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The Importance Of Being Prepared
PALS Visit Base
NAS Jax Hosts Westside Elementary Group
Participants Enjoy Events
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
Due to the upcoming
Memorial Day holiday May
30, the deadlines for June
2 Jax Air News articles
and ads has changed. All
articles must be turned in
by May 26 at 4 p.m. Ads
are due by May 27 at
and you could win
a new car
A special raffle is cur-
rently underway in support
of the annual Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive. One
lucky ticket holder will win
a 2005 Honda Civic donat-
ed by the Coggin
Automotive Group. Tic-ets
are now on sale Monday
through Saturday at the
Navy Exchange Food
Court from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tickets are also avail-
able through your com-
mand NMCRS representa-
tive. Tickets will be sold
until May 27.
The following are ticket
E1-E3 $3 for one, $20
E4-E6 $4 for one, $20
E7 and up and
Department of Defense
civilians and retirees -
$5 for one, $20 for five.
No purchase or contri-
bution is necessary to win.
Complete contest rules
are on the back of the tick-
NEX to host
NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange is hosting a
special appearance of
Capt. Rick Ryals, author
and hosts of the weekly
radio show "Florida
Sportsman Live," airing
Saturday mornings at 7-9
a.m. on WFXJ 930 AM,
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. Ryals will sign copies
of his new book and
answer anglers questions.
PSD Jax ID card
The Personnel Support
Detachment (PSD) Jax ID
Card section will be closed
all day June 6 and the
morning of June 7. PSD
Jax will be upgrading all ID
card CPU machines in
preparation for RAPIDS
7.0 platform requirements.
All ID card services will be
performed at PSD
Mayport during the
Tax break for
From 1-12 June, Florida
residents can buy hurri-
cane provisions such as
batteries, two-way radios,
coolers and generators up
to $750 tax-free.
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
The constant, 24/7 traffic flow at NAS Jax Yorktown gate will continue, according to the BRAC list released by
the Pentagon Friday. NAS Jacksonville and its tenant commands were among the military activities getting good
news following the Department of Defense announcement that it plans to shut down about 180 military activities
By 101 Mike England
The Department of Defense's
(DoD) announcement of its
Base Realignment and
Closure (BRAC) recommenda-
tions Friday included some signif-
icant changes for NAS Jackson-
The proposed changes include
the addition of Patrol Wing Five
and its squadrons of P-3s and one
squadron of C-130s that would be
relocated from Brunswick, Maine.
Also on the table is a pl -.- to inte-
grate Naval Air Depot, Jackson-
ville with the Intermediate Main-
tenance Activities here to estab-
lish Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast aboard the base. Naval
Facilities Engineering Field
Activity Southeast, Jacksonville
would also absorb Naval Facil-
ities Engineering Field Division,
Charleston, S.C. under the pro-
NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
seemed eager to welcome the
thousands of new Sailors and
DoD civilians that the recommen-
dations would bring. "The
Jacksonville community wel-
comes the opportunity to host
additional Sailors, families, air-
craft squadrons and support func-
changes for NAS Jax
tions from Brunswick, Maine the right places with the right
should the BRAC recommenda- capabilities and that will allow
tions be approved," he said. the force we have to be more
"These moves will streamline east effective and more agile. So trans-
coast maritime patrol operations formation has been very much
at a primary operating hub. NAS the thought throughout this
Jacksonville has an adequate process, and we hope the recom-
infrastructure to accommodate mendations truly support that."
the increased number of aircraft, Every aspect of each facility is
personnel and family members." considered and people at all lev-
According to the Navy News els, from the base commander to
Service, the DoD's BRAC recom- the Chief of Naval Operations,
mendations, if adopted, would provided input which directly
close 33 major bases and realign impacted the DoD's decision.
29 more. "We have to consider everything
Among those recommendations the law requires us to look at
were the closure of nine major everything without regard to
Navy installations, the realign- whether it was considered for clo-
ment of eight others and the clo- sure or realignment before,"
sure of 46 smaller installations assure ording to the official. "We have
including 37 Reserve centers. according to the official. "We have
The Department of the Navy's to make sure the data we use in
BRAC impact will save the nation evaluating our bases is certified
more than $1.5 billion a year once as accurate.
fully implemented. There are no final decisions
The U.S. military has been yet," the official went on to say.
embarked in an effort to trans- We have a ways to go before
form into a more effective and those decisions are final."
efficient fighting force. The Navy No final BRAC decisions will be
recommendations support that made until an independent BRAC
effort by matching the facilities to Commission, the President and
the forces and allowing the mili- Congress have reviewed and
tary to invest resources where approved the recommendations.
they are needed. The full BRAC recommenda-
According to the release, a sen- tions and other details may be
ior Navy official said, "We want to found online at http://www.
have the right bases located in defenselink.mil/brac.
Arous gfritish Royal Air Force (RAF)
aircraft stoDpe e NAS lax airfield May 9 to spend the night
g apd. refuel after participating in a joint U.S./Britain exercise. 'The Jaguars are
-l h ack home and NAS lax was their.chosen base to stop and-refuel.
d we are glad-to-assist them," said NAS lax
^^. operationsn s Department Head Cmdr. Ted Carter, immediately after the aircraft had landed.
Iing to the jaguars' Web site, since its introduction ii the 1970s to front-line servic- in the round.
Sata, ndmlear sitilke and reconnaissance roles, the aircraft has defied sceptics and proved itselfTo be
.. -, ..-6ne of the finest tactical aircraft in the history of the RAF.
- -- *-, ..
Photo by Ka) lee LaRocque
Patrolman Joe Robinson gives a
motorist a reminder to wear his seat-
belt and some information about the
upcoming "Click It or Ticket" Cam-
paign which runs May 23 through
June 5. Motorists are reminded that
seatbelts are mandatory on the base
at all times and they can be ticketed
for violations at any time.
'Click It or Ticket'
By Kaylee LaRocque
T he national "Click It or Ticket"
Campaign starts Monday and
will continue through June 5.
This means thousands of law enforce-
ment agencies will stop motorists who
are not buckled up and issue them
Although all military installations
including NAS Jacksonville, enforce
the seatbelt law every day, during the
campaign, patrolmen here will man
high traffic areas and specifically tar-
get people who are not buckled up.
During every "Click It or Ticket"
Campaign, which is held bi-annually
each May and November, the Naval
Safety Center partners with the
National Highway Traffic Safety
"This campaign is conducted to
encourage the use of safety restraints
for all adults and children when riding
in a motor vehicle. It's an enforcement
campaign to heighten awareness of the
importance of wearing a seatbelt.
Seatbelts save lives and hopefully we
can save someone by reminding them
to buckle up," remarked NAS Jax Chief
of Police Glenn Williams.
The use of seatbelts not only saves
lives, but also can help prevent serious
injuries. "We do safety checks on the
base periodically. On an average we
usually confirm five to six percent of
our base personnel are not wearing
their seatbelts," said NAS Jax Safety
Officer Ron Williamson. "As of April 1,
we've had 66 motor vehicle accidents
on base. At this rate we're projecting
about 221 accidents this year, which is
higher than average. We've also had
five people injured and are predicting
14 motorists will sustain injuries in
accidents this year."
If this isn't reason enough to buckle
up, you might be interested to learn
that if you are issued a ticket on base
it's four points on your base driving
record. Anyone receiving six points in a
one-year period is required to attend
an eight-hour driving improvement
course. Those who earn 12 points in
one year or 18 points in two years will
be suspended from driving on base for
According to the Florida Highway
Patrol, tickets for not wearing a seat-
belt can be costly. In Duval County, vio-
lators will be charged $56.50 and in
Clay County, a ticket will cost you
The "Click It or Ticket" mobilization
effort involves four stages: a media
campaign, to inform people of the
upcoming campaign and increased
law-enforcement efforts; an observa-
tion period, where violators are count-
ed but not ticketed; an enforcement
period, where all violators are ticketed;
and a final review period, where
motorists are observed to ensure the
effort has been successful.
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2 JaX AIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005
FROM THE FLEET
Do you have a mentor to help guide you?
Fleet Command Master Chief
M ost of us can identi-
fy people who have
had a significant
and positive impact on our
lives. I would argue most of
us could not achieve success
without the support and
guidance from others.
These people that help us
along the way are called
Mentors can be friends,
relatives, co-workers, teach-
ers, as well as historic or
Most often, a mentor is a
more experienced, older per-
son who acts as a role
model, compatriot, chal-
lenger, guide or cheerleader.
So who's your mentor?
Do you have one? Does the
person know he or she is
A little more than two
years ago the Chief of Naval
Operations challenged the
Navy's leadership to ensure
every Sailor was assigned a
Two years into this task-
ing, I'm wondering if we
have truly embraced his
vision. Does every Sailor
really have a mentor? As I
travel throughout the fleet,
when I ask about mentor-
ship, I often get the correct
definition of the word, but
routinely fail to hear from
Sailors who their mentors
Mentorship is invaluable
to our Navy. Think about it
- who taught you about your
rating? Who helped you out
when others didn't have
time to? Who helped you
make your own life deci-
sions by providing you
advice and counsel without
actually telling you how to
live your life? Is there
someone like that in your
past? If so, that person was
probably being a mentor.
While it is possible to
succeed in the Navy without
a mentor, having a mentor
makes things much easier.
The benefits of an outstand-
ing mentoring connection
links you with a more expe-
rienced Sailor for profes-
sional development. The
degree of mentoring varies
depending on the goals and
needs of the prot6g6'. So
what does a mentor do?
Mentors are coaches.
Mentors should enhance
your job skills and push
your intellectual develop-
ment. Additionally, they
pass along information, pro-
vide candid feedback about
your perceived strengths
and development needs, and
point out opportunities for
you to develop and demon-
strate your capabilities.
Simply put, they push you
Shipmates, I can't think
of a single person I know in
the leadership community
that didn't have a great
mentor. As you climb in
rank, you start to realize
how important it was for
others to assist you in your
Whether your mentor was
assigned to you or your
mentor grew out of a long-
term professional relation-
ship, you probably don't (or
can't) realize what an
impact this person is having
on your career.
Have you even been to a
retirement ceremony? Ever
hear a retiree go on and on
about a person that helped
him or her along the way -
so much in fact that they
now realize without his or
her help they would have
never achieved so much?
That kind of admiration and
respect is a byproduct of
One of the best aspects of
mentorship is that mentor-
ing has an uncanny way of
sustaining itself. What I
mean is, Sailors who have
good mentors often go on to
be great mentors them-
The process tends to
repeat itself and that's a
See MENTORS, Page 9
ON THE HOMEFRONT
How a military ship deals with another move
By Sarah Smiley
S he was "born" in
while someone, very
important to her was tied
up elsewhere with the mili-
tary, no doubt. Soon after,
she was moved from New
York to San Diego to Korea
and San Francisco, and then
back to San Diego and on to
Alameda. She was around
for Vietnam, then headed
back to San Francisco, and
Alameda, and then Vallejo,
and finally Beaumont,
Whew! Sounds like anoth-
er military moving horror
story, doesn't it? But I'm not
talking about just anyone;
I'm talking about the
"Mighty O"-the USS
Like so many of us in the
military, the Mighty 0 has
dealt with her share of
moves and surprise transi-
tions. But the latest card
dealt to this historic ship
beats any woe-is-me moving
story I've ever heard. In
2003, the Oriskany was
towed-all 888-feet of her-'
to Corpus Christi, Texas,
where she was cleaned and
prepared for her final rest-
ing place at the bottom of a
then undetermined spot in
In December 2004, the
Mighty 0 was towed (again)
to the Port of Pensacola,
where she waited... and
waited... and well-you
know where this is going-
she waited until someone
decided she should go back
to Texas to wait out the hur-
ricane season. (Never mind
that we human dependents
stay put during the storms;
that's another column.)
As a military dependent of
nearly 30 years, I sympa-
thize with the Mighty 0 and
her back-and-forth adven-
ture across the Gulf of
Mexico. By now I'm sure
she's steaming mad and
griping to all her girlfriends,
if ships have them, saying
things like, "First they want
me here, and then they send
me there-why don't they
keep me in one spot until
they figure it all out!" And
her friends are grumbling
about scribbling through
another entry in their
The other spouses will
have a farewell party for
Oriskany, but it will be half-
hearted because she's only
been here less than a year
and no one got the chance to
know her anyway. "But I'm
sure we'll run into each
other again," Oriskany will
say, reminding herself not to
burn any bridges because
who knows where the mili-
tary will send her next.
So she'll accept the
engraved letter opener-or
whatever it is ships col-
lect-and then call her girl-
friends in California and
dish about how disorganized
this spouse club is and how
she wishes she was in San
She has probably already
called her mom (again, if
ships have them), who cried
out, "You're always bouncing
around the country, and you
haven't seen your cousins in
ages. Why can't you just
Then her grandmother got
on the phone and said, "Can
the military really do that?
Can they just move you
back and forth? Don't you
have a say in this?
Oriskany, are you eating
enough? You sound tired.
Are you tired?"
Then I suppose Oriskany
told all her children, too,
and kids are never happy
about another move, espe-
cially this close to the end of
the school year. They begged
her to wait until June, even
to let them stay behind and
finish out their schooling in
one place. Oriskany proba-
bly almost gave in on this
point because moving is so
hard on kids. But then, "No,"
she told herself, "we will
stay together as a family
and go where ever the mili-
tary sends us."
"But I thought you had
already retired," one of her
sons whined, and Oriskany
thought, "Ah, yes, didn't I
retire many moons ago? So
why do I still feel so
Then Oriskany's grand-
mother called back and said,
"Do you really think you
should move those kids
again? Can't they just stay
in one school for longer than
And Oriskany probably
just sighed, a sense of defeat
bearing down on her shoul-
ders. "Oh Grandma," she
said, "Don't get all excited
yet. I'm not going to believe
it until I see it...not, at
least, until I see the tug
Hallmark card, or no
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-
This really nice person I
met in an Internet chat
room from overseas wants
me to do her a favor and
cash a check. She said she
was in America and had to
leave before she could cash
the check because her visi-
tor's visa had expired.
Seems that it is not easy
to cash an American check
overseas. If I agree, she will
send me the check through
this company called
QCHEX. Once I receive it I
will cash the check and then
forward the money to her
via a wire service.
We have been friends for
about two weeks and I real-
ly want to be a nice
American and help her out,
what do you think? I am
not going to make any
money on this but she did
say that there might be a
little extra money for me if I
help her out.
Well its nice to do people
a favor but if I were you I
would say no! There are
numerous ways to cash an
American check overseas.
Advise your friend to get
tith her bank to get the
procedures. If you really
fekl that you must help this
person out I would approach
item this manner.
First after receiving the
check I would do a little
research on the names and
companies that are listed on
the check using one of the
many Internet search
engines. If satisfied by this
research I would then pres-
ent it to my bank/credit
union for deposit. You must
realize that if this check
bounces you will be charged
a fee from your bank/credit
Even after you deposit the
check, make sure it has
cleared and that funds are
actually available. With
large deposits, banks/credit
unions normally will list
your balance as well as
"funds available." These
numbers may differ depend-
ing upon your last transac-
It usually takes some
time, approximately five
working days for the check
to clear. Again, I would keep
checking with the
bank/credit union to see
when the check deposited
clears and is actually avail-
able to use. Once you are
certain that the money is
available you could then for-
ward the money as request-
Some wire services charge
substantial fees to forward
money and I would insure
my new friend was willing
to pay these costs. I would
also send the money by
traceable means. Some wire
services require no identifi-
cation to pick up money if
the amount is less than
$1,000. On the surface, this
looks like a pretty shaky
deal where any number of
things could go wrong cost-
ing you a lot of money.
Can you really afford to
make a costly mistake for a
person you really have
never met? The Internet is
full of scam opportunities.
You know the old saying, "if
it looks like a duck, walks
like a duck, and quacks like
a duck, it's a duck!"
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyManl 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.
ETISWUI JRMES HOLT
Hometown: Dothan, Ala.
Family Life: Single
Past Duty Stations: USS Land, NCTS
Career Plans: To retire from the Navy.
Most Interesting Experience: Ice climb-
ing in Switzerland.
Words of Wisdom: Don't sit in the front
seat of a taxi in Bahrain.
Jewelry Sales Associate
Hometown: Naples, Italy
- Family Life: Married with four children.
Past Duty Stations: None
Career Plans: To continue working for the
i Most Interesting Experience: I was 10
years old when the Germans invaded Naples
during WWII. We abandoned our homes and
fled to the mountains. We lived in caves, and
lived off the land until we could sneak back to
live in a relative's factory. I learned to survive
at a young age..
Words of Wisdom: Pay attention to the
words of your elders. You never know what
Trouble you will save by listening to them.
USO/IMAX present 'Fighter
Pilot' at the World Golf Village
Complimentary tickets for service members to
the World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater
showing of the "Fighter Pilot: Operation Red
Flag" movie during the Memorial Day Military
Appreciation Weekend are now available at the NAS
Jax-based United Services Organization (USO) and
at all command master chief offices.
On May 28, the World Hall of Fame is offering a
free military children's activities day from 11 a.m. to
3 p.m. The show times for the movie are: Saturday -
11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Sunday 1
p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. and Monday 11 a.m., 1 p.m.,
and 5 p.m.
For further information, call the USO at 778-2821.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat Dooling
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Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005 3
Annual exercise keeps key personnel informed and prepared
By Kaylee LaRocque
As Hurricane AirLant
One, a category four
storm, blew through
Puerto Rico, Key West, Fla.,
Orlando and then turned up
the east coast hitting
S.C. and Earle, N.J. last
week, most people didn't
even realize a hurricane had
Luckily, no one was seri-
ously injured, no one was
evacuated and there was no
significant damage because
it was all a drill.
Each year, before the
beginning of hurricane sea-
son which starts June 1, a
hurricane exercise is con-
ducted to ensure key NAS
Jacksonville personnel are
prepared and know how to
respond to help protect the
people and assets here.
"We hold these exercises
every year to help identify
problems we might have so
when the real things comes,
we're prepared for it. Since
the military has such a high
transient population, many
people who come here have
never lived in the south and
or.been through a hurri-
cane. We want to make sure
they are aware of what
needs to be done and how
we go about shutting down
the base for the different
core conditions," said NAS
Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall,
who is in charge of disaster
preparedness here. "It's
basically an awareness exer-
cise to ensure policies and
procedures are in place and
that we are able to accom-
plish the mission of securing
the base and getting it
ready to reopen after a
"We had a busy year last
year. We sustained about 3
million in damage from the
winds and it wasn't even a
direct hit. So, we need to be
ready," added Hall.
