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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 2005
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Tree Planting
CeremonN Honors CDC Employee
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Spring Cleaning
NAS Jax Holds Shoreline Clean Up
Pages 8-9



Military Moves
Plan Your PCS
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TOUCHING Jax Air News places in


Commissary holds
tent sale, concert
The semi-annual, price-
slashing Tent Sale is
under way at the parking
lot of the NAS Jax Com-
missary. Saturday, be-
tween 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.,
the commissary will hold a
customer appreciation
concert with various local
bands and singers per-
forming adjacent to the
Tent Sale.
Bring your lawn chair
and enjoy an afternoon of
music and fun. For more
information, call 542-5311,
Ext. 0,

USO to sponsor,
Zoo Night
The USO is hosting the
14th annual Military Zoo
Night Saturday from 6:30-
8:30 p.m. This event is
open to all active military
members and their fami-
lies. Tickets are only $1
per person and include the
train ride. Tickets can be
purchased at the USO or
at the gate the night of the

Wellness Center
to offer training
The Wellness Center is
offering a training session
for all command fitness
leaders and physical
readiness coordinators
May 19 from 1-3 p.m. at
the Wellness Center.
This training will review
the Fitness Enhancement
Program (FEB) guidelines
and procedures. Qualified
staff members will be
there to answer any ques-
tions pertaining to con-
ducting and monitoring
your Please call 542-5292
to register. Seats are limit-
ed to 50.

Asian Pacific
American Heritage
The NAS Jacksonville
Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee will host an
Asian Pacific American
Heritage Month Luncheon
May 19 from 11 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. Cmdr. Don
Albia, department head at
Mayport Medical Clinio,
will be the guest speaker.
For more information or to
purchase tickets, contact
JO1 Mike England at 542-

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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Here are the two submitted issues of lax Air News that secured third place in
the annual CHINFO Merit Awards competition.

media competition
By Kaylee LaRocque the Jax Air News team members
Staff Writer are dedicated to their professions.
Our goal will always be to provide
N AS Jacksonville's weekly the NAS Jacksonville service
newspaper, Jax Air News, members, Department of Defense
has been selected as one of civilians, retirees and family
the top three commercial enter- members with the news, informa-
prise newspapers in the Navy in tion and special features they ben-
the Metro Category of the Chief of efit from each week," Gallet
Naval Information (CHINFO) added.
Merit Awards. "I am very pleased that CHIN-
In a message released last week FO recognized JO1 England for
from the Chief of Naval Opera- excellence not only as a gifted
tions announcing the winners, Jax writer, but also as an outstanding
Air News placed third in this photojournalist. His work with
year's competition. This is the sec- both the Jax Air News and sup-
ond time in the past four years porting local high visibility events
that the Jax Air News has been has been superb," said NAS Jax
recognized for this prestigious Executive Officer Capt: Chuck
award. The staff was honored for Tamblyn, upon learning of the
producing the best paper overall awards.
in 2001. In 2003, the paper's Web "Having the Jax Air News sin-
site won second place. gled out as one of the best base
Also recognized this year was papers in the entire Navy is some-
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike Eng- thing the entire NAS Jacksonville
land who was chosen Best New team is extremely proud of. Having
Writer in the Navy. He also placed both, the Subase Kings Bay paper
second in the photojournalism cat- (The Periscope) and the NAS Jax
egory. England has been a mem- paper in the top three, underscores
ber of the Jax Air News staff for the excellent working relationship
about one and a half years. He and partnership between the U.S.
was a former Navy Aerograph r. Navy and The Florida Times-
waste and formnver Navy Aerographer's Union," added Tamblyn.
Mate and converted to the Navy The annual Navy-wide CHINFO
Journalist rating 20 months ago. Merit Awards Program recognizes
"Winning this award was a team outstanding achievements in
effort between our staff and The internal media products produced
Florida Times- Union Military by Navy commands and individu-
Publications staff," said Miriam als. To compete in the CHINFO
Gallet, Jax Air News editor, print awards, all commands and
"Although winning this award individuals are required to submit
and having my assistant editor, two entries into their perspective

JO1 England win two other
CHINFO awards definitely proves

See CHINFO, Page 10

CNRSE, NavHosp Jax host child maltreatment conference

By Miriam S. Gallet
Last week, the foremost
authorities in the detection
and prevention of child abuse
from the Armed Forces Center for
Child Protection (AFCCP) at the
National Naval Medical Center in
Bethesda, Md., conducted a two-
day conference aboard the base.
The event was co-sponsored by
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
(CNRSE) Family Advocacy Division
and the Naval Hospital Jacksonville
and was held April 27 and 28.
During the opening remarks of
the Interdisciplinary Assessment of
Suspected Child Maltreatment
Conference, Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Executive Officer Capt.
(Dr.) Elaine Wagner, welcomed the
presenters and participants and
praised Capt. (Dr.) Barbara Craig,
director of the AFCCP, as the fore-
most authority on child abuse in
the Armed Services today and said
she was delighted to have such a
distinguished team of experts on
board to share their knowledge
with the professionals from the tri-
According to Sandy Jones,
regional coordinator, CNRSE
Family Advocacy Program, more
than 90 participants, including
medical personnel from the hospi-

Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Capt. Donna Kahn, a Navy nurse and member of the Armed Forces Center
for Child Protection at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md.,
facilitates a workshop about Juvenile Sex Offenders during the second day of
the conference.

tal and clinics, social/case workers,
legal officers and clerks, members
of the Naval Criminal Investigative
Services, base security personnel
and staff personnel from the tri-
bases.Fleet and Family Support
Centers (FFSC) attended the con-
ference. The interdisciplinary
training will give medical teams

and field workers new tools to cor-
rectly and promptly assess suspect-
ed cases of child abuse or maltreat-
"This conference is very impor-
tant for doctors, nurses, social/case
workers, law enforcement officers,
detectives, investigators, child pro-
tection workers, victim advocates,

Capt. (Dr.) Barbara Craig, director of
the Armed Forces Center for Child
Protection at the National Naval
Medical Center in Bethesda, Md.,
explains the role of the center during
the opening remarks of a two-day
Interdisciplinary Assessment of
Suspected Child Maltreatment
Conference held at NAS Jax April 27
and 28.
victim service providers and our
legal/judge advocate staff," said
Jones. "Often times, the first
responders to a scene are law
enforcement officers. This is why,
they are here today. Effective early
intervention by law enforcement
can save a child's life. This work-'

VP-5 conducts ops in Sig

AN Justin
uses hand sig-
nals to direct
a P- 3C Orion
from the taxi-
way. Kirsch-
baum is on
with the "Mad
Foxes" of VP-
5 currently
deployed to
NAS Sigonel-
Sla, Sicily, Italy. AO3 Michael Atkinson checks the pylon on a P-3C Orion
after the aircraft returned from a routine flight. Atkinson is
Photos by PHANJacqueline Hall on deployment with the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5.

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2 JaxAlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 5, 2005


Morning quarters keeps everyone 'in the know'

Fleet Command Master Chief
I'm not sure what has
changed in the fleet over
the years, but it appears
the tradition of holding
morning quarters slipped
from mandatory to optional.
As I travel throughout the
fleet I ask about quarters.
It seems some commands
hold quarters and some do
not. I am a huge proponent
of quarters because it is an
excellent venue to accom-
plish a lot, in a very short
period of time.
Officially, the practice is
called 'Quarters for Muster,
Instruction and Inspection.'
Just as the name suggests,.
three things should take
place daily. Here are a few
of my thoughts on each of
the three elements:
Muster. Clearly the most
basic element, muster is
used to track the where-
abouts of our people.
Muster is where we pulse
Accountability for what?
Accountability for your
whereabouts. When it
comes to accountability, you
are either present, on duty
(watch), on leave or TAD, or
you are in an unauthorized
absence (UA).
Let me assure you, there's
no such thing as 'running a
little behind,' or 'I'll be a lit-
tle late.' When a ship is at
sea, the muster report is the
single document used to
ensure the entire crew is
aboard and safe. There can
be no guessing on muster
Instruction. Some elimi-

nate this part of quarters
because they don't think
there is time for training at
quarters. Everyone always
seems to be in such a hurry
these days.
I would argue instruction
doesn't necessarily mean
training, and it doesn't nec-
essarily mean you have to
spend an hour at quarters.
To me, instruction really
means guidance. It's the
communication part of
Daily, if your command
has a plan of the day, the
applicable portions should
be read to all hands. If you
use a plan of the week, you
should just choose a day to
have it read, the earlier in
the week the better so as
not to miss important
Instruction is also used
for the division officer, lead-
ing chief petty officer or
leading petty officer (LPO)
to keep everyone abreast of
the day's work to be com-
pleted, important deadlines,
command-related events
that are of general interest

to everyone, and to inject
safety into every workday.
It is also the venue to
praise those who give extra
effort. Taking time to
reward your people at quar-
ters is time well spent!
Inspection. I'm not sure
why people get so defensive
about this element. Each
and every day we put on our
uniform we are charged
with wearing it correctly.
Why would you be opposed
to having your chief or LPO
take a look at you to ensure
you look your best?
Inspections don't have to
be terribly formal.
Inspections should also be
done in your working uni-
form whenever possible.
Dress inspections have their
place, but on a daily basis it
makes perfect sense to me
that leaders inspect their
people's uniforms, haircuts,
shoe shines, etc.
In some instances, you
really do only get what you
inspect. If you truly take
pride in your appearance
and understand that your
appearance affects how oth-
ers view you, you should
welcome daily inspections.
You should never view
inspections as punishment
or childish.
So there you have it,
quarters should be a part of
our Navy culture. With all
the tremendous challenges
we have ahead of us in the
Navy, we owe it to ourselves
and to our Sailors to start
every day off on the right
Communication is, if you
ask me, the most critical
part of ensuring command
success. Oh, and two-way

communication is far supe-
rior to one-way communica-
Too often leaders have all
the information and those
who work for us are left
wanting. Nothing beats
face-to-face communication -
E-mail has its place, and
it has become an invaluable
part of our communication
effort, but when it comes to
leading people, e-mail is no
replacement for personal
If you even remotely
believe that your success as
a communicator is meas-
ured by how many e-mails
you send in a day, you are
dead wrong. With the delete
key right next to the send
key, I wouldn't bet a nickel
that the majority of your e-
mails are read.
Shipmates, if you are in a
command or department
that holds quarters, you're
probably more informed
than your counterparts at
commands or departments
that do not.
If you don't have quarters,
ask your chief or division
officer why not. Given so
much good comes from hav-
ing quarters, I can't imagine
many good arguments being
waged as to why someone
would not conduct quarters.
Quarters are not an incon-
venience. Quarters should
be a part of our culture in
the Navy and we should do
everything we can to
embrace that ensure each of
us begins our day on time,
looking our best, and armed
with the most up-to-date
information we can possibly


Superman embodies all that is American, patriotic

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
It started like any other
day I was shopping with
Ford (4) and Owen (2),
spending money on things
that seemed useful and nec-
essary at the time-plates
with Hawaiian leis on them,
a box of florescent rubber
balls for the boys, a one-
pound bag of Tootsie Rolls.
Ford said, "Mom can we
buy a pack of streamers?"
and I asked, "What on Earth
for?" He looked at me and
shrugged, and I can only
guess his thought must
have been, "For the same
reason we're buying 50 rub-
ber balls and 1,000 Tootsie
But never mind; I held my
ground: "No, we're only buy-
ing things we need today."
He accepted this, the
same way he accepts every
other whacky thing his
mother says and does, and
we continued our shopping.
Then Ford and Owen ran
ahead to a display at the
end of the aisle and sudden-
ly I saw their faces come
aglow, like they'd just seen a
burst of fireworks.
"Whoa, Mom," Ford yelled.
"Look at this!"

Owen just starred in awe,
seemingly unable to speak.
"What is it boys?" I asked.
I walked in slow motion
toward them. I imagined
turning the corner and find-
ing a giant cockroach or a
dead- rat on the floor.'
But, no; it was far worse
than that.
I came to the end of the
aisle and there it was-a
CD collection of the "great-
est Superhero songs in the
world"-and in that
moment I knew my life was
about to change. Or, at least
my car rides were.
Bye, bye radio. Bye, bye
Gladys Knight. Hello-
gulp!-Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtles theme song.
Ford and Owen were
totally transfixed by the
image of Superman on the
case, and I knew there was
no way out. I had to buy the
CD, and, of course, unwrap
it immediately so they could
listen to it in the car.
Tracks 1-5 were torture.
Did you know there are no,
other words in the Batman
song besides "Batman"? And
"Spiderman" has the tempo
of something in fast-for-
But then came Track #6,
with the soft sound of a dis-

tant trumpet heralding in
the triumphant, familiar
tune of the Superman
theme song...and I got
Sonie of you might"
remember that my sons are
obsessed with Superman, to
the point of wearing red and
blue UnderRoos to the gro-
cery store and Wal-Mart. So
you can imagine their faces
during Track #6. In the
rearview mirror I saw them-,
sitting in respectful silence,
their eyes full of wonder.
And I admit, of all the
songs, Superman filled the
car with an indescribable
feeling of hopefulness
and.. .patriotism. Maybe it is
the fact that Superman has
been a part of the American
landscape since 1933. Or
that Superman's costume is
red and blue. Or maybe it is
Superman's all-American
close shave and black hair.
Whatever the reason,
Superman embodies some-
thing very patriotic.
Something American.
Some suggest that
Superman actually is a
metaphor for immigrants
coming to the States and
adjusting to our society. He
is not American, after all; he
is a Kryptonian. By day he

conforms to societal pres-
sures as the "mild man-
nered" Clark Kent in dark-
rimmed glasses and a nerdy
suit. But when trouble calls,
he transforms into the
brave, red and blue caped
hero who "saves the day."
And I think this is what
has caused Superman to
endure the years and
remain one of the most pop-
ular Superheroes for
American boys to admire.
Ford and Owen can't
explain why, but they defi-
nitely favor Superman over
Ninja Turtles, Spiderman,
and even Batman. I suspect
they are drawn to
Superman's idealism, his
hopefulness, his embodi-
ment of all that is good.
Superman reminds us of
the power in each and every
one of us-the immigrant,
the overlooked, the "nerds,"
the "weak." He teaches us
that inside of everyone
there is a Superhero, and to
all Americans there is
And, you know, maybe
that's not such a bad thing
for my boys to be obsessed
with after all.
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-


Hey, Moneyman:
I noticed that the cover
story in this week's Navy
Times was about "Payday
Predators." The article
stated that military fami-
lies are the targets of these
lenders and that they
charge over 700 percent
interest for some of these
That's impossible! Don't
we have laws that limit the
rates these people charge?
Can't the Navy put them
off base? I can't believe
this is allowed in our coun-
MoneyMan Sez:
Unfortunately, the arti-
cle is correct. There are
thousands of lenders out
there who prey on the mili-
tary and they charge these
huge rates. They try to
make you believe that the
interest rate does not mat-
ter because it is a one to

two week loan. The rates do
Many states are trying to
restrict the rates charged
for these loans, but most of
the payday loan companies
operate from states with no
usury laws and they are
allowed, to export these
high rates to other states.
Payday loans are a bad
deal! No one needs money
badly enough to have to pay
700 percent interest. I am
glad you read the article
and I would recommend
you show it to all of your
friends. Getting the word
out is the first step to bring
these lenders under control.
I also recommend you go
to your bank, credit union
or the Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society any time you
need a loan.
As Liz Kosse from the
NMCRS pointed out,
"Every 'single storefront

payday loan begins with a
bad check." That should be
a clue that this may not be

an upfront, good deal.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.



