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THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2005 www.jaxairnews.com
TOUjING Becoming an American
BAS NAS Jax hosts s."'
A Florida Family Law
Information Seminar is
being offered every
Thursday in April at 1:30
p.m. in Building 4,
The seminar is open to
all active duty members,
retirees and family mem-
bers with military ID cards.
The following topics will be
divorce, child support and
military retirement issues.
No pre-registration is
required. Child Care is not
available. For more infor-
mation, call 542-2565.
The American Red
Cross is offering a CPR
class April 12 from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Fleet and Family Support
Center, Building 554. The
class is number is limited.
For more information, call
Ginger Rohling at 542-
2766, Ext. 165.
to offer courses
The Jax Navy Flying
Club will be running a
Private Pilot Ground
School Course April 11 to
May 18, Monday and Wed-
nesday, from 6 9 p.m.
and an Instrument Ground
School Course on April 26
to June 2, Tuesday &
Thursday, from 6 -9 p.m.
at Herlong Airfield. For
questions, please contact
Janet Hoover at 786-9293.
The Navy College
Learning Center is offering
prep classes. Classes are
offered April 18-29, May 2-
13 and May 16-27. The
sessions are Monday
through Thursday from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays
from 8 a.m. to noon.
Seating is limited and
reserved on a first-come
basis. No-cost TAD orders
are required and a career
counselor must refer par-
These classes will help
increase scores in math,
English and reading.
Course completion meets
the requirements for retak-
ing the ASVAB test.
For more information or
to sign up, call 542-3676
or email jacksonvilleen-
_- t :, -, .-..2i '.'2 l -* ".- -.:.
By 101 Mike England
N AS Jacksonville and the
Immigration and Naturali-
zation Service (INS) played
host to a military naturalization
ceremony March 31 during which
nearly 100 service members and 35
Delayed Entry Program (DEP)
recruits from Navy Region
Southeast became American citi-
The multi-service ceremony took
place at the Bachelor Officer's
Quarters pavilion and featured
several distinguished guests,
including NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson, Guest
Speaker and Dean Student Success
at Florida Community College,
Jacksonville Billy Davis and the
District Director of U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services John
Davis, who is also a retired Air
Force master sergeant, said immi-
grants serving in the armed forces
are dedicated to this country and
deserve recognition for their brav-
ery and loyalty to the freedoms
unique to America. "Immigrants
are as dedicated as any other
Photo by J01 Mike England
Guest Speaker Billy Davis (left) congratulates VP-16 Sailor SK3 Lasanddra James after she was presented with her nat-
uralization certificate March 31.
American to defending our country the U.S. Armed Forces and over a facets of American society, especial-
and advancing its ideals," said dozen have died while participat- ly the military," said Bulger, who
Davis. ing in Operation Iraqi Freedom, administered the oath of allegiance
According to the office of the some of whom received citizenship to the more than 100 service mem-
Secretary of Defense, more than posthumously.
50,000 immigrants now serve in "Immigrants contribute to all See CITIZEN, Page 10
Changes to TSP helps Sailors build wealth faster
From Fleet and Family Support
Starting July 1, Sailors can enroll
in the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
or make changes to their contri-
bution elections without having to
wait for an open enrollment season.
Public Law 108-469, signed into law
Dec. 21, 2004, eliminates TSP's open
seasons and the restrictions on contri-
bution elections, which are currently
tied to open seasons.
"With the elimination of 'open sea-
sons,' the TSP is more flexible for
Sailors," said Tony Burtley, Military
Career Readiness PFM specialist,
Commander, Navy Installations,
"They don't have to wait to sign-up,
and they can start saving right away."
Beginning April 15, TSP partici-
pants may file contribution elections
at any time. Through June 30, these
elections will be processed under the
current rules. Starting July 1, contri-
bution elections will be processed
under the new rules, which means
that contribution elections will be
processed the first full pay period
after they are filed.
"The TSP is a great way to build
wealth and start securing your finan-
cial fu-ture," continued Burtley, "and
given the advantages of compound
interest, this is the perfect time to
start planning for retirement."
In 2005, TSP offers participants the
freedom to contribute up to 10 per-
cent of their base pay and all special
pay and bonuses, up to a maximum of
Combat-zone participants are
allowed a higher contribution dollar
limit, up to $40,000 a year. All contri-
butions are tax-deferred until with-
drawal, and TSP is available with
several flexible withdrawal options.
Initial enrollment can be completed
online at https://mypay.dfas.mil/
mypay.aspx or by completing a TSP
Election Form (TSP-U-1) submitted to
the local Personnel Support Detach-
For more information on TSP, con-
tact a Fleet and Family Support
Progr-am personal financial manage-
ment specialist, command financial
specialist, or visit the TSP Web site at
Storytime at CDC
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS jax Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn reads The Not-So-Fast Rabbit, A Tale About Being Slow by Carol B.
Kaplan to a group of children at the'NAS jax Child Development Center as Carol Miller, Fleet and Family Service Center
(FFSC) children's therapist helps hold the book. The event was part of April's Month of the Military Child and Child
Abuse Prevention Month and was sponsored by the FFSC Family Advocacy Program and the Morale, Welfare and
with IG team
team from the
General is visit ing
and Kings Bay through
Team members will
be available for one-on-
one consultations with
Sailors, their family
members and Depart-
ment of the Navy civil-
ian employees desiring
information, or to pres-
ent personal opinions
or ideas concerning
in general, or the Navy.
* This opportunity to
consult with Naval IG
is in no way intended
to replace traditional.
and existing channels
of communication in a
command, or to encour-
age deviation from the
chain of command.
It is intended to com-
plement such commu-
nication channels as
provided by request
mast, the chain of com-
mand, command mas-
ter chief, civilian
procedures and infor-
Personnel who desire
to consult with the
Naval IG one-on-one
may call Sandy Rut-
kowski for an appoint-
ment at (202) 433-4809
or DSN 228-4809
through April 8. If call-
ing for an appointment
after April 11, call (904)
2 lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 7, 2005
FROM THE FLEET
Payday lending a costly way to make ends meet
Fleet Command Master Chief
Do you ever need more
cash than you make
in a month? Sure
you do...we 'all do. The dif-
ference, however, lies in how
we acquire that extra cash
to make ends meet or pay
for the things we need.
Financially savvy Sailors
obtain low-interest loans
and strive to have their
interest rates lowered.
Those of you who are a little
more impetuous sometimes
turn to payday-lending serv-
ices to get you from payday
While legal, these quick
loans can do more harm
than good. In my opinion,
these businesses take full
advantage of your financial
situation and prey on our
most vulnerable Sailors.
Since January 2004, it's
estimated that 90 percent of
the Sailors who turn to pay-
day lending services are 2nd
Class and below. That
speaks volumes. I'm guess-
ing we, as a Navy, need to do
more to help educate our
junior Sailors about finan-
cial management, and the
options they have.
Those of us who have
learned lessons the hard
way need to share that
information with our junior
Sailors and help them avoid
some of the mistakes we
made when we were junior
and struggling to make ends
meet. What's more, we need
to cultivate an environment
in our commands where our
Sailors feel comfortable ask-
ing for assistance...long
before they are desperate.
According to information
provided by the Navy and
Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS), on average
Sailors who request
NMCRS assistance have
three ongoing payday loans.
Almost half of those needing
assistance have two or more
dependents. It's not a sur-
prise that making ends
meet when you have a fami-
ly is often more difficult
than if you're single.
So what's a payday loan?
Payday loans are, as they
suggest, loans tied to your
paycheck. Companies offer
cash up front for a promise
to repay the loan (and a fee -
typically $15 for every $100
borrowed) the following pay-
On the surface, that might
not sound too bad. But, con-
sider this: If you can't
afford to pay your bills this
payday, and next payday
you have to repay that loan
and still pay your other
bills, what makes you think
you'll be better off? Sadly,
the trend is to roll over
these loans payday to pay-
day, and the $15 fee doubles
and triples quickly.
As a matter of fact, paying
$15 for $100 over a two-
week period constitutes a
391 percent annual percent-
age rate! Ouch. If you bor-
row $100, and then roll the
loan over three times, you
would pay a $60 fee for that
original $100. Shipmates,
you can do better than that,
Payday loan businesses
seem to be popping up
everywhere. The most com-
mon names for these busi-
nesses are: payday loans;
cash advance loans; check
advance loans; post-dated
check loans; and deferred
deposit check loans.
No matter what you call
them, they all charge exor-
bitant fees and turning to
these types of businesses for
cash is not in your best
interest. Here are a few
alternatives you should con-
sider before you ever con-
template using a payday
Ask for a small, person-
al loan from your bank or
Ask for an overdraft
protection line-of-credit for
your checking account.
Ask creditors for time
to pay your bills.
Corps Relief Society for
Ask your Fleet and
Family Support Center for
Shipmates, asking for
help should not be a source
of embarrassment. On the
contrary, those of you who
recognize you need help and
ask for it are brilliant.
The Navy expends a large
amount of time and talent
on training command finan-
cial specialists but this
time and talent mean noth-
ing to you if you are too
proud or stubborn to raise
your hand and ask for some
help. Solutions to financial
problems and challenges are
not one-size-fits-all. The
smart plans are tailored to
fit your individual needs.
Of course, it's probably
worth saying that the best
financial plan is the one
that keeps you from needing
the occasional quick loan to
make it payday to payday.
No matter your paygrade, or
how much you make, if you
spend more than you make
you are going down a dan-
Developing a budget is
the first' step in any finan-
cial plan. rm often amazed
how few Sailors actually
have a plan for their money.
The "spend until it's gone"
mentality is, unfortunately,
the norm rather than the
Here are a couple tips to
consider before you make a
purchase: Decide if the item
See From the Fleet, Page 3
By Sarah Smiley
Q question: When is
the only time you
can publicly ridicule
your commanding officer
Answer: Apparently, at
his farewell party.
Now, don't take my word
on this-because really,
what do I know?-but two
weeks ago I witnessed first-
hand, when someone's supe-
rior is leaving, there are no
holds barred. I was at a din-
ing out, which is a formal
Navy dinner dating back to
Roman Legions days.
According to the Naval
Historical Center, "These
gatherings were victory cel-
ebrations during which past
feats were remembered and
the booty of recent con-
quests was paraded."
Before you balk at that
barbarism, let me explain a
modern-day dining out, and
I think you'll agree it only
gets worse. First there is a
slab of beef paraded
through the room and pre-
sented to the executive offi-
cer, who checks its edibility
and proclaims it either "fit
for human consumption" or
not. Then; officers dressed
in full formal garb "enter-
tain" the head table with
special talents (performing
a rap from the 1980's, acting
like an orangutan, etc.). And
finally, all the guests (or, the
"mess") are subjected to asi-
nine rules, with the worst of
all being that no one, includ-
ing spouses, can use the
restroom without first ask-
Which brings to mind
my next question: What's
the worst thing a wife can
do at a dining out?
Answer: Get up from her
table without permission,
forcing her husband to per-
form a cheer with pom-poms
and a megaphone in front of
the group as punishment.
Not that I would know
anything about that though.
Dining outs also involve a
lot of "roasting," which is, in
Roasts are supposed to
make the service member
blush in front of his peers,
and sometimes even the
spouse is dragged into the
mix, which was the case at
my own husband's farewell
party several years ago.
A-ha! You almost got me
to disclose how I was used
to make fun of my husband
during his roast, but I'm not
that foolish. I wouldn't
dream of giving my hus-
band's current squadron
added material for his
After all, I've already told
the world that I call him
Dusty-Wusty, that he's
afraid to take out the trash
after watching a scary
movie, and that he threw up
during one of his first air-
plane flights. But no, no, no,
you will not trick me into
giving anyone ammunition
for his roast.
At this most recent dining
out, a farewell for the com-
manding officer (whom I'll
just refer to as "Jim"
because he's not my boss),
all roasts were on the guest
of honor. Brave junior offi-
cers even prepared a slide
show of Jim's youth, making
fun of everything from the
fact that he was a "band
geek" in school, to his nick-
names in college, to his
obsessive fondness for golf.
Frequently the young offi-
cer in charge of flipping to
the next slide frame turned
to Jim, winced and said,
"Sorry." But to his relief, Jim
and his wife, Karen were
laughing. And so was the
rest of the room. Jokes
which heretofore have only
been told behind Jim's back
were now out in the open
and making poor Jim turn
as pink as his wife's ball
I must say, I've never seen
a mess laugh so hard. There
wasn't a single, "Uh oh" or
"Now they've gone to far" in
the group. Often there is an
ambiguous gray line that is
crossed when the roasting
becomes too honest, and like
a pink elephant in the room,
everyone knows the jokes
are somewhat underhanded
and meant to take a stab at
a boss they're glad to get rid
But this wasn't the case
at Jim's farewell. His roast-
ing was almost bitter-sweet,
like kids saying goodbye to
their favorite teacher. Some
people were even crying.
It is a rare and special
- thing when a commanding
officer has that affect on his
So, to revisit my first
question-When can you
publicly ridicule your CO?-
the honest answer is this:
When everyone in the room
honors and respects him
and will sincerely miss his
And before you go out
roasting, making awfully
sure you know the differ-
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah
I am a second class petty
officer and last week I
heard a couple of chiefs
talking about "net worth."
One of them seemed to
have a lot of money because
he drives a nice car, has a
boat and lives the good life.
The other chief drives an
older car and doesn't talk
much about money, but he
seemed to know a lot about
I think I am doing okay
compared to my shipmates
because I drive a new car
and have a great time on
the weekend, going to
clubs, renting boats and
eating out. I do have a lot of
debt, but I am able to pay
my bills every month.
When these chiefs were
talking about net worth, I
honestly had no idea what
they were talking about.
'Can you explain?
To put it simple, your net
worth is what you have,
compared to what you owe.
To give you a start on figur-
ing your own net worth,
add up all of your assets.
Assets would be items like
your cash, savings and
Next, make a list of your
liabilities, which are things
that you owe. Some exam-
ples would be credit cards
or any loans that you have
taken out and on which you,
When you subtract your
liabilities from your assets,
you are left with a figure.
This is your net worth.
Although you seem to be
living the good life now,
what impact is that going
to have on your lifestyle in
If your net worth is a pos-
itivenumber that is a good
thing. If it is negative,
that's not so good!
Sometimes seeing things on
paper is a real eye opener.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.
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S.U PAY- SFV.ICES
You are invited to the following Base Chapel Worship
Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45 a.m.,
and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
ET3 JONRTHRN MRNSEN
Family Life: Married, no kids just animals.
Past Duty Stations: USS Spruance (DD
Career Plans: School, school, school!
Most Interesting Experience: Going on
a Persian Gulf deployment last year.
Words of Wisdom: Liberty call!
Hometown: Salisbury, Md.
J Family Life: Married with two children.
Past Duty Stations: None
Career Plans: To retire and travel. *
Most Interesting Experience: Attending
a Daytona 500 NASCAR race.
Words of Wisdom: Enjoy life to the fullest.
Tax service offered here
From Naval Legal Service Office Southeast
Free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance/Electronic Tax
Filing is available in Building 583 weekdays through
April 15. The hours are Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Tax Center will only assist with the preparation and
filing of personal income taxes assistance with small busi-
ness tax preparation is not available. 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 or rental properties).
What to bring to your appointment:: your ID card; Social
Security cards for you and your family members; Wage and
Earning Statement(s); Forms W-2, W-2G, and 1099-R; inter-
est and dividend statements from banks (Form 1099); a
copy of last year's taxes (if you have it); bank routing num-
bers, 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 electron-
ically filing a married filing joint tax return, both spouses
must be present unless a power of attorney is granted to
the other spouse.
Appointments can be made in person at Building 583 or
by calling 542-8038; appointments are preferred, however
walk-ins will be accepted.
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ON THE HOMEFRONT
It's a rare CO who makes his people laugh and cry
JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 7, 2005 3
HS-7 heading home on Truman HS and HC
.... '^--"^ -Wings merge
WDAN Evita Levell W ings merge
of HS-7 conducts T ast Friday, at the Paul Nelson Helicopter
)reventative main- Building, Capt. Kevin Lynch transferred com-
enance on the tail "- L mand of the NAS Jacksonville-based Helicopter
rotor of an SH-60 Antisubmarine Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet to Capt.
Seahawk in the Kenneth Burker, Sea Control Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet
hangar bay aboard also at NAS Jax, to establish Helicopter Sea Control
USS Harry S. -(HSC) Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet based in Norfolk, Va.
ruman (CVNry 75). This transformation through consolidation is consis-
The -lharry S. tent with the Navy's effort to align functions while
Truman Carrier streamlining costs by phasing out numerous
Strike Group was type/model/series helicopters, and replacing them
recently relieved .la through acquisition of the SH-60R (Romeo) and CH60-
after completing c SS i. r Ba
early four months S aaimitep g
Early four months i The HSC Wing will maintain a cadre of personnel at
in support of the d NAS Jacksonville to support the five legacy HS
in support of the squadrons with current operations. Their transition
global war on and relocation to Norfolk is currently scheduled to
terrorism. begin in fiscal year 2008.
Photo by PHAN Jay Pugh
Wi...and tradeshow coming
he sixth annual Jacksonville Acquisition Excellence
T-Conference and Trade Show, hosted by the
.1_ Jacksonville naval community, will take place at the
University of North Florida's University Center on April 13-
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
I -will receive 16 continuous learning points for participating
Photo by PHAN Gregory Pierot in both days of the event. For information and registration,
SH-60F Seahawk pilot assigned to HS-7 (left), prepares to go to wwwacqconf.com.
rid on the flight deck of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) to 'twa"Fom .
fuel while a MH-60S Seahawk, assigned to the "Chargers" M TH E FLEET
HC-6, hovers in the distance during a recent vertical F-4 .0
plenishment with the Military Sealift Command fast combat
pport ship USNS Arctic (T-AOE 8). Beware of payday loans
From Page 2
(-' need or a want. I'll bet if you take a day or two to think
,."about the purchase, some of your apparent needs will slide
to wants. Also, compare prices. Few things are unique in
.. our world. Competition is good because it means you have
choices. Do your homework don't just buy the first thing
.ti ,....: i.."- -you see. Finally, take some time to analyze what your
---=. .i ,repayment plan will be if you are purchasing something
'U using a loan or on credit. If you don't ask these tough ques-
tions before you make the purchase, you'll be forced to live
with the financial ramifications when the bill comes due.
Although we all wish we made more money, the fact is
we are all limited to what we make depending on. our pay-
Photo by PHAN Kristopher Wilson Photo by PHAN Greg Pierot grade and time in the Navy. Learning to live within our
i aviation warfare systems operator assigned to HS-7, Sailors assigned to the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 perform mainte- means is a mark of financial maturity, and the earlier you
catches from the cabin door of a SH-60F Seahawk as the hel- nance on the main rotors of two SH-60F Seahawks on the learn how to do that, the brighter your financial future will
Dpter approaches the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry be. Good luck Shipmates, you work hard for your money -
rrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). S. Truman (CVN 75). do your best to protect it!
ADVENTURE HAS A NEW DESTINATION.
4 JX Air NeWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 7, 2005
SECNAV continues to
make safety top priority
Photo courtesy of HS- 11
Pilots flying a HS-11 helicopter observe as Air Force aircraft conduct an aerial refueling pro-
cedure during a recent training exercise.
HS-11 back from New Mexico
By-Ensign Dave Colon
H S-11 recently returned from a
detachment to Kirtland Air Force
Base in Albuquerque, N.M. in sup-
port of exercise Roving Sands. The detach-
ment focused on joint training opportuni-
ties, particularly conducting combat search
and rescue (CSAR) missions, mountain fly-
ing and aerial offensive tactics.
