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Motorcyclists
Safety Course Required For Military
Page 4


Home At Last
VP-5 Returns From Deployment
Pages 8-9


Summer Camp
Youth Activities Keeps Kids Busy
Page 13


THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2005


www.j axairnews.com'


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


_Jill


TOUCHING Parkway


BASE named to

Road closure honor fallen


A contractor will be per-
forming roadwork begin-
ning tomorrow at 7 a.m.
through July 1 at 4 p.m. in
the VP-30 parking lot to
build a new retention pond
located across Child
Street. The work includes
instal-ling new concrete
equalizing pipelines from
an existing retention pond
to the new pond. No traffic
will be allowed to cross the
construction site from
Yorktown Avenue.
Construction and base
traffic will be allowed onto
the bypass road from
Allegheny Road.


Vacation Bible
School coming


Registration for Vacation
Bible School (VBS) at the
NAS Jax Chapel is current-
ly ongoing for all children
ages 5-12. VBS runs July
25-29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
in the Religious Education
Building 749. This year's
theme is "Kingdom of the
Son, A Prayer Safari."'
There are 100 seats
available for the weeklong
class.
For more information on
sign-ups or to volunteer,
call 542-3051. There will
also be a table set up in
the Chapel parking lot July
9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for
sign-ups.

War college
seminars set
The Naval War College's
(NCW) College of Distance
Education will again offer
its Fleet Seminar Program
in the Jacksonville area.
This academic year (Aug-
ust 2005 May 2006), stra-
tegy and policy and nation-
al security decision making
will be offered in Jackson-
ville and joint maritime
operations will be offered
at NS Mayport. This highly
acclaimed program paral-
lels, to a major degree, the
course of study followed by
students in the College of
Naval Command and staff
in Newport, R.I.
Three-hour classes are
held in the evening (one
night per week for approxi-
mately 34 weeks).
Students can earn a NWC
diploma, JPME Phase 1
credit, and up to 21 gradu-
ate credit hours. All books
and materials are provided
on a loan basis, and there
is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to
USN/USMC/USCG 03 or
above, USA/USAF 04 or
above, or Department of
Defense GS-11 or above.
All applicants must pos-
sess a baccalaureate
degree. Call Professor
Dave Fay at 317-7902 or
e-mail dfay@lsijax.com for
more information.
Applications are online at:
cde.nwc.navy.mil.
Applications are due by
July 15.
Si$ialillliiiNMER.ti'-i.,'E'i^'- .


NAS Jax Sailor
By SK3 Peter Gallagher
NMCRC Orlando
Family, friends, civic and government offi-
cials and shipmates gathered at a park
outside Apopka, Fla., recently for the ded-
ication ceremony of the Jason Bosley Dwelley
Parkway.
The stretch of road was once known as
Recreation Way, but was changed to honor the
life of a young Sailor who paid the ultimate
price for freedom. SW2 Bosley Dwelley was
assigned to the NAS Jax-based Navy Mobile
Construction Battalion (NMCB) 14 and was one
of seven Seabees killed in Iraq last year.
Members of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
Post 10147 mustered in front of the shelters full
of participants, their M-1 rifles stacked together
as they waited for their order to present colors
at the beginning of the dedication ceremony.
Several members of NMCB 14 attended the
dedication. John Land, mayor of Apopka, read
the words inscribed on the granite memorial
and presented a plaque bearing the inscription
to Dwelley's mother.
Mrs. Dwelley said of the occasion, "Everyone
who had a part in it, thank you. Mayor Land,
City Council members thank you so much for
doing this in honor of Jason, for keeping his
memory alive." Following the dedication ceremo-
ny, Mrs. Dwelley said, "It's just overwhelming,
[the] outpouring of support from the community
and the city of Apopka for renaming this street


ASON DWELLEY

PA-RKWAY
Photo by SK3 Peter Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs. John Dwelley, parents of SW2 Jason B. Dwelley, at the dedication ceremony of Jason
Dwelley Parkway May 14. Several members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 stand in the
background.
is just wonderful," she added. lized from Naval & Marine Corps Reserve
State Representative Fred Brummer (R- Center Orlando February 2004 and killed in
Apopka) stated, "You could tell that the hearts combat April 30, 2004. Everybody from detach-
of the people here were touched by the gift petty ment 03 wanted to be here to speak with his
officer Dwelley gave to his country." parents in a group function of support."
"I'm happy to see the family here. I was clos- "What's great about the park is that it will be
est to petty officer Dwelley and wanted a chance used everyday by a lot of children. They will
to speak with his parents," said SW1 Russell have a reminder of what petty officer Dwelley
Gellner of NMCB 14 I was in Iraq seven
months, two weeks with petty officer Dwelley,
but I knew him for many years. He was mobi- See PARKWAY, Page 15

* Naval Facilities Engineering

Command and Seabees


Photos by Sue Brink
(From the left) EOC(SCW) John Tyson, NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson, SW3 John Butler, SW3 Frank Fuller, SW2(SCW) Kevin
Lawson, and SWI(SCW) Justin Edwards all members (except Dobson) of
CBMU-202 participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open a
new storage facility at the NAS Jax Recycling Center May 16.


