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Policy Change
High Year Tenure For E-5 Reduced
Page 3


Serving The Fleet
NAVAIR Supports Warfighters
Pages 6-7


Spring Break
Youth Activities Hosts Camp
Page 10


THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


"A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER





TOUCHING NAS Jax celebrates Women's History Month


BASE

Personal consult
with Naval IG
An inspection team from
the Naval Inspector Gen-
eral will visit Jacksonville,
Mayport and Kings Bay
April 5 -21 and will be
available for one-on-one
consultations with Sailors,
their family members and
Department of the Navy
civilian employees desiring
assistance, advice/ infor-
mation, or to present per-
sonal opinions or ideas
concerning individuals,
personnel in general, or
the Navy.
This opportunity to con-
suit with Naval IG is in no
way intended to replace
traditional and existing
channels of communica-,
tion in a command, or to
encourage deviation from
the chain of command. It
is intended to complement
such communication chan-
nels as provided by
request mast, the chain of
command, command mas-
ter chief, civilian employee
grievance procedures and
informational services.
Personnel desiring to
consult with the Naval IG
should call Sandy Rutkow-
ski at (202) 433-4809 or
DSN 228-4809 for an
appointment.


Time changes
Sunday
Don't forget to set your
clocks forward one hour
Sunday morning at 2 a.m.
as we revert to Daylight
Saving Time.


Building 1 Parking
Lot regulations
Anyone visiting Building
1 is reminded that there is
limited visitor parking. The
visitor parking area is
marked with signs in the
parking lot. All other park-
ing areas are for those
personnel working in
Building 1 who have an
orange placard designat-
ing them a parking space.
This placard must be visi-
ble from outside their vehi-
cle. There is also a desig-
nated parking area specifi-
cally for government vehi-
cles. Tickets will be issued
for those who park illegally
in designated parking
areas.


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


Photos by JOl Mike England
Jacksonville City Council President Elaine Brown
delivers the keynote address at the NAS Jax Multi-
Cultural Awarness Committee Women's History
Month Observance March 23 at All Saints Chapel.


Byf01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Sailors and Department of Defense civil-
ians aboard NAS Jacksonville gathered
at the All Saints Chapel March 23 for a
Women's History Month Observance spon-
sored by the NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural
Committee.
The event featured a speech by Jacksonville
City Council President Elaine Brown. Brown
spoke to the crowd about the changes both
America and American woman have under-
gone during the last century.
"I don't think there is any doubt that
women have changed America, but I also
believe that America has changed women all
over the world. Do you think a woman would
have even considered running for political
office before America?"
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson was among the many who
took time out of their busy work schedules to
attend the event. "For generations women
have helped to build our nation from the
ground up," he said.
"Women such as Congresswoman Tillie
Fowler and Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown have
left indelible marks on their respective profes-
sions that will never be forgotten."
According to NAS Jax Equal Opportunity
Advisor HMCS(SW/FMF) Bryce McNair, it's
important to celebrate Women's History
Month. "Celebrating this important event
gives men and women an opportunity to re-
examine their past and find ways of creating a
brighter future based on equality at the work-
place and at home," McNair said.
Each year in March, women's accomplish-
ments throughout history are highlighted dur-
ing the Navy's celebration of Women's History


VS-22 's daily routine at sea


Photo by PHAN Philip Morrill
(Above) A S-3B Viking assigned to VS-22 of NAS Jacksonville, is given the okay to launch from the
flight deck of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).
(Below) AB3 Amanda Volino tows a S-3B Viking assigned to the "Checkmates" of VS-22, prior to flight
operations aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). VS-22, along with Carrier Air Wing Three (CVW-
3), is embarked aboard Truman, and is providing close air support and conducting intelligence surveil-
lance and reconnaissance over Iraq.


Photo by PHAN ]ay Pugh


Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee Member
Glenn Mebane presents Jacksonville City
Council President Elaine Brown with a plaque to
recognize her participation in the observance.
Month. The theme for this year's month-long
observance was "Women Change America,"
which honored and recognized the role of
American women in transforming culture, hi-
tory and politics as leaders, writers, scientists,
educators, politicians, artists, historians and
informed citizens.
"Women Change America" also celebrates
the myriad ways in which the spirit, courage
and contributions of American women have
added to the vitality, richness and diversity of
American life.


CNO says


future Navy


is right Navy

From Chief of Naval Operations
Public Affairs


Today's Navy is
creating the
right Navy for
the future and the
country, Chief of
Naval Operations
Adm. Vern Clark
told military and
industry leaders at
the annual Navy
League of the
United States Sea-
Air-Space Exposi-
tion luncheon held
March 24 at the
Washington D.C.
Marriott Wardman
Park Hotel.


Adm. Vern Clark
Chief of Naval Operations


See CNO, Page 9


Navy Run set


for Saturday

By Staff
NAS Jax will host the Navy 10K
Run/5K Walk Saturday at 7:30 a.m.
Due to security measures, participa-
tion is limited to those authorized to enter the
base
(valid
I.D. card
and De-
part- t
ment of
Defense
vehicle
decal).
Others
can par- I A
ticipate 10.
with an
See NAVY RUN, Page 9






2 laxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 31, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Chiefs don't leave any of your Sailors behind


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
]on Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief
When it comes to
education, our
nation subscribes
to a philosophy that states,
"No Child Left Behind." The
plan, unveiled in 2002, basi-
cally tells educators and
parents that every child in
America is important and
must be educated. It's not
an option. I see no reason
why we chiefs don't adopt a
similar phrase for those we
lead: "No Sailor Left
Behind."
What am I talking about?
As chiefs, we do not have
the luxury of choosing the
-Sailors under our charge.
We get the superstars and
'the underachievers. We get
the overachievers and those
who don't want to, or can't,
:perform. We get the perfect
'ambassadors and the occa-
sional bad apples. Like it or
not, the Sailors we lead
need our help, each and
Every one of them.
* I recently read an article
:in Navy Times where Rear
Adm. Brooks from the
Naval Safety Center dis-
,cussed intrusive leadership.
-He discussed the fine line
between treating Sailors as
adults and getting involved
in their lives enough to help
*them make sound decisions.
I liked his rationale. What's
more, I have always been a
fan of deckplate leadership.
4You need that level of lead-
ership because all our


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Sailors are not on autopilot.
Addressing concerns to
your folks at quarters is not
enough. Some need person-
alized help with technical
skills, some need direct help
with respect and discipline,
some need tailored financial
help, some need personal
anger management, some
need military bearing guid-
ance, and the list goes on.
Chiefs, each of us to the
man and woman must bear
the weight of each Sailor's
successes and/or failures.
The only way we can
achieve this is to truly get to
know our people, each of our
people, and tailor the train-
ing and guidance we give
them to their own exact
needs.
Each of us can easily
recall the chief petty officer
creed. In it, it says, "More
will be expected of you;
more will be demanded of


you." This is exactly what
I'm getting at. More is
expected of you. More is
expected of me; more is
expected of all our leader-
ship.
Everyone one of us, as
chiefs, need to take stock of
our people and take a more
active role in ensuring every
Sailor gets through his or
her enlistment or career -
successfully.
It's no surprise the world
we live in allows our Sailors
to make more choices in
their everyday lives than we
did when we were growing
up. The pressures on our
young Sailors can be great.
If we don't take an active
role in educating all our
people on those pressures,
and assisting them in mak-
ing sound career and life
decisions, we will continue
to see Sailors fall through
the cracks and fall victim to
their own bad decisions. It's
not enough to just explain to
them the rules. It's every
chief's responsibility to
understand the world our
Sailors live in, what moti-
vates them and what con-
cerns them.
Shipmates, our work is
not easy, nor quick.
However, if we, as a commu-
nity, make a more concerted
effort to truly take care of
each of our Sailors, I'm bet-
ting we may reduce the
number of Sailors we lose in
drunk driving incidents.
We may also reduce the
number of domestic abuse
cases, anger incidents and


the number of Sailors who
find themselves in financial
trouble. I'd also bet well see
respect and military bearing
improve across the board
and the appearance of our
bases, ships and squadrons
also may improve.
Pride and professionalism
are byproducts of com-
mands (or chiefs) who take
care of their people. In turn,
the Sailors who are proud to
be part of a command tend
to look sharper and take
better care of our assets.
As we reduce the number
of active duty Sailors in our
ranks, your role as a chief
will become that much more
important. Many talk about
the blurring line between
the wardroom and the
chief's mess.
While that may or may
not be true, let me assure
you the basic role of the
chief is unchanged. Yes, we
are capable of doing almost
any job in the Navy, tradi-
tional or nontraditional.
However, our number one
job is to look after those
Sailors we lead. There can
never be a more important
or pressing job for us.
So, who is onboard with
this? My sincere hope is
every chief truly grasps and
accepts our role and will re-
focus your efforts to not
leave any Sailor behind. It
isn't easy. It isn't quick.
There are no shortcuts.


See FLEE, Page 3


By Sarah Smiley
'Special Contributor
A few days ago I was
headed to the base
for my monthly trip
-to the commissary and to
"]ick up refilled prescrip-
tions. I say "monthly"
because these types of
errands can only be done
with my two young sons
when a full moon enters
Aquarius, or whatever, and
my horoscope says, "You will
meet no obstacles today."
Thanks to prior experi-
ences, I knew for the trip to
be successful I needed to
make sure Ford and Owen
were well-fed, not tired and
in clean pants. As an added
'measure, on the way out the
--door, I gave each of them a
.handful of Matchbox cars,
Iand I congratulated myself
Ibr being so organized.
We drove to the base
singing theme songs to
favorite cartoons, and I felt
a sense of calm that is
unusual for "commissary
days."
- It would be a good day, I
"thought. I couldn't have
planned it any better.
As I approached the small
guard shack on base howev-
er, I started to sense a
twinge of fear, the slightest
bit of doom. Only, I wasn't
sure why yet. I was like a
traveler heading out on a




Jley, Moneyman:
After I pick up my chil-
dren at school, about once a
week we will stop for a coke
or ice cream. Sometimes I
will go into Starbucks to
get a cup of coffee.
I am amazed at how
many young school kids are
there every time I go in.
When I asked the cashier
about it she said they are
full of school-age children
every afternoon. I don't get
it. With all the stuff we
hear about financial prob-
lems today, where do these
kids get all this money?
MoneyMan Sez:
Who knows? According
.'to the "Motley Fools" talk-
ing to kids about money is
very tough for most par-
ents. This is unfortunate
because of all the things
young people need, an "edu-
'.:ation in money" ranks


journey with the faintest
feeling of having forgotten
something.
I went through a quick
mental checklist: Snacks for
the boys? Check! Diapers
for Owen? Check! I rifled in
the backpack with one hand
as I drove, feeling my way
through all the necessities:
granola bars, juice boxes,
superhero capes.
And then I pulled up to
the gate and a man dressed
in camouflage leaned into
my window. "ID ma'am?" he
said.
ID?
My heart beat faster. I
dumped my purse over in
the seat and rummaged
through the belongings.
Surely I remembered my ID
card! How could I forget
that?
"Misplaced your ID?" the
guard asked.
I glared at him. Did he
really think a mother who
remembered band-aids and
waterless soap could possi-
bly misplace her ID card?
Pshaw!
I flipped open the glove
compartment and pulled
everything out. I even dug
through an old Happy Meal
box... just in case. But the
ID was no where.
Cars were lining up
behind mine and the guard
grew impatient: "Sorry,


ma'am, but you gotta have
an ID to get on base."
At first I tried crying--or,
'at least whimpering-
because that sometimes
worked to get out of parking
tickets. But the guard
wouldn't budge.
Cars behind me honked.
"But Jupiter is aligned
with Mars today," I sobbed,
"and I only have a small
window of opportunity
before the kids need a nap.
Do you have children?"
The soldier's face never
changed. "Sorry, ma'am;
can't let anyone through
without ID."
I sighed, leaning my fore-
head against the steering
wheel.
Then the guard had an
idea: "If you call your hus-
band from your cell phone,
he can come up and escort
you through."
What a brilliant idea!
How smart of him! And it
would have been perfect...if
I hadn't forgotten to
recharge my phone that
morning.
I know we should be glad
security is tight and that no
one-not admirals, or the
mayor, or mothers with chil-
dren singing "Rolie Polie
Olie" in the backseat-gets
through without proper
identification. After all, my
boys are quite threatening.


Why, if that guard had let
me through, who knows
what might have happened!
Ford 'could have smooshed
all the loaves of bread, and
Owen could have thrown a
jar of spaghetti sauce on the
floor! All heck might have
broken loose inside that
commissary..
In fact, when I got home,
the boys were so upset
about our change of plans,
they colored themselves
with permanent markers
and put a CD inside the
video player.
Note: my first draft of this
column ended with, "for the
commissary's sake, it's a
good thing the guard didn't
let me in." But Dustin read
that and said, "You sound
cynical and sarcastic.
Security is important these
days."
I stared at him surprised,
because, well, I wasn't being
sarcastic or cynical at all. I
was being totally serious-
it's a good thing that man
didn't let me go through
with what would obviously
be another doomed commis-
sary trip.
But maybe it's humor only
a military mother can
understand.

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


HEY, MONEYMANI


close to the top.
The Motley Fools offer 10
lessons about monty that
they recommend every
child learn prior to leaving
the nest. Their "Lesson
Number 3" offers this: "It's
the little things that get
you. You could drop $4 on a
frappuccino at Starbucks or
a silver hoop nose ring
every day. Or not.
Investing just $4 a day in
the stock market, which
has historically returned 11
percent per year, could earn
you more than $250,000 in
30 years. Which will it be: a
latte now or a lot of speed
boats in the future?"
Interesting point.
And, by the way, if these
kids are 10 years old today
they will have a quarter-
million bucks stashed away
by the time they are 40 just
by giving up expensive cof-
't


fee or the silver nose
ring.


More questions? Call Hey
MoneyManl at 778-0353.


SUNDAY SRyELKICSL

You are invited to the following Base Chapel Worship
Services this Saturday and Sunday:


Saturday -
Sunday -


5 p.m. Catholic Mass
8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m Catholic Mass


11 a.m. Protestant Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45 a.m.,
and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
- ... .. ...... ,. .


{ TM3 JRSON BARBER

F,, Job title/command:
S NAS Jax Weapons

Hometown: Newton, N.C.


Family Life: Married withno stepchildren.

Past Duty Stations ., SS Elrod (FFG 55)


Career Plans: Tp eari j bachelor's cdgree
1 in sports medicine.',

SMost Interest i Crossing
the Mediterranean Sea. /

Words of Wisdom: Stay strong and focus.

__ -





S Job title/command:
FISC ATAC Manager

Hometown: Roulette, Pa.


SFamily Life: Uving withr:mny tp.nr of 20
years along witfttwo'dbgs:a ad two cats.


I Past Duty Stations: Have worked for the
government since 1,971. ,


Career Plans: To continue working until I
decide what wantt to.do next. "

Most Interesting Experience: Camping
in my pop-up during a severe storm.

Words of Wisdom: You don't miss what
you never had.


Acquisition conference

and trade show coming
The sixth annual Jacksonville Acquisition Excel-
lence Conference and Trade Show, hosted by the
Jacksonville naval community, will take place at
the University of North Florida's University Center on
April 13-14. The theme for this year's conference is
"Transformation: The Pursuit of Excellence through
Joint Capabilities."
Dave Carey, acclaimed motivational speaker and
author, will kick-off the event. Director of Defense
Procurement and Acquisition Policy Deidre Lee is the
keynote speaker.
Department of Defense acquisition workforce members
will receive 16 continuous learning points for participat-
ing in both days of the event. For information and regis-
tration, go to www.acqconf.com.

Personal Property Offices closing early

The Personal Property Offices (PPO) at Jackson-
ville, Kings Bay, and Mayport will close at 10 a.m.
April 21 for a command function. The PPOs will
reopen April 22 at 7 a.m.
If you have an emergency regarding your personal
property shipment during this time, please call the PPO
director's cell phone at 955-9283.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer rat. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout. George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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ON THE HOMEFRONT


Base guards protect everyone, even mothers





JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 31, 2005 3


High year tenure change to improve

advancement opportunities


By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs
To encourage competition, increase ad-
vancement opportunity and motivate
Sailors to convert to ratings with the
greater advancement potential, the Navy
has changed the E5 high year tenure (HYT)
policy from 20 to 14 years of service.
This new policy goes into effect July 1 for
active-duty Sailors and full-time support
and Naval Reserves serving on active duty
for at least two years. Selected Reserve
HYT is not affected by this change.
The plan will be phased in over four years
allowing Sailors eight advancement cycles
to reach E6. Sailors with 10 or more years
of service as of July 1 will be grand
fathered, allowing them to remain on active
duty to reach retirement eligibility.
"The grand fathering of these Sailors rec-
ognizes the commitment to a Navy career
by those who have already served half their
careers under the present system," said Vice
Adm. Gerry Hoewing, Chief of Naval
Personnel to senior Navy leadership.
"We are providing opportunity for Sailors
to advance in the next eight cycles, as well
as encouraging conversions from crowded
fields to ratings that provide greater
advancement opportunity."