This is why several self-
help projects have recently
been completed to upgrade
the base Emergency
Operation Center (EOC).
This includes new paint,
computers, furniture and
other conveniences that
may be needed if the EOC is
manned for several days
"Our EOC has basically
gone through a transition-
ing process. The Navy is
moving more to the emer-
gency management style to
handle natural disasters
and acts of terrorism. What
we are using now is called
the incident management
system which was originat-
ed by firefighters at the
California Division of
Forestry," Hall explained.
"What they found is when
you manage any type of sce-
nario, you require supply
logistics, security, command
structure, air operations,
safety, etc. All these people
in the different categories
are in one area so they can
communicate with the com-
manding officer and he
knows everything that is
going on," he continued.
"With all these expert dis-
ciplines just an ear shot
away, he can make sound
~~- a- "-" -
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall (fourth from left) discusses the newly renovated Emergency Operations Center and some of the
new technology available in the center with key players of the base's disaster management team during last week's hurricane
effective decisions at a ends so we didn't have a thrilled with all the support people. We are working on
moment's notice. It makes mass exodus out the gates. I they received. It got people's this. We have a base-wide
an operation run well. The think we'll probably be deal- attention with the great job telephonic communication'
fire service has used this ing with things a little dif- we did then. So when the system and we're trying to
plan for about five years ferently this year," stated hurricanes hit our state last educate our folks to take
now. The national response NAS Jax Executive Officer year, they decided NAS Jax heed to the messages we put
plan, which is directed by Capt. Chuck Tamblyn. was the place to base their out," continued Hall.
the Department of "I think the-biggest prob- operations out of," said Hall. Whether on base or at
Homeland Security, has lem we've had in the past is "Everyone here works home out in town, prepared-
mandated this process. The the rumors. We need to together as a team it's ness is the key. "Just
beauty of this plan is its ensure we put out accurate exemplary. I cannot express because you don't live here,
ability to grow as the inci- information, especially if we the gratitude of the com- doesn't mean we don't care
dent grows. It's makes an close the base," he added. mand structure and how about you. Have your sup-
unmanageable system very NAS Jacksonville person- people work together on this plies ready water, batter-
manageable because people nel have also been called base. It makes a difficult sit- ies, canned goods and espe-
are trained," remarked Hall. upon to assist the Federal uation much easier," Hall cially a radio so you know
The base also works close- Emergency Management added, enthusiastically, what's going on. You need to
ly with the City of Agency (FEMA) with their According to Hall, the be self-sufficient and protect
Jacksonville during hurri- operations after several nat- exercise went fairly well your family, pets and assets.
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Firefig hters BT _
praise new _____
By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
T he NAS Jax Fire Depart-
ment received a $500,000,
2005 Pierce Quint fire
truck to respond to emergencies
on-May 1. Firefighters are com-
mending the new vehicle's safety
features, which will protect them
from hazardous elements.
"The old fire truck, a 1989
model, only enclosed one passen-
ger and the driver. In the new
one, up to six firefighters will ride
inside and won't be exposed to
pollution and sirens, which can
cause hearing loss," remarked the
department's Lieutenant Jamie
The new fire truck's driver uses
a state-of-the-art touch-screen
display to monitor the truck's
engine. Meters and gauges on the
truck's exterior are color-coded for
quick hose and pump connections
to reduce confusion during emer-
The new 2005 Pierce Quint fire truck is ready to roll.
agencies. The truck carries a lad-
der that extends to 105 feet, and i[ ,. ',.
more than 1,000 feet of hose. At L" L'" i
40 feet long, and 70,800 pounds,
the truck is bigger, yet easier to '
handle than its predecessor. The .
transmission is automatic.
"She rides like a Cadillac," said
Firefighter Keith Goosley.
The old fire truck served the I, MI- 1 S
department's needs for 15 years l / -
and has outlived its reliability.
"When you've promised to pro-
tect the lives of 25,000 people, it's
important to have the best equip-
ment," Goosley concluded. Firefighter Keith Goosley polishes
Facilities Team Southeast
wins merit award
From Naval Facilities
Navy architects and
engineers leave a
'design footprint' on
naval bases worldwide,
providing Sailors, Marines
and their families with
high-quality offices, gym-
nasiums, homes and more.
These buildings must be
functional, safe, long last-
friendly and aesthetically
pleasing. To showcase the
Navy's best design and
construction projects, the
Naval Facilities Engin-
eering Command (NAV-
FAC) announced May 5 the
winners of its 2005 Design
"Your dedicated leader-
ship in design excellence is
an asset to the command,
the Navy and Marine
Corps combat team and
our federal clients," said
Rear Adm. Michael Loose,
NAVFAC commander and
chief of civil engineers.
"You are delivering the
finest quality, best value
projects for our clients and
the American taxpayer."
The new state-of-the-art
medical/dental clinic at
Naval Station Mayport
was among the 10 merit
Through a bold articula-
tion of elements and fenes-
tration pattern, the build-
ing takes its cue from the
functional and industrial
nature of ships of the
Attention to sustainable
design strategies has
reduced energy and water
consumption, and created
a clean, healthy indoor
environment for patients
and staff. The review panel
stated that the Mayport
clinic's "progression of inte-
rior space is a stimulating
. .. outstanding feature."
This $22 million design/
build project won Honor-
able Mention in the 2005
It was designed by
Rogers, Loveluck and
Fritz, Inc: of Winter Park,
Fla. and constructed by
Hoar Construction LLC of
Birmingham, Ala. The con-.
struction contract was
awarded in April 2002 for
On 'June 5, 2002, the
Photo by Loren Barnes
The front entrance and rotunda of the Branch Medical and
Dental Clinic located on Naval Station Mayport. Naval
Facilities Engineering Command designed the facility and
were recently presented a merit award for the project.
ground was broken and
construction never stopped
until Jan. 21, 2004. The
clinic opened for service on
March 1, 2004. The 22-
month construction gave
life to ideas that took years
The NAVFAC Design
Awards program recog-
nizes achievements by the
design community and
employees of NAVFAC;
promotes design excellence
in all aspects of the built
and natural environment;
stewardship of public
resources; and motivates
employees to create the
best facilities and infra-
structure for our Navy,
Marine Corps and other
Battle of Midway
The Navy League of
Mayport is hosting
this year's Battle of
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 distinguished
veterans of the historic
battle will also attend this
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.
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raderie and reserved seat-
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p.m. and dinner at 7:30
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Mayport at 246-3481, USO
Jacksonville at 778-2821,
NS Mayport Command
Master, Chief at 270-5940,
NAS Jax CMC at 542-2934
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Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
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BRAC recommendations expected to save nearly $50 billion
Special release from the
U.S. Department of Defense
Secretary of Defense Donald
Rumsfeld announced Friday that
the department's recommenda-
tions to close or realign military facili-
ties in the United States will better
position U.S. forces to confront this
century's threats. The recommenda-
tion, if fully implemented, will gener-
ate an estimated net savings of nearly
$50 billion during the next two
decades. When combined with the
anticipated savings from overseas bas-
ing realignments around the world,
the projected net savings increases to
"Our current arrangements,
designed for the Cold War, must give
way to the new demands of the war
against extremism and other 21st cen-
tury challenges," Rumsfeld said.
The department's Base Realign-
ment and Closure (BRAC) recommen-
dations, if adopted, would close 33
major bases and realign 29 more.
The BRAC recommendations were
developed in a process that began in
2001, with the initiation of a review of
how U.S. forces were arrayed overseas.
Prospective changes to the depart-
ment's global posture were fed into the
analysis and recommendations. As a
result, forces coming home will return
to installations better arrayed to train
and deploy for possible contingencies
around the world.
The department's BRAC recommen-
dations were developed by the military
services and seven joint cross-service
groups in consultation with the com-
batant commanders. Each recommen-
dation was created under the proce-
dures established in the Base Closure
and Realignment Act of 1990, as
amended. The BRAC analysis started
with the 20-Year Force Structure Plan
and the department's inventory of
facilities, and then applied BRAC
selection criteria that had been pub-
lished early in 2004.
These criteria give paramount
importance to an installation's mili-
tary value. Other considerations
included costs of potential savings, and
economic and environmental impacts
of potential changes. The BRAC analy-
sis used data that was certified accu-
rate in a process monitored by the
Government Account-ability Office and
the department's inspection and audit
The department's BRAC recommen-
dations are intended to:
Enhance the military's ability to
meet contingency surge or mobiliza-
Retain those installations that
A-OK Student Reward Program helps students pay for college
Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
NAS lax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
addresses Sailors during Captain's Call Friday. Dobson
talked about the latest Base Realignment and Closure
proposals and their impact on NAS Jax.
By Kristine Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public Affairs
he Navy Exchange's A-OK
Student Reward Program will
hold a drawing to help four stu-
dents pay for a college education.
Winners will receive a $5,000,
$3,000, $2,000 or $1,000 U.S. savings
bond (denominations at maturity). The
deadline to register for the next draw-
ing is the end of May 2005.
"The A-OK Program was created in
1997 to reward students for getting
good grades in school," said Mike
Mongin, operations specialist at the
Navy Exchange Service Command.
Any eligible full-time student who
has a B grade point average equiva-
lent or better, as determined by their
school system, may enter the drawing.
Eligible students include dependent
children of active-duty military mem-
bers, Reservists and military retirees
enrolled in first through 12th grade.
Dependent children without an indi-
vidual dependent identification card
must be accompanied by their sponsor
to submit their entry. Each student
may enter only once each grading peri-
od and must re-enter with each quali-
fying report card.
Students may bring a current report
card to their local Navy Exchange to
enter the drawings. After a Navy
Exchange associate verifies the mini-
mum grade average, students may fill
out an entry card and obtain an A-OK
ID, which entitles the holder to dis-
count coupons for Navy Exchange
products and services.
Annual golf tournament to benefit NMCRS fund drive
From the NMCRS Golf Committee the $1,500 level, the sponsor will also be Outback Steakhouse, an additional free First Command will provide a $10,000 hole
he Jacksonville Area Navy and
Marine Corps Golf Committee will
host the 14th annual Navy-Marine
Cqrps. Relief Society Benefit Golf
Tournament May 26 at the private
Deercreek Country Club. The goal for this
year's event is $100,000.
Hole sponsorships start at $500 and at
provided a free foursome entry into the
tournament. All contributions to the society
are deductible under Section 170(b)(1)(a) of
the IRS code.
Golfing foursomes are also needed. Dual
shotgun starts (morning wave at 8 a.m. and'
afternoon wave at 1 p.m.). At a minimum,
each golfer will receive: cart and green fees
for the tournament, lunch provided by
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 provided by Budweiser, Dasani
water and Powerade throughout the course
provided by the Coca-Cola Corp., a golf
towel, golf ball sleeve, divot tool and tees
provided by the Navy Federal Credit Union.
in-one prize and the Timberland Company
will provide a backpack and wallet.
For the $80 registration fee, a golfer will
receive three rounds of golf, lunch, refresh-
ments and souvenirs. There will also be a
silent auction and awards ceremony follow-
ing the event.
For more information, call 542-4139.
have unique capabilities that would be
difficult to reconstitute at other loca-
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training and support functions to
improve joint war fighting;
Transform important support
functions including logistics, medi-
cine and research and development -
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The department's recommendations
will now be reviewed by the BRAC
Commission, which will seek com-
ments from the potentially affected
communities. As it has in the past four
BRAC rounds, the department will
assist affected communities in a vari-
ety of ways. DoD programs include
personnel transition and job training,
local reuse planning grants, and
streamlined property disposal. The
department will join with other federal
agencies to offer additional assistance
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Once the commission has completed
its review, it will present its recom-
mendations to the President. The
President must approve and submit
the commission's recommendations to
the Congress for review and appropri-
ate action. The entire process is
expected to be completed by the end of
JaxAir NeS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005 7
VS-30 refuels Blue Angel aircraft
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Photo by Jose Ramos
The Navy flight demonstration team "Blue Angels" plane number seven, flown by Lt. John Allison, receives fuel from an
S-3B Viking assigned to the "Diamondcutters" of VS-30. The NAS jax-based Diamondcutters completed their final
deployment in December 2004 as part of Carrier Air Wing One Seven (CVW-17) aboard the conventionally powered air-
craft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Be the first to view
the latest advance-
ments in technology
during the Technology
The exposition, spon-
sored by the 6th
Squadron, is open to all
personnel aboard NAS Jax
and will take place June 8
at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
More than 20 exhibitors
will demonstrate the latest
in critical servers, net-
works, computer equip-
ment and evaluation tools,
Recording Tools, System
software, training and IT
support and communica-
tion solutions, audio/visual
imaging accessories, video
systems and storage, office
equipment and much more.
There will be free
refreshments and give-
aways (while supplies
For further information,
visit www.ncsi.com, or con-
tact, Marybeth Coppola,
event manager, Federal
Events Division, at (301)
596-8899, Ext. 227 or email
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Poole is NH Jacksonville
Junior Civilian of the Year
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs
Crystal Poole, a purchasing
agent in Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's Purchasing Division/
Materials Management Department,
is the hospital's Junior Civilian of the
Year. She's worked in the hospital' s
Materials Management Department
since November 1999.
Poole is described as the kind of
person who can be depended on to
take on challenging assignments and
get the job done. Her Department
Head, Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington,
said, "Mrs. Poole continuously exceeds
expectations by adjusting work proce-
dures to obtain maximum efficiency
and developing innovative and cre-
ative solutions to complex problems...
She serves as a role model for other
staff and employees with her sunny
disposition and pleasant, helpful atti-
tude." Washington noted that Poole
has received several "Great Job" e-
mails from the various departments
for which she buys."
"It's an honor to be singled out for
recognition from so many outstanding
employees. It was the support of my
co-workers in the department, a team
effort, that enabled me to achieve
this. This honor means a lot to me
because we are the worker bees that
don't often get recognition. It's nice to
be able to share this with the others
in my department," remarked Poole.
Poole's resourcefulness has often
proven indispensable in the face of
formidable challenges. She was cited
for stepping in as purchasing agent
for Naval Ambulatory Care Center
(NACC) Kings Bay during a period
when the NACC was unable to order
medical/non-medical supplies inde-
pendently. Her resourcefulness result-
ed in no interruption in scheduled
supplies and services at the NACC.
She was also cited for the establish-
ment of an account with the Navy
Exchange to purchase propane gas for
mosquito magnets used by Preventive
Medicine. Others had tried unsuccess-
fully for nine months, it took Poole 50
days to establish the account. .
Poole served as a key member of the
hospital's Defense Medical Logistics
Standard Support (DMLSS) Process
Action Team and the DMLSS Catalog
Clean-Up Team, which began in the
fall of 2003 and finalized in June
2004. DMLSS is a DoD-wide program
initiated to improve responsiveness of
medical logistics support by imple-
menting business process innovations
to increase t medical logistics support
effectiveness and reduce cost.
Under Poole's guidance, the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville DMLSS team
compiled over 250 approved-for-pur-
chase line items to one list and dis-
tributed this list to all NH
Jacksonville DMLSS users.
As a result of the team's effort, the
DMLSS Catalog was standardized,
saving the hospital over $400,000
through the third quarter of fiscal
year 2004 with thousands more
expected to be saved each year as the
Health Fair provides information, screenings
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
will be offering one-stop
shopping for help with your
health concerns tomorrow. The hospi-
tal will present its ninth annual
Health Fair from 9:30 a.m. 1:30
p.m. in the Navy Exchange
Courtyard aboard NAS Jacksonville.
Participating clinics include
Audiology which will offer hearing
screenings, the Substance Abuse
Rehabilitation Program providing
drug and alcohol awareness informa-
tion and the Physical Therapy and
Occupational Therapy Department.
Also on hand will be representa-
tives from the hospital Pharmacy
with information on medical safety,
osteoporosis screenings and informa-
tion on the Pharmacy Lipid Clinic.
The Family Practice Clinic will
offer information on hypertension
and Urology will provide men's
health information (prostate health,
The hospital Breast Health Nurse
will join members, of the Ribbons to
Roses Breast Cancer Survivor Group
to educate women on breast health
care issues and the Diabetic Clinic
will offer information for people liv-
ing with diabetes. Wellness Center
personnel will provide information
on fitness, nutrition and tobacco ces-
sation as well as blood pressure
The Veterans Administration and
TRICARE will have representatives
available to discuss benefits. The
hospital Emergency Medical
Department as well as the Branch
Medical and Dental Clinics will be
available with program information.
Information 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 opportunity to learn
how you can collaborate with Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's medical pro-
fessionals to take control of your
health and well-being. For more
information, contact the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Customer
Relations Office at 542-9175/9413.
FFSC offers educational and support programs
The NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
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are available in May and
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Photo by HM2 Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Melanie Gibson makes part-
ing remarks as she retires on May 3.
NH Jacksonville's Gibson
retires after 37 years
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
When Melanie Gibson entered civil service in
1968, "LBJ" was president, the nation was
involved in the Vietnam conflict and the
median household income (current dollars) was
$7,743. The price of a postage stamp was rising from
five to six cents.
On May 3, as Gibson retired from federal service
and after 37 years things had changed. "GW" is presi-
dent, the nation fighting a global war with terrorists
in Iraq and Afghanistan, the median household
income is above $43,000 and a postage stamp now
costs 37 cents.
Gibson began her career at the NAS Jacksonville
Civilian Personnel Training Department, where she
was a GS-3 secretary in the Apprentice Training
School. She later worked 12 years in the Personal
Property Office as a GS-4/5 household goods trans-
portation clerk. There, she trained numerous service
members on the "Do It Yourself," (DITY) moves.
She came to Naval Hospital Jacksonville on Oct. 1,
1981 to work in the Material Management
Department as a GS-5 purchasing agent. She worked
her way through the grades to finally retire as a GS-9
Right up to her last months of federal service
Gibson's dedication and leadership have been invalu-
able. This was reflected in her being selected the
Material Management Department's Civilian of the
Quarter, 3rd Quarter of 2004. Under her supervision,
Naval Hospital Jacksonville was able to purchase
every single item on the equipment program review
committee listing in 2004, totaling more than
Under her leadership in fiscal year 2004, the pur-
chasing division achieved a feat that had never been
attained in the history of Naval Hospital Jacksoilville ,
it acquired materials in excess of 2.8 million dollars.
Also, the staff thrived under her leadership. Two of
her employees were selected as hospital Civilians of
the Quarter in 2004 and one of those was subsequent-
ly selected as Civilian of the Year 2004.