The "Dragonslayers" of HS-11 flew more
than 180 hours making the most of an
excellent opportunity to fly in a challeng-
ing environment and work with a different
branch of the armed forces. Flights includ-
ed challenging familiarization flights in
the mountainous terrain of New Mexico,
gunnery exercises, CSAR training missions
and five check-flights for the pilots and air-
Many events were planned and flown
with sections of the Air Force's 512th
Rescue Squadron and 551st Special
Operation Squadron. During the first week
the squadron observed how the Air Force
conducts missions such as CSAR and aeri-
al refueling. The second week, HS-11 led
the joint events, exposing the Air Force to
the Navy's standard CSAR tactics. The
Dragonslayers flew in challenging condi-
tions as well, flying in snowstorms, winds
gusting up to 40 knots, low light nights,
and very low visibility. With so many flight
hours being flown in such a short period of
time, the ground maintenance personnel
were equally busy maintaining and repair-
ing the aircraft to support the busy sched-
ule. During the exercise, HS-11 aircraft
were in the air from 8 a.m. until 11 p.m.,
seizing every opportunity to utilize the
Not only did the Dragonslayers work
hard while in New Mexico, they found
ample time to take advantage of recre-
ational opportunities in the area.
Squadron members could be found driving
snowmobiles in Colorado and skiing in
Sante Fe, N.M. While on detachment, AWC
Brantley Lowe reenlisted on March 25.
Lowe delivered a heartfelt reenlistment
speech conveying how his time at HS-11
has been one of the best of his entire
career. The ceremony was followed by a
squadron party at the MCM Elegante
The detachment in New Mexico was ben-
eficial to the pilots, aircrew and mainte-
nance personnel of HS-11. "Flying like this
really prepares our men and women for air
wing exercises at NAS Fallon, Nev. and for
future deployments in to foreign and possi-
bly hostile mountainous terrain," said Lt.
The squadron would also like to extend
special thanks to the U.S. Air Force 58th
Special Operations Wing, the 512th Rescue
Squadron, and the 551st Special
Operations Squadron for accommodating
HS-11 during the detachment. The Air
Force was most helpful in providing
spaces, equipment and time to help
achieve HS-11's training goals.
From J02(SW/AW) Rebekah Caruso
Secretary of the Navy Public Affairs
Secretary of the Navy Gordon
England reaffirmed his commitment
to safety during the Secretary of the
Navy luncheon, hosted by the Navy
League, March 22.
In 2003, Secretary of Defense Donald
Rumsfeld challenged the armed forces to
reduce their mishap count by 50 percent
for FY04 and FY05. Although that time-
line is almost over, England said the focus
on safety and reducing mishaps contin-
"When the Chief of Naval Operations,
Commandant of the Marine Corps, and I
sat down and decided on our priorities for
2005, we placed safety third on the list,
following the global war on terror, and
homeland defense," said England.
"This should show exactly how impor-
tant the welfare of our troops is. I feel
that Sailors and Marines are our most
important resource, and that ensuring
their safety must remain one of our top
During his first term as Secretary of the
Navy in 2001, England elevated the
importance of safety in the Navy and
Marine Corps by creating an independent
executive branch solely for safety, naming
Connie K. DeWitte as Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Navy (Safety).
The Department of the Navy is the only
branch of the military to create an inde-
pendent office focused on safety.
"Our role is policy, oversight, advocacy
and strategy for safety," said DeWitte.
"While within the Navy and Marine
Corps, we have varying cultures and need
to take different approaches to issues and
concerns, the overall goal remains "mis-
sion first, our people and their safety
In addition, the Secretary ind his wife,
Dotty England, established a monetary
award out of their personal funds and in
collaboration with the Navy League and
several corporate sponsors, which recog-
nizes individual and unit achievements in
the realm of safety every year. At this
year's luncheon, one individual and two
units were again honored.
Capt. Joseph J. Paul was honored for his
work as safety leader for Commander,
U.S. Naval Air Forces, whose efforts
reduced the Navy's aviation mishap rates
to their second lowest in history.
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and
Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS
& IMF) was recognized for the leadership
shown in 2004 by implementing and exer-
cising innovative safety policies, and
reducing mishap rates in the execution of
more than 1.04 million production man-
PSNS & IMF was also recognized as the
first Naval Shipyard to be accepted into
the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration Voluntary Protection
Program, a nationally recognized program
that promotes excellence in safety.
Marine Air Group 14 was recognized for
an innovative leadership program that
now serves as the model for mentorship at
the NCO level throughout the Marine
Corps. Since the inception of this pro-
gram, private motor vehicle mishaps were
reduced by 45 percent in the second half
of FY 2004, and alcohol-related accidents
England praised the award winners for
their commitment to safety, and called on
all hands to take part in ensuring the
safety of the Navy/Marine Corps family.
"I want each Sailor, Marine, and civilian
employee to serve as chief of safety for
their organizations, themselves and their
families," said England. "Simply put,
every one of us must ensure the safety of
ourselves and of our Sailors, Marines,
civilian and family members, both on and
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The Personal Property
Offices (PPO) at Jack-
sonville, Kings Bay,
and Mayport will close at 10
a.m. April 21 for a com-
mand function. The PPOs
will reopen April 22 at 7
a.m. If you have an emer-
agency regarding your per-
sonal property shipment
during this time, please call
the PPO director's cell
phone at 955-9283.
By Renee Hatcher
MMA Public Affairs
(MMA) received its
mission design series des-
ignation on March 30.
MMA will now be identi-
fied as P-8A.
The P-8A MMA is the
Navy's replacement plat-
form for the P-3C Orion,
securing the Navy's future
in long-range patrol. The
primary mission of MMA is
to provide persistent anti-
In addition, MMA will
contribute to anti-surface
warfare and intelligence,
surveillance and recon-
capabilities as defined in
the Sea Shield and
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that will follow the P-8A
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tuxent River, Md. adminis-
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gram. NAVAIR is working
closely with the Boeing
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The program is currently
in the system design and
development phase. Initial
operating capability is
scheduled for 2013 with
full operational capability
planned for 2019.
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Naval Hospital Jax selects civilian of the year
By Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Wellness Center Tobacco
Cessation Program Man-
ager Danny Woodard has been
selected Naval Hospital
Jacksonville 2004 Senior
Civilian of the Year.
Woodard was presented the
Meritorious Civilian Service
award by Naval Hospital
Officer Capt. John Sentell for
displaying exceptional expertise
and unparalleled resourcefulness
while working at the Wellness
According to the citation,
Woodard's flexible program
strategies and willingness to
apply different tactics to reduce
the use of tobacco products
among clients led to a 35 percent
program success rate, exceeding
the national 10 percent rate.
Woodard also researched and
acquired free client health edu-
cation materials and products,
saving the command more than
He also initiated, planned and
organized a special stress man-
agement workshop for deploying
"This is really a pleasant sur-
prise to be selected for this
award," said Woodard, who has
worked at the Wellness Center
for the past three years.
As 'the tobacco cessation pro-
gram manager, Woodard's job is
to help people stop smoking and
using tobacco products. "We run
a four-week education and indi-
vidual counseling program and
offer them nicotine replacement
therapy, which consists of the
patch, gum or lozenge. I have
also created'a tobacco cessation
facilitator's course and want to
take it Navy-wide to certify other
medical personnel to conduct
this program," explained
Woodard, a retired Navy chief
aviation electronics technician,
began working in his field, when
he volunteered for the Navy's
substance abuse counseling pro-
gram and became the Counseling
and Assistance Center director
aboard the USS Saratoga for
While working at the Alcohol
Rehabilitation Center at NAS
Jax, Woodard completed several
college degrees, earning a bache-
lor's degree in psychology, mas-
ter's degree in counseling and
certifications in addiction pre-
vention, health promotion and
substance abuse counseling from
"I was also on a mobile train-
ing team my last year in the
Navy, traveling throughout the
Southeast and Caribbean con-
ducting training on substance
abuse education and prevention.
All those experiences and formal
education helped me get where I
am today," he said.
After retiring from the Navy,
Woodard was hired by the
Marine Corps to initiate a drug
education program at Marine
Corps Air Station Beaufort, S.C.
Six years later, he was hired to
run the tobacco cessation pro-
While getting people to stop
smoking is his primary responsi-
bility, Woodard also does a lot of
outreach programs. "I also pro-
vide illegal and legal drug educa-
tion and conduct a stress man-
agement program. There is a big
need for these types of classes on
base," continued Woodard. "I
spend hours researching these
programs so all the information I
put out is current, especially the.
club drug information. I think
it's important to get this infor-
mation out to our Sailors, both
young and old alike."
A former smoker himself,
Woodard quit 24 years ago cold
turkey and ran the Marine Corps
Marathon three years later.
Woodard says he really enjoys
helping people kick the addic-
"My grandfather was from the
tobacco belt in North Carolina
and raised tobacco to make a liv-
ing like his father and grandfa-
ther. He was the hardest work-
ingman I've ever known and I
get my work ethic from him.
When I was young, I had to work
in the tobacco fields. So, it's pret-
ty ironic that now I'm -doing
something to try to prevent the
problems tobacco causes,"
"Back then, we had no idea
what tobacco did to people. I use
all these experiences in my pro-
gram now because I know tobac-
co how it's raised, cultivated,
cured, sold and the health haz-
ards," he continued.
"I want to help people stop
using tobacco products and other
harmful substances because I
have seen the carnage it takes
on families and their loved ones.
Smoking is the number one
cause of premature death in
America. ," said Woodard."
People need to understand that
it's not easy to quit smoking and
dipping. They have to make it
their number one priority along
with their family, their job and
their God. Sometimes they have
to make some difficult lifestyle
changes. And, if they need some
help to quit smoking or dipping,
just call us," he concluded.
For more information on the
classes offered at the Wellness
Center, call 542-5292.
Gambling activity prohibitions for federal employees
By Cmdr. Denise Stich
Office of the Vice Chief of Naval
Operations, Assistant for Legal and
ethics rules fre-
quently come up during
the Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive and
sporting events like the
NCAA Basketball tourna-
Under paragraph 2-302
of the Joint Ethics
Regulation (DoD 5500.7-4),
"a DoD employee shall not
participate while on feder-
ally-owned or leased prop-
erty or while on duty (for
military members, this
means, in this context,
present for duty) for the
Federal Government in
any gambling activity pro-
hibited by 5 C.F.R.
735.201," except under cer-
tain limited circumstances
In general, gambling is
defined as furnishing of
something of value-usual-
ly money), in a game of
chance, that offers a
reward or prize. Under 5
C.F.R. 735.201, prohibited
gambling activities include
operation of a gambling
device, conducting a lottery
or office pool, a game for
money or property, or sell-
ing or purchasing a num-
bers slip or ticket.
ted by law enforcement
duties. Approved internal
welfare fund drives if not
otherwise prohibited by
local law. Private wagers
based on personal relation-
ship within government
living quarters if within
the limitations of local law.
Purchases of lottery tick-
ets from blind vendors
authorized to operate
While the Secretary of
the Navy's policy on the
annual NMCRS fund drive
provides an exception to
the prohibition against
gambling for raffles, lotter-
ies and carnival-type
games of chance, this
exception is subject to local
regulations applicable to
the Pentagon Reservation,
including the Navy Annex,
which specifically prohibit
gambling in any form (see
32 C.F.R. Part 234). As a
result, the only gambling
exception for the Pentagon
is for licensed blind ven-
dors for state lotteries.
If you have any ques-
tions, please contact your
designated ethics coun-
South Dakota offers bonus to veterans
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personnel who were legal
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Armed Forces, and who
served on active duty dur-
ing one, or both of the fol-
For service between the
dates of Jan. 1, 1993
through Sept. 10, 2001
payment will be made only
to those who served over-
seas and were awarded the
Armed Forces Expedition-
ary medal, Southwest Asia
Service medal, Kosovo
campaign medal, or any
other United States cam-
paign or service medal
awarded for participation
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against hostile forces.
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All other parking areas are for those personnel
working in Building 1 who have an orange plac-
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ard must be visible from outside their vehicle.
There is also a designated parking area specif-
ically for government vehicles. Tickets will be
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A cannon shot fired by the NAS Jax Weapons Department signals the start of the
ners taking part in this year's Navy 10K Run aboard NAS Jax last Saturday.
By Miriam S. Gallet
Rain and a strong, cool wind did not damp-
en the enthusiasm of the more than 320
runners and walkers who turned out to
participate in this year's Navy's 10K Run and
5K Fun Walk last Saturday.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson welcomed the participants and
their families and gave the official "start" to the
runners. "This is great! To get this many people
out on a cool, rainy Saturday morning is terrific,"
remarked Dobson. "We, are looking to see what
we can do to re-open the race to the public next
After the Navy Band Southeast finished play-
ing the National Anthem, a simultaneous can-
non shot fired by the NAS Jax Weapons
Department personnel and a signal from Dobson
gave 276 runners the green light to begin the
The 10K course, which many seasoned run-
ners consider a flat and easy course, became a
challenge. The rain that had fallen only minutes
before the beginning of the race made the roads
slick. In some areas, rainwater had flooded the
roads and a crosswind caused many runners to
slow down. However, pure determination helped
many persevere. The last runner crossed the fin-
ished line at 1:28:04.
Awards were given to the top three finishers
in the male and female categories according to
their age group. The overall winner, crossing the
line finish line first, with a time of 36:23, was 26-
year-old Lt. Drew Miller of Naval Atlan-tic
Meteorology and Oceanography Facility." This is
the first time I've run this race and I ran it in a
good time. It was lots of fun," Miller said. "The
course is the same as the one I run twice a day,
first in the morning during my fitness training
for the Navy's Personal Readiness Test and then
I run again after work."
Placing second in the Men's Open category
was Gregory Richards, 28, at 37:04. Following
close behind and rounding out the men's top fin-
ishers was Tyrone Johnson, 22 with a time of,
Placing first in the Women's Open category
was Kathy Murray, 42, who sprinted ahead of
the competition to win with a time of 45:33.
Moments later Stacey Eldridge, 33, crossed the
finish line taking second with a time of 46:22.
Coming in third place was Sarah Woollard, 24,
with a time of 46:37.
Other winners included Bill Dunn (38:07)
Masters Men, Jody Dolan-Aldrich (47:32)
Masters Women, Paul Geiger (42:10) Grand
Masters Men, and Grand Masters Women win-
ner Jan Taylor (50:16). For complete race results,
The run was also a great venue for the mili-
tary team event, which featured nine teams.
Each team could carry four members with the
three best times counting toward the overall
team time. Navy Southeast Regional Running
Team was first with an overall time of 1:59:13.
The team members were Drew Miller (36:23),
Truban Harrison (40:03) and Michael Maixner
(42:48). In second place was Afloat Training
Group Mayport with a time of 2:08:13 and in
third place was Vicksburg 1 from USS Vicksburg
with a time of 2:20:35.
The race began on Child Street between the
Navy Exchange and the Post Office. Runners
took off down Child Street, turned right at
Akron Street, left on Allegheny and out to
Perimeter Road along Highway 17. The course
took runners along the perimeter of the base
coming out behind the housing area on Mustin
Road. The course continued down Mustin past
the golf course and up to Enterprise Street
where runners turned left heading down the
stretch to the finish line. The 5K Fun Walk had a
different course. Forty-six walkers completed the
The annual event is held each year to give
service members, Department of Defense civil-
ians, retirees, contractors and family members
an opportunity to participate in a fun event.
According to NAS Jax Historian Ron
Williamson, the Navy Run was started 27 years
ago by the former NAS Jax Executive Officer
"Marathon Man," Capt. Charles Cornett.
Cornett, an avid runner had just returned from
running the Boston Marathon and decided that
Michael Dressier, the youngest runner in this
year's Navy 10K Run, crosses the finish line at
1:00:57, making him the winner of the Men's 10
and Under category.
an annual run-
ning event on
base would build
benefit the NAS
Jax Sailors, fami-
lies and the com-
the events of
Sept. 11, the
Navy 10K Run
was part of the.
running circuit in
many area, top-
Mary Ann Brown, 10, a Base Security
fourth grader at Thymes provided a safe
Elementary School, crosses course for the
the finish line at 57:47, mak- runners and vol-
ing her the winner of the unteers from
Women's 10 and Under cate- NAS Jax Morale
gory. Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) and various other activities
staffed the registration and refreshments
MWR Director of Fitness Tim McKinney
expressed gratitude for the many sponsors and
volunteers. "This race can only be made possible
with the untiring efforts of the entire MWR
team, numerous volunteers and the generous
contributions from our sponsors," he said.
Each registered participant received a Navy
10K Run T-shirt. First Place Sports of
Jacksonville conducted the timing for the race.
They used the championship chip placed on each
of the runners' shoes to record their times.
The following sponsors contributed cash, gift
certificates and various products, including
water, fruits, athletic wear arid various items for
the runner's bag: Reebok, Home Depot, Geico,
NAS Jax Commissary and Navy Exchange. The
Holiday Inn provided a conference room for
packet pick up and donated oranges. Massages
were provided by students from Florida
Metropolitan University under the supervision
of instructor and licensed Massage Therapist
The event ended in a high note with the pres-
entation of more than 90 awards to the top three
finishers in each category and more than 100
Michael Dahlin, 41, of Ponte Vedra (left), and Shawn Decota, 25, of Jacksonville
cross the finish line at 39:38 and 39:37 to win first place in their age categories.
Kathy Murray, 42, crosses the finish line with a time of 45:33, good enough to win
the overall women's title.
Runners and walkers pick up their registration packages at the Navy 10K Run registration tent last Saturday.
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Jim Collins of Orange Park. Collins finished the race in fourth
place in the Men's 45-49 Category with a time of 45:22.
Diane Aimone wins first place the Women's 75 and up category with a time of 1:21:54.
8 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 7, 2005
Navy renews emphasis
on civilian lost work days
By Derek Nelson
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs
On March 4, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the
Navy for Safety asked all commands to review
their progress in reducing the number of work
days lost by civilian employees.
Individual commands can check their status at a safety
metrics website run by the Defense Manpower Data
Center (DMDC). Once commands are aware of their cur-
rent rates and specific mishaps, they can more effectively
target their efforts toward preventing common and costly
"We have found that manyMost of these lost work time
injuries are ergonomic-musculo-skeletal injuries, back
injuries, repetitive motion-and these are preventable,"
Capt. Charlene Brassington said. Outside assistance is
available to help prevent these mishaps. For example, the
Naval Facilities Engineering Command's ergonomic team
helps commands adapt equipment and work processes to
the physical requirements of the human body.
Critical to preventing lost work days is cooperation
among safety and occupational health professionals, and
human resources Injury Compensation Program
Administrators (ICPAS). The Navy recently hired full-
time human-resources experts to oversee the worker's
compensation programs at the HQ level. They can provide
helpful guidance about return-to-work programs, compen-
sation case management; and injury compensation pro-
Although lost-time injuries cost the Navy tens of mil-
lions of dollars each year, the cost isn't just monetary.
"Every person who contributes to the Navy mission con-
tributes to readiness," pointed out Brassington, the Safety
Center's OSH director. "Whether they are repairing ships
or fixing aircraft, all of them matter." And when those
workers are off the job due to preventable mishaps, readi-
The DMDC site also charts the 40 Department of
Defense installations with the highest number of civilian
total lost days and rates of work-related injuries. Among
the top 40 are some_of the Navy's major industrial, high-
hazard activities such as shipyards and air stations.
Civilian lost-time injuries are one of the targets of the
Navy's on-going mishap-reduction campaign, which aims
to cut mishaps by 50 percent (based on fiscal year 2002
levels) by the end of this fiscal year. The service is cur-
rently exceeding this goal by 34 percent. As of Feb. 19,
Navy employees had lost 20,940 workdays during fiscal
For more information, go to www.safetycenter.navy.mil
Jax Suns offering
special military nights
Attention military base-
ball fans! Specially priced
tickets will be available for
five Jax Suns games. The
baseball team is offering
military members the
opportunity to purchase
tickets for the games, which
will be played between
April and August 2005.
