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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Health Fair
Free Information/Screenings Offered
Page 3


Staying Prepared
NAS |la Train- With Tornado Drill
Pages 10-11


Pool Opens
Ouldoor Pool Ready For Business
Page 13


THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
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TOUCHING NAVAIR Depot Jax




Deadlines changewins safety award


Due to the upcoming
Memorial Day holiday May
30, the deadlines for next
week's Jax Air News arti-
cles and ads have
changed. All articles must
be turned in by today at 4
p.m. Ads are due by
tomorrow at noon.


USO/IMAX present
'Fighter Pilot'

Complimentary tickets
for service members to the
World Golf Hall of Fame
I MAX Theater showing of
the "Fighter Pilot: Opera-
tion Red Flag" movie dur-
ing the Memorial Day Mili-
tary Appreciation Week-
end are now available at
the NAS Jax-based United
Services Organization
(USO) and at all command
master chief offices. Oper-
ation Red Flag is a two-
week, realistic combat
training exercise involving
the elite aerial forces from
all branches of the U.S.
military, plus the Guard/
Reserve components that
was established in 1975
and is conducted annually
at Nellis AFB, Nevada.
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.
On Saturday, the World
Hall of Fame is offering a
free military children's
activities day from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. For further infor-
mation, call the USO at
778-2821 or IMAX at (904)
940-4059.


Tax break for
Florida residents

From June 1-12, Florida
residents can buy hurri-
cane provisions such as
batteries, two-way radios,
coolers and generators up
to $750, tax-free.


Stunt show
coming

The NAS Jax Navy
Exchange (NEX) is host-
ing a Mongoose Stunt
Show June 5. Show times
are 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3
p.m. in the NEX parking
lot. The shows are fast-
paced with riders perform-
ing aerials 20- to 30-feet
above the ramps and tech-
nical flatland stunts being
achieved on the ground.
Free T-shirts, posters and
stickers will be given out.


Photo courtesy of NAVAIR Depot Jax
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Safety) Connie
DeWitte and Ken Petterson, Naval Air Depot (NAVAIR)
Jacksonville Occupational, Safety and Health manager, lis-
ten to Lt. Cmdr. Terry Hart (right), NAVAIR Jax P-3 Airframes
production officer, as he points out safety initiatives that have
been implemented at the Depot during a tour of the facility.


101 critical


days of summer

begin tomorrow

By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor


Each year, during the 101 critical days of
summer, the Navy loses Sailors in acci-
dents that could have been prevented.
Tomorrow marks the beginning of the Memorial
Day weekend and those critical days of summer
that will run through midnight on Labor Day.
During this time extended daylight and high
temperatures make it very inviting for Sailors
and their families to travel and enjoy outdoor
activities more frequently.
As Sailors enter the 101 critical days of sum-
mer and begin their much-anticipated summer
vacation, bike ride, or continue to train for an up
coming triathlon, they are encouraged to make
safety their number one priority.
Whether participating in sports or driving a
vehicle, proper preparation and understanding of
possible hazards are the key to an enjoyable sum-
mer. Medical experts repeatedly remind the pub-


From NAVAIR Depot jax Public Affairs
What happens when a command
brings safety to the forefront of
all employees with personal
involvement by senior leadership, proac-
tive Occupational Safety and Health
programs and an analytical approach to
addressing mishaps, trends and causes?
A decrease of 55 percent across-the-
board in mishaps is the end result.
Moreover, it produced a command envi-
ronment that won the fiscal year 2004
Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Safety
Award and Chief of Naval Operation
(CNO) Safety Award, both for the third
time in four years and the inaugural fis-
cal year 2004 Department of Navy (DoN)
Excellence Award for Safety.
Last week, depot employees welcomed
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy
(Safety) Connie DeWitte to their spaces.
DeWitte presented the SECNAV Safety
Award May 19 during a ceremony on
behalf of the Secretary of the Navy and
said,
'Your laudable successes are being rec-
ognized by DoN's top leaders. Your
accomplishments prove how a strong
command-wide focus on safety can
reduce mishaps and greatly enhance
overall mission effectiveness, opera-
tional readiness and the quality of life
for all personnel."
"All personnel at NAVAIR Depot Jack-


See NAVAIR, Page 15


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
just in time for the treacherous Memorial Day
weekend, Navy Safety Center Traffic and Off Duty
Recreational Facilitator AOCS(AW) Fred Christian
provided NAS Jax supervisors with a better under-
standing of safety issues facing the Navy in person-
nel losses due to traffic fatalities during the Naval
Safety Center's Traffic Safety Brief Across America
held aboard NAS Jax last Thursday. From left,
Christian, NAS Jacksonville Air Operations AMC
Terminal Officer Lt. Gary White and Air Opera-
tions Leading Chief Petty Officer BMCM(SW/AW)
Kenneth Adams, discuss a DVD entitled "Protecting
Our Own," after the brief.
lic that sports injuries are more likely to occur
when the body has not been properly acclima-
tized, hydrated or trained. Know your limits,

See SUMMER, Page 15


Guests celebrate diversity at

Asian Pacific American Luncheon


Photo by ET2 Bill Lamed
Malia Belleza, 7, delighted audiences
with a special Hawaiian dance during
lunch.


By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
he annual NAS Jack-
sonville Asian Pacific
American Heritage
Luncheon recognizing the
many contributions that the
people from Asia and the
Pacific Islands have made,
was held at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club Thursday. The
base Multi-Cultural Aware-
ness Committee sponsored
the colorful event.
Mila Agloro kicked off the
luncheon with a prideful ren-
dition of "The Star-Spangled
Banner," followed by the
invocation delivered by
Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Dedra
Bell.
NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
introduced the guest speaker


by saying: "I am happy to
introduce Cmdr. Don Albia
from the Naval Branch
Health Clinic Mayport. This
is a fine example of a Pacific
American who has worked
his way up in the Navy. He
enlisted 31 years ago as a
deck seaman and today is a
senior officer."
Albia, a native of Iriga
City, Philippines who will be
promoted to Navy captain
Aug. 1, delivered an interest-
ing speech that included not
only his own achievements
but also the history of
Filipinos serving in the Navy.
During his speech, he
described the exciting life of
the first Filipino to take com-
mand of a ship, the USS
Saginaw. He emphasized the


- Memorial Day Proclamation 2005 -



Prayer



for Peace

On Memorial Day, we honor the men
and women in uniform who have
given their lives in service to our
nation. When the stakes were highest, our
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and
Coast Guards-
men answered
the call of duty
and made the
ultimate sacrifice
for the security of
our country and
the peace of the
world.
Throughout our
nation's history,
members of the
Armed Forces
have taken great
risks to keep
America strong
These proud
patriots have de-
fended the inno- President
cent, freed the George W.Bush
oppressed, and
helped spread th.e promise of liberty to all
corners of the earth. In serving our
Nation, they have been unrelenting in bat-
tle, unwavering in loyalty, and unmatched
in decency. Because o their selfless
courage, millions of people who once lived
under tyranny now are free, and America
is more secure.
On Memorial Day, we remember that
this history of great achievement has been
accompanied by great sacrifice. To secure
our freedom, many heroic service members
have given their lives. This year we mark
the 60th anniversary of the end of World
War II, and we remember the Americans
who died on distant shores defending our
Nation in that war. On Memorial Day and
all year long, we pray for the families of
the fallen and show our respect for the
contributions these men and women have
made to the story of freedom. Our grateful
Nation honors their selfless service, and
we acknowledge a debt that is beyond our
power to repay.
In respect for their devotion to America,
the Congress, by a joint resolution
approved on May 11, 1950, as amended (64
Stat. 158), has requested the President to
issue a proclamation calling on the people
of the United States to observe each
Memorial Day as a day of prayer for per-
manent peace and designating a period on
that day when the people of the United
States might unite in prayer. The
Congress, by Public Law 106 579, has also
designated the minute beginning at 3 p.m.
local time on that day as a time for all
Americans to observe the National
Moment of Remembrance.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W.
BUSH, President of the United States of
America, do hereby proclaim Memorial
Day, May 30, 2005, as a day of prayer for
permanent peace, and I designate the hour
beginning in each locality at 11:00 a.m. of
that day as a time to unite in prayer. I also
ask all Americans to observe the National
Moment of Remembrance beginning at 3
p.m. local time on Memorial Day. I urge
the media to participate in these obser-
vances.
I also request the governors of the
United States and the Commonwealth of
Puerto Rico, and the appropriate officials
of all units of government, to direct that
the flag be flown at half staff until noon on
this Memorial Day on all buildings,
grounds, and naval vessels throughout the
United States, and in all areas under its
jurisdiction and control. I also request the
people of the United States to display the
flag at half-staff from their homes for the
customary forenoon period.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here-
unto set my hand this twentieth day of
May, in the year of our Lord two thousand
five, and of the Independence of the
United States of America the two hundred
and twenty ninth.
GEORGE W. BUSH


See LUNCHEON, Page 15


- I





2 laxAIrNeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 26, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


We're entering the critical days of summer


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
]on Thompson
Fleet Command Master Chief
In less than a week, the
Navy enters the critical
days of summer. From
Memorial Day to Labor Day,
the Navy incurs more off-
duty mishaps and traffic
deaths than it does the
entire rest of the year.
The most alarming fact is
that 100-percent of the
mishaps and deaths are pre-
ventable. Hence, I would
like to discuss with you how
devastating this period is to
our overall readiness, in
addition to the huge emo-
tional toll on the families
and friends of those who
know and serve with those
who become statistics.
In fiscal year 2004, 119
Sailors and Marines died in
motor vehicle crashes and
another 32 died in off-duty/
recreational incidents.
That's 151 Sailors and
Marines who died because
of poor judgment!
This summer, the Navy
has three specific goals that
depend on your commit-
ment: To raise awareness,,
to teach skills and behavior
that result in mishap reduc-
tion, and to provide alterna-
tives to high-risk behavior.
The goals look great on
paper, but for the Navy to
achieve them, each and
every one of you needs to
cooperate and understand
the decisions you make on a
daily basis, on and off duty,
will ultimately dictate how
well we do...and whether or
not you enjoy your summer
in the sun or in the hospital.


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
As we enter summer,
most of you will be spending
more time outside. The days
are longer, everyone seems
to be in a better mood, and
there's a more carefree atti-
tude.
The summer months also
see more Navy people trans-
fer than any other time of
the year and the summer
months are prime vacation
months. Because of this,
more Sailors are on the
highways, making long
trips, than at any other time
of the year.
Unfortunately, the longer
days, warm weather and
increased travel bring with
it dangers that, if not under-
stood, have the potential of
ruining your (or your fami-
ly's) summer.
While most look forward
to summer, I know only too
well that many of you think
you're invincible. You think
accidents only happen to
other people and that you
think combining alcohol and
driving isn't as bad as oth-


ers say it is. The problem is
I know you're wrong .
dead wrong. The most dis-
tressing part of my job is
hearing about Sailors who
lose their lives because they
were careless.
Shipmates, do your ship-
mates, your family, yourself,
and me a favor. Make a
commitment to be safe this
summer. When you consid-
er how most of our accidents
and deaths occur, it's not
hard to realize how to over-
come the risks. Here are a
few quick tips to avoid the
top hazards:
Never combine alcohol
and driving, not a car, a
boat, a jet ski, a motorcycle.
Always wear your seat-
belts! Make sure others in
wear theirs as well.
Slow down! Obey the
speed limit. Excessive speed
kills, it's that simple. If you
plan accordingly, you won't
need to be in such a hurry.
If you're going to take a
trip, get plenty of rest and
limit your mileage to about
500 miles in a single day. If
you feel drowsy, stop and get
some rest.
** If you're going to swim,
ensure you have a buddy.
Of course, not all Sailors
die on the highways or out
on the water. We also lose
Sailors in off-duty mishaps
that are not as statistically
significant. Sailors have
died falling off roofs. Sailors
have also shot themselves,
lost limbs in power tools,
and probably many other
means that could only be
described as reckless.
Summer is a wonderful


time of year. However, if
you're young, you're more at
risk than you might believe.
In fiscal year 2004, 43 per-
cent of all recreational
mishaps happened to
Sailors between 18 and 22.
Additionally, 19 percent of
the fatalities occurred while
riding ATVs/off-road motor-
cycles, and 14 percent were
due to drowning.
Oh, and age isn't the only
prime factor. More than 65
percent of all our fatalities
happen at night, particular-
ly on weekends. If you think
alcohol is a prime factor in
most accidents and fatali-
ties, you're right. I've per-
sonally found that alcohol
(in moderation) is only good
when mixed with good food.
.. nothing else.
My final challenge to
each of you as you head into
summer is to look out for
each other and your fami-
lies. All of us have made
dumb decisions, but how
many times have you
changed your mind about
something because a family
member or friend told you,
'hey, that's pretty stupid, I
don't' think you should do
that.' Advice like that is
priceless!
Supervisors: You have a
responsibility to personally
counsel your Sailors on how
to be safe in off-duty activi-
ties. Talk with your Sailors
about their vacation plans.
Good leadership does not
stop at "liberty call". Your
Sailors look up to you and,
contrary to popular belief,
they do listen to you.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Memorial Day is for remembrance, not shopping


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


T he day after Thanks-
giving I woke up at an
ungodly hour to stand
in line at Toys R Us and buy
my boys a stuffed donkey
from the movie Shrek. On
New Year's Day I ran out to
the department stores and
bought some make-up to get
a "free gift." And, yes, I once
dove on my belly into a
room filled with so many
"clearance shoes," I couldn't
see the carpet below.
I love a sale.
But each year, around this
time, I open the newspaper
and see words that make
my deal-loving heart cringe:
Memorial Day Sale, Memor-
ial Day Extravaganza, Me-
morial Day Clearance,
and-the absolute most
shocking-Memorial Day
Blow Out Sale.
Since when did Memorial
Day become synonymous
with shopping? Why has the
day we've set aside to honor
those who died for our free-
dom become nothing more
than a reason to buy a new
mattress? At what point did
we begin to associate


Memorial Day with every-
thing-"the day the neigh-
borhood pool opens," "the
day our family eats fried
chicken in the park;" "the
day I can start wearing
white shoes again"-except
a time to remember and
honor those who have died
for our country?
I don't have these
answers, so I set out to do
research online and was
immediately "sidetracked"
by one site in particular:
www.arlingtoncemetry.org.
Here's what I learned:
*Each year, just before
Memorial Day weekend,
every soldier in the 3rd US
Infantry, assigned to Ar-
lington National Cemetery
and the U.S. Soldier's and
Airmen's Home National
Cemetery, works around the
clock to place more than
280,800 small American
flags precisely one-foot and
centered in front of every
gravestone and niche. The
ceremony is known as "flags
in," and the 3rd US Infantry
remains in the cemetery all
weekend to ensure that no
flag is removed.
*The Tomb of the Un-


known Soldier at Arlington
National Cemetery is guard-
ed 24 hours a day, 365 days
a year-no matter the
weather!-by Tomb Guard
Sentinels, whom are all vol-
unteers from the 3rd US
Infantry.
*Before being granted the
privilege to volunteer as a
Tomb Guard Sentinel, sol-
diers are put through a rig-
orous selection process.
Among the many qualifica-
tions required, soldiers must
(1) memorize seven pages of
the cemetery's history and
recite it verbatim; (2) memo-
rize the history and grave-
stone location of more than
300 veterans.
*Select Guards who pass
more intensive testing will
be given the honor of wear-
ing the silver Tomb Guard
Identification Badge. Since
the prestigious badge was
created in 1958, only 539
soldiers have earned the
right to wear one.
*The Tomb Guard
Identification Badge is
unique in that it can be
revoked-even after the sol-
dier is no longer on active
duty-for any behavior that


is deemed dishonorable to
the Tomb.
Apparently the United
States Military views Me-
morial Day and its veterans
as deserving of more than a
50 percent off discount. For
them, Memorial Day isn't
just a day off. In fact, it is a
day of great work and dedi-
cation.
Yet, obviously, we can't all
be at Arlington National
Cemetery this Memorial
Day and the majority of us
don't have near the disci-
pline to be a Tomb Guard
either. But we can do our
part. We can honor Memor-
ial Day the way it should be
honored-with remem-
brance.
This holiday weekend
save time to remember.
Time to be thankful. Time to
be grateful. And save the
shopping for another day.

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


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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


Hey, MoneyMan:
I can not get out of debt.
It seems every time I get a
pay raise or pay off one of
my bills, something bad
happens. If I add up my
credit card balances, my
wife and I are over $10,000
in debt. We make pay-
ments on every card every
month but things never
improve. What should I do?
MoneyMan Sez:
Unfortunately, you are on
the credit card merry-go-
round and can not get off.
You and your wife are
spending more money than
you make each month so
the situation gets worse,
not better. According to a
recent article in Reader's
Digest there is no miracle
cure for getting out of debt.
It requires spending less
than you earn and it may
take several years. There
are three basic steps:
Get organized. Keep
track of every penny you
spend, balance your check-


book every month, and pay
bills on time to avoid late
fees.
Negotiate with creditors.
Call your credit card com-
pany and ask for a lower
interest rate. You will be
surprised to learn how
many of them will lower
the rates simply because
you asked. If they refuse,
shop around for a lower
rate and transfer your bal-
ances to that card.
Get to work! Terry
Savage says if you double
your minimum monthly
payment and never change
another thing, your credit
card will be paid off in
about three years, no mat-
ter the amount. Can't
afford that? Consider
working a second job specif-
ically to pay off your debt.
Then do not let your debt
get out of control again.

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


C53 JOHN CARTER

I Job title/command:
Culinary Specialist

Hometown: Chicago


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS O'Brien (DD
975), USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)

Career Plans: To get a degree in computer
programming.

Most Interesting Experience: Joining
the Navy and seeing different parts of the
world.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest.
--




NOEMI VERDECIIS

S Job title/command:
I/ NAS Jax Security Manager

Hometown: New York City

Family Life: Married for 20 years with three
children.

Past Duty Stations: Naval Air Depot Jax,
Atlantic Fleet Weapons Training Facility, Puerto
Rico

Career Plans: To continue to serve as the I
base security manager and retire in five years
and travel the world.

I Most Interesting Experience: Raising
emy children. I learn something new from them
each day.


Words of Wisdom: The spirit, the will to
win and the will to excel are the things that
endure. These qualities are so much more
important than the events that occur.


NAS Jacksonville to host

Technology Exposition 2005
Be the first to view the latest advancements in tech-
nology during the Technology Exposition 2005. The
exposition, sponsored by the 6th Communications
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, networks, computer equipment and evalua-
tion tools, communication technology, recording tools, sys-
tem integration, management software, training and IT
support and communication solutions, audiovisual presen-
tation products, imaging accessories, video conferencing
integration, systems and storage, office equipment and
much more.
For more information, visit www.ncsi.com.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager' Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 26, 2005 3


Health Fair provides


information, screenings

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville ;/
Public Affairs


N aval Hospital Jack-
sonville took health
awareness to the
streets on May 20 as
numerous hospital clinics,
health agencies and med-
ical personnel shared
expertise and information
at the ninth annual Health
Fair.
The event held in the
NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange Courtyard drew
the interest of more than
700 NEX and Commissary
patrons as they stopped by
to browse displays, to talk
with medical personnel and
to get health benefit infor-
mation.
Many also advantage of
basic health tests available
on the spot. These included
hearing screenings, blood
pressure checks, bone mar-
row donor screenings and
diabetes glucose checks.
Marsha Childs, Cus-
tomer Relations Depart-
ment division officer, said,
"This annual event is a ter-
rific opportunity for Naval
Hospital Jacksonville cus-
tomers to learn what the
hospital has to offer in vari-


Safety Standdown


Photos by HN Dulce Perez
Cmdr. Alice Whitley from Naval Hospital's Nutrition
Management Department shares healthy dietary tips with
NEX/Commissary patron Sara Knight.


ous clinics and programs, to
gain valuable information
on a wide variety of health
topics and to learn how
they can be an active part-
ner with their healthcare
provider in maintaining
their good health and the
health of their families."
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville participants in the
Health Fair included:


Lt. Sarah Goldman and HM3 Sheena Causby make use of a
visual aid to educate Joice Tanner at the Occupational
Therapy display table.


Audiology, the Substance
Abuse Rehabilitation
Program (SARP), the
Physical Therapy and
Occupational Therapy
Department, the Pharmacy,
the Family Practice Clinic,
the Urology Clinic, the
Breast Health Nurse,
Ribbons to Roses Breast
Cancer Survivor Group, the
Diabetic Clinic, the
Nutrition Management
Program, the Wellness
Center, the Emergency
Department, General
Surgery, the Endoscopy
Suite, the Orthopedic
Clinic, Pastoral Care,
Preventive Medicine,
Dental, the Exceptional
Family Member Program,
Naval Branch Health
Clinic Jacksonville and
Customer Relations.
Representatives were
also on hand from the
Veterans Administration,
TRICARE and United
Concordia to answer ques-
tions concerning benefits.
For more information on
what Naval Hospital
Jacksonville has to offer
visit navalhospitaljax.com
on the Internet.


