFIRESE '04
St#F205A. $9,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PORSCHE 911 CAB, '83,
red, 96k ml, $12,995.
Call 904-260-0593
SATURN ION 3 '03
St#F194. $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 SATURN SC-2 AT,
92, ally wheels,
PW. PL, CC, silver
color. $1499 obo.
Daniel P. 573-9874 (w)
3p-11. 729-4001 (H)
SATURN SC2 CPE '02,24k
miles, like new $10,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
SATURN SL2 '0 1
St#BUCF191. $7,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
SATURN SL2 '01
45k miles, clean, loaded,
$5495 OBO 234-6611
SUZUKI ESTEEM '99 Wgn.
at/ac, low mi, Immac,
must sell $2495. 389-7700
SUZUKI FORENZA '04. pw
pdl. fact warr, immac,
must sell $9995.389-7700
TOYOTA AVALON XL '95
4dr Sedan, Lded, Sunrf.
Lthr, Mint cond., 57k
orig. mi. $7900. 733-6281
TOYOTA CAMRY LE 05
Low miles, won't last
$265m.d0wac. 771-9100
TOYOTA COROLLA '02,
auto. low miles, $8995
KEY BUICK 642-6060


1325 Automotive
Toyota Corolla "01
T Silver, VVTi Auto,
SCold AC, 58,000ml.
new tires great
shape $8200
904.535.2756
TOYOTA MATRIX XR 03
low miles. $214/mo
wac. Call now. 771-9100
TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER '01
St#E969. $17,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA PRIUS 02 very Io
mi, wont last.$16,988 or
$210mo wac. 771-9100
TOYOTA SOLAR '01 at,
pw/pl, fully loaded, looks
& runs great, must sell
$9995. Call 389 7700
VOLKSWAGON BEETLE
'00, 40k miles like new,
$9995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
VOLKSWAGON
S New Beetle'99 -
ExI c. cond.
AT, AC.CD $7800obo.
912-729-6479
VOLKSWAGON Passat
'99, AT, CD, PW. PS,
$83K. Call 317-0606
4, VOLVO 960 '95 -
SGrey M1:95, 700
- |Radlo/Cass.
6 CD -Changer
Dolby System, Sunroof,
Exc. Cond. Call Mrs.
Burch 610-6160. Asking
$5,500.
4, VW '64, total restore,
zero rust, zero mi's,
4 1.1641cc, 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
VW Jetta GL5 03'Silver
/ T26K Leather CD, Sun-
roof, Heated seats,
.exc cond extended
warr $ 16,500 904 535-3381

1335 $2000 or Less
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDS!
Cars from $500! Listings
800-749-8116 x2529


1335 $2000 or Less
CHEVROLET Spectrum
'86 hatchback in fair
cond clean FL title,
$200 obo 739-8276
SChevy Camaros '81
two will make one
V good project car
200. takes both
Must talk both cars
912.573.2819
CHEVY CAVALIER 00
Mechanics special, looks
great inside & out. $995.
all 389-7700
STurO'o- .-s8
SICarrol Shelby, 5
Speed, Air, new
tires, brakes, starter.
runs great, rebuilt
trans, $2400 obo.
904.783.9272
DODGE Ram 150 Pickup
'86 runs exc. very reli-
able $S950obo 757-1254
HONDA CIVIC LX '91Only
$500. For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
Jeep Grand Wagoneer
S- 1984.4x4. AT, PW, PL,
SI v-8, leather, good
tires, towing package.
90k miles, $1500 obo. (912)
729-7508.
NISSAN Quest '95 blue,
loaded, w/sunroof, rear
cold ac & radio, $3800
obo 904-507- 1685
Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
1998 Fleetwood mobile
Some 16X80 3 br/2ba
W lquiet restricted
Westside park many
extras asking $ 23,500
317-0801
2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS .
S, 8X5 utility Trailer for
sale $1100 OBO Call
579-6802 for details
CADILLAC ESCALADE '03
St#F221. $39,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY BLAZER LS '98.
4dr. at/ac, loaded, nice!
$800 down. 674-4444