complete recy
By SW1(SCW)Justin Edwards
CBMU-202 Detail Jacksonville
The can-do Seabees of Con-
struction Battalion Mainten-
ance Unit 202(CBMU-202)
Detachment Jacksonville recently
completed construction of a new
4,000 square foot storage facility
for the NAS Jacksonville Recycling
Center.
The new storage facility will
greatly improve the capacity of
recyclabe material storage, keep it
out of the weather and ultimately
provide a greater return on invest-
ment.
The pre-engineered building
(PEB) had an exceptional outcome,
although the crew of six Seabees


cling facility
led by SW3 Frank Fuller had its
share of obstacles. The biggest
issue we had to overcome was
weather, stated Fuller. With the
project starting two months before
the 2004 hurricane season, no one
could predict what mother nature
had in store for the crew.
Just before the scheduled place-
ment of over 200 cubic yards of
concrete, the sky let loose for what
seemed like an eternity, destroying
meticulously excavated footings
and grade beams. After the onset of
three hurricanes and multiple tor-
rential rainstorms, the foundation
was successfully completed.
Placing the concrete slab was one
See RECYCLE, Page 14


-A hard
day's


work
~. ".. BU2(SCW) Charles
Stankiewicz (right)
-.. -. of Construction
,,, .-. -.i Battalion Maintenance
Unit 202 Detachment,
-.Jacksonville, uses
a vibratory sled to pack
: the dirt on an embank-
._ment of the St. Johns
River off Birmingham
Road as SW2(SCW)
Kevin Lawson and CMCA
-Brendon Richardson
assist June 9. The project
'- consisted of packing the
S embankment, replacing
sod and building up
rocks to prevent further
., erosion caused by last
., year's hurricanes.


. I


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.2 JaAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 16, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Set the tone... the first 72 hours after


By Fleet Master Chief
(Pacific) Rick West
(iTT ello? Is there
anybody around
; here?"
,'Go away come back on
Monday," was the first thing
Ib heard. Did that set the
right tone?
:How many of you old-
timers remember living
through the intimidation of
reporting on board. No
reck, no linen, no help and
no clue. Most of us dreaded
our first couple of duty sta-
tions because we just didn't
h-ave the experience to
quickly adapt to a new com-
mAand.
Sadly, too many of our
newest Sailors are still liv-
ing through this and it is
one of the main reasons so
many first-term Sailors are
lost to job dissatisfaction,
Captain's Mast and other
morale-killing reasons.
So what's the problem?
Too many of our chiefs
and senior petty officers
kn't always get involved
vwith the check-in process for
our young Sailors. Too many
,of4us are turning our backs
.on the junior folks when
.they need us the most.
They need us in those
-first 72 hours of reporting
aboardr. That period of time
, '


FLTCM(AW/SW) Rick West
"sets" the tone for the ship
and for the newest
crewmember. If you haven't
seen the Navy's "First 72
hours" video then I recom-
mend you do.
Now while I can hear
most folks snicker about the
72 hours program, I know
for a fact it works. I've seen
it work; I've watched our
Sailors (all ranks) make it
work.
And if I sound a little over
the top here, it's because I
know this first bit of caring
and concern on our part is a
valuable, small investment
of time and energy.
It ensures we start our
new, and often confused,
member of the team on the
right track. This little


investment in time is better
than the "negative" time
later with counseling ses-
sions, bad evals, DRBs,
XOIs, Captain's Masts, poor
job performance and all the
other headaches that come
with poor performance and
bad attitude.
The key is strong proac-
tive leadership in sponsor-
ship, mentoring and just
showing the basic respect
for one another.
Let's go through the
checklist.
We usually get orders on
folks in advance, so most of
the time we know they're
coming so they're going to
need a sponsor (pick that
sponsor carefully).
This initial contact gives
you the chance to start out
right. You find out what
they need; get their travel
itinerary; let them know
about expectations from you
and the command, if they
have family, do they have a
place to stay, need directions
to the command and most
importantly you get the
chance to let them know
they are already a valuable
member of the team before
they check in.
Now the ideal situation
has the newly reporting
Sailor being met at the air-
port by the sponsor or a


checking in
handpicked member of the
command. When bringing
them during the week or on
the weekend, the hand-off to
the command should be the
same. Now this may sound a
strange, but I always made
new Sailors call home with-
in the first hour of arriving.
It's important for the new
Sailor, and the family at
home, to hear those words,
"I made it, and I'm OK". It
relieves a lot of stress and
tension on both sides.
OK, now we're moving
from the quarterdeck to the
absolute essentials: a place
to sleep, a place to eat, and a
place to work. Some other
things to think about are:
Calling LPO, CPO,
DIVO or Dept Head if on the
weekend. One should come
and meet the new Sailor.
Conduct egress, or
emergency procedures as
soon as possible.
Conduct administrative
processing.
Assign a "hand-picked"
running mate from the divi-
sion or duty section.
Tour ship and go over
the procedures for messing,
berthing, POD routine and
work hours.
Get the Sailor to the
exchange for basic needed