Photo by J01 Mike England
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Director John Bushick as he attempts a field sobrety test while wearing fatal vision glass-
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base theater. The standown was held to remind NAS lax Sailors and civilian employees
what can happen if they choose to drive drunk over the upcoming Memorial Day week-
end.


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Battle of Midway dinner set


Photo courtesy of HS-5


Group of NJROTC cadets from Altamonte Springs were recently given a tour of HS-5 by Lt
:j.g. Anthony Allard (far left) and AW2 Kenneth Hyman.


HS-5 hosts static display


for NJROTC cadets


'From HS-5
JROTC cadets from
Altamonte Springs
paid a visit to HS-5
to get an up close look at a
Navy SH-60F helicopter
recently. The cadets were
greeted by Navy Pilot and
HS-5 Public Affairs Officer
Lt. j.g. Anthony Allard and
AW2 Kenneth Hyman.
Allard gave a brief
;description of the various
missions HS-5 conducts
including anti-submarine
'Warfare and Search and


Rescue. He also answered
questions about how to
become a naval aviator and
how helicopters fly.
Allard showed a group of
cadets the cockpit while
Hyman showed another
group the cabin.
Allard explained the
cockpit controls and various
switches and displays. He
described the tactical dis-
play in the middle of the
instrument panel and what
it looks like when the crew
is tracking a submarine.
He also showed the arma-


ment panel where the copi-
lot can arm and launch tor-
pedoes.
Hyman showed the
cadets the sonar equipment
located in the cabin and
also the equipment used by
rescue swimmers to save
downed pilots.
The cadets had ample
time to ask questions and
take pictures. The cadets
enjoyed being able to see
the helicopters up close and
learned a great deal about
the HS community. ,


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he Navy League of
Mayport is hosting
this year's Battle of
Midway Commemoration
Dinner. Tickets are now on
sale for this year's event,
which will be held June 4
at the Radisson Riverwalk
Hotel on Jacksonville's
Southbank.
The guest speaker will be
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Vern Clark. Other
distinguished veterans of
the historic battle will also
attend this year's dinner.
Ticket prices are: active
duty E6 and below $20;
E7 to 03, $30; 04 to 05,
$40 and 06 and above,
civilians and retirees $50.
The cost includes an
evening of fine dining and
entertainment, cama-
raderie and reserved seat-
ing. Uniform will be dinner
dress white jacket for 04
and above and
dinner dress white/dress
whites for E9 and below.
Cocktails begin at 6:30 p.m.


Photo by Photographer 2rd Class William G. Roy/U.S. Navy
Scene on board USS Yorktown (CV-5), shortly after she was
hit by three Japanese bombs on June 4, 1942, during the
Battle of Midway. Dense smoke is from fires in her uptakes,
caused by a bomb that punctured them and knocked out her
boilers. The man with the hammer at right is probably cover-
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Tickets may be purchased
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Mayport at 285-8731, USO
Mayport at 246-3481, USO
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NAS Jax CMC at 542-2934
and Blount Island 1st Sgt.
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Dinner.


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'Pro's Nest' welcomes back members of VP-18


By Ryan Crook
Special Contributor
he men of VP-18,
brought together by
circumstances in the
world 55 years ago, were
brought together once
again May 12 at the NAS
Jacksonville-based VP-30
"Pro's Nest" to regale old
stories, talk of new ones
and share a laugh the way
they did those many years
ago.
The visit began with a
service at All Saints
Chapel, where stories could
be overheard from the men
and their spouses. Some of
them shared stories of
friends and talked of old
ports of call. Most however,
talked about their favorite
subject; planes, more specif-
ically the P2V Neptune, the
predecessor to the P3-C
Orion.
After the service, the
group was transported to
the VP-30 auditorium
where pilots and instruc-
tors from VP-30 explained
the nuances of the plane
and what its functions are.
Following the briefing, the
VP-18 veterans took a tour
of a P-3 and asked ques-
tions about the plane and
how it handles. Some
laughed at the luxury
offered to the pilots in the
P-3C, such as touch screen


Photos by Ryan Crook
Members of VP-18, which decommissioned in 1968, paid a visit to VP-30 May 12 to remi-
nisce..


instruments.
Two of those men, Ed
Cuerno and Bill Chandler,
have remained friends from
more than half of a century.
They went to college on the
GI Bill and went on to have
successful jobs after their
service in VP-18. They have
also met regularly for
reunions. The last reunion
was held here at NAS
Jacksonville in 2000.
"I remember when Beach
Boulevard opened from
Southside' Boulevard,"
Chandler recalled of


Jacksonville in the 1950's.
"It was nothing but palmet-
tos all the way to' the
beach."
Both Cuerno and
Chandler left the Navy at
the ages of 22 and 21,
respectively. Their journeys
with VP-18 took them all
over the world. During
their first deployment in
1951 with the Sixth Fleet,
their main task was sub-
marine hunting. Most of
the time, when not encoun-
tering Russian subs, they
encountered Russian boats


posing as fishing trawlers.
"Most trawlers had radio
equipment," said Bill
Funke, a member of VP-18.
Both the men on the P2Vs
and the trawlers listened to
each other in an almost
polite courtesy; each know-
ing the other was there.


After leaving the Navy,
Cuerno studied accounting
in college and went on to
work for the United States
Postal Service, from which
he eventually retired.
Chandler went onto receive
a degree in business admin-
istration and went on to
work for. Ford Motor
Company.
"The Navy was a stepping
stone to the rest of my life,"
Cuerno said. By the age of
22, Cuerno had been all
over the world and had
seen and done things that
most people could not do in
a lifetime.
During the conclusion of
the service, a roll call was
held for those members of
VP-18 no longer living.
Members silently ap-
proached the pulpit and
called off a row of names.
Each man's ear was at-
tuned to the list, listening
for old friends. Some held
tissues and bowed heads
when a certain name was
called, silently remember-
ing their old friends while
taps played in the back-
ground.


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the now decommissioned VP-
18, with his squadron cap.
Their visit to the Pro's
Nest of VP-3 concluded
with a luncheon at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club where
the stories and laughs con-
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Navy Nurse Corps turns 97

NavHosp Jax nurses
among NE Florida's
'Great 100'


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville celebrated
the 97th Navy
Nurse Corps Birthday on
May 13. The Corps' birth-
day follows National
Nurses Week, May 6-12,
and marks the date in 1908
when the Corps was found-
ed.
The Navy Nurse Corps'
motto is "to promote, pro-
tect, and restore the health
of all entrusted to our care
anytime, anywhere." Today
3,000 active-duty and 2,000
Reserve nurses deliver on
that motto everyday, on the
home front and at the front
lines.
Four Naval Hospital
Jacksonville nurses whose
service has been the epito-
me of that motto were
recently honored with
selection to the ranks of the
"Great 100 Nurses of
Northeast Florida." "Great
100 Nurses of-Northeast
Florida, Inc.," which spon-
sors this annual event, has
as its mission raising nurse
scholarship money, cele-
brating nursing in the com-
munity, and promoting sup-
port for the profession in
our region.
The Naval Hospital
Jacksonville nurses were
honored along with 96
other Northeast Florida
Nurses at a May 14 dinner
at the Adam's Mark Hotel


Photos by HM2 Michael Morgan
Lts. Matt Rivera, Robert Barrett, Jason Penfold and Lt. Cmdr. Valerie Morrison (not shown)
were recently honored as four of this year's "Great 100 Nurses of Northeast Florida." Their
peers from throughout this area bestow this honor on these outstanding nurses.
in downtown Jacksonville. clinical practice guidelines than 300 patients per day.
Naval Hospital Jackson- and nursing practice Rivera orchestrated a
ville Director of Nursing changes which significantly "team approach" to care
Services Capt. Nancy Silki enhanced care in the that resulted in outstand-
also recognized the four Emergency Department. ing patient satisfaction and
during a Nurse Corps He is described as an excel- positive staff morale.
birthday celebration on the lent instructor and mentor Rivera has given oral pre-
NAS Jacksonville Quarter- for junior personnel. sentations at national con-
deck May 13. Penfold's career goal is to ferences and has published
Selected from Naval become a certified regis- on topics related to nursing
Hospital Jacksonville were tered nurse anesthetist. He and healthcare. Rivet-a's
Lt. Jason Penfold, Lt. Matt recently secured a nomina- experience also includes
Rivera, Lt. Robert Barrett tion and interview to service in Operation Iraqi
and Lt. Cmdr. Valerie become one of only two Freedom with the First
Morrison. Penfold is a Staff/ Navy Nurse Corps White Marine Expeditionary
Charge Nurse for Naval House nurses assigned to Force as a critical care
Hospital Jacksonville's the President of the United nurse. His superiors'
Emergency Medical De- States. describe him as "a role
apartment and the Division Rivera, the Family Prac- model for corpsmen, nurses
Officer for the Acute Care tice Clinic's division officer, and doctors."
Clinic. Penfold helped guides more than 85 staff Barrett is a critical care
develop evidence-based in providing care to more nurse serving as the


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Lt. j.g. James Hinkle, shortly after being promoted to his pres-
ent rank, assists Naval Hospital Jacksonville Director of
Nursing Services Capt. Nancy-Silki in cutting the Nurses
Corps birthday cake celebrating the Corps' 97th year.


Division Officer (Nurse
Manager) for the NAS
Jacksonville Branch Health
Clinic. He is in charge of 70
staff members providing
education and training.
His background includes
Operation Iraqi Freedom
.service on an eight-member
Forward Resuscitative
Surgical Service (FRSS)
team that delivered life-
saving damage control sur-
gery to trauma patients
near the front lines. Back
home, Barrett voluntarily
works extra hours in
Critical Care and the
Emergency. Department to
keep up skills.
Morrison is the hospital's
Manpower Management
department head. This
highly motivated leader

has chaired numerous hos-


pital committees working
with administrative activi-
ties related to improving
processes and fiscal
accountability. An example
of her oversight skills is a
recent command-wide effi-
ciency review process that
resulted in cost-avoidance
of $1.5 million.
Committees she's chaired
include the Command
Staffing and Competency
Committee, which monitors
compliance with Joint
Commission on the
Accreditation of Healthcare
Organizations (JCAHO)
human resources standards
and the Nursing Resources
Committee. Off-duty,
Morrison is a mother of a
toddler who is currently
completing a PhD in busi-
ness.


Health Notes:

What you should know about skin cancer


By Lt. Sarah Digby, D.O.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
O ver one million peo-
ple are diagnosed
with skin cancer
each year. The majority of
skin cancers are a type
called basal cell carcinoma
or squamous cell carcinoma.
These can cause a lot of
damage to the skin if left
untreated. Another more
serious type is called
melanoma. This serious type
of skin cancer causes more
than 75 percent of all skin
cancer deaths. One out of 71
Americans will get
melanoma during their life-
time. The earlier melanoma
is found, the more likely the
person will not have serious
complications from this dis-
ease.
Who is at risk for skin
cancer?
Skin cancer is a disease
that can affect anyone.
Some people are more at
risk than others. The more
exposure you have to the
sun, either from work, play,
or sunbathing, the greater
your risk. Tanning beds sig-
nificantly increase your risk
of developing skin cancer.
A person's skin type also
affects their risk for skin
cancer. Light skin coloring,
skin that burns easily, or
freckles increases your risk.
Having multiple or different
appearing moles also
increases your risk for skin
cancer.
Another important fact is
that a past history of skin
cancer suggests that your
skin has already had dam-
age and you may be more
prone to skin cancer over
time. Finally, a family histo-
ry of skin cancer is a con-
cern especially if your fami-
ly member had a history of
malignant melanoma.
How do I check my skin to
see if I have signs of skin
cancer?
Screening for skin cancer
involves learning the
ABCDE's. "A" stands for


Asymmetry of the lesion or
mole. This usually means
you should be concerned if
the mole is not round in
shape. The "B" is for Border
irregularity meaning that
the border is not smooth. "C"
is for Color changes or dif-
ferent colors within the
same area of the mole.
These can black, red, or
brown. "D" is for a Diameter
greater than 6mm, which is
roughly the size of the top of
a pencil eraser. "E" stands
for Enlargement or change
in size of the mole. These
are reasons to see your doc-
tor about a concerning skin
lesion. You should also talk
to your doctor if you have a
mole that is not healing,
bleeds, or is painful.
Finally, lesions that are
raised, smooth, shiny, waxy,
and may have small blood
vessels within the lesion are
concerning and should be
seen by your doctor.
At this point, you may
want to know how you can
protect yourself and your
family from skin cancer.
The best way to protect
your self against skin cancer
is to avoid too much-sun
exposure, especially during
the midday hours from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Clearly, you cannot stay
out of the sun all the time.
Still, when you are outdoors
you can decrease your risk
of cancer by wearing protec-
tive clothing such as hats,
shirts, and sunglasses. Also
don't forget to always use
sunscreen. -
Hats should have a wide
brim, and if you wear a
baseball cap remember that
your ears and the back of
your neck are exposed to the
sun and need more frequent
sunscreen application.
Of course long sleeve
shirts and pants give the
most protection from the
sun, but at the very least
wear a shirt or a cover-up.
Bear in mind that not all
clothing is equally protec-
tive. For example, a white


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SPF value of 6 and if that
shirt is wet it provides even
less protection from the sun.
With regard to sunscreen,
you should use at least SPF
15 before you go out into the
sun and it should be reap-
plied every two hours or
after swimming, toweling
off, or sweating.
The last part of good sun
protection is sunglasses. The
wrap-around type of glasses
offer the best protection for
your eyes. Keep in mind
that sunglasses help pre-
vent cataracts, a condition
that damages eyesight.
Finally, remember that
even in the shade you are
still getting sun exposure
from the rays that reflect off
water, sand, or even cement.
So always wear sunscreen
when playing or working
outdoors.
This is one in a series of
health care related articles
published by the Department of
Family Practice Residency
Training Program at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville. Digby is
a physician in the Family
Practice Clinic.


Charles L. Bryner Jr. M.

* Board Certified
* Fellow American
Academy of Family
Physicians
* Navy Physician for 26 yrs.

"Military Family Physician
of the Year 1998"


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"Mauler" flag football team during the championship game.


By Lt. j.g. Helen Watson
VS-32 PAO
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April 30. The cup' was presented by
Commander, Sea Control Wing
Atlantic (CSCWL) Capt. Ted Algire, to
the team who won the most points
overall in a multi-sport competition
held during the 29th annual Viking
Week April 25-30.
The championship was held at NAS
Jacksonville and consisted of seven
sports: flag football, tennis, softball,
golf, volleyball, basketball and a 5K
run. The Maulers competed for the
championship against teams from VS-
22, VS-24, VS-30, VS-31, the Sea
Control Weapons School, Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detach-
ment, and CSCWL.
Points were awarded to the team or
individual who placed first, second, or
third in each event. First place war-
ranted 10 points, the second place
winner earned six points, and third
place received two points. The
Maulers placed in three tournaments,
including a clean sweep of the 5K
run. VS-32 won second place in the
softball and flag football events, and
Lt. Cmdrs. Chris Colling, Kevin


The VS-32 "Maulers" flag football team took second during the Viking Week tourna-
ment championship.
Quarderer and Robert Patrick pulled sporting events, and the Maulers
out wins for first, second, and third were excited to compete against the
place, respectfully, in the 5K run. other Viking teams. The sports cham-
According to Cmdr. Mark Gdnzales, pionship, along with the other Viking
who coordinated the championship, Week events, allowed for all those
the sweep in the 5K run is what "real- involved with the S-3B Viking on the
ly put VS-32 over the top" for the cup. East Coast to come together and have
Great times were had in all the some good, mostly clean, fun.


Reaching
By Chaplain Lt. Troy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel
Riding into work I
notice people run-
ning their PRT on
Perimeter Road. There is
such a diverse mixture of
runners, some fast, some
middle of the road and then
there are those who appear
to be in a great battle to
survive and reach finish the
race."
Running has a lot to do
with your mindset. When
you first start off, the body
often tells you to give up,
just walk, and take it easy.
About the time your body is
telling you to quit your
mind should start to think
of reasons why you should
run.
For instance, you might
need to send a mental mes-
sage to your body that you
cannot quit for you have to
pass this test. Or, you might
send the message that you
know from experience that
things will improve as you
establish that rhythm and
gain that "second wind."
Some people have told me
that running is "mind" over
matter. Experienced run-
ners reveal that you can set
"marked goals" (i.e. to that
large tree down the road) to
run towards. All through
the run you establish goals
that are realistic.
Once you reach a goal you
can do a re-evaluation in
which you acknowledge you
made it okay so far, that
you are not dying and you
can go on towards the next
goal. It is important to


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Troy Todd
yourself "I can't
have come too fa
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to running. Ru
knowledge of th<
they know where
line is located.
our lives, it is
establish realis
achieve. Like a
need to establish
are within our
can be met witl
of perseverance.
Sir Winston
views perseve
when he said'
highest against
not with it". S
heights, set s
goals as you wo
your dreams an
grasp those goa
in your reach.
We can achieN
we set our niind
greatest hindran
ing our goals m
way we establish]
to view situation
A wise man or
"Good things to
never come easi
work has its rew
The "most
thing about mc
goal setting. Y


goals one step
mark a always have a goal"
goal that (Francie Larrieu Smith). Do
is visible you have a positive, attain-
and at- able, realistic goal that you
tainable. can accomplish in the next
-Eventu- few months or year?
ally, af- Goals help motivate peo-
ter you ple to reach down deep
have run inside themselves and find
some dis- an unknown source of inspi-
t a n c e ration. Set your mind right
you re- now to reach your goals.
mi n d Grow into the person you
quit now I are capable of becoming.
lr." Don't settle for second best,
ie compared instead do your very best at
nners have reaching your dreams one
e course and marked attainable realistic
re the finish goal at a time.
As we live Speaking on the issue of
essential to setting goals, Jim Rohn
tic goals to once said, "If you go to work
runner, we on your goals, your goals
[h goals that will go to work on you. If
reach and you go to work on your
h a mindset plan, your plan will go to
work on you. Whatever good
Churchill things we build end up
rance best building us".
"Kites rise This is the point for clari-
the wind ty. This is the time that you
oar to new lay aside the "negative
ail to new imprints" upon your mind
irk to fulfill from those key people in
d stretch to your life that have told you
als that are you can't, your not good
enough, those negative
ve anything thoughts that. try to keep
d to do. Our your talents and qualities
ice to reach- locked away.
light be the Today is the day that you
h our minds trample negative images
is in life. and establish the image of a
nce told me, victorious person who is


have in life
ly and hard
'ards".
important
motivation is
You should


at a time
ready to climb the tallest
mountain to reach your
goal. Step out; establish a
marked trail to reach your
goals. Stay with the race,
run past the aches and pain
life brings you. Catch that
second wind that resonates
from optimistic persevering
hope. Visualize where you
need to go and how to get
there in order to reach your
goals. Enjoy the freedom
that comes when you face
the future full of motivation
and direction.
No one can quench your
zest to fulfill your goals.
People may try to slow you
down but hang in there and
keep "running the race of
life that leads to a victori-
ous finish."
Keep away from people
who try to belittle your
ambitions. Small people
always do that, but the real-
ly great ones make you feel
that you too, can become
great. (Mark Twain).
Your talent is God's gift to
you. What you do with it is
your gift back to God (Leo
Buscaglia).
Trust in the Lord with all
your heart, and lean not on
your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowl-
edge Him and He shall
direct your paths.
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t was raining "cats and dogs" and I was late' for phys-
ical training.
Traffic was backed up at Fort Campbell, Ky., and
was moving way too slowly. I was probably going to be
late and I was growing more and more impatient.
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Memorial Grove, the site built to honor the soldiers who
died in the Gander airplane crash, the worst redeploy-
ment accident in the history of the 101st Airborne
Division (Air Assault).
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Medical personnel assess a victim wilh head injuries.


any situation


"nw \ ith hurricane sea-
son beginning
WV Next week and the
possibilities of tornadoes
spawning in the area, emer-
gency responders at NAS
Jacksonville honed their
skills Thursday as they
were called to the scene
where a simulated F-4 tor-
nado had touched down
damaging a building filled
S with students.
The drill brought out
members of the NAS Jax
Fire Department, Security.
Safety and Naval Hospital
Jax who spent several
v hours extricating and triag-
ing 30 victims.
As emergency crewmem-
bers responded to the scene,
they found a vehicle
wrapped around a tree with
two victims who had to be
rescued with the Jaws of
Life, another on the roof
and victims strewn
throughout the building.
Realizing there were
numerous victims inside the
building, the firefighters
carefully opened the door as
smoke billowed out.
Although they found no fire,
they immediately ventilated
the building making their
way through a maze of
destroyed furniture. One by
one, they located the casual-
ties and safely moved them
to the triage area where
teams of medical personnel
were standing by. Other
^ firefighters freed the vic-
Stims in the vehicle and
helped a woman off the roof.
While inside the building
l another scenario was
played out as one of the fire-
fighters was injured after
crawling through a tunnel
to another location in the
building to help save anoth-
er victim. His teammates
quickly pulled him to safety.
Within 45 minutes. all the
victimss were accounted for


Lt. James Sherer, a firefighter at the NAS Jax Fire Department, relays some information to the
site commander before entering a smoky building.


