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Creation Date: April 21, 2005
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Traffic Safety
Being Alert Is Key To Staying Safe
Page 7


Home At Last
HS-7 And VS-22 Return to NAS Jax
Pages 8-9


Bass Tourney
Fisherman Compete For Biggest Bass
Page 11


THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


New medals

recognize Iraq,

Afghanistan

service
From American Forces
, Press Service


TOUCHING


BASE

Cleanup planned
on base
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 9-11:30 a.m.
starting at the Sea Bat
Pavilion, located next to
the Mulberry Cove Marina.
Volunteers can participate
in canoes or from the
shoreline.
Free food will be provid-
ed 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 clean-
up, call ADCS Reginald
Graharn at 542-2717, Ext.
141 or e-mail Reginald.gra-
ham@navy.mil.


Celebrating Earth

Enhancing our planet


Education fair set awareness
through awareness


From the avy
College Office


The Navy College Office
is hosing an education fair
today from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the NAS Jax Offi-
cers' Club.
The following schools
will be represented at the
fair: Central Texas College;
City University; Coastline
Community College; Dal-
las County Community
College; Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University;
Empire State College;
Excelsior College; Florida
Community College, Jack-
sonville; Fort Hays State
University; Old Dominion
University; Saint Joseph's
College of Maine; South-
ern New Hampshire Uni-
versity; Thomas Edison
State College; Troy State
University; University of
Maryland and Vincennes
University.
Other organizations
being represented will be
Navy College Learning
Center, DANTES, SOC-
NAV, United Services
Military Apprenticeship
Program and Troops to
Teachers.
For more information,
call 542-2477/78.

Personal Property
Offices closing
early today
The Personal Property
Offices (PPO) at
Jacksonville, Kings Bay,
and Mayport will close at
10 a.m. today for a com-
mand function. The PPOs
will reopen tomorrow at 7
a.m. If you have an emer-
gency regarding your per-
sonal property shipment
during this time, please
call the PPO director's cell
phone at 955-9283.


and education


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Each year in April, numerous
events are held to celebrate
Earth Day in an effort to edu-
cate and bring awareness to our habi-
tat. It's a chance to teach young and
old alike the environmental responsi-
bilities of taking care of our planet
and its natural resources.
On Saturday, hundreds of people
explored The Jacksonville Landing
visiting numerous booths and
exhibits set up to celebrate the 35rd
anniversary of Earth Day. While the
children anxiously collected free good-
ies and participated in arts and
crafts, adults stopped to chat with
educators and gathered information.
The entertainment stage stayed
busy throughout the day with dance
performances and several local bands
including Navy Region Southeast's


Dave Kiebler of Public Works Center lax
goes over some literature about NAS
Jax's environmental issues with Bei Lao
as her daughter, Amy, patiently waits.
Brass Quintet. Children's activities
included craft projects with recycled
and reused materials and a special
children's stage featuring guests from
Critter Encounters and the
Jacksonville Zoo.
Representatives from Commander,


Day 2005
Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) and
NAS Jax's Environmental Divisions
spent the day handling out brochures,
posters and an assortment of other
giveaways as they explained some of
the programs the Navy has created to
help the environment.
"We are here today to share the
good environmental news of all do at
NAS Jacksonville with the communi-
ty. We've been participating in this
event for about five years now and we
come every year," said Kevin
Gartland, NAS Jax Environmental
Division director.
As Navy environmental representa-
tives passed out literature, posters,
plastic bird whistles, wooden air-
planes, pens and many other items,
they stressed the importance the
Navy puts on environmental issues.
"We are passing out information
about how we cooperate with the city
and state agencies as members of the
Northeast Florida Environmental
Compliance Partnering Team," added
Garland.
As visitors stopped at the booth,
See EARTH DAY, Page 11


m wo new campaign
medals announced
April 7 recognize
service members for their
contributions in Iraq and
Afghanistan.
The Defense Department
announced the Afghanistan
Campaign Medal and Iraq
Campaign Medal for mili-
tary members who directly
supported Operation
Enduring Freedom between
Oct. 24, 2001, and a date to
be determined in the
future, or Operation Iraqi
Freedom between March
19, 2003, and some future
date.
The new campaign
medals were established by
presidential order for serv-
ice members who have been
assigned, attached or mobi-
lized to units operating in
these areas, officials said.
Until now, service mem-
bers deployed to
Afghanistan and Iraq dur-
ing the designated time-
frames were awarded the
Global War on Terrorism
Expeditionary Medal.
"By awarding separate
medals, we will recognize
the specific contribution
that our service men and
women have made in
Afghanistan and Iraq," said
Bill Carr, deputy undersec-
retary of defense for mili-
tary personnel policy. "It's
appropriate that we present
them with an award that
truly honors their heroic
service in these operations."
Service members with the
Global War on Terrorism
Expeditionary Medal
remain qualified for it, but
officials said they may
apply for the appropriate
new campaign medal, as
well.
Military personnel may
receive both of the new
campaign medals if they
meet the requirement for
both awards. However, offi-
See MEDALS, Page 10


A

special

storytime

Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown,
commander, Navy Region
Southeast, reads Green Eggs
and Ham by Dr. Seuss to a
group of preschoolers at the
NAS Jax Child Development
Center April 14. The event
was part of April's Month of
the Military Child and Child
Abuse Prevention Month and
was sponsored by the NAS
Jax Fleet and Family Support
Center and Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department.


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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Kevin Gartland, NAS Jax Environmental Division director, chats with Megan Brashear (right) and Myra Clark about how NAS
lax deals with environmental issues at the Earth Day 2005 celebration at The Jacksonville Landing Saturday.


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.if Fow M THE FLEETn


Future chiefs how to prepare for the selection board


ByFLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Eleet Command Master Chief
f you are a petty officer
first class who is selec-
tion board eligible for
-the fiscal year 2006 Chief
Petty Officer Selection
Board, I have some ques-
tions and guidance for you.
First and foremost, con-
gratulations on becoming
board eligible. Your evalua-
tions and test score have
propelled you to the top of
the pack. As you know,
becoming board eligible is
only the first step.
The most important thing
you can do between learning
you are board eligible, and
the deadline for correspon-
dence submission to the
selection board, is to screen
your records and ensure you
submit any missing materi-
al to the board for their con-
sideration. The deadline to
submit material to this
year's board is May 13.
All throughout my career
I have heard various
hypothesis about what
material should submitted
to the board. The easy
answer, seriously, is only
send what the board doesn't
already have on file for you.
There are no minimum or
maximum number of docu-
ments you can or should
submit. How do you know
what the board has or does-
n't have? Since the advent
of some very useful Web
sites, learning what the
board has in front of them is
'pretty simple.
Plus, if you truly know
your own record, and know


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
how to order and screen
your record on CD, as well
as review all the on-line
resources that will show you
what the board will see, this
shouldn't be that difficult.
Here is what I recommend
to every person preparing
for a selection board:
Order your CD version
of your service record early
enough to allow time for you
to review every page. You
can order your CD from at
the BUPERS Online web-
site: http://www.bol.navy.
mil.
Also at the BUPERS
Online Web site, you should
review your Performance
Summary Record (PSR) and
your Enlisted Summary
Record (ESR). The PSR is a
three-part report that sum-
marizes your professional
and performance history, as
well as shows your personal
decorations information.
Part I is the ESR, Part II
shows your record pre-1996,
and Part III shows your
record from 1996 to present.


Once you have your CD
and access these tools on
the Web site, here's what
you should be looking at::
Review each evaluation
in chronological order.
Ensure every eval is in your
file and legible. Make sure
no one else's evals are in
your file.
Review your history of
assignments. Are the dates
right? Does the information
on the Web site match your
career?
Review each personal
award. All awards (Navy/
Marine Corps Achievement
Medal and above) should be
shown, along with the cita-
tion (if not printed on the
award itself). Ensure the
awards shown are all your
awards, not someone else's.
Verify your Page 4 infor-
mation, including all schools
and personal qualifications
standards. This information
is only updated upon reen-
listment, so what you see on
your CD or on the Web site
may not be as current as
your field service record.
One more critical piece of
advice: Take your time and
review your entire record.
Look at it like this the two
or three people who will
screen your record at the
selection board will look at
every page, scrutinize every
detail and examine every
entry. If they are going to
take that kind of time, and
be that meticulous, should-
n't you too?
Selection board members
view mistakes and/or errors
in your record as your fault,
even if you didn't cause the
mistake. Why? Because it's


your obligation to know
your record and fix errors
that may adversely affect
your advancement poten-
tial.
So what do you do if you
identify an error? When
you view the CD version of
your record, look at the fre-
quently asked questions.
The answers to your ques-
tions are presented in an
easy-to-understand manner.
Shipmates, your record is
extremely important. Man-
aging your record is a per-
sonal and professional
responsibility. I'm willing to
guess there have been
Sailors who could have and
would have advanced on
time had they spent the nec-
essary time managing their
record.
Unfortunately, if your
record is incomplete or has
errors, your changes of
being advanced are severely
reduced. This should never
happen. You have the tools
you need to review every-
thing the selection board
will see. To not do so is sim-
ple neglect.
A final word to our junior
Sailors your permanent
record starts when you
attain the rank of petty offi-
cer second class. At least
annually, you should order
your CD and review your
on-line information.
If you do this each year,
and pay close attention, you
will know early if a problem
presents itself in your
record. Learning about
errors at the last moment
might not allow you enough
time to correct them before
a board convenes.


ON THE HOMEFRONT

Reality dating show is emotional outlet for stay-at-home moms


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Another season of
ABC's "The Bache-
lor" has begun, and
that can only mean one
thing: my children now have
to get to bed as soon as they
hear, "tonight, in one of the
most dramatic rose cere-
monies ever..."
Oh, I'm just a tad
obsessed with the reality TV
show, which gives one lucky
man his choice of 25 excep-
tionally beautiful and skin-
ny women. I'm not even
sure what the appeal is for
me, so don't bother asking.
I I certainly could think of
better ways to spend that
one hour of my life each
week. I could exercise or get
started on my weekly col-
umn so that Im not up writ-
ihg at midnight. But no, I
can't seem to pull myself
away from the romantic
drama unfolding before me.
; And so long as I'm being
honest, I even have to forbid
myself from visiting the
online forums and reading




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buy- my home, my cars, my
mortgage, credit cards, can-
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bought all the insurance
recommended, I would not
have a paycheck. How do I
know what I really need?
MoneyMan sez:
Spending money on insur-
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doing- you can't even see or
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take to not have purchased
when disaster strikes.
It's hard to know which
policies are necessary. Keep
'in mind that, "Fear sells a
lot of insurance," says
Robert Hunter, the director
of insurance for the
Consumer Federation of
America group. In a nut-
shell, the insurance policies
that you really need are life
insurance, preferably a term
life policy, health insurance,
homeowner insurance and
auto insurance.


other Bachelor fans' post-
show comments.
Maybe it's that I got mar-
ried and had children so
young, I live vicariously
through the bachelorettes.
Maybe I like watching all
the hair-dos and outfits.
Maybe I feel deprived
because I've never watched
daytime soap operas.
Or maybe I just need 60-
minutes out of every week
to call mine.
Before my Bachelor obses-
sion, when my husband was
stilled deployed, I revolved
my life around episodes of
HBO's "Sex and the City."
I'm almost ashamed to say
it now, but I literally decided
whether or not to attend
Spouse Club meetings based
on if I'd miss Carrie
Bradshaw and the gang.
But it doesn't take a ther-
apist to analyze that fixa-
tion: I was 26, married with
two children (both in dia-
pers), and my husband was
across the world and calling
me from exotic ports.
My life was hardly glam-
orous, but the women of


"Sex and the City" helped
me to remember that (1) I
was still fabulously female
(even in bunny slippers and
my husband's college T-
shirts) and (2) a new pair of
shoes can fix anything (and
therefore I should buy a
pair for each port my hus-
band visits).
In fact, I credit "Sex and
the City" with getting me
through those long, lonely
months as a military wife.
I suppose my affection for
reality dating shows is due
to the same emotional
make-up which causes me
to stay up all night reading
an Anne Tyler novel, only to
sob at the end and claim it's
the "best book I ever read."
But it's something my
husband will never under-
stand.
With Dustin home, I don't
have a suitable excuse for
putting the kids to bed one
hour early so I can watch
"The Bachelor." No excuse
except that...it's darn good
television! And I love every
minute of it.
Even as I watched the


HEY MONEYMAN!


If you are active duty,
your life insurance can be
purchased through SGLI at
very inexpensive rates and
your health care is free.
Other types of insurance
policies may be unnecessary.
When you purchase insur-
ance, always consider the
purpose of the policy and
the consequences if you are
not covered. Try to avoid
duplicate coverages.
Here are the top 10 insur-
ance policies you probably
do not need:
Mortgage Life Insur-
ance
Credit card loss protec-
tion
Car-rental insurance
Flight insurance
Cancer insurance
Credit life insurance
Credit disability insur-
ance
Involuntary unemploy-
ment insurance
Accidental death insur-
ance
Identity theft insurance
The bottom line with the
majority of these optional
insurance plans is that they
are often very expensive- it


would be smarter to buy a
term life insurance policy that
would cover many of these
issues, at a much lesser cost.
Also, many of these cover-
ages are already offered to
you for free, read the fine
print on your credit cards
and health care coverage.
There is no reason to pay


season premiere several
weeks ago-knowing full
well I will become so
immersed in the show that I
will know all the bache-
lorette's names and occupa-
tions, and I will cry as if
they are my college room-
mate when some of them
don't get a rose-still I
couldn't help myself.
It's like dating a jerk who
everyone warns you about:
"Don't you realize how your
heart will break in the end?"
"Why do you keep going
back for more?!"
Yes, it's true, at the end of
this season I will cry and
stomp my foot at the bache-
lor's choice during the "final
rose ceremony," and I will
swear I won't watch the
next season and have my
heart stomped on again.
It's all going to be OK,
though. Really, it will.
Because, get this, Dustin
promises me it's "just televi-
sion" and it "isn't real."
But what does he know?
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah
smiley.com.




for something you already
have covered! If you read
your policies, think ahead,
and have plans for your
emergencies, you can save
yourself money and not
spend time worrying about
the unexpected.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMaan at 778-0353.


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Words o isdom: Always treat others the
way you would like to be treated.


NCLC offers prep classes
The Navy College Learning Center is offer-
ing free ASVAB/ACT/SAT prep classes.
Classes are offered 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 email jacksonvilleenclc@plato.com.


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


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HS-3's
B Lt. J.g. Kevin
ambley
HS-3 PAO
Cmdr. Thomas I
gerald will rel
Cmdr. Ste
Holmes.and assume (
mand of the I
"Tridents" during a ch
of command cerem
today.
Fitzgerald was bor
Washington, DC. In 1
he graduated from Cat
University with a degri
mechanical engine
and was commission
1986 after completion
Aviation Officer Candi
School. He was design
a naval aviator in 1987.
In January 1
Fitzgerald joined the '
Lions" of HS-15 flying
SH-3H "Sea King."
served as first lieuten
AV/ARM division off
and training officer w
embarking in
Forrestal (CV 59) for
six-month deployment
the Mediterranean
North Arabian Sea
1991, he reported to
Naval Test Pilot Sc:
(TSP), NAS Patuxent R
Md.
After completing I
Fitzgerald worked
Rotary Wing Aircraft
Squadron from 199;
1994 as H-3 test m
manager and as a pr
test pilot in the H-60B
aircraft.
Subsequently, he
assigned to the "Charg
of HS-14 as a second
lieutenant in order to a
the squadron transi


change of command is today
S.:: USNS Mount Baker (T-AE
S34) After completion of the
OPEVAL, he assumed the
Duties as VX-1's Rotary
Fitz- Wing department head
even cf where he was in charge of
com- :he s dall the Navy's helicopter
IS-3 operational test programs
ange .including the operational
ony evaluation (OT-IIA) of the
MH-60R.
n in Fitzgerald is married to
985, the former, Juliet Shannon.
holic They have two sons,
ee in Tommy and Seamus and
ring one daughter, Riley.
od in Holmes stands relieved
n o after an extremely success-
date Cmdr. Thomas Fitzgerald Cmdr. Steve Holmes ful tour by fostering a corm-
ated
from the SH-3H to the SH- tive officer and operations mand environment dedicat-
988, 60F/HH-60H. After the air- officer. He also deployed on ed to meeting the
"Red craft transition, the board USS Eisenhower "Tridents" war fighting
the squadron completed a (CVN 69) and USS George mission.
He homeport change from San Washington (CVN 73) to Holmes expertly trained
iant, Diego to Atsugi, Japan and the Arabian Gulf and and led 25 aircrew and 226
ficer was assigned to CVW-5. Mediterranean. enlisted personnel, and fly-
vhile While with HS-14, he In August 2000, ing and maintaining seven
USS performed duties as the Fitzgerald transferred to H-60F/H aircraft. The
two NATOPS officer and quali- Air Test and Evaluation "Tridents" flew over 1,192
ts to ty assurance officer and Squadron One (VX-1) and sorties with a 99 percent
and deployed on board USS worked as the Develop- sorties with a 99 percent
In Independence (CV 62). mental Test/ Operational sortie completion rate,
U.S. From 1996 to 1997, Test Liaison officer. logged more than 2,515
hool Fitzgerald worked at Naval He worked extensively mishap free flight hours,
river, Air Systems Command, with Rotary Wing Aircraft and executed a $1.3 million
PMA-299, as the H-60 In- Test Squadron (HX-21) dur- dollar budget.
FPS, Service Support Team pro- ing the initial MH-60R and Additionly, his incorpora-
at gram team leader and later MH-60S developmental tion of operation risk man-
Test as the first MH-60S Deputy testing. During the opera- agement concepts was laud-
2 to Program Manager. Halfway tional evaluation (OPE- ed by the Navy Safety
odel through that tour, PMA-299 VAL) of the MH-60S, he Center as a model program
oject made a homeport change was VX-1's officer in charge and a key contributor to the
/F/H from Crystal City, Va. to of the test.and 'ongib t
NAS Patuxent River, Md. During OPEVAL, Fitz- command's ongoing safety
was From 1998 to 2000, gerald took the MH-60S on trend.
.ers" Fitzgerald was again its first operational detach- During his tenure, HS-3
tour assigned to the HS-15 "Red ments aboard USS Wasp enjoyed a climate of high
ssist Lions" flying the SH-60F/ (LHD 1), USS George morale, self-improvement
tion HH-60H as the administra- Washington (CVN 73) and and professional excellence.


Photo courtesy of VP-45
The family and friends of retired Navy Capt. Joseph
Notargiacomo, meet the aircrew before they perform a burial
at sea ceremony. Family and friends who attended the memo-
rial service are (front row, left to right): Retired Navy Capt.
Buck Rabuck, daughters Jinja, Jorja, Eva, Chaplain (Lt.) Troy
Todd, JoAnn Notargiacomo, and cousin John Labella and his
wife, Nancy.