AUDI SPRING CLEARANCE SALE


Year Make Model Miles Was Is
2001 Audi A-6 4.2 30K $28,995 $25,995
2001 Audi A-6 2.8Q 42K $24,995 $22,994
2001 Audi A-6 2.7Q 30K 24,995 $22,995
2001 Lexus RXJ300 46K $26,995 524,678
2001 Honda Prelude 47K $16,995 $15,897
2001 Nissan Aitima 23K $14,995 512,942
2001 V.W. Passat 52K $16,995 $14,950
2002 Honda Accord 23K $19,995 $17,987
2002 Audi A-8 47K $38,99S $29,850
2002 Toyota Corolla 29K $13,995 S11,988
2003 Audi A-4 1.8T 24K $26,995 $24,99S
2003 Honda Civic Hybrid 41K $18,995 $15,986
2003 V.W. Jetta 39K $17,995 $13,750\
2003 V.W. Passat Wgn 21K $19,995 $16,742
2003 Ford Expedition 41K $27,995 25,995
2003 Acura 3.2 1"S" 31K $26,995 $19,999
2003 Audi A-6 4.2Q 37K S34,995 $32,995
2004 Audi A-4 3.0Q 9K $32,99S $29,995
2003 Audi A-4 1.8T 16K S27,995 $23,988
2003 Audi A-4Q 29K $27,595 $24575


KEYAUD
904- 65- 00
466. 00Sothid E


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

CHEVROLET TRAIL-
BLAZER LT '03, ext,
16k, like new, loaded
$23,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
SILVERADO 98 turbo
diesel, Ithr, loaded,
nice! $13,975. 699-9669
CHEVY BLAZER '02, 2DR.
loaded, 30k miles
$13,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
CHEVY PICK UP'94
Extended cab full
S |s i z e $ 4 6 0 0
904 542-2445 x 118
CHEVY S10 Extreme King
Cab "99 wht w/tinted
windows, 2.2 Itr cold
a/c, 5 spd. manual,
alum whis, verynice
150k, well maintained
$4500
904-507-1685
CHEVY $10 PU '03
St#E705A. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877
4. CHEVY SILVERADO
"94, ext cab, long
S bed, 6.51, turbo
diesel, 275k mi,
$4000 or trade. Call
Mitch 912-882-3791.
looking for small truck.
4, CHEVY SILVERADO
S'03 ext cab, V8/
tb 5.3L, 51K, $19,000
904- 687-0561
CHEVY SILVERADO '04,
ExCab, V8 loaded,20K,
$19,975. 777-9119.
SChevy Trail Blazer
T LTZ "2 Two-tone,
b I ue leather,
47,000. mi. rear air
CD, cassette, excel.
cond. 2WD. $16,000.
891.7348
DODGE Caravan
Grand '94 Leather
4j seats, tinted win-
dows, seven pas-
senger, great trans-
portation $1500 Call
278-1674. 568-4899 or
568-4946


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5400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 354-2057


COGGIN CHEVY- AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880

GARBER CHEVY
Hwy. 17 GCS 264-4502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUSO CHRYS.-PLYM.
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Plym of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792

GARBER CHRYS-PLYM
Groon Covrn e nrinnas 9 4-941


ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
DUVAL FORD
1616 Cassat Ave. 387-6541
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310

GARBER
BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 2644502
NIMNICHT GMC
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



NIMNICHT HUMMER
1550 Cassat Ave. 338-9900


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



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
DODGE DAKOTA '97.
Club Cab, V6, auto, like
new $7995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
DODGE QUAD CAB 99 4x4
SLT, low miles. $9995 or
$210mo wac. 771-9100
DODGE RAM 1500 Ext
Cab'03 Hemi 4x4, loaded
immac cond, must sell
$24,995. Call 389-7700
4 Ford Bronco '87
S302 lifted 9 Inches.
I total 38 inches
tires duel exhaust
CD player, lots of new
parts. $6500 obo
04.542.3588
FORD EXPLORER '04, EB
pkg, 20K miles. like new
$20,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
FORD F150 03 X Cab, low
mi, won't last $15,988 or
$240mo wac. 771-9100
FORD F-150 Crew cab,
'01, Lariat, loaded, very
clean ready to sale
$13,900. Call 294-7104
FORD F250 '96 4dr long
bed, won't last, call
now $5995. 771-9100
FORD F250 XCab diesel
low mi, grt cond, priced
to sell $16,995. 389-7700
FORD RANGER '02
St#294E. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD RANGER 4x4 X Cab
00. V6, at, low miles,
great shape, priced to
sell fast $11,995.389- 7700
FORD XCAB F150 '04
St#E921A. $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
B GEO Tracker '92
Great cond.! Reli-
TU.I able, convertible,
red, 2 door Won't
last $3000 obo call
278-1674 or 568-4899
GMC SIERRA '00 white,
long bed, Ithr, PW, PL,
tow pkg, bedliner $7800
904-838-0928
GMC YUKON DENALI 02
Fully loaded, keyless
remote, entertainment
system, must sell quickly
$27,995. Call 389-7700
GMC YUKON XL '05
loaded, leather, 13k
miles $34,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
HONDA ELEMENT '03, EX,
17k, autO, $18,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060
HONDA S2000 '03
St#F247. $27,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
HONDA'S From $5001
Police Inpounds!Listings
800- 749-8116 x1848
ISUZU AMIGO '99 4x4,
low miles, $3995. Need
to call now. 771-9100
ISUZU AMIGO CONV '00
Black, 5spd, ac, 44K mi,
nice. $900dn 699-9669
4, JEEP CHEROKEE-
89, very reliable,
tl t, new paint, new,
tires, ac, must see!
$1,800 OBO call
278-1674 or 568-4899