Gibson is married to Howard Gibson. She has one
son, Carl Kroppman, 34, and three granddaughters
Haley (5), Reagan (3) and Kendall (1).
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Naval Reserve changes
to Navy Reserve
ByjOSA Quinn Whisner
Navy News Service
resident George W. Bush signed a
"Memorandum for the Secretary of
Defense" April 29, approving the
redesignation of the United States Naval
Reserve to the United States Navy
The process and authori-
ty to seek this change
were afforded by the S-
2005 National De- \
Act (NDAA), which "1
requires that the
President of the
United States au-
thorize the change, ,--"
followed by delivery .
of the relevant United
States Code changes to i
the Armed Services Com-
mittees, and finally publica-
tion of the change in the
Vice Adm. John G. Cotton, Commander
Navy Reserve Force, 'testifying before the
Senate Armed Services Committee April
13, supported the name change.
"Once we have become the Navy
Reserve, the Chief of Naval Operations
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MENTORS: If you don't have one, find one
From Page 2
great thing. The best men-
tor is a person who realizes
others can make a differ-
ence and then goes out and
finds a Sailor to help. The
more of this we see the bet-
ter our Navy will be.
Now, I want to be clear
about something. Mentor-
ship comes from many peo-
ple. The most natural, logi-
cal mentor is someone in
your own rating (often in
your own chain of com-
mand). Whether you consid-
er the person a mentor or
not, your supervisor is
charged with being a men-
tor and providing you the
tools and opportunities you
deserve for-a successful
career. There's no escaping
that responsibility if you are
Having said that, some-
times we all need a little
boost along the way from
someone we admire and
respect outside our normal
chain of command. The
relationship often starts
quite naturally you seek
someone's advice and it
turns out the person not
only gives you the informa-
tion you need, but also takes
an interest in you. and then
starts to ask you now and
then how things are going.
Over time, you realize
that person is actually men-
toring you. In the very best
case scenarios, mentors can
last an entire career. There
is no geographical limit for
mentorship. I'm proud to be
a mentor for several local
people and one great senior
chief stationed in Lemoore
A phone call, email or let-
ter is good alternative meth-
ods of communicating if
your mentor is not stationed
with you. I know several
people who have said their
best mentor was their first
chief. It's not uncommon so
see that "first Chief" at a
person's retirement ceremo-
ny for a little public thank-
My advice to every Sailoi
is simple: If you are a
supervisor, you should be
mentoring someone. If you
are junior to someone (we
all are junior to someone by
the way) then you should
have a mentor. In almost
every instance, you should
have a mentor and be a
mentor. The two are not
I'll leave you this week
with a challenge. If you
don't have a mentor, go find
one. I can only tell you from
experience that having a
mentor is in your best inter-
est. Chiefs, talk to your peo-
ple and ask them whom
their mentor is. If they can't
answer the question, help
them find one.
intends to promulgate guidance to "drop
the R," said Cotton.
"Our great Sailors have always been in
the Navy they are the 'RE-serve' com-
ponent of the greatest Navy ever. We might
work just two or more days a month, but
you cannot turn off the honor, courage and
commitment that comes with
being in the Navy, 24/7/365,
r ready to serve."
The effective date for
the change will be no
earlier than 180 days
from the date the
changes are deliv-
ered to the Armed
The Department of
S Defense and the Navy
preparing to implement
these final steps. Official
notice will be published in
the Federal Register announcing the effec-
tive date of the change.
The tradition of the citizen Sailor began
June 12, 1775, and has continued to grow
throughout the years. Founded March 3,
1915, the Navy's Reserve celebrated its
90th birthday this year.
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I-p p pj ..
Sailors host PALS
aboard NAS Jax
West Riverside Elementary first-grader Justin
Pullins goes through his preflight check dur-
ing the PALS visit to VP-16.
By JO1 Mike England
A ; i. ,,,I E. I[ a. "
AS Jackson ville played host
to minure than a dozen children
froum Westt Riverside
Elementary School Thursday in sup-
port of the Positive Adult Leaders for
Students i PALSI program.
The day began at the Disease
Vector Ecology and Control (C-enter
where the children got the opportuni-
t.y to learn about the different types
of insect species that make their
homes in Jack.oniville The tour con-
tinued through the laboratory where
the kids were able to look at different
types of insects through microscopes
and get an up close and personal look
at. various W exotic insects from around
"We really enjoy hosting groups of
kids," said Disease Vector Ecology
and Control Center Assistant
Training Officer Dave Wolfert. "Who
know, the-re might be :; future ento-
rnologist in this group he added.
After leaving the center, the kids
were treated to a barbeque courtesy
of the Commander, Navy Region
Southeast. (CNRSEi Chief's Mess.
"We wanted to treat the kids to a
good meal, but we also wanted to say
thanks to all of the Sailors out there
who volunteer for this important pro-
gram, said CNR.SE Command
Master Chief CNCM(SW!AW)
After lunch, the children visited
VP-16, where they checked out a P-3
Orion and tried on flight gear. "The
plane was really cool," said Sabastian
Hoffman, excitedly. "They let me play
in the cockpit."
Disease Vector Ecology and Control
Center Assistant Training Officer Dave
Wolfert vividly describes one of the
many insect species that make their
home in Jacksonville.
NAS Jacksonville's Sailors have
been supporting the PALS program
from its inception.
Rev. Sally Lorie of Jacksonville's
Riverside Presbyterian Church start-
ed the PALS program 10 years ago.
See PALS, Page 11
West Riverside Elementary second-grader Bradley
Patterson is eager to learn more about Florida's insect life
during his visit to the Disease Vector Ecology and Control
Lt. Cmdr. Eric
gives the kids
look at the
lonya Hoener and her PAL, Josiah Smith, a kindergartner at West Riverside Elementary,
enjoy their field trip to the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center.
Iax Air NeW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005 11
VP-16 Pilot Lt. Michael Chinn (right) helps West Riverside Elementary fifth-
grader Tony Nguyen try on his flight gear during the PALS visit to VP-16.
J02(SW/AW) Rebecca Schall helps West Riverside
Elementary first-grader Sabastian Hoffman with his
microscope during the PALS field trip to the Disease:
Vector Ecology and Control Center.
J01 Mike England
(From left) West Riverside Elementary second-graders Alex Copeland and Bradley Patterson
look at a butterfly display at the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center.
for at-risk children
From Page 10
It was established for at-risk children in
elementary school grade levels.
NAS Jacksonville currently provides a
number of volunteers for this program to
spend time with West Riverside
Elementary school children.
"The PALS mentoring program serves as
a great avenue for adults to provide an
invaluable community service to elemen-
tary school children in need of leadership.
A PAL is someone who adopts a child and
becomes a listening ear, a motivator, a
homework helper and a positive role
model, but also a friend. This is my third
year as a PAL and I find it extremely
rewarding," said CNRSE PALS
Coordinator LN2 Aubrey Chandler.
PALS volunteers work with their chil-
dren on an average of an hour each week.
The volunteers' time helps to build the
children's self esteem and assists them
with day-to-day problems and gives posi-
According to West Riverside Elementary
PALS Coordinator Kelly Paterno, the chil-
dren learn to count on others and also
learn that they do not have to endure life
on their own. The volunteers and their
visits build the children's self esteem. The
children look forward to the visits and
have a positive attitude toward coming to
school now," she said.
The PALS volunteers help in tutoring
the students in spelling, math and other
subjects. They do this by giving spelling
tests and using flash cards for math.
Most of the time, the children are
rewarded by the PALS volunteer for a
doing a good job. If a child is doing poorly,
the volunteer will encourage the child to do
better and help the child for a longer peri-
od of time. This assures the child that they
are not alone and that the volunteer will
stick it out with them.
Each year more PALS volunteers join the
West Riverside Elementary Kindergartner
Cameron Spicer plays in the cockpit of a P-3
Orion during the PALS visit to VP-16.
program. The volunteers are both military
and civilian employees from NAS
Jacksonville and the Jacksonville commu-
For more information on how to become
a PAL, call. LN2 Aubrey Chandler at 542-
2133 or Kelly Paterno at 381-3900.
Rashad (far right)
and hamburgers for
the PALS during
4 4 4 Jacksonville.
ATCS(AW) Patrick Shekleton passes out ear protection to the PALS during their visit to VP-16.
12 JaxAr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005
NMCRS Fund Drive continues
From Commander, Navy Region Southeast
congratulations to those commands, chairpersons,
and key persons who have achieved 100 percent
contact and/or 100 percent of their monetary goal.
Keep up the good work.
At the end of week eight, the Jacksonville area has con-
tacted 80 percent of their personnel and the overall region
has contacted 78 percent of their personnel. Thirty-four
commands have yet to reach all their goals. We only have
a short time left and again, we need to remember that our
primary goal is to achieve 100 percent contact with our
personnel and provide them with the opportunity to sup-
port the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. The fund drive
has been extended to May 15 to help those commands that
need some more time to make that goal.
Thank you for your continued participation and support.
The following is the current progress report for NAS Jax
B Company I & I Staff
CBMU Det 202
Defense Courier Station
NAVAIR Depot Jax
Navy & Marine Corps
% of Goal
Naval Hospital Jax
Navy Drug Lab
Rescue Swimmer School
Sea Control Wing Lant
Goal Raised % of Goal
$28,008 $18,417 80
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005 13
By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
N AS Jax Sailors
enjoyed an afternoon
filled with adven-
ture and fun during the
annual Barracks Bash held
last Wednesday at the
Enlisted Bachelor's Quar-
ters Center Court. The
event, sponsored by the
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Depart-
ment, included musical per-
formances by local DJ
Brett, physical challenging
activities, a pifiata full of
goodies and a variety of
food. All participants
received Barracks Bash T-
PN3 Daniel Tatman of
Personnel Support Detach-
ment Jax tested the limits
of his physical coordination
when he rode a mechanical
bull at full-speed as a
crowd of onlookers shouted
encouragement. "Believe it
or not, I've been riding
bulls since I was a little
kid," he said, after tumbling
onto a mat. "I learned to
ride them in rodeos."
Esprit de corps was also
present at the climbing
wall. Some climbers were
naturals, such as PCSN
Tyrel Merkle from the
Naval Hospital, who was
cheered on by other partici-
pants. Once down from the
wall, he supplied advice for
success. "I love rock climb-
ing. The secret is that you
use the strength of your
legs, instead of your hands,"
he said, cheerfully.
Sailors participating in
the Sumo wrestling match-
es wore bulky costumes
while bouncing off one
another as if to defy gravi-
ty. However, NAS Jax
Executive Officer Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn was not so
lucky. Newton's Law of
Gravity kept sending him
into the water at the dunk-
ing booth as Sailors merci-
lessly pitched softballs at
and tumble event
Photos by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
PN3 Daniel Tatman of Personnel Support Detachment Jax,
maintains control atop the mechanical bull.
*'/ -, .. I
FC2(SW) Vinnie Vincent of Fleet Area Control and Surveil-
lance Facility (left) and AWAA Ryan Johnson of VP-30 engage
sumo suit combat operations at the annual Barracks Bash
t'he release target. The bash
was a great success accord-
ing to all participants and
sponsors. MWR Director
John Bushick said, "This is
a great event for our single
Sailors. We want them to
enjoy themselves in a safe
and fun environment and
organizing the annual
Barracks Bash is a great
way of accomplishing our
"Additionally, I want to
thank our XO, Capt.
Tamblyn and Capt. Ted
Algire of Sea Control Wing
and all of the other dun-
kees for their willingness to
be dunked. Also, a special
thanks goes to our spon-
sors, the NAS Jax
Commissary, Home Depot,
Geico and the Jacksonville
Suns. My gratitude goes to
the MWR staff for making
this event a great success,"
Safety measures imple-
mented by MWR, including
helmets and support har-
nesses for climbers and hel-
mets for the Sumo
wrestlers, kept the partici-
pants safe and theparty
For the participating
Sailors, the event was a fun
one. "I wish we could do
this more often," concluded
PCSN Tyrel Merkle of Naval Hospital Jacksonville skillfully ascends the climbing wall.
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Mission First, Sailors Always, I
Renovation project set to begin May 23.
Facility will be closed for approximately eight weeks.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinsetters and scoring
Outdoor 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 three to six
Call Aquatics for scheduling changes, 542-2930.
Call for more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket
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Weekend getaway June 24-25.
$121/person, based on double occupancy.
Sign up before May 25.
Mt Dora Lunch, Train & Yalaha Bakery
Includes train ride, lunch, and a visit to the bakery.
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Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Mall & Movie Trip
Sign-up by 1 p.m. on the day of the trip.
MWR shuttle will leave recreation center at 2 p.m.
Come learn about your local commissary services!
Meet at the Liberty Cove by 5 p.m.
Armed Forces Day
Regatta is Saturday
he annual Armed Forces Regatta will be held
Saturday at the Mulberry Cove Marina. The one-
design race is being sponsored by the
marina and organized and officiated by the
Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club.
Anyone holding a Skipper "B" certifica-
tion is welcome to participate. The race
will be held between the Buckman
Bridge and the Fuller Warren Bridge.
Registration begins the morning of
the race from 9:30-11 a.m. and the
race starts a noon.
An awards presentation will fol-
low the event.
The marina is offering free
use of Lasers, Flying Juniors
and Flying Scots. For more
information go to www.sail-
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Photo by Joseph O'Brien
A group of children play video games at the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center. The center will host an end of the year party
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For information on booking command or private func-
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main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
All Hands Reef & Beef
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Air Force Maj. Marvin Swink prepares to swing at the NAS Jax Golf Course May 12.
Swink was competing in the Southeast Military Invitational Golf Tournament, which
took place May 9-13 and included 125 players from all branches of the military.
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Specially priced tickets will be
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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
fletired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
rnonth 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
inonth 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-
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-
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The ,MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @ sar.med.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
Several Youth Fishing
Derbies are coming up. Events
are being held 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.
Genealogical Society meeting
will be held Saturday at 1:30
p.m. at the Willow Branch
Library, 2874 Park Avenue. For
further information, contact
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.
Sept. 15-18. Call Jules Nagy at
1-888-333-2831 or 1-888-333-
2838 or email him at nonipop-
Fur Ball Gala
Join the Jacksonville Humane Society Saturday 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
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for various construction
projects. For more information, call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext.
253. The HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating donat-
ed materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.
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By Leslie Royce
Westside Regional Park Naturalist
The Westside Regional Park located across the
NAS Jax Main Gate is looking for volunteers to
participate in Project Feeder Watch, which is a
research and education project of the Cornell Lab of
Ornithology, National Audubon Society, Bird Studies
Canada, and the Canadian Nature Federation.
Volunteers will watch birds and count how many
birds of each species seen and record the data. This
data will be used by scientists to track and study
changing bird populations. We are looking for volun-
teers to collect data on Fridays and Saturdays. You
don't have to make a commitment 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 pro-
The following events and workshops will be held at
the park in May:
Habitat Studies for Homeschoolers
May 20, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
The third in a series of habitat studies to learn
more about the plants, animals, 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 participants.
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 followed by a tour through the but-
terfly gardens. Bring your cameras because we will
Registration is required for all workshops. For more
information or to register, call 573-2498.
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SPORTS & STANDINGS
Racquetball tournament coming
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.
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 and scorekeepers
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (UtSA 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
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Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
10K Men 34:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k
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326 Springfield yrdprivfn rate your way. 72915ngtod 89 storage shedSutility ph. Jessica 771-9055 11374 SWEET CHERRY LN
327Downtown NEW COLLINSWOOD 2 & firng, new roof & OPEN HOUSEJAX CH Road, #132,"Admirals MobileHomeforSale S. tenant occued tl
story hm, 3/2.5. 2478sf, fresh pnt in/out. OPENeHOUSEJAXBCH O (904)652-0017 Nood,132foSae rkfant fed
115 Lostand 330Beaches 2cargar marblefplc Approx600f.Oen /15&5/22.Noonto4pm Cell(904)294-7653 Walk. Orers U(PCS) double wide beauti- Nov. brk frnt4/2.5fen
J Found 332Middlebug $1S k in extras. $265k House Sun 22nd. 1-3pm 3/2, fully remod. 993 3950 $K217f 355 Condominiums Kil.,full,,y decorated in bkig
334Keystone Weights/ Crawford 352-212-7613 or by appt. 3746 Cam- 1304 2nd Ave N. onromwniumsigret park w/ $2n2,500. Call 9983933776
SO k Park/ SUTTON LAKES 3/2/2 704-0753 or BC OMESt A St. Johns BEACH BUY New and Used. 2,3,and 4 close to bases $44,500 2/1 $28k. Won't Last.
LTerree formaall LR/DR many 2nePr2,779-0336/ A GREAT BEACH bedroom homes. Setup 757-396-1669u904-7
area. REWARD! 21-.5256 Clayounty grades Open House ELEGANT BEAUTY IN 800- 7498124 x5573 JARDIN D CHE S & ready to ve in! MOVING! MUST SEL 607-8745
338BakerCounty 21s.2nd. 12.3p.998-3835 ASHFORD Redv to move ., FSBOPalenciaCpen OR CALL 241-2270 CallRebecca@249-9546 3/2,1525sf+ over2acres FIREAMAEDHOME
120 Notices 340 StJohn'sCounty WINDSOR PARK e r, L. .. ,- .... e $ 6pmnVILLAthO Ca $65 Appr $85k. Sell for $34k.
342YStAugustine WateSfrontw/Golf Crse Or 4 2,H22(,/si,3$2249h0 g 22. Ce k /e Ctl ord 291-310
344 St. Augustine Beach views.2sltory 3/2.5on ,, *759 ,.93 301, 9355. 3r 2/,sn tr leCaON Dctic oMr.d9ey874186-727-460-0110-
quiet cul-dorce 36 ufactu Homee-sac CU O 1 37 iew 2 stor Lo P. Net 3/2,wood Real Estate
BankruptcyLawFirmof 345 NassauCounty $499k. f904-992-9609 NEWRDBL 352 Sk 218o0 ,0.r 34,v57 O 1876ef, southre R2AdO t n 1 2-aLs3a 9-2 ANOWN TIRON
Lansing J.0 Waterfrontate ot, 355k. 588-5330 Ask about32 Special landscaping, many at th FR, c air, shed $3500e REDUCED TO $85K HOUSES CASHRE NG
391-0030 bd lap inance Programs complex near new St. Cand 2499546 Need a starter homehan, 3/2,28x52 Anyon St. $75,900
S3 SB Condominiums 310 Mandarin J8o9h3n s Townsuee ne St. rtne nv A D Yen8 e tkebver e5a 9s5trter oe el dtty Sd9t $5190R
360AuctiutofArea/Town/ 307 SanMarco PonteVedra JCP:1926E. WindyWay readymid July ta SKvLINE quty Call905919941or591-9940
NEE A LAYE? State 12 BOall m C3br/2baCH&A, 4/2 2453SF, 2004 hm $199,900 Call 716-839 Jessica 771Mo 90S T"OkSMA !
