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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 2005
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Battle "E"
VS-31, VR-58 Win Top Award
Page 3


Fitness Center
Variety Of Exercise Programs Available
Pages 8-9


Kids Graduate
CDC Holds Annual Ceremony
Page 12


THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2005


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TOUCHING Commissary wins 'Best in th

iASE Miriam S. Gallet


PSD Jax ID card
service closed
June 6-7
The Personnel Support
detachment (PSD) Jax ID
Card section will be
closed June 6 and the
morning of June 7. PSD
Jax will be upgrading the
ID card CPU machines in
preparation for. RAPIDS
7.0 platform requirements.
All ID card services will be
performed at PSD May-
port during the upgrade.


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

CNO to speak at
Battle of Midway
Dinner

The Navy League of
Mayport is hosting this
year's Battle of Midway
Commemoration Dinner,
which will be held
Saturday 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. and dinner at 7:30.
Tickets may be pur-
chased from the following
locations: Navy League of
Mayport at 285-8731,
USO Mayport at 246-
3481, USO Jacksonville at
778-2821, NS Mayport
Command Master Chief at
270-5940, NAS Jax CMC
at 542-2934 and Blount
Island 1st Sgt. at 696-
5058.
Please make checks
payable to Midway Dinner.


T like Winn-Dixie, Publix
i | or Albertson's, the NAS
.. Jax Commissary serves
the finest military in the world,"
exclaimed a jubilant Larry Bentley,
NAS Jacksonville Commissary
director, upon presenting the win-
ning trophy to the commissary
employees, patrons, wholesalers,
contractors, family and friends and
special guests at a celebratory pic-
nic Thursday."
On May 18, the Defense Commis-
sary Agency (DeCA) named the
NAS Jacksonville Commissary as
the winner of the 2004 Director's
Award for the Best Superstore
worldwide. The announcement was
made at DeCA's 2005 Conference
and Training Event Awards
Banquet in Nashville, Tenn.
The award recognized overall
excellence in commissary opera-
tions and service in 2004. Last
year, the NAS Jax Commissary
broke all sales records with a 10 to
12 percent total monthly increase.
In December, the store also set a
new record when it generated $5
million in sales.
"Our commissary patrons are the
true winners of this award. Every
day we come to work, we demon-
strate superior customer service to
them, which enables us to success-
fully reach or surpass our sales
goals," said an elated Bentley.
"When the warfighters take off
from our runways and head to war,
we know we have taken good care


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Photo by Bonnie Powell
Larry Bentley, NAS Jacksonville store director (second from left), erupts with
fist-pumping glee when Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) officials
announce that his commissary has earned the Director's Award for Best
Superstore in the world. Celebrating with him are (left to right) Max
Kraftchick, manager, Zone 4, DeCA East Region Director Bonnie Kanitz and
Scott Simpson, the agency's chief operating officer.


of them and will continue to cham-
pion quality-of-life issues for the
families left behind."
"Although the managers played
an important role in ensuring each
department was well stocked and
patrons found what they needed
each time they visited the commis-
sary, it was our staff that made it
possible for us to increase sales,
delight our customers and win this
prestigious award," Bentley added.


"I have the best team in the world
and I'm deeply grateful for their
devotion to the store and our cus-
tomers."
During the awards presentation
in Nashville, Patrick Nixon, DeCA's
acting director and chief executive
officer said, "This competition
emphasizes our agency's commit-
ment to quality in consistently
delivering the commissary's bene-
fits. That means all 270 commis-


ie World'
series, regardless of their location
in the. world, strive to provide top-
quality customer service in clean,
attractive, well-stocked facilities.
This year's winners, representing
the 'best of the best,' have excelled
in delivering the commissary bene-
fit and I commend them for their
hard work serving our nation's mil-
itary service members."
According to Bentley, the criteria
used this year to judge the commis-
saries were tougher than the previ-
ous year. "The criteria included
accountability, unit cost, IG scores,
sales and commissary customer
service survey. Under the accounta-
bility criteria, all departments in
the store must be in tolerance for
the accountable year," he ex-
plained.
"The unit cost criteria states that
a store must meet or come in below
end-of-year final unit-cost goal,
Bentley said. "Under the commis-
sary customer service survey crite-
ria, the store must exceed the DeCA
average or its sales band average.
The sales criteria states that stores
in the continental United States
must show a positive sales growth
averaging the past two years
against the previous year."
"It's the commissary's first time
to win the award. Even though the
competition was though, we
worked hard and were ready,"
explained Denise Claxton, store
administrator. "In February, our
commissary was named the "Best
Super Commissary" in the DeCA

See COMMISSARY, Page 13


Clay County honors



military members


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AOI(AW) Ulandia Brooks of Commander, Patrol Wing 11,
receives a plaque and $50 Savings Bond from Jerry Scally,
chairman, Clay County Business Development Advisory
Board during the 27th annual Clay County Military
Appreciation Luncheon Wednesday.


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Nearly 300 people celebrated the 27th
annual Clay County Military
Appreciation Luncheon organized by
the Clay County Chamber of Commerce on
May 25.
The event is held each year to recognize
and honor military members of the local
community by area businesses and resi-
dents of Clay County. This year's guest
speaker was NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson.
In previous years, the event was held in
October and only recognized three out-
standing military members from Clay
County. "We used to have this luncheon in
October decided to change it to May because
it's Military Appreciation Month. The cham-
ber also changed their fiscal calendar year
to Oct. 1 through Sept. 30 so we hold our
annual dinner now in October. We didn't


A time to honor


Photos by Miriam S. ballet
The City of Green Cove Springs hosted its 17th annual Memorial Day River Fest Monday.
During the event, fallen heroes, veterans and those currently serving in the Armed Forces
were honored. Green Cove Springs Mayor Robert Page presented a proclamation to
Naval Air Depot Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. David Beck and NAS
Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn proclaiming May 30 as Military
Service Day in Green Cove Springs. From left, Green Cove Springs Councilman Matthew
Tinney Jr., Vice-Mayor Debbie Ricks, Page, Beck, Tamblyn, Councilman Mike Kelter and
City Manager Don Bowels.
City Manager Don Bowels.


want to have two major events in the same
month," explained Kathy Hayman, business
development manager for the Clay County
Chamber of Com-merce.
"We also used to only recognize three peo-
ple, the military person, reservist and
spouse from Clay County but we wanted to
try to recognize more military individuals.
After meeting with some military officials,
we decided to eliminate the nomination pro-
cess, which was very difficult, and recognize
the Sailors of the Year from the different
commands at NAS Jax, two members from
Blount Island Command and two from
Camp Bland-ing Joint Training Center."
The event began with a presentation of
colors by the NAS Jax Honor Sup-port
Team while MU3 Phil Stacey of Navy Band
Southeast sang the National Anthem.
After the invocation, a short presentation
was given to remember prisoner of war and

See CLAY COUNTY, Page 13


Members of the
NAS Jax Honor
Support Team
present the col-
ors as the Navy
Band Southeast
Brass Quintet
(not pictured)
plays the Nation-
al Anthem. (From
left) ABH3 Junior
Joseph of NAS
Jax Operations
Department,
ASAA Jeremie
Paul and AD3
Art Martinez,
both from
Aircraft
Intermediate
Maintenance
Detachment Jax,
and AD1 (AW)
Paul Walker of
the Center for
Naval Aviation
Technical
Training Unit.


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2 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 2, 2005


Homeowner's insurance:



How to be insurance smart


By Arlene Hull
LIFELines.navy.mil
LIFELines.usmc.mil
f it starts to rain for 40 days and
40 nights next week, and your
home floods, will your insurance
company cover the damages? If light-
ening strikes your home, are you cov-
ered for those damages? If you back
your car out of the garage before
opening the garage door, who covers
that?
And now for the big IF: If you live
in government quarters, is the gov-
ernment responsible for these poten-
tial losses?
If you suffer losses or damage to
your personal property as a result of
damage to the structure (your quar-
ters) while you are living in military
housing, you can file a claim against
the government (or the independent
housing contractor, as a result of pri-
vatization of housing on bases) for
those losses, as long as you are not at
fault for the damages.
Rose Raber, housing manager for
Parris Island Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, S.C., advises that all military
service members should carry their
own insurance coverage for their per-
sonal property, whether they live on
base or in town. Having your own
insurance coverage provides you with
continuity of coverage as you move in
and out of military housing and civil-
ian housing over the years.
Learn the Lingo
Be familiar with insurance terms


(http://www.insure.com/home/
basics.html) and the different cover-
ages provided by the different types of
insurance. This will help you make an
informed decision when choosing your
insurance coverage. Having all of
your insurance policies written by one
company helps you to avoid double
coverage.
Homeowner's insurance: covers the
structure as well as the contents, of
your home if you own it and reside in
it. Coverage for flood, earthquake, or
other perils may require additional
policy endorsements.
Renter's insurance: covers your per-
sonal property (clothes, furniture,


dishes, etc.) when you live in a home
that you rent from someone else.
Dwelling insurance: covers damage
to the actual structure of a home that
you own but rent out to another party
(sometimes referred to as a fire poli-
cy).
Flood insurance: covers your loss as
a result of water, such as rising tides,
river flooding, or even mud slides.
Earthquake insurance: covers your
loss as a result of an earthquake.
Personal liability: covers what you
would be responsible for if another
party suffered a loss as a result of an
accident on your property. This policy
would also cover your liability if a
tenant in your property suffered loss-
es for which they did not have insur-
ance and held you, as the property
owner, responsible.
Deductible: that part of the loss
that you agree to be responsible for. If
you carry a $500 deductible and you
have a $2,000 claim, you are responsi-
ble for the first $500, and the insur-
ance company will pay the remaining
$1,500.
Exactly what your insurance policy
covers, what coverage you should
have, how much deductible you can
afford, and when enough is enough
and too much is too much are all
important questions http://www.
insweb.com/research/faq/homeowner-q.
htm to ask when making insurance
coverage decisions.


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
, A t what point exactly
A/ did I become my
JLmother? This is my
latest conundrum. Oh, I
know, everyone asks the
same thing at one point or
another, but really, when
did it happen? I must have
been busy watching Oprah
or ironing uniform pants,
because I don't remember
anyone asking me if I
wanted to give up being a
kid.
Nevertheless, several
weeks ago I attended
Ford's first tee-ball prac-
tice, and wham! I was a
mom. Of course, I became a
mother nearly five years
ago when Ford was born,
but with the help of vari-
ous hairstyles and hip-
hugging jeans, I had man-
aged to delay feeling like a
"Mom."
Then there I was drag-
ging a folded beach chair
through red, powdery dust,
headed to Ford's game and
thinking nothing else
except "How will I ever get
this baseball soot out of
our socks?"
My other son Owen (2)
toddled behind begging for
a Sprite from the conces-
sion stand, seemingly


unaware of the life-alter-
ing moment that had just
struck me breathless. I
stopped, dropped the beach
chair and said to no one in
particular, "I've become my
mother."
I should have known the
day was coming; my mom
and I are so similar it's
frightening. We are both
baby sisters to older broth-
ers. We are both artistic.
We both have thin, flat
hair that needs high-priced
"goo" to keep a curl.
We both married Navy
pilots who can fly a plane
better than they can sepa-
rate the darks from the
lights when doing laundry.
Yet still I never thought I'd
be dragging a beach chair
through baseball dust and
ransacking my gigantic
purse for money to buy
Owen's drink.
When I was finally set-
tled in my chair and the
shock had worn off, I said
to nearby moms, "Do you
ever feel like you've turned
into your mother?" From
the look on their faces, I
decided talk like that isn't
permitted on tee-ball side-
lines. It's the if-we-don't-
talk-about-it-then-it-isn't-
really-happening tactic.
So I sat there in my-flim-
sy beach chair that felt


like it would break
beneath me and thought
about all the times I went
with mom to the baseball
field to watch my older
brothers' games. More
often that not, it was just
the two of us because dad
was on deployment. I
'd play in the dirt beside
mom's feet while she
talked to the other women
about which teachers they
liked best and where to
find the least expensive
gallon of milk. It all
seemed so...well, motherly.
And then I'd ask for fifty
cents to buy a Nutty
Buddy at the concession
stand and mom would dig
through her purse, sighing
something to the effect of,
"Just one because you
don't want to spoil your
dinner." (Now I know what
she really meant was,
"Just one because I'll never
find another fifty cents in
this bag.")
It was all very safe and
comforting. I didn't have to
remember to bring chairs
or sunblock or juice boxes.
These things just appeared
as mom pulled them out of
her magic bag. And I didn't
have to keep one eye on
the game, ready to do the
wave when Van or Will
made a homerun. No, I just


played in the dirt... and got
my socks dusty and red.
For Ford's last tee-ball
game, my dad was in town
on business and came to
watch. He and I stood in
the dust, squinting at the
sun, keeping one eye on
Owen playing at our feet,
and the other eye on Ford
each time he yelled, "Did
you see that mom and
*pop?"
At one point I turned to
dad and said, "I think I'm
turning into mom."
Dad smiled and reached
down to tousle Owen's
hair. "Yes, I guess you are,"
he said. And by the look on
his face I knew what. he
was telling me:
Someday all the socks
will be clean.
Someday the beach bag
will be empty.
Someday I won't be able
to remember the last time
I ate a concession stand
Nutty-Buddy.
Someday I will have a
very small purse.
Someday these will be
the moments I cherish.
Just like mom.

Sarah Smiley can be
reached for comments at
www.sarahsmiley.com.


HEY, MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan:
When I finished Boot
Camp and went to "A" school
in Pensacola, Fla., I needed
a car. I did not have any
credit so I paid a lot for my
car and then financed it
with the car dealer.
They are charging me 26
percent interest but they
told me I could refinance it
with my credit union. When
I went to the credit union to
refinance, they told me they
would not help me. I
thought they were supposed
to help you with your debt
and credit. What should I
do now?
MoneyMan Sez:
Buying a car, new or used,
is normally an expensive
undertaking. Just after boot
camp you should have
attended a two-day financial
planning course, which
exposed you to the hazards
of car buying.
Unfortunately, car dealers
make the deals sound "too
good to be true" and they
usually are!
What is the "blue book"
price for your car now and
how much do you owe? If
ypu owe more than the car


is worth, it is hard to refi-
nance it. Stop by the Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society
office and ask one of the
caseworkers to check out
your contract. If you cannot
refinance the car now, you
may be able to pay extra
each month until the
amount you owe equals the
value of the car.
Think carefully before you
let anyone repossess the
vehicle. Normally if they
take the car back, even with
a "voluntary repossession,"
they will sell the car and
you still must pay the differ-
ence between the selling
price and the amount you
owe. Not a good deal!
Try to maintain good cred-
it by paying all of your bills
on time. Once you have
established a good payment
track record, talk to your
credit union about refinanc-
ing.
They normally will bend
over backwards to help
someone with good credit.
Keep working and get out
from under this high inter-
est loan as soon as you can!
Then, learn your lesson!
Always pay attention to


interest rates when making
purchases on credit.
Interest rates matter!


More questions? Call Hey

MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


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SUNDAY SURVLC ES

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.


S RC3(IRW/SWI LRNCE PAGE
Job title/command:
Air Traffic Controller,
S Air Operations

Hometown: Melbourne, Fla.


Family Life: Married with one child.


Past Duty Stations: USS Kitty Hawk (CV
;'63), FACSFAC San Diego

Career Plans: To attend Officer Candidate
School.

Most Interesting Experience: Going on
an East Asia tour.

Words of Wisdom: Pay attention to detail.

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CHRISTOPHER HICKS
Job title/command:
Firefighter, NAS Jax Fire
S Department

;Hometown: Middleburg, Fla.


I Family Life: Married with one son.

Past Duty Stations: Moody AFB,
Valdosta, Ga.

Career Plans: To move up in rank at the fire
department.

Most Interesting Experience: Deploying
to Pakistan.

Words of Wisdom: Keep educating your-
self.


MWR/Cummer forge partnership
I he NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
department in an effort to constantly improve the
quality of life for service members and their families
is partnering with The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
to offer discount tickets and museum membership to the
active duty members at its Information, Tickets and Travel
Office.
Tomorrow, military members, DoD civilians, retirees and
their families will have an opportunity to meet representa-
tives from the museum during the monthly All Hands Reef
& Beef at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. Museum representa-
tives will explain their new military discounted admission
and membership and the upcoming Military Time
Celebration July 14.
For further information about the Reef & Beef, call 542-
3041. For information about the Cummer Museum, call
356-6857.

Correction...
O n Page 1 of last week's issue, Ken Petterson was
incorrectly identified as the Naval Air Depot
Jacksonville Occupational, Safety and Health man-
ager. He is the Naval Air Depot Occupational, Safety and
Health manager. We regret this error.







NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .............Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer MiriamA. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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ON THE HOMEFRONT


Tee ball reminds me that I'm becoming my mother





JaxAir NeWS, NAS JacksonvilleThursday, June 2, 2005 3


'Sunseekers' win 2004 Battle "E"


Photo courtesy of VS-31
This S-3 aircraft on display at NAS Jacksonville Heritage Park was recently repainted with the
VS-31 "Topcat" scheme. The Topcats were awarded the Battle Efficiency Award and the
Lockheed Martin Golden Wrench Maintenance Excellence Award for 2004. The painted "E"
and wrench are proudly displayed on the nose of all VS-31 aircraft.


VS-31 takes home


the Battle "E" award


By Lt. j.g. Christopher Amis
VS-31 PAO
On the evening of April 30, during the
annual Viking Ball, Capt. Ted Algire,
Commander, Sea Control Wing U. S.
Atlantic Fleet, announced that the
"Topcats" of VS-31 had won the coveted
Commander, Naval Air Forces, U. S. Atlantic
Fleet Battle Efficiency Award for 2004. The
"Battle E" is awarded for outstanding
achievements by an individual squadron in
the areas of operations, combat readiness,
and safety.
In 2004, the Topcats logged over 1,800
flights and nearly 1,400 carrier arrested
landings, nearly all while deployed in sup-
port of Operation Iraqi Freedom. While
accumulating more than 4,000 total flight
hours for the year, VS-31 met the require-
ments of every mission tasked and finished
the year with a 98.5 percent sortie comple-
tion rate overall.
VS-31 maintainers have led the way in
efficiently maximizing the use of assets
while keeping safety a top priority. In 2004,
the squadron reduced maintenance hours
per flight hour by 22. percent compared to
the previous year and reduced aircraft turn-
around time by 30 percent. Lockheed
Martin further honored the superior per-
formance of the Topcat Maintenance
Department by naming them the winners of
the Golden Wrench Maintenance Excellence
Award for 2004, a distinction given annual-


ly to the top S3-B maintenance department.
During 2004, the Topcats continued their
proud history of contributing to S-3B tactics
development and weapon system improve-
ments. VS-31 was an integral part of for-
mulating defensive fast attack craft/fast
inshore attack craft tactics within USS
George Washington Carrier Strike Group.
The Topcats also furthered anti-surface
warfare SLAM-ER missile employment tac-
tics and integration. This led to numerous
submissions of changes to the Maverick
Plus System user's guide and also the cre-
ation of a classified supplement for this
guide to create a "one-stop" planning docu-
ment for S-3B tacticians.
In keeping with the SECNAV's directives,
VS-31 has aggressively approached safety,
both on and off-duty. The presence of effec-
tive leadership and increased integration of
ORM at all levels of the command has led to
a 23 percent decrease in work related
injuries compared to their previous deploy-
ment and 36 percent fewer off-duty injuries
compared to the previous year.
Lt. Mike Ferrara, Lt. Jason Cassisi, Lt. j. g
Chris Edwards and many of the Topcat
spouses were present at the Viking Ball to
accept the "Battle E" award on behalf of VS-
31. The rest of the squadron members were
unable to attend this year as they were
embarked aboard USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN-69), continuing to do
what they do best lead the way in the
Viking community from the flight deck.