Salute to the Military
Tonight, 7:05 p.m. vs.
May 21, 7:05 p.m. vs.
June 12, 5:05 p.m. vs.
July 8, 7:05 p:m. vs.
Aug. 11, 7:05 p.m. vs.
West Tennessee Diamond
Prices are $2.50, $4.50
and $7.50. Tickets are on
sale now at I.T.T. at NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
Verdecias named new security manager
By Miriam S. Gallet
N oemi Verdecias, a native of
Queens, N.Y. and a 28-year
civil service veteran, reported
abroad NAS Jacksonville as the new
security manager last week.
Verdecias' last assignment was as
assistant security manager and in-
dustrial security specialist at the
Naval Air Depot Jax. She has served
at various commands including Atlan-
tic Fleet Weapons Training Facility
(AFWTF), the Residence Officer in
Charge of Construction (ROICC),
Data Processing Division located at
the Naval Base in Puerto Rico.
"I graduated from business school
and join the ranks of civil service. My
first assignment was as a GS-2 clerk
typist for the Selective Service
System in Queens, N.Y.," she
explained. "In 1978, I relocated to
Puerto Rico and worked as a key-
punch operator. I continued as a
clerk-typist at ROICC and later
joined the family at AFWTF for the
next 19 years as the assistant securi-
Verdecias believes in getting in-
volved in the command and communi-
ty. "As the command grew, I volun-
teered to work part-time in the safety
and physical security division. I was
promoted as a personnel security
assistant and was assigned the task
of setting up the personnel/informa-
tion security department for AFWTF,"
At the time of her assignment,
Verdecias was the first woman in gov-
ernment to be assigned as a person-
nel security specialist in Puerto Rico.
Her hard work and devotion to duty
paid off. She was promoted as the
assistant security manager/force pro-
tection, anti-terrorism training officer
for AFWTF and also served as a for-
eign visitor liaison for foreign nation-
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certification in facility security officer
for industry anti-terrorism awareness
and physical security supervisory,"
Verdecias said, proudly.
"The command rewarded my hard
work and loyalty and in return, I vol-
unteered and trained many upcoming
security managers, security assis-
tants and contract facility security
officers in implementing all pertinent
regulations pertaining to their securi-
ty programs," she added.
In her new position at NAS Jax,
Verdecias is responsible for providing
the commanding officer and executive
officer with expert advice in all mat-
ters pertaining to the national securi-
ty program at NAS Jax. Additionally,
she serves as operation security offi-
cer and physical security for classified
and industrial security officer.
"The Navy in whole is undergoing a
large transformation since Sept. 11
that is affecting everyone and every-
thing, explain Verdecias when asked
to describe her role. My role as the
NAS Jax security manager is to facili-
tate this transformation and give
advice and provide security guidance
from a security prospective to the
commanding officer, his representa-
tives and to protect the military, civil-
ian and their family on board NAS
Jax," she concluded.
For question regarding security
issues or background investigations,
call 542-3954 or email Noemi.
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for various construction
projects. For more information, call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529,
Ext. 253. The HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating
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NavHosp Jax professionals return from conference
From NavHosp Jax Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jax Department Head of Radiology
Cmdr. Kimberly McNeil, Breast Care Case
Manager Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten, RN and
Mammogram Technician Barbara Brizzee recently
returned from the 15th annual National Breast Center
Development Conference of the National Consortium of
Breast Centers, Inc. held in Las Vegas, Nev.
The focus of the conference was to bring together profes-
sionals involved with breast health care from across the
nation to exchange ideas and learn about advances and
new techniques in providing breast health care to
Conference guests learned of various methods being
used by centers across the country to provide quality care
to their patients. In today's dynamic health care industry,
breast centers are faced with providing quality care while
simultaneously keeping costs under control. Centers
must be familiar with the newest styles of patient care
while keeping informed of new advances in technology.
Various manufacturers were on hand to share information
about their new products and product lines.
As today's women are taking a more active role in
understanding their treatment options, speakers
addressed advances in imaging and the need to better
understand breast symptoms and treatment options.
Attendees learned about the advantages of a multiple
modality approach to enable optimal patient care; were
presented discussions on the correlation between radiolo-
gy and pathology regarding breast disease; were informed
about scientific evidence to support early detection and
treatment in early stage cancer; and heard panelists dis-
cuss the interdisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and
treatment of breast cancer.
Digital mammography, MRI, controversies in screening,
legal aspects of providing care, physician executives,'
genomic and proteomic research, breast biopsy tech-I
niques, breast center development, defining quality, deliv-
ering excellence, funding, billing, coding and economics
were also part of the program.
Speakers emphasized the need for breast health care
providers to remember that the patient is focus when pro-I
viding services and care.
Over 600 breast health care professionals from across
the country attended the three-day conference.
FFSC offers educational and support programs
Photo by Linda Erb f he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Mitchell Palmquist, a program analyst at the Fleet and T Family Support Center (FFSC)
Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville, and Wanda Life Skills Education and
Romero, a program analyst at the Naval Operational Support Program is the foremost pre-
Logistics Support Center, were presented awards during ventive measure for the avoidance of
March after graduating from the Executive Potential personal and family problems.
Program. Both graduates are currently enrolled in the All FFSC workshops and classes
Naval Supply Systems Command Corporate are free and available to service mem-
Management Development Program II. bers and their families and
Department of Defense civilian per-
Diabetic classes offered at hospital
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
The following workshops are avail-
able in April:
April 11-14, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Command Financial Specialist
April 19, 1-4 p.m. Anger Control
April 20, 9-10:30 a.m. Sponsor
April 21, 9 a.m. noon Stress
April 21, 9-11 a.m. Federal
April 25-28, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (retir-
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.
he following is the Diabetic Class
schedule for Naval Hospital
Jacksonville beneficiaries from April
April 5 9:15-11:15 a.m.
April 20 1:30-3:30 p.m.
May 3 9:15-11:15 a.m.
May 25 1:30-3:30 p.m.
June 7 9:15-11:15 a.m.
June 22 3-5 p.m.
The classes will be in the Internal
Medicine Conference Room at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville. For information, call
Sharon Gladden at 542-7431.
Naval Hospital Red Cross seeks shuttle volunteers
The Naval Hospital's
visitor's parking lot
shuttle cart service
is operated by Red Cross
The Red Cross is cur-
rently taking applications
for more volunteers to
serve as drivers for the
shuttle carts. The only
requirements for shuttle
cart drivers are that they
be outgoing, eager to help
and possess a current
Florida driver's license.
Volunteers are also need-
ed to work other areas in
the hospital such as at
reception desks greeting
and providing information
for hospital guests. For
information and applica-
tions for any of the Naval
Hospital Red Cross volun-
teer opportunities call 542-
10 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 7, 2005
Navy Vacation Club offers discounts
By LIFELines Staff and
Armed Forces Vacation Club
he Navy and Armed Forces
Vacation Club (AFVC)
makes this possible by uti-
lizing "excess" inventory at condo-
minium timeshare resorts.
"Excess" inventory consists of
condominium units that resort
owners do not use, which general-
ly means off-season or short-
notice travel. If you enjoy off-sea-
son activities in popular locations
without the hassle of high-season
prices, crowds and lines or if you
can travel on 10 days notice or
less, the AFVC offers an incredi-
ble vacation value.
To determine the appeal and
demand for off-season vacation
travel, the AFVC began as a lim-
ited test in the Military District -
Washington area in January
1999. Eligibility was restricted to
military ID card holders, only a
handful of installations partici-
pated and there were just a few
resorts available, all within driv-
ing distance. The program proved
so popular, that it was rolled out
to all CONUS on Aug. 1, 1999 and
introduced to Europe on Nov. 1,
1999. On Jan. 1, 2000, the AFVC
went global and extended eligibil-
ity to anyone (over the age of 21)
affiliated with the Department of
Defense; all seven uniformed
services, active duty or retired
(medical or regular), reserves,
and National Guard (see policies
and procedures for full eligibility
AFVC seven-night condomini-
um vacations are extremely popu-
lar. The majority of availability is
generally in the U.S., Mexico,
South America, and Europe.
Availability varies, but frequently
covers two dozen or more coun-
Condominium units typically
include a full kitchen, stocked
with everything from a refrigera-
tor and stove to coffee pot and
soap for the dishwasher. Many
include washers and dryers. Most
Federal screeners to support severely injured 1
From the U. S. Department of
he Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) an-
nounced today that it will
participate in efforts by the
Department of Defense (DoD) to
establish and staff an operations
center designed to assist injured
U.S. troops and their families.
The Military Severely Injured
Joint Support Operations Center,
which will be available to assist
service members and their fami-
lies 24 hours a day, seven days a
week, was officially opened Feb. 1,
2005 by Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy
Secretary of Defense. A team of
six TSA liaison staff will repre-
sent the agency at the DoD cen-
ter, answering questions from
service personnel and their fami-
lies about how to facilitate travel
through the commercial aviation
system. The TSA representa-
tives are on hand to explain
applicable TSA security proce-
dures for severely injured service
members and to otherwise assist
our military heroes.
TSA's participation in the DoD
center was precipitated by two
recent instances of what TSA's
top official, retired Rear Adm.
David Stone, considered "insensi-
tive treatment of injured service-
men at U.S. airport security
"When we became aware of
the incidents where several
screeners fell short of our high
standards of customer service, we
immediately began the search for
a remedy," said Stone, assistant
secretary of Homeland Security
for TSA. "We apologize to the
servicemen and their families
involved and take this action to
serve as our pledge that the mis-
steps will not be repeated."
"TSA is an organization dedi-
cated to enhancing security while
providing top-notch customer
service," Stone continued. "We
fell short of our goal in these
cases, and are proud to join with
the Department of Defense in
operating this new center com-
mitted to serving the nation's
The operations center, located
-in Northern Virginia, is staffed by
caseworkers (registered nurses
with disability experience), serv-
ice representatives, and members
from each of the ten working
groups that support the center.
Each working group covers a spe-
cific area of need from financial
assistance to employment, each
working to organize resources
and help connect the families and
severely injured service members
with those resources. State and
local governments will also be
involved with the center, as will
non-profit organizations and
"We are confident that our
efforts to establish the Military
Severely Injured Joint Support
Operations Center will enhance
our customer service record and
assist TSA in understanding the
special needs of injured service
personnel," said Stone.
Photos by 101 Mike England
A group of Sailors from Navy Region Southeast take the oath to become American citizens
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You can take a dream vacation
By Pamela Liz Wilkins
Imagine sunbathing in the
Caribbean or sailing off the
coast of Hawaii. Do you
dream of Disney World? Wher-
ever your vacation fantasies take
you, your first stop should be
MWR stands for Morale, Wel-
fare, and Recreation. Within
MWR is the Information, Tours,
and Travel office (ITT). They have
a wide variety of great travel
packages available to military
members and their defendants.
ITT also sells tickets for attrac-
tions such as theme parks, muse-
ums, and zoos at a cheaper price
than you'd pay at the gate.
Valerie Clark, MWR Leisure
Activities coordinator for Naval
Station Annapolis, advises,
"Always check with the ITT office
before you visit major attractions
to see if military discounts are
being offered. Especially now, the
military is being saluted.
Discounts and sometimes free
services are being offered."
MWR is the best place to begin
your planning. Below are some
tips to ensure a dream not
Do Research The library and
the Internet are great resources,
so shop around. You can find links
to many MWR travel services at
Information, Tickets and Tours.
Have a family meeting and
' decide where you want to go.
Next, decide how you'll get there.
Luckily, as a military family, you
have plenty of options. One is
"Space A" travel which allows
service members and dependents
to fly on military aircraft after
active-duty personnel are accom-
Major Airlines Offer Military
Discounts Check out Orbitz or
Expedia for deals. Finding them
can be a real challenge, but the
LIFELines article, Surfing the
Raging Sea: Airline Travel Online
has great tips. If you fly commer-
cially, remember the extra securi-
ty precautions and pack accord-
ingly. If air travel makes you
queasy, take the bus or train.
Military discounts are available
on Greyhound and Amtrak.
Like to Be in Control of Your
Own Schedule? Rent a car or
RV. You can schedule rest breaks
and sightseeing trips at will.
Make sure you have a second
driver aboard to take over when
fatigue hits. If you decide to drive
an RV, there are numerous mili-
tary campgrounds (including
MWR campsites) nationwide.
Also, Veterans Advantage has a
car-rental discount program.
Some installations rent campers
and travel trailers; call your local
MWR Outdoor Recreation Servi-
ces office for more information.
On a Budget? Try military-
affiliated lodging such as the
Navy Lodge or an Armed Forces
Recreation Center (AFRC).
In DC? Check out the U.S.
Soldier's and Airmen's Home
where enlisted military personnel
can stay for $20 a night. For
reservations, call (202) 730-3044.
Taking a vacation doesn't nec-
essarily mean you have to travel
thousands of miles. "MWR/ITT
offers day, overnight, and even
week-long trips in which trans-
portation is included," says Clark.
"And you're not limited to the
office on your base shop around
at other military communities in
your area and tell the staff what
types of trips you're interested in
So, whether you're touring Lady
Liberty or the Hollywood Walk of
Fame, a trip to MWR's ITT Office
first will pay off in the end.
19th annual festival hosts over 30 presenters
Novelists, poets, folk-
ers, agents and edi-
tors are invited to come out
May 19-22 to the Sea Turtle
at Atlantic Beach to hone
their writing skills, meet
award-winning authors, get
advice, enjoy gourmet meals
and spend time interacting
with other authors.
William Least Heat-
Moon's will present the
keynote address at the
Friday night banquet. Best-
selling author of Blue
Highways and River Horse,
Heat-Moon will be preceded
by author and award-win-
ning folklorist, Gerald
mystery writer and satirist,
S.V. Date, will deliver the
keynote address at the buf-
fet luncheon on Friday and
Brian Corrigan, author of
The Poet of Loch Ness, will
inspire aspiring writers at
the awards luncheon on
editor, NPR commentator
and distinguished professor,
Andrei Codrescu, will share
the podium with his New
York editor, Amy Gash, from
Algonquin Books during a
session on Saturday as they
discuss the editor/author
Codrescu will also present
the keynote address at the
luncheon on Sunday for
Agents and Editors Day.
Mystery writer, Victoria
Laurie, will team up with
her agent, Jim McCarthy,
for a session on the agent/
author relationship on Sat-
You will also be able to
catch Jim McCarthy at his
session on finding an agent
Critically acclaimed novel-
ist, memoirist, and screen-
writer, Connie May Fowler,
will present workshops on
both Friday and Saturday.
novelist, Leslie Schwartz,
will tell us about her novels
Jumping the Green and
Poet Sophie Wadsworth
will join local writers
William Slaughter and Teri
Grimm to share information
on writing and publishing
Jane Wood and Vic
DiGenti will share tips for
writing for children and
young adults while Laura
Parker Castoro and Sandi
Kitt share the stage to pres-
ent sound advice for new
writers based on years of
success as romance writers.
Storyteller and author,
Mary Fears, will dress in
costume as she discusses
Civil War reenactments and
the importance of story-
telling in African-American
history. Stella Suberman
will share writing tips from
her books The Jew Store
and When It Was Our War.
If you're interested in
playwriting and screenwrit-
ing, you won't want to miss
Linda Dockery, scriptwiter
for TV shows such as
Fantasy Island and Cagney
and Lacey; Ian Mairs, play-
wright, director and actor,
whose plays have been pro-
duced regionally and Off-Off
Meiback, president of
Hollywoodlitsales and a
leading expert in the "spec
script" marketplace, and
David Zuckerman, producer,
writer, and president of
ScriptCoach, a screenwrit-
ing consulting company.
Bob Mayer, author of over
30 books, will share infor-
mation from his highly suc-
cessful Novel Writer's
Toolkit and Bob Morris,
journalist, mystery writer,
and travel writer will talk
about getting published in
David Poyer and Lenore
Hart will pair up for an
informative session on writ-
ing and getting published
and Carol O'Dell will return
this year to discuss writing
fiction and non-fiction.
Don't forget to come early
and join us Thursday night
for the welcome reception.
The event is free and will be
held on the verandah of the
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By Arlene Hull
Are you envious of those travel chan-
nel people who vacation in luxuri-
ous 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 fam-
ilies, 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 destination of choice.
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 with-
in the following 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 hand-
ball courts, three pools, a pool bar, a hot
tub, three snack bars, a jogging trail, a
playground, a sand volleyball court, and
In addition to Bibas Bar and the
Warriors Lounge, available evening enter-
tainment includes the Hale Koa Luau,
Tuesday Night Magic and Tamas
Fishing tournament coming up
N AS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department Mulberry
Cove Marina presents the annual
Bass Fishing Tournament April 16 safe
light to 3 p.m.
The team format is two anglers per boat.
The entry fee is $60 per team, $75 after
April 1. There is an optional Big Bass Pot
fee of $10.
The tournament is limited to first 100
teams. Cash prize payout is guaranteed 80
percent, with 100 percent of the Big Bass
Approximately $6,000 in cash prizes
awarded. Valuable door prizes to include
2 FOR 1 Daily Drink Specials
power tools, gift certificates, fishing rods
and reels, outdoor recreation knives, and
Every angler will receive a tournament
hat and/or T-shirt, sponsor bag with promo-
tional items, and complimentary food and
refreshments at the weigh-in ceremony.
Tournament results will be certified by
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First, Sailors Always.
Shaquille Perry and Trevor
Merrill do their best to knock
each other other during the
gladiator jousting at last
year's carnival celebrating
Month of the Military Child.
This year's carnival will be
held Saturday at the Youth
Activities Center at 10 a.m.
Everyone is welcome.
Monday Friday 11:30 a.m.
Sunday paper and computers
Monday paper and computers
Thursday paper and computers
Retired / DoD Appreciation Day
$10 cart and greens fee
Volunteer Work Day
Volunteers receive free lunch and two rounds of golf.
Call pro shop for more info, 542-3249.
Indoor pool hours of operation
Adult swim: Monday Friday 6-8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Recreational swim: Monday Friday 4:30-8 pm.
and Saturday/Sunday 11 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
Webster Flea Market
Visit the largest flea market in Flordida and tour National Veterans Cemetery.
Cost is $20/person
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active-
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Tekken 5 Tourney
April 12, 7 p.m.
Last Buck BBQ
April 14, 5 -7 p.m.
Canoe & Kayaking Trip
St. Mary's River, Ga.
April 16, 7:30 a.m. departure
2005 Bass Tournament
April 16, first light
Entry forms available at Mulberry Cove Marina
Call 542-3260 for more info.
For information on booking command or private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque/file
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 details, 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
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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @ sar.med.
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
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
Several Youth .Fishing
Derbies are coming 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 informa-
tion, call 573-4918.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. will
hold their monthly meeting
Saturday at 11 a.m. at the AKA
Sorority House at 1011 West
Eighth Street. For more informa-
tion, call Dorothy Banks at 542-
The Southern Genealogist's
Exchange Society, Jackson-
ville, will hold a joint meeting
with the Jacksonville
Genealogical Society April 16
1:30 p.m. at the Willowbranch
Library in Avondale.
< 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.
The National Naval Officers
Chapter is hosting the 10th
annual Dr. Samuel P. Massie
Scholarship Banquet May 14 at
noon at the Hidden Hills
Country Club at 3901
Monument Boulevard. This cele-
bration will honor five local high
school seniors who will receive
over $5,000 in scholarship
monies. Dr. Edythe Abdullah,
president, Florida Community
College Jack-sonville is the
guest speaker. For ticket infor-
mation, call Lt. LaShelle
Hamilton at 542-7045, Lt.
Lakesha Chieves at 542-9212
or Lt. Cmdr. Ethan Josiah at
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Free beginners tennis clinic
Tennis Pro William Feliciano will be giving a free
Tennis Clinic Saturday 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 by today.
