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Creation Date: April 14, 2005
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New Leader
VP-5 Change Of Command Is Tomorrow
Page 3


Photo Club
Kids Learn About Digital Photography
Pages 6-7


Microchipping
Keeping Pets/Owners Together
Page 12


THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2005

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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


TOUCHING At sea on board Eisenhower


BASE TwoNAS Jax-based


Fishing tourney
is Saturday
NAS Jax Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation De-
partment Mulberry Cove
Marina presents the annu-
al Bass Fishing Tourna-
ment Saturday safe light
to 3 p.m. The team format
is two anglers per boat
and the entry fee is $75
per team. There is an
optional Big Bass Pot fee
of $10.
The tournament is limit-
ed to the first 100 teams.
The cash prize payout is
guaranteed 80 percent,
with 100 percent of the
Big Bass Pot awarded.
Approximately $6,000 in
cash prizes will be award-
ed. Valuable door prizes
will include power tools,
gift certificates, fishing
rods and reels, outdoor
recreation knives, and
much more. Every angler
will receive a tournament
hat and/or T-shirt, sponsor
bag with promotional
items and complimentary
food and refreshments at
the weigh-in ceremony.
The tournament results
will be certified by the St.
John's Bass Anglers Club.
Contact the Mulberry
Cove Marina at 542-3260
for an entry form or email
Phil Collins at
philip.s.collins@ navy.mil.


Education fair
slated

The Navy College Office
will host an education fair
April 21 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club.
The following schools
will be represented:
Central Texas College;
City University; Coastline
Community College;
Dallas County Community
College; Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University;
Empire State College;
Excelsior College; Florida
Community College,
Jacksonville; Fort Hays
State University; Old
Dominion University; Saint
Joseph's College of
Maine; Southern New
Hampshire University;
Thomas Edison State
College; Troy State
University; University of
Maryland and Vincennes
University.
Other organizations
being represented will be
the Navy College
Learning Center,
DANTES, SOCNAV,
United Services Military
Apprenticeship Program
and Troops to Teachers.
For more information,
call 542-2477/78.


Photo by PHANJoel Bates
AEAN Jay Solero of the "Topcats" of VS-31 inspects the inside of
an external fuel tank for water and debris aboard the Nimitz-
class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69). Ike is
currently performing flight deck certification in the Atlantic
Ocean.


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save lives

By PHAN Christopher Molinari
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
W while working'on a SH-60F Seahawk helicopter on
board USS Dwight D. Eisenhower recently, AM3
Robert Tiller of the HS-5 "Nightdippers" noticed
something a little peculiar.
Tiller was performing a turn-around inspection of the heli-
copter, an inspection performed every 24 hours designed to
check various aspects of the helicopter, such as servicing the
engine, the gearbox, cables, wires
and such for the safety of the air- "
craft and crew. During the inspec- :
tion, Tiller found a nick, or a tear, i '
on a plastic coated power avail- fI
able spindle (PAS) cable.
Though it was just a "nick,"
Tiller knew it could mean trouble
for the helo. "I noticed a nick on
the plastic coating on the PAS
cable, so I went and got a more
knowledgeable person to consult
about it," he said.
As it turned out, Tiller's deci-
sion to get his chain of command
involved proved to be a wise deci-
sion. Had Tiller and his shipmate
not fixed the cable, the engine Photo by PHAN Christopher Molinari
could have blown and the helicop- APhoto by PHAN Christopher Molf Hinari
ter could have crashed. AM3 Robert Tiller of HS-5,
To Tiller, finding the "nick" and kneels in front of the SH-60F
reporting it was an automatic Seahawk helicopter aboard
response. USS Eisenhower. Tiller found
"I was just doing my job, but a major problem with the
that is something I normally aircraft during a routine
don't see," Tiller explained. "It inspection, preventing a pos-
doesn't really happen that often, sible accident.
it's very rare for us to find some-
thing that could have such an impact on the aircraft."
Showing proper attention to detail and his job, by noticing
damage to the PAS cable, Tiller was following through with
the training he has received. "I have been working on these
helos for two years now, and you just get a feeling for some-
thing not right," said Tiller.
In hindsight, fixing the small "nick" had a big impact. "It
was actually a pretty simple fix, but it's the small things like
this that make a big difference," added Tiller.
The Seahawk was fixed, and the aircraft went for a func-
tional check flight before returning to the flight deck.
Thanks to a keen eye and the willingness of Tiller to get his
chain of command involved, the SH-60F Seahawk returned to
its duties in the air.
For Tiller, it was just another day at the office, but a job
well done.


squadrons, CVW 7

arrive aboard Ike
By J102 Shauna Garbiack
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Public Affairs Office
or the first time since 2001,
Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7)
personnel began to embark aboard
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)
March 28 for the Nimitz-class aircraft
carrier's flight deck certification, follow-
ing a four-year mid-life overhaul.
Helicopters arrived March 29, and
Ike's flight deck was busy with the
arrival of the air wing's fixed wing air-
craft, marking the first arrested landing
for Ike in four years.
"What we are out here to do is to
launch different types of aircraft, at dif-
ferent weights, to make sure the cata-
pults are working properly," said Carrier
Air Wing Seven CMDCM(AW/SW/NAC/
FMF) Mike Rang, a native of Jackson-
ville, N.C.
CVW-7 squadrons that arrived aboard
Ike are: the "Topcats" of VS-31; the
"Nightdippers" of HS-5; the "Bluetails" of
VAW-121; the "Wildcats" of VFA-131; and
the "Patriots" of VAQ-140. The "Gladia-
tors" of VFA-106 and the "Salty Dogs" of
VX-23 also joined Ike for this underway
period. These squadrons will play an
integral role in certifying Ike's flight
deck.
During flight deck certification, the
flight deck goes through rigorous testing


Photo by J02 Paul Simonds
An SH-60F Seahawk, assigned to the
"Nightdippers" of the NAS Jacksonville-
based HS-5, takes off from the flight deck
of aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisen-
hower (CVN 69).


Photo by PHAN Christopher Molinarr
An S-3B Viking assigned to the "Topcats" of
VS-31, successfully traps on the flight deck
of USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)
during the first day of fixed wing opera-
tions.
to get certified to launch and recover air-
craft, and this is the next milestone for
Ike's return to the fleet.
"We are here to train together as a
team with the Ike Sailors. The more we
train, the better we all get when we are
on a six month cruise," said Lt. Daniel
Crowley of HS-5.
See IKE, Page 11


Rendering honors


Chief petty officers render
honors to the American flag
during colors to commemo-
rate the date on which the
chief petty officer rate actual-
ly was established. The execu-
tive order was signed by
President Benjamin Harrison
on Feb. 25, 1893,and took
effect on April 1, 1893.


Photo by PH2 Charles Hill


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2 JaAIf NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 14, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


The importance of maintaining fitness and appearance


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief
I can't tell you how many
times Sailors have told
me, "If someone is shoot-
ing at me, I'm sure I would
be able to run fast." I've
been told this when I ask
about a person's physical fit-
ness.
Unfortunately, the people
who offer this type of
answer have missed the
point, and grossly under
appreciate the reasons why
we insist we not only pass
the semi-annual physical
fitness assessment (PFA),
but also look great in uni-
form.
. Did you catch that? I
gaid "great." Not good, not
acceptable. I said great.
Next time you pass a mirror,
take a look at yourself.
Take a look at yourself in
the uniform you wear to
work each day. What do you
see? What do you think oth-
ers see?
Shipmates, each day I see
Sailors who don't look like
they take their appearance
seriously, and I'm not just
talking about junior Sailors.
The list of uniform viola-
tions is too long and could
be easily corrected. What's
more, many of the infrac-
tions are a direct result of a
lack of physical fitness.
Here's what I think:
If your uniform doesn't
fit, get a new one. I see too
many Sailors wearing skin-
tight uniforms. When your
clothes fit too tightly, it
detracts from your appear-
ance. Of course, if the rea-
son your clothes fit that way
is because you don't have a
healthy diet or fail to go to
the gym, you need to do two


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
things: get a new uniform
and start working out.
If you have lost weight,
congratulations. However, if
your uniform is still the size
you used to be, you need to
get a new uniform. Others
should not be able to tell
you lost 25 pounds by the
number of pleats you have
created in your uniform
pants by cinching your belt.
Shipmates, help me (and
yourself) out. It won't be
long before the Navy ushers
in a new physical fitness
instruction. That instruc-
tion is going to reinstate the
option to separate Sailors
from the Navy who fail to
remain within body fat
standards and fail to pass
three PFA's in a four-year
period. There's no reason
for any Sailor to depart the
Navy for physical fitness
failure. We need every one
of you to complete your
enlistment. We also need
the majority of you to con-
tinue to follow-on enlist-
ments.
Although not related to
physical fitness, there are a


couple other things that
continue to catch my atten-
tion:
If you wear a long-
sleeved shirt, the sleeves
should be rolled down when
you depart your immediate
work center. We have short-
sleeved uniforms. If you are
going to the Exchange or
heading home from work
and need to make a stop,
make sure your sleeves are
rolled down and you look
professional.
If you have ribbons and
a warfare device (or
devices), wear them correct-
ly and with pride. Old,
frayed ribbons are a clear
indicator of a lack of atten-
tion to detail, and a lack of
pride. If you display war-
fare devices, make sure they
are centered, and neatly
placed on your uniform.
The bottom line is you
earned them, now you have
the obligation to display
them correctly.
If you are stationed at a
command that allows cover-
alls to be worn as a working
uniform, you need to abide
by the rules. Under no cir-
cumstances are you to wear
coveralls to and from work.
Additionally, coveralls are
not an acceptable uniform
for you to wear to the
Exchange or any other place
of business. It doesn't mat-
ter if you're in a hurry, or
are only going to stop for a
minute, coveralls are a
working uniform to be worn
only at work.
As you all know, every
one of you needs to be ready
to serve our Navy in a vari-
ety of roles. More and more
Sailors are being called
upon to perform non-tradi-
tional Navy roles and to


serve in joint billets.
Ask yourself this, "If you
were assigned to a joint
command, and you were the
only Navy person there,
what would the other serv-
ice personnel think about
you and your appearance?"
If you are honest, and don't
feel you would be the best
representative, I suggest
you have work to do.
Am I nitpicking? I don't
think so. Physical fitness
and uniform appearance
directly relate to operational
readiness. How? I'm glad
you asked. Physical fitness
tests measure your
endurance and stamina, two
vital elements that you need
to work in a combat envi-
ronment.
Working hard days and
weeks on end will wear you
down both physically and
mentally. If you are not in
good physical shape you
won't be able to keep your
body and mind sharp. The
same can be said of uniform
appearance your appear-
ance is a direct reflection of
your attention to detail and
discipline. If you don't take
the time to do the small
things right (uniforms), you
may not give the same level
of attention to your work.
Additionally, others may not
give you the chance to get
involved in important proj-
ects that could positively
affect your career if they
feel you don't present an
acceptable appearance. If
you cut corners and don't
think appearance matters,
you lower our operational
readiness.
I really want peer pres-


See APPEARANCE, Page 11


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Uncle Sam's brides: are we really ma'ams and ladies?


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
I was a new mother
when I found myself on
the front stoop in my
bathrobe and bunny slip-
pers, screaming at the kids
down the street who were
having a party.
"Turn down the music;
you've woken up my baby!"
I yelled at them.
"We did what?"
"You woke up my
baby...and my husband is
on deployment... and I'm all
by myself, and... and.:..and,
you've really made me
mad!"
The kids just laughed
and turned on their music
again. So I said a little bit
louder, "Turn down the
music or I'm calling the
police!"
That got their attention.
But only for a moment.
Then a big guy in a tight T-
shirt screamed at me, "Go
home, lady!"
Gulp! Lady?
I glanced down at my
robe and slippers. I looked
like...like a mother! But at
24-years old, I was maybe
two or three years older
than the "kids" With the
loud music. I was a young
woman trapped in an older
woman's life, as it wasn't so
long ago that I stood on
someone's driveway listen-


ing to music that bothered
the neighbors. I was hardly
old enough for someone to
yell at me and call me
"lady"! Wasn't I?
Flash forward to two
weeks ago, and I'm 28-
years old. I asked Shon, the
man building our new
house, "Will all the doors
look like this?" and he said,
"Yes, ma'am."
Ma'am?
Shon is 30-something.
It's one thing to be called
"lady" by a group of college
kids, but quite another to
be called "ma'am" by some-
one who is-ahem-older
than me.
"He probably thought
you're older than you are,"
my friend Kelly said. "It's a
Southern thing."
"Why on earth would he
think I'm older than 28?"
Kelly laughed. "Well,
because you have two kids,
a house and a husband."
(So much for only being
as old as you feel!)
For a few nights after
being called "ma'am," I had
trouble going to sleep. I felt
like I had crossed some
threshold, the one some-
where between sexy high-
heels and Pampers. Then
one night I woke up Dustin,
put a hand to my chest and
sobbed, "I'm going to be 30
this year!" (sniff, sniff,


sniff.)
Dustin looked at me con-
fused and said, "No you're
not; you're only 28. I'm
going to be 30 this year!"
My heart stopped pound-
ing against my back.
"Whew, OK, then," I said
and lay down to go to sleep.
Two nights later I was at
a bar dancing to "Tainted
Love" in a black cocktail
dress...in front of my hus-
band's commanding officers
and student pilots. (Oh
sure, I know, it doesn't take
a psychologist to figure this
one out.)
Dustin's. face looked
pained as I danced,
although he swears it was
only because he had on a
uniform from his Naval
Academy days. Yet, wasn't
it my ability to do things
her never would-like
dance in public-that
attracted Dustin to me in
the first place? Was I now
even too old to have fun?
The next morning I called
Kelly and cried, "I danced
to 'Tainted Love' in front of
a room full of teenagers!"
"So?"
"So, when I came home
and paid the babysitter, I
realized I'm not that much
older than her!"
Kelly just laughed. But
she's 36. And here's the
worst part, she has kids the


same age as mine!
My military-wife com-
rades assure me military
brides grow-up faster than
others, that our lives are
accelerated by Uncle Sam's
watch, and our babies are
determined by ship sched-
ules, not a biological clock.
Which makes me wonder, if
I hadn't married a military
man, where would I be
today?
Would I be on someone's
driveway listening to loud
music?
Probably not.
Would I dance to "Tainted
Love" in front of room full
of people?
Probably so.,
Would I see children like
the ones I have now and
wish I had my own?
Definitely,
The military may change
our life's plans, but it does-
n't change who we are. I'm
still Sarah.
I'm still 28.
I can still walk on my
hands and juggle three
oranges.
Am I "young" or "old," I
don't know. I'm just a girl
whose life has taken some
unexpected turns.
But Dustin? Man, now
he's old!

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


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


Hey, Moneyman:
Hey, MoneyMan! I
have two children and my
wife has been trying to get
me to start a college sav-.
ings plan.
We really do not have any
extra money to save at this
time, but we would like for
our kids to go to college if
they want to. What is the
best way to save for college?
MoneyMan Sez:
Start now! If your children
do well in school they may
very well get scholarships
to pay for most, if not all, of
the costs.
The military academies and
ROTC scholarships are
great options for those who


qualify. According to a May
article in Money magazine,
the average cost of a public
college per year is currently
$12,841 and over $35,000
for an Ivy League school.
If the cost goes up 5 percent
per year, the average cost
for a current three year old
to go to a top college could
be as high as $300,000.
You would needito save
around $1,400 per month to
amass that amount. There
are lots of ways to get start-
ed, but the sooner you start
the better.

More questions? Call Hey
Moneyyan! at 778-0353.


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RCRN MRTTHEUJ RHODE5
S,..~. Job title/command:
Air Operations

Hometown: East Brewton,
Ala.
Family Life: Married.

Past Duty Stations: NATTC Pensacola,
JFla.


Career Plans: Use the opportunities in the
Navy to earn a college education and career
path.

Most Interesting Experience: Being in
Pensacola during Hurricane Ivan.

Words of Wisdom: Life isn't how many
breaths you take, it's how many moments take
Your breath away.
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CHUCK HEDGES

Job title/command:
Commissary Seafood
Department Manager


SHometown: Rogers, Ark.


I Family Life: Married for 25 years with two
' beautiful girls.

Past Duty Stations: USS Richmond
Turner, USS Providence, Valdez, USS
Radford, Guantariamo Bay, Cuba, NAS Jax

Career Plans: To retire and travel.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
and seeing the world while I was in the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest.
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Parenting classes offered

From the FFSC
The NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center is
sponsoring free Nurturing Parenting classes April
26 through June 28 and Aug. 2 through Oct. 4. The
10-week sessions will be held Tuesdays from 1-2:30 p.m.
in Building
554 and are 6 --.r,- .
open to all
active duty,
retirees and *
family mem- & Famiy Support
bers. &,"
The class-
es are gen- Ct
eral parent-
ing classes
for those
whoN have
children ranging in age from 5-11. You must attend at
least nine sessions to receive a certificate of completion.
These classes do not meet court-ordered requirements for
parenting classes.
To register, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 14, 2005 3


'Mad Foxes' to change leaders


A cozy reading nook


By Lt. j.g. Brian Fichter
VP-5
he VP-5 "Mad Foxes"
will celebrate their
54th change of com-
mand April 18 with distin-
guished guests, families and
friends at NAS Sigonella,
Sicily, Italy.
The change of command
ceremony will culminate a
highly successful tour for
outgoing Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Sean Cannon
who is being relieved by
Cmdr. William Johns.
Johns will continue to
lead the Mad Foxes through
the remainder of their
deployment and then into
the following inter-deploy-
ment readiness cycle
(IDRC). Johns reported to
the squadron in April 2004,
assuming duties as execu-
tive officer.
A graduate of the
University of Nebraska,
Johns received a Naval
ROTC commission in 1987.
After earning his naval
flight officer's wings in May
1989, he. reported to VP-30
for initial P-3 training in
Jacksonville. His very dis-
tinguished career includes
an initial fleet tour in
Brunswick, Maine with VP-
44, which included a deploy-
ment to Keflavik, Iceland.
After VP-44's decommis-
sioning in 1991, he joined
VP-10 and deployed to
Sigonella. In 1993, he
returned to VP-30 for
instructor duty.
Ordered to Commander,
Carrier Group Six in 1996,
Johns served as flag secre-
tary and aide and qualified
as staff tactical action offi-
cer deploying with USS
John C. Stennis (CVN 64)
Battle Group on its maiden
deployment around the
world and in support of
Operation Southern Watch
and United Nations sanc-
tions against Iraq.
In April 1999, he reported
to VP-16 in Jacksonville for
his aviation department
head tour, which included
another deployment to
Sigonella. In November
2000, Johns joined Com-


Cmdr. William Johns
mander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Group in
Norfolk, Va. prior to report-
ing to VP-5.
Cannon's tenure began in
April 2004, and he effective-
ly transitioned the Mad
Foxes through a challenging
IDRC into a demanding
worldwide deployment to
Italy, El Salvador and
Bahrain. The squadron cov-
ered three areas of responsi-
bility as well as several
detachment sites to various
countries.
Under Cannon's guidance,
VP-5 broke new ground by
bringing the Navy's Fleet
Response Plan (FRP) to
maritime patrol aviation.
While building 12 combat
ready aircrews during the
IDRC, six were detached
within a three-month period
to support European
Command (EUCOM) and
Southern Command
(SOUTHCOM) require-
ments, executing 298
mishap-free hours and a 100
percent mission completion
rate.
In addition to providing
FRP surge assistance, the
squadron kept pace with
readiness requirements
while supporting carrier
strike groups in numerous
operations such as the joint
task force exercise, and the
composite training unit
exercise.
Cannon leaves the Mad
Foxes in the middle of an
already successful tri-site
deployment. Under his
charge, VP-5 has charted a
new course for the opera-
tional employment of mar-


Cmdr. Sean Cannon
time patrol and reconnais-
sance aircraft, achieving a
98 percent mission comple-
tion rate during 3,600 flight
hours.
While supporting Fifth
and Sixth Fleet operations
in Central Command
(CENTCOM) and EUCOM,
the Mad Foxes have also
conducted counter-drug
operations throughout
SOUTHCOM and CENT-
COM in support of the Joint
Inter-Agency Task Force
South, aiding in the inter-
diction of narcotics worth
400 million dollars.
VP-5 also completed
numerous missions in sup-
port of Operations Iraqi
Freedom and Enduring
Freedom. His aircrews sup-
ported Operations Joint
Guardian, Deliberate Forge
and Active Endeavor, Strait
of Gibraltar escort missions,
as well as numerous NATO
and multi-national exercis-
es.
Cannon's inspirational
leadership led the command
to unprecedented combat
readiness, while surpassing
147,000 hours of mishap-
free flight operations.
He sparked advancement
rates the last two cycles
that exceeded wing, group,
and Navy average, produced
the highest chief petty offi-
cer selection rate of any VP
squadron in the fleet, and
received the 2004 Comman-
der Atlantic Fleet Retention
Excellence Award.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
TM1 (SW) Calvin Price of the NAS Jax Weapons Department and a member of the First
Class Association, reads The Magic Stick by Barbara Shook Hazen to a group of
preschoolers at the NAS Jax Child Development Center April 7. As part of an effort to
increase the awareness of child abuse, the Fleet and Family Support Center is joining
the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department in hosting several activities through-
out April including children's story readings every Thursday at the center.


Battle of Midway dinner is June 4


The Navy League of Mayport is host-
ing this year's Battle of Midway
Commemoration Dinner. Tickets are
now on sale for this year's event, which
will be held June 4 at the Radisson
Riverwalk Hotel on Jacksonville's
Southbank.
The guest speaker will be Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Vern Clark. Other distin-
guished veterans of the historic battle will
also attend this year's dinner.
Purchase your ticket today for an oppor-
tunity to meet these "national treasures"
and hear their WWII adventures first
hand. The evening promises to be emotion-
al and patriotic and will provide an excel-
lent opportunity to connect with survivors
of what historians call one of the U.S.
Navy's greatest sea victories and the turn-
ing point of World War II in the Pacific.