By Lt. Cmdr. Todd
Shipman
VR-58 PAO
O ver the years, the
"Sunseekers" of VR-
58 have justifiably
earned the reputation as
the "Best of the Fleet" in
logistical support.
Recently, the squadron once
again set the standard as
the best of the fleet and the
fleet logistics support wing
by winning numerous
awards for their accom-
plishments.
For this effort, the
squadron was recently
awarded the 2004
Congressman Bill Chappell
award, recognizing the
squadron for operational
excellence in the Fleet
Logistics Support Wing as
well as winning the 2004
James M. Holcombe award
for maintenance excellence.
In addition, the squadron
was recognized with the


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James M. Holcombe CNOSafetyAard
Awaro for
Maintenance Excellonce

Photo courtesy of VR-58
The Battle "E" award is proudly displayed in the VR-58 hangar
next to the squadron's other awards.


Commander Fleet Logistics
Support Wing CY-04
Retention Excellence
award.
All three of these awards
were instrumental in the
command recently winning
the coveted Noel Davis
"Battle E" Trophy for 2004.
During 2004, VR-58 sup-
ported the fleet through
logistics transportation to
six continents around the
globe, 24 hours a day, seven
days a week, directly sup-
porting operations such as


Iraqi Freedom, Enduring
Freedom and the global
war on terror. Last year, the
Sunseekers transported
over 1.7 million pounds of
cargo, 37,664 passengers
and flew in excess of 6,100
hours.
"We are a team, and the
efforts of working as a team
to support the fleet have
paid off in the form of these
prestigious awards," said
VR-58 commanding officer
Cmdr. Will Hall, "We will
continue to 'press on'".


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ing, certain accessories, and books for the
last nine days of July 2005.
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HS-75 lands a perfect




run on deployment

By 102 Nicholas Spinelli
REDCOM SE Public Affairs


he pilots and crew of
HS-75 deployed from
NAS Jacksonville last
week to participate in per-
spective commanding officer
and antisubmarine warfare
missions at the Atlantic
Underwater Test-ing and
Evaluation Center (AUTEC)
at Andros Island, Bahamas.
The 72-member team
spent five days launching
choppers and flying over the
Caribbean tracking U.S.
submarines.
"We track and attack the
subs," explained AOC
Michael Dodge. "It's their
[the submarine's] job to get
away from us."
"It's like Top Gun," clari-
fied AT1 Chris Crawely.
"But with helicopters."
AUTEC offers training to
the submarine fleet year-
round, with helicopter
squadrons from all along
the east coast participating.
Helicopters are loaded with
dummy torpedoes and sent
to track submarines off the
coast. The subs must evade
the helicopters and torpe-
does as one of the final tests
before a perspective com-
manding officer can take
command of the boat.
During the deployment, HS-
75 earned a perfect score of
seven confirmed kills out of
seven attempts.
HS-75 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Zack Taylor
says he wasn't surprised
they did so well and that
there's a simple reason why


Photo by J02 Nicholas Spinelli
A HS-75 helicopter runs through its final check list with an air crew member before taking off
on an Atlantic Undersea Testing and Evaluation Center exercise.

HS-75 crewmembers find drugs while on liberty


By 02 Nicholas Spinelli
REDCOM SE Public Affairs


Three Sailors from the NAS Jack-
sonville-based HS-75 discovered a
package filled with marijuana
while on liberty at Andros Island,
Bahamas last week.
The Sailors, A02 Nancy Jordan, A02
James Braun and PN1 Marsha Cardin,
were enjoying some much deserved liber-
ty while on deployment to the Atlantic
Undersea Testing and Evaluation Center
to participate in perspective commanding
officer and antisubmarine warfare train-
ing when they found the package.
"We were walking on the beach," said
Braun, "and we saw this package
wrapped in electrical tape. We saw what


his squadron stands out
above the rest. "Our team is
very, very talented. Our
pilots have an average of


was in it, and immediately contacted
security."
The trio reported their find to local mil-
itary authorities and led them back to
the beach where they found the drugs.
Base security contacted local Drug
Enforcement Agency (DEA) agents who
took statements from the Sailors and
took control of the investigation. The
DEA approximates the package con-
tained one kilo of marijuana with an
approximate street value of $1,000.
"Anyone could have been out there and
.would have handled things exactly the
same," remarked HS-75 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Zack Taylor, of his crew's
actions. "They handled the situation
quickly, responsibly and professionally.
We're all proud of them."


3,000 hours flight experi-
ence and the crew is top of
the line. We just come down
and do our job, and we're


really good at it."
Over six days, the crew of
HS-75 launched approxi-
mately 20 flights, including


Members of the HS-75 Load Team mount a torpedo on a
squadron helicopter in preparation of exercises at the
Atlantic Undersea Testing and Evaluation Center on Andros,
Island, Bahamas.


a mission to USS Arleigh
Burke.
An HS-75 helicopter
brought a team of divers out
to the ship in order to con-
duct minor repairs, but it
wasn't all work for the
squadron. For the crew,
AUTEC is more than just a
chance to show off their on
the job skills. It's also the
opportunity to spend a week
in the Bahamas.
"As far as places to go are
concerned, you could do a lot
worse," remarked PN3
Michael Brenner. "It's a
small base, but you're still
in the Bahamas."
While on the island, one
member continued a de-


ployment tradition of catch-
ing a grilling a shark. A02
Class Andrew Carne-gie
reeled in two sharks, includ-
ing a 200-pound bull shark.
"We do this pretty much
every time," says Carnegie.
"It's like a last hurrah.
Everybody gets together
and we eat shark."
HS-75 usually deploys to
AUTEC two or three times a
year and says the team has
gotten the work down to a
science. "This is my third
trip to AUTEC. We get down
here, we launch the birds,
we watch for problems and
we get the job done," con-
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Key selected for Navy baseball team E


By Lt. j.g. Anthony Allardi
HS-5 PAO
A28-year-old Sailor
from the HS-5
"Nightdippers" was
recently selected to pitch for
the U.S. Navy Baseball
Team.
AM3 Francis Key joined
the Navy in 2001 and has
been working on H-60 heli-
copter airframes for almost
two years at HS-5. Now he
has been given the rare
opportunity to play baseball
for the Navy. "It's a good
opportunity to play for the
Navy," he said. "It's great
that I can still play sports
and serve in the Navy at the
same time."
Before joining the Navy,
Key played for the
Cincinnati Reds farm team
as a relief pitcher in 2000.
He also spent five years


playing for the Kansas City
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to his pitching arm put his
Baseball career on hold, so
he decided to serve his coun-
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Now that his arm has had
time to recover he is ready
to play ball again.
The Navy holds periodic
tryouts at installations
across the country and Key
had the skills to be selected
for one of just 25 slots on the
team. All candidates must
be of good moral character
and have some prior colle-
giate or professional experi-
ence. They must also obtain
an endorsement from their
commanding officer. The
competition is fierce, and for
those who are selected, it is
a rare opportunity to play
ball, serve, and represent
the Navy in the public eye.


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Photos by PH3 David Didier
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson presents ENCS(SW) Carl
Bowman with his frocking certificate May 24
at the Chief's Club. "I honestly never expected
to make it this far, but I'm very grateful that I
have," Bowman said. "I'm just happy that I'll
be able to continue my Navy career a little
longer."


Photo by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson presents AC3 Ramon Alvarezrivera with
his frocking certificate May 26 at the BOQ pavil-
ion. "It feels great to finally make it," Alvarezrivera
said. 'When I looked in the mirror this morning it
was like I was seeing a new person." "There is a
story of teamwork and responsibility in each and
every person advancing here today," Dobson said.
"These Sailors took on the challenge of advance-
ment and succeeded through hard work and persis-
tance."


CSCS(AW/SW) Allen Johnson of the NAS Jax Galley is pinned by his
wife, Clarissa, and his daughter, Allyson, during his frocking ceremony
May 24.


NAS Jax petty



officers frocked


By Staff


he following NAS Jack-
sonville personnel were
frocked by Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson dur-
ing a ceremony held at the BOQ
Pavilion May 26:
First Class Petty Officer
OS1 Janel Clark
AC1 Antonio Diaz
ABH1 Ricardo Henry
OS1 Joseph Hooks
AO1 Marcus Oliver
TM1 Armandy Pierre
QM1 Duvalentino Stubbs
STG1 Beth Townsend
IC1 Arthur Whitehead


Second Class Petty Officer
CTT2 Ray Harris
ABH2 Carl Ladell
MA2 Antonia Laucevicius
ABH2 Elijah Raye
AT2 Ramon Romero
ABH2 Rebecca Russell
ABH2 Claude Saitcyr
AC2 Charles Sanborn
ABH2 O'Neil Watford
ABH2 Francis Williams
Third Class Petty Officer
AC3 Emilio Alvarezrivera
MA3 Myles Eaton
MA3 Shriram Gokhale
MA3 Lenniece Reed


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Free credit report rollout comes south


Florida


consumers may

request free

credit reports

From the Florida
Trade Commission
Starting yesterday,
consumers in Florida
can request their free
annual credit report from
the three nationwide con-
sumer reporting companies
- Equifax, Experian, and
TransUnion at www.
annualcreditreport.com.
The Fair and Accurate
Credit Transactions Act of
2003 (FACTA) amends the
Fair Credit Reporting Act
(FCRA) and requires the
nationwide credit bureaus
to provide consumers, upon
request, a free copy of their
credit report once every 12
months.
The Federal Trade
Commission advises con-
sumers when ordering
their credit report online to
be sure to spell the name of
the authorized Web site
correctly, or link to it from
the FTC's Web site to avoid
being misdirected to other
Web sites that offer free
reports only with the pur-
chase of other products.
Consumers in 11 south-
ern states may request a
free annual credit report
beginning June 1. In addi-
tion to Florida, these states
are Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi-
ana, Mississippi, Oklaho-
ma, South Carolina, Ten-
nessee, and Texas.
"Consumers can use this
new tool to monitor their
credit, check for accuracy
in their personal informa-
tion, and help protect
themselves from identity
theft," said Lydia Parnes,
Direc-tors of the FTC's
Bureau of Consumer
Protection. "But con-
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that there is only one
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Consumers who' visit
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their free report online.
Consu-mers also may
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credit report by phone at 1-
877-322-8228 or by mail at


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at the same time, or stag-'
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Consumers are eligible to
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military personnel

By Staff
In appreciation to our troops, the BellSouth Greater
Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament is offering a $50
registration discount to all active duty military per-
sonnel. This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the
BellSouth Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament, tak-
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Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Active
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FACSFAC Jax personnel benefit from safety standdown


By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer
Personnel at Fleet Area
Control and Surveillance
Facility Jacksonville
(FACSFAC Jax) participated in a
four-hour safety standown
Thursday morning at the NAS
Jax Navy Reserve Center. Guest
speakers at the event educated
Sailors with smart advice for off-
duty pursuits.
Police Officer Betty Bates from
the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
discussed the consequences of
impaired and reckless driving.
"Drivers forget about the danger-
ous effects of prescription drugs
while driving. Accidents occur not
just from drinking and driving."
Bates also described a police
initiative called "Operation You
Never Know," during which police


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility Safety Officer ACC(AW)
Gale Ansardi describes safe ways to
enjoy off-duty activities.
officers record traffic violations
while disguised as homeless peo-
ple or while parked in unmarked


cars. She also discussed reckless
driving and tailgating. No one in
the audience knew that speeding
in a residential area costs viola-
tors $555.
Furthermore, a speaker from
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
(MADD), Ed Elser, spoke about a
car accident he's never forgotten.
One morning, while working for
the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
in traffic homicides, he responded
to a call involving a car accident.
He realized as he arrived at the
scene that the victim, who had
been drinking and driving and
had died, was his son-in-law.
"Drunk driving doesn't just
affect the victim. Realize that the
victim's death affects everyone
they once knew, including a hus-
band or a wife, a sister or a broth-
er, a daughter or a son," warned
Elser.


Florida law states that a driver
is under the influence when a
blood-alcohol level (BAC) is .08
percent or higher. According to
Bates, arrests can be made for
lower BACs. A driver with a read-
ing lower than .08 can still lose
control of a car. Sailors were
reminded that alcohol affects the
way a driver operates any kind of
vehicle, whether it's in the air, on
land or on a river.
Boating, for instance, is a popu-
lar Florida sport. Here on base,
Sailors take advantage of the
many rental opportunities avail-
able at the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department at
Mulberry Cove Marina. However,
according to Florida Fish and
Wildlife officials, local authorities
have begun cracking down on vio-
lators. FACSFAC Jax Command-
ing Officer Capt. Robert Buehn


reminded Sailors to check their
boat registrations and to keep
their records current. "Folks, you
want to have everything squared
away if you're stopped by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation officers."
According to The Florida Times-
Union on May 25, boating under
the influence (BUI) arrests have
increased by 60 percent in the
past two years.
Additionally, Buehn reminded
all personnel in attendance to be
alert, aware and responsible at
all times. He stressed that they
should keep safety at the fore-
front of their planning, especially
during the 101 critical days of
summer. "I know you are all a
great bunch and I don't anticipate
any problems," Buehn concluded.


FASOTRAGRULANT Det Jax recognizes top personnel


From FASOTRAGRULANT
PAO
F leet Aviation Special-
ized Operational
Training Group,
Atlantic Fleet (FASOTRA-
GRULANT), Detachment
Jacksonville recently hon-
ored their best military and
civilian employees.
AO1(AW) Daniel Pratt
has been selected as the
2004 FASOTRAGRULANT
Detachment Jacksonville
Sailor of the Year. He was
also selected as the 2004
FASOTRAGRULANT Sailor
of the Year following compe-
tition with the Norfolk, Va.,
and Brunswick, Maine
FASO detachments.
Pratt is recognized
throughout th6 P-3 commu-
nity as a weapons technical
expert and is consistently
called upon for his precise
trouble-shooting and
weapons system knowledge.
He served as lead ord-
nance instructor providing
1,400 hours of technical
weapons training to 112
load team member and was
personally selected as lead
inspector for all Patrol and'
Reconnaissance Wing
(CPRW) 11 conventional
weapons technical proficien-
cy inspections.
Pratt revamped all as-
pects of FASOTRAGRU-
LANT Detachment Jackson-
ville's ordnance certification
program and was recog-
nized by the computerized
self-evaluation checklist
inspectors for maintaining
superb training records and
flawless weapons certifica-
tion documents.
In addition, he was recog-
nized by VP-30 while con-
ducting an in-depth review
of their ordnance programs
and loading evolutions.
Pratt personally organized a
P-3 ordnance symposium
where senior officers and
enlisted from CPRW-11,
CPRW-5, CPRW-10, CPRW-
2 and CPRG participated in
a comprehensive, review of
ordnance technical publica-
tions.
Pratt dedicated 250 man-
hours to the development
and implementation of a
comprehensive standoff
land attack missile expand-
ed response (SLAM-ER
AGM-84 H/K) training pro-
gram for all three CPRW-11
squadrons and one fleet
replacement squadron. His
hard work enabled two
operational squadrons to
earn their initial SLAM-ER
missile certification.
As command career coun-
selor, his personnel develop-
ment skills resulted in
FASO Detachment Jackson-
ville's 100 percent retention
rate for two consecutive
years.
Gregory Gaines has been
chosen as the 2004 FASO-
TRAGRULANT Detach-
ment Jacksonville Civilian
of the Year. Gaines made
enormous contributions to
the outstanding reputation
of FASOTRAGRULANT's
Aviation Maintenance Ad-
ministration and Man-age-
ment Training (AMAMT)
program by personally
teaching 22 classes and
graduating 187 students.
His support of the com-
mand's mission is unparal-
leled and his contributions
to fleet readiness are well
documented in class cri-
tiques. In addition, his pro-
fessionalism and teamwork
led to his selection as the


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Cmdr. Robert DeGennaro, officer in charge of FASOTRA-
GRULANT Det Jax, presents Cynthia Passmore with her 2004
FASOTRAGRULANT Detachment Jacksonville Civilian
Instructor of the Year 2004 award.


AZ2(AW) Jeremy Baker
,FASO Detachment Jack-
sonville Civilian Advisory
Board (CAB) representative.
AZ2(AW) Jeremy Baker is
the 2004 FASOTRAGRU-
LANT Detachment Jack-
sonville Military Instructor
of the Year.
His strong instructing
style, comprehensive knowl-
edge and unfaltering com-
mitment also resulted in his
selection as the FASOTRA-
GRULANT Detachment
Jacksonville Military
Instructor of the Half-Year,
Second Half, Calendar Year
2004.
I Baker flawlessly managed
class quotas for five divi-
sions and one remote train-
ing site while simultaneous-
ly orchestrating instructor
assignments and classroom
scheduling for 81 courses
taught by 20 military and


17 civilian instructors.
He was personally
requested to conduct central
publications library audits
for CV-67, VR-58 and&VS-24.
His efforts resulted in a sig-
nificant decrease in com-
mand discrepancies and an
overall increase in combat
readiness. Student critiques
consistently show his pro-
fessionalism and dedication.
Cynthia Passmore has
been selected as the 2004
FASOTRAGRULANT De-
tachment Jacksonville Ci-
vilian Instructor of the Year.
Her thorough preparation in
technically complex and
unique courses was key to
her success while instruct-
ing 12 classes and graduat-
ing 84 students.
As the organizational
maintenance activity sys-
tem administrator she
interconnected the instruc-
tor office, servers and class-
rooms to increase instructor
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"I weight train everyday and truly enjoy it," said AWAN Dylan Crosby, a stu-
dent at VP-30 after pressing 180 pounds on one of the plate-loaded chest
presses at the Fitness Center.


An exhausted Crosby takes a break
afler completing three sets of 180-pound chest presses.


uerobics, rmnnlng


Fitness Center has it all
By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
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"When it gets too hot outside, it's convenient to come in here
and work out," remarked MU3 Jeremy Middleton of Navy
Band Southeast, as he does his aerobic workout on a Cybex
machine.


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Military spouse Jennifer Chavarria works on her back muscles
with dumbbells. "I use the fancy machines and the free
weights. I love it here," Chavarria stated, after completing her
workout.