Adult Beginner's Clinic: 8:30-10 a.m.
Ages 10-13 Beginner's Clinic: 10-11 a.m.
Officials and scorekeepers
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and
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Southeast Regional qualifying times:
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Women 4 Hrs.
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Bankruptcy Law FiofAFFORDABLE QUALITY Home Satructures, Inc. 3S2475'3500 $12,500. 904-264-4136 I00 Apartments schools, golf pools ten- West Coast M Pool & Iwn maint. incl.
SIF YOU HAVENEW HOMES Realtor (904) 317-4511 3 9nis, volleyball, 11 mi from Realty, Inc. 813-9 0766 No pets/smkg lyr ease.
Lansing J. Roy P.A. A HOUSE TO SELL.. ST MARY'S 2/1.5 TH,p, Furnished N 3-4287 50 ARL 3/2, ch/a pets nego $ 200m. 229 Deerwood
NE391A00 ehave oute dy-o e 30 01$ OS Go rg s k cnd i prch ur g enits 370 Lots for Sale NJAX-.Ktchntts uI,Dcable 904-269-1239 4505oc 6 6-7 h MU T/2/1a 's.
391-0030 We have out of state 3BR/2BA 1649 SF. Margaret's Walk scti porch. granite kit. 72705Lotsofor6Sale 904-803-4287 or $850sc r np r cRh r. 904-284-2665
NEEDALAWYER? investors ready to From the $150's. Gorgeous-4/3. scrnd tile firs, beautiful units Pl NJAXKtcbnttutilcable 904-269-1239 743-0055 or 646-4757 M'BURG 3/2/1 appl's.
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4AAA Attorney4Referralsv hiswyU a fUe price offk! Finance Programs. 403Z _1-5 ACRES, Onu.Line 7i41468sf. 3/2.5/g-ar, $1050 New! $775 Mo, water 1st&sec 904.819.9368
800-733-534224hrs. wFoetalslx10 Finan78 gra135 Margarets Walk4/3/3 365 Manufactured ST. AUG.Buulbr. 287-9435 868-4577 incl'd. 9042912124 M'BURG- 3/2 on 1 acre
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AMERICAN STYLE I Realtor (904)317-4511 276005 $359,900.904.284.1221 Cal 47-9063 p 904 SO Miraista. New3/3, gar, Oceanvew, pool. $1900m New Appliances
Unoutest MAND. 1whpre -npres AOr Aparlmenis $2500m. Also50'Slip avi. 904-237-5754
Divorcepapers HOMES BY TONEY Pace Isl FSBO 4/32373sf, 14a70 e n. ds2 r M ne r facing Intercoastal, 6mo. min. 904A382894 Ridaught Subdivision.
Without kids (while you CRC-057161 Gated comm. $300,000. great smrter 9232653 R ,H e3r 405 L'nftermh Pease.re DLd +opr
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longer) since 1981/by TOWNHOME 3/2 SET UPON 1,5 ACRES 904- 686-0253 $v rd garage W nold. garm w/openre,
appt only 641-2187 Beautiful 2br 2ba, on Fenced, In Co ury NE-I TIT rON.$199 Jax Bch- 3/2 Brand hookup no pets $895 $925m 0. 779-5428
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AgnAW89. 25304 0477-170FOR ONLY $550 MO. Monthly Special 1142sf,. 38 Avail 410-991-0817 Available Rentals new. fncd yd, iawncare,
FSBO/ASHTON HILLS- VeryNice3/1 Home, AWESOME/Foreclosure CALL225-1046 $31,000. Click on our i st Month Oakleaf and Fleming garage.904-241-5009
iKeto9an 3/2 new crpt1& hrd wd firs, 10 ins Brck3/2+Bonus 2cgar other home floorpans 1S FREE e 2 d Island $1185-$1350 NEWIN,C Crossnore
tie, pool. 904.6104681 from NAS $106k FDR, fp, pristine, 242-8412 A 3/2 SW, Compl. remod. americansuperstore.biz hily Park New condo 1600 sf Rent Specials Keller
Actions JTB/KERNAN Hunters 542-3672 GOLF Course Home4/2.5, carpet, loc. near NAS in equipped p 1 car comp.furn.8287332328
Ridge 3/2, nice flr plan Tons of upgrades! SJGCC Pk. $7500, 904.662-3118 Nside 3/4ac. &4 1/2 ac. garage (410)991-0817 CF& NAS Batchelor Cottage
200Auctions Irg yd, culdesac, good $386k. 904-599-9175building lots near air-S2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
200 Aucto schools. Won't Last! 322 Argyle 42 HOMES IN INVENTORY rt& schools willbuild $99.00 DEPOSIT SPEAL NORITAKE CHINA Refs Re 778- 2897NORTHSIDE
210 Estate Sales $189,900. 904-465-2813 _____ _____ S. HAMPTON C Great From Fleetwood Homes o suit or sell asis. Efficiency, 1&2BR with Ivyne pattern, service BRANDNEWHOME
22Public Sales $189,900.904-46-2813 views,3/2.5 lof Mstr br of Merit to Cavalier. Call 7059728 or 696.9708 approval. IstryWD Conn. for 4, plus 10 serving E. ARL3/2.5,2Story. fncd 2870 CenterwoodDrN
S4/2 1960sf Preserve lot, dwn, Ol, 2273sf, warr. We've got what, you are Randall Court 731- 0213 pieces and extras. 41 yd, gar. nicen'borhd 3/2 1540SF $985
San ar FRDR, LR, brkfst nook. $319,90 By Owner, will lookingpiece total $60. $100m+dp. 9042943223 FEDERATED MGMT.
307 $208,900 904.772.9885 co-op. 904-230-9422 CALL 225-869 375 Farms/ Across from Regency 904-781-7076. (904GRA 60
3/1 1300sf 1mi S. ofAWESOME/Foreclosure SJGCC4/3.5+Bonus, 3car, iv O R Acreage mal. 1,n2,3 BR'.s Apa ORTEGA $795MO EAGLE HARBOR
Sqr. Riverside of old SJ. A 3/2, 2cgar cih/a, Lded 50" Plasma & 65" TV 888-8363 Immaculate 2/1 w/, 1705 Eagle Watch Dr N'SIDE 4/2 2000 sf
$259k 352-359-40151 8319 ChasonRd, 242-8412 incl.$539,900.904820498 FARM S. E. Irwin Co hw firs, new kitchen, 5BDR,4BA, 2804SqFt. b nd new/ wood
259k 352-359-4015 Gof&CCBrand ac, open land, ARLW.aefrT /5 pool. at ok. 553 4284 $1850 mth, No Pets.looran tilnew cwommd
North new 4/3, olf fCC Brand On your new home pia 3nred pines and pool, clubhse. coml. PVB-NeLu 2 id (904)262-0903 pool, avail 5/15;
Rea Es.310 Mandarin 325 acksonville $4k.522985/238807 695.2255 or 3348846 dy p3 d ro ironag. p 0 -79 .e.r d. d 90803.1477 PCS move
CReal Estate 3bundanrt ildiie Deer Arlington r-sort amen GrO loc FLEMING ISLAND
For Sale o EOS R s Si mr n oK 345 s Nassau TakinAtDs rkaduckby8nrS coNbD qmoi SBR 0Zl eak .poolr
nl$90Ltnn All turkey, ducks, by owner Sacious 1 2 &3bd a ts $1195m. 904-285-0083 3/2, gated, $1300 mo
23092Cutie 800749-8124x93B Bankraung er$260 2-Forehand Realty Co scrod in, 2 car gar,
Only $44,900! Listings Self Employed OK 3CounS CALL 225-998 s 0c 98 94. IiilIIN19i-441 PVB quieta1 BR condo. 771-2345 1800sf, $1295 465-0989
230-292 Ge ia Counties 80 7498124 x1903 Bankruptcy OK CLATON00 No Credit. / GA Washington Co. Central location, pool. steps away from TPC, FLEMING ISLNSIDE an br fn
24 Fennandina/ RO VE -try / Mark 904279-1600 a 136.11 ac. Open, pines, Unbeatable prices. 3rd fir, gated comm FLEMING ISLPL. 3/2STH. N'SIDE Clean 2br, fncd,
SFRUI VE-2Stry4/3,5+s 2/2 .appl, dshwshr, hrdwds, creek, 904-721-466 main's from beach, w/d New,a iappl, pools, wn h/a, off Dunn Ave.
eoiicllsaneo B frm fc 0 4BRrBA, New CH/AC, IFYOUHAVE wash/dryer frn deck, 678-313-5090 Drake inc9'd, $925 534-7802 care, $1190m. 269-1971 $750m. 904-751-7519
296-eorgiaMiscellaneous fpi,cerfirs.,2c, FSBO Vinyl Siding, Carpet, A HOUSE TO SELL-. 2 sheds. $2500 eq. Realty ATL. BCH Duplex 2/1, all FORT CAROiNE OAKLEAF NEW 3/2 dbl
300Avondale/Ortega $299,900.90428.3027 and Paint. Open house We have out of state $395.57mo. call 730.8606 new Irg yd.c$700-sec F A i? N 32dl
302Riverside FSBO -3/2, .5 acre. new Sunda4 2-Spm4618 investors ready to ZONEDRCI, OneAcre 904-210-9402 ClTIHOMESOF 4/3, 2600 sf, garage lawn svc, club
306Int l Wespese 904sO OU V 2 B6OOM4BATH FvailN6/1,H$2000/mo PcOI
307 San Marco 90e ek!4r-10eUS 90,35mRnutes2RER T UNITS 9/ SQATH
310 Mandarin FSBO 3/n$240k, 1800sf, A 5/3 FORECLOSURE! Call For Detals! xl0 to downtown Jax. Build RIVERFRONT REN Rmove 904- 803-1477 o o r. a
uCove54OSn.ncalln00-749824n I d', Cd Feltr($415415UNITSSURROUND FRUIT COVE 3/2, w/d 4/15A1475.240.832.8008
32WestsideerCoveLn. call80748124x1002 Reator(904)317-4511 dre, r.dc-c I,. .hed IrsesorDeveo Bcm.HaLAC Pad' ANICELANDSCAPED hu's, nice n'hood, $750 OP/OAKLEAF 4/2, new.
322Args e GREAT4/2POOLHOME AWESOM HIGHLANDS $7500Ec c:,nd. 30 806 $250 904707963 384-6151 Mon-Sat COURTYARD WITH POOL! mo, 904- 287-8643 L AF n
322argle GREAT4/2POOLaHOME AWESOMHIGHLANDS w/d & refrig. avail,
325Nort Jacksonville in Julington Crk Plant OWNER FINANCING-NO NEW3/2 n Hilliar FLEETWOOD d95 22 eFRUIT COVE 5/4, 3650sf, $1250-$1295 264-1425
32 6Springfield ation 278,900 Call BANK NEEDED. Great FSBO $125k 76XL 5 E o ,W d 9.-.2. 1e3 0 esam e Bi BAUTRUL CL $N5LEA SE!
Laurie Blake Realty Exec 3/2 Remodeled- Like Call 904-813-9100 le rkL 30k 349-n4013 0 Properies PMONTH FRUIT COVE-5/4,3650sf,/1250-1 295 264-142Cf
380 Properies T ECOMMUNITY 9 l$260M hottub, o287-0115 P 2000sfcud 3/2/2C
27Dwntown 333-442 / 220-8008 New-Keuka Dr. FREE 904) 7300603 bonus rmPool, nr Sc.
330 Beaches 442 /ALL288843 24N HR recorded message FLEETWOOD Dbae .irig OWNER RETIRING r&2BRrn s&2pac,'ous Z FEDERATED GREENCOVE/Black Creek NAS. $1,300+dp 535.3083
33Middlebueig CAhLL 188453.315 Ar9325 ngton d e350 waterfront se House & G. At. Inc. STARTING AT MANAGEMENT GROUP Wat erfront -3/2O, 2ar
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u7etIn0od93/2.- dens, close to NAV STA amenities, $1200 Mr,
33 ayCounty $C renvit 'he od FDR cudCall D Ith$ 783-4 ; Mon833/ Fixer W.1 ESCSIDEF&HS4d3br/2.5ba, t car 9/2,3ca74 g$1200m
S339Put County $12500 04-280-1849 Northside North DEEP WATER Off ICW, L HOMPACKAGE xiF& n rpe garage, c r 904737.245 OP SOUTH 3/2, 2 car
340StAJohn'sCpuntyiG a Creek 4/2,2c garage 4/3,3150sf, gated com, LAND HOME PACKAGE Call 422-2966 Deck. Fen Yard, Pet OK! garage, gated community +OP UT 32TS
342SLtAugustine FSBO Gately Oaks 4/2 2 sftPrivate lot, boats up to lift 3BR2BADoubewdeEstaOn Ref Req.$595778-2897 amenities, lakeview, JCP- 4/2, NEW HOME $975m. 1stlast + $600.
344 Augustine Beach spltfir plean, 2450sf screened porch. p ,001. hrdwd,granite, 1.5 Acres In Jacksonville Real Estate available late April, $1600 $1395/mo perserve lot dep. 1857 Creekbank Dr.
hd rs tile all brick $1400/m14,500 223-338 $ Month 390 anted e NOTSIDErooms egotiable. (904) 645-6570 & more 904-422-6743 No Pets. 2644970
County cul de s'ac $ /mcm2a340 338$y80 tDown $580MoLarge91Wanted,2 & 3 Bedrooms.
3Waterfront upgrds, mature oaks, Flexible terms available FISHWEIR CREEK $9 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!!
35 Condominiums ,900.220.8355 June 1633 Woodmere Dr. 3/2/2 LANDHOMEPACKAGE BUY HOUSNo application fee.
360 Out of Area/Town/, brk Beautiful view 3/2 Double Wide BUY HOUSE CALL (904) 751-1510 0
State Ft. Carolne $25sk. 904-389-4611 on 1.25 acres in ANY CONDIIlON
365 Manufactured Homes Open house Sun 2-5. 330 Beaches Middeburg. / Keysto ne. 2R IVER,
370 Lots for Sale Pool Home Just Reduced 3 LK-Jewel, Interlachen. FL $980 Down. $595 Mo. 5 RE IDUE/ hkup,$ 0mo $600 dep
$5k All new! 4/2.5 MH-2/1 boatramp, shed, Save Thousands! nopets 904-327-6980
375 Farms/Acreage $209,900. First Coast RE A 3/2.5, 2cgar, Gorgeous 386-684-6280. $88,000 Call 291-2735
380 Invtent Property Grp 242-7218, 812-5550 Ofc. scr. lanai, hdwd firs.
382 Retrrement Comm. FDR, culdesac. 242-8412,
or Sale A WE rp24- /o8-c 0 lidesac,242e C) 0 0 0 0 0 Affordable, Fun Beach Living
385 Miscellaneous 3/2 2cgar, Gorgeous, A Full Service Brokerage Ro Andrade 0or e, Living
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4 0 Unfurnished
SOP -Oakleaf Planta-
t.ion/ new 3/2.5 town
hose w/gar, 1650sf.
pool club amenities
$500.off 1st mo $11175mo.
'215- 996-0883 (c)
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
ORTEGA Waterfront, 3/2,
gated, gym, pool, $1500
PACE ISLAND gate
comm, 4/2. LR.-FR, DR,
Fpl. $1500mo 269-8100
PALENdIA New 4/3 w/ofc
& Guest Ste on crnr lot.
$2500m w/$3000sec. dp
PVB Oakbridge 3/2 Patio
home. New contemp kit
& baths, lighted bkyrd
w/decking. Avail 4/1
$1350m+dp. 904-285 2476
SOUTHSIDE 9745 Touch-
ton 2/2, TH, Located at
II Villagio, 287-4375
S'SIDE Brand New 2.2.5
Townhome, gar, w/d hu.
off 210/95. $1050m. 1st/
Sec/Appi fee 904-540-7092
S'SIDE GROVE PARK
BRICK BEAUTY -
w/pool, 4/2, $1500mo +
dep, nopets, 993-8877
pool St Johns schools,
WESTSIDE 3/1, corner
lot, fncd. close to
schools/ NAS. $800mo.
no pets. 5943 Painted
Pony Dr 716-2287 730-7729
Lauren Oaks Subdivision
3 and 4 Bedroom
Models to Choose From
$925 and Up
3/2. billiards room
PCS $1150, military dis-
WS/103rd- 3/1.5, LR, DR,
FR, new ch/a. scr. patio,
fncd yd, No Sink/pets
or HUD. $875m 777-5955
W'SIDE/Trravis Trace, 3/2,
cul-de-sac, ch/a, no pets
W'SIDE 3/2, corner lot,
1400 sf, $895 mo.
W'SIDE 3/2 near NAS
scrn patio, 1 car gar.
lawn svc, $950 mo +dp
904 294- 5200
W'SIDE 3/2TH Compl.
NW JAX CLEAN 2BR AC
No pets Priv Lot, Unfurn.
$135wk CALL 764. 0640
Close to Elem. school.
WESTSIDE -2/1o near
Argyle, exc cond. very
clean $575mo. no pets,
non smokers apply.
4 5 BLOCKS FROM JU
/ 3br/2ba, inground
pools, garage &
central air/heat, utili-
ties split 1/3. Contact
MAND. lbr for rent-
$400, plus utilities.
O.P.- Share 3/2 home.
$500m. inc$35m until. incw/d.
904-509-7679 after 5pm
OP home. on lake near
OP Mall & NAS $450mo
Incls+utils. Call 269.4426
Fing Male. 4/2rnandina BeHm. Pool3/2
4 350m until. incl.
A secure dep neg
904-277-8026 lv msg
S Jax Bch 3/2 share
house 1 bilk to bch nice
UWS-IF seeks day work
ing Male. 4/2Hm. Pool.
no sink/drinkers. $400m
incl util. 904-777.595S
ALL JAX furn'd. CH&A,
W/D, kitchen, cable,
phone $125wk 781- 3652
ARL: Beautiful Irg rm for
rent w/ceil fan, AC. cbl
ready, priv. ent. $125wk.
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343
ATL BCH Share a house
NS.AII Util incl.
N JAX- Ktchntts until, cable
No pets $180wk + Dep.
On Bus. Line 764-0640
ORANGE PK Master BR.
$500 inc l utils, washer/
dryer,Refs req. 874.7629
Room in private home
$400 mo + until. North-
side, cable, wash,
pond in backyard. Call
232-2640 ext 120
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
515 Retail/Office Space
N/S -Drop off
Both for Sale.!
Approx. 1400 sf.
Priced to sell!
353 6330 or
ofc. 270 Talleyrand
Ave, Iblk from Sta-
2400sf. Util. included
REGENCY AREA -
New Ofc/Wrhse, 1500SF-
LAUNDRYMAT FOR SALE
Dry clean alteration $78k
Mayport 904 246 6509
515 Office Space
1 NEW OFFICE CONDO
St. Johns Bluff & Bch Blvd.
Call (904) 343-9604
Argyle Executive Suites
-3 available. 575 sq ft
to 700 sq ft. Conference
room and breakroom
included. Call 608-8766
Exec. Suites Avail Nowl
Baymeadows area. Class
A, Waterview, Furnished.