A firefighter from the NAS Jax Fire Department surveys the scene as two victims lie in the back
of a car that was wrapped around a tree during a simulated F-4 tornado drill Thursday.
In the past, we've held .
weapons of mass destruc- -~, -.
tion and hazardous mrateri-
al drills. Since hurricane
season is coming up and I
there are usually tornadoes
associated with hurricanes,
we decided to hold a torna-


NAS lax Firefighters rescue a do drill," said Assistai
viclim off Ihe roof of Building Chief of Training
583 after a tornado detaslal- Lanier, who set up tt
ed Ihe area during a drill nario.
Thursday. "It's just something
and were being treated by tle different from ou
medical personnel.
"This is our quarterly
mass casualty disaster drill. See DRLL, Page 1


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Firefighter James Rader uses the Jaws of Life to rapidly
remove victims from a car wreck.


Some of the injured who were unable to walk were transported by litter to the triage area.


After freeing a victim buried underneath furniture, firefighters
assess his injuries.


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Firefighter James Rader and Firefighter Lt. Lamar May rescue an accident victim from a damaged car.
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Capt7 Jim Higgins of the Branch Medical Clinic examines a
critically injured victim during the drill.


Medical personnel evaluate a victim in the triage area before
transporting him to Naval Hospital Jacksonville.


DRILL: Security,

fire and medical

personnel get

vital training

From Page 10

drills. I think our guys did a great job. It took them a little
while to get into the building but they had to ensure it
was safe before they entered. They did what they were
supposed to do."
"I think this was a great scenario. It's good for everyone
to get out and practice their skills. I think it went pretty
well. It was a little different than what we are used to. It's
good for us to be prepared and be ready during hurricane
season," said Firefighter Rodney Clark, after the drill.
The drill not only allowed fire department and medical
personnel to get some training, but also members of the
security department. "Our primary role is to contain the
area by keeping news crews and onlookers out and pro-
vide a route for the ambulances and fire vehicles and
crews to get through," remarked NAS Jax Security
Department's Chief of Police Glenn Williams. "We also
assist with search capabilities for the surrounding areas
in case there are more victims away from the disaster
area. We just provide assistance as needed,"
By working together as a team, emergency responders
here seem well prepared for any emergency that might
occur. "I'm pretty well satisfied the way this drill went.
Whenever you have any kind of training exercise, you're
always looking for ways to improve what you do and how
you do it. We'll go back and critique everything and do a
'lessons learned' and do better next time," concluded NAS
Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall. "Overall I'd rate our perform-
ance as outstanding. We got everyone out and mitigated
this drill in about 45 minutes, which is outstanding for
having so many victims. Everyone worked together as a
team."


Firefighters help a victim out of the building.
Photos by
Kaylee LaRocque, ET2(SW) Bill Lamed and H/V Duice Perez


HM3 Amer Mehicevic gives first aid to a victim.





12 Iax r iiWS, NAS Jacksonville, thursday, May 26, 2005


Fisherman, lo

By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
Radio personality familiar to Florida
anglers fascinated NAS Jacksonville
Navy Exchange (NEX) patrons during a
book signing Saturday morning.
Fishing Capt. Rick Ryals, a celebrated sport
angler and boat captain talked to the patrons
visiting the Sporting Goods Department about
his new book "Snappers and Groupers."
Ryals, who is better known as the host of a
sport fishing radio show on WFXJ AM 930
every Saturday morning from 7-9 a.m., has pur-
sued fish everywhere, from the Carolinas to
Venezuela. During his short visit,, his eagerly
.shared techniques and favorite fishing sites
with NEX customers.
The well-known fishing captain has gleaned
his experience from 40 years of sport fishing.
He insists that practicing the basics is impor-
tant before learning new tricks.
"My new book emphasizes the importance of
preparing and planning before heading out to
sea. Anglers should use the winter to prepare


>cal radio personality
basic fishing tools such as hooks and tackle. If
the fish are biting and you don't have the tools
to catch them, you'll miss out. Anglers should
also brainstorm new places to fish each year,"
said Ryals.
AWCM Larry Favors, command master chief
at Commander, Helicopter Squadron Wing U.S. _
Atlantic Fleet, needed advice for catching king- ,. ,
fish. Ryals quickly demonstrated to Favors how
to construct a kingfisher jig with 40-pound fish-
ing line and a hook and said, "Start looking for
kingfish during and after the first full moon in
June."
Other customers wanted to know the best
places to fish in northern Florida. Ryals said he
prefers grouper and snapper fishing between
10- and 40-miles offshore, which he claimed is
as good as anywhere in the United States.
Ryals captains a 35-foot express boat named
the "Dos Amigos" (Two Friends) out of
Jacksonville.
Ryals' book, "Snappers and Groupers," is Fishing Capt. Rick Ryals
available at the NAS Jax NEX. He is planning used to catch kingfish.
to write a series of books and encouraged his Jacksonville, was at the N
audience to watch for future titles. of his book, "Snappers an


visits NAS Jax


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
(right) teaches AWCM Larry Favors the secret technique
Ryals, fishing reporter and host for WFXJ-AM 930 in
IAS Jax Navy Exchange Saturday for a special booksigning
d Groupers."


New 'Families First' Program to improve moving process


By American Forces
Press Service
Full replacement val-
ue for lost or dam-
aged items is among
several changes taking
effect in October as part of
a new program called
"Families First" that aims
to improve the moving
process for military fami-
lies.
"We're going to have a lot
of happier campers,
because they are not going
to be losing any money out
of their pockets like they
did before," said Cullen
Hutchinson of the passen-
ger and personal property
office at the Military
Surface Deployment and
Distribution Command in
Alexandria, Va. According
the Hutchinson, under the
current claims process,
service members only
receive a depreciated value
for property that is lost or
damaged.
For example, a $200 tele-
vision that is lost or dam-
aged might only be valued
at $100 after depreciation,
he said.
With Families First, he
said, "the carrier will either
replace the television with
a similar one or reimburse
the service -member the full
cost of a new one."


Another benefit of
Families First is that serv-
ice members will now deal
directly with the carrier to
arrange direct delivery of
household goods, thus alle-
viating the need for tempo-
rary storage, he said.
"What makes this even
better for the service mem-
bers is that whenever you
have temporary storage,
the more handling of your
household goods, the more
susceptible it is for loss or
damage," he said.
Hutchinson added that
direct delivery will also
save the services money
now spent for temporary
storage.
In Families First, service
members will file settle-
ment claims directly with
the carrier, using a Web-
based claim filing process.
"There will not be a mid-
dle man; the service mem-
ber will be able to address
the carrier directly on the
issue they have," he
explained. "And the carrier
will have an incentive to
take care of that service
member in a positive way."
Service members will be
encouraged to complete a
Web-based customer satis-
faction survey that meas-
ures the performance of
carriers, Hutchinson said,
and that survey will be-


come part of that carried's
record. "If the carrier's per-
formance is poor, then the
amount of business he's
going to get from the gov-
ernment is going tb fall off
or stop completely," he ex-
plained. "So there is a in-
centive there. It's no longer
a competition on cost, but
it's a competition now with
cost and performance."
He said the survey gives
service members a chance
to influence decisions on
whether a carrier continues
to do business with the
Defense Department.
"And that decision is
going to be based on the
performance of that carri-
er," he said.
The result, he said, will
be "more quality carriers,
which will translate into
quality service for our serv-
ice members. And higher
quality carriers will ulti-
mately mean higher quality
moves."
Hutchinson said efforts
like Families First should
help improve the quality of
service in the military mov-
ing industry that trans-
ports the household goods
of more than 500,000 serv-
ice members and their fam-
ilies each year.
He said problems in the
moving industry have
plagued the services for


years, and that efforts to
improve the moving process
have been ongoing since
1994, starting with reengi-
neering of the household
goods process. "The percep-
tions were that DoD was
experiencing a very high
loss and damage rate," he
said. "When we looked at
the numbers, it was signifi-
cantly higher than some of
the corporate accounts."
In addition, he said, claim
rates also were higher for
military moves. While aver-
age military claims ranged
around $500, he said many
corporate claims were in
the range of $100.
In the end, he said, DoD
expects to see a "consider-
able decrease in loss and
damage claims."
"The reason for that is
that the carrier is assuming
a higher. liability for
claims," he said. "So it's in
their best interest to pro-
tect the goods better so
they are not subject to this
loss."
Hutchinson said Families
First also should ease some
of the stress involved with
moving.
"What we're trying to do
is reduce that stress for our
service members so they
can concentrate on more
important things and not
worry about 'my stuff.'"


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Make sure you check your credit


By Lt. Cmdr.
Scott Olivolo
Special Contributor
There is much confu-
sion about the up-
dated Fair Credit
Reporting Act (FACTA)
and the ability of all
Americans to obtain their
"free" credit report.
Soon, you will be able to
get a free, once-yearly
rundown of your borrow-
ing and banking history to
include: credit report
information on where you
live, how timely you pay
your bills, and whether
you've been sued, arrest-
ed, or filed for bankruptcy.
Nationwide consumer
reporting companies sell
the information in your
report to creditors, insur-
ers, employers, and other
businesses that use it to
evaluate your applications
for credit, insurance,
employment, or renting a
home.
The "freebie" credit
report is rapidly making
its way to the Southern
states, and should be
available in Florida by
June 1st.
To see when your credit
report will be available in
your home state, log on to
www.annualcreditreport.c
om. From this Web site,
you will be able to review
your credit file disclosure
from each of the major
credit bureaus: Equifax,
Trans-Union, and Exper-


ion.
According to Mike Ross
at Vystar Credit Union,
"Reports may be stag-
gered, for example a cus-
tomer can order a report
from Equifax in June,
Experion in October, and
Trans-Union in February.
In other words, you can
order one report every
four months."
Depending on whether
or not you plan on making
any large financial pur-
chases within the next few
months (i.e.; buying a
house or new automobile)
you might want to go
beyond the free credit
report and consider order-
ing a copy of your credit
report.
The key advantage of
ordering your credit
report directly from one of
the credit bureaus is
obtaining your credit
"score", which is not listed
on the free credit reports.
Another reason to order
your credit report every
six months or so is to
check for errors. Such
errors can be as small as
incorrect demographic
information or major
issues as identity theft.
Any errors in your cred-


it report can cost you hun-
dreds or thousands of dol-
lars if not addressed
promptly. If you find any
such errors, you should
contact the credit bureau
immediately.
Olivolo is the command
financial specialist at the
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Outdoor pool now



open for business

By Kaylee LaRocque .-
Staff W riter .


Although the day was
somewhat cloudy
and the water was a
tad bit chilly, several fami-
lies braved the conditions
and enjoyed the seasonal
opening Saturday of the
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR)
Outdoor Pool. Hundreds
more lined up patiently
waiting to sign their chil-
dren up for swimming les-
sons this summer.
Classes will begin May 31
and run continuously
throughout the summer
months. "This year, we
decided to hold all the
evening swim classes in the
indoor pool because we
tend to get lots of afternoon
thunderstorms and often
have to close the outdoor
pool. The Saturday morning


Aquatics Director Julie Caudill gives some information to
Tania Woods, who was at the NAS Jax Outdoor Pool Saturday
to sign up her children, Jordan (left) and Matthew for swim
lessons.


classes will still be held at
the outdoor pool," said
MWR Director John
Bushick.


Last year, due to budget
constraints, the indoor pool
was closed during the sum-
mer months. This year,


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Pam Gutierrez helps her 18-month-old son, Boone get used to the water


pool.
after a short closure to
have the filters replaced,
the indoor pool will reopen
in time for swim classes
and lap swimming. "When
you look at the overall oper-
ation, it's not the cost of fil-
trating the water to keep
the pools open, it's the
number of lifeguards we'
need," explained Bushick.
"We are required to have
six lifeguards on the deck
the entire day while the
outdoor pool is open. A lot
of those same lifeguards
are instructors for swim-
ming lessons and can't
watch students and recre-
ational swimmers at the
same time. And then, we
have the lap swimmers and
after hours pool parties. So
we're juggling the same
amount of lifeguards for all
these different events."
.But, according to Bush-


ick, everything is being
worked out. "We are ready
to serve the NAS Jax com-
munity with a fun filled
summer of aquatics so
come on out and enjoy the
pool," he said.
The outdoor pool is open
Tuesday through Saturday
from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
Sunday from 1-6 p.m. The
cost is $2 for active duty,
reservists, retirees and
family members and civil-
ian employees and guests
are $3. Children under six
are free.
MWR also offers swim
lessons throughout the year


in the children's


for both children and
adults.
Learn to Swim program
fees are $30 for eight week-
day classes and $15 for fp,ur
Saturday sessions. Water
aerobic classes are $2 per
class or $10 per month.
The outdoor pool can also
be rented for private arid
semi-private pool parties.
Private parties can, be
scheduled after regular
hours and semi-private dur-
ing normal operating hours.
For more information .on
any of the programs offered
or to make reservations Tfor
pool parties, call 542-3720.


Swim lessons offered


The following swimming classes are offered at the NAS Jax
Outdoor Pool this summer:
Baby and Me (6 months 3 years) A parent and child aquat-
ic experience with games and songs. Participants must be
accompanied by a person tall enough to support the child above
the water in 3'. feet of water. The children must be at least 6
months old and willing to enter the water and participate in-group
activities, games and songs with direct support of an adult part-
ner.
Level 1: Water Exploration Helps students feel comfortable in
the water. Teaches elementary aquatic skills. Students must be
able to enter the water and partake in group activities, games
and songs without parental participation.
Level 2: Primary Skills Gives students success with funda-
mental skills. Teaches beginning locomotion skills. Students must
be able to fully submerge face for three seconds, bob to chin
level with support 10 times, walk 5 yards in chest-deep water
alternating arms.
Level 3: Stroke Readiness Provides additional guided prac-
tice of primary skills and teaches coordination of front and back
crawl. Students must be able to retrieve an object in chest-deep
water, float on their front and back without support for five sec-
onds, swim on their stomach without stomach 5 yards using alter-


nating arm action,
port.


and swim on their back 5 yards without sup-


Level 4: Stroke Development Develops confidence in the


strokes learned previously arid increases endurance by swim-
ming familiar strokes for greater distances. Students must be able
to bob 15 times in chest-deep water, dive into 9 feet of water from
kneeling or compact position, swim front crawl 10 yards, swim
back crawl 10 yards, and perform elementary backstroke kick 10
yards with or without kick-board.
Level 5: Stroke Refinement Coordination and refinement of
basic strokes and butterfly, open turns and rescue skills are intro-
- duced. Students must be able to perform a standing front dive into
9 feet of water, swim elementary backstroke 10 yards, front crawl
25 yards with rotary breathing, back crawl 25 yards and perform
breaststroke and sidestroke kicks 10 yards with or without a kick-
board.
Level 6: Skill Proficiency Strokes are polished so students
swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness.
Flip turns and additional rescue techniques are introduced.
Students must be able to swim breaststroke and sidestroke 10
yards, elementary backstroke 25 yards, front and back crawl 50
yards, dolphin kick 10 yards with or without kick-board and tread
water for two minutes using two different kicks.
Level 7: Advanced Skill Strokes are perfected emphasizing
good fitness habits. Students must be able to swim front and back
crawl 100 yards, breast and sidestroke 25 yards, butterfly 10 yards
and tread water for three minutes (one minute with no hands).
To find out when these classes are offered and cost, stop by the
outdoor pool and pick up a class schedule or call 542-3720.


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last hurdle, the closing.
Finalizing your contract
with your lender, the previ-
ous owner, your realtor, and
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planning and research. The
last thing you want to have
happen is to be surprised
on closing day, either with
fees and costs, or with
unexpected obstacles like a
failed inspection.
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predetermined and spelled
out in your contract offer.
During negotiations with
the seller, you should have
come to agreement with
these fees. On closing day, to
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prised by any of these fees,
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you for it at closing.
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percent of the loan amount,
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SUMMER: Safe driving and safety consciousness vital


From Page 1

don't give in to peer pressure it's
your life that is at risk.
"No matter what activity you
choose, some driving will proba-
bly be involved. When you leave
the comfort and security of your
home for that short trip to the
store or to your vacation spot,
bear in mind that you are enter-
ing a dangerous environment,"
said David Colburn, NAS
Jacksonville deputy safety officer.
"The advent of modern vehicles
and their safety features com-
bined with our nation's well-
designed and marked roads have
all contributed to complacency


and the prevailing attitude that
accidents will happen to others -
and not to us. However, the lat-
est statistics compiled by the
National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration tell quite a differ-
ent story."
Last year, more than 50,000
people were killed in automobile
accidents across America and
nearly three million were injured.
Out of those who were killed, 119
were active duty Sailors and
Marines. Additionally, another 32
died in recreational-related acci-
dents that could have been pre-
vented.
A report released last March by
the Highway Safety Administra-


tion, found that from -1975'
through 2002 Memorial Day
weekend was the fourth most
dangerous time of the year for
traffic fatalities.
According to Colburn, during
the past seven months, privately
owned vehicular accidents
accounted for about 65 percent of
all Navy and Marine Corp fatali-
ties, both on and off-duty, with 49
of our service members dying.
Statistics show that the six pre-
dominant factors associated with
these wrecks were driving
between the hours of midnight
and 6 a.m., driving during the
weekend, not using seatbelts,
drunk driving, speeding, and driv-


er fatigue.
"We encourage our Sailors,
civilians, retirees and family
members, as they plan their
activities for the Memorial Day
weekend, and the rest of summer,
to always consider safety in the
process," Colburn said, emphati-
cally.
"During our safety standdowns,
we always remind our Sailors to
drive defensively, but courteously.
And to allow extra time for the
increased traffic on the roads,
wear your seatbelt, and require
your passengers to wear theirs.
Office picnics, family barbeques
and sports gatherings may
include alcoholic beverages. If so,


drink in moderation and have a
designated driver. Active duty
service members, may call NAS
Jax Club 2000 at 542-2338 for a
free ride from anywhere in the;
Jacksonville area. DoD civilians
who work at NAS Jax, are
patronizing a facility on base, and
find themselves too inebriated to
drive may also call Club 2000.
"This first holiday of the sum-
mer season provides an opportu-
nity for all of us to enjoy a well-.
earned relaxation as well as for*
solemn remembrance. I encour-
age all of you to spend your time
wisely and safely during this
Memorial Day weekend," conclud-
ed Colburn.


NAVAIR: Safety

award earned

From Page 1

sonville, military and civilian, have played a
crucial role in this command's achievement
of the high safety standards recognized by
this award. Employees here take their
responsibility for safety very seriously, and
the evidence is in the statistics," she added.
The mishap statistics for the Navy and
Marine Corps team in 2004 were stagger-
ing with 231 lives lost and one billion in
lost equipment to preventable mishaps.
This unacceptable figure has prompted
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to
challenge all branches of the Armed Forces
to achieve a 50 percent reduction in across
the-board mishaps. And NAVAIR Jax is
leading the way.
Even the loss of one shipmate is one too
many. This is the driving factor for
NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville's Occupational
Safety and Health Manager Chris
Williamson. "I am extremely proud to work
with a team whose sole purpose is to save
lives and improve the employee's quality of
life by implementing rigorous safety pro-
grams," he said.
In all, there are 27 individual safety pro-
grams and sub-programs to manage includ-
ing medical surveillance, hearing and res-
piratory protection, and ergonomics
(including 122 project proposals, and more
than 200 orders for ergonomics items).
Additionally, the safety team inspected all
52-depot buildings during scheduled and
unscheduled inspections.
The aviation program has flown approxi-
mately 28,000 hours over the command's 38
years of service without a Class A or B
mishap. A direct result of the relentless


LUNCHEON: Asian Pacific American observance a hit


Photos courtesy of NAVAIR Depot Jax
Depot Occupational, Safety and Health Team
and NAVAIR OSH Manager (fourth from
right), accept the fiscal year 2004 SECNAV
Safety and Occupational Health Shore Safety
Award. (Left to right) JoAnn Young, Walter
Stewart, Barbara Wright, Grace Sampley,
Frah Stofanik, Deputy Assistant Secretary of
the Navy (Safety) Connie DeWitte, Mary
Peebles, Jeff Lockard, Depot Occupational,
Safety and Health Manager Chris Williamson,
NAVAIR Depot Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. David Beck, Ken Pettersen, Larry
Washburn, Ron Quarterman and Don Lamb.
work efforts of every artisan and flight crew.
In fiscal year 2004, depot personnel have
had zero military off-duty/recreational
mishaps, and over the past five years, zero
government vehicle mishaps and have
reduced total time lost case rates by 55 per-
cent. For an industrial-based command, a
reduction of 55 percent is extremely diffi-
cult to accomplish especially with the
unforgiving dangerous aspects of aviation
maintenance work on aircraft, engines and
components,
"The depot will strive for safety and con-
tinuous improvement in all aspects of the
work to support NAVAIR Depot,
Jacksonville's ultimate commitment, the
warfighter," stated Capt. David Beck, Depot
commanding officer.
"I would personally like to thank each
and every, employee for their dedication to
the depot's mission, taking care of each one
of their teammates, and making this com-
mand one the Navy's most productive and
safest," he concluded.