An active, vibrant community of fitness enthusiasts
and a pleasant environment make the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department
(MWR) Fitness Center a lively place to work out. It is the
place where Sailors go to work out and stay fit.
At the center, service members find an array of state-of-
the-art equipment, free weights and a variety of classes to
help them to focus on their workout, prepare for the
Physical Readiness Test (PRT) and leave behind every day
worries. The pro-shop, although small, sells a variety of
safe energy drinks and water.
"Our goal is to provide a quality, dedicated fitness pro-
gram and facility for our -
active duty military to work
out in, prepare for the PRT,
live a healthy lifestyle and ;
maintain a healthy body .
composition," explained i
NAS Jax MWR Fitness
Center Acting Manager
Charles Leiter. "We enable
warfighter readiness seven -
days a week through fit- ,
ness."
"Our fitness center is a
full service, fitness facility
that offers brand name, top
of the line equipment, group
fitness classes and a pro- HM2(FMF) Christina Jacks of
shop," added Leiter. "Our Naval Hospital Jacksonville
equipment is new. Our cus- stretches prior to her work-
tomers tell us that some of out on the elliptical trainer.
the equipment we have is better than some found in gyms
out in town. After the center was renovated in 2003, we
purchased new workout machines and just recently
replaced the old cycles with' new ones."
Other amenities available at the center include fitness
assessment, personal trainers and a massage therapist,
all at a nominal fee.
"Our personal training program is priced very reason-
ably. Many people think that having a personal trainer is
a luxury that only the rich and famous can enjoy.
However, it is not so. Right here, aboard NAS Jax, our
patrons can indulge in the luxury of having a personal
trainer for just $5 per visit. The first visit with a trainer,
including a fitness assessment is free of charge," he added.
A licensed massage therapist is also part of the center's
staff. Patrons can make an appointment for a 30-minute,
or one- to two-hour massage with a trained therapist spe-
cializing in a variety of modalities, including sport, deep
tissue massage, or simply indulge in a stress reducing
massage for only $40 an hour. "I think we are the only

See FITNESS, Page 9


Jazmin Franklin, an intern at the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department Fitness Center and a senior at
University of Florida greets AWAN Jeff Hendrickson of VP-30
at the center's reception desk May 24. "I love coming here.
This place has great equipment and it's not too crowded,"
said Hendrickson.


AWAN Anthony Benitez (standing) and AW3 Derrick
Morales, both of VP-30, work out as a team. Morales, who is
doing tricep extensions with a 65-pound dumbbell said, "I
work out every day to stay fit and look good for the girls."


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JaxAr News, NAS Jacksonville, lnurscay, June 2, 2uu0


FITNESS: Facility set


to meet your needs
From Page 8
place in town where a person can still enjoy an hour massage for $40,"
remarked Leiter. I
Between 19,000 to 22,000 active-duty serv-
ice members, Reservists, retirees and their _
families, Department of Defense (DoD) civil-
ians and authorized guests use the facility "
every month. Under the fee structure imple-
mented last year, active-duty, retirees and
their dependents have access to the facilities /A
seven days a week at no charge. DoD civilians
and guests pay $3 per visit or $20 per month. No pain, no gain is Laila H
One of the patrons utilizing the facility is Capers' motto as she
Laila Capers,. a DoD civilian employee at does tricep dips during
Commander, Navy Region Southeast. "The a Power Flex class May
Fitness Center is very convenient. I utilize it 25. Capers, a Comman-
under my command's wellness program, which der, Navy Region South-
allows me to work out three hpurs per week east employee, is an
during normal working hours," remarked avid runner who recent-
Capers, enthusiastically. "I just finished com- ly completed her first 9
peting in my first triathlon, where I placed triathlon.
436 out of 1,200. Having this wonderful facility to work out at helped
me prepare for the gargantuan event. I do my weight and cycling
training here. The equipment is wonderful and the instructors are
great."
The Fitness Center is open Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to 9
p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 542-3518.

























Lt. j.g. Mike Bender (left) a student pilot at VP-30 works his legs during his lunch break while OS2
Levale Ellis, control room supervisor at Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility, rehabilitates his
left knee on the rotary calf machine. "I tore the ligaments in my knee several months ago playing
football. It's nice and convenient to have this state-of-the-art facility available to us," explained Ellis.
.I. .


AN Jordan Arnold of VS-31 does 300-pound chest flexes as AN Ryan White also of VS-31,
spots him. "I'm here everyday. I want to have a beach body," said Arnold. "I'm his person-
al trainer and am helping him to develop the body he never had," said White.






10 lax MAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 2, 2005



Aviation mishap investigation


methods applied to patient safety


From NHJacksonville
Public Affairs
What can Navy Medicine
learn from the aviation
community?
Some valuable lessons according
to Cmdr. Kenneth Green, a Dental
Corps (DC) officer who provides
dental care to Helicopter Anti-sub-
marine Warfare Squadrons out of a
NAS Jacksonville hangar clinic.
Green was once a Medical Service
Corps (MSC) Officer who worked as
a Navy aerospace physiologist and
aeromedical safety officer. He was
also one of the Navy's first aircrew
coordination instructors. As a safe-
ty officer, Green's job was to help
prevent naval aircraft mishaps but
he also found himself involved in
mishap investigations. He observed
that the principles and "lessons
learned" in this work could be
applied to any group, particularly
medical teams.
Green left active duty in 1996 to
set up his own consulting business,
CounteRisk Technologies, Inc. The
firm offered training solutions uti-
lizing the aviation safety, human
factor and crew coordination princi-
ples he had learned as a safety offi-
cer.
He returned to active duty in
2003 to become a Navy dentist. He
served with Naval Dental Center
Southeast until the Navy-wide
merger of the medical and dental
communities in January folded his
command into Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
Recently, the principles and les-
sons he learned as a safety officer
were to prove invaluable. Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's Patient
Safety Committee asked him to
develop a training program to
address Joint Commission on thp
Accreditation of Healthcare
Organizations (JCAHO) recommen-
dations from a recent "Sentinel
Event Alert." Such alerts are issued
to all JCAHO accredited medical
facilities when the organization
becomes aware of healthcare proce-
dures that could put patients at
risk for death or injury. This partic-
ular alert concerned perinatal care
for infants.
The Patient Safety Committee,
including Green, realized that spe-
cific team training would be needed
to implement JCAHO's recommen-
dations. And Green had the pro-
gram to fill the bill.
"I already had a training syllabus
in place that I developed while
working as a consultant. That syl-
labus, 'Critical Care Crisis
'Communication,' could, with just
small format changes, accommo-
date the perinatal departments at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville,"


Cmdr. Kenneth Green
Green said.
"The training consists of back-
ground and didactic material very
similar to what any military or
commercial airline pilot receives to
make them aware of the role
human factors play in mishaps.
Additionally, instruction is offered
in techniques to improve communi-
cation and decision-making
through the understanding of team
and organizational dynamics and
their inherent barriers to successful
communication. The training is
capped off with real life scenarios,
acted out in the operating room.
The instructor then reviews the
team's work pointing out areas for
improvement for the team mem-
bers, once a real situation arises,"
Green explained.
"We've tried to make this a
monthly program. To date, I've
trained about 60 staff members,
from physician to corpsman, 0-6 to
E-3, military, civilians and the
range of clinical departments that
make up our perinatal team. The
goal is to provide initial training for
all members of the departments
involved, and then possibly refresh-
er/new check-ins training periodi-
cally throughout the year," Green
said. If contracted to a private con-
sultant firm the cost of training to
date would have exceeded $50,000.
"Joining the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville team as we integrated
with the medical community has
been positive for me," Green said.
"It's given me the opportunity to
expand my time in a field that I'm
passionate about and deeply believe
in; safety, risk management and
patient safety in particular," he
added.
His being a Dental Corps officer
has not been an issue with his
Medical Corps trainees. "I tell them
I am not here to teach them medi-
cine," Green explained. "That's their
expertise. While I've been in the
Operating Room as a clinician and
was trained in anesthesiology, I've


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made sure I'm familiar with the
particular fundamental emergen-
cies they must deal with in the
perinatal arena, my area of expert-
ise and focus for this training is
human factors analysis and team
crew coordination, communication
and decision making improvement.
My purpose is to make them aware
of the threats they face in the team
environment and to offer solutions
they can use in real time to prevent
mishaps or other untoward, events,"
he said.
Green's expertise on this subject
is becoming recognized outside the
Navy. He recently presented a
paper, "The Operating Room as a
Cockpit: Human Factor and
Aviations' Lessoxs Learned for
Improving Crisis Communication
and Decision Making in High Risk
, Critical Care Situations," at the
international conference for
Healthcare Systems Ergonomics
and Patient Safety in Florence,
Italy. He is scheduled to speak on
the same topic at a patient safety
forum at Harvard University this
summer.
"This trend to use aviation safety
programs in medicine is virtually
sweeping the country. And at any
patient safety or hospital risk man-
agement conference, you can find
someone who is speaking about the
benefits of this style of training or
promoting aviation styled training
for medical teams," Green said.
"Many studies linking the two
fields have been done," he said. For
instance, the VA has hired its own
expert, physician and former astro-
naut Dr. Jim Bagian, to run their
patient safety program. Bagian
instituted similar aviation styled
programs at the VA.
Green said he would like to see
the program in place in Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's perinatal
departments expanded to cover
Naval Hospital personnel in all the
critical care medicine departments;
Intensive Care Units, the
Emergency Room, the Operating
Room, etc.
He noted that there are programs
being developed and tested by DoD
level patient safety program plan-
ners, which will hopefully standard-
ize across the services a crew
resource management, aviation
styled program of instruction for all
medical team training. Green is
preparing for a tour at BUMED
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hopes to also work on these issues.
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NH Jacksonville Patient Administration nets


15th consecutive'


From NH Jacksonville
Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Patient Administra-
tion Department was
awarded their 15th Certified
Pipeline Mover Certification dur-
ing a recent Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Quarters ceremony.
The award followed a November
2004 visit by inspectors from the
Enlisted Placement Management
Center (EPMAC), Transient
Monitoring Unit out of New
Orleans, La.
The inspectors evaluated the
Patient Administration Depart-


ment's handling of transient per-
sonnel processing. Upon comple-
tion they issued the certification
lauding the department's "uncom-
mon perseverance and total dedi-
cation to duty in managing the
Transient, Holdee (TPPH) and
Student Pipelines."
This award recognizes activities
that significantly contribute to
the expeditious and efficient
movement of personnel through
the transient pipeline.
Contract Representative and
Medical Board Supervisor
Deborah Kampe said, "We are
inspected every year by the
Transient Monitoring Unit,


Pipeline
EPMAC, to see how we move
transient personnel through the
system. How long they remain in
the Medical Holding Company
before being returned to duty or
having a Medical Board done and
transferring the member over to
the Transient Personnel Unit
(TPU), NAS, Jacksonville to be
made available for orders. We are
proud that we are exceeding the
guidelines that are set for us and
moving these members as soon as
possible."
Kampe said that personnel
requiring full Medical Boards,
some 1,000 per year, are pro-
cessed from the time of dictation


Mover' certificate


to the date of the Convening
Authority's signature, in an aver-
age of 20 days, right on target for
the Bureau of Medicine's
(BUMED) Standards.
For Abbreviated Medical
Boards, The department process-
es Abbreviate Medical Boards far
faster than the BUMED stan-
dard. Their average processing
time is .87 days. The inspectors
only review processing of Navy
personnel during their visit.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Patient Administration processes
medical boards for patients from
all the Armed Services, totaling
approximately 2,300 per year.


Staff members contributing to
this "outstanding" accomplish-
.ment include Kampe, HMCS
Ronald Register, HM3 Jamie
Neal, Hm3 Kristilynn Dowell, HN
Meghan Hockstock, HM2 Cora
Omari, Barbara Copeland and
Patricia Wilson.
The inspectors also inspected
Personnel Support Activity
Detachments aboard NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport and
NSB Kings Bay, Ga. as well as
TPU Jacksonville while in the
area.


Health Notes:


Information on preventing and


By Lt. Scott Margraf, MD
Naval Hospital Jacksonville

Editor's Note: This is one in a series
of health care related articles pub-
lished by the Department of Family
Practice Residency Training Program
at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Lt.
(Dr.) Scott Margraf is a physician in
the Family Practice Clinic.

We are now approaching
the dog days of summer.
Even in the sweltering
heat many people participate in
outdoor activities. As long as we
are armed with some basic
knowledge about heat related ill-
ness and injury and how to avoid
them, we can enjoy our outdoor
activities very safely.
Normally heat injury occurs in
warm weather such as in a sum-
mer heat wave, but it can occur
any time the surrounding tem-
perature is elevated. Even in the
cooler months you may be work-
ing inside or outdoors in situa-
tions where you are exposed to
elevated temperatures and can be
at risk for heat injury.
When our bodies become warm
we have a very efficient mecha-
nism to maintain a proper body
temperature: sweating. As the
sweat evaporates, our body
releases heat. Although this is a
very effective way of cooling off,
our cooling mechanism doesn't
work as effectively when the
humidity is high because the
sweat does not evaporate well
under these conditions. The
result is that our body tempera-


ture rises and the risk of heat
injury increases.
There are several different
types of heat illness some of
which are mild, and some that
are life threatening.
- Heat rash occurs in hot, humid
environments, and is caused by
plugged sweat glands. It is char-
acterized by being very itchy,
bumpy and red. Sometimes this
is referred to as "prickly heat".
While this is not serious, it can
certainly take some of the joy out
of enjoying summer outdoor activ-
ities. The main treatment for this
is keeping the skin dry and wear-
ing dry clothes.
Heat cramps are painful muscle
cramps that occur when we sweat


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excessively and loose body salt.
Heat cramps are not very serious,
but may be a warning sign of a
more serious type of heat injury.
We can avoid these by drinking
plenty of non-alcoholic and caf-
feine free fluids. Sports drinks
may also help by replenishing
body salts.
Heat syncope is a fancy term
for fainting that occurs when so
much body water has been lost
that there is decreased blood flow
to the head. This is another early
sign that may lead to a more seri-
ous heat injury and immediate
medical attention is needed.
Heat exhaustion is a type of
heat injury that many of us have
heard about before. Like the pre-
vious types of heat injury it
occurs when our bodies sweat
excessively in a hot, humid envi-
ronment. A victim of heat
exhaustion my have a number of
different symptoms including
heavy sweating, muscle cramps,
weakness, headache, nausea
and/or vomiting and may com-
plain of being tired and dizzy.
They may appear pale and have a
weak pulse. Victims of heat
exhaustion may have poor judg-
ment and may argue that they
are fine. If you suspect that
someone may have heat exhaus-
tion, immediate medical atten-
tion is required.. The victim
should be moved to a shady, cool
area and offered cool sips of water
until medical help arrives.
(Heat stroke is probably the
most well known heat injury as
well as the most dangerous. The


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avoiding heat injury
previous heat injuries result are delayed call the hospital
when our bodies cooling system is emergency room for instructions.
working poorly. In heat stroke Do not give victims of heat stroke
our bodies cooling system has alcohol to drink.
failed and the body's temperature In general we can avoid heat
begins to rise. A victim of heat injury and illness by following' a
stroke will have stopped sweating few simple guidelines.
and will have hot, red, dry skin. Drink plenty of fluid- in warm
They may have a rapid pulse and weather we should increase our
may complain of headache and fluid intake. During vigorous
dizziness. They may also be weak exercise in hot weather you
and confused. As the heat injury should drink 2-4 glasses of water
advances they may lose con- each hour. When the weather is
sciousness and may suffer from hot you will need to drink more
seizures. This injury is an than your thirst indicates, this is
absolute emergency. A form of especially true for those over age
this (in combination with the 65.
other heat injuries) occurs when Replace salt and minerals- this
children are left inside cars in can be done safely with sports
warm temperatures. drinks. Salt tablets should not be
Temperatures inside a closed used accept under the guidance of
vehicle rise rapidly even if the a physician.
vehicle is parked in the shade. On Clothing and sunscreen- light-
a warm day even if the tempera- weight, loose fitting clothing
ture outside is just 60 degrees the should be worn. Wide brimmed
temperature inside the vehicle hats help keep the head cool.
can rise to lethal levels in min- Sunscreen should be used liberal-
utes. Care should be taken that ly as sunburn decreases the
children are never left unattend- body's ability to cool itself as well
ed inside a vehicle even if the as causes skin damage. The sun-
windows are open. screen you use should be SPF 15
If you suspect someone is suf- or higher.
fering from heat stroke you Don't over do it- if you are
should immediately have some- working or playing in hot weath-
one call for medical assistance er take more breaks more often.
while you try to cool the victim. Try to schedule athletics or work
The victim should be moved to a to avoid the hottest part of the
shady area, and should be cooled day. Slow down the pace of work
using whatever method is avail- or play. Use a buddy system of
able. This may be by placing the checking each other for signs and
victim in a cool shower, spraying symptoms of heat injury during
with cool water from a garden work or play.
hose, or sponging with cool water. If you suspect heat injury seek
If emergency medical personnel medical attention immediately.


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ceremony, demonstrating the time and effort that went into their weeks of rehearsal.
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Five-year-old Nathan Chauncey proudly accepts his
graduation ceremony.


Photos by Joseph O'Brien
diploma during the


A group of preschoolers parade through the audience to participate in
their graduation ceremony at the NAS Jax Child Care Development
Center Friday.


More than 100 parents,
teachers and friends
watched as 48 preschool-
ers participated in graduation
exercises Friday at the Child
Development Center's (CDC) sec-
ond annual preschool graduation.
The preschoolers, dressed in
their official blue caps and gowns,
filed ceremoniously down a red car-
pet to begin the outdoor graduation
exercises. CDC Program Supervi-
sor Deridre Odom offered words of
welcome and invited everyone to
stand for the Pledge of Allegiance,
after which the children sang
"You're A Grand Old Flag."
Interspersed throughout the
program different groups of stu-
dents performed songs such as "A
Little Good News," "Let Them Be
Little," "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little
Star," "I Like Me," "Months of the
Year" and "Please & Thank-you."
When the moment came for the
presentation of diplomas, each
graduate was called by name,
assisted up the steps of the grad-
uation stand, handed their diplo-
ma and then spontaneously
offered a broad smile and wave to
the audience..
Parents and friends strained
with cameras flashing and video
cameras rolling to capture the
special moment.
To honor the dedication and
hard work of the teachers in the
preschool department, lead educa-
tion technician Angie Benitez
called each one forward and pre-
sented them with a floral bouquet.
In addition, one of the parents,
AT1 Alicia Sanpedro, of the
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit Jax,
handed each teacher a yellow
rose.


A group of future graduates partipated in the 2005 graduation ceremony
by singing songs and being supportive of their peers.


"I wanted to show appreciation
for the teachers and the yellow
rose is a symbol of friendship,"
said Sanpedro, whose son, Daniel,
graduated. "I love these teachers;
I think they've done a great job. I
certainly appreciate the choice of
career they have made that make
my career choice as active-duty
military a possibility.
"They certainly have more
patience than I do,", she noted. "I
couldn't handle 24 preschoolers
in a classroom."
The graduation ceremony con-
cluded with the preschoolers
singing a spirited rendition of Lee
Greenwood's "God Bless the
U.S.A."
As the assembly stood, the
graduates and their teachers filed
out in procession. All were invited
back to the individual classrooms
for refreshments. One of the grad-
uates, Dashiell McLaren, was
pleased to have both his mother
and father present for this special
occasion. This graduation was
very important to the family
because they are transferring to
San Diego this summer.
"Although he's only 4, Dashiell


is already enrolled in kinder-
garten in California, so the CDC
let him graduate here and he's so
excited about it. The staff have
done such a great job here," said
Dashiell's mother, Cmdr.
Kimberly McNeil. "They give the
children a lot of love."
Dashiell himself was very excited
about the whole graduation experi-
ence. "I sang two songs, 'You're a
Grand Old Flag' and 'Please &
Thank-you'," he announced proud-
ly. "It was a lot of fun."
Summing up the reason for the
graduation ceremony, Deridre
Odom, program supervisor,
explained, "This was a come-,
together celebration for our
preschoolers moving onto higher
education in kindergarten. We
wanted to show and inform the
parents of the children's success
at the CDC preschool program."
"I think everyone out there did
a wonderful job," acknowledged
CDC Lead Education Technician
and Ceremony Coordinator Angie
Benitez. "I was just overwhelmed
by all the enthusiasm. I'm just so
proud of every one of our young
graduates. They'll all be missed."