'Pelicans' honor former

CO with burial at sea
By Lt. j.g. Dennis Mith
VP-45 PAO
Last Friday, VP-45 had a unique opportunity to honor
one of their former commanding officers, retired
Navy Capt. Joseph Notargiacomo, who passed away
Jan. 9 at the age of 71 in Lancaster City, Pa. In accor-
dance with his last wishes and at the request of his wife,
JoAnn, a VP-45 crew performed a burial at sea ceremony
from a P-3C aircraft dispersing his ashes over the Atlantic
Ocean off the Jacksonville coast.
The morning began with a memorial service led by
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11
Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd, in the squadron spaces.
Attending the service were Mrs. Notargiacomo, her three
daughters, retired Navy Capt. "Buck" Rabuck and friends,
John and Nancy Labella. After the service, the family and
friends were escorted to the flight line where they took a
tour of the aircraft and met the crew who would perform
the burial.
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'Sunseekers' build with Habitat for Humanity


By Lt. Cmdr. Todd Shipman
VR-58 PAO
"Br building Homes with
God's people in need,"
is the motto of the Clay
County chapter of Habitat for
Humanity. That's exactly what
several members of VR-58 did on
a recent Friday morning.
At 8 a.m. on April 8, 28 mem-
bers of VR-58 turned out in their
Gold "Sunseeker" T-shirts to work
on one of the 16 Habitat for
Humanity homes currently under
construction in Clay County. VR-
58 is a Naval Reserve Fleet
Logistics Support Squadron
based at NAS Jacksonville. For
more than six hours, the team of
volunteers worked on painting
the interior, installing vinyl fascia
and placing siding on the exterior.
VR-58 personnel contributed
approximately 170 man-hours
during their most recent quarter-
ly outing with Habitat for
Humanity. Lunch was provided
for the volunteers by sight super-
visor Anita Hinkle. "It gives me a
great feeling of satisfaction to be
part of a project that helps others
in need," said PN3 Amy Ingles,
who was one of the volunteers.
"This outstanding effort from
the Sunseeker team couldn't have
been possible without the tremen-
dous support from the command


Photos courtesy of VR-58
AMCS Carl Miles cuts vinyl siding while AM1 Wulf Werner and AMC
Penny Gorton watch.


and the Commanding Officer,
Cmdr. Will Hall. VR-58 really
makes volunteering and giving
back to the community ,easy," said
Command Master Chief and
Volunteer CMDCM(AW) Gerald
Thomas.
"Habitat for Humanity is an
outstanding organization and a
great way to give back to the local
community that is so supportive
of the military," added VR-58
Executive Officer Cmdr. Nigel
MacWilkinson. "I'm really proud
of the large turnout of VR-58 per-


sonnel. It really shows the pride,
professionalism and generosity of
the Sunseeker team."
VR-58 command coordinator for
Habitat for Humanity is HM1
Timothy Faison. But you don't
have to be a member of the
squadron to volunteer on a
Habitat for Humanity project.
Anyone interested in volunteer-
ing can contact Anita Hinkle, vol-
unteer coordinator for Clay
County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc. at (904) 282-7590 or email
anitacchh4@bellsouth.net.


Lt. Cmdr. Rich Shettler, left on ladder, and Lt. Cmdr. Garret Edmonds wait
for a cut piece of siding to install.


CMDCM(AW)
Gerald Thomas,
left, installs vinyl
fascia while AMI
Wulf Werner
supervises.


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he Navy League of
Mayport is hosting
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.
Guest speaker will be
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Vern Clark. Other
distinguished veterans of
the historic battle will also
attend this year's dinner.
Purchase your ticket
today for an opportunity to
meet these "national treas-
ures" and hear their WWII
adventures first hand. The
evening promises to be
emotional and patriotic and
will provide an excellent
opportunity to connect with,
survivors of what histori-:


$4U and 06 ana above,
civilians and retirees $50.
The cost includes an
evening of fine dining and
entertainment, camarad-
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Uniform will be dinner
dress white jacket for 04
and above and dinner dress
white/dinner dress whites
for E9 and below. Cocktails
begin at 6:30 p.m. and din-
ner at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased


irom the following loca-
tions: 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.


May 3-9:15-11:15 a.m.
May 25 1:30-3:30 p.m.
June 7 9:15-11:15 a.m.
June 22 3-5 p.m.
The classes will be in the Internal Medicine Conference Room
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By Lt. j.g. Helen Watson
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he "Maulers" of VS-32 recently
selected AE1(AW/SW) Deme-
trius Brown as their newest Su-
pervisor of the Quarter. Brown earned
the honor for his exceptional perform-
ance as the Electrical/Instrument
Branch leading petty officer in the
Mauler Maintenance Department.
Brown's resolute leadership of 20
junior personnel in the Electrical/
Instrument Branch played a key role
in the squadron's combat readiness
during the first quarter of 2005. His
hard work provided for the smooth
transfer of two fully mission capable
S-3B Vikings from VS-32 to other
squadrons, as well as the incorpora-
tion of 18 improvement directives into
squadron aircraft. His efforts also
ensured the availability of an
increased number of mission-ready
jets, allowing the squadron to meet
extensive mission requirements in
aircrew training.
Brown set an impressive example
and was instrumental to many of his
personnel attaining higher-level qual-
ifications this past quarter. He contin-
uously motivates the airmen in his


AEI(AW/SW) Demetrius Brown's hard v
jets mission-ready.
shop to strive for excellence and effi-
ciency while stressing safety meas-
ures. Airmen under his guidance have
recently been named the Plane
Captain of the Year, Junior Mauler of
the Year and Mauler of the Year. His
Sailor of the Quarter award certifi-
cate cites his superior leadership
qualities along with his ability to
bring the entire branch together to
achieve common goals.
"Petty Officer Brown's concerned
effort to ensure [his work center] is
one of the most qualified and self-sus-
taining shops in the Maintenance
Department is evident in the team-


Household goods offers advice on be,


From Naval Supply
Systems Command
Office of Corporate
Communications


he Household Goods
division of the Naval
Supply Systems
Command (NAVSUP) is
encouraging Sailors to
start planning now and be
flexible in order to beat the
peak season household
goods moving rush, from
May through August.
These months are a busy
time for service members
who are moving household
goods, due to overloaded
packing crews and short
supplies of trucks and stor-
age capacity.
Sailors can be better pre-
pared for household goods
moves by being informed,
planning ahead, remaining
flexible and using the
SMART WebMove online
moving tool.
"Moving can be a stress-
ful time for Navy families,
but knowing what to
expect and prior planning
can alleviate many of the
worries associated with
household goods moves,"
noted Ron Fevola,
NAVSUP's House-hold
Goods director.
Household Goods offers
some helpful tips to help


make moving easier for
service members.
Married service members
should include their spouse
during move counseling to
better communicate moving
needs. If one spouse cannot
supervise the move, then
the other spouse should be
prepared to do so.
"Both spouses also
should know what to do in
case of difficulty during a
move, and know their
responsibilities in releas-
ing and accepting ship-
ments," Fevola added.
Household Goods advises
that members can also avoid
excess costs by taking the
time to estimate shipment
weights. It is their responsi-
bility to keep personal prop-
erty under their weight
allowance; shipping excess
weight can be expensive.
Plans can change be-
tween when the move
application is made and
the time the shipment is
delivered. When any
change occurs that could
affect a shipment, mem-
bers are encouraged to
immediately contact the
destination's personal
property office with the
new information.
Members should then con-
tact the personal property
office immediately upon


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their loved one serves and protects our country.
FCCJ is awarding a scholarship to service members or
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All service members or beneficiaries who have not been
awarded an associate degree or certificate but are working
on an associate degree at FCCJ are eligible to apply. The
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arrival at the dest
and provide updated
information. At that
is advised to ask
shipment weight.
weight is above you
allowance, ask to ha
ments re-weighed
delivery.
Finally, on the d
date, the member n
be sure they ar
between 8 a.m. and
to avoid charges
attempted delivery.
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that members be
about delivery dal
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date plus alternate
Fevola conlude
members do not t
wait to get the ball
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moving process,"
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the move applicat
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al property office."
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Photo by Lt. j.g. Helen Watson
work is critical in keeping the "Maulers"

work and camaraderie exhibited by
the sailors under his command," said
his Division Officer Lt. Karl Fossum.
Intense work ethic coupled with
modest approachability make Brown
a critical asset in the Mauler work-
force. His dedication and leadership
have indisputably contributed to VS-
32's broad operational capabilities
and combat readiness.
Brown hails from St Louis, Mo. He
has served in the Navy for 15 years,
the last 18 months with VS-32. He
lives in Jacksonville with his wife,
Kimberly and their one-year-old son,
Deantae.

ating moving rush
tination locations overseas. To sub-
I contact mit an application online,
time, it visit SMART WebMove at
for the www.smartwebmove.nav-
If the sup.navy.mil.
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before at 1-800-444-7789 or con-
tact the local personal
delivery property office for ques-
needs to tions about household
e home goods transportation and
d 5 p.m. storage entitlements.
for an The following sites pro-
During vide more information on
advised moving:
flexible "It's Your Move" booklet
tes, and at http://afmove.hq.af.mil/
delivery docs/itsymv.htm.
dates. "Shipping and Storing
Es that Your POV" booklet at www.
have to mtmc.army.mil/frontDoor/
rolling. 0,1865,OID=4-26-9762-
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insignia to Capt. Rich Heimerle, VP-30 command-
ing officer. Heimerle accepted the artwork in front
of squadron personnel during quarters that after-
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under seven different commanding officers and
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Navy Capt. Ron Castle, a former VP-30 command-
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insignia on every VP-30 aircraft fpr more than 30
years. Upon his retirement in 1978, Castle present-
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place for this historic piece of art," said Picard.
"I've enjoyed having it over the years, but I'm glad
to give it back to the squadron now. Besides, I will
always see it when I see the tail insignia on a VP-30
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Jax Mr NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 21, 2005 7


Being alert can reduce traffic mi


By Ron Williamson
NAS Jax Safety Officer
A s we approach the
summer driving sea-
on, traffic safety con-
tinues to be an interest item
here at NAS Jax and with
the Secretary of the Navy.
Security recently released
the number of citations
issued due to moving viola-
tion for the first three
months of this calendar
year. The number one mov-
ing violation citation issued,
48 percent of all the tickets,
was for speeding.
The maximum speed on
the station is 35-mph, on
Yorktown Avenue and on a
section of Child Street.
Birmingham, Mustin and
parts of Child Street are 30-
mph. Most of the cross
streets are 20-mph and
parking lots are down to ten
mph.
The vast majorities, of our
station drivers do the speed
limit on the station and are
safe drivers. However, for
the few who do speed, the
slight increase in time saved
is not worth the ticket, or
possibly the accident.
The second largest num-
ber of moving citations writ-
ten, 15 percent, was for run-
ning stop signs. These are


Photo byJO1 Mike England
ABF2 Harold Hester of the NAS lax Security Department places cones on Yorktown Avenue to
help direct outbound afternoon traffic Tuesday.


probably the folks who roll
through the sign and not
fully stop. This is acceptable
for a yield sign, but you
must fully stop at a stop
sign.
Following this category
are citations issued for run-
ning red lights. This catego-
ry, making up seven percent
of the tickets written, can


cause more consequences
that are serious.
An auto mishap caused by
running a red light is usual-
ly one of the more serious
ones that occur on the sta-
tion. What is worse about
this habit is if you find your-
self running lights on the
station, you are probably
running lights in town


where the traffic is heavier
and the chances of having a
traffic mishap increase.
Aggressive driving is
probably the most common
moving citations written.
(Want to find out if you're
an aggressive driver?) Take
the quiz at www.aaafounda-
tion.org/quizzes/index.cfm?b
utton=aggressive).


Fortunately, few citations
are needed to be specifically
written at NAS Jax for
aggressive driving.
The other traffic safety
concerns we in safety hear
about are complaints con-
cerning drivers using cell
phones. Neither the State of
Florida nor NAS Jackson-
ville currently has any
restrictions on the use of
cell phones while driving.
(The Navy is looking into
this now.)
There are also, no statis-
tics kept concerning on-sta-
tion motor vehicle mishaps
where use of cell phones
may have been a contribut-
ing factor. But, it is easy to
see they can be a distraction
while driving.
NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
recently met with security
and safety personnel on
what was causing so many
traffic mishaps on Yorktown
Avenue during three lanes
of travel out of the station.
With the Naval Air Depot
leaving at 2:30 p.m., the
three lanes out of the sta-
tion are operational for
longer hours. The traffic is
now more spread out in the
afternoon leaving the sta-
tion, and there has been an
increase in mishaps, as per-


Chaplain's Comer: It's all about the attitude


By Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel
I remember my first Navy Chaplain's
Birthday Ball. It was held at an
exquisite restaurant, and everyone
was decked out and looking sharp.
After a few appetizers with a few
glasses of diet-coke (gently shaken, not
stirred), I headed off to the bathroom.
Please forgive me for being crass but
there is a point to this story. I
approached the stand-up urinal and it
smelled foul and odorous. Someone did
not have the decency to flush the toilet.
Rapidly my mind searched for the
dirty low life that could do such a thing.
A chaplain, the very person who should
be well cultured, the one who teaches


ethics to others, a person with a gradu-
ate degree; this person has fallen to the
vast lowliness of life to that of a person
who sleeps under bridges or in parks.
I was gaining in my anger and conde-
scending thoughts that a chaplain would
not have the civility, the very manners
that every southern born mother has
taught their son, to simply pull the lever
down and flush the emission of their
bodily fluid.
Constantly, my mind raced as I felt
like a detective trying to place blame on
a chaplain from the local region. I know
that the chaplains at NAS Jax Chapel
do a good job of flushing, so they were off
the list. Was it the chaplains from


See CHAPLAIN, Page 10


HS-5 Sailor recognized for safety


By Staff
AM3 Robert Tiller was
recently selected as
the HS-5 Safety Pro
for the month of April.
While on board USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN-69), Tiller was per-
forming a turn-around
inspection on an SH-60F
helicopter and discovered
and reported a small tear
on the plastic coated Power
Available Spindle (PAS)
cable of the number one


engine.
After an inspection of the
cable by a power plant tech-
nician, it was determined
that a catastrophic failure
of the cable was imminent
and that the aircrew's abili-
ty to maintain the aircraft's
engine speed within its pre-
scribed parameters would
be significantly altered.
Tiller's sharp attention to
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prevented the possible loss
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center lane instead of the
far left lane. They forget
about the car to the left of
them and get hit.
About one traffic mishap a
week was occurring just due
to this. It was finally decid-
ed by Dobson, cones in
advance of the major inter-
sections along Yorktown
would be a good reminder of
the three lanes out of the
station (and in during the
morning rush).
Since this was implement-
ed one month ago, there
have been no mishaps from
someone turning from the
wrong lane. Plans are also
in the works for brighter
lane control lights on
Yorktown Avenue for the
immediate future.
Traffic safety involves the
cooperation of all drivers.
Most of our traffic mishaps
occur in parking lots and at
slower speeds. (But injuries
occur there also, as I found
out talking to a Comman-
der, Navy Region Southeast
employee two weeks ago,
who was injured at the
Navy Exchange parking lot
when hit by another driver.)
Also, don't drink and
drive; concentrate on your
driving and stay safe!


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A group of excited friends and family members await the return of their loved ones Sunday.
A group of excited friends and family members await the return of their loved ones Sunday.


By Lt. j.g. Dana Chapin
HS-7 PAO


Lt. Mike Newhart reunites with his daughter, Morganne after returning home from deployment Sunday.


Photo courtesy of HS-7
Members of the HS-7 Det Alpha played an important role at Basra International Airport in Iraq conducting naval
special warfare support, coastal patrol and interdiction and air reconnaissance flights. From left, AWC Brian
Toman, Lt. Cmdr. Pat Kreitzer, AW1 Jeremy Burkart, AWCS Jeff Strickland, Lt. Cmdr. Larry McCullen, AW2
Richard Andraschko, Lt. Ryan Dexter, Lt. Kris Robinson, Lt. John Neuhart and HS-7 Commanding Officer Cmdr.
GaryHansen.


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After six months at sea the HS-7 "Dusty Dogs" returned to the
seawall at NAS Jacksonville this weekend. HS-7 has been
deployed aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) since Oct. 13,
2004 and will be returning to Jacksonville this Sunday and Monday.
After the HST and Carrier Air Wing Three departed the pier at NS
Norfolk, Va, it headed across the Atlantic and began flights off the
Azores and Scotland. On Halloween the carrier transited through the
Straits of Gibraltar and into the Mediterranean. During the transit,
the Dusty Dogs flew three helicopters, conducting anti-terrorism/force


protection.
In early November, the carrier pulled into Souda
Bay, Crete for a port call. Over 5,000 Sailors and
Marines roamed the restaurants, streets, and
shops of the small town of Chania. After four
days in Greece the Truman headed south toward
the Suez Canal. The transit through "the ditch"
takes nearly a full day, and HS-7 pilots and air-
crew stood by in full flight gear in case they were
called upon to launch the helo.
Entering the Suez Canal also marked another
important aspect of the deployment: tax-free.
Paychecks increased by large amounts and Sailors
dreamed of ways to spend this extra money once
they returned home.
The Dusty Dogs kept extremely busy while in
the Gulf. Two of the squadron's seven helicopters
were flown to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, along with
.several maintenance personnel, six pilots and six
aircrew to become Detachment Alpha. Squadron
members lived in heated tents at the Army base
and ate in the enormous mess hall for free. Det
Alpha flew the two HH-60H aircraft in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Often working with SEAL Team 8 of Little
Creek Amphibious Base, Va., Det A conducted
flights in the areas naval special warfare support,
coastal patrol and interdiction and air reconnais-
sance. In December 2004, Detachment Alpha
moved on board USS Essex (LHD 2) for a few
weeks, but the missions remained the same.
Aboard the Truman, the Dusty Dogs supported


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Samantha Simon-
son waves her
American flag as
she awaits the re-
turn of her father,
Lt. Cmdr. Tim Si-
monson from de-
ployment Sunday.
the air wing and


ship by being the primary search and rescue asset and collecting
information on other ships that in the area. The squadron gave logis-
tical support to the carrier strike group by flying passengers and
cargo to and from other Navy ships or airports in the region.
While in the Persian Gulf, USS Harry S. Truman had three port calls.
In December they went to Bahrain for five days. In both January and
February the port call was Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dubai was
popular place with its fancy shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, and
gold souqs. The Dusty Dogs were glad to have two visits there.
After first months of tax-free income, the USS Harry S. Truman
Strike Group finally left the Persian Gulf to begin the long journey
home. The air wing did a few days of flying on the way home. Going
back through the Suez Canal on March 26, Sailors were allowed out
on the flight deck for picture taking. The carrier transited back
through the Straits of Gibraltar April 1. The final port visit was to
Portsmouth, England, only a short train ride from London. Though
the exchange rate did not work in their favor, the Dusty Dogs had a
great time in the United Kingdom.
The Dusty Dogs are happy to be home with their loved ones again
and are taking some much needed leave after a very successful
deployment.


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HS-7 pilots return home from deployment in formation Sunday.





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Family members and friends stood outside for hours waiting for their loved ones from VS-22 to return home from a six-
month deployment Saturday.


Lt. Tim
James
greets his
fiancee,
Alucia
Langston,
after
returning
from
deployment.


Lt. Cmdr. Bob Flynn reunites with his son, Colin.


Photos By
JO0 Mike England


By Lt. j.g. Brain Hockin
VS-22 PAO


he VS-22 "Checkmates" re-
turned home on Monday after
a six-month deployment to
the Arabian Gulf.
The occasion was highlighted with
an eight-plane formation fly-in on
Saturday led by the squadron's
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Gary
Schram. Family and friends, who
have been eagerly awaiting the
Checkmate's return for some time,
welcomed the Checkmates home.
The squadron departed on deploy-
ment on Oct. 13 and arrived on sta-
tion in the Arabian Gulf on board
USS Harry S Truman (CVN-75),
remaining there for five months in
support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The operational tempo in the gulf
was unlike any squadron member
had ever experienced. While on
deployment, the Checkmates totaled
1,169 sorties, flying 3,280 hours
with a 98.3 percent sortie comple-
tion rate.
VS-22 played a crucial role in
Operation Sea Dragon II. The Sea
Dragon II surveillance missions
were flown over the maritime oil
infrastructure throughout the
Arabian Gulf, where the
Checkmate's presence was used to
deter possible terrorist actions.
Squadron aircrew logged over 1,800


hours in
support
of these
missions
while
further-
ing ties
with
allies in
t h e
region.
E ven eW n
with the y
opera- ''-.
tional J l
commit-
ments,
dedicated
VS-22
person-
nel found
time for
profes-
sionaI
and per-
sonal
achieve-
m e n t s. Lt. Cmdr. Kevin Long spen
F i f ty son, Hayden, after returning
seven
squadron
members earned their enlisted avia-
tion warfare specialist designation
and 43 members earned their enlist-
ed surface warfare specialist pins.
The Checkmates had 26 personnel
reenlist, earning more than


VS-22 pilots perform a flyover before returning home from deployment Saturday.


ds some quality time with his 2-year-old
g home.