Ticket prices are: active duty E6 and
below $20; E7 to 03, $30; 04 to 05, $40
and 06 and above, civilians and retirees -
$50. The cost includes an evening of fine
dining and entertainment, camaraderie
and reserved seating. Uniform will be din-
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and dinner dress white/dinner dress
whites for E9 and below. Cocktails begin'
at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased from the fol-
lowing locations: Navy League of Mayport
at 285-8731, USO Mayport at 246-3481,'
USO Jacksonville at 778-2821, NS
Mayport Command Master Chief at 270-
5940, NAS Jax CMC at 542-2934 and
Blount Island 1st Sgt. at 696-5058. Please
make checks payable to Midway Dinner.


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Martin to retire from AIMD tomorrow


B Lt. .g.
Elliot oungblood
AIMD Jax PAO
Lt. Cmdr. Steve Mar-
tin will retire after
22 years of service in
a ceremony tomorrow at
noon at the Bachelor
Officers' Quarters pavilion.
Martin, who is currently
stationed at the Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment '(AIMD), Jack-
sonville, was born on Feb.
10, 1963 in Miami. He is
the son of Horace and
Clara Martin.
Martin enlisted in the
Navy in February 1983
and attended boot camp at
Recruit Training Center,
San Diego, Calif. Upon
graduation, he was pro-
moted to airman and
transferred to Millington,
Tenn. to attend Avionics
"A" School and Advanced
First Term Avionics at
Naval Air Technical
Training Center.
Martin advanced to petty


Lt. Cmdr. Steve Martin
officer third class while in
Millington, completed
training and transferred to
NAS Pensacola for aircrew
school. He then moved to
NAS Jacksonville for P-3C
weapon systems technician
training and the in-flight
technician syllabus.
He graduated first in his
class and selected VP-24


aboard NAS Jacksonville
as his first duty station
and completed deploy-
ments to Bermuda and
Sigonella.
While with the "Batmen"
of VP-24, he was promoted
to second class petty officer
and qualified as collateral
duty inspector, naval air-
crew observer, in-flight
technician, beartrap in-
flight technician and alter-
nate Commander Naval
Air Atlantic Fleet
NATOPS evaluator.
Martin then reported to
VP-30 as an instructor.
While there, he advanced
to first class petty officer,
reenlisted, qualified as a
master training specialist
and became the model
manager for the P-3C
Update III In-flight
Technician curriculum and
P-3C Non-update Weapon
System Technician Main-
tenatice Training Improve-
ment Program.
After being selected for
the Enlisted Commission-


ing Program, Martin ter-
minated his shore duty to
complete his college de-
gree. Three years later
with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Electrical En-
gineering from the Univer-
sity of North Florida, he
was commissioned an
ensign in April 1993.
After attending Aviation
Maintenance Officer
School, Martin joined the
"Maulers" of VS-32 as
assistant maintenance offi-
cer. While there, he was
promoted to lieutenant
junior grade and served as
material control officer and
maintenance control offi-
cer, completing two Medi-
terranean deployments
aboard USS America (CV-
66).
After his tour with VS-
32, Martin transferred to
AIMD, NAS Atlanta, Ga.
While there, he promoted
to lieutenant and served as
support equipment officer,
avionics officer, ordnance
officer, weapons officer,


quality assurance officer
and production control offi-
cer.
His next tour was with
the "Red Lions" of HS-15
where he served as the
assistant maintenance offi-
cer deploying to the
Mediterranean with USS
George Washington (CVN-
73).
After being promoted to
lieutenant commander,
Martin transferred to
AIMD Jax in May 2002,
where he served as the
maintenance and material
control officer and as assis-'
tant officer in charge.
He is married to the for-
mer Kim Marie Belcher of
Manhattan, N.Y. They have
one daughter, Shar-Dey,
who currently attends
Bethune-Cookman College
in Daytona Beach.


Cleanups

planned
The NAS Jax
Spring Shoreline
Cleanup will be
held April 28 to pick up
debris and trash from
our shorelines. The
event will be held from
8-11:30 a.m. starting at,
the Sea Bat Pavilion,
located next to the
Mulberry Cove Marina.
Volunteers can partici-
pate in canoes or from
the shoreline.
Free food will be pro-
vided by the marina,
after the cleanup.
For more information
and to sign up for the
shoreline cleanup, call
Angela Glass at 542-
2717, Ext. 113.
A base-wide cleanup
will be held May 5. For
more information on
this cleanup, call ADCS
Reginald Graham at,
542-2717, Ext. 14i or
email Reginald.gra-
ham@navy.mil.


KUDO CORNER

The following personnel were recognized during an awards cere-
mony April 7 at Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility Jax:
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
ET2 Paul Outland
OS1 James Cameron
OS1 Lashanda Mack
LT Jason Roberson
Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Award


OSC Carolyn Robinson
Flag Letter of Commendation
OSSN Jason Henderson
Good Conduct Award
AC1 Johnny Hill
AC3 Jason Meek
ACAN Johnathan Childers
ACAN Benjamin Strieter


Free family law seminar offered
Florida Family Law Information Seminar is being
offered every Thursday in April at 1:30 p.m. in
Building 4, Classroom 117.
The seminar is open to all active duty members, retirees
and family members with military ID cards. The following
topics will be covered: marriage, divorce, child support and
military retirement issues. No pre-registration is required.
Child Care is not available. For more information call 542-
2565.


NCLC offers prep classes.

The Navy College Learning Center is offering free
ASVAB/ACT/SAT 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 participants.
These classes will help increase scores in math,
English and reading. Course completion meets the
requirements for retaking the ASVAB test.
For more information or to sign up, call 542-3676 or
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Beginning this summer,
Cannon will commence full
time study under the
Moreau Scholar Program at
Johns Hopkins University.
The Mad Foxes also wel-
come their new Executive
Officer Cmdr. Brent Klavon.


Klavon's last tour was as
executive officer of VP-30.
He is a 1988 graduate of
Pennsylvania State Univer-
sity and received his com-
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Erika Bryan's black and white photography composition, titled "Freedom
'Rules!" is a reflection of what Bryan feels in her heart.


a photo

SMiriam S. Gallet
Bitor
T ill one of them be the next
Ij/ Ansel Adams? That was
T V the question many were
'asking during the first local
ImageMakers: Boys and Girls
-Clubs of America's (BGCA)
National Photography Contest
held at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club April 1. Fifteen children
from the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department Youth
Activities Center (YAC) BGCA
Photo Club, ages 6 to 12, partici-
pated in the event.
According to YAC Recreation
Lead Rosario Rosales, the YAC
implemented a photography cur-
riculum in January, giving chil-
dren the opportunity to express
themselves creatively and learn
* ew skills.
"Every child enrolled at the
-YAC automatically becomes a
2:ember of the Navy BGCA. This
.year, we started a photo club in
conjunction with the national
club and gave every child an
opportunity to sign up," explained
SRosales. "Those who joined the
Club were taught the basics of
digital photography and how to
process and print photographs on
a computer."
Showcasing' the best work club
members had accomplished, this
year's contest consisted of dis-
playing photographs in two age
groups and two categories.
"The national contests consist
of four age divisions and five cate-
gories (Black & White Process,
Color Process, Alternative
.Process, Digital and Photo
:Essay)," Rosales said. "However,
$ince this is our first year and we
only have five digital cameras our
children only entered in the digi-
tal competition. During the con-
test, each child took great pride


contest

in displaying and sharing with
their parents, teachers and
friends one digital color and a
black and white photograph. The
first place winners will go on to
compete at the national level,
where winners are awarded col-
lege scholarships to pursue their.
artistic talents."
American flags, the Mulberry
Cove Marina, a basketball, shad-
ows and bright bougainvilleas,
were some of the themes dis-
played in this contest. They were
all transformed by the imagina-
tion of a child and a camera lens.
Three local photographers
judged the contest and selected
first-, second- and third-place
winners in the two age groups
and two categories. Petronia
Hall's "Untitled Three" (6 to 9 age
group) and Erika Bryan "Riptide,"
(10 to 12 age group) were voted
the first-place winners in the
Digital Color Process. In Digital
Black and White Process (6 to 9
age group), "Untitled Four" by
Hall and "Taking a Bath" by
Michelle Garrett (10 to 12 age
group) stole the show.
Other winners in the digital
color competition included Raven
Jackson's "Pink Masterpiece" and
Joe Delgado's "Poison Ivy" (6 to 9
age group) and Corey Fletcher's
"Antopia" and Michelle Garrett's
"Boats On The Sunrise" (10 to 12
age group). In the black and
white competition, the second-
and third-place winners were
Raven Jackson's "Tree Stump"
and Alyssa Hudson's "Watcher in
the Woods" (6 to 9 age group).
Corey Fletcher's "Me and My
Shadow" and Erika Bryan
"Freedom Rules!" were voted sec-
ond- and third-place winners in
the 10 to 12 age group.
"I want to learn more about
black and white photography and
how to take great pictures," said


The NAS Jax Mulberry Cove Marina is the backdrop for "Untitled 4" by Petronia Hall. The model in the photo-
graph is Maria Pitts. ,. .
Bryan. "Being a member of the
photo club taught me how to crop
and edit pictures in a computer.
Now that I've won first place in
this regional contest, I'm hopingV
to reach the nationals and win a
scholarship."
Fletcher, second-place winner in
the color and black and white cat-
egories, said, "I was surprise to ,
learn that I was going to partici- ... ..
pate in-a photo contest. At first, I .
thought I wasn't ready for it.
Then, I decided that my photo-
graphic skills were getting better .
so I entered."
According to the BGCA Web
site, the ImageMakers: National
Photography Program is funded
by the Circuit City Foundation
and encourages girls and boys to
learn and practice photography,
expressing themselves in creative
and innovative ways. tive delivers "Me and My Shadow," is a black and white photograph by 11-year-old
The national initiative delivers
a state-of-the-art photography Corey Fletcher.
curriculum, provides photograph-
ic resources and opportunities for
club members to compete on a
national level. ImageMakers pro-
vides local, regional and national
recognition through an annual
photography contest. Winning
photos will be displayed nation-
wide at museums as well as at 1
BGCA's annual National
Conference.
For more information about the
Youth Activities Center, call 778-
9772. For information about the
Boys and Girls Club of America,
visit www.bgca.org.


Tom Strelecki,
imaging techni-
cian at The Florida
Times-Union,
judges the color
and black and
white photographs
submitted by the
NAS Jacksonville
Navy Boys and
Girls Club of
America partici-
pants as part of
the club's annual
photo contest
April 1. The win-
ners of this con-
test will go on to
compete in the
national contest.


"Pink Masterpiece" by Raven Jackson


Youths show




their talents






ax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 14, 2005 t 7


Micca Pitts smiles proudly as her 10-year-old daughter, Sarah, a third-
grader at John Stockton Elementary School, explains her color photo-
graph, "Reflection," during the NAS Jax Boys and Girls Photography
Contest held at the NAS jax Officers' Club April 1.


PH3 Clarck Desire teaches NAS Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Youth Activity Center
children about lighting as part of their Navy Boys and Girls Club of America photography training for Image
Makers sponsored by Circuit City.


NAS Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Youth Ac-
tivities Center Recreational Lead Rosario Rosales teaches Joe Delgado, 9,
a third-grader at Ortega Elementary School, how to mount a photograph.


Photos by PHI Toiette Jackson and Miriam S. Gallet


Members of the Navy Boys and Girls Club of America at the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department
Youth Activity Center and their group leader, Rosario Rosales, smile for the camera during the Digital Color/Black
and White Photographic Contest held at the NAS Jax Officers' Club April 1. Members include (first row, from left)
Joe Delgado, Raven Jackson, Marie Pitts, Lauren Rosales, Taje.Saunders and Sara Pitts. (Back row, from left)
Rosales, Petronia Hall, Erika Bryan, Josua Walker, Corey Fletcher, Alyssa Hudson and Michelle Garrett.


(From left) Winner
of the Digital Color
and Black and White
(6 to 9 age group)
Contest Petronia Hall,
winner of the Digital
Color (10 to 12 age
group) Contest Erika
Bryan and winner
of the Digital Black and
White (10 to 12 age
group) Michelle Garrett.
These three winners will
go on to the national
competition.


Contest participants, their parents and friends enjoy a dinner at the Officers' Club
courtesy of the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Youth Activities
Program.


Utilizing the Kodak Easy Share Photo program, members of the photo club learn how to process digi-
tal photos on a computer.


Corey Fletcher, 11, a fifth-grader at Venetia Elementary School and a participant in the
10-12 age group digital photography contest, shows his parents, Master Sgt. Gerome
and Jackie Fletcher, his black and white photograph entitled "Me and My Shadow."





8 JaXUr NeWS, NAS lacksonville, Thursday, April 14, 2005


Former FACSFAC Jax CMC retires


O SCM Tracy Connell
retired in a ceremo-
ny on April 8 at the
Bachelor Officers Quarter's
Pavilion.
Born in Deland, Fla. on
Aug. 5, 1957, Connell joined
the Navy at 17 and left for
boot camp on June 20, 1975
and graduated from
Operation Specialist "A"
School in December 1975.
Connell served on his first
ship as an antisubmarine
air controller and air inter-
cept controller.
His decision to stay Navy
crystallized after being
mentored by his Leading
Chief Petty Officer Senior
Chief Ivan Schaffer, aboard
USS Richard Byrd (DDG-
23). After reenlisting,
Connell began instructor


OSCM(SW) Tracy Connell
duty in June 1979, winning
instructor of the quarter.
Excited to return to sea, he
left shore duty early as a
first class petty officer and
reported to the guided-mis-
sile cruiser USS
Ticonderoga (CG-47), where
he served for 66 months. His


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The campaign to get customers to
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defense Commissary Agencies
(DeCA).
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paper bags still outweighs the cost of
plastic overseas so the emphasis on


Lifesavers
Iy Dan Steber
'aval Safety Center
7'raffic Safety Department
'NT aval Safety Center
l|I |traffic-safety spe-
Scialists and other
Navy attendees met in
Charlotte, NC., for the pre-
mier traffic-safety confer-
ence of the year, Lifesavers
M2005, which ran from
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traffic mishaps. Sailors will
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Products that were dis-
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latest safe-driving and
'crash-avoidance tech-
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technologies that might
hlp to reduce mishaps.
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beginning with a news release, fact
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and posters explaining the need for a
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second ship saw combat off
the Middle East.
"Just after the Marine
barracks bombing in Beirut,
Lebanon, the ship was
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officer and then senior chief
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can be built into' a flash-
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or gate guards can use
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April 1992, he became com-
mand master chief for
Commander, Second Fleet.
His third shore tour was
with Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility (FACS-
FAC) Vacapes in Virginia
Beach, Va. Leaving shore
duty early again, he then
transferred to USS John F.
Kennedy (CV 67). While at
NS Mayport, he worked as
the bingo caller every
Saturday night. By the time
his tour had finished, he'd
given away $250,000 in
Morale, Welfare and
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Photo courtesy of Naval Facilities Engineering Command
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Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Public Works
Center Jax/Engineering Field Activity Southeast
Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Walden. Villafane
earned this recognition for his superior performance
while serving as assistant resident officer in charge of
construction, NAS Jacksonville from May 2003 to May
2005. During this time, Villafane skillfully managed over
50 construction and repair projects valued in excess of
$20 million. His coordination and communications skills
ensured completion of four hangar renovation projects
in sequence with squadron deployment schedules during
a time when our Navy was at a state of increased alert
and high operational tempo. Additionally, he successfully
completed numerous roofing, painting and paving proj-
ects to enhance the station's infrastructure.










Air power




















Photos by PHAN Kristopher Wilson
A HH-60H Seahawk, assigned to the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7, fires flares during an air-
power demonstration performed by the squadrons of Carrier Air Wing Three for the
Sailors and Marines aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). The Harry S. Truman
Carrier Strike Group was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the
Persian Gulf in support of the global war on terrorism.






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and rescue
swimmer
assigned
to HS-7
dangles from
an HH-60H
Seahawk while
displaying
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rescue
capabilities
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air-power
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 14, 2005 9


First FACSFAC Jax



commander visits facility


By ET2 Bill Lamed
FACSFAC Jax PAO


Personnel at Fleet Area
Control and Surveil-
lance Facility (FACS-
FAC) Jax received a visit
from a distinguished guest
March 30 in honor of the
facility's 28th anniversary'
Retired Navy Cmdr.
George Allen was the first to
lead the facility when FACS-
FAC Jax operations began
on April 1, 1977. While tour-
ing the facility, Allen wit-
nessed the results of dra-
matic changes since his
watch. He was responsible
for 26 personnel in a one-
story building. Today, Capt.
Robert Buehn commands
the Ill-person, four-depart-
ment team.
During a tour of three
departments March 30,
Allen rapidly realized the
additional duties FACSFAC
Jax fulfills in the 21st centu-
ry. The Air Defense Sys-tem
Integrator, a recent system
upgrade FACSFAC Jax
received, was completely
unheard of in 1977. The
Right Whale monitoring
project did not yet exist. Air
traffic control operations
were present at the facility
in.1977, but according to
Allen, not nearly as many
consoles existed.
"FACSFAC Jax has more
black boxes now than I had
people in my day," Allen said
during his tour.
Before taking charge of
FACSFAC Jax, Allen flew S-
2 planes, SH-3 "Sea King"
helicopters and ZPG-3 air-
ships. The 403-foot airships
were powered by twin 1,525
horsepower engines, and the
lighter-than-air craft had a
top speed of 80 miles per


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Photo by ET2 Bill Lamed
Fleet Area Control and Sur-
veillance Facility (FACSFAC)
Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Robert Buehn (left)
greets retired Navy Cmdr.
George Allen, FACSFAC Jax's
first commanding officer dur-
ing his visit to the facility
March 30.
hour. Diesel submarine cap-
tains feared the airship's
sensitive one million watt
radar, which could detect the
boat's exposed exhaust and
intake pipe. A nuclear sub-
marine, without an internal
combustion engine, had no
need to surface an air pipe.
This development was a fac-
tor that led the Navy to
retire the airships in 1962.
Even so, the space-age air-
ships were being used to test
technology that would out-


live them.
"The seats used in the
Navy airships I flew were
developed for use in NASA
spacecraft," Allen explained.
After retiring from the
Navy, Allen taught the
NJROTC program at Ed
White High School and at
Montclair Elementary
School. According to Allen,'
he had a dramatic change in
his life after the Navy. "I
pinched my neck while haul-
ing a desk on my back. The
physical therapy I experi-
enced in order to heal
inspired me to start my own
practice, which I held in
Jacksonville for 16 years."
Before Allen detached
from FACSFAC Jax on June
24, 1977, he was responsible
for a similar mission the
facility fulfills today, such as
monitoring and controlling
air traffic. Since then, FACS-
FAC Jax has grown and
changed throughout the
years. "Coming back here for
this tour is like having a
baby, and then coming back
to see him as an adult,"
Allen concluded.


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Although the conference was available
and advertised to various Navy and
Marine Corps commands, military turnout
was light. This fact was a minor "blip" in
an otherwise perfect conference.
"After seeing the quality of the program,
I was a little disappointed so few
Department of Defense (DoD) traffic-safety
specialist were able to attend," said John
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Fire Protection, Office of the Secretary of
Defense.
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program successes, and ways to develop
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manders partner with their local commu-
nity to keep military members safe on the
public roads and highways."
Next year's conference is scheduled for
April 9-11, 2006 at the Convention Center
in Austin, Texas. The new mishap goals are
forthcoming and will require the Navy and
its various commands to be even more dili-
gent and innovative as we seek to save
even more lives in our traffic-safety and
off-duty efforts.
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Celebrating the Month of the M ..


Sy Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Children of all ages
and their families
enjoyed a day of fun
and excitement in celebra-
tion of April's Month of the
Military Child at a carnival
at the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center last
Saturday.
* "We hold this event every
April to celebrate our mili-
tary children. It gives our
families the opportunity to
come out and spend some
quality time with their chil-
dren and have some fun.
We'll hold another carnival
in November to celebrate
the Month of the Military
Family," said Claudia
Christino, Youth Activities
Center director.
"This is our first time
coming to this carnival on
base. It's really a great time
for the kids. It gives them a
chance to get outside and
run around. Our five-year-
old loves it, she's having a
blast," remarked AT2(AW)
Paul Frederich of Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment, Jax who was
with his wife, Jennifer,
daughters, Katie and
Gabbie and son, Joey.
The children were all
smiles as they enjoyed a
fire engine slide, a rock
climbing wall and slide, an
obstacle course, free balloon
characters, face painting
and sno cones.
"This carnival is really
fun because you get to run
around and go on different
jumpy things. My favorite
one is the racing one
because I like to go through
the maze, crawl up and
down things and go
through holes," said 7-year-
old Sean Cook.
This year, several other
commands teamed up with
the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department
(MWR) to put on this event.
"We are here promoting
child abuse prevention
month which is also this
month. It's important to us
that children are safe and
that base personnel are
aware that we are here to
provide them with informa-
tion to prevent abuse. We're
out here today making bal-
loon characters, painting
faces and handing out
brochures and other infor-
mation about who we are
and what we offer,"
explained Myrna Wilson,
acting director and family
advocacy representative for
the NAS Jax Fleet and
Family Support Center.
S"Due to cuts in budgets
&or shore installations we're
.forced to enhance our pro-
grams through partner-
ships and this is one of
.those events. We've teamed
up with the MWR
Department to promote our
programs through this car-
nival. We're fortunate to
have a MWR that's really
deceptive program enhance-
ment through partnerships.
We plan to forge a lot more
partnerships with other
departments that we have
common goals with here,"
added Community Support
Programs Director Gus
Terlage.
Another department rep-
resented at the carnival
was base security. "We are
out here today to promote
crime prevention, to answer
any questions families
might have about security
on the base and to let the
children meet McGruff, the
crime dog," said MA3 Kevin


Youth Activities Center Em-
ployee Shanquanta Willis
gives 3-year-old Clarck De-
sire Jr. a gentle push down
one of the blow-up slides at
the carnival.