Customer service initiative continues at NAS Jax


From MWR
N AS Jacksonville
MWR continues the
commitment to give
service members, their fami-
lies and base personnel the
best possible leisure time
experience and be known as
a customer-focused organi-
zation through the Center of
Excellence.
The first step in our serv-
ice improvement effort for
the marina has been com-
pleted with 117 customers
interviewed. This collection
lasted four weeks and will
be given to a customer ori-
ented service improvement
team to analyze. The team
will track their progress on
a service improvement plan
outlining short and long-
term goals for actions.
You as the customer can
expect to see postings in the
marina letting you know the
progress on the great feed-
back you provided. The
team will consist of both
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) employ-
ees and customers and meet
for eight weeks to work on
enhancing services and
products at the marina.
Updates will be given
through the Jax Air News in
addition to the postings in
the facility.
Check out improvements
made at the following facili-
ties thanks to your feed-
back:
Golf Course Port-O-
Let at the Starter Shack
until completion of perma-
nent facility.
Golf Course VyStar


agreed to place an ATM in
new clubhouse.
The Zone New menus
with healthy listed items
and a la cart options.
The Zone New sign off
Birmingham Road listing all
facilities inside.
Fitness Source Added
lighter weight sets.
Fitness Source -
Advertise intramurals on
the Fitness Source lobby
bulletin board.
Other facilities have com-
pleted the initial data collec-


tion and your feedback has
been analyzed and is cur-
rently in the implementa-
tion phase.
You speak, we listen and
follow up. Service excellence
is our operational philoso-
phy and with your feedback,
we can provide you with
well-balanced programs and
services of value, so look for
the MWR employees collect-
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and Auto Skills Center in
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Planning can save heartache for military retirees, families


From the Defense Finance
and Accounting Service
Life can find ways to catch us
unprepared. Falling in love,
unanticipated fortune or
finding the perfect secret fishing
hole. Sometimes, it's the pleasant
surprises that add the spice to
make life interesting and worth-
while.
But it's the surprises that bring
the anxious moments and unfore-
seen heartache, especially to those
close to us, that are best avoided.
For some, the idea of death is an
unpleasant one best avoided.
Unfortunately, death itself cannot
be so easily avoided and the fail-
ure to plan can cause additional
stress for spouses and families
when they are least able to cope
with it.
"Families can get overwhelmed
when tragedy strikes," said Capt.
Karl Bernhardt, director of
Retired and Annuitant Pay for the
Defense Finance and Accounting
Service (DFAS). "Many of the
retirees we support have wives,
husbands and families who are
left with unfinished business
when the retiree passes away.
Unfortunately, many have no idea
that action is required to notify
DFAS of the death in order to
avoid overpayments of retired
pay."
In addition to maintaining the
pay accounts of active and reserve
military members, DFAS adminis-
ters the Military Retirement Fund
and pays approximately 2 million


retirees each month.
"We make every effort to strike a
balance," Bernhardt said. "On one
hand, we need to make sure each
retiree is paid the right amount on
time. On the other, we have a
responsibility to safeguard the
fund on behalf of the American
taxpayers. When a retiree dies, his
or her entitlement to retired pay
ends and any payments made
after that must be recovered."
DFAS is required to recover all
overpayments. In many cases, this
means simply transferring funds
from the retiree's bank account
back to DFAS. However, if the
funds have been spent or distrib-
uted, debt collection efforts can be
initiated to reclaim the money.
This can be especially difficult for
elderly spouses.
When a military retiree dies, a
number of federal, state and local
agencies have procedures for noti-
fying DFAS. These include the
Social Security Administration,
Veteran's Administration, military
service casualty assistance offices,
and state and local veteran affairs
offices. Overpayments occur when
spouses and families fail to contact
these agencies, or DFAS itself, and
notify them that the deceased was
a military retiree.
"It falls to the spouse, children
or close friends to take care of
many things," Bernhardt said,
"including the termination of
retired pay. In many cases, the
survivors don't know the require-
ments or procedures. Months later,
they are burdened with collection


Survivors Checklist
Get more information on developing a survivor's checklist by visiting a retired
affairs. or casualty assistance office at most military installations, or by visiting the
following Internet sites:
Military Officers Association of America
(http://www.moaa.org/Publications/SurvivorChecklist.asp)
Navy Casualty Assistance (Pers-62)
(http://www.npc.navy.mil/CommandSupport/CasualtyAssistance/)
SNavy Retired Activities Branch
(http:/Iwww.npc.navy.mil/CommandSupport/RetiredActivities/)
Air Force Retiree Services Branch
(http://www.afpc.randolph.af.mil/afretire/)
Army Retiree Services Office
(http://www.armyg1.army.mil/rso/mission.asp)
Marine Corps Community Services
(http://www.usmc-mccs.org/retireelindex.cfm)
Retired and annuitant pay information is available from the Defense Finance and
Accounting Service at www.dod.mil/dfas/money/retired/. Retiree pay account service
is available by calling (800) 321-1080. The customer contact center is open Monday
through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Eastern time).


efforts. It's a situation that can be
lessened or eliminated with a bit
of planning."
The casualty assistance offices
of the Army, Navy, Air Force and
Marine Corps encourage retirees
to develop a checklist for their
spouse and families to help them
navigate the difficult transition
when the retiree dies. Most mili-
tary base casualty assistance or
retired affairs offices can help in
completing this list, or lists can be
downloaded from the Internet


from service and veteran organiza-
tion Web sites.
According to Bernhardt, a few
hours spent gathering the infor-
mation for the list will save
months of aggravation and grief
later on.
"The checklist can be kept with
a retiree's will and other legal doc-
uments. When the time comes and
those documents are needed, the
checklist is ready to guide the sur-
vivors through the legal and gov-
ernmental processes. I would rec-


ommend putting the notification
of DFAS near the top of the list."
DFAS Retired and Annuitant
Pay Services maintains a cus-
tomer contact center staffed with
experts in all aspects of retired
pay. The center can be contacted at
(800) 321-1080. Callers who select
the menu option for death notifica-
tions receive a higher priority and
are routed to staff members who
can assist them in terminating
retired pay and initiating the
process for survivor's benefits. ,


COMMISSARY: 'When our patrons walk through the door, they know that they will be saving money'


From Page 1


East Region for 2004 and
also won the "Best Grocery,
Best Meat and Best
Produce Department
Awards" in the Super Store
category."
The NAS Jax store pro-
vides groceries to approxi-
mately 20,000 active duty
service members, 6,000
Reservists, 45,000 retired
military and 80,000 family
members in a safe and
secure shopping environ-
ment. "When our patrons
walk through the door, they
know that they will be
appreciated and saving
money.. They purchase
items at cost plus a 5-per-
cent surcharge, which cov-
ers the costs of building
new commissaries and
modernizing existing ones,"
explained Bentley. "Our
military family saves an
average of more than 30


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commissary employees, wholesalers, con-
tractors, family and friends gather around Store Director
Larry Bentley (center) and proudly display their Defense
Commissary Agency Director's Award for the Best Superstore
trophy during their celebratory picnic Thursday.


NAS Jacksonville Commissary Seafood Department Specialist
Carol Hunter reads the inscription on the "Best Superstore"
award trophy during the commissary's celebration Thursday.


percent on their purchases
compared to commercial
prices. When all is said and
done, and the cash register
tallies the bill, a family of


four saves about $3,000
annually. Basically, the ben-
efits and savings from
shopping at the commis-
sary afford a military fami-


ly the luxury of being able
to take a summer vaca-
tion."
One satisfied patron is
Shirley Trompak. "It's nice
to shop at this commissary.
We are Air Force retirees
and moved to the area
three years ago..This com-
missary is clean, well
stocked, the aisles are big
and it offers a variety of


products not normally
found at other commis-
saries," she said. "In fact,
we had drifted from the
commissary system and
were shopping outside until
we discovered this commis-
sary. My husband and I
love it and also enjoy the
fresh, free coffee bar it has."
Bob Lambert, owner of
RM and Associates, an


independent supplier of
groceries related his experi-
ences with the commissary.
"This award was long over-
due. I've known Larry
Bentley for 27 years and I
think it is pretty obvious
that he is not only physical-
ly and mentally but also
emotionally involved in the
commissary business. "He
understands that to make
this store the best, it takes
us all pulling in one direc-
tion," said Lambert.
"Without a doubt, Bentley
knows is DeCA employees,
baggers, contractors, ven-
dor stockers, merchandis-
ers, sales representatives
and direct store delivery
personnel working as a
team that make it happen
day in and day out. He is
one of the hardest working
men I've known and shows
his sincere appreciation to
each of team player."


CLAY COUNTY: Base neighbor recognizes military at annual event


From Page 1


missing in action military
members. As guests fin-
ished their meal, Dobson
gave a short speech about
the accomplishments of
NAS Jack-sonville and how
the base and its members
play a significant role with-
in the community.
After lunch, 37 Sailors of
the Year from NAS Jax, a
Marine and Sailor from
Blount Island Command
and two Soldiers from
Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center were called
up one by one to receive a
plaque for their outstanding
service and a $50 Savings
Bond donated by Clay
County area businesses.


"Clay County did a great
job with the luncheon and
I'm very appreciative to
them for inviting all the
local military, not only the
Navy, but the Marine Corps
and Army Guard. They
clearly extend a lot of grati-
tude to the local commands,
specifically the Sailors,
Marines and Soldiers of the
Year," remarked Dobson.
"It's a great tribute by an
organization that has a
very good understanding of
the military."
As the military members
gratefully accepted their
awards from Jerry Scally,
chairman of the Clay
County Business Develop-
ment Advisory Board they
stood proudly as a group for


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Sailors from NAS Jacksonville and tenant commands grateful-
ly accept their plaques and savings bonds during the 27th
annual Clay County Military Appreciation Luncheon
Wednesday.
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a standing ovation by the
audience.
"I think it an honor to be
here because we're being
recognized out of so many
hard working people at
NAS Jax. For Clay County
to recognize the military by
putting on this event, is just
great," said AT1(AW)


Lonnie Willoughby, 2004
Sailor of the Year for the
Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit.
"This is wonderful and
outstanding recognition for
all our Sailors of the Year
from NAS Jax. Considering
the base is in Duval County,


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Under renovation


Renovation project is currently ongoing.
Facility will be closed for approximately
eight weeks.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinsetters
and scoring system.

Outdoor pool open now.
May 21-Aug. 15
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. recre-
ational swim
Sunday 1-5 p.m. recreational swim
Call 542-2930 for more info.
Indoor pool filtration upgrade project
ongoing.
Upgrade will require the pool to be closed
for three-six weeks.
Call Aquatics for scheduling changes,
542-2930.

For more information about I.T.T. trips or
ticket prices please call 542-3318.
The Beresford Lady July 16
Includes lunch on an authentic paddle-
boat and visit to DeLand House Museum.
$52.75/person
Sign up before July 6.
Orlando Shopping Trip July 30
Includes a trip to Millenia Mall and the
Premium Outlet Mall.
$19.50/person

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.


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Commissary Tour
Today free food


Rascal Flatts Concert
Tonight
$20 for ticket and transportation.
Sign up in Liberty Cove.
Free Comedy Zone Trip
June 7
El-E5, 21 and over only

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
Tomorrow night
6:30-9:30 p.m.
All you can eat buffet
$17 per person
Reservation recommended, 542-3041

Friday, 7 p.m.: White Noise (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m.: Racing Stripes (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m.: Sideways (R)
June 10, 7 p.m.: The Life Aquatic (R)
June 17, 7 p.m.: Hide and Seek (R)
June 1, 5 p.m.: Confessions of a Drama
Queen (PG)
June 18, 7 p.m.: Boogeyman (PG-13)
June 24, 7 p.m.: Blade: Trinity (R)

For more information about the marina
please call 542-3260.


Photos by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Bowling Alley Assistant Pat Sneed (right) and Snack Bar Employee Lea Taylor scrape up tile
during the renovation project Wednesday. The bowling alley is currently undergoing a major
renovation and will soon feature new machines; lanes, bumper and scoring systems, masking
units and cosmetic changes. The project should be completed by Aug. 1.
Summer Hours
April 15- Sept. 15
8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Friday Sunday & Holidays
7:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m.


Every Thursday- Free kayak/canoe rental
for active-duty.
Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses,
knives, and other gear at low prices.
For more details, e-mail phillip.s.Collins@
navy.mil.

Friday night events are for ages K-17.
For more information on the youth center
please call 778-9772.
Movie Night
Tomorrow night, 6-8 p.m.
Free, ages K-17


Al Horton (left) and Artie Bankard of High
Score Installations remove sections of the
lanes at the NAS Jax Bowling Alley during the
renovation.


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(From left) Sea Cadet Kimberly McSweeney, Sea Cadet Petty Officer Derek Bishop
and.Sea Cadet Ryan Sutton of the Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) Squadron recently
presented colors during a reunion for members of USS Purdy at the Airport
Holiday Inn. Participating as a member of the FDR Color Guard is a privledge
given to every cadet in order for the Naval Sea Cadet Corps to become better
known throughout the community. Cadets who participates in 10 Color Guard
assignments are eligible for the Color Guard ribbon. If you think your child would
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Golf league forming
Roster and entry forms are due by tomorrow.
-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.
Racquetball tourney
A men and women's open racquetball tourna-
ment will be held this month. The event is free and


open to all authorized gym patrons over 18.
There will be a recreational and competitive divi-
sion for men and a women's division. All matches
will be played in the evening starting at 5 p.m.
Call the NAS Jax Gymnasium at 542-3239 to sign
up by June 22.
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-45
VP-30
HS-75
AIMD Warriors
PSD
VP-16
CPRW-11


As of May 27
Wins
15
13
7
12
9
9
8


Losses
1
2
2
3
4
4
4


VS-30
VP-62
VS-32
AIMD 500
Naval Hospital
VR-58
HS-15
CNATTU
AIMD 600
VP-30 IFT
SERCC
FACSFAC
HS-11
NavHosp Galley


Greybeard Softball Final


Team
CSCWL
VP-30
VP-16
CPRW-11
AIMD
CNATTU


Standings
Wins
9
6
5
7
6
5


CHSWL


NADEP Basketball Standings


Team
Pressure
Hornets
Hurricanes
Shockers
Bud Lite
Prowlers
Sonic Boom
SERCC
DDJF


As of May 26
Wins
7


Losses
0
1
1
3
3
4
5
6
7


Women's Softball Final


Losses
1
5
5
7
7
7


Team
VP-16
Lady Divas
TPU
Naval Hospital


Standings,
Wins
4
4
3
0


Losses
1
2
2
6


CommUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
-meets the first Wednesday of
:each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
:at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
,The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their regular monthly meeting
the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,


Fla. For more information, call
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. Call
779-1234 for details.
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.
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.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. will
hold its monthly meeting June
14 at 6 p.m. at Shands
Jacksonville Hospital in the Blue
Room on the first floor. For more
information, Call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950.
The Jacksonville Genea-


logical Society meeting will be
held June 21 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Willow Branch Library at 2874
Park Ave. For more information,
call Mary Chauncey at 781-
9300.
A Youth Fishing Derby will
be held Aug. 20 at Oceanway
Park from 9 a.m. to noon. A
Youth Fishing Tournament will
be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
information, call 573-4918.
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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ments including a $980 Down. $595 Mo.
piano, clocks, old xmas. Professional Representaion.. -CDR NC USN(ret) SaveoThousands!
school supplies, appln's s Call 291-2735
hh goods. Major Sale Don't go to that Builder or Direct Line (904) 2784176 LAND HOME PACKAGE
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4729 US Hy 178 3/2, 1525sf: over 2 acres
Amazing Orange Park, 32003 $650 per month.
Real Estate Call Sheo Glisson Oa1Lea1f3Plantation
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State
365 Manufactured Homes
370 Lots for Sale
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1885 Gothic Victorian Jacksonville *Veterans Orange Park
Mansion meticulously
restored, with 9 work- USN-Ret.
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Suim m er Sa ingsi *431 2385 Stucco 4/2 June $325,500
s ilum m er Savyigs* 452 2685 Brick 4/3 July/Aug. $356,900
464 2685 Stucco 4/3 June $374,900
Affordable, Fun Beach Living 521 2310 Stucco 4/3 June $320,900
S548 3644 Stucco 5/4 June $378,500
A 572 3136 Brick 5/3.5 June $369,900
0 599 3170 Brick 5/4 June $419,900
E APARTMENTS 608 2685 Brick 4/3 June $366,900
1100 Seagate Ave Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 WAVERLY 904-282-9840, 282-0453
12 2 3644 Stucco 5/4 Now $426,900
ents.
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S a V A108 2195 Brick 3/2 May/June $230,500

Historic Avondale OAKPOINT 904-282-4288, 282-8926
RIVIERA PARKWAY 139 2008 Brick 3/2 June $264,900
A PA RTMENTS 226 2150 stucco 4/2 June $285,500
229 3136 Stucco 5/3.5 June $348,500
S 389-3179 --- 301 2310 Stucco 4/2 June $296,900
8:30-5:30 M-F
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-T 81 2026 Stucco 4/2 June SOLD
NATURE'S HAMMOCK 904-282-0453, 2824288
IAFFORDABLE 42 2008 Stucco 3/2 June $240,900
LARGE 102 3136 Stucco 5/3.5 June SOLD
1,2,3 BEDROOM 170 2467 Stucco 4/2 June $280,500
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36 Manufactured
,P5 Homes

O.P. N. DW 3/2. wood
firs, fr drs, reduced,
$9000 obo. 904 536,- 0446

And Move In
Call Lisa 695-2255
SAVE THOUSANDS!
Land Home Package!
3/2 Double Wide on 2
acres in Jacksonville.
$900 Down. $595 Mo.
CALL 291-3100
TRIPLEWIDE '97 3/2, den
No credit V. Fplc, apple,
dshwshr, deck, pvt lot,
W/D. $5000 eq, $473.30
mo. 730- 8606

370 Lots for Sale
i.2 AC CLEARED LAKE
LOT, Keystone Heights
FL, $95K 352-473-5398
2.4 ACRES Rural-Res.
High/Dry Firestone Rd.
928-3913
2 LOTS E. OF A1A near
JTB 80x70 $160K 85x90
$190K Call 982-9898
HODGES & BCH BLVD
AREA 150x125. ready to
build, $69K. 982-9898
NICE buildable Lot in NS
$500 down. $100/m. for
120mo. 904642-2595

375 Farms/
Acreage

BALDWIN COUNTY, AL
+-11,000 acres in one
tract to choose from
Investment? Recre-
ation? Development?
It's all here! Call us
and we will do our
best to create the
perfect property for
you. Copper Station
43-522-9180

SBALDWIN COUNTY, AL
I1.981 acres near Bay
Min nette. Excellent
*investment/develop-
ment property with
Airport. Railroad, and
Highway frontage. If a
land investment is
what you need,
Sleaze call for more
Station 843-522-9180
wwwecopperstationholdings.com

Bryceville 27+/- acres,
Great area. $250Kvail. Less
than $10k/ac 904.483.7617
BRYCEVILLE 4A2Acres,
$45K. Call 591-1522
BURKE CO. GA 76 ac at
s1695 per ac, 84 ac at
1695 per ac or both
tracts at $1595 ac, 226

of Augusta 706 854 0056
N. C. MOUNTAINS
LOG CABIN $84,900.
New shell on secluded
mountain. Easy drive to
2 lakes & state park.
Acreage avail, with 50
mile views! Cool mtn


Woodland with Old
House. m292k
WL. Brewer 478- 374 4300
Turner CO GA
46 AC- $1,895/AC
Planted pine, hard-
wood bottom, pond
site, adjoins
hunting preserve.
4043628244
St. Regis Paper Company, LLC

38O Investment
Properties

ALL BRICK 4 PLEX on
Westside, wholesale
$165K. Call 651-8873
Jacksonville's #1 Investor's
Resource for Hard Money!
100% financing with
highest LTV's! No junk
fees! Rehab draws
upfront! Call John
Friedel today for more
info. 904.737.0144
Atlantic Capital Assoc,
Inc. www.acafla.com


ARGYLE
7358 Sweet Pea Trl
3/2 1200SF $835
$200 OFF 1ST
MONTHS RENT!