Divorce? 365 Manufactured Homes screen porch fire- ustom FSBO $335K. 707-9811 19-5037 PCS O.P.ndN. W 3/4x2 wood Real Estate
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3803815Investment ropery 396-3384 pool home P. 4/2, 1800sf hdwd firsGATEWAYMOUNTAINNC $128,900.270 a- the beach"
NOTARY PUBLIC 38 Retirempnt Comm. SPRINGTREE- hcer.teie/berbcpt $229.9k 10hCall Rebecca il 2467684 HOUSES$
Available to performcivil Sale or Rent Call 90473-6169 owl e ColSc o.9 3.77aceAhomNtewhLEETWOOa .499 16x80 370 Lots for Sale YHO
marriages. I comet3741 Orlando Cir. 1400sf AFFORDABLE QUALITY Sawmill Lks 3420151. Clover Crtront T 4/3, 2 CLAYTON -'9114x652/2, Call Lisa @ 695-2255
you.9 390 Real EstateWanted 3fe rsn.ey. wk.i703-g066 NEWHOMES717 Mill Trail Ct. gar, sc r..m, dock. 2730 stv/fil w/, c air deck 2
% Budyers$ oeme. mrs new kitgar 4$ H.5 + bonus frd WALDEN CHASE-4/3275K 904-545-6867 v O. cond. 730-8606 REDMAN -70' 2/1 mini& read4
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Georgia Real roof, atriumculde-sac From the 150's. custom pool and 900827-5790 i
30 statelot $355k. 588-5330 Ask about Special landscaping many New3/2tile, granite No credit app, deck $7500. X cond. 7308606 ANGELO BUYS
AFinance Programs extrasscr. nation, gated wit FR c air, shed$3500eq, REDUCED TO 85K HOUSES CASHed
6210 US (St Johns Co.) 8007491245545 MANDARIN STATION North oaks 3/2/2, 1571,0 sf00 Fr Classifed Adve2388 nd 298.m 730-860 Callahan, 01,3/2,28x52 Any cond handyman
ders are required sub- 3BED, ONLY $60k 0 Mandarin 78124 xF9135 Open House tf located in Brunswick Maine Save Thousands! h omes for sale al I 440 Beach/Vacation/ged,
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mit3/2 Crooked River. $100 ash deposit For listing 315 Arlingtonor Sat and Sun, 1-4 pm Beach RIVER ACCESS -w/boat Call29-2735 access. 904-782-3201 distressed, vacant or
Be 800-749- Large 2&6005285-53195347 dock 2/1.5TwnHm5811 HOM 445oupiedrae/Mini-YWHERE,
yard. New roof, 10867 Percheron Dr.Dntio, bigto .$3500 SKYLINE -'92 28X60 3/2 ANY CONDITION
S200 Auctions a ptia FSBO3/2spacious 2026 HOMES BY TONEY 2BR+ DEN fpweightrm.$124,900 eq, 94mo. 30 8606 stove, c air vinyl id, Apts/comm'l/residential
auction leint. $121,000. Call neFSBO paint/carpet CRC-057161 BchIntracoastal pool Call 285-9318571-1111 shnglroof, deck. $7500 NO DEAL TOOBIGorn
904 808.9922 00-749-8124 xF201 more k. 743-5028 BCARD sCCRSE Dl -i Miitar 285oc31on5 Spclst ,1 s S Rent
21 nue Sales322- Deaths1171. Auto A -ients $219900. 19-9191O ePark /boatramplexYou Move! 730 8606 TOO SMALL Inte s
SERIOUSWE BUY & SELL HOUSES lay $29k. Call 904-471-0014 SSIE 0sf, brselling, or relocating, nos nd new,
SBrain Damage Birth Defects 443-7967 69900.Sweetwatgive me a call! Roomate3bdr/2bath
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DomesticCreek Estates 5260 200sf 2-story, 962-3221 Only $125K ForListings th Grve 904-771-9055ge Park FL $5000. 904553-0027 MOVING? DO YOU NEED
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flyMary'S. Ap 2233si. Irg ApptE.ve%. Wknds VALOAMEASI A4'2.HOME F2e Nofcredhth.Fp app l 703-506.or778-4330
kids club h FORECLOSURENewa crptsprinkler. $227K, SepW/D. $500 eq 473.30
..DANKRUPTCY/ ratIngs 74124 motivated..n 360 Towns*tate spanish oaks, garmo.
00FREC912.7608nl BELOWM Z2 2900. 350 Waterfront workshop u m m er 30-8606
3815 pringgrove St. 074981 MUST Ihs .e GATEWAYMOUNTAINNC $128,900.27-467
Jax, FL Aondale/ FRUIT COVEHOME Cal 473-6169I oier 1324C C s CANALLOTSPutnam Co., 3.77 acre homesite with FLEETWOOD 9x0 370 Lots for Sale
300 ,.33.0rdIVMsoo,1For b.rg Dr 9041290.02;5 River access.$60k full privacy and pretty No creditD'9. 3/2. app,,
May 2, 0 .Ortega ,-,'.,A904-626-G867 sunsetii $ Affordable, Fun Beach LivingK
10% Buyers Premium. -r eg. WS-2 22TwnHm k.I FLEMING ISL.Brand re 94-sunsetviews. $79K. DW, vnyl aid, shngl roof, ACRE -1lCleared & read
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cl(904)u353-5579 usN-Ret. course view. AmeniAies CBCH location Big lot 11x20
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302 Ri.771 90 S S o r 410Condominiums
302 Riverside MNo agents please. IFSBO13/2 1600sf remodeled brick home. 904-962-1086 SONr 410 mium s
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Sat.GEyPOOLgHOMEm904-891-9642 $154,900.386503-87125 MWW g approx 1.5ac. fend bk INVESTOR SPECIAL Near Mountain lots $499S
Sa May 21 @1AM A FORECLOSURE it immac 386-439-1978. d, above grd pool w/ Regency in bankruptcy a t
(Preview 10 $259,900262-1804 town. rgdeck, $250,000. 386- 2300sfeach. ready to build on 415Houses Furnished
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boats. Sold to highest 759-9314/955-3830 A 3BED FORECLOSURE! LAKE ASBURY bath 8x8 storage Middleburg. / Keystone. 430 Roommates
boatss. Sol thiaght Onle$45,000Fltis -. $42,000like new $980 Down. $595 Mo. OWNER RETIRING 16 43SRoomsto Rent
ders are required to sub- 3BED, ONLY$60k!c 800-749-8124xF589 brick, 1500sf Save Thousands! homes for sale all 440Beach/Vacation/
mit a $100 Cash deposit. For listings 315 Arlington -A-$176,900. 477-1189. 904-521-2674 Call 291-2735 rented, 904-545-7859 Resorts
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Across from Regency
mall. 1. 2, 3 BRs Apart-
AVONDALE -1/1, 1100sf
potential 2nd br, CHS&A
975/ m. Call 387-2214
AVONDALE HI RISE
Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd.
Balcony. Heat/AC Paid!
area. Carriage house
w/gar. $750m 994-7740
Offering Spaciousi -
1&2BR's & 2 Pools
STARTING AT $48.
Close to shoppinU
FCCJ & Downtow= B
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CF & NAS 28R Dup Scromd
Deck. Fen Yard. Pet OK!
Ref Req. $595 778-2897
JAX BCH, Irg 1/1 w/gar.
refurb condo. w/d,
$895 mo 904 241- 5564
LAKESHORE 1/1 Gar. Apt
off Casset Ave. 500dwn+
Large 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms.
$99 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!!
No application fee.
CALL (904) 751-1510
PELICAN POINT APTS.
$150 Moves You in plus
2 Months Free Electric.
1333 Dunn Ave
RIV'SIDE,2/1, new carpet
and refurb rent $500,
dep $400, 904-699-8501
Lrg 2 & 3br/lba, ch/a,
w/d, Hosp/Rvr 388 6335
hdwd firs, w/d hu,
SO'SIDE 3/2, condo in
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Large 2&38R Apt 1
Homes at Affordable\
GREGORY WEST APTS /
W'SIDE duplex upstairs
clean 1/1, 2 Irg closets,
carpet, good parking no
pets, $495mo NSmkr
707-6251 or 268-0126
W'SIDE off 103rd. nice
2br ch&a. S550, mo.
incl water 614 7294
W'SIDE SERENITY Casa
Grande offers aford able
spacious apis In a quiet
$199 Moves you In!
1 BDR $499 2 BDR $599
$99.00 DEPOSIT SPECIAL
Effic. & 1BR w/approval.
2BR Also Avail, 1 Stry, WD
Randall Court 731- 0213
& 3/2 Condo for Rent No
t Appliances, Carpet
New Air Conditioner,
Po ol, near schools, churches,
shopping ctrs. $ 830 Per
month Includes Electric 1st
and Last month rent
required and 2 references.
904 744-3870 home
904 346-5100 work
ask for Barbara C.
ATL/ UNIV- 2/2, river
access, w/d $900m0.
7mo lease 673-9660
ATLANTIC BLVD ON River
2/1.5 TH all apple & amen.
unique 1/1 + ofc/study,
cn, $700mo 904- 737- 9753
BAYMEADOWS 3/2 1400sf
9A at Gate Pkwy. $1200m.
Cov. pkg. 904-543-7847
BEACHES /ICW 3/2.5 on
the water, beautiful
views, garage, pool,
BEACHES 2/2, 1st fir, full
amenities. $1100 mo +
4, BRAND NEW
1812sf, 3/2.5, with
gar for lease/rent. Gated
comm. "A" Rated Schools,
golf pools, tennis, volly-
ball, 11mi from NAS Jax
S- '99 loaded leather,
very clean, 82k mi,
building house, must
sell, asking $8400
317-0801 or 301-2118
HARBOR TOWN New 3/3.
gar, facing Intercoastal.
$2500m long term lease.
JAX BEACH 3/2 Ocean-
front, pool, end unit, NS,
H, NEAR BEACH 1/1
* tennis, JTB $825. Call
ORTEGA -wtrfnrnt 2/2,
lux condo, fully furn,
ncl utils $1850 + 388-9072
Ponte Vedra 2/2 2064 Sea
Hawk, corner unit, w/d,
pool $950. 476-6153
Ponte Vedra Ocean
Grand Serenata Beach
Club 3/3 LR, DR,
gourmet kit, w/granite
counter tops, scrn
lanai w/ gas grill, pool,
ocean, clubhouse, gar
$1995 mo. 904-794-4308
PV /Sawgrass 3/2 gar fp
on wtr, comm. pool, Avi
7/1 $1600m 904,2840702
PVB -1/1 gated, scrn
uiet 3rd fir, pool, $900
PVB 2/2S TH, w/d, fpl.
Move in Special $1095m
No pets. Call 612-6489
PVB Belleza 1/1, newly
remod., $950, gar avail
SO'SIDE- new II Villa-
gio condo. 2/2.5, pool,
witness, $1150 742-9613
SOUTHSIDE II Villaglo
new 3/2 condo granite
tops, $1250mo. 1st
m o n t h f r e e
904-519-8510 to view
S'SIDE/Rlver Hills Gated
W/pool, 3/2, w/d, wtrfrnt
w/boat slip, pets ok 1460sf
410 Condominiums 420 U.nfurnised
C HOMES OFMAYPORT HOUSE
CITIHOMESOF FOR RENT- 2/2,
SAN MARCO IlOak Harbor, close
2 BEDROOM / BATH to base and boat
UNITS 900 SQ. FT. ramp. 270-8464
RECENTLY UPGRADED! PCS Move.
A NICE LANDSCAPED MURRAY HILL 2/1, ch/a,
COURTYARD WITH POOL! B6 deck. $600m+$500dp
WATER INCL IN LEASE! 1287 Randolph 838-2717
$650 & UP A MONTH
SECTION8APPROVED. Murray Hill charming
(904)730-8060 English cottage 3/2
FEDERATED hdwd firs. w/1/ guest
MANAGEMENT GROUP hse, $1500mo. 537-8825
d NEAR HAS JAX 3/2
S'SIDE 9A/Gate Pkwy, home with pool. Ig
3/2. elevators, gated, all ] |fencd yard, great
amenities w/d, $1150 neighborhood, all
mo. 904-704-8169 ,. new appi, avail now.
$1250/mo +dep. Pets ok
SSide- Modern 2/2. Call now. 904- 7599662;
Condo near UNF. 559-924-2263 PCS move
all ammen.. 970sf $825
No pets, Call Heidi New 48 2.SA-
904-620-8801 days & 1800/mo 2900sf, 10
eves/wkends 708-3765 $ 1minfrom2sf 10
St. Aug 3/2 gar, marsh PC move Aug. 1st
vlew, pool,1700sf $1300 Call Judith 803-4184
NORTHSIDE -3/1. quiet
WESTSDE 2/2 & 3/2 T on Rib. Riv. fncd nicely
ch&a kit eqpt WD conn, renov. $750 710-7431
convient to NAS & OP
nice! $715-$815 appi
req call for appt NORTHSIDE
384-9206 BRAND NEW HOME
WINDSOR PARK 3/2, open 2870 Centerwood Dr N
fir plan hwd firs & 3/21540SF$985
orch golf course view, $300 OFF
PD club house 1STMONTHSRENT!
amenities. $1250mo. FEDERATEDMGMT.
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HOUSE FOR RENT BRAND NEW HOME!!!
2 Bdrm/2full bath, 2 4092 Clearbrook Cove
, bcar garage Less than 2 3/218755F $1095
yrs old- Extras inc1: GROUP
Flat top stove New wash (904)730-8060
and dryer Built in Micro,
Lake view Available 15 June
Only $995 Mo 7.5 miles to ITOIA L AE
NAS Jax call Jeff @910-9851 NSIDE VICTORIA LAKES
Scar gar 2800sf 2 story,
42 Houses + amenities. $1495mo
40U Unfurnished Avail. 6/1. Call
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brand new, 3/2.5. many
amenities, trash & D
ground maint. $1100
(904) 807-4885 3 M
ALT BCH/MAYPORT 3/2,
duplex $900mo & 2/2
duplex $850mo nice 1721S $
n hood, gar, fen bk yd,
Argyle 3/2, Great Rm ARGYLE
Fpic, Scrnd Patio. Pet Ok. 7782 MaCdougail Dr.
nfl30 op2eS4-s546 7782 Macdougall Dr.
RefsReq $995 778 2897 3/2 1425SF $950
2 brand new homes. 4/3 7358 Sweet Pea Trl
$1495 or 4/2 $144S5.Tons 7358 Sweet Pea TrI
RofUpgrdsi90*22639 3/2 1200SF $835
ARL3.2 1400uSF.w,'d $200 OFF 1ST
h1up ne. tile,- carpet MONTHS RENT!
floocrs.carp.rt $950. mo
icl. elec. wir 525. 1195 7917 Collins Ba Ct
ARL Ft Caroline 4/2/2,
$1150 moAvail 5/23, 4/2 1716SF $995
904- 284- 7644/657- 6186
ATL BCH -Walk to bch 8429 Fire Fly Lane
3/2 FL rm, 2 car gar 1650 3/2 1652SF $900
SF, $1500mo. 242-7991
SBAYMEADOWS & 9A 08174 Loch Lomond Ln
3/2.5TH, Gated, Pool, 4/2 2082SF $1150
$1200m. Michael 631-2351 m VAILABLE MID-JUNE
Glen, story, 4/2.5,
2400SF, $2350mo. 9254SweetRoseLn.
645-6929 or 220-5383 3/2 1358SF $875
CF& HAS Batcheldor Cottage AVAILABLE MID-JUNE
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OKI
Refs Req 778- 287 9254 Falsmill
DAYBREAK WOODS 3/2 3/2 1605SF $1050
New Home $1200/moin MI LNE
+dep 904-465-7833 AVAILABLE MID-JUNE
E. ARL 3/2, 2000sf, R, LR,
Kit FR, FL Rm, 2cgar 9367 Prosperity Lake
.acfncd yd, petsok, | 3/2 1721SF $1150
Iwn svc incl 1/2mo ep. VAILABLE MID-JUNE
$1700m. 864-288-7723 VAILABLE MID-JUNE
EAGLE HARBOR 3/2 ARLINGTON
1700sf, no pets, all
amen., $1300mo 284-461 11631 Tananger Drive
EAGLE HARBOR NEW 3/2.5 1440SF$850
RENTAL!!! 3/2. 1845sf
culdesac $1450. 334-3845 L1832 Valley Garden D
FLEM ISL. 3/2 No Maint. 3/2.5 1634SF $1025
5mi from 295. $1300mo+ FENCED,
$1000dp. 904,477-1389 SCREENED PATIO!
FLEM ISL3/2, pool &
tennis, lawn maint. sm Rn N O INGS
pets OK 2 car gar GREEN COVE SPRINGS
$1400mgo. Call 3332 Citations Dr.
904 386- 6455 or 278 1773 3/2 1676SF $1075
FLEM ISL PLANT New
3/3TH spacious, all
amen. $1200m 269-3614 CW
.13198 Ebbtide Court
FT. CAROLINE Forest 3/ 14 Bi 1 C2ul
Hills sub. 3/2, 2 car gar, 3/2 19405F $1125
fncd yd, freshly
painted, avail immed. 12615 StOCkwood Ln
$1200mo. 821-0178 3/2 $875
1 House for rent. PATIO HOME!
$880/mo. NO pets.
Contact Rich San- 935 Collinswood
tomaure@619-454-3872 3/2 1691SF $1295
ICW/ 3/2. 1325SF A-VAILABLE MID-JUNE
13226 Companion Cir S
DON BROWN REALTY 2125 Fairway Villas
270-1121 or S71-7177 3/2 912SF $775
ICW / KERNAN 3/2/2 WD,
1900sf, fp, scrn prch,
$1350 + dep 543-8889 MIDDLEBURG
SICW Kernan 3/2. 3840 Hideaway Ln.
s ec. sys. irr-ss, 3/2 1356SF $895
I l1 fncd yd, $1250+
dep. Sunchase Dr. 30 idaa
233-6978. PCS Move. 3904 Hideaway Ln.