$500- $1250. 904 730-8111
OFFICE / WAREHOUSE
Powers Ave. / Beaches
731-8070 / 241-2000
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
AUTO REPAIR SHOP -
fully equipped $95k. busi-
ness only dig pgr 393-3675
Liquor ULicense, 4COP; Duval
Call (04) 631-6917
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
5630 Great Pine Ln
2/2 1210SF $625
9255 Whisper Glen
4/2 1745SF $1050
11631 Tananger Drive
. 3/2.5 1440SF $850
86748 Worthington Dr
3/2 1383SF $950
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
13198 Ebbtide Court
3/2 1940SF $1125
1843 Willesdon Dr.
3/2 1980SF $1325
2125 Fairway Villas
3/2 912SF $775
4443 Windergate Dr.
2/2.5 1280SF $750
2903 Biloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $925
3840 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 1356SF $925
3844 Hideaway Ln
4/2 1745SF $1050
1810 Hollar Place
3/2 1200SF $895
1624 Twin Oaks
3/2 1272SF $725
3/2 1211SF $850
3572 Whisper Creek
4/2 1745SF $1075
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
332 West 26th St.
2/1 915SF $550
3128 Litchfield Drive
3/2 1312SF $1195
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
1539 Cotton Clover
4/2 1828SF $1195
1442 Conestoga Ct.
3/2 1516SF $875
2757 Secret Harbor
3/2 14494SF $945
2716 Secret Harbor
3/2 1268SF $915
1965 Oak Twist
3/2.5 1516SF $865
473 Crabapple Ct.
2/1.5 900SF $575
3/2 1902SF $1195
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
ST. JOHNS COUNTY
153 Johns Glen
3/2 1800SF $1295
OFF STATE RD 210
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For more information
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Good Refs. 642-9003
Groover Clinic has an
opening for a medical
collector at the Belfort
Rd Office. Med Col-
lections Exp required
Fax resumes attn: HR
904.26 56461 or email to
I VO Bookkeeping
Prof. cust. svc. oriented.
A $2000 BONUS FOR
EXP'D PETRO DRIVERS
Florida Rock & Tank
2 yrs tractor trailer exp.
year exp. with certif.
SClass A CDL w/hazmat
& tanker endorsement.
S25yrs of age & over.
SMin. pay guarantee.
SPaid sick leave.
Company paid Life Ins.
SSafety bonuses etc. for
you & your spouse.
short & long term dis
Call (904) 356-2456 or
Apply in person at
5714 Buffalo Ave.
(Pay rate o10.00/hr)
If your looking for a full
time position with a
?rowing company you
round it. We are look-
ing for positive, moti-
early risers. CDL
required. Able to lift
upto 50 Ibs, neat
appearance a must.
Benefits and profit
Apply in person M-F
9am-3pm, 2758 Dawn
Rd. Jax, Fla. 32207.
Apply in person,
445 international Golf
good MVR, 3 yrs exp. 48
DRIVER -for TOL wrecker
co. on W/side. Valid
CDL, clean MVR DFWP
Great Bnfts 781-1202
FOR FLATBED TRUCK
CLASS B LICENSE
10439 Alta Drive
Looking for steady pay?
How about guaranteed
would you like to be
part of Jacksonville's
group? Pay starts at
$&u5- $9.00/hr, benefits
offered after 90 days.
Free on- site training
program for qualified
applicants. Call Tim
Collins at 493 5250
Tired of the same dead
Join a winning team that
has been Jacksonville's
leader in transporta-
tion for over 20 years!
Average take home
$500-$700 plus week!
Be your own boss, make
your own schedule!
I interested call Tim
Collins 355-8294 or
Brian Jeffo at 249-6289
DRIVER- wanted CDL
class B with tanker
endorsement reqd. Exc
pay & benefits. Gd
8892 Normandy Blvd
Jax Fl 32221
Pay by the load +
bonus plan. Excellent
benefits. Apply 900 N.
Unit 504. EOE
Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Class A in state Fl only.
$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000, vacation
0/0- 2 yrs experience.
dedicated runs flat-
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TOW TRUCK DRIVER -
EXP Needed. Call betw
YARD DRIVERS F/T Must
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in person at 1 Imeson
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(904)751-8531. SLS js an
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Express.Net Airlines is
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2,500 for pilots and
1,500 flight engineers.
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All candidates will be
subject to a 10-year
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phases of the DOT/FAA
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be completed at:
I AU Trades
A/C & ELECTRICAL HELP
ERS No exp necessary
Call 783-6330. Mon-Fri
A/C & REFRIGERATION
TECHS & INSTALLERS -
Exp only at Top pay.
Health dental comp
vehicle. DFWP 620-0081
exp good driving
record. Great pay &
benefits Call Woody
8-6 M-F 641-0600
AC & REFRIGERATION
TECHS Good pay and
benefits. Call 387-2106
DL req'd. Exc. pay &
bnfts. Call David 219-4404
AC REFRIGERATION TECH
pos. avail, good pay
attitude. Good driving
repair, year around
work. DFWP, 356-8819
to the Jacksonville
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Training Program are
now available for the
2005 -2006 school term.
Cut off date will be
April 29. Applications
avail. 9am. 11:45 am &
1:30 pm. 4:45 pm, Mon.
Fri at 489 Stevens St.
Ph. 781-2112 for info.
Must be mature, have
good standing drivers
licence and be able to
do some heavy lifting.
Salt water aquarium
hobbyist preferred, full
time. Call 904- 242 0332.
Dent Wizard Now Hiring
J'ville. Exc. pay! Call
800 267-9369. EOE
Automatic Fire Sprinkler
Helper, Looking for
Call 800 224- 6107 #29
Exp'd, with tools. Exc.
pay, bnfts. 954-574-9818
BIG DOG FRAMING Exp'd
Carpenters only. Franz
591 5055/Eddy 509-4101
Person experience only.
CARPENTER / MARINE
Commercial / Resident.
Stable Co. with Top
Equipment & Barge
Handy person for
Honest, good references.
Now hiring exp'd Inte-
Hourly w/bnftsand pd
holidayMust have own
with residential FRAM-
ING exp. Transp. a
MUST. 40 hrs/wk. Top
pay! Call John 219-6921
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
Fernandina & Callahan
area. Residential fram-
ing custom homes. Top
pay, year round work.
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
CARPENTERS Trim, Exp'd
Only. Own tools & trans
642-1320 or 591-2304
w/Interior Trim exp.
Tools & transportation
CLEAN-UP. Class D' Lic.
req'd. FT, good bnfts.
Get ahead of your competition at
Incepture. There are no application
fees. Convenient day and evening
classes. Financial aid for qualified
applicants Custom financing
solutions. And job placement
Contact us today at 904-363-4117.
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or visit us at www.incepture.com
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71 in Industrial/
Atlanta based concrete
form carpenters and
and Orlando areas.
efits. Drug screen req'd.
Fax resume to
or call 770-751-3887.
Concrete Form Carpenters
F/T Tools & transp req.
Co. vehicle, Great Job.
Great Pay, Benefits.
Call 4pm- 6pm 993-7687
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BM 5279123 C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Join in our goal to
become the industry
leader in cost, quality
and value. Jenkins
Brick Company, a cen-
tury old, American
owned and operated
brick manufacturer and
distributor is seeking
an individual for Deliv-
house person in our
We offer excellent ben-
efits and wages. Ben-
efit program includes
health.life short and
vacation, and 401-K.
Applicants should pos-
sess a high school
diploma or equivalent.
A class A CDL and an
record is required. Prior
forklift experience is
required. This position
is for local building
in person only:
Jenkins Brick Company
7160 Phillips Highway
Jacksonville, FL 32256
No phone calls please
Equal Oppty Employer
DRIVERS Needed for
Framing exp preferred
Top pay. 591-3858
DRYWALL PUNCH OUT
Jax area. Own tools &
transportation. Exp'd in
all areas of texturing.
Paying top rate in
market. Call George
MEN & HELPERS
exp. pref'd Gd
pay & benefits. DFvWP
ELECTRICIAN & HELPER
Exp'd. Some O/T, great
pay. bnfts, long term
employment. Tools &
transp req'd 249-3112
FT skilled in controlled
circutry to trouble-
shoot electric induc-
tion furnace & other
industrial plant eqpt.
Call 358-1849 for appt.
Construction., will train
with refs 998-2285
Fencing exp., drivers lic.
D, good record. $10/hr.
medical, dental, vision,
vacation, 401K, holiday.
Call 88 340-3922
Call 387- 2246
10439 ALTA DR.
indv with hand tools,
Will train for gates Exc
wage & benefit pack-
age Vigneaux Corpo-
GLAZIER- Need profes-
sional grade Installers
for Mirrors & Shower
enclosures, new constr,
exc. pay & benefits.
Rick at 904-669-2050
incl: health, dental,
disability, life, 401K &
pd vacation. Apply at JB
Coxwell Contracting inc
6741 Lloyd Rd West
786-1120 EOE DFWP
IS LOOKING FORM
FINISHERS, AND HELP-
Amax Landrscaping, Inc
Min 1 yrs exp., Tops paid
based on exp. Bob cat
& other landscape eqpt
exp is a plus Inter-
views Tues. & Thurs.
for appt. 904-629-2171
MACHINIST -1st Class
2nd Shift only. EOE.
Besco Inc. 783-4504
GENERAL HOME MAINT.
inspections, repairs. &
grounds maint. $25K.
Bil 800-781 .1558 ext. 17.
Fax resume to 273-5735
PAINTERS w/exp -
904-838.2767; 259- 7931
71 n Industrial/
FT, Exp pref, Competi-
tive Pay & benefits
I PLUMBERS, HELPERS I
& REPIPERS for busy I
repair shop. 288-9003 I
PLUMBERS & EXP'D
HELPERS for new multi-
family. constr. Top pay,
health, dental, holiday
pay. Rinkwell Plumbing
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
NEEDED -Exp pref.
DFWP. Call 731-2478
Railroad ROW Maintenance
DBI has opportunities in the
South East US for
Groundperson and Herbi-
cide applicator. Applicant
must be able to drive
non-CDL truck, have
exp and good work ethic.
ABLE TO TRAVEL Pest lic
desired, not a must.
call Kevin Osenbach at
DeAngelo Brothers Inc.
ONLY THE BEST
ADP Skills helpful.
Call or Apply in
Service Director at
725 3070 X 133 or
9650 Atlantic Blvd
Storefront & Curtain
With experience for
Lee & Cates Contract
Knowledge of Kawneer
System is preferred but
not a must. Contact
Bob @ 904.354-4643 or
fax res. 904-355-0131.
STUCCO FIELD SUPERVISOR -
Exp'd only. Call for
SWIMMING POOL SER-
VICE & MAINT- Exp ,
good Driv rec 1225 Park
Ave O.P. 269-7277
TRAFFIC SIGNAL TECH-
NICIAN Clean CDL. Drug
Free. Keystone Heights.
Travel EOE 800-939-7711
for Davey Tree. CDL
Orange Park & Green
Cove Springs.Great pay.
Great job!Bnfts. 401K
Toll Free 800 330- 4694
TRUSS ASSEMBLERS -
ment. Call 757-0488
to work at Mayport. Fl.
Req's 2 mo's to 5 yrs
exp. in power tool sur-
face prep. & coating
applications via spray/
brush. Comp. pay &
bnfits. Ph. 904-241-9377
or send res to: CES, P.O.
Box 330629. Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233, fax to
904-241-7750 or email
electrical & engine exp.
& Class Blic. Full ben-
efits. Call 781-7876
Work in the
Top pay for
Air conditioned &
central heated shop.
All the benefits
Shop is full
I Call Al Harris
for dependable auto
technicians at all
three Saturn loca-
tions. Must be able to
work in a fast paced
Must have own tools.
Great benefits, great
room to advance.
Apply in person.
HE AVENUES 5
Must have good
driving record and
valid Florida drivers
license. EOE Drug free
filing, data entry, use of
office equipment; ben-
efits. Mai resume to
Post Office Box 447,
to Administrator at
399-8440 email to:
BROKERS & AGENTS
Proven system. No calls.
TOO MANY LEADS!!
I have qualified people
for you to see. I need
people to see clients and
Call (904) 332-0716
COMMERCIAL LINES CSR
Greene-Hazel & Assoc.
Min 5 yrs exp required.
Call Leah Bohannon 398-1234
Great opportunity for a
detail oriented, orga-
nized person who enjoys
a fast. paced environ-
ment. Responsibilities to
include management of
Human Resource Infor-
employee benefit recon-
ciliation, and customer
service. Strong PC skills
required, experience with
ABRA a plus.
For more info,
please call 743.1883.
Apply in person
(9am 4pm, M-F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743.5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace.
seeking leasing pro-
fessional for luxury
benefits. Please apply
in p e r s o n
Club at Danforth, 3701
Danforth Drive, Jax, FL
32224. Or fax resumes
to 223 5506.E.O.E.
RBHS has the following
BA/BS in Human Ser-
vices field. Certifica-
tion as Child Protec-
Case Manager- I
BA/BS in Human Ser-
vices field. Entry level.
Services for homeless/
mental health/ sub-
stance abuse popula-
tion. Master's level.
BA/BS in Human Ser-
vices field or AA/AS
For more info,
please call 743.1883.
Apply in person
(9a.m. 4 n., M Fonly) or
mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 3221L
Fax resume to 743-5109.
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For more Info,
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Fax resume to 743 5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace
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practice. Must be
ence preferred Please
lax resumes to arnn HR
at 904 265 6461 or email
Excellent FT opportunity
at NAVHOSP Jacksonville,
FL. Must have PhD and 2
rs min exp. M-F, no
E days. Excellent pay &
Fax resume to
(210)492-0642 or email
RBHS has the following
immediately to people who
want to make a difference
In the lives of others:
Charge RNs Great
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No Weekends required.
FT, PT, PRN, direct care
5p-5a, Tdays on,
7 days off
For more Info,
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer benefits.
PRN, RNs and LPNs, MHTs
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(9anL 4 Lom., 4 F only) or
iBS, Human Resouces,
900 Unvs Blvd North,
SFax resume to 743-5139.
EOE/A DRUG FREE
opportunity for a
ive RN to advance
his/her career In the
area of cardiology.
A.A. or B.S.N. in nurs-
ing, current Florida
license, minimum of
two years of hospital
nursing with cardi-
ology experience In
an inpatient setting
required (CCU, or
Cardiac Cath exp.
experience a plus.
Must be computer
literate in windows
and have excellent
or fax resume to
River Garden Hebrew Home
Always Recruiting for the Best!
Contact Human Resources, 11401 St.
Augustine Rd.. Jacksonville, FL 32258,
(904) 260-1818, Fax (904) 886-7768.
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RN Are you an RN and
tired of working in your
current setting? Bor
land.Groover Clinic has
a position for you. We
are looking for an exp
RN for our clinical
research dept..at our
Belfort Rd location.
great salary and ben-
efits. Fax resumes to
Mederl Home Health
Care is looking for
health managers for
our new location Duval
and our established
agencies in central
Florida (Tavaresm Ocala,
Lady Lake and Cler-
mont). Qualified Indi-
viduals must be well
acquainted with one of
have extensive expe-
rience In a leadership
position in home health
and the ability and
drive for business
Registered Nurses with
background will be
These are- salaried
positions offering out-
tion and benefits
employer paid medical,
dental, short and long
term disability and life
incentives and 30paid
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Please visit our web-
Our new locations are
also looking for com-
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To be considered for
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For other positions call
1-800-833-8688 ask for
RN's, LPN's, PT,
PTA'S, OT, ST
Home Health Aides
Baylor and Per Diem
NEW PAY SCALE
Night and Weekend
call for Nursing
Debra @ 904/891-4128
or fax resume 'to:
Sane .Icna3," oni,
aL 1 rteight 16 ibsifolds
S line ia n cnal Etci.
leni conaiion $5 00
4i, 7I61 7076
Mon.Thurs 8.5 (or S.S.
Pedo office. Certic:3.
tion a MUST! Fax
resume to 64-1-8545
DENTAL ASST SURGICAL
FT. Mon-Thu Exp req
0 P. Perio Fax resume
to 904 215-0236
725 Cl Office
excel comm, PC
skills & billing exp
Excel cust serv
skills & 6 mos exp.
small co. computer
skills, strong AP AR
taxes, Apply at 5429
OFFICE ADMIN needed to
handle phones, cus-
tomer service, and
Fax resume to (904)
855-8044 ATTN: Elton.
58.50-$10 starting. Call
OFFICE ASST Strong
computer skills, orga-
nized & dependable.
Auto dealership exp
pref. Arlington area.
email resume tot
or fax 724.8762
Mon thru Fri. 9-5:30pm.
Type 65wpm. Microsoft
Office Suite & QB, Exp. a
plus. Send resume to:
Mgmt Oppt'les. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
SUPERCUTS S'slde, new
St. Johns Town Ctr:
Angle 723-3713, Tammy
620-0472; Jax Beach,
Susie 273-2888: W'side,
Brandl 786- 3547
personnel. Please visit
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
No nudity no exp nec.
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Good pay. 757-0990
Bartenders and Waltstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645- 5500
PREP & GRILL COOKS
EXC. starting wages,
benefits & paid vac.
Apply BOB EVANS
3163 Hartley Rd.
APPLY IN PERSON
7025 Salisbury Rd. eoe.
THE GOLF CLUB AT
experienced Line Cook.
Apply in person M-F
9am-3pm 315 South
Hampton Club Way,
(904) 287-7529 Ext. 208
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Arlington Auto Sales
Exp'd only. 5 day work
week. Great pay. Large
745 Sales 745 Sales 745 Sales
EXCELLENCE INTEGRITY PROFESSIONALISM
Do these words describe you? Are you money motivated but integrity driven?
CITY AUTOMOTIVE GROUP
one of the top ranked automotive groups in the country, is seeking top quality,
highly motivated individuals for the Jacksonville Metro Sales Force.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
Individuals with previous sales or automotive
experience are also encouraged to apply
COMPETITIVE BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Guaranteed Salary Excellent Pay Plan Paid Vacation
Health, Dental, Vision Daily Weekly Monthly Bonuses
401K & Retirement Plans Unlimited Income Opportunity
* Unlimited Career Advancement Train with Experienced Professionals
Monday April 11th *8:30am 5pm
Holiday Inn Baymeadows
(9150) Baymeadows Rd.)
DON'T LET THIS OUTSTANDING CAREER OPPORTUNITY PASS YOU BY!
If your need to make
$50k/yr we have the
position available. Only
serious people with the
ability to sell apply.
Yacht Broker & New
Boat Sales, Sailing
Busy W'side Furn. store.
Apply M-F O10:30-Spm
6569 103rd St.
SNo exp. necessary
SMale or female
Must want to have
fun and make money!
HONDA OF JACKSONVILLE
Ask for Mr. Carter
EOE Drug Free Workplace
For Classified Advertising,
For InFus eaer.
Call Keith 73-8385
EXP APPT SETTERS
Needed ASAP Top Pay,
Call Today! 536.1594
The M&T Company has
openings In our Cecil
CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMBLERS
Capable of soldering PTH
Capable of point to point
wiring custom wire
Send resume to
or fax to 904 77& 1624.
The M&T Company is an
Jered Industries., Inc
a world class manu-
facturer of naval
handling cranes and
is seeking qualified
Individuals o fill the
position of Fitter,
All candidates must
be have a high school
diploma or G.E.D. and
a minimum of five
working in a heavy
steel or similar
must be highly profi-
cient In the reading,
blueprints and must
be able to layout and
build large complex
steel fabrication from
blueprint, with mini-
capabilities must also
include the use of
equipment and the
ability to operate a
press brake shear
roll, forklift and
please send resume
Jered Industries, Inc
103 Shipyard drive
Brunswick, Ga 31520
or email resume to
Starting pay $9/hr. Good
benefits. Apply at 12740
Kenan Dr., Bldg 100, Ste
4. Jacksonville 32258
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
- ----- ---
Besides protecting our country, military
personnel stationed in our communities
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia last year. Their time
was given to community organizations,
church groups, youth activities, scouting
S 'axji NWiLE.
JACKGONV ILLE. FLORIDA
SNS MAY PORT. FLORIDA
EXPERIENCE CAREER GROWTH
BUICK AUDI HYUNDAI
Automotive career training & growth is
our business. We have openings for
dynamic high energy achievers.
Guaranteed $4800 per month
First year earning potential over 65K
YOU MUST HAVE:
Successful track record or be a
Recent College Grad
No Car Sales Experience
Clean Background & Driving Record
Call Wade Harper at 642 6060 to set up a
confidential interview to explore your
KEY BUICK CO.