See CHECKING IN, Page 3


ON THE HOMEFRONT

A mom's day proves we forget to appreciate non-deployed spouses


By Sarah Smiley
Sp cial Contributor
a.m. From the warmth
of my bed, rolled in the
blankets like a burrito,
JI bear Dustin's heavy boots
clampingg through the
(kitchen and dare not open
imy eyes. Sounds like 2-inch
,scnff marks, at least, I think
.to~myself. Why, oh why, can't
Wthe man walk heel-toe, heel-
*toe?
. 7:30 a.m. Dustin comes
jn7o the darkened bedroom
,,atd nudges my shoulder
A5>neath the blankets.
?Sarah, the puppy knocked
over a plant," he says, "and
there's dirt all over the
place."
"Did you clean it up?" I
ask, my eyes still closed.
"Can't, I'm running late
for mybrief," he says. "Oh,
and they puppy also
[relieved herself] on the
porch."
I sink further into the
blankets and pretend not to
hear this. Then, just when I
think Dustin is gone, he
comes back in and says,
"Hey, did you remember to
write your column last
night?"
8 a.m. Ford and Owen
shuffle into the bedroom,


rubbing sleep from their
eyes. "We want to watch car-
toons," Ford says, so I snug-
gle them up against me and
turn on the TV. I know their
dazed, early-morning paral-
ysis won't last long, so I try
to grab a few more minutes
of sleep.
8:02 a.m. Ford is jump-
ing on the bed and Owen's
diaper smells funny.
8:06 a.m. I'm out of bed
and peering around the cor-
ner to see Annie, our new
Border Collie puppy, and the
mess she has made. The
back porch looks like a war
zone. There is dirt, chewed-
up leaves all over the floor.
"Mom, is today the day
we stay home while you
write your column?" Ford
asks.
"No, Honey; that was yes-
terday, but remember I
spent most it picking up
1,000 Legos and 275
Matchbox cars."
8:30 a.m. I'm sweeping
the porch when I look up
and see our neighbors on
their patio. "Hello Sarah,"
they call out; "How's the
puppy?" I look down at
myself; I'm wearing a
maternity nightgown-No,
I'm not pregnant. "Liked


your column this morning,"
my neighbor says, waving a
paper in the air.
8:40 a.m. I'm sitting at
the computer deciding what
to write. What facet of mili-
tary life should I pick on
today?
Perhaps I'll write about
Dustin's dirty flight boots
and his inability to walk
like anything except a cave-
man. Or maybe I'll write
about the fact that for all
the times I took care of
everything while he was on
deployment, Dustin could
have at least cleaned up the
doggy mess on the porch!
I wonder what torture will
suffice when he gets home,
then decide making him
clean up the scuff marks
should be painful enough.
8:42 a.m. A fight
between Ford and Owen
breaks out in the living
room, so I get up to referee.
Apparently Ford snatched
away Owen's Batman car
and Owen won't stop saying
"Hootah-Hootah," which is,
for some reason, making
Ford "very, very angry."
I talk to them about con-
flict resolution, and the
corniness of that is enough
to bond them once again,


two rambunctious little boys
plotting to drive their moth-
er insane.
8:45 a.m. I'm on the
Internet looking up pooper-
scoopers and spray to keep
Annie away from my plants.
I think how the World Wide
Web is plain evil for writers
and procrastinators like me.
10 a.m. Have found the
perfect pooper-scooper and
making headway with the
plant spray.
10:15 a.m. Mom calls.
"What's your column about
this week?" she asks. I lie
and tell her it's a secret.
Then I pretend the boys are
fighting so I can hang up.
11:30 a.m. Am making
lunch for boys and grum-
bling about scuff marks on
the floor.
Noon Sit wondering how
I did all this alone when
Dustin was on deployment,
then shudder at the
thought. I lay down to watch
cartoons with the boys,
thankful that my husband
is coming home tonight.
12:01 p.m. Decide I won't
really make Dustin scrub
the floors after all.
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarah
smiley.com.


YN1 RUDRR MALLORY

Job title/command:
Assistant Command
Secretary, FISC Jax

Hometown: Pensacola


L Family Life: Mother of two girls, Tamara and
Tamesha.

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy,
NRD New Orleans, La., HC-4, NAS Pensacola,
VP-49, NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Career Plans: To finish my degree and retire
from the Navy.

Most Interesting Experience: Being sta-
tioned in Sigonella and learning a different lan-
guage and seeing their way of life.

Words of Wisdom: Take time out for your-
self and your family. Life is too short.




STEPHEN PRRKER

Job title/command:
^,! Police Officer/Security


Hometown: Danville, Va.


Family Life: Married with three children.


4 Past Duty Stations: NS Mayport, USS
The Sullivans

Career Plans: To excel as high as possible
| in the law enforcement field.

Most Interesting Experience: Working
in law enforcement.

Words of Wisdom: Try to be the best at
everything you do.



Jax Suns salute to the

military nights

From MWR
Attention military baseball fans! Specially
priced tickets will be available for five Jax
Suns games. The baseball team is offering
military members the opportunity to purchase tick-
ets for the games, which will be played between now
and August.
Salute to the Military Nights are:
July 8, 7:05 p.m. vs. Montgomery Biscuits
Aug. 11, 7:05 p.m. vs. West Tennessee Diamond
Jaxx
Prices are $2.50, $4.50 and $7.50. Tickets are on
sale now at I.T.T. at NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. For more information, call
542-3318.