$354,000 in tax-free bonuses.
Ten sailors were also awarded the
Harry S. Truman "Give 'Em Hell
Hero" award, an honor bestowed on
an individual for outstanding
achievement. Other squadron mem-
bers accumulated more than 60 cred-
its towards their college degrees.
While sustained flight operations
in the gulf demanded hard work and
dedication for long periods of time,
there was time for occasional liberty.
Rewarding port visits were made
throughout the region, including
stops in the Kingdom of Bahrain,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates and
most recently at Portsmouth,
England on the transit home.
IT2 Vonda Bush said of the port
visits, "England and Dubai were my
favorite port visits. Dubai was beau-
tiful and extremely modernized with
great shopping, while England's hos-
pitality was unmatched."
a The achievements, friendships,
and memories that were developed
throughout the deployment will
remain with the Checkmates for life.
The hard work and dedication that
VS-22 exhibited on deployment was
instrumental to the ongoing effort to
stabilize Iraq.
The appreciation for the sacrifices
that the Checkmate's made was evi-
dent on the faces of their loved ones
as they returned home.


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CHART news an


From HRO
he Department of Navy
(DoN) currently has seven
separate, decentralized
recruitment databases and
resume intake centers.
Additionally, each of our seven
regional Human Resources
Service Centers advertises
announcements for those occupa-
tions they service.
In an ongoing effort to improve
our service to our customers, DoN
will be consolidating our recruit-
ment databases and resume
intake centers beginning April 28.
The CHART System will be
down on April 26 and 27.
Applicants will begin submitting
new resumes to the consolidated
database on April 28.
What does this mean to you as
an applicant?
Current announcements except
those ending in SES will close
April 25 and the new consolidated
announcements will open April
28. Please Note: There will be
separate OCAs for U.S. locations
and for overseas locations. (Ex.
DON0301 & DON0301-OS)
Because we are posting all new
announcements and will be using
a new database, you will be
required to submit your resume
-to the new system to receive con-
sideration under the new
announcements.


Beginning April 28, you will
have a 30-day window of opportu-
nity to apply to the new
announcements before selections
are made using the new system.
During this time, you will contin-
ue to be considered for positions
that are fill as an applicant?
During the 30-day window list-
ed above, log into your CHART
account, at the following website:
https://chart.donhr.navy.mil click
on MY RESUME and review each
section of your resume to ensure
it is complete and up-to-date. We
are adding new choices to some of
our menus under MY RESUME:
New appointment eligibility -
Postal Service, Peace Corp and
other Unique Authorities.
High Pay Plan Held changed to
eliminate the word Permanent.
Geo Preferences Due to
multiple updates, geographic
preferences will be blank and
applicants will have to re-select
prior to first submission.
Low Pay Plan Accept Will
be replaced by pay plan and
grade prompts during submission
process for each Open Continuous
Announcement.
After your resume is complete,
click on Search for Jobs to find a
new job opportunity announce-
ment you wish to apply to. Hint:
Open continuous announcement
numbers will be prefixed by DoN
(Ex. DON0301 for US Locations,


id updates

DON0301-OS for Overseas design
Locations). Once the announce- My No
ment has displayed, choose the My S
Apply Now button located on the My
Announcement. Select Go to My against
Resume link to submit a new No info
resume in order for updated tem wi
information to flow to the new Locatio
consolidated system. ment ti
Once you have submitted your nated.
updated resume to one announce- continue
ment, and wish to apply for addi- My J
tional announcements, click pull ag
Search for Jobs to find additional system
job opportunity announcements as well
you wish to apply to. Once the select
announcement is displayed, click Reapply
the Apply Now Button. When the (happe
next screen appears, click the Applica
Apply Now link. This announce- specific
ment will be added to your updat- Plans a
ed Resume you submitted in the sen fo
step above. The APPLY NOW fea- Applica
ture will also work for any able to
announcements except those consid
where the announcement number Series/I
ends in -DE. Appl
Other Changes to each of the Proces
tools are outlined below, will
My Account When an appli- Applica
cant updates contact information, resume
it will automatically flow to the use ap:
new system. The applicant no Now). A
longer has to click the Send prompt
Updated Info button. and gra
Search for Jobs No change cy anno
except fewer OCAs posted and all Appl
consolidated OCAs start with Expres
DON instead of individual center applica


for ap
itor.
notices No change.
searches No change.
Status Will only pull
new consolidated system.
formation from the old sys-
ll display. Check Resume
Dn as well as the require-
o select a center is elimi-
-DE Announcements will
e to not be shown.
rob Interests Will only
against new consolidated
. Check Resume Location
1 as the requirement to
a center is eliminated.
y Option is also eliminated
ens immediately now).
nts will be able to see the
c Series/MPA and Pay
nd Grades they have cho-
r each announcement.
ants will continue to be
remove themselves from
eration for specific
MPAs.
ly Now Submission
ss Apply Now prompts
remain unchanged.
ants may submit a new
, or if a resume is on file
plication express (Apply
applicants however, will be
ed to select all pay plans
ades attached to the vacan-
uncement.
.y Now Application
ss Apply Now prompts for
nation express remain


Splicants

unchanged, except that on multi-
ple pay plan and grade announce-
ments applicants will be prompted
to select those pay plans and
grades they wish consideration for.
Additional Information
Expiration Dates: Resumes will
be available for six months
instead of one year. You will have
the ability to extend your resume
30 days prior to the expiration
date by clicking the Extend My
Resume button located under my
status.
The Apply Now feature will not
work for announcement numbers
ending in -DE. These still require
a separate resume. Submissions
to -DE announcements will not
replace a resume on file for an
open continuous announcement.
Applicants must be very cau-
tious in submitting a new resume
and tailoring it to the individual
announcements other than -DE.
By doing so, applicants could
delete pertinent job related infor-
mation regarding key skills for
positions covered under the OCA
announcements.
Read the Quick Tips, FAQ's and
Job Announcements. These pro-
vide detailed information about
how to use CHART to search for
and apply to DoN announcements.


CHAPLAIN: Attitude tempered by having all of the facts


But now, I was in a build-
ing full of respectable,


Finally, my mind could
not receive any resolve on


was broken and it could not
be flushed. Wow, what a les-


Mayport? Could it be one of admirable, professional who it might be. In high son I learned that day.
those chaplains of CREDO men who should have the dignity and moral superiori- I learned that appearance
!who do all those retreats to culture and common decen- ty, I advanced to perform isn't everything; sometimes
:St. Simon's Island? Perhaps cy to simply push the lever the noble, respectable, there is a hidden story that
it was a submariner chap- and flush the toilet. admirable deed of flushing needs to be told so that
lain from Kings Bay? Could This was a very special the toilet. One pull, nothing understanding can be
iit be a retired chaplain or a night, all the chaplain's happened. I pulled down, I grasped. That true story
reserve chaplain? I wanted were in this grand estab- pushed up, inside, outside, a leads me to this question;
'to know what type of vaga- lishment wearing their few taps on the main body "How is your attitude
bond could do such a thing. grand Navy evening attire but there were not results. towards those around you"?
SI taught middle school and and yet one amongst this Then it hit me right in the I implore you not to
'in that setting teaching crowd did not flush the toi- middle of my better than quickly jump to a conclu-
'social skills such as flushing let. Who? Who? Who was you attitude that was con- sion before you get a chance
!the toilet was part of the job. the culprit? tainted within me; this toilet to fully check things out, to

MEDALS: New decorations for Iraq and Afghan campaigns
From Page 1 Regularly assigned air ghanistan Campaign Medal Expeditionary Medal.


cials said the qualifying
'period of service for oine
award can't be used to jus-
tify eligibility for the other.
Just one award of each of
the new medals is author-
ized, as no service stars are
prescribed.
No service member is
entitled to wear all three
medals for the same act,
achievement or period of
service.
- The area of eligibility for
the Afghanistan Campaign
Medal includes all the
country's land and air
spaces. The Iraq Campaign
Medal applies for service in
Iraq, its waters out to 12
)autical miles, and the air-
Space over Iraq and its 12-
~nile water area.
:- To qualify for the awards,
service members must have
served in the appropriate
region for 30 consecutive
days or 60 non-consecutive
days, officials said.
Service members also
qualify for the medals if
they have been engaged in
combat during an armed
engagement, regardless of
'he time spent in the area
of eligibility, or were wound-
ed or injured and required
inedical evacuation from
the area of eligibility while
participating in an opera-
tion or on official duties.


crew members flying sorties
into, out of, within, or over
the area of eligibility in
direct support of military
operations also qualify, with
each day of operations count-
ing as one day of eligibility.
On the uniform, the Af-


will be positioned below the
Kosovo Campaign Medal and
above the Iraq Campaign
Medal. The Iraq Campaign
Medal will be positioned
below the Afghanistan
Campaign Medal and above
the Global War on Terrorism


Each military department
will serve as the awarding
authority for the new cam-
paign medals and issue reg-
ulations for processing,
awarding and wearing
them, officials said.


hear the all sides of he
story that goes with the sit-
uation. The next time that
you encounter a situation
that makes you want to
quickly run and cast blame
and judgment, learn this


lesson from your chaplain;
take a deep, deep breath
and try not to condemn nor
blame others for something
that they did not do, nor
could they control.


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axAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 21, 2005 11


Fisherman strive to catch biggest bass


ByJ01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
K t the crack of dawn
last Saturday, 100
glers headed to the
Mulberry Cove Marina to
participate in the 23rd
Annual Bass Tournament.
The event was open to all
active duty members,
retirees, DoD, NAF employ-
ees and contractors with
access to the base.
Teams consisted of two
members per boat. The top
seven teams received
awards for their efforts.
Placing first were Joe
Barnard and Lee Stalvey
who caught 22.72 lbs worth
of bass. They were awarded
a check for $1,359 and cer-
tificates of achievement.
Barnard and Stalvey also
won the Big Bass Pot, which
was worth $670.
Taking second place was
Larry Campbell and Chris
Vaughn who reeled in 16.56
lbs worth of fish and win-
ning third was Jerry
Redmond and Buzz
Braughton who caught 15.5
lbs worth of fish.
Other winners included:
Robert Dewberry, Hershel
Newman Jim Hudson, Ryan
Gonzales, Don Lamb, Bobby
Romanelli, Hank Bailey and
John Wywn.
All participants received a
free tournament hat, spon-
sor bag with promotional
items, tickets for door prizes
and free food and beverages
at the weigh-in.
EARTH DAY:
From Page 1
many of the adults gath-
ered information while
their children grabbed
some of the other goodies.
"I'm came today because
I'm concerned about our
planet. I wanted to see the
exhibits and see what's
going on down here. I plan
to read the literature I
picked up about NAS Jax,"
stated Jacque Hahn, a resi-
dent of Jacksonville.
The first Earth Day cele-


Photos byJO1 Mike England
St. Johns Bass Anglers Club member Jack Avery weighs the day's catch for a couple of tourna-
ment participants Saturday as (from left) Terry Cox, Rick Herman and Chad Fox look on.


Sponsors included: Ninth
& Main/Henrietta's Rest-
aurant, Krispy Kreme,
Adamec Harley-Davidson,
Lewis Marine Supply, Coca-
Cola, North Florida
Sales/Budweiser, Columbia
Knife and Tool, Persuader
Lures, Cycle Accessories
West, Pure Fishing,
Inc/Mitchell Reels, NAS Jax
Commissary, Southeast
Atlantic Beverage/Seven-
Up, Grainger, Springfield
Preservation & Revitali-
zation, The Home Depot,
Sunbelt Coffee, Inksmith &
Rogers Tattoo, West Marine,
Jax Suns Baseball,
Woodcraft, Jiffy Lube
Service Centers and
Ramirez Restaurant.


(From left) Richard Lee and Richard Lee Jr. look on as Marc
White secures their boat after returning from a day out on the
water fishing in the bass tournament.


Next year's tournament
will be held the first or sec-
ond week of April. For more


34th international observance


bration began in 1970 as
part of a nationwide grass-
roots demonstration.
The United States recog-
nizes Earth Day on April 22,
however many of the events
celebrating this day are held
throughout the week.
Over the years, Earth Day


events have become much
more professionally-organ-
ized. It's a special time to
reflect on our surroundings
and what each and every one
of us can to do protect our
environment for the genera-
tions to come.


information call Mulberry
Cove Marina at 542-3260.


(From left) Joe Barnard and Lee Stalvey accept a check for
$1,359 from Morale, Welfare and Recreation employee Rene
Cox Saturday for finishing first in this year's bass tournament.

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Tuesday paper
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April 25 May 16
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 5-8 p.m.
$100
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Texas Hold-em Tournament
Tonight
Tourney begins at 7 p.m.

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Liberty Cove, 2 p.m.


Grand-prize


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Lt. Chris Stillion of VP-16 along with his wife, Lisa and daugh-
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package during the free bowling event at the Freedom Lanes
Bowling Alley at NAS Jax April 2. Six hundred participants at
the event bowled 1,200 games. They were also able to meet
Professional Bowling Association Senior Tour Member Tommy
Nevitt and were treated to free hotdogs and refreshments.
"This was an awesome event. I would love to see more events
like this in the bowling center. And, I look forward to positive
improvements during the upcoming renovation project," said
AMEAN Adam Elliot of VP-30.


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Suns Baseball Game
April25
Shuttle leaves Liberty at 5 p.m.

Overnight trip to Tampa & Bush Gardens
May 6-8
Cost is $60/person includes two nights lodging and
transportation.



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- p.m.



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Watch your favorite college or pro basketball games.
Wednesday night Karaoke
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April 23, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Registration packets must be completed and turned into
YAC by April 20.
Fees based on total household income.
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FFSC offers educational


and support
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Edu-
cation and Support Pro-
gram is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accommo-
dations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in April and
May:
April 25-28, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assist-
ance Program (retiring)
May 4, 8-11:30 a.m. -
Smooth Move Workshop

Parenting

class offered

at FFSC

From the FFSC
T he 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
Tuesday from 1-2:30 p.m.
in Building 554 and are
open to all active duty,
retirees and family mem-
bers.
The classes are general
parenting classes for those
who have children ranging
in age from 5-11. You must
attend at least nine ses-
sions to receive a certifi-
cate of completion. These
classes do not meet court-
ordered requirements for
parenting classes.
To register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


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7:05 p.m. vs. West Tennessee
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re $2.50, $4.50 and $7.50. Tickets
sale now at I.T.T. at NAS
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programs
May 9-12, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assist-
ance Program (separating)
May 19, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management Work-
shop
May 23-26, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assist-
ance Program (retiring)
May 24, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 21, 2005 13

7


By Phil Collins
Mulberry Cove Marina Manager
he second regatta (sailboat
race) of the four-regatta
Memorial One-Design se-
ries started on a sunny day April
9. Sailing in front of the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department's Mulberry
Cove Marina and Navy Jackson-
ville Yacht Club, nine Flying
Scots entered the race, four of
which were from NAS Jackson-
ville.
Winds started out at four to six
knots, but increased to 15 knots
by afternoon, making for some
very fast races.
The sailboats competed in five
races throughout the afternoon
and the final score resulted in a
first place win for Dave
Strickland and Melissa Gann of
the Rudder Club, second place
went to Donna Mohr and Jon
Hamilton or the Rudder Club and
our own NAS Jacksonville team
of AWl Elmer DePalma and
crewmembers Bruce and Sayse
Knowles, placed third in the
MWR sailboat.
All MWR NAS Jacksonville
competitors agreed that the
crackling new sails made a huge
difference in sailing, and vowed to


Photos by Phil Collins
(From left) Accepting the third
place certificate are Bruce and
Sayse Knowles and AWl Elmer
DePalma with NAS jax Yacht Club
Commodore Steve Spicklemier pre-
senting the certificate.
avenge their loss at the hands of
"outsiders." After the regatta, all
the sailors enjoyed free food and
refreshments at the Navy
Jacksonville Yacht Club.
The Memorial One Design
series consists of four regattas
through the summer, to deter-
mine the 2005 Grand Champion.
The same make and model sail-
boats compete against one anoth-
er, with the skills of the individ-
ual sailors setting the winners
apart.
Race fees are $10 for the day's
event and sailboats rented from


Nine Flying Scots leaving the start line for the first race during a regatta April 9 sponsored by the Mulberry Cove
Marina and NAS Jax Yacht Club.


Mulberry Cove Marina are free
(with a Skipper "B" card or onsite
proof of knowledge).
The next Memorial One-Design
regatta will be the Ted Tanier
race on Sept. 18. For those who


cannot wait until then, there is
the annual Armed Forces Regatta
on May 21. Mulberry Cove
Marina is a co-sponsor of this
race and will offer its Flying
Scots, Lasers, and Flying Juniors


to NAS Jacksonville to compete.
For further information and
details, contact the MWR
Mulberry Cove Marina at 542-
3260, or the Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club at 778-0805.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


A big catch


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held in
Building 612 on Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first Saturday
of the month from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more information, call 772-
0242 or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414, National Association of
Retired Federal Employees, invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to their regular monthly meeting the
second Tuesday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library.
For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general membership meet-
ings 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 military 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 further 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 historic riverfront
gardens, view the museum's Masterworks collection 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 MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange Park/Westside
holds their chapter meetings the second Thursday of each month at
10 a.m. at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the Orange Park Mall. Members meet for
playgroups, field trips, MOMS Nite Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at 317-9717 or visit http://groups.first-
coastcommunity.com/momsclub.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's meeting is held
the third Thursday at 7 p.m. of each month at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For more information, call AOC Richard
Holmes at 542-3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired Federal Employees extends an open
invitation to all currently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each
month at the Murray Hill United Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102 or email Herlena.
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Parents Without Partners meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla. For more information, go to
www.pwpnflorida.com.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle safety. They also
have a weekly get together at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue
at 7 p.m. every Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
Several Youth Fishing Derbies are coming up. Events are
being held May 7 at Huguenot Park, June 4 at Hanna Park and Aug.
20 at Oceanway Park. All derbies run from 9 a.m. to noon. A Youth
Fishing Tournament will be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Hanna Park. For more information, call 573-4918.
The 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.
A Motorcycle Ride is being held April 30 to help Markie
Ann Mannix, a 4-year-old girl who has terminal brain cancer. Sign-
ups begin at 11 a.m. at the Saddle Tramp Saloon, with the ride
beginning at noon. The cost is $15 per person. A benefit party will
follow. For more information, call 406-4710.
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 Country
Club at 3901 Monument Boulevard. This celebration will honor five
local high school seniors who will receive over $5,000 in scholarship
monies. The theme is "Servicing Youth Through Educational
Opportunities." Dr. Edythe Abdullah, president, Florida Community
College Jacksonville is the guest speaker. For ticket information, call
Lt. LaSIhelle Hamilton at 542-7045, Lt. Lakesha Chieves at 542-
9212 or Lt. Cmdr. Ethan Josiah at 542-7464.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, NY Sept. 15-18. Call Jules Nagy at 1-888-
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held at Ronnie Van Zant Park on April 2. She caught the
fish using Berkley tackle donated by Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department's Mulberry Cove Marina. Rick
Smith, when not acting as the official fish holder for his
daughter, works at Naval Aviation Depot Jax as an elec-
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14 Jaxlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 21, 2005



USO hosts annual




2olf tournament


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
he Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO, Inc.
held its second annu-
al Bob P. Coonan Memorial
USO Golf Tournament
April 15, to honor former
USO Executive Director
Bob Coonan, who passed
away in February 2003
after battling cancer. The
event teed off after torren-
tial rains washed out the
original date of April 7.
The event raised almost
$50,000 for the USO as
dozens of active and retired
military personnel and
members of the community
competed in the event.
Formerly called the
Annual Charity Golf
Tournament, the USO
changed the name to honor
Coonan. Coonan, a retired
Navy captain, served his
last tour on active duty as
NAS Jack-sonville's execu-
tive officer.
Executive Director of the
Greater Jacksonville Area
USO K.C. McCarthy pre-
sented Chris Coonan, Scott
Coonan and Mike Coonan
with a plaque recognizing


- Ir.tePwe fuWs


(From left) Retired Navy Capt. J.J. Coonan looks on as USO
Employee Gary Kerock registers him for golf tournament.