4660 Southside Blvd
Enual Onnortunitv Emnlover in a Drun free Workplace
The City of Jacksonville
One Organization..So Many
Technical work in developing, implementing,
monitoring and overseeing recreational,
leisure, social and athletic activities and
Technical drafting work in preparing plans,
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Class D License
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CHILD CARE Pre-K
Teachers & Aides CDA
Connie or Terri 786- 5952
CLIMBER with experi-
ence for Big Ben's Tree
Service. Call 641-1131
Fast Paced Residential
AC Company seeks
MANAGERS, SALES REPS,
in Atlanta, Jacksonville,
Ocala, Orlando &
Call 813963- 0708
FRONT DESK- $12/hr +
Production bonus up to
500/mo Fully paid
health ins. Beautiful
medical imaging ctr.
Work Tue, Wed, Thur
2.8, Fri 10-8 & Sat 8-6.
Fax resume to 396- 4198.
755 Miscellaneous 894 Massage
LAWN SPRAY TECH-Pro
Care Lawn & Shrub. Clean
DL. Growing Co. Pd Vac/
Exp. only 904-645-0851
SALES REPS & TECHS
MUST HAVE VEHICLE
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Have you got Swah?
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4519 San Juan Ave.
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Leasing. 15-20hrs per
week. Must have reli-
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Hourly rate + mileage.
O.P. & surrounding
areas. Apply in person,
1409 Kingsley Ave. BIdg
1, Suite D, O.P., FL 32073
Start Your own business for
only $10. Sell to family and
friends unlimited earn-
ings, 50% commission on
1st sale Great products/no
inventory required Join the
AVON team. Call
1. 800-806-1558 (ISR)
762 Work At Home
ASSEMBLE AT HOME To
Jewelry 24hr 390- 3939
Same day service,
career counselling avail
870 Lawn Service-
SOD REPAIRS Sod
$235/pallet sod incl
Lic'd & ins mulching
Call anytime 703-5502
Mon-Sat 9-6 MM15239
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
92 Collectables and
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
96 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
4 For Sale: Treadmill
ti /Encyclopedia Bri-
tanica $50.00; Washer
& Dryer $100.00; Call
771-0177 or 568-6191
4, Treadmill CSOf-
Washer & Dryer-$100;
Call 771-0177 or 568-6191
SMicrowave four years
Sold $35.00 other tems
bes ofe PHn^ 535- 8690c fo
t Whirlpool, paid
$979. Must sell
$600 excellent condi-
tion. Call 904-992-1708
water and ice in door.
Sears Car topper great
for extra storage for
1 trips 1990's model
S excellent condition
$ 50.00 OBO (912) 673-7565
WASHER & DRYER
X-large, 10 cycle, 4
<|/spd, like new $385
WASHER & DRYER big
capacity exc cond.
$200. Call 904-327-6122
Whirlpool Electric Range
w/ self-cleaning oven
,& Dryer, Excellent
Call 904-247-7637 or
S For Sale
8 HOP Gas Air com-
S pressor contract
x wheel Barrel Type 13
CFM 100 PSI Great
Cond. $350.00 080 646-1627
A 1995 SKYLINE
14X70 3/2, near
NAS Jax on corner
lot under PCS
orders only. $13,700,
4 48 inch Magnavox Big
screen TV with PIP
also comes with
screen protor runs
call Jim 904529-8263
8X10, Good cond.
$150obo. You pick
Aquarium, 125 gal
w/ cherry wood
stand $350 obo Call
Lauren 632-0077 or
Cast iron oyster clol-
Srgo dinette set with
four chairs and glass
table top like new
$400 Call 249-6916
S TABLE- 30"W 24"D
18.5"H and 2 charis
S old, solid, and in
beautiful cond $65
Men's, Size 12,
Never worn. $50.00
0, FORD EXPEoITION
.98 4x4 Eddie
S Bauer, all pwr
77kmi. low mi,
tires battery, brakes
will not be disap-
(4 GO CART
Yerf-Dog, 2 sweater,
t w/seatbelt 6.Shp
Engine, new tires,
rolibars, new $1000.
Now $600. 904.225.2769
904.294.7033 Yulee FL
Full Warranty & Cover.
Retail $6800 Sell $3800
L wax therma spa,
wax refill incld.
Like new, list. $68. sell
$30. Call 241-1398
single Ski perfor-
tt mance 2001 model
4 I .CONSOLE '90
alum trir. $3,200
OBO, work 904-270-6608
x 2 0 2 ; ho m e
904 -751 -4929 Am
LAWN MOWERS- 2.
riding, 2 whlchrs, 1
recliner, ladies clothes,
sz 18-20 387-1791
4 LEFT BEHIND
ktset of 12 books like
-new con $35
LitUe Tykes Large Play
4, house for sale in good
< shape $40.00
4 Mid evil swords (5)
n w/wall mounts real
Jt nice call me; Murray
riding mower run
great 48 in cut $400.00 call
me 904 529-8263
Houses 15x15 Great
tlFor Business or
units $600. each.
MOVING ALL MUST GO
51" HD TV, 36" Flat Sony,
Sofas, lamps. Nordic
Track, Bowflex, much
Black, Navy fea-
warranty list: $24.61,
$17.00 OBO (sealed pkg)
Nice Teakwood Queen
Sbed with drawers
nitestands call (904)
779-4660 $ 350. also self
propelled lawn mower
FEZ COLLECTION 115
Different candy dis-
|1 pensers. Excellent
With all attach-
4 SEWING MACHINE
SBaby lok serger
4 TONY BOSELLI
SIZE, IN COLOR
NUMBER 71 CAN BE IN
YOUR HOUSE FOR $115
TV'S, Computers, Etcl
Police Seized! From $10!
Info 800-749-8128 xM438
w/rose. Pink detail,
like new size 10.
Call leave msg
4, WIRELESS DANCE
PAD AND DANCE
.GAME for PS2
S Daybed Curio,
SLumber 2x12 16"
treated top grade.
$32new will take
$25. Have 29
S917 For Sale
WESTSIDE 2 buildings,
4 bay gar + ofc. $169k.
Fire/Water Damage Repairs
"We make worn
furniture look like new"
Gator Office Furniture
922 & Jewelry
Tom and Jerry, Dino-
saurs, 4 glasses per set.
Call Darlene 772-7633
Hobnail, Bud Vases
E.O. Brody, Mickey an
Minnie Mugs, Cal Dar-
4 Diamond Tennis
S Braclet 2ct.
1L Helzburg Signa-
ture Series white
gold. Paid $2800.
will sell for $1500.
ENGAGEMENT RING -
.35ct Marquis cut,
platinum band, 2
accent diamonds, retail
$3525, sell $1700. 284-7610
925 Computers 945 Garage
COMPUTER AVONDALE- 4326 Bev-
Workstation early Ave. Sat-Sun
JP760N 768MB 7-1a,
RAM 19inch Monitor Q Avondale Tuition
AT18500DV Graphics T Yard Sale
card Logitech z-640 | jl Send 2 teens to Col-
sou nd systems $475 lege. Something for
Call 779-7327 everyone! 1266 Talbot
Computer Moni- Ave. Sat 8-3 on 4/9
tor Comkeyb aq, peAk Green Cove Springs
keyboard. speak- Moving Sale! Fri & Sat
tL ers, 500MHz AM 8.;Aril5th&AprllIth
processor, 64MOB RAM 85; April th April 9the
10GB hard drive, 56K. 1118St. JonhsAve
modem, ex con. $100. Huge Kid consign-
904-823-1741 / ment sale Fri 3/18,
OFFICES TASK LJ)8am-4pmSat3/19
CHAIRS W/ARM- 8am-2pm
REST (2). lblk, 1Brn 12133 Honey Creek Place off
'$25e a. Cal I T. Orange Picker/San Jose
904-278-5224/655-1679 Madarin 904 338-5403
ICW 12946 Brians Creek
928 Electronics Dr. Sat-Sun 8-5. Relo-
JZ. ecLating, must sell, Very
nice Turn, 374-6456
Color Tv'sfor sale 3 A n Sa
in #30.00 19-20 in JAX BEACHnMoving Sale
tLd$50.0025i1n $75.0027in Sat & Sun 9-3, Ocean
$90.00one 19 in tv/vcr EdgeApts, 201 25th
$80.00 call 729-7127 after 3 Ave S., Apt R2.
p.m. L KINGSLAND,GA Big
0 TV 48" w/remote, Garage Sale!, chir-
S'l drens, furn items
w workingZenith SatApr2.Arrive
$325.00 Sold AS IS, Rain date: Apr 9,
Call 904-278-7966 405 East Bay Ave.
945 Garage MANDARIN Moving
945 "aes 1Sal2e. Fri- Sat 8a-2p,
__ Sales 12572 Allport Rd. Jon
Boat, tools, HH goods.
ARUNGWOOD 3 Family MANDARIN Moving
Sale. -COLLECTABLES / MANDAN -
Antq's + more. 125 Sale April 9th 8a-2p.
ceramic molds, Sat9-4, Furn. clothes. appL,
Free Coffee 2014 housewares. children
LandwoodSt. items, etc. 3080 Old
CRA &G AGE HH, craft supplies NAS MOVING SALE Sat
furn baby clothes and 9-1; HV Neff C r. off
more. San Pablo area. Mustin Rd by Hospital.
4385 Tideview Dr. Sat NORTHSIDE -11506
April 16th 9-3 Renee Dr. E. Sat 8-4,
E. ARL Crystal Ridge lots of stuff
Subdv off McCormack. UA O WO
4/9 8:30. Books, comics, OP ANNUALOAKWOOD
means women clothes, NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE
curio, Oak tbi, home Sat. April 9, 8a-lp. off
decor., Beer Steins. Doctors Lake Dr./Moody
Misc. Look'or Signs!!
945 Sales -
OP Moving Fri/Sat 9-.4 Dt
set, h'hold, tools, clths
etc. 2773 River Oak Dr:--
ORANGE PARK Sat 8am.
Neighborhood Sale, -
Blairemore Blvd. -
ORTEGA FOREST 4 Famn,_
lies; baby furn. hs_
wares, clothes. Sat 8am
Lancelot & Water Oak-
ORT FOREST -furn, toys-
piano, corner of Water
Oak & Martingale. Sat --
San Marco: Multl Family
sale. Lots of baby.
Items; h'hold goods"
antiques. 1300 Block of
Woodward Ave. Sat 8-?"
SAN MARCO- Moving
sale. 1836 Naldo Ave-
SOUTHSIDE 8621 Roy-
alwood Dr. Fri 9a. Sat
9a. furn, clothes, more-"
S'SIDE 2403 Atlantic Blvd
Parking Lot. Sat.
April 9th 8AM-12pm. _
No Early Birds! Many .
Many Items h'hold "
S'slde BIG BIG YARD SALE
Sat only 9-8; Lawnsort-
Rd. off of Brookview Rd.
St. Nicholas 2061 Cam-
den Ave. 4/9 & 4/10,
Huge Yard Sale. 9-5.__
SYard Sale 4/9/05"'
H 662 Cormorant Basu
V |Housing, Baby Items,
air-units, & more See-.
before 4/9/05 510- 064L,-.
Bargain Hunters Galore-
This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The--
Market Place. Vendor-
Spaces Starting @P-
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA.
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1995 Mitsubishi Montero ............... $4888 2004 Dodge Stratus ... ...............$127995
1999 Ford Escort. .................... $5995 2002Acura RSX.....................$14,88
2003 DodgeNeon.................... $7945 2003 Toyota Matrix .....................$14,995 -
2000 Mercury Cougar GS ................$7988 2001 Pontiac Trans Am ................ $17,9B8
2002 Chevy S10 LS....................$7988 2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT Cpe........... $17,988 -
2000 Dodge Dakota......................$8888 2004 Jeep Liberty......................$181000
1999 Mazda Miata MX-5 .................$8988 2004 Mitsubishi Endeaver LS ............. $18,95
S2004 Ford Explorer Sport ................$8995 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor ............ $19,95
S1999 Chrysler Sebring CoAv't............. $9995 2002Acura3.5RL...........;........... $21,500
2003 Toyota Echo ....................... $10,988 2002 Chevy Comette ......................$29888
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A weekly look at the automotive market
By Dan Scanlan
M itsubishi REALLY wants you to know that car
or sports utility vehicle behind you in traffic is
Hence the fact that all of their vehicles now carry a
big triple diamond star emblem square in the middle of
a now very prominent, uh, nose. And the most promi-
nent, connected to a body design that was drawn specif-
ically for the U.S. market, is their midsize Endeavor.
Built on the Galant sedan platform, this sports utility
is a soft roader or crossover, aimed at folks who want a
tall station wagon with some truck-like proclivities like
high seating position, lots of interior room and four-
wheel-drive for those rainy days.
What makes the Endeavor different from the other
Mitsubishi SUVs of the past is that it was conceived at
the Mitsubishi Research and Development Center of
America in Cypress, Calif., for the U.S. market, to do
battle in a midsize SUV market filled with vehicles like
-the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, and Nissan's new
Murano. It's also built in the heartland Mitsubishi
Motors' plant in Normal, ll1.
_ The center's chief designer, Dave O'Connell, said the
team had a few key objectives when it came to design-
ing a product to replace the Montero Sport. It had to
look "bold, rugged and sporty." And it had to carry a lot
:~f people and stuff. In design-speak, the 6-foot, 4-inch
designer said it had to be "an authentic SUV," with
!really stand-alone" looks.
"'_That means a prominent nose with room for the dia-
inond star badge, a different kind of grille, a powerful
hood design and above all, fender flares that become
fenders in design.
-'The body tucks in above the side sills, and moves even
further inward at the character line, before it flares up
;and around the rear wheel arches in a slightly less sub-
tIe -flare, The taillights are almost as big as the head-
Jights. The roof rack is no wimp either two buff alloy
-tubes connected to the roof with meaty black anchors,
~While the seven-spoke pewter and silver alloys wear
.P235/65R17-inch Bridgestone Turanza radials.
.'The Endeavor's overall look is very different, with a
-sort of caricatured Jeep Grand Cherokee fender flare
design that certainly stands out in a crowd. No one
,seemed to look at it one way or another, but it began
:growing on me as the days went by.
-_O'Connell's designers didn't leave the interior simple
BSince the Endeavor is on the Galant sedan platform,
it. doesn't take any step-up to haul one's self into the
jiver's seat, where you face a stylish four-spoke (tilt-
ajust only), steering wheel. The driver's bucket seat is
comfortable if a bit flat, its leather-clad shape aided by
;i~-way power back and bottom adjustment and manu-
allumbar support. The padded buff black-grained dash
Ap stretches far forward, with a gently curved cowl
ever a pewter-rimmed 150-mph center speedometer,
-with 7,000-rpm tach arcing off the left side and gas and
temperature gauge on the right. Then gaze at the buff
silver center section and the slim color LCD display
above it that houses all the fun stuff.
,Turn on the ignition, and the LCD screen slowly
forms a drawing of the Endeavor in blue. It fades to
become a multi-function display with outside tempera-
ture, compass, stereo station/function, air vent position
and fan speed. That blue lighting carries over to the
buttons and knurled knobs on the 4pntrol panel below,
2005 MITSUBISHI ENDEAVOR LIMITED
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Dan Scanlan 'pectal
Big gauge and button illumination, plus a wild boom box-like
design for the dash center, make a statement in the
which looks like a stereo boom box with the air vents
looking like speakers. The AM-FM stereo includes a six-
disc CD player and sounded very good indeed.
Unfortunately, the fog light button fell into the dash
when we pushed it, and the sunglass holder overhead
was cheap in feel. But there were twin seat-heater but-
tons and two 12-volt power outlets above the wide cen-
ter console with lots of storage under the flip-up center
armrest, plus two cup holders. The rear of the center
console has two air vents, a fan speed control and 12-
volt outlet for the rear passengers, who sit in a com-
modious bench seat with center arm rest and lots of
adult-size head and leg room for two. Overhead, there is
a flip-down DVD player/screen with two cordless head-
phones, but only a mesh pocket behind the driver to
hold the headphones, which takes away knee space.
The rear cargo area is big and easy to load, with cargo
tie-down hooks under the optional cargo tray and cargo
net. The rear window opens independently. But the rear
wiper motor housing sticking up, and DVD screen stick-
ing down, meant a pinched view of the rear world from
the driver's rear-view mirror. O'Connor said they
designed cargo space instead of a third-row seat like
the Toyota Highlander and Honda Pilot.
The 2005 Endeavor's 3.8-liter V-6 has 225 horsepower
and 255 pound-feet of torque, with front-wheel or our
test model's full-time all-wheel-drive with a four-speed
automatic transmission with manual shifting. Our
7,900-mile-old test vehicle managed a decent 0-60-mph
trip in 8.5-seconds, a little slow off the line, but decent
torque for passing. The engine worked for a living with
three on board, and we heard a hum from the drive-
train at highway speeds, plus some wind noise.
The ride was very comfortable on road, no surprise
since this is a passenger car platform. Body roll was
minimal in turns for a sports utility, and the all-wheel-
drive system worked well, keeping understeer at bay in
turns. It's no sports car, but the Endeavor drop well,
midsize crossover sports utility vehicle
$33,199 (As driven $34,463)
SOHC, 24-valve V-6
225 hp at 4,000 rpm
255 at 3,750 rpm
4-speed automatic w/Sportronic
40.7 cubic feet/76.4 w/rear seats folded
up to 3,500 Ibs.
17 mpg city/ 22 mpg highway
Funky design and lots of room,
makes a nice crossover SUV.
with little of the top-heaviness some bigger sports utili-
ties offer. Off-road, the suspension was capable of
absorbing bumps with aplomb, although it was a bit
bouncy on rutted tracks. The all-wheel-drive offered
secure grip in sand and grass, but the underside rubbed
going over some gentle humps.
The all-wheel disc brakes had a nice pedal feel and
decent stopping power, although there was some nose
dive under heavy braking. We didn't feel much brake
fade after some heavy use.
The base price of the Mitsubishi Endeavor Limited
AWD is $33,1999, with standard front airbags and front
seat-mounted side impact airbags, roof rails, towing
package, full-size spare tire, driver's power seat, 315-
watt, AM-FM-CD audio system with steering wheel
controls and six-CD changer, and cargo area tonneau
cover. The only options are a headliner-mounted DVD
player (replacing the standard Limited's sunroof if
ordered) and two sets of wireless headphones for
$1,200, and a $369 cargo tray/cargo net/trailer
hitch/chrome exhaust tip package. With destination, our
Endeavor had a manufacturer's suggested retail price
Bottom line the Mitsubishi Endeavor endeavors to
be the funkiest SUV out there, inside and out, and it
sort of succeeds. It isn't an all-out off-roader, which
means it has enough on- and off-road capabilities to
please its buyers. It's decently built, drives well and
holds a family that doesn't need a third-row seat. Slot it
in the "I want an SUV, but don't need one really" col-
umn, and it will do just fine.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on Northeast Florida's
roads, averaging about 200 miles of combined highway and city
traffic during a weeklong test. The test vehicles are provided by
the manufacturer according to their schedule and represent a
broad spectrum of sizes and prices. The prices listed are manufac-
turer's suggested retail prices. A longer version of this review and
past reviews can be see# onjacksonville.com's "Autos" link.
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SLawn Mower model
20707 22" self pro-
peled w/ manual,
runs good $50
4 TORO MOWER Self
S Personal paces
$125; 2-Elect Edgers
$35 & $45.
S, Aluminum Topper
S81.5" Long, 63.5"
Wide. Exc. cond.
was on '97 Dodge
Dakota Club Cab. $200.