HEY, MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan:
I recently subscribed to a
new magazine and instead,
of paying by credit card,
they told me they could just
take the money out of my
account. All I needed to do
was to send them a blank
check with "void" written on
the front and they would
take care of the rest.
It seems that more com-
panies. are using this
method of paying bills. Is
this a good thing? Seems to
me it is because I do not
have to pay any interest like
I would on a credit card.
MoneyMan Sez:
According to a recent arti-
cle in the Navy Times, serv-
ice members should use cau-
tion when authorizing auto-
matic deductions from bank
or credit union accounts.
If the money is not avail-
able, the lenders may try to
collect payment multiple
times, triggering multiple.
overdraft fees. Although
this method of payment is
convenient and there are no
interest charges, there are
other dangers. Here are
aome tips to avoid problems:
*. Be careful before sign-
!l5 any agreement for elec-
tenic debiting. Know how
Wilich will be debited and
Nov often.
.*/ f';


Make sure you have
enough money in the
account. Multiple fees may
be charged and they are
expensive.
Be sure to record debits
and checks; always balance
your checkbook, including
the debits.
If things do not look
right, let your bank or credit
union know right away.
They will not be able to
solve the problem if they do
not know about it.
If you notice multiple
requests for payments that
rack up returned-check fees,
contact your credit union or
bank immediately and ask
for a refund of the fees. Ask
how you can avoid the prob-
lem in the future.
Report lenders or mer-
chants who have triggered
repeated attempts for pay-
ment to your state con-
sumer affairs office. In
Florida, call the Florida
Department of Financial
Services at 1-888-434-3910.
Whether you are writing
checks or having your
account automatically debit-
ed, this old rule still applies:
"Do not spend money you do
not have." If the money is
not in your account and you
write a check, the check will
bounce unless you have


overdraft protection. Even
then, sometimes the over-
draft protection is as expen-
sive as the bounced check.
The same is true with a
debit charged to and
account with insufficient
funds. What make it poten-
tially worse, is there is no
limit on how many times a
company can attempt to
draft your account. Each


time they try, you may be
legally charged a fee. I rec-
ommend you allow automat-
ically drafting on your
account only when neces-
sary and you are certain you
will always have adequate
funds to cover the drafts.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .........C...........Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public'Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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HS-15 to hold change of command next week


From HS-15


mdr. Andrew Butter-
field, commanding
officer of HS-15, will
turn over command to
Cmdr. Arthur Trahan June
23 at 10`30 a.m. at Hangar
116. Capt. William Massey,
Jr., commander, Carrier Air
Wing 17, will be the guest
speaker.
Trahan enlisted in the
Navy upon graduating from.
high school in 1980 and
served aboard the USS
Peterson (DDG-969) as a
gunner's mate. In 1983, he
entered the United States
Naval Academy, graduating
in 1987 with a degree in
political science.
He was designated a
naval aviator in 1989 and
reported to HS-1 for train-
ing in the SH-3 aircraft.
Trahan then reported to
the HS-3 "Tridents" and
served aboard USS
Saratoga (CV 60), flying the
SH-3 in support of
Operations Dessert Shield
and Storm.
Upon his return, he tran-


Cmdr. Arthur Trahan
sitioned to the SH-60F/HH-
60H and deployed on board
USS Theodore Roosevelt
(CVN 71) in support of
Operations Deny Flight,
Provide Promise and
Southern Watch. From
1993 to 1995, he served as
an instructor pilot in
Jacksonville with the "Sea
Horses" of HS-1.
In 1995, Trahan reported
to Nellis AFB, Nev., and
assumed duties as a flight
commander with United
States Air Force 66th
Rescue Squadron, flying
the MH-60G. He was for-


Cmdr. Andrew Butterfield
ward deployed to Kuwait in
1996 and 1997, providing
theater combat search and
rescue capability in support
of Operation Southern
Watch.
In 1998, Trahan attended
the Naval War College,
Newport, R.I., and graduat-
ed with a master's degree
in national security and
strategic studies.
After refresher training
and graduation from the
Seahawk Weapons and
Tactics Instructor Course,
Fallon, Nev., Trahan joined
the forward deployed HS-14


"Chargers," based in Atsugi,
Japan, aboard USS Kitty
Hawk (CV 63). He served
as the training and opera-
tions officer on multiple at-
sea periods in the Southern
and Western Pacific.
In 2001, Trahan reported
to PMA-299 at Naval Air
Systems Command, NAS
Patuxent River, Md., as the
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armed helicopter.
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accomplishments.
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ments Branch chief at the
United States Special
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Photos by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
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Moretto, a business development manager with Harris
Corporation. Moretto was representing one of more than
15 companies at a Technology Expo June 8 at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club.


All-hands visit

















Photo courtesy of NAVAIR DepotJax
Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg, commander, Naval Air
Systems Command, visited Naval Air Depot Jacksonville
June 9 as part of his all-hands command site visits. "If
you start and end with Sailors and Marines in mind, you
never lose that focus," said Massenburg. Massenburg
will be visiting NAVAIR commands over the next few
weeks, to educate and clarify realignment issues.


CHECKING IN: Take care of your shipmates


From Page 2


items. This is a good oppor-
tunity to show your new
Sailor the base facilities.
With that done, we've
moved on to get their rack
ready for them with linens.
Lockers were assigned,
gear is securely stowed
away, and we made sure
they know how to get to the
galley and the office.
Because we've taken care
of these issues, we have a
Sailor who's more relaxed,
familiar with our expecta-
tions, and fairly squared
away within the span of a
weekend. From my chair it
looks like win-win.
And it's a far sight better
than being on the signal
bridge at mast with the CO
asking why we can't control
and manage our Sailors.
You tell me which is better.
Now with all that said, it


by no means lets our new
Sailors off the hook.
Personal responsibility still
requires they live up to
their obligations to the
Navy and new command.
They have the responsi-
bility to make sure they are
talking with their sponsors
and new commands. They
have to communicate with
us so we can give them the
right advice and assistance
when needed. They have
the responsibility to help us
make sure they're taken
care of properly.
Now it's a fact many lead-
ers look after each Sailor
every time without fail.
We don't do it because we
have an instruction sitting
over us, or we're worried
about the next command
climate survey. We do it
because as strong chiefs
and leading petty officers
we know this is the right


thing to do.
We do it because as Navy
leaders, we realize this is
the absolute, sure-fire
method to get a Sailor on
the right track from the
start. We know that giving
some basic courtesy and
respect will pay big divi-


dends down the road. '
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basic, fundamental leader-
ship and that's what we're
all supposed to be about.
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low or get out of the way
doesn't apply here. We
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Motorcycle class