Kaylee Tutt, 10 (left), and Ashley Russ, 9, try their best to run before getting whipped back by
a bungee cord on one of the attractions at this year's Month of the Military Child Carnival at
the Youth Activities Center last Saturday.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
McGruff, the crime dog, gives 4-year-old Destiny Duran a
hug. McGruff was at the carnival promoting crime preven-
tion.


(From left) Dane LaRocque, 4, Logan Chastain, 4, and Evan Peatman, 4, scramble through
holes as they race through an obstacle course.

(At left) Ten-year-old Joe Crews goes head first down one of
Sh the slides.


Alicia Young carefully watches as her 7-month-old son,
Landon checks out a balloon character.


Taylor of the NAS Jax
Security Department.
Luckily, the weather
cooperated throughout the
afternoon and the tempera-
tures Weren't too scorching.
hot. "I'm glad it was such a


nice day and so many fami-
lies came out to enjoy the
carnival. I'd really like to
thank all our staff mem-
bers and everyone else who
participated for making
this event so successful,"
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By Marsha Childs
Naval lHospital lacksonville Marketing
he Exceptional Family Member
Program (EFMP) at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is a fami-
ly centered enrollment program
designed to meet the needs and pro-
vide support for active duty families
with long-term medical, psychological
and special education needs.
EFMP Coordinator Galya Taborn
said, "The main purpose of the EFMP
is to ensure that whenever possible,
the sailor's duty station is located in
an area where their family member's
needs can be met, while still meeting
the mission of the Navy."
Taborn, a licensed clinical social
worker with more than 30 years expe-


rience working with children, loves
her job. "My job is very rewarding,
and it is an honor to work with mili-
tary families." Taborn educates active
duty families about the program and
assists with the enrollment process.
Her main piece of advice is to start
enrollment as early as possible once a
qualifying condition is identified.
Enrollment in the program is
mandatory and should be done at
least six to nine months prior to the
sponsor's projected rotation date.
Service members should complete a
new application every three years, as
reenrollment is not automatic. Some
of the leading diagnoses that qualify
family members for the program are
learning and language delays, atten-
tion deficit disorder, asthma, develop-


tal delays, seizures, affective psy-
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session.
.rly enrollment is essential so as
to hold up orders. EFMP enroll-
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ices for promotion. In fact, the
notion/selection boards do not
e access to this protected informa-
and seashore rotation will not
fected.
born also srives as a valuable
urce and refers patients for "spe-
needs" services within the com-
ity. For more information about
EFMP, contact Taborn at 542-
B or go to http://web.whs.osd.mil/
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The following is the
Diabetic Class sched-
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June:
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.
ing June 22
3-5 p.m.
The classes will be in
the Internal Medicine
ves Conference Room at
irg, Naval Hospital Jack-
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outrs sonville. For informa-
call tion, call Sharon Glad-
den at 542-7431.


Earth Day Saturday
The Jacksonville Landing will host organiza-
tions providing environmental information on top-
ics ranging from recycling and conservation to
manatees and other animals. Volunteers are
needed to assist with children's craft activities,
ecology fair and helping man the various booths.
Call Julio Lacayo at 630-1020, Ext. 5 for informa-
tion.

World of Nations Celebration
Journey with us April 28 through May 1 as we
celebrate the rich cultural traditions and unique
heritage of people from around the world. Assist
in USA pavilion, stamp passports, volunteer
check-in, runners, staging, etc. For details call
Julio Lacayo at 630-1020, Ext. 5.

March of Dimes
First Coast Walk America
On April 30, come out and support the March of
Dimes.in saving babies by helping with walker
registration, decorating, route set-up/clean up,
food service, accounting and more. Contact Judy
Larson at 398-2821 for details.

HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for var-
ious construction projects. For more information,
call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The


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donated materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.

Habitat for Clay County
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Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunte
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the year to help out. For more information, c
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IKE: Sailors enthusiastic aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower


From Page 1

"This ship has just come
out of the yards," said
CMDCM(AW/SW) Rick
Neal, HS-5's command
master chief "Working
together as a team, things
can run smoother in the
future. We all have to learn
how to crawl, walk, then
run."
Neal said the Sailors
aboard Ike have bent over
backwards for them. The
crew and the climate are
professional, and he said he
could see Ike wants to be the
best ship in the fleet. "I've
noticed Ike Sailors are really
enthusiastic about their job,"
said Crowley. "They have
been so helpful and excited
to work together."
"We're here to help ramp


up the crew," said Lt. j.g.
Robert Scott of VAQ-140.
"The crew looks good. The
first time I was on Ike was
when I was four or five
when my dad, who was sta-
tioned aboard the ship,
brought me here. Coming
back now is so cool to see it
again, and she looks great!
The fresh paint makes her
look real good."
Ike and CVW-7 have
come together as a team in
getting the carrier back to
the fleet, ready to assume
her watch.
"Flight deck certified
means that Ike and CVW-7
are ready to go to sea and
do what we are supposed to
do, and that's to be a for-
ward deployed presence
and to answer the presi-
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Safety recall of gel

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reading "Nature's Finest Candles." The UPC codes of
the recalled candles, located on a sticker on the bot-
tom of the candles, are 3863300100 through
3863300114 and 3863300200 through 3863300214.
This recall includes only Nature's Finest gel candles.
Other Nature's Finest candles are not involved in this
recall.
Consumers should stop using these candles immedi-
ately and contact Nature's Finest to receive a full
refund.
For questions or further information, call Nature's
Finest at (800) 964-6804 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
CT Monday through Friday, or go to the firm's Web
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sure to kick in and for Sailors to police each other. Chiefs,
correcting uniform discrepancies and ensuring your people,
lead healthy lives and stay physically fit is your duty and,
your obligation. You should take advantage of every oppor-
tunity to correct Sailors when they do not wear the uniform
correctly.
You should also set the example by maintaining your own
great appearance and leading by example. If you make"
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those whose who work for you will follow suit. It's not good'
enough to stand in front of your people and tell them they'
need to get in shape; you have to practice what you preach.
Shipmates, I need each of you to look your best, present a
professional appearance, and do your level best to get in"
shape, stay in shape, and be a model to all others! The bot-
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affect our operational readiness and your commitment to
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If you look in the classi-
fied section of the daily
newspaper, there are
always ads for lost and
found pets. Other people
put up posters on street
corners and in store win-
dows as they frantically
search for their lost ani-
mals.
If only they had put that
ID tag on the collar or even
better, had their pet micro-
chipped it might be so
much easier to get the crit-
ter home where it belonged.
"Microchipping an animal
is a great idea because it
permanently identifies the
animal and helps relocate
the pets owner if they get
separated," said Dr. John
Van Olphen, DMV of the
NAS Jax Veterinary
Treatment Facility.
"The microchip's are uni-
versal and most veterinari-
ans, humane societies and
animal control agencies
have scanners. The infor-
mation is put into a data-
base that can be accessed
internationally. So if some-
one lost their pet in Italy,
an Italian veterinarian
could scan the animal and
locate the owner," he added.
For those living aboard
NAS Jax, microchipping all
pets is mandatory accord-
ing to NASJAXINST
5800.9. All pets must also
be registered on base and
through Duval County.
Having your pet micro-
chipped is a fairly simple
procedure. A small micro-
chip, about the size of a
piece of rice, is inserted
under the skin between the
shoulder blades of a dog or
cat. Each chip has a 10-
digit code that is registered
into an international data-
base through the American
Kennel's Club (AKC) Com-
panion Animal Recovery
program.
When a lost pet is found
any veterinarian or animal
shelter can use a special
hand-held scanner to read
the identification code on
the microchip. The shelter
can then notify the AKC
who will contact the pet's
owner. The database is
maintained 365 days a
year, 24 hours a day.
It is up to the owner how-


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Spc. Sarah Tilley, a veterinary technician at the NAS Jax Veterinary Treatment Facility, scans 5-
year-old Abby to check for a microchip as her owner, Richard Green, holds her. Green adopt-
ed Abby a, month ago and brought her in for a checkup and vaccinations.
S .. Building 537 on Biscayne
.Street and is open Monday
--' through Friday from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 542-3786.


Microchipping animals is a simple procedure. A needle with a
small chip is inserted into the animal just under the shoulder
blades. The microchip number is then entered into a database
and the animal can be tracked worldwide.


ever, to keep the AKC in-
formed about address
changes. The microchip is
permanent and as long as
the owner keeps the AKC
updated when they move,
they can track down own-
ers and reunite them with
lost pets.
The chip is only activated
when scanned and is safe
for puppies and kittens and
adult animals six months
and older.
The cost to have a pet


microchipped on base is
$17 and an additional $2
service charge. The Veter-
inary Treatment Facility.
also offers all pet vaccina-
tions, heartworm testing,
feline leukemia/FIV test-
ing, health certificates,
fecal exams and sells heart-
worm preventative medi-
cine, flea and tick control
products, skin conditioners
and shampoos and nutri-
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Sunday paper & computers
Monday paper & computers
Tuesday paper
Thursday paper & computers



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 p.m. and Saturday/Sunday, 11
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Webster Flea Market
Visit the largest flea market in Florida and tour the
National Veterans Cemetery.
April 18, $20 / person



Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Last Buck BBQ
April 14, 5-7 p.m.

Canoe & Kayaking Trip
St. Mary's River, Ga.
April 16, 7:30 a.m. departure, $10

Green Day Concert
April 19
Only $20 for a ticket and transportation.

Texas Hold-em Tournament
April 21


Pat Lanier (left) measures
two bass before weighing
them in during a past
tournament. This year's
tournament is Saturday
starting at first light.
For more information,
call the Mulberry Cove
Marina at 542-3260.


Tourney begins at 7 p.m.

Flag Football
April 23
Liberty Cove, 2 p.m.


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

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



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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


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 Employ-ees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-


modore@njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The 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-
6025.
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 Association of Avia-
tion Ordnancemen's meeting
is held the third Thursday at 7,
p.m. of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jackson-
ville Chapter 1984, National
As-sociation of Retired
Federal Employees extends
an open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the


Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly meet-
ing on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonvile
Urban League, 903 West Union
Street. Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact LLt
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email Herlena.
WVsshgton@sar.mednavy rrl.
The Gold Wing Road
Riders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first
Wednesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. They
also have a weekly get together
at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley
Avenue at 7 p.m. every Friday
night. For more information, call
269-5369 or visit www.fl1x.org.
Several Youth Fishing Derbies
are coming up. Events are being
held Saturday at Crystal Springs
Park, May 7 at Huguenot Park,
June 4 at Hanna Park and Aug.
20 at Oceanway Park. All der-
bies run from 9 a.m. to noon. A
Youth Fishing Tournament will
be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to


3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
information, call 573-4918.
The Southern Genealogist's
Exchange Society, Jackson-
ville, will hold a joint meeting
with the Jacksonville
Genealogical Society Saturday
at 1:30 p.m. at the Willowbranch
Library in Avondale. The pro-
gram will feature a presentation
by Rev. Ed Murfin on his search
for and findinghis great grand-
mother's grave.
The Military Officers
Association will conduct their
monthly dinner meeting April 20
at 6 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. For infor-
mation or reservations, call Bill
Potter at 213-0701.
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.
shrimpfestival.com.
The National Naval Officers
Association Jacksonville
Chapter is hosting the 10th
annual De. Samuel P. Massie
Scholarship Banquet May 14 at
noon at the Hidden Hills Coun-
try Club at 3901 Monument
Boulevard. This celebration will
honor five local high school sen-
iors who will receive over


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Summer Camp Registration
April 23, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Registration packets must be completed and turned into
the Youth Activities Center by April 20.
The fees based on total household income.
Call 778-9772 for more info.



Friday, 7 p.m. I Heart Huckabees (R)
April 22, 7 p.m. A Few More Dollars (R)
April 23, 5 p.m. Fat Albert (PG)
April 23, 7 p.m. Seed of Chucky (R)


Jax Suns salute military

From MWR
Attention military baseball 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 nights are:
May 21, 7:05 p.m. vs. Mississippi Braves
June 12,5:05 p.m. vs. Carolina Mudcats
July 8, 7:05 p.m. vs. Montgomery Biscuits
Aug. 11, 7:05 p.m. vs. West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx
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.


$5,000 in scholarship monies.
The theme is "Servicing Youth
Through Educational Oppor-
tunities." Dr. Edythe Abdullah,
president, Florida Community
College Jacksonville is the


guest speaker. For ticket infor-
mation, cal Lt. LaShelle Ham-
ilton at 542-7045, Lt. Lakesha
Chieves at 542-9212 or Lt.
Cmdr. Ethan Josiah at 542-
7464.


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Local park offers nature classes


Tennis tourney slated
An open singl.,s tennis tournament will be held
April 25. The tournament is free and open to all
NAS Jax authorized gym patrons. There will be a
men and women's division. The matches will start
at 5 p.m. and will be played at the Birmingham
Tennis Courts. Call the NAS Jax Gym to sign up
by April 22.
Skeet league forming
A Captain's Cup Skeet League is now forming.
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty per-
sonnel. Stop by the gym to pick up the rules and
entry forms to join the league.
Volleyball meeting planned
An intramural sand volleyball meeting will be
held May 4 at 11:30 a.m. in Building 850, located
on the corner of Yorktown and Mustin Roads.
Command athletic officers or their designated rep-
resentative who attend will receive five Captain's
Cup points. The rules will be covered and entry
forms to join the league will be provided.
Golf meeting coming up
An intramural golf meeting is planned for May
18 at 11:30 a.m. at Mulligans. Command athletic
officers or their designated representative who
attend will receive five Captain's Cup points. The
rules will be covered and entry forms to join the
league will be provided.
Racquetball tournament
planned for May
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's
Racquetball Tournament will be held May 23-27.
The tournament is open to all NAS Jax active duty
men and women. There will be a separate men
and women's division. Each command participant
earns points for their command for participating
and additional points are awarded for first, second
and third place. Sign up at the NAS Jax Gym by
May 18.
Basketball meeting slated
A summer basketball meeting will be held May
25 at 11:30 a.m. in Building 850. The rules will be
covered and entry forms to join the league will be
provided.
Officials and scorekeepers
needed
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
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets


regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k
bike

Women's Softball Standings


Team
Lady Divas
VP-16
TPU
Naval Hospital
Greybeard


As of April 8
Wins


Losses
0
1
1


0 1
Softball Standings


As of April 8


Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 4 0
CPRW-11 3 1
CNATTU 2 1
AIMD 1 2
CHSWL 0 2
VP-16 0 2
VP-30 0 2
Intramural Soccer Standings
As of April 8


Team Wins
CNATTU 2
HS-11 2
VS-31 1
VP-45 1
VS-32 1
VP-30 0
AIMD 0
Naval Hospital 0
Intramural Softball
As of April 8
Team Wins
AIMD Warriors 3
HS-75 2
PSD 2
VS-30 2
VP-45 2
HS-11 0
VR-58 1
VP-30 3
VP-62 2
CPRW-11 1
VP-30 IFT 0
SERCC 1
VS-32 1
AIMD 600 0
CNATTU 0
Naval Hospital 0
AIMD 500 0
FACSFAC 0
HS-15 0
VS-31 0


Losses
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
Standings

Losses
0
0
0
0
0-
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
0
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By Leslie Royce
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
The Westside Region-
al Park located
across the NAS Jax
Main Gate is looking for
volunteers to participate in
Project Feeder Watch,
which is a research and
education project of the
Cornell Lab of Ornith-
ology, National Audubon
Society, Bird Studies
Canada, and the Canad-
ian Nature Federation.
So, what does a person
do who participates in the
Feeder Watch? You watch
birds for as little as five
minutes or as long as you
want. You count how many
birds of each species you
see at one time. And you
record that data.
With assistance, even a
small child can do that.
And, of course, we'll be
there to offer assistance.
The data collected will be
used by scientists to track
and study changing bird
populations.


We are looking for volun-
teers to collect data on
Friday and Saturdays..
You don't have to make a
commitment to come out
regularly. Just call us
before you visit to make
sure that the nature center
isn't being used for a pub-
lic program.
The following events and
workshops will be held at
the park in April. For fur-
ther information or to reg-
ister, call 573-2498.
Hooray for
Homeschoolers: Swarm
into Insects
April 15, 10-11:30 a.m.
or 1-2:30 p.m.
Going buggy? Join us
and learn more about ento-
mology, the study of
insects. We will participate
in a bug scavenger hunt,
view bugs in the field, and
take a. closer look at
insects under a microscope.
Participants will go off-
trail, so please wear close-
toed shoes and bug repel-
lent. Registration is
required.


Who to notify when a credit card is stolen


Credit card theft is a
huge burden and can
cause major problems
for victims. The following
are numbers to call if cards
are lost or stolen. These
agencies should be contact-
ed immediately.
Equifax Credit Bureau:
800-525-6285
Experian Credit Bureau:
888-397-3742
TransUnion Credit
Bureau: 800-680-7289
SS Administration Fraud


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Nature Crafts: Art of
Using Recyclables
April 21, 10-11:30 a.m.
Join us in celebrating
Earth Day by creating art
out of recyclables! We have
different projects you can
create using recyclable
items from your own
household. Registration
required.
Map and Compass
Instruction
April 23, 10 aan.-noon
Participants will learn to
determine bearings, how to
set up travel locations on a
map, and how to determine
bearings of travel loca-
tions.
Each team of two will
work to find eight locations
in the park. Each partici-
pant must have a compass.
Please keep in mind that
flat compasses are best for
map work.
Participants should wear
appropriate clothing,
shoes, and bring bug repel-
lent. Register by mailing
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100 Clubs and
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105 Dating and Services
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110 Happy Ads
115 Lost and Found
120 Notices
125 Personals
130Tickets
135Travel/Rides
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In Jax Beach area.
407-322-9364


120 Notices


ADOPTION
A childless, college
educated, successful
single woman wishes
to adopt newborn
baby. Will be raised in
a home filled with
LOVE, joy, warmth,
and lots of TLC. All
expenses paid. Call
Angela 1.800.403.1079
pin# 77


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4 central Indiana
require Valid License
able to drive stan-
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(Later) May ph 535-8690

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391-0030

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AMERICAN STYLE I
Uncontested
Divorce papers
Without kids (while you
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longer) Since 1981/by
appt only 641-2187






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Real Estate
For Sale
230-292 Georgia Counties
294 Femandina/
Amelia Island
296 Georgia Miscellaneous
300 Avondale/Ortega
302 Riverside
305 Southside
306 Intracoastal West
307 San Marco
310 Mandarin
315 Arlington
320 Westside
322Argyle
325 North Jacksonville
326 Springfield
327 Downtown
330 Beaches
332 Middleburg
334 Keystone Heights/
Melrose
335 Orange Park/
Clay County
338 Baker County
339 Putnam County
340 St John's County
342 St Augustine
344 St Augustine Beach
345 Nassau County
350 Waterfront
3S5 Condominiums
360 Out of Area/Town/
State
365 Manufactured Homes
370 Lots for Sale
375 Farms/Acreage
380 Investment Property
382 Retirement Comm.
For Sale
385 Miscellaneous
390 Real Estate Wanted

230 Georgia Real
SEstate

4, THE LAKES FSBO
Beautiful 3/2,
4 with bonus rooms
over garage,
1800sf, Quiet culdesac.
Must see. PCS $150,000
912-882-1290

246 Camdem Co.,
246 GA

4, FSBO- 1305 SF, 4br,
2ba, 2 car gar,
Screened carport,
porch, priv fence
Royal Wood Subdv
Kingland Ga $105,000
912-729-5343

252 Coffee Co.,
22 GA

SUGAR BROOK HORSE
RANCH 2 & 1/2 hrs to
Jax. Pastures, Stables,
Fabulous Home,
Track 9. 912-384-1465
www.kennethvlckersrealty.com

302 Riverside
A 3/1, fully renov. Move
in cond. Must See! 2330
Gilmore St. 904-287-7888
HISTORIC DIST. 3/2,
1550sf, completely
remod, Ig kit, fp. $14k
below mkt. 228-9075

305 Southside
100% Financing
Self Employed OK
Bankruptcy OK
Mark 904279-1600
2/1 block, great S'S loc.
deck, Irg cul de sac lot,
fin avail. 219-2919
4/3.5 Lux Home in Old
Mill Branch, Open
House Sat 1-4 pm$482k
Top List Realty 855-0999
East Hampton CB 2641sf,
4/3.5 on 1/3 ac culdesac
preserve lot, formal LR, DR,
Fai nn, fplc, scm pool
waterfalL Intercom
& sec. $393.900
904-860-4113/4114
FORECLOSURE! 3Bed,
Only $35,000! For listings
800-749-8124 XF201
FSBO 3/2, fpl, 1600+sf,
inground pool, $149,500.
904-731-1194/721-9006
HIDDEN HILLS CC- 4/2.5,
2.5gar, Water to Golf.
$389k. 904-998-3854


305 Southside
S'side 2/2.5 condo, riv-
erview dock clb hse,
pool $145K. 880-2201

306 Intracoastal
FSBO 4/2,2472sf, cpt/tile
Carrington PI. off Kernan,
$249,900. 904-220-5280
ITERCOASTrAL
4 WEST -Waterfront
tb Pelican Bay 3/3, tile,
deck, Fabulous
views, furn. Open House
Sat-Sun 12-5
$339,000 904-707-9571
WINDSOR PK FSBO,
remod, 15th hole, 4/2,
2200sf, $395k 759-6067

310 Mandarin
FORECLOSURE! 3Bed
Only $45,0001 Listings
800-749-8124 x1903
FSBO BRADY RD, 4BR,
2.5B, LR, FR. DR, fp Sun
R. 2100 sf, .5 ac, pool
w/ftn $329,900 268-2711
SPACIOUS 4/2 Pool,
Ramsgate 568-7159
2357sf. Open Sun 2-5