Advancement opportunity to E4, E5 and
E6 is expected to increase with the change.
It is expected that the time it takes to reach
E6 will drop by six months once the change
is fully implemented. Currently, it is 9.8
years.
"Our smaller active force mandates
reduced HYT as a tool to properly manage
quality and increase competitiveness, rein-
force promotion flow-points, and improve
advancement opportunity for E4, E5 and
E6," said Hoewing. "Quality and competi-
tiveness will receive additional emphasis
and further ensure enlisted communities
maintain healthy career progression."
The Navy estimates approximately 1,520
E5 Sailors will be affected by the HYT
change after the transition period ends. A
decrease of about 600 fewer retirements is
expected once the new policy is fully imple-
mented in fiscal year 2009.
While waivers to HYT dates may be
requested via the chain of command to
Navy Personnel Command, they are rarely
granted and only if justified by mission
readiness requirement.
For more information, see NavAdmin
056/05 available soon on the Web at: www.
persnet.navy.mil/navadmin/navad05.html.
Complete information is contained in
Military Personnel Manual 1160-120.


VS-30's last surge at sea


By Lt. Lionel Dacpano
VS-30 PAO
The final operational
commitment for the
NAS Jacksonville-
based VS-30 squadron took
place last month as the
"Diamond-cutters" flew
aboard USS John F.
Kennedy (CV 67) for the
Carrier Air Wing 17 Surge
Sustainment period.
"VS-30 will remain ready
till the very end," stated
Cmdr. Ryman Shoaf, VS-30
commanding officer. "This
was our last and final
surge as a squadron and it
was flawless!"
Courageously displaying
.the same dedication and
professionalism they have
shown for the last 50 years,
the Diamondcutters partic-
ipated in many evolutions


and achieved great success
in just a few days.
During the first three
days of surge, they focused
on day and night carrier
qualifications. "It was like
being on cruise again
except we were only about
100 miles away from home
vice several thousand
miles in the Arabian Gulf,"
remarked Lt. j. g. Ted
Kopinski. "With all the fly-
ing and boat drills, this
surge period brought back
many memories of cruise."
On the first day en route
to the carrier, VS-30 per-
sonnel were involved in a
war-at-sea exercise with
the Canadian Navy. They
also had the opportunity to
conduct several bombing
exercises and tanker drills
with the rest of the air
wing.


The carrier ran through
its regular drills and the
air wing executed the air
plan perfectly.
tNot many engineers get
to experience this opportu-
nity since engineering bil-
lets are very scarce these
days. I'm very lucky to be
part of Diamondcutter his-
tory."
"It was like we never left
from cruise," adds PR3
Charles Ross. "As the lead-
ing petty officer for my
shop on surge, I had plenty
of responsibilities. None-
theless, this last surge
period was a memorable
experience."
For the rest of this year,
VS-30 will be in the
process of decommission-
ing their squadron.


Kitchell is VS-30's Sailor of the Year


From VS-30
ADI(AW) Steven
Kitchell has been
selected VS-30's
2004 Sailor of the Year.
According to his citation,
he is the consummate
shipmate, consistently
performing at the highest
levels possible while con-
tinuing to lead and men-
tor others to success.
His objective appraisal
of problem situations,
resourcefulness and con-
tinued personal sacrifice
are the hallmarks of his
superior leadership style.
As the quality assur-
ance leading petty officer,
Kitchell was responsible
for writing the final
checker instruction and
implementing an oral
board, which improved
the standardization and
attention-to-detail for all
"Diamond-cutter" final
checkers.
His efforts ensured that
only the best, most highly
qualified personnel were
on the flight deck of USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
launching aircraft.
His work was key to the
continuation of the
squadron's 25-year, 87,900
flight-hour Class "A"


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AD1 (AW) Steven Kitchell

mishap-free record. He
also tracked and super-
vised the execution of .65
audits, 675 monitors and
23 technical directives in
preparation for an Air
Forces, Atlantic Fleet
AMMT inspection.
The results were zero
off-line programs. As a
multi-system quality
assurance representative
(QAR), Kitchell super-
vised each QAR to ensure
the maintenance depart-


ment was in compliance
with all 43 Naval Aviation
Maintenance programs
under his direction.
"The combination of his
work ethic and leadership
ability makes AD1
Kitchell stand ahead of
the pack," said his leading
chief petty officer, AMCS
Charles Taylor. "He takes
control of the situation
when the need arises."
"He is a natural born
leader, always getting the
job done without ques-
tion," added his division
officer, Lt. Jack Garcia.
The tremendous success
of VS-30 throughout its
inter-deployment readi-
ness cycle and 2004 com-
bat deployment is attrib-
uted in no small part to
Kitchell's outstanding
personal efforts in ensur-
ing the highest levels of
quality maintenance.
A native of St. Louis,
Mo., Kitchell and his wife,
Kelly, have two children.
He has been in the Navy
for 17 years and plans to
become a chief petty offi-
cer before he retires.


FLEET: Taking care of your Sailors


From Page 2

Taking leadership to an intrusive level
means taking time to learn about your
Sailors, each and every one of them. I don't
need to tell you how to do this in great
detail. I suspect you already know.
The challenge is to break out of your cur-
rent routine and start making more time for
your people. Talk to your people. Counsel
your people. Don't delegate everything to
your petty officers. You are the chief; set the
standard take this effort to the next level
yourself.
Last year Adm. Mullen told a group of
chiefs in Rota, Spain, that, "To be a leader,
you have to behave like one." What he was
saying is our actions are a lot louder than
our words. rm guessing we all say we take
care of our people.


My question to you is to what degree do
you do that? If you only sort of take care of
your people, or only take care of the those
Sailors who do everything right and are
easy to lead, you're not quite there yet. The
true hallmark of a brilliant chief is the abili-
ty to ensure every Sailor is taken care of, no
matter their past, no matter their needs, no
matter their talent level.
Chiefs, I need, and the Navy needs, your
help. I truly know chiefs are the backbone of
the Navy. However, the only way we get our
seniors and juniors to believe that too is to
show them. If we make the effort to not
leave any Sailor behind, my suspicion is
that our entire Navy will agree that we are
indeed the backbone, and when we say we
take care of our people, we mean it. Thanks
chiefs, go take care of our most valuable
asset our Sailors.


Inspector general O

to visit NAS Jax ( s -


Naval Inspector Gen-
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Vice Adm. Ronald
Route will visit NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
April 5-22 to review a wide
range of areas, including
mission readiness, fleet
support, work environment,
training quality of life pro-
grams, facilities and envi-
ronmental management.
An advance team will visit
each of the three installa-
tions April 5-8 to conduct
military and federal civilian
employee focus groups.
During the actual
NAVINSGEN visit, the
NAVINSGEN staff will
gather data from various
sources, including command
presentations, personnel
surveys, individual consul-
tations, focus group discus-
sions/findings, interviews
and meetings with local
tenant commanders and
program managers. Areas
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A group of NJROTC students from Nease High School in St. Augustine toured VP-16 March 16.


VP-16 hosts NJROTC students


By Lt. j.g. Michael Minervini
VP-16 PAO
On Feb. 24 and March 16, the
NAS Jacksonville-based VP-
16 squadron welcomed more
than 60 NJROTC students from two
Southeast Region High Schools.
Midshipmen from Laurens High
School, Laurens, S.C., and Nease
High School, St. Augustine, spent


time touring squadron spaces and
observing daily functions of mainte-
nance and aircrew personnel.
The young midshipmen were pro-
vided aircraft familiarization briefs
along with actual tours of the air-
craft, emergency equipment demon-
strations and briefs on Navy Core
Values.
Lt. Cmdr. Chris Archer, the
squadron's command services officer


said, "It is great to introduce these
students to naval aviation and give
them a small glimpse into the many
career opportunities available to
them if they choose to join the
Navy."
VP-16 plans to host several
JROTC students in April along with
gearing up to train college midship-
men from allover the country this
summer.


DoD issues confidentiality policy for sexual assault victims


Special release from U.S.
Department of Defense
he Department of De-
fense (DoD) an-
nounced March 18 a
ne*v policy that establishes
Department guidelines for
confidential, restricted
reporting by victims of sex-
ual assault.
Restricted reporting
allows a sexual assault vic-
tihm, on a confidential basis,
to disclose the details of
his/her assault to specifical-
ly identified individuals
and receive medical treat-
ment and counseling, with-
out triggering the official
investigative process.
"Through our research,
we have learned that pro-
viding confidentiality to
victims will actually
increase the probability
that cases will be reported,
cases that are currently
unknown to us," said Under
Secretary of Defense for
Personnel and Readiness
David Chu.
"While we want to sus-
tain good order and disci-
pline by holding those who
assault their fellow service
members accountable for
their actions, first and fore-
most we want victims to
cone forward for help."
Many experts claim that
sexual assault is the most
under-reported violent
crime in the nation and in
the military. Many victims


are unprepared to with-
stand the rigors of a full-
fledged investigation imme-
diately following their
assault.
Rather than comply with
the department's former
policy of mandatory report-
ing, some victims did not
seek treatment, thereby
denying themselves access
to needed medical services
and support.
Restricted reporting is
intended to give a victim
additional time and
increased control over the
release and management of
his/her personal informa-
tion, and to empower him/
her to seek relevant infor-
mation and support to
make more informed deci-
sions about participating in
a criminal investigation.
A victim who receives
appropriate care and treat-
ment, and is provided an
opportunity to make an
informed decision about a
criminal investigation, is
more likely to develop
increased trust that his/her
needs are of primary con-
cern to the command and
may eventually decide to
pursue an investigation.
Even if the victim chooses
not to pursue an official
investigation, this addition-
al reporting avenue gives
commanders a clearer pic-
ture of the sexual violence
within their command and.
enhances a commander's


ability .to provide an envi-
ronment which is safe and
contributes to the well-
being and mission-readi-
ness of all of its members.
The Joint Task Force for
Sexual Assault Prevention
and Response (JTF-SAPR),
in conjunction with the mil-
itary services, will coordi-
nate specific implementa-
tion details.
The magnitude of this
change requires extensive,
in-depth training for all
DoD personnel and special-
ized training for command-
ers, senior enlisted advi-
sors, investigators, health-
care providers and others
involved in sexual assault
response.
To ensure consistent
application across the mili-
tary services, the confiden-


tiality policy will become
effective 90 days from the
date the memorandum to
the military departments
was issued, which was
March 16.
The Office of the Secre-
tary of Defense will be
working closely with the
military departments to
implement the policies in
an effective and timely
manner.
The joint task force will
continue to provide over-
sight of the process.
The policy memorandum
can be found at www.
defenselink.mil/news/Mar
2005/d200503 i8dsd.pdf.


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he HS-5 "Nightdip-
pers" recently spent
seven days training at
the Atlantic Underwater
Test and Evaluation Center
(AUTEC) in the Bahamas,
during which they dropped
nine training torpedoes
against simulated underwa-
ter targets and also had the
opportunity to track a U.S
attack submarine.
"The debrief is where I
learned the most," said AW2
Brad Evenson. This was the
first time Evenson trained
at AUTEC.
The range has the capabil-
ity of tracking the exact
location of each aircraft and
their targets. The pilots and
crew are shown a computer-
generated bird's eye view of
how their scenario played
out. Each torpedo shot is
then graded accordingly.
Squadron personnel also
worked closely with Navy
Explosive Ordnance Dis-
posal (EOD) personnel from
Mobile Unit 6 practicing
heliborne visit, board,
search and seizure.(HVBSS)
missions both during the


day and at night. HVBSS
missions involve an interdic-
tion or "take down" of hos-
tile or noncompliant ships.
HS-5 helicopters practiced
rapidly inserting and
extracting boarding teams
from a hostile ship's deck.
These missions must be
practiced over and over
until they can be executed
flawlessly. Inserting the
boarding team is considered
the most dangerous phase
because that is when the
helicopter is the most vul-
nerable to enemy fire. This
makes teamwork between
the helicopter and the
boarding team crucial.
"It was extremely chal-
lenging hovering 10 to 15
feet over a moving ship at
night, fast roping troops to
the deck," said Lt. Dan
Short, HS-5 senior pilot and
NATOPS officer. He had
trained at AUTEC in the
past, but it was his first
time doing HVBSS.
The week closed with an
all-hands beach cookout in
appreciation of all the hard
work accomplished by the
maintainers and aircrew.


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The March madness


of financial

By Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo
Special Contributor
College basketball's March madness
is one of the most exhilarating tour-
naments in all sports. This year's
tournament has been no less disappointing
with North Carolina State defeating the
University of Connecticut in the second
round.
However, for me, March madness has an
equally negative meaning from a financial
planning perspective. The March madness
I'm referring to is the millions of American
taxpayers who literally throw away their
lucrative tax return dollars each year
instead of wisely investing it.
According to the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS), federal tax refunds have
jumped an average of $200 for early filers,
and the average tax refund grew to $2,436
- up nine percent from the average refund
for 2004.
Instead of participating in this madness,
spending your hard earned tax return on
spring break in Mexico, or on "spinner"
wheel rims for your car, you may want to
consider some other practical options.
Pay off those high-interest credit cards
and then cut those cards in half. Keep one
credit card and use it wisely. This means
making smart purchases on your credit
card, so you can pay off the balance every
month. Not only will you stop paying high-
interest finance charges, but also your
credit score will improve. Timeliness in,
paying your bills determines about 35 per-
cent of your FICO score, according to
Equifax Credit Services at www.equifax.
com.
Open a Roth IRA. A Roth IRA is truly
the best retirement deal going. An individ-
ual can contribute up to $4,000 per year in
after tax dollars in virtually any invest-
ment vehicle (i.e., mutual fund, savings
account, individual stock). Your dollars


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compound tax-free over time and at age 59,
withdrawals or "distributions" can be made
tax-free. USAA, Vystar Credit Union and
Navy Federal credit unions all have low
cost, conservative Roth IRA investment
options.
Are you confused about financial plan-
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compensated by a predetermined client fee
rather than commissions assures that the
advice clients receive is unbiased and in
their best interest. The fee is often less
than the sales load you would pay on just,
one mutual fund purchased through a com-,
missioned broker or "military-sounding"
financial services firm.
Beef up your savings account. In the
1930s, jobs were scarce in America, money
was tight and savings were non-existent.
But in the 2000s, we have jobs, we have
money but we still don't have much in
savings. Government figures show the per-
sonal savings rate was just .05 percent for
the month of January and an abysmal two
percent for all of 2004, representing the
worst personal savings rate since the
Great Depression. Financial planners
unanimously agree that a "safety net" of
three to six months of savings in a cash-
type account is recommended to cover
expenses in the case of job loss or unex-
pected emergencies.
Some other unconventional ways to
spend that tax return include revitalizing
a room in your home or taking a relatively
inexpensive weekend getaway.
Expedia.com has some great weekend
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other fun destinations.
Start the 2005 tax year on the right foot
and make it the year of smart personal
financial management. You earned it!
Olivolo is the command financial specialist at
the Naval Healthcare Support Office, NAS
Jacksonville.


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Change your clock,

batteries this Sunday /


From the NAS
Jax Fire Department
As the time change
approaches, the
NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department wants to
remind residents to make
another change that could
save your lives changing
the batteries in your
smoke alarms.
Communities nation-
wide witness tragic home
fire deaths each year. An
average of three children
per day die in home fires
and 80 percent of those
occur in homes without
working smoke alarms.
Non-working smoke
alarms rob residents of
the protective benefits
home safety devices were
designed to provide. The
most commonly cited
cause of non-working
smoke alarms: worn or
missing batteries.
Changing smoke alarm
batteries every time you
change your clock is one of
the simplest, most effec-
tive ways to reduce these
tragic deaths and injuries.
In fact, working smoke
alarms nearly cut the risk
in half of dying in a home
fire. Additionally, the
International Association
of Fire Chief's recom-


mends replacing your |
smoke alarms every .
ten years.
"The peak time for
home fire fatalities is
between 10 p.m. and 6
a.m. when most families
are sleeping. Smoke alarm
maintenance is a simple,
effective way to reduce
home fire deaths.
Children and senior citi-
zens are most at risk, and
a working smoke alarm
can give them the extra
seconds they need to get
out safely.
In addition, residents
are urged to use the
"extra" hour they save
from the time change to
test smoke alarms by
pushing the test button,
planning "two ways out"
and practicing escape
routes with the entire
family. Families also
should prepare a fire safe-
ty kit that includes work-
ing flashlights and fresh
batteries.
Tragically, fire can kill
selectively. Those most at
risk include:
Children Appro-
ximately 1,000 children
under the age of 20 die
each year in home fires.
Children under age five
are at twice the risk of


dying in a home fire.
Eighty percent of fatal
home fire victims who
were children were killed
in homes without working
smoke alarms.
Seniors Adults over
age 75 are three times
more likely to die in home
fires than the rest of the
population; those over 85
are 4.5 times more likely
to die in a home fire.
Many seniors are unable
to escape quickly.
Low-Income House-
holds Many low-income
families are unable to
afford batteries for their
smoke alarms. These same
households often rely on
poorly installed,'main-
tained or misused porta-
ble or area heating equip-
ment a main cause of
fatal home fires.
The Change Your Clock,
Change Your Battery cam-
paign urges all Americans to
adopt a simple, lifesaving
habit: changing smoke
alarm batteries when chang-
ing your clocks April 3.