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military members


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
A according to the Naval
Safety Center, Navy
A otorcycle fatalities
have increased by nearly
100 percent since fiscal
year 2000.
So far this year, 13
Sailors have died in motor-
cycle accidents. In a recent
report from the Governor's
Highway Safety Assoc-
iation, the lack of motorcy-
cle helmet laws in many
states is a prime reason for
this increase.
The Department of
Defense (DoD) requires all
military members of the
Armed Forces to wear a
Department of Transport-
ation approved helmet
whether on or off base.
Civilians must comply
while on duty or on base.
Another requirement for
motorcyclists who plan to
ride on a military installa-
tion is that they must com-
plete a Naval Safety Center
approved motorcycle safety-
training course to obtain a
Motorcycle Safety Found-
ation (MSF) card.
"All active duty members
must take a either a basic
or experienced rider course
whether they ride on or off
base. For someone who
buys a brand new motorcy-
cle, if they are 21 or older,
they must go to a Division
of Driver License office or
in some counties, a Tax
Collectors office and take a
written test for a tempo-
rary learner's permit," said
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) Traffic
and Recreation Safety
Training Specialist Glenn
Picklesimer, who was
recently hired to assist the
dedicated volunteer facili-
tators, (RiderCoaches), who
provide the motorcycle safe-
ty classes and to develop
other programs to help
reduce other recreational
mishaps.
"Once they get this, they
can sign up for the class
and get a temporary pass to
come on base to complete
the course," he added.
After successfully com-
pleting the course and
obtaining an MSF card, the
rider can be issued a base
decal. It also waives the
riding portion required by
the State of Florida to get a
motorcycle endorsement.
For Florida residents
under 21 years of age,


Florida statutes prohibit
issuances of a motorcycle
learner's permit.
Motorcyclists must first
successfully complete the
Basic Rider Course, and
then they can obtain a
motorcycle endorsement on
their Florida license. All to
often, dealerships fail to
mention this information to
junior Sailors.
If your driver's license is
issued from a different
state, it is strongly recom-
mended that you contact
that licensing authority to
confirm that state's law.
Many states honor out of
state training, however
there are several that do
not. Everyone should be
informed before they pur-
chase a motorcycle.
"It's kind of a catch-22,
but what makes it worse is
dealers aren't good about
telling people these
requirements," stated
Picklesimer.
Free motorcycle safety
classes are offered on regu-
lar basis. All active duty,
family members, retirees
and DoD personnel are eli-
gible to go through the
three-day novice course or a
shortened curriculum
which is a day and a half-
long course provided to
those with some riding
experience.
Both classes consist of
classroom and range time.
Students are required to
provide their own motorcy-
cle and are given numerous
skills and scenarios to prac-
tice on the range.
"These classes are identi-
cal to what the State of
Florida provides except
they furnish smaller train-
ing motorcycles. The benefit
for our Sailors is they prac-
tice on what they normally
ride. If they make a mis-
take or confuse the direc-
tions, they quickly learn by
watching the other riders
and self-correct. After some
time, if they are still strug-
gling, timely guidance and
riding tips are provided by
the RiderCoaches," said
CNRSE Traffic and
Recreation Specialist Carl
Bennett.
"This is really fun
because we get to ride our
motorcycles, but the course
is pretty challenging. I'm
learning about the clutch,
the brakes, knowing when
to weave and when not to,
acceleration and decelera-
tion. It's a lot of attention to


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practical skills.


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before the riders set off to work on their


Commander, Navy Region Southeast
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NAS lax Chaplain (Cmdr.)
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detail," stated IT1(SW)
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who took the basic motorcy-
cle class last week.
"It's really an outstand-
ing course. I've had my
Kawasaki 800 less than a
year and this will really
help me when I'm riding
outside the base," he con-
tinued.
To ride on base, DoD also
has some restrictions on
what safety gear motorcy-
clists must wear. All riders
are required to wear a long
sleeve, brightly colored
outer upper garment dur-
ing the day and a reflective
garment at night. Military
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goggles, sturdy footwear
covering the ankles, full-
fingered gloves, and long-
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"Our Sailors must comply
with OPNAVINST 5100.12G
both on and off base. It's
there for their protection,
because you never know
when wearing a piece of
gear could save your life or
save some skin," Bennett
concluded.
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cle safety class or to become
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Photo by JO1 Mike England
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6 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 16, 2005