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.

Job title/command:
Weapons Department

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Family Life: Married with one child.

Past Duty Stations: USS Spruance
(DD 963)

' Career Plans: I plan to put a package in and
, hopefully become a limited duty officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Crossing
the line.

Words of Wisdom: I'm just happy to be
here and be part of the team.


S7 Job title/command:
Supply Technician
FISC Jacksonville

Hometown: Columbia, S.C.

Family Life: Single with one adult son.

Past Duty Stations: Yon song, Korea, Fort
Lewis, Wash.

Career Plans: To gain knowledge that will
afford me opportunities to apply for various
logistical positions within FISC. My ultimate
goal is to get accepted into an internship pro-

Most Interesting Experience: Touring
USS Camden.

[ Words of Wisdom: Each one of us is
responsible for our own internal happiness.
Once we stop seeking happiness through oth-
ers, we will begin to realize that there is so
much in life; we can genuinely be happy about.

Watch where you park

while visiting Building 1

Anyone visiting Building 1 is reminded that there is
S limited visitor parking. The visitor parking area is
. J arked with signs in the parking lot.
All other parking areas are for those personnel working
in Building 1 who have an orange placard designating
them a parking space. This placard must be visible from
outside their vehicle. There is also a designated parking
area specifically for government vehicles.
Tickets will be issued for those who park illegally in des-
ignated parking areas.

SNAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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VS-32 partici-
pates in the
first S-3B Viking
launch of an

Photo courtesy of VS-32

'Maulers' perform a Viking 'first'

By Lt. j.g. Helen Watson
The "Maulers" of VS-32 took part in an
exercise last week that will go down in
S-3B Viking history. Two jets from
VS-32 were sent to NAS Point Mugu, Calif.
to lead a live-fire SLAM-ER missile shot
with help from an F/A-18C Hornet from
VFA-86 and an F/A-18B from VX-30. The
missile shot was conducted on April 26 at
the Naval Air Weapons Division (NAVAIR-
WD) Sea Test Range (STR) at a target on
San Nicolas Island.
The missile system involved in this exer-
cise is the Standoff Land Attack Missile
Expanded Response (SLAM-ER), which the
aircrew from VS-32 have practiced and test-
ed extensively. On March 29, two Viking
aircrews performed a practice exercise in
preparation for the live shot. The tests last
month allowed the aircrew to evaluate the
capability of the S-3B to communicate with
the missile while it is airborne en route to
the target.
The SLAM-ER was launched from about
a hundred miles out by the lead S-3B,
whose aircrew also controlled the missile's
initial flight path. The lead S-3B provided
an update to the missile post-launch via a
land midcourse update (LMU), which

changed the missile's path toward a second-
ary target near the original aim point. The
new target was a mobile surface-to-air mis-
sile launcher.
Once the SLAM-ER was near the final
target, the F/A-18 pilot provided
terminal/man-in-the-loop (MITL) control of
the missile, with the S-3B providing backup.
The second S-3B performed range clear-
ance, photo chase, and served as a second
backup for MITL control of the missile.
This exercise marks the first time a fleet
S-3B Viking successfully launched a live
operational SLAM-ER in field conditions. A
SLAM-ER shot from an S-3B had previous-
ly been performed by test pilots only. The
shot was also the first time a Viking con-
trolled a SLAM-ER post-launch using the
new LMU capability of the missile system.
Several VS-32 squadron members were
involved in the planning and execution of
this exciting event, including ordnance han-
dlers, maintenance personnel, and aircrew.
In the lead jet launching the missile was
pilot Lt. Mike Kinter, Lt. j.gs. Aaron Massey,
Jason Ahmanson, and Rodrigo Simoes. The
chase jet aircrew consisted of pilot Lt. j.g.
Jeff Harper, Lt. Taylor Brownlie, Lt. Cmdr.
Kevin. Quarderer, and Lt. j.g. Gary
Roznovsky. The F/A-18 was piloted by Lt.
Chad Deal.

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Looking sharp

Photo courtesy of VP- 16
Members of VP-16 gather with students at Hyde Park Elementary. The squadron recently
developed a new partnership with the school to help students with their academic skills and
teach them about military life.

VP-16 'War Eagles' help local school

Photo byAEC(AW/SW) Tony Hines
The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jacksonville's Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Robert Newton inspects staff Marines and Sailors during recent command inspec-

Battle of Midi
From Staff

he Navy League of Mayport is host-
ing this year's Battle of Midway
Commemoration Dinner. Tickets are
now on sale for this year's event, which
will be held June 4 at the Radisson
Riverwalk Hotel on Jacksonville's
The guest speaker will be Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Vern Clark. Other distin-
guished veterans of the historic battle will
also attend this year's dinner.
Ticket prices are: active duty E6 and
below $20; E7 to 03, $30; 04 to 05, $40
and 06 and above, civilians and retirees -
$50. The cost includes an evening of fine
dining and entertainment, camaraderie
and reserved seating. Uniform will be din-
ner dress white jacket for 04 and above
and dinner dress white/dress whites for E9
and below. Cocktails begin at 6:30 p.m.
and dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased from the fol-
lowing locations: Navy League of Mayport
at 285-8731, USO Mayport at 246-3481,
USO Jacksonville at 778-2821, NS
Mayport Command Master Chief at 270-

way dinner set

j- .. .

Adm. Vern Clark
Chief of Naval Operations
5940, NAS Jax CMC at 542-2934 and
Blount Island 1st Sgt. at 696-5058. Please
make checks payable to Midway Dinner.

By Lt. j.g. Michael Minervini
The "War Eagles" of VP-16 have
reached out to develop a new part-
nership with Hyde Park Elementary,
a local school in the Jacksonville area. The
squadron selected Hyde Park because it
offered a great opportunity to positively
impact children in an inner-city environ-
The squadron's goal is to work closely
with the students to help them develop
academic skills and teach them about life
in the military. The ultimate goal is to fos-
ter a strong relationship with the students
and the local community.
War Eagle Sailors currently visit the
school twice a week to assist with the

tutoring and mentoring of students in
Kindergarten through fifth grade. They
also provide assistance with school athletic
events and field trips. Harold Vandiver, a
retired Navy senior chief petty officer and
P-3 flight engineer who now teaches at
Hyde Park elementary, is very excited
about the influence Sailors are having on
his students. "Watching these kids inter-
act with Sailors has rejuvenated their
interest in studying and raised their desire
to achieve success," remarked Vandiver.
Lt. Nagel Sullivan, program coordinator
added, "The participation has been excel-
lent. We have a lot of Sailors excited to
help the kids and we look forward to giving
back to the local community. These chil-
dren enjoy the extra attention and the pro-
grams positive reinforcement."

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CDC holds ceremony, plants

tree in honor of co-worker

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

he NAS Jax Child
Development Center
(CDC) staff and chil-
dren held a special ceremo-
ny on Arbor Day Friday to
celebrate the life of one of
their co-workers who
passed away in early
Shortly before the cere-
mony, a special Red Bud
tree was planted in front of
the north playground and a
plaque was placed under-
neath in memory of
Catherine "Kay" Collins
who passed away suddenly
March 8.
As family members,
friends, co-workers and the
children gathered under
the shady trees outside the


Catherine "Kay" Collins
2/24/54 3/8/05
center, the ceremony began
with a prayer by Lt. Cmdr.
Dedra Bell of the NAS Jax
Chapel. It was followed by
a moving tribute by Sandy
Powers, director of the

Sandi Nissen and Kathy Gleaton of the Child Development
Center open 'a box to release a cluster of balloons at the end
of the ceremony. Sandi Nissen and Kathy Gleaton of the Child
Development Center open a box to release a cluster of bal-
loons at the end of the ceremony.

"We've all been put here
to fill a purpose. Catherine
found her purpose. She had
a number of purposes in
her life and that's a bless-
ing to each and every one
of us," remarked Powell.
"If you consider the num-
ber of children she cared
for during her life, some of
them are almost 18 now,
she influenced them right
from the very start, hope-
fully they remember some
of these influences as the
rest of us do," she added.
After several songs by
the CDC toddler's a, special
yellow ribbon around the
tree was cut by Catherine's
husband, John Collins,
Kathy Gleaton and Sandi
Nissen and both of the
CDC staff members who
planned and coordinated
the ceremony.
The ceremony was con-
cluded as a cluster of red,
white and blue balloons
were released as the chil-
dren gazed up in awe.
Guests were then offered
refreshments inside the
"This is really great that
they did this in remem-
brance of Catherine. I
appreciate it very much,"
said John Collins, tearfully.
Catherine was born Feb.
24,1954 in Virginia Beach,
Va. She moved to Jack-
sonville with her husband
in 1990 and was the moth-
er of four children and five
While working with the
toddlers at the CDC,
Catherine was also
employed at Naval
Hospital Jax as a medical
clerk in the Emergency
Room for three years and
was working the night

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shift at the Acute Care
Center at the time of her
"Catherine was a very
loving and giving person
and a true inspiration to
all who knew her. She had
such an unselfish desire to
help those in need and was
always doing things to
make people feel special,"
said Gleaton. "She had
such a passion for life. The

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absence of her presence
here is greatly felt."
The CDC would like to
acknowledge and thank
the many businesses that
helped make this dedica-
tion so special: Bonnie's
Nursery, Coca-Cola, Crisp-
ers, Flowers Baking Com-
pany, Hall's Nursery, Jack-
sonville Memory Gardens,
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ica #86, Navy Exchange

(From left)
Sandi Nissen,
Kathy Gleaton
and John Collins
cut a yellow rib-
bon during a
special ceremo-
ny at the Child
Center last
Friday to cele-
brate the life of
Catherine "Kay"
Collins, a for-
mer child care
provider at the
center who
passed away in

Garden Shop, Publix,
Sam's Club, Sonny's,
Woody's Bar BQ Orange
Park and the staff and par-
ents of the CDC.
A very special thank you
goes to Tom Nissen and
Sharon Mitchell for their
liaison support and Mike
Rettinger, Mike Shields,
Anthony Frederick and
Wayne Watts for planting
the tree.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
A group of preschoolers from the NAS Jax Child Development Center listen attentively
as NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson reads Go Dog Go by Dr. Seuss
April 28 as part of Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Most of the children were familiar with the book and helped read along.

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he following is the
Diabetic Class sched-
ule for Naval Hospi-
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6 IaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 5, 2005

Pharmaceutical changes

TRICARE moves medications to non-formulary

Upcoming health fair offering

screenings and information

The Military Health System's
health coverage plan, TRI-
CARE, announced the selection
of three medications to be placed in
the non-formulary category of its new
Formulary: Nexium' (esomeprazole),
a medication for ulcers and other
stomach problems, and Teveten
(eprosartan) and Teveten HCT
(eprosartan with hydrochloro-thi-
azide), both used to treat high blood
"With the selection of the first three
non-formulary drugs, we have taken
an important step in standardizing
formulary management within the
Department of Defense," said Dr.
William Winkenwerder Jr., assistant
secretary of defense for Health Affairs
and Director of TRICARE.
Effective July 17, 2005, military
beneficiaries will pay $22 for up to a
30 or 90-day supply of these medica-
tions, depending on whether they fill
the prescription at a TRICARE Retail
Network Pharmacy (TRRx) or
through the TRICARE Mail Order
Pharmacy (TMOP). Beneficiaries will
pay the higher of $22 or 20 percent in
retail non-network pharmacies.
Patients currently using Nexium,
Teveten or Teveten HCT may wish
to consult their doctor. If medical
necessity is established for using
Nexium, Teveten or Teveten HCT,
patients may qualify for the $9 cost
share for up to a 30-day TRRx supply
or up to a 90-day TMOP supply.
Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs)
will no longer have Nexium, Teveten
or Teveten HCT on their local formu-
laries. MTFs will be able to fill non-
formulary requests for these medica-
tions only if both of the following con-
ditions are met: 1) an MTF provider
writes the prescription, and 2) med-
ical necessity is established for these
products. MTFs may (but are not
required to) fill a Nexium, Teveten
or Teveten HCT prescription written
by a non-MTF provider to whom the
patient was referred, as long as med-
ical necessity has been established.
Active duty members pay no cost
shares, and unless medical necessity
is established, they may not obtain
non-formulary drugs.
IUM: Beneficiaries who already have
a medical necessity determination for
Nexium on file at the TMOP are
required to re-establish medical
necessity for the drug under the med-

Formulary changes

A summary of therapeutic alternatives to the non-formulary
medications, and their corresponding cost share are listed in
the chart below:


Teveten HCT1

Formulary Alternative
Diovan/Diovan HCT
Micardis/Micardis HCT
Atacand"/Atacand HCTP
Benicar*/Benicar HCT

ical necessity criteria approved by the
Director of TRICARE in order to
receive Nexium at the $9.00 formula-
ry cost share. Existing TMOP medical
necessity determinations for Nexium
will become invalid on July 17, 2005.
The formulary review was conduct-
ed by the Department of Defense
(DoD) Pharmacy and Therapeutics
(P&T) Committee, which is comprised
of physicians, pharmacists and repre-
sentatives from the Services and the
Veterans Administration.
The committee evaluated and cate-
gorized prescription drugs for place-
ment as formulary or non-formulary
based on the drug's relative clinical
and cost effectiveness compared with'
other drugs in the same therapeutic
class. On March 23, 2005, the
Beneficiary Advisory Panel (BAP),
which represents the interests of TRI-
CARE beneficiaries, commented on
the committee's recommendations.
"DoD uses a well established P&T
Committee process to maintain a for-
mulary that ensures that the needs of
our beneficiaries are met, and to
ensure that high quality care is deliv-
ered. The medical professionals on
this committee have exercised sound
clinical judgment in their decisions. I
have great confidence in the integrity
of the process," Winkenwerder said.
Capt. Patricia Buss, U.S. Navy,
chair of the DoD P&T Committee
stated, "The P&T Committee bases its
formulary recommendations on exten-

Junior volunteer needed

rhoe Red Cross Junior Summer Volunteer Program at
aval Hospital Jacksonville is accepting applications
for the summer session (June-August).
If your teenager is dependable, willing to accept responsi-
bility and has a desire to help within the community and
meets the requirements, then the Junior Volunteer Summer
Program is for them. Interested high school students
between the ages of 15 and 18 are encouraged to apply.
Enrollment is limited, so the applicants are encouraged to
apply early. The Junior Volunteers will be assigned to work
in designated areas of the hospital under supervision of the
staff members. The Junior Volunteer Program requires a
minimum of four hours per week (maximum 20 hours a
Applications must be returned to the Red Cross Office by
May 13 with a copy of the immunization record and current
PPD. Mandatory Orientation is June. 6-7. Call Mrs.
Lammert at 542-7525 for more information.