Intracoastal New Town 3/2 1268SF $925
hm gate 2br/ 2ba. gar. NVAILABLE MID-JUNE
scr. prch. 321-278.8898
JAMES ISLAND 4/2 Pool 2685 Secret Harbor
home in gated comm. 3/2 1000SF $925
Pets & short term con-
sidered. Avail inmmed VAILABLE MID-JUNE
$1975.mo. 904-545 6720
JAX BCH Cute 2/2, w/d, 1290 Highfleld
fpl, 2cgar, grt yd & dog 3/2 1725SF $1250
dr. $1300m. 372-0777 FENCED YARD!
16th Ave S. to Roberts.
JULUNGTON CREEK/' 1827 Shannon Lake
FRUIT COVE newer home.
great schools. 3/2 3/2 1350SF $885
JULINGTON CREEK 3405 Fieldstone Ct.
PLANTATION 4/3,2400sf 3/2 1582SF $975
2car gar, owner will
maint. yd, w/d incl. $300 OFF 1ST
$18oomo. 904-859-0677 FULL MONTHS RENT!
4 KINGSBAY $880m,
Sno pets, avail. 5/30 NORTHSIDE
I SContact 4092 Clearbrook Cove
Rich Santomauro. R
619-454-3872 or Road
firstname.lastname@example.org 3/2 1875SF $1095
S KINGSBAY 3br/ NEW CONSTRUCTION
S2ba, appliances, HOME!
I1 carport, 2 car gar,
S Ig fenced yard,
in-ground pool, CH&A, 8048 Lexington
minutes from base, 3/1 1284SF $675
schools, 1-95. $llOO1100mo
912-576-4028 2918 Centerwood Dr.
4, MANDARIN 3/2, 3/2 16405F $895
Lakefront, 2000sf, $300 OFF 1ST
w/d incl. Lots new,
10rmin. to NAS. FULL MONTHS RENT!
MANDARIN 4/2. 3440 Brahma Bull
$1295MO. lyr lease. Circle North
coach Ct.e 223- e 4/2 1745SF $1075
MANDARIN off Manda-
rin Rd. 3/2, LR, DR, new
cpt, 2 car gar, fncd yd,
frig. sty. mcwv, w/d, YULEE
snrm, immac. $1250 mi
incldg lawn svc. Call 861824 Worthington
anytime 904-716-3809 3/2 1383SF $1025
M'BURG 3/2 on fncd acre.
$85odw+$850m. Avail www.federatedman
BRAND NEW HOMESII
1449 -1765SF Models
To Choose From
$975 and Up!
O.P. 3br/2 full baths Irg
great room, $1200mo.
Call 278 1210
OAKLEAF/OP -New 4/2
OAKLEAF -Brand new,
4/2, 1750sf, nr new amen
cntr. $1250 215-3999 see
o u r w e b s i t e
OAKLEAF NEW, Lease/
lease to Buy, 3/2 $1250m
OP/M'BURG 3/2 ly/o
home. 2car gar $975+dp
12mo lease. 904- 291.-2835
OP/OAKLEAF brand new;
3/2; over 2000 SF; near
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Roscoe Blvd. ready
now, new crpt, new
paint, 5/3, gar, 2ksf,
priv. on 1 ac, Horses
OK, $1995mo. 285-1403
PVB/Fiddlers Marsh 3/2,
2cgar, comm pool/ten.
PVB 3br+Study/2.5, gar,
lake, lanai, Iwn svc, Avi
6/1. $2050m 904-280-0620
SAN JOSE 3/2. LR, fam
rm, 2 car gar, remod-
eled, $1150mo 434-1686
SOUTHSIDE -2/1, tile fir,
ceil fans, fncd yd,
S'SIDE 3/1, Den. gar,
bright, clean, gd area.
NO PETS, $895 737-5791
4443 Windergate Dr.
2/2.5 12805F $725
12102 Dividing Oaks
4/2 2800SF $1795
1422 W Chinaberry Ct.
4/2/3 2200SF $1495
(JULINGTON CREEK PL)
. ORANGE PARK
1965 Oak Twist
! 3/2.5 1516SF $865
5046 Knights Bridge
2/2 912SF $675
2658 Malibu Circle
3/2 1084SF $775
2/2 900SF $650
7801 Pt Meadows
e Drive #3307
2/2/1 1200SF $1150
r 5811 Atlantic Blvd.
2/2.5 1042SF $750
$250 OFF 1ST
354 Van Gough
3/2.5 1937SF $1150
ST. JOHNS COUNTY
262 Cezanne Circle
3/2 1937SF $1150
354 Van Gough
3/2.5 1937SF $1100
! 8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925
4471 Loveland Pass
3/2 1374SF $1050
3/2 1569SF $1050
$250 OFF 1ST
3/2 1510SF $995
! $500 OFF 1ST
9255 Whisper Glen
4/2 1745SF $1025
7726 Arancio Drive
3/2 1200SF $860
642 Purcell Drive
3/2 1359SF $900
6790 Plum Lake Dr.
3/2 1465SF $950
6051 Maggie Circle
3/2 1157SF $895
9602 Grove Hills Ln.
3/2 1746SF $975
2/1 900SF $650
! 1301 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1215
1330 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1125
1 MONTH FREE!
S'SIDE Townhouse, new
3/2.5 1 car gar. gated
comm, near St. Lukes
HoSp & JTB. $1195mo.
Part fumn avail $1395mo.
St. Johns Colerttag
$880mo no pets,
avail 30 May 05. Con-
tact: Rich 619-454-3872
VENETIA Fam. n'hood.
nr NAS & Elem. Sch.
2/1.5, Ig FR. eat in kit,
LR, DR. $1050 + dep.
5509 Salerno Rd.
WATERFRONT pry dock,
New 3/2.5, 2 car gar, nr
Westside 3/1. ch&a, HUD
OK, 1110 Tyler $750m,
$500dep. Call 751-9873
Lauren Oaks Subdivision
3 and 4 Bedroom
Models to Choose From
$925 and Up
LIVING for mature
person, no pets, newly
renovated 2/1.5, fpic,
A/C. Fla Rm, includes
lawn maint, 950mo +
WESTSIDE NAS JAX AREA
4/2 Remodeled, quiet,
large yard. $1000lmo.
Quaint Home In
3/2 1296SF, $875
WS 3/15+Bonus rm, new
ch/a, scr patio, fen yd
w/shed. No smk/pets
or HUD. 777.5955. $875.
W'SIDE 2/1, duplex,
fncd yd, $525mo. HUD
1875 Newbolt, 32210
W'SIDE Ig brick, clean
3/1.5, FR, DR, LR eat in
kit, ch&a, fen yd, lawn
serve, no petsgquiet
area, NS, $795mo
707-6251 or 268-0126
Home on Mkt. Investor
will purchase. Bad Credit
OK. 888-389-0540 x9010
2BR Trir, on priv lot,
water/ lights furn, 3522
MAND. /295 & Greenland
2/1 SW, $550+wtr.
MDLBRG- 3/2, all elect,
on prlv land., Abso-
lutely no pets or crit-
AtL Blvd/Kernan-Sh are
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
incl. Wery gd area. N/S
only $140wk 904-449-8661
ICW & ATL HOUSE $375+
1/3 utils. $120wk inc.
utils. No pets. 891-9140
MANDARIN need 2
roommates to share
3br hm. $400 292-4622
M'BURG Prof to share
4br house, 15min to
Orange Pk Mall, smok-
ing OK $350+. 282-6664
OP Room In 4/2.5 Pool
Home. No pets, $425m.
Prof. fern prefd 276-0055
WANTED 3/2 IG
pool, carport, close
areas, close distance to
NAS Mayport and lax
University Call $400
included. A/C, Cable,
$400m. near Kingsley in
O.P. Call 386-0207
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
Cbl, ph, w/d, all util incl.
$100wk+sec dp 962-3338
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343
Room in private
I VTown House $400.
all util incl. Call
386-0207 7 miles from
ORANGE PARK share
large house $450mo
tLt 1/2 until. 904-610-9240
WESTSIDE off Roosevelt
Blvd. Newly remod.
quiet and nice, unfurn'd
no pets $110wk +
N.C. MTNS -Beautiful
3/2home, fully eqpt.
Close to Helen, GA.
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
515 Retail/Office Space
ARL- WAREHOUSE 1750
OR 2100sf w/carpet &
a/c ofc $650 or $735
REGENCY AREA -
New Ofc/Wrhse. 1500SF-
515 Office Space
Suites Avail Nowl Class
A, Waterview, Furnished.
$500-$1250. 904.730- 8111
NEWI1 Brand new
office space. Near San
Incl. Internet, parking,
phones. Sarah 355-6000
S'Side 2011 Gibson Rd.
Remodeld. 1300sf. J. @
646-1993 Sev. Prop
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
EST. Floor Covering Buss.
Mgr/Owner. Fin. avail.
Great Oppty. 568.-7706
FLOWER SHOP FOR SALE
Liquor License, 4COP; Duval
Call (=04 631.6917
MOBILE HOT FOOD
NEW CONV STORE
FOR SALE -Save $$$.
Small Snack/Soda Vend.
Bus. 4 established
accts +several extra
machines. Reduced to
$9K Hal Hilton 534.0948
TIKI CART FUN!
Custom made smoothie
bar for sale.
Perfect for a new biz or
add-on to your existing
business. For more
or call 386 503-3303
HOUSE& CAFE Mon Fri
only. in eitremel bus5
nign volume c.alfice
building. Call 940-9856
600 Private Instruction
610 Specialty Training/
Class July 15-17
(904) 269- 2555
1 Week Day Class June 6
8 Week Eve Class May 18
Good Refs. 642-9003
OFFICE ADMIN/CUST SVC
PT to FT. Positive,
Cal Va 904-241-8150
ACCOUNTANT- For Org.
Pk CPA firm, PT Sr.
Acct./ CPA fax 264-3588
"Fuel Tanker Drivers
needed Class A
Local Work, $750+ per
AUTO Transport Driver
for 9 car rig. Exp only.
In state. Great money
Call 591.6297, 645.3969
CLASS B CDL. Exc Pay &
Benefits. Great Work-
ing Environment, Come
Join The Seaboard
Team!! Throwers, also
needed. Apply at 445
Express, Inc. has
Immediate openings for
P/T local delivery driv-
ers. Must posses Class
A CDL with Hazmat and
Must pass DOT physi-
cal and drugscreen,
2yrs TT exp. with safe
driving record req.
Apply in person Sun. -
Fr I. at Roadway
Express, 5650 Witten
Rd., Jax. Affirmative
Action EOE minorities
and / or females
encouraged to apply.
$1000 Sign on Bonus*
$2000 Sign on bonus*
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Co. starting pay
SO0/OP pay $.85/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
*$25 Weekly Service
*Paid First 2 Weeks
Call G r e g @
800-723-3424 for info
TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg/
OTR. dedicated $1000up
2 yrs OTR. 813-267-0023
Class A CDL with
required. If you are an
experienced driver or
school graduate we
can get you home
almost every day. Call
to find out about the
sign on bonus for
drivers with one year
ing bonus, new pay
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Tire Soles Of
Requires class A CDL
with good driving
record. In-state deliv-
eries, nighttime route.
Apply in person at 2759
West 5th St. For direc-
tions call 378-0090
Clean MVR. Great
vacation pd holidays,
401K. health and
10439 Alta Drive
Here today. Home tomorrow.
Earning Potential of $30K+
Clean driving record w/1 yr driving exp, ability to
read a map, strong communication skills & great
work ethic. Must be 21 yrs old. Eve & wkndnec.
Apply in person to:
Sofa Express-Orange Park
8151 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville
(904) 899- 1612 (fax)
WHERE ARE THE CAREER
Medical Assistant FTC offers training for ma
opportunities will Medical Assistant
have the biggest > Business & Management 1
growth, according m Electronics/Computer Tec
to the u s Network Administration/ H
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of Labor Computer Drafting & Desig
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Financial aid a.-ailable
for those iruwhoquall ll
Approved ror VA
Fuel $1.25 per Gallon!!!
Rinker Materials Trans-
Eort Division and New
ine Transport (a major
Flat Bed carrier in
Florida) are seeking
run in Florida, Georgia,
Alabama and South
Carolina (Home every
weekend). (Home every
evening). Loads? Yes!
Reloads? Yes! Loads
every Day? Yes! You
would be dedicated to
Hanson Pipe and
products in Green Cove
springs hauling Con-
crete Pipe and Con-
crete Products. No
more than 2 moving
violations in 3 years. No
accidents in the past 3
years. We offer Weekly
Pay Settlements, Plenty
of Freight, Our Trailers
and Equipment Home
daily and a Nice Sign
On Bonus. Our owner
operators also enjoy
fuel prices that are held
at $1.25. If you are an
in the Jacksonville area
what are you waiting
for call today?
New Line Transport
LUMBER TRUCK DRIVER
For 10 wheel dump. Must
have T/T exp. No over-
night. Clean record.
2610 Fairfax St.
OWNER OPERATORS for
tank container opera-
tions Jacksonville. All
dedicated freight. 2 yrs
exp. Tank & Hazmat
endorsement reqd. Call
Walter @sDana trans-
SERVICE ROUTE DRIVER,
Class B airbrakes apply
2815 Powers Ave
Night shift, 751-1587
Class B. Exp'd & career
minded to operate front
end loaders & rolloffs.
for SP Recycling Corp.
Jacksonville, FL. $13.48/
hr, 40 hr wk. Exc 1st day
accepted in person at
710 t Industrial/
4/C WEB FIRST PRESS-
MAN- 4/C Web second
Binding Operator, Night
Shift Production Mgr
Over press & bindery.
Call Call Jim Seation
@ Rose Printing
Must have valid drivers
license. Great oppor-
tunity and benefits.
AC & REFRIGERATION
TECHS Good pay and
benefits. Call 387-2106
For residential home
builder to install win-
dows. Call ClMaude
@904-646-5793 ext 111
APT PUNCH OR WAR-
RANTY WORK PERSON
WITH EXP- Apply at
9745 Tochton Rd@
Exp'd. Mechanical exp a
plus. $10/hr to start.40
hr wk. EOE/DFWP Apply
8am-2pm: SP Recycling
Corp. 955 Tallyrand Ave.
CABINET BUILDERS &
only. Benefits, 962-9377
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
Framing, expd or will-
ing to learn 334-3267
CARPENTERS & LEAD-
FRAMERS. Incentives -
Lots of work. M-F,
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Toppay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693-7838
CARPENTERS OP/St. John
area. w/tools & transp.
Call Karen 904 777- 5775
framing nec. OP. Argyle
&Wsid e areas Tools &
transD rea Ph 545 0207
Concrete Form Carpenters
F/T Tools & Iran3p req
Co. vehiclee MUST HAVE
GOOD DL Grt Pay Bnfts
Call3 4pm 6om 993 7657
Budlders in St. Johns
Duval. Clay. and
Nassau Count l
Candidates will work
with nomebuyers as
well as suocontrac.
tors Strong organi-
zational and cornm
needed Must be
vated. and a team
s313ry and excellent
benefits. Fax resume
and salary requ-re-
ments to (904)
Balfour Bea3tt Con-
struction Inc IS now
(nr the Jacksonlie
area Florida Dept o!
Email resumes or letters
of interest to
or ras tO 1904)781 5383
BBCI is an Eouai
Opportunity Emplo er
CDL CIsLs Bred
904 26 3401
DUE TO INCREASING
is seeking a job site pre
w/at least 3-5 years
exp. Must be reliable
people skills. Please fax
resume 744-9645 or call
DRILLER OPERATORS &
Exp nec, need CDL &
Clean MVR, Apply In
person at 15153 North
Main St. 714-4001. DFWP
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Exp. nec Apply at 2107
New Berlin Rd, Clean
CDL req'd 757-7000
ELECTRICAL JOB FOREMAN
& HELPERS (all levels) EXC
PAY! Multi-family/ condos
Ins., paid vac & hol! Call
today 904 745- 2900
MEN & HELPERS
exp. prefd Gd
pay & benefits. DFWP
HELPERS -Comm/ resid
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
American Electric 8751
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS- with exp. Com-
mercial & resid.Comp
pay & benefits. DFWP
Globe Electrical Con-
tractors Jax 260-9900
St Aug 810-0900
ELECTRICIANS HELPER &
Dozer, trackhoe for
pipe crew. Great
dental, pd holidays,
Vac, 401K EOE DFWP
10439 Alta Drive
FLOORING FIELD SUPERVISOR
Experience = Top Pay for
Carpet, tile, wood for
large contractor. Ben-
efits + bonus & oppor-
tunity for growth.
Call 904-880 5306 or
Wood only, sand & finish.
Exp'd. Top pay, benefits.
EOE DFWP Call 448-6820
Comm'l & Residential
Top pay for quality
installer for sectional &
rolling steel doors.
Overhead Door Co. 6884
N. Phillips Parkway Dr.
DUE TO INCREASING
is seeking a job site
ant w/at least 3-5
years exp. Must be
tion and people skills.
Please fax resume
744-9645 or call
of Cabinets or Granite in
Small company desired
with workmans comp &
liability insurance for
Call Kyle 913-338-4488
to set up interviews for
end of May.
Residential blown and
batt. Exppref. Dri Lic a
must! Wilkinson Insu-
M-F 8-2. 781-8903
to prepare materials for
proposals and pre-
FT Exp pref, Competi-
tive Pay & benefits
PIPE CREW- for site
utility. Laborers ,
Operators. Exp a plus
Call 386 1121 EOE DFWP
dent 31. pd 6hoia s.
Vc. 40K EOE DFWP
10439 Alia3 Drve
714 0041 1t06
UNDERGROUND UTILITY CO
* Pipe Layers
pth wperirence Drug
Free EOE great ben
eflit Appil at
395 Corporate Way.
Orange Park 278-1736
I PLUMBERS. HELPERS I
& REPIPERS lor Dus, I
repair shop 2A890u03 I
Must be Ic'd ReSD ior
31ies & man power
Higny motivated to get
new business & marnt
Medd/Vac Profit Sharing
C all 90-1 781-8368
POOL SERVICE TECH
for chemical Only Ser.
vice Co Fr n, osk.-nds
NO en p needed. ill
train CDL lii 3 plus but
not req'd Drug screen
Call Carey 636.0903
EtP only new AB Dick
9910 sslh T51. 2 yrs e p
needed Great pa5 &
Benefits Amehis Island
Exp in ail applicatiOns a
Crius Truc 1.,-OOIS A Must
$18 00 an hour Plus
Benefits 904 219 0745
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 19, 2005
opening a new branch on
June 6th at 4930 Spring
Park Rd. in Jacksonville!