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he NAS Jax Navy .
Exchange will hold
its annual Navy 10K -
Run Shoe Fair Expo and
Clinic today through April dA
2. Several vendors will be
on hand the day of the run wishers with the selection
to assist runners and well- of the correct running shoe.


Registration forms are
available now at the NEX,
I.T.T. office, Base gym, fit-
ness center and 1st Place
Sports. Forms can also be
found on ITT or NAS Jax
Web site (www.nasjax.navy.
mil).


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The Depot began in a small
way in 1940, operating as an
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Department of NAS Jax. The first
N28 Yellow Peril was overhauled
and rolled out for test in August
1941, followed closely by a newly
reworked SNJ aircraft.
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The mission of the Naval Air
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maintenance, engineering, logis-
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NAVAIR Depot, Jacksonville
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tions as well and returns over
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ty. The Depot is an industrial
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three modem industrial facilities
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400 contractors, the workforce
produces 4.148 million man-hours
and won the Chief of Naval
Operation Safety and Occupa-
tional Health Shore Safety Award
(Large Industrial Category) for
2004
The civilian workforce here is
made-up of highly diverse and
skilled professional employees
representing approximately 120
occupations.
With an average age of 49, our
workforce is, perhaps, older than
that found in mrot industrial
facilities. This helps to account
for the extremely high level of
experience we employ in working
on some of the most sophisticated
and complr- eapon systems in
the militia a 'ry.
Depot pt ork, repair
and modify based F/A-
18 Hornet sn ,r, the EA-
6B Prowler, oased elec-
tronic countermeasure aircraft,
the P-3 Orion antisubmarine
patrol aircraft and the SH-60
Seahawk utility/assault aircraft
and their components.
The Depot is also the Navy's
premier engine facility and re-
works a variety of jet engines: the
F414 powers new F/A-18 E/F
Super Hornet; the F404 powers
F/A-18; the F404/F1D2, powers
U.S. Air Force F-117 Stealth
Fighter; the TF34 powers S-3 and
U.S. Air Force A-10 aircraft; and
,J52 powers EA-6B aircraft; and


Two EA-6B Prowlers are situated on the flight line in Iraq awaiting Depot
their squadrons.


Jacksonville crews to fly in and provide a unique capability to return them to


Robin Geer, J52 shop supervisor (left) does troubleshooting while Jim
Yadon, who in charge of the Depot's Engine Product Team, looks on.


Photo by Joe Walker
Carlos Johnson of the F-18 Production Line reassembles an aircraft at
NAVAIR Depot Jax.


John May (left) and Eric Binderim work on an EA-6B at the Depot.


their components.
Naval Air Depot Jacksonville is
leading the way in improved serv-
ice to the fleet by implementing a
new operational program called
AIRSpeed.
AIRSpeed provides structured,
systematic methodologies to
enhance depot responsiveness
and agility to meet warfightef


needs by systematically identifi-
cation and elimination of non-
value added activity and process
variation across the entire enter-
prise.
The depot also sends artisans
at a moments notice all over the
world to perform emergency
rework and modification and in-
service repair to assist ships ,


squadrons and other units.
This includes the manufacture
of parts that utilize sheet metal
forming, plating, welding, grind-
ing, milling and other machining
operations, as well as fiberglass
and composite forming opera-
tions.
NAVAIR Depot, Jacksonville
employees participate in over 60
volunteer activities such as the
Florida-Georgia Blood Alliance


(received the Florida-Georgia
Blood Alliance Highest Number
of Donations for a Military
Activity Award), Big Brothers/Big
Sisters, donated over a ton of food
to Second Harvest and NAS Jax
Food Banks, Hospice, Hot Line
Crisis, American Red Cross,
Learn-to-Read, fire/police/rescue
squads and collected $252,290 in
support of the Combined Federal
Campaign.






Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 31, 2005 7
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Charlotte Yavorosky performs an inlet inspection of a J52, as part of test cell preparation.

.1 F 7 photos courtesy of
W Pratt & Whitney


Bill Priest, shop support engineer at NAVAIR Depot Jax, right, checks out a J52 engine with Joe Sarpy (left),
Pratt & Whitney field service representative assigned to the depot, as Troy Zehner and Remo Garritano
look on.


Gregg Brooks and Mike Ham inspect compressor blades.


Sean Wenger and Ron Wright disassemble a J52 engine at NAVAIR Depot lax.


By implementing state of the art business practices (AirSpeed), the Depot has streamlined production,
decreased operating expenses and reducedjdelivery time of aircraft. l





8 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 31, 2005

Think you can't go to College?


Navy College Learning


From the Navy College
Learning Center
any people join the Navy
with the intention of
preparing for the future.
One of the primary goals Sailors
set for themselves before they get
out of the military is to get an
education. In today's world, this
is smart thinking. For most jobs,
educational credentials are a
bonus, if not a necessity.
Unfortunately, for many mili-
tary personnel, the demands of
family, work, and duty compete
for precious time and funds,
which could otherwise be invest-
ed in an education.
This can discourage a motivat-
ed Sailor from even researching
what the Navy has to offer in the
way of educational opportunities.
What a shame!
For others, lack of confidence in


their academic abilities keeps
them from getting involved in
educational programs. It can be
very intimidating to compete in
the classroom with other students
who are more current with funda-
mental study skills.
Still other military personnel
hesitate to enter an educational
program because their rating
often requires them to be away
for weeks or even months at a
time. Every time they achieve a
significant amount of progress in
their studies, they are sent out
and lose much of their gain. This
is a frustrating situation in which
to be found.
The Navy has taken stock of
these challenges to Sailors' per-
sonal educational goals. Navy
College Learning Center (NCLC)
is a computer-based program that
has flexibility that is hard to
achieve in the traditional class-


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n. of time, there is no fear of being geometry, trigonometry, and cal-
ith the NCLC, a Sailor deter- compared to more current stu- culus. There is also a science pro-
es his or her own schedule of dents. gram available to study for the
ning. Most students try to put Many students of the program Natural Sciences CLEP.
between four and six hours per have remarked that their self- With the use of tuition assis-
k. At this rate, most students confidence has increased with tance and proper planning, any
able to complete the basic participation. This may be due in Sailor can walk out of the Navy
7icula (FASTRACK) in about part to the fact that there is no with at least an associate's degree
months. pressure for grades. The NCLC at a minimum cost. NCLC would
addition, Sailors need not programs are mastery based be a good place to start and the
ry about losing headway in no failures, only successes. cost has been covered entirely by
r studies due to detachments NCLC facilitators are very the Navy.
uty. proud of their students and strive If you are interested in partid-
ie computer is able to store to recognize each individual's pating in this program, you can
individual's progress. A stu- accomplishments. either stop by the Navy College
can leave for six months and At the completion of FAS- either stop by the Navy Collere
in where he or she left off TRACK, students are ready to Learning Center or call for mo'e
n return to the program. take general English and math information. NCLC is located .n
ne of the primary features of CLEPs, take the SAT/ACT, Building 110, on the second floor
NCLC is that each student ASVAB, GED or take a college across from Navy College Office
a private account. This placement test. The telephone number is 542-
bles a student to progress at For students with further ambi- 3676. Hours of operation are 730
or her own rate. As a result, tion, there is an advanced math a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday to
personnel who have been out program with courseware in gen- Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 330
ie classroom for a fair amount eral math, college-level algebra, p.m. on Friday.


North Florida Cub Scout Pacl
From Staff
In cooperation with the United Services
Org-anization (USO) at NAS Jax and
May-port, several area businesses,
media and other local organiza-
tions, the boys of Cub Scout Pack
225 assisted in this year's Y
Operation Sol-diers Relief.
Now in its third year,
Operation Soldiers Relief targets
its effort to fulfilling the needs of
the service members in the field dur-
ing the upcoming spring and summer
months by collecting books, CDs, DVDi s .
and sundries that will be sent directly over-
seas by the USO.
During a recent pack meeting, Pack 225 Leader
Bill Decker, a former Marine Corps officer, encour-


k 225 helps support troops
aged each family to make it a special point and prior-
itv to get the boys involved in this worthy cause.
Furthermore, Decker explained the importance
to troop members of a library to young
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen or Marines who
may be away from family and friends
for the first time, facing the difficult
responsibility of safeguarding our
way of life.
"The boys pulled together as a
pack, reaching out into their communi-
ty and making people aware of this cam-
paign and, in doing so, turned out quite an
impressive collection of donations," said
Decker.
For general Cub Scout information, or informa-
tion about joining Pack 225, contact Jill Terry at 536-
7326 or Bill Decker 287-3443.


Sailors and Marines encouraged to take driving course


ByJOIJ.D. Walter
Naval Personnel Development
Command Public Affairs
In response to the Navy's ongoing
effort to minimize traffic related
incidents and fatalities, the Center
for Personal Development (CPD) is
encouraging all Sailors and Marines,
specifically those under the age of 26,
to take the Driving for Life course
(Navy eLearning Course Catalogue
#CPD-DFL-01) on Navy eLearning.
The course is an interactive multi-
media course designed to help Sailors
and Marines stay safe when behind
the wheel.
Co-developed with the U.S. Marine
Corps, Driving for Life also fulfills


both services' Traffic Safety Program
requirements. Available on Navy
eLearning and accessed through Navy
Knowledge Online (NKO) My
Education, Driving for Life complies
with Department of Defense (DoD)
and Department of Navy requirements
(DoD Instruction 6055.4 and
OPNAVINST 5100.12) that every
Sailor and Marine under 26 years of
age completes a driver-training course.
The course covers proactive driving,
reactive driving and imminent colli-
sions.
"What we really want to instill in
our Sailors and Marines is the habit of
safe driving and effective decision
making in those situations where they


are most at risk," said CPD Command
Master Chief CMDCM(SW) James
Godfrey. "Whether you've been driving
for a couple years or a couple decades,
there is great benefit in spending the
time going through this material; it
will truly benefit everyone."
Successful completion of the course,
scoring 80 percent or better, is docu-
mented in NTMPS (Navy Training
and Management Planning System)
and reflected in Electronic Training
Jacket, also accessible through NKO.
To enroll in the course, log on to Navy
Knowledge Online at www.nko.navy.
mil and proceed to Navy eLearning
found on the My Education page.


FFSC Web-based needs assessment survey scheduled


Commander Navy Region Southeast, Fleet and
Family Support Centers (FFSCs) are conducting a
web-based needs assessment survey at the 12
FFSC sites in the Southeast Region.
The survey solicits feedback from Sailors, family mem-
bers and command leaders, regarding their satisfaction
and perception of service quality provided by the FFSC
at their installation.
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NavHosp Jax Diabetic Class schedule
The following is the Diabetic Class schedule for
Naval Hospital Jacksonville beneficiaries from
April through June:
April 5 9:15-11:15 a.m.
April 20 1:30-3:30 p.m.
May 3 9:15-11:15 a.m.
May 25 1:30-3:30 p.m.
June 7 9:15-11:15 a.m.
June 22 3-5 p.m.
The classes will be in the Internal Medicine
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ville. For information, call Sharon Gladden at 542-
7431.


March is Irish-American

Heritage Month
I,
A Proclamation by the President of the United Stati of
America
The story of the Irish in America is an important rt
of the history of our country. This month, we pay trite
to Americans of Irish descent who have shaped r
Nation and influenced American life.
Long before the great wave of Irish immigration in te
1840s, people of Irish ancestry were defining and defen-
ing our Nation. Charles Thomson, an Irishman by birti
served as Secretary of the Continental Congress an
helped design the Great Seal of the United States. Irish
born Commodore John Barry fought for our country
independence and later helped found the United States
Navy.
Irish Americans have been leaders in our public life,
and they have retained a proud reverence for their her-
itage. In June 1963, President John F. Kennedy spoke to
the Parliament in Dublin and told the story of the Irish
Brigade, a regiment that fought valiantly for the Union
and suffered terrible losses during the Civil War. Two
decades after President Kennedy's visit, President
Ronald Reagan returned to his great grandfather's
hometown in County Tipperary, Ireland, and greeted the
crowd in their own Irish language.
The industry, talent, and imagination of Irish
Americans have enriched our commerce and our culture.
Their strong record of public service has fortified our
democracy. Their strong ties to family, faith, and commu-
nity have strengthened our Nation's character. The Irish
are a significant reason why Americans will always be
proud to call ourselves a Nation of immigrants.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President
of the United States of America, by virtue of the authori-
ty vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the
United States, do hereby proclaim March 2005 as Irish
American Heritage Month. I call upon all Americans to
observe this month by celebrating the contributions of
Irish Americans to our Nation.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my
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Military families can vacation like the rich and famous


By Arlene Hull
LIFELines.navy.mil
LIFELines.usmc.mil


Are you envious of those
travel channel people who
vacation in luxurious
resorts around the world? Wish
you could vacation in a luxury
resort, too? Well, turn off the TV
and let's go.
Members of the Armed Forces,
their families, and other members
of the total Defense Force can
stay in any of four Armed Forces
Recreation Center (AFRC) resorts
around the world.
Operated by the U.S. Army,


AFRC resorts offer affordable
Morale, Welfare, and Recreation
(MWR) facilities at ideal vacation
destinations. The resorts are fully
funded by revenues generated by
their operations.
Your choices include the Hale
Koa Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii,
and the Shades of Green Hotel at
Disney World in Orlando.
Feel like taking in Europe?
Check out the Garmisch or
Chiemsee resorts in southern
Germany. If the Far East
intrigues you, try the Dragon Hill
Lodge in Seoul, Korea.
Reservations for AFRC resorts


can be made online or by calling
the reservation desk. Rates are
based on pay grade and travel
status. Reservation policies vary
slightly by location so be sure to
check the Web site for your desti-


Volunteer


recognized
Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
Chairman of Volunteers Amanda Leech gracious-
ly accepts the NMCRS Meritorious Service Award
from Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear
Adm. Annette E. Brown March 14. Leech has
been the chairman of volunteers for the past
three years and has devoted more than 3,000
hours of service to NMCRS.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque


CNO: Navy heading in the right direction


From Page 1

"Ensuring Global Access," the theme
"for this year's Sea-Air-Space
Exposition, is the key to the effective-
ness of the Navy's sea basing efforts for
projecting power ashore from the mar-
itime domain. "In it's simplest terms,
anything that floats on, under or is in
the air operated from our area is the
sea base, and the sea base is all about
our ability to exploit our advantage of
maneuver space," Clark explained.
Comparing notes with his speech at
the same event four years earlier,
Clark told the audience the Navy is
heading in the right direction.
Reviewing his 2001 address, he had
said then; "I've never been involved in
a joint operation where access was
not an issue. Anyone contending with
the United States in the future has to
think about anti-access. It's a serious
challenge for the United States mili-
tary, but the Navy has some things
going for it."
Clark said the Navy has learned a.
great deal in the past four years from
the lessons of USS Cole (DDG 67), 9-
11, Operation Enduring Freedom and
ongoing Operation Iraqi Freedom.
"What we've come to believe about
this access issue is that exploiting our
strengths, our advantages in the mar-
itime domain is more important than
ever before."
"Four years ago we hadn't conceived
of a Fleet Response Plan ... we didn't


talk about the ability to surge," Clark
said. Mentioning programs like LCS,
DD(X), MPF(F) and LHA(R) he said,
"This Navy, the Navy that we are
building today, is being built from the
keel up to provide this nation with
assured access. I believe that the
future Navy, the Navy that we are
creating today, is the right Navy for
the United States of America."
A key topic throughout the three-
day event was the Navy's 30-year
shipbuilding plan recently submitted
-to Congress. "What we do needs to be
good for the Sailor and for the taxpay-
er," he said. "We have learned in the
past four years that there is a way to
create much more operational avail-
ability and capability for the invest-:
ment that the taxpayers have already
made to their Navy."
Clark explained why the Navy no
longer needs 375 ships, and what will
determine fleet size within the 260 to
325-ship future Navy. "Sea Swap and
the Fleet Response Plan have
changed our Navy," he said. "We have
literally bought much more opera-
tional availability with these con-
cepts, so we can provide the same
kind of combat capability for less
than 375 (ships)," he said.
A smaller, more advanced Navy will
be committed to the growth and devel-
opment of Sailors and civilians who
put the Navy's high-tech capabilities
to work for the nation through a 21st
century Human Capital Strategy.


Speaking to industry leaders in the
audience, he said that though they
create the most "incredible technolo-
gy" ever, "...it won't be of any value if
we don't have the young men and
women, active and reserve, govern-
ment civilians and the contracting
structure who make it possible for us
to have the Navy we dream about."
"When I came here five years ago
we were recruiting 57,000 people.
This year the number is 37,000,"
CNO said. "Something remarkable
has happened in our Navy. What has
happened is the environment has
changed in our Navy. Our young peo-
ple understand that we made a com-
mitment to them, that we are going to
commit ourselves and this institution
to their growth and development and
give them a chance to make a ,differ-
ence for America. And they are
responding to it."
Speaking at the exposition for the
fifth time during his tenure as CNO,
Clark thanked the Navy League and
national president Sheila M. McNeill
for their continuing support. "Our
Sailors, and for that matter our
Marines, Airman, Soldiers and Coast
Guard are watching the way
Americans are responding to their
labors representing this country in
the far corners of this earth," he said.
"Your message is unequivocal. Your
message has sent them a clear indica-
tion that you support and believe in
the sons and daughters of America."