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sive analyses of pharmaceutical
agents by pharmacy experts. Only
when the committee has determined
that a drug is not as relatively clini-
cally effective or as relatively cost-
effective as other available formulary
medications, will that drug be consid-
ered for non-formulary status. We
want to make sure beneficiaries will
continue to have available the med-
ications that they need at the generic
or formulary cost-share."
Eligible beneficiaries can fill pre-
scriptions for non-formulary and
other covered medications through
the TMOP and TRRx pharmacies.
Cost savings can be obtained by fill-
ing prescriptions through the TMOP,
where beneficiaries may receive up to
a 90-day supply of medicine for the
same cost as a 30-day supply in the
For more information about TMOP
eligible beneficiaries may visit the
Express-Scripts Inc. Web site at
tmop_contact.cfm or they can call
(866) DOD-TMOP, (866) 363-8667.
Beneficiaries may also contact the
TRRx customer service line at (866)
DOD-TRRX, (866) 363-8779, or visit:
Beneficiaries may use the Formu-
lary Search Tool for additional infor-
mation about various medications,
their availability and cost at: www.

1 0 lR d O n P 92 4

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public
N aval Hospital
Jacksonville will
be offering one-
stop shopping for help
with your health concerns
May 20.
The hospital will pres-
ent its 9th Annual Health
Fair from 9:30 a.m. 1:30
p.m. in the Navy Ex-
change Courtyard aboard
NAS Jacksonville.
Participating clinics in-
clude Audiology which
will offer hearing screen-
ings, the Substance Abuse
Rehabilitation Program
providing drug and alco-
hol awareness informa-
tion and the Physical
Therapy and Occupa-tion-
al Therapy De-partment.,
Also on hand will be
representatives from the
hospital Pharmacy with
information on medical
safety, osteoporosis
screenings and informa-
tion on the Phar-macy
Lipid Clinic.
The Family Practice
Clinic will offer informa-
tion on hypertension and
Urology will provide
men's health information.
(prostate health, etc.).
The hospital Breast
Health Nurse will join
members of the Ribbons
to Roses Breast Cancer

Survivor Group to edu-
cate women on breast
health care issues. And,
the Diabetic Clinic will
offer information for peo-
ple living with diabetes.
Wellness Center person-
nel will provide informa-
tion on fitness, nutrition
and tobacco cessation as
well as blood pressure
The Veterans Admini-
stration and TRICARE
will have representatives
available to discuss bene-
fits. The hospital Emer-
gency Medical Depart-
ment as well as the
Branch Medical and
Dental Clinics will be
available with program
information. And informa-
tion will also be available
on the Exceptional Family
Member Program. The
hospital nutritionist will
be available to provide
guidance on how diet
affects your health.
This is a great opportu-
nity to learn how you can
partner with Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's
medical professionals to
take control of your
health and well-being. For
more information. contact
the Naval Hospital
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8 laxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 5, 2005

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,'""' Brian W hite
S and Army Pvt.
"Robert White
'hPrin work together
....during the
OIL cleanup.

MRS lax


.help riverbank

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p,,, By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor

"4" : TAS Jacksonville's Facilities Environmental
.: Division held a shoreline clean up in celebra-
tion of Earth Day April 28 at Sea Bat Park.
Numerous volunteers participated in this base-wide
event, removing nearly 5,000 pounds of trash from the
Five miles of St. Johns River shoreline area bordering
4M Mthe base.
"Approximately 150 people showed up Thursday
morning and worked to mid-afternoon cleaning up the
shoreline," said
NAS Jax Envi-
ronmental Div-
UMS isi.on Assistant
(From left) CS3 Chayla Branch and CS2 Temela Rudd, along with CSC Allan Johnson and CS3 Frank Genge (in canoe) do their part, Natural Re-
to clean up the shoreline. source Mana-
ger Angela
Glass. "Even
though we col-
I. ....lected a lot of
trash and de-
bris, the job is
still not fin-
ished. Every-
one needs to do
their part to
keep our shore- .
lines clean
each and every
each and every NAS Jax Environmental Employee Billy
SAfter a shortyBrownfield removes debris off of the
safety-brief rocks during the shoreline cleanup
''safety bief, April 28.
walked the shoreline picking up trash while others
took to the river in canoes and boats collecting debris
in the water.
"I think it's important to clean up our environment.
"Some people leave a lot of trash behind and someone
NAS Jax's Facilities Environmental Division Natural Resource has to pick it up," said SW3 John Butler.
Manager Brenda Surmonte (right) helps CS2 Mavin Jeffery Environmental Division Employee Billy Brownfield
sign up for the shoreline clean up April 28. thinks if people took ownership of their environment,
SW3 John Butler removes a large metal bar from the shoreline, these cleanup might not be necessary. "That's my
river and I've gotta take care of it," he said.
.. ,- -NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
] Dobson hopes the clean up will help make all person-
v nel aware of the negative impact that litter has on the
overall appearance of the base. "The appearance of
NAS Jax is a direct reflection of how people feel about
the base and how they feel about their work. It shows
a sense of ownership in the place that the American
taxpayers have entrusted to our care," Dobson said. "I
think everyone enjoyed the cleanup, because they
______.__ were able to get out of their offices and walk around
the base doing their part in keeping our shoreline
According to NAS Jax's Facilities Environmental
.=,..' ., .Division Natural Resource Manager Brenda
"''.: .. Surmonte, the cleanup is only the beginning of keep-
a.. ing NAS Jacksonville's shoreline looking its best year-
.round. "The participation was overwhelming. The base
S_, .{_ looks absolutely spectacular," said Surinonte. "I would
~ ~"'~! ~ encourage everybody to do their part by throwing
stuff away in the appropriate containers to begin
... ,_.. ,with. If they see some litter on the ground, pick it up.
1 ..- .I.i .;.''-:.'i--i*.'..'."If they observe somebody littering, tell them we don't

.d... o that here. This is a clean base, and we want to keep
.--. 1', .P\it that way."
Y. "After the clean up, the volunteers were treated to
P -free hotdogs, chips and drinks courtesy of the Morale,
/Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Department, the Navy
... .Exchange and other vendors.
..The NAS Jax Facilities Environmental Division
S'would like to thank the NAS Jax executive officer, Air
Operations, Security, First Lieutenant Division, Boat
House and Mulberry Cove Marina for participating in
this event.
NAS lax Environmental Employee Billy Brownfield drags a large pi. ce of what used to be a pier off of the shoreline .


JaxAir NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 5, 2005 9

(Above) NAS Jacksonville Safety Manager Dave Colburn briefs the shoreline cleanup partici-
pants on the potential hazards along the shoreline.

(At right) CE2 Antonio Toles picks up a piece of trash during the shoreline cleanup.

(Above) SW3 John Butler (left) and BU3 D'Angelo Hayes remove debris from the shoreline.

(At right) Army Pvt. Jesus Armendarez attempts to remove
a piece of debris lodged in the shoreline
during the shoreline cleanup April 28.

testing. currently, Colloege

From Page 1

categories. In the metro newspaper
category, one submission is pre-
selected by the CHINFO staff by
date of publication. Therefore,
through out the year, the Jax Air
News team strives'to produce an
award-winning paper every week.
Jax Air News, which was originally
established on April 1, 1943, became
the first military publication for The
Florida Times-Union when then
NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Mark Boensel and
Times-Union Publisher Carl Cannon
formally signed the contract on Nov.

10 JuAlr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 5, 2005

Beware of

college scams

From the Navy College Examination
Office PProgram
A sk any Sailor why he ( C L E P )
or she enlisted and exams and
one of the reasons DANTE S
given will probably be (DSST) are
money for college. It's no o e re
secret the Navy offers one of Wednesdays
the finest avenues for those at 9:30 a.m. and
wishing to pursue a college Thursdays at 2 p.m. at the
education. Thursday at 2 p.m. at the
The Navy College Office NAS Jacksonville NCO.
(NCO ) exists to guide They are free to active duty
Sailors in this endeavor military members. In addi-
with numerous educational tion, the center offers study
information for these tests,
programs and benefits, which can also be obtained
many of which are free.
Unfortunately, however, at no cost.
Sailors are often besieged To help Sailors with
wiboeirsg redu tuition costs associated with
with "offers" from other edu- o education the Navy
national institutions promis- off-duty education the Na) pro-
ing the exact same services Tuition Assistance (TA) pro-
ing the exact same services
for a fee. Mall displays, gram is available. TA fund-
junk mail, and those ever- ing is 100 percent of tuition
increasing telemarketing up to $250 per semester
calls promise junior Sailors hour. A good Web site to
"legitimate" degrees at an gain knowledge on the
accelegitimated pace and in whole tuition assistance pol-
accelerated pace and in d
many cases, accelerated icy and to download a TA
application form is
prices. https//www.navycollege.nav
"Before anyone signs into .erena
a contractual agreement, Because of the increase in
they should call the Navy TA payments and the
College first," said NCO heightened awareness with-
Director Jeannie Fleming. in the Navy of the impor-
"They should call to see if stance of education, the Navy
the institution is legitimate, is anticipating increased
and see if they're possibly numbers of participants in
charging for services we pro- voluntary education pro-
vide for free. s charged grams. To spread funding.
Possible services charged over the greatest number of
by non-accredited institu- Sailors, there is a fiscal year
tions include college credit limit of 12 semester hours

(or equivalent) per individ-
ual. Again, anyone can
obtain the full policy via the
above Web site.
Representatives from
Columbia College, Webster
University, Jacksonville
University, Embry- Riddle
Aeronautical University,
Southern Illinois University,
and Florida Community
College at Jacksonville can
be found at the NCO.
Sailors concerned about
the TA benefits and who
may exhaust all the TA
semester hours before com-
pleting their education may
consult with their college
representatives regarding
additional sources of fund-
ing. Other sources of tuition
funding for Sailors include
Montgomery G.I. Bill, feder-
al loans and grants, and
numerous scholarship
"We have two Navy
College counselors here
ready to assist with any
questions Sailors may have
in continuing their educa-
tion," Fleming said.
To make an appointment,
call 542-2477.

Photo by Gus Terlaje
A children's poster contest was sponsored by the Fleet and Family Support Center in
recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month during the month of April. The winners
were recognized during a pizza party April 25 at the Youth Activities Center. Front
row, from left, Brittany Marshall, Mikkyla Holliday and Marie Pitts. Second row, from
left, Tierra Key, Jess-lee Ferlin, David Smashum and Sara Pitts. Back row, from left,
Charles Giles, Corey Fletcher and NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson,
who presented the awards to the children.

NCLC offers prep classes

The Navy College Learning Center is
offering free ASVAB/ACT/SAT prep
classes. Classes are offered May 16-
27. The sessions are Monday through
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Friday from 8 a.m. to noon.
Seating is limited and reserved on a
first-come basis. No-cost TAD orders are

newspapers from region in top three Navy-wide

Since then, the Times-Union has
acquired two other newspapers with-
in the Southeast Region, The Mirror
at NS Mayport and The Periscope at
NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
These three military papers fall
under the Specialty Publications
Department at The Times-Union.
The Periscope also placed in this
year's competition, taking second
"I'm very proud of the newspaper
staffs at Kings Bay and NAS
Jacksonville, who placed second and
third, respectively. I'm especially
proud of JO1 Mike England. It's a
tremendous accomplishment for an
individual who has been assigned to

a public affairs office on a first tour,
to be selected as the best new writer
in the Navy," remarked Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Public
Affairs Officer Pat Dooling.
"The significance of the CHINFO
Merit awards is just one that can't
be understated. Four hundred news-
papers compete for the three top
positions in the Navy and two of
them came from the Southeast
Region. That is a remarkable accom-
plishment and says a lot about our
team here."

CONFERENCE: Child abuse challenges addressed

From Page 1
shop covers important
issues including identify-
ing signs of abuse."
Upon taking the micro-
phone, a very enthusiastic
and informative Craig
explained the role of the
center and what the partic-
ipants could expect from
the two-day event. She
explained that the center,
one of the most respected
in the nation, was created
to address and keep the
most pressing child abuse
challenges in the forefront.
During the breakout ses-
sions, lively discussions on
topics such a the Life Long
Consequences of Adverse
Childhood Experiences,
Responding to Child
Victims and Witnesses of
Family Violence, Sex Abuse
Disclosure and Child
Forensic Interviewing gave
participants a venue in
which to voice their con-
Capt. Mike McKinnon,
commanding officer, Naval
Submarine Base, Kings
Bay, Ga. was one of the
attendees and said, "I am
here today because child
abuse and child molesta-
tion are occurring in the
U.S. and in the military in
greater numbers. Recog-
nizing it, knowing how to
treat it and knowing where
a commanding officer can
go for professional guid-
ance when a Sailor is
involved is of great impor-
"I have all of my FFSC
staff here today. As damag-
ing as child maltreatment
is to a innocent child, it

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has also become a readi-
ness issue that we must
learn to detect early and
deal with it correctly,"
McKinnon added.
Another participant was
CNRSE Deputy Staff
Judge Advocate Lt. Paul
Walker. "I'm glad I'm
attending this training. It
is giving me lots of new
tools and specific informa-
tion, which I was not
aware of before."
AFCCP was established
by Craig and provides edu-
cational and medical sup-
port to social services,
medical, legal, and inves--
tigative agencies within
the Department of Defense
and civilian community for
cases of suspected child

maltreatment, as well as
child pornography evalua-
tions including medical-
legal case reviews, expert
testimony, training, and
education. The AFCCP
staff regularly testifies as
expert witnesses for both
prosecution and defense in
many criminal cases, cus-

tody hearings, termination
of parental rights hearings
and military court-mar-
For more information on
the prevention of child
abuse, call NAS Jax FFSC
at 542-2766.


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Mission First, Sailors Always/it

Renovation project set to begin May 23.
Facility will be closed for approximately
eight weeks.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pin set-
ters and scoring system.

CPO Old Timers Reunion
May 14, 2 p.m.
$5 per person includes food and enter-
Open to all CPO patrons and their
Come out and party with the old timers.
Call 542-3521, Ext. 16 for more informa-

Pool set to open May 21.
Swim lesson registration begins May 21,
11 a.m.
Call 542-2930 for more info.

Indoor pool filtration upgrade project set
to begin May 9.
Upgrade will require the pool to be
closed for three to six weeks.

Call Aquatics for scheduling changes,

Call for more information about I.T.T.
trips or ticket prices 542-3318.
Tampa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Weekend get-a-way June 24-25.
Cost is $121 person, based on double
Sign up before May 25!
Mt. Dora Lunch, Train & Yalaha Bakery
June 4
Includes train ride, lunch, and a visit to
the bakery.
Cost is $47/person
Sign up by June 1.

Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to El-E5 single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Barracks Bash
May 11, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
Barracks Courtyard
Call 542-1335 for info.