Photos by JO1 Mike England
Stephen Ledbetter tees off at the first hole of the second
annual Bob Coonan Memorial USO Golf Tournament April 15
held at NAS Jax.


their outstanding play dur-
ing last years tournament.
"The event turned out to
be our most successful yet,"
said McCarthy. "This is a
fun way to raise money and
awareness for the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO."
Senior Professional Golf
Association tour players
Ritchie Bryant, Jaguars
Commentator Brian Sex-
ton and former National
Football League quarter-
back Roman Gabriel, also
lent their support at the


annual golf classic.
Taking top prize this year
was the team comprised of Ed
Bohm, Dennis Bohm, Kurt
Meyer and Reagan Soots.
Winning second place low
net was the team composed
of Rhonda Ferguson,
Charles Legear, Mr. Weiss
and Mr. Mapp. Winning
first place low gross was
the team of Robert
Mancheno, Ed Rhodes,
Ronnie Adames and Kevin
Mobley. The remaining
field received many prizes


donated by businesses
throughout the community.
"The Greater Jacksonville
Area USO Council would
like to thank the NAS
Jacksonville Golf Course,
Capt. Chip Dobson, NAS
Jax commanding officer
and the many volunteers
for all the support they pro-
vided. We are looking for-
ward to next year's tourna-
ment," McCarthy said.
As this event sold out a
week before the event,
those interested in playing
next year should mark
their calendars for April 6,
2006.


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Pablo Medina putts for birdie
at the second hole of the golf
tournament April 15.


BURIAL AT SEA: Former CO honored


From Page 3

At approximately 11 a.m.,
the aircraft, commanded by
Lt. Ron Martin, took off
from NAS Jacksonville and
'with a rock of the wings,
waved goodbye to the fami-
ly and friends before head-
ing out to sea.
SOnce established about
50 nautical miles off the
Jacksonville coast, a part of
the ocean very familiar to
Notargiacomo, the crew-
members commenced a


solemn burial service led by
Todd. At 11:57 a.m. as the
ceremony concluded,
Notargiacomo's ashes were
committed to the sea from
an altitude of 250 feet.
Notargiacomo was born
on May 10, 1933 in Mount
Vernon, N.Y. and entered
military service in 1955 as
a naval aviator.
As a former P-3 pilot, he
served as commanding offi-
cer of VP-45 from 1973-
1974.
Last November, he and


his wife, along with over
100 other VP-45 alumni,
attended the VP-45
Reunion hosted by the
squadron onboard NAS
Jacksonville's Hangar
1000.
Many of the current
Pelicans had the honor of
meeting and swapping sea
stories with Notargiacomo.
Having spent a large por-
tion of his career flying the
mighty Orion, his burial at
sea from a P-3 bearing the
tail feathers of his own


squadron was a fitting way
to celebrate his legacy and
be brought to his final rest-
ing place.
"From one Pelican family
to another, it is truly an
honor to be able to perform
this service for Capt.
Notargiacomo and his fam-
ily during their difficult
time of loss. It is our small
way to pay tribute to his
service. Our thoughts and
prayers are with them as
they move on and continue
the healing process,"


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VS-30 wins basketball championship


By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
he 2004-2005 Intra-
mural Basketball
season was shortened
due to the long awaited air
conditioning construction
project that took place from
Jan. 3 through Feb. 14.
When the shortened sea-
son finished, NCTS had the
best record at 5-1 and
Naval Hospital Blue and
VP-45 finished one game
back with a record of 5-2.
There were 15 teams head-
ing to the single elimina-
tion playoffs.
The number one seed,
NCTS defeated Naval
Hospital White, however, it
was determined that NCTS
was in violation of the aug-
mentation rule and there-
fore, they were forfeited
from the playoffs. The sur-
prises of the playoffs were
Air Ops (No. 5 seed) and
VS-30 ( No. 11 seed).
Air Ops bounced VP-45
(No. 4 seed) out of the play-
offs with a 74-72 victory
and then knocked Naval
Hospital White (No. 10
seed) out of the playoffs by
the score of 64-61.
Meanwhile, VS-30 was
taking care of business
defeating VP-30 O's (No. 6
seed) 66-52 to face Naval
Hospital Blue (No. 3 seed).
VS-30 bounced Naval
Hospital Blue out of the
playoffs with a 55-37
blowout sending them to
the semi-finals against HS-
15 (No. 2 seed).
Once again, VS-30 proved
that they were a force to be
reckoned with as they
knocked off the No. 2 seed
by the score of 59-50. The
stage was finally set for Air


Photos by Bill Bonser
VS-30 poses for a team photo after capturing the 2005
Intramural Basketball Championship.


Ops (No. 5 seed) and VS-30
(No. 11 seed) to square off
for the 2005 Intramural
Basketball Championship.
The first half was a
dandy as both teams played
to a 32-point tie. Ronnie
Everett (Air Ops) led all
scorers with 11 points and
Adrian Jackson led VS-30
with 10 points at the half.
At the halfway point in
the second half, VS-30 had
taken a 45-38 lead. Down
the stretch, VS-30's
Anthony Troupe caught on
fire hitting three-three
pointers and four free
throws to give VS-30 a com-
manding 65-51 lead with
three minutes remaining.
Another key to VS-30's
success happened at the
4:37 mark when Ronnie
Everett (Air Ops) fouled out
of the game with 15 points.
With less than a minute in
the game, James Walker hit
two-threes to get Air Ops
within seven points, but it
was not enough as VS-30
converted some free throws
to take the championship
by the score of 72-63.


James Walker of Air Ops
looks to pass the ball to his
teammate Ronnie Everett
while being guarded by
Baretta Collins of VS-30.

Jackson and Troupe each
contributed 21 and 19
points respectively to
account for 40 of the 72
points VS-30 scored.


.SPOI

Tennis tourney slated
An open singles tennis tour-
nament 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 tomorrow.
Skeet league forming
A Captain's Cup Skeet
League is now forming. The
league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty personnel. Stop by
the gym to pick up the rules and
entry forms to join the league.
Volleyball meeting
planned
An intramural sand volleyball
meeting will be held May 4 at
11:3d a.m. in Building 850,
located on the corner. of
Yorktown and Mustin Roads.
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 provid-
ed.
Golf meeting in May
An intramural golf meeting is
planned for May 18 at 11:30
a.m. at Mulligans. Command
athletic officers or their desig-
nated 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 tourna-
ment 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


ITS & STANDINGS


and women. There will be a sep-
arate men and women's divi-
sion. Each command participant
earns points for their command
for participating and additional
points are awarded for first, sec-
ond 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 provid-
ed.
Navy Southeast
Regional Running and
Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k,
10k, marathons, and/or
triathlons. The Navy will show-
case 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 sanc-
tioned (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 sanc-
tioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the
NS Mayport Sports Coordinator
at 270-5451.

Greybeard Softball


Team
CSCWL
CPRW-
VP-16
VP-30
CNATT
AIMD
CHSWI


Standings
As of April 15
Wins
L 5
11 3
2
2
U 2
2
L 0


Losses
0
2
2
2
3
3
4


Intramural Softball
Standings
As of April 15
Team Wins Losses
AIMD Warriors 5 0
VS-30 4 0
VP-45 4 0
HS-75 2 0
VP-30 6 1
PSD 3 1
VP-62 3 2
VS-32 3 2
NCTS 2 1
CPRW-11 2 2
AIMD 500 2 3
VR-58 1 0
VS-31 1 1
HS-15 1 2
VP-16 1 2
CNATTU 1 3
SERCC 1 4
HS-11 0 0
VP-30 IFT 0 3
AIMD 600 0 4
Naval Hospital 0 4
FACSFAC 0 5
NavHosp Galley 0 2
Intramural Soccer


Stand
As of /
Team
CNATTU
HS-11
VP-45
VS-31
VP-30
Naval Hospital
VS-32
AIMD
Women's


Team
Lady D
VP-16
TPU
Naval H


ings
April 15
Wins
3
2
2


Losses
0
0
1


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1 1
1 2
1 2
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Softball


Standings
As of April 15
Wins
ivas 1
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Losses
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2 ,,


CNATTU takes two to win 2005


Greybeard Basketball Championship


By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
A although the gymnasi-
S um air conditioning
S construction project
shortened the 2005
Greybeard BasketballI
League season, it didn't stop
nine teams from joining the
league, the most teams in at
least 10 years.
The Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training
Unit (CNATTU) Jax fin-
ished the season with a 4-0
record and Commander
Patrol Reconnaissance Wing
(CPRW) 11 finished second
with a 4-1 record.
CNATTU won their first
game of the playoffs defeat-
ing VP-62, 70-39, however,
in the second round, Naval
Computer and Telecom-
munications Station (NCTS)
Jax surprised CNATTU
with a 55-52 victory to send
CNATTU on a long road
through the loser's bracket
in order to have a shot at
the championship.
NCTS was riding high,
but they were quickly
brought back down to earth
as CPRW-11 handed NCTS
a 39-31 loss. The win gave
CPRW-11 a shot at the
championship while waiting
for the winner of NCTS and
CNATTU.
CNATTU was coming off
two victories against VP-16,
55-42 and VP-30, 53-40.
CNATTU was looking for
revenge against NCTS and
they did just that by bounc-
ing NCTS out of the playoffs
with a 43-35 victory.
CNATTU was now look-
ing for revenge against
CPRW-11, the team that
sent them to the loser's
bracket. CNATTU would
have to beat CPRW-11 twice
in order to claim the cham-
pionship.
Jon Ford gave CPRW-11 a
9-8 lead at the end of the
first quarter when he hit a
three pointer. In the second
quarter, CPRW-11 extended
their lead to 18-10 when
Jerry Williams hit a three
and Edward Moore hit two
big shots underneath the
basket.
CNATTU was forced to
put some full court pressure
on CPRW-11 to take a bite
.out of their 22-14 lead. The
pressure worked because
CPRW-11 lacked ball han-
dlers and CNA1TU's Jeffrey


Johnson had some key
steals and easy baskets to
draw them closer until
Williams hit another big.
three pointer at the end of
the half to give CPRW-11 a
25-21 half time lead.
CNATTU's Romico Barnes
provided the spark that
they needed in the third
quarter by hitting three
three-pointers to give
CNATTU the lead for the
first time 30-26. At the end
of the third quarter, CNAT-
TU had a 32-27 lead.
CPRW-11 made only one out


quickness and pulled away
from CPRW-11 to win the
game by the score of 44-36.
The win put both teams
even with one loss and
forced a game two to deter-
mine the 2005 Greybeard
Basketball Champions.
The championship was set
for tip off with the winner
taking home the gold. The
momentum had shifted in
favor of CNATTU and the
tide was turned as they
started the game with a 9-5
lead at the end of the first
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The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit team
members happily display their trophy for winning the 2005
Greybeard Basketball Championship.



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$389k. 904-998-3854 Lease to buy any home m ttrandradektatso L rea (4 2 1 ycorp.com ,4 0 N | TA YLR AcNTsYnFL
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able Idrieana L A ELY1.6 acre $225k764-02687RON OM $1,000. down, 2 yrs or oerAc.
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able to drive staltnLIST AND SELL YOUR 3/1 w/inlaw apt. Needs 1.6acre $22 -022 2lllesslt 90-393 3 c850
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NEEDA LAWYER? Home 4/2 2,420 sf, LAKE FOREST 3/1, LR, 4/2, 2100sf fingrnd p to JU. Great investment.
Accident? Arrest? Divorce? 904-317-0662 or DR, eat In kit, den, 2 car $209,900. ForDetails u 550k for all 4 units or

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AMERICAN STYLE JTB/KERNAN -3/2 FSBO 1700sf 3/2, l 904- 14-3291
UnEICoNtete bkydE1480sf, f/p Ig fncd a / 2 car garage. cor- NEW HOME 3/2. 2cgar
Uncontested bkyd, on end of culde- kI J-ner lot, fenced yard 2800sf, .7ac lot. HO Warr. INVESTOR SPECIAL
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wait) With Kids (a little $189,900 904-465-281329o$128Vets& Duty. 20K*+ Equity! Low LTV.
longer) Since 1981/(by e IN3ERcOASTAts NEWLY RENOV., big hm o 4Active. Assume Loan! (Will Go Fast!)
_Pelican Bay 3/3, tile, lots, 3cargar,.cabinet H MSpriEfeld
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SEEKING BIRTH MOTHER $339,000 904-707-9571 2/1 1200sf low down make offer 744-5678 MilitaryHomeBuyer.com $1IBUY HOUSES $
"Infant Page" born April SECLUDED CONDO $700-$900mo 230-8577 ANY CONDDIIN
20 1967 Beaches Hos- 2/2, Built 2002. Closeto RENT TO OWN 3/1, orcall-N
pial, Jax Beach. Any University & Beaches. renovated, new cpt, 3aches
info please 631-801-2052 $148,500 rotiledquietwcpt330234ach
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" Lake Front & Conservation Lots 40Apartondominiums
" Tennis, Basketball & Volleyball Courts 412Retirement
" Softball & Multi-purpose Fields Com415 murnished
" Playgrounds & Picnic Areas 420 Houses Unfurnished
" Pool & Clubhouse 42S Manufactured
" Nature Trails 427 o Home Lots
S4904-429-01290 Roommates
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400 Apartments
Furnished

N JAX- Ktchntts utl, cable
No pets $180wk + Dep.
On Bus. Line 764-0640

405 Apartments
4 Unfurnished

1 W $199
Move in

MI= 1stRMonth
ley Park
757-0240

$9900 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

Arlington area
ANSLEY OAKS
APARTMENTS
Near JU, 2BR/1.5BA,
large 2 story, central
heat/ air. W/D hkups,
fully equip kit, mini
blinds. $565mo (util.
not included). $500
security dep. Appli-
cation &credit check
required. Clean &
u let Community.
all 724- 7800 ext 2471

Available May 1. Private
upstairs efficiency,
$425 per month, $400
deposit, with 1 yr.
lease. Credit, back
ground check and
references needed.
904-381-0115.
AVONDALE HI RISE
RIVERFRONT
Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd.
Balcony. Heat/AC Paid!
384-6151 Mn-Sat

WESTSIDE
COMMUNITYI TffX,
Offering Spaclousi
1&2BR's & 2 Pools a
STARTING AT $4B j
Close to shopping
FCCJ & Downtownl l
CALL NOW Vilg,
(904) 387-2933BHEB
CF & HAS 2BR Dup Scrud
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
N'SIDE -5/2+Den, new
crpt, vinyl & pnt. Ch/a.
$890m. 904-588-5330

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.


RIVERSIDE/5 Points $700
ch&a. Ig 2br hdwd, strg,
pvt yd. cbV/dsh 230-.288
R'SIDE/DWNTWN-Cheap
Lrg 2 & 3br/lba, ch/a,
w/d, Hosp/Rvr 388-6335
R'side Lrg 1, 2 & 3br's
remodeled ch&a $575-
$900. nego. 561-302-6200
W/S Quality, 1/1 ch/a,
quite,1130 Fountain Rd.
$475. w/wtr. 730.5026

410 Condominiums
3/2- in II Villagio, 1st fir.
corner unit, priv loc.
Gated comm w/ftns
center, avail immed,
$1375mo. 407-622-7048
9A/BAYMEADOWS, The
Reserve 2/2 Ist flr
lakefront $1095m purch
for $169.5k 904-823-0956
9A/GATE 3/2. all
amenities, w/d. eleva-
tors. $ IS 50904 7048169
ARL. 3/2 CONDO FOR
RENT 'NO PETS' 1st fir
apple's, carp, new ac,
pool, nr schools,
churches, shopping
ctrs. $830mo(lncl'd
elect.) 1st & last mo's
rent req'd & 2 ref's, (H)
744-3870, (W)346-5100,
Ask for Barbara C.
BAYMEADOWS 2/2 condo
W/D. Move In Special.
Call 477-1501
BCH/MAYPORT 2/15,
new apDl's. tile fir, w/d
$800m+$400sec.
Avail 5/1.904-4342677
BCHS THE PALMS 2/2
scrn prch, gar, resort
life! $1150. 904-613.2569
FOR RENT 2BR 2BA
condo, new CH&A,
paint & carpet. Unfurn.
w/ appliances, balcony,
attic, in beautiful, safe
Mandarin Glen. Oaks, 2
pools & cabana, $780
mo. Call 307-1345.


410 Condominiums
Brand Hew Rem si
S Plantation Condo
S 1812 sft 3/2.5 w/
Sgar for lease/rent
Gated Comm. "A" rated
schools, olf pools, ten-
nis, volleyball, 11 ml from
NAS Jax $3,250
904-803-4287 or
904-269-1239
HARBOR TOWN at
MIlravista. New 3/3. gar.
facing Intercoastal.
$2500m. Also 50' Slip avi.
Both for long term lease.
904-285-3353/613-8040
ICW/2BR CONDO FURN.
$850m. Dep & Refs.
904-591-2470 Iv msg

Jardin Demer
Close to Beach shops,
transportation.
2BR/2bA. Fully
equipped kitchen W/D,
and garage. ~11ob/mo
$1l00/sec deposit.
9044637020

JAX BCH/PV 3/2j newly
remod., tile, lots of
upgrds, view biks from
bch, scr. prch. gated
comm., gar, 2 Pool's,
fitn.. md r, Avail 5/1,
MUST SEE!
$1450m+dp. 904-234-0115
Jax Bch- 3/2 Brand
New Condo 1600sf
washerdryer, fully
equip, fpl. 1 car gar
410-991-0817
4 Jax Beach 3/2 Brand
New condo 1600 sf
1 washer/dryer fully
equipped fp 1 car
garage (410)991- 0817
SJAX BEACH OCEAN-
FRONT 1/1 w/d,
S$750 wk or $1500mo.
long term. No pets or
smokers 904-962-2839

CITIHOMES OF
SAN MARCO
2 BEDROOM / BATH
UNITS 900 APPROVED FT.
RECENTLY UPGRADED!
UNITS SURROUND






904-519-8510 to view60
SxFEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GRONP

SOUTHSIDE iI Vlllaglo
new 3/2 condo granite
tops. $1250mo. 1st
904-519-8510 to view
S'SIDE/ Ilvlaglo new
lux condo, 2/2.5, 1438sf,
$1150 860-7070
St. Aug 3/2 gar, marsh
view.pool,1700sf $1400
904910 7397
WSIDE 2e2 Water afnt,
Near Riverside. $895m
boat dockage, 757-0778
W'SIDE 3 BR CondoCedar
Creek River,d/w, w/w
carp.Fp, W/D pool,
jacuzzi Boat dock, $900
mO. 904-781-6616
A41C Houses
415 u Furnished

1 Flem Islnd-Great 3/2
Ranch home Ig fenced
Syd w/pool new appi
CHA W/Dr $1350
month $1350 Dep. Pets Neg
Avail now. Must see con-
tact 559-924.2263 or
(904) 75 9662 Alex PCS
42O Houses
4 Unfurnished

"Cottages at Oakleaf'
brand new, 3/2.5. many
amenities, trash &
ground malnt. $1050
(904) 807-4885

WELCOME RemodeWed
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 888389.0540 9010
3/2 Lakefront, modem,
many amenities $1000.
904964-4005. Stark FL
3/2 OFF KERNAN BLVD -
$1250mo + dep.
220-0896
wutDCin .