7917 Collins Bay Ct
4/2 1716SF $995

8429 Fire Fly Lane
3/2 1652SF $7e5


380 Investment
Properties

OWNER RETIRING
2 houses/ 2/1 $650mo.
$70k, 3/1 w/apt $750mo.
$55k 904 5919941

39 oReal Estate
39 0 Wanted

ANGELO BUYS
HOUSES CASH !
Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
occupied, ANYWHERE,
ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/residentlal
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL Ill
Quick closings or
904 626,1636
904813-5253
Executive needs home to
lease w/option to buy,

or fax 714-371-2115.
MOVING? DO YOU NEED
2 SELL? No equity.
703-5066 or 778-4330






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


400 Apartments
Furnished

JAX BCH -PENTHOUSE
2BR/2BA. $1600mo
904-242-0200
M'BURG -Efficiency
$110m + dep. all until
no pets/drugs. 291-6549
4, Roommate3bdr/2bath
Singround pool car-
tort close to shop-
ping areas close dis-
tance to NAS Mayport and
Jax University $400+split
utilities contact Robert
Meggs 904-234-8652 or
925-848-2725
San Marco-1/1, furn &
unfurn. $600- $750m +
util. in corp.
newly remod.
904-242-0200
WESTSIDE a Country
setting just off 103rd st.
a few min. to 1-295,
NAS Blanding, OP,
Argyle, furn guest hse
sets on 1 acre lot, lots
of beautiful trees,
2br/lba, 1 car gar
gorgeous w/vaulted
ceilings, LR, DR. kit, Irg
master bedroom with
walk in closets, extra
amenities incI washer
Sdryer, alarm sys, cable
ch&a. Must see Call
545-8956

405 Apartments
Unfurnished

$199 Moves You
In on our 3Bedrooms
888-836-3613
AMELIA ISL N. nice 2br
very close to bch.
$950mo 904-321- 0855
Arlington
Spacious 1 2 & 3bd apts
II.-l1i FlMi rnlk 'll a: |
Central location, pool.
Unbeatable prices.
904.721-1466


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 $785


5019 Fulham
3174 Loch Lomond Ln. 2/2 900SF $650
4/22082SF$1150 AVAILABLE MID-JUNE!
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE!
SOUTHSIDE
9254 Sweet Rose Ln. 7801 Pt Meadows
3/2 1358SF $875 Drive #3307
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE! 2/2/11200SF$1150


S9254 Falsmill
3/2 1605SF $1050
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE

9367 Prosperity Lake
3/2 1721SF $1150
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE

ARLINGTON
11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $850

GREEN COVE SPRINGS
3332 Citations Dr.
3/2 1676SF $1075

ICW
12615 Stockwood Ln
3/2 $875
PATIO HOME!

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

MAYPORT
2125 Fairway Villas
3/2 912SF $775

MIDDLEBURG
3840 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 13565F $895

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

3405 Fieldstone Ct.
3/2 1582SF $975
$300 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!

MANDARIN
443 Windergate Dr.
2/2.5 1280SF $725

1422 W Chinaberry Ct.
4/2/3 2200SF $1495
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE
JULINGTON CREEK PL

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

8048 Lexington
3/1 1284SF $675

2918 Centerwood Dr.
3/2 1640SF $895
$300 OFF 1ST
FULL MONTHS RENT!

3440 Brahma Bull
Circle North
4/2 1745SF $1075
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE!


5811 Atlantic Blvd.
#185
! 2/2.5 1042SF $750
$250 OFF 1ST
MONTHS RENT!

354 Van Gough
3/2.5 1937SF $1150


ST. JOHNS COUNTY
262 Cezanne Circle
(Florentine Sub.)
3/2 1937SF $1150
(Negotiable)

354 Van Gough
3/2.5 1937SF $1100


WESTSIDE
8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925

4471 Loveland Pass
Drive West
3/2 1374SF $895

8018 Loveland
Pass South
3/2 1569SF $1050
$250 OFF 1ST
MONTH RENT!

4488 Loveland
! Pass Drive
3/2 1510SF $995
$500 OFF 1ST
MONTHS RENT!
!
9255 Whisper Glen
Drive North
4/2 1745SF $1025

7726 Arancio Drive
3/2 1200SF $860

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

6051 Maggie Circle
#101
3/2 1157SF $895

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

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

6067 Filly Side Trail
3/2 1600SF $1025


WORLD
GOLF VILLAGE
1301 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1125
1 MONTH FREE!

1330 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1195
1 MONTH FREE!

1213 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1170


YULEE
2997 Centerwood 861824 Worthington
3/2 1497SF $975 3/2 1383SF $1025


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405 Apartments
4 Unfurnished

AVONDALE 1100sf, hwd
fir ch&a. pool, off st.
parking, $700m 384-8271
AVONDALE HI RISE
RIVERFRONT
Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd.
Balcony. Heat/AC Paid!
384-6151 Mon-Sat
BAYMEADOWS 2/1, ch/a.
w/d HU, yard, clean, no
pets. $645m. 662-1277
BEACHES-2/1, 7th Ave.
N. $900 w/ water. $800
dep. 838-9128
BEAUTIFUL |. s
WESTSIDE f
COMMUNITY 'i-
Offering Spacious1
&2BR'aS & 2 PoolsuU1 1
STARTING AT $4816 in
Close to shopping s
FCCJ & Downtown.1CAL*
CALL NOW Hr
(904) 387-2933i510f
CF & NAS 2BR Dup Scrnmd
Deck. Fen Yard, Pet OK!
Ref Req. $595 778-2897
DEPOSIT SPECIAL $99.00!
Effic. & 1BR w/approval.
2BR Also Avail. 1 Stry, WD
Randall Court 731- 0213

Move in
Special
I, 2, &atBR

dep 57 -0240

NEAR DWNTWN Move in
special newly remod.
clean & quiet211 apt,
$200dep/$400mo sec 8
welcome 910 2393
NORTHSIDE
Large 1, 2 & 3 Beroom6L.
$99 SEC. EP. SPECIAL!
No application fee.
CALL (904) 751-1510
N'side lac. priv. prop-
erty furnished, person
(quiet) small cute, no
gets no JEA, no water
ill. $500mo. 751-2080
R'SIDE- 2/1, ch&a hwd
firs, $600mo. util incl.
904-449-4724
WS 2/1duplex, w/d hu
ch&a, Incs h20/lawn ref
/dep $525mo 291-0344

410 Condominiums
ARL/THE OAKS 3/2.5TH,
DR, fncd yd, compl.
renov. W/D. PooL
$925+dp. 904-616-5429
BAYMEADOWS new 3/2
condo w/elevator for
rent. $1200m. 333-8572
BRAND NEW CONDO 3/2,
1157sf, Nr NAS. $950mo.
All appi 813-4155
HARBOR TOWN New 3/3.
gar, facing Intercoastal,
$2500m longterm lease.
904-288-9293
JAX BCH New 3/2 w/gar.
2nd fir, upscale kit.,
w/d, $1300m. 220-4077
OCEANFRONT-JAX BCH,
3/2 1500sf, end unit
$1900 lyr lease 705-4208
ORTEGA Waterfront, 3/2,
gated amenities, boat
slip, 904-537-8960
Ponte Vedra Beach 2/2
garage, frpl, scr. porch.
w/d. pool no smoking,
$1295. Call 334-2721
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 2/2 TH LAKE FRONT
1st mo. rent 1/2 off.
scr patio $1100. 233-1437
PVB Belleza 1/1, newly
remod., $950, gar avail
extra 727- 934- 7107
PVB OCEANUNKS 2/2, fpl
scr prch. W/D, $1100m.
904- 273.5732/349-3947
SAN MARCO 2/1, Rent to own
2043 Dunsford Ter. Free
wtr, pool $650. 641-6219
SOUTrHSIDE/GATE PKWY
New, 1400sf, 3/2, LR/DR,
W/D, covered patio
cony to Malls, nr UNF,
Bchs, 15min dwntwn.
$1250mo. 904-608-5776


410 Condominiums

CITIHOMES OF
SAN MARCO
2 BEDROOM / BATH
UNITS 900 SO. 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

W'SIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Near Riverside, $895m
boat dockage. 757- 0775

415 Houses
4 Furnished

4, HOUSE FOR RENT
2 Bdrm/2full bath, 2
v car garage Less than 2
Syrs old- Extras inc:
Flat op 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

420 Houses
Unfurnished

AMELIA ISLAND TOWN-
HOUSE 2br, 2.5bth, loft,
bns rm,, water frt, apx
1500sf 904-536-7916
www.web-mage.com
ARGYLE 2/2, 1 car gar,
nice toc, close to shop'g
no pets. Call 213-1098
Argyle 3/2, Great Rm
Fpc, Scrnd Patio. Pet Ok.
Refs Req $995 778 2897
ARL/SUMMER BROOK
New 2300f home 4/2
Upgrdal $1495. 226395
ARL 3/1.5, 6212 Anvil Rd,
$925 mo + dep
904-620-0879
ARL 3/15, ch/a, FR, new
kit. appli. No pets,
$850m+dep 744-8339
ARL FT. CAROLINE 4/2/2,
$1150 mo. 904-657-6186
904-284.-7644.
ATL BEACH-2.5 biks to
Bch, 6blks to town ctr,
3/2, fen'd yd pool,
$1650mo (904)535.1305
BARTRAM SPRINGS 4/3.
3car gar, lakefront, SS
appi. granite, central
vac. Etc. $1950m+dp.
Avail Now! 904-285-2476
BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
renovy., no pets, n/s
$1200 mo+dep 923-0111
BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
renov., no pets, n/s
$1200 mondep 923.0111
BEACH OCEANFRONT
3/3, 2300sf. ch/a, w/d,
$2300m. 904-294-6094
CF & NAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Refs Req 778- 2897
A Crooked River Home
for Rent 3 bdrm 2
< J.bath Fenced Yard
Shade Trees Alarm
System. 213 Pine Dale
Drive 60OP/mo call
227-2636
EASTSIDE -3/2 CH&A, HUD
OK, $700mo. 1534 Pasco St
Leggett Realty 396-3212
FLEMING ISL 3/2, 2car
far pool, Ijacuzzi, fpl,
[anal, $1550m. 282-2226
FLEMING ISLAND PLANT
New Rental!!! 3/2.1531
sf, $1295/mo 334-3845
Green Cove Spgs Lake
Asbury 3/2 middle sch 1
block 8110mo 716-8937
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
4/2 Brand new $1200/mo
Cntry living, nr sch s,
Shoppg, Club pool,
Accent-Jax 388-2225 X126
Green Cv. Hickory Knolls
Est. 3/2 w/bonus pri-
vacy fenced rear w/wet
lands view. AC In
garage for pets, new
Rouse. n$1500.
904-662-4585. 269-1813
& ICW Keman 3/2,
S sec. sys, irr sys,
t fncd yd, $1250 +
dep. Sunchase Dr.
233-6978. PCS Move.
JCP -4br, 2250sf, culdesac
backed up to pres. 7mo min
$1595 333-7231
KERNAN/JTB 1800sf. 3/2,
$1300m. inci Iwn svc &
w/d, 904-553-6326


ARLINGTON/SOUTHSIDE BR/BA PRICE
12003 Saverio Lane 3/2 $1200
1353 Grove Park Rd. -1/2 Off Rent 3/2 $1200
4708 Tevi Dr. 3/2 $1200
9132 Mt. Arlington Ct 3/2 $1200
4743 Brierwood Rd. 3/2 $1100
1726 Ryar Rd. 4/2.5 $1100
7800 Point Medows Dr. #1338 2/2 $1100
7701 Timberlin Park #537 2/2 $1000
11430 Skimmer Ct. 3/2 $1000
3859 Abby Lane 4/3 $950
3140 Cristo Lane 4/1.5 $925
1977 Riverbluff Rd. 3/1 $825
2022 Camden Ave 2/1 $795
8039 Parental Circle 2/1 $555
ST. AUGUSTINE
1050 Bella Vista Blvd. #132 2/2 $1125
JUUNGTON CREEK
5454 Julington Creek Rd. 3/2 $1175
SAN MARCO
1664 Flagler Ave. 1/1 $525
1707 Flagler Ave. 2/1 $750
ORANGE PARK
6005 Bermuda Dr. -Fleming Island 3/2 $1200


MIDDLEBURG
2970 Florence Dr.
WESTSIDE
8723 Tristan Dr.
8049 Lamb Ct.
2874 Green St.
805 Cone St.


4/2.5 $1600


YULEE
308 Edwards St. 3/2 $1250
NORTHSIDE
1734 Shore View Dr. 4/2 $1600
874 Poydras Lane 4/2 $1600
13648 Canoe Ct. -Victoria Lakes 4/2 $1375
17028 Eagle Bend Blvd.Just Reduced 3/2 $1200
1743 Cavalcade Ct. 3/2 $1200
10644 Pinholster Rd. 3/2 $950
11217 Vera St. 3/2 $900
2368 Wilmont Ave. 3/1 $825
10737 Tulsa Rd. 3/2 $825
5630 Calvin Ave. 3/2 $825
10217 Briarcliff Rd. 3/1 $825
10616 Arnez Rd. -Just Reduced 3/1.5 $800
1261 Wainwright Dr. 3/1 $800
1362 W. 14th St. 2/1 $525
1907 Thelma St 2/1 $500

Dan Jones & Associates, Inc.
mmm 757-3466
E R A Ask About Specials!
ER ,TA www.ERADANJONES.com


S Houses
420 Unfurnished

KERNAN 4/3 New, LR, DR.
FR, 2Story, no pets,
$1795. A P RIty 724. 3929
S KINGSBAY $880m,
Sno pets, avail. 5/30
I Contact
-Rich Santomauro.
619-454-3872 or
richlap@san.rr.com
LakeShr Bd 3/2 gar appi
wood pvt dr $100SlOOOmo
+dep. no pets 387-3753
MANDARIN -3/2, Ingrnd
pool, Avail June 1, Call
904-268-2828
4. MANDARIN 3/2,
SLakefront, 2000sf,
SI w/d incl. Lots new,
10min. to NAS.
$1150m. 917-306-1940
MANDARIN 4/2,
$1295MO. lyr lease.
11826 Hidden Stage-
coach Ct. 223-6443
MANDARIN -Ig TH, 2/2,
$600sec, $900mo. $1500
moves u in. 899-2883
a. NEAR NAS JAX 3/2
Some with pool, 1g
k >fencd yard. great
neighborhood, all
new apple, avail now.
$1250/mo +dep. Pets ok
Call now. 904-759-9662;
559- 924.2263 PCS move

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

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOMEIII
4092 Clearbrook Cove
3/2 1875SFJ$1095
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP
(904) 730-8060

N'SIDE VICTORIA LAKES
Alta Rd.. new 4/2.5, 2
car gar 2800sf 2 story,
+ amenities. $1495mo
Avail. 6/1. Call
904-631-1739 207-4142
O.P. 3br/2 full baths Irg
great room, $1200mo.
all 278-1210
O.P. WATERFRONT
3/1.5, ingr pool,
l.jJetski ramp, boat
dock, Ig Fla Rm
carport, 2 porches, fncd
yd, $1075mo + dep. H
904-282-3195. C
904-210-4495 (PCS)
OAKLEAF brand new, 4/2
brick, avail now,
$1275mo. 904-291-2936
OP 4/2, 1cg. Irg fncd yd,
cov. patio. New cpt, tile
& roof $1100m. 742-2459
OP GREENWOOD ESTATES
lease w/opt to buy. 3/2
LG corner lot w/fen'd
d, 2c gar, great starter
ome, $3000dn towards
Eurch $1000mo. 1633
Isa Dawn Dr. 838-3378
PACE ISLAND Gate
comm, 4/2, LR. FR, DR,
Fpl. $1400mo 269-5460
PVB/Flddlers Marsh 3/2,
2cgar. comm pool/ten.
$1475m. 352-514-1848
RIVER ACCESS -2/1.5
Twn Hm 5811 Atlantic
Blvd. comm pool
w/boat dock & slip $800
mo 571-1111 or
571-1112 or 260-9700
SAN JOSE 3/2, LR, fam
rm, 2 car gar. remod-
eled, $1100mo 434-1686
SPRINGFIELD 3/1.
REDUCED $650. Totally
redone inside & out.
Accent -Jax 388-2225 x126
S'SIDE-1830 Cortez Rd.,
2br. kit eqpt, ch/a, Irg
yd, $695m+dp. 246-3135
S'side adorable 2/1
1100sf ch&a. new paint,
carpet, tile. w/d hu, big
yrd encl. 1 c.1 c. gar 362
Oglethorpe Rd.
A+schools, no pets,
$850+dp. convenient to
anywhere. 509-4411
S'side Newly Renov.
2/1.5 New: designer
kitchen, bathrms, car-
pet, tile, paint. Lg bk yd
$850mo. 904-868-2465
S*SIDE Townhouse, new
3/2.5 1 car gar. gated
comm. near St. Lukes
Hosp & JTB. $1195mo.
Part furn avail $1395mo.
904-631- 1739 207-4142.
ST. AUG. Florentine
beautiful 3/2, brand
new, $1600mo. Call
904-887-9691; 434-8424
SL. Johnx Co/Heritage
LNd@ EW 2400lf Upgrds

STARKE 3, 2 Lakefront.
modern many amenoi
ties 1000 904 964 1005
WESTSIDE
1005 Legay Are. 3,2
$1100,' mo. 867 1535
WESTSIDE 6631 Georiga
Jack 3/2. $950mo. 5201
Glen Allen 3/2. $800mo.
Others avail call for
details. 728-4027

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

WSIDE 2/1. duplex,
fncd yd, $525mo. HUD
1875 NewbOlt. 32210
389-0331 545-4836
WSIDE 3/1 $750+$500
dep 2/1 $650+$500dep;
1/1 $450+$250 dep.
Call 422-1842
W'SIDE 4/2 near Trinity
Nice area, ready 6/15,
$1050m. 757-0775

42S Manufactured
Homes

BEACHES
3/2,2/1, pool walk to
base. starting @$499
$250 sec Call 249-6444
NORMANDY NEAR CECIL
2 &3 BR'S MH'S. $375-
$475. no pets. 781-1170
RVRFRNT BIk Ham-
mock 1/1, lac $400
646-4757 743-0055