Photo byJO1 Mike England/file
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jousting mat as Referee Rachel Vasquez monitors the match during last year's Barracks Bash.
This year's event is planned for May 11 from 3:30-7:30 p.m. in the barracks courtyard.
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Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
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please call the Officers' Club main office,

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Free antivirus software for home use available from Navy

By QM2 (SW) David
NS Everett Public Affairs

Service members and
authorized civilians
can now get free
antivirus software for
home use through a pro-
gram sponsored by the
Navy's Information
Assurance Web site.
The program hopes to
reduce the number of com-
puter virus attacks on gov-
ernment systems by pro-
viding antivirus protection
for military personnel who
use the Internet at home.
The software normally
retails for up to $50 at
stores throughout the
Sailors at NS Everett, in
Washington State, have
positive things to say
about the program.
"It's one of those little-
known Navy benefits," said
SN Chad Owsley, of NS
Everett's First Lieutenant
Division. "Not many people
know about it, but it will
save you a lot of money
and keep your computer
safer, and you don't even

FFSC offers


and support


The NAS Jackson-
ville Fleet- and
Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and
Support Program is the
foremost preventive
measure for the avoid-
ance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops
and classes are free and
available to service
members and their fami-
lies and Department of
Defense civilian person-
nel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special
accommodations or
handicapped access is
required, please notify
FFSC upon registration.
The following work-
shops are available in
May 9-12, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
May 19, 9 a.m. noon
Stress Management
May 23-26, 7:30 a.m. -
4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
May 24, 9 a.m. noon
Anger Control
For further informa-
tion or to register, call
S542-2766, Ext. 127.


have to pay for it. It's so
easy that even someone
like me who isn't a com-
puter geek can install it
without any trouble."
The program was devel-
oped by the Navy's
Information Assurance
Center, a division of the
Space and Naval Warfare
Systems command.
The Department of
Defense (DoD) negotiated
software licenses with
three major software com-
panies: Symantec, McAfee
and Trend Micro. These
licenses include home use
for all DoD employees,
including military service
members and authorized

Military personnel tak-
ing work home, and then
returning to the office with
infected files, had previ-
ously been identified as a
primary means of entry for
viruses attacking govern-
ment computer systems.
The antivirus software
can only be downloaded
from a computer with a
".mil" or ".gov" domain
address. (A small group of
users with an authorized
DoD "PKI" digital certifi-
cate may download the
software from any comput-
er.) Sailors then save the
software to any form of
portable media, such as
CD, thumb drive or zip
disk to bring to their home
computers for installation.
Most Navy and Marine
Corps Intranet computers
include a CD burner, and
all have USB ports for
attaching some form of
portable drive.
The Infosec Web site at
https://infosec.navy.mil has
complete instructions that
guide users to select the
most appropriate software
package. Antivirus soft-

ware from all three ven-
dors is available for nearly
all versions of both
Windows and Apple oper-
ating systems, as well as
many other rare operating
systems and handheld
"It's free and easy to
install," explained
ET2(SW) Antonio Huerta,
of NS Everett's informa-
tion resources manage-
ment office. "The user
doesn't have to worry
about paying for yearly
updates, either. All costs
are covered by the mili-
Users can select between
any of the three major ven-
dors. Symantec, maker of
Norton Antivirus software,
McAfee and Trend Micro
are all-available for down-

Service members and
civilians who choose not to
take advantage of the
Navy's Information
Assurance program can
end up paying a lot of
money for the same soft-
ware at a store. In many
cases, the Navy's software
is a stronger "corporate"
edition, which provides
even better protection than
the consumer versions sold

at stores.
"The Infosec Web site is
a great deal," said Huerta.
"The user gets free soft-
ware that protects their
home computer, and the
government reduces a
major virus threat. It's a
good situation that works
both ways."
The Navy's Infosec Web
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NMCRS Fund Drive continues

From Commander, Nav
congratulations to
and key persons
contact and/or 10(
Keep up the good work.
At the end of week fou
tacted 58 percent of th
region has contacted
Forty-one commands hay
We only have a short
remember that our print
cent contact with our pi
the opportunity to suppo
Society. The fund drive
help those commands th
that goal.
Thank you for your cc

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Jax commands:
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Training Center
B Company I & I Staff
Blount Island
Command Jax
CBMU Det 202
Commander, Navy
Region SE
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vy Region Southeast Defense Courier Station $240
NAVAIR Depot Jax $720
those commands, chairpersons, DVECC $624
who have achieved 100 percent EFA Southeast/ $312
0 percent of their monetary goal. PWC/ROICC
FACSFAC Jax $2,640
ir, the Jacksonville area has con- FASOTRAGRUDET $480
heir personnel and the overall FISC Jax $3,840
56 percent of their personnel. CHSWL $792
ve yet to reach all their goals. HS-11 $5,000
time left and again, we need to HS-15 $5,000
nary goal is to achieve 100 per- HS-3 $5,000
personnel and provide them with HS-5 $5,000
)rt the Navy-Marine Corps Relief HS-7 $5,000
has been extended to May 15 to HS-75 $2,500
at need some more time to make CNATTU Jax $4,944
NAS Jax $12,588
continued participation and sup- NAVAIRES $1,392
Navy & Marine Corps $624
current progress report for NAS Reserve Ctr.
Naval Healthcare $1,776
Goal Raised %o Support Office
UMD Jax $13,320 $14,835 Naval Hospital Jax $28,008
$936 $347 40 NLMOF $960
$624 $1,020 163 Navy Drug Lab $96
$456 $472 104 PSD Jax $1,512
$3,168 $708 22 REDCOM SE $984
SE Regional $1,080
$936 $0 0 Calibration Center
$120 $0 0 Organization Goal
$6,384 $1,622 25 Goal
Sea Control $432
$552 $610 111 Weapons School
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Annual golf tournament to benefit NMCRS cause i

From the NMCRS
Golf Committee

T he Jacksonville Area
Navy and Marine
Corps Golf Committee
will be hosting the 14th annu-
al Navy-Marine Corps Relief
SSociety Benefit Golf Tourna-
Iment May 26 at the private
Deercreek Country Club.
:- -Last year's tournament
ri-aised $37,000, which was
-rdturned to Sailors and
aines in the form of relief
Coeducational assistance.
Te goal for this year's
e4ent is $100,000, which
w4uld make it the ninth golf.
c arity tournament in
JAcksonville to raise that
amount in one day.
-jHole sponsorships start at
$00 and at the $1,500

level, the sponsor will also
be provided a free foursome
entry into the tournament.
All contributions to the soci-
ety are deductible under
Section 170(b)(1)(a) of the
IRS code.
Golfing foursomes are also
needed. Golfers this year
will have the opportunity to
play the immaculate greens
at the private Deercreek
Country Club of Jackson-
Dual shotgun starts
(morning wave at 8 a.m. and
afternoon wave at 1 p.m.)
will accommodate the first
288 golfers that sign up for
the tournament. At a mini-
mum, each golfer will
receive: cart and green fees
at the private Deercreek for

the tournament, lunch pro-
vided by Outback Steak-
house, an additional free
round of golf at Deercreek
for future use and another
at their sister club, Queens
Harbor Yacht and Golf Club.
Refreshments at all four
par three holes will be pro-
vided by Budweiser, Dasani
water and Powerade
throughout the course pro-
vided by the Coca-Cola
Corp., a golf towel, golf ball
sleeve, divot tool and tees
provided by the Navy
Federal Credit Union. A
$10,000 hole-in-one prize
will be provided by First
Command and the
Timberland backpack, key
chain and wallet that were
donated last year by the

Timberland Company.
For the $80 registration
fee, a golfer will receive
three rounds of golf, lunch,
refreshments and souvenirs.
Contact Lt. John Brabazon
at 542-4139 for entry forms.
There will also be a silent
auction and awards ceremo-
ny following the event.

$9,500 $10,560
$27,192 $22,655
$9,500 $8,160
$9,500 $5,384
$5,000 $1,091
$2,664 $0
$5,500 $11,528
$5,500 $2,827
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$5,500 $4,428
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Experiencing your

first PCS move

By Donna Hesterman

Nothing is for sure but death
and taxes, but for Sailors and
Marines, there is one more
thing you can count on moving.
The peak season for military house-
hold goods moves stretches across the
warmer months, from May to August,
requiring service members to sched-
ule their moves two to three months
in advance.
If you are getting ready to make
your first permanent change of duty
station (PCS) move, here are some
tips that can help you manage like an
old pro.
Before you go to the personal prop-
erty office (PPO) or the traffic man-
agement office (TMO) to schedule
your move, stop at the personnel
office and make sure your Defense
Enrollment Eligibility Reporting
System (DEERS) information is up to
date. If you have married, divorced, or
had an addition to your family, make
sure that the DEERS system reflects
those changes so that you will receive
the proper allowances.
The amount of goods you are
allowed to move and your pay
allowances (per diem, housing, etc.)
are all based on your grade and num-
ber of dependents. PPO or TMO will
be your main agencies for arranging
the move, and they help you schedule
a government move or a Do-It-
Yourself move. You may also choose to
arrange your move online.

If you have a spouse
or children, you will ?
need to contact TRI- )
CARE and request a
new primary-care
manager for each fam-
ily member. Make sure .
you pick up medical
records for your family
members and pets
before you leave.
If you plan to apply
for government hous-
ing, call your duty sta-
tion to find out what
the rules are for get- o
ting on the waiting
list. 0
Some housing offices
require you to check in
to your unit, and oth-
ers will place you on the list as soon
as you detach from your current sta-
tion if requested. Check the waiting
list for base child care as well.
Housing and day care will need a
phone number and address where
they can contact you while you travel.
There are many things to do before
moving day. Use a timeline to help
you plan. On moving day, make sure
you supervise packing and loading of
your household goods if you are doing
a government move. Don't be afraid to
speak up if something doesn't look
right. Movers will give you an inven-
tory sheet to sign when they finish.
Read it carefully and make sure they
have not marked something as "dam-
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call them if you have any problems.
While travelling, keep copies of your
PCS orders and the phone number to
the duty officer at your destination
with you. You will need to show your
orders if you stay overnight on a mili-
tary base en route and have them
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Phone the duty officer if you have any
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day as you possibly can. Make a list of
"lessons learned" from the move,
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From TRICARE osd.mil/Guard-ReservePortal
from any Web browser (e.g.,
eligible RC members may home, work, public library, etc.)
begin to enter and execute RC members who separated
their service agreements so from qualifying active duty serv-
they may qualify to purchase ice on or before April 26, 2005,
TRS. Please be sure to complete should go to Step 2.
each of the following steps in Step 2 Execute the
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Step 1 Enter into All RC members who separat-
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from qualifying active duty serv- Service/Reserve Component to
ce on or after April 27, 2005, execute the Service Agreement.
must enter into a service agree- RC members who separated
ment before leaving active duty from qualifying active duty serv-
hrough the Guard and Reserve ice on or after April 27, 2005,
ortal at https://www.dmdc. should contact their Reserve

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NT ,avy One Source
marked one year of
service in January,
providing active-duty and
Reserve Sailors and their
family members with addi-
tional resources for infor-
mation and referral servic-
In its first year, 14,742
Sailors, Reservists and
their family members used
the service. Some of the
most frequent requests fell
under the categories of mil-

"We were really success-
ful this year with being
able to visit all the duty
stations and spread the
word on Navy One Source
to Sailors and their fami-
lies," said Catherine
Reynolds, Navy One Source
program manager for the
Eastern U.S. and Europe.
"One of our major goals
for 2005 is to get the word
out to the Reserve forces
and the families that aren't
close to any major military

Component within four months
after leaving active duty to exe-
cute the agreement.
RC members who separated
from qualifying active duty serv-
ice on or before April 26, 2005,
must execute their service agree-
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Please note, the Service
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Reserve by the time their TRI-
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Step 3 Purchase TRICARE
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may signup now
in Steps 1 and 2, the Service/ sitional TRICARE coverage ends
Reserve Component will record under the Transitional Assistance
eligibility in the Defense Enrol- Management Program (TAMP).
iment Eligibility Reporting The check must be made payable
System (DEERS). Then the RC to their TRICARE regional con-
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RC members should follow
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mit it with a one-month premium no earlier than April 26, 2005.
payment to their TRICARE To visit the TRICARE Reserve
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so they receive it no later than 30 http://www.tricare.osd.mil/reserve
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one year of helping Sailors, families

augmentation to
leet and Family

Support Center (FFSC)
services, Navy One Source
and FFSC are working
together to support opera-
tional, personal and family
Navy One Source offers
practical solutions, infor-
mation, advice and support
via telephone, email or the
Web. Navy One Source,
working in conjunction
with Navy Personnel
Command's 1-866-U-ASK-
NPC Customer Service
Center, offers Sailors the

widest spectrum of services,
including both personal
and professional.
In addition to providing
customized research and
referral support, Navy One
Source provides short-term
face-to-face counseling (up
to six sessions) for clients
that live more than 25
miles from a FFSC.
Masters-level counselors
available within a 30-mile
radius of the client provide
these services. Educational
materials are available in
bulk orders for commands
to provide training and
needed information to their

For 2005, Navy One
Source will transition into
Military One Source.
Contact numbers and
online services will remain
the same.
"You'll already begin to
see the transition to
Military One Source in
advertisements around the
base facilities," said Brian
Campbell, Navy One
Source program manager

for the Western United
States and Japan.
"Navy One Source won't
go away, but it and the
other services will be
brought under the Military
One Source umbrella. All
contact information and
passwords will remain the
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user ID: Navy; Password:

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Poker Run
The first Poker Run to benefit
Cerebral Palsy will be held May
7 in St. Nicholas. Help is needed
with registration from 8-10:30
a.m., silent auction and lunch
from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and
various other duties. For more
information, call Patricia
Thornton at 396-1462, Ext. 113.
Birthday party
Join daniel for our birthday
party. Help us celebrate May 12
by assisting as escorts, setting
up and break down. For details,
call Mary Jury at 296-1055, Ext.
Reading program
Teach an adult to read and
help make Jacksonville the city
that reads! Tutor training dates
are May 14 and 21 from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Continental breakfast
is provided. Registration and
completion of both classes is
re-quired to receive tutor certifi-
cation. The minimum age is 18.
For more information, call
Heathe'd Corey at 399-8894, Ext.
Fur Ball Gala
Join the Jacksonville Humane
Society May 21 in celebrating
the only black tie event in
Jacksonville that you can attend
with your pet. Serve as a pet
butler, monitor silent auction,
register guests or assist in the
pet lounge. The event will be
held in the University of North
Florida ballroom. Call Kim Rolfe
at 725-8766, Ext. 206 to sign up.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
ion projects. For more informa-
lon, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
4n< furniture. Call 72,W0737.

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

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Regional park sets outdoor event schedule

By Leslie Royce The following events and Jacksonville area while Extended care: $10 / two- ate trellises and other gar- Spring habitat study
Westside Regional Park Naturalist workshops will be held at exploring fields, forests, week session den structures. Learn to May 20, 10-11:30 a.m.
the park in May: streams, and other habi- Junior Counselors (Teen make your own garden or 1-2:30 p.m.
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he Westside Kegional
Park located across
the NAS Jax Main
Gate is looking for volun-
teers to participate in
Project Feeder Watch,
which is a research and
education project of the
Cornell Lab of Ornithology,
National Audubon Society,
Bird Studies Canada, and
the Canadian Nature
Volunteers will watch
birds and count how many
birds of each species seen
and record the data. This
data will be used by scien-
tists to track and study
changing bird populations.
We are looking for volun-
teers to collect data on
Friday and Saturdays. You
don't have to make a com-
mitment to come out regu-
larly. Just call us before you
visit to make sure that the
nature center isn't being
used for a public program.