4. BEAUTIFUL TEMPERED
GLASS END TABLES, (2)
AI $4Oea. Stroller, good
BED! A BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 674 0405
SAdjustable Magic bed,
It pillow top mattress,
single. Was $1347 for
$500. Excellent cond
Dining and Living Rooms
Leather and Ent Centers
Quality Furn I@ Wholesale
*No membership required-
4. COFFEE TABLE
Stable, mirrored top
24"x24", like new $100.
4. COUCH AND
Little Tikes Kan-
garoo Play Gym
$30; Call 912-510-0595
Couch Excellent con-
dition; White day bed
Sw/canopy;Lv Rm Chair
Creme Couch &
/ Lbveseat oval end
moon mirror $400 25
gal fish tank $35 291-6503
4 Cudo $75 Corsica
S| glass top dining tbi +
a|4 arm chrs exc cond.
$200 am microwave
$20 291-6503 -
4, Dy Bed w/trundle &
2 mattresses $200 Call
4 'DAY BED -with
Strundle and 2 mat-
S tresses $200. Call
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE w/8
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet.
New in box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2150. 737-1764
4, DINING ROOM -
Oak table, bench,
chrs, $550, China
cabinet, $150. BR
set, $375 obo.
4 Fullsize bed Futon
l silver metal frame
mattress $ 450.00
Desk 30" X60" $25.
Table 36'X60" $30.
FURN for family rm,
sofa, Iv St. 2 endtbils,
coffee tbi, 2 recliners
GLASS COFFEE TABLE
S1 like new $75.
Call (904) 868-3075
4. Hide -A- Bed counch,
solid black Queen size
I bed inside, must sale
before move only
4. INFANT Changing
Table good con-
4|.1dition, $45. Call
a. KENMOORE Washer &
CDmryer in good shape
White both run fine
SCall Troy 291-7631 70
4 KIngsize Water-
R bed waveless
S. softside, fits
sheets. Includes metal
heater, box support,
,t Lighted Glass Front
China cabinet w/base
SI matching dining table
w/6 chairs. All linens
fOr table incl. $600 270- 7990
4 Lighted glass front
china cabinet w/base
1 matching dining table
w/6 chairs. All linens
for table incl $600.00
SSuith e, Ivory
queen bed. Night-
Dresser Mirror. Good
cond. $900. 272-4208
4 Mission Style Futon
w/ mattress. Less
than a year old $75
4 Patio Table w/6 chairs
& cushions. Good
cond, $150 215.9037
4, Pine china cabinet
48"X70"X11" $175 Golf
clubs Ram gold with
bag 3. pin putter Driver
and 3W$ 100.00 771-0365
SPro Sport Fitness
4 | Climber exercise
bike. You must see
to beleive! Call Kim
4 Rol Top Desk. Solid
S mahogany, nine
Sdrws exc cond. $700
ROLLTOP DESK Oak
w/chair, $550 OBO,
( 4 Antique oak side-
board with glass
top $400 OBO. Call
SSolid Oak Bedroom
SSet, No Bed, Dresser
ex-cond $675, lot
bed sheets full $100 Call
4 Tan Oak Entertain-
ment Center exc
cond. Call Kim
4 Twin Size Captain
Bed, 3 drws, book-
| case, headbrd,
$100 obo 852-2647
4 Twin Size Comr
forter set Includes
and rug Hello
Kitty Design Barely
used call 542-4602
A- Used Pool Table
/I. all accessories incl.
\JI) Buyer Pickup $1500
A CRAFTSMAN AIR
60gal. Vertical tank
two stage oil less
motor, 240Volt. Like
knew $300. 276-0656
A Sale Husqvama
i |jlMower Kohlers
SEngine sitdown sulky
Cost $3357 Sell $1500 Call
Billy 542-2704 ext. 317
TABLE SAW- 10"
Craftsman, like new,
$200 obo. Sears Crafts-
man Roto Tiller $25 obo.
PIANO Wurlitzer Spin-
net, good cond. $700.
S80 cfAluminum scuba
tank excellent con-
dition needs Hydro
and VIP $ 75.00
o Baseball Bats, 4 Lou-
isville Slugers TPX'S-
L TPXFBXV.TPXYXL Excel-
lent condition all for$
45.00(904) 781- 7076
E-Z GO GOLF CART 2001
Elec. w/charper, runs
great, fun to ride. $1750.
Northside 904- 591-6625
A FORD Bronco '87,
Built 302 lifted 9"
total 38" tires, duel
exhaust CD player
lots of new parts. $6500
obo. Call 904-542-3588
4 For sale Golf equip-
,t ment woods, irons set
1 for men/Ladies.Bags
Balls, games etc
call Walt 778-9167
MOW-Frl 2-6 PM
A Golf clubs Ram
Gold with Bag 3 PW
V Irons drivers and
4 HOBBS CREEK 7.8.9
/ FLYREEL with back-
S ing. WF8F Cortland
Flyline. New condition
and free flyrod and flies
HOME GYM Welder
8920, Manual Extra
LWeights. Was $310;
sell $150. Like new.
4 Ketrer Kadett Sport
S Hydraulic Rowing
I Machine Elec. Dis-
plays was $763. for
$350. like new
r POOL TABLE 6'
I table, good cond. 3
cues and balls $125
POOL TABLE -
carpet $350 obo.
Located in Jax.
Remington CDL 25-06
with a Leupold VX-1ll
6.5-20X50 fired 10
times to sight in. Both
in MINT condition.
$1200 OBO. 904-994-6001
S.C. -Hunting Club
SYAMAHA XLT 1200
'04, Jet Ski excel-
lent Condition, incl.
trailer and several
10 fs Livestock
1005 & Supplies
PASOFINO 18y/o, Mare,
Sorrel w/Flaxen Main &
1010 Pet's &
ADBA Blue Nose Pups.
AUSSIES -Mini 10wks &
Toy's 9wks, S/w full bid,
POP, M/F, $500 406-2503
BICHON FRISE, AKC,
Ch. Grandparents. $1000.
BICHON FRISE PUPS-CKC,
Ch. pedigree. Non shed.
Bird Cage 36"W 28D
i 68"H, Like New w/
V separate perch stand.
Bouvier Des Flandres
AKC 6F, 1M, blk/brindle,
$750 -$850. 678.358.4155
BOXERS PUPS AKC reg
Fawn & Brindle, $400.
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
5mo M/F, tri, H/C. shots
ACA reg. 1 Males,
$400. 9 4-525-6519
COCKER PUPS AKC. Blk,
POP, exc. bloodlines.
$500. Taking dep. now.
904-384-4355 for details
COCKER SPANIELS PUPS
1 M, 2 F, AKC. POP, $400
SPANIEL PUPPIES pre-
cious 904- 346-3666
English Springer Spaniel,
Blk & White, Purebred
male, 8mo. neut., all
shots complete. Needs
owner who has time to
run & play. $600.00. (Pd
Ferrets, 1 male, 1
Female, both 6 mths,
1't $150 for pair; 110 gal
tank & stand $350,
Call Lauren 614-6820
Free 3 Yrs Old Male
tl inside only Tuxedo
Cat Serious Respon-
sible Inquires only
GER SHEP PUPS 11wks,
Europ breed, AKC/CFF
/OFFA cert 904.2622899
PAPILLON PUPS -Smos.,
M/F, Ilth Cert, Shots,
PUG PUPPIES 10 wks,
fawn, 2 M's, 3 F's HC
$350 Call David
Redbone Hound to good
home, pure blood, 10
ROTTWEILER Pup s AKC
Health Certificates, POP
$500, S Male, 5 Female
SHIH-TZU, BIk & white,
M- 6mo no papers, grt
w/kids, $150. 743-7629
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS
13 wks old. 1st shots/
dewormed. $325. & up.
YORKIE POOS. 6wks old,
1st shots, all black. 2 M
$450, IF $500. 777-6780
1215 Boat Dockage &
1220 Marine Equipment
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1335 $2000 or Less
1350 Misc. Auto
Twin Engine Turbo-Prop.
MU-2, Long Body.
14' LOWE JOHN '02 '03
25hp Yam. LW, FF. Exc.
cond. $3750. 683-1995
15' WATER Reeper- open
trihole 18hp Evin rude,
new trir $900. 285-3627
4 18' Bayliner Cobra
.1 1988 w/force 125
outboard runs great
Includes boat cover
asking $3,600 OBO Call
1996 Sea d0 TI, runs
i good, just tuned up
<]1 w/trailer $1500
4 19 Bayiner Marine
.19-5.- 00'IDrr wI
72- 17,4 ar,:r '2 P
"9109B /3i11 tne
l.to, s. Must seil
-$2000 000. Cont act
Omar, Great F un!
4, 19' MONTEREY CUDDY
CABIN 3.0 Mercruiser
VI eng. and Yamat,
stead drive viar.
trailer, motor shot. Ain-'.
19' SEA BOSS '04, center
console, 115 hp. 4
stroke Johnson 9,) hr.
'04 alum trr. located 31
St Simon's Hampto. Pt
test drive easily
arranged, Great ooat
for rising fuel cost.
$15,000 912-634 4814
2 2000 Sea DooRXDI 951
cc 50 hours on ro..r'.
\j New trailer. se'iu..u
inquiries only $iw'
2001 Seadoo RX a
trailer. Exc Cona
Only 38 hrs! Must
See. $5,500 ContAct
Markus 904-521-2854 -r
20' GRADY WHITE '65.
caddy cabin '94 200hp
Yamaha, w/trlr, as i.
Asking $3500 287-04 35
23' BAYUNER CIERA '97
I/O AC/H, galley, SIps 4.
TLR, $19,500 904.529-2431
2000 Wellcraft 28' cruiser
low hours, excel conr
well equip., $33,000.
PM or WE 386.649.4501
29' MAXUM '00 SRC 7 .1
eng, AC, 300+hrs. new
canvas elect $49.000
OEM. Call 588-5330
1205 Boats 1300 Motorcycles 1325 Automotive
S29RINKER- '96, KAWASAKI KLR650 BMW 740iL 2001, Auto,
Cabib cruiser, sleeps '03, dual adult heated seats, run flat
4 14, head. showerm I garage kept only tires, loaded. $34,988.
refrig. full canvas 350 1500 miles EC no 371-4728
Mercruiser I/O $20,000 trades 904-879-1631
below book BMW XS 3.0 2002, Prem.
904-993-3185 PocketBike Mini Rac- Pkg. low miles, rear
STng motorcycle 49cc, 2 climate Pkg, $32,988
4 STINGRAY- '00 \Il stroke engine. 371-4728
S 20CS 190hp front/back disk
tL Mercruiser, Bimini brakes, max speed 45 MPH, BMW Z32. 2001, Convt
cockpit covers 20' max weight 265 lbs auto, CD. 6 cyl. $21,988
cuddy trim tabs depth blk/chrome $250 obo 3714728
finder sink, potti, stove 553-3374 BUICK CENTURY 00. V6
CD player $13,500
278-9780 S. Set of 33"Tbonbird Loaded, AT, only 18,500
TSC Tires New $350 mi. Nice!$8975.699-9669
WANTED Boats. 1 Call 269-1296 BUICK LESABRE '93.4dr.
motors, trailers auto fully loaded. $3450
any condition. SUZUKI BRZ 125L- Cal 772-1221
"The Used Parts People" 03. four stroke,
Weeks Marine 387-1440 "< great starter bike. CADILLAC CTS 03
0 Runs and looks St#F310. $25,988
YAMAHA 2250 01 good. $1300 obo. TOMIUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
Doug Harvey 912-576-7434
S Suspension Excel. CADILLAC SEDAN
RmsRentahl bars, Suzuki Katana 750 9 DEVILLE BROUGHAM'
boots h et inc new paint, plugs, oil 35k actual miles.
Extremely Fast. $2600 < change, bike cover & 2nd owner, $3500.
PCS 912-882-0992 helmet minc. $2500 obo. 904-219-5813 /219-6819
S22,000mi Cal 912-729-4140
1210 Sailboats SUZUKI RM12502 Spring Edition. Loaded.
Exc. cond. Never $5995. Call 859-5820
raced test ride on
25' 1975 new bottom my property. CHEVY CAVALIER'03
paint & galley, 3 sails. $2900obo. Eves St#F220. $10,588
$1499 obo 904-298-0275 729-7932 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
1 S1 Boat Dockage l Newer tires new CHEVY CORVETTE 84,
12clutch chain hard top ,conv, Great
S& Rentals 4 recent top endsitting, condo, $k 284-7610
needs tuned. $850, CHEVY IMPALA '01.
ORTEGA RIVER Kingsland 912-675-4811 $8995
BOAT SLIPS Discounted Call 859-5820
904-387-5538 TRIUMPH THUNDERBIRD Call 859-5820
'96, 2600 MI, 885 CC, CHEVY METRO LSI'01.
1230 RV's& $2700 obo 242-9735 4dr., AT, AC, exc cond,
can finance. $89/mo
Supplies 1310 Auto Parrts wac. Call1389-7700
2000 Coleman NiagraSt#BHCE2ZB $6988
Pop-up W/AC, Ghde 4 ChevEMTruck TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
o ut porta-potti 1500 OEM Rims.3714877
Shower, Extras $7K fits 1998 to 2002 CHRYSLER 300M '02,
080 264-4309 or Models 16" 6 Lug Pro M, Ithr, very clean,
email@example.com $200 obo. 912.576.7434 4dr, stereo CD., snrf,
26' DUTCHMEN LITE '03 93 Ford E250 4.9, 6 cyl- chrynice 55k hwy miallo
w/Super Slideout, inder eng, trans& rear must sen, $17,500 obo
Spacious Floor Plan end, $600. 282-4649 374m6usse. 00b
exc. condition $13 900 374-6456 803-4749
904-646-4636 3. BED EXTENDER for CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
35 Fleetwood Bounder 2 Edge PcRanUer '03 Outstanding cond,
200381FeetwoodBoundeWork- 12)Eoeck U low mi, must sell now
20031Eng Work- Never used $10.00 $12,945. Call 389-7700
4 ?horse Chev Allison Call 912-576-3130
Trans 3 Slides 11K
miles 12MPG Quick Sale CAMAROS (2) '81 will CHRYSLER PTCRUISR 02
$78 (603) 479-4122 make one goodakes TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
36' AIRSTREAM 96- both. Musttake both Corvette 1998 Con-
37kmi, dual air, a/c cars 673-8401 vertible Pewter Black
cond, $27,500'obo. C HROME22" top kmles.Up
813-495-4990 ~. WHEELS- with grades for more HP
tire- & wheels $23,500 OBO (904) 771-5692
'88 AWARD 30'. very Excellentcond DD VE AT
good cond, sips 6, ful $1600 obo DODGEsAVENGER'9. ATn'
A $4000 912- 73-7233 (904)803-6828 sunroof spoiler, cl77-1ean.
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL TIRES & RIMS 22" truck
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS tires, 6 mo's new, $2100 DODGE AVENGER ES 95
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES set of 4 904-751-0169 St#BUCF147B. $4,988
Sales. Service, Parts __ __ TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039 1 0 Antiques/ a Dodge neon 00' silver
1.800541-6439 1320 Classics low miles $6013 Auto
C P 8xI7)A/C sunroof alloy rims
SCAMPER 83x167' CD changer
AC/HEAT, Shower/ 9 2004 pioneer Trailer 16 (904) 997CD change1442
k |Loaded $2000. Firm. ft. Sleeps 4 AC Heater cell (904) 477- 0824
2 Jet Skis, Dble k\J,/ gas stove micro
Trailer. All Assec. Runs Refrigerator,frezzer 1. Dodge RamlS00SLT
great, will sell. Seper- tubshowerawing ample .98 9 uadcab77,000mi,
ate $4000 FOR BOTH. storage $8,000.00 \I' sprayed bedliner,
J I M I v e m s g (904)284.7183 rolltop cover. NADA
904-529-8263 $11,325 Asking $9,500 Cell
Chevy Impala 1962 4dr, 616-6585
COACHMAN 24'- restored to original
S'84, Class C, foot, $15,000 firm, serious DODGE STRATUS'04.
.L\ motorhome, fully inquires. 904.696.5283 Outstanding cond,
contained, gen- __ ___ loaded, must sell this
erator, 350, engine, week $11,575.389-7700
41,500 miles, $5,000. 1325 Automotive
992-6877 or 294-3564 FORD FOCUS ZXS'02
C St#E901. $8,988
COACHMAN ,. 1989 Honda Accord DX TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
P '7 4 Automaticrunsgood
_1L)sleeps 4, ful dnewCVAxle, wheel FORD MUSTANG '94,
kitchen bath cann, I Qr-1u,' ,,r.l-, 95k mi. 1 owner eTc
sleep B.22'. $1. 00 niCe ru n,-, I ,?,' C, cona. $3c50 471 2137
1 r. 2 2.:.r FORD Mustang Cony '99
uv n--, ;416 CL LAuf. gre, y Olack top. exira
SC' urir..,- e3n. Female caner. 3
R --T P :AMlC O.:3li rwarr $9500 220 708
9 h d2 ,-& I I1 3 0 6 5 r
PRICEALRT.cmFORD4 MUSTANG T O '00
Ri1Sri 6 1 :,SL $OOA on. $179 mre WAC
p 0 rngo .rr ,lie rC-.,. Call B59 5820
A. BEAT 5our Cur or. gn Au Ford Probe ZGT 94'
rfl 0oal L3roesi wn.i, -r. i E
olum e de sier ,viin .,1 '.M. i r, ,-lr r.-.r 0
finest selection of I'TTd,, UI'I i. ll iii .,.l, A iU
To HaO l ,s in Fiurda' -9- i r3[ 8, 0. Cr 1 ,i-
We .ill make .our_ Ie d- IM -.i '
buying exoer,-ence l O ,.r l4 AdA,
erio able' ,1.-A 2, 1.Q I4. a 'o
SUNCOASTRV oo^V ;., ,.,,o^,o .-
TOWABLE con .-, !,:-a.,:,n ala 2.L 8 6 n ,
SUPER CENTER ..):n i : 49 6 J-16 ,i,.- .,
9012 Beach Blvd. .A 2001 H D Sporsler iafI ,rr; :l. :.. ill
1 904642 1600 L S U 3 .. :.D .,f Nl I' BURO, 0-L,
1 800 695 2302 ,J, rlr.['..i iC wit., .. 1-j sil3
www.suncoastrv.com ,E,,., ..... -I I..j .
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WITH BAE 'LTE A LS 4 in O) ,T..i,I sniW '-. -.er',rg-9 12 1576 27 '
HORT E nEEi.Cli)'OEL t $0 DOWNll,-,cGrel cir, FORD TAURUS '05
,OiTi.,-l 2.,) EELLVERT ,l,, ..G ''d0 Lke new $250 per mo
t.RI:'b L UE'.S 0~P. 2 / Call 859.5820
Toyota MH 1978, 4cyl, J -. 3nM3,m3 FORD TAURUS SEL '03
4spo. ma ny new parts S Lded. r. sunr 13.800.
runs great, ver, rehli. M ,"n"'""r."'".nr L'dE 22kmi 912-641-0604
able. depenoable $1000. \I'r-r 5rki:.= ir : Cd
ODO. Call 757 1254-1 c ip,).ir ,T,-3i,1 FORD TAURUS SES 04.