430 Roommates

ATL BCH share hse, own
bth, near beach, mature
non smkr $490. 246- 4487
BCH BLVD/9A Irg rm
Furn, util. Incl, w/d, cbl
$395m. 904-568-712A
OP Room in 4/2-5 Pool
Home. No pets, $425m.
Prof. fern prefd 276 0055
OP Share 3/2 home,
$300mo+1/3 utils + dep.
Call 213-1260
ROOMMATE
WANTED:3/2, IG
.pool, carport, close
to shopping
areas, close distance to
NAS Mayport and Jax
University Call $400
spliti t utilities
925-848-2725
UNF/REGENCY AREA
young prof male needs
roommate to share nice
Irg 2/2 duplex. $500 +
utils. Call 352-870-8704

435 Rooms
to Rent

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

OP Nice room. $140wk+
dep. Hot tub & Pool. All
until. incl. 904-764-8098
ORANGE PARK share
large house $450mo
1/2 until. 904-610-9240
ROOMMATE
WANTED -to share
3 br house. 10 mmin
from Mayport.
$600mo, utils pd.
Call 904-449-6395
Springfield Sober living,
furn, cable, ph, meals,
B-line $140wk 359-9375
Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts
NC MTNS Maggie
V Valley, 1 bdrm
cottage $55,000
828-926-1809
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
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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 725-1437
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


Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
NW JAX 1900sf, ch/a,
fen'd. office/WHSE,
$990M. 904-777-6367

515 Office Space
-. For Rent

AVONDALE 774 SQ. FT.
Multi- User Office Space
Waterfront Property.
CALL (904) 384 6151
LANDING BLVD-1723
Unit 106.720sf, $650m.
904-277-7056
HIDDEN HILLS, New
office park. INDIV. OFCS
or full suite/1126 sf.
$375+/mo. 904 874-7922
Phillips & Sunbeam
office suites 700sf,
$589m. 904-737-5155
PROF OFC BLDG 2 units
up to 4,000sf avail.
Turnkey, best deal in
town. San Jose 514-1090






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

s50 Business
Opportunities

Uquor License, 4COP Duval
County $200,000
Call(904) 631-6917

57tll Mortgages
570Bought and Sold

TOP CASH for owner
financed mortgages,
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Experienced
only apply.
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710 Industrial/
7 -m Trades


For residential home
builder to install win-
dows. Call Claude
@904-646-5793 ext 111
APT PUNCH OR WAR-
RANTY WORK PERSON
WITH EXP- Apply at
9745 Tochton Rd@
construction trailer

AUTO TECHS
Exp'd, with tools. Exc.
pay. bnfts. 762-0109
CABINET MAKERS
W/EXP. Join our team
and earn premium
wages! Call Duane or
Corey 7573964

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS OP/St. John
area, w/tools & transp.
Call Karen 904-777-S775
CARPENTER
SUPERINTENDENT
Experienced,
References, & Honest!
(904) 642-9003

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
Custom Ornamental Iron
Fabricators Installers,
Autocad. Call 384-3495
DRYWALL Exp'd Job
Superintendent, Project
Managers, Lay Out
Person or Foreman.
Jacksonville location.
Call to set up interview.
Lynn at 402-689-9578
EOPTP ERSTORS, CON-
CRETE FINISHERS &
LABORERS- For RB
Baker Construction.
Apply in person: 125
International Golf Pkwy
St Augustine Medical,
dental, pd vac. pd
holidays 40lK
Pre-Employment Drug
Screen. .For more infor
call 904-824-9901 ext
202 EOE/DFWP

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

ESTIMATOR- educated
professional with 3+
yrs residential con-
struction experience -
Prefer experience in
highend product. Fax
resume 904-940-7779
attn Jeff Magras
FORKLIFT DRIVER-
lumber experience
pref'd. Apply in person
Carolina Lumber
575 Phelps St.
GLAZIERS Exp'd Glaziers,
Fabricators & helpers
Drivers Lic nec. Mac's
Glass & Mirror, Inc. 1651
Blanding Blvd. Jax,
EOE DFWP
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
SHOWER ENCLOSURE
INSTALLERS exp'd
shelving, mirrors, benf
Terry/John 288-4445.
LABORER/MACHINE
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LAWN TECHNICIAN- with
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Call 10-4 only 389-3235

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Hillman,a Tailamn,
Laborers, Good
benefits heath
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Vac, 40K EOE DFWP
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

UNDERGROUND UTILITY CO
Seeking:
Pipe Foreman
Pipe Layers
Pipe Helpers
with experience Drug
Free, EOE, great ben-
efits. Apply at
395 Corporate Way,
Orange Park. 278-1736.
PIPE LAYERS, EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS, HILL /
TAILMAN & LABORERS
Exp. Req'd, Top Pay &
Bnfts Call Earthworks
653-2800 EOE/DFWP
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For new construction
Crockett Plumbing.
904-387-0176 DFWP.
PLUMBERS Immediate
openings for Lic'd
Plumbers & Helpers.
Must have good FDL.
Please contact Steve
Nickel at 545- 2277.
PLUMBERS- Resid
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$16-$25/hr. 269-0041
PRINTING- graphics
person proficient in
Quarkexpress, Photo-
shop, Illustrator & File
conversion. Able to
work with Mac & PC
environment & color
copiers. Call Mr Stewart
356-9392 ext 112
SATELLITE TV Installers
Needed. Must have exp.
SBCA lic. Call 641-3474

SERVICE
ADVISOR
Needed for
Toyota Dealership
,All benefits. Call
for confidential
interview 591- 4902
Drugfree Workplace

SHEET METAL HELPER
Field work, must have
transp, full bnfts
388 2388 DFWP
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711 Marine
7 1 Trade

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713 Legals

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715 "Management/
7 1 Professional

ASST. TO DIR
Director seeks indi-
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oversee area office. If
not earning $600/wk
call 733-9421


for Local Glass Co.
Fax resume & salary
req's to: 904-387-8715
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MORTGAGE LOAN
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720 Medical
BILLING/COLLECTION
SUPERVISOR
Experience needed.
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CHIROPRACTOR
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resume 904-399-8838,
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FRONT DESK for busy IM
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NURSE PRACTITIONER
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ythedman@aol.com
PHYSICIAN WANTED
For Pain Mgmt Clinic
$80/hr. FL Lic.
Fax resume 737-9840

RBHS has the follow-
ing openings avail-
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make a difference in
the lives of others:
Charge RNs -
Great Differential
FT Evenings. Nights, No
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Charge RNs -
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Community RN
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723 Dental
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Irma 731-0144

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75 Office/
M725 clerical

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Professional/
730 Personal
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PGA TOUR SPA LATERRA
In St. Augustine Is
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Mandle at 904- 9407800

732 Computer
7 J^ Technology

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735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

Counter Clerks &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641-5033

DANCERS DANCERS
Jacksonville's Biggest
Gentleman's Club
Day/Night Available
GOLD CLUB
6455500
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
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735 Restaurants/
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DANCERS DANCERS
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Wackos 3- 1110

Experienced
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JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar In Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 645- 5500


MILLHOUSE
STEAKHOUSE
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10-6, 1341 Airport Rd.
(next to Wendys)

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


740 Retail
UNIFORM STORE MGR
Jacksonville location, BA
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corp. ofc. 513-793,1706
sbacon@fechheimer.com


745 Sales
AUTO SALES
Arlington Auto Sales
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FUND RAISING for non
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SALESPERSON
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Plus Benefits!
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TERRITORY MGR- for
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747 Telemarketing

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7T50 Technical/
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"CAD TECH / INTERIOR
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750 Technical/
-Engineering


Survey
Instrument &
Rodman
Offering excellent
benefits health,
dental, pd holidays,
Vac. 401K Pay com-
mensurate with exp.
EOE DFWP
Appely at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106


752 Warehouse

Night Warehouse
$8.00/hr apply in person;
2240 Dennis St.
WAREHOUSE WORKERS
with forklift exp. $10/hr.
Tues -Sat. Lumber
knowledge a'plus.
Apply in person at 2014
E.Adams St. 807-0174


753 Security

GUARDSMARK
American Owned
$9.00/HR, FREE health ins
for all security. offic-
ers working 32hrs/wk
Apply 6900 Southpoint
Dr. N. Ste. 140, 731-2060
www.guardsmark.com
Lic. #BB9700027 EOE
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Security officers FT&PT,
SUPERVISORS, FLEX
OFFICERS, Exp required.
Up to $10hr. Paid weekly.
Bnfts. DWFP Lic. AB2000006
Call 904- 737- 4949

POSITIONS AVAIL, for
high profile gated
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D Lic. w/exp preferred"
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755 Miscellaneous

CARPET TECH NEEDED
No exp. Clean driving
record. Start ASAP
588-6805
CLEANERS WANTED
Immed. positions avail.
3rd shift, 2nd shift, &
Wknds, PT/FT. Se Habla
Espanol. 904-334-2018


lace


Voted #1 Military Employer

of 2004 by TAOnline.

Named #1 Employer of Veterans

in Florida by VFW.

Full-time & Part-time positions!

CUSTOM PHu i i ION OFFICER"
Former Law Enforcement, Military Police, Career Military, Elite Military
Forces, Police Academy Grads, Former Corrections, Criminal Justice
Grads or Firefighter/Paramedic Certified. High School Diploma/
GED Required

Our standards are very high. Because of this, Wackenhut has become
the largest and most respected corporations in our field, worldwide.
Now we are looking to add a few high-caliber professionals in the
Jacksonville area.

We offer the best pay and benefits package in the
industry including:
a "D" Training
S Paid Vacation
* 401k
Pay Increases
Employee Health, Life & Disability Insurance
SOvertime Availability
Advancement Opportunity
$21K + starting pay


Must pass a rigid background investigation, drug screen
and psychological exam.

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION
3974 Woodcock Dr., Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Phone: (9041 398-1640
Fax: (904) 396-6716 Wackenh
Email: phatt@wackenhut.com

EOE M/F/D/V/DFW


ut


UC# AB8700009


755 Miscellaneous
HOUSE CLEANERS
Needed. Car/ins
required. Must have
clean background. F/T
No wknds, $9.00/hr. No
exp required. 730 -7201

needed for truck detail-
ing & building maint..
pay + benefits Apply
8-Sat Asbell Truck
Center 8700 New Kings

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760 Part-Time

Become A Hero Todayl
AND EARN $180 or more
A MONTH

If you are healthy and 18
years or older, you may
qualify for one of these
plasma donation
programs:
Tetanus (last booster
shot more than 10 years
ago), Hepatitis B
or Normal Plasma
Call 904- 731-8456 for
an appointment.


PT Warehouse
Order Packer,
S'side area. $9.00/hr.
Call Mark 731.4400


762 Work At Home
ASSEMBLE AT HOME To
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry 24hr 390-3939

815 Business
Services

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

83 N Child
830 Care

20yrs Est'd exp Ref's
TDays M-Th Atten-
tlve to your Child's
Needs" Moms Pre-K
Program Call Debble
904908-5418
C, CHILDCARE
in my Mandarin
Slhome. Full time or
M daily.
Call Miss October for
interview. 904-268-6210
or 904-476-8584
Loving Mandarin Mom
offers Quality
Childcare All ages, flex
hrs, areas rates, outings,
fun routine. Many refs
and exp. 525-9726

3 Cleaning
835 Services

TIFFANY'S CLEANING
Residential & Comm.
Licensed & Bonded
Call for Estimate
904.807-8454

855 Financial/
Accounting

CAPITAL FINANCE
Pay Your Bill with a
Secure Loan through
Capital Finance.
*1st 2nd 3rd Mortgages
*Personal Loans
*Credit Lines
Good or Bad Credit,
No Problem!
No Up Front Fees.
CALL TOLL FREE
1-800-228-1654
2532 Madison Ave.
New York City, NY 10012


870 Lawn Service-
87v Landscaping
LAWN SERVICE &
POWER WASHING
Serving North Clay Co.
exc. service. Mil/senior
disc. Call 904-449-8345

894 Massage

#1 OUTCALL/INCALL
Beaches, Downtown,
Southside, Arlington.
9AM-9PM 7 days/wk
MM15239 242-8998


902 Appliances

4 CAR DOLE 77"
Swivel pad w/tire
straps and spare
tire. Rough paint
job $500 904-278-1952
DRYER/WASHER Super
capacity, exc. cond.
$200. 904-3998327
Q, INFANT
T CARSEAT-Graco
t I Exc cond, 6 mo's
JL" old, Tan, green and
black, all papers $40
573-0254
4 KENMORE DRYER
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
4, SHARP MICRO
OVEN 1cu. ft. Exc
cond. $30. Call
904-241-2070


902 Appliances
WASHER Ken-
more Heavy duty
$100; solid oak
roll-top desk $500
OBO. Call 215-5337.

905 Articles
SFor Sale
L 4 Tires & Rims
P225/75 R15 SIX
Lug Toyota Dunlap
M&S, good tread
$125. Call 879-2992
04 AMERICAN HERI-
TAGE POOL TABLE
lBoston series,
beautiful maple
wood, leather pockets,
comes with accesso-
rie s $ 3 0 0 0
904-742-4862
AQUARIUM 75 gal
saltwater reef incis
wetdry filter.
lights, 3 fish
everything goes $550
912-882-6371 ve msg
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything now!
358-2265 259-2292
BEANIE BABIES -
(Retired) qty 450.
S 1993-2001. Must
sell $2500 obo
(h) 282-7573
BUZZ LIGHTYEAR
SAIR HOCKEY TABLE
Like new $35 obo.
Call 249-5377
for info.

SCHANDELIER eight
light contemporary
VIbeveled glass, Cost
$284, Asking $95.
Call 264-2973
SCoach Handbags
Camel & Suede
S Hampton Buckle
Hobo $110.
Mahogany Leather
Legacy Small Hobo. $85.
Like new 904- 714-1995
COMPUTER DESK
w/Hutch, wood
Jo1 grain $200; Call
904-287-8432
4 CONTEMPORARY-
S 3 section wall
clock, beautiful $40
Gold and black
904-553-6015
CRUTCHES -wood,
(1) tall, and (1)
short pair. Like
new $8 each.
Call 268-2482
4, DORM REFRIG-
SERATOR $30, Win-
ldow a/c heat/cool
$300. commercial
bakers rack $100, ger-
man antique camera
$100 motor scooter
$400 904-272-7352
4 GE STOVE like new
Scoil top self clean-
I9ing Bisque. Never
used digital read
out. $275. Call
282-5452
MASONIC &
EASTERN AFRICAN
t ART PRINTS You
must see' to
believe! Call Kim
904-778-2464


905 Articles
9 For Sale

4 MATERNITY KHAKI
Uniforms, shirts,
pants, skirts. One
set of maternity
whites. $100 takes all.
992-3556

MEN'S BLACK
COWBOY BOOTS, Size
12. Never worn. $50.
Call 912-576-3130
SMEYERS 1.5 HP
pump make offer,
VCR player upright
vacuum cleaner
$25. 5 Nylon sleeping
bags exc cond
781-6222
a OP SHARE LRG, 2
SSTRY HOUSE nr
*eBlanding & Knight
Boxx. Cable N
phone incl'd $325 +
util's, Also cozy home
near OP Mall Express-
way same rent
612-6646
PRO SPORT
FITNESS CLIMBER -
Call Kim 904-778-2464
Refrigerator 20.7 cf
$175. Crib w/ mat-
i tress $75. Play pen
large size $25.
904-241-5071

SALTWATER
AQUARIUM 75
gal. w/wet/dry
4 filter, uv, sterilizer,
protein skimmer, light,
cabinet and canopy,
$400 542-3455 ext 117
SALTWNATER
4 1AQUARIUM 75 gal-
Ion, with wet dry
filter, UV sterilizer,
protein skimmer.
cabinet & canopy $400
904- 542-73455
SEALY Posterpedic
SPremiere Queen
S|lMattress and box
springs w/pillow
top. Queen Liberty &
Headboard w/rails.
$150. as set. Will sell
separate. 513-4867
4 SPA -3-5 person,
T 35 jets. cover
Sw/lift warranties.
Moving. Retail
$4500; sell $2000 OBO.
714-1313.
SPA 3-5 Person 35 jets
cover w/lift steps
warranties moving,
retail $4500. sell $2000.
obo. 904-714-1313
SSPA 3-5 person, 35
jets, cover w/lift,
vi/steps, warranties.
Moving. Retail
$4500, sell $2000 OBO
714-1313
TABLE 48' Round glass
Stop. + 4 rolling swivel
I chairs new $750. ask-
ing $300 matching
bakers rack $150. all like
new. Call Linda
904-287-8432
a Task chair, arm-
1 less vertical
V |adjustable caster
wheels. Blue fabric
very comfortable like
new $ 9.00 268-2482
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Sz, good cond. $50
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905 Articles
For Sale

WOODEN SWING-
SET with slide
S $50. Located In
onbase housing.
Call 247-5377

910 Arts & Crafts/
- Hobbies

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

920 Business/
920V office

Workstation / Cubicles
Only $595
Herman Miller 8' x 8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

925 Computers
4 DELL OPTIPLEX 400
SM H Z Pentium
1,Computer, 64MB
RAM. 2GB Hard
Drive, USB/Lan Ports,
Video/Sound card $80.
Call 904-249- 6916
SDELL OPTPLEX
400MHZ Pentium
64MB Ram 2GB
SHarddrive
USB/LAN Ports
Video/Sound Card
Keyboard and mouse.
$70. 249-6916
GATEWAY 17 inch
and new 14 inch
HP monitor $40
S and $30, HP tower
$50 264-2973
Gateway computer
.monitor & two
w,7speakers $30.00


928 Electronics

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

945 Garage
H* FMlT oSales

full sz bed.Din tbl, much
morel 6/04 & 6/05 6401
Diamond Leaf Dr. 771.-7740
Avondale Sat 8am. Toys.
swing set. antlq's. furn.
clths, misc 3585 Pine St.
AVONDALE -Yard
S/ sale. Lots of good
Stuff! Sat, June 4th
0800-1300. 1611
Ingleside Ave between
St. Johns and Park
Streets.
FORT CAROLINE
Huge Salel Collectors
Delight Fri &Sat 7-2,
4611 Harbor North Ct.
LAKEWOOD -Home
remodeling. Lots of
items, baby, children
teen. Home decor and
furniture 6235 Suwan-
nee Rd. Sat 6/4 8-12am
u Moving sale dining
room, living room
Timquedroom sets call
904 641-4545
ORANGE PARK 3262
Dowitcher Ln. Multi-
Family, furn. Sat. 8-2
Ortega Move Salel Fri.
8-3 Sat 8-1; Lots of
Furn, antiques, cars,
etc. 4076 McGirts Blvd.
Riverslde/Avondale
Moving Sale 2821
Downing St Fri/Sat. 6/3
& 6/4; 8-12. furn tools,
antiques, children,
household & more!!
S'side Huge Muoi Family
Moving Salei Fri Sat
Furn, appil, tools, toys,
plants, MEGA H'hold
Items Don't Miss This
Onel 6204 Smallwood Rd.
SWESTSIDE -Com-
T munity yard sale.
S| Saturday, June 11
S from 7am-2pm.
Springs at Orange Park.
6371 Collins Road.
WESTSIDE Sat. 9-4,
4636 Cates Ave. oft
Timuquana. Good stuff'!
W'SIDE 5 family Sale
4555 Lambing Rd off
103rd. Thur, Fri. Sat.
W'slde Sat. 10-4; Adult to
Kids ciths! Weschester
SD. 870 Cresswell Ln W.