315 Arlington
Wow! 3br/2ba 1 car gar.
CAC $139.9k + $5 000
Repair Credit. 3550
Caroline Vale Blvd
877-477-1034
HOMES available for
below retail. If
pre-approved 766-4211
FSBO, Mt Pleasant Crk
HOA. 3/2, 2car gar,
1838sf, xtra Lg fen yd,
screened porch
w/jacuzzi & much
more. Priced to sell
QUICK 186,000. Pis
call 620.8501/477-3970
3/2.5 Newly Remod,
1260sf, 1832 Willowood
Dr. $115,900. 759-6837

320 Westside
1 OWNER FINANCING:
Lease to buy any home
on the mkt. Bad credit
ok. 888.389.0540 X 9020
3/2 w/Inlaw apt. Needs
TLC $69,900 3040
Imperial St 877-477-1043
A 4/2 RENT TO OWN
BRAND NEW INSIDE.
QUIET AREA NEAR NAS.
904-742-4582
BEAUTIFUL 3/1 w/lrg
Fam Rm, fenc'd yd, Ig
kit, Frnch drs, new
windows, CH&A, $89k.
Rod 904-994-0689
4 Beautiful Bent Creek
Home 4/2 2,420 sf,
904-317-0662 or
www.byowner.com/
62149 Onlyi year old
$223,90
FSBO 1700sf, 3/2,
S2 car garage, cor-
VLner lot, fenced yard
$119,900. Call
904-278 2951
NEWLY RENOV., big
home on 2 lots, 3 car
gar, exc for painters,
cabinet maker or day-
care. $98K904-716-3446
PAXON Newly Remod 3br
Irg cov. prch. Seller
may pay all closing
costs. $85k. 545-2448
POSSIBLE OWNER
FINANCING! 2/2 w/den.
David 904-207-9550
RENT TO OWN 3/1,
renovated new cpt,
tile, quiet n'hood,
approx $750mo. 993-7990

SPRINGTREE-
AFFORDABLE QUALITY
NEW HOMES
3BR/2BA 1649 SF.
From the $150's.
Ask about Special
Finance Programs.
786-9135
or
278-6005
HOMES BY TONEY
CRC-057161
TOWNHOME
SBeautiful 2br, 2ba, on
tLlake, fncd w/deck fplc,
s&c. lights. $85k.
904-778-1670
Very Nice 3/1 Home,
hrd wd firs, 10 mins
-It from NAS $106k
542-3672


322 Argyle
FSBO 4/2, kit equip Fpl,
fen yd. sprkl sys, 1580SF
388-4261 or 334-3530

325 North
325 Jacksonville
100% FinancIng
Self Employed OK
Bankruptcy OK
Mark 904-279-1600
100% FIN AVAIL $65,000,
3/1, Remod CH&A. 1528
Windle St. 424-9890
4/2 2100 sf, cust tile kit,
& DR, Fla rm w/new ac,
pnt, cpt,+ updated ba,1
lk to Trout Rvr, $126k
10305 Depaul Ave. 716-7766
A 4/2 HOME! Must Sell
Only $57,500! For listings
800-749.-8124 xF589


325 North
325 Jacksonville

A 5/3 FORECLOSURE!
Only $53k! For listings
call 800-749-8124 X1002
AWESOME HIGHLANDS
OWNER FINANCING-NO
BANK NEEDED. Great
3/2 Remodeled- Like
New- Keuka Dr. FREE
24 HR recorded message
CALL 1-888-453-9325
WESELUAXHOMES.COM
BRICK 3/2 Irg fam rm,
you pick cpt, help with
$/c-costs, 287-9255

20 Homes. Low doyn.
Bad crdt ok. 904.771-8000
LEASE OPT. PURCHASE
3/2.5, $2000dwn, $1058m
N. Laura St. on shallow
canalTrout river nr
Hecksher Dr. 219-3661
LEASE OPT. PURCHASE
3/1. $1000dwn, $725m.
W. 17th St. 219-3661
OWNER FINANCING
Investors & Rehabers
$18,000, $2000 down,
$215.16/m. 2111 Yulee St.
727-858-1523
SUNNY 3br, help with
$/ credit. 1581 29th st.
287-9255

330 Beaches,
A Full Service Brokerage
www.calithechief.com
877-346-7827
DON BROWN REALTY
270-1121 OR 571-7177
AMAZING VIEWS Sea-
scape 3/2, 58' priv bal-
cony on ocean, TOTAL
renovation, best loca-
tion, a must see, $645k,
610-3733 or 241-7013
A NEW PHASE STARTS SOON
JARDIN DE MER
BEACH BLVD. & 15TH ST.
Interest rate keep going up
let us help with financing
might be your last chance to
0h r.ltr. tacir
Bi 3r..j r.,:A Daim Ln:.r,],:,;

904 241 2270
Barefoot Trace Condo
Crescent Beach-Larger
unit great oceanfront
view. recently redeco.
ratea, new hurricane
shutters 2,'2. :,-r.rTa,
rri3 ad T.,).T, e. Rea ,lI
COc..c.n.wt04 962 0199
BY OWNER 3/,'2.5.
17505s. 29rs new. ip.
gar. 1365 5th St N Ig
.d. 602-370 1045
JAX BCH 1304 2nd Ave N
FSBO 1375 SF, 3/2 all up
dated, move in ready.
$329K Call 904,993-3950
JAX BCH- 5/3, lcgar,
blocks to beach.
inground pool, $435k.
904,'46-9937/616-6577
Open House Sun 2-5pm
OLD ALT BCH 3/1. 1041sf
Cottage. Lot 50'x100', 2
biks from ocean. 263
2nd St. between Ocean
Blvd & Eastcoast Dr.
$650K. Call 904,859-9153

OWNER FINANCING
NO BANK NEEDED
New-luxury Townhome
Jax Bch Walk to beach-
3 br 2.5 bath FREE 24 hr
recorded message. Call
1-888-453-9325 or visit
WESELUAXHOMES.COM

332 Middleburg
5BDRM/3BA 2436 sq ft,
1.14 ac, inground pool,
new roof, many extras.
$232,800 OBO
904-282- 0380;.
904-545-9470;
904- 545-9491
New 2005, 1500sf DWMH,
3/2 1.14 acre only $114K
891.1874 521.4426 eves

334 Keystone
Heights

'CUST. 3/2, 2215sf, many
amen., Irg kit, sky lights
lac, $219k. 352-473-6085


335 Orange Park/
33.5 Clay

A 4/2 FORECLOSURE.
Only $32,000! For listings
800-.749-8124 x8987
EAGLE HARBOR 5/4
Preserved lot, GR, gas
fpl.2453 Stoney Glen Dr.
$379,500. KW First Coast.
904- 707-8632
EAGLE HARBOR TwnH
3/2 cov. patio, fp, prsv
lot $157,900 904.545.2781
Fleming IsL 3/2, 1861sf,
Pool hm w/lots of upgds
$165k. 904-269-5836
FLEMING ISL 3600sf, 6/4
New. water $340k. Cell:
904-860- 5564/H:287- 6709
FSBO -O.P. CC, 8mo new,
on 1st tee & lagoon,
4-5br/3ba,'bonus rm,
$440k. appt only
207-0327
Pace Isl FSBO 4/3 2373sf,
Gated comm. $3000000.
By Appt: 904.465.7095
M40 St. Johns
SCounty

BRAND NEW HOME
-1590sf in Florentine
Subdiv. May list to buy.
$1200mo. 904-396-6447
FSBO 4/3 1.3wooded ac.
All brick, ingrnd pool,
2250sf, $325k. 614-0406
PALENCIA- Lake Front
Estate Lot, $530K OBO.
FSBO 904-445-8169
SJIGCC 4/3.5+Bonus, 3car,
Lded 50" Plasma & 65" TV
incl. $539,900.904-829 0498

345 Nassau
County

FSBO YULEE 3/2,LR, Den,
2130 sf, .6 acre, $229k
583-934s or 583-0568
NEW 3/2 In Hilliard
FSBO $125k
Call 904-813-9100

350 Waterfront
BRICK 6RM, Little
Po-rLsburg Crk Nav to
St John'5904-398-8029
Custom Brick On 11.5AC.
on o.3er Pnavig3ble to
5.J Ri.hr or, ayre ran,'._
norse prop, pono.
octached rar/rKshpg
Clay CO. 58K. 904.477.1736
DEEP WATER Off ICW.
.,'3 3150sf. gated com.
boats up to 50ft. lift,
pool01. hrdwd. granite.
14.500 223-5338
FSBO Isle Or Palms 3,2.
brk. deep aater. Ig scrn
* pool $539K Ph 502 8321

355 Condominiums
A GREAT BEACH BUY
JARDIN DE MER
SEE AD UNDER BEACHES
OR CALL 241-2270
COMING SOON
TO SOUTHSIDE
Condominiums In Great
Southside Location
One Bedrooms, from
$119,900, mthly pymts
from $685 (int only)
Two Bedrooms, from
$149,900. mthly pymts
from $855 (int only)
Three Bedrooms, from
$179,900, mthly pymts
from $1,025 (int. only)

Description:
Swimming Pool
Fitness Center
Business Center
Gated Entrance
Golf Course Views
Place your name on our
VIP List

1-866-608-5522
No units will be allowed
for sale or lease unless
accompanied with a
written offering circular.
LUXURY CONDO FOR
SALE br + den, luxury
amenities. Downtown.
$340k. 904-294-8412
SERENATA BCH 3/3,
2200sf, $1,150,000,
904-273-6398
Washington Properties


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Military Relocation Specialist
CDR NC USN(ret)

Direct Line (904) 2784176
randrade@watsonrealtycorp.com

If you're buying,
selling, or relocating,
lI I give me a call!


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Orange Park, FL 32003


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355 Condominiums
RIVER ACCESS -w/boat
dock 2/1.5 Twn Hm 5811
Atlantic Blvd. pool &
weight rm. $124,900
Call 285-9318 571-1111
S'SIDE -Golfview Manner
Just renovated. SR 13.
$96k. 904-268-4351
ST. AUG 3/2, end unit,
no stairs, near down-
town, EZ access US1/
95 & Vilano. Vista Cove
on lake, $225k cell.
845-656-9740
ST. AUG 3/2, End Unit
w/gar. Lakeview gated,
2pools,. spa, fit. ctr,
fishing pier, nat. trails,
RV & Boat strge. $245k.
904-813-1436/669-8482

6 Out of Area/
0W Town/State

PCS TO PENSACOLA?
Our Military Veterans are
Standing By to Serve You!
(850) 932-9388


36S Manufactured
303 Homes

1999 DW Mobile home,
3/2, in park, stove, d/w,
$18,000997-0618
2100 SQ.FT. NEW 5/3
On 1 Acre. Buy for only,
$500 down, $750mo.
Call 477-4225 or Email at
johnsaleswbellsouth.net
3/2, turn new apple's &
w/d, LR/DR area 19x21'
slldeout, 10' store. shed
14' store. trlr, new front
porch awning, back has
12' porch & awning,
ch/a, 14x70, $14,500 obo
693-0871 W'side, or
356-9084 N'side,
Call for appointment.

W kyj vat 1. 1 : 1*161 *
New/ Used. SW/ DW.
All appliances incld.


365 Manufactured Manuacture
3 HomesM 365 Homes


2/1 single $1200dwn.
Low monthly payments.
Call 249-9546

New 3/2 Dbl., w/d, deck,
10% down moves you
in! Slow credit OK.
Call Rebecca 246-7684
CALLAHAN AREA 2100f.,
4/2, $1000 down,
$650mo (904) 783-4619
DESTINY DREAM 98.
32x60. No credit /. 3/2,
apple, DW, xtras, patio,
shed. X cond. $3500 eq.
$394mo. 730-8606
FLAM. 93. 14x70 3/2, apple.
dryer, deck, shed.
$6800OExc cond. 730-8606
FLEETWOOD 92 14x80
2/2, appls, cent ac, 2
decks, awning, X cond.
$8900. 730-8606
FLEETWOOD Dbwd 3/2
appls, 2 decks, c. air,
X cond $5000. 730-8606
GREAT FOR HUNT CAMP
12X60 $1500 & 10X30
$900. U Move 720-0880
LAND HOME PACKAGES
In Duval, Clay, & Nassau
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Kleth 783- 8385
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3BR 2BA Doublewide On
1.5 Acres In Jacksonville
$980 Down $580 Month
Call Kleth 783-8385
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $595 Mo.
Save Thousands!
Call 291-2735
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide on 2
acres in Jacksonville.
$900 Down. $595 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL 291-3100
MANDARIN 3/2 on Irg
lot, $1500 down;
$695mo. 904-783-4619
.


Heritage Park is a 400 acre master
planned conservation community
designed with five neighborhoods of
different dwelling types. Careful and
thoughtful planning has preserved the
natural beauty of the environment
surrounding the neighborhoods of this
very desirable community.

Heritage Park is ideally located minutes
from historical St. Augustine and it's
charming restaurants and shops.

Living in this full amenity community
will be....


{ Lifestyle Within
Florida's Natural Beauty!




FEATURES -
L take Front & Conservation Lots
Tennis, Basketball & Volleyball Courts







www.heritageparkfl.us
East of 1-95 off S.R 16, left on Woodlawn Rd in St Agistin
904-429-0129 I


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Call 24 hours a day.7 days a week


MOBILE HOMES. 14
wides, 4 to choose
from. Stove/refrig, ac. U
move. $1850. 730.8606
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2,1525sf+ over 2 acres
of land. Won't last!
$650 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley 874 1862
or 291-3100




|;[-,. l ;[,h a lli':11 t .I .P]
And get pre- qualified
over the phone. Owner
Fin. 695- 2255
New 2005, 1500sf DWMH,
3/2 1.14 acre only $114K
891.1874 521.4426 eves
l "Jf'Vill,1 I .11r,4,9] I I [M1 116
M/H Like New & Move- In
Call 6952255, 3348846
PEACHTREE 99. Pvt lot,
28x60. No credit .. 3/2,
apps, FP carport/patio
w/awnings, landscpd.
$3500eq. $550mo pr
$13,500. Call 730.-8606


370 Lots for Sale
CANAL LOTS Putnam Co.,
access to St. Johns River.
Starting at $60,000.
904-626-6867

MAND. acre +/-. priv.
fncd, MH near river.
Ready to build. $135k.
904-866-2951
RESIDENTIAL LAND
Westside 2.4 Acres of
RMD-E land for sale.
Zoned for 20 units per
acre. Asking $235,000 OBO
904.472.1318

375 Farmst
375 Acreage

200+-ac Irwin Co Ga lake
Rt,,- ,i, ,Sa 224 J6 6 4, ,3
27 AC FOR DVLPT 3/8 mi
paved rd frontage. hi
dollar houses neardb. S
Maclenny 259.3372 or
904.509-0921

Crawford Co., GA
198 AC $1.795,'AC
Two PONDS. turkeys. Dig
Deer county. hard
uoods. planted pines,
will not divide.

404362-8244
St. Regis Paper Company, LLC

RURAL AVERAGE
FOR SALE
-Investment, Recre
action or Home site
Posslbilites
A Unique Oppty
for Rural Ownership
Income Potential
For More Info :
AFM Real Estate
Group
703-319-0311
www.afmrealestate.com


380 Investment
Properties

MONEY MAKER
DUPLEX SPRINGFIELD
ARV $200,000
$115,OOOFIRM
REHAB 80% COMPLETE
904.333.9814
u-bid@comcast.net
PRIVATE INVESTORS
We buy in any cond(will
pay cash)& sale homes
Partner is Realtor
904-708-7878


3 Real Estate


390 Real Estate
SWanted

ANGELO BUYS
HOUSES CASH!
Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
occupied. ANYWHERE,
ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/residential
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL III
Quick closings or
904626 1636
904813-5253

CASH WALK
AWAY TODAY
SELL YOUR HOUSE AS
IS FAIR PRICE. FREE
24 HR RECORDED MSG
Call 247-3995 or Visit
webuyjaxhomes4cash.com

IBUY HOUSE *
ANY CONDmON

234 -5076

MOVING? DO YOU NEED
2 SELL? No equity.
703-5066 or 778-4330







Real Estate
for Bent
400 Apartments
Furnished
405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
Resorts
445 Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management/Rental
Services
455 Wanted to Rent


400 Apartments
Furnished

**STUDIOS**
Starting at $489.-
904-642-8967

FURNISHED STUDIOS
Starting at $524mo.
Call 642-6406
N JAX-Ktchntts until, cable
No pets $180wk + Dep.
On Bus. Line 764-0640

405I Apartments
Unfurnished

$199
MoveIn
li^i 3BR Avail




$99.00 DEPOSIT SPECIAL!
Efficiency, 1&2BR with
approval. lstry,WD Conn.
Randall Court 731- 0213
Across from Regency
mall. 1,2,3 BR's Apart-
ments Available.
888-836-3613
AMELIA ISLAND 2/1 apt,
Oceanview, Irg deck,
avail 6/1 $1100 mo
904-261-8676

Avondale lbr hdwd firs,
ch&a, 700sf, no pets
$550mo. 904-388-6686


405 Apartments
Unfurnished

Arlington area
ANSLEY OAKS
APARTMENTS
Near JU, 2BR/1.SBA,
large 2 story, central
heat/ air, W/D hkups,
fully equip kit, mini
blinds. $565mo until .
not included). $500
security dep. Appli-
cation &credit check
required. Clean &
Quiet Community.
all 724- 7800 ext 2471

AVONDALE HI RISE
RIVERFRONT
Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd.
Balcony, Heat/AC Paid!
384-6151 Mon-Sat
BEAUTIFUL
WESTSIDE
COMMUNITY!
OnienngSpaciousAeAr '
112BR'5 & 2 PoolsI k
STARTING AT $48
Clo5e to hoppin .'
FCC & Downto v
CALL NOW
(904) 387-2933
CF & NAS 2BR Dup Scmnd
Deck. Fen Yard, Pet OK!
Ref Req. $595 778-2897
N'SIDE Near Lem Turner
& Ida St. Clean 1/1 hse
$425m+$300dp. 744-1570
NORTHSIDE
Large 1.2 & 3 Bedrooms.
$99 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!!
No application fee.
CALL (904) 751-1510
OP-Oakleaf Plantalon
2/2 New TH, gar, $1275m,
1st mo free, 904-994-5006

ORANGE PARK
FREE RENT #
EXTRA LRG TOWNHM
2BR/1.5BA, 3BR/2BA,
AND 1BR FLATS.
All apts. have washer
& dryer connections &
fireplaces. BR's are a
spacious 14x12 w/ Irg
closets. Convenient to
NAS & 1-295. Walk to
OP Mall. Sparkling
pools & Clubhouse.
BLUFF HOUSE APT.
orange roperties.com

PVB 3/2.5TH, new crpt,
tile & paint, scr. patio.
$1200+dp. 315.727-8084
or 904-543-9626
RIVERSIDE/5 Points $700
ch&a, Ig 2br hdwd, strg,
pvt yd. cbl/dsh 230-2880
RIVERSIDE 2/1 ch&a, wd
hkup, $600mo $600 dep.
no pets. 904-327-6985
R'SIDE 2345 Gilmore, 2br
upper, ch/a, w/d hu, LR,
DR $535m+dp. No Hud.
396-7874 or 403-9316
R'SIDE-Charming 2/2Dup
hdwd firs. w/d hu,
$700m+. 904-387-2967
R'SIDE-Cute lbr Gar. Apt
hdwd firs, w/d hu,
$550m+. 904-387-2967
R'slde Lrg 1, 2 & 3br's
remodeled ch&a $575-
$900. nego. 561-302-6200
SOUTHSIDE 1/1, new
cpt, $375 + $150
786-3939

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410 Condominiums
9A/GATE 3/2, all
amenities. w/d. eleva-
tors, $1150 904-704-8169
BAYMEADOWS -L4. 3/2, flat,
dwnstrs, on lake, avail 4/1
$107Smo. 904-268-4351
BCHS 2/2, all amen. scr.
prch $1125m. gar.
option $75. 904.613-2569
SBrand New Flern Isl
Plantation Condo
1812 sqft 3/2.5 w/
ogar for lease/rent
Gated Comm. "A" rated
schools, golf pools, ten-
nis, volleyball, 11 mi from
NAS Jax $1,250
904-803-4287 or
9U4-269-1239
Fleming Isl Plant, New
3/2.5, 1468sf, gar., w/d.
$1100m. 904.272.0995
FLEM ISL -NEW TWNHS
1468sf. 3/2.5/gar, $1050
287-9435 868-4577
HARBOR TOWN at
Miravista. New 3/3, gar,
facing Intercoastal.
$2500m. Also 50' Slip avi.
Both for long term lease.
904-285,3353/613-8040
ICW Lakeview new 2/2.5
ated, club hse, pool,
1100mo. 904.377.9117

Jardin Demer
Close to Beach, shops,
transportation.
2BR/2bA. Fully
equipped kitchen, W/D,
and garage. *1100/mo
$1100/sec deposit.
9044617020

4 Jax Bch- 3/2 Brand
New Condo 1600sf
washer/dryer, fully
equip. fpl, 1 car gar
410-991-0817
JAX BCH Oceanfront lux
condo, 4/3.5. 2800 sf,
pool gar, x-stor., Price
nego, 904-280-2007
Jax Beach 3/2 Brand
New condo 1600 sf
S washer/dryer fully
equipped fpl 1 car
garage (410) 991-0817
NORITAKE CHINA
J vyne pattern, service
t|i for 4, plus 10 serving
pieces and extras, 41
piece total $60.
904-781- 7076.
OCEANFRONT -Upscale
Condo, Awesome views,
3/2, updtd kit. Near JTB,
904- 242-0411
ORTEGA $795MO
Immaculate 2/1 w/d,
hw firs, new kitchen,
pool, cat ok, 553-4284
ORTEGA 2/2.5 TH, 1690SF,
on the river, priv dock,
$1225mo. Cal I 655-5893
PVB/Grand Cay Villas
Quiet 1/1, Steps away
from TPC, 3rd fir, gtd
comm, main's from bch,
w/d, $925 904-534 7802
PVB -Belleza, all new 2/2
delux condo, resort
amenities $1165 285-0083