From Page 1

importance of shared values between dif-
ferent cultures.
"Today's luncheon allows all of us to rec-
ognize the work of our ancestors, including
their sacrifices. No matter what our ethnic
backgrounds are, we cherish and preserve
strong shared values such as family, faith
and honesty," remarked Albia.
Melia Belleza and Anela Johnson, both of
Jacksonville, entertained the audience
with traditional Hawaiian dances while
the Officers' Club staff provided a tradi-
tional Asian buffet.
SK2 Rolita Appling of Aviation Support


SEAOP: First deployment
From Page 4

to benefit from the New Horizons program
during fiscal year 2005.Working side by
side with Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion 1, from Gulfport, Mississippi;
400th Military Police Battalion, from Ft.
Meade, Md. 207th Aviation Battalion from
Ft. Richardson, Alaska; 699th Engineer
Company from Ft. Buchanan, Puerto Rico;
Mobile Operations Command Center,
Willow Grove, Pa.; and the 640th QM-TM
from the Virgin Islands, the SEAOP Det's
team of communications experts provided
the task force with critical voice and data
communications.
This deployment marks several firsts for
the MPR community and the SEAOP Det
including the first time they have deployed
as a mobile operations control Center
(MOCC), the first time a MOCC has ever
deployed via sealift, and the first time
working with the Seabee's. Just getting
ashore with their equipment imposed some


Photo by ET2 Bill Lamed
Cmdr. Don Albia of Naval
Branch Health Clinic May-
port, shares the history of
Filipinos serving in the Navy.


Detachment,
Jacksonville,
was one of the
participants
at this year's
observance. "It
attend as
many her-
itage lunch-
eons as I can
to experience
the culture
and to taste
new cuisine,":
she remarked.


for MPR and SEAOP Det
unique challenges for the New Horizons
team. The only way to safely get into
Gonaives was via landing craft units from
USS Saipan.
According to MPR SEAOP Det's Officern
in-Charge, L.t. j.g Michael Rogers, his
crew's efforts have been nothing short of
amazing. "Their ability to adapt to diffi-
cult and demanding field conditions and
"can-do attitude" is something that their
chain of command, Task Force 24, and
their families back home can certainly be
proud of," he said.
The MOCC is manned by L.t. jg Michael
Rogers, Ensign Alvin Burchfield, ATC
Robert Chancy, IT1 William Johnson, AW1
Chad Wolters, OS2 Benjamin Clanton and
ET2 Stephen Smith.
"New Horizons provided the SEAOP Det
with many new and unique challenges, but
the humanitarian nature of this exercise
inspired us to work tirelessly in overcom-
ing these obstacles and in the end was per-
sonally very rewarding" said Johnson.


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laxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 26, 2005 17


CLOSING: A list of expected fees


From the Florida Department of
Revenue
Taxpayers are getting a 12-day sales
tax holiday on popular hurricane-
preparedness supplies June 1-12. The
public will save approximately $10 million
during this first-ever tax holiday for these
important items. Under the law passed by
the Florida Legislature and signed by
Governor Jeb Bush, no state or local sales
tax will be collected during this timeframe.
Items exempt from sales tax during this
period include:
Qualifying items selling for $20 or less: *
Any portable self-powered light source *
Battery-powered flashlights Battery-
powered lanterns Gas-powered lanterns
* Candles
Qualifying items selling for $25 or less:
Any gas or diesel fuel container
Qualifying items selling for $30 or less:
Batteries including rechargeable (listed
sizes only) AA-cell C-cell D-cell 6-
volt (excluding automobile and boat batter-
ies) 9-volt (excluding automobile and
boat batteries) Coolers (food-storage;
non-electrical) Ice chests (food-storage;
non-electrical) First aid kits (first aid
kits are always exempt from sales tax,
regardless of the sales price)
Qualifying items selling for $50 or less: *
Radios (self-powered or battery- powered)


* Two-way radios (self-powered or battery-
powered) Weather band radios (self- pow-
ered or battery-powered) Tarpaulins
(tarps) Flexible waterproof sheeting
(visqueen) Ground anchor systems Tie-
down kits
Qualifying item selling for $750 or less: *
Portable generator that will be used to pro-
vide light or communications, or to pre-
serve perishable food in the event of a
power outage due to a hurricane. Note:
Battery-powered or gas-powered light
sources and qualifying portable self-pow-
ered radios will qualify for the exemption
even though they may have electrical
cords. The exemption does not apply to the
leasing of any of the above-listed items.
The Department of Revenue will mail a
Tax Information Publication (TIP) to
retailers in early May to help them under-
stand how to comply with the hurricane-
supplies sales tax holiday. The TIP will be
mailed first-class to help ensure that busi-
nesses are able to prepare fdr the holiday.
During the hurricane-preparedness tax
holiday, sales of footwear, clothing, books,
and certain accessories are still taxable.
Florida lawmakers have approved a sepa-
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last nine days of July 2005. For more infor-
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From Page 14

Courier Fee
Lenders may use couriers to deliver
documents to the escrow/settlement firm,
appraisal company, title company, or bro-
ker.
Credit Report Fee
This fee is $50 to $75. The credit report
shows how well you have handled finan-
cial obligations in the past. Lenders often
get credit reports from more than one
bureau, or get a report from a company
that combines credit bureau reports.
Flood Check/
Flood Certification Fee
The lender requires an investigation to
determine if the house is on a flood plain.
This will cost you about $15 to $25. If
your property is in a flood zone, you will
be required to buy flood insurance. The
average annual premium is $300, but
yours will depend on the value of the
home.
Lender Documentation Preparation Fee
This $50 to $250 fee covers the expense
of drafting a mortgage agreement and
other documents for closing. Lenders
often have these prepared by an outside
firm.


Lender Origination Fee
The lender may charge an origination
fee. The typical origination fee is one
point, or 1 percent of the loan amount.
Lender Processing Fee
It costs between $100 and $300 for the
lender to review and process your appli-
cation.
Lender Underwriting Fee
The lender charges you between $150
and $675 to evaluate your application to
determine your ability to pay back your
loan.
Tax Service Fee
You'll pay $20 to $150 for the lender to
find out if your property taxes are paid
on time.
Other fees you will be required to pay
include:
Escrow fees, escrow officers, escrow
instructions, lenders title insurance, title
search, owners title insurance, title
insurance recording fees, title company
document preparation fee, prepaid haz-
ard insurance, prepaid interest, hazard
insurance impound account, mortgage
insurance impound account, mortgage
insurance property tax impound account,
points and taxes.
Look for other helpful articles about
buying a home on LIFELines under
"Housing."


Spring Music Festival
Assist the City of Jacksonville this Saturday by
checking identification and arm bands at the VIP
station and assist with booth activities. Children
under 16 can participate with an adult. For more
information, call Julio Lacayo at 630-1020, Ext. 5.

Summer camps
Serve as an activities assistant for Camp I Am
Special, Camp Care and Camp Promise, These
camps are residential summer camps for children
with disabilities. Sessions are as follows: Camp I
Am Special, May 29 through June 3 and June 5-
10, Camp Care, July 23-28 and Camp Promise,
June 12-17, June 19-24, July 31 Aug. 5, Aug. 7-
12. For details, call Patrick Kennedy at 356-0810.

Tennis Carnival
Join MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation for the
Verizon Wireless Kids 4 Kids Tennis Carnival June
4 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University of North
Florida Tennis Complex. Assist with registration,
serving refreshments, manning booths, serving as
court captain, activities assistants and much more.


Call Kerry Soltis at 301-3786 for information.

Teach an adult how to read
Tutor training dates are June.11 and June 18
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A continental breakfast is
provided. Registration and completion of both
classes is required to receive tutor certification. For
details, call Lesley Ramsey at 399-8894, Ext. 10.

HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for var-
ious construction projects. For more information,
call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The
HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating
donated materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.

Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc. serves
Green Cove Springs, Orange Park, Middleburg,
Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through Saturday throughout
the year to help out. For more information, call
Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Fam-
ily Support Center (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
ly problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.


The following workshops
are available in June
June 6, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Basic Budgeting
June 8, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Sponsor Training
June 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Workshop
June 14, 9 a.m. noon Stress
Management Workshop
June 27-30 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (retiring)
June 28, 9 a.m. noon Anger Control
Workshop
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


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The following is the
Diabetic Class sched-
ule for Naval
Hospital Jacksonville bene-
ficiaries May through June:
June 7 9:15-11:15 a.m.
June 22 3-5 p.m.
The classes will be in the
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DUTY & HONOR: Stop and salute


From Page 9


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I waited to see the butt-
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to get for making me late.
He was getting soaked to
the skin.
His BDUs were plastered
to his frame. I watched-as
he ran up to one of the
memorial plaques, picked
up the small American flag
that had fallen to the
ground in the wind and the
rain, and set it upright
again.
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my freedom, and one pri-
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Renovation project began May 23.
Facility will be closed for approximately
eight weeks.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinset-
ters and scoring system.

Outdoor pool is now open.
Call 542-2930 for more info.
Indoor pool filtration upgrade project
began May 9.
Upgrade will require the pool to be
closed for three to six weeks.
Call Aquatics for scheduling changes,
542-2930.

Call for more information about I.T.T.
trips or ticket prices 542-3318.
Mt. Dora Lunch, Train and Yalaha Bakery
June 4
Includes train ride, lunch, and a visit to
the bakery.
$47/person
Sign up by June 1.

Trips, activities and costs may be


restricted to El-E5 single or unaccompa-
nied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more
details, 542-3491.
Ultimate Frisbee
Tonight
Meet at the Liberty Cove by 5 p.m.
Sky Diving Trip
Saturday
Sign up. in Liberty Cove.
Free Memorial Day BBQ
May 30, noon at Liberty Cove.

For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club main office,
542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
All Hands Reef & Beef
June 3, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
All you can eat buffet.
$17 per person
Reservation recommended, call 542-
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Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental
for active duty.
Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses,
knives, and other gear at low prices.
For more details, email phillip.s.Collins@
navy.mil.

Friday night events are for ages K-17.
For more information on the Youth


Bowling

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proudly displays his trophy
after winning the WTB South
Region Jacksonville Open May
15 at NAS jax Freedom Lanes.
The Pro-Am tournament began
May 13 with nine senior
entries, 18 open entries and six
youth entries. Senior Division
Champion was Leon England,
SOpen Division Champion was
Robert Crider and Youth
Division Champion was Robby
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Golf league forming
Roster and entry forms are due June 3. The
league will start June 15 with matches being
played on Wednesdays at 8 a.m. Stop by the gym
to pick up the rules and entry forms to join the
league.
Basketball league starting
This is an active duty league only. Roster and
entry forms are due June 10. Stop by the gym to
pick up the rules and entry forms to join the
league.
Flag football meeting slated
A flag football meeting will be held June 8 in the
conference room in Building 850 at 11:30 a.m.
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
commands and personnel. The season begins in
July. Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meeting will
receive five Captain's Cup points.
Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and


Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k
bike
Officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

Intramural Softball Standings


Team
VP-30


As of May 20
Wins
12


AIMD Warriors
VP-45
HS-75
VP-16
VP-62
PSD
VS-30
CPRW-11
VS-32
Naval Hospital
AIMD 500
SERCC
VR-58
NCTS
HS-15
AIMD 600
CNATTU
FACSFAC
VS-31
VP-30 IFT
HS-11
Naval Hospital Galley


Women's Softball Final
Standings


Team
Losses VP-16
1 Lady Divas


Wins Losses
4 1
4 2


TPU 3 2
Naval Hospital 0 6
Greybeard Softball Standings
As of May 20
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 9 1


VP-16
VP-30
AIMD
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Pressure
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Bud Lite
Shockers


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6
6
5
4
2

NADEP Basketball
Standings
As of May 20
Wins Los
5
5
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3
3


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0
0
1
2
2


Prowlers
SERCC
Sonic Boom
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
;Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
: The Navy Wives Club's DID
N1o. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
pt 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
-United Methodist Church
-Education Building at 5900
fRicker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
,Retired Federal Employees,
-invites all retired and currently
-employed federal employees to
.their regular monthly meeting
'the second Tuesday of each
Jnonth 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
269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at


Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter


meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclub.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular 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.
navy.mil.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
www.pwpnflorida.com.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding


Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen,
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.,
every Friday night. For more,
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
Several Youth Fishing
Derbies are coming up. Events
are being held 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.
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 non-
ipopop@cs.com.