Need to staff up now! We
offer excellent pay &
bnfits: paid medical &
holidays, vacation, 401K
& more. EDE/ DFWP
Wed 5/18 or Th 5/19
10am. 1pm & 3-6pm,
or send resume to
DRIVERS CDL A or B, $1K
Cash Bonus! Deliver
Roofing materials to
rooftop. Clean MVR.
Repeat heavy lifting.
HELPERS for unloading
Repeat heavy lifting.
Clean MVR. will pay for
WAREHOUSE HELP Fork-
lift exp & heavy lifting.
INSIDE SALES Strong cust
service & PC skills.
Product knowledge a +.
All benefits. Call
interview 591- 4902
(ROLLAWAY) will train
to install. Need truck &
tools. Earn Top $$.
FT. year round work.
electrical exp prefd.
Must have clean DL
Day:766- 6222/Ev:318- 7728
Needed able body
w/constr. exp. to assist
already running crew.
DFWP. Call 904-813-5350
F VINYL SIDING
Experience, transp &
phone req'd. 291-1972
TUG BOAT CREW
Deck Hands & Enineers
with MMD & FTCW
for Mobro Marine Inc.
in Green Cove Springs.
Top Pay! Company bnfts
Call Russell 904.2849670
Needed experience only.
Must have DI & own
heavy equip, hydraulic
truck and uniforms
provided. Clean driv-
ing record. Benefits
1701 Blanding Blvd.
Middleburg FL. E.O.E
Are you tired of flat
rate? Looking for a
wage based on expe-
rience. Full benefits
Call Johnny at
FUEL SERVICE TECH
Exp. in heavy equip-
CDL HazMat clean
driving record. Benefits
Construction Co. 1701
Middleburg FL. E.O.E
MECHANIC Heavy duty
truck repair. $800-$1000/wk
Exc bnfts. 813- 267-0023
Boasso America Corp.
Louisiana) is seeking a
Tank Mechanic for its
have a high school
diploma and welding,
sheet metal and tank
Chassis experience a
plus. Applyin person,
1827 E. 30th Street
South, Jacksonville, FL.
715 *i Professional
All positions Perm/temp
Apt. Personnel &.
Luxurious community seek-
ing PT Leasing Specialist.
Please call 771-7576
715 management/ 720 Medical
715 Professional 720
MILITARY EXP I RBHS has the follow-
Leaders needed! Hih | ingpeningsavail-
income pot and rapid able Imnediately to
adv. Training available, people who want to
733-9421 I make difference in
the lives of others:
New Oakleaf Charge RNs-
Plantation Office Great Differen
FT Evenings, Nights, No
Under Construction Weekends required
Watson Realty Corp. Charge RNs-
Join the #:1 Real Estate C r RNS I
Co. in Jax We will teach Weekend Baylor
you the secrets of FT Days, FT Nights
success! License class U
begins soon. 4217610 Community RN
SFT, Dually diagnosed
N JOKE I population
NO JOKE Mental Health Techs
Busy Director needs FT, PT, PRN, direct care
asst.inoffice. Seeking FTP direct care
indiv. w/excellent pp office Assistant
skills & professional
image. High income FT, Assists In various
pot. and training avail, locations
739-0072 For more info,
please call 743-1883. s
RBHS has the following FI pOSitiOnS offerbeinefits.
openings: I PRNRsandWLPNs. MHTs
vocationgsl always welcome.
Specialist Adults (9aN.4pm.,MFonly)
BA/BS in Human maK resume to -
Services field or AA/AS RHS, Humnan Resources,
pls experience 900 University Blvd North,
,Clinician.- t n 221h n
Juvenile Justice Fax ume to 743-5109.
Masters in MH or SW EOE/A DRUG FREE
r Exp. w/population WORKPLACE
Adults RNs MED/SURG
BA/BS in Human Thee ChesapeakeCenter,
Services. Entry Level. Inc. is actively recruiting
CaseManager MED/SRRMfs /6
hm for Naval Hospital
BA/BS in Human JadsonvMle, $$ onus $$
Services or exp. For more information,
For more info, contact Nate paruuam,
please call 743-1883. Toll free (866) 912-5500.
Apply in person x-S Fax (7M7)43&.6843
(am. 4 pm 7,;M- F Only) FULL TIME ONLY
or malresume to npa efiC
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. Nort THE DOCTORS CENTER
700 Floor), positions available:
Jacksonvlle, Ft 3221 PHYSCIAN/ARNP
Faxesume 743-510 Fax resume 90 260- 5724
EE/ A DRUG FREE ax resume 90460-
720 Medical ASST. Exp'd PrOf., Team
member. Mand. area
Fax resume to 733-6230
CNA & HHA'S DENTAL ASSISTANT Min
licensed onlyfor Granny 3 years chairslde exp
Nannies 731-2100 req. FT fax resume to:
721-6151 / call 724-6321
FT employment with 72 Clerical
Benefits. Must have 4yr
degree. Call 262-9444 ]i[irl;
Fast paced- enviro.
Constr. exp. a plus.
Lake Butler Hospital Duties inc:A/R. P/R,
PHYSICAL THERAPIST PRN great phone skills.
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST F/T Fax resume to Nation's
OR TECHNOLOGIST PRNw/call Fence Inc. 904-482-0241
RADIOLOGY TECHIIOOGST B N w/cai
ERADMISSIONS CLERK F/T CSR- with 3 yrs exp in
MEDICALREC1TIONBSTF/Tw/ravel web printing Call Jim
For further Information, Seation 1 Rose Print-
please visit our website: ing 850-325-6846
'386) 496 2323.
FAX 1386)496 1611 WARRANTY
LPN'S & AIDES Needed for Toyota
3 1I 11 7;F,TorPT dealership. Top
HarborChase' pay and benefits.
3iL45-5an PaDlo Rd We are a Drugfree
FaiF, 904 .2 s6002 Workplace. Call
NURSE PRACTITIONER/ _
PHYSICIAN ASSFT Professional/
Position avail for FT
ARNP or PA for busy 730 Personal
medical office. Indv Services
must be Fl licensed, ______
competitive salary &
benefits commensu- Recepr/Stylist/Esthet
rate with exp. For w/clientspref'd FT/PT
immed consideration O.P. Hair/Tan 282-9368
Fax resume to: _____I__
PNLEBOTOMIST 735 Hotels
needed PT for growing
POL Laboratory. MuSt
have MINIMUM Ilyear
exp. with phlebotomy
and computer dataV
entry. Must be willing
to travel to other
loations. Fax resume
at ORANGE PARK
PHYSICAL THERAPIST Is looking for
FT Outpatient Clinic. RVER
Benefits, Position In Jax SE
Fax resume 777-4123 Day 1 Benefits available.
Excellent FT opportunity
at NAVHOSP Jacksonville.
FL. Must have PhD and 2
yrs min exp. M-F, no
nhdays. Excellent pay &
Fax resume to
(210)492-0642 or email
TOR- for busy special-
ist office. Orange Park
FT, Fax resume
RN FT & PT Orahge Park
Pre, post op, OR & pain
exp. helpful. No wknds,
no shifts! Fax resume
904 -276 -4462, Attn:
Clinical Director CSC
is now accepting
ASST MANAGER &
Min 1-2 yrs mgmt exp.
Exc. wage & benefit
pkg. Please fax resume
is now accepting
Apply M- F. 1pr-Spm.
The City of Jacksonville
One Organization.So Many
Financial and Administrative Manager
Professional accounting work in overseeing
Financial Systems, Financial Reporting and
coordinating annual financial audit.
Human Services Planner, Sr. (SPE)
Professional planning work at the advanced level in
designing, implementing, administering, and minot-
oring the delivery of a broad array of human services
programs and systems.
Professional engineering work involving the design,
construction and supervision of various Public Works
Parking Enforcement Specialist
Service maintenance work in issuing citations for
a.ll non-moving traffic violations and attaching
immobilizing devices to vehicles fdr
Skilled craft work in the installation, maintenance,
and repair of plumbing and heating equipment.
Qualified candidates must possess a Certificate of
Competency as a Journeyman or Master Plumber
issued by the City of Jacksonville and must maintain
same during employment in this class. A valid Florida
Class D Driver's License is required prior to
appointment and must also be maintained
during employment in this class.
Heavy Off- Road Equipment Technician
Skilled mechanical work in inspecting, diagnosing,
and repairing heavy off-road equipment.
Machinist/Fluid Power Technician
Fleet maintenance support work maintaining and
repairing hydraulic and mechanical equipment.
Public Works Worker
Perform semi-skilled manual labor tasks and
minor equipment operation in the construction,
maintenance, and repair of streets and drainage projects.
Please visit our website at www.coj.net for detailed job
information and application instructions. NOTE: Most
jobs close within one week of advertisement. Internet
access can be obtained at any Jacksonville Public
Library, or at City Hall/Human Resources, 117 W. Duval
St., Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32202.
EO/EA Preference in appointment will be given to eligible vet-
erans and eligible spouses.
Counter Clerks &
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will tran-AM /PM,
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Bartenders and Waltstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645 5500
Now hiring all positions
for high volume res-
taurant. Apply Mon-Fri
10-7, 1341 Airport Rd.
(next to Wendys)
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Exp'd only. S day work
week. Great pay. Large
PREMIER COOKIE CO-
seeking qaulified sales
Rep Must have own
Truck & trailer for
Duval county & sur
rounding areas rax
resume 356-454 5617
Call Keith 783-8385
dental, pi holidays,
Vac, 401K Pay com-
mensurate with exp.
10439 Alta Drive
Security Officers FT&PT,
OFFICER Exp required.
* Up to $10hr. Paid weekly.
Bnfts. DWFP Lic. AB2000006
Call 904 737-4949
$795/wk. Paid travel.
lodging and per diem
Military or police exp.
CALL: 1888-398 8903
APT MAINTENANCE TECH
with exp & own tools.
Sm. W'slde Comm. Fax
hotel in the Jackson-
ville Airport area.
Job going nowhere?
Frustrated? Unable to
advance? Need ppl to
help w/local expansion.
Rapid advances. High
income pot. 739-0072
TECH NEEDED No exp.
Clean drive record.
$50k+ yr. 588-6805
FABRIC SPREADER &
CUTTER Full-time, w/
benefits. Mfg of Choir
gowns and swimwear
able to lift min 50 lbs.
Southside area -
Call 724-3500 for appt
Fortune 500Soo Companies
looking for reps in this
area. Call 904-696-1890
required. Must have
clean background. F/T
No wknds, $9.00/hr. No
exp required. 730 -7201
Rosalind Villas has a full
Porter position avail-
DFWP/EOE Apply 1800
W. EdgewooTd. 764-1473
or fax resume 764-5961
TORS for insurance
related work, primary
focus includes sur-
veillance. 40+ hrs a
week, future growth
sive benefits. All
applicants welcome. No
exp.. no license nec-
essary. Fax resume to:
Good Di. & tiansp. nec.
ENp. a +. Call DR. Leach
JANITORIAL -F/T P/T
TECHS Valid FL Dr. Lic.
LAWN SPRAY TECH-Pro
Care Lawn & Shrub. Clean
DL. Growing Co. Pd Vac/
Hol. 334 5550/334-5547
FT for Maint/Porter
shopping centers, gen.
cleaning & maInt.
Apply In person: Equity
One 10601-107 San Jose
ALL POSITIONS Perm &
Apt. Personnel &
Must have HVAC cert
Sfax resume & salary
MAINT TECH needed
for Arl community.
HVAC cert needed.
Bckgrnd chk, drug test
req. Call 744-7522 or
fax resume 745-0614
FT os5tion open in lax.
11t Irain Goodpay/
benefiLts DFWP. EOE
Call betAe,_-n IOa.2p
M F. 904.387 0431 or
POOL MONITORS to staff
new community pools
on Westside. Flexible
hrs. Call 220-1819 ASAP.
TRAILER INSPECTOR FT
Good benefits. Call
GNC SALES Baymeadows
& Roosevelt Sat, Sun
plus. $8 $13/hr+bonus,
STANDARD AERO, an international leader in
the aerospace industry, has the following posi-
tions at our Kelly USA, San Antonio, Texas facility.
P3 Aircraft Mechanics (Competition #256):
Standard Aero (San Antonio), Inc., has several
openings for qualified P3 Aircraft Engine
Mechanics. The successful candidates will have
at least 5 years of P3 aircraft engine experience
and must be fully knowledgeable of all aspects
of the P3 engine to include the structural com-
ponent of the QEC kit. Required experience
includes assembly and disassembly of turbine,
compressor, reduction gearbox, and power
section units. Performance of final assembly
inspection of the engine prior to installing it into
the QEC assembly. Performance of final assem-
bly inspection of the QEC prior to test cell
checks, and determined engine serviceability by
troubleshooting the total engine system and
testing performance limits.
* Ability to understand and interpret schematics,
graphs, blueprints, and other technical informa-
* Knowledgeable and proficient in the proper
use of precision measuring equipment
* High School diploma and specialized training
in engineering or aircraft maintenance required.
* Must have 5 years of P3 power plant experi-
* Must be willing to relocate
Interested candidates should submit a cover
letter with resume to:
Standard Aero (San Antonio), Inc.
661 Duncan Drive, Bldg. 360, Door 213
San Antonio, Texas 78226
Fax (210) 334-6049
We thank everyone for their interest, however,
only those candidates selected for interviews
will be contacted. For other employment
opportunities and information, please visit our
web site at:
Standard Aero Is an Equal Opportunity Employer
EXCELLENCE IN GAS TURBINE ENGINE SERVICES
9-3 flex. $8.75 $10.00 Car
req'd. 280- 5339 Iv msg.
homebuilder seeks a
License not required.
Fax resume to
762 Work At Home
ASSEMBLE AT HOME To
Jewelry 24hr 390- 3939
Same day service,
career counselling avail
Residential & Comm.
Licensed & Bonded
Call for Estimate
870 Lawn Service-
Lawn Service starting at
Washing at $49.00. For
Military or civil servant.
LAWN SERVICE &
Serving North Clay Co.
exc. service. Mil/senior
disc. Call 904-449-8345
Incall 9-6, COutcall 9-9
Credit Cards MM15239
90S Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
Aquarium Hood with
Sflorescent light approx
tJ129 inches by 12 inches.
like new $20.00
4- DOUBLE SINK
with faucet $100
Kenmore Washer &
SDryer ingood cond.
$150 both run Great
MICROWAVE GE Stain-
less Countertop; 14
cubic ft Kenmore
Freezer, both 3 yrs old
$150 both. Call
4 REFRIG Whirlpool
T side by side 25cuft
white lyr new exc
cond,. $700. Call
W/D Heavy duty. exc
cond, $200/pr. Call
WASHER & DRYER,
X-Lare, 10 cycle,
.|t 4 spd, like new
90 For Sale
$3500 CAR STEREO
speakers, Accs. $700
sacrifice cheap 268-3145
AQUARIUM- 60 gal
salt water, incl all
1 pumps, filters, light
everything, exc cond
ready to go $850 obo
4, AQUARIUM 60 gal salt
S water inci all pumps
filters lights exc cond
,ready to go! $850 OBO.
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything now!
& BUYING COMIC BOOKS
STAND RELATED ITEMS.
\I) CALL 904-631-9439
4, BUZZ UGHTYEAR
AIR HOCKEY TABLE
.Q CANDELIER eight
\Ilbeveled glass, Cost
-$284, Asking $95.
4, COMFORTER F/S &
T Multi Colored
used, $35 904-646-9542
3 section wall
clock, beautiful $40
Gold and black
$200/ SET; white
twin/full $65; leather-
loveseat, end-table $175
set; 2 oak armchairs $60
4, For Sale Edge 491
Recumbant Bike $200
HOT TUB 6- 8 person,48 jets,
w/llfetime warr.on shell,
heater.plumbing. Retail $8500
asking $3700 737-1711
MEYERS 1.5 HP
S| pump make offer,
VCR player upright
-- vacuum cleaner
$25. 5 Nylon sleeping
begs exc cond
Company for Major
Department stores is
ordered to disperse
of HIGH VOLUME,
NEW, GENUINE, HIGH
SHOES, PURSES ETC.
BABIES thru XXL WILL
BE SOLD AT
6241 BEACH BLVD.
Saturday, May 21St,
Sunday, May 22nd
10am- ppm cash only
ba Refrigerator 20.7 cf
S$175. Crib w/ mat-
tL tress $75. Play pen
large size $25.
SEAFARER RAIN GEAR
incis BIB jacket hat
$110 ph 264-6364 ask
about steel boat .
e SEALY Posterpedic
l Premiere Queen
\ICMattress and box
top. Queen Liberty &
$150. as set. Will.sell
4, STOVE GE elec
Sslide-in kit self
-|t cleaning oven
stainless steel top
works $50. 779-7327.
Please leave msg
STABLE 48' Round glass
Stop. + 4 rolling swivel
Chairs new $750. ask-
ing $300 matching
bakers rack $150. all like
new. Call Linda
Sunvision Pro 24S. 2y/o
Task chair, arm-
T less vertical
Wheels. Blue fabric
very comfortable like
new $ 9.00 268-2482
w Trailer with grill 4X2
grilling surface $ 500.
< Call 904 264-7142 or
4 TRAMPOLINE- Full
SSz, good cond. $50
k Call 908-0531
S year old, JVC grey
and black $950. Call
4, UNIFORMS CPO
v ilShirts, Shoes. Perfect
lighted black wood
Exercise Bench w/Weights.
VICTORIAN DOLL HOUSE
3Story, 80% complete.
Wired for electric. Furn
& many items to finish.
Handles on side for
easy moving, $750obo.
SSET with slide
< $50. Located in
910 Arts &Crafts/
Pecan Park B- 166; Sat I
4, RADIO CONTROL
SAirplanes with radio,
I | engines, many other
S extras, most brand
new $1,000. Call 777-4981
Mahogany Front Doors
on sale. 1/2price. Any
Q9 7 Buildings
917s For Sale
SHED alum, exc cond,
$2000. Can be seen at
Jax Bch. Call 220-4295
REST. EQUIP 14" hood,
flat grill, range & much
Workstation / Cubicles
Herman Miller 8'x 8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
922- & Jewelry
BABIES AND DOG
COMPUTER Dell 240C
flatscreen, all equip
Windows XP program
spkrs, $899. 781-5926
& DELL OPTIPLEX 40(
M H Z Pentium
RAM, 2GB Hard
Drive, USB/Lan Ports
Video/Sound card $80
40 GATEWAY 17 inch,
T and new 14 inch
I L HP monitor $40
and $30. HP tower
ARLINGTON Sat 8-1
4641 Monument Pt. Dr
lots of household items
ARL -Sat 7:30 12:00
niture clothes, toys,
household and other
Road, off Monument
AVONDALE St. Johns
Presby Church Sat 5/21
7-1. clothing all ages,
antiqs, furn etc corner
of Herschel & Shirley.