NAS Jax family bids Brooks farewell


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
Taking care of the ser-
vice members was al-
ways Marsha Brook's
number one priority. When
she stepped down June 2 as
the NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange (NEX) General
Manager (GM), she left a
customer service legacy of
excellence, including the
guidance of more than 400
NEX employees through the
process of turning the store
into the 2004 Bing-ham
Award winner.
Fresh from corporate
America where she was an
executive with Target
Stores, Brooks arrived here
almost eight years ago as
the store manager and set
out to learn about the mili-
tary way of life and most
importantly, the NEX sys-
tem.
Her wit and determina-
tion enabled her to quickly
learn the needs of the mili-
tary and how to best serve
and support the service
members and their families.
In 1999, Brooks was pro-
moted to GM and her
responsibilities grew enor-
mously. All retail outlets on
base, including the Main
Exchange, the Navy Lodge,
the AutoPort and Garden
Center, the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville NEX store and
the Outpost and Yellow
Water Mini Marts were now
under her leadership.
She also became the man-
ager of all public/private
ventures, vending machines
and all personal services
such as the floral and opti-
cal shops, personalized serv-
ices and the food court. "The
last seven and a half years
have had an incredible life
changing impact on me as
both a business woman and
a human being," remarked
Brooks."
"I had not had much expo-
sure to the military prior to
my tenure with the Navy
Exchange, but being part of
this Navy community at


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
presents a Letter of Commendation to Navy Exchange
General Manager Marsha Brooks during her going-away
luncheon June 2 at the Navy Exchange Warehouse.


NAS Jax I have come to
learn and witness what
patriotism is all about," she
added. "I will never look at
the American flag again
without remembering the
men and women I 've come
in contact with, knowing the
personal sacrifices they and
their families make every
day to preserve our freedom
as American citizens."
During the luncheon, NAS
Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson praised
Brooks' accomplishments
and work and said, "It has
been a pleasure having
Marsha be part of the NAS
Jax family.
Her vast knowledge of
retailing and military poli-
cies coupled with her vision
and diversity, has proved
invaluable in providing our
Sailors and their families
with the best service and
merchandise available."
Dobson presented Brooks
with a Letter of Apprecia-
tion, which read in part,
"Under your direction, the
NEX received the highly


coveted Bingham Award, an
honor given for the best run
Navy Exchange Pro-gram in
the entire U.S. Navy, an
honor hard earned and rich-
ly deserved. This achieve-
ment was largely due to
your brand of leadership
and cultivation of top-notch
management team, which
focused on providing the
highest standards of effi-
ciency, profitability and cus-
tomer service."
Brooks, a native of Can-
ton, Ohio, is a graduate of
Kent State University. She
began her retailing career
during her high school years
with Gold Circle/ Richway, a
division of Fed-erated
Department Stores, where
she entered the manage-
ment-training program
after graduating from Kent
State.
After a nine-year tenure
in store operational posi-
tions and then as a buyer,
Brooks joined the Target
Stores as an assistant store
leader in Fort Collins, Colo.
Within the next 10 years,


Brooks was moved to
Atlanta, Ga., where she held
positions in higher volume
stores, becoming the district
trainer.
During her time in the
Atlanta area, she developed
the Target Stores College
Recruitment Team and also
became the Southeast
Region Store Presentation
Specialist, opening stores in
the Jacksonville area and
served as store team leader
in several Atlanta area loca-
tions until joining the NEX
team in 1998.
According to NAS Jax
Store Manager John Woods,
Brooks was an inspirational
leader. "Her vision was far
reaching and resulted in
creating a customer-focused
environment with associates
empowered to make deci-
sion," Woods stated.
"Whether managing
through a lengthy remodel
or orchestrating the popular
"Chiefs Night," her dedica-
tion to the mission was
unwavering. She built the
NEX team through encour-


agement, support and gen-
uine concern. She may be
leaving us, but her leader-
ship and vision will remain
an integral part of our
team."
Also, present at Brooks
luncheon was NEX South-
eastern Region Manager H.
Siegman, who said that
Brook's accomplishments
and contributions extended
far beyond the daily opera-
tions of the NAS Jax NEX.
"The same zeal and
enthusiasm she exhibited at
work, carried over to our
Navy and civilian communi-
ties, Siegman said. She
supported the annual 5K
Navy Run, base indoctrina-
tions and Special Olympics.
Additionally, she was part of
the Bowl-A-thon for
Children with Spinabifida
and lent support to the
Orlando NEX during the
hurricane recovery opera-
tions last year and assisted
the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
NEX with its grand open-
ing."
During her remarks at


the luncheon, Brooks said,
"My energy has been spent
making this facility the best
for our Sailors, retirees and
their families. It has been
my honor to serve service
members and their families.
Also, I treasure the relation-
ships and partnerships that
were forged with MWR, the
NAS Jax Commissary, the
Jax Air News and other ten-
ant commands as our Navy
Exchange would not be the
same without their sup-
port."
"Finally, I thank the
entire team at the Navy
Exchange, all the managers,
associates, and vendors, in
every location. You are the
finest team I have ever had
the pleasure of working
along side in my 26 years of
retail experience. Be proud
of what you have accom-
plished and whom you
serve, as I am so proud of
you," she concluded.
Brooks has embarked in a
new career path and will
remain in Jacksonville.


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AM2 Conroy McKenzie joins neighborhood children dancing in the streets
of Ghana, Africa. VP-5 spent two days visiting this beautiful country.


Photo by PH3 Jessie Paquin
A VP-5 P-3C taxis on the parking apron at NAS Sigonella, Sicily, Italy.


AW2(AW) Joseph Schlais (left) of VP-5, explains the antisurface warfare
; ~equipment to the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Africa, the Honorable Mary
Carlin Yates.