Nature Crafts:
Bamboo Creations
May 6, 10-11:30 p.m.
Bamboo can be an inva-
sive plant, crowding out
other desirable plants.
We're going to take our
invasive bamboo and use it
to creative several different
craft items such as wind
chimes and wall decora-
Environcamp Registration
May 7, 8 a.m.-noon
Registrations must be
made in person by a parent
or guardian-no registra-
tions taken over the phone.
Children will be able to
explore and learn about
nature through field trips,
games, educational activi-
ties, and nature crafts.
Critter Camp-(ages 7-
9)-June 6-17. Discover
fascinating facts about ani-
mals and bugs found in the

Exploring H20 Camp-
(ages 7-12)-June 13-July
1. Water is an important
resource to everyone. Gain
an increased understand-
ing and appreciation for
water through games and
exercises that focus on
water conservation, differ-
ent water habitats, and the
importance of water to all
living things.
Junior Ranger Camp-
(ages 10-12)-July 5-15.
Learn about the job duties
of a ranger. Campers
actively assist in parkland
management practices,
learn about local plants
and animals, and have the
opportunity to achieve the
level of Junior Ranger by
the end of the session.
Camp time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Cost: Camp: $50 / two-
week session
Extended care: 7 a.m.-6
p.m. W.

Power) volunteers neeueu.
Earn community service
hours while having sum-
mer fun by working as a
junior counselor. Cost: $10
/ session. Please call 573-
2498 for more information
or to apply.
Wee Workshop:
Crawling Caterpillars
May 11, 2-3:30 p.m.
Calling all wee lepi-
dopterists (aged seven
years and under) and their
adult companions to join us
in a search for caterpillars.
Learn about some things
that make caterpillars spe-
cial and make your own
caterpillar craft to take
Nature Crafts:
Bamboo Garden Structures
May 16, 10 a.m.-noon
The Japanese have used
bamboo for centuries to cre-

that you can place in your
garden. Participants will
need to bring an electric
drill. Bamboo and other
supplies provided. Because
of the use of power tools,
this program is restricted
to adults and children 14
and older.
Coffee with the birds
and butterflies
May 19, 9-10 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing
in air-conditioned comfort
with your morning cup of
coffee or tea and looking
out our large picture win-
dows at hummingbirds,
other birds, and butterflies
as they visit our bird feed-
ers and butterfly-friendly
plants. What a great way
to start out your day! For
more information, please
call 573-2498.
Hooray for homeschoolers:

The third in a series of
habitat studies to learn
more about the plants, ani-
mals, sounds, and smells of
three types of habitats in
Westside Regional Park.
Data collected during the
autumn and winter studies
will be available to all par-
Gardening for butterflies
May 26, 10-11:30 a.m.
Learn which species of
butterflies are commonly
found in the Jacksonville
area and what you can do
to attract them to your
yard. The indoor portion of
the program will be fol-
lowed by a tour through the
butterfly gardens. Bring
your cameras because we
will see butterflies!
Registration is required
for all workshops. For more
information or to register,
call 573-2498.


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
Employed federal employees to
'their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Disabled American
'Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all ages
and abilities is held the first
Sunday of each month at
'Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
*Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
.museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park I/
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
.Calvary United Methodist
'Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
,groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville

Chapter 1984, National
Association 'of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to' our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @sar.med.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.

For more information, go to
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. 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.fll x.org.
Several Youth Fishing
Derbies are coming up. Events
are being held Saturday at
Huguenot Park, June 4 at
Hanna Park and Aug. 20 at
Oceanway Park. All derbies run
from 9 a.m. to noon. A Youth
Fishing Tournament will be held
Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Hanna Park. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4918.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association will hold
their monthly meeting May 10 at
6 p.m. at Shands Jacksonville
Hospital. For more information
call Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.

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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 cele-
bration will honor five local high
school seniors who will receive
over $5,000 in scholarship
monies. For ticket information,
call Lt. LaShelle Hamilton at
542-7045, Lt. Lakesha Chieves
at 542-9212 or Lt. Cmdr. Ethan
Josiah at 542-7464.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society meeting will be
held May 21 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Willow Branch Library, 2874

Park Avenue. For further infor-
mation, contact Mary Chauncey
at 781-9300.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.

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Golf meeting coming up
An intramural golf meeting is planned for May
18 at 11:30 a.m. at Mulligans. Command athletic
officers or their designated representative who
attend will receive five Captain's Cup points. The
rules will be covered and entry forms to join the
league will be provided.
Racquetball tournament
planned for May
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's
Racquetball Tournament will be held May 23-27.
The tournament is open to all NAS Jax active duty
men and women. There will be a separate men
and women's division. Each command participant
earns points for their command for participating
and additional points are awarded for first, second
and third place. Sign up at the NAS Jax Gym by
May 18.
Basketball meeting slated
A summer basketball meeting will be held May
25 at 11:30 a.m. in Building 850. The rules will be
covered and entry forms to join the league will be
Officials, scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
-ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
,Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
-Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
-entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times.. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
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YVomen 24:00
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Women 46:00
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Intramural Softball Standings
As of April 29
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 9 1
AIMD Warriors 9 1
VP-45 6 1
HS-75 3 1
PSD 5 2
VP-62 5 2
VS-32 5 2
VP-16 4 2
VS-30 4 3
CPRW-11 4 3
AIMD 500 4 4
VR-58 2 2
VS-31 2 2
NCTS 2 3
HS-15 2 5
Naval Hospital 2 5
VP-30 IFT 2 5
HS-11 0 1
NAVHOSP Galley 0 5
AIMD 600 0 7

Greybeard Softball Standings
As of April 29
Team Wins Losses



Intramural Soccer Standings

Naval Hospital

As of April 29
Wins Losses
2 0
3 1
3 2.
3 2
3 2
1 2
1 3
1 4


Women's Softball Standings
As of April 29
Team Wins Losses
VP-16 3 1
TPU 2 1
Lady Divas 2 1
Naval Hospital 0 4


All Navy Women's

Basketball Mini Camp

May 20, 5-8 p.m.

May 21, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.

May 22, 10 a.m. Noon

NS Mayport Gym

Applications available in gym and at Mini Camp site
For more info call 270-5451


Home providers
The Child Development
Center is looking for
L home.providers. If you
*re an on-base resident, yoy
only need to be Navy-certi-
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Here is a checklist for the temporary care of pets.

Ensure your pet is well-trained in basic commands to lessen the
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Ensure your pet is up-to-date on all vaccinations and pro
vide your pet's caretaker with veterinary records. Leave contact
information on how to reach your pet's vet.
Provide for food, toys, grooming, and other routine needs.
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pet if the temporary caregiver can no longer care for him, who
is liable for any damage done by your pet, what will happen if
you are unable to reclaim your pet, and what happens if the pet
is insured or dies while in the temporary home.
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caretaker understand their particular needs. Include a list of
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715 Professional

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty ECorp.
Joi th #1 RalEstate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you tlie secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421.7610

RBHS has the following
Case Manager -
BA/BS in Human Ser-
vices. Entry Level.
Case Manager.-
BA/BS in Human
Services or exp.
Juvenile Justice
Masters in MH or SW
re Exp population
per. Rotates weekends.
Family Services
BABS in Human
Services. Exp. pref.
For more info,
please call 743-1883.
Apply in
(CHr-4 r ,nIM' nly) or
mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 Univesity North,
Surte 790(7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109.

715 Management/

Regal Entertainment
Group is seekIng an
Assist ant Manager at
the following theatres:
Avenues Stadium 20,
9525 Phillips Hwy.
Jacksonville, FL and
Beach Boulevard Sta-
dium 18, 14051 Beach
Blvd Jacksonville. FL
The ideal candidate will
have prior retail man-
agement experience
and be available to
work nights and
weekends. They also
need to have excellent
communication, orga
n I z altio n, an d
skills. Please Fax
resume (865)-925-7901
we offer health/dental
insurance, paid vaca-
tion 401K, and Free

720 Medical
Expd. Outstanding full
time opportunity
available in Family
Medicine. Office based
practice will Involve
both reventative care
and acute visits for
diverse patient base.
Flexible scheduling
and full benefit pack-
age available.
Please Fax CV to:
BACK OFC MA- Primary
care ofc at Bch. 2yrs
exp. req'd. Fax 247-9736
FT 2 positions, Merrill
Rd. & Callahan. Exp.
reg. Ben avail, fax res.

720 Medical

RBHS has the following
Mental Health
FT, PT, PRN, direct care
Activities Technician
FT, Child/Adolescent
Security Officer
5p- 5a,7 days on
7 days off
For more info,
please call 743-1883.
PRN MHTs always welcome.
Apply in person
(9aa 4pmJn.,M. Fonly)
or mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743.5109.

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

723 Dental
CERAMIST with exp.
exc salary, health ins
retirement, bonus Call
272-8908 for appt.
PT/FT 3-4 days. Call
285-1990 / Fx 285-6113.
FRONT DESK- 4 days/wk
Bchs. Exp 285-1990 or
fax resume 285-6113.
manmmomo m~m 01,- -

724 Education
FT, PT & Subs Infant
thru Pre school. Leads
needs Min CDA, All
need 40 hrs
in Julington Creek
Call 230-2002 fax
resume: 904 230 3905
725 Clerical

needed. Must have exc
people skills. Fin exp,
computer knowledge.
Rapidly Growing AC
Company E.O.E
D/F/W/P Cal 783E4144

David Weekley Homes
seeks a focused pro-
fessional with prior
residential purchasing/
accounting/ adminis-
trative experience for
our Jacksonville Divi-
sion. You will interface
with construction field
supervisors, vendors,
subs and management.
The ideal candidate
possesses a strong
with ethic, great ti-
tude, great communi-
cation skills, strong
computer skills and
organizational skills, as
well as, the ability to
juggle multiple priori-
ties. work for a great
company with g reat
benefits and enjoy a
professional atmo-
sphere. Rush your
resume to:
407-865-5862 or apply
in line at www.work-
forweekley.com E--E
Intracoastal apt comm.
seeking creative. prof.
leasing consultant.
Clericaland computer
skills needed.
Fax resume 247-0310

Great oppty for an indi-
vidual w/ 2 yrs exp in 3rd
party billing and col-
lection follow up. Good
customer service skills
needed. FT w/competi-
tive salary and benefits.
Apply In person
(9a.m.- 4p. M- F only)
or man resume to
RBHS, Human ResourceMs,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 3221L
Fax resume to 743. 5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace
front desk. Provide cust
svc & clerical support.
Apply ingperson: NGIl
799 Phillips Hwy, Suite
202 44 8-1600 EOE DFWP
ING CLERK- Gen Office
Duties. Computer skills
reqd. Peachtree Help-
ful W'side Fax resume
only 904-693-4499 EOE
RECEPT with exp in light
cormp uter skills
Green Cove. -284-2224
For a comm'l General
Contractor. FT. Salary
& benefits commensu-
rate with exp. Fax
resume to 220-8027

735 Restaurants/

Counter Clerks &
Call Malabar
Jacksonville's Biggest
Gentleman's Club
Day/Night Available
CALL 757-7370
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
Bartenders and Waitstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645-5500

Exp'd New York Style
Pizza Maker needed.
Call for appointment.
Top pay &benefits
basedon experienced.
Hotel exp pre'f. Competi-
tive pay and Benefits.
Holiday Inn SunSpree
in Jax Beach Apply in
person or fax resume
hiring Exec chef and
line cooks, 247-2644

735 Restaurants/
Waitresses, Bartenders.
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Call 399.1110

745 Sales

Welders (Piper)
Required to be proficient in
pipe & TIG welding. Part-
ime instructor evening
position available a
$18.50/hour for individu-
als with at least three
years of welding experi-
ence. Must be a high
school graduate wih
effective communication
skills and a strong desire
to help students. Excel-
lent benefit package.
Medical, Dental, Vision
F 401K Retirement Plan
V Vacation & Sick Pay
SSection 125 Plan
Paid Training
Drug free workplace and
background check
required. FAX resume to
Vance Miller at (904)
646-9956. Tulsa Welding
School. 3500 Southside
Blvd., Jacksonville, FL

Arington Auto Sales
Exp'd only. 5 day work
week. Great pay. Large
inventory. 83 8-2775

bnfts, electrical exp. req'd.
Fast paced environment
Apply in person
Hughes Supply
5285 Hwy Ave.

For Industry-Leader.
Earning Potential
$40.000. $1000
Plus Benefits!
Call Keith 783-8385

750o Technical/

750t 14 g
Benefits. Green Cove
Springs. 904-2B4-2224

752 Warehouse
Must be able to lift
100lbs. Contact Ray at
Premier Windows
904-262-2S25. DFWP.

dispatch exp a plus
Fast paced environ-
ment. Benefits includ-
Ing 401k. advancement
oppty, Class D lic. a +.
Apply in person:
Hughes Supply, 5285
Hwy Ave.

753 Security

Immediate openings.
Benefits Include:
FREE Medical Insurance
Free Life Insurance
401K plan
Paid Vacations
No Cost Uniforms
Recognition Awards
Permanent Assignments
Career Advancement
Apply In person Monday
through Friday from
9=1.ZM. til 4=00P.M.
6900 Southpoint Dr. N.
Suite 140
Jacksonville, FL
The Corporate
Quality Managemnt
System is registered to
the prestigious ISO 9001

Full and Part lime
immediate interviews
$8.50/ hr for training
$10.00/hr after training

National Security Corn-

pant has im dlae
opens for Security Officer
and Security Supervisors-
in the Fernandina Beach
We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and excel-
lent working conditions
in a professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/ 401(K) Avail.
Free Life Insurance
H/S Diploma /GED and
valid driver's license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
ackgroundsc checks.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must.
Please Apply :
M- F 8am 3pm
(904) 261-5551

Charge RNs- Great Differential
FT Evenings, Nights, No Weekends required

Charge RNs. Weekends. Baylor
Days or Nights available
Also Available:
Community RN
FT, Dually diagnose d-population.

For more info, lease call 743-1883 ext. 207.
FT positions offer benefits. PRN RNs and LPNs are
always welcome. Apply in person (9 a.m. 4p.m.,
M- F only) or mail resume to RBHS, Human Resources
900 University Blvd. North, Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211. Fax resume to 743- 5109.
EOF/A DrJug Free Workplace

753 Security

$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Mil ary or police exp.
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL: 1.88& 398.8903

755 Miscellaneous

S Sell Avon. Fun
way to earn
money. Make 50%
from you first four
campaigns. Great
opportun ity. Shannon
w/ exp Installation. Call
2 OUTI -no sweat,.
no grease, no
uniform. Great career
oppty 27b-5094. O.P.
Drivers/Asst. Managers
Cash paid nightly.
$10. $15 per hour.
Apply : 12200 San Jose
Blvd (260-0030), Calla-
han (879 5211), 11565 N.
Main St. (757-0303),
7020 Beach Blvd
(724-8046). Fernandina
(277-2200) Flex hrs
Cal Jane 904 771-7600
$9/hr with advance-
ment oppty's. FT night
work. Will train. Must
have vehicle. 880-5436
Needed. Car/ins
required. Must have
clean background. F/T
No wknds. $9.00/hr..No
exp required. 730-7201
D.LReq. Supervisor
/Labors Needed. Call
Tom 993-0191
scage, 1074 10th Ave S,
Jax Beach 247-4477
HELPER with experi-
ence. Call 642-1611
4, Need a Baby-sitter?
I year gnd upcall
270. 79.4or 472- 9752
close to Mayport
S8.25+ to start.
Call 904- 519- 9653
I Equal opportunityemployer

760 Part-Time

Deliveries to St. Johns
County from our
Orange Park office. 15
hrs/wk, extremely
dependable, reliable
transpt & valid DL
req uired.Hourly rate +
mileage. Apply in per-
son. 1409 Kingsley Ave.
Bldg 1, Suite D, Org.Pk.,.