NAVY RUN: Annual event this Saturday


SF From Page 1
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 tomorrow 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
46-7 a.m. Packets also may
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-
chair category also will
receive awards. The 5K
Walk is non-competitive
this year.
There will also be a shoe
fair outside the NEX Friday
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
the morning of the race.
For more information,
call 542-3518 or 542-2930.


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Free Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance/Elec-
tronic Tax Filing
(VITA/ ELF) is available
on base in Building 583
weekdays through April
15.
The hours are Monday,
Wednesday and Friday
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Tuesday and Thursdays
from 9 a.nm. to 4 p.m.
The Tax Center will only
assist with the preparation
and filing of personal
income taxes assistance
with small business tax
preparation is not avail-
able.
VITA volunteers can
assist with filing Form
1040EZ, Form 1040A (with
Schedules 1, 2, 3, and EIC),
Form 1040 (with Schedules
A, B, C-EZ, D, EIC, R, and
SE), Form 1040-V, Form
1040-ES, Form 2441 (Child
and Dependent Care
Credit), Form 8812
(Additional Child Tax
Credit), and Form 8863
(Education Credits).
VITA volunteers are not
trained to handle self-
employment (Schedule C -
Profit or Loss from
Business) or rental proper-


ty (Schedule E Rents and
Royalties). Both topics typ-
ically require calculation of
depreciation deductions,
and as such are outside the
scope of the VITA program.
If these issues apply to
you, please seek profes-
sional tax assistance.
What to bring to your
appointment: your ID card;
Social Security cards for
you and your family mem-
bers; Wage and Earning
Statementss; Forms W-2,
W-2G, and 1099-R; interest
and dividend statements
from banks (Form 1099); a
copy of last year's taxes (if
you have it); bank routing
numbers, and account
number for Direct Deposit.
Bring other relevant
information such as the
total amount paid for day-
care and daycare provider's
identifying number. If
electronically filing a mar-
ried filing joint tax return,
both spouses must be pres-
ent unless a power of attor-
ney is granted to the other
spouse.
Appointments can be
made in person at Building
583 or by calling 542-8038;
appointments are pre-
ferred, however walk-ins
will be accepted.


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Generally, room reservations
will not be accepted more than a
year in advance of departure
date. To ensure equitable use of
the hotel, guests may not stay
more than 30 consecutive days or
register again within the follow-
ing 90-day period.
The Hale Koa Hotel in Waikiki,
(http://www.halekoa.com) opened
in 1975'. It's located at Ft.
DeRussy, a former U.S. Army
coastal battery fort that now
houses the U.S. Army Museum.
The hotels two towers have 817
guest rooms, The Point Fitness


Center, a military "exchange store,
a beauty/barber salon, a sundry
store, a banquet room, three
restaurants, a coffee cart, several
shops, a video arcade, and a tour
and travel center. It also features
tennis, racquet and handball
courts, three pools, a pool bar, a
hot tub, three snack bars, a jog-
ging trail, a playground, a sand
volleyball court, and picnic areas.
In addition to Bibas Bar and
the Warriors Lounge, available
evening entertainment includes
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10 JaxAllr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 31, 2005


Spring Break Camp keeps kids entertained

By Kaylee LaRocque-,..__ _"__ _
Staff Writer* :"


Sixty children spent
last week enjoying
the numerous activi-
ties organized by staff
members of the NAS Jax
Morale, Recreational and
Welfare Department Youth
Activities Center (YAC)
during the annual Spring
Break Camp.
The children participated
in several activities includ-
ing swimming at the base
indoor pool, bowling at
Freedom Lanes and a spe-
cial trip to Chuck E. Cheese
for some pizza and fun.
"While at the center, they
do art projects, play outside
when the weather cooper-
ates, play games in the
gym, use the computers
which are all connected to
the Internet, play
Nintendo, Sony
PlayStation, board games
and cards. We do our best to
keep them occupied," said
Claudia Christino, NAS Jax
YAC director. "We also take
them swimming, bowling
and on special field trips."
"I really like Spring
Break Camp. We get to go
swimming and to Chuck E.
Cheese to play in the jungle
gym and eat pizza. It's real-
ly a lot of fun here,"
remarked 9-year-old Briana
Flournoy, who is also in the
after-school program here
and has attended several
summer camps.
"I think the camp is real-
ly fun. We get to do a lot of
cool stuff and the coun-
selors are really nice,"
added 9-year-old Hypatia
Hodges.
Normally, the YAC is only
open before and after
school. However, with the
camp open each day from
6:15 a.m. to 6 p.m., a lot of
planning has to happen to
make it successful and
enjoyable for the kids. "We
have to coordinate sched-
ules and call the different
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Terrell Howell, 6, (left), and Sarah Carter, 11, play a game of Guess Who at the center.


Arts and Crafts Director Rosie Rosales helps a group of girls
make jewelry during last week's Spring Break Camp.


activities on base to ensure
they can handle our groups.
Everything is set up weeks
in advance before camp
starts. Once camp begins,
our staff members work
full-time in shifts. For our
summer camp we will hire
more staff members
because it's a much bigger
group of children. We are
required to have one adult
per 15 children," explained


Christino.
With school only in ses-
sion a couple more months,
the staff at the base YAC is
already gearing up for
Summer Camp 2005. "We
are holding registration for
our summer camp April 23
starting at 10 a.m. I recom-
mend people come early as
we are only registering 150
children, beginning with
active duty families first.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque


Seven-year-old Mia McNair (left) and 5-year-old Kyanna Stevens play a game of fooz ball at,
the Youth Activities Center during Spring Break Camp last Wednesday.


Summer camp packets are added.
now available," Christino For more information,


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at 778-9772.


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Seven teams

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in base

regatta

Fr m MWR
W ith a tremendous blast of the
signal cannon, the first
Memorial One-Design Re-
gatta (sailboat race) started March
19; in front of Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department's
Mulberry Cove Marina and the Navy
JaCksonville Yacht Club.
Seven teams using Flying Scots
were entered in the race as well as
tw'p Lasers that later dropped out.
04t of the seven teams, four of them
were from NAS Jacksonville and used
the MWR marina boats to compete.
After the best of five races ended
and the winners were announced, the
sailors enjoyed free food and refresh-
ments at the Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club. Coming in first was Donna
Mohr and Jon Hamilton from the
Rudder Club. Placing second were
Craig Newton and Rick Fitzgerald


Photo by Phil Collins
Gemma and Ted Jones sail their Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department's
Flying Scot to win third place in the first Memorial One-Design Regatta March 19.


from NAS Jax, followed by Gemma
and Ted Jones also from NAS Jax in
third.
The Memorial One Design series
consists of four regattas throughout
the summer to determine the 2005
grand champion. In each race, the
same make and model sailboats com-
pete against one another, with the
skills of the individual sailors setting


the winners apart. Race fees are $10
for the day's event and sailboats rent-
ed from Mulberry Cove Marina are
free with a Skipper "B" card or onsite
proof of knowledge.
The next regatta is April .9.
Contact the MWR Mulberry Cove
Marina at 542-3260 or Navy Jack-
sonville Yacht Club at 778-0805 for
details..


Local park announces outdoors events


By Leslie Roye
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
The Westside Regional Park
located across the NAS Jax
Main Gate is pleased to
announce their March and April
Ndturescope Programs.
Also, we are looking for volunteers
toparticipate in Project Feeder
Watch, which is a research and educa-
tion 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 windows on the west side of
the nature center.
So, what does a person do who par-
ticipates in the Feeder Watch? You
watch birds for as little as five min-
utes 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 popu-
lations. 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 papermaking chil-
dren's workshop.
The following events and work-
shops will be held at the park in
April:


Book Signing
Florida Butterfly Caterpillars
and Their Host Plants
April 2, 10 a.m.-noon
Marc Minno, noted butterfly expert
and author of five books on butter-
flies, will be conducting a book sign-
ing 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. Registration
required.
Hooray for Homeschoolers:
Swarm into Insects
April 15, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
Going buggy? Join us and learn
more about entomology, the study of
insects. We will participate in a bug
scavenger hunt, view bugs in the
field, and take a closer look at insects
under a microscope. Participants will
go off-trail, so please wear close-toed
shoes and bug repellent. Registration
required.
Nature Crafts: Art of Using
Recyclables
April 21, 10-11:30 a.m.


Join us in celebrating Earth Day by
creating art out of recyclables! We
have different projects you can create
using recyclable items from your own
household. Registration required.
Map and Compass Instruction
April 23, 10 a.m.-noon
Participants will learn to determine
bearings, how to set up travel loca-
tions on a map, and how to determine
bearings of travel locations. Each
team of two will work to find eight
locations in the park. Each partici-
pant must have a compass. Please
keep in mind that flat compasses are
best for map work. Participants
should wear appropriate clothing,
shoes, and bring bug repellent.
Registration required. Email John
Trow at johntrow3@juno.com.
For further information or to register,
call 573-2498.

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Photos by Phil Collins
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department
Mulberry Cove Marina is displaying various rental boats
in from of the NAS Jax Galley this week. Drawings for
fishing gear are being held daily. The first drawing was
held March 21. From left, Marina Recreation Aide
Michelle Baker, SN Briseno, SN Michael Bair and
Commodore of the Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club Steve
Spickelmier. Briseno won a fishing reel and Bair won a
fishing rod. For more information on renting boats from
the marina, call 542-3260.

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Another drawing was held last Thursday in front of the
NAS Jax Galley. From left, Mulberry Cove Marina
Recreation Aide Michelle Baker, AN Charles Burnett of
VP-30, AWAN Jennifer Baueittomeally of VP-30, SKC
Digatman of Joint Task Force Gitmo and Navy
Jacksonville Yacht Club Commodore Steve Spickelmier.
Burnett won a fishing rod and reel valued at $45.
Baueittomeally won a fishing reel valued at $35 and
Digatman won an outdoor recreation knife.


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critter ended up dangling upside down in the. netting of the bowsprit. The raccoon then
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rock climbing, snow board-
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climbing, or the ins 'and
outs of a rope challenge
course, then the Navy
MWR's newest Outdoor
Adventure Center has your
name on it.
You can find these excit-
ing centers at Dam Neck,
Va.; the Pacific Northwest;
San Diego, Calif.; or Pearl
Harbor, Hawaii. Obviously,
the activities offered by
each of these vary because
of locality, but they all focus
on the daring and the
extreme.
Steve Goodwin, director
of the Outdoor Adventure
Center (OAC) in Pearl
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the co-creator of the found-
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Center, located in Dam
Neck. He explains that to
be classed as an OAC, the
center must have qualify-
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state-of-the-art equipment,
and qualified staff. Staff
members must have expert-
ise in the area they staff, as
well as certain medical and
outdoor recreation certifica-
tions.
The OAC program at
Dam Neck (http://www.
mwroac.com), (the first of
the Navy's Morale, Welfare
and Recreation OAC pro-
grams) offers activities as
varied as a kayak roll clinic
to help you work on your
skills in a heated indoor
swimming pool, ski and


cave weekends, and week-
end backpacking trips
along the Appalachian
Trail. The Alpine Tower
Rope Challenge program,
which can be adjusted
between a half-day and two
days, helps build groups
into teams. Steve Joyner,
one of the guides for the
program, explains that all
guides must be Wilderness
First Responder qualified
to take a group anywhere
that is 30 to 45 minutes
away from emergency med-
ical attention. Guides lead-
ing rock or mountain climb-
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Mountain Guide Associ-
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Those of you in the
Pacific Southwest have the
opportunity to seek your
thrills at the San Diego
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programs, the San Diego
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activities by donating their
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Special Quarterly Bingo Program
April 2
Doors open at 11 a.m., games start at 12:30 p.m.
$95 tickets on sale now. Over $17,000 paid out for prizes.


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


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


Active Duty Appreciation Day
April 5
$10 cart and greens fee.
Retired / DoD Appreciation Day
April 7
$10 cart and greens fee.
Volunteer Work Day
April 11
Volunteers receive free lunch and two rounds of golf. Call pro shop for more info, 542-3249.

Swimming lessons
Ages six months adult, all levels.
Next session scheduled to begin April 4.
$30 / session
Call base gym for more info, 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 details, 542-2930.


Webster Flea Market
Visit the largest flea market in Florida and tour the National Veterans Cemetery.
April 18
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.
90 second free throw shoot out and NCAA Championship Game
April 4,6 p.m.
Spades Tournament
April 7, 7 p.m.
Last Buck BBQ
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April 16
$10


2005 Bass Tournament
April 16, first light
Entry forms available at Mulberry Cove Marina.
542-3260 for more information.
Mulberry Cove and Jax Yacht Club seeking sailing instructors. No experience required to
apply. For information, contact Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club at 778-0805.


For information on booking command or private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please
call the Officers' Club main office, 542-3041.


Fishing tournament coming up
From staff Mulberry Cove Marina at or e-mail Phil Collins at


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The tournament is limit-
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prize payout is guaranteed
80 percent, with 100 per-
cent of the Big Bass Pot
awarded. Approximately
$6,000 in cash prizes
awarded. Valuable door
prizes to include power
tools, gift certificates, fish-
ing rods and reels, outdoor
recreation knives, and
much more. Every angler
will receive a tournament
hat and/or T-shirt, sponsor
bag with promotional
items, and complimentary
food, beer and soda at the
weigh-in ceremony.
Tournament results will
be certified by the St. John's
BASS Anglers Club: estab-
lished in 1970, oldest feder-
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and the fifth oldest in the
country. The master of cere-
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Reef & Beef Buffet Dinner
April 1, 6:30 -9 p.m.
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.
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Wednesday night Karaoke
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Month of the Military Child Carnival
April 9, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Youth Activities Center
All ages welcome. Free rides and sno-cones.
For more info, call 778-9772
Summer Camp Registration
April 23, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Registration packets must be completed and turned in by April 20.
Fees based on total household income.
Call 778-9772 for details.


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The Navy Wives Clubs of America,
NWCA Jax No. 86 meets the first
Wednesday of each month. Meetings are
held in Building 612 on Jason Street at NAS
Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is
open 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
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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.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club gen-
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p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month
at the clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to
the Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters and
non-boaters are invited to attend. The Board
of Governors meeting is held the second
and fourth Thursday of each month. The
Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members only club
open to all active duty, reserves, retired mili-
tary and active and retired DoD civilians. For
more information, call 778-0805 or email
commodore @ njyc.org.
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.
Free Tuesdays at The Cummer Museum
of Art & Gardens beginning April 5 and
running through December, courtesy of
BellSouth. The museum is open to the pub-
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from 4 to 9 p.m. Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the historic river-
front gardens, view the museum's
Masterworks collection and special exhibi-
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museum's hands-on education center. For
more information, contact Maria Haynes at
899-6025.
An Orange Park Singles Dance is held
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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.
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across from the Orange Park Mall. Members
meet for playgroups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For information,
contact DeLynn at 317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommunity.com/
momsclub.
The Association of Aviation Ordnance-
men's meeting is held the third Thursday at
7 p.m. of each month at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For more informa-
tion, 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 Associ-
ation holds its monthly meeting on the
fourth Thursday each month at 5:30 p.m. at
the Jacksonville Urban League, 903 West
Union Street. Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
Parents Without Partners meetings are
held the second Wednesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, go to www.pwpnflorida.com.


The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X meets on the
first Wednesday of each month at 6:30
p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all those
interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together
at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7
p.m. every Friday night. For more informa-
tion, call 269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
Several Youth Fishing Derbies are com-
ing up. The first one is Saturday at Ronnie
VanZant Park. Other events are April 16 at
Crystal Springs Park, May 7 at Huguenot
Park, June 4 at Hanna Park and Aug. 20 at
Oceanway Park. All derbies run from 9 a.m.
to noon. A Youth Fishing Tournament will be
held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna
Park. For more information, call 573-4918.
The St. Augustine Spring Art & Craft
Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday
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 youngsters. For more information,
call Pam Pahl at (904) 823-9703.
The First Coast Black Nurses
Association, Inc. will hold their monthly
meeting April 9 at 11 a.m. at the AKA
Sorority House at 1011 West Eighth Street.
For more information, call Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Southern Genealogist's Exchange
Society, Jacksonville, will hold a joint
meeting with the Jacksonville Genealogical
Society April 16 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Willowbranch Library in Avondale. The pro-
gram will feature a multi-media presentation
by Rev. Ed Murfin on his search for and find-
ing of his great grandmother's grave in
Lancaster County, Pa., and his genealogical
research into Restless Legs Syndrome.
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.