CmHOMES OF
SAN MARCO
2 BEDROOM / BATH
UNITS 900 S. FT.
RECENTLY UPGRADED!
UNITS SURROUND
A NICE LANDSCAPED
COURTYARD WITH POOL!
WATER INCL IN LEASE!
$650 & UP A MONTH
SECTION 8 APPROVED.
(904) 730-8060
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP

SOUTHSIDE 9A/
Baymeadows, brand
S new townhome,
3br/2.ba, 1 car
garage, gated community +
amenities, lake view,
available late April, $1600
negotiable. (904) 645-6570
THE PALMS at Marsh
Landing. Beautiful like
new 2/2, w/d, pool, tile
fitn, $1195m 904. 993 583
W'SIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Near Riverside, $985m
boat dockage, 757-0775
Wslde Brand New 3/2
condo gated pool, no
smk/pets $895. 540.3768

415 C Houses
415 ]Furnished

Flem Isind-Great 3/2
SRanch home Ig fenced
yd w/pool new appi
CHA W/Dr $1350
month $1350 Dep. Pets Neg
Avail now. Must see con-
tact 559-924-2263 or
(904) 759-9662 Alex PCS
W'SIDE Small efficiency,
until. furn. $450m+
$200sec. 904-338-1845

420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

$900/mo SECTION 8
WELCOME Remodeled
4/2 Cent A/C Lgyd 3436
Soutel Dr 877- 477-1043
1 OWNER FINANCING:
Lease to buy any home
on the mkt. Bad credit
ok 888.389.0540 9010
3/2 Lakefront, modern,
many amenities $1000.
9040964l4005. Stark FL.
ARGYLE 8121 Boones-
borough Trail, 3/2, Fpl,
$925mo $925dp 777-0691
781-2896
Argyle Forest 9078
Bridgecreek Dr 4/2 all
brick, backs up to lake,


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4 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ARL 3/2. 1564 Aletha Dr.
$850 m+$800 dep
Call 800-322-1324
ASHTON/FLEM ISL $1450
3/2 LR, DR. eat-in- kit.
covered patio, ceiling
fan, intercom sys, sec
sys gar, fen back yd
appli & WD. 215-0294
SATLANTIC BCH 3/2,
Berber, tile, fenced
yard, garage, W/D
hookup, NO PETS.
$895. Call 221-5652 to
view PCSing.
ATL B CH 3/2, Berber,
tile, fenced yd, gar,
I w/d hu's. No pets,
$895 Call 221-5652 to
view DCSing
CF & HAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Reft Req 778- 2897
EAGLE HARBOR/OP
3/2 TH, FL rm. fpl,
garden tub, $1200m.
Owner/Agent 449-6143

EAGLE HARBOR
1705 Eagle Watch Dr
5 BDR, 4 BA. 2804 Sq Ft.
$1850 mth, No Pets.
(904)262-0903

FERN. BCH Quiet 2/1
Duplex's. Upstr $925,
Dwn $775m. Ref's. no
pets. 904-556-9356
4 FORT CAROLINE
4 4/3, 2600 sf,
1i1executive, river
view, cul de sac,
avail 6/1, $2000/mo PCS
move 904-803-1477
GREENCOVE/Black Creek
Waterfront 3/2, 2car
gar, boat house & dock.
1600m. 904-616-3907
4 Hibernia Plantation
on The StL John's
River 4br, 2.5ba. Pool
Home. Great Schools,
Avail Jul. '05. $1900
904-284-1249


420 zHouses
4 0 Unfurnished

HOUSES from
$500-$1,500 per month.
Grt Rentals. 904-425-6978
ICW/Hunters Ridge 3/2
w/sunroom. 1800+/- sf.
$1,350/mo inci lawn car.
DON BROWN REALTY
270-1121 or 571-7177
ICW Kensington Gar-
dens. close to NAV STA
3/2, 2car gar, $1200mo.
904,737-2455
ICW OFF KERNAN
3/2,.1815 sf, on preserve
$1300/mo 537.0437
JAX BCH O'front 3/2.5,
3110 Ocean Dr So.,
$2200 mo 904-273- 6398
Washington Properties
JAX BCH S. 3/2 Remod,
ch/a. Irg fncd yd.carport,
$1300m. 904-477-5870
JAX BEACH
New-Luxury Townhome
$1595 mo 1 888-453- 9325
WESEILJAXHOMES.COM
JAX GOLF & CC Like New
Pristine 4/3, 2530sf, fncd
bck w/lagoon & scr lanai
Lwn Svc IncL AvI May 1st
$2600mo. 904-859-9100
JCP 5/4 w/scrn pool. shrt
term lease. $2200mo.
534.5068 or 215-3913
JUL. CRK PL.- 3/2 TH,
Brand new, upgrades,
$1100mo. Call 230-1195

IJULINGTON CREEK
PLANTATION Brand
new 4br, 2250sf,
cuidesac, $1595 amen
,incl 7mo min 333-7231

Laurel Landing
3BR/2BTH 1800 Sq ft
4I Home. New Corian
Kitchen countertops. 2
Car garage, many extras.
Owner under PCS orders.
ph 576-2789
LEASE OPT. PURCHASE
3/1, $1000dwn, $725m.
W. 17th St. 219-3661


ARGYLE MAYPORT
7782 Macdougall Dr. 2125 Fairway Villas
3/2 1425SF $950 3/2 912SF $775


9594 Croxley Court
4/2 1745SF $1125

7819 Loch Lomond
3/2 1781SF $995

8202 Loch Seaforth
3/2 1100SF $795

9255 Whisper Glen
4/2 1745SF $1050

7358 Sweet Pea TrI
3/2 1200SF $850

7917 Collins Bay Ct
4/2 1716SF $995


NORTHSIDE
332 West 26th St.
2/1 915SF $550

3440 Brahama Bull
Circle North
4/2 1747SF $1050

OAKLEAF
PLANTATION
3128 Litchfield Drive
3/2 1312SF $1195
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!

1539 Cotton Clover
4/2 1828SF $1195


ARUNGTON
11631 Tananger Drive ORANGE PARK
3/2.5 1440SF $850 1442 Conestoga Ct.
3/2 1516SF $875
ICW
13198 Ebbtide Court 2757 Secret Harbor
3/2 1940SF $1125 3/2 14494SF $945

12615 Stockwood Ln 2716 Secret Harbor
3/2 $875 3/2 1268SF $915
PATIO HOME!


12326 Dunwoody Dr
4/2 1820SF $950

3465 Charmont Drive
3/2 1790SF $995

MANDARIN
4443 Windergate Dr.
2/2.5 1280SF $750

MIDDLEBURG
2903 Biloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $925

3840 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 1356SF $925

3844 Hideaway Ln
4/2 1745SF $1050
$100 HOME DEPOT
GIFT CARD!

1624 Twin Oaks
3/2 1272SF $725

2528 Ambrosia
3/2 1211SF $850

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

1290 Highfield
3/2 1725SF $1300
FENCED YARD!

1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $885


1965 Oak Twist
3/2.5 1516SF $865


WESTSIDE
593 Radnor Lane
3/2 1296SF $875

8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925

4471 Loveland Pass
Drive West
3/2 1374SF $1050

8018 Loveland
Pass South
3/2 1569SF $1050
$500 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!

9231 Whisper Glen
Drive North
3/2 1447SF $975

9255 Whisper Glen
Drive North
4/2 1450SF $995

7726 Arancio Drive
3/2 1200SF $895

9295 Whisper Glen
3/2 1268SF $1025

4488 Loveland
Pass Drive
3/2 1510SF $1050
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!


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420 ,Houses
420 Unfurnished

LEASE OPT. PURCHASE
3/2.5, $2000dwn, $1058m
N. Laura St. on shallow
canal,Trout river nr
Hecksher Dr. 219-3661
MARSH VIEWS/N'SIDE 3/2.5
+Loft, 2000sf, fpl, deck,
$1350m. 904o472-1082

MIDDLEBURG
Very nice home!
Located in Ridaught
Landing in M'Burg.
2903 Bloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $925
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

MURRAY HILL 3/1, 1500
sf. fenc'd yd, pets ok
$1000 mo 904-548-7636
NEAR DOWNTOWN -3/1,
like new, CH&A, $700.
Call 744-8118
SNORTHSIDE /
NORTH CREEK 4/2
2 car gar. 2100SF,
private lot,
screened porch
$1400mo. Cal
904-509-8795 flex
terms, avail June

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOME
2870 Centerwood Dr N
3/2 1540SF $985
$300 OFF
1ST MONTHS RENT!
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

NORTHSIDE MARSHVIEW,
3/1, CH&A, $750mo
RentSource Jax 981-9191
N'SIDE 4/2, 2000 sf,
brand new wood
x| .floors, tile, comm
pool. avail 5/15;
904803 1477 PCS move
N'SIDE Nice Cute & Clean
3/1, Ig fncd yd safe area
$850mo. Call 626-0956.
4, N'side North Creek
4/2 2 c. garage,
2100sf, private lot,
screened porch,
$1400. mo. call
904.509.8795
Flex terms, Avail. June
Oakleaf Plantation OP
4/2 1750 sf, new con-
struction, amenities,
Call 535-2349.
Oakleaf Townhome,
3BR,2.5Bth,1/Gar. $1100.
Will consider short
term. Call 509-2878
OP /Flem Isl 4/2 frpl, 2c
gar, avail 4/15 $1475.
240.832.8008
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2, new,
w/d & refrig, avail,
$1250-$1295 264-1425
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT
New 3/2 w/Den. W/D,
$1300m. 904-278-7597
SOP Oakleaf Planta-
Stion, new 3/2.5 town-
V house w/gar, 1650sf,
pool club amenities
$500 off 1st mo $1175mo.
215-996-0883(c)
215-740-5811.
WATER FRONT RENTAL
Fleming Island 3/2.5
home w/2.416sf. Florida
Rm overlooking water
& large dock w/access
to St. Johns River. Apex
Realty Services, Brian
Corcoran 449.4741
ORANGE PK lux TH in
Chatham Woods nr NAS
Jax, OP Mall & more.
3/2.5, 1729sf, gar, huge
master suite, be the 1st
to live in this brand
new hm. $1400mo.
Avail now. 904- 370- 0426
ORTEGA Waterfront, 3/2,
gated, gym, pool, $1500
mo 904-534-1327
PALENCIA New 4/3 w/ofc
& Guest Ste on crnr lot.
$2500m w/$3000sec. dp
904-829-6885/477-1118
Riverfront Boat dock,
3/2. deck, 2200sf, w/d &
fridge. $1675m 343-1818
S'SIDE-3/2 nr UNF & Twn
Ctr. 2c.gar. Avail 5/1. Call
685-2119 $1275/mo+dp.
S JAX BEACH OCEAN CAY
4/3 2400 sf, wd firs, on
lake $2500. 613-5179
SOUTH HAMPTON 5/3 +
game room, brand new,
in prestigious golf
comm in St. John Co.
$2200mo 904-415-1999
S'SIDE 3/1, 1300sf homes,
in culdesac by river,
$885. $1250 310-938-3654
S'side Beautiful Exec 4/3
3c gar. great amenities
$1800/mo. 407-435-3527
S'SIDE GROVE PARK
BRICK BEAUTY -
w/pool, 4/2, $1500mo +
dep, no pets, 993-8877
ST. JOHNS CO/HERITAGE
LANDING- NEW 3030sf 5/3
$1,995mo 904,220- 6395
Switzerland-2600SF 3/2,
pool, St Johns schools,
culdesac,a gem.
$2500mo. F/L/S
904-233-1396.
TINSELTOWN 2/1 cute
bik home recent renov,
ch/a. $730m Imo dp
262-1892 OR 705-4171.


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

WESTSIDE 2/2.5 TH.
$750/mo. $750 dep
699-3285

Westside
BRAND
NEW HOMES
Lauren Oaks Subdivision
3 and 4 Bedroom
Models to Choose From
$925 and Up
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

WESTSIDE Marietta 3/1
w/den, $800mo.
607-5917, 571-9003
WESTSIDE Remod. 3/2,
cpt AC fncd, $895mo.
Calf 287-1756
WS/lO3rd 3/LS new ch/a
No Smk/pets/HUD. Scr.
patio, $875m 777-5955
ws BEAUTIFUL 3/1 w/lrg
Fam Rm, fenc'd yd, Ig
kit. Frnch drs new
windows, CH&A, $690m.
Rod 904-994-0689
W'SIDE/OP- 3/2, 1 cgar,
fncd yd, new home. off
Collins Rd. 904e783-2817
W'SIDE 3/2 near NAS
scrn patio, 1 car gar,
lawn svc. $950 mo +dp
904,294-5200
W'SIDE Brand new 3/2,
1700sf, on lake. W/D,
Comm. pool. $1450m.
+1st & Sec. 818-633-8678
YULEE 4/3 Timber Creek
New 3000sf, scrn porch
$1395mo. 860.5564

425 Manufactured
Homes

NR 11th & Soutel. Car
ort/ no pets $380 d.
$380 + elec mo. 704-6493
WESTSIDE 1012 Wood-
stock, 2/1 MH,1/2 acre,
$500mo. 744-8118
W'SIDE 2/1, front kit, scr
porch, fncd prlv lot,
w/d & yd incl shed,
$550 + 695-9638 or
635-2400
W'SIDE 2/2 W/D, cov
porch, priv lot water,
gar, yard incid. Great
I oc no pets $650 +
695-9638 or 635-2400

430 Roommates

SS BLOCKS FROM JU
3br/2ba, inground
Lpools, garage &
carport, fireplace,
central air/heat, utili-
ties split 1/3. Contact
Robert Meggs
904-234-3652
ARGYLE Fern. seeks N/S
to share hse & full hse
access. 954-559-2589
AtL Blvd/Keman-Share
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
incl. Wery gd area. N/S
only $140wk 904-838-8054
KINGSLAND Share 3/2
House. Close to Base
$350m. util. Incl. Hot
tub. Pool tbl. 510-0559
MANDARIN Nice condo
to share w/ mature
fern. Bedroom has priv
ba. Has w/d. $450mo
incids utils. 982-4539
Orange Park Share
S large 2 Story house
|Jnear Blanding and
Knight Boxx. Cable &
Phone included $325 +
utilities also near Cecil
Field Westside & Middle-
burg Share home on 11/2
acres-cozy same price
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
Cbl, ph, w/d. all util incl.
$100wk+sec. dp 388-3075
WS. WF seeks day work
ing Male. 4/2Hm. Pool,
no smk/drinkers. $400m
incl until. 904T777-5955

435s Rooms
435 to Rent

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

N JAX-Ktchntts until, cable
No pets $180wk + Dep.
On Bus. Line 764-0640
.. Room In private home
$400 mo + util. North-
I side, cable, wash,
pond in backyard. Call
232-2640 ext 120
SOUTHSIDE great area,
cable, w/d, utils incl.
$360mo. 425-8074
Beach/

440 Vacation/
Resorts
4/2 Renovated Beach
House For Rent, Walk to
Fletcher. 247-7722


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

Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
REGENCY/WHSE -
2400sf. Util. included
904-721.-7196
REGENCY AREA -
New Ofc/Wrhse, 1500SF-
Call 813-6242

507 Businesses
5 For Sale

Investor seeks high vol.
store in Jax 407- 299-1036





Sits Avael I Fowl ,1 4
Monthly Gross $100k+,
St. Aug. 904-860-5600

1EW Office Space
i For Rent

Arg'yle Executive Suites
3 available, 575 sq ft
to 700 sq ft. Conference
room and breakroom
included. Call 608-8766
BAYMEADOWS Exec.
Suites Avail Now! CIas-
A. W 3trvies. Firn, .ed
S5,)(, S1250 904.7 30-8111
NEWIi S r3n nes
.:.t'ilC sp3ce- Near 5-n
ln*,l In -_ rnell. parking.
pnor.eo. 1300.S $1650m
Sarin 35 ETrJS 60
OFFICE WAREHOUSE
$299.00 "
MOVE IN SPECIAL "
731-8070 241-2000






Financial
550 Business
Opporiunitres
56 Distributorsnips/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
566 Money to Lend
or ororrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold


CC0 Business
0 Opportunities

ACTIVE INVESTORS i n
furniture business
wanted 280-0017
Liquor ULicense, 4COP; Duval
County, ",0000
Call (904) 6114-6917
NEW CONV STORE
FOR SALE $19K *n
oibo CCl 710 3184
PARTY SUPPLY STORE
S22.000 & assume lea se
904 264 950 213 4244
PIZZA SHOP Must Seil'
6e [ reason a.le ? owner
Ben K-ernan 934 294 5S01


Medical Assistant

opportunities will

have the biggest

growth, according

to the U.S.

Department

of Labor.


550 Business
S Opportunities


Small Snack & Soda
Vending Business. Four
established accounts +
1 extra soda & 5 snack
machines (Dundas
VM250 & VM150) Five
dollar bill changers.
Hal Hilton 904.534. 948

565 Money to Lend
or Borrow


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


605 Schools


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class April18
8 Week Eve Class May 18
For more information
visit our website
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555


700 Domestic

HOUSEKEEPER/CAREGIVER
Baymeadows area.
Honest, Dependable,
Good Refs. 642-9003


705 Financial
COLLECTORS Experi-
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WRECKER DRIVERS
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YARD HOSTLER
$13.50/hr. Local,
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710 Industrial/
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AC -DUCT INSTALLERS
exp ONLY Top pay
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co. matched 401k.
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AC DUCT INSTALLERS &
WARRANTY TECH -
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We need exp'd service
techs and installers-
top pay with benefits.
Call 783-4144
AIRCRAFT Painters &
Helpers, Stock clerk.
Bilingual, computer
exp. F/T shift work.
Call Angela 741- 6012

APPLICATIONS
.to the Jacksonville
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Joint Apprenticeship
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.
AQUARIUM
MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN
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good standing drivers
lcence and be able to
do some heavy lifting.
Salt water aquarium
hobbyist preferred, full-
time. Call 904-242-0332.
ASPHALT COMPANY
Needs Class A or B Driv-
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Sunbeam Auto Body
seeks exp'd, quality
oriented Technician.
Plenty of work. Comp.
wages w/bnfts. See Jim
Vannatter at 5200
Sunbeam Rd., 880-6660 ,
CABINET INSTALLATION
FT exp'd Installer with
refs, all new constr.
Call Ray at Premier.'
Windows & Cabinets,
904-262-2525 ext. 28
CARPENTER /HELPER-
Beaches Area. Call
813-3009
CARPENTER
Handy person for
property maintenance.
honest, good references.
(904) 642-9003
LOCAL BUILDING
CONTRACTOR in need of
Carpenters, Apt. Maint,
Tech Tub, Counter Top -
& Cabinet Refinishers,
Call Dan 904.343.9872 or




Now hiring exp'd Inte-
riorTrim Carpenters.
Hourly w/nfits and pd
holidays. Must have own
toolstransportation
759-9714; 284-3753

CARPENTERS & HELPERS
Lead carpenter/Framers
for Custom Homes.
Easy going Cc.. DL.
Trans. tools req. Paid
vac & Holidays. 707 4648

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS Framers &
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Great Pay! Must have
tools & transportation,
Call 904-237-9273
CARPENTERS- interior
trim needed exp prefd.
tools & transpt
required. Hrly pay
based on exp. Call Jeff
904-509-1449
ELEC. /&HELPERS
local verifiable exp. I
Full benefits avail. I
Apply at Thompson I
Elec. 108 E. 27th St. I
353-1500I

ELECTRICIAN & HELPER
Exp'd. Some O/T, great
pay, bnfts, long term
employment. Tools &
transp req'd 249-3112
*** FIELD TECHS/
CDL DRIVERS/LABORERS
Environmental company
Entry Level Positions,
Benefits & OT available
350-0006
GARAGE DOOR Installer-
Exp'd with valid DL.
Fax resume or info to
904- 394-3942
GRANITE/ STONE
FABRICATOR INSTALLER
Exp a plus 737-6656
GUTTER HANGER &
HELPER exp'd, Dr. Lic.
req'd. Call 759.-3777
HVY EQPT- operator
small growing site,
prep co, looking for
talent to grow with Jax
area 904-350-0502
INSULATORS, Navy Work
Journeymen Appren-
tices-lmmed. open-
ings avail w/Top pay,
will train. EOE/Drug
Free Wprkplace 249-2428
MAINTENANCE F/T
Evp'd for- W'side manu
,acturea home cornm
munitv General repairs
& ground ma.nt Must
have CPO Drug Free
en.ir Fas res 264 2501
or c311 264 7836
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
For ielf sorage Un-oque
opportunity only non
srr.,.ker need apoly "
Responslli55les to
include gc-neria buillO -
ing manp and repairs .
as .sell as lands,: 3o.ng
.at silI. Estimate '
20.0hr per week The-
position includes Ibr
spacious apt w/3l.
appli3nce and utilities
Fai or ema3l resume
904 276 4002

MASON -CONCRETE .
PUNCH OUT
FT B.lnehlls good driv.
ing record, co truck.

MASONRY SUBCON-
TRACTORS For local
work. 407-402.2753
PAINT CONTRACTING
CREWS Exp'd, needed ,.
immediately. Plenty of.
work with long term -
commitment. Must
have ins, worker's" ,
comp. exempt. Call
Vanguard Vinyl Coat-
ings 904-282-3431 or
visit LiquidVinyl.com
PAINTERS- with expe-
rience Own tools &-
trans. Call 545-7041
PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must. Call838- 3827 or
Ofc. 264-7086
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For new construction
Crockett Plumbing.
904- 387. 0176 DFWP.