$8.25+ to start.
Call 904- 519- 9653
Equal opportunity employer

762 Work At Home
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry 24hr 390- 3939
825 Carpet-
SPECIAL- Pre-treat
scrub steam pets
deodorize nm.
One low price.
Call Ron 904-908-5418

830 Child

SCollins, Westside
t area 904-908-5418,
20 yrs in home
exp., arts, crafts struc-
ture. Attention to your
child's needs.
Loving Mand. Mom
offers Quality
Childcare All ages, flex
hrs Freas rates, outings.
fun routine. Many refs
and exp 525-9726
835 Cleaning

Residential & Comm.
Licensed & Bonded
Call for Estimate
904- 807- 8454
845 Electric/
Low prices. Drain clean-
ing, slab leaks, repipes.
water8heaters. Insured,
MC & Visa Accepted.
463-3202 #CFC1426179

870 Lawn Service-

Lawn Service starting at
$19.00. Pressure
Washing at $49.00. For
Military or civil servant.
Free Estimates
Serving North Clay Co.
exc. service. Ml/senlor
disc. Call 904-449-8345

894 Massage

#1 Choice in Jax
Relaxing atmosphere
Incall 9-6, Outcall 9-9
Credit Cards MMg1e2$8

902 Appliances
capacity, exc. cond.
$200. 904-399-8327
DRYER- really good
/shape runs great $80
can deliver 994-0100
4, FREEZER 14 cu. ft
T Kenmore. 2 yrs
Iod, excellent
condition, white
upright, medium sized.
Call 287-4159
4, FREEZER- Ken-
more upright. 14
I)cubic feet. 2 years
Iold $110 OBO. Call
287-4159 after 4PM.
UPRIGHT $150 obo
Kingland Ga
729-8909 after 5pm
FRIG Full sz, G.E. good
cond, works great $85.

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902 Appliances
K enmore Washer &
1Dryer In ood cond.
$150 both run Great
Call 291-763170
Series kenmore
SREFRIG Whirlpool
side by side 2Scuft
white lyr new exc
cond, $700. Call
509-9113 or 291-6503
X-Large 10 cycle,
4 spd, like new
w$385 set
904- 993. 3185
Washer and Dryer
Whirlpool Top loading
Heavy duty Large
capacity many set-
tings Great condition both
$125.00 268-2482
DRYER- excellent
cond, large capacity
$250 994-0100
WASHER- Kenmore
$50 Kingland Ga
729-8909 after 5pm

905 Articles
For Sale
S xlO. Great con-
ditIlon $100
908-0531 2
AQUARIUM- 60 gal
salt water, incl all
pumps, filters, light
everything, exc cond
ready to go $850 obo
SAQUARIUM 60 gal salt
water ind all pumps
S filters lights exc cond
ready to goC $850 OBO.
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything now!
358-2265 259-2292
BABY CRIB, Mattress
$S0. Two car seats
$20each. Stroller, Car
Seat Combo $30. All
exc. cond; 729-102Q

S Boys 12 lnch
Schwann Bicycle
t excellent condition $
40. can bring to NAS
Jax call 260-3436
tCALL 904-631-9439
4, Computer Mini Tower
Sworkstation HP760N
In768 MB Ram 21 Inch
Monitor ATI8500DU
Graphics card Logitech
Z640 sound system $475
call 779-7327
Dark green faux Suede
sofa and matching
t1, reclining chair $450
Lifecycle $ 125 Ken-
more dryer $50.00 excellent
condition 882-1290
4, Desperate Request
Family leaving area
has Paks Karate
vouchers needing to
exchange for cash. Dis-
count for free pad's call
912 576-4035

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STOVE- whirlpool
200/SET'; white
metal bunkbeds
twin/full $65; leather-
Ioveseat, end-table $175
set;2 oak armchairs $60



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


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


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

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


s 4660 Southside Blvd
Equal Opportunity Employer in a Drug free Workplace

905 Articles
For Sale
Double Eddie Bauer
Baby Stroller Excel-
l,, lent condition $100.00
call 573.2863
SElectric Wheelchair
Action Ranger II good
I condition w/charger
and extras $400r.00
247 7745
SFor Sale Edge 491
Recumbant Bike $200
obo 912-882-7671
4 Generator Sears
Sl Craftman 46 amp
5600 watt 10 HP, 5
gallon. Never Used.
RetI $800. Sell $750
obo 771-1402
HOTDOG CART with all
accessories is. $1800
HOT TUB 6.8 personA48 lets,
ozonator ,12hp ,chemical
w/lifetime warron shell,
heater,plumbing. Retail $8500
asking $3700 737- 1711
FOR SALE. 563-5030 for
wkdy appt to view.
Sale. Call
4, PATIOSET 10 pc, Irg

tale, rectRable
cushion chairs, 2 yrs
old, Orig. $589 Ask-
ing only $359 Askingonly
$389.00 273-99
POOL TABLE regulation
size, 4ft. dining room
table, entertainment
ctr. 887- 1187
eilw/bookcase top. File
drawer & printer
table. 62"x53". moves as
five2pieces. $700
SAVE 50-70% ON
SWEAR! Log on g n
m Coupon code
i ncls BIB jacket hat
$ $110 ph 264-6364 ask
about steel boat
SSears Car Topper
Great for extra stor-
n1 age for trips, excel-
lent condition $50.00
(912) 673-7565
Several computers
Whole system or
ncomponients starting
at $30.00 QTR Micro-
wave LG with many fea-
tures $40.00
Bob 631-9 755
S Spa Leisure Bay
Digital control panel
tacover with lift steps
chemicals and war-
ranties $ 3,000 like new
call 912 573-1076
2601 Plantation Dr
Day bed, curio
cabinet and more.
Ph. #882-2881. April 9th
2005, Crooked River.
4, STOVE GE elec
slidee in kit self
cleaning oven
stainless steel top
works $50. 779-7327.
Please leave msg
4, Trailer with grill 4X2
i grilling surface $500.
S allCa904 264-7142 or
904 838. 4764
4, TV6S"HDTV one
year old. .VC rey
kand black $95. Call
Two Bikes Boy's 24"
RToadmaster Moun-
tain Bike $25 obo
Girls 24" mountain
bike $25 Good Cond.
..JACKETS, Sweaters,
Shirts, Shoes. Perfect
lighted black wood
Entertainment Center.
Exercise Bench w/Weights.
$195. 904-220-6489

910 Arts &Crafts/

4, Airplanes with radio,
I engines, many other
extras, most brand
new $1,000. Call 777-4981

917 For Sale

MODULES 767 sf, 5
sided, perfect for cot-
tage, office, shed,
hunting or other,
S11,000 ea or 2 for
120 000 other sizes
avail. Call 292-9880

920 Business/
;0 Office
Apprx 2'x4' $150. Gd
condo. 904-693-1915
Furniture Refinishing
Fire/Water Damage Repairs
Ant'que Restorations
r"We make worn
furniture look like new"
Gator Office Fumiture
(904) 724-6400

925 Computers
164 tSYI"EM iL I
Steering wheel
t1,11w/pedals, controller,
rumble pack and 10
games. $50. Brian

945 Garage
ARL -1113 Cathcart St
Sat 9am *,Complete
household, off Ln Star
4, ICW- Ashley Woods
moving May 5-8.
Disney VHS, tools, hh
items. 1200 Soaring
Flight Way befwn Kernan
ICW Moving Sale -
furn. electronics, other.
Sat 8-2, 2143 IndIan
Springs Dr.
MAND-4483 Arch Creek
Dr. Sat 8am-?
Misc.,Oak Comp
Deskslnflatable w/mtr.
T V,DVD, stereo,booksCD's
g arage sale. Sat 7-30-1,
Natures Walk. located
at Inverness and Hood.
lots of HH times, baby
and children clothes,
toys and more.

N'SIDE 2 Fam. Remodel,
4furn 1000s HH teams
-~ IFri9-6 Sat9.4 4201-
WE 4217 Trout River Blvd.

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Fleming island Oak
Creek ubdivision.
Sat 7 May. Exer-
cise equipment, bar-
stools, pool table, misc.
1789 Castille Dr.
Fri-Sat 8-5 Appil
I 22-23 2021 Cardiff
Lane clothing toys.
furniture follow signs.
SAN JOSE 3671 Coro-
nado Rd. Sat 8a-12n.
Multi Family Sale
SQ'SIDE -4765 Barnes Rd.
Sat Sam. BR, LR, China
Cab tbis, outdoor.
everything must go.
2601 Plantation Dr
S Day bed, curio
cabinet and more.
Ph. #882-2881. April 9th
2005, Crooked River.
SALE -May 2nd -May
13th. 9a-5p. Gift items.
toys, wrapping paper:
candy, and more. 101 N.
Ellis Rd. Jax, FL 32254

Bargain Hunters Galore
This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting 0
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
S For Sale Banana
Plants from one to
SSix Feet tall 3.00 You
Dig them ve Pretty
Phone 771- 047
For Sale Lawn
mower craftsman
Big wheel self ero-
pelled 5.5 HP 22 cut
$ 100.00 call 338-1264 (cell)

950 Garden/

$J3200golo 36" WALK
.uiw'LAWNMowER or
commercial mower
$400. for either one.
Daniel 729-4001 or
573-9874 3-11p
lyrs old new battery,
usexc. condition. $500

955 Household

Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 674 0405
BEDCanopy queen
size metal stone
fin(s $150 obo
SBed- Fullsize Mat-
tress, metal frame,
silver re/lower futon
& cushion, very
comfy, SPace Saver $450
4 491-7996
2 PC Sofa&Chair From $298
5 Pc Oak Dinette From$118
3 Pc Qn Simmons Bd 198
3 Pc SealyTwin Bed $129
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
VCR's From $2
20" Color TV's From $75
Microwaves From $5
(904) 396-9000
with MATrRS
white, 10.Cl
pine 50" L 12"W 71"H
200. Call 771-0365
Flower prints, very
tJjexc. cond. Call
221-0710 after 6pm
4, Complete 8 pieces
living room set From
l Rooms to Goexcel-
lent condition Ivory
flowers $500.00 282-2673
CO, UCH Tan,
Sw/matching chair &
L foot stool nice cond
$200. Call 269-1175
4, Couch like new.
t.i high back, cloth.
never used. Cost
$1000. sell for $500.
4, Crib Wr/Mattress &
bedding. $65
Call 9504-269-3845
wood, 42x84 and
hutch 4 side & 2
arm chairs, cane
back excellent cond.
$1000. Call 221-3746
/ CHAIRS Almost
QtI)new, Oak base,
glass top table
w/four parsons chairs.
$375 (orig. $1200). Call
cFormal, 8 chairs,.
large table, china
hutch, walnut
color must sell $650
call 904-225-9725
4L Emerald Bedroom
Furn dresser chest,
mirror King size
bed nightstands,
lamps, Must see exc
cond. $500
Call 553-6015

CRSTR 54/2 x b5k, g2o
TV compartment
28x25x19 glass
door for Stereo com-
ponents made by
Savder D-Oak look $125
FIT-COM Treadmill,
iUke new $27S. Bebo
4 221-9139

FOR SALE Bassett
e Pine Dining
4 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
for more info, or pics.
silver metal frame
mattress $ 450.00
Desk 30" X60" $25.
Table 36'X60" $30.
904 491-7996
4 Futon frame andTV
stand for best offers
Great quality and
cheap Cory 403-3815
can email pitcure.
gun, cherry, three
glass doors, with
full storage
underneath. Asking
$125. Call Mike
4, Love Seat 66" W 1 yr
old New Cond. blue
$700 Sell $75
LR 2 Spc BR sets, Ig ent
cntr, desks. etc, all
good cond, 772-9892
LR SETS -3c blk, good
cond. $275, LR Set, 3pc
blue, $150 228-7510
All beveled with
beveled corners
56x66 less than 1 yr
new. paid $480 sacri-
fice $270. Call 509-9113
MovIng, Must Sell!
Queen bed $100; Patio
et $50; 904-448-8630
New Chippendale
design hardwood
china cabinet
cherry finish,
lighted, glass and mir-
rored beautiful detail
call 912- 227- 0930
4,SET- w/6 chairs
square glass table
$175 Call Judith
4, r/stools, newrr
can deliver.
Call 269-1174,

frame inci'd
everything $75 obo.
4,2nd Sofa, Loveseat
Solive/gold 3 coordi-
nating tables, 2
lamps, curtains only 2yrs
$1800. 803-4184

trim $400 match-
ing Sofa table $100.
Call 269-1454
4, STO new.
/ extras $70, stroller
4IJIw/car seat $30,
stroller newborn $30,
childs bike seat $25
4,1 TABLE.Ioak w/4
/ chairs. 48" diam
4Iwith 24" extension
perfect cond. $470
Call 264-6364

Task chair Armless
vertical adjustable
caster wheels blue
fabric very comfort-
able like new $9.00 268- 2482
Three LR Mersman
Queen Anne Tables
Dark cherry Glass top
coffee drop leaf and
oval (904)396-7277 or
4 TV 2T". $100 small
black TV stand $20,
Glider with otto-
man $50 Please call
White futon bunkbed
with mattress $120.00
phone # 282-0846

9o Machinery
& Tools
S Chevy Truck Alum
wheels Four Perfect 6
lugs $275. cash OBO
Negot 318- 3021
Concrete PumP, Mayco
mech. bal valve,
rebuilt 90 day war-
ranty. $11,000 firm.
Financin aAvail. Call
Wayne at 888-338-7140.
4 For Sale: older model
floor buffer must see
runs great $175 OBO
call 882-3125 after 5


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Skilled mechanical work in inspecting, diagnosing, and repairing heavy
off- road equipment.

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Fleet maintenance support work maintaining and repairing hydraulic and
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Vehicle Coordinator
Technical work in coordinating, inspecting and expediting the day-to-day
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issuing vehicles and equipment; and maintaining applicable records.
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distributing library materials, operating the Bookmobile, and
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Professional work inin vestigating certification applications, conducting
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sions of the City's Equal Business Opportunity Program.