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itei i o? Marsh lot. Larg 1541sf, $198,900. Call NEW HOMES PONTEVEDRABCHHOMEJ marina.Lotsof s Xcnd$298.10m730`8606 eluded moun
qualitnouncements May 27th- ard. Newroof. HOME IN BARTRAM 759-9314/ 955-38303B 64F. grds. Y98Nocredit d aI
JILClub n28th-29thThurs S-gpin appliance siding, SPRINGS 1890SF, 4/2 3/2 $120k! ForListings $629K Call 288-8090 Easy drive to 2 lakes &
Fri & Sat 8:30am-s:30pm paint. $121,000. Call Jim home on conservation 3BR/2BA 1649 SF. 800- 749-8124 X5573 DESTINY '98. No credit. statePark. Acreage
100 Clubsand 4439 Travelers Rd. n 912)322-1171. preserve lot, must sell! Arlin n From the $150's. Nav k. t St 32x60 den apl W a vail, with Co mile o
Organize Dationsgne e eLa990. C 1 4 ArmngAsk aboutSpecialo Johns, Full brick. dock. fpl, patio, big lot. $3500 range views! Co ol
105 Datin and Services Lantana Lakes FSBO 3/2 Finance Programs. Ponte Vedra 4/2.5629K 287-8400 eq 94mo.308606 te raturesfree
services Datingwall oven cook top 4/21986sq.ft all brk 786-9135 GATED RVRFNTCw/dock
Services heated whir I t hm in ar orest or cusomcommuni.3yrbea TELFAIR CO. GA ac.
$164,900. appt 551-4680 0 $192,900.oLA
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1 Notice ARYLE ONLY$82k For litins ww nersom HOMES BY TONEY pool home in LOT HIGH AND DRY on St H Ca Emma W.H. Brewer 478 3744300
Personal Move In Ready! 3/2/2 800-749-8124x5347 property. ID:DGT4978 CRC-057161 Sawmill ohns Title Creek 904-962-1086 TO GA
l30Tickets on corner lot with forfullinfo& pics. EJYhnE.W ll LKs beautiful Ar. Hol TuerCo.GA
13Travel/Rides paciousprivacy TOWNHOME2/2.5w/ft 9106594or 5686591 WE BUY & SELL HUSES. 717 Mill Trail Ct aks$150 FERN.BCHM/H3/2 46AC-$1,895/AC
14Vacation/Trvel fenced backyard. Less & gar. 1538sf Upgrades! 3500 4/3.5 +759-7671 bonus obo Call 813-9526 170sf 1.24acres. Planted pine hard-
1900/976 Services than a mile rom new $189,900. 904-607-4354 A 4BR/2BA 1545sf, New 759-7671 KEVIN + meia room +study QUEENS HARBOR 180- JNew appl.. crpt. wood bottom, pond
14 i Services A E lementary crot/tIle, $137K. 465-3062 Large, private lot. Wtnt. $992k Assist s panish oaks, gar. site, adjoins
147 Dating Services Argyle Elementary 3227 Hollberr L custom pool and 2Sell 904247-4442 workshop, qu et hunting preserve.
16Entertainment 1 Scool and close to 306 Intracoastal WE MAKE landsc3aing many Jax.hesthomes.com $128,900. 277-4673
Services NAS Jax. Security 4 2 Quiet street. 1900oos VA LOANS EASY! extras 404362-8244
systemep firelland cestAm4/4,HOMtlfOnlyr$11epcscr.eenea pati. CHA. $775.000 FLEETOOD- 3/11/s m
115 Lost andl teF rdmr A 4/4 HO ME 2 $Silke scr 2 %nancng 'Op-enpHuspFEm 355 Condominiums EWOOD3/a1/n2 St Regis Paper Company, LLC
....mic st e.. ll -80074a Opend ..rJ. 3 n55Condominiums stove, refrig., awning,
sytm. For sale appliances stay904.56-48 7._6_1_2_5531 shed -$6800730-8606
Found ForcSale pding Washer GATELY OAKS 4/2 split Call 904-673-6169 2 2 2OCEANFRONT&ICW, FLEETWOOD '9916x80 380 Investment
ncuding Washer sf29k FtCaroline Foreclosure! CONDO FOR SALE tul urn. 2 story, $565K No credit 3/2, app,, Properties
Lost gold ladies 230 rGeorgiaCounties Dryer. $161,500. 2 fplc, 2350sf
Lost2 gold lades Geo Counties Dryer.$161,500221-1634 3 Bed, Only 49,90! BrBa 43k Cal 904 471 775DW. vnyl sid, shngi roof,
M or ea rd Amelia ilslanod Cal crar NEW COLLINS 2Df2(70SWOOD 2 2,-3a 8 2Aakeview$197k AGREATBEACH BUY c. ar, W/D. $3000eq, FIRE DAMAGED HOME
245-4763t(904)e7593862Fstoryahmal3/2.5, 2478sf. 11374eSWEEOUCHERRY LN fain rm, frpic. All n optional. JARDIN DE MER Appr $85k. Sell for $34k.
3 A6Vaeoruia MIscellaneous 4 -s2 4 11374 SWEET CHERRY LN srcnd prch. Lake 0 /a28 r 31T/Grt Invest, SEE AD UNDER BEACHES 1355 W. 6t7h S3t.
na245-4763 vG ale/Ortegamas Vanguard MAC Rty 2 car ar, marble fplc, S tenant occupied til beh ind home
300Avondale/rtega $15k in extras. $265k Nov. brk front, 4/2.5, fen w/patio 904-778-1670 PV Old Palm Valley FSBO OR CALL 241-2270 IMi?,,',halW:l;lca 727-460-0110
C120 NoRive e Crawford 352-212-7613 k yd many citrus trees 1 owner 3/2.5, 2000SF Edgewater at Suneam have no credit, bu Jacksonvs#1veto
120 Notices Southside $232,500. Call 998-3933 culdesac man uprd Condo 3/2
.w o s23g0a ownerKcCm,90 7pre-quallify over the Resource for Hard Money!
Bankrptcaw Firmof Intracoasal West 00 Aod 307 san arco owners.com id#dgt9776 Argyle $495K Call 904n2u34223 25K 9C 472 10 hnqC E hs
Bankruptcy Law Firm of 307 San Marco 300 rtega 307 SanMarco3904472-10 ohone. Cal4- Emma 904 100% financing with
Lansing J. Ray P.A. 310Mandarin gto ILVILLAGO CONDO 7V7 1 9 0 5 S o r highest LTV's! No junk
3910030 315 Arlingtond NEW Ortega Condo Sale or Rent own/fin 320 Westside FSBO 3/2 1600sf 332 Middleburg 2/2.5 scenic lake 904-962-086 fe es! Rehab draws
$164.900obo /view. 2 star 9 61 upfront! Call John
320Westside RiverfrontA 3741 Orlando Cir. 1400sf 904-891-9642 1876 southse LAND HOME PACKAGE Friedel today for more
NEEDALAWY 322Argyle |upscaled 2 1 1/2 3/2wdfirs new kit gar 3/2 1300SF 2.41 acres,1 ______3/2, DW, 1680SF, LR, den complex near new St 3/2DoubeWie info. 904.737.0144
Accident? Arrest? divorce? 325North Jacksonville with pool fitness fen. yd. $159K. 703-066 3, 3 Fr 41 mplex1 ,50 r arne w St. 3/2 DoubleWide info 904.737.01it A44c
AAAAtc326Sprinveld clubhouse all ameni- 69e74 Ric-rRd.$on 1..25 acre $82,500. Johns Towncenter on 1.25 acres in Atlantic Capital Assoc,
A t 800-733-534224 hrs. 327Downown ties mhoustsee call S NI. N'cholas3/1.51600st Call 874.6559 North Call 904-219-534 r e ady mi d J u I y. Middleburg. /Keystone. Inc. www.acafla.com
33Beaches 699-2693 refinished woodfirs Jacksonville 490 ANTELOPE ST. $199,900. Call 716-8393 $980 Down. $595 Mo.
N3oteDaRy 6 3 Dcer tile, sunprch, scrn 3Br/lBa, Ch/A. 1350sf lovel 3/2; 1.4 AC ST. 519-5037 PC Save Thousands! OWNER RETIRING
Taila l u r fy o o c 332Middleburg patio den iush land- inside laundry, 4560 bs ur n e .h5 8092 3 12Ca1 291-2735 2 houses/ 2/13650mo.
Available to perform l334KeystoneHeights/ scaling will co-op. Merrimac$99k54920 A3/SEverythin new. $127,9 00. Call 282-583 OP-Lakefront2TH4/3 $70k,3/1w/apt$750mo.
marriages. I cametco $149,96746 Rhode IslandDr. E. 0_________gar scrn rmn dock, 2730 Dowa9ME onth HOU5SES0591A94
you. 904-525-2000. 33range Park Sat. 5/28 & Sun 5/29. 3 Completely Renovated 904-396-2251/765-7815 stone 3/2 Double Wide on 2
ClayACOUnty A FORECLOSURE 12-4.346-3286. 219-9821 Homes. SELLER PAYS A 4BR FORECLOSURE 33 Heights PONTE VEDRA Ocean acres n Jacksonville.
200Vacationoravel 338 nBaker County 3bed, Only $43,000! ALL CLOSING COSTS Only $49k! For listings GOrove new 1/1+loft.frp, $900 Down. $595 Mo. h RealEstate
14uVacation07vel338 310 MnOdarin Muail0 21lani vSaveThousands! 390 wn
3 am9 Count 800-749-124 L 807493337Dellwood3/11400sf ca 800-749-8124x1002 BY OWNER/BUILDER ai pvt bch access e sCALL291-3100nted
340aSt John's County3 Murray Hill $125K. 2951 174,00.51892H648 CALL32 91-310 es Qu
-__0__340S_ St__ ndari John's County ______ Gilmore 3/2,1200sf dbl A 547 Cedar Bay Rd. All new, 3/2 gar, Irg front
FREE 3Day/2Night HoteL 34lSt Augustine lot & Pol $98K. 1060 Brick on 1/2ac. 2660sf porch oak fir,. brk vinyl. Iverfront, Magnificent LAND HOME PACKAGE $ I BUY HOUSES $
Hotel/Rental Card Discnit 344St. Augustine Beach 305 Southside 197SF 3/2, 2story nice Granville 3/1,100sf L 3/2 R, LRDen, rc 2fpl o 1600SF 1.2AC pick view of Dwntwn. Boat 3BR 2nBA Doubewide On ANYCONDON
travelclub50@yahoo.com 345Nassau County yd &orch $221,000 Lot,$95K. Call234-4755 bonus rm, basement our crpt color, slip. Pool 2/2.l 1 wnAcres nJacksonville
S350Waterfont e Call 51-326 by appt. or 219-1234 For Info r e e n t r e h a b 174900. 352-235-1626 reno.251K MLS236293 $980 Down $580 Month5
3I clonominums A 7832 Newton Road. Agnt/Swner 504- ANTE FA LAKE Water 9042-7/628038 Call Kieth 78338 234 -5 7
ooNewly renovated 2/1. 2857 BEAUCLERC RD. 4/2 5517 BristoFrBayoln PC SANTE FA LAKE Water
O ut of Area/Town/ Sacous corner lot. slit, ugrdes 2172SF eSfo T n46 2 Front bldg. lot. 100' x RIVERFRONT/OP/FSBO LANDHOMEPACKAGES
ACCEtPfACea M Rn.Cfrom shoppi ngL ANEW0Opt,453353 / 4Ahouemlfrom JUST BUILT IN *S o LAND HOME PACKA2ES
State from shopping & $79,00appt.465-3353 AX 2249 sq ft FSBO 5/33567sf on 600' $300K. 352-475-2738 /2+Den. 1900sf pool ANGELO BUYS
365Manufactured Homes Rest. $128K. 591-0479 4/2 Pool Mand. Land- -$224,900 Ortega Bluff acre. www.circlepix. tennis, $48k 874561 n Duvalown $595 Month HOUSESCALO BUYSH
370 Lots for Sale scaFed w/7outside bar 772-0230 crm/home/ac38pa Orange Park S'SIDE 1200sf brand new Call Kieth 783- AnycOnd, handyman,
375 Farms/Acreage FORECLOSURE! 3Bed, Buy 249, 0.904-476-7733 $329.9K 768-6112 335 sSIr 2/2 DRa 8 Anr ndyman,
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cc..,u ,psl...... rep,.Ken. lease w/option to buy, 904-343-3173 extras. Min. $5ktdwn
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ance s2(included in 93 0 A Full Service Brokerage F I Blu ROOKsEFORST firs, frdrs. reduced, 2SELL?Noequity.
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your credit or income situation dow treatments, ceil- Beauclerc 3/2 877-346-7827 $149,900.904-317-6136. 3-iac lots, finlshedI'og
ing fans thru-out new 9 brick, 2057SF home, DON BROWN REALTY cabin or 1 ogcabin she.
energy efficient Air to LA-rated schools. 270-1121 OR 571-7177 LAKE ASBURY CalrInto. Call Usa C 695-2255
C EPTANC.E M R G G CO AC Air heatpump sys. Seep icon owners.com House, new, all ne9
designer wallpaper. 2 DGT5591 avail now. PCs A NEW PHASE STARTS SOON brick, 1500sf Owner/Broker SKYLINE -'92 28X60 3/2
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imn eludesxnewrioo d lap siding. FastSale Interest rate keep going up sf, oak firs, fenc'dyd, ville, FL 3 RiverEstates.
includes new roof, $139kaobo. 282-9368 let us help with nancing $255,000 904-291.6803 94.50098 941-474-3954 TRIPLEWIDE '97 3/2, den Real Estate
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260-9228. No Brokers $135k. 904-318-2190 New appls, fplc, enclgar&moreMbath 8xstorage W/D. $5000 6q4 0
$Open Mn-Sat 11-5, Sun 12- 5 S42,000 like new mo. 730-8606 400 Apartments
please SBO 3br/2ba CH&A, 904 241-2270 located in Brunswick Maine Furnished
FRUIT COVE HOME! t- screen porch, fire- 904-521-2674 405Apartments
NEGLIGENCE/PERSONAL]INJURIES 3/2. Only $69,900! For place.,5 yrs old, exc ATL. BCH HOMF Must 370 Lots for Sale 41_Condominiums
Motorcycle Accidents Medical Negligence Ro Andrade. BEACH -2/r 5 TH, $500 down, $100m for 415HousesFurished
$And e 9.9k broker owner Verynice &spacious brick 120mo. 90464Z2J95 42DHousesUnfurnished
SERIOUS IN4J1P'J S will co-op. 744-8387 Come in Ortega Bluff. 12X6021te0drRoolBath 4295 Manu-factured
V niom Imaculate one Park mall& 1-295. This Lot Rent $250 778-2 97 Farms/ Homes
Brain Damage Birth Defects CURNCUSN(ret) / owner home 4/2 2,760sf home features 375 Acreage 47Mobile Home Lots
close to base and 5 bedrooms,3&1/2 baths. 21.00SQF.NEWS/3Acreage 430 Roommates
Spinal Cord Injury Nerve Damage beaches 1293 Call Jason Carlos with On4Acre.Buy for only, 435 Rooms to Rent
Direct Line (904) 2784176 Munson Cove Priced to RE/MAX ATLANTIC Cl00 down, $750mo. D4WBeach/Vacation
sell! $179,900. Call Stev o vewin today. 147- aFallat D e Co.GA
DI904-24FA4442 LAWiaadr9de)watsonrealtycorp.com sel$2904 4.0417 Johnsalesbellsouth~net 44 AC- $1,825*/AC Resorts
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Domestic Paternity Child Support If you're buying, NEPT. BCH 3/2,'new ell94 -75 3/2 CWside.ForUL DE SAC plrntedNear HWye,441 Lockers
seligorreocti granite stainless, cher 4S0lManagement/Rental
sdoeling, or relocating, kitchen. New slate, 340 St. Johns over pmts. 710-5472 Big deer county! Services
crnr lot at Jarboe ark. extras, close to base,
Move-in condition. Must sell 629-2619 St. Regis Paper Company, LLC
WatsonTRealty Corp 645 Florida Blvd. 5399k 4/2 BRICK M. in beau-M
WaRsoSU ES954-605-0807 tiful JCP, $278,800. Call
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888-836-3613
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904-210-9402
AVONDALE 3820 Oak St.
3br upper duplex,
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$99 SEC. DEP. SPECIAL!!
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CALL (904) 751-1510
RIVERSIDE-3338 Rayford
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212, w/d, gar, fpl, patio.
Avail 6/1. $1100m.
904-334-5540
BAYMEADOWS 3/2 1400sf
9A at Gate Pkwy. $1200m.
Coy. pkg. 904-543-7847
BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
renov., no pets, n/s
$1200 moodep S23.0111
Beach Awesome Ocean-
front 1/1, balc,. $1550m.
904-612-1900/268-3677
BEACHES 2/2, 1st fir, full
amenities, $1100 mo +
sec. 904-613-2569
BRAND NEW
FLEMING ISLAND
S|fPLANTATION CONDO
.- 1812sf, 3/2.5, with
gar for lease/ rent. Gated
comm. "A" Rated Schools,
golf pools, tennis, volly-
ball. 11mi from NAS Jax
$1250mo. 803-4287/
264-1239.


410 Condominiums

Builder Closeout!
Designer patio homes
in gated community
with pool, cabana, ten-
nis & lawn maintance.
From the mid $200s. St.
Augustine. Call
904.797-2023. SeaGate
Homes CRC 057202
F. CADILLAC DEVILLE
S- '99. loaded, leather,
I very clean, 82k ml,
building house, must
sell, asking $8400
317-0801 or 301-2118
HARBOR TOWN New 3/3.
gar, facing Intercoastal,
$2500m long term lease.
904-288-9293
ORTEGA Waterfront, 3/2,
gated, amenities, boat
slip, 904-537-8960
PONTE VEDRA Bch New
1/1+loft. frpl,. lanai. bch
access $995. No pets or
smkg. 518 928-6486
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
PVB Belleza 1/1, newly
remod.. $950, gar avail
extra 727 934 7107

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

S'SIDE/River Hills Gated
w/pool, 3/2, w/d, wtrfrnt
w/boat slip, pets ok 1460sf
$1200mo. 904-226-3975
S'SIde- Modern 2/2,
Condo near UNF,
all ammen., 970sf $825
No pets, Call Heidi
904-620-8801 days &
eves/wkends 708-3765
ST. AUG. NEW Condo 2/2
Pool, Fit Ctr, Cable.
Garage, Storage,. W/D,
904-814-7173 $1200mo
W'SIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Near Riverside, $895m
boat dockage, 757-0775

415 Houses
Furnished

4 HOUSE FOR RENT
2 Bdrm/2full bath. 2
k. fcar garage Less than 2
yrs old- Extras incl:
Flat top stove New wash
and dryer Built In Micro,
Lake view Available 15 June
Only $995 Mo 7.5 miles to
NAS Jax call Jeff @ 910-9851

42o Houses
v420 Unfurnished

Argyle 3/2, Great Rm
Fpilc Scrnd Patio. Pet Ok.
Refs Req $995 778 2897
ARL Ft Caroline 4/2/2.
$1150 mo,Avail 5/23,
904-284- 7644/657- 6186
Avondale/Ortega Fairfax
Manor. Woodmere Dr.
3br. $1450m. Single fam.
home. 904-384-1100
BCHS 3/2.5, blks from
bch, Irg hm on culde-
sac, Fp, appli, deck,
$1500mo. 318-470-4266
ctraffiv@aol.com
CF & NAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Refs Req 778- 2897
E. ARL 3/2,2000sf,. DR, LR,
Kit, FR, FL Rm, 2cgar,
.5ac fncd yd, pets ok,
Iwn svc incl, $600 dep.
$1550m. 864-288-7723
EAGLE HARBOR, 3/2
Single home, avail now.
856.218.9499
EASTSIDE -3/2 CH&A, HUD
OK, $700mo. 1534 Pasco St
Leggett Realty 396-3212


FEDERATE


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

7917 Collins Bay Ct
4/2 1716SF $995

8429 Fire Fly Lane
3/2 1652SF $900

3174 Loch Lomond Ln.
4/2 2082SF $1150
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE!

9254 Sweet Rose Ln.
3/2 1358SF $875
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE!


ORANGE PARK
1965 Oak Twist
3/2.5 1516SF $865

5046 Knights Bridge
2/2 912SF $675
AVAILABLE
MID-JUNE!

2658 Malibu Circle
3/2 1084SF $775

5019 Fulham
2/2 900SF $650
AVAILABLE
MID-JUNE!


SOUTHSIDE
9254 Falsmill 7801 Pt Meadows
3/2 1605SF $1050 Drive #3307
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE! 2/2/1 1200SF $1100
FREE DVD PLAYER
12 mo. lease 5811 Atlantic Blvd.
#185
9367 Prosperity Lake 2/2.5 1042SF $750
3/2 1721SF $1150 $250 off 1st Months
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE! Rent!! NEWLY
RENOVATED
ARLINGTON CONDO!!!!


11631 TanangerDrive
3/2.5 1440SF $850


354 Van Gough
3/2.5 1937SF $1100


L1832 Valley Garden Dr
3/2.5 1634SF $1025 3910 Grand Central PI
FENCED, 3/2 1441SF $1025
SCREENED PATIO! AVAIL. MID JUNE!!!


3417 Rogero Rd.
3/2.$875


2277 Redfern Rd.
3/1 $950


GREEN COVE SPRINGS ST. JOHNS COUNTY
3332 Citations Dr. 354 Van Gough
3/2 1676SF $1025 3/2.5 1937SF $1100

ICW WESTSIDE
13198 Ebbtide Court 8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1940SF $1125 3/2 1268SF $925

12615 Stockwood Ln 4471 Loveland Pass
3/2 $875 Drive West
PATIO HOME! 3/2 1374SF $1050


935 Collinswood
3/2 1691SF $1295
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE

MAYPORT
2125 Fairway Villas
3/2 912SF $775

MIDDLEBURG
3904 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 1268SF $925
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE

2685 Secret Harbor
3/2 1000SF $925
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE

1290 Highfield
3/2 1725SF $1250
FENCED YARD!

1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $885

1776 Farmway
3/2 1395SF $835

NORTHSIDE
4092 Clearbrook
Cove Road
3/2 1875SF $1095
NEW CONSTRUCTION
HOME!

8048 Lexington.
3/1 1284SF $675

2847 Centerwood Dr.
3/2 1449SF $965
$500 off 1st mo./
$500 off 2nd mo.
aasOjt .n D-..~-..- D..II


4488 Loveland
Pass Drive
! 3/2 1510SF $995
$500 OFF 1ST
MONTHS RENT!

4489 Loveland Pass
3/2 1575SF $1050

9255 Whisper Glen
Drive North
! 4/2 1745SF $1025
1/2 Month Free

7726 Arancio Drive
3/2 1200SF $860

642.Purcell Drive
3/2 1359SF $900

6790 Plum Lake Dr.
3/2 1465SF $950
AVAILABLE 5/20

6051 Maggie Circle
#101
3/2 1157SF $895
Natures Hideaway
BRAND NEW

9602 Grove Hills Ln.
3/2 1746SF $975
AVAILABLE
MID-JUNE!

5325 Comanche
2/1 900SF $650
NEWLY-RENOVATED!

9521 Watershed
3/2 1278SF $895
BRANDNEW HOME!!!


o4uIIraIma Dull
Circle North 8673 Starleaf Rd. N.
4/2 1745SF $1075 3/2 1278SF $895
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE!BRAND NEW HOME!!!


YULEE
861824 Worthington
3/2 1383SF $1025


WORLD
GOLF VILLAGE
1301 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1215


MANDARIN
12102 Dividing Oaks 1330 Ardmore Drive
Trail East 4/2 1745SF $1125
4/2 2800SF $1700 1 MONTH FREE!
REST OF MAY FREE!!
Screened pool w/pool
service/lawn service
www.federatedmanagementgroup.com


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished


EAGLE HARBOR
1705 Eagle Watch Dr
5 BDR, 4 A, 2804 Sq Ft.
$1800 mth.(904)262-0903

FLEM ISL 3/2. pool &
tennis, lawn maint. sm
pets OK 2 car gar,
1400mo. Call
904,3866455 or 278-1773
For Rent: A 4BR/2BA, 2
car garage home
located at 12723 Bent-
water Dr. Jacksonville.
FL (ICW)$1700 mo. close
to Naval Station May-
port and loaded with
extras. Shown by
appointment contact:
Ken or Shirley
904.223.6825 Email:
kprichett@hotmail.com
GCS New Home High
land Park 3/2, $925m +
$10OOdp. 904-529-0011
Green Cv. Hickory Knolls
Est. 3/2 w/bonus pri-
vacy fenced rear w/wet
lands view. AC in
garage for pets, new
house. $1500.
904-662.-4585, 269-1813
4, ICW Kernan 3/2,
sec. sys, irr sys,
< fncd yd, $1250 +
dep. Sunchase Dr.
233-6978. PCS Move.
Intracoastal New Town
hm gate 2br/ 2ba. gar.
scr. prch, 321-278 8898
JAX BCH WATERFRONT
LEASE OPTION! 2/2
Condo. $1500 Down,
$1700m. (904)993-7908
KINGSBAY $880m,
no pets, avail. 5/30
LI Contact
Rich Santomauro.
619-454-3872 or
richlap@san.rr.com
Lakeshore 3/2 Irg lot.
lena bk ro $8640 mo
rcarnially furn 7&668123
MAND. 3/2 1800sf
4318 Carriage Crossing
Dr. $1280mo. 859-7273
MAND 3/3 TH. Jet 295/
St. Aug Rd. First/last,
$850mo. cred chk req.
824-3649 or 588-8653
MAND 4/2, new cpt, all
app incl. frig. Fpl, Lrg yd,
$1250m+dp. 262-8222
MANDARIN -3/2, Ingrnd
pool, Avail June 1, Call
904-268-2828
MANDARIN 3/2,
Lakefront, 2000sf,
w/d Incl. Lots new.
10mrin. to NAS.
$1150m. 917-306-1940
MANDARIN 4/2,
$1295MO. lyr lease.
11826 Hidden Stage-
coach Ct. 223 6443
MANDARIN 4/3, 2400sf,
lakeview, avail June 1,
$1450. Bartram Springs
Subdiv. Call 759-2233
MANDARIN 4 houses
Sbdrm a 2bdrm 1 with
pool, starting from
$1150-$1750. Avail 6/1
Call 262-9535
MAYPORT HOUSE
FOR RENT 2/2,
Oak Harbor, close
to base and boat
ramp. 270-8464
PCS Move.
Murray Hill charming
English cottage 3/2
hdwd firs. w/l/l guest
hse, $1500mo. 537-8825
NEAR NAS JAX 3/2
Some with pool, Ig
t fencd yard, great
neighborhood, all
new apple, avail now.
$1250/mo +dep. Pets ok
Call now, 904.-759-9662;
559-924-2263 PCS move
NORMANDY small effc.
water /sewer paid
$400mo. $400sec dep
912-843-2722
NORTHSIDE beautiful
quiet n'hood, HUD ok,
like brand new, dep
asst avi $700-$750mo.
Call 744-8118

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

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOMEIII
4092 Clearbrook Cove
3/21875SF, $1095
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOMESII
Creekslde Bend
1449 -1765SF Models
To Choose From
$975 and Up!
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

N'SIDE all brand new,
3/2, 1200sf, CH&A, blk,
fncd yd, $750mo.
904-449-4723
O.P. 3br/2 full baths Irg
great room, $1200mo.
all 278&1210
O.P. WATERFRONT
3/1.5, ingr pool,
jetski ramp, boat
dock, Ig Fla Rm
carport, 2 porches, fncd
yd, $1075mo + dep. H
,904-282-3195, C
904-210-4495 (PCS)
OAKLEAF/OP Rent/Steal
New 4/2, $1100m, lyr
lease. 904-449-4536
OAKLEAF brand new, 4/2
brick, avail now,
$1275mo. 904-291-2936
OP GREENWOOD ESTATES
lease w/opt to buy. 3/2
LG corner lot w/fen'd
yd, 2c gar, great starter
ome,$3000dn towards
purch $1000mo. 1633
isa Dawn Dr. 838-3378
PACE ISLAND Gate
Comm, 4/2, LR, FR. DR,
Fpl. $1400mo. 269-5460
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Roscoe Blvd, ready
now, new crpt, new
paint 5/3 gar 2ksf,
priv. on 1 ac. Horses
OK, $1995mo. 285-1403
219-6362
PVB/Fiddlers Marsh 3/2,
2cgar, comm pool/ten.
$1475m. 352-514-1848
PVB 3/2, E. of A1A Solana
Rd., 3 biks from beach,
1900sf, fncd yd, hdwd
firs, $1900m. 856.912.3508
PVB 3br+Study/2.5, gar,
lake lanai, Iwn svc, Avi
6/1. $2050m 904-280-0620
QUEENS HARBOUR
LEASE OPTION!
6bed 4bath 4000sf
BRAND NEW! $5000dwn
$3000m. (904)993-7908
SAN JOSE 3/2, LR, fam
rm. 2 car gar, remod-
eled, $1150mo 434-1686
SAWGRASS PV 2/2,18th
grn, Oakbridge, $1200m
904-612-1900/268-3677


20O Houses
42 0 Unfurnished

SOUTHSIDE -3/1,
quiet n'borhd, w/d hu.
$700m+$300dp. 724-7138
SPRINGFIELD 3hr, ch&a
HUD ok. 3811 Perry St.
$750mo. Call 387-2945
SPRINGFIELD 3/1 Ig bk yd
No pets. $70SOmo+
$500dep. Eric 813-4999
S'side Newly Renov.
2/1-5 New: designer
kitchen, bathrms car-
pet. tile. paint. Lg bkyd
$850mo. 904- 868-2465
ST. AUG. Florentine
beautiful 3/2, brand
new, $1600mo. Call
904-887-9691; 434-8424
St. Johns Co. Whisper
Ridge SR16 & 95 new
4/2 culdesac 2000sf
$1200mo. 904-838-6440
VILANO BCH-Oceanfront
Cottage 2/1. Furn/Unfurn
$1150llSOm+ 1st/last dep.
904- 541-0816
3156 Coastal Highway.