BEACHES -1034 Mar-
vone Ln. off Penmann.
32266, Sat 8-2
Fruit Cove Move Salel
Sat, Sun 8.5; Cunning-
ham Creek Estates.
2031 Hawkcrest Dr E.
MAND 12745 Eden-
bridge Ct. (off Jul. Crk
Rd) Sat 8a-2pm.
N'side San Mateo Sat.
8am-6pm; Baby & girls
clothes, toys & h'hold
11263 Americana Ln.
SPILGRAMS TRACE -
Sat 21st off of
JjISettlers Landing on
Collins. Golf equip,
HH goods, 8087 Cum-
berland Gap Trail N.
Awsome Annual Sale I
H'hold items, antiques,
clothes, Fri 8 12 Sat 8-2
S'side HUGE YARD SALE
Sat. 05/21 & Sun 05/22
2505 Provost Rd E
(Beach Blvd & Dean Rd)
Furn, MUCH MORE
S'side Lrg Yard Sale Sat
5/21 only! 7:30-4 +sz
ciths, many h'hold
items some Irg. 2617
Cortez Rd. 641-0715
WESTSIDE -Estate and
HH. 1146 LaMarche Dr.
off Normandy, across
from Walmart, Fri 8am
WINDSOR PK Moving
Sale. Lots of furn, Thur
And Sat. 8a-lp. 4343
Richmond Prk Dr. E.
WS May 20+ 21 8-5,
1911 Delray A. Rain date
lwk bike, bks. elect.
Bargain Hunters Galore
This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting @
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
4, GAS EDGER $95, lawn
mower rear bagqer 21"
t t31/2 hp. misc building
materials make offer
everything great cond
T -Murray 4hp, 20"
< r cut 2yrs old $75.00
t 264-1514 after 5pm
1, MURRAY 42" cut
S riding lawn mower
$350 48" large
TV PN picture w/screen
projector $600. both
w o r k g r e'at .
4 LAWNMOWER or
SCAG STAND behind
$400. for either one.
Daniel 729-4001 or
4, RIDING MOWER 36" Cut
Slyrs old, new battery,
V exc. condition. $500
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
BED Canopy queen
T size, metal stone
finish $150 obo
Bed- Fullsize Mat-
Stress, metal frame,
silver w/lower futon
& cushion, very
comfy, Space Saver $450
BEDROOM 4 PC SET $298
2 PC Sofa&Chair From $298
5 PC Oak Dinette From$118
3 Pc Qn Simmons Bd $198
3 Pc Sealy Twin Bed $129
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
VCR's From $20
20" Color TV's From $75
Microwaves From $25
COURT CLEARANCE CENTER
white, $100. Calf
8 lights beveled
rary with center
spot light cost $285. like
new asking $95.
pine 50" L 12"W 71"H
$200. Call 771-0365
4, COLONIAL SOFA
SFlower prints, very
I exc. cond. Call 1
$ 221-0710 after 6pm
S Complete 7 pc living
Snroom set from rooms
SI/to go never used must
sel $1500 OBO infor-
mation call 904.908- 0958
& Couch like new,
high back, cloth,
;never used. Cost
$1000. sell for $500.
4, CRADLE Jenny Lind,
Cherry wood with
I mattress pad and
bedding. $60, like
new. Call 904-772-8979
or 9048542- 4602
S maple finish, 19"W
|1lX 35"L, free stand-
bumper pad. Excellent
cond. $25904 725 0009
Q, Crib and match-
ing changing table
great cond. $125.
4. DINING ROOM -
Swood 42x84 and
hutch 4 side & 2
arm chairs, cane
back excellent cond.
$1000. Call 221-3746
DINING TABLE & 4
W new, oak base,
glass top table
w/four parsons chairs.
$375 (orig. $1200). Call
4, Dinning Rm 5 piece
Asset. Iron oyster
c Icolor, glass table
top, 9 mo old, $395
4. DINNING SET
Formal, 8 chairs,
large table, china
color must sell. $450.
kijwash, 2 wood/
h lass towers with
lighting, TV stand
cover for entire systerr
with lighting. Must sell
$700 or best offer
4, FULLSIZE BED Futon
Silver metal frame
mattress $ 450.00
Desk 30" X60" $25.
Table 36'X60" $30.
swivel rocker; couch -
print floral. Coordi-
nating chair; Gold chair
4 GLASS TOP TABLE
S ROUND-48" + 4
V I1 Rolling Swivel
Chairs New $750.
Asking $300. Linda
GUN CABINET: 10
-- gun, cherry, three
I 1 glass doors, with
$125. Call Mike
4. Italian importer
room set six chair;
china cabinet use(
twice must sell $2000 08C
KING S I z
Sbed- cherry wal
center with Armoire;
and matching dresser
Love Seat 66"W yr
old New Cond. blue
$700 Sell $75
LOVE. SEAT of
cond, $50; full size bed
good cond, stri[
eadboard, mirror, ;
small bookcases, $250
Call Judith, 904803 418'
All beveled with
56x66 less than 1 y
new paid $480 sacri-
fice $270. Call 509-911;
MUST SELL Unfinishec
Armoire, Sofa & chair
fax/printer, XL drye
514-3681 or 866-8785
4, OLD IRON BEI
Double with rail;
$40. Tall old iroi
bed with rails $65
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S SET- w/6 chairs
square glass table
$175 Call Judith
4, Rocking chairs(2)
SWooden high back
\ from Cracker Bar-
rel. Excellent con-
dition org $ 139.00 a
sell $30.00 ea (904)
4 Sealy loveseat & Chair
Navy/Tarp 20.00 for
SI both your haul
before 8 pm please
BSealy loveseat and
Chair $ 20.00 set You
S haul from Nas Jax
No calls after
8 pm please 904 772- 9287 ,|
Beautiful, like new
$2200; will sell for $800.
904 387-5982 Kimberly
4, SLEEPER SOFA/
SI Great cond, neu-
tral colors. $500
SLEEPER SOFA Nice,
matching cream chair
and ottoman. + 2 bar
stools, $550 obo. 553 -7765
4 SOFA, Loveseat &
Chair, good cond,
< $250, 904. 291-3789
4. SOFA & OVERSIZED
CHAIR with oak
I trim $400 match-
ing Sofa table $100.
4 SOFA SLEEPER,
Chair. Good cond.
4 TABLE, oak w/4
Chairs, 48" diam
S with 24" extension
perfect cond, $475
4, Table 42' Maple
T w/12" leaf and 4
eI chairs, like new
$115. Table Pecan
25" round 22" high $35.
WALL UNIT 3pc with
desk 10mos, Pecan
finish w/detail, exc
cond, $1650 obo.
317-9679 Leave msg.
Wall Unit will hold 60
inch TV new never used
$1500 new yours for
$1100 save 25% and no
tax. call 282-6664
$100; twin day be plu
mattress $125. Moving
sale. Call Linda
41 WATERBED Kng
Ssz, waveless soft-
side, uses regular
metal frame, box sup-
heater, pad, liner, $75
4, White futon bunkbed
with mattress $120.00
MOBILITY SCOOTER -
CTM, 6.5hrs of use,
Model HS2800, like new,
best offer 868-5721
15, l8 Everette Upright
4, Piano exc. condo.
SA+++ Must Sell by
May 13 $1800 obo
Sarah 904-234-4195 or
4. DRUM SET;
S s 5pc. set complete
with cymbal and
seat. $175. Call
912-882-7252 Like new.
4. PIANO Everett
/ console Excellent
| condition $500.
(904) 220-7886. ,
,, CHEVY CAMARO-
/ '98 exc cond, low
mi asking $5500
4 Bought new at NEX for
$499. Will Sacrifice for
$ 250.00 Call Linda or
4 FREE WEIGHT SET
x ab-crunch bench
1 straight and curl
bars, 150 lbs. weights,
$80. Call 610-4288
4, GOLF Starter set.
4,18455 Irons Graph-
ite Driver 3-wood,
6 5 Wood Medalot,
Putter, Nike Bag $250.00
GOLF STARTER SET
I Tommy Armone
Q | 8455 Irons
S3- wood Medalist putter,
Nike bag $250. John
4. HOBBS CREEK-
S7-9wt flyreel and 2
d| /pcs 8wt flyrod with
line and backing
incl's, chain for
r t hanging, e)c cond.
$ 7 5 Call
I Sony TV 32" with
"T' Stand $350 Twin
ri | Bedroom" set
$300 Dining Set (6)
$275 Power Lawn mower
Styler 8.0 HP Incline
t[L$200 904- 646- 9542
SWind Surfer 1LSft
SViper Fanatic Per-
fect for Beginners.
Call Brian at
270-6317 ext 114
4. YAMAHA 3 wheeler
/ with reverse new
r | I tires carb rebuilt
need fine tuning
fun!!!! asking $9000BO.
990 Buy Or Trade
4, WANTED -
BOSSOM PLATES -
Made in England.
Must be in mint con-
priced. Call 269-5883
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services
60 heads of cross bred
P cows. calving now. take
; 1 or all $750ea
3 29 NEW ARRIVALS
d Chihuahuas, Shih-tzus
r Labradoodle, Poodle mix
S Pet World 262-4646
5 AIREDALE TERRIER PUPS
n Ready to go parents
: Imported from UK shots
& dewormed delivery
avl. $500 850.-536..1208
American Pit Bull Terrier
STUD PR UKC/ADBA red
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Bassetts, Toy Poodles,
Toy Cocker-Poos, Rat
Rotti's. Bull Mastiffs.
Poms & many other
small cute mixes
BOXER Male, fawn &
white y/o, neut., $300
BOXER PUPS AKC, shots
H/C, POP, see pics at
under news. 739-2500
BRUSSELS GRIFFON pups
AKC ready 5/21
BULLMASTIFF AKC pups,
Serious lnq only. $800.
1010 Pet's &
CAIRN PUP (TOTO)
fem, CKC. shots, HC,
Crate training hs
breaking started. $450
,. CAT- Siamese 10
S yrs old, good
J |f companion for
Single or older
declawed, Also Yellow
COCKER SPANIELS -
AKC. mini, POP, $400ea.
L COMPUTER DESK
grainn $200; Call
PUPS. BIk, Tan, Gray.
CKC reg. $300. 608-5850
hith cert, long/ short
hair. Call 866-2164
4, FREE, 8mh o ld
m i x micro
Chipped, has shots,
very sweet and playful,
great w/kids and other
., FREE BLACK &
,INeed homes by
S May 25. Call Irene
4, Free Cat adult
black & white to
S good home Call
Cute, playful, wormed.
Call 725-7375, Southside
4, FREE KITTENS
S Hand fed. Very
I sweet. All females.
b, Free Lab/mix,
T black to good
home. Call Terry
FREE TO GOOD HOME 2
Young F dogs, both
spayed & shots very
friendly fun. 928-3765.
8wks on 5/27., imp.
bidline, blk & tan &
sable, HC. Wormed, POP,
BEAUTIFUL & LARGE.
German Shep Pups AKC
-ready 5/31, sable & bik
/silver, 3 Femrn, hith cert,
POP taking deposits +
extras call 904-338-1716
GER SHEP/European fern.
18mo. Exc. pedigree.
MACAW PARROT -
$1500. Call 945-4855
MALTESE pups, AKC,
M / F $ 6 0 0 +
Service CKC, all
Shots up to date.
$150 &pick of liter.
Call Neil at 904-757-7037
MINI DACHSHUND PUPS
AKC, BIk/Tan, long hair,
exc. qlty. 850-584-4844
MIN-PIN $150 Male Choc.
2 y/o- Call 904-230-8718
MINPIN $450obo-2 yrs
old, male, neutered
PIT BULL PUPS Pure
breed 2F/8wks, $200.
904.703.4962 or 226.1057
PITT BULLS ADBA reg,
blue blood, ready now,
$400. Call 904-625-0076
small girls. 51b parents
Guar. $475- $525 219-5700
POMS AKC, Exc. bidline
2M/2F, 1Red, 3Saber.
POODLES Tiny 3M, bik,
ROTTl PUPPIES 9wks,
$300ea. POP, Shots,
CKC Reg. Call wknds or
wk days & 5pm. 563-5655
ROTTWEILER -Fe m,
11mos, extremely Ig.
good with children, or
good in the yard, great
guard dog, $350, chmp
papers. 291-0740 or
ROTTWEILER PUP Fern.
4mo., german, all shots
ROTTWEILER PUPS, CKC
born 3/11 POP, S&W, HC
904 -887-7859 or 207-0091
4, SHIH-TZU -puppy,
I 3mos, brind e/
'white, $450, AKC,
TOY POODLES & POMS
HC &Reg. $450. Males &
Yorkie for STUD SERVICE
male, AKC, 9.5 Ibs. Very
good coat BIk. Gold&
YORKIE- M/16wks, CKC
w/pedigree. Teddy bear
face. $900. 215-8197 -
YORKIES 2 M, $900ea. 2
F $1000ea. 538-0895 or
PUPPIES Born 3/18.
AKC. HC, 386-792.3123
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13.6' Necky Santa Cruze
Kayak seaclude paddle.
$550 Call 264-8208
S16' Larson Flyer '97
115 hp Evinrude, hi
lower unit and
prop very fast $5000
17.5' ISLANDER CC '95-
70Yam, Galvinzed trir,
18' DYNASTY Walk Thru
'95, 3.0 Merc/Cruiser,
I/O, Shore-Landr trir
'98 Gar kept. X clean.
$5500. Call 710-9096
19.5' BAYLINER -exc
cond, low hrs ready to
go. w/extras, $7500 firm
.. 19'TAHOE Bow-
T rider '01. I/O 10k
m obo. 31 135hp,
many xtras. 30hrs,
gar kept 904-529-5227
20' TRITON '99,TR20
Bass boat, 200 efl Merc,
'03 alum trir. rods/
tackle, $20,700 662-1335
26' ALBIN YACHT'76
deluxe trawler. Main
sail & 2 jibs, hard top,
Forward & aft cabins,
w/Yanmar, 3 cycle
diesel, fresh water
cooled w/tandem trlr,
26" BAYLINER 265 '04
Fully Ided, mint cond, ext
warr.. $48,900. Details )
r 29' 1996 Rinker Cabin
Cruiser, sleeps 4,
S head shower.
refridge, full canvas
350 mercrulser I/O $20k
below book 904-993-3185
4. 29' RINKER 1996
sleeps 4 head
shower, refrig, full
canvas 350 mercy I/O
$20,000 BELOW BOOK.
31' Fountain '95 T-top,
cc w/cuddy. 2001 Twin
225 Yamahas under
warr '06, less than 200
hrs, GPS VHF, autopilot,
Flowscan, Triple axle
trir, Exc cond $44,500
obo 904-860 4722
51' BLUEWATER fg, motor
yacht, '88 md. capt.
maintained top cond.
loaded, $145k. terms
Needed immediate 7
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Call Bob Cavaleri 269 -2603
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. BUY TRAILER and SATURN Vue '04, CHEV IMPALA 05 loaded, FORD CROWN HONDA CIVIC LX '99, PONTIAC GRAND AM 03 Buick Century 93 SVsS s
old boat and motor blue AT AC, W outstanding, priced to VICTORIA- '02, 75k mi red, runs great, Immac loaded, must sell 3300 V6 veryclean $700. IORe nCb erpmn sa.
Free! trailer $60 pL cruise, CD. sell at$15,975. 389-7700 White,1owner, $6300. Call226- t3 374-3450 CHEVYS1RgCaCb'01 .. Sonoma'03 0 Nissan King Cab
excellent condo. great mileage, 4dr, very clean. Exc cond, can finance take over payments, /I"85 all power, 200
Dani el 729-4001 under warranty $18.00 CHEVY CAMARO 01. AT. good running cond HONDA $2000 '03 PONTIAC SUNFIRE SE'04 BUICK LESABRE 92 $149mo wac. 389 7700 JJi4350 miles treeearses rult
573-9874 3p11p Daniel. 729-4001 or AC,. CD, alloys, loaded, fully loaded keyless ST#F247,$26,988 ST#F205A,$8988 mechanics special, needs of warrantyas for eng. after market
573-9874 low mi. $8975 674-4444 entry trailer hitch a/c, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 7very little work, must sell CHEVY wTrailblaZerp '3 Myron0850-573-6050 or lheader.carb camshaft.
C A B I N s, cruisectr 775.3897700 thr, pw, p s. a/c 803-573-7151 aum els $3000.
CRUISER-83. twin SUZUKI DRZ400E Dirt 04 7 -278-5525 JEEP WRANGLER '99 PORSCHE BOXSTER 04 cruise, AM FM/CD. 904-619-0831
head Cenn, Gaverter b Electrof 200rtSlCHEVY CAMARO. 97LtO Co soft top, gd cond. Red/tan, 15K, flawless, (Buick Somerset '87 $14,900. 904-223-6787 GMC Suburban '95. 4WD,
head, Inverter bought new Oct of 2004 BlackAT hr od Air, D ESCORT LX 02. t 930.519 0141 $36,000. obo. Wkdays runs great new loaded, new cold air, NISSAN PATHFINDER '01
sleeps 9. screen must sell $3975. 389-7700 Mag Whls, All Pwr, F 02. 80024o50. Nidhts battery great for CHEVY X.CABS120'01 ooks good, runs good, Low miles. $239mo0wac
enclosure dmore ^Runs Great. Some 4dr, AT, low miles. Nice. KA.' 800-245-5201, Nights b tey ret1o
enclosure and more Runs Great. Some 4dr. AT low miles. Nice. KIA RIO '01 /weekend 229242 081 local use must sell St#F199 $10,988 every in works, exc Call 859-5820
Volusia SCobra $2995 obo. 625-5742 FD CORT 3 TOM BUCS121 4877 SATURN'9auto- 301-318-3841 BUSHAOL ad ab 396-4678 or 334-8532 OLDSBRAVADA'0oo
new Asking$5,700 ChevysCamaro0SSiSt#,F435.$liLEXUOD988COR01Zh0t / J m atlc, Ded RV tow DODGE 1500 Quad Cab owner, Leather, sunroof
skng 700 Chev Camaro SS St# F435,9,988 LEXUS GS300 1 White/ cr, w miles CADILLACELDORADO 92 SLT'01. V, at, loaded, GMC YUKON '95- $5900 Platinum Ed. $9250778 2897
SILVERTON®AL 904 382 0021 LS1 '02 Convert- TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 tan Ithr. 73K,$1,750. $sooOBO. Call Great shape, must sell. nice. $11,975.777-9119 175kmi, 4x4, green,new,
C & PO i ble. 6 spd. 25000 Call Ross 396-5486 Chuck 904-223.4977 need cash $985. 389 7700 ODGE DAKOTA never been wrecked. TOYOTA RAV4 4x4 '97.