ARL Ft Caroline 4/2/2,
$1150 mo,Avail 5/23,
904 284- 7644/657-6186
ARL- LIKE NEW 1/1
CONDO Near JU. Also
2/2MH 1.87ac. 349-1360
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. 215-0295
ATL. & KERNAN Beautiful
2/1.5TH at The Seasons,
Gated comm. Cbl & wtr
incl. $1000m, 813-4730
S ATLANIC BCH N2,
yard, garage, W/D
S okupNO PETS.
$895. Call 221-5652 to
view PCSIng.
ATL BCH 3/2, Berber,
J tile, fenc'd yd, gar,
4 w/d hu's No ets,
$895 Call 221-5652 to
view DCSing


FEDEATE

MANAGEMENT~ I

(904) 30-806


ARGYLE
7782 Macdougall Dr.
3/2 1425SF$950

9594 Croxley Court
4/2 1745SF $1125

7819 Loch Lomond
3/2 1781SF $995
NEWLY RENOVATED!

8202 Loch Seaforth
2/2 1100SF $795

7358 Sweet Pea TrI
3/2 1200SF $850
$200 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!

7917 Collins Bay Ct
4/2 1716SF $995

ARLINGTON
11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $850


FERNANDINA BEACH
96301 Ridgewood Cir
4/2 2268SF $925
1/2 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!
MANDARIN
4443 Windergate Dr.
2/2.5 1280SF $750

12102 Dividing Oaks
Trail East
4/2 2800SF $1795
SCREENED POOL!

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


OAKLEAF
PLANTATION
3128 Litchfield Drive
3/2 1312SF $995
$500 OFF 1ST FULL
MONTHS RENT!


ICW
13198 Ebbtide Court 1539 Cotton Clover
3/2 1940SF $1125 4/2 1828SF $1195


12615 Stockwood Ln
3/2 $875
PATIO HOME!

12326 Dunwoody Dr
4/2 18205F $975

3465 Charmont Drive
3/2 1790SF $995

1008 Richmond Dr.
3/2 1500SF $1250

13012 Staffordshire
3/2 1271SF $950
AVAILABLE MAY 1ST!

MAYPORT
2125 Fairway Villas
3/2 912SF $775

MIDDLEBURG
2903 Biloxi Trail
4/2 1635SF $925

3840 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 1356SF $895

3844 Hideaway Ln
4/2 1745SF $995
$100 HOME DEPOT
GIFT CARD!

1624 Twin Oaks
3/2 1272SF $775

2528 Ambrosia
3/2 12115F$850

3572 Whisper Creek
4/2 1745SF $1025

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

1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $885


420 Houses
4 Unfurnished

BAYMEADOWS 3/2,. fen
yd, good schls. $1100 +
awn maint 422-7335
BEACHES OCEAN CAY 4/3
2400 sf. wd firs, on lake
$2500. 613-5179
CF A HAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet Pet OK!
Refts Req 778-2897
0 DAMES POINT AREA
Brand new 3br/2ba.
garage playground,
t avail mid.-June.
$1200-$1300/mo
Call 904-382-1758

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

Eagle Harbor PIne Lake Tom
Hm 2/2 of 1 c g all app
ncl.hools, amenities & -44
FERN. BCH Quiet 2/1
Duplex's. Upstr $925,
Dwn $775m. Ref's. no
pets. 904-56-930456
Fleming ISL/Lake Ridge
S., gated, brand new
one story home, 3/2.
two car gar. "A" rated
schools, amenities &
yard malnt. 11 ml to
AS. $1275 (904)
807-4885
FLEMING ISL 2 & 3br's.
Condo's $1100-$1300.



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a. FLEM ISL-3/2 home
00m. new ap, Ig fen yd
w/pooli2350 /mo
+ dep. Avail now.
Contact (904)759-9662
or (559) 924-2263. Must
See. PCS Move
GREENCOVE/lack Croeek
Waterfront 3/2, 2car
$1600m. 904-616-3907




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II 1 5sf 4br 2.5ba.Pool

904-284-1249
Hyde Park Area.Beautiful
$1300mo. 904-334-8180
I KeMnsgtn $1250,3/2,
2c 1500sf, ap. Inc, fnYd,
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ICW Kensington Gar-I
dens close to NAV STA
3/2, 2car gar, $1200mo.
904 737-2455
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$2200 mo 904-273- 6398
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culdesac, $1495 amen I
Incl 7mo min 333-7231

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porch, 1600sf. $1250roo,
lawn svc club ameni-
ties. 904-278 2334.
N Laurel Landino
3BR/2BTH 1800ISIt
1 Home. New Corlan
Kitchen couRteiteps. 2
Car garage, many extras.
Owner under PCS orders.
ph 576-2789
M'iURG 3/2/1 ap1l's.
avail 4/1,no loot,8675+
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2903 Blioxl Trail
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MIDDEBURa waterfrbtnt
bik crk, 2/1, walk. Way
to crk pine paneIng,
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home, $90mo.2 1/2 off
1st m. 904-730-8060
10970 Lauren Oak Ln. S.
HO NORTHSIDE /
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private let,
screened porch,
$1 400mo Call
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2100sf, private lot.
Screened porch,
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9045098795
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O.P. Oakleaf -3/2,
HUGE Gr. rm. cov proch,
fncd, yd, $1300 291-5208
OAKLEAF NEW, Lease to
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(904) 940-1956,465 1917
OCEANWAY-2/1.5,
$S00sec, $500m.
No pets. 904-879-4785
OCEANWAY wtrfrnt 3/2
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568-7106 910-1154
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2000sf $1250
213-0757 PCS
OP/OAK LEAF 4/2. new,
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a. OP Oakleaf Planta-
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S house w/gar, 1650sf
pool club amenities
500 off 1st mo $175mo.
215-996-0883 (c)
215-740-5811.
OP SOUTH 3/2. 2 car
$925mo. + $600. dep.
1857 Creekbank Dr.
NO Pets. 264- 4970
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 FARMS DUPLEX,
3/1.5, exc. cond..no smk/
pets. $750m. 3881335
ORTeEA Waterfront. 3/2,
gated, gym, pool, $1500


800749-8124 x5545
S'SIDE-3/2 nr UNF & Twn
Ctr. 2c.gar. Avail 5/1. Call
685-2119 $1195/mo+dp.
SOUTHSIDE 3/2, 1200sf,
reflg WD, sec sys, avail
5/1, $105smo + dep Call
992-4537
$'SIDE 3/1. Den, gar,
bright, clean, d area,
NOPETS, $925 737-5791
oDE -3/1, good area.
$7nsm. NOe SMOKING.
Pets possible. 733-2155

*RICK BEAUTY -
w/pool, 4/2. $1500mo +
dep, no pets, 993-8877
ST hN-ST JOHNS GOLF
Sc/C new 4/3 Incl lawn
svc and cable 1675/mo
914-447-7085
TINOUTOWN -3/2 ch/a,
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waterfront Boat dock,
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your back doorl Nr NAS.
Owner a lie. R.E. Agent.
$1500mo. 534-6897
,0/163rd 3/LS new ch/a
No Smk/pets/HUD 5cr.
patio, $875m 777-5955
WS 3br, CH&A, frig.
stove, w/d con. gar.
fncd yd, 384-5833
WNibE/OP- 3/2, 1 cgar
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Collris Rd. 04-783 2817
*W1E 2/1, duplex.
Scnd yd, $525mo. HUD
85 09 erilong, 32210
389-0331 545-4836
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3/2,2/1, pool walk to
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$250 sec Call 249-6444
INSIDE DW, 3ml from DP
bridge, 3/2 $650mo $600 dp.
no pets, 757- 5982/662.-2244.
REGENCY 2/1SW,
l00xl00lot. 12x12 Util.
Shed for w/d,$550m
904-291-.9668/525-4025

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221-8439
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103rd and Old
MIddelburg. Call
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430 Roommates
ARGYLE Male Seeks
Female to share 3/2
nice hm $300mo 1/2 util
N/S, No pets. 813- 8879
BAYMEADOWS/San Jose
$Half million home with
room for rent, all
utilities included: elec,
net. wkly maid svc &
cbl. no dep, no lease
$675mo. 737-5458
L KINSILAND Share 3/2
House. Close to Base
$350m. util. incl. Hot
tub. Pool tbl. 510 0559
LAKEWOOD -Pool tbl,
acuzzi, 2wash/2dryrs,
$125wk. Call Chris
334 8699/262-0338 x212
MAYPORT- furn./unfurn
room, priv. bath, kit
AC, $5O0mo util Incl
434-0779 or 247-4364
OP Room In home with
private bath $350mo.
Incls utils. 904.213.0393
Large 2 Story house
ear 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
ROOMMATE WANTED
Fernandlna Beach
| 3BR/2BA, $350/mo.
utilities included,
security deposit nego-
tiable. 904-277-8026
leave message.
S'SIDE male seeks male
to share house all utils
$125wk. 904-504-2176
W'SIDE Nice 3 BR home,
avail 6/1st. $400 mo +
$400 dp, split utl's
satellite, 904 894-6135

435 oom

ARL: Merrill Rd., Great
N'borhood, $495m. furn.,
incl util. 703-201-5150
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wk & up ncl all utils, cbl
&ph. 838.4769/662-2898
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KINGS INN 725-3343

Near Edward Waters
College unfurn'd $100.
wk. + sec. dep. 728.1582
Near NAS JAX $350
mo $50 dep., ncl.
Phone power.
Call Sandy 908-4016
N JAX. Ktchntts util, cable
No pets $180wk + Dep.
On Bus. Une 764-0640
SRoom In private home
$400 mo + until. North-
4 1 side, cable, wash,
pond in backyard. Call
232-2640 ext 120

Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts
OCEANFRONT-S. Jax Bch
1/1 Beautifully furn.
$1600m. 904-881-5793
ORMOND BCH 4Nights.
Arrive 4/21, leave 4/25.
$450. 904-964-8699





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501 Commercial/
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510 RetaiL tffice Space
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For Sale
ATL. BCH-Dbl lot. Fronts
Mayport Rd & Stanley.
Zoned A C G
(Store/Ofi/Res) $340K.
(904)465.1223 or 246- 3343

FREE STANDING
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BAYMEADOWS Exec.
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525 For Rent

3 NEW RETAIL CENTERS
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3 BULK CANDY VENDING
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ABC LAUNDRY, Great
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CABINET BUSINESS
Training available
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$150K/Yr. income.
Investment $9,995
Free Call 866-803-2268
ESTABLISHED ORIENTAL
Rug Store in Great Area
Min $30,000 per month in
sales for fast sale
$30,000 plus inventory.
Call 739-3993
JAPANESE REST. -in
Tinseltown, Bishop
Realty of N.E. FL Inc.
$130k 854-4448 655-6731
Liquor License 4COP Dval
County, $200,000
Call (904) 631-6917
NEW CONV STORE
FOR SALE -$139K + inv.
obo. Call 710-3184
PHYSICIANS WEIGHTLOSS
CTRS Natl. Franchise
Local Oppty. 269-6909
Rest's. 80K 30K 150K 155K
1M. Dry CI 75K 90K 365K
440K. Club 5M obo, 2.2M.
SPA 175K. 4 homes 285K
Lynn Polley/Frankel
273-0125, Best 962-0844
Tanning + eBay Drop off
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FT Position CDL req'd.
Abletolilt uplo 50 Ibs
Shirt & Tie req'd
Benefits and profit
sharing available.
Apply M-F 9am-.3pm.
2758 Dawn Rd. Jax Fla.
3Z207. Ph: 904 730.S007.

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707 Driver

A $2000 BONUS FOR
EXP'D PETRO DRIVERS
Florida Rock & Tank
Lines, inc.
Minimum requirements:
2 yrs tractor trailer exp.
*year exp. with certif.
Clean MVR
- No DUI's
* Class A CDL w/hazmat
& tanker endorsement.
S25yrs of age & over.
Benefits:
SMin. pay guarantee.
S401K/Profit sharing.
* Paid vacation.
SPaid sick leave.
. Medical/Dental/Vision
* Company paid Life Ins.
SSafety bonuses etc. for
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* short & long term dis-
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BOTTLED WATER ROUTE/
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Good driving record.
Duval Co. area.
40hr/wk. Good bnfts &
Salary.Applicant must
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904-353-7551 for appt.
Cullingan Bottles Water

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AND DELIVERY
Good customer service
skills. Good driving
record. Class B CDL Lic.
Heavy lifting req.
Background Check and
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screen. $9.00/HR+OT+
benefits. Call 737-7870


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and Benefits. Great
Working Environment,
Come Join The Sea-
board Team!! Throw-
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at 445 IGP. 825-0991
EOE / DFWP


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



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Class D license. 2 years
exp, clean MVR. No
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8-11am M-F: 9000
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.uie BIOO 737 1742

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707 Driver
DRIVERS BV&B hiring
CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
region, home nights &
wk nds.- 358.1322.
DRIVERS- Flowers Of
Mandarin needs deliv-
ery person over 21,
va id DL & good driving
rec required, Also con-
tract Drivers needed for
Mothers Day. Apply
10029 San Jose Blvd
betw 2-5 Tues-Fri
DRIVERS- FT CDL Class A
5 yrs exp. MUst have
clean MVR Some lifting
& forklift work reqd.
Great benefits EOE
DFWP Apply M-F 8-5
6550 Trade Center Drive




Class A CDL with
H Endorsement
required. If you are an
experienced driver or
school graduate we
can get you home
almost every day. Call
to find out about the
opportunities. $1000
sign on bonus for
drivers with one year
experience. Recruit-
ing bonus, newpay
pkg & full benefits.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
(904) 764-4516
888- 547 6649
EOE/DFWP
DRIVERS WANTED!
Top $ start immediately,
reliable trans needed.
Average $350 $750/
wk Mike 904-891-8515
Driver
Tired of the same dead
end job?
Join a winning team that
has been Jacksonville's
leader in transporta-
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Average take home
$500-$700 plus weekly
Be your own boss, make
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interested call Tim
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Brian Jeffo at 249-6289
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
At least 1 year experi-
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truck required.
296-1229, 759-0146
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER-
Experienced only need
apply. Class B CDL,
Good pay, vac, benefits,
DFWP EOE 781-7304

Flatbed Driver
Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Class A in state Fl only.
$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000, vacation
& benefits
Call 1-877-328-7512
Monday-Friday
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CARPENTERS- SEMI
SKILLED GENERAL
LABORERS Top day
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1-866-438-5226
LOCAL- home daily CDL
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dump exp reqd. great
pay benefits, vac. hol
Call 877-5i2.F-210 or

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For 10 %heel dump Must
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Apply WoodTre ters
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TRUCK DRIVER
Royalty Foods, one of the
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qualified Tractor-
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benefits & incentives
for a job well done.
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ext 144

709 Aviation
AVIATION JOBS
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Welders (Pipe)
Required to be profi-
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* Medical, Dental, Vision
* 401K Retirement Plan
SVacation & Sick Pay
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CABINET INSTALLATION
FT, exp'd Installer with
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Call Ray at Premier
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904-262-2525 ext. 28

CABINET MAKERS
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CARPENTER Remodeling
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Hourly w/bnfits and pd



Holidays. Must have own
759-9714:;284-3753


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Fernandina & Callahan
area. Residential fram-
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Cal 904-753.5510

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710 Industrial/
710 Trades

CONSTRUCTION
SUPERINTENDENT
-Minimum 5yrs exp
commercial / multi
family construction.

PROJECT MGR
TRAINEE
BCM grad, lyr field exp.
salary, bonus, profit
sharing. 401K, Ins.
Apply after 1:30PM at
Walker & Co. 931 N.
Pennsylvania ave.
Winter Park Fla. or call
for an application
407-645-0500
Employee Applicants
only EOE
DAMAGE TECH: WATER,
FIRE, MOLD We're
growing, need moti-
vated F/T Tech's w/
positive attitude. Wil
train. Hrly+ben.ServPro
W'S. O.P. Jax S. 880-1009
DRIVER / SERVICE TECH
up to $10/hr. for Royal
bath manufacturing.
Clean driving record
DFWP. Call 880-1288 or
apply at 11542 Davis
Creek Ct. Ste #2
ELECTRICAL JOURNEYMEN
with industrial exp&
ELECTRICAL HELPERS
Min of 1 yr exp.
Competitive pay, bnfts
Contact 764-2524
EMBROIDERER/SCREEN
PRINTER- no exp nec.
full benefits. 886-4511
or fax 904-886-0144
DFWP
EXP'D ORDER PICKERS
& FORKLIFT DRIVERS
Clean bckgmd only.
All shifts. Call 399-4171
EOE.

WORKING
SUPERVISOR
Career training position.
Fencing /landscaping.
Good drivers record, D
lic. $10/hr +overtime
medical dental, vision,
vacation, 401K, holiday.
Call 888-340-3922
FLOORS
Wood only, sand & finish.
Top pay, benefits.
EOE DFWP Call 448-6820
FRAMERS & LABORERS
Must have trans & tools.
Call 904-759-1291


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710 Industrial/
710 J Trades

MACHINIST -1st Class
2nd Shift only. EOE.
Besco Inc. 783-4504
MAINTENANCE TECH
Augustine Landing a
Mandarin area retire-
ment Center seeking FT
exp. technician. Com-
petitive salary and
benefits. HVAC a plus.
Fax resume to
904-880-5903
METAL FABRICATOR for
custom ornamental
shop. MUST be able to
layout and fabricate
curved and stair rails,
weld steel and alumi-
num by mig or tig. FT
position for 35 year old
firm. Salary based on
experience. Drug free
workplace. Call for an
appointment. 353-4474
NEED FIBERGLASS WORK
done on my Yacht in
Brunswick. Ed
Rodriguez, Call Me
704 3028
PAINTER/SHOP HELPER
for metal fabrication
firm. Cutting, grinding,
etc. Prime painting
only. Salary based on
experience. Drug Free
workplace. Call
353-4474 for appt.
PAINTER No exp. nec.
Valid DL., Traveling, $59
$10 hr 641-4981 Iv msg
PAINTERS & FOREMEN
with exp for comm'l
work. 387-2414
PAINTERS for new con-
struction, tools/transp
nec. Good pay. 334-7654
PAINTER'S HELPERS
NEEDED DL& vehicle
a must. Experience a
plus. 696-9016

PLASTERERS LATHERS &
LABORERS. experience
only transpt a must.
317-4539-
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
Needed. Excellent
benefits package.
C.W. WO6 PLUMBING
1328 Romney St.
POOL BUILDERS &
CONSTRUCTION HELPERS
w/exp in all aspects,
drivers lic &transp a
plus. Top $$ 591-4197
EXP'D ROOFERS NEEDED
Call 237-4700
or 721- ROOF
ROOFING ESTIMATOR
Residential.
Call 237-4700
SUPERINTENDENTS,
FOREMAN, PIPE LAYERS,
EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TORS- with experience.
to constuct sewer sys-
tem, for immediate
employment, good pay.
Call 904-724-2011 ext
228 or 227, or fax
resume to
904-726-9175
TECHNICIAN
Needed to install and/or
service alarm systems. Part
time evenings and week-


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5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville FL 32209
764-4516
88 547- 6649
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LEGAL SECRETARY
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fax resume to 355-0820

714 Insurance

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Towerhill Safeco -
American Strategic -
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environment. Call Mrs.
Hickox 904-272-7283 or
fax resume 904272-2220

LIFE SALES Our System
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Leads $55k-$80k.
Call Pat 904-280-3806

715 Management/
S Professional



30 hrs/wk with benefits.
2 to 4 year degree in
related field, creative,
flexible person needed
for southside
non-profit. Must have
strong Pagemaker,
Illustrator, and Photo-
shop skills In a window
environment. Excellent
project management
and proofreading.
Fax resume 730-2444 or
email to
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715 Management/
715 JProfessional
APT LEASING
PROFESSIONAL
Full-time position for
energetic sales ori-
ented individual.
Position will require
one weekend day with
a day off during the
week to compensate.
Must have excellent
communication skills
and be interested in
advancement in the
p property management
field. Floater" position
with time spent
between the beach and
Orange Park areas.
Great company paid
benefits program
including health and
401K. Fax resume to
904-779-5220 or e-mail
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New Oakleaf
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Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
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Management/
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I RBHS has the following
openings:
Outreach Counselor
Services for homeless/
mental health/
substance abuse
population. Masters level.
Vocational
Specialist -Adults
BA/BS in Human
Services field or AA/AS
plus experience.
Clinician Juvenile
Justice
Masters In MH or SW
re. Exp population
pref. Rotates Weekends.
For more Info,
please call 743-1883.