PLUMBERS & HELPERS
NEEDED -E)xp pref.
DFWP. Call 731-2478
PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT
for Premier Custom
Home Builder. 5 yrs
construction experi-
ence a must, custom
home building exp pref.
Competitive salary,
401K, paid hith Ins. Fax
resume to 646-4739
attn. Kellie
EXP'D ROOFERS NEEDED
Call 721-ROOF
(904-721-7663)
ROOFING & GUTTER
ESTIMATES w/exp.
also Exp'd drivers with
class COr D License.
904-838-5559
SATELLITE INSTALLERS
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nec. Stable nationwide
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STUCCO FIELD SUPERVISOR -
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needed to mange sev-
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Open positions are located
under "A Great Place to Work."
Select "Search for Opportuni-
ties," followed by "AWD Jobs."

Allstate Workplace Division
1776 American
Heritage Life Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32224
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720 Medical
OBGYN BILLER w/exp
CPC & Mysis exp.prefd.
Fax resume 904493 2222
PEDIATRIC NP/PA
in Palatka- No hospital
calls. Excellent pay.
Call 386-328-5437



To provide medical
oversight of psychiatric
patients at inpatient
crisis stabilization
facilities. FT Days and
on- call responsibilities.
For more info,
please call 743-1883.


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900 Uilersity Not,





Medical Practice seeks
PA. Excellent benefits +
above avg salary.
Pleasant working
environment.
To find out more about
this opportunity please
call (904)398-1143

Rehab
Life
Care
Center'
of Jacksonville

Come be a part of
a Rehab team
that makes a
difference!
Privately held provider
of skilled nursing with
over 260 facilities in 28
states. Our newly
established and grow-
ing outpatient depart-
ment has the following
opportunities:
Physical Therapists/
Physical Therapy
Assistants/PRN
All positions
Full time, day shifts,
flexible scheduling
Call today to find out
more about our com-
petitive salary/benefit
packages. For consid-
eration, please submit
resume to:
davidhardwick@lcca.com
or phone
Life Care Center of
Jacksonville
Phone: 904-332-4546
Fax: 904-332-4548
Attn: Jill Byars. RSM
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace
RN OR PA -PT to do laser
hair removal. Will train,
exc pay. Fax resume to
273-0410 or call Loree
at 273-2717
SCHOOL RN's & LP's
P/T Per Diem Shifts
Now available in the
Jacksonville area. Call
Supplemental Healthcare
1- 86& 816- 6337 or fax
resume to: 866-364-7888
Transportation
wheelchair, only
I weighs 18 lbs folds
like lawn chair Excel-
lent condition, $ 50.00
(904) 781-7076

723 Dental

C & B TECHNICIANS
for Growing Dental Lab ,
6 12 months exp.
looking for advance-
ment. Apply Within:
2131 Art Museum Drive,
Jacksonville FL 32207
DENTAL/ORTHO ASSIS-
TANT- Busy growing
Orthodontic practice In
Jacksonville area seeks
an exp assistant to join
our freindly staff. Ortho
exp preferred. Excel-
lent salary + benefits
package. Fax resumes
(904)725-6986
DENTAL ASST- entry
level in premier prac-
tice EDA required
Call 350-1684
FRONT DESK- Happy.
positive personality
Must have dental exp.
EDA preferred.
Call 350- 1685
RECEPTIONIST &
DENTAL ASST
Oral Surgery ofc. Com-
p etitive Salary & Bnfts
Fax res. 904-2968887

725 Office/
Clerical

DISPATCHING Answer-
ing phones. Orange Pk
area. F/T. M-F Com-
puter literate $8/hr Fax
resume to 904.637-0137
GENERAL OFFICE WORK
P/T typing, filing etc.
Mon- Thurs -8-1. $10
per hour. No Benefits.
location: Yellow Bluff
Rd. N'side. Accepting
Faxed resumes only.
(904)751-3315 Vonnie.
RECEPTIONISTS WANTED
for fast growing title
company. Fax resume
to 744-8152
RECEPT/DESIGNER
TRAINEE- for new
design studio Ener-
getic, outgoing, able to
work with public. Sal-
ary commensurate with
exp. Call Linda
713-8484
RECEPTIONIST/
ACCTG ASSISTANT
Exc data entry a must,
10 key, Word and Excel.
Orange Park. DFWP. Fax
resume 278-0366
OMMOEMEMMMM U


725 Office/
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law firm exp., type 65+
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735 Restaurants/
735A Hotels

Bartender &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033

BARTENDER- WAIT-
STAFF-DOOR PERSON-
CLEANING PERSON with
exp. Southside
Gentleman's club-
724-3837 or 962-0364

DANCERS DANCERS
Jacksonville's Biggest
Gentleman's Cluo
Day/Night Available
GOLD CLUB
6455500
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will tramin-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
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7 Restaurants/
735 Hotels

Experienced
Bartenders and Waitstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645 5500

-PIZZA MAKER EXP.
*SANDWICH MAKER.
-PREP / DISH WASHER
-COUNTER
2 locations in Orange Pk.
FT/PT avail. Call to apply
904-525-5665

GATORS DOCKSIDE
Is now hiring experi-
enced Cooks, Servers,
Bartenders & Hostess.
dishwashers.
Apply in person
103rd St. & Baymeadows
Orange Park
6107 youngenan Cir.
I aU 777-6100
82 Dix Ellis Tr.
OIN9 JAX ATl=rt
10885 Hats Rd
757-8600
Now Accepting
Applications
For Experienced:
SMaintenance
SHousekeeping
Waitresses, Bartenders.
Call 399-1110

740 Retail

RETAIL HELP- wanted
great hours, sat a must.
Retail/medical atmo-
sphere. Fax resume or
letter of intent to
904-269-1105

745 Sales
AUTO SALES
Arlington Auto Sales
Exp'd only. 5 day work
week. Great pay. Large
inventory. 838-2775

Busy W'side Furn. store.
Experience preferred.
Apply M-F 10:30-Spm
6569 103rd St.
SALES- in Jacksonville,
Exp reqd. Good pay
benefits. Incentives,
bonus 877-445-7341

For IndustryLeaoer.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
Call Keith 783-8385

747 Telemarketing


Needed to call outbound
& our existing data-
base. Top pa. comm &
benefits 783-4144
TELEMARKETING JOBS
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7 0 Technical/
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LAND SURVEYING


750 ETechnical/
SEngineering

SURVEYORS
Hiring all field posi-
tions. Ghiotto &Assoc.
886-0071, fax 886-7174
EOE, DFWP

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752 Warehouse
FORKLIFT OPERATORS
Experienced, for the
NAVY EXCHANGE
DISTRIBUTION CENTER
Temporary, Full Time,
maylead to permanent
Full time $9.47/hr
Call 777-7180 prior to
applying at Nexcom
Personnel, Bldg 554,
NAS JAX EEO

PARTS WAREHOUSE-
shipping & receiving,
forklft exp is a neces-
sity. Exc benefit pkg.
Call Ron Kaley 786-6710
or apply at 110 Halsema
Road South


753 Security
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Security Officers FT&PT,
SUPERVISORS, FLEX
OFFICERS, Exp required.
Up to $10hr. Paid weekly.
Benefits. DWFP Lic.
AB2000006. 904-737-2837
SECURITY GUARDS
needed ASAP, unarmed
Top $$ Jax area.
Call 904-721-3111

SECURITY OFFICERS
NEEDED
Must have class D
license. Start $8/hr
contact Captain
Sheila Doyle 534-2117

SECURITY OFFICERS
Class D License
904-215-3144, 334-1207


SECURITY
PROFESSIONALS
Immediate Interviews
$8.50/ hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
completed
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
opens for Security Officer
and Security Supervisors
in the Fernandina Beach
k area.
-We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and e.cel-
lent working conditions
Iina professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance
H/S Diploma/GED and
valid driver's license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
backgrounds checks.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must
Please Apply:
MF am 3pm
(904)261-5551
M/F/D/V/EOE
M900174


GREATT CAREER
GREAT PAY

t A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE
FULL BENEFITS
PAID TRAINING




g;ASK FOR

Marcel

(904) 724-0723 020842


Apply in person @ City Automotive Group
10575 Atlantic Blvd. ; ,
mi'flmIW'l 1-904-998-7111 '


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

POSITION OFFERS:

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

YOU MUST HAVE:

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

Call Wade Harper at 642.6060 to set up a
confidential interview to explore your
opportunities.


753 Security

TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.

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755 Miscellaneous

LAWN MAINT
need Spray tech with 1
years experience. Also
need Crew members &
Foreman $8-UP TO
$11/HR DL reqd. Drug
Testing. 725-2552
ALL POSITIONS AVAIL !!
New exciting oppty's at
Cold Stone creamery.
Please call 904-538-3870,
534-8559 or 699-4677
or visit us at:
www.coldstonereanmery.com
APT JANITORIAL/
MAINTENANCE
For hi-rise condo in Riv-
erside. F/T Mon-Fri &
4:30; CPO cert pref. Exp
in preventive mainte-
nance & AC repairs.
Call 356-8271 to apply.
CHILD CARE Pre- K
Teachers & Aides CDA
Connie orTerri 786-5952
DEMONSTRATORS
Nat'l Retail svcs co pro-
viding In-store mer-
chandising events for
Costco seeks P/T out-
~oing Indiv in the E.
acksonville areas.
Promote & execute
sales programs &
conduct demos in a
manner that Increases
sales. Must have sales
exp in a retail environ,
effective oral & written
comm. Dependable
transp a must.18
hrs/wk,Fri-Sun& holi-
days. $9+/hr. Apply on
line at demons
topprioritysales.com.
Fast Paced Residential
AC Company seeks
MANAGERS, SALES REPS,
INSTALLERS &
SERVICE TECHS
in Atlanta. Jacksonville,
Ocala, Orlando &
Tampa.
Call 813.963-0708
or 770-886-1998
HOUSECLEANERS
F/T Mon- Fri $9.50/hr. Car
& Ins req. No exp OK,
will train. 730 -7201


To performs generall
housekeeping and light
janitorial duties at South-
side and Northslde facili-
ties. Exp. In healthcare
setting pref; FT w/ben-
efits. Rotates weekends.

or Ies me t to
RiHS, Human Resources,
90 Unvesity Blvd. N orth,
apte 7at9506 h FooRd.),
Jacksonville, F 3221.
ForTidewe nfo ca7431883
For directions ext 202.
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace


Good pay & benefits for
exp.Own trLandscapers. No mal
apply at 9506 Hood Rd.
4, Jacksonville, FL
Tidewater Landscape
Mgmt.. Inc. EOC
LANDSCAPE INSTALLER
Experience reqd. Good
Own transp. No main-
tenance 571-0102

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755 Miscellaneous
SNeed a Baby- sitter?
1 year and up call
270 7904 or 472 9752
close to base
REPOSSESSOR
Must be 25 or older,
clean criminal record &
MVR. Good character
Exp pref. Call 384-7605

I SPECIALISTS I
S&825+ to start. 1
Call 904-519-9653 |
SEqualopportunityemployer I

4, Seeking Nanny. Pay
--/ Negotiable. Call
_L1 Kathryn for Details at
(904)284-7100 Between
9am-5pm leave message
after hours.
TRAFFIC SCHOOL PHONE
OPERATOR Computer
skills req'd. Call
881-8377 Gina. Bch Blvd

760 Part-Time


BRINKS INC.
HIRING

P/T Drivers
Brink's the most
respected name in the

Time Drivers. Great
second job or earn
extra cash. Brink's
provides competitive
wag es. training &
uniforms.
Call 904-353-4331 for
appointment or apply
at 33 W. 2nd St.,
Jacksvonille, FL from
9am-n4pm.
Li. s#B8700010
EOE M/F/VD

RG-IS INVENTORY
S SPECIALISTS
$8.25+ to start.
Call904-519-9653
Equal opportunity employer

815 Business
Services

RESUMES
Same day service,
pickup/delivery, $60,
career counselling avail
904-220-1481

8 Instala/Clean

CARPET CLEANING
SSPECIAL Pre-treat
I scrub steam, pets
deodorize 3m.
One low price.
Call Ron 904-908-5418

830 Child
Care

CHILD CARE Argyle,
Collins, Westside
-ltarea 904-908-5418,
20 yrs in home
exp., arts, crafts struc-
ture. Attention to your
child's needs.
Loving Mend. Mom
offers Quality
Childcare All ages, flex
hrs, reas rates, outings,
fun routine. Many refs
and exp 525-9726

8A4 Electric/
-845 Plumbing

YESTERDAY PLUMBING
Low prices. Drain clean-
ing, slab leaks, repipes,"
water heaters. Insured,
MC & Visa Accepted.
easterday plu mbing.corn
463-3202 #CFC1426179

870 Lawn Service-
Landscaping

SOD REPAIRS Sod
removal, replacement
$235/pallet sod incl
Lic'd & ins mulching
Call anytime 703-5502

894 Massage

$60 SWEDISH
Awesome Therapists
Mon-Sat 9-6 MM15239
904. 242-8998







Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922Collectables and
Jewelry
92 Computer
g27 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
95 Household/Fumniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
90 Sporting goods
90 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


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UNITED STATES

1PSUGAR
CORPORATION
United States Sugar Corporation is one of
America's largest diversified, privately-held
agribusiness firms. With 2,100 employee-own-
ers, the Company Is headquartered on the
southern shore of Florida's Lake Okeechobee, in
Clewiston which is within-an hour of West Palm
Beach (east) and Ft. Myers (west). In addition to
growing, milling and refining cane sugar, U.S.
Sugar owns a short line railroad and its South-
ern Gardens subsidiary is one of Florida's fore-
most producers and processors of oranges and
orange juice products.
These are exciting times at US Sugar, with an
advanced technology approach in processing
sugar we are looking for fop talent team mem-
bers to play an important role in revolutionizing
the business. For more details about these and
other career opportunities, or to apply on line
visit the US Sugar website at www.ussugar.com
Reliability Engineer
*Development and implementation of reliability
programs.
*Perform root cause analysis of plant equip-
ment.
SPropose and execute recommendations, pro-
grams, and procedures to improve the overall
performance and reliability of current and pro-
posed equipment
E & I Technician
:Boiler experience
*High voltage experience
*PLC and Pneumatic experience required (cer-
tifications preferred)
Progress Developer
'QAD MFG/PRO expert, Open 4 and QAD ideal.
Strong knowledge of Progress database.
'Continually improve our software performance,
usability, scalability, and security.
*Minimum 2-3 years programming experience
with Progress v9 GUI.

More details and minimum requires available
by visiting www.ussugar.com.
We are confident that US Sugar would be a
valuable match for the right individual. Bring
your mind and talents and join us!
Confidential Recruiting Contact:
Randy Williams
Online application preferred www.ussugar.com
Email available: resumes@ussugar.com
Phone:863-902-2876


EY BU IC K COI US Sugar is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Bld |committed to a diverse workforce. Women and
4660 Southside Blvd Minorities are encouraged to apply
Equal Opportunity Employer in a Drug free Workplace Please visit w n.ufogarom for more comn.


900 Antiques

C For Sale: Treadmill
CSDFSTrider $300.00;
1 Encyclopedia Bri-
tanica $50.00; Washer
& Dryer $1.0.00; Call
771-0177 or 568-6191
a. Treadmill CSOf-
strider-$300; Ency-
I clopedia
Britanica-$50;
Washer & Dryer-$100;
Call 771-0177 or 568-6191

902 Appliances
/ shape runs great $80
Scan deliver 994-0100
FREEZER 14 cu. ft
SKenmore, 2 yrs
1 old, excellent
condition, white
upright, mediumm sized.
Call 287-4159
SFREEZER- Ken-
Smore upright, 14
I cubic feet, 2 years
old $110 OBO. Call
287-4159 after 4PM.
4 Sears Car topper great
for extra storage for
trips 1990's model
excellent condition
$50.00 OBO (912) 673-7565
WASHER & DRYER big
capacity exc cond.
$200. Call 904-327-6122
WASHERAND
SDRYER- excellent
V | cond. large capacity
S$250 994-0100

WHIRLPOOL
Stackable Washer
t & Dryer, Excellent
condition $200
Call 904 247-7637 or
904-708-1318

905 Articles
For Sale

A 1995 SKYLINE
14X70 3/2, near
C\i NAS Jax on corner
lot under PCS
orders only. $13,700,
Call 278-2847/655-4270
ALUMINUM SHED,
8X10, Good cond.
--up. 908-0531
SAquarium, 125 gal
w/ cherry wood
stand $350 obo Call
Lauren 632-0077 or
614-6820
BABY CRIB, Mattress
/ $50. Two car seats
|$20each. Stroller, Car
Seat Combo $30. All
exc. cond. 729-1026
Cast iron oyster clol-
rgo dinette set with
four chairs and glass
table top like new
$400 Call 249-6916
SComputer Mini Tower
workstation HP760N
X 768 MB Ram 21 inch
Monitor ATI8500DU
Graphics card Logitech
Z640 sound system $ 475
call 779-7327
COWBOY BOOTS
Men's, Size 12,
SI Never worn. $50.00
Call 912-576-3130
4 Electric Wheelchair
Action Ranger II good
| condition w/charger
and extras $400 .00
247. 7745
4, GENERAL AMERI-
STRAC- 4 each,
< P225/70R tires
12,400 miles, very
good treads $150 OBO.
Call Bill 246-0301
7am-7pm3 ,
Golfgaurd Golfbag
travel carrying
t | case. Great cond.
only $20
Call 553-6015
HOT TUB NEWJ E)SON
J3 ets. oaed!
Full Warranty & Cover.
Retail $6800 Sell $3800
(904) 7390488
IGIA -portable ,
electric paraffin
wax therma spa,
wax refill incld.
Like new, list. $68. sell
$30. Call 241-1398
4 Jet Sa Trailer for
single Ski perfor-
mance 2001 model
$100241-4781
KEYWEST CENTER
4 T .CONSOLE '90
t1 70hp outboard,
alum trlr, $3,200
OBO, work 904-270-6608
x 2 0 2 ; h o me
904 -751 -4929 Am
Cromer
Little Tykes Large Play
house for sale in good
1, shape $40.00
Cal 22$-4776
MARY KAY COSMETICS
Call Lindsay for Product
or Free Facial 264.1317
4, Mid evil swords (5)
w/wall mounts real
nice call me; Murray
riding mower run
great 48 in cut $400.00 call
me 904 529-8263
., Moonwalk Jump
Houses 15x15 Great
S For Business or
SFund-raisers, 2
units $600. each.
Immaculate. Call
904.568.4899
904278.1674
A NEW 4-D CELL
S MAGULTE
k l>Black, Navy fea-
tures lifetime,
warranty list: $24.61,
$17.00 OBO (sealed pkg)
904-241-1398
PATIOSET 10 pc, Irg
Stale, reclinable
c| cushion chairs, 2 yrs
old, Orig. $589 Ask-
ing only $359 Asking only
$359.00 273-9987
p FEZ COLLECTION 115
different candy dis-
pensers. Excellent
condition $80.
(904) 781- 7076.
ROLL-TOP
S, COMPUTER DESK -
dw/bookcase top. File
drawer & printer
table. 62"x53". Moves as
five pieces. $700
gV904-278-0883

Several computers
S whole system or
\J) components starting
at $30.00 QTR Micro-
wave LG with many fea-
Bob 631 9755

2601 Plantation Dr
4, Day bed, curio
Cabinet and more.
Ph. #882-2881. April 9th
2005, Crooked River.
SStroller New extras
|, $70, Stroller w/car
seat $30. Stroller
newborn $30 childs
bike seat $25 641-5059
THOMAS KINKADE
Streams of Moving
Water 30x40 384-5131
TV/STEREO Cahbiet
4 CD & Tape Storage
Drawer 62" Wx 65" H
~ on wheels, Teak,
$600. 904.278.0883
TV'S, Computers, Etcl
Police Seized! From $10!
Info 8007498128 XM438
WHEELCHAIR -$200 obo.
numerous items ,
Everything must go
374-6993 521-1645

915 Building
915 Supplies

A Lumber 2x12 16"
long. Pressure
treated top grade.
2$32new will take
$25. Have 29
866-5170/542-3170
xl2b

920 Business/
920 Office


DESK & matching 2drwr
lateral file, good cond.
$150obo; Computer
Desk $25; 904-262-7781
EXECUTIVE DESK &
CREDENZA solid wood,
cherry finish exc cond.
$700obo. Ph 737-6006
Furniture Refinishing
Fire/Water Damage Repairs
Antique Restorations
"We make worn
furniture look like new"
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
& Jewelry

ooo TY BEANIE BABIES
ALL 1st Ed. ALL Retired.
Call 904.564.4098
DIAMOND RING: Gor-
geous emerald cut,
center stone approx lct
plus lct of baguettes
appraised at $5400.
paid $5200 2yrs ago.
Must sell $4200. Call
904- 333-2083

925 Computers

N64 SYSTEM 13 cL
| Steering wheel
v w/pedals, controller,
-- rumblepack and 10
games. $500. Brian
912-882-2047


925 Computers

4, OFFICES TASK
CHAIRS W/ARM-
REST (2). blkI 1Brn
$25ea. Call T.
904-278-5224/655-1679

928 Electronics

Color Tv's for sale 13
S in #30.00 19-20 in
S$50.00 25 In $75.00 271n
$90.00 one 19 in tv/vcr
$80.00 call 729-7127 after 3
p.m.