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

Wsside3/2 all brick fenc.
in corner lot. $875mo.
5958 Kincaid. 699-0025.
WSIDE 4/2 near Trinity
Nice area, ready 6/15,
$1050m. 757-0775
RENT-TO-OWN Any
Home on MkIl. Investor
wfll purchase. Bad Credit
OK. L888-389-0540 x9010

425 Manufactured
Homes

BEACHES
3/2, 2/1, pool walk to
base, starting ($499
$250 sec Call 249-6444


CALL 695-2255
DINSMORE DW, 3/2,
country setting on 1
acre $850 mo 465-7545
W'SIDE 2/1, front kit, scr
porch. fncd priv lot,
w/d & yd incl, shed,
$575+ Call 635-2400
695-9638

430 Roommates

AtL Blvd/Kernan-Share
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
incl. Wery gd area. N/s
only $140wk 904.449-8661
BAYMEADOWS/San Jose
$Half million home with
pvt room bath, all
utilities Included: elec,
net, wkly maid svc &
cbl, no dep. no lease
$775mo. 737-5458
LAKEWOOD -Pool tbl,
jacuzzi. 2wash/2dryrs.
$125wk. Call Chris
334,8699/262-0338 x3762
OP 2 Story hse w/pooL
Also home near OP Mall.,
n/s $325+util's. 612-6646
OP COUNTRY CLUB
24 Sec, prof, sgl fem,
conserv lifestyle,
28-45yrs, 3/3 hm, no
pets, $800m $800 dep,
Incl util, 904-472-3542


I


430 Roommates
ORANGE PARK- M/F
seeking prof. non smkr
male roommate for
home w/ inground
swimming pool in nice
neighborhood near NAS
and Orange Park Mall.
$115 week includes until.
Dave 904-424-2533
ORANGE PARK to share
homeN M/F. $450m1 1/2
utils. 215-9631
O. ROOMMATE
T WANTED: 3/2.1G
SI poo carport, close
to sho popping
areas, close distance to
NAS Mayport and Jax
University Call $400
+split utilities
925-848-2725

435 Rooms
3 m to Rent

ALL JAX furn'd, CH&A,
W/D, kitchen, cable,
phone $130wk 781-3652
Argyle-New home/room
for rent. $100 weekly.
317-8489 6-8pm
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
w/Micro, Refrig
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343

OP-Quiet, Starting at
$450m incl util, cbl &
pool. Ref's. 874-7629
ORANGE PARK share
large house $450mo
1/2 util. 904-610-9240
WESTSIDE -$70/wk. incid
utils. on bus line,
778-4795
W'S Nice lbr fully furn
.".'.-bl $11tOwk+o110dp
90qS 572 25s4 4310
Beach,
440 Vacation/
Resorts
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine$695wk.
352-376-9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront






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

Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
ARL- WAREHOUSE 1750
OR 2100sf w/carpet &
a/c ofc $650 or $735
Call 72541437
MIDDLEBURG 1+ acre
fen'd, job site trailer, 2
offices, recep area,
restroom, partial kit,
for lease, $1875mo
office equip for sale
904-406 2913
REGENCY AREA -
New Ofc/Wrhse, 1500SF-
Call 813-6242


515 Office Slace
For Rent

LANDING BLVD-1723
Unit 106. 720sf, $650m.
904-277-7056

Phillips & Sunbeam
office suites 700sf,
$589m. 904-737-5155






Financial
550o Business
Opportunities
555 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought '
and Sold


550 Business
Opportunities

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605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/
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605 Schools

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702 Customer
Service

CUSTOMER SERVICE
JOBS!
Companies in Jackson-
ville are aggressively
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levels of experience for
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ACCOUNTANTFor Orange
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bookkeeper. Fax
resume to : D. Archibald
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706 Accounting/
S u Bookkeeping

Construction
Administrator
Join the fasted growing
custom home builder in
Jacksonville! 5 yrs
residential construc-
tion exp a must. Per-
mitting, field/con-
struction support, &
administrative duties.
Please email resume to
con5t_opportunity@comcast.net
PAYROLL SPECIALIST
Min 3 yrs payroll exp.
$12/hr. Fax resume
904 493. 7346
BOOKKEEPER F/T For
established retail cloth-
ing store. Qbooks exp.
Strong AP/AR back-
ground. Email resume to
claudia@erosenblums.com
SERVICES OPERATIONS
CLERK OFFICE
ADMINISTRATION
for Navy Exchange
Mayport. Accounting
background, bill post-
ing computer knowl-
edge, filing and book-
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competitive compen-
sation and exc. ben-
efits incls: med/ dental,
life/disability ins,
retirement & 401k w/
company match, paid
vac, holidays etc. Fax
resume 904-242 3255
with salary history
Attn: HR or apply in
person: 2292 Mayport
Rd. Suite 50, Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233 or call
904-242-3263


707 Driver

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904-764 9509
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Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
(904) 7644516
888547-6649
EOE/DFWP

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cean 3 yr MVR..
356-0500 DFWP.
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Experienced
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401K, health and
dental insurance.
EOE DFWP
Apply at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106


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Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Class A in state Fl only.
$750/avg week. Safety
bonus $1,000, vacation
& benefits
Call 1-877-328-7512
Monday-Friday
OWNER OPERATORS for
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endorsement reqd. Call
Walter @1Dana Trans-
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experience. We offer 40
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Benefits, Paid Vacation
Accepting Applications

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TAW, Inc, is seeking
an exp'd A/C & D/C
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Atlanta, GA. Will
repair various kinds
of electro-mechani-
cal equipment.
Troubleshoot motors
with various ac/dc
methods. Replace or
repair, disassemble
and inspect, adjust
generators & motors.

E-mail resume to
ellen.donegan@taw-
inc.com or fax to
813-612-2609. Mail
440 S. 78th St Tampa,
FL 33619. AA/EOE.
DFWP.

AC & REFRIGERATION
TECHS Good pay and
benefits. Call 387-2106
AC & REFRIGERATION
TECHS Good pay and
benefits. Call 387-2106
AC
Immediate Openings
for Growing Company
AC Tech w/home war-
ranty exp. AC Installer
for new construction.
Must have clean MVR.
great pay w/excel
benefits. Call Amy
378 1499
AC INSTALLERS Resi-
dential & Commercial
Exp. only 904- 387 2106

For residential home
builder to install win-
dows. Call Claude
@904-646-5793 ext 111
ASPHALT COMPANY
hiring Paver Opr, Needs
Class A or B Drivers &
Lutemen 751-9715
AUTO BODY TECH
Busy shop. SS. Good
benefits. 725-2649
AUTO BODY TECH
PAINTER & ESTIMATOR
Must have own tools,
5 years exp, Beaches
area 904-247-1369
BACKHOE OPERATOR
for Swimming pools
Exp'd. Must have valid
CDL, benefits avail.
Fax resume 272-6633
BINDERY PERSON
with experience
Call 620.8444 x 21


Business is great.
Minor Accident Repair
Centers in need of best
techs. Top Pay/Bnfts.
CARSMETICS
9510 Atlantic Blvd.
Call Tim 904. 723-5550
Carpenter & Home
Repair person, Exp only
Call Ray 545-0072
CARPENTERS', LEAD
CARPENTERS & CUT-
MEN. for Custom
Homes. Easy going Co.
DL, Trans. tools req.
Paid vacation & Holi-
days. 707-4648

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS- min 2-4
yrs exp in all aspects of
commercial, resid &
remodel construction.
Good driving record &
own transpt. Must have
own hand tools &
benefits avail 783-8264
CONCRETE DEMOLITION,
CUTTER / TRAINEE
Start $12/hr. Merit Shop,
w/bnfts. DL a must.
EOE. Call 904-262-9985

CRANE OPERATOR
Southern Crane Service
EXP. HYDRAULIC
Up to 75 tons. Wanted
$17-$20/HR starting
pay CDL, Class A Full
benefits. Call
(904) 359 0601 M- F, 9- 3



Guaranteed pay increase
of up to $18.00 an hour,
after free training.
Local work. Interviews
held on Sat. May 28,
2005, 9:00am- 11:00am
at First Coast Tech.
Institute in St. August-
ine, FL. VA approved.
For information call
FCEAP 904-824-0220.
Equal Opportunity ,
Employer
ELECTRICIANS -
JOURNEYMEN &
HELPERS -Comm/ resid
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
Call 721-4044
American Electric 8751
Atlantic Blvd.

Equipment
Operators
Trackhoe, finish
Dozer, trackhoe for
pipe crew. Great
benefits, health,
dental, pd holidays.
Vac, 401K EOE DFWP
Apply at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

FIRBERGLASSER'S w/Marine
exp in composite
construction 3482 Lakeshore
Blvd Jax FL 32210,
904-389-112

Glaziers
Lee & Cates Glass is hir-
ing exp. Residential
Glaziers for our Orange
Park location. Hosp.
401(K), Paid Vac. Sec-
tion 125. Call Bob in HR
at 904 354. 4643
HEAVY EQUIP OPERA-
TORS Bull Dozer & Back
Hoe. Exp Pipe layers
Bnfts avail. Vallencourt
Construction Co. 1701
Blanding Blvd., EOE
HOME AUTOMATION/
STRUCTURED WIRING
INSTALLER
FOR DISCOVERTEC.
Security/Phone/video/
audio exp pref Will
trian. Fax resume
904 564-1010
HOUSEWRAP
INSTALLERS
Must have transporta-
tion. Pay based on
experience. Benefits/
Bonuses. Hardworking.
reliable people only!
636-0707.


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735 Restaurants/
I3 Hotels

DAY SHIFT GRILL COOKS
AND NIGHT SERVERS
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benefits &paid vac.
Apply within BOB EVANS
3163 Hartley Rd.
Experienced
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JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar In Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645 5500

Manager/Waitress/
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Apply in Person, 95 & University
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740 Retail

DAVID GATES GOLF
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745 Sales

ACCOUNT
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Southern Auto
Finance Company
seek account rep. to
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builder program and
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relationships. Con-
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and develop new
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to 407-243-6252

FLOORING SALES REP-
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Jax area for Miami Dis-
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INSIDE SALES REP
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POWERLINE HARD-
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County. Candidate
must have at least 6
years commensurate
work exp in the elec-
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Industry, preferably
dealing with inter-
national markets.
Candidate will be
responsible for pur-
chasing electrical
parts and products
and develop market-
Ing strategies to
expand international
market base; meth-
ods of distribution of
company products.
Fluent in English and
Portuguese. mail
resume to 245 north
lane ave. Jackson-
ville Florida 32254

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$40,000-$100,000
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747 Telemarketing

EXP APPT SETTERS
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CODY'S SURVEYING
Hiring exp. CAD Techni-
cian (As-Built exp pref)
Benefits incl. Vac, hlth
dental, life. Please call
Jason at 904.696-8840


ENGINEERING
TECHNICIAN
Stafford Consulting
Engineers located in
Orange Park. Is looking
for a Technician, prer-
e r a b I y w it h
roofing 'construct lion
experience. Competi-
tive compensation
package. Maii resumes
to: 752 Blanding Blvd .
Ste. 121. Orange Park.
FL 32065: fa to
904-2: 3-.0036. email
kloefgren-A
stafford-usa.com.
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REGISTERED LAND
SURVEYOR NEEDED
CALL TIM @904 779 2062
OR FAX RESUME
9047797784


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ASH TISDELLE

Jacksonvilles premier
Volkswagen dealership.
Open floor
Great work environment

Call Bob Cavaleri 269 -2603


750 Technical/
7 Engineering


Survey
Instrument &
Rodman
Offering excellent
benefits health,
dental, pd holidays,
Vac, 401K Pay com-
mensurate with exp.
EOE DFWP
Apply at:.
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 xl0r?

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BOARS HEAD
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Warehouse Cooler
Order Plckprs
FT Position. Able o liftI
up to 50 lbs.
Benefits and profit
sharing available.
Apply M-F9am-3pm.
2758 Dawn Rd Jax, Fla.
32207. Ph: 904 730- 5007.
FORKUFT DRIVER
Must be certified. $9/hr
Apply Red Oak Industry
4831 Bulls Bay Hwy or
call for directions only
693. 0606
MON-FRI $8-$10/HR
SEEKING PICKER
PACKER/WHSE ASSOC.
Must have 1 year exp.
Forklift exp needed-
DFWP. Inventory exp a
plus. Ask for Pam
right. 904 584-0108
M-F9:30-6

753 Security

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levels of experience for
jobs in hundreds of
occupations.
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TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL, 188B-39 8903
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755 Miscellaneous

FT M-F, Must be flex.,
exc. pay & benefits.
Drug free workplace
Apply 9450 Philips Hwy
Suite 4A
FLIGHT ATTENDANrT:
for a corporate charter
airliner to be based in
the Jax area. Enjoy an
exciting career work-
Ing with corp. and
celebrity cli ents,
International travel and
benefits. Prior F/A
experience a plus but
not required. Reply
with resume to
whjo3@1att.net or mail
to 121 Chelsea PI. St.


755 Miscellaneous

FLORAL DESIGNERS &
DELIVERY DRIVERS with
exp FOR FLORAL MAR-
KETIN INTERNA-
TIONAL 1-877-462-661
1 xO# ask for Becki
Green House Installers
will train, mostly out of
town, weekends & OT
req'd. Backgrd check,
substance free, $9.$11
hrto start. 904.545.2567
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
& EXP'D SMALL ENGINE
MECHANIC
for Government Con-
tractor at Naval Station
Mayport. Applications
may be filled out online
at www.kira.com. Our
team offers competi-
tive salaries & an exc.
bnfts pkg. EOE & Drug-
Free workplace.
Fax resumes/ applica-
tions to (904)573-6292
or (904)247-9879; email
lthompson@kira.com
HOUSECLEANERS
Needed. Car/ins
required. Must have
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housekeeping and light
janitorial duties at South-
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weekends.
AppIy in person
or resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
00 UniversIty Blvd. Net,
Suite 700 7th Floor),
Jadisonvi, FL 3221
For more info call 74- 1883.
For directions ext 202.
Fax resume to 743- 5109.
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train. Count retail
stores. Advancement &
top benefits. $8-$10/hr
Call 904-781-4430
LAWN CARE
Must be exp'd, start
$9/hr. W'side, 384 5374
LAWN MAIN. HELP
Orange Pk. Valid DL &
transp nec 904-282-8134
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HELPER with experi-
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Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
SBusiness/Office
SM Collectablesand
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
93Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
9B0 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
A CAR DOLLIUE 77"
SSwivel pad w/tire
F | e straps and spare
V$ tire. Rough paint
job $500 904-278-1952
DRYER/WASHER Super
capacity, exc. cond.
$200. 904-399-8327
FORD ESCAPE '02 Immac,
condition! Garage kept.
Only 27500 miles.
Oxford white, Ithr, fully
loaded. $16000
904 221-7574
FRIG Full sz, G.E. good
cond, works great $110.
also washer 374-1459
4, INFANT
T CARSEAT-Graco
I Exc cond, 6 mo's
old. Tan, green and
black, all papers $40
573-0254
C KENMORE DRYER
c works good !
cond. cond. $50.
912-510 8905
MICROWAVE GE Stain-
less Countertop; 14
cubic ft Kenmore
Freezer, both 3 yrs old
$150 both. Call
904-287-4159
SSHARP MICRO
OVEN icu. ft. Exc
L cond. $30. Call
904-241-2070
W/D- Heavy duty, exc
cond, $200/pr. Call
252-3384
P, WASHER Ken-
T more Heavy duty
$100; solid oak
S rol i-top desk $500
OBO. Call 215-5337.

9 sA Articles
0 For Sale

S4 Tires & Rims
P225/75 R15 SIX
4w Lug Toyota Dunlap
M&S, good tread
$125. Call 879-2992
SAMERICAN HERI-
- / TAGE POOL TABLE
SliABoston series,
beautiful maple
wood, leather pockets,
comes with accesso-
r e s $ 3 0 0 0
904-742-4862
SAQUARIUM- 60 gal
salt water, nci all
pumps, filters, light
everything, exc cond
ready to go $850 obo
215-2443
B. BUZZ UGHTYEAR
1 AIR HOCKEY TABLE
n1- Like new $35 obo.
Call 249-5377
for info.
4, CHANDEUIER eight
light contemporary
S|beveled glass. Cost
$284, Asking $95.
Call 264-2973
4 Coach Handbags
Camel & Suede
Hampton Buckle
Hobo $110.
Mahogany Leather
Legacy Small Hobo. $85.
Like new 904.714-1995
4, CONTEMPORARY-
S 3 section wall
4 clock, beautiful $40
Gold and.black
904-553-6015
DISHWASHER &
STOVE- whirlpool
$200/SET; white
S metal bunkbeds
twin/full $65; leather-
Ioveseat, end-table $175
set; 2 oak armchairs $60
220-6489
GE STOVE like new
Scoil top self clean-
$ling Bisque. Never
used digital read
out. $275. Call
282-5452
MEN'S BLACK
COWBOY BOOTS, Size
1 12. Never worn. $50.
Call 912-576-3130
MEYERS 1.5 HP
I pump make offer,
tL VCR player upright
vacuum cleaner
$25. 5 Nylon sleeping
bags exc cond
781-6222
SOP SHARE LRG, 2
/ STRY HOUSE nr
l/Blanding & Knight
-Boxx. Cable N
phone incI'd $325 +
util's. Also cozy home
near OP Mall Express-
way same rent
612-6646
4, Refrigerator 20.7 cf
$175. Crib w/ mat-
tress $75. Play pen
large size $25.
904-241-5071

- T.AQUARIUM 75 gal-
lon, with wet/dry
filter, UV sterilizer.
protein skimmer,
cabinet & canopy $400
904542.3455
4, SEALY Posterpedlc
Premiere Queen
4| Mattress and box
a~ springs w/pillow
top. Queen Liberty &
Headboard w/rails.
$150. as set. Will sell
separate. 513-4867
4. TABLE 48' Round glass
| top. + 4 rolling swivel
I chairs new $750. ask-
ing $300 matching
bakers rack $150. all like
new. Call Linda
904-287-8432
4, Task chair, arm-
l less vertical
I adjustable caster
'- wheels. Blue fabric
very comfortable like
new $ 9.00 268-2482
A TRAMPOLINE- Full
/ Sz. good cond. $50
J Call 908-0531


UNIFORMS CPO
JACKETS, Sweaters,
Shirts, Shoes. Perfect
lighted black wood
Entertainment Center.
Exercise Bench w/Welghts.
. $195. 904-220-6489
VOGUE POOL'27' round.
4'-5' deep, screwless,
corrosion-free, like
new, 1 yr old, with
umpr. Complete. Come
& get. $2K OBO 751-5877


905 Articles
9 For Sale

4, WOODEN SWING-
SET with slide
$50. Located in
onbase housing.
Call 247-5377

910 Arts &Crafts/
9 Hobbies


BEADS/SUPPLY I
Pecan Park B-166; Sat
/ Sun 904-751-2282


920 Business/
S Office

REST. EQUIP 14' hood,
flat grill, range & much
more. 910-0187
Workstation / Cubicles
Only $595
Herman Miller 8x 8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400
922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

Ladies 2.51 Solitary Dia-
mond ring & platinum
appr'd $18,700. asking
best offer 904-887-7802

925 Computers

4, DELL OPTIPLEX 400
SM H Z Pentium
|.IComputer, 64MB
RAM, 2GB Hard
Drive, USB/Lan Ports,
Video/Sound card $80.
Call 904-249- 6916
4 GATEWAY 17 inch,
and new 14 inch
HP monitor $40
and $30, HP tower
$50 264-2973

928 Electronics

.. SPEAKERS (2) 4 way
5| Klipsch KLF-20 $1000
new, asking $400HP
computer 500 Mhz
Pentium w/CD writer & 17
in monitor $200. Call Linda
904-287-8432