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Planning and managing all components of the
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Librarian
Professional librarian work at the graduate
evel in research and reference services, col-
lection development and maintenance,
developing and conducting programs, con-
ducting reader's advisory, cataloging, and/or


Employee Benefits Assistant
Assisting in the administration of the City's
group health, life, deferred compensation, and
miscellaneous benefit programs.

Firefighter
Entry level work in the Protective service
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HUMAN RESOURCE
ASSOCIATE
NAVY EXCHANGE
Excellent Benefits.
Experience which
requires the applicant
to acquire the ability to
apply knowledge of
rules, regulations,
procedures and pro-
gram requirements of
one or more areas of
personnel. Must have
he ability to multi-task
and possess excellent
telephone techniques
and customer service
skills. Working knowl-
edge of Excel, Lotus
123 Word Pro, &
Peoplesoft. To apply
fax res. 904-777-7183.

720 Medical
BACK OFC MA- Primary
care ofc at Bch. 2yrs
exp. req'd. Fax 247-9736
BILLER W/EXP. NEEDED
for psychiatric account.
on MIsys Tiger System
Call 278-5254
CHARGE NURSE: Seeking
for exop'd plastic sur-
gery, Pre-op/clrculat-
Snurse. Fax resume
904 -285 -3931 or call
Loretta 904 285- 7202
Fast Paced Outpatient
Imaing Center in Stu-
art, FL seeking the fol-
lowing full time posi-
tions:
CT TECHNOLOGIST
2 years experience.
Routine exams on
state-of -the-art multi-
slice CT scanner with
separate workstation.
MRI TECHNOLOGIST
5 years experience In
advanced MRI appli-
cations.
NUCLEAR U IIN
Pt i.CHN
2 years experience in all
aspects of Nuclear
Medicine. ARRT or
NMTCB certified.
All positions are Mon..
Fri., no call, holidays, or
weekends. Full benefit
packages available.
lease fax resume to
Suzanne 772223- 7008.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST PRN
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST FT
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RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST
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racillty. FT/ PT avail.
Good compensation
w/Sgn on bonus &profit
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oversight of psychiatric
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File and records magt
data entry, HR liaison.
simple spreadsheets.
Fax resume to ADMIN
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ATTORNEY OFFICE
- Downtown. Review-
ing files and preparing
legal documents. Fax
resume to Janeene at
904-355-1126
GENERAL OFFICE -
Strong data entry, people
and phone skills a must.
Arl/ Southslde area.
Fax resume 724-5925
OFFICE COORDINATOR-
DETAIL ORIENTED.
Prompt, reliable,
mature person. F/T
Must know Quickbboks
& Excel. Exp preferred
Good phone etiquite
Starts 5 $9.50/hr Fax
resume 386-788-1140


72s Office/
725 Clerical

OFFICE MANAGER
for Ira medical practice
in Palataka area. Can-
didate should have
medical billing exp.
Excellent salary and
benefits. Send resume
to 904 461- 7247
RECEPT/SEC'rY

skpnrsces
Call Mr Scott 739-9923
RECEPTIONIST- For
beaches law firm Must
be prof, organized &
have good word pro-
cessng skills. Legal
office exp a plus. Fax
resume 904-287-0592
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3O Professional/
730 Personal
Services
COSMETOLOGIST Needed
Orange Park area.
Call 213-4900 or fax
resume 213-4262
HAIR STYLIST
Hairclub for men and
women is looking for a
talented, creative Styl-
Ist for our Jacksonville
salon. Best benefits
including medical,
dental life, 401k. Pd
time off. Great pay. &
tips. Pd training and no
chair rental.
Call Debbie
904-519-0808 or fax
resume 904-519-0540
MASSAGE THERAPIST/
ESTHETICIAN/HAIR
STYLIST/NAILTECHS.
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Atmosphere
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Is seeking
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ESTIMATOR
To join our TEAM dedi-
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op-rautions and mainte-
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Navy at Naval Air Station
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in Jax Beach Apply in
person or fax resume
241-4321
GENERAL MANAGER -
exp'd. for pizzeria rest.
chain. Willing to travel.
Fax resume and salary
req. 904-727-0028
MAINTENANCE, WEEKEND
SECURITY (EVES),
HOUSEKEEPING
Must work nts/ wknds.
Apply in person:
Homewood Suites
8737 Baymeadows Rd.
SERVES & WAITERS
Seafood exp. needed.
CASHIER Top pay.
Dependable ONLY need
apply at J Trents,

Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorman, Cook & DI
Call 399-1110

745 Sales
A Realistic 110K first
month work from home
PaId dally 904.233.6672

COPIER SALES
SlssaWs Office Systeems
Is expanding our sales
staff. Authorized dealer of
Canon, Kyocera Copystar.
Need motivated & enthu-
siastic reps. Base + Comm
SAuto Cell Medical
Bonuses Training. Send
Resume to Fax # 739-0545.
Email sam@sissines.com
NEW PATIENT SALES
CONSULTANT- Must be
positive, energetic, &
an assertive sales pro
w/exc. comm. skills &
min. 2yrs sales exp.
Great pay & benefits.
Fax resume 904-652-G06SO


River Garden Hebrew Home
Always Recruiting for the Best!

RNs
LPNs
C.N.As
Interested?
Contact Human Resources, 11401 St.
Augustine Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32258,
(904) 260-1818, Fax (904) 886-7768.
www.rivergarden.org
Drug Free Workplace.


750 Technical/
Engineering

COPIER TECH
Sisslnes is expanding.
Authorized dealer of
Kyocera Copystar. Ricoh,
Canon. Need experi-
enced copier techs W/
drive for success.
Computer knowledge a
plus. Salary Benefits-
Phone-Auto. Join our
winning team. 739-0540

DREDGING
INSPECTORS
Keville Enterprises, Inc.
Is seeking experienced
dredging inspectors for
future projects. Corp of
Engineers or Port
experience requested.
Send resume refer-
ences, and salary his-
mwhitehead@kevillle.com
or fax to (904)493-6071.


752 Warehouse
$8$10/HR
PICKER PACKER
Exp req'd. Heavy lifting.
Inventory exp a plus.
Must be dependable w/
reliable transp. Bnfits.
Ask for Pam Wright.
904-584-0108M-F 9:30-6

UNLOADING WHOSE
Duties Incl. unloading
trucks, lift up to 601bs.
Bnfts. $300-$700/wk.
GED. DFWP, Apply at
Holiday Inn at Com-
monwealth 4/22/05
9am- 12pm

WHOSE WORK NEEDED
Orders. 40hr/wk. Fast
growing company.
a 1904-739-2450

753 Security

SECURITY JOBS
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lodging and per diem
Military or police exp.
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755 Miseellaneous
4 AVON REPS
Sell Avon. Fun
* way to earn
-1- money. Make 50%
from you first four
campaigns. Great
opportunity. Shannon
912-510-0641.
Fast Paced Residential
AC Company seeks
MANAGERS, SALES REPS,
INSTALLERS &
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in Atlanta, Jacksonville,
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or 770-886- 1998
HOUSECLEANERS
F/T Mon.Fri $9.50/hr. Car
& Ins req. No exp OK,
will train. 730-7201
LANDSCAPE MAINT.
SPRAY TECH Clean
DL. 260-0811
LANDSCAPE MAINT.
IRRIG. TECH Clean DL.
260-0811


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260-0811
LAWN MAINTENANCE
EMPLOYEES &
LANDSCAPE INSTALLERS.
Must have good DL. Top
pay. Call 904-219-8166
or 219-3014
LAWN MAINT LABORERS
WITH 5 YEARS EXP
$9-$10/HR 215-9831

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
SNeed a Baby-sitter?
I year and up call
to} 270- 7904 or 472- 9752
close to base
QA TECH & SUPERVISOR
For Plastics Mfg.
Call 904-764-4500


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755 Miscellaneous

S Seeking Nanny. Pay
S Negotiable. Call
SnKathryn for Details at
(904)284-7100 Between
9am-5pm leave message
after hours.
VETERINARIAN TECH
FT/PT Hrly+ bnfts. Apply
100 Arlington Rd. S.

YOUTH PROGRAM
Between 18 -25 years,
$7.00/hr, 40 hours week
+ benefits, training
and scholarship avail.
Call 1-888 340-3922

760 Part-Time

DEMONSTRATORS
BOARS HEAD
Do you have a selling
attitude? $9.00/hr +. We
need your smile
FrI-Sun to promote
Premium products in
Super Markets near you
Apply at 2758 Dawn Rd.
S'slde. 904-730-5007

I IS INVENTORY I
SPECIALISTS
$8.25+ to start.
Call 904 -519-9653
Equal opportunity employer

TECHNICIAN
Needed to install and/or
service alarm systems. Part
time evenings and week-
ends or full time days
available. Must have basic
electrical/electronics train-
ing and clean driving record.
Salary based on exprience.


762 Work At Home
Get Paid $100, $200, $300.
Over and Over... Call to
hear a 9 minute audio.
See why you can't
afford to let this one
pass you by. Call
888-2307531 Ext. 20190

Qis Business
O Services

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

8M Carpet-
Install/Clean

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

830 Child
830 Care
CHILD CARE Argyle,
ICollins, WestsIde
areaa 904-908-5418,
S 20 yrs in home
exp., arts, crafts struc-
ture. Attention to your
child's needs.

845 Electric/
Plumbing

EASTERDAY PLUMBING
Low prices. Drain clean-
ing, slab leaks, replpes,
water heaters. Insured,
MC & Visa Accepted.
easterdayplu mb Ing.co m
463-3202 #CFC1426179

870 Lawn Service-
Landscaping

SOD REPAIRS Sod
removal, replacement,
$235/pallet sod Incl
Lic'd & ins mulching


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Merchandise
900 Antigues
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/0ffice
922Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade

900 Antiques

SFor Sale: Treadmill
CSDFSTrider $300.00;
Encyclopedia Bri-
tanica $50.00: Washer
& Dryer $100.00; Call
771-0177 or 568-6191
4, Treadmill CSOf-
strlder-$300; Ency-

SI mclopedia
Britanica-$50;
Washer & Dryer-S100;
Call 771-0177 or 568-6191

902 Appliances
4, DRYER-ral goed
Si shape runs grea
can deliver 994-0100

A FREEZER 14 cu. ft
TKenmoreE 2 yrs
I old, excellent
condition, white
upright, medium sized.
Call 287-4159
L, FREEZER- Kenr -
| more upright, 14
cubic feet, 2 years
old $110 OBO. Call
287-4159 after 4PM.
SFREEZER-Kenmore
UPRIGHT $150 obo
Kingland Ga
S 729-8909 after 5pm
-, Washer and Dryer
Whirlpool Top loadIng
1 Heavy duty Large
capacity many set-
tings Great condition both
$125.00 268-2482
A WASERAND
DRYER- excellent
J cond,,large cafaclty

WASHER- Kenmore
$ 50 Kngland Ga
^ 729-8909 after 5pm

905 Articles
SFor Sale
4 Aquarium, 125 gal
S w/ cherry wood
| stand $350 obo Call
Lauren 632-0077 or
614-6820

S$511. TWO car seats
*I|$20each. Stroller, Car
Seat combo $30. All
exc. cond. 729-1026
A Boys 12 Inch
4 Schwann Bicycle
excellent condition $
40. can bring to NAS
Jax call 260-3436
A Cast iron oyster clol-
rgo dinette set with
\ four chairs and glass
table top like new
$400 Call 249-6916
Computer Mini Tower
workstation HP760N
4 768 MB Ram 21 inch
Monitor AT18500DU
Graphics card Logitech
Z640 sound system $475
call 779-7327


905 Articles
For Sale
& COWBOY BOOTS
Men's, Size 12,
S Never worn. $50.00
Call 912-576-3130
Dark green faux Suede
sofa and matching
Reclining chair $450
Lifecycle $ 125 Ken-
more dryer $50.00 excellent
condition 882-1290
Desperate Request
Family leaving area
S has Paks Karate
vouchers needing to
exchange for cash. Dis-
count for free pads call
912 576-4035
Double Eddie Bauer
SBaby Stroller Excel-
l lent condition $100.00
call 573-2863
4 Electric Wheelchair
Action Ranger II good
SI condition w/charger
and extras $400.00
247-7745
GENERAL AMERI-
C TRAC 4 each,
or P225/70R tires
12.400 miles. very
good treads $150 OBO.
Call Bill 246-0301
7am. 7prm3
SGenerator Sears
Crahftman 46 amp
5600 watt 10 HP, S
gallon. Never Used.
Retail $800, Sell $750
obo 771-1402
4 Golfgaurd Golfbag
travel carrying
S case. Great cond.
wv only $20
Call 553-6015
HOT TUB/SPA person
like new, sacrifice $1495.
Can deliver 349-4014
HOT TUB Hot Springs.
New pd $3500, asking
$1500, all fiberglass.
962-0040
HOT TUB HEW 6PESON
35Jetas. Lo
Full Warranty & Cover.
Retail $6800 Sell $3800
(904) 7390488
A Jet Sld-Tranierfor .
S single Ski perfor-
Smance 2001 model
$100 241-4781
SLittle Tykes Large Play
house for sale in good
I J, shape $40.00
e Cal 1220-4776
MARY KAY COSMETICS
Call Lindsay for Product
or Free Facial 264.1317
4 Mid evil swords (5)
Sw/wall mounts real
4 nice call me; Murray
riding mower run
great 48 in cut $400.00 call
me 904 529-8263
4, PATlOSEr 10 pc, Irg
S tale, reclinable
S cushion chairs, 2 yrs
old, Orig. $589 Ask-
Ing only $359 Asking only
$359.00 273-9987
ROULL-TOP
4 COMPUTER DESK -
4| w/bookcase top. File
drawer & printer
table. 62"x53". Moves as
five pieces. $700
904-278-0883
A Sears Car Topper
S Great for extra stor-
age for trips, excel-
lent condition $50.00
(912) 673-7565
A Several computers
S whole system or
X, I components starting
at $30.00 QTR Micro-
wave LG with many fea-
tures $40.00
Bob 631-9755
Spa Leisure Bay
STDigital control panel
'It cover with lift steps
chemicals and war-
ranties $ 3,000 like new
call 912 573-1076

Day bed, curio
cabinet and more.
Ph. #882-2881. April 9th
2005, Crooked River.
S Strosw New extras
$70, Stroller w/car
seat $30, Stroller
newborn $30 childs
bike seat $25 641-5059
TV/STEREO Cabknet
4 CD & Tape Storage
Drawer 62" Wx6S5H
S on wheels, Teak,
$600. 904.278.0883
4 Two Bikes Boy's 24"
Roadmaster Moun-
tain Bike $25 obo
Girls 24" mountain
bike $25 Good Cond.
904-533-2420

91o Arts & Crafts/
91O Hobbies

GOURDS for sale.
Clean dried, art quality,
assorted sz. 268-9376

917 Buildings
917 For Sale
WESTSIDE 2 buildings,
4 bay lar + ofc. $169k.
904-226-4085

92o Business/
920 ffice

COMPUTER DESK Bush
Citizens L shaped. 6x6
w/hutch $250. 7550
Compaq computer
w/printer, $450. Laura
Ashley rug $50. Call
683-0500


IRON WORKER/EDWARDS
55Ton hydr. w/Dles. $4k;
Miller 25OScynowave
Welder $L5k; ESAB 5001
Plasma Torch $1k;
All Uke New 904-655-4561

T walk-behind 36
4, Mower Kohlers
Engine sitdown sulky
Cost $3357 Sell $1500 Call
Billy 542-2704 ext. 317

965 Medical

SCOOTER Pride Mobility
Sonic, like new used
less than 5hrs. $1000.
Call 904-260-5056
980 Sporting

SBaseball Bats. 4 Lou-
isville Sluggers TPX'S
MODELS TPXSBL.TPXFBXL.
STPXFBXV.TPXYXL Excel-
lent condition all for $
45.00 (904) 781- 7076
A GOLF CLUBS- left
Handed tour series
kilp 3_pW 1.3 &5 woods
Graphite shafts with
bag over sized heads
C-910-0649 H-221-5700
GREAT FOR HUNT CAMP
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U. Move 720-0880


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920 Business/

CUBICLES -(4) Steelcase
includes all hookups
for electric 695 -9295
Furniture Refinishing
Fire/Water Damage Repairs
AntWue Restorations
"We make worn
furniture look like new"
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

925 Computers
S N64 SYSEMkiL
4 Steering wheel
w/pedals, controller,
rumble pack and 10
games. $50. Brian
912-882-2047

928 Electronics

Color Tv's for sale 13
I n #30.00 19-20 in
- $50.00 25 In $75.00 27in
$90.00 one 19 in tv/vcr
$80.00 call 729-7127 after 3
p.m.