945 Garage -
>-*J Sales

ARL 2 FAMILY clothing +/
Reg, misc. h'hold items,
some furn. Sat 8-1.
Wedgewood Estates off
Girvin. No early birds _
ARLINGTON Garage
Sale. 1087 Underhill Dr.
April 16th 8a-2pm.
Baymeadows Self Storage
Ultimate Salel
8285 Western Way Cr. -
next to Fire Staton
Sat. April 16th, 8 -12 N -
35+ tenants selling
treasures. Household
items and rare goods
Call Shirley at 737.7793
BEACHES 3694 Isabella
Blvd. Sat 8am. off of
35th Ave. So. behind
Palms Presby. church_
CHARTER LANDING APTS
332 unit comm yard
sale. Sat. 4/16, 8A-3P
5885 Edenfield Rd, 32257
CLAY HILL/MIDDLEBURG
HUGE CHURCH
YARD SALE
S075 CR 2I18W.
kitchen items, women,
men and children's
clothing, porcelain dolls
(some still in box),
household items, etc.
JULINGTON CREEK
PLANTATION SPRING
Garage sale Saturday
April 16, 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 p.m.
Mandarin Julington
Crossing N'borhoodYard
Sale! Sat. 8- 2; 95 to exit 335
W on St. Augustine Rd. to
Autumnmbrook Tral.
MANDARIN -moving
sale. Big scrn TV, LR
furn, 3 glass this, patio
set fishing rods, misc.
793 Fruit Cove Ct.
Fri-Sat 8am
Mandarin Yard Salel Sat
Sun 8-3 salesmen
sam ples h'hold, plants,
elect, fabric, bks etc.
11887 Tumbling Oaks Ln
A OLD ORTEA -
Sat, 16 April at
4. 2522 Iroquois Ave
Children s games,
collectibles, kitchen
wares, tools and LOTS
more. Get there early for
the best buys.


*6?S'IIAVEN, WIC.
ORANGE PARK
WE WERE RAINED OUT
last time so we're
giving it another try
this Saturday! Help us
provide support ser-.
vices to the people of
North Florida and find
that item you've been
looking for: clothing,
accessories, furni-
ture, toys & games, 8'
folding tables, you
name it! Drop by and
have a Chick-FiI-A
sandwich and a Coke
for lunch!
LOG ON FOR DETAILS
April 16,8SAM 2PM
2 2554 Moody Ave.
www.HendersonHaven.org

SOUTHSIDE 2 family sale,
collectibles, baby stuff,
misc. 3047 Tiger Hole
Rd. 737-7162 Sat 8-1
SOUTHSIDE -Fri -Sat
9am. No Early Birds.
Creetown, off Spring
Forest Ave.
4, ST.MAR'S.GA
2601 Plantation Dr
$7 Day bed, curio -
cabinet and more.
Ph. #882-2881. April 9th
2005, Crooked River.
Vilano Beach Moving
Sale! No Early Birds!
Sat 85; 133 Morgan Ave
WESTSIDE Moving Sale
4632 Post St. 9-5 Tue -
Sun. Lots of stuff!
W'side Muti Family Sale
Saturday April 16th 8-1;
1186 Hickory Cove
WSIDE -4960 Eulace Rd.
DR, LR. BR, furn,
Sat-Sun April 16-17
8a-3p, kit misc, clothes
Bargain Hunters Galore

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

950A Garden/
Lawn

4 For Sale Banana.
Plants from one to
Six Feet tall $3.00 You
4 Dig them very Pretty
Phone 771-0457
SFor Sale Lawn
mower craftsman
| I /Big wheel self pro-
& petled 5.5 HP 22" cut
$100.00 call 3381264 (cell)
or 268-1384 (home)
lawn Mower model
S 2070722" selfpro-
L peled w/manual,
runs good $50
771-0457
C'LA MWERS -
4, WAER RIDER- 42"
S\ o dCUT, 1 HP v-TWIN
S$3200 obo 36" WALK
EIND KEES P$5010 al
249-1611 993-4281
TILLER (Troy Bilt Horse)
8hp wAedd In g
attachments, good
shape $600 firm.
904-259-3912

| propelled, Recy-
B clr, Personar
Spaces with grass
catcher-Just serviced





$5ar Sltools, metalr

maple $196. Freezer
$100 729-7643



(904)6740405

Sleeper mat. & box
spring. Rarely used

fo BED Restonic





$200. Call 269-1175



$30; Call 912-510-0595
A Couch Excellent con-
ditlon; White day bed

w/canopy:Lv Rm Chair
S(904) 264-3486

<1!' tables coffetbl,
moon mirror $400 25
gal fish tank $35 291-6503


SCurio $7S Corsca
4, glass to p dining tbI +





trundle and 2 mat-
2 mattresses $200 Call


tresses $200. Call
269-0782
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE w/ 8
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet.
New In box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2250. 737-1764
4, DINING ROOM -
Oak table, bench,
L chrs, $550, China
cabinet, $150. BR
set, $375 obo.
Call 406-4199
DINING SET -4 chair
cont $150, 3 wood bar
stools, 10ln sears radial
arm saw 744-0111
4, Emerald Bedroom
Fum dresser chest,
mirror King size
bed nightstands,
lamps, Must see exc
cond. $500
Call 553-6015

221-9139


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Perform semiskilled manual labor tasks
and minor equipment operation in the
construction, maintenance, and repair of
streets and drainage projects.

Firefighter
Entry level work in the Protective service
extinguishing fires, and responding to
emergency medical calls, hazardous
materials incidents, and other
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Provide social services to qualified
clients.

Librarian
Professional librarian work at the gradu-
ate level in research and reference ser-
vices, collection development and main-
tenance, developing and conducting
programs, conducting reader's advisory,
cataloging, and/or supervising clerical
staff and/or volunteers.

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A weekly look at the automotive market


A MAXIMUM EXPERIENCE




Customers will discover quality philosophy, inventory


By Laurie Walmer
Special
or Tom O'Neal, like many young
men, buying his first carlO years
ago was a major milestone.
On a budget, O'Neal's search for a qual-
ity vehicle at a reasonable price took him
to the original CarMax Superstore in
Richmond, Va., where CarMax is head-
quartered. Once there, O'Neal bought
more than just his first car a ValuMax
Subaru Legacy wagon.
O'Neal was also sold on the way
CarMax did business.
"I was so floored by the whole experi-
ence, that I took an [employment] applica-
tion home with me," O'Neal said. "Two
weeks later, I was selling cars."
He still is.
This weekend, O'Neal and his team will
bring that same kind of car-buying expe-
rience to the Jacksonville market with
the grand opening of the 60th CarMax
Superstore, located on Atlantic
Boulevard, just east of Florida 9A and
before Kernan Boulevard.
O'Neal, location general manager of the
Jacksonville store, is confident that the
no-pressure, no-haggling CarMax way of
doing business and the wide selection of
quality pre-owned vehicles will impress
value-conscious shoppers here. Maybe,
even as much as it impressed him 10
years ago.
"Used-car sales was a multi-billion dol-
lar industry that was, in that day, mostly
run out of the newspaper," said O'Neal,
who was LGM of one of the four CarMax
stores in Houston before getting the
opportunity to open Jacksonville's first
CarMax dealership. "CarMax found that
most people think, 'I want to buy a used
car because I want to save the money, but
the quality issue is scary.'"
To reassure customers who share that
line of thought, CarMax devised its
unique consumer approach which is pat-
terned after the success of Circuit City,
its retail electronics superstore parent
company.
CarMax offers late-model pre-owned
vehicles for sale at a stated low price that
requires no negotiation. To make the car-
buying process even simpler, CarMax pro-
vides easy access to financing options for
every credit profile, processes vehicle pay-
offs when appropriate and unprecedent-
ed in the industry CarMax promises to
buy your car, even if you don't buy theirs.
Package that with friendly service, a
five-day money-back guarantee, a 30-day
limited warranty with the option to
extend that coverage through its
MaxCare plan and you have the recipe for
success that has driven CarMax to its
position among the Fortune 500 compa-
nies.
"We really believe the customer should
be in control of the process," O'Neal said.
"Our sales consultants get paid the same
no matter which car they sell. The empha-
sis is on helping the customer find the
perfect car."
With the CarMax system, that isn't dif-
ficult.
Customers not only have access to the
300-500 cars available at the Jacksonville
location, but they can also search the
online inventory of the more than 20,000
vehicles at all CarMax superstores, any of
which can be transferred to Jacksonville
for a nominal fee. Convenient kiosks in


Mark E. Grisham/special
Tom O'Neal, location general manager of the new CarMax Superstore on Atlantic Boulevard, stands by his inventory ... like this 2004 jeep
Wrangler X.


The way car buying

should be.


Address: 11335 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Phone: (904) 620-0585; 1-800-9CARMAX
Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Web site: www.CARMAX.com



the showroom lobby provide computers to Before a car can be offered for sale,
access this large network of vehicles or trained technicians first thoroughly
simply search for cars on site that match inspect each vehicle and research its his-
the customer's specifications. tory to ensure that the car has not experi-
Most of the CarMax inventory consists enced significant structural damage.
of cars with low mileage ideally, less That reassurance really hits home
than 10,000 miles per model year that when customers are shown the "Never-
have had just one or two previous owners. Sell Car" that is the focus of every


CarMax showroom. Beautiful in appear-
ance, this "Never-Sell Car" is, in fact, a
totaled car that has been completely
restored to like-new condition, effectively
masking the extensive damage in its his-
tory.
The point, O'Neal said, is simple: This is
exactly the kind of vehicle that can be
found in the unmonitored used market -
and exactly the kind of vehicle that
CarMax would "never sell."
"There are no tricks, no asterisks,"
O'Neal said. "It's such a good process, that
nothing falls through the cracks."
That same attention to detail is found
throughout the CarMax Superstore.
Supervised childcare is available in a
large, glass-enclosed playroom complete
with ball pit and big screen TV with the
latest in children's video entertainment. A
separate waiting area, with comfortable
seating and its own big screen TV, is also
provided for customers.
The CarMax Service Center features
23 service bays and is equipped with the
latest in service technology. Finally, the
administrative area that handles all cus-
tomer data for CarMax transactions fea-
tures electronic scanning devices to safe-
guard against unauthorized use of cus-
tomers' personal information.
It is, O'Neal said, this unique combina-
tion of customer-focused benefits that
makes for a one-of-a-kind buying experi-
ence and gives rise to the company's slo-
gan Relax. It's CarMax.
And, given the CarMax operation's
recent designation as one of the 2005
Fortune Top 100 Best Companies to Work
For, O'Neal wouldn't be surprised if some
of those experiences even land him a few
new employees.


The spacious CarMax showroom features the finest
Corvette.


Mark E. Grisham/special
Every CarMax showroom includes the "Never-Sell Car" a totaled car that has been com-
pletely restored to like-new condition.


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955 Household
S Furniture

4 Fullsize bed Futon
silver metal frame
mattress $ 450.00
Desk 30" X60" $25.
Table 36'X60" $30.
904 261-0139

4 GLASS COFFEE TABLE
w/metal frame,
like new $75.
Call (904) 868-3075

SKENMOORE Washer &
S Dryer in good shape
white both run fine
Call Troy 291-7631 70
series Kenmoore

Kingsize Water-
bed waveless
softside. fits
regular king
sheets. Includes metal
frame, thermostat
heater, box support,
liner $100. 912.576.1250
SLighted Glass Front
/ China cabinet w/base
matching dinin table
S w/6 chairs. All linens
for table Inc. $600 270- 7990
Lighted glass front
Schina cabinet w/base
SI matching dining table
w/6 chairs. All Tinens
for table incl $600.00
904 992.1708

LOFT BED- solid pine,
twin beds. Chest shelf
unit Desk, Rails &
Ladder. Exc. cond.
$650obo. 904-616-1054

Mission Style Futon
Sw/ mattress. Less
than a year old $75
obo 278-1029

MovlngI must sell
washer, dryer, sofa,
TV, misc. 721.1657

PAPASUN CHAIRS
w/stools, newr
cushions,
can deliver.
Call 269-1174

Patio Table w/6 chairs
S & cushions. Good
cond, $150 215-9037

Pro Sport F ness
SClimber exercise
S bike. You must see
to beleive! Call Kim
778-2464

a RolTop Desk, Solid
mahogany, nine
drwsexc cond. $700
obo908-5998

SLEEPER COUCH
SColonial blue & white
with matching over-
sized chair $250.
278-2831.

SOFA 90" & LOVESEAT
SET mauve $395,
Loveseat, It gray, $100,
ent. ctr. 70"h x60"w $200,
Qu sz bed w/frame like
new $250, dresser
68"x28" $195, 264-7900

SOFA BED, Queen needs
cover, Queen bed, twin
bed, 1993 Toyota
Camry, pecan dinning
table/4 chairs, Gibson
Rose dinnerware, Nor-
dic trac Treadmill, 4/dr
filing cabinet. 757-3467

aSold Oak Bedroomrn
SSet, No Bed. Dresser
4 I w/mlrror chest
ex-cond $675, lot
bed sheets full $100 Call
226-1291

SSTROULER new
extras $70, stroller
l w/car seat $30
stroller newborn $30,
childs bike seat $25
641-5059

Tan Oak Entertain-
Sment Center exc
cond. Call Kim
778-2464

Three LR Mersman
Queen Anne Tables
Dark cherry Glass top
coffee drop leaf and
oval (904)396-7277 or
member634@aol.com
Twin Size Captao-
Bed, 3 drws, k-
Scase, headbrd,
-hone y-colored wood
$100 obo 852-2647

Used Pool Table
all accessories incl.
Buyer Pickup $1500
" 904-291-0397

9go Machinery
9 & Tools

SaleHusqvara
walk-behind36
4, iMower Kohlers
Engine sitdown sulky
Cost $3357 Sell $1500 Call
Billy 542-2704 ext. 317

965 Medical

HOSP BED extra Ing,
extra wd, hardly used,
elec, $1000 obo
737-3009 aft 5pm

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services

PIANO-Orig. Yamaha
Student Upright, exc.
cond. Appr $3200. Ask-
ing $2200. 904-260-0895

PIANO Wurlitzer Spin-
net, good cond. $700.
Brenda 904-343-6219

98 Sporting
980 Goods

80 cf Aluminum scuba
tank excellent con-
dition needs Hydro
and VIP$ 75.00
365-5557

Baseball Bats, 4 Lou-
T isville Sluggers TPX'S
S MODELS TPXBLTPXFBXL,
obo. Cal l T90PXFBX4-542L Excel-
lent condition allefor
45.00 (904) 781-7076

DEER LEASE: Need 8
hunters. 1400ac. on the





Big Salk.oversizedr neards
Co4 ns 80of267-2b25

FORD Bronco '87,






puilt 302 lifted 9"0
GR otal 38" tires, duel
lots of new parts. $6500






$9obo00. Call 904-542-35 088

SGOLF CLUBS- left
handed tour series
4 3pW 1,3 &5 woods



820. with Bag 3 PW
irons drivers and








$900. U-50. Like new.0880

KAWASA FLYREEL with back-




*00 -$2500.
Call 904-449-3568


Ketrer Kadett Sport
1. Hydraulic Rowing
SMachine Elec. Dis-
plays was $763. for
$350. like new
904.261.0487

POOL TABLE 6'
| Brunswick pool
/table, good cond, 3
cues and balls $125
Call 406-4454

SPOOL TABLE -
Brunswick green
carpet, $350 obo.
Located in Jax.
904-422-0407

Pool Table Regular
Size, All cousins $65
ea, Desk solid maple
$100 Freezer $100
729-7643 St. Marys

S.C. -Hunting Club
Membership openings.
737-0867 737-6091

SPINNING BIKE
$500"
904-237-1247


985 Trailers

FLATBED TRLRT7X1O
4 new springs, lights
1 wood, $400, bed
Sextender for com-
pact truck $75 Call
904-228-2279


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


c1010 Pet's &
Supplies

4, 8 month old Beagle
j Mix free to good home
I very Playful and
loving call 771-9930
evenings

ADORABLE V

Toys & Teacups
Flnancng Available
Pet World 262-4646
BIG SALE NOW!!!

BELGIAM MALINOIS AKC,
born 2/18, $850,pics:
www.avatark9.com
386-586-8114

BICHOH FRISE, AKC,
Ch. Grandparents. $1000.
478.988.4329/320-4175
SBird Cage 36W 28"D
/ 6B"H. Like New w/
i separate perch stand.
$160 264-9333

BOXER PUPS. AKC. Fawn
& Brindle. $450.
904-287-0723

BOXER PUPS, Champion
blood line. AKC, 9wks all
shots, fawn, 4M/4F,
$600, 904-654-4725.
SFerrets, 1 male, 1
female, both 6 mths,
$150 for pair; 110 gal
tank & stand $350,
Call Lauren 614-6820

Free 3 Vis Old Male
Sneutered decawed
inside only Tuxedo
Cat Serious Respon-
sible Inquires only
904.743.4751

FREE KITTENS 6 Wks Old
3 F/1 M. IN ARLINGTON
744-8180 / 502-1762

GERMAN SHEPHERD
Pups-AKC, 2F/5M, HC,
POP, $550ea. 284-4227

GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
AKC, OFA (healthy Nips)
bkgrd $450 904779- 7704

JACK- RATS Il-Jack
Russell/ Rat Ter. mixes,
pups, $250 764-2800

JACK RUSSELL CKC,
tails docked, vet chkd
wormed $375. 476-0979

LABRADOODLE female
11mos, spayed, all
shots, hse broken, UKA,
$700. Call 904-292-1019

LABRADOODLES-CKC,
Hypo allergenic, creams,
biks, $1000 386-364-8345

MIN PIN Smo, home
raised, Vet ./ & shots. No
papers $250. 904-742-5083
PEEKACHI & CHI POO
puppies. mypuppies.net
04-688-0391 Daytona

PERSIAN & HIMALAYAN
first shots C, multiple
colors. 904-269-1420

PIT BULL PUPS 2M, 3F,
Pure breed $200.
904.703.4962 or 772.9361

POODLE- PUP M, AKC,
hith cert, apricot, $300
384-8111

POODLE PUPS -Toys &
mini, M/F, guar.
$400-up. 352-377-1371

POODLES Standard.
AKC black pups, $700.
352-486-2799

PUG -puppy, AKC. M,
14wks old, fawn w/blk
mask, $500 352-337-1421,

ROTTWEILER Pup s AKC
Health Certificates, POP
$500,5 Male, 5 Female
Call 783-3328

SIAMESE CATS
5 Adults 2 of them are
bred, 504-1171

SIBERIAN HUSKIES -
AKC, assorted colors,
M/F $450 912-288-4647

Welsh Corgi PUPS CKC
Reg. 1st shots $300.
each 904-887-8043

YORKIES Chihuahuas ,
Yorkie Mixes, Mini
Dach., & many small
cute mixes. 504-1171

YORKIMOE Swks, Ador-
able, grt markings, s/w,
$250. neg. 904.272.6428







Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
132Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
13s Autos/Trucks
Wanted,

1205 Boats
4, 14' John Boat Alu-
minum with Trailer $
750.00 ph 771-5240

14' LOWE JOHN '02 '03
25hp Yam. LW, FF, Exc.
cond. $3000. 683-1995

17' HYDRASPORTS CC '92
120 Johnson, aluminum
trir $7200 Call 504-8116

18' ANGLER '96, 112HP
Johnson, galvanized trlr
radio fish finder, $6500
Call 992-2096; 803-4130
4 18' Bayliner Cobra
I 1988 w/force 125
oI outboard runs great
.- Includes boat cover
asking $3,600 OBO Call
(912)882-2047

18' REGAL '00, BR 4.3 V6,
covers, Bimni S0+ MPH


he best ib

in tow.


We bring

the military

market

to you.


For Classified

Advertising, call

904-366-6300,

or toll-fiee

1-800-258-4637.


1205 Boats
4, 1989 Catalina 22 trailer
SHP poptop lots of
1 extras $7,000 obo
home 996-8604
cell 850-830-8667

1996 Sea Doo TM, runs
S good, just tuned up
i w/trailer $1500
278-2132

19' Bayliner Marine
Corp Capri Series
1950LX 00' 3.0 I/O
$7650 Call Mike @
542-5646 Daytime
772-1754 After 5 PM
4 19' CHAPPARAL
'91 OB. w/all the
toys, Must sell
$2000 obo. Contact
Omar. Great Fun!
912-329-9578
SMONTEREY CUODDY
| CABIN 3.0 Mercruiser
S eng. and Yamaha
stead drive with
trailer, motor shot. Asking
$9500. 912-259-0644
S2001 Seadoo RX w/
Trailer. Exc Cond.
Only 38 hrs! Must
See. $5,500 Contact
Markus 904-521-2854 or
912-576-5814
23' BAYUNER CIERA '97
I/O AC/H, galley, sips 4,
TLR, $19,500 90429-2431
29' MAXUM '00 SRC 7.4
eng. AC, 300+hrs. new
canvas elect $49,000
OBO. Call 588-5330

a m29PRMKER- '96,
SCabib cruiser, sleeps
4 4, head, showerm
refrig, full canvas 350
Mercruiser I/O $20,000
below book
904-993-3185
4 CHRIS CRAFT CC '84
Twin Engines, Galley
SI Head, Refrig, AC,
L Fully enclosed. $26k.
904-213-9745 for more info.