YACHTS & SPORT YAMAHA3 miles over 8 K in Ford Granda 77 runs D 904 221 7641 very low mi, need to
BOATS. WHEELER- with dealer installed options great very reliable Lincoln LS 2002 Power SATUR SC2 '02 CARSFROM $800 94. ex cond,6, YUKON Denal sell fast $5995.7719100
Jacksonville's reverse. New tires, ask ing $23 5 00. $1000 cal 887-4140 Sunroof Alpine stereo ST#F223 $9988 ALeer toper Cold GMC YUKON Denali XLmmac l fast $5995. 771
largest stockin carb rebuilt, needs 904-334-1962 CD Leater ual TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 CALL 9.04-695-9993 AC We Main TOYOTA TACOMAtv/dvd awd03 exc
dealer. 2004 410 SB fine tuning. Fun!! Asking 904-268-3619 Temperature control' DODE Datona $3000904-786-4806 low mi $32,975.389.7700 nd R ced to sell
& 42C. Boat Tree at $900 oDo 215-2443 FORD MUSTANG '98 loaded very clean $ 18,000 SUZUKI ESTEEM '99 Exc tub D'8, Cay r DODGE DAKOTA 'n00 HUMMER H2 '03 this wk $10,575. 3897700
Lambs Yacht Center. CHEVY CAVAER LS o 904 16 t DODGE DAKOTA'00 HUMMER H2 '03 this wk $10 389
3420 Lakeshore Blvd. YAMAHA R0 ADSTAR CHEVY CAVAERS coupe, V6, AT CD, 90487- 1661 cond,great ta- roll Shelby spd. V Auto. AC Fast! $4975. black likenew$39900 TOYOTA TCOMA4x4
Oa 000 mi l o1601ccl BUSH AUTOPLEXL $78 0 tion, exc as m i e e. air, new tires, Call 674-4444 Call 904-614- 0606 TOYOTA TACOMA 4x4
23904-an $5300 MAZDA MIATA /99- Bdk, must sell $2775. 389.700 brakes starter, runs '01. $169/mo wac.
904220-4203 50. 04-241-0623 TOYOTACAMRY-great, rebuilt trans, DODGE DURANGO SLT ISUZU FTR TRUCK '99, Call 859-5820
YAMAHA Vstar 1100'02 CHEVY CAVALER LS '02 Ford Mustang "00 $ Z 04-241-023 TOOTAxCAMRd -7'01, 782-9272 '99 3rd seat, very low 24' Box, diesel, 126kmi,
WANTED Boats, 5000 miles Iots Of TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 8 il e r.ZMoonroof. $10,50233-3446 FORD F-150 '92, Low miles. $239mo wac
motors traders. extras $7000 642-o064 O i auto, 81K miles, Leatherlmoonroof, $1000asis. DODGERAM- '02. quad JEEP Cherokee Laredo Call 859-5820
motorstrailers extras $7000 642-0064 loaded, $9000. loaded. $7975.777-9119 TOYOTACAMRY'03. Very Call 904-705-2201 cab. 1500 SLT, $16,500 '98 4wd, 71K mi, V6
Th condition. le" YAMAHA V-Star 650 CHEVY CAVALIER '03 887-4435 M EREDES 4 L low miles, must see obo 545-5621 where int, oo w mils_58r20wa
Weks Marine 387%&Po Classic '00, 12,700mi. Low miles. $99mo wac. MERCEDES L io wac. 7719100 FORD THUNDERBIRD 89cond$7 6257313 1 Va ses
WeeksMaASa 0437Call 859-520 FORD MUSTANG 01 Roadster '74, ant $210mo wac. 771-9100 FORD THUNDERBIRD89cond$700. 6257 135 ansuses
Weeks Marine 37 140 A Shape! 904-334-7667 Call 859-5820 FORDB MUSTANG$8988RTOYOTA CAMRY Solara 3.8 V6 runs good $650. DODGE RAM 1500 4x4 '03 3 Vans/Buses
S SEADOO GTX LIM- ASt# BUCF308A, $8988 oi rta TOYOTA CAMRY Solara Call 374-3450 Hemi. Laramie SLT uad Je CJ5 '81258CI
SEADOOGTX LIM- YAMAHA YZF 600 '04 CHEVY Corvette '93 TOMBUSAUTOPLEX 3714877ed.tan SLEO00. Iimmccnd, loaded Cab. Immaculate $20,975. L intake, CHEVY HI TOP CONVER-
Egoodcondition 25 s tank bag, conV, bright aqua 371-48 o od must sell. $9775. 3897700 GEOTRACKER CONV'94 389-7700aculate $20975. lod nEte CHE HINO VA CONVEa
hrs $3200 OBO. Call 2matching helmets, white leather LT1 FORD MUSTANG'00. Low below bluebook Ve Sclean, 5spd, must XL restoration dual AC, loaded, runs
S 10or Call $6000.904- 37-9467 auto. 30k miles FOR MUSTG Low $14,900. Call TOYOTACELICAGTS02 sell.$2500obo5916692 DODGERAM97Low project. Xtra parts
94.2701061oorMmv $sowac. 771-9100 278-6251. Must7sell. 5spd. loaded, sunroof, miles, 4x4,.all terrain avail. $2500. obo
904386-7802. YA HkAm imacul -e,$19,. Cali $110mo9waec.77719100 278-6l251. Must sell. $14,95. call 777-9119 HONDA ACCORD -'86, tires, tool box $129m 9 1 2 3-5408 60 r CHEVY SUBURBAN-
con, runsgreat1210 Sailboats FORD MUSTANG '00 MERCEDES SL.3 T'99 O4dr, extra clean, $1450. wac. Call 859-5820 912-674-1074 h
1210 Sailboats Never aid own CH d PoERVMLS e Muo ,c. $34 TOYOTACOROLLA O'10. 72331100mO3,eV36k highway
Must sell. $4k obo. at/ac loadedlow miles, power package, auto. black 40K m Low miles, Won't last DODGE RAM '99, '73, v8, 36 leatherr DVD,
S Ca970-201-6974 $600dn. Call674-4444 $99mowac.859-5820 Call904472-3542 / wacl. o-9100 HONDA CIVIC LX '90 Only Dodge Truck. Both8 ire, J-$-'3. o8. 36 texc condition.
30'A Cabi r r FORD Mustang Conv '98, MERCURY RUIS $3501 For listings call 1500's $14k 745-4791 or 260-6534, 613-9353 $28,900 912- 22-1171
FORD AMustangextra -02 MERCURY OR MARQUIS TOYOTA COROLLA LB '03 800-749-8116 x7327 601-214-2983
steer $3899. obo 298-02 1310 Auto 7arrts TV90,,2 low mlmnyextras.9 oo Call838-0281 ending cond, low
teer $3899. obo 298-0275 131 Auto Parrts F290 $1188 wi l7999 obo Call 838-02 miles, loaded, must sell INFINITI J30 -'93 snrf, FORD BRONCO XLT 4x4 EPGRCHEROKEE'97 CHRYSLER PACIFICA'04
STOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 7243125335 MERCURY GMA UIS fast $11,975.3897700 Ithr seats, pwi, Bose '90. V8 AT AC, loadedTOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-48 TOM#E4877
RVTIRES MIchelin CVYMNT '02 00. Low miles. $99mo sys, $1950 obo 65-3841 $2975. Call 674-4444 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
1230 Spples I275RESMch CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS FORD MUSTANG CVT '02 wac. Call 859-5820 TOYOTA CRESSIDA '91,
1230 Supplies P275/55R18icTss CH00 Red, loaded, sharp. St# F381 $14988 02 Ca -reat cod. Ithr, pDA-ower MERCURY TRACER 93, FORD ESCAPE 02. 4dr, red JEEP LIBERTY LTD '02 OE CARAVAN 05.
CASH PAIDles. new $800 down. 674-4444 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 MERCURY SABLE WAGON D. snrf$3300398-8212 Great gas mi, extra w/grey cloth, at/ac ST2142C$13,988L DODGE CARAVAN'05
an$5cl0Loaded, 3rd seat.clean, $1450 723-3110 loaded $8975.699-9669 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 immac. loaded. priced to
#CASH PA $ID $ 0950asking$450.callCHRYSLER'00con'03..OYOTAtCHO se02.t6 sell fast $17,995. 389.7700
s, MHsTTs 545-830 mike 904-819-0975 or C CRO RE FORDMustngGTV low mi.$9,975.699-9669 TOYOTA CHO02. Red Nsa AmaSE FORD EXPEDITION 97 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT-DODGE CARAVAN 96
2N904-625-0006 TOUSATOPLX 8 1 spdcMchte "73Convert- 1859-5820 T '93 Silver 108K Eddie Bauer edition. '02. ATsun roof 2x2 DODGE CARAVAN 6
27' COACHMAN TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 pda/cMAch40 bible runs great fun t-I nose mask, Leather, loaded, nice. tow hitch 47,000 m Cold AC, great cond,
CASCADE DX 1320 Atiques/ CHRYtereoSLERLHSk93. topar93k to drive needs VOLVO 240 '91 good AM/FM cassette $9975. Call 674-4444 $14,900 obo 449-3800 priced for immediate
round1293. garage kept, adult orig. rockers replaced. condo, ATsilver$3500. spd, well maintained sale. $3875. 389-7700
single double Classics Leather, loaded, low owner 10,995904.220 7886, '72 MGB -GT parts car Call 262 6524 $ 2 0 0 0 o b o FORD EXPEDITION'99. KIA SPORTAGE'00
bunks, sleeps 9, bath- miles $600 dn. 674-4444 Cell 904-338-1448 aso$3000 9042778783 904-317-1482 Dual AC, loaded. 58K ST#BUCF457, $6988 FORD CONVERSION E150
room, great cond. $15k. '77 FORD BRONCO VS 302 also 904-2 VOLVO 850 WAGON 94 miles. $13,975.777-9119 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 '92-Braun hydraulic whl
213-95 0 PS,PB. AT. $6000 CHRYSLER PTCRUISER FORD TAURUS SES '04 MITS GALANT '03 immac Lthr at/ac, loaded, nice NISSAN P/U w/ topperR 3 1
395 POPDA graME co 904-225-2083 '02 ST#E859A, $10,988 ST#F436 $10.988 loaded must sell very $49. Call 699-9669 87ac needs cony std ORD Explorer Sport KIA SPORTAGE EX' 01. AT
'93 MH 38K IML$28K Chevy Malibu 73 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 quickly$10,945.389.7700 VOLVO ans9 runie4. 98,4x42DRe white, AC0 loaded, low miles FORD E350'03 15 patdua
Call George 277-2903 2 dr.45,000. org. CORVETTE COUPE HONDA ACCORD 02 LX MITSUBISHI GALANT '02. automatic ow tires, sunroof, AC.E4,975.777-9119
SB37AutoDar02 auto sport 4dr. need to sell fast ower package lemultie Saturn 5C2 '92 AT. excellent cond, 95K miles, MAZDA TRIBUTE '02
edrown/ totos $99 AC. 859-5820 CD changercas cruise, silver $9000. Call 3093103242 ST#F350, $11,988 FORD WINDSTAR'01.4dr,
97SA0 Alr32KPOi.selfcon Breatcond.CNewn/Blkt ,_7L4pckage,2topsA$210mo wac.r771-9100 $9oA8-50Dhgrs Ioverblack4ext.,
gei o great cond. New PewterBa NISSAN ATIMA04. Ve sette player, 8speak- blc int. $1399. FORDF10RIAT9 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 AT, dual ACloaded.
-29,000Pgeaore41 9d r-21 $395.4o. exhaust exc cond. 1700mi HONDA Accord EX '00, need Tosl fs ers moon roof. new DaInIe bk t.1 995$6975. Call 699-9669
S 0 low mi, need to sell fast ty ires gold w/ leather a n I e I P e a e 4x4 $1299 MERCURY Mountaineer
'98 POP UP great cond, 904-219-3894 $36,0007712602 4dr dark green w/sun $248mo wac. 7719100 interior immaculate. 9 1 2 7 2 19 4 0 0 1 Call 859-5820 '98:Leathr. loaded, very GC ENVOY XL'02
cold AC. sleeps 6.5$3200 9_n FOR HOTRO '34 interior iculate. '98.SAeathfinder GxC PAY O LEN2
610-953 FORD HOTROD roof. CD player, all pwr 264-9333 912-573-9874. 3p-11p.nST#E985,$18,988
obo.610-953 8 Sedan 302C1 C-4 DODGE STRATUS 4 Exc like new. $11,900. Call NISSAN ALTIMA '03. Pwr FORD F150 XL'04. Exc nice $700 dn. 674-4444 BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL trans, Cand Apple cnd. loaded, low ml. can 904.669-1568 package, low miles. VW BEETLE'O0. Mechan- SUBARU Legacy '95, shape low miles, must MITSOUTLANDERXLS
MANOR 'TRAVELTRSLRS d $35K O. Call fin $239m$o wac. 3897700 1 99mowac. 859-5820 icssecial, overallve 5spd, cool air. new sell qulk$15,945. 389-7700 UOOTSDOL
A'sA I ORODMOTORCHO.9403-4857 HONDA1CIV n v34 o.ties, $0,2-3424 4x4'04. Very low miles, PLYMOUTH GRD VOY-
E O O E, FORD CONTOUR HONDACIVIC3.4d low R 7719100 AGER 96 White, 89k
Sales Serve., Pt s $ 591 miles, won't last ong NISSAN ALTIMA GLE '99 dcond some w 00, 268d42404T
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j.D. Sa. Ait"Pickup '95 93kmn, PWR, $28mowac. 7719100 Leather,. at/ac, loaded, needed$5945. TOYOTA Corola '88 a/t 4X4 '94 VS. at/acac. .
Alachua (386) 462-3039 40 die oonroof, CD1 low ml. V TuGLS '00 a/c. t a 130 hates gas. $1150. loaded.$6975.674-4444 NISSAN timaSE
1 800 5416039 1 40p ese ood. Free tune-up HONDA CIVIC LX '90 Only $750 down. 674-4444 Turbo. Red, at, loaded,904-568-461393 5 spdAC PLYMOUTH VAN'02. Low
how winner. lites lBdARDobo CuFORD F250 4x4 Crew Cab am cassette mi, must sell $8995 or
1. COLEMAN POP-UP rust oil leads, te ood included $3501 For listings call NissanGXE95'blue4 Ithr, moonroof, 40,800 VOLVO '865350 '01. Must sell fast, wont 108K well main- $110mowac.771-9100
SCAMPER 89 best roadworthy condition. 705-4297 800-749-8116 x7327 dr. new tires, good miles. $9,975. 699-9669 SFobo Hi mi rough last! $18,988. 771-9100 taied #3000 OBO
offer 90 6296597 $2295 912-673-6052 n cond.ectap extra- Vt wel 96.shaple but it runs 904-278-7797 TOYOTASIENNALE'00.
or 904,7379983 c 120taton$3200boCall dr ot au Trek '964 may need alter- FORD F3R0 '01- 7.41 Very low miles, very
O R 1KeONE 1325 Automotive 262-2356 after 5pm sunroofalarmAC nator. Call 552-1291 svctrkw/Air o 1 ft bed NSANspd Altima m/fmSE clean $10,988 or $298
Sprinter 25RK 00i1Ca to Pe- Qu al fy all bells/whistles AMFMCDnewbattery. a 3000 ENA L'04
Designed to sleppsix. odge Rm 1500 $16,500. 904-213-0307 Great car for student. 1340 Trailers/ FORD Ranger '01, by 00 904-278-7797 TA
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Priced $10,00neg. and ae ST Extended or stop by and see $4000 Call 3875925 SU's owner4cy Ssdp, exc ST#2809A .$22,488
Sr. W OLDSCEcondE$6800 778-9458 NISSANFRONTIER- '00, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
equipped to sell. 241-6555 t edoorsl CO i ST#UCF27OA, $3988 CoD $0 SE. crew cab, 5sp, V6,
Tow Package $12,500 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371487713352000 or Less CADILLAC ESCALADE'00 FORD RANGER '99 Step- blk $10,500 obo. A
3171TwPck912,51900or Bring in this ad for0 24 inch wheels. $299m side, 28,000 miles, 215-9414 226-7580 Auto1 /rucs
4r7- 031299 savings! PONITIAC Trans wac. Call 859-5820 at/ac, $7975. 674-4444 1 55 Wanted
0 12 Co ette Coupe full power t-tops, Cars from $500! Listings CHEVY BLAZER LS'0 FORD RANGER- '96, at, king 4cyl. 4L. 12K mi,
SAuto Sport package Military and First 89,XX m's Many 800749-8116 x2529 St#F437. $9588 a/c, 30,000 mi $3900 warrty. exc cond, WILL PURCHASE
Lhud 2 tops pewter Tie Buyers extras, custom wheels TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 992-1406 $11,500. Call 268-4349C v 3
Borla exhaust excel- t $11,000 obo Call AUTO+BOAT AUCTION CARMORnTRUCK
lent condition 1,700 miles Welcome! 912-510-8905 for Special Olympics F7L CHEVY Dualy '97 many FORD XLT RANGER'03 NISSAN Pathfinder SE4x4 &PAY OFF LIEN.
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$ 36,000 771-2602 May 21 r 11 am. See ad new parts & new tires. Need to call, X clean '01. Low mi, must sell
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run great, veryrel- 786-b 0 05o AT REGENCY TOM BUSHMAZDA ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
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HARLEY DAVIDSON CADILLAC CTS 03 (021727 6400 Blanding Blvd 77.-c A0 AnC Blvd 71 -23T10 11 ?2525 Philips Hy 396-5486
SportsterXL883 StdF 310 $24.588 _M MBUSHVW
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