945 Garage
S Sales

Ad 5 Family Sale Sat. 8-12
JU Warehouse at Merrill
& University, cash only!
ICW -Garage Sale -
House Sale, Relocating,
everything must go!
Great Accessories,
12946 Brians Creek Dr.
Sat 8-5. Very nice turn,
374-6456
JAX BEACHES SELF
STORAGE 1200 Shet-
ter Ave. Multi tenant
garage sale. Sat April
3rd 8a-3p, antq's,
boats, RV's, etc.
LAKEWOOD Multi Family
Sale! Dover Rd. Sat 8-1.
kid items, pottery, app-
is, hm decor, furn, rugs
MANDARIN -Moving
Sale. 1818 St. Lawrence
Way. Mand Rdj/ Orange
Picker. Fri-Sat April
22-23. 8a-3p
N'SIDE- 10643 DODD Rd.
3 FAMILY SALE. Lots of
household Fri & Sat 8-4
A ORANGE PARK South
Fri-Sat 8-5 Appli
S 22-23 2021 Cardiff
Lane clothing toys,
furniture follow signs.
SOUTHSIDE multi family
sale. Sat 8am-2pm 7603
Mulhall Dr. Fishing
equip, h'hold items
crafts and a lot more.
S ST.AMARYS.GA
2601 Plantation Dr
| Day bed, curio
cabinet and more.
Ph. #882-2881. April 9th
2005, Crooked River.
W'SIDE -3 Family, books
sm kit appl. bikes, yd
tools, h'hold &misc
items Thurs -Sun Sam
-until. 6877 Edmonds Ln

Bargain Hunters Galore
This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting @
$7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
Lawn

SFor Sale Banana
Plants from one to
Six Feet tail $3.00 You
S Dig them very Pretty
Phone 771- 0457
A For Sale Lawn
Smower craftsman
\ |Big wheel self Iro-
Speled 5.5 HP 22 cut
$100.00 call 338-1264 (cell)
or 268-1384 (home)

WALKER RIDER- 42"
CUT, 16 HP v-TWIN
$3200 obo 36" WALK
BEHIND KEES $500 all
249-1611-993-8281
4 TORO MOWER Self
| propelled, Recy-
Q-1 clear, Personal
spaces with grass
catcher-Just serviced
$125; 2-Elect Edgers
$35 & $45. 912-496-4 784

955 Household
7-7 Furniture

2 Sofas $2000; Sage.
Coffee table w/glass
top & wrought iron
base $200; Gold curio
$600; 2 Marble pedes-
tals $500; 2 Pub chairs,
$250ea; 2 Oak desks &
computer hutch $250ea.
Please contact Mark at
lopianomsl@yahoo.com
to request email pix.
SBar Stools, metal
w/arms back cous-
hins. $65ea, desk solid
maple $100. Freezer
$100 729-7643
BED- AAA BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 6740405
S BED Restonic
/ Adjustable Magic bed,
r 1pl pillow top mattress,
S single. Was $1347 for
$500. Excellent cond
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9 Furniture
BEDROOM SET
Wall unit, head-
board, 8pc,
L dresser and chest
by Broyhill $1000. Call
904502-6828
BOYS BR FURN -FS, bunk
bed, top single, drsr,
hutch, cmptr dsk, $1500
obo. Sofa/ Ivst, floral,
mauve/grn, like new,
$500 obo. 237-1779
A Complete 8 pieces
Living room set. From
L Rooms to Goexcel-
lent condition Ivory
flowers $500.00 282-2673
COUCH, Tan,
Sw/matching chair &
V foot stool nice cond.
$200. Cal 269-1175
COUCH AND
LOVESEAT $300;
Little Tikes Kan-
Cgaroo Play Gym
$30; Call 912-510-0595
Couch Excellent con-
dition: White day bed
.lw/canopy;Lv Rm Chair
(904) 264-3486
Creme Couch &
Loveseat oval end
tables, coffetbl,
moon mirror $400 25
gal fish tank $35 291-6503
2 Crib w/ Mattress &
w bedding. $65
t, Call 904-269-3845
SCurio $75 Corsica
glass top dining tbl +
C 4 arm cnrs exc cond.
$200 am microwave
$20 291-6503
SDay Bed w/trundle &
2 mattresses $200 Call
Lk n269-0782
DINING A BEAUTIFUL ALL
CHERRY TABLE W/8
Chairs, Hutch & Buffet.
New in box. Cost $6K.
Sell $2150. 737-1764
A DINING RMSET
9pc deluxe, china
cab., only 2rs dark
wood, bought $2500.
Asking $1800. 803-4184
4 Emerald Bedroom
T Furn dresser chest,
I mirror King size
bed nightstands,
lamps, Must see exc
cond.$500
Call 553-6015
ENTERTAINMENT
SCTR 541/2" x 521/2"
L I TV compartment
28x25x19 glass
door for Stereo com-
ponents made by
Savder D-Oak look $125
904-291-5221
FIT-COM Treadmill,
Li Uke new $275. Bobo
221-9139
FOR SALE Bassett
SHoney Pine Dining
I Rm table w/ leaf and
6 chairs $350; Black
GE Range never used 300;
Crib Mattress $20; White
Entertainment Center
approx. 4ft wide and 5ft
high $100 ; 19" TV
w/remote $50; Call in
Fruit Cove 230-9181 or
e-mail
rose.sally@gmail.com
for more info. or pics.
A Fullsize bed Futon
silver metal frame
mattress $ 450.00
Desk 30" X60" $25.
Table 36'X60" $30.
904 261.-0139
1 Futon frame and TV
stand for best offer!
Great quality and
cheap Cory 403.3815
can email pitcure.
A GLASS COFFEE TABLE
w/metal frame,
like new $75.
Call (904) 868-3075
KENMOORE Washer &
Dryer in good shape
4 1 | white both run fine
Call Troy 291-7631 70
series Kenmoore
SLighted Glass Front
SChina cabinet w/base
4.| matching dining table
w/6 chairs.All linens
for table incl. $600 270- 7990
eA Lighted glass front
Schina cabinet w/base
| matching dining table
w/6 chairs. All linens
fortableincl $600.00
904992.1708
LR SET- black, Ithr,
limo old, like new,
$1200. 221-2343
S Mission Style Futon
Sw/ mattress. Less
than a year old $75
obo 278-1029
; New Chippendale
design hardwood
china cabinet
cherry finish,
lighted, glass and mir-
rored beautiful detail
call 912- 227- 0930
SPAPASUN CHAIRS
w/stools, newr
k cushions,
can deliver.
Call 269-1174
4 PatIo Table w/6 chairs
& cushions. Good
cond, $150 215-9037
Pro Sport Fitness
SClimber exercise
S bike. You must see
to beleive! Call Kim
778-2464
4A QUEEN SIZE
WATERBED, black
4 frame incl'd
everything $75 obo.
Please call
904-249-9460
SRoll Top Desk. Solid
S mahogany, nine
S drws exc cond. $700
obo 908-5998

SECTIONAL SOFA,
4, 2nd Sofa. Loveseat
i olive/gold 3 coordi-
S nating tables, 2
lamps, curtains only 2yrs
$1800. 803-4184
SLEEPER COUCH
SColonial blue & white
With matching over-
sized chair $250.
278-2831.
Sold Oak Bedroom
4 Set. No Bed, Dresser
S I w/mirror. chest
ex-cond $675. lot
bed sheets full $100 Call
226-1291
S STROLLER new,
extras $70, stroller
I1 w/carseat $30
stroller newborn $30,
chi Ids bike seat $25
641-5059
Tan Oak Entertain-
ment Center exc
cond. Call Kim
778-2464
4 Task chair Armless
vertical adjustable
caster wheels blue
fabric very comfort-
able like new $9.00 268- 2482
4, Three LR Mersman
| Queen Anne Tables
vl Dark cherry Glass top
coffee drop leaf and
oval (904)396 7277 or
member634@aol.com
TV 27", $100 small
black TV stand $20,
f Glider with otto-
Sman $50 Please call
904-249-9460
4 TV -63 inch, HDTV,
one year old, JVC,
Sgreay and black
$950. 379-0005

4 all accessories incl.
Buyer Pickup $1500

960 Machinery
& Tools

AUTO REPAIR SHOP
UQUIDATION
Heavy Eqpt. Tools, Parts,
Etc. Must Sell! Thurs.
Fri., Sat., Only. 612-4917
4 Chevy Truck Alum
wheels Four Perfect 6
lugs $275. cash 0B0
'" Negot 318-3021
A, For Sale : older model
floor buffer must see
runs great $175 OBO
call 882-3125 after 5
p.m.







IXAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 21, 2005


980 Sporting
Goods

4 Golf clubs Ram
Gold with Bag 3 PW
t irons drivers and
3-wand
putter$100.00 771-0364
A HOME GYM Welder
S8920, Manual Extra
\J'Weights. Was $310;
sell $150. Like new.
904-261-0487
HUNTING CLUB $750
Alma GA. Floyd 268-9099
Tony 904-823-9179
KAWASAKI ATV 4WHEE.
'00- $2500.
Call 904-449-3568
A Ketrer Kadett Sport
7 T Hydraulic Rowing
Machine Elec. Dis-
plays was $763. for
$350. like new
904.261.0487
SPool Table Regular
T Size. All coushins $65
I ea, Desk solid maple
$100 Freezer $100
729-7643 St. Marys
UMPIRE EQUIP Prof.
never used brand new,
777-8617





Pets and
Animals
100 Livestock &
Supplies
010 Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services

985 Trailers

S 17, Wide Body
4, BuoO Travel
S Trailer $1200 obo
p to see call
270-5251, Lt Van.
SF.ATrED TRLRt XIO'
4 T new springs, lights
Pmwood, $400, bed
extender for com-
pact truck $75 Call
904-228-2279

1005sLivestock

GRAIN FED
Steers and Heifers. 4501bs
up to 1400lbs. Good &
choice. Also Sheeps &
Goats. Guaranteed. Jax
Livestock 781-4677 H:
904-786-4933

1010 Pet's&
Supplies

S 8 month old Beagle
SMix free to good home
very Playful and
loving call 771-9930
evenings
AM. PIT BULL TERRIERS -
CKC. colors, $400 obo.
shots, records213-1191
BEAGLE 3 month old
female puppy for sale.
$400 807-5926
BEAGLE PUPS AKC, 8wks,
Champion bloodlines,
$300 ea. 904-259-5342
BIG SALEI Yorkles. Chi-
huahuas, Mini Dachs,
Pom's, Cockers. Min-
pins, & many small
cute mixes.904-504-1171
Bd Cage 3WW28"D
/ 68"H, Like New w/
Sseperate perch stand.
v $160 264-9333
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS &
AFGHAN HOUND PUPS
Call 904-964,8239
BOXER PUPS. Champ.
Bloodlines 7wks.old
(912) 337-4553/4563
BRIARD AKC show Fml
amos, exc bloodline,
marquis kennel $1200
386-428-3723
terriflcpets.com
CHIHUAHUA PUPS-Long
haired. Shots, 9a-5p
D:387-4225/H :298-2158,
DOBERMAN AKC Puppies
Champ BIdilnes. Blacks
& Reds. $600. M/$ $800
F. Email Devonshire-
dobies@bellsouth.net
or Call 386-546-2595
4 Ferrets, male, 1
female, both 6 mths
1 $150 for pair 110 pal
tank & stand$3
Call Lauren 614-6820
A Free3YrsOldMale
S neutered declawed
i I inside only Tuxedo
Cat Serious Respon-
sible Inquires only
904.743.4751
Havanese sm non shed-
ding hm raised hith
guar$850. 850-547-3250
LAB PUPS/Choc. 9wks
AKC Reg, $300.2M/2F
912-632-7959
LABS -13 pups, $35ea.
Leaving Town. Must
Sell. Call 764-4874
MALTESE PUPS papers,

MALTESE PUPS-Pure
bred. To Loving people.
$700. 904-646-1714
Miniature Dachshund
registered house
trained fem& m $700
Red 904-705-8961
MINI SCHNAUZER PUP-
PIES AKC, HC, Call
904-545-5862
POMERANIAN AKC
Young Male Adults $350
nego 912.832.6192
Pit Bull/American Bull
Pups, beautiful face.
Going Fast! $140 731-8027
PIT BULL PUPS ADBA reg,
razors edge bloodline,
bridle & fawn, HC shots,
$500. 386-546-0901
POM POO 8wks, Male/
female, black, Hith Cert,
$250. Call 422-5448
PUG PUPS AKC, fawn, HC,
POP, email for pic's at
artmistyJlyahoo.com







Transportation
1200 Aviation
125 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage&
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
l340Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
135 Autos/Trucks
Wanted
PUG PUPS AKC $5100: CKC
Dachshund Pups $250:
912-262 1459/266-5540
RAT TERRIER


PUPS
266-9370 or 708-5311
ROTT. PUPS AKC. POP.
$800 ea 386-615.8274
or 386-299-6156
ShIh-Tzu Puppy beauti-
ful party color girl shot.
cert $3 75 2195700
SIB. HUSKY PUPS 8wks
ACA/APR reg 4F/2M
wht/blue eyes
$5001.600. Ph 291 .949

1200 Aviation

EXCAUBUR ULTRA UTlE.
35hrs, Parachute recover
sys. 904-272-5451

1205 Boats

14' John Boat Alu-
minum with Trailer $
. 75000 ph 771 5240
16' Spectrum Bass Boat
'95 40hp mariner S5000;
2000 Bayliner '52 Cuddy
Super Nice $10.000
904.542-2445 .x 1I
19' BAYLINER CUDDY '95
Merc. Inbrd & Trlr Lots
,. ofXtras. $8000.771-.693


1205 Boats
18' BAYLINER 175 '03 -
Exc. cond, ext. warr.,
rarely used. Incl. cover,
$8500. 904-343-8795
4 18' Bayllner Cobra
1988 w/force 125
t outboard runs great
Includes boat cover
asking $3,600 OBO Call
(912)882-2047
1989 Catalina 22 trailer
SSHP poptop lots of
extras $7,000 obo
home 996-8604
cell 850-830-8667
1996 Sea DooG M, runs
Good, just tuned up
w/traller $1500
278-2132
19' MONLTEREY CUDDY
SCABIN 3.0 Mercrulser
eng. and Yamaha
stead drive with
trailer, motor shot Asking
$9500. 912-259-0644
A 2001 5 H.P Mercury
outboard has about
SI five hours on motor
like new $800.00 call
573-2863
2001 Seadoo RX w/
S trailer. Exc Cond.
Only 38 hrsl Must
See. $5,500 Contact
Markus 904-521-2854 or
912-576-5814
21' PROLINE 200hp,
Johnson Seadrive,
tandem trir. $3000 obo.
529-9164 or 813-6539
S 24' Tracker Party
Bare Pnton 97-110
41 P 2 Bimlnl's full
camper canvas
Porta-Potty Tandem trailer
Radio's flshflnder $8900
276-5259 or 502-1317
29' MAXUM '00 SRC 7.4
eng, AC, 300+hrs, new
canvas elect $49,000
OBO. Call 588.5330
29" REGAL -'00, exc cond,
gen, air. 2 boat owner
wants t sold now!
Alan 904-502-2266
4 2,R7MER- '96,
Cabib cruiser, sleeps
r e 4, head, showerm
-refrig, full canvas 350
Mercruiser I/0 $20,000
beklow book
904-993-3185
A 42-CUTMURRY
LAWN MOWER runs
L great $350. Call Jim
529-8263
501 GIBSON '89, House
boat, loaded, great
cond. $79,000. 307-4873
Center Console 17 FT
S with trailer 115 HP
0 Evinrude Oceanpro
Bimini cover Radio
Flshflnder must sell $
3500 912-510-6932
0 CHRIS CRAFT CC '84
T Twin Engines, Galley
tI | Head, Refrig, AC,
_L Fully enclosed, $26k.
904-213-9745 for more Info.
SEADOO '02 GTX 4 TECH
$6800obo. 904-
220-5338
SEADOO '97 GS
w/double trir & extras
$2500obo. 904- 220-5338
WANTED- Boats,
motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks MarIne 387-1440

12m RVs&
n lSupplies
A 2000 Coleman Niagra
Pop-up W/AC, Glide
S out porta- potti
Shower, Extras $7K
OBO 264-4309 or
nlgra4sale@aol.com
4, 3 o Bounder


$7K (603) 479 412
42' LUXURY 5TH WHILE Trpl
slide out S05 2BR, w/d
d/w dual ac w/fumace.
Tri-axle, Many Xtras!
$30kobo.904 359-4321
4 Aerolite 30 01' T.T.
S by owner.
Immaculate
S $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
SCoachman 26' 1997
5th wheel hitch,
tL | braking system
incld. 1/2 ton will
pull under 50001bs.
John 705-7024, 264-6491
Great Condition.
4 FOR SALE TOW
T DOLLY ONEEAR
NEWWITH SPARE
TIRE NEW $650 OR
BEST OFFER 908-0011
4 FOUR WINDS 5000
T MODEL 231-2000 less
S 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




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wilBEAT your Cur-
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volume dealer with
finest selection of
Towables In Florida!
We will make your
buying experience
enjoyable!
SUNCOASTRV
TOWABLE
SUPER CENTER
9012 Beach Blvd.
1904642-1600
1-800-695-2302
www.suncoastrv.com


1300 Motorcycles
SHARLEY DYNA'02
Super Glide, 4100
t|mi,. garaged, extra
chrome, accesso-
ries, many perfor-
mance parts. $14900
OBO 904-284-5258
4 Harley Dyna 97' Wide
Glide windshield,
< saddlebags, cover,
chrome frame kit.
17k mi, new tires $10.900
Call day 904-542-8894 or
nite 278-6251
HARLEY ELECTRA
SGLIDE '83 Many new
X parts. Runs good
$6900 OBO. Call
904-771-7873.
HARLEY SOFTAIL FXST
T '04 BIk. 5600ml, warr.,
S I $1000extras, saddle
bags, fuel injected,
$16,5000B0, 912-576-5207
HD FATBOY '01 Pearl
white, Exc. condnice
bike. $15,500obo.
Fred 904-545-4719
HondaCrS11 C0user
great deal, runs
S great $900 obo
Call Jeremy
904-246-7157
Honda Shadow aero
S04', 4k miles, garaged
S extra chrome $5,500
Call Mike 772-1754
New Saddle Bags
HONDA VTX 1300 '0
Candy apple red
4,> with matching
Memphis Shade
windshield and helmet
450 miles. $7200. or best
offer. Call 912.673.1247
or 912.322.6215
KAWASAKI 80 '98- Mint
cond, owner w/xtras.
$1350obo. 732-684-7549
KAWASAKI KLR650
S '03, dual adult
i garage kept only
1500 miles EC no
trades 904-879-1631
Pocket Bike Mini Rac-
| Ing motorcycle 49cc. 2
S stroke engine,
front/back disk
brakes. max speed 45 MPH,
max weight 265 Ibs
blk/chrome $250 obo
553-3374
A Pocket Bike Mini rac-
ing motorcycle 49cc 2
tListop engine formt back
disk brakes max 5
speed 45 mph map weight
265 Ibs bik/chome $200 OBO
553- 3374
Set of 33"Tholntilb
TSC Tires New $350
S Call 269-1296
.4 SUZUKI GT 3800' 72
T 2 stroke, triple,
S runs well, new
Ignition, cosmet-
ics rough, good com-
muter bike. $500 OBO.
904-374-1372
Suzuki Intruder 1500
S Cruiser Cobra
S exhaust Mustang
S seat, wlndshiele,
saddlebags 10k ml, great
ride 904-343-2494 or
343-2491
Suiedti Katana 75090S
| new paint, plugs, oil
i change, bike cover &
22,000mi Call 912-729-4140
SUZUKI RM12S-
S02 NEVER RACED
EXC COND, TEST
DRIVE ON MY
PROPERTY $2900 OBO
729-7932 EVES
SSUZUKI RM125 '02
SExc. cond. Never
|t raced test ride on
~ my property.
$2900obo. Eves
729-7932 -
MM SU2URM '93
Newer tires, new
Clutch chain sprocket,
recent top end, sitting,
needs tuned. $850,
Klngsland 912-674-4811
SYAMAHA- 2003,
SYZF-R1,6.5k mi, new
tires, fender elim.
Fun bike black/ sil-
ver $8k o6o. Call
912-573-1004
0. YAMAHA Y2400F '98
T Good condition,
24 original owner,
yellow plastic.
Needs nothing. Have



1310 Auto Parrts
20" RIMS TIRES $850FIts
Dodge Dakota or
Durangos, exc cond
779-1816 or 424-8176
4 BED EXTENDER for
2002 Ford Ranger
< Edge Pick Up,
Never used $100.00
Call 912-576-3130
SCAMAROS (2)81 will
I make one good
1 project car $200 takes
S both. Must take both
cars 673-8401
CHEVY TRUCK

318-3021
DODGE RAM'85
4 Origlanal Rear
b1e umber $80.4Mags
2 with tires $140,
Tailgate $80, Front Bum-
ber $50. 912-576-9220
4 RIMS WITH TIRES
215/75RIS less then
S2,000 miles used 5
41 ea. off Jeep Wran-
lerK island, GA.