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945 Garage
Sales

Bargain Hunters Galore

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

950 Garden/
Lawn

SGAS EDGER $95, lawn
Smower rear bagger 21"
.1b31/2 hp. misc building
materials make offer
everything great cond
781-6222
LAWNMOWER
ST -Murray 4hp. 20"
|. cut 2yrs old $75.00
264-1514 after 5pm
MONSTER CRAFTS-
SMAN TRACTOR Kohler
23 HP engine with 50
S in cut. Less than 100
hrs. Asking $2000. Excellent
Condition. 904-803- 6353
a MURRAY 42" cut
I riding lawn mower
w14$350 48" large
screen Magnavox
TV PN picture w/screen
projector $600. both
work g r e at.
904-529-8263

955 Household
Furniture

BED-AAA BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 6740405
Bed full sz adj. electric
used lyr paid $1900
asking $1100. 260-1747
BEDROOM 4 PC SET $298
2 PC Sofa&Chair From $298
5 PC Oak Dinette From$ 118
3 Pc Qn Simmons Bd $198
3 Pc Sealy Twin Bed 129
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg $998
VCR's From $20
20" Color TV's From $75
Microwaves From $25

(904)396-9000
BED TWIN red race car,
Little Tikes, toy box
bookshelf $150 260 8291
BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. In Plastic. $120
(904)m6740405
a CHANDELIER
8 lights beveled
Glass contempo-
rary with center
spot light cost $285. like
new asking $95.
904-264-2973
Complete 7 pc living
Room set from rooms
SI to go never used must
sel $1500 OBO infor-
mation call 904- 908- 0958
na COMPUTER DESK &
CHAIR Very good
o cond. $75.
S 886-0534 Iv msg.
4, COMPUTER DESK with
Shutch wood grain $200.
1I Call Linda
904-287-8432
Couch 3 pc Lane Sec-
tional, 3 recliners fold
down table. Excellent
cond. No pet, no smkrs,
paid $2500. Must sell!
$700. 904-568-6829
CRADLE Jenny Lind,
| Cherry wood with
tb mattress pad and
bedding. $60, like
new. Call 904-772-8979
or 904542- 4602
4, CRADLE Wood,
Maple finish, 19"W
IX 35"L, free stand-
ing, includes
pretty, coordinating
mattress, blanket,
bumper pad. Excellent
cond. $25904-725-0009

4, SOFA Beautiful, like
Snew Sectional, tan
upholstery, very
comfortable. Paid
$2200; will sell for $700.
904387- 5952 Kimberly
Lv msg.
.a Crib and match-
T ing changing table
t | great cond. $125.
Call 904-247-4721
904-654-5028
4, DINING ROOM SET,
living room set,
* |ivb bedroom set.
'Moving Sale! Call
641-4545 or 514-1333
for appt.


955 Household
9 Furniture

Dinning Rm 5 piece
Asset, Iron oyster
color, glass table
top, 9 mo old, $395.
Call 904-249-6916
DINNING ROOM
T spc set. Iron
L Oyster Color glass
table top orig.
$750. Sell $395.
249-6916
Dinning Set Formal
-4/ 8 chairs, large
t1l table, china hutch,
walnut color, must
sell $350. 904-225-9725
ENTERTAINMENT
SCENTER- solid oak
with glass doors
ncan hold 32" TV
$125 904-886-0534 Iv
msg
J ENTERTAINMENT
SYSTEM White
q|wash, 2 wood/
I glass towers with
lighting, TV stand,
cover for entire system
with lighting. Must sell,
$700 or best offer.
904237- 0335
4 FURNITURE Black
| leather Q-Sleeper
Scouch;Lazy-Boy,
Black leather
swivel rocker; couch -
print floral, Coordi-
nating chair; Gold chair
264-3486
GIRLS BEDROOM
SSET- twin bed,
chest, desk, white,
sold wood $150
904-886-0534 Iv msg
GLASS TOP TABLE
SROUND-48" + 4
I Rolling Swivel
Chairs New $750.
Asking $300. Linda
904-287-8932
SItalian imported
r mahogany dining
S| room set six chairs
S china cabinet used
twice must sell $2000 OBO
information: 904-908-0958
4, KIN G Size
t Iebed- cherry wall
unit with mat-
Stress-mirrored
center with Armoires
and matching dresser.
Beautiful $900.
338-5403
KITCHEN TABLE-
With 4 chairs,
cltwhite with wood
t o p $8 0
904-886-0534 Iv msg
LOVE SEAT off
White color
\|JLloveseat brown)
Q mustard good
cond. $50; full size bed,
good cond, strip
eadboard, mirror 2
small bookcases, $250;
Call Judith, 904-803-4184
OLD IRON BED
SDouble with rails
|$40. Tall old iron
k bed with rails $65.
No mattress.
904,269-5883
Sealy loveseat & Chair
SNavy/Tarp 20.00 for
1|both your haul
772-9287
before 8 pm please
Sealy loveseat and
SChair $ 20.00 set You
S haul from Nas Jax
No calls after
8 pm please 904 772-9287
4, SLEEPER SOFA/
S LOVESEAT SET
I lGreat cond, neu-
tral colors, $500
OBO 904- 270-5218
4 SOFA, Loveseat &
SChair, good cond,
kJt$250, 904-291-3789
Sofa & Love seat, black
w/multi colored pil-
lows. Both for $57S.
7 yrs old. good cond.
will emai pictures.
904-997-8731
SSOFA & LOVE SEAT
SBlack with multi-
4lJcolored pillows. 7
-years old, good
condition. Both for
$575. Will email pic-
tures. Call 997-8731.
4 SOFA SLEEPER
Loveseat and
| IChair. Good cond.
$250. 904-291-3789
STable 42' Maple
T w/12" leaf and 4
Chairs, like new
t $115. Table Pecan
25" round 22" high $35.
call 241-2070
S TABLE glass, like
Snew, with four black
41l chairs. Call for more
info. $200 obo.


955 Household
Furniture

4 TASK CHAIR, V e r -
Stidcle Adjustable,
S(5)Caster Wheels.
Dark blue fabric.
Comfortable. Like new
$9. Firm. 268-2482
4 WASHING
i MACHINE Whirl-
.pool, super
-capacity $100;
Kenmore refrigerator
$100; twin day be plu
mattress $125. Moving
sale. Call Linda

4 WATERBED Kng
Ssz waveless soft-
side. uses regular
sheets. Includes
metal frame, box sup-
ports. thermostat
eater pad, liner, $75
912-576-1250

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
4, DRUM SET:
/ Percussion Plus.
l 5pc. set complete
with cymbal and
seat. $175. Call
912-882-7252 Like new.
4 Drum Set Percussion
SPlus 5 pc. Set com-
/plete with cymbals
V and seat 1 1/2 years
old like new $175
912-882-7252
Piano Everett Console
$500. Excellent cond.
904-220-7886
4, TENOR
SAXOPHONE
1 Jupiter Advanced
$750; includes
carrying case and
cleaning kit. Call
904- 729-1170 after 5pm.

980 Sporting
Goods

CHEVY CAMARO-
'98 exc cond, low
m, asking $5500
Call 904-226-9945
SCrossbow 1500X
4' Bought new at NEX for
S$499. Will Sacrifice for
LV $ 250.00 Call Linda or
Carlos at
904732-7258
GOLF CLUBS grips
4 installed various
styles $4.00 each.
Golf Clubs for sale
new from $150. cell
910-0649; H 221-5700
4 GOLF Starter set.
Tommy Armour
|8455 Irons Graph-
ite Driver 3-wood,
5 Wood Medalot,
Putter, Nike Bag $250.00
Johns 220-5690
4 GOLF STARTER SET
/ Tommy Armone
I/ 8455 Irons,
-graphite driver,
3-wood Medalist putter,
Nike bag $250. John
220-5690
PRO WELDER HOME
I GYM Model 17,
OST Designed to
develop every
major muscle $12 5.
Leave message
912-673-9570.
PUNCH/KICKBAG
S ncl's, chain for
hanging, exc cond.
$7 5 C all
904 213-9745
o Sony TV 32" with
"I Stand $350 Twin
| 4tedroom set
uL,"study-table Dresser
$300 Dining Set (6)
$275 Power Lawn mower
$100 992.3958
4 Wind Surfer 11.Sft
Viper Fanatic Per-
fect for Beginners.
Call Brian at
270-6317 ext 114

985 Trailers

2005 Adventure River-
Sside 27 foot trailer
single double Bunks
Queen Bed Dinette
couch Excellent condition
$1400 OBO 213-9590

w Wanted To
99 Buy Or Trade

4 WANTED -
S BOSSOM HEADS,
k BOSSOM PLATES -
Mad Aj in Cnnland


990 Wanted To
990BuyOrTrade

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

1010 pet's &
1 Supplies

Basset Hound M&F 10 mo
oldno papers,$400 for
both. Stacr904 463-3291

Beagle AKC Reg. 2 years
old, male, playful &
friendly $50. 349-3210
BENGAL KITTENS.
Beautifully pelted
w/rossetlng spots &
exc. personalities.
Prefect Indoor family
pet. $300. 352-473-5006
BLUE HEELER PUPPIES
ADORABLE, HIth cert's.
904-287- 5042
BOBCAT HYBRIDS
(Mokave Kittens) $500-
$1000. 292-9195 535-8573
BOXER PUPPIES ACA.
tails docked shots, POP,
$500. Born 42)4. 824-4076
BOXER PUPS, Beautiful
fawn & white, AKC reg.
$500. 904-588-5169
SCAT- Siamese 10
S yrs old, good
I ) companion for
person neutered,
declawed, Also Yellow
Tabby neutered.
282-5452
CHIHUAHUA-
Puppy. $150.
886-0166
DACHSHUND PUPS hlth
cert, long/short hair.
$200 M, $250 F; 866- 2164
4 FREE, 8mo old
1 German Shepher
m i x m I c r 0
Shipped, has shots,
very sweet and playful,
great w/kids and other
ogs. 779-1251
FREE BLACK &
WHITE KITTENS.
4|iqNeed homes by
RMay 25. Call Irene
912-576-7377
4 Free Cat adult
T female beautiful,
titblack & white to
LA good home Call
Irene 912-576-7377
4,, Free Kittens Two
Taby and Two Gray
SMixed Six Weeks Old
Call 674 5312
P FREE KITTENS
4 |Two Taby and two
gray mixed six
weeks old.
Call 674-5312
Free Lab/mix
T black to good
home. Call Terry
at 904-215-1751
FREE TO GOOD HOME.
Rescued 6mo old long
haired blk male kitty.
Well behaved. Please
call Jeanie by 6/1.
904-367-8453
FREE TO GOOD
HOME male mixed
1|bred neutered
good with children
and other animals only.
Serious Inquiries
904-693-3387
GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC
pups $400, 904-908-5182
www.beautifulpups.com
LAB PUPS AKC, all
colors, block head, S&W.
POP, hlth guarantee
$250 229-794-2876
MATLESE STUD
jService CKC. all
VI/,shots up to date.
$150 &pick of liter.
Call Nell at 904-757-7037
MINI DACHSHUNDS, -2
AKC REG. IRed & 1B & T.
S/W, 786-7709/655-5568
PERSIAN KITTENS CFA
Reg. 3F, 3M, Call after 6
Mon.Sat. 904-374-7113
POMERANIAN PUPS-very
small girls. 51b parents
Guar. $350 219-5700
PQODLE/Mini-female,
10wks. black, AKC $400.
904-781-7276

RAT TERRIER PUPS,
UKC, small, black/wht.
tan. $175. 912-588-0324
ROTIrWEILER PUPPIES
AKC HC, 8wks, $400.
386-659-1426 or
904-219-9059
SSHIH-TZU -puppy,
3 m 3 ;s, brindle/
L/white, $450. AKC,


1010 Pet's
Supplies

Siamese Kittens 12 wks,
all shots. $200 ea. cash
Call 904-259 8305 Iv msg
SILKY TERRIER AKC pups
nonsheading odorless
lst/2nd shots, wormed,
$900. Call 843 563-9812
4 Welmaraner
Silver & blue pure
r bbred born 15th May
"05 Females $600.
Males $500.
904-221-6971 or
904-962-5402
WIRE FOX TERRIER AKC
pups Swks, champ bids,
show prospects, $600
-$900. 229-859-9137.

1205 Boats

$ CASH PAID $
Boats or Yachts 545-8303
13' Boston Whaler Sport
'04, Merc40hp trir,
$10,500. Call
904-254-9729 or 285-1646
16' Larson Flyer '97
S115 hp Evinrude, hi
I performance.
-lower unit and
prop very fast $5000
912-258-0921,
1957 SKIMARE Boat
Sw/trailer, new seats
and tires recently
Renovated, needs
motor $1000 obo. Ph
576-9573 ask Scott
1997 SEEDOO GTX 3
seater, w/ trir, cover,
new eng, $3995.
477-3912
,L 19' BAYLIHER
M MARINE CORP
SICAPRI '00, Series
1950LX, 3.0 I/O
$7650 OBO. Call Mike Cl
542-5646 day time;
772-1754 after 5pm.
19' TAHOEBow-
T rider '01, 1/O 10k
t|obo. 31 135hp,
many xtras, 30hrs,
gar kept 904-529-5227
after 5pm
a 2002 25 1/2 Foot
SBAHA CRUISER WA
k |rnLoaded 250 HP I/o,
WDive Platform,
Baltwell, Trailer, Potty
Shore PTwer $36,5 0d
651-9302
~ 20' STINGRAY- 0 1
S190HP, Mercrulser
c .cuddy, trim tabs,
depth finder,
bimini top, cockpit
covers stove sink potti
cd player $16,000
278-9780
24' SHAMROCK '01 246
WALKAROUND Great
Gas Mileage Only 100
Hours In Board 350 Fl
V8 Live Well Fish Box,
Furuno, Fish Finder GPS
and Marine Radio, T
Top.Full Canvas and
Swim Platform, Cabin
W/Huge V-Berth. Cable
and Sink Incls 2001
Magic Tilt Trir. Exc
Cond. $48,900.
904-739-2950
42' SEARAY SUNDANCER
'90 twin diesel, 3208
caterpillar, llOO1100hrs.
sleeps 6, new canvas,
exc cond, $139K
982-9898
BUY TRAILER and
| get old boat and
motor free! Trailer
$600 excellent
con d. Dan i e I
912-729-4001,
C CC CABIN
SCRUISER- '83, twin
't .engines. Galley,
head. a/c, Inverter,
sleeps 6, screen
enclosure and more
422.000 (904) 213-9745
WANTED Boats,
motors, trailers
any condition.
"The Used parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440
YAMAHA XLT 1200
0 '04 JET SKI, Exc.
iJ)0cond. Incl. trallor
and several
access.
803-3515/803-3635
o SEADOO GTX LIM-
SfED '98, w/traller,
b \s good condition, 25
hrs $3200 OBO. Call
904-270-1061 or
904-386-7802.

N230C Supplies

$CASH PAID$
Vs, MHs, Ts 545-8303
a 27' COACHMAN
CASCADE DLX '05-
k[Queen walkaround
s single double
bunks, sleeps 9, bath-
room, great cond.
$14,500. 213-9590
'99 POP-UP AC, awing,
refrig, great shape,
$3800. Ca1l 879-1396
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales. Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800-541-6439
a Elderado 36' Motor
Home'87 35,000
5l0org. miles, 454 Eng.
5.5KW Gen, New :
tires hoses & belt
$14,500. 904-254-0713


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TITAN Class A MH '80,
low mi remod, $4700
OBO. 78-1636, 424-2552

1235 RV Rentals

MIDAS MH 25ft '83, Ford
460 62K orig mi, $1895
obo. Call 904-591-2662

1300 Motorcycles
BMW R100/7 '77 Full
dress, black, saddle-
bags, good cond, low
mileage, $10,000,
Call 904-751-1055
a BUELL XI lighting
T 1999 8,000 miles,
i J/tank bag new front
tire very fast, yel-
low, $5200 obo.
9.12-576-3151 or
904-234-0154
a E-TON 40CC '03, four
/ wheeler runs great,
S$450. firm. Call
534-7014 Mad Mike
a HARLEY DAVIDSON
Sportster XL883,
1995 8,800 miles,
windshield, bag
new tires, batler-y 10K
service done. $oOO
912.571.3151 or
904 234.6154
a Harley Dyna 02'
T Supe., Glide '1100
S| mIles Gar Clot. Extr,
chrome accesories
Many perlormaonce psrts


tires, drive belt.
battery, seat. front
lender, rebuilt tranny
Extras Asking $7500
(904)771 7873
a HARLEY Softall
FXST "04. BLK
5600ml. xsarr. $1000
extra saodle bags.
ruel infected. $16.500
obo. 912-576.5207


HD883XLC Sport-
ster '00. mech
sound. fun to ride.
new tires. 10K
miles. $4000. Call
912-729-1326
HONDA 600RR '03
New rear tire after
relocator K exhaust.
Ilkml, $6200 Finrn
S904-838-8149
HONDA GOLDWING
Candy apple red. 32k
mi. showroom cond.
recent tuneup. new
tires/ brakes, gar kept.
$6995 904-424-7780
HONDA Magna 87.
T 7196 miles, blue
two helmets
V windshield $2500
Call 912-673-7151
a HONDA SHADOW
AERO '04 4000 ml.
garaged, extra
chrome, new
saddle bags. like new.
$5500. Call Mike.
904 772 17543
SHONDA VTX 1300
'04 Candy apple
red. w/ matching
t l Memphis Shade
.,indshield and helmet
450miles $7200. Call
91 2 6 7 3 1 2 4 7
912-322-6215t


1300 Motorcycles
SKAWASAKI EX250
'99- NINJAR.
145kmi, Jet stages
muzzy pipe, oar.
kept, only $1800boo.
Mike 772-1754
KAWASAKI EX 250
S'99 Ninja, 14K mi,
S)lJet Stage 3, Muzzy
Pipe, garage kept,
only $1800 OBO. Call
Mike 904-772-1754
a KAWASAKI EX 250
'99, 2 cylinder, 4
ltt stroke, 1400 miles.
Runs and looks
good. Jet Stage 3 Muzy
Pipe $1800. 772-1754
SUZUKI GS500 '99 Yellow
new tires, well maint.,
8kml. $2500. 904291-4633
SUZUKI INTRUDER '95
VS800, Maroon, 19kmi,
very clean, gar kept
w/saddle bags & sissy
bar, $3000obo 779-7558
SUZUKI KATANA '00
750 Custom Paint Job
1 4300mi, two helmets
and manual, $4500.
904-707-2928/725-4171.
Excellent Conditon.
a YAMAHA YZF600R
S- '02 9k mi, good
conda runs great
Never laid down.
Must sell. $4k obo.
Call 970-201-6974

1310 Auto Parrts
S 4 Tires & Rims
- P225/75 R15 SIX
k1 Lug Toyota Dunlap
M&S, good tread
$125. Call 879-2992
A-FRAME for Chevy
Blazer, make an offer.
Call Rod. 904-219-9779
BED EXTENDER for
2002 Ford Ranger
S| Edge never used.
$100.
Call 912-576.3130
BF Goodrich Radial
T longtrall T/A
235/75/R15 90%
tread $200. Call
904-278-1952
a GOODYEAR WORK
SHORSES 235/75/R15
90% TREAD $450.
904-278-1952
a SADDLE BAGS
SBlack fiberglass
for motorcycle,
l lockable $100.
Radiator new for
'93-97 Intrepid con-
cord model, $100.
751-6776