Free beginners tennis clinic
Tennis Pro William Feliciano will be giving a free Tennis Clinic
April 9 for beginners at the Birmingham Tennis Courts. The clinic is
open to all authorized adults and children ages 10-13 gym patrons.
Call the Base Gym at 542-2930/3239 to sign up before April 7.
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 and
your time meets regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport Sports
Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min. Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min. Women 3 Hrs.
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REALTR- Cooperation Welcome 205 KB Home (KBH). Buyers at Briar Wood must be eligible under the St Johns County State Housing Initative Partnership. Restricons and mitaton apply. See sale representate for details. Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realoro a and register on first t nd comply with
- s..,,- aI i Realtor Co-op Agreementr Realtor Co-op does not apply at Samara Lakes-Biar Wood community In Sty Augustine. Floor plans, options, elevations and vews vary by u oemunrys w ftses and are not guaranteed. Ptrceaflens eubeet to change pitor sale, B omeata .and
mwHm predetermined options. Square footage is approximate. Photo shows upgraded landscaping and may not represent communites' owest-priced homes. Interior photos show decorator tmatfurnishings not available for purchase. Photo does not depict rcal prefer e. Future of a sen leeessu B to and
s U r c e noguaranteed. For imber CreekFlantaon, co Tim Shea, Thetokes Group, 225I St Johns Bluff d. Sourh, Jacksonv4e, FL 32248. (904) 645-003. For Samara Lakes, contact Wllam Budde, Land Deveo t Manger, K ome 0475 Fone SuIt ei, FL) 59. ReaeMlo
.wso.... fadlites at Adams Lake, Hawk's Pointe, Car lan Pointe and Daybreak Woods are prIvate to community. Golf co e and clubhouse at Cypress Lakes are pubrln Contin.ued sfoereservatoo nature preserve subect to change and I not guaranteed. See representative or details. CBC058298 JAX-3 ---





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Randall Court 731- 0213
S2 Bedroom loft on 2nd
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904-721-1466
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384-6151 Mon-Sat
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Large 1.,2 & 3 Bedrooms.
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ORANGE PARK 2BR 1.5BA
$530-$585 mo.
272-0837 DRG, INC.
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410 Condominiums
BAYMEADOWS -Lg. 3/2, flat,
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$1075mo. 904-268-4351
BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2
1475sf on river
$2000mo. 707-7047260
ICW/Near Monument
Oaks, 2br furn, $850m.
Dep & Ref's. 757-5397
ICW The Moorings
2/2.5, new kit, baths,
pnt, tile, cpt, & heat-
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2/2, fabulous ICW view,
attached gar. incl WD
frig & cable, $1295. Call
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4 1997 Larson Flyer 16'
bowrider 115 HP
Evinrude high perfor-
mance lower unit and
prop very fast
call (912) 258-0921 $4,000
A 959 N. Washington St.
3br, Iba. heat/air, fen'd
yard, 904-536-5511
ARGYLE 3/2, GREAT RM
Fplc, Scrnd Patio. Pet Ok.
Refs Req $995 778-2897
Argyle Forest 9078
Bridgecreek Dr 4/2, all
brick, backs up to lake,
$1350/mo
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270-1121 or 571-7177
ARL E. Ashley Woods.
4/2, nr elem. school,
fenc'd yd, deck, $1300
mo Call 904-545-7826
ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2
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GOLF & CC Uke New
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00mo. 904-859-9100
4/2, like new, close
great schools, $1450
10904-280-7900

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3BR/2BTH 1800 Sq ft
Home. New Corian
Kitchen countertops. 2
ar garage, many extras.
owner under PCS orders.
ph 576-2789


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420 Unfurnished
JCP AREA/FRUIT COVE.
3/2, grt n'borhd. all brk,
A+ Schls, scrn prch, fp,
alrm sys., many extras,
$1350mo. 904- 16-5199

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pond, culdesac, $1595
amen incl 904-333-7231
4 KENSINGTON
S3br/2ba 1525 st, 2
\ ,c. gar, new cpt/tile,
for PCS, no pets.
$1200/mo. Many
amenities, close to NS
Mayport. Call Matt
904-386-8693
M'BURG3/2/1 S/S fridge,
stove, avail 4/1. $950 +
1st & sec 904.819.9368


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420 Unfurnished

MURRAYHILL Cute Bun-
alow 2/2 /1 near prk
0850mo 1.727-376 3700
MURRAY HILL spacious
3/1, good n'hood, ch/a.
w/d ready, camp
remod., new apple's,
$900 mo 1st & last sec,
4332 Kingsbury St
904.5796729
N.E. JAX -Brand new
homes. RentJax.com
Call 904-465-7834
NEPT. BCH Almost
Oceanfront 3/2.5, like
new, fncd yd, lawncare,
garage. 904-241-5009
Neptune By The Sea
4/2 All Applc 2200sf
Close to the
beach/base $1500mth
246-3564 or 463-2399
4 NSIDE 4/2, 2000 sf,
/ brand new wood
S floors, tile comm
904pool, avail 5/15;
904-803.1477 PCS move


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420 furnished
N'SIDE Beautiful New TH
3/2.5 W/I/closets. 1 car
gar, pool, $1175m until .
917-797-5684

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Special, New 3/2, $1050m
904-910-1154/568-7106
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2, new,
w/d & refrig, avail,
$1250-$1295 264-1425
OP/Oakleaf Plant. New
3/2.5 Twnh w/gar. Amen.
1650sf. $500 off 1st mo.
$1190m. 215-996-0883

OP Fleming Island,
brand new condo, 3/2.5
single car gar, golf
course, pools, lots of
amen sites, $1200 moo
904-269-6757
SOP Oakleaf Planta-
tion, new 3/2.5 town-
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pool club amenities
$500 off 1st mo $11175mo.
215 996-0883 (c)
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7571 Cliff Cottage
3/2 1485SF $995

7782 Macdougall Dr.
3/2 1425SF $950

9594 Croxley Court
4/2 1745SF $1125

7819 Loch Lomond
3/2 1781SF$995

8136 Coralberry Ln E
3/2 1187SF $825

8202 Loch Seaforth
3/2 11100SF $795

ARUNGTON
11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $850
ICW
13198 Ebbtide Court
3/2 19405F $1125

1843 Willesdon Dr.
3/2 19805F $1325


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8601 Beach Blvd.
#1105
3/2 1481SF $995
INCLUDES
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$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!

12480
Heathegate Ct.
3/2 1902SF $1195
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!

ORANGE PARK
2723 Secret Harbor
3/2 1268SF $850
1442 Conestoga Ct.
3/2 1516SF $875

2757 Secret Harbor
3/2 14494SF $945

473 Crabapple CL
Unit B
2/1.5 9005F $575


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MAYPORT 4412 Deer Valley Dr.
2125 Fairway Villas 3/2 1570SF $995
3/2 912SF $775 $500 OFF IST
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4443 Windergate Dr.
2/2.5 12805F $750

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2903 Biloxi Trail
.1/2 1635SF $975


593 Radnor Lane
3/2 1296SF $875

8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925


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OP SOUTH 3/2, 2 car
$975mo. 1st/last + $600.
dep. 1857 Creekbank Dr.
No Pets. 264-4970
OP-Townhse 2/2.5.
fridge, d/w, new cprt,


OP-Townhse 2/2.5,
fridge, d/w. new cprt,
Sool & courtyd,
800m+$700d p
904-269-0563
ORANGE PK lux TH in
Chatham Woods nr NAS
Jax. OP Mall & more.
3/2.5, 1729sf. gar huge
master suite, e the 1st
to live In this brand
new hm. $1400mo.
Avail now. 904-370-0426
PACE ISLAND gate
comm. 4/2, LR, FR, DR.
Fpl. $1500mo 269-8100
PALENCIA New 4/3 w/ofc
& Guest Ste on crnr lot.
$2500m w/$300sec. dp
904-829-6885/477-1118
PVB Oakbridge 3/2 Patio
home. New contemp kit
& baths, lighted bkyrd
w/decking. Avail 4/1
$1350m+dp. 904-285-2476
Riverside 2912 Reming-
ton 3/2 1800 sf. Irg yrd,
$1100 mo, Mark
(401)338-1504
SOUTHSIDE/ORANGE PARK
Norton Property Mgmrt.
904-868-2754
SOUTHSIDE 3/1, 1200sf
homes, in culdesac by
river, $885-$1250
310-938-3654
SOUTHSIDE 9745 Touch-
ton 2/2 TH Located at
I1 Villaglo, 287-4375
S'SIDE -3/1. good area.
$750m, NO SMOKING.
Pets possible. 733-2155
ST. JOHNS CO. Brand new
in Heritage Landing 4br.
$1395m. lyr lease.
Comm. pool/recreation.
Avail now. Call 223-6443
1605 Map Makers Way.
ST. MARY'S TWNHSE
2BR/1.5BA, $500m.
904-223-1809
WINDSOR PK 3/2,
2200sf, 4058 Windsor
Pk Dr. E. $1700 716-3845
Fn WOODBINE Spacious,
S3/2, billiards room
,lw/table. Formal LR,
W DR fenc'd yd, appi's,
PCS $1150, military dis-
count. 912-729-3057
WS/103rd- 3/1.5, LR, DR,
FR, new ch/a, scr. patio,
fncd yd No Smk/pets
or HUD. $875m 777-5955
W'SIDE- 3/2,1 car gar,
fenced yard, off
Collins Rd OP 783-2817
W'SIDE 6636 Aline Rd, 2/2
A/C Unit, Xtra Irb gar,
$900m. 904-759-6612
425 Manufactured
Homes




430 Roommates
S BLOCKS FROM JU
| 3br/2ba, inground
,lpnools, garage &
carport, fireplace.
central air/heat, utili-
ties split 1/3. Contact
Robert Meggs
904-234-3652
SFERNANDINA BCH
Roommate wanted
1for 3/2. $350mo.
until. incl. Security
Deposit negotiable.
904-277-80261 v msg.
Roommate Wanted
Fernandina Beach, 3/2
0IL $350m util. incl.
secure dep neg
9'4-277-8026 Iv msg
4, ROOMMATE
WANTED furn
Beach 3br/2ba
$350mo. utilities
ncl. security deposit
neg. 904-2878026
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
Cbl, ph, w/d. allutil incl.
$100wk+sec. dp 388-3075

43.5 Rooms
3 to Rent
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
w/Micro, Refrig
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343

ATL BCH Share a house
NSAlI Util incl.
$600m0 904-246-8265
, Kingsland Home
I 1 acre, Private lot
Master, $550.00 other
$450.00 utilities
include Broadband internet,
cable Available 4/1/05 Call
910 -740 -6444
MURRAY HILL Cable,
newly remod, $350/mo.
612-2468 or 387,6526
SRoom in private home
$400 mo + util. North-
tL side, cable, wash,
pond in backyard. Call
232-2640 ext 120
SAN MARCO room for
rent. Reas. price, Seri-
ous only 608-0139

W'SIDE all util's incl'd,
$400 mo. Call 449-6446
BeachB
440 Vacation/
Resorts
2/2 FULLY FURN House
on Hampton Lake. 7 mi.
S of Starke off US301
$700wk. 352- 468- 2703
Oceanfront-Homhes &
condo's. From $500/wk
All South Realty 241-4141
www.allsouthrealty.com

442 Beach Home
Rentals
PALM COAST/AlA. Lrg
2/2 w/Den, gar, ten, pool,
bch/intercoastal. $1400m
904-654-5976/262-5584




Commercial

Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial!
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent


Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
Busch Business Ctr. 1200
- 12,000sf. new prof ofc/
display warehse bldg.
I- 95 frontage, near 1.295
9A North 904.716.4713

REGENCY AREA -
New O Wrhse, 100SF-
Call 813-6242

515 Office Space
For Rent

2 NEW OFFICE CONDOS
1126-22S2 SF.
St. Johns Bluff& Bch Blvd.
Call (904) 343-9604






Financial
550 Business
Opportunities
5W5 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold

550 Business
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ABCLAUNDRY.com
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HAIR SALON
$45k obo Serious inquir-
les only 904-626-9470
Uquor Li cense 4COP Duval
County $200,000
Call (904) 631-6917

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

565 Money to Lend
or Borrow

FORECLOSER BAIL OUT
Call Mark
904-233-4231


700 Domestic
HOUSEKEEPER/CAREGIVER
Baymeadows area.
Honest, Dependable,
Good Ret's. 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
ACCOUNTANT PO.S
Aviation FBO.
Prof. cust. svc. oriented.
Call 904-317-6550


707 Driver
AUTO PARTS
DELIVERY DRIVER w/
warehouse duties.
Entry level. $7.50hr.
Apply inpersonat The
Parts House 10321 For-
tune Parkway Bldg 400
Drug Free workplace.

CDL Class A DrIver
Local Haul, Home Daily.
Call 904.424.0817


Company Drivers
$1000 Sign on Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on bonus*
WANTEDI Drivers w/
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Medical Dental 401k
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DRIVER- CDL A Lic
required. Local deliv-
eries, forklift exp a
plus. Good benefits, pd
vacation. Green Cove
Springs.
1-904-284-6630


Sttl TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg
Dedicated $800-up 2
yrs OTR. 813-267- 0023

Education and DRIVERS
rJacksonville Florida
Training Valid Class B Drivers
SPrivateInstruction License. We off com-
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605 schools mission & benefit
61 Specialty Training/ package. Experience
Events preferred but will train
the right candidates.
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60w_ Gaylord 904-378-8000.
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and other publications.
$160wk-$200wk. Must
have dependable
vehicle, ins. and able to
work early AM. Call toll
free 1-800 515-8000,
Mon.- Fri. 7am- 3pm.
PRODUCE ROUTE DRIV-
ERS Above avg pay.
Class B lic, clean
record. 5am- 1pm daily.
Please call 757-2963
REDI -MIX DRIVERS
NEEDED. Green Cove
Springs area. Great pay
& benefits. Hvy truck
exp. req'd. Will train for
Redl-Mix. $600 Sign on
Bonus. Call 904-449-6968
ROUTE DRIVER- CDL
class A/B. Hazmat to
deliver compressed gas
cylinders. Permanent
position with full
medical & pension
Apply in person Strate
Welding Supply 29 S.
McDuff Ave Jax Florida
TRUCK DRIVER/CONCRETE
TRAINEE Bobcat Operator
Class A CDL $14
/hr/benf 262-9985 EOE

Earn $800-$1000/wk.
Company provided CDL
training. School
graduates welcome.
all AMG 866-374-0764
TRUCK DRIVERS
Revenue + weekends
home. Growing com-
pany needs 0/0 and
company drivers. Run
primarily southeast.
Competitive pay,
weekly settlements.
Kelly TrckIng
Recruiting. 800-821-0144
WHEELCHAIR DRIVERS
Must know city well &
be able to travel. DFWP
N/S. Apply at 2144
Rosselle St. Ask for Mr.
Allen or Mr. Taylor.
No phone calls.
YARD DRIVERS F/T Must
have Class A CDL. Apply
in person at 1 Imeson
Park Blvd. or call
(904)751-8531. SLS is an
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710 Industrial/
710 Trades

ALARM SERVICE TECH
Exp'd In CCTV, Access &
Fire. Top pay. Co.
vehile%,dbenu & flex
schedule.
Call Jeff 356-1111 xll
ALARM TECHNICIAN
Position avail, exp.
required Call 620-7233
CARPENTER HELPERS
/HANDYMAN- remodel
exp South Jax
321-662-8571
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
framing exp. W'side, &
OP areas, transp. nec.,
steady work. Subcon-
tractors Welcome
759- 9329 or 781. 9433
CAURPNTIER & HELPERS
Lead carpenter/Franeris
for Custom Homes
Easy going Co. DL.
Trans. tools req. Paid
vac & Holidays. 707 4648

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CDL OPERATOR
2 yrs exp good MVR.
reat pay. Cal 237-2824

WORKING
SUPERVISOR
Concrete exp., drivers
lic. D, good record. $10
/hr. medical, dental,
vision, vacation, 401K,
holiday. Call 888-340-3922
CONCRETE FORM
CARPENTERS, CARPENTER
HELPERS, & LABORERS
for high-rise construc-
tion in Jacksonville
area. Call 904-237-1266.
CONSTRUCTION SITE
CLEAN-UP. Class D' Lic.
req'd. FT, good bnfts.
904-786-5503
DECORATIVE CONCRETE
INSTALLERS needed.
Will train. Must have
wont trans & valid DL.
Call Jan 553- 5857

DRYWALL FINISHERS
Must have experience,
tools, & transportation,
top pay. 386-431-1044
Drywall Touch-up Man
Residential, Tools Transpor-
tation Required 757-7333
ELECTRICIAN, JOURNEY-
MEN & HELPERS
exp. pref'd Gd
pay & benefits. DFWP
Call 904-272-0272
ELECTRICIAN MIn 4 yrs
service exp. Top pay.
Health dental comp
vehicle. DFWP 620- 0081
EXPERIENCED FIBER-
GLASS Workers & Boat
Builders needed! Call
904-270-0589 or apply
in person 709 Tall-
eyrand Ave. Unit-D
Jacksonville,FI. 32202

WORKING
SUPERVISOR
Fencing exp., drivers lic.
D, good record. $10/hr
medical, dental vision
vacation, 401K, holiday.
Call 888.340.3922
FORKUFT DRIVER-
lumber experience
prefd. Apply in person
Carolina Lumber
575 Phelps St.
FRAMERS, CARPENTER &
HELPERS.
Call 545- 4930,721- 9921