SEA DOO '03 (2) XP Dl
w/dbl trIr & covers, low
hrs, exc cond. $11,900
OBO. 904-759-1525

STINGRAY- '00
S 20CS 190hp
SMercruiser, Bimini
cockpit covers 20'
cuddy trim tabs depth
finder sink, potti, stove
CD player $13,500
278-9780

WANTED- Boats,
motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440


1210 Sailboats

22' CATALINA '82,
Sacrifice at $1899 obo
298-0275

0 RV's &
1230 Supplies

2000 Coleman Niagra
Pop-up W/AC, Glide
S out port potti
Shower, Extras $7K
OBO 264-4309 or
nigra4sale@aol.com
35' Fleetwood Bounder
2003 &1 Eng Work-
|t horse Chev Alllson
Trans 3 Slides ilK
miles 10.12 MPG Quick Sale
$78K (603) 479.4122

36' AIRSTREAM '96-
37kmi, dual air a/c
basement model, gd
cond, $27,500obo.
813-495-4990

4 Aerollte 30 01' T.T.
by owner.
Immaculate
$12,000. See in Jax.
912-552-0285
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800-541.6439

Coachman 26' 1997
S5th wheel hitch,
| braking system
incld. 1/2 ton will
pull'under 50001bs.
John 705-7024, 264-6491
Great Condition.
FEMA RETURNS
2004 Travel Trailers with
and without slides. UP
TO 50% off retail price.
Call Matthew
386.758.8661

FOUR WINDS 5000
MODEL 23J-2000 less
than 7000 miles, Ford
V-10 Eng/Chassis.
roof AC, Awning, slide out
pwr windows/locks, 27th
entertainment pkg.
day/night blinds, micro-
wave, stove w/oven
$30,000. Call 272-6230

Need Cash For Your RV?
LET US SELL YOUR RV.
Ask about our guaran-
tee program. Ask for
Rich 9352.368.6645
SPORTSMOBILE '96,
Ford, campervan.
w/popup top, water
heather, toilet, shower,
frig, stove, propane
furn, very clean $18k
256-8980 or 994-8700
,. TOW BAR ROADMAS-
TER STOWMASTER
WITH BASE PLATE FOR
JEEP CHEROKEE
WORTH $1,100. SELL BOTH
$3000BO. 282-6466


1300 Motorcycles
1991 KM 250MX Dirt
4 Bike with Trailer
-I needs back tire.
$700obo. 247-2719 or
472-1715

4, 1999 Honda Shadow
VLX600 800 miles.
black runs and looks
great 60 mpg $3200
OBO Klngsland
rccrites@tds.net
(912)576-1142
2000 Suzuki VLISoolc
4 | Mustang Seat,
Saddlebags Cobra
exhaust, winshleld,
backrest 10k mi, $5,700 obo
904-343-2494

S2002 Kawasaki mean-
streak 1500 cc shaft
drive, fuel injectors
Vance& Hines
exhaust very low miles
$7500 contact 379-1805

BUELL XB9R '03 -white,
exc. cond., 7400mi.
$5000. 904-742-3461
HARLEY DYNA '02
SSuper Glide, 4100
\l/ml, garaged, extra
Chrome, accesso-
ries, many perfor-
mance parts. $14900
OBO 904-284.5258
4 HARLEY DYNA'98,
Side glide, windshell,
Saddle bags, garage
low miles excellent
condition, asking $12,800.
Joe 904-879-1631
HARLEY ELECTRA
4 GLIDE '83 Many new
parts. Runs good
$6900 O08. Call
904-771-7873.
4, HARLEY SOFTAIL FXST
*04 81k, S600ml, warr.,
-11 $1000extras, saddle
bags, fuel injected,
$16,500080, 912-576-5207
.a Honda CB900 Criser
great deal, runs
| great $900 obo
Call Jeremy
904-2467157


, Honda Shadow aero
S04',4k miles, garaged
extra chrome $5,500
Call Mike 772-1754
New Saddle Bags
HONDA VTX 1300 '04
Candy apple red
with matching
Memphis Shade
windshield and helmet.
450 miles. $7200. or best
offer. Call 912.673.1247
or 912.322.6215
a, Kawasak EX2SO NIna
99' 2 cylinder, 4-stroke,
1400mi, runs & looks
good. Jet Stage 3 Muzy
Pipe Call 772-1754 $1800
KAWASAKI KLR650
'03, dual adult
L garage kept only
1500 miles EC no
trades 904-879-1631
Pocket Bike Mini Rac-
ing motorcycle 49cc, 2
tL| stroke engine,
front/back disk
brakes, max speed 45 MPH,
max weight 265 Ibs
bik/chrome $250 obo
553-3374

Set of 33" Thornbird
TSC Tires New $350
Call 269-1296


1300 Motorcycles
SUZUKI BRZ 125L-
a 03, four stroke,
great starter bike.
uns and looks
good. $1300 obo.
12-576-7434
a Suzuki Katana 75090'
4 new paint, plugs, oil
I change, bike cover &
helmet Incl. $2500 obo,
22,000mi Call 912-729-4140
SSUZUKI RM125-
'02, NEVER RACED
EXC COND. TEST
S DRIVE ON MY
PROPERTY $2900 OBO
729-7932 EVES
a SUZUKI RM12S '02
Exc. cond. Never
t raced test ride on
my property.
$29000obo. Eves
729-7932
a SUZUKIRMBO'93
T Newer tires, new
clutch chain sprocket,
recent top end, sitting.
needs tuned. $850,
Kingsland 912-674-4811


1310 Auto Parrts

4 Chevy Truck
1500 OEM Rims.
S fits 1998 to 2002
Models 16" 6 Lug
$200 obo. 912.576.7434
a BED EXTENDER for
S2002 Ford Ranger
1L 1 Edge Pick Up,
Never used $100.00
Call 912-576-3130

4 CAMAROS (2) '81 will
make one good
project car $200 takes
both. Must take both
cars 673-8401
DODGE RAM '85
Origlanal Rear
41 bumber$80.4Mags
with tires $140,
Tailgate $80, Front Bum-
ber $50. 912-576-9220

1320 Antiques/
1 C Classics

S2004 pioneer Trailer 16
| ft. Sleeps 4 AC Heater
| igas stove micro
Refrigerator,frezzer
tub shower awing ample
storage $8.000.00
(904284-7183
OLDS Cutlass Supreme
Cony '71 Good cond,
350, a/t, PS, PB,buckets,
$10,500 904,223-3245


1325 Automotive

1989 Honda Accord DX
SAutomatic runs good
Abrnew CV Axle, wheel
bearing recent
tune-up $ 1200. OBO
272-2642 (or) 505-6958
1991 Volvo 740 GL Auto
A/C PDL, PW, sunroof
t (AM-FM-CD call
(912)882-1305 or
(912) 573-3427 $ 2,250.00
1993 Corvette Con-
vertlble bright Aqua,
<.lWhite leather. LT- 1
auto. 30K miles
Immaculate $19,000 call
Mike (904) 751-2794
S1998 ford Explorer
119,000 miles Power
Locks Power win-
dows six cylinder
excellent condition
$4,200 call 249-6916
4 2001 H-D Sportster
XL883 $5,500 obo
S Extremely low miles
4,850. Excellent cond.
Runs great, must see
214-9949
2002 Hyundai Elantra
GLS 45,000 miles new
Brakes excellent con-
ditlon Great Gas
Mileage. $7,600.00
(904)284-7183

4 2002 Nissan Maxima
One owner new bat-
ery brakes tires Cd
tape spoiler main-
tance records available
$16,000 OBO (813) 766-4226
S2004 Hyundai Tiburon
GT V6 Fully loaded
4 1 15.000 miles dark blue
$17,000 080 Eileen
Love (904) 928-3886
(757) 660-4696

2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
ACUIJRA3.2 CL'03
St#9087A. $20,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ACURA 3.2TL '99
nav. sys. loaded;
$10,500 904-273-7428

Acura Integra RS 94'
4 sport coupe. 2dr, runs
41 & looks great $4,500
Call Mike 772-1754

ACURA RSX'04
St#F155. $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ACURA TL '04
St#8162A. $29,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

ACURA TL S-Type '03
Pearl white, fully Lded,
On-Star, Navig.. Ithr,
44kmi, $22.5K. 287-1281

ALL Military
I and Civilian
$0 DOWN U
I EVERYBODY I
RIDES! A
CALL CHRIS
S662- 0726

BMW 325i 2002, Auto.
Prem. Pkg, xenon lights.
$25,688 371-4728
BMW 3251- 2002, leather,
PW, PL. Cruise, CD.
$25,988 371-4728
BMW 3281 96
/ auto, bick
S w/ tan leather, CD

912-882-6698
BMW 530ia- 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988.
371-4728

BMW 7401L 2001,, Auto,
heated seats, run flat
tires loaded. $34,988.
371-4728

BMW X5 3.0 2002, Prem.
Pkg, low miles, rear
climate Pkg, $32,988
371-4728

BMWZ.-325 2001. Convt,
auto, CD, 6 cyl. $21,988
371-4728

BUICK Century '95, PW,
PL. Cass, very nice
on(y $4350 Ph 737- 7810
BUICK LESABRE '93. 4dr,
au~to fully loaded. $3450
Call 772-1221

BUICK REATTA '91
S2 dr coupe, white, 1
|owner, garaged,
60,000 mi, new
original floormats,
$12,500. Reatta neon
sign, 992-1622.

CADILLAC Deville '92, ( 2 )
71K & 81K ml, exc ciond
from $3950 Ph 737- 7810

CADILLAC Sedan DeVIlle
'92 57k mix's, $4,500, 1
owner, 904 733-2980
CAD SEDAN DEVILLE '96
$5995. Call 859-5820


CHEVY CAMARO'99
St#BUCE868A. $7,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAMARO Z28 '96
St#BUCE626B. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER '00. Grt
cond, priced right, can
fin$165mo wac. 89-7700
CHEVY CORVETTE '01
Triple blk, convert., 4kmi
Lded.Heads Up! Gar. kept
$34,900 731-2799/838-7610
4, Chevy Corvette 1995
AT.PW, Power Seats
S Leather Black with
Gray interior adult
owned $9,500 291-1763
CHEVY Corvette Sting
Ray, '73, T-Top. $25,000.
Comp redone 783-2964
CHEVY Corvette'81,
red/red, 350, AC, 3 tops,
$9200. Call 434-4117

CHEVY IMPALA '01.
$8995
Call 859-5820
CHEVY MALIBU '01 AT,
AC, Clean 53,000 miles
$3700. 904.388-6241
CHEVY MONTE CARLO '02
St#F272. $12,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


1325 Automotive

CHEVY Vette'84, black/
.red, 350, low mi, CD,
AC, $8200. Call 4344117





CHRYSLER 300M '02 Pro
Am, Ithr, very clean,
4dr, stereo CD, snrf,
charcoal gray, alloys,
very nice, 55k hwy ml,
MUST SELL $16.500 obo
374-6456 803-4749
CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE '04
St#F353. $24,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877





CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'03. All the toys. exc
cond, suepr clean, must
sell $11,975. Call 389-7700






CHRYSLER SEBRINGE
CONV. LXI '02 35kmi,
best offer by 4/18 takes
it. 904-287-3115
Corvette 1998 Con-
Svertible Pewter Black
S top61k miles. Up
grades for more HP
$23,500 OBO (904) 771- 5692
DODGE AVENGER '95. AT.
sunrof, spoiler, clean.
Only $3950. 772-1221
DODGE AVENGER ES '95
St#BUCF147B. $4,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Dodge neon 00' silver
Slow miles $6000 Auto
V|>A/C sunroof alloy rims
CD changer
(904) 997.1442
cell (904) 477-0824
4 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT
S96' Quadcab 77,000 ml,
| I sprayed bedliner,
rolltop cover. NADA
$11,325 Asking $9,500 Cell
616-6585
DODGE STRATUS'04
Loaded, super clean,
low miles, must sell very
fast $10,975. Cal 1389-7700
DODGE STRATUS ES '04
V6, loaded, low miles.
$10,975. Call 777-9119
FORD CONTOUR SE '98
St#BUC2711B. $3,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD Escort '99, 60K mi,
greatt on gas, xtra clean
$3750 Ph 737- 7810
FORD Escort sport '98,
white, very clean, 87K
ml, $2650. Call 367-8335
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
$0 down $179 mo WAC
Call 859-5820
4, Ford Probe ZGT 94'
S5spd New window,
struts, belts, brakes,
filter, cold A/C Runs
Great, Body Great $1950 obo
673-6541 or 904-553-4508
Ford Ranger 4 wd
00-XCab
AT-PS-PB-lW-CC
3.0LV-6 spraying liner
skyblue grair nt buckets
extra rims clean $11,395
Don (904) 777 -1105
(904) 673-9031
FORD TAURUS 'S05
Like new. $250 per mo.
Call 859-5820
FORD TAURUS SES *04.
Loaded, 25K mi. $11,975
financing. 674-4444
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON
'78, 30K miles,
original hardware
asking $7000.. Call
287-9518
HONDA Accord '94, runs
great, looks great, new
tires. $4500 Ph 476-9192
HONDA ACCORD 92. 4dr,
Auto pwr winds, AC
Only $3450. 772-1221
HONDA ACCORD EX '03,
4dr Sedan, 15kml, Exc.
cond. $22k. 904543.8449
HONDA Civic '98.
x-clean, runs great,
5spd $5500 Ph 476-9192
HONDA $2000 '03
St#F247. $27,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI ACCENT '99
St#BUC4910A. $3,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI ELANTRA '98.
4dr. AT, AC, low miles.
Only $3450. 772-1221
4 Jeep Wrangler Sport
02' Auto AC CD 15K
miles $16K 080
744.9658

LEXUS ES300 '99. 4dr,
loaded, moonroof, Ithr,
nice. $900dn. 674-4444
LEXUS ES300 '99 Coach
Edition, white w/belge
leather, loaded, low
miles. $12975. 699-9669


1325 Automotive
Saturn 1968 auto-
matic good RV tow
car, low miles $5000
obo Call Chuck
904-223-4977
SATURN L200 03
St#F170A. $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
SATURN SC-2 AT,
'92, ally wheels,
PW, PL, CC, silver
color, $1499 obo.
Daniel P. 573-9874 (w)
3p-11. 729-4001 (H)






SCION TC '05
St#F349. $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA AVALON XLS.
Beautiful '02. 1 owner.
low mi, $17k 759-6067
TOYOTA CAMRY -LE
'00, AT, AC, loaded
,exc cond $7300 707-3560
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '97
4d. AC, sunrf, spoiler,
wheels. $4950. 772-1221
TOYOTA COROLLA '98
$99 per mo. WAC
Call 859-5820
TOYOTA ECHO '02
$0 down, $139mo WAC
Call 859-5820

TOYOTA MR2SPYDER '01
St#E969. $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA PRIUS HYBRID
'01-8 year 100,000 mile
warranty 76K miles,.
$12,900. Call 568-4792
TOYOTA SOLARA '01.
Immac, fully loaded,
priced for immed sales.
$10,975. Call 389-7700
4 ToyotaTacoma 04'
Prerunner Bouble Cab.
VW red, 7k mi, $21,000
S Call Mike 542-5646 or
772-1754
VW BEETLE -'00, 59k,
turbo, Ithr, snrf, ATd 2yr
trans warr, loaded,
$10,995. Call 879-3455
VW BEETLE GLS '00
Turbo. Red, at, loaded,
Ithr, moonroof, 40,800
miles. $11,975. 699-9669
VW Corrado G-60 90'
154k ml, newly rebuilt,
4,1 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
800-749-8116 x2529
AUTO+BOAT AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
April 15 @ 11 am. See ad
under auctions.

BUICK LESABRE '94,
Ltd, Ithr, cold AC, new
hrks $1999Q 723-3455


1335 $2000 or Less
Chevy Camaros '81
two will make one
good project car
200. takes both
Must talk both cars
912.573.2819

SDodge Daytona
Turbo -Z"86
"Carrol Shelby, 5
speed. Air, new
tires, brakes, starter,
runs great, rebuilt
trans, $2400 obo.
904.783.9272

DODGE INTREPID '99 AT,
AC, 4dr, great cond, must
sell quickly, need cash
$1845. Call 389-7700
FORD AEROSTAR '96
Runs well $2000.
904449-4079, 449-4080

FORD ESCORT '98. 4dr, at
ac, mechanics special,
must sell, need cash
$975. Call 389 7700
FORD SHO '91. Speed,
leather, sunroof. Only
$1950. Call 772-1221

FORD TAURUS -'97, GL,
cold AC. 4dr, clean car,
$1999 723-3455
HONDA CIVIC LX '93 Only
$750. For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
'80. Full sized sedan, grt
shape, must sell this
week. $945. Call 389-7700

PONTIAC GRAND AM -
'97, GT, 4dr, cold ac, AT,
$1999 723-3455
PONTIAC SUNBIRD '91.
Mech special, need cash,
must sell $$345. 389-7700
TOYOTA COROLLA '88. X
cond, grt transportation,
must sell $1875. 389-7700
TOYOTA TRUCK '90 5spd
AC wheels. Only $1950.
Call 772-1221

Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's


2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS

CHEVY SILVERADO '94
Ext Cab. AT, 350 V8.
clean. $6950. 772-1221
CHEVY SILVERADO
'94, ext cab, long
bed, 6.51, turbo
diesel, 275k mi,
$4000 or trade. Call
Mitch 912-882-3791,
looking for small truck.
4, CHEVY SILVERADO
03 ext cab, V8/
15.3L, 51K, $19,000
904 687-0561

CHEVY SILVERADO 04, 4d
XCab, V8, loaded,20K.
nice. $18,975. 777-9119.


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4660-100 Southsde Blvd. 565-4000


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Trucks /
1340 Trailers
SUV's
4, DODGE Caravan
Grand '94 Leather
seats, tinted win-
dows, seven pas-
senger, great trans-
portation $1500 Call
278-1674, 568-4899 or
568-4946
Dodge Dakota 97
/ club cab exc cond,
interior like new low
mi, very sharp $7000
Nego 781-1532

4 DODGE RAM-'01
1500SLT Club Cab
2WD V8, Magnum
Alloy wheels below
NADA only $8,000 Call
912-674-5319

DODGE RAM 1500 4x4'0 3
HEMI, immac. loaded,
mustsell$22,975. 389-7700






FORD 250 XLT Diesel Ext
cab, 60K mi, long bed,
wht, $22,900. 699-2325
4, Ford Bronco '87
S302 lifted 9 inches,
total 38 inches
tires duel exhaust
CD player, lots of new
parts. $6500 obo
904.542.3588

FORD ESCAPE 02. 4dr, red
w/grey cloth, at/ac
Ioa ed$10975. 699-9669
FORD ESCAPE '05
St#F334. $19,9588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

4. FORD EXPEDITION
'98 4x4 Eddie
tt [ Bauer, all pwr
77kmi. low mi,
tires battery brakes
will not be disap-
pointed $14,000 OBO.
270-217-3629

4, Ford F-150 03' XL
Sport, by owner.
S v., auto, reg cab.
L topper, 24k ml,
very sharp $15,500.
912-552-0285

FORD F-ISO XL '01, long
bed, tool boxes, V8, 83K
m, $10K. 904-278-6885

FORD F150 XL '02. Vinyl
seats, long bed, reg cab
in great shape, must sell
now $11,495.Call 389-7700

FORD F250OSD LARIAT '0 3
immaculate, 9K miles
fully loaded, must sell
now $21,975. 389-7700

, Ford Ranger 4 WD
/ T 00.XCab
ID AT-PS-PB-IW-CC
3.0L v-6 spray in
liner sky blue gray int
buckets extra rims,
clean $ 9,950 Don
904 777-1105 or
904, 673-9031


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



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10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
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1340 Trailers/
SUV's
GEO Tracker '92
Great cond.! Reli-
able. convertible,
red, 2 door Won't
last $3000 obo call
278-1674 or 568-4899
GMC PU '77, SWB, 350
en g,350 trans, $2500.
Call 786-0522
GMC Sierra '95 Ext cab,
- new tires dual exhaust,
$7000. Call 476-9192
G MCSonoma01'4dr,
fully loaded. Good
S Cond. 78k ml, $12,
500 obo
912-258-8521
ISUZU RODEO '94. 4dr,
auto, cold air. Only
$2450. Call 772-1221

ISUZU TROOPER 4x4 '92
Auto, 6cyl. Only $2950.
Call 772-1221
4, JEEP CHEROKEE-
S'89, very reliable,
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tires, ac, must seel
$1,800 OBO call
278-1674 or 568-4899
' JEEP GR CHEROKEE 97
St#BUC0673A. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877






JEEP SAHARA '03
$$320/mo. WAC
Call 859-5820

JEEP WRANGLER '04
$290 per month WAC
Call 859-5820
JEEP WRANGLER '99
Custom wheels. $6499
Call 859-5820





4 JIMMY GMC '01
S $8,000 OBO 68 k
Shwy ml, new baa-
tery, tow pkg, CD
player great interior
04-422-0407
KIA SORENTO EX 04 CD
15K mi, step bars, gold
take overpmt 366-3429
KIA SPORTAGE CON-
VERTIBLE '01. 5spd, ac,
loaded $4975. 699-9669
LEXUS LX470 '01
67k miles, maintenance
records, excellent cond.
$30,900 (904)6141438
MERCEDES ML320 -01
54k mi 4dr wine red
w/tan thr int, stereo,
cd, snrf, Imo new trans
& rear end w/warr, very
nice. Must sell! $23,900
obo 374-6456 803-4749


LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N. Rna Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/0rando R 47-339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



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



MATHENY LOTUS
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando R 47-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
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NISSAN XTERRA '03,
xe, V6, 4x2, AT, 27k mi,
grt cond, warr Incid,
$17,500 neg. 338-2715







TOYOTA TACOMA '98
ext. Cab, 4WD gd shape,
138kmi, $8500 3646339

TOYOTA TACOMA '03
Reg Cab. 2WD, X cnd Can
fin $235mo wac. 389-7700

UTILITY TRAILER
t6x12 5000 axle
loaded ramp full 6"
C-Channel frame
new tires and rims
$750. Call 282-6466


1345 Vans/Buses

CHEVROLET VENTURE' 97
St#BUCE916A. $3,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

CHEVY ASTRO VAN
'94, Needs some
,work $1500 278-2831.







Dodge Caravan '00 Wht
4dr, 58Kmi, AC,CD, key- *
less remote, exc cond
$6600 821-4262 514-0793

FORD E-150 -'04, Super
duty cargo van, inclds
rack sys & keyless
entry. Only 5k ml, $21k.
Call 669-5918

FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr,
AT, dual AC, loaded.
$8975. Call 699-9669

KIA SEDONA'05. Very -
low miles, loaded, out-
standing shape, must .
sell. $15,975.389-7700

MAZDA MPV'98, 64K m,
exc condition, 6cyl,.
$4950. Ph 737- 7810

NISSAN QUEST '01
Alloy wheels. $179mo
WAC. Call 859-5820

Miscellaneous
1350 Auto

Aluminum Topper
good condition was on
97 Dodge Dakota Club
Cab $ 200.00 nego
781-1532

Truck Cap. Century
SBrand fiberglass.
1lL Custom Fit Nissan
86.5-97 King Cab.
Exc Cond $200. Call


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700


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



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9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
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