1930 Antiques/

S2004 pioneer Trailer 16
ft. Sleeps 4 AC Heater
tit gas stove micro
Refrigeratorfrezzer
tub shower awing ample
storage $8,000.00
(904)284-7183
'69 CADILLAC Deville
conv. needs restora-
tion $950 912%270-6464


1325 Automotive
1989 Honda Accord DX
Automatic runs good
V|new CV Axle, wheel
S bearing recent
tune-up $1200. OBO
272-2642(or) 505-6958
A 1991 Volvo 740 GL Auto
SA/C PDL, PW sunroof
ul AM-FM-CD call
(912)882-1305 or
(912) 573-3427 $ 2.250.00
1993 Corvette Con-
Svertlble bright Aqua.
auto. 30K miles
Immaculate $19,000 call
Mike @ (904) 751-2794
A 1998 Dodge Ram
15 00 Quadcab SLT
77,000 mllesNada
$11,325 asking $9500
cell 616-6585
S1998 ford Explorer
119.000 miles Power
Locks Power win-
dows six cylinder
excellent condlton
$4,200 call 249-6916

S2001 H- D Sporster
/ XL883 $5,500 obo
Extremely low miles
4,850. Excellent cond.
Runs great, must see
214-9949
2002 Hyundai Elantra
GLS 45,000 miles new
Brakes excellent con-
dition Great Gas
Mileage. $7,600.00
(904)284-7183
O 2002 Nissan Maxima
A One owner new bat-
tery brakes tires Cd
tape spoiler main-
tance records available
$16,000 OBO (813) 766-4226
2004 Hyundai Tiburon
GT V6 Fully loaded
I115,000 miles dark blue
$17,000 OBO Eileen
Love (904) 92&83886
(757)660- 4696
2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
3000 GT Mitsubuski
S 1992 141 K miles
,|color Black excellent
condition electric
seats dim control and
more (912) 882-8868
$4,500
B Acura Iegra RS 94'
Sport coupe, 2dr, runs
1> & looks great $4,500
Call Mike 772-1754
ACURA RL'04. under
12,500 mi, exc cond.
blik/taupe Int, ext wrrty
on top of reg wrrty.
$35,800. 904-880-1881
or 881-8843
S Acura TL -01 Auto
.I Leather power every-
IJlthlng cd/cassette with
Bose system, 74K with
extended warranty. Excel-
lent condition $14,900 OBO
(912)882-1290
ACURA TIL '04
St#8162A. $29,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877

*ALL Miutary
I and Civilian
_* $0 DOWN 1
I EVERYBODY I

A CALL CHRIS 6


BMW 3251 2002, Prem.
Pkg, Nice car. $22,988
371-4728
S BMW 328196'
/ auto, bick
|1o w/tan leather, CD
Great Cond $10,000
912-882-6698
BMW 5251A- 2002. Auto,
sport pkg, prem pkg.
$30,988. 371-4728
BMW 5301a- 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD. $31,988.
371-4728
BMW 7401L 2001, Auto,
heated seats, run flat
tires, loaded. $34,988.
371-4728
BMW XS 3.0 2002, Prem.
Pkg, low miles, rear
climate Pkg. $32,988
371-4728
BMWZ-3 2.5 2001 Convt,
auto, CD, 6 cyl. $21.988
371-4728
BUICK LESABRE '93.4dr.
auto, fully loaded. $3450
Call 772-1221
4 BUICK REATTA '91
,2 dr coupe, white. 1
|owner, garaged,
60,000 ml, new
original floormats,
$12,500, Reatta neon
sign, 992-1622.
CADILLAC CTS '03
St#F206. $26,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

white diamond, Ithr &
well eqpt. exc. cond.,
24kml, $24,200273 3044
A CADILAC DEVLE
'97- De Elegance
S| emerald green, beige
rag top, 104kml
Good cond. Cell 994-9793
Hm: 221-2063. $3500
CAD SEDAN DEVILLE '96
SprIng Edition. Loaded.
$5995. Call 859-5820
CHEVY CAMARO'99
St#BUCE868A. $7,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAMARO SS
, '99, #2893. great
6sp. full loaded.
Call 912-510-9500 or
912-674-2762, $13,500
obo.
CHEVY CAMARO Z28 '96
St#BUCE626B. $6,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY Camero '96, V6,
5spd, excellent, $5000
obo. Call 631-1245


1325 Automotive

CHEVY CAVALIER '00. Grt
cond, priced right, will
fin $165mo wac 389-7700
Chevy Corvette 1995
ATPW, Power Seats
1 Leather Black with
Gray interior adult
owned $9.500 291-1763
CHEVY IMPALA '01.
$8995
Call 859-5820
Chevy Monte Carlo LS
04 Pearl white, 17,000
mi, beautiful cond. Why
pay $23K new? $14,500.
904-291-7396 Iv msg.
CHRYSLER 300M '02 Pro
Am Ltd Ed., Ithr. very
clean, 4dr, stereo CD,
snrf charcoal gray,
alloys, very nice, 55k
hwy ml, MUST SELL
$13,000 obo 374-6456
803-4749
CHRYSLER 300M '99 New
mtr, Ithr inter, CD sunrf,
tint, Champagne $4500
obo. 904-803-7468
CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE 04
St#F353. $24,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
St#E980A. $22,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-.4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
' 03. All the toys, exc
shape, super clean
$11,975. Call 389-7700
4, Corvette 1998 Con-
I vertlble Pewter Black
S top 61k miles. Up
grades for more HP
$ 23,500 OBO (904) 771-5692
DODGE AVENGER '95. AT,
sunrof, spoiler, clean.
Only $3950. 772-1221
A Dodge neon 00' silver
T low miles $6000 Auto
XIA/C sunroof alloy rims
S CD changer
(904)997-1442
cell (904) 477- 0824
A Dodge Ram 1S00 SLT
ST98' Quadcab 77,000 ml,
SE, sprayed bedilner,
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. Call389- 7700
FORD ESCORT '99
St#BUCE767Y. $3,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD ESCORT LX '02.
4dr AT low miles. Nice.
$5905. bAII 777-9119
FORD EXPLORER '98 XLT
V8, Must Sell $8988
904-994-8899
FORD FOCUS- '01, SW,
SE, still under warr, PW.
PDL, CC, tilt, 16 valve
eng, exceptional car,
$8900. 704-4214
FORD FOCUS ZXS '02
St#E901. $7,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD GT '05, 5spd 600ml.
loaded, blk/red Int.
$28.5K Call 904-434-5044
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
$0 down, $179 mo WAC
Cal 1859-5820
Ford Ranger 4 wd
S 00-XCab
IjAT-PS-PB-IW-CC
H3.OLV-6 sprayin liner
skyblue gray Int buckets
extra rims clean $11,395
Don (904) 777 -1105
(904) 673-9031
FORD TAURUS '05
Like new. $250 per mo.
Call 859-5820
FORD TAURUS '1.
Loaded, Immac, will fin
w/$50 down. 389-7700
FORD TAURUS SES '04.
Loaded. 25K ml. $11,975
financing. 674-4444-
SHARLEY DAVIDSON
T '78, 30K miles
tI original hardware
% asking $7000. Call
287-9518
HONDA ACCORD SE
-'93, new motr, Ithr,
AT. PW, PL, new pnt.
$4800 obo 707-4919
HONDA ACCORD '02
Coupe SE, $12,500.
1 of a kind. 904-994-8899
HONDA ACCORD 92. 4dr.
Auto pwr winds, AC
Only $3450. 772-1221
HONDA ACCORD EX '03,
4dr Sedan, 15kml, Exc.
cond. $22k. 904.543.8449
HONDA CIVIC '96. HB,
123k ml, AT, perfectly
tuned, black w/fuINI
body kit, rims, sound
sys, Have a Blast In this
SImport Tuner! 249-1125
or 708-8933
HONDA Civic CRX SI '86
49K actual mi's, very
clean, $4900 obo
904-249-0018
HONDA CIVIC EX '99
St#BUC3874A. $6.488
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
HYUNDAI TIburon '03,
GT, V6, SE,6spdred,
$15,000. 9040483 6241
Inflnltl G35'04 Coupe,
auto Ithr, prem pkg,
$28,960. 904-707-0323
JAGUAR Sllverstone
XKR Cony. '01 (Only 250
made) Super chrgd eng.
BBS Whis w/Brembo
brakes. Only 21kml,
$47,500. 912-673-8657
JAGUAR XK8 cony '01,
nayv all the toys, 32K
mi. $39K. 813-230-8534;
912-262-9526
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S02' Auto AC CD 15K
S miles $16K OBO
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KIA SEPHIA '00 -Clean.
AC, 4dr. AT, $4800
9064-707-9531
LEXUS ES300 '99 Coach
Edition, white w/beige
leather, loaded, low
miles. $12975. 699-9669
LINCOLN LSV8'02
St#F312. $21,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
MAXDA MX3 '94. speed,
sunroof, spoiler. Only
$2950. Call 772-1221
MAZDA MILLENIA '99
St#1150B. $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA RX7 '85. Black
sunroof, spoiler. Only
$2950. Call 772-1221
MERCEDES C240 '01.
silver exc cond, 36,600
ml new tires fac wrrty,
$21,700 PH 904-241-6724
MERCEDES C320 '02
St#E955. $24,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
03. Loaded. 3rd seat,
low mi$11,975. 699-9669
MITS ECLIPSE GT 01 Lthr
sunrf, alloys, top prem
pkg $199mo. 859-5820
MITSUBISHI GALANT '04
$12,995 WAC
Call 859-5820
MITSUBISHI GALANT '03.
Outstanding cond
loaded, priced to sell
$11,845. Call 389-7700
NISSAN ALTIMA '02
St#E966. $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A NISSAN ALTIMA -
SI mi, AC, AM/FM
cass, nosemask,
$3,000 obo. 278-7799
Well Maintained.
Nissan Maxima SE
. 02'1all power all
tl leather, very fast,
tint, sunroof, bose
100k ml warranty w/ 29k
ml $18k 904-542-3244

All wr,w 30000 miles,
ki| f asking pr ce $9,8D0.
Cal Kenneth at
382-3254 or 354-6468
PLYMOUTH NEON '99
St#BUC9628C. $4,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SPONTIAC GRAND AM
ps, ac, at, new tires,
104k ml, $4,500 Call
573-9872 after
4:30pm
PONTIAC SUNBIRD CONV
' 92. Auto, AC, clean.
$2450. Call 772-1221
PONTIAC TRANS AM '86.
T-tops, 5.7 V8, very
clean. $4950.772-1221
SSaturn 1996 auto-
matic good RV tow
S car, low miles $5000
nhn rCl l hllck


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600

DUVAL ACURA
11225 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8000


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Soubhside Blvd. 564000




BENTLEY-ORLANDO
895 N, Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando R 407-339-3443




TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



GARBER

BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 264502

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
TERRY BUICK
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 354-2057


COGGIN CHEVY-AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merill Rd. 721-1880

GARBER CHEVY
Hwy. 17 GCS 264-4502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy 398-3036

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 Soutn 3544421

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

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Ply of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd 269-1033

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cas-al Ave 389-7792

GARBER CHRYS-PLYM
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exmt 129, Fern Bch
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421

JACK CARUSO

REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd 642-5600
GARBER CHRYS-

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1325 Automotive
SUZUKI ESTEEM '02
Exc. cond. CD,
$4600. 904-886-7380
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '97
4d, AC, sunrf, spoiler,
wheels. $4950. 772-1221
TOYOTA CELICA GTS '93
black, Ithr, sun roof, all
pwr, exc cond, $3300
OBO 904287-3334
TOYOTA Corolla CE '02,
PS. AT, AC, am/fm cass.
51K ml, $7500
904-636-0604; 631-5756
TOYOTA COROLLA "98
$99 per mo. WAC
Call 859-5820
TOYOTA ECHO '02
$0 down, $139mo WAC
Call 859-5820
TOYOTA SOLARA '01.
Immac, loaded priced to
sell fast $10,975. 389-7700
VOLKSWAGON Passat
GLX '94 AT wagon
$2995 cash 904-241. 144
VW BEETLE GLS'00
Turbo. Red, at, loaded,
Ithr, moonroof, 40,800
miles. $9,975. 699-9669
a, VW Corradoe -0 90'
S154k ml, newly rebuilt,
supercharger, New
window regs, extra
head/cam paint/body great
$6500 Debbie 221- 5912

1335 $2000 or Less
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDSI
Cars from $5001 Listings
800-749-8116 x2529
BUICK LESABRE '94,
Ltd, ithr cold AC new
brks, $1999723-3455
CHEVY CAVALIER '94,
2DR, cold AC, 2 $1999
723-3455
FORD ESCORT '98. 4dr at
ac, mechanics special,
must sell need cash
$975. Call 39- 7700
FORD SHO '91. speed,
leather, sunroof. Only
$1950. Call 772-1221
FORD TAURUS '92, 4dr,
extra clean, $1575.
723-3110
FORD TAURUS '97, GL.
cold AC, 4dr, clean car,
$1999 723-3455
GMC '90 white VAN
great work VAN. stor-
age, $1000.obo 803.7468
HONDA ACCORD -'86,
4dr, extra clean, $1675.
723-3110
HONDA ACCORD '94 Only
$900. For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
80 full size sdn, grt cond
must sell $945. 389-7700
MERCURY TRACER '93,
Great gas ml extra
clean. $1950 723-3110
TOYOTA COROLLA '88. X
cond, grt transportation,
must sell $1875. 389-7700


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
'02 EITHER TRACTOR
36=pdiesel for sale or
for SUV/or Jeep
of equal value $7500
90 4608.2714
& 2002 Polarls Trall-
blazer 250 cc low hrs
$2200.00 OBO call
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CLEAN USED CARS
CADILLAC ESCALADE '99
Stk1I337A. $13.988
TOM BUSH AuTOPLE'. 371] s-T
CHEVY BLAZER '00. LS.
immac. pwr everthing,
89k m1 $8900 389-256gi
446-0050
CHEVY BLAZER '04
St#9957A. $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY SILVERADO LS 04.
4d Xcab, V8, loaded.20K
nice $18,975. 777-9119.
CHEVY SILVERADO '94
Ext Cab. AT, 350 V8,
clean. $6950. 772-1221
CHEVY SSR'04
St#F307. $36,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE 1500 Quad Cab
SLT '01. V8 at. loaded,
nice. $11,975. 777-9119
a DodgeDakota 9r
Club cab exc cond,
4-0 Interior like new low
ml, very sharp $7000
Nego 781-1532
., DODGE RAM-'01
S 1500SLT Club Cab
S2WD V8, Magnum
Alloy wheels below
NADA only $8000 Call
912-674-5319
DODGE Ram 1500 '99, ext
cab, long bed $5995
cash. Call 904-241-1144

4x4, 84kmlnew trans w/
warr, $4995. 904207-7642
DODGE RAM 1500 4x4 '03
HEMI. loaded, low ml,
Immac. $22,975. 389-7700
DODGE truck SRT' 04,
V10, 6spd, loaded, blk,
5K miles $38,000 Call
904-434-5044
FORD ESCAPE 02. 4dr, red
w/grey cloth, at/ac
loaded $8975. 699-9669
FORD EXPEDITION' 98
St#E875B. $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPEDITION
S'98 4x4 Eddie
1 Bauer, all pwr
77kml. low ml.
tires battery, brakes
will not be disap-
pointed $14,000 OBO.
270-217-3629
FORD EXT CAB '04 4x4,
blk AT 17,000 mil $28K
Call 904i4145044
FORD F150 '01
Exc. cond. 60kml. $7250.
904-699-1088
Ford F-150 03' XL
T sport, by owner.
.l v8, auto, reg cab.
topper, 24k mi.
very sharp $15,500.


ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454

WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
St Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
DUVAL FORD
1616 Cassat Ave. 387-6541
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 2644502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER
BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT GMC
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041


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


NIMNICHT HUMMER
1550 Cassat Ave 338-9900



HYUNDAI OF N. JACKSONVILLE
3333 N. Main St 354-1224

KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Soutnside Blvd 642-6060
TERRY HYUNDAI
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd 998-7111



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421

CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd 725-7300

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


Trucks
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD F150 4X4 '02
St#71308. $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F-150 '94, 5 spd, 6
cyl short bed $3295
cash 904-241-1144
FORD F1SO XL '02. Vinyl
seats, long bed, Immac
shape $11,495. 389-7700
FORD F250SD LARIAT 0 3
immaculate, 9K mis, fully
loaded $21,975. 389-7700
FORD F3503.O 0-44

904-626-B137
SFord Ranger 4 WD
-t 00- XCab
k1.AT-PS-PB-IW-CC
3.0L v-6 spray in
liner sky blue gray nt
buckets extra rims,
clean $ 9,950 Don
904 777- 1105 or
904- 673-9031
FORD RANGER '94 Bik
Sspd, AC, wheels 86K.
Only $2950. 772-1221
A For Sale Topper for
small truck $ 50.00 Call
kL, 338-1264 or 268-1384
A GMCSonoma01' 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
JEEP Cherokee Classic
01 6cyl .4x4, red, 42Kmi
all maint rec. perf cond.
$10,500. obo. 273-4281
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
JEEP WRANGLER '04
5500ml, AT, 6 C

356-2a28 Or 246-4104
A JIMMY GMC '01
T $8,000 OBO 68k
Lf hwy ml, new baa-
tery, tow pkg, CD
player great interior
904-422-0407
KIA SPORTAGE CONV 4x4
'01. 5spd, ac. loaded
$4975. 699-9669
MAZDA TRIBUTE '02
St#614A. $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCEDES ML320 '01


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



LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N.Ronad Reagan Blvd.
Logwoodlando 407339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



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



MATHENY LOTUS
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



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



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



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cidtyautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd 779-8100


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 CassatlAve 389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U&I n 1N sA, 9 A0-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER
BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC
Green Cove Spnngs 264502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
3919 Phillips Hwy 733-1616



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd 725-9155


ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N Ronal Reagan BrEd
Long9Oiand Fl 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Brvd. Jax
904-778-7700 www nmnicf corn



SATURN OF REGENCY
AFc Alfic n DBlv d 725,M


Trucks /

SUV's
MrrITS. MONTERO '98
St#BUC4400A. $5,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITS. OUTLANDER '04
St#E807. $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN King Cab
SXE PU '95 4 cyl, 5
spd, leather, sun-
roof, A/c, runs
drives great. $4,600 obo
904-757-8234

NISSAN PATHFINDER LE
03. 28K mi. 4WD. tow pkg
ec cond $22K, 997-1902
NISSAN XE PU '94, 120K
mi $5000 or best offer.
Call 631-2351 Michael
SUZUKI Grand V Ktara 00.
at/ac loaded, art cond,
must sell $7295. 389-7700
TOYOTA TACOMA '03
Reg Cab, 2WD, X cnd Can
fin $235mo wac. 389-7700

1345 Vans/Buses

CHEVYASTROVAN
4 '94, Needs some
work $1500 278-2831.
Dodge Caravan '00 Wht
4dr, 58Kmi, AC.CD, key-
less remote, exc cond
$6600821-4262 514-0793
FORD E-1SO -'04, Super
duty cargo van, inclds
rack sys & keyless
entry. Only 5k ml, $21k.
Call 669-5918
FORD E350'03 15 pas-
senger Van. V8, at, dual
AC. $15,975. 777-9119
FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr,
AT. dual AC. loaded.
$6975. Call 699-9669
KIA SEDONA '05. Very
low miles, loaded, out-
standing shape, must
sell. $15,975. 389 7700
KIA SEDONA EX '03
Fully loaded. 42K miles,
$15,000. 904-739-1628
MERCURY VILLAGER '93 1
owner AC, pwpl no rust
73Kmi $2995. 737.7514
NISSAN QUEST '01
Alloy wheels. $179mo
WAC. Call 859-5820

A =AMiscellaneous
1350 Auto

A Aluminum Topper
good condition was on
| l 97 Dodge Dakota Club
Cab $ 200.00 nego
781-1532
A Truck Cap. Century
Brand fiberglass.
| Custom Fit Nissan
86.5-97 King Cab.
Exc Cond $200 Call
904--284-4883

1355Auto'sfrTrucks
3 i DWanted

WIl PURCJIHASEP


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngenan Circle. 771-9100
ULIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-488 or 904-797-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEEN VW

2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911




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



PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
1,0231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beacn Blvd 724-3511

BRUMOS PRE-OWNED
10384 Atlantic Blvd 641-2500

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road OP 269-5002

DRIVE TICKET
www driwetlckecom
8908 Atlantic Blvd 425-4001


10384 Atlantic Blvd 998-0012

FRANK GRIFRN SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd 269-1033

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd 371-4877

COGGIN USED CAR

SUPERCENTER
8500 Atanbc Blvd 724-4999

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

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East Stale Si 356-8491





TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
7600 Blanaing Blvd 899-0900

WORLD IMPORTS
www.wordimportsusa.com





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Coggin Toyota at the Avenues 10564 Philips Hwy. 1-800431-3952
Coggin Honda of St. Augustine 2898 U.S.1 South 1-800456-1846
Coggin PontiaoGMC of Orange Park 7245 Blanding Blvd. 1-8665586409
Coggin Used Car Supercenter 8500 Atlantic Blvd. 1-866-271-2459
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