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A weekly look at the automotive market

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Dan Scanlan/special

Chevy injects potent juice into anemic SSR

By Dan Scanlan
here were you when I needed you
the most?
Yes, you looked great when you
first arrived that September day in 2003, all
full of promise. But despite the trick top and
curvaceous figure, 300 horsepower wasn't
enough to move your 4,760 pounds of steel
and plastic as fast as you looked.
I wanted more, and so apparently did a lot
of folks when it came to the 2004 Chevrolet
SSR, since it wasn't exactly screaming off
showroom floors. (Automotive News says
8,538 sold through November, out of a sales
target of 13,000.) So Chevy added some juice
under the hood the newest Corvette
small-block V-8, with 390 hp at 5,400 rpm
and 405 pound-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm,
harnessed through the Vette's four-speed
automatic transmission or Tremec six-speed
manual gearbox.
The SSR was the idea of Wayne Cherry,
the now-retired vice president of GM Design.
He wanted a concept car that embodied the
company's heritage, but was also a truck. In
1999, designers sketched potential SSRs, the
final four inspired by Chevy pickups from
the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, as well as a
futuristic design. A hot-rodded, slammed
wide-fendered, bullet-nosed shape inspired
by Chevy's 1947-1952 pickups was picked,
with a retractable hardtop.
People liked what they saw, so Chevy built
the SSR (Super Sport Roadster,) moving the
side mirrors down and removing a billet
alloy trim strip from the tailgate to make a
niche halo vehicle designed to draw in cus-
tomers, like the Dodge Viper and Plymouth
Prowler did.
Retro cues abound, starting with the
1951's rounded coffin hood with an alloy-look
plastic strip on its leading edge, connecting
the flush headlights/turn signals. There is no
bumper above a rounded chin with inset fog
lights and a small front air dam. The flared
front fenders look like streamlined versions
of the original '51 truck, with a slightly flat-
tened flank and soft edge at the near-hori-
zontal tops. The rear fenders echo the
Stepside look of the original, with a slightly
squared-off look. The frameless windows dip
a bit when you open the doors to unseal from
the well-crafted roof.
The long deck neatly integrates into the
tailgate, while huge taillights accent the
rear fenders and dual exhaust pipes. For
rubber, P255/45R19-inch GoodyearfEagle
RS-A's up front and P295/40R20-inchers in
back on five-spoke alloy wheels.
The bright yellow SSR got lots of looks,
double-takes and seemed to have a big HTQ
(head-turning quotient), as people yelled,
smiled and gave it thumbs-up as it drove by.
Some didn't like it, one friend saying it was
"the answer to a question nobody asked."
Others wondered who the SSR was aimed at
- older adult males is my guess. Chevy
made slight changes for 2005, including a
retuned steering system, revised quasi-dual
exhaust routing, self-supporting gas hood
struts and a new engine cover.
You slide easily into the driver's low-back
bucket seat, your left elbow ready to lean on
the body-color plastic that caps the doors,
matched by more yellow trim at the wind-
shield base (which can glare in the glass on
sunny days) and center console. The tilt-
adjust, four-spoke TrailBlazer steering wheel
has integrated stereo controls, with alloy

Dan Scanlan/special
In its second year of production, the 2005 SSR gets a 90-horse-
power boost from a standard 6-liter, 390-hp Corvette engine.

accenting its deeply-inset 140-mph
speedometer, SSR-badged 7,000-rpm tach
and temperature and gas gauges straight
ahead. To the right, a simple-looking AM-
FM-six disc CD changer with Bose speakers
that sounds much, much better than it looks.
The center console flares a bit around a
plate holding the buff alloy shifter with
power window, traction control and power,
top buttons. A slim padded center armrest
over a lockable storage area sits aft, before
the rounded plastic flows up between and
behind the bucket seats for a custom look.
The power top drops in 25 seconds, two
roof panels stacking atop each other before
sliding down under a hard tonneau cover. All
the seams fit flush and clean, much better
than the 2004 version I tested in late 2003.
We had a few creaks with the top up on less-
than-perfect roads, and wind noise from the
overhead seam, although we had no leaks
during heavy winter rain. Drop the top, and
the view down the rounded hood and all
around was great, accompanied by a rum-
bling engine note and decent wind control,
although there was platform flex over
bumpy roads.
The SSR has 23.7 cubic feet of storage
under the pop-up rear deck, limited by a 16-
inch interior height and just over 4 feet in
length. The deck and tailgate can't be
opened from inside or outside the truck, only
with the key fob remote. And nobody will
load anything dirty there, with chintzy-look-
ing black carpet and plastic wood accent
Under the hood, last year's 300-hp V-8 (60
mph in 7.6 seconds) is replaced with the new
390-hp, 6-liter LS2 V-8 that neatly slices
that down to 5.9 seconds, with a swift shift-
ing four-speed automatic and heartier rum-
ble from the twin pipes. There is enough
power here to squeal the rear tires on
launch, although any wheelspin is neatly
reigned in by the traction control system
(unless you shut it off.) But the V-8 does bet-
ter in the Corvette it was born for, while a
new Ford Mustang GT with 90 less horse-
power will dust the SSR in a straight line,
and cost less too. Plus, we heard a belt
squeal at every shift point on our 2,500-mile-
old test vehicle.
The SSR gets a pretty stiff platform, with
independent front double-A arm and a five-
link live axle rear suspension with monotube

shock absorbers aided
by a 116-inch wheel-
base and tight turning
radius. The ride is
firm but comfortable,
with some bounce on
rougher roads, making
it handle more like a
lowered, well tied-
down SUV than a
sports car.
The base price is
$43,180, which
includes the 6-liter V-
8, four-speed automat-
ic transmission, key-
less remote, cruise
control, leather bucket
seats, AM-FM-CD
stereo, sports suspen-
sion and limited-slip
rear differential. Our
test truck added the
Bose speaker system,
six-disc CD changer,
front and side impact
air bags, heated front
seats, two memory
presets for the driver's
seat, traction control,
auto-dim rear-view
mirror with
HomeLink transmit-
ter, heated sideview
mirrors and satin
chrome plastic engine
cover for a manufac-
turer-s suggested
retail price of $46,155.
Bottom line I love
the fact that Chevrolet
took the chance to
design a funky hot rod
like the SSR, and
build it. Build quality
is better than some
other limited-run cars
like the Plymouth

Dan Scanlan'special
Sunlit interior shot showcases the aluminum and alloy-look
plastic trim that gives the SSR some panache.


I p i c i S

Vehicle type

2-seat convertible hot rod pickup
with retractable hardtop

Base price $43,180 (As driven $46,155)
Engine type cast aluminum OHV, 16-valve V-8
Displacement 56-liter
Horsepower (net) 390 hp at 5,400 rpm
Torque (lb-ft) 405 at 5,400 rpm
Transmission 4-speed automatic
(6-speed manual optional)
Wheelbase 116 in.
Overall length 191.4 in.
Overall width 78.6 in.
Height 64.2 in.
Front headroom 40 in.
Front legroom 42.1 in.
Cargo capacity 23.7 cubic feet
Towing capacity up to 2,500 Ibs.
Curb weight 4,760 pounds
Fuel capacity 25 gallons
Mileage rating 17 mpg city/ 23 mpg highway

Last word

Prowler, and the SSR has more practicality
than the Prowler ever had. You can use the
SSR as a daily runner, and certainly tune it
up to be a quarter-mile runner as well. Too
bad Chevy snuck in a better engine one year
after intro, instead of stuffing the right pow-
erplant in it first.

Has the sound and fury it needed
from the start, but who's it for?

Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on
Northeast Florida's roads, averaging about 200
miles of combined highway and city traffic dur-
ing a weeklong test. The test vehicles are provid-
ed by the manufacturer according to their
schedule, and represent a broad spectrum of
sizes and prices. The prices listed are manufac-
turer's suggested retail prices. A longer version
of this review and past reviews can be found on



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H.D. 883 SPORTSTER CHEVY MAUBU'04, like cond, loaded, priced for Jeep Cherokee '88 -4x4
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Musical YORKIE/MALTESE 912-576-3151 $11,325 asking $9500 hNISSANPULSAR 90 2,. a wy mi, new baa-
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0 Sporting outboard runs great traded up to lrgr bike, lentcondltion$14,900OBO FORDFOCUS '04,22Kmi,W dard AC. reyw/llght 2002LPolarisTrail- Piriced for a quick sale 4x4RO4verylowam
Goods Includes boat cover mustsell$1995,389-7700 (921882-1290 mint, AT, AC $10,500. grey t 100. very bazer o r C7700 $2eramowac.7719100 FORDWINDSTAR'01.4drU
ete___ski__oe____ ks,4600 9 04 -80 CallCal 53 250lcc8l7w0hrs$16775Call-15003
V nas n$3,6oo 90 c, 60., Call912-729-1212 good classic arI B 20c o00 lACloaded.
e. p(12)882- 2047t HONDAGOldwlng rl 91 -7980 41cas9c 9car. Ca $2200.00Ocal FORD F-250 '02, XLT AT, MITS OUTLANDER XLS $6979. Call 699-9669
Bowex Power Pro Aspencade94&trlr. ALL Militaryi FORD Focus '04, 4dr. 9--19 mark912-576-1619 loaded, exc cond, 4x4 04 very lowmi
613-8656 18' SPORTS CRAFT 85 HONDA Shadow 600 '02 auto, a/c 22k $9800 $15,900 Call 269-5225 $210mowac. 771-9100 MAZDA MPV '01
200hp Yamaha, $3000 $SSOOBoth. 904-757-0246 and Civilian 1 Call 912-322-1261 1335 $2000 or Less 2NDBUYAUTO.com $199/mo. WAC
S904 389 3193 1335$I P2000or L CLEAN USE CARS FORD F250 404 '01 Crew NISSAN Altima SE Call 859-5820
BOWFLEX ULTIMATE HONDAMa $0 DOWN na'87 0I I FsinoD-USAN '98 CHEVYCab. Need tosell fast 1 '93 5 spd, AC,
XTLU.Rarely used, all 199 Catalina 22 trailer 7196 miles, blu EVERYBODY coupe, V6, AT. CD, $S00 POUCEINPOUNDS w/utlty box, new 9 L108Kwell main- ms, won't last $8995 or
20 potop lots of o h t spoiler 80k m Cars from $500! List motor, new paint, new FORDF3OSD DW SLT taed #3000 OBO $m wac. 771-9100
00. Asking $1500. extras$7,000bo windshield $2500. clean,$53o00 800-749-8116ix252
04992-0399 o d8604 Call 912-673-7151 I 904-287-2602 trany, no rust too Ext Cab '01. Exc cond, 904-278-7797a 77
cell85 0 CALL CHRIS BUICK REGAL '92 -r ATU much to list all this Isa loaded, priced for quick ..
EG8FORD CALL CHRIS MUSTANGGTGoH BVer cKean owner very nicetru7c L, Inside sale$6,575. 389-7700 SSAN Altima SE'93 f A
90 4REE 8-2IGHT T nd eo l L dFORM D MUTANw GT "00 VeryRCUR c lean l'ow er
HT SHONDAlVTX 130004 662-0726 Low ml, must sell $8995 mustsell newtires & out. $4500 obo May | 5spd AC, armfm
-L bench, 8a200157H.P Mercury eCandy apple red O, R6K m is I $39951 maintained $30005 -
astrapight and curl / outboard hasabout with matching or mowac77-9100 brakes, $457-29ce cold ac. takeY trde, 912-57 0907 aDtoANGER '937,83 C OaRitine
rn bs five hourson motor Memphit s hade FORD Mu ES V L400bo. 904-838-3859 CHEVY Blazer S-10 '84, K C 4-6an .B 0 904-278-7797

bars 150lbs. weAigess, Memphi 8h A AUDI A/6 '03 er. T, A T AC, RD Mut T R EY VEIC. PIE-S0N0
5l7kenew$800.tcall w ndshleld and helmetA PWUPDIA/ t cruise,1c thr t'Conv. W Hlte, 5 CHEVY CAVALIER00 $550obo. Must sell,KE ,BIK6 2600NI ssIja J l 1Auto's/Trucks
573 2863 450 miles. $72 00. or best ll csMAch 460 Mechanics special ust leaving town 764- 4874 FORD RANGER '02 N N P n '90J IA 'nst
offer. Call 912.673.1247 S/R 28k miles $28, 93ksell cash $95. 389-7700 CHEVY LVERADO94Low miles.$250mo wac spd, leather, su
S GOLF CLUBS- lefts .u 2003t190LX Stingray or 912.322.6215 4 II.aI.-., arge kept, adult o r i CHEVYSC AliE CHEVY t AO 3 0 Call 859-5820s s uno
314ol"3._pw 1, 3 &o2Ss 5.wood%. exc cond. 4.-311/09 owner $10,995 904-220- 7- CAVALIER '97-AT Ext Cab. AT.oo 350 V, A ro1 CERO A
p low hrs 17k IRONHORSE Cell 90433.1448 AC, PS, PB, runs g rt, exc. clean. $5950. 772-1221 Ford Ranger4WD drives great. $4,600 obo WILL PURCHASE
Grapohiteheas owith l 1 ,, AUDI A/63.0. '05. Only 6042Cs AEbody $1495. 7 5-2291 00-K Xab 904-757-8234 O CAST
ba h over sized heads Bs wote fo 9as SL EVRUC '03 miles, fullyloadedm bod $14957R2 CHESLVERADOLT'01 AT-PS-PB-IWCC ISSN PAR IN UCK1 A
C 0H-1-5C Aat1 aLoaded. 25K ii. L$10,975 red. good cond, $1800. effects runn ards liner sky blue grayint I T
C-S 0-0649howwinner5financingCal7276-742Eeve, chrom oLumna '93, 40 Custom paint, ground 3.0L v-6 sprain NS4x4 10 m must sell
bike week show winr 42 17 K& 3owmas er, 12 !$220mo wac. 771-9100 CALL 904-838-5029
HO S CREEK- 0. 24 Tracker Party $30K OBO. 403-4857 mi,$12,000781-5080 clean $ 9,950 Don
are7 A Phenl.T E n9 21AUDIA/64.2'03. Quattro, FORD Taurus SW '02, CHRYSLER STH AVE '92 904777. 1105 or
S pcs 8Wtnflyr od BargeH Pntn 97-110 KAWASAKI '00 KX125, ShowroomNew EXC COND, FULL PWR great transportation CHEVY SIverado LT '04, 90 6739031
ne and backing do aXC st 90nLgs Lnd 7s0- 110 or4 6739031
$08-05 d P2mnfucamper canvas Nice condo, $2200 sXoadsunrhafesan5 $8800. Call 269-5225 must sell fast, needcash 1500 Ext Cab, Silver-
$50 908-0531RaPR e on solar 2 995 $945. Ca38a700 fullyloaded, 18500 FORD RANGERaXLTte 03 i1TE
Port-Potty Ta ndem trailer 874-4386 9400- I, Pr lk .- hei i, ..m HARLEY DAVIDSON mix's, exc cond $2lan 500 Low miles, X clean Call to
H 276-5259 or 502-1317 KAWASAKI VULCAN 800 AUDI A '03. 1.8Te 24K 8, 30K miN les, tona obo942823116.a I Call to,