INDUSTRIAL
MAINT. TECH
Allstate Steel Co. is now
hiring Ind. Maint. Techs.
Electrical exp req'd.
DrugFree. EOE. Call
904-781-6040 x249
(Days) or 904-838-9283
(Nights)
INSULATORS, Navy Work
Journeymen Appren-
tices-Immed. open-
ings avail w/Top pay,
wi train. EOE/Drug
Free Workplace 249-2428


MACHINIST -1st Class
Besco Inc. 783-4504
S MASON TENDERS
@12/hr start Job at
Merrill Rd Elem 226-3030
MIG WELDERS
w/mechanical exp. Good
pay & bnfts.727-0008
or fax resume 399-1076
PAINTERS & HELPERS
NEEDED DL & vehicle
a must. Experience
pref'd. 696-9016
PAINTERS exp'd, Orange
Pk & Julington Creek;
transp nec. 759-9892
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For new construction
Crockett Plumbing.
904-387-0176 DFWP.
EXPERIENCED ROOFER
NEEDED ASAP.
Exp. in all applications a
plus. TrucK/Tools A Must
$18.00 an hour- Plus
Benefits. 904-219-0745
SHUTTER INSTALLERS
(ROLLAWAY) will train
to install. Need truck &
tools. Earn Top $$.
FT, year round work.
1-.88-765-2929
STORM PROTECTION
INSTALLER Earn while
you learn. 641-7010
STUCCO FIELD SUPERVISOR -
Exp'd only. Call for
interview 724-1637
TRAFFIC SIGNAL TECH-
NICIAN Clean CDL, Drug
Free. Keystone Heights.
Travel EOE 800.939 7711
TREE TRIMMERS
for Davey Tree. CDL
Orange Park & Green
Cove Springs.Great pay.
Great ob! Bnfts. 401K
EOE/ DFWP
Toll Free 800-330-4694
WAREHOUSE PERSON
with electrical material
exp. Clean driving
record. 744-4446


711 Marine 712 Mechanic 712 Mechanic
TIRE CHANGER H a tu
Tugboat Captains, Exp in Bus or Truck tires. Heavy truck
Engineers, Night shift. F/T posi-
tion in Jacksonville. Call mechanic
Able Bodied Seaman, Ms. Ringo 80-8204428 Tarmac America is
& Ordinary Seaman. seeking diesel preven-
Immediate positions tatIve maintenance
available for U.S.C.G. A mechanic. Great pay,
Licensed and Docu- AUTO excellent benefit pkg.
mented Mariners. TECHNICIANS Apply in person
Positions also available Immediate openings 6 Greenl
for experienced for dependable 268-8132
lamshell Crane technicians at all
Operators three Saturn loca- MECHANICS
Applicants can apply to: tions. Must be able to large National Solid
Weeks Marine, Inc. work in a fsct aed Waste Company is
4 Commerce Drive, work in a ast pace looking for experi-
cranford.NJ 07016 service environment, enced Mechanics for
Attn: Crew Coordinator, Must have own tools. their Jacksonville, FL
Ph: 908-272-4010, Great benefits, Qreat locations. Diesel
EEO/M/F/V/D opportunity with hydraulic, and welding
room to advance. experience a plus. Pay
Apply in person. is based on experience.
712 Mechanic son. Benefits include:
72 Mechanic S rnOF Medical dental. Vision,
_SA--OF F Disability, 401K, paid
N sick days paid vaca-
ORANGE PAK tion. olida ay.
ASE CERTIFIED MECH- CtIonIhoid
AStn diesel and gaso- 779 -0071 Company will train the
Right people. Apply at
line exp wanted to care SATR O 28 Morgan Ave, or
for small fleet of avia- SATU S 86O19 Western Way or
tion ground support FE AVENUES call 545-0140
building and grounds
maint.. Must have own 262 -7145 SMALL ENGINE MECH.
accepted T & W only v w/AC. Sal+bonus. Bch
Apply to: Craig Air SARIN O Blvd. Call 904641.2922
center. /n.c855-14SSt RRC TrV 'A
D .iN EIN'Y


Jonns Bluf Roa. No
phone calls. DFWP

SEMI- TRL/CONT/CHASSIS


725-8200
Must have good
driving record and
valid Florida drivers
license. EOE Drug free
workplace.


714 Insurance


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

POSITION OFFERS:

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

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

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


KEY BUICK CO.
4660 Southside Blvd


Pearson Educational Measurement, a division of Pear-
son Education, is a leader in providing high quality
testing solutions for a broad range of users, and in
large-scale project and logistics management for U.S.
test publishers and state departments of education.
Qualified candidates must have a minimum of a
four-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


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Monday-Friday Only
9:00 am-2:00 pm
or
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www.careermappinq.com/pemiobs
or call 1-877-PEM-JOBS






6225 Lake Gray Blvd Suite 2
Jacksonville, FL 32244
www.pearsonedmeasurementcom/psc
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


Engineering Drafter
Technical drafting work in preparing plans,
maps, drawings, sketches, and other
illustrative materials in architectural,
topographic, civil engineering or related
fields using computer- aided and
conventional drafting methods.


Firefighter
Protective service work at the entry level in
extinguishing fires, and responding to
emergency medical calls, hazardous
materials incidents, and other emergencies.


Librarian
Professional librarian work at the graduate
level in research and reference services,
collection development and maintenance,
developing and conducting programs, con-
ducting reader's advisory, cataloging, and/or
supervising clerical staff and/or volunteers.




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 appointment will be given to
eligible veterans and eligible spouses.


714 Insurance

BREAK THE
$75K BARRIER
WE OFFER THE OPPOR-
TUNITY TO REACH $75K
TO $100K FIRST YEAR
INCOME
*WE PROVIDE FREE
PRE-SET APPTS. NO
PROSPECTING
'WE ADVANCE 1ST YEAR
COMMISSIONS
*WE GET LARGE
MONTHLY BONUSES
*WE TAKE TRIPS ALL
OVER THE WORLD
*WE GET RENEWALS
READY FOR AN
EXPLOSIVE CAREER
CALL: 332-0716


715 Management/
7 ^3 Professional

LEASING PROFESSIONAL
National Company
seeking leasing pro-
fesslonal for luxury
apartment community.
Competitive salary
package including
benefits. Please apply
i n p e r s o n
Monday-Friday, The
Club at Danforth, 3701
Danforth Drive, Jax, FL
32224. Or fax resumes
to 223-SO6. E.O.E.
New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corm.


sat


Lake Butler Hospital
ER ADMISSIONS CLERK FT
PHYSICAL THERAPIST PRN
RADIOLOGY
TECHNOLOGIST PRN
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST Fr
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
(386) 49642323,
FAX (386)496-1611
Lake Butler Hospital
CARPENTER-Ff
Renovation work interior/
exterior. Cabinetry exp.
req'd. Excellent opp'y;
Great salary & benefits.
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
(386)496-2323,
FAX (386)496-1611
Medical Receptionist
Needed F/T call
384-5385.
OPTICIAN &
OPTOMETRIC ASST.
Non lic. M-F, exc ben-
efits. 401k & competi-
tive salary, Mandarin
loc. Vicki 262-2249
PA/ANRP- experienced
for busyfamily prac-
tice in Mandarin fax
resume 262-7254



To provide medical
oversight of psychiatric
patients at inpatient
crisis stabilization
facilities.
FT Days and on- call
responsibilities.
Forrmoilirifo,
please call 743-1883.
Apply pes
0(9a0m 4p., IF 8ly
or maN resume to RBHS,
900 Univelity Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Foor),
Jacsovlle, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109.,
EOE/A'Drug Free Workplace

i RBHS has rthe following
opporrunities uvailaole
immediately to people who
want to10 make a diferernce
;n1helies of Oiamer:
Charge RNs Great
Differential
FT Evenings, Nights.
No Weekends required.
Mental Health
Techs
PT Weekends. PRN.
direct care
Security Officer
5a 5p. days on,
7 days off
Case Managers.
Adults
BA/BS In Human Ser.
vices field. Entry level.
For more inlo,
please 3all 74 31883.
FT positions offer benefits.
PRN. RNs and LPNs. MHTs
always welcome
Apply in person
(9a.m. 4 IL, M F only) or
mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville FL3221L
Fax resume to 7435109.I
EOE, A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE
Transportation
S wheelchair, only
< weighs 18 Ibs folds
S like lawn chair Excel-
lent condition, $ 50.00
(904) 781-7076

723 Dental
DENTAL/ORTHO ASSIS-
TANT- Busy growing
Orthodontic practice in
Jacksonville area seeks
an exp assistant to Join
our freindly staff. Ortho
exp preferred. Excel-
lent salary + benefits
package. Fax resumes
(904)725-6986

724 Education

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

725 Office/
Clerical
Admin Asst-M-F. Expd
with prof. phone skills,
busy office,multi task
abilities.Unlv./Beach
Blvd. area.$8.00/hr -up
Call Judy 813-9462.
73 Professional/
730 Personal
Services
BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'les. Top
wages, bonuses. bnfts.
Clientel provided.
SUPERCIJTS S'side. new
St. Johns Town Ctr:
Angle 723-3713. Tammy
620.0472; Jax Beach,
Susie 273-2888; W'slde.
Brandl 786-3547

DAN DData
7 Processing

needed for Immediate
opening for our Jack-
sonville office. Install
and maintain ADSL
routers and modems.
Qualified candidates.
please email your
res u m e s to:
klm@cybemation.net

735 Restaurants/
735 Hotels

Bartender &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033





NEEDED
CALL 757-7370


735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

DANCERS DANCERS
Jacksonville's Biggest
Gentleman's Club
Day/Night Available
GOLD CLUB
645-5500
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will traln-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
Experienced
Bartenders and Watstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar In Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Into: 64- 5500

Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorlman, Cook & DJ
Call 399-1110

WAITSTAFF: Private Club
Atlantic Beach. Drug
Free Workplace.
FT\beneflts\flex sched
Avg inclusive wage $11
$14. 246-4827.

737 Real Estate

4 Bent Creek Home 4/2
2420 sf $ 223,900 904
.11317-0662 or www. by
owner corn 62149
S,4 Br 2 B Screened/
SCarpeted porch
.1$ 108,000 2 car garage,
Dout door storage Bldg,
1305 sq ft Ready to move in
139 Royal Circle /Kingsland

740 Retail
FLORAL SUPPLY MART
Home Decor's St. Johns
Town Center, is hiring
for Floor Supervisors &
Designers. Fax resume
to 904-642-9287

745 Sales

Fosr eusrEaer.
Owner Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
Call Keith 783-8385

750 Technical/
7 Engineering
AUTOCADD DESIGNER-
10 yrs min exp.
Fax resume 737-5603

752 Warehouse

FORKLIFT DRIVERS
certified & exp'd, F/T
for Southside Co. Apply
at 4030 Phillips Hwy.

753 Security
SECURITY MANAGER-
Must have class D & MB
license. Salary + Car
allowance. Must have
previous mgmt exp. Fax
resume 7am-3pm
904-215-3142
SECURITY OFFICERS
Class D License
904-215-3144, 334-1207
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL: 1.888 398-8903
wwwspecialresponse.om

755 Miscellaneous
CABINET/ SERVICE
PERSON- Exp'd. FT.
Drug Free. Call Ray at
Premier Windows &
Cabinets 262-2525x28
CHILD CARE pre K.2 and
Pre K-4 TEACHER -CDA
Connie or Terri 786- 5952
CLEANERS Residential,
up to $9.50/hr. Car
required. F/T M F. Days
only 730 7201
EXP'D HOUSEHOLD
MOVERS Call Perry
904-591-7611
FLOOR STRIPPING
S9,'hr with advance.
ment opply's. FT night
aiork Will train Must
have vehicle 880-5436
FLOOR TECH,' HOUSE-
KEEPING POSITION PT
3p.7p FT- in July) and a
F T 7 : 3 0a 3 : 3Op
Groundskeeping posi
lion ror Bishop John
Snyder H.S Salary
$8.$8.50 depending on
exp contact Lou
Pereira 771-1029


To perform general
housekeeping and light
janitorial diutle at Souin.
side and Normniiae 3acili
ties. Exp. in healthcare
setting pref. FT n.'oer.
efits Rotare- weekends.
Apply In person
(am- 4pM-F only)
or all resuI=e to
RUNS, Human Resouces,
900 Unveirsiy Blvd. Nurth,
SuIte 700(7th Floor,
Jasonville FL 3221L
For more info call 743 18M3.
For directions ext 2.
Fax resume to r43 5109.
EOL'A Drug Free Workolace
INSTALLER FT to Install
truck accessories and
spray In bedliners, will
train right person to
spray. M. F Call 908.5337
JANITORIAL -F/T. All
shifts. Cleaners &
Supervisors. 306 0050
Lawn MaintL PT with Exp.
Transportation req.
$8/hr to start 928.3271
POOL SERVICE TECH
Bright, Energetic, Resp
hard working. Great
Hrs. Quick advance-
ment. Valid DL & clean
record req. Exp pref but
not nec. Call 4492055
PROJECT COORDINATOR/
PURCHASING for ig
commercial landscape
co. Fax resume
260-0833,
call 260-0811

Receptionist/Sales Asst.

NIMNICHT
CADILLAC
SAAB
Is looking for a
Receptionist/Sales
Assistant to
handle calls for
the dealership as
well as work with
the Sales Associ-
ates assisting
them in their role.
The right candi-
date must be pro-
fessional, orga-
nized, detail
oriented, have
GREAT Customer
Service Attitude
and have the
ability to
multi-task. Must
be able to work
with Microsoft


products.


EOE/Drugfree

SSeeking Nanny. Pay
Negotiable, Call
SI Kathryn for Details at
-(904)284-7100 Between
9am-Spm leave message
after hours.

SERVICE PERSON
To set up and maintain
equip on constr. sites.
Detailed paperwork,
must have a good
driving record. Benefits
provided. Start $9.20/hr
An EEO Employer.
1241 Haines Street
Call 904-350-6888.


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,
i(904) 260-1818 Fax (904) 886-7768.
S www.rlv ergarden.org
Drug Free Workplace.


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A weekly look at the automotive market


Some might say the new Audi A6 has a
face only a mother could love.
Others might say it's totally
redesigned looks win by a nose.
Whatever you make of the new "trape-
zoidal design of the single-frame radiator
grille" as Audi calls it, the top-to-bottom
grille puts a new face on the popular
German mid-size sedan. And look for it to
grace every future Audi as it becomes the
new corporate look, much like every BMW
has twin kidney grilles.
But the grille is only part of the story.
After years of presenting Teutonic sedans
seemingly carved out of rounded blocks of
steel, Audi's designers have added some
real tension to the new A6's looks outside,
and added wheelbase to offer rear seat pas-
sengers a nicer place to live during a drive
to the Alps, or Wal-Mart.
But first, that grille. It's actually an
upper and a lower divided by a buff gray
piece trimmed in alloy, as is the trape-
zoidal surround. The new grille sticks out
proudly, becoming the nose cap of a more
powerfully rounded power dome hood.
The headlights look like the Volkswagen
Phaeton's, wrapping around the front fend-
ers over alloy-trimmed lower grilles with
inset fog lights. A character line runs off
the headlight edges to follow the curve of
the beltline over alloy-accented door han-
dles before tapping the tips of the tail-
lights. Another line adds some tension
under the door handles, while a swoosh
above the door sill angles up to stylize the
doors. The roof line is low-slung, the rear
window almost a fastback as it reaches the
tail. Seven spoke alloy wheels wear
P245/40ZR18-inch Michelin radials.
The overall look continues the precision
design of all Audis in recent years, but
with more verve.
You don't need a key, or even to tap the
key fob to get inside. That is because the
key fob's transmitter sends a signal to a
sensor in the front doors and unlocks it as
soon as you touch the handle. Once
ensconced in the comfortably firm, support-
ive gray leather bucket seats with eight-
way power (and three memory presets for
the driver,) hold the brake pedal and tap
the "engine start" button on the center con-
sole. The key stays in the pocket, although
there is a real key on it, and a real ignition
key hole if you don't want to fiddle with
buttons.
The interior was dark gray over light
gray with dark wood and buff alloy inlays.
We liked the accent lighting at night, white
LED's under the doors to show you where
puddles are, and more in all four footwells.
The driver can power, tilt and telescope the
four-spoke steering wheel, whose upper
spokes house thumb-wheel controls that
can be spun and clicked to access basic
radio/CD functions. Behind the wheel is a
redesigned dash cowl that bulges slightly
over two teardrop-shaped gauges, the right
housing a big 170-mph speedometer and
gas gauge, the left a 8,000-rpm tach and
temperature gauge. In between, the stan-
dard red-lit Audi/VW trip computer with
stereo station, song information and out-
side temperature, or a multi-configurable
trip computer with fuel mileage, etc. A but-
ton on the upper left spoke toggles beween