945 Garage
Sales

ARL Lrg, teachers going
out of the classrm, ed
items, kids books h'h
misc. 5-28, 8-1. 12111
Rush Crk Dr.
BAYMEADOWS 1 DAY
ONLY Thurs Everything
must go moving. 7820
Baymeadows Rd. E. Apt
102. 10am-?
FLEM ISL furn baby
things, linen, dishes &
66 Chevy truckhh, Fri &
Sat 8-4 913 Floyd St.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
MOVING SALE riding
lawn mower, tools,
furn, hunting supplies,
aircraft parts &
antiques, etc. Call for
appt. 904-284 7451
ICW BIG SALE Sat 8?
Hunter Ridge at Kernan
Between JTB/ Beach.
Middleburg Multi Family
Sale! Fri. & Sat. 8-4..
58 Peppermint Ave.
Too Many Items to list!
ORTEGA SAT 8-2;
2608 Algonquin Ave.
LOTS OF GOOD STUFF I
Ortega Yard Sale Sat 9-2
Childs furn, tools, hhold
items! 4319 Baltic St.
W'SIDE LG GROUP YARD
SALE 5478 Normandy
Sat 8 furn, antiques, etc

Bargain Hunters Galore

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

950 Garden/

4. GAS EDGER $95, lawn
mower rear bagger21"
1131/2 hp, misc building
materials make offer
everything great cond
781-6222
4 LAWNMOWER
S-Murray 4hp, 20"
cut 2yrs old $75.00
264-1514 after 5pm
,. MURRAY 42" cut
ridin lawn mower
< $350 48" large
screen Magnavox
TV PN picture w/screen
projector $600. both
work gre at.
904-529-8263
RIDING MOWER 36" Cut
Slyrs old, new battery,
742-7066/220-5729

955 Household
9 Furniture

BED-AAA BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904)6740405
Bed- Fullslze Mat-
Stress, metal frame.
| silver w/ lower futon
& cushion, very
comfy, Space Saver $450
obo 904-491-7996
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 SealyTwin Bed $129
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
VCR's From $20
20" Color TV's From 75
Microwaves From 25
CORT( CWETER

BUNKBED twin solid wd
cargo, good cond, no
mattress $250 Call
536-5309 or 880-8331
4. CHANDELER
T 8 lights beveled
glass contempo-
Srary with center
spot light cost $285. like
new asking $95.
904-264-2973
4. COLONIAL SOFA
l Flower prints, very
I 1exc. cond. Call
221-0710 after 6pm
$70.00
4, Complete 7 pc living
Room set from rooms
IP | to go never used must
seol $1500 OBO infor-
Smation call 904- 908- 958
& COMPUTER DESK with
/ hutch wood grain $200.
j Call Linda
904-287-8432
Couch & Loveseat, beige
cloth, ent ctr, 5pc
dinette set, all in good
cond. $999. 591-6837
Couch like new,
_T high back, cloth,
e8lTnever used. Cost
$1000. sell for $500.
904-278-2132
COUCH oversized set,
$250 beige & nice.
Contemporary Bedrm
set 6 pc wood w/s'side
waterbed $650. Wall
unit by Broyhill 4 pc like
new $850.4 TV's, light
oak Din rm table w/5
chairs, glass curio,
china cab. computer
wall unit, more 737.2671
4, CRADLE Jenny Lind.
| Cherry wood with
V|/mattress pad and
Shedding. $60, like
new. Call 904.772.8979
or 904-542-4602
4, CRADLE Wood,
/ male finish, 19"W
<1/X 35"L, free stand-
ing, includes
pretty, coordinating
mattress, blanket.
bumper pad. Excellent
cond. $25904 725.0009


CRAFTMASTER
SSOFA Beautiful, like
new Sectional, tan
co uholstery very
Comfortable. aid
$2200; will sell for $700.
904-387-5952 Kimberly
Lv msg.
4. Crib and match-
T Ing changing table
n|great cond. $125.
all 904-247-4721
904-654-5028


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955 Household
Furniture

DINING ROOM 10pc dark
oak, made by Liberty.
$700. Call 904-307-2426
4 DINING TABLE & 4
CHAIRS Almost
IW new, oak base,
glass top table
w/four parsons chairs.
$375 (orig. $1200). Call
904-610-4288.
Dinning Rm 5 piece
set. Iron oyster
cI color, glass table
top. 9 mo old, $395.
Call 904-249-6916
4 Dinning Set Formal
1 8 chairs, large
l table, china hutch,
walnut color, must
sell $350. 904-225-9725
4 ENTERTAINMENT
SYSTEM White
Wash, 2 wood/
Glass towers with
lighting, TV stand,
cover for entire system
with lighting. Must sell,
$700 or best offer.
904- 237-0335
4 FULLSIZE BED Futori
silver metal frame
ii mattress $ 450.00
Desk 30" X60" $25.
Table 36'X60" $30.
904 491-7996
FURNITURE Black
Leather 0-Sleeper
S| couch; Lazy-Boy,
black leather
swivel rocker; couch -
print floral, Coordi-
nating chair; Gold chair
264-3486
FURN leather sofi, chr,
ottoman, end table,
$1800. Call for pix
786-3752
4 GLASS TOP TABLE
ROUND-48" + 4
S Rolling Swivel
Chairs New $750.
Asking $300. Linda
904-287-8932
4, Italian imported
mahogany dining
room set six chairs
S china cabinet used
twice must sell $2000 OBO
information: 904-908-0958
S KING Size
| bed- cherry wall
< unit with mat-
tress-mirrored
center with Armoires
and matching dresser.
Beautl.fu/ $900.
338-5403
LOVE SEAT off
White color,
wloveseat brown/
mustard, good
cond, $50; full size bed,
good cond, strip
headboard, mirror, 2
small bookcases, $250;
Call Judith, 904-803-4184
LR PASTEL sofa swivel
rocker coffee/ end
tables, 904-307-2426
OLD IRON BED
m Double with rails
|$40. Tall old iron
bed with rails $65.
No mattress.
904-269-5883
OP MOVING SALE
Sun-Thur. Everything
reasonable 298-0723
2298 Richard Lee St.
Sealy loveseat & Chair
Navy/Tarp 20.00 for
\| /both your haul
772-9287
before 8 pm please
Sealy loveseat and
Chair $ 20.00 set You
haul from Nas Jax
No calls after,
8pm please 904 772- 9287
SSLEEPER SOFA/
LOVESEAT SET
1Great cond neu-
tral colors, $500
OBO 904-270-5218
L, SOFA, Loveseat &
I Chair, good cond,
$250, 904-291.3789
Sofa, queen size sleeper
matching love seat,
exc. cond. pastels
asking $500. 757-4506
SOFA SLEEPER
lLoveseat anJ
,/Chair. Good cond.
$250. 904-291-3789
Table 42' Maple
w/ 12" leaf and 4
chairs, like new
$115. Table Pecan
25" round 22" high $35.
call 241-2070
4 WASHING
MACHINE Whirl-
pool, super
*capacity $100;
Kenmoere refrigerator
S$100; twin day be plu
mattress $125. Moving
sale. Call Linda
912L882-9128.
WATERBED Kng
Ssz, waveless soft-
wside, uses regular
sheets. Includes
metal frame, box sup-
ports, thermostat,
eater, pad, liner, $75
912-576-1250

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
S1985 Everette Upright
S Piano exc. cond.
SA+++ Must Sell by
May 13 $1800 obo
Sarah 904-234-4195 or
912-673-7270
4, DRUM SET:
SPercussion Plus,
lIs 5pc. set complete
with cymbal and
seat. $175. Call
912-882-7252 Like new.
PIANO Everett
console Excellent
S condition $500.
(904) 220-7886.
PIANO SPINET 1946
recently tuned, nice
sound $1000. 264-7369
TENOR ',
H SAXOPHONE
J J Jupiter Advanced
$750; includes
carrying case and
cleaning kit. Call
904-729-1170 after 5pm.
980 Sporting
S Goods

CHEVY CAMARO-
'98 exc cond, low
ltmi, asking $5500
Call 904-226-9945
n Crossbow 1500X
R2 Bought new at NEX for
S7$499. Will Sacrifice for
\L'$ 250.00 Call Linda or
Carlos at
904 730.7258
4, FREE WEIGHT SET
_ (2) benches,
| ab-crunch bench
Straight and curl
bars, 150 lbs. weights,
$80. Call 610-4288
4, GOLF CLUBS grips
Installed various
IJstyles $4.00 each.
Golf Clubs for sale
new from $150. cell
910-0649; H 221-5700
4, GOLF Starter set.
.T Tommy Armour
I J8455 Irons Graph-
Site Driver 3-wood.
5 Wood Medalot,
Putter, NIke Bag $250.00
Johns 220-5690
A GOLF STARTER SET
Tommy Armone
1. 8455 Irons,
graphite driver,
3. wood Medalist putter,
Nike bag$250. John


pcs 8wt flyrod with
lne and backing
$50 908-0531
4, PUNCH/KICKBAG
| incl's, chain for
V |/hanging, exc cond.
-$ 7 5 Call
904-213-9745
RIO CRUZ BEACH BIKES
men & women. Used
2x's $150 each obo Call
737-2054


o Sony TV 32" with
Stand $350 Twin
S|Bedroom set
study-table Dresser
$300 Dining Set (6)
$275 Power Lawn mower
$100 992-3958
SOUTH, GA Hunting Club
Deer, Turkey, Bear &Hogs
8000ac 904- 764- 1401aft 6pm
Wind Surfer 11.5ft
Viper Fanatic Per-
S feet for Beginners.
Call Brian at
270-6317 ext 114

985 Trailers

1997 Southwest Express
Trailer for Harleys 4
sale. 6x12, Gray color,
carpeted, elec hkups,
etc. $1800. 816-260- 1953
aarlnCmail.com
2005 Adventure River-
side 27 foot trailer
t single double Bunks
Queen Bed Dinette
couch Excellent condition
$1400 OBO 213- 9590
990 Wanted To
9V9 Buy Or Trade

4 WANTED -
BOSSOM HEADS,
-It BOSSOM PLATES -
Made in England.
Must be in mint con-
dition. Reasonably
priced. Call 269-5883


990 Wanted To
Buy Or Trade

WANTED WNOR FM99
memorbilla ticket
stubs, t-shirts etc.
Contact Earl 743-2377






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


1005 Livestock
& Supplies
AQHA Geldng 8 yr old ,
15 hand with western
saddle & all tac, great
for roping, penning or
pleasure, beautiful,
calm & smart. $2800.00
386-937-7829

1010 Pet's&
1 Supplies
BOXER puppies AKC,
3M/1F. $500. 225- 773-7398
www.redstickboxers.com
-, CAT- Siamese 10
yrs old, good
| companion for
single or older
person, neutered,
declawed, Also Yellow
Tabby neutered.
282-5452

COCKER SPANIEL PUPS
AKC, 1 yr hith guaranty
386-661-2509
COLBY PIT PUPPY-Fem,
$200; Fern. Dachshund
$125; 573-8757
4, COMPUTER DESK
w/Hutch, wood
SIgrain $200; Call
Linda
904-287-8432
ECLECTUS PARROT M/F
pets, talking, tame,
800ea. obo. 269-1719
English Bulldogs AKC
reg. males, fem, 912
-227-4430, 912-227-2990
ENGLISH BULLDOGS AKC
health cert., 8wks, $1500
386-658-2561
,& FREE, 8mo old
German Shepher
m i x micro
chipped, has shots,
very sweet and playful.
great w/kids and other
dogs. 779-1251
FREE BLACK &
WHITE KITTENS.
I Need homes by
9 May 25. Call Irene
912-576-7377
.0, Free Cat adult
Female beautiful,
Black & white to
good home Call
Irene 12-576-7377
FREE Kittens Gorgeous,
playful, need good
indoor homes. Respon-
sible pet owners only,
please, call 803-0066
FREE KITTENS
Two Taby and two
1 ngray mixed six
weeks old.
Call 674-5312


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ize 880-6736
German Shepard Pups
AKC reg. 31eft, comes
w/xtras. 904- 287- 3608
GERMAN SHEPHERD
8wks on 5/27., imp.
bidline, blk & tan &
sable, HC, Wormed, POP,
BEAUTIFUL & LARGE.
904-879-1300/237-6091
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES. Papers.
$550. 904-266-0306
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
Purebred, NOT AKC reg.
HC, $250. 850-971-5051
GOLDEN RETRIEVER -
CKC, s/w, hith cert,
$450. 904 845-2781
GREAT DANE AKC,
color black, born 2/15,
S/W, $550. 803-943-2206
GREAT DANE PUP male
5mths old, $400. Call
219-7151
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER
pupllwks $400. pure-
red, smooth coat Male
NKC 904-280-8328
LAB PUPS AKC, all
colors, block head, S&W,
POP, hlth guarantee
$250 229-794-2876
a. MATLESE STUD
Service CKC, all
.|shots. up to date.
$150 &pick of liter.
Call Nell at 904-757-7037
MIN PIN Swks, CKC,
red or tan. $375. HC,
904-272-3222
MINPIN CKC 8wks 2F
choc & tan $500.1M bik
& tan $400 S&W. 568-1425
MIX PUPS: Husky /
Shepard $60 obo. PIT
$100 obo cash 289-9155
PARROT Yellow nape
Amazon Talks. 10 yrs
old $600 also Cockatie
912-882-5312
PEMBROKE WELSH Corgi
Pups. AKC, Hith Cert.
S/W. 352 493..4583
PIT blue brindle adult M,
$300. Red nose pup M
reg. $200. cash 289-9048
PITT BULL PUPS 2M, 2F,
Shots, healthy pups, 6
wks. $250 ea 371-0414


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1010 Pet's &
Supplies

POMS AKC, Exc. bid-
line, Sm, red and sable
$500-$600. 502-2988
RAT TERRIER PUPS,
UKC, small, black/wht,
tan. $175. 912-588-0324
ROTTWEILER PUPS, CKC
born 3/11 POP, S&W, HC
904 -887-7859 or 207-0091
SSHIH-TZU -puppy.
3mos, brnole/
white, $450, AKC,
male, Immu n.
records. 904-625-7070
ST BERNARD PUPS, CKC,
HC, Ready 5/28. accept.
dep. $650. 904-272-3222
UMBRELLA COCKATOO
$1500. tame, loving
likes kids, cuddling,
vocab. $800 cage for
$300. 220-0348 568-0816
Weimaraner
Silver & blue pure
tlbred born 15th May
"05 Females $600.
Males $500.
904-221-6971 or
904-962-5402
WELSH CORGI AKC, Swks
Healthy, happy, farm
Raised $400. 352472- 5489
YORKIES 2 M. $900ea. 2
F $1000ea. 538-0895 or
707-7254
YORKSHIRE TERRIER
PUPPIES Born 3/18.
AKC, HC, 386-792-3123







Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
M1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats

$ CASH PAID $
Boats or Yachts 545-833
16' Larson Flyer '97
115 hp Evinrude, hi
t lt p performance,
lower unit and
prop very fast $5000
912-258-0921
17' FOUR WINNS '96
130hp Volvo Penta, like
new, depth finder,
biminy top & trir $7800
912-729-8088
1957 SKIMARE Boat
w/trailer. new seats
and tires recently
renovated, needs
motor $1000 obo. Ph
576-9573 ask Scott
S19'TAHOE Bow-
rider '01. I/O 10k
L obo. 31 135hp,
many xtras, 30hrs,
gar kept 904-529-5227
after 5pm
28' BOSS 275, '03, Baha,
high performance, fully
loaded, $67,900 743-5030
28' Sport Craft '01 Sport
Fisher, 454 I/O, toilet,
stove, V birth, elec-
tronics, 200 hrs, garage
kept. Must sell !
$34,900. Call 545-8303
29'1996 RInker Cabin
| Cruiser, sleeps 4,
r|t head shower,
refridge, full canvas
350 mercruiser I/O $20k
below book 904-993-3185
'84, EVINRUDE 25, tiller,
manual, stainless prop,
exc cond, $950.
771-1918
SBUY TRAILER and
old boat and motor
free! trailer $60
excellent cond.
Daniel 729-4001,
573-9874 3p-llp
SCC CA B I N
STCRUISER- '83, twin
l)'engines, Galley,
head, a/c. Inverter,
sleeps 6, screen
enclosure and more







& 42C. Boat Tree at
Lambs Yacht Center.3
3420 Lakeshore Blvd
904-381-8980 B



motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440
SEADOO GTX LIM-
SITED '98, w/trailer,
hrs $3200 OBO. Call
904-270-1061 or
904 386-7802.

1230 sR v'sl &
WANTED Supplies


'00 Flair 31' basement,
loaded, extra clean
$28,900. 545-8303

$CASH PAID
RVs, MHs, TTS 545-8301
22' Coachmen Class C
'97 loaded, x clean, B10
Triton $18.900. 545-8303
We 27M 3 COACH-MAN
S CASCADE DLX M05-
Queen walkaround
bunks, sleeps 9, bath-
room, great cond.
$14,500. 213-9590
29' Coachmen '98
loaded XX CLEAN
$24,900. Call 545-8303
37' Itasca '97 tag axel
super slide loaded, xtracn
clean $31,900 545-8303



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1230 Supplies









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COLEMAN POP-UP
CAMPER '89 best
offer. 904- 629- 6597
or 904- 737-9983
Elderado 36' Motor
Home'87 35,000
org. miles. 454 Eng.
5.5KW Gen, New:
tires hoses & belt
$14.500. 904-254-0713
GEORGIA BOY Class A
'96, 31ft. basement
model, 15,386 mi. gen-
erator hrs 154, exc
cond, $32,500
904-259-3227
4, IMMACULATE ONE
OWNER 1999 Keystone
1|Sprinter 250RK
Designed to slepp six.
Priced $10,000neg. and
equipped to sell. 241-6555
KEYSTONE MONTANA'04
36' FW 4 slides, fully
loaded, $36,000
626-0732

1300 Motorcycles
BUELL CYCLONE '02- lo
miles, exc cond., many
extras. $6000. 556-1754
SBUELL X1 lighting
19998,000 miles,
tank bag new front
tire very fast, yel-
low, $5200 obo.
912-576-3151 or
904-234-0154
A E-TON 40CC '03, four
wheeler runs great,
| $450. firm. Call
539-7014 Mad Mike
4 Harley Davidson 78'
30k mi, Original
Hardware Asing
$7,000 Call 287-9518
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON
Sportster XL883,
195 8,800 miles,
windshield, bag
new tires, battery 10K
service done, $5000
912-571-3151 or
904-234-6154
4 Harley Dyna 02'
Super Glide 4100
I miles Gar kept. Extra
chrome accessories.
Many performance parts.
$144,900 obo
904-284-5258
HARLEY ELECTRA
GLIDE '83, New
tires, drive belt,
battery, seat, front
fender, rebuilt tranny.
Extras. Asking $7500.
(904) 771 7873

gun metal blue 3kmi, all
orig., gar kept, $15,900
904-813-6383
HD Sportster 1200 cust,
'02 low mi, gar kept,
$9350. Call 904-214-9529
HONDA CR 8 5 R'03
motocross bike, exc
shape. $1845. 389.7700
HONDA Goldwing GL1200
'86. needs work.
389-9696 or 228-8181
HONDA Magna '87,
7196 miles, blue
two helmets
windshield $2500.
Call 912-673-7151
HONDA SHADOW 750 '03
WS, crash bars, carrier,
2200mi $4700 886-2552
4 HONDA VTX 1300
T 04 Candy apple
red, w/ matching
Memphis Shade
windshield and helmet.
450miles. $7200. Call
912-673- 1247
912-322-6215
4 KAWASAKI EX250
S99- NINJAR.
Jl 145kmi. Jet stages
muzzy pipe, gar.
kept, only $1800ob0.
Mike 772-1754
4 KAWASAKI EX 250
1 '99 Ninja. 14K ml.
Il Jet Stage 3. Muzzy
nPipe. garage kept.
only $,0A OBO C3i1l
Mike 904 72 1754-1


1300 Motorcycles
. LOST DOG!! lyr old
Female English
SBulldog. KNGLD
Area. BRN/WHT
w/small diamond mark-
ing forehead. Very noti-
cable cleft lip/nose.
Extremely sweet,
friendly, lazy. Her name
is Yana.Will pay
reward!!!
I'm am TAD overseas.
Please contact parents:
Tom/Marsha 31SS536-0696
Will Pay Phone chargesil
SUZUKI DRZ400E Dirt
Bike 02. Electric start,
bought new Oct of 2004
must sell $3975. 38987700
SUZUKI Intruder '04
Volusia, 800 cc, Cobra
pipes, 4,800 mi's, like
new, Asking $5,700
904 382- 00' 1
4. YAMAHA 3
S WHEELER- with
I reverse. New tires,
carb rebuilt, needs
fine tuning. Fun!! Asking
$900 obo 215-2443
YAMAHA YZF600R
S- '02 9k mi, good
cond, runs great.
Never laid down.
Must sell. $4k obo.
Call 970-201-6974

1310 Auto Parrts
4 Tires & Rims
P225/75 R15 SIX
S Lug Toyota Dunlap
M&S, good tread
$125. Call 879-2992
4, BF Goodrich Radial
longtrail T/A
S23/75/R15 90%
S tread $200. Call
904-278-1952
4 GOODYEAR WORK
HORSES 235/75/R15
\ 90% TREAD $450.
904-278-1952