Ra.do.'Es OFhFndER00dKN0 VRA 403AU CIA4 0 -. 24K O1 c;:,ne8c 771- 9C100 Bv 77-0 13 D G 2 1
95, runs and looks miles lthr, $24,995 asking $7000. Call rollShelbyspd, EVYSLVEAO '04 ForSaleTopperforI or stop by

o 29`1996 RinkerRERaCH VY C gIN N_ SSAN-AT 0C
4 29' R n reat, $2700 da ,, 287-9518 air, newtires, Crewcab leather small truck$50600Call Styxxl JenkEns
cRAJ ruiser, sleeps 4, 632- 2730 eves 388-827 brakes starter, runs ru under 2000 miles, lie 33-1264 or 261384h PA 0 40 r H A O 2e eb a Brne wn th795forI
Srefridge fullcanvas KAWASAKI ZXIOR adedWithitAll Only loaded, like new leather, 782-9272 KEYBUICK 642-6060 kESonoma I03 savings I
350 mercruiser I/O 20k '04, black 3500 mI, 9K miles $29,995 S/R, ony 23k mil $177 take over payments,, extraLn
Pets ad below book 904-993-318 never propd or DODGE INTREPID'94. Grt S4350 miles tree ears
Pets and tf Feu]REAM:i war-1-i i-., 1- N 11.Iil- li' trnpr-at.-n n E V Y MSUBURBA aT 0. qNs
Animal2 T5 ELE- 6odamage new6 transportation, deed Loaded immac, priced to of warrantyasokMia foan Fis
29condV.mustC een$10,900. AUyrd 850tt7 HDAuo AC.COR L
295KRas is ,here is 80-620-6855e AUDI A 01.2.T Quattro, HONDA ACCORD 0 At e l sell $22,975.3897700 Time Buyers
Supplies "up SATURN 04, W .'JlIs-'-.i'i'fl,, HONDAcCORDLX2 Very clean, 1 owner row seat, 5.3L, loaded 03. TV/DVD ile

We* ceoeAL CHRYSLER -25 itmmac, loaU ded.310
IMO0 Pets and Supplies l 230RINKER1996J /bueATACPW,-HON2 u $26sp99pC mustZsell U" c A 891-867-2 or IB
S60 penan cig lrePe. shed CruiserUDAP L1 c r ui e 5. Dth r roo Need to sell fas t. spd ne w t| ,I & b e -
AUDI A6 '.2.8 thr roof new tires brakes KEY BUICK 642-6060 $32,975. Call 389-7700 387-4041
*"Fiana issleeps 4 head great mile e,fullyloaded, only36km $210mo. wac. 771-910 o m les, $1650.obo.
shower. refrig, full under warranty $18,00 t. fully ldoy m $mo.w0ac. 771-9100 low miles, $60o. blok I NIMNICHT CHEVROET I
raO canvas 3merc/ u Daniel. 729 4001 Cert. $22995 838-3859 C EVY TRAILBLAZER'03, ISUZURODEO '99, looks I NCHT CHEVROLET
model elec chronom- $20,000 BELOW BOOK. 573-9874 low miles, need to sell FORD SHO '91. speed Ext, 3rd row seat, like brand new, low miles, GMC-HUMMER
eterski .le grI ,SUcEDi 4 904-993-3185 A$218mo.wac. 771-9100 leather, sunroof. Only new cond $21,995 V6, $9995 15 CS A
r s AUDI 01. 4.2L attro 2$1450. Call 772-1221 KEYBUICK 642-6060 KEYBUICK 642-606O 58. 1550 CASSAT AVE
VCR a ps in cl.ZUKI5.RZ400E2 C UTiMU P ert gded With stE1 A5 0. C l l I 7I7 L
t904-4-142 Bike 02 e.ought net Ocl HONDA CIVIC '92 Only
o SoolTableRegular lI great S O. *Ca JIm 0 E n /l. el ,1 -E 0Fr lstln l C8 li ..2tS399-3Ca 1369 00 Ju 'I S 1 E I'- '= 800-7498116 ..7327
/ Size, All coushins$65 5 29-82163 st 3N1,O 8 .4 .t 1 7
h ea. Desk solid maple BALNR Wad SUZUKI GTO 72 AUDI T225t '01 Rov..ltr HONDA PRELUDE '01
GREAT$1DAFreezer$10o ALNR Wae. 2 "lroke. [:. Cp r 'e 0d Ai. 9r.,_-,d .. ,*o. ro etr~nt.,,.iOn. hi 172
729-7643 St. Marys 1tO. o ,runs Aell. ne' I .,. 21 o ,rn 47.,S27 SHA NS, F
crcondtionn904-46-2337 o nhicn. come ,km.jn 1S.2t9 ... 4 c1ii772.2 i. ;
Wi ond Surfer LSI ic7 4jgh. go-oao ,momea- 24'28 I1.' ID IR E UC A AT 'AR
Viper Fanatic Per-. Center Con-,)lh 17 FT muter ike $500 OBOT R
fectforeginners. .thtraierHP 904374 1372 BMW 3251 2002. Prem JAGUAR X K8 cony '01. ".
Call Brian atn20 E EanrudeOceanpro Pkq Xeron Ligl-ts L.oa n C. all the t ys 32A
70 F nBirn. coversR s0d SUZUKI Intruder 104Q .2.22.98 3714 28 in. 912262 95263O 840RANG
n mlYAMAHA 3 wheelerl5 V.i. ....... -. r BMW 330 cc 2002 Aut
with reverse new 9. d,: i ,- Prem Pkg. hea 1ted LEXUSES300 "01A W, 72L 3BI d qBInd ,'7,5uu
,-,,,,, ,4,BIA ";seats ol A CUS RAP LA P.11 BOGI N in aviIAND
funell d asking $9oo. aeloKTB..nOB.-.. .n" *.RICK KEFFER SUBARU OF JAX
fn aB215-2443 u, I .uuzukiln,'udru r r1500O BMW 525iA. 2002 Auto ,,.k ;1 .1. of Orange Park 195 Eo'i 12i Fen Ir n i ,'.4.4 ',w., 0 ,. -.i 1 A n h-
Tra lrsp a 904.213.9745 moree Iwr,,. 5 e*h3ut l Muslatng BS l 5.1728 e LINCOLN Continenta3 720 BOndingBlvd 7-I0 WETD GE
48 RAN BeatG winRIFhi ', 20 WESTSIDE DODGE
85wo raoers3dFlebags 10k .great BMW S3Oia 2002 Auto. 15Cl -5
17' YACHTS & SPORT 343.2491 371 4728
17' Wride Body i BOATS. Jacksonville's I -'. 112 Alanic Blid '5-8000AENY LAND ROVE KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI
Trailer1200 obo, largest stocking SUZUKI RM12S- BMW 7401L 2001. AutoM. PLr D-r11MATHEnY LANd R ENC C SZ
to see Call 42C Boat Tree at '02. NEVET RACED heated seats, runlar ..r3tUC-1 0'
270-5251, Lt Van. Lambs Yacht Center EXC COND. "EST tires ,loaded $32.988.,:,3 adeda ..-. ,:lea r, v i& (.:8 U1iA3i7
u 3420 Lakeshore Blvd. DRIVE ON MY 371 4728 674 1661
F LATBED TLR rX10 904-381-8980 PROPERTY S900 OBO KEY AUDI S Augustne 353-6797
newsprlngs, lights III -IIIIJ 729.7932 EVES BMW X53.0 2002. Prem LINCOLN Town Car '96.r ua LLo
wood.$d0, bed pg, low miles. rear loaded. Ithr. low mi.h -466-lA)hutlrlideBlid W- d40d uLEXUSOFJACKSONVILLES.
extender for com- WANTED Boats. YAMAHA- 2003. climate Pkg. S31.988 S4200 Call786-8460P59 Ailaniic Blvd. 1-501,
pacttruck$75Call motors, trailers YZF1.R1 65k mi new 371 4728 CLARK 10' 1l1B..I" ARLINGTON TOYOTA
904-228-2279 any condition tire. lende elnmdLEBABRE MAZDA Malta' 95. conv
'TheUseg Parts People" Fuino,ke olack/sll- BUICK lkn.BRE"93845FORD-MERCURYdr.h'new.I59 l 109AllicBlvd 721-3WO
UTIL_ TRLR 16' CHERO- Weeks Marine 387-1440 v er I obe. Call auto~rully loaded. $3450 998.7713
KEFuy encloseddua 912-573-1004 Call1 7212211-95N (ulee 73
axle.___0007__-024 Marine YAMAHA 3 coup.hte. 160K ed, Ihr seats. DUVAL FORD
1220 Equipment h WHEELER-S ith .T..dr oupe. ghite. $6000 obo 771.7361 8 51 R'rvdRe yBld 1t16Cas.aIAoe 38-.541 462050u'sdedBlvd 642-410,, 10564Pnhilips-v/iA 262-0338
reverse. Newtvres. 000 ner.lgaraged. n895NewOrL l B65
10 Supple 5 o upplrdies $c, bar2=.r.eg 20.012 -00 mRiett newnr rLGARBER FORD-MERCURY KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
witngdhmntE-,.,. rrun, Good. -- Co6 t,01 i oungerl7n7Ci le 1-911)0
Mi freetogoodhome c311269.0754 YAMAHA Y2400F '98 BUICK REGAL -4 Gr.n. below bluebooSEE
very Playful and Good c. nait.on. SportMIdE.SAutF.RD $14.900 Call
Ionevenings 7 shalt. hpro,5runs0 I.yellower g plsl. ..40 Call 7.2- 1221 904 574-8894 or TO BMW At T A,,n, Blvd u L UT
g r e a needs nothing. Have CADILLAC Catera '00 72-0911 "7Ph' .l-2y2-3325 2_95uS I SoutrSt Aug
AFGAINHOUNDSF/$450 386-445-3394 extras 51800 OB0. 4dr. 29k mi s. wht. MERCEDIESCLKS00coupe i: i855Ali ,SuihBiAd
Chihuahua-Choc M/$250 904-374-1372. S13.500. Call 751-1629 '04. high pertormarce -8
904-964-8239 or 226-009 luxury mint cond. rac 068MIKE DAVIDSON FORD (0196C2197-88
RV's & YAMAHA YR2350CC. '68. win.y. i4.4.900 472-3709- iM DSpi.
Ch. pedigree. Non shed. Call 545-4943 Suroof. leather. sport MERCURY SABLE WAGOt .ATlal ECBUERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
$450-$560. 904-825-000520 Fleetwood Malard 3. Loaded. 3rd sea950Aarld 725-0911
CGSA.I. Chihuhu, rile...cl hitch. 7A1C 10 Mto Parr MOBG 73 Convert- BUICK-PONTIAC-GMC MIKE SHAD FORD MAZDA CITY
BullkersRt weiff7l8er esti nyible runs great run 916B96nd5rFgRDlvd 7-O9-0(u0 0 g] a.-
BuliMastiffPekes,&tiny 40'TH WHEEL '03 (4) Toyo Prox w/22" P.IO'TO FR ,C.SMC 4 o Drive. needs GreenCoveSpring4. 2&1-4502 OF ORANGE PARK
PomscMinpins &xmany 3Slides. w/d. cr/a. Fusions rims $1800. rockers replaced.
small7cute mixes micro. awning. wd Nfirs i obo. 904476-2775 4 1 72 MOB -OGTpartscar 8( U BIanding Blvd 777-3673 ;1 1 ASH TISDELLE VW
sik or pets Plus extras C K wwwrumos.com
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, ..O.obo. .35-258-04,8 C Y TuCKNAN ALTIMA 04 Very 4660i 5Um,,eide Bld t42-6060B
CKC,94w6518HC14$3.o 5 61Sni5 CADIULAC DEVILLE w Mii. need to sell fast
904-651-8914 AAIRSTREAM &TRAIL cash3obo Negr. Lemerad gre r, beige TERRY BUICK COGGIN GMC TRUCKS 102 1 A,,anic Blvd O210 0'STEEN VW
CHIHUAHUA'S Toys & ALLAGRORMOTORA HOMES 318-3021.... rgp. IO wim.rNISSAN ALTIMA 0 B lngvd'
Teacups. mypupples.net Sales. Service.Parts Good cr-d, Cel l994-9;S3 93, SE. 5s .I k "landingBl 9d1 Atllntic Blvd 724--'l1 25;5 'h6-.486 -
904-688-0391 Dytona D S"dr V Sles DODE RAM S Hm. 221.20C 3 53500 ml. AC. AM 'FNM
Alachua 366)1462-3039 Origaral Rear cx:L 5. no'sema.__k.
DACHSHUNDr- mini, AKC, I 800 541 6439 N number W1 4Mags CADILLAC SEVILLE STS S53.000 obo 276-7797 off 'IM.M W GARBER TOM BUSH MINI TOM BUSH VW
904-635-7817 ALPEN LITE 19It. "83. 5th 2it$50125769 chrome n heel2. WelMinn'd.SIBlBUICK-PONTIAC-GMCh9875 Ae erijiC Blvd 9 COAianl, Blvd 725-0911
wheel traTarg50 Fro NISSAN ALT'MAO'LE'01 CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC GreenCoveSprinrg$ 264-450"
DOG PEN -Chain condo 4OOOobo230 205 R I ES4L erMSWITHTIR
4 link. SxcoxS ft. C2175RI-leirl'n CHEVYCAMAROSS.po.rr3t,,., 2 L2.t O. 4700Swuils,ufide Blvd I2-5111_
$50. 298co4i5.tion oti han 6'199heelhtch. 2.000 miles sed5 i condim24 Mir. NIMNICHT CADILLAC CITY MITSUBISHI
59 5 j braking system e o if Jeeo We n t.
'5JJLbrakinlste ler. l'..r.gsland. GA 6,p liut,,IXded. d- bisluGE9'bC NtUE
ENL SPRINGER -AKC, ,nolo. 1"21on r wll 9L27298902 aher 5pm Cal 912-5109500 ur / dr new re go 778-7700 C at the AVENUES STEEN VOLVO
1OmD. Male. Includes pullunder 50001bs. 1262762.1300 cong..e.c.ransp.7
supplies 743-0152 John 705.7024. 264-6491 obo9 6 "'"raic.r. S320BON ATLANTIC 10857 Phip% Hwy 26042 LI) )c"Pr p Hily 3%-546
Q6 FREEKnITENS CLMNP-U P275,5R cross 4 Chevy Camaro 55 262.2356ohr 5pr L11003AtlanticBlvd 5 15-88c.' A ClPv/ulfn!hiiveB_,
30terran m&ils t,res .. 151 "02 Convert ,, NISSANSENTI1A200 283 SanMarco,nSIAug 354-2057 PA(&t Il DACT SU H

MoSaiuboats TOWABLE r Chrs-Pm of Orane Park MriN JUU 9i9PhpHy 71 Bus
SSBoat Dockage& SUPER CENTER our service Chrys-PlyoOrangePark 19PhpHwy 733-1
Rentals902B .11211 Alahc Blvd 21.1kTom Bush Autoplex
Rentals 9012 Beach Blvd. 1515 Wells Rd 269-10u "___I______-__,,_______
I220 Marine Eq uipment 1 904 642 1600 9875 Adartic Blvd 3-147T"
and Supplies 6I95Wo6SA024 toS4 '
123 RItenorls CHRYSLER JEEP ATLANTIC JEEP 10100 Alanic Blvd 725b- 15'
Bikes 1235 RVRenals 1736 Cassal Ave :89-792 2330 US 1 South 3A-4421 SUPERCENTER
135Auto Brokers 1235 RVAnT & EA C ""ARUO 3850 A"AieBld9"Q

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sVars/Buses For Great People with Torpedo'd Credit 1-EL19 h 1515 Wels R 269-1033S WARREN MOTORS, INC.
130 Misc.Auto .r 1-800-228-745
1355 Auto ucks 1300 ocvles Cars Trucks SUVs Vans MIKESHAD NIMNICHT SAAB 23.EasStale3S 356-8491
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