the two functions, while the cruise control
sits somewhat hidden under the left stalk.
The top center of the dash is dominated
by a large seven-inch flat-screen monitor
that displays the satellite navigation,
stereo, CD and driver control functions by
using Audi's version of BMW's i-Drive.
Called the Multi Media Interface (MMI),
it's a big alloy knob with four adjacent sub-
menu buttons on the center console behind
the six-speed automatic gearshift, sur-
rounded by eight more main menu buttons
for the stereo, climate control, navigation
system, navigation update, telephone and
car information setting.
The AM-FM-XM Satellite-six disc CD
stereo with BOSE Surround Sound was
superb. And the dual zone automatic cli-
mate control with vents all over the place,
even on the B-pillars for the back seat pas-
sengers, cooled and heated well. Overhead,
a HomeLink garage door transmitter and
Audi's well-known twist-a-position sunroof
dial.
Open the wide rear doors and you will
find lots of head and leg room for two
adults thanks to the wheelbase stretch,
with a big center console with shallow cup
holders and a first aid kit filling its storage
area. The rear seats split And fold to open
the large trunk (with cargo nets) even fur-


other.
The 2005 A6 can be had with a 3.2-liter,
255-hp V-6 or our 6,400-mile-old test
model's 335-hp, 4.2-liter V-8 with 310 foot-
pounds of torque. Power is controlled
through a Tiptronic six-speed automatic
transmission that can be shifted up or
down, or put into "Sport" mode for less
time between shifts. Thanks to quattro all-
wheel-drive standard, there was no wheel-
spin as all four tires grabbed and launched
with a sporty engine note and smooth
shifts to 60 mph in 6 seconds. Throttle tip-
in at low speeds could be abrupt, but
smoothed out as speed increased. We also
got an OK average 17 mpg.
Our car had the Sport suspension, which
made for a firm ride over bumps, some-
times choppy on rougher stuff, although
the system neatly buffered the worst of the
harshness out. Toss it into an off ramp and
the car remains flat and secure, the all-
wheel-drive neutralizing, most understeer.
Play harder, and you will get some under-
steer, but add power and the rears help the
car out. The brake pedal offered short trav-
el to engagement, slightly touchy at low
speeds. But our A6 stopped straight and
sure with minimal nose dive time and time
again, with no face even after repeated
hard use. A head curtain airbag system,


plus side airbags are included.
The base price for the V-6 A6 is $40,900,
while our 4.2-liter V-8 model started at
$50,500. That includes standard quattro
permanent all-wheel drive; alloy wheels;
brake assist; bi-xenon adaptive headlights;
full-size spare tire; electronic stabilization;
power tilt/telescope steering wheel; power
windows, mirrors and door locks; leather
seats; cruise control; front and side air
bags; alarm, fog lights and an inflatable
head air cushion. Options were limited to a
$1,500 sports package with 18-inch alloy
wheels, front sports seats, sport suspension
and performance tires; a $1,500 satellite
navigation system; $1,300 advance Bose
sound system with XM Satellite Radio; and
the $750 Advanced Key. With destination,
the manufacturer's suggested retail price
was $56,270.
Bottom line sporty, quietly beautiful,
and very well-mannered.
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. A longer version of this
revie4o and past reviews can befseen on jack-
sonville.com's "Autos" link.


Botn photos by van scanlan/special
The new Audi A6 has more sculpted, inviting interior design, with
wood and alloy accents. The center console features the MMI -
Multi-Media Interface which is an alloy knob with menu buttons. It
allows the driver or passenger to access stereo, satellite navigation
and other functions.


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955 Household
955 Furniture
Complete Double
Bedroom Set
including Mattress
and Foundation
Darakoak and Brass EC
$250 firm call Jeff
226-2450
gl Couch & love seat
Slight Beige with soft
country colored
stripes & 4 matching
Pillows Exc condition
$ 150.00 778-4669
Such & Loveseat
SMatching, 3 pc, table
set & recliner, exc


a COUCH AND
TLOVESEAT T 300
c Little Tikes Kan-
garooPlay Gym
$30; Call 912-510-0595
4 Couch with built In
SRecliner mint con-
15bdltion $195 OBO
Two synthetic
leather Recliner Chairs
$ 45 ea OBO 282-8665
D ay Bed w/bundle &
S 2 mattresses $200 Call
269-0782
4 DAY BED with
trundle and 2 mat-
ti/ tresses $200. Call
269-0782
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE w/9 8
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet.
New In box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2150. 737-1764
42 DINING ROOM -
SOak table, bench,
Schrs, $550. China
cabinet, $150. BR
set, $375 obo.
Call 406-4199
GLASS COFFEE TABLE
4 w/metal frame,
4n like new $75.
Call (904) 868-3075
4 Hide -A- Bed counch,
solid black Queen size
bed Inside, must sale
before move only
$150.00 call 576-9827
INFANT Changing
Table good con-
i, ition, $45. Call
221-8749
Keller solid oak din-
S7ning room set 6 chairs
_lJChrna Hutch $2,000
OBO 8214774
KENMOORE Washer &
42 Dryer in good shape
White both ran fine
Call Troy 291-763170
series Kenmoore
4 KIngsize Water-
Sbed waveless
softside. fits
regular king
sheets. Includes metal
frame, thermostat
heater, box support,

SLighted Glass Front
4 China cabinet w/base
_I1 matching dining table
w/6 chairs. All linens
for table incl. $600 270-7990
2 Master Bedroom
SSuite, Ivory
x w/marble top
queen bed. Night-
stand Armoire
Dresser Mirror. Good
cond. $900. 272-4208
Moving Kenmore washer
/dryer $375- white wash
Ent Ctr. $500. paid
$1100. Sofa w/ chaise
lounge 4mo old. forest
green $600. paid $900;
ust. driftwood lass
top coffee table $350/
paid $800. Sony 32" TV
$350. Everything In
excel, cond. 993.1448
4 Oval dining room
T table w/4 High-
S|back chairs. Multi
colored/teal/blue/
pink/on black $ 75 call
904 7714669
SPatio Table w/6 dchai
S & cushions. Good
cond, $150 215-9037
a Pine china cabinet
/ 48"X70"X11"$175 Golf
Slubs Ram gold with
bag 3-pin putter Driver
and 3W $ 100.00 771-0365
2 ROLLTOP DESK Oak
1w/ chair. $550 OBO,
clAntique oak side-
board with glass
top $400 OBO. Call
Steve 912-882-5044
4 Solid wood wall
unit with 3 sepa-
$|rate sections for
v curio display, tele-
vision & plenty of
storage (117"Lx83"H)
$750.00 OBO 226.2090

4 Twin Size Com-
forter set Includes
sheets, Valance
L and rug Hello
Kitty Design Barely
used call 542-4602
$40.00

960 Machinery
& Tools
CRAFTSMAN AIR
COMPRESSORR 6hp,
t|.J'60gal. Vertical tank
two stage oil less
motor 240Volt. Like
knew $300. 276-0656
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
PIANO-Orig. Yamaha
Student Upright, exc.
cond. Appr $3200. Ask-
ing $2200. 904-260-0895
PIANO Wurlitzer Spin-
net, good cond. $700.
Brenda 904-343-6219
YAMAHA PIANOS 48"
studio $2k, 6'1" grand
$12k. like new 379-1625

980 Sporting
Goods
S80 cf Aluminum scuba
S tank excellent con-
I J/dltion needs Hydro
-and VIP$ 75.00
365-5557 -
42 Baseball Bats, 4 Lou-
isville Sluggers TPX'S
wLi TPXFBXVTPXYXL Exce I-
lent condition all for $
45.00(904)781-7076
4FORD Bronco '87,
built 302 lifted 9"
otal 38" tires, duel
exhaust CD player
lots of new parts. $6500
obo. Call 904-542-3588
2 For sale Golf equlp-
/ ment woods irons set
I1" for men/Ladles,Bags
Balls, games etc
call Walt 778-9167
Mon-Fri 2-6 PM


Flyllne. New condition
and free flyrod and flies
$75. 908-0531.
4 OME GYM Welder
8920. Manual Extra
<|>Weights. Was $310;
seil $150. Like new.
904-261-0487


42 Machine Elec. Dis-
plays was $763. for
$350. like new
904.261.0487


I table, good cond, 3
cues and balls $125
Call 406-4454


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

SPOOL TABLE -
Brunswick green
carpet, $350 obo.
Located In Jax.
904-422-0407
YAMAHA XLT 1200
'.04, Jet Ski excel-
lent Condition, incl.
trailer and several
accessories. Call
803-3515

90 Wanted To
990 Buy Or Trade
LOOKING for Kay-
l aks, Canoes and
.4lat bottom boat
for sale. Cal(
912-496-4885


1005 Livestock
1 & Supplies

GRAIN FED
Steers and Heifers, 4501bs
up to 14001bs. Good &
choice. Also Breeding
Bulls, Sheeps & Goats.
Guaranteed. Jax Livestock
781-4677 H: 904-786-4933

1010 Pet's &
Supplies

BIG SALE Yorkles, Pugs,
Mini Dauchs, Pekes,
Many small, cute
mixes. 504-1171

Bkd Ca 36-W 28-D
S68-H,Like New w/
42 separate perch stand.
$160 264-9333
Bouvler Des Flandres
AKC 6F. 1M, bik/brindle
$750-$850. 678.358.4155
BOXER AKC M Flashy
reverse brindle 7 mo.,
house trained, includes
crate $700 912-576- 0942
BOXER male, AKC.
CKC. s/w health cert,
$650 845-2781


386-208-1323

CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIELS Adults, pup-
Ries $500-$1500 nego
Dettona 386-532-5976
CHIHUAHUA PUPS 2 bik
/wht F'S CKC, POP.S&W
$300ea, i blue/tan M
$550 Avail 4/2 777-0089
CHIHUAHUA PUPS, 8wks,
3F/2M, $200Cash only.
904-743-6576
4 Ferrets, 1 male. 1
female, both 6 mths,
$150 for pair, 110 gal
tank & stand $350,
Call Lauren 614-6820
4 FINCH-"Ladyblrd"
Q Free to a good
|home. Includes
cage and feed.
Very sweet disposition.
904-725-0009
FREE Akta, male, lyr old
to good home shots,
papers Call 509-7414
LAB PUPS blk, AKC, great
bidlines, hith cert, $350.
904-225-2214/753-4388
Maltese Stud AKC reg.
WANTED Must be 51ibs
or less. CALL 714-3717






Transportation
1200Aviation
1205 Boats-
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RVs and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
135 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classlcs
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340Trucks/-railers/
SUVs
1345 Vans/Buses
1350Misc. Auto
355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted
Maltl-Poo White 8 mos
great w/kids. Serious
inqures $500. 579-6191
MASTIFFS -Stocky, hithy,
8wks, Reg. $550-$850.
(Daytona) 386-767-9313
Peek-A-Poo PupIaes -
3 white 3 black $275.
904.412.4236
PIT PUPPIES- Chocolate,
red nose pits, grand
champs, boogleman
.pups papers and 1st
snos cluded. $500 ea.
Will be 8 wks on 4/1/05.
Reserve your puppy
today. 904-771-6040
RED NOSE PIT BULL PUPS
$150; 9wks 1st shots,
904-568-1646
RotH Mix pups 10wks,
$75ea. HC Shots, POP
CKC Reg. 94 563555
SIAMESE CATS
5 Adults, 2 of them are
bred, 504-1171
St. Bernards AKC -
Beautiful Pupsl
Sand Hill Lake breeders.
$800. Call 912529.4853
Yorlde Pup Tiny 3/4
8 weeks, female, H/C,
$550. 504-9633 Beaches

1205 Boats
17' WHALER '99 75hp
Mere, Gav trir, $16,900.
904-824-4375
18' 0" ACTIONCRAFT
1890SE '98 150hp Mere,
German Fish/GPS, Lded,
$18K. 904- 887-6242
18' WELLCRAFT Scarab,
'96 4.3L merc I/O, ss
prop, alum tri, bow strg
$790 obo. Call 374-7066
.1996 Soea Doo00 0, runs
Good, just tuned up
278-2132

1Y Bayflr Marine
S|Corp Capri Series
L c1950LX o' 3.0 I/0
$7650 Call Mike
542-5646 Daytime
772-1754 After 5 PM

S$2000 obo. Contact
Omar Great Fun!
915-329-9578

42 cc 50 hours on motor.
v^/ New trailer, serious
inquiries only $3995
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1205 Boats
20' GRADY WHITE 1985.
boat motor and trir
$2500. Call 923-6072
24' Tr-Hull Pontoon w/
trailer, '01 Smoker
Craft Infinity, 115
Honda w/less then 30
hrs, too many upgrades
to list. Blue Book $21k,
Asking $17K Call Rosie
for details 282-1629
29' CHAPPRELL '91. Jax
best bargain, 12hr on
eng & out drive, super
gas miles make rair
offer. Call 791-9773
29' MAXUM '00 SRC 7.4
eng, AC, 300+hrs, new
canvas, elect $49,000
OBO. Call 588-5330
3W'CHRIS CRAFT 77.
double cabin, $ 30k
904-753-1257
SSTINGRAY- '00
S 20Cs 190hp
SMercrulser, Bimlnl
cockpit covers 20"
cuddy trim tabs depth
finder sink, potti, stove
CD player $13,500
278-9780
4 YAMAHA Y2250 '01
S-oug Harvey
SI r Suspension Excel.
Rims, Rentahl bars,
boots, helmet Incl.
Extremely Fast. $2600
PCS 912-882-0992





outboard. Good cond.
$10,000. 904.460.1190

Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies
OUTBOARD NIS-
/SAN 9.9, Xtra long
4|shaft, electric
start, as new tank
hose, motor,Never
run 912-673-7694

1230 ops&
1 Supplies

4, 2000 Coleman NIagra
SPop-up W/AC, Glide
lP out porta- potti
Shower, Extras $7K
OBO 264-4309 or
nigra4sale@aol.com
28' KEYSTONE COUGAR
'025th Whi. Slide, sips 9.
Immaculate. $19k. Hitch
incl. 904-287-3794
34' FOUR WINDS '96
2AC's, Sat. TV, tow pkg,
$25,900. Exc. cond.
904-289-7498
S35'Fleetwood Bounder
2003 8.1 Eng Work-
S horse CIevAlison
Trans 3 Sides lK


40' ELITE FIFTH WHEEL
S05, 2BR, 3 slides Must
sell this wk! $27,000
Seen in Jax 800-864-5609
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'
. AC/HEAT, Shower/
k,.Loaded $2000. Firm.
2 Jet Skis, Dble
Trailer. All Assec. Runs
great, will sell. Seper-
ate $4000 FOR BOTH.
JIM I v e m s g .
904-529-8263


contained, gen-
erator, 350, engine,
41500 miles, $5,000.
992-6877 or 294-3564
COACHMAN
SCAMPER '74
sle ps 4, full
kitchen bath, can
sleep 8, 22 $1,800 nice
cond, 724-4410 or 855-8021
JAYCO POP-UP 1997
les 6, great cond
00 Call 904334.7950

aTOW BAR ROADMAS-
k1oWITH BASE PLATE FOR
JEEP CHEROKEE
WORTH $1,100. SELL BOTH
$300060.282-6466

1300 Motorcycles
L S 1997 Honda Helix
Sscooter/cycle250cc
new tires new battery
low miles less than
7,000 must sale $1950. OBO
542- 3500
200S uzuMkVUSoole
4 Mustang Seat,
Plk Saddlebags Cobra
exhaust, winshield,
backrest 10k mi, $5,700 obo
904-343-2494
4, 2003 Honda Magna 750
cc V4 Cruiser excel-
lent condition 8,000 ml
$5,000 firm priced
below Blue book Orig
owner extras
call 904 673-4605

CHOPPER COLLECTION
4 bikes, $6900-$11,500.
like new. Call 223.1585
DUCATI SPORT 750 '01,
4kml, new tires, $5100.
Bchs 904-338-6680
SHARLEY DYNA'02B
Super Glide, 4100
k ml, garaged, extra
chrome, accesso-
ries, many perfor-
mance parts. $14900
OBO 904-284-5258
4 HAIEYDYNA '98,
wide glide, windshell,
4,0 saddle bags, garage
low miles excellent
condition, asking $12,800.
Joe 904-879-1631


i parts. Runs good
8$7900 OBO. Call
904-771-7873.


linew parts. Runs
-- good $7900 OBO
Call 904 771-7873


1300 Motorcycles
HARLEY Softall
. FXST, bik. 5,600
\I'ml's, warr, $100
extras, sa die
bags, fuel injection ,
$16,500 obo,
912-576-5207
HD V-Rod '03, bik/sliver,
Rinehart racing pipes.
Power Commander,
detachable windshield,
sissy bar & luggage
rack, extra chrome,
5800 ml's. Still under
warr. $16,000 614-7740
HONDA CR85R '03. Runs
& looks great, must sell
$2295. Call 389-7700
Honda Shadow aero
42 04', 4k miles, garaged
S extra chrome $5,500
Call Mike 772-1754
New Saddle Bags

99' 2 cylInder. 4 stroke.
S1400ml, runs & looks
good. Jet Stage 3 Muzy
Pipe Call 772-1754 $1800
4, KAWASAKI KLR650
'03, dual adult
S garage keptonly
1500 miles EC no
trades 904-879-1631
2 Pocket Bike Mini 4Rac-
Sing motorcycle 49cc, 2
X stroke engine,
front/back disk
brakes, max speed 45 MPH,
max weight 265 Ibs
blk/chrome $250 obo
553-3374
Setof33"Thornbrd
TSC Tires New $350
Call 269-1296

a2 SUZUKI BRZ 125L-
03, 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
SUZUKI GZ250 '00. exc
cond. gar kept, $1995
obo. 23 5065; 764-3459
SuzoMdKatana 75090W
new paint plugs, oil
SI t change, bike cover&
helmet Inc. $2500 obo,
22,000ml Call 912-729-4140