1320 Antiques/
1 Classics

GOODGUYS SPRING ROD
& CUSTOM NATIONALS
May 27-28-29.
Alltel Stadium-
Jacksonville. Over 1,500
rods, customs, classics,
muscle cars & trucks
thru '72, plus exhibits,
swap meet & cars for
sale area, arts & crafts,
entertainment & more.
Info: 925/838-9876 or
www.good-guys.com.
'66 FORD MUSTANG
Coupe. 289, AC, AT,
needs paint some
work, tan w/blk inter.
$7000obo. 904- 727 6619
4 Chevy Malibu '73
2 dr. 45.000. orig.-
|SB307 Auto, Dark
Brown/Blk top/Int.
great cond. New tires.
solid car! $3950. obo.
904-219-3894
FORD GALXAY XL 1964
289 A/T, runs & looks
good $4000 765-5354
SRare 1981 VW
"Rabbir' Pickup
SI 40mpg diesel,
show winner, lite
rust, oil leads, good
roadworthy condition.
$2295. 912-673-6052

1325 Automotive

2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
ACRUA 2.3CL '98
5 speed, 79K mi, mint
cond. $8500. 519-5602


1325 Automotive
AUDI A4 QUATRO'98, tip-
tronic, gd cond, great
buy $7,000 422-0023








AUDI Al6 03l 3.0L V6, like
new, loaded, excellent
cond, certified Audi war-
ranty, only 6K miles! $27,752

AUDIA6 '03, 4.2L Quattro,
V8, leather, SR, loaded,
excellent cond, only 37K
miles, certified Audi war-
ranty! $28,931

AUDIA62.8 QUATTRO '01,
Triptronic trans, leather,
SR, like new, only 42K miles,
certified Audi warranty!
$20,987

BMW 325cic 2002, Auto
Prem Pkg. Loaded
$35,988 371-4728
BMW 3251 2002
Low Miles. 24k Mi
$22,988 371-4728
BMW 5251A 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg,$28,988
371-4728
BMW 530iA 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD $28,788
371-4728
BMW 7401L 2001, Very
Clean Car, Loaded
$32,988 371-4728
BMW XS 4.4 2000, Auto,
Prem Pkg. Prem Sound,
Only 37k $31,988 371 4728
BUICK LESABRE
-'97, exc cond, 90k
mi, cold AC, Well
Maint. $5k
786-4800
4, BUICK REGAL '94
S Custom $2000.
S Call 406-0247.
4. BUICK SOMERSET
S'87 runs great,
SI new battery, great
for local use. Must
sell $400 OBO Call Hank
301-318-3841
CADALLACCTS '03, 34K
mi fact wrrty BOSE 6CD
in dash, $22K 571-5001
CADILLAC CATERA '97.
Loaded, low miles. $800
down. Call 674-4444
CADILLAC CTS '03
St#F310. $24,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV IMPALA '05 loaded,
outstanding, priced to
sell at $15,975. 389-7700
CHEVY CAMARO '01. AT,
AC, CD, alloys, loaded,
low mi. $8975. 674-4444
CHEVY CAMARO '97
Black, AT, Lthr, Cold Air,
Mag Whis, All Pwr.
Runs Great. Some
front-end damage.
$2995 obo. 625-5742
CHEVY CAMARO '98
Excellent condition
Low mileage. Asking
$5500. (904)226-9945
C. hevy Camaro SS
LS1 '02 Convert-
ible, 6 spd 25000
miles over 8 K in
dealer installed options
asking $23,500.
904-334-1962
904-268-3619
4, CHEVY Corvette '93,
conv, bright aqua
t| white leather LT1
auto. 30k miles,
immaculate, $19,000. Call
Mike @ 904-751-2794 eve
CHEVY IMPALA '03-Like
new fully loaded. $18k
904-768-5548/353-0489
CHEVY LUMINA'97 4dr,
at/ac, loaded.low miles.
$600 dn. Call 674-4444
CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
'00. Red, loaded, sharp.
$800 down. 674-4444
CHRYSLER 300 TOUR'05
ST#F458, $27,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHRYSLER LHS '93.
Leather, loaded, low
miles $600 dn. 674-4444
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'02 ST#E859A, $10,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE STRATUS '04 Exc
cnd. loaded, low mi. Can
fin $239mo wac. 389- 7700
4 FORD CONTOUR
'95- 93kmi, PWR,
LWin/Lock. Runs
ncgood. Free tune-up
included. $1500obo.


1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive
4, FORD CROWN -
VICTORIA- '02,
White c 1 owner LE S3002
4dr, very clean,
ood running cond,
fully loaded keyless Clea t in Jax!
entry trailer hitch a/c, $19,995. 777-5600
s. cruise ctr A.a
904-278-5525 ACU3cia
FORD ESCORT LX '02. range ark
4dr, AT, low miles. Nice.
$5975. CAll 777-9119
. Ford Granda 77 runs
g1 great very reliable MAZDA 626LX '01
4'. $1000 cal 887-4140 ST#F115, $9,788
Ford Mustang '00 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
& Ford Mustang '00
conv. white V6. MAZDA MILLENIA'01
<|/auto. 81K miles, ST#2532B, $11.788
loaded., $9000. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
887-4435
FORD MUSTANG '01 MAZDA MILLENIA '00.
ST# BUCF308A. $8788 Leather, moonroof,
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 loaded. $7975. 777-9119
FORD MUSTANG '97- MERCEDES 300SD '81,
owner Ided w/opt brown tan Ithr int $2500
Mint cond. 126kmi, obo. Call737-2054
Perfectly maint. Looks
& drives like new. MERCEDES C230 '99,
$4995obo. 904-696-9238 super charged, sports
sedan, bik. exc cond,
4, FORD Mustang GTV8 75K $12,900 obo
S'00 Conv. White, 5 813-9526
< spd, a/c, MAch 460
stereo, BIk/top, 93k. MERCURY COUGAR '93
garage kept, adult orig. XR-7. Cpe, 2D, AT, V8
owner $10,995 904- 220-7886, 5.L Engine Leather,
Cell 904-338-1448 Dual Power-Windows,
SDoors. Seats. AM/FM
4 FORD PROBE Cassette- Great Sound!
89-4cyl, 58kmi, 1 Owner 120,000 Miles.
silver with red Excellent Condition!
S itnerior, good $3000 (904) 270-1380
cond., $900. 992-7123
,. MERCURY GRAND
FORD TAURUS SES '04 MARQUIS LS "89
ST#F436, $10,988 Very good cond.
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 orig owner, NADA
HONDA ACCORD EX '02 $2475. -$3000 asking
Excellent cond, leather, SR. $2600. 904-278-8956
CD changer, only 23k miles! MERCURY SABLE WAGON
$15,953 '03. Loaded, 3rd seat,
l48atW5lJi'-15t-lZl'"'[I I low mi. $9,975. 699-9669
HONDA Accord EX '03, MGB 73 Convert
PRIVATE OWNER | hible runsgreatfun
bought new, full pwr, Iyto drive, needs
AT, AC, keyless entry, rockers replaced.
PL & PD, cruise, moon- 72 MGB -GT parts car
roof, 6 CD player, like 72 MGB -GT parts car
new 22K ml $17,600. also$3000. 904-277-8783
Linda 904-502-7934 MITS GALANT 03 immac
HONDA Civic '91, blue, loaded, must sell very
new tires, stereo sys. quickly $10,945. 389-7700
$1250 neg. 465-5138 NISSAN Altima '99, 79K,
HONDA CIVIC LX '90 Only new AC, 30mpg $5000
$3501 For listings call obo. Call 361-549-3629
800-749-8116 x7327
NISSAN ALTIMA GLE '01,
HONDA CIVIC LX '99. leather, alloy wheels, CD,
75k ml red, runs great, loaded, only 27K miles!
$6300. Call 226-4676 $11,875
HONDA PRELUDE '01, V6, 44W].5'l'll] E-I. [.HIUII
Sporty, SR. all per, equipt,
CD, alloy wheels, only 47K NISSAN ALTIMA GLE '99
miles! $13,776 Leather, at/ac, loaded,
Kj,4 m r Tlj=li] ri,-l moonroof, CD, low mi.

NISSAN GXE- '95,
INFINITI*- 130'0 PS/P8, new tires, loan
INFINITI 130'01 value, $2950. Must Sel
S Ride in style! $2900 obo. Call
11,995. 777-5600 262-2356 after 5:00pm
t Ac i ?Nissan GXE95'blue 4
Scua ..T dr, new tires, good
K fng k iaf -1 cond. exc. transpor-
SUaldl station $3200 obo Call
262-2356 after 5pm
NISSAN Maxima SE '03,
like new. Auto, ext
KIA OPTIMA'04 wrrty $18,750. 866 7021
St#F193. $11,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 NISSAN SENTRA '94,
Ltd Edition, gar kept, all
KIA RIO '01 maint. new tires, runs
ST#BUCF121A, $3988 great, 87k mi, $3900
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 912-674-1500
KIA Rio '02, exc cond, OLDS CIERA 95
23K mi, adult driven at, STOBUC F27,)A. A3 9 3a
$5100 obo. 571-1234 o1. Tmu,- 7 IUi'JfPLt .' I i;;
LEXUSES300 '01, leather, P EO 4
SR, all pwr equipt alloy PLYMOUTH NEON '99 4dr
wheels, CD, loaded excel- .T=BUC'628C. 14 *-6_
lent cond, only 51k miles! TI'! euINiH AL 'i'fI .i a>
$17,957 T- PONITIAC Trans
in45'-."lHl-IV'--'1'-Il. / AM '97 6 5.0 Vi.
ULINCOLN LS '02 Lu i i o. :'.' f r.' A0 "
St#F487. $16988 89. .x mi X M.1,
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 extras ,cuit',m .sr,,5ei
$110.00 00.c).C,31
LINCOLN LS SPORT'00 912 5 10 .890
R$12,750. 352- 14.21 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 0I
$12750. 352 142 Fully loaded, immac
LINCOLN Town Car '00, cond. priced to sell very
V8, 4dr. exec, silver, ext quickly $7975. 389-7700
bik cloth top, Ithr int
6pk CD player. 36K mi. PONTIAC GRAND AM '03
mint cond, $18,000 obo. Immac, loaded, must sell
904-200-0748 this week $9975. 389-7700


1325 Automotive
PORSCHE BOXSTER '04
Red/tan, 15K, flawless.
$36,000. obo. Wkdays
800-245-5201, Nights
/weekend 229 242 5081
SAAB 9 3E '01
ST#F422 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN '98, auto-
matic, good RV tow
to, car, low miles
$5000 OBO. Call
Chuck 904-223 4977
SATURN VUE '04
ST#F150 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI ESTEEM '99 Exc
cond, great transporta-
tion, exc gas mileage.
must sell $2775. 389 7700









TOYOTA CAMRY Solara
SLE 00. AImmc pond, loaded



must se$12,995. $9775. 38967700

TOYOTA CELICA GTS '02
5spd. loaded, sunroof.
$14,975. call 777-9119
TOYOTA COROLLA LE 03
Outstanding cond. low
miles, loaded, must sell
fast $11,975. 389-7700
TOYOTA Cressida '91,
great Grad gift, com-
pletely equipped saf-
est car on the road. call
886-9034 $3300


eady for summer rI
,Won't last. $15,995
777-5600

Orange Park


TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER '03
ST#F464 $20,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VOLVO 850 WAGON '94
Lthr, at/ac, loaded, nice
$4975. Call 699-9669
VOLVO 960 '93,
automatic, low
mileage, multiple
CD changer, cas-
sette player, 8 speak-
ers, moon roof, new
tires, gold w/ leather
interior, immaculate.
264-9333
VOLVO 960 96
ST#BUC1356B $4988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
VW BEETLE '00. Mechan-
ics special, overall very
good cond, some work
needed $5945. 389 7700
VW BEETLE GLS '00
Turbo. Red, at, loaded,
Ithr, moonroof, 40,800
miles. $9,975. 699-9669
VWPASSATGLS '01,
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KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
TERRY BUICK
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC

4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
i NIMNICHT CADILLAC
S7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 354-2057



COGGIN CHEVY-AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrys-Plym of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

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



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK


1325 Automotive


1335 $2000 or Less
$5001 POLICE INPOUNDS!
Cars from $500! Listings
800-749-8116 x2529
BUICK Century '95, exc
cond. $1895. Call
502-7727 or 226-3835
BUICK LESABRE 92
mechanics special,needs
very little work, must sell
fast $775. 389 7700
BUICK Regal custom '94,
runs greatgreat body
$2000. Call 406-0247
4. Buick Somerset '87
T runs great new
battery great for
local use must sell
$400. obo. Call Hank
301-318-3841
CADILLAC ELDORADO 92
Great shape, must sell.
need cash $985. 389-7700

CARS FROM $1200
AC, AUTO,
CALL 904-695-9993
CHEVY Cavalier '95, exc
cond, everything works,
cold AC $2000 349-5178
CHEVY GMC JIMMY '88,
cold air, burgundy, new
int good cond.
$14950bo 625-5742
FORD MUSTANG '94
Convy., strong V-6, A/T,
A/C, new tires &
brakes, drives like new
$950 374-1459
FORD T-BIRD -'95.
cold AC, air sus-
pension, spoiler,
$1650. 388-3145
HONDA CIVIC LX '90 Only
$3501 For listings call
800-749-8116 x7327
4 Nissan Altima SE
.93 Silver 108K
nose mask,
AM/FM cassette
5spd, well maintained
$ 2 0 0 0 o b o .
904-317-1482
4 Saturn SC2 '92 AT,
SPW, cruise, silver
Slover black ext.,
black int. $1399.
D an i e l Peas e
912-729-4001
912-573-9874. 3p-11p.
4, VOLVO '86 $350
obo. Hi mi, rough
shape but it runs,
may need alter-
nator. Call 552-1291
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's


CHEVY BLAZER '00
St#BUCE958A. $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY S10 Reg Cab '01
Exc cond, can finance
$149mo wac. 389- 7700
4 CHEVY Tahoe '99
v-8 2wd leather
1 159K, miles exc
cond $8750. Call
901-249-5778
4. CHEVY
T TRAILBLAZER LS
< '02 4X4 loaded 45K
mi pewter 16,500
obo. Dave 904-545 1292
DODGE 1500 QUAD
SHORT BED- '2001
1.89,900 mi, sport
a/c, pwr seat,
windows, tilt cruise,
bedliner Silver $10,775
904-277-4673
DODGE 1500 Quad Cab
SLT '01. V8, at. loaded,
nice. $11,975. 777-9119
DODGE DAKOTA -
'94, ex cond, Vt,
S Leer topper Cold
AC. Well Maint.
$3000 904-786-4806
DODGE DAKOTA '00
V8, Auto, AC. Fast! $4975.
Call 674-4444
DODGE RAM '02 2500
Quad Cab, Cummins
Turbo diesel, ar kept,
4WD, lownr, 49kmi, Lded.
None nicer anywhere.
$24,750 Cash. 334-5367
DODGE RAM 1500 4x4 03
Hemi, Laramie SLT Quad
Cab. Immaculate $20,975.
389-7700
SDodge Ram SLT '97
Lavamie 4x4 must
Fjt see! $10,500. new
eng. very well
maint. Call Tony at
904-553-9783
FORD BRONCO XLT 4x4
90. V8, AT. AC, loaded
$2975. Call 674-4444
4 FORD EXPEDITION
'98 4x4 Eddie
Bauer. all power,
77k low mi. tires,
battery brakes, will not
be disappointed.
$13,500 270-217-3629
FORD Expedition '98,
Eddie Bauer, 94K mi
gar kept, exc cond, 2nd
owner. $10,900 obo.
904 264 -7101 cell
904-463- 4074
FORD EXPEDITION '99.
Dual AC, loaded, 58K
miles. $13,975. 777-9119
FORD EXPEDITION '97
Eddie Bauer edition.
Leather, loaded, nice.
$9975. Call 674-4444
FORD F-150 extended
cab w/shell & class III
hitch runs excel
221-6971 or 982-2750
FORD FISO0 XL 04 ,:
xhap,_' IO. mi.:-5 mu'il
Sell Quikt15 94'. 3'? .700


Trucks /
1340 Trailers /
SUV's
FORD F150 XLT X Cab
4x4 '94. V8, at/ac,
loaded. $6975. 674-4444 1
FORD F350 SuperCab '00
Lariat 4x4 Power Stroke
Ithr int $19,000 806- 6145
FORD RANGER '99 Step- I
side. 28,000 miles,
at/ac, $7975. 674-4444
FORD RANGER' 97
ST#BUCF206A $3988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD RANGER XLT '03
4dr, PW, PL, PM, PS, PB,
Stereo & CD. 6cyl, AT,
Tow pkg, bedliner, $13k
904-269-5009
GMC YUKON Denail XL
'03. tv/dvd, awd, immac
low mi $32,975. 3897700
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '02
ST#F466 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ISUZU RODEO '03
ST#5114D $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
0 Jeep CJ5 '81 258CI
T w/clifford intake,
Holley 390 Excel
It restoration
project. Xtra parts
avail. $2500. obo
912-573-4806 or
912-674-1074

R JEEP GRAND
WCHEROKEE'00'T
l'$12,995. 777-5600
PAcuram.



JEEP LIBERTY LTD '02
ST#2142C, $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP WRANGLER '98
St#F206A. $12,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SHORTAGE '00
ST#BUCF457, $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
KIA SPORTAGE EX '01. AT,
AC, loaded, low miles.
$700 down. 674-4444
LEXUS RX300 '01, leather,
SR, premium sound, like
new, low miles! $21,988
MERCURY Mountaineer
'98. Leathr, loaded, very
nice $700 dn. 674-4444
4, Nissan King Cab
'85 all power, 2000
Smiles on rebuilt
eng. after market
header, carb camshaft,
alum wheels $3000.
904-619-0831


NISSAN MURANO
SL'03
^.Leather, sunroof..A
S$24,995. 777-5600

ePark


NISSAN Pati-,irndr ',i0
J a c .. pl. sur r,:, r.
6 14 m. 13 9'633 22C


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

NISSAN XTERRA 01
ST# 5791B, $13,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

OLDS BRAVADA '00
owner. Leather, sunroof
Platinum Ed. $9250 778-2897

rOYOTA TACOMA 03 exc
:nd, R.cab, priced to sell
this wk $10,575. 389.7700


1345 Vans/Buses
CHEVY HI TOP CONVER-
SION VAN '88. VS, at/ac,
dual AC. loaded, runs
good. $19,975. 674-4444

CHEVY SUBURBAN-
'03, 36k highway
' ,rni, leather, DVD,
exc condition,
Cargo tray asking
$28,900 912-322-1171

DODGE CARAVAN '96
Cold AC. great cond.
priced for immediate
sale. $3875. 389- 7700

DODGE CARAVAN '05.
Immac, loaded, priced to
sell fast $17,995. 389-7700

DODGE GRAND CARA-
VAN LE- '97. pw. pdl,
cruise, a/c new tires
$5,000 422-0023

FORD E350'03 15 pas-
senger Van. VS, at, dual
AC. $14,975. 777-9119

FORD WINDSTAR '01. 4dr,
AT, dual AC. loaded.
$6975. Call 699-9669

GMC SAFARI-'99, Dual
A/C, 8 psg, 111k mi, at,
gd cond, $4300 699-7879





S$17,995. 777-5600





MAZDA MPV LX '02
St#1728B. $14,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

135 c Auto's/Trucks
J1355 Wanted
1990-1995 NISSAN
Maxima, Bad Motor;
Bad Trans. Call 631-6898

WILL PURCHASE *
CAR OR TRUCK
& PAY OFF LIEN.
CALL 904-838-5029


AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600

DUVAL ACURA
11225 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8000


RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 394-6561


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
DUVAL FORD
1616 Cassat Ave. 387-6541
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA

OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
DUVAL HONDA
1325 Cassat Ave. 899-1900
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



HYUNDAI OF N. JACKSONVILLE
3333 N. Main St. 354-1224
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
TERRY HYUNDAI
6400 Blanding Blvd. 777-5550



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD
CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


COGGIN KIA


Green Cove Springs 264-2416 9401 Atlantic BlvdI.. 723-3210 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200 MWUn IU PIOruTS
ORANGE PARK DODGE RAY CARTER KIA SATURN OF AVENUES www.worldimportsusa.corn
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500 6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078 10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145 11650 BEACH BLVD.998-9992
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LAMBORGHINI -ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando FI 407-339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



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



MATHENY LOTUS
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


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



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



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


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


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 L 1 Nor StAg 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400



COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
3919 Phillips Hwy. 733-1616



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



ROLLS ROYCE -ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.corn



SATURN OF REGENCY


SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071



SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000

COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS PRE-OWNED
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 641-2500

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002

DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001

Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
FRANK GRIFFIN

SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877
COGGIN USED CAR

SUPERCENTER
8500 Altantic Blvd. 724-4999

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

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491





TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
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