1 320 Antiques/
W3205 Classics,

1966 FORD Mustang
coupe, red, blk Inr
$660 Call 912-998681
a Rare 1981 VW
S"Rabbit" Pickup
41 40mpg diesel,
show winner, lite
rust, oil leads, good
roadworthy condition.
$2295. 912-673-6052
RARE Monte Carlo SS
'88, White/tan Garage
kept original car.
T-tops 86k mi. $7800
call 260-4303, Iv msg if
no answer

1325 Automotive
S2000 Chevy Cavalier
Dl Coupe- Runs Great.
iAC, CD, Bass Woofer,
Great Car For High
School/College Student.
Only $4500 call
912-577- 105 3
2NDBUYAUTO.Com
CLEAN USED CARS
a ACURA INTEGRA RS
94- Sport Coupe,
ne 175kmi, Exc. cond.
-New clutch, 5spd
Only $5100. Call Michael
772-1754
a ACURA INTEGRA RS
94 Sports Coupe, 2
il-dr, runs and looks
great $4500 Call
Mike 904-772-1754
ACURA Legend '91, 1
owner, all options,
Seal white $4000.
04-874-0360
ACURA RL. '99, 72K mi,
black, $12,500. Call
388-5416
ACURA TL -'02 3.2
S$18.500 must sell
(904) 234-2337
AUDI AS '03, 3.0L V6, like
new, loaded, excellent
cond. certified Audi war-
ranty, only 6K miles! $27,752

AUDI A6 '03, 4.2L uattro.
V8. leather, SR, loaded,
excellent cond. only 37K
miles, certified Audi war-
ranty! $28,931

BMW 325cl 2003, Prem
Pkg, HI-Fi Sound. Only
35k $25,988 371-4728
BMW 325clc 2002, Auto
Prem Pkg, Loaded
$34,988 371- 4728
BMW 3251s '87, sunroof,
runs great, super cond,
$5000. Call 955-9597
BMW S251A 2002,
Auto. Prem Pkg,$27,488
371-4728 .
BMW 5301A 2002, Auto,
Prem Pkg, CD $27,988
371-4728
BMW 7401L 2001. Very
Clean Car Loaded
$32,988 371-4t28
BMW XS 4.4 2000,
Auto. Prem Pkg, CD
$31,988 371-4728
BUICK BONNEVILLE 01. X
shape, loaded, priced for
quick sale$8845. 389-7700
BUICK CENTURY '05,
fully equipped $14,995

BUICK CENTURY LTD
"99, extra clean $6995

BUICK LESABRE '04,like
new condition $15,995

a BUICK LESABRE
T 97 exc cond 90k
S MainSt.$
786-4800
BUICK LESABRE "97
Exc cond. 90K miles
cold AC. well maint.
$5000. 904-786-4806
BUICK PARK AVE '00
Loaded. owner must
sell, less than 23K mi,
mint. $13,995 982- 5537
a BUICK REGAL '94
T Custom $2000.
Call 406-0247.
a BUICK SOMERSET
'| *87 runs great,
il/new battery, great
Sfor local use. Must
sell $400 OBO Call Hank
301-318-3841
Buy me Saturn Vue
S2003 30,000 miles
< /1t$14.5 silver my
--owner has to move


1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive
CADALLAC Deville '02. NISSAN Altlma '99. 80K,
33K ml. 4yr 50K fac 5spd, MP3, CD, tinted,
wrrty $19,000. 571-5001 pwr, new AC, cruise
CADILLAC CATERA 97. 750 OBO 361-549-3629
Loaded, low miles. $800 NISSAN ALTIMA GLE 99
down. Call 674-4444 Leather, at/ac, loaded,
moonroof, CD, low mi.
CADILLAC DEVILLE '99. $750 down. 674-4444
Northstar, Ithr, loaded,
59knice$9975.674-4444 NISSAN GXE- '95,
PS/PB, new tires, loan
CADILLAC SEDAN DEV- value, $2950. Must Sell
ILLE- '92, maroon,lthr $2900 obo. Call
int, full power $3300 262-2356 after 5:00pm
after 12 645-0759
NISSAN SENTRA '02, 44K
CHEVY CAMARO 01. AT, miles $8995
AC, CD. alloys, loaded,
low ml. $8975. 674-4444 a ilI Vt.
Chevy Corvette LT-1 "93 OLDS ALERO '99very nice
BRIGHT Aqua, white low mi need to see this
thr, auto 30K mi. one 4995. 338-1055
Immaculate 19,000 Call PONITAC GRND AM SE
Mike 904-751 -2794 eves. '03.$190 per mo. WAC.
CHEVY IMPALA '03- Call 859-5820
w/LSX pkg, still under y PONITIAC Trans
wrrty loaded w/every- T AM '97 6 spd, V-8,
thing, incl Onstar & XM full power, t-tops,
satellite radio, 89,xxx mi's, Many
S904-768-5548/353-0489 extras, custom wheels
0 CEVY UIN- $11,000 obo Call
CLFHEVY LUMINA- 912-510-8905
'96 87,000 miles, at, 912-10-8905
\Jda/c, cruise, pdl, V6, PORSCHE CP '83. exc
4dr. 2nd owner cond, must see to
$3200 272-7352 appreciate $2500. Call
CHRYSLER 300 '05. Very 838-0312 or 449-9592
cin low mi, loaded, must a SATURN '98, auto-
selo quik$21,975. 389-7700 i matic good RV tow
O | 19 car, low miles
DODGE Stealth RT4 '94 $5000 OBO. Call
red, loaded, looks, runs Chuck 904-223-4977
great $2800. 778-0511
SATURN FC2'a I
DODGE STRATUS'04 AC Blue,manual.llOKmiles,
Ithr, nice, low mi.$11998 leather,AM/FM/CD
$260mo wac. 338-1055 Anti-lock brakes,
,FORD CONTOUR traction control,
T 5 3km' WR. ~security system.$4000
195- 93kmi, PWR, obo 742-0403
SWinn/Lock. Runs
""good. Free tune-up TOYOTA CAMRY '01. Low
included. $15000bo. mi, need to see, wont
705-4297 last $8995. 338-1055
FORD CROWN TOYOTA CEUCA 98 very
SVICTORIA- '02, low m, need to see this
3 White, 1 owner, call now $4995.338-1055
4dr, very clean,7 OT AmIa2
good running cond, TOYOTA CELICA 95
fully loaded keyless 146kmi, sunr, $5500.
entry trailer itch a/c, 904-514-3291
ps, cruise ctr TOYOTA CELICA GTS 02
904-278-5525 Sspd, loaded, sunroof.
FORD ESCAPE'02 Immac, $13,975. call 777-9119
condition Garage kept. TOYOTA PRIUS'03. Very
Only 27500 miles. lowmilos.$18988or
Oxford white, Ithr, fully $299mo wac. 1-9100
loaded. $160,00
904,221-7574 TOYOTA SOLARA 04 very
low miles, $16,995 or
FORD FOCUS '04,17K, $214mo wac. 338-1055
like new, $9995
like nlJ wi 9JL TOYOTA SOLAR '00.
r Immaculate cond
FORD FOCUS'04 xc loaded priced for immed
cond, can finance w/$500 sale $8975. 389-7700
dn, $169m6. wac 389-7700 VOLVO 960 93,
H Ford Granda 77 runs F t automatic, low
great very reliable t mileage, multiple
$1000 call88t7 4140- CD changer, cas-
I 9 8sette player, speak-
H Ford MusC Xg "'00 ers, moon roof, new
Ford Mustang ,00 tires, gold w/ leather
SconyA white V6, Interior, immaculate.
._.auto, 81K miles, 264-9333
Loaded, $9000.
887-4435 VW BEETLE '02.
$220m0 wac.
L FORD MUSTANG Call 859-5820
.i35th Anniversary
wJEdltlon, exc. con- VW BEETLE '03. Loaded,
S dltlon, 1 owner, oil low miles. $250mo wac.
changed every 3,000 Call 859-5820
miles, $6500 Call VW BEETLE GLS'00
904-282-8893 Turbo. Red, at, loaded,
FORD MUSTANG '94. Very Ithr, moonroof 40800
clean, need to sell fast miles. $9,975. 699-9669
$3995. Call 338-1055 VW PASSAT GLS '01,
FORD Mustang '97, GT 4-motion, leather, loaded,
conv. 5spd, red tan Ithr, V6 only 52K miles! $12,987
'99K mi $5800. 994-0313 i4,',l]IlB,,.-t(,lil
FORD MUSTANG GT 02 'I "
very low mi. $10,988 or 1335 $2000 or Less
$110mo wac. 338-1055 _9 __s_1_95 _89T0
FORD MUSTANG GT -00 $5001 POLICE INPOUNDS!
V8 conv. white Sspd, Cars from $5001 Listings
AC, mach 460, stereo, 800-749-8116 x2529
bik/top, garage kept,
adult org. owner $SOOI POUCE INPOUNDSI
$10,995. 904-220-7886 Cars from $500! Listings
Cell 904-338-1448 800-749-8116 X2529
0. FORD PROBE ,, Buick Somerset- 87
T '89-4cyl,58kmi, | runs great new
Silver with red < I battery great for
S Itnerior, good -, local use must sell
cond., $900. 992-7123 $400. obo. Call Hank
301-318-3841
HONDA ACCORD EX '02, 8
Excellent cond. leather. SR CARS FROM $1200
CD changer, only 23k miles! AC, AUTO.
$15,953 CALL 904-695-9993
*64~,sIlld,3loadeB-.lIthr,U, CHEVY BLAZER '94 Good
rHONDA CIVIC'02 transportation, must sell
LowNDA Ze.$2 oae. need cash$1775.389-7700
Low miles. $220 per mo.
WAC. Call859-5820 CHEVY CAVALIER '00
ONDA CIVI ? 4r Mechanics special,
HONDA CIVIC 02. 4dr, needs motor work, must
sale $9975. 38 9-7700389-7700
DAEWOO LANOS '00.
HONDA Civic '91, blue, Needs catalytic con-
new tires, stereo sys. verter, otherwise great
$1250 neg. 465-5138 shape $975. 389-7700
HONDA CIVIC '94 Runs FORD MUSTANG -'95, GT,
great, 130K, Must sell, cold air, 5sp. bik, V6,
$2300 OBO. Call 545.-9268 good cond, $2495 625-5742
HONDA CIVIC LX '90 Only FORD T-BIRD -'95,
$3501 For listings call / cold AC, air sus-
800-749-8116 x7327 <|pension, spoiler,
HONDA Civic LX '01, 2dr $1650. 388-3145
Coupe spoiler, exc HONDA CIVIC LX'90 Only
cond$8700 ph 333-.6477 $3501 For listings call
HONDA PRELUDE "01. V6, 800-749-8116 x7327
Sporty,SR,allpor. equipt, KIA SEPHIA'00. Very
CD, alloy wheels, only47K good cond, exc trans-
milesl $13,776 portation $1975. 389-7700
i*4=V.4ll.EiBj]l -"lKl@i I Nissan Altima SE
LIEXUSES300 '01, leather, 93 Silver 108K
SR.allpwrequiptaloy nose mask.
SR, all pr euit, al -It AM/FM cassette,
wheels, CD, loaded, excel-IAm asstte
lent cond, only 51k miles spd, well maintained
$17,957 $-2000 obo.
904-317-1482
E ,atluiEo -.1s '[,IO, , VOLVO '86 $350
LEXUS ES300 '03 T obo. Hi mi, rough
Low miles loaded. ltshape but it runs ,
$25,200. Call 859-5820 -may need alter-
LEXUS GS 300 01 Silver, nator. Call 552-1291
29K ml, loaded, great
cond. $26,000 733-8909 s Trucks /
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 13J 0 Trailers I
'99. Pearl met, loaded, UV's
ithr 54k $9975. 777-9119
LINCOLN MARK 8 LSC 2NDBUYAUTO.com
'98, Must Sell. 60Kmi, CLEAN USED CARS
Exc. cond.$8500obo.
904-733-2894/704-1313 BUICK RENDEZVOUS '05,
low miles.CD $18,995
MAZDA MIATA'04, like =- l' tgI
new. low miles $16,995
i f n'a:ln[lll .- i., CHEV COLORADO 04 Xcab
exc cond, must sell very
MERCURY COUGAR '93 fast $12,975. 389- 7700
XR-7Cpe, 2D, AT. V8
5.0L Engine, Leather, CHEVY BLAZER '02, 2DR,
Dual Power-Windows, 30K $11,995
Doors, Seats. AM/FM !j .'a it H M I k-g III
Cassette- Great Sound! m I
1 Owner 120,000 Miles. CHEVY BLAZER '04
Excellent Condition! Loaded, low miles.
$3000 (904) 270-1380 Call 859-5820
a MERCURY GRAND CHEVY BLAZER LS '96
MAR UISLS89 Cold AC, PW. PL. must
Very good cond. sell, $3600 OBO 54-9268
orig owner. NADA
$2475. -$3000 askin CHEVY S10 EXTREME '99
$2600. 904-278-895g Cold AC must sell $6300
080 Call 545-9268
MERCURY SABLE WAGON
03. Loaded 3rd seat, CHEVY SILVERADO 95 X
low m. $9,975. 699-9669 Cab, VS. at/ac, loaded
$5975. Ca 699-9669
MITS ECLIPSE GS '98.auto
very low miles $4995. CHEVY SILVERADO '04,
Must call now 388-1055 2K miles. LS, leather
MITS MIRAGE'00 4dr low ll: : .. .
miles, need to sell ast. 1. ^ J .",I.i
wont fast$3995.33- 1055 CHEVY TAHOE '03, 3rd
Exc. cond. white5spd. tilti ,i.
1O ml. $2995. 625-5742 CHEVY Tahoe '99
MITSUBISHIECUPSE'04 T v-8 2wd leather
Loaded.$280mo. WAC. <\I)159K. miles exc
Call 859-5820 -cond $8750. Call
904-249-5778
V6, Sspd. loaded lthr, CHEVY Tahoe Z71. '04
111K red, new tires white/tan leather all
$6900ob0904-742.4000 Options, DVD, Bose,
Satelliteradio, sunroof,
NISSAN 350Z '04. Loaded, rear capt chairs, 20k ml.
Low miles. $25,990 $35500. tele 260-4303, Iv
Call 859-5820 mesg if no answer


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

4, CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER LS
'02 4X4 loaded 45K
mi pewter 16,500
obo. Dave 904- 545-1292
CHEVY Trailblazer '03,
Ithr pw, pl,ps, a/c,
cruise, AM/FM/CD.
$14,900. 904-223-6787
4, DODGE 1500 QUAD
SSHORT BED- '2001
89,900 mi, sport
a/c, pwr seat,
windows, tilt cruise,
bedliner Silver $10,775
904-277-4673
V DODGE DAKOTA -
'94, ex cond, V6,
Leer topper, Cfold
AC. Well Maint.
$3000 904-786-4806
DODGE DAKOTA '00
V8, Auto, AC. Fast! $4975.
Call 674-4444
DODGE RAM 1500 '03
Quad Cab Hemi 4x4
loaded, must sell now!
$20,975. Call 389-7700
4, Dodge Ram SLT "97
Lavamie 4x4 must
see! $10,500. new
S 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 Escape XLT
S2001. Yellow 84K
SMiles. Great Gas
MIleage. $10,000. Call
912-729-1169 '
FORD EXPEDITION
S '98 4x4 Eddie
4 Bauer, all power,
77k low mi. tires,
battery, brakes will not
be disappointed.
$13,500 270-217-3629
FORD EXPEDITION '02.
Loaded, low miles.
$19,300. Call 859-5820
FORD EXPEDITION '99.
Dual AC. loaded, 58K
miles. $13,975. 777-9119
FORD EXPLORER '02 Spt
2dr, black, loaded, 51K,
nice. $9975. 674-4444
FORD Explorer Eddie
Bauer '00, 4x4, all opts,
exc cond, 85K mi.
$13,250. 904472- 8258
FORD EXPLORER XLT '05
Fully loaded, immacu-
late cond, must sell
$21,975. Call 389-7700
FORD F-150 '95, ext
cab, good cond, rebit
transm, $3200 728-0348
FORD F-150 extended
cab w/shell & class III
hitch runs excel
221-6971 or 982-2750
FORD F150 XL- '97. 3dr,
gd shape needs eng
m a k e ffe r
229-263-9217 aft 7pm
FORD F150 XL 04 V6 XCab
very clean, priced to sell
this wk$14,975. 389-7700
FORD F150 XLT X Cab
4x4 '94. V8, at/ac,
loaded. $6975. 674-4444
FORD RANGER '02, club,
V6, 35k, ext cab, step-
side $14,995

GMC YUKON DENALU '99
V8 Lded lthr 87kmi 2sets
of rims, $14,900. 333-3340
GMCYUKON XL '05,
low miles, fully loaded
$31,995

GMC YUKON XL Denali 03
Immaculate, TV/DVD,
low mi $27,495. 389-7700
HYUNDAI TIBURON GT
'04, auto, 8K miles
$15,995


ISUZU RODEO 3.SS '04,
16k miles, like new
$16,995

Jeep CIS -81 258C1
4 w/clifford intake
Holley 390 Excel
restoration
project. Xtra parts
avail. $2500. obo
912-573-4806 or
912-674-1074
JEEP LIBERTY 4x4' 03. 4x4
Low miles, wont last
$280mo wac. 338-1055
KIA SPORTAGE '* 01. Very
low miles, must see
this. $7995. 338-1055
KIA SHORTAGE EX '01. AT,
AC, loaded, low miles.
$700 down. 674-4444
LEXUSRX300 '01. leather,
SR, premium sound, like
new, low miles! $21,988

MERCEDES ML320 '01,
fully loaded, 40K miles,
$24K. 904-545-4634.

MITSUBISHI MONTERO
LTD '01, 4x4, sroof, all
options $17,995

SNissan King Cab
".85 all power, 2000
Smiles on rebuilt
eng. after market
header, carb camshaft,
alum wheels $3000.
904-619-0831
OLDS BRAVADA "00
owner. Leather, sunroof
Platinum Ed. $9250 778.2897
OLDS BRAVADA '98 Lthr,
roof, low mi, need to
see this $6995. 338-1055

SATURN RELAY -05
DVD, CD, Toy Chest.
$22K. MOVING MUST
SELL! 904-641-4545

SATURN VUE '03, 24K
miles, like new, $15,995

TOYOTA RUNNER '00
Very clean, need to sell
fast $10,988. 338-1055

TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '02.
auto, alloy wheels
$15.995

4, TOYOTA TACOMA
PRERUNNER '04
X| Double cab, red,
S7000 ml $21,000.
Call Mike 904542-5656
or 904 772-1754


1345 Vans/Buses
4, CHEVY SUBURBAN-
'03. 36k highway
i Jmi. leather, DVD,
Oexc condition,
Cargo tray asking
$28.900 912-322-1171
CHRYSLER TOWN A
COUNTRY 05 Touring.
immaculate, loaded.
must sell$19.975 389 7700
DODGE CARAVAN 04
Call 859.5820
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