Sralrc-. r...lrdl; -.l .1Deir Loaded. 25K mi $11.975
'm I t.,:,6-,1 T1 ?B-[l' 76 42J1;, hnancing. 674-4-444
1300 Moorc.cles 24 h.3un, u. .n FORD WIndstar '98, 94K
tr. l, I,,1,-1 mi GoMod condition
1 HiM-'-,r, a r,ad. ] ." ,S i ,T,..I0 :0 ,Er O Iu 55r00C C a n 90- '4.1-67 1
ti3,- ru r. ,no 1lki- L5O.e8 Bi, 4928 36i HONDA ACCORD 92 4ar
r'r ,,0cS2-1 .;7,J66 06% AUTO.o pvr winds. AC
-M-,l r .-3.-.i ,c,:.ul. 2HPa', t-8rinaai Only 3450. 7 72.1221
.f,-.n,.id0 .-.1[ 5 .dgiri inerr,%A175i1 HONDA ACCORD EX '03,
12.i. 014 I 6 OB 060 64 162. 4dr Sedan. 15kmi. Exc
2000 Suzuki VLISoolc Lcc nd $22k. 904 543-8449
9lo. ,.3-3d 1,a -.r- 2NDBUYAUTO.com HONDA CIVIC "96.
er..S,-,-.elrj CLEAN USED CARS LX. sedan CC.
b 3ckrer 1rT,, .CD,0.0'JL. SA L. A`
br'lJrO1!'k.T... .j. Acuran .2TL97oilck. owner, no accid.
3 4i.1.-J...1 4 ar. au[o. or nets. Non-smoker.
2002 K:l k, mnen-, eve fining K mm. $5.500. 992-6877.
t Iil la C -rhn $875 OOOleather. 294-3564
drhJ ,li.l.,n,,-;alrl.rs new .r. C lepn .1 Honda Civic LX '96
0'1.,- .i 9q04-8661 63i rSedan, 4 cl. cruise.
I>r,uii .,:r, i.:., T,,Iy Acuralntegra RSS 94' 5sod. 74 miles.
l7 .J'*:', -,r3.:[ J); crj3 ::,..r ,-,.upe 2dr. runs one owner, no
BUELL XB9R '03 -whit e. & I.,.sr dr ar J- ,00 accidents, non smkr,
exc. cond.. 740uim CdIIMa, e 7 i-i2.-j S 5.500 Cail904 992 677
1500,). 904-742-3461 ACURA LEGEND '95 Lded
HARLEY DYNA 02 9km,. 4dr Sedan. olive. HYUNDAI ELANTRA '9.
./Super Glide, 4100 $7900,too 904.382-7561 dr. AT AC.low miles
rml. garaged. entra ACURA LEGEND LS 89
cnrcme. acci-so, StBUC9u60A. S3.968 HYUNDAI nIBURON 03
rel. man, oerfor.- TO 16uil auTLfF.' 11 3 ,77 StnFOIl 113986
mfnce D.rts $14900 I)MIBIiSH AuDiE 'L 71 WF
OBO c,04 284 5258 ACURA RL'05 .v ,owner
HNARLEY DYNA 4 n-metallic grev. lack int. ,l i '--i.. ,tra.-3,.-r C0 .1
SHARLEYD3NA loadedw extra 391 0040 1) ,T, Al.. a- C: lr
Sid,,- u-";i ALL MilitarYi KIAOPTIMAEX 04
i.:,- i,"i :~,, I and Civilian I stF193 $112.486
SHARLEY ELECTRA $0 DOWN l0k uuAJT,,LIIE371 .1.77
GLIDE'83 '.,13, -, LEXUS ES-300 92.
Sao ur,,.. I EVERYBODY | 113kmi lcadeo. $3990
r:. 3,( |i RIDES! 2459916
SHARLEYSOFTAILFXST CALL CHRIS LEXUS ES3od00 99. dr.
CALL.CHR.IS h.aoed. moonroor Ithr
.1.dl |r 662 0726 nice. $9000n 674.44441-1
ii l..I ull ,lr LEXUS E5300 "9 Cacn
it -.,uuoC- ..- 12 :C 2'0" l E ilion. white a Deige
gun meil bloc. 3krri air Lkc k, ..', u3ed ,:-,-,,
Cri,_ gar heoe $16"600 AUDI T.F. 04 .J.,11i, 0in O ii ,:- 15.1n
Take 0,8er 3,men8s SteF262 $25 56 .i..an li..:ia ;;.,
904-8f3-638J lCM 4rH OLil/IPL[. 1];I 1 ir' lil'li" 7-Ji '
4 Honda C0 CruiserBMW 25 2 AutO. UNCOLN LS V8 02
T ,' 11e aIl runl BMW J251 20.2. Auto. StaF315 121.888
u 2.l6 71.,9 BMW 3251- 2002, leatner. MAXDA MX3 '94 Sipeeo.
Nr P PC. Cruise. CD. sunrooil. Ipoiler Only
04t4H a eri, ,,l ..3'. 25.988 321 4724 $2950 Call 772.1221
,'i | .:r.r..T..,.- .1-:. .i' BMW 328196' MAZDA 626- '99
i. C ii P.le :,2 1;7S L.I,:.. bi.k / lowv ml. sod. great
N IcA 3d,31a. 'Kawasaki EX250Nin|a G,'e-t Card $10.000 tires asking $5.000
n 'r.,,,T,, ru.n" ii.n.: BMW 530ia- 2002. AutO. MAZDA MILLENIA 99
q,,.o !i 3,-.3 P.tu_' Prem Pkg. CD 131.986 itBO1150 $10.286
Ito nn ;. t I;4 L40' 371 4728 rirll diSH AtluFLt'. Ill 1477
l service to our nation |
MAZDA Millennium '01, 1
owner, loaded. ex clean
must sell 234-6611
MAZDA RX7 '85. Black,
sunroof, spoiler. Only
$2950. Call 772-1221
R. MERCEDES 450SL
/ Roadster '74
4 antique w/orig. FL
L tag, hardtop, cony.
Red/Tan interior, Ask-
ing $15,900 Call Tommy
542-8894. nite 278-6251
MERCEDES ML320 '01,
54k mi 4dr, wine red
w/tan Ithr int, stereo,
cd, snrf, Imo new trans
S& rear end w/warr. very
nice, must sell. $26,500
obo 374-6456 803-4749
MERCEDES SL600 '96
V-12, low mi, low price,
Like new, Priv. 904396.9885
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
'03. Loaded. 3rd seat,
low mi$11,975. 699-9669
MITS ECLIPSE GT 01 Lthr
sunrf, alloys, top prem
pkg $199mo. 859-5820
MITSUBISHI GALANT '04
NISSAN Altlma '95 4 dr,
new tires, sunroof,
AMFM, great cond.
Nissan Maxima SE
. 02' all power, all
' ./ leather, very fast,
tint, sunroof, bose
100k mi warranty w/ 29k
mi $18k 904-542-3244
NISSAN SENTRA GXE '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
$~ OLDS Alero 01, 2D,
T V6, auto, power,
sunroof, CD, prem
t sound, perf package,
61K great cond. MBPI $6500
A PONTIAC FIREBIRD
86 Body engine
1 & trans in good
shape needs minor
repairs. $3000obo. Must
PONTIAC GR AM GT '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A PONTIAC GRAND AM
S ps, ac. at, new tires,
I 104k mi, $4,500 Call
PONTIAC SUNBIRD CONV
' 92. Auto, AC, clean.
$2450. Call 772-1221
PONTIAC TRANS AM '86.
T-tops, 5.7 VS. very
clean. $4950. 772-1221
SSaturn 1998 gauto-
matic good RV tow
S car, low miles $5000
obo Call Chuck
SATURN SC-2 AT,
S'92, ally wheels.
k PW PL CC silver
color, $1499 obo.
Daniel P. 573-9874 (w)
3p-11. 729-4001 (H)
SATURN SL2 "01 47K mi,
clean, loaded, $5495
OBO. fin avail 234- 6611
SATURN SL2 '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI ESTEEM '02
Exc. cond, CD,
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '97
4d. AC, sunrf, spoiler,
wheels. $4950. 772-1221
TOYOTA COROLLA '01
good cond, 41,373 mi,
Toyota Corolla '01
ST Silver, VVTi Auto
' | Cold AC, 58,000mi.
new tires great
TOYOTA COROLLA 01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA COROLLA '98
$99 per mo. WAC
TOYOTA ECHO '02
$0 down, $139mo WAC
TOYOTA MATRIX XR '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
TOYOTA PRIUS HYBRID
'0 10-8 yr 100.000 mi
warranty 76K mi.,
$12,900. Call 568-4792
TOYOTA SOLARA '01.
Immac, fully loaded,
priced for immed sales.
10,975. Call 389 7700
,a Toyota Tacoma 04'
SPrerunner Bouble Cab.
4 ; red, 7k mi, $21,000
Call Mike 542-5646 or
4, VOLVO 960 '95 -
SGrey MI:95, 700
Dolby System, Sunroof,
Exc. Cond. Call Mrs.
Burch 610-6160. Asking
4 VW '64, total restore,
Szero rust, zero mi's.
X& 1641cc, new fenders,
floor interior, paint,
spare running engine $3,500
VW BEETLE GLS '00
Turbo. Red at, loaded,
thr, moonroof. 40.800
miles. $11,975. 699-9669
VW Corrado G-60 90'
| 154k mi, newly rebuilt,
S supercharger, New
window regs, extra
head/cam paint/body great
$6500 Debbie 221.5912
1335 $2000 or Less
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDSI
Cars from $500! Listings
SChevy Camaros '81
Stwo will make one
.l-good project car
$200. takes both
Must talk both cars
CHEVY S10 '82 -lowner,
$1295; CHEVY 4x4 '86 -
New clutch & trans
A Dodge Daytona
S Turbo -Z '86
1lsCarrol Shelby, 5
speed. Air, new
tires, brakes, starter,
runs great, rebuilt
trans, $2400 obo.
FORD ESCORT '98.
Mechanics special, runs
& drives great need AC
work $1875. Call 389-7700
FORD MUSTANG '88
5 Itr eng 5 spd, fast
runs good Needs minor
work. $1200 obo.
1335 $2000 or Less
FORD SHO '91. speed,
leather, sunroof. Only
$1950. Call 772-1221
HONDA ACCORD '91 DX,
4dr sedan. 201kmi. 5spd
HONDA CIVIC LX '910nly
$500. For listings call
MERCURY MARQUIS '91
Runs good, needs minor
work. $9000bo. 881-3033
MERCURY TRACER '93,
4dr, AT, cold AC, low mi
OLDS CUTLASS SIERRA -
'95, 4dr, AT. AC, $1975
TOYOTA TRUCK '90 5spd
AC, wheels. Only $1950.
CLEAN USED CARS
CHEVY 1500 SILVERADO
- '98. Z71, 83,600 mi, all
pwer, 4x4 works, $10,500
obo Local/OP 901-831-7181
CHEVY 2500 EXT CAB
SILVERADO '98 turbo
diesel, Ithr, loaded,
nice! $13,975. 699-9669
CHEVY BLAZER' 04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY PICK UP '94
Extended cab full
.s i z e $4000
904- 542-2445 x 118
S- '94, ext cab, long
ki- bed, 6.51, turbo
diesel, 275k mi.
$4000 or trade. Call
looking for small truck.
'03 ext cab. V8/
CC 5.3L, 51K, $19,000
CHEVY SILVERADO 04, 4d
XCab VS, loaded,20K,
nice, $18,975. 777-9119.
CHEVY Silverado LS '04,
Ext Cab, V-8, all pwr,
extras, silver, 18k mi's,
exc cond. $21k 424-6431
CHEVY SILVERADO '94
Ext Cab. AT, 350 V8,
clean. $6950. 772-1221
4 DODGE Caravan
T Grand '94 Leather
tI seats, tinted win-
dows, seven pas-
senger, great trans-
portation $1500 Call
278-1674 568-4899 or
S Dodge Dakota 7r
/ club cab exc cond,
Interior like new low
mi, very sharp $7000
S1500SLT Club Cab
| 2WD VS Magnum
NADA only $8,000 Call
DODGE RAM 1500 4x4 0 3
Quad Cab. HEMI, low mi,
DODGE XCAB DAKOTA 02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SFord Bronco '87
302 lifted 9 inches.
total 38 inches
tires duel exhaust
CD player, lots of new
parts. $6500 obo
FORD ESCAPE 02. 4dr, red
w/grey cloth, at/ac
FORD EXPEDITION '01
Eddie Bauer, loaded,
$13,975 CASH. 699-9669
FORD EXPEDITION '98
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371. 4877
Ford Explorer '00
1 owner great cond. 42K
ml $12,200. 399.1938
FORD F-150 Crew cab,
'01 Lariat, loaded, very
clean ready to sale
$12,500. Call 294 7104
FORD F-150 XL '01, V8,
long bed, w/side dia-
mond plate tool boxes,
83K mi, good cond,
$10,000. Ph 904-278-6885
FORD F250SD LARIAT 0 3
Ext Cab. 9K, immac, must
sell $21,995. Call 389-7700
FORD F3SOSD XLT
DRW '01 Ext Cab. Exc
shape, loaded, must sell
$17,975. Call 389-7700
FORD RANGER '98. AT,
2.51, 68,500mi, CD, AC,
grtcond $4500 708-9898
FORD RANGER "94 BIk
5spd, AC, wheels, 86K.
Only $2950. 772-1221
4 GEO Tracker '92
Great cond.! Reli-
red, 2 door Won't
last $3000 obo call
278-1674 or 568-4899
4 GMC Sonoma 01'4dr,
fully loaded, Good
| Cond. 78k mi, $12,
500 obo .
HONDA CR-VEX 04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ISUZU AMIGO CONV'00
Black 5spd, ac, 44K mi,
nice. 1900dn 699-9669
ISUZU RODEO '94. 4dr,
auto. cold air. Only
$2450. Call 772-1221
ISUZU TROOPER 4X4 "92
Auto, 6cyl. Only $2950.
4 JEEP CHEROKEE-
S'89, very reliable,
i|t ,new paint, new
tires, ac, must see!
$1,800 OBO call
278-1674 or 568-4899
JEEP Grand Cherokee '04
Spec. Ed. sfiver/tan Ithr,
4X4, Lded, CD. 10kmi,
JEEP PUBERTY LTD '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
JEEP SAHARA '03
JEEP WRANGLER '04
$290 per month WAC
JEEP WRANGLER '99
Custom wheels. $6499
KIA SPORTAGE CON-
VERTIBLE '01. Sspd. ac,
loaded $4975. 699-9669
LEXUS LX470 '01
67k miles, maintenance
records, excellent cond.
MAZDA B3000 Sport Dual
'01 loaded, a/t, 29,300
mi's, $7900 923-1169
MAZDA MPV LX'04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN PATHFINDER SE
'95 4X4, Many Xtras.
good cond., charcoal,
NISSAN PATHFINDER '93
new tires, extras,
NADA $3250 obo 610-7879
Toyota RAV 4 '02 white
many extras, exc. cond.
TOYOTA TACOMA '03
Reg Cab. exc cond,
priced to sell this week.
11,975. Call 389 7700
TOYOTA Tacoma Pre-
Runner SR5 '02 V6 AT
ext cab, cruise, alarm.
sprayed on bedliner.
white w/black trim, 37K
mi, $14,900. David
4 UTILITY TRAILER
S6x12 5000 axle
1 loaded ramp full 6"
new tires and rims
$750. Call 282-6466
CHEVY VENTURE '97
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE B250 '93 HI-TOP
Sherrod conversion van
185,000 miles excellent
cond, rebuilt mission.
FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr,
AT, dual AC. loaded.
$8975. Call 699-9669
FORD WINDSTAR '96
exc cond, $3500
HONDA ODYSSEY EX *2
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SEDONA '05. Fully
loaded, immac cond,
priced for quick sale
$16,845. Call 389-7700
NISSAN QUEST '01
Alloy wheels. $179mo
WAC. Call 859-5820
t1 3 Miscellaneous
A Aluminum Topper
| good condition was on
41 97 Dodge Dakota Club
Cab $200.00 nego
FREE CAR TOPPER to
4, a good home. Call
Truck Cap. Century
1' Custom Fit Nissan
86.5-97 King Cab.
Exc Cond $200 Call
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd -7775600
11225 Adanic Blvd 725.8000
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9850 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911
Green Cove Springs 2E-4-45'02
4660 So0ulSide Blvd 642-6060
6400 Blanding Blvd 777 5550
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Soutlhide Blvd 642-5111
7999 BIanding Blvd 778 77,00
283 San Marco, Si Aug 354-2057
COGGIN CHEVY- AVENUES
10880 PnSlpS HwY 260-7777
8281 Mernill Rd '21-1880
HwV. 17GCS 264-4502
1166 Blunding Blvd 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Prhilips Hy 398-30 36
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd 249-8282
S1550 Ca3.31 Ave 387-14041
230 US I Sounl 354-4421
1750 Souinsrde Blvd 725-7300
Chrys-Plyn of Orange Park
1515 Wells Ad 269-1033
17 '36 Cist Ave 389-7792
Green Cove Sprirg: 264-2416
1.95 EI '129 Fern Bch
2'330USI ouln 354-4421
1 (1979 AllantBlvd 642.5600
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ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd 777.5500
1-95 E,1 129 FaimBui 1B -i-228-7454
1672 Cassai Ave 384-6561
SI. Augusine 3536797
ornda S Super Duty Headquaners
1-95 N Eil 129 i'uiee) 225-3673
1616 Cassal Ave 387-6541
Green Cove Spnngs 2644502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Prhlip- Hwy 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
9650 Atlanlic Blvd 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Biandmng Blvd 777-3673
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Ailantic Blvd 724-2310
Green Cove Spnngs :24-4502
1550 Caisal Ave. 385 -041
11003 Atlanlic Blvd 565-88W0
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 US Hwy 1 S 1-800-456-169
1325 Cassat Ave 899-190W0
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Bianding Blvd 269-2277
1550 Cas.ai Ave i338i-9(0i
HYUNDAI OF N. JACKSONVILLE
3333 N Main Si 354-1224
4660 Soulhside Blvd 642-6060
6400 Bianding Blvd ,77-5550
10980 Auanlc Blvd 642-0200
10585 A[anli Btvd i99C7111
11211 AlianiBlvd 6421500
2330 US 1 Souih 3544421
1750 Souihside Blvd 725-7300
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Well Rd 269.1033
CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT
1736 Ca&al Ave 389 7792
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PLYM DODGE TRUCK 195Ei 129. Ferr, Bcn SATURN OF REGENCY www*ondimporlsusacom
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RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Bianding Blvd. 771-6078
895 N Ronald Reaa, Btvd
L0ng, )f0la1rA )Fl 407-339-3443
MATHENY LAND ROVER
112li Atlanic Blvd. 642-1500
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Alianlic Blvd 721-5000
NORTH FLORIDA UNCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd 777-3000
11211 Alianlic Blvd 642-1500
TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 AlanIic Blvd 725-0911
6916 Bianding Blvd 779-0600
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlannc Blvd 724-1080
TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911
at the AVENUES
10857 Piips HAy 260-9222
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10585 Allianli Blvd 565-248,4
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd 77'-8l10
10600 Atlantic Brvd 642 7900
10859 Philips Hy 803000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassal Ave 389-3621
283Sdran Marco SAug 354-2057
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd 2699400
9201 Atlantc Blvd 724-2310
Green Cove Spnngs 264-4502
3919 PhillipsHwy 733-1616
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10100 Allanibc Blvd. 725-9155
ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N Rouli Revq Blv
Lon0Awi/Ord0of F1407 339-3443
7999 Blaningr Brvd Jax
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10863 Philips Hwy 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanrding Blvd. 779-0071
SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd 641-6455
KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassal Ave 389-7700
10939 AlantiC Blvd 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
10564 PhilipS Hwy 262.0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Yuungerrian Circle 771-9100
2995 U S. 1 SouTh St Aug
8022-888 or 9)4-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassai Ave. 389-4561
ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
2525 Pnlpis HAy 3%-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911
2525 Philips Hwy. 3965486
10231 Allaniic Blvd 722-1694
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd 724-3511
1038.j Atlanic Brvd 641-2500
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1577 Wells Road0 OP 269-5002
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10384 Alanic Blvd 998-0012
FRANK GRIFFIN SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd 269-1033
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlanhc Blvd 371-48"7
COGGIN USED CAR
8500 Aflanbc Brvd 724-4999
V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy 733-7439
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233 EasI Stalie SI 356-8491
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