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SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blending Blvd. 779-0071



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700


ARUNGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic-Blvd. 721-3000

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



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



PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
BRUMOS PRE-OWNED
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 641-2500

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002

DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticketcom
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001

Lem WofdJacklePeOwedCt
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

FRANK GRIFFIN SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

COGGIN USED CAR

SUPERCENTER
8500 Aftantic Blvd. 724-4999


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RICK KEFFER 10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. ATLANTIC JEEP 5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
1-800-228-7454 2330 US 1 South 354-4421 WARREN MOTORS, INC.
i l CARUSOJEEP ROLLS ROYCE-ORLANDO WARREN MOTORS, INC.
7 50 Southside Blvd.725-7300 895 N. Ronald Reaqan Blvd. 233 East State St. 356-8491
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300 Longwood/Orlando R 407-339-3443

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2330 US1 South 354-4421 Jeep of Orange Park 0 .M-_ : -SU

JACK CARUSO 1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033 NIMNICHT SAAB
REGENCY DODGE MIKE SHAD 7999 Blending Blvd, Jax TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600 CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT 904-778.7700 wwwnimnichtcom 7600 Blending Blvd. 899-0900
GARBER CHRYS- 1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792 WORLD IMPORTS
GA RICK KEFFERORLD IMPORTS
PLYM DODGE TRUCK 1-95Exit 129 FernBch. SATURN OF REGENCY www.woddimportsusa.com
- Green Cove Springs 264-2416 1-800-228-7454 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992

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


LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando R 407-339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



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


MATHENY LOTUS
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



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



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


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotive.com

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


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
283 San Marco, St Aug 354-2057
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER
BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC
3919 Phillips Hwy. 733-1616
WILSON

PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC
U.S. 1 South StAugustine904-797-4577


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SUV's
JEEP CHEROKEE
SPORT '98 Good
|.condition. $6996,
AT, Dark green.
with tan interior.
247-0797 or 502-5742
JEEP CJ-7 -'76, 354 A'r4'
barrel, dual exhaust,
elect ignition, new
rims/tires, body per.
fect, new top/drs,
sound syst, rebuilt fro nQ
the ground up, black on
black, lots of chrome,
ready to show or drive,
$15,900 obo. Ask for
Don 829-3000
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE;
LTD '01. 4X4, v8, LIKE
NEW $16,995
KEY BUICK 642-6060-
JEEP WRANGLER SPORT'S
'97 31k mi. 6 cyl. 5 st-
AC. $llk obo 710-0213v
wwwgeociles.com/patsysjep'"
1, JIMMY OMC 'Oa-
T $9,000 OBO 68 k-
l hwy ml. new ba6
tery tow pkg.C
player great interior
904-422-0407
KIA SORENTO '03 -Mint.
cond., Lded, 24km6.
$14k. 707-344-1165
KIA SHORTAGE '01. V6 t'
ac, loaded, low mileSi.
$800 down. 699-9669.'
MERCURY MOUNTAINEI,
PREMIER '03 Silver
Lded, exc. cond., 38kmi
$21,900obo. 626-812
MERCURY Topaz GL '92
loaded, 3.8 Itr, cold a9.5
red, runs good $1000 .
904507-1685
SUZUKI GRAND VITARA
00 immac shape, need-to-
sell fast $6495. 389-7700, .
TOYOTA TACOMA '04.,,
Extra cab 4x4, V6,
loaded 122,995 ,
KEY BUICK 642-6060q
TOYOTA TACOMA'03'
loaded, need to sell fast"
immac. $11,995. 389-7700-
TOYOTA TACOMA XCa'
04. auto, 4x4. $18.995 6r
$310/mo wac. 771-9100
UTILITY TRAILER
16x12 5000 ax-1.
I loaded ramp full 6",
C-Channel frAm,
new tires and rims
$750. Call 282-6466 '

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FORD WINDSTAR' 01.d
AT, dual AC loadefl
$8975. Call 696-9669
SORD WINDSTAR
SLX '95 -Teal/grey
3.8L V6, AT, PL,
Keyless entry
needs work $1500obo.
Chris 779-1594 PCS
1350Miscellaneous
Auto

I Brand new Arital
remote car starter
V model 4000 remote
engine start, door
locks,trunk for $ 85.00 call
220-4776


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