1310 Auto Parrts
4 Chevy Truck
1500 OEM Rims.
fits 1998 to 2002
Models 16" 6 Lug
$200 obo. 912576.7434
SBED EXTENDER for
2002 Ford Ranger
N4, | Edge Pick Up,
Never used $100.00
Call 912-376-3130
42 CAMAROS (2) '81 will
S make one good
I project car $200 takes
both. Must take both
cars 673-8401
CHROME 22"
WHEELS- with




lue fits Chevy Sil-
verado short box
$1,00000B635-5557

1320 Antiques/
IL32 Classics

42 2004 pioneer Trailer 16
ft. Sleeps 4 AC Heater
I J gas stove micro
Refrlgerator.frezzer
tub shower awing ample
storage $8,00.00
(904)284-7183

1325 Automotive
o 1992 F150 EXT Cab
T stepslde 170,000 miles
*AC, C/C, 4.9L 5 speed
llbedlner, white ext
blue Inter,$ 3500 OBO
call 777-6493
4 1996 Chevy Lumina
Sedan in good
condition loaded
$1,800 call Rick after
5pm. at 744.7250
4 1998 ford Explorer
119,000 miles Power
Locks Power win-
L dows six cylinder
excellent condition
$4,200 call 249- 6916
2001 HWD Sportster
XL883 $5,500 obo
SExtremely low miles
4,850. Excellent cond.
Runs great, must see
214-9949

2002 Ford F150 SVT
Slighting super charged
Q-1-20K. miles still under
warranty Garage Kept
Very Clean 904 879-1661
$21,750
2002 Hyundai Elantra
GLS 45,000 miles new
S Brakes excellent con-
dition Great Gas
Mileage. $7,600.00
(904)284.7183
S2002 NIssan Maxima
|One owner new bat-
ery brakes tires Cd
tape spoiler main-
tance records available
$16,000 OBO (813) 766-4226


1325 Automotive
2004 Hyundai Tiburon
SGTV6 Fully loaded
15000 miles dark blue
$17,000 OBO Eileen
Love (904) 928 3886
(757) 660-4696
2 HP walk behind gas
T edger like new $75.00
SB0 646-1627

2NDBUYAUTOxom
CLEAN USED CARS
S95' Honda Odys-
Ssey EX Loaded
I ood condition
$ 400 OBO
call (912) 882-5845
SAcura Integra RS94'
sport coupe, 2dr. runs
& looks great $4,500
Call Mike 772-1754
ACURA LEGEND LS '89
St#BUC9060A. $3,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

IALL Military
Sand Civilian
S*$0DOWN* U
I EVERYBODY I
RIDES! |
CALL CHRIS
L 662-0726

BMW 32512002, Auto,
Prem. Pkg, xenon lights.
$25,688 371-4728
BMW 3251- 2002 leather,
PW, PL, Cruise, CD.
$25,988 371-4728
BMW 330CI CONVERT '02
BIk w/tan Ithr. Prem pkg,
$30,500. 229-834-3313
BMW 5301a- 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988.
371-4728
BMW 745LI 2003, Nav,
luxury seating, prem.
Sound, PDC, Conv. Pkg.
$5a88. 371-4728
BMW X5 3.0 2002, Prem.
Pkg, low miles, rear
climate Pkg. $32,988
371-4728
BMW Z-32.5 2001, Convt,
auto, CD, 6 cyl. $21.988
371-4728
BUICK CENTURY 05 fact
warr, loaded, priced to
sell fast $15,995 389-7700
Buick Regal LS '04
loaded, silver w/grey
thr int. low ml, like new
$12,900. 994-2199.
CADILLAC ELDORADO
ETC '95. Loaded, 81K ml.
$1000 dn. 674-4444
CADILLAC Sedan Devlle
'99, De Elegance top,
loaded, wht/wcream
Int. really nice, $9750
obo, 904-765-3006 or
699-1238
CADILLAC Sedan Deville
'93 cold AC, $4200
cash. Call 993-4993
CHEVY Z 283'96
St#BUCE626B. $7,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER Concorde '94,
2 owner, 76k mi, $3100.
Call 262-4724
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 03
Immac, loaded priced to
sell fast $12,995.389-7700
CHRYSLER PTCRUISER '02
St#F294. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
n Community yard sale
SBentwater Subdlv off
S Hodges Blvd b/w
IL Beach and Atlantic
April 2
,42 Corvette 1998 Con-
/ vertible Pewter Black
4 top 61k miles. Up
grades for more HP
$ 23,500 OBO (904) 771-5692
DODGE AVENGER ES 95
St#BUCF147B. $4,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE INTREPID '94. grt
shape, loaded, priced to
sell fast $2495. 389-7700
DODGE NEON'00
St#BUCF147A. $5,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SDodge Ram 1500 SLT
S 98' Quadcab 77,000 ml,
tL sprayed bedllner,
roeltop cover. NADA_
$11,325 Asking $9,500 Cell
616-6585

800-749-8116 x7112

FORD ESCORT ZX2 '00
St#BUCE898A. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '01
St#BUC6788A. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '92
8749-8116 x8995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA
'97 Car show winner,
$17K OBO 272-0079
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
57kmi, new tires, flow
master exhaust, orange
5spd, like new, $10,900.
904 221- 5033/724Y 8153


Call or stop by and see
Styxx Jenkins

Bring in this ad for
extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
I Welcome!
IV NIMNICHT


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


1325 Automotive
Ford Probe ZGT 94'
S5spd New window,
struts, belts, brakes,
filter, cold A/C Runs
Great, Body Great $1950 obo
673-6541 or 904-553-4508
a2 Ford Ranger 4 wd
D 00-XCab
IjAT-PS-PB-IW-CC
S 3.OLV-6 sprayin liner
skyblue gray Int buckets
extra rims clean $11,395
Don (904) 777 -1105
(904) 673-9031
4- Ford Ranger XLT Extra
Scab new tres brakes
shocks plug wires
recent tune u- p $ 3,900
Call evenings (912)576-2789
HY Grand Am '01,2D,
SV6. Power every-
thing, new Good-
Syear Tires, tint,
sunroof, 10 disc, MP3,
Great cond. $5200
904-505-3993
HONDA Accord LX '95
200K + mi's, good cond,
$3200 obo 662-1857
SHONDA CIVIC-'96,
SLX, sedan 4cyl, CC,
| 5Sp, 740 m1,1
Sowner,no accid-
nets, Non-smoker,
$5,500. 992-6877.
294-3564
42 Honda Civic LX "96
SSedan 4 cyl, cruise,
S5 spc, 74K miles,
S one owner, no
accidents, non- smkr.
$5,500. Call 904.992.6877
904.294.3564
HONDA Civic LX '97,
clean, silver exc cond.
$3900. Call 355-5814
M, HYUNDAI Elantra
S "01, 20k, Seafoam
1 green auto, a/c,
As king $00
729-1677
4 Jeep Wrangler Sport
02' Auto AC CD 15K
miles $16K OBO
744-9658
KIA OPTIMA'04
St#F193. $11,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA OPTIMA LX '04. AT,
AC, CD, Loaded, 13700
Miles, 5/60 warr. $9,975.
699- 9669
LEXUS ES300 '96. green
ext, beige Int sunroof
$16000nego. Cell
234-1989 or H 768-2786
LEXUS ES300 '99. 4dr,
loaded moonroof,
leather, nice. $900dn.
674-4444
,4 Like new used once
Smuffler pipes for 1999
lVulcan 8100 classic.
$150 Call 904-779-4660
LINCOLN LS '02
St#F312. $21,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 MAZDA 626- '99
low ml. 5 spd. great
I cond. cold air new
tires asking $,000
call 465-4123
MAZDA 626LX'01
St#F115. $9,988 '
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
MAZDA MILLENIA '99
St#1150B. $9,988
TnOM RI IU AITnPI CVY 171. 477


ACURA

of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600

DUVAL ACURA
11225 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8000


KEY AUDI
4660- Southside Blvd 56M50




BENTLEY-ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OdandoR 407-33934



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



GARBER

BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

TERRY BUICK
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San 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

ChysPlyi of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

GARBER CHRYS-PLYM
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

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


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 3544421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER CHRYS-
PLYM DODGE TRUCK
m(en Cove Sorinns PR9A41i


1325 Automotive
MERCEDES 300SE '89 -
Good cond. PW PL,
Sunroof, Ithr Inter,
$3500obo. 571-5128
42 MERCEDES 450SL
R Roadster '74
I antique w/orig. FL
tag, hardtop, conv.
Red/Tan Interior, Ask-
ing $15,900 Call Tommy
542-8894, nite 278-6251
M4E MERCEDES BENZ

Inter. Fully Loaded.
247-0797 or502-5752
MERCEDES E 320 Wagon
99, Mint cond., $15,500
904-241-0951
MERCURY Grand Mar-
quis '03 Loaded, 4,600
ml's $16,500 771-9272
MERCURY GR MARQ '00
St#BUCE875A. $8,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
'03. Loaded, 3rd seat,
low mi$ll,975. 699-9669
NISSAN 300Z '94, 2+2,
red, all pwry sec,
remote, Ithr, 5spd,
manuel. 111K ml, new
tires, $7500. 742-4000
NISSAN SENTRA' 04
St#E868. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
.20 OLDS Alero '01, 2D,
SV6, auto, power,
|#sunroof, CD, prom
sound, perf package,
61K great cond. MBPI $6500
904-294-8564
4 PONTIAC FIREERIRD
.86 -Body engine
B & trans in good
shape needs minor
repairs. $3000obo. Must
sell 912-576-4870
PONTIAC GR AM GT '02
St#3188B. $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC Grand AM GT
'01, white 4dr, all pwr,
62Kml, $8500625-7337
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
"99 Exc. cond., 48kml,
war. avl, $6500. 221-6085
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '04
St#F205A. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Satumrn 199 auto-
matic good RV tow
S car, low miles $5000
obo Call Chuck
904-223-4977
SATURN SC1 '02 AT, 3DR
32K warrty, like new,
$7950. 0. Park 777-3714
SATURN SC2 '02
St#F223. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
( SATURN SC-2 AT.
92, ally wheels,
J PW, PL, CC. silver
color, $1499 obo.
Daniel P. 573-9874 (w)
3p-11. 729-4001 (H)
SATURN SL2 "95, AT,
owner exc cond,
$2700. Call 321-446-4513
TOYOTA COROLLA' 01


1325 Automotive
TOYOTA MATRIX '03
St#A1309A. $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA SOLARA '01 at,
pw/pl. fully loaded, looks
& runs great, must sell
$9995. Call 389-7700
2 Toyota Tacoma 04'
Prerunner Bouble Cab,
i red, 7k ml, $21,000
Call Mike 542-5646 or
772-1754
2 VOLVO 960 '95 -
SGrey Ml:95, 700
VW Radlo/Cass.
s6CD-Changer,
Dolby System, Sunroof,
Exc. Cond. Call Mrs.
Burch 610-6160. Asking
$5,500.
SVW '64, total restore,
Szero rust, zero ml's,
kV 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 Corrado G-60 90'
| 154k ml, newly rebuilt,
- 1, supercharger, New
window regs, extra
head/cam paint/body great
$6500 Debbie 221-5912
42 VW Jetta GLS 03'Sllver
S26K Leather CD, Sun-
lroof, Heated seats
Sexc cond extended
warr $ 16,500 904 535-3381

1335$2000 or Less
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDSI
Cars from $5001 Listings
800-749-8116 x2529
SChevy Camaros '81
4 two will make one
S| good project car
200. takes both
Must talk both cars
912.573.2819
CHEVY CAVALIER 00
Mechanics special, looks
great inside & out. $995.
Call 389-7700
Dodge Dakota '97 Sport
low ml, 6cyl, 5 spd, AC,
CD, new trans, tint
exhaust, $3500 obo. Call
466.0060

42JCarrol Shelby, 5
.speed. Air, new
tires, brakes, starter,
runs great, rebuilt
trans, $2400 obo.
904.783.9272
FORD CONTOUR 98. at/ac
low ml, grt shape, priced
to sell fast$1695.387700
FORD T-bird '96, very
good cond, blue book
$3200 will sell now for
$1950. Call 699-4052
HONDA CIVIC LX '910nly
$500. For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
VOLKS WAGON Beetle
'67 blue, as Is $2000.
Call 993.4993
Truks
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

S1998 Fleetwood mobile
Some 16X80 3 br/2ba
.ilqulet restricted
Westside park many
extras asking $ 23,500


UHANUG PAHRK UUUUt
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Et 129, Fern Bch. 1-80228-7454
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 264-4502
NIMNICHT GMC
1550 Cassat Ave. 3874041


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800456-1689
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
M I g 1I

ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 3544421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129. Fern Bch.


1340 Trailers/
SUV's

2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
4 8X5 utility Trailer for
sale $1100 OBO Call
S 579-6802 for details
CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
SILVERADO '98 turbo
diesel, Ithr. loaded,
nice! $13,975. 699-9669
CHEVY BLAZER LS '98.
4dr, at/ac, loaded nice!
$800 down. 674-4444
CHEVY PICK UP '94
SExtended cab, full
s i z e $ 4 0 0 0
904-542-2445 x 118
CHEVY SILVERADO '04.
4dr, ExCab, V8
loaded 20K, nice,
$18,975. 77-9119.
CHEVY SILVERADO
S- 94 ext cab, long
5 bed, 6.51, turbo
diesel, 275k ml,
$4000 or trade. Call
Mitch 912-882-3791,
looking for small truck.
CHEVY SILVERADO
1 03 ext cab, V8/
sl'5.3L. 51K, $19,000
904 687-0561
CHEVY SSR'04
St#F307. $36,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY Tahoe LS '99,
71,500 mi, new tires,
shock & brakes, exc
cond white, $9500 obo.
Call 904-333-3150
D DODGE Caravan
4 Grand '94 Leather
4t seats, tinted win-
dows, seven pas-
senger, great trans-
portation $1500 Call
278-1674, 568-4899 or
568-4946
4 DODGE RAM-'01
F F 1500SLT Club Cab
i 2WD V8, Magnum
Alloy wheels below
NADA only $8,000 Call
912-674-5319
DODGE RAM 1500 Ext
Cab'03 Hemi 4x4, loaded
immac cond must sell
$24,995. Call 389-7700
Ford 150 PIck-Up '70
VS, auto, runs
Call 502. 0986
4 Ford Bronco '87
S302 lifted 9 inches,
1|Itotal 38 inches
tires duel exhaust
CD player, lots of new
parts. $6500 obo
904.542.3588
FORD F-150, '99, ext cab
lariat, will sell for pay
off of $9500. 378-9116
FORDF 150FX4 '02
St#7130B. $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F250 XCab diesel
low mi, grt cond, priced
to sell $16,995. 3a89-7700
FORD RANGER X Cab 02
pw/pl, lo ml, immac shp
must seli$14,995.389- 7700
FORD RANGER XL '03 -
Red, under 20kmi, 4cyl,
5spd, $9900obo. 612-7184
Ford S10 LS '00 step side
5 speed.43K ml, Exc
Cond. asking $6700 obo.
Call 904.422.0701
GMC YUKON DENALI '02


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


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S 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OrlandoR 4-339-3443


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11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


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10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


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4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


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11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



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9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
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10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


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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,StAug 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. 7331616
WILSON

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10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


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895 N. Ronald Reaan Blvd.
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1340 Trailers/
SUV's
41 GEO Tracker "92
Great cond.! Reli-
able, convertible,
red, 2 door Won't
last $3000 obo call
278-1674 or 568-4899
ISUZU AMIGO CONY 00
Black, 5spd, ac, 44K mi,
nice. $900 dn. 699-9669

tt, 7new paint, new
tires, ac, must see!
$1,800 OBO call
278-1674 or 568-4899
JEEP CHEROKEE 95 at/ac.
Immaculate cond, must
sell fast $2495. 389-7700




JEEP Grand CHEROKEE98
loaed, SPORT '98 Good
COcondit.$8000onbo. 21-$6996. 70




9kml, $21,900. 334-3620
JEEPL BERTY LrD'02
St#2142C. $13,988 Dark green




TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487
with tan skinterior2200.

JIMMY GMC a1
loadedry bi tow pkg, Cood





JEEP Grand Cherkee'01.
spe d c, slver/tan th4975

LEXUS BERTY LTD '02
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UTILITY TRAILER
T6x12 5000 axle
,loaded ramp full 6"
C-Channel frame
new tires and rims
$750. Call 282-6466
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CHEVY VENTURE'97
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TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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



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10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000

COGGIN TOYOTA -AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngernan Circle. 771-9100

UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St Aug.
80022-4888 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 VOLVOO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



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6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

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10384 Atlantic Blvd. 641-2500

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1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002

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9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

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8500 Altantic Blvd. 724-4999

V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491

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