Photos cou16eY
Members of VP-5 Crew Four pose in front of the Kandahar International Airport in Afghanistan prior to departing of VP-5
for their next mission.




'Mad Foxes' finish epoyenta n


By Lt. j.g. Michael Moody
VP-5 PAO
The NAS Jacksonville-based
VP-5, the Navy's second old-
est VP squadron, recently
completed a deployment as fami-
lies, friends and colleagues wel-
comed the last VP-5 P-3C aircraft
back to NAS Jacksonville on June

Piloting the P-3C "Orion" on
only her second flight as the
squadron's newest patrol plane
commander, Lt. Brooke O'Brien
formally concluded the final chap-
ter of a six-month deployment as
sie "greased" the landing after a
transit. home from NAS Sigonella,
Sicily, Italy.
SServing the cause of freedom
over the last six months, VP-5
"Mad Foxes" executed 512 opera-
tional missions and 3,212 flight
hours while stretching out over
12 time zones supporting mis-
9sons in three theaters of opera-
tion, including South America,
Afica and the Middle East.
,During the deployment, the
builk of the squadron was based
out of NAS Sigonella, Sicily, Italy,
supporting the United States
Ituropean Command (EUCOM)
where VP-5 executed intelligence,
surveillance and reconnaissance
4SR) missions supporting
operationss Active Endeavor,
Deliberate Forge and Joint
(uardian. AO3 Cheryl Grosso
enjoyed most of her deployment
in Sigonella, I really enjoyed
leading live ammo on the P-3. It
i]a great feeling knowing you are
doing your part in the fight
against terrorism."
The Mad Foxes were also able
to hone their antisubmarine war-
fare (ASW) skills in numerous
exercises, carrying out mock
attacks on 18 different sub-
marines from multiple countries.
During the final days of deploy-
ment, the Mad Foxes took pride
flying with Rear Adm. Stanley
Bozin on his last operational P-
3C flight prior to his transition
back to the United States and
duty in the operational Navy. The
squadron also made history in
May with a first-ever P-3C visit
to Ghana, Africa accompanied by
Capt. Bob Lally, commander, Task
Force Six Seven. While in Ghana,
the Mad Foxes met with U.S.
Ambassador Mary Carlin Yates
Who received a P-3 tour and met


VP-5 Crew Three under the com-
mand of Lt. Cmdr. James Godwin,
flies over one of the many volca-
noes in El Salvador.
with VP-5's Lt. Michael Mosi, who
spent much of his life in Ghana.
In the United States Central
Command (CENTCOM), squad-
ron members executed missions in
direct support of Commander,
Fifth Fleet and Operations Iraqi
Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
Additionally, the squadron's air-
crews had the honor of supporting
the historic free elections in Iraq.
In United States Southern
Command (SOUTHCOM), the
forward operating location (FOL)
team in El Salvador intercepted
over 32 metric tons of illegal nar-
cotics destined for North America.
For AW1 Todd Barrett, who spent
two months in El Salvador, "The
missions where lengthy at times,
but it really paid off when you
discover a go-fast (narcotic boat)
and know that you are doing your
part in stopping drugs from
reaching our borders."
Throughout the deployment,
the FOL detachment team com-
prised crews and aircraft from
VP-5, VP Reserve squadrons and
Sea Operational Detachment
(SEAOPDET) support personnel
from NAS Jacksonville. VP-5 air-
craft and maintenance personnel
sustained a stunning 96 percent
in-theater aircraft mission capa-
ble rate over six months. Cmdr.
Bill Johns, VP-5 commanding offi-
cer, stated, "I'm obviously biased,
but VP-5 is blessed with simply
the finest Maintenance
Department on the planet."
Combined with the on-station
success from nine of 12 Mad Fox
aircrews who spent time flying
missions out of the FOL, the
results spurred the "best deploy-
ment ever" accolades from Capt.
Martin Smith, chief of staff,
SOUTHCOM.
Just days prior to the end of
deployment, VP-5 executed a
short-notice, four-day Hurricane
(Adrian) evacuation and return
'plan, safely repositioning aircrafftY


N'


Members of VP-5, including Commander, Task Force Seven Capt. Bob Lally (center in whites), pose with the U.S.
Ambassador to Ghana, Africa, Mary Carlin Yates (center in purple dress), during their deployment.


and personnel out of the path of
nature's fury, then rapidly rede-
ployed in time to continue theater
operations without operational
impact.
For many, this deployment
marked professional and personal
milestones as 61 squadron mem-
bers earned their enlisted air
warfare specialist pin, 23 first
class petty officers earned board
eligibility for chief, and 32 per-
sonnel earned advancement from
the March exam cycle. For AOCS
Andrew McDonald, this was his
17th and, most likely, his last
deployment out of 26 dedicated
years in the military. McDonald
stated, "I really enjoyed flying the
missions, seeing the sights and
working with all the tremendous
talent in the squadron, not to
mention the traditional cama-
raderie between the officers and
chiefs." I
VP-5 began deployment in
December under the leadership of
VP-5's 54th Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Sean Cannon, witnessed a
change of command in April, then
ended deployment eclipsing 26
years of more than 148,000
mishap-free flight hours. "It's
always a team effort and we have
a great team." stated Johns.
"The deployment success this


Aircrewmen and maintainers from VP-5 perform a foreign object detec-
tion on the runway of the Comalapa Airport in El Salvador.


squadron enjoys is due in large
part to the steady leadership of
the commanding officer who took
VP-5 on deployment, Cmdr. Sean
Cannon. "Additionally, our fami-
lies, friends and loved ones played
a crucial role in weathering
increased challenges at home due
to our absence. Their unfailing
support was a source of strength
that allowed us to stay focused
: and execute missions. Th-,y


deserve our gratitude, admiration
and respect."
For the last six months, the
Mad Foxes have honorably served
our country from the leading edge
of the global war on terror, fur-
thering the cause of freedom,
making a lasting difference and
passing the deployment torch to
the "Red Lancers" of VP-10.
For Photos of the "Mad Foxes"
homecoming, see Page 5.





Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 16, 2005 9


VP-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Bill Johns praises and thanks the Sailors, family and friends upon arriving back
from a six-month deployment.


AOCS(AW) Andrew McDonald of VP-5 proudly displays the American
flag upon touching ground at the NAS Jacksonville tarmac June 8. VP-5
personnel returned home after a six-month deployment that took the
squadron to Central America, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Following McDonald are AD1 Tom Mansfield and Lt. Cmdr. George
Landis.


Five-year-old Logan and 4-year-old Carolyn shyly greet their dad, AT1(AW) Edward Hopper, at the tarmac last
Thursday afternoon. "I'm happy my dad is home, we can now go swimming and play with him," said Logan.


VP-5 Maintenance Master Chief AFCM(AW) Mark Sulfridge kisses his
9-year-old daughter, Janice, as his wife, Mary, looks on. "I'm glad he is
back. I haven't had anyone to pick on me and now I can do things with
him," said Janice, joyfully.


Photos by
Miriam S. Gallet


NAS Jax Morale, Recreation and Welfare Liberty Program Coordinator,
Danny Calham and Marketing Director Shannon Leonard distribute
Liberty Bags to VP-5 Sailors. Some of the items in the bags include cal-
endars, water bottles, phone cards, pens and stress balls.





AW1 (AW/SW) James Hawkins
Sf\ embraces his wife, Nikkie, immediately
after arriving at Hangar 1000.
Hawkins' 16-year-old daughter,
Chelsea (left), and daughters, Ashley,
18, and Tiffany, 20 (not pictured) were
also present to welcome him home.






10 lax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 16, 2005




Willen retires after


From Commander
Sea Control Wing Atlantic
mdr. Robert Willen, mainte-
nance officer for Command-
er, Sea Control Wing, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet, will retire tomor-
row at 11 a.m. in Hangar 116.
Willen was born and raised in
Pittsburgh, Pa.
He enlisted in the Navy in
October 1973. After recruit train-
ing in Orlando, he reported to
Naval Aviation Technical
Training Center Memphis, Tenn.,
and attended Aviation Electrician
"A" school. In September
1974,Willen reported to VA-125 at
NAS Lemoore, Calif. to attend A-
7A Corsair advanced electrical
training.
Following training in VA-125, he
reported to VA-93 on board USS
Midway (CVA-41) homeported in
Yokosuka, Japan. During this tour,


Cmdr. Robert Willen
he participated in the evacuation
of South Vietnam and was
advanced to E-4. In January


1976, Willen transferred to VA-87
at NAS Cecil Field, Fla., where he
deployed aboard USS America
(CV-66).
In April 1978, he was assigned
to the Naval Air Test Center in
Patuxent River, Md., where he
maintained various types of air-
craft. Three years later, Willen
returned to NAS Cecil Field with
VA-15 deploying on board USS
Independence (CV-62). During this
tour he participated in the inva-
sion of Grenada and the Marine
barracks bombing in Beirut.
From there Willen transferred to
VA-174 also at NAS Cecil Field in
July 1984. During this tour, he
was advanced to E-7 and a subse-
quent commissioned as an ensign
in April 1986.
His first tour as an officer was
at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas,
where he served as maintenance
control officer in an intermediate
D'J A% 11


32


maintenance facility. Following
this tour, Willen reported to VFA-
137 in October 1988 and served as
maintenance/material control offi-
cer on board USS Coral Sea (CV-
43) and USS Forrestal (CV-59).
Following this tour, Willen
returned to Patuxent River, Md.,
in August 1991, where he served
as production control officer for
the Aircraft Intermediate Main-
tenance Department (AIMD). In
July 1994, he reported to VFA-105
at Cecil Rield serving as mainte-
nance/material control officer on
board USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN-69) and USS Theodore
Roosevelt (CVN-71).
In November 1997, Willen
reported to AIMD Cecil Field serv-
ing as the production officer until
NAS Cecil Field was disestab-
lished in September 1999. In
October 1999, he reported to
MCAS Beaufort, S.C., as the first


years
officer in charge of the Strike
Fighter Wing detachment. His
next tour took him to Carrier Air
Wing One as the air wing mainte-
nance officer. During this tour,
Willen deployed on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV-67) and USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) a
few days after 9/11 in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom.
Willen's current assignment is the
aircraft maintenance officer for
Commander, Sea Control Wing
U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
Willen and his wife, Sandy
reside on Fleming Island with
their daughter Brianna. Their
grown children, Bryce and
Autumn, son-in-law Jeff, and
grandchildren Reece and Julia
also reside in the Jacksonville
area.
Willen and his family plan to
stay in the Jacksonville area.


Mugler retires af
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ography Facility
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AGCM(AW) Bob Mugler is piped
ashore for the final time tomorrow,
he officially ends over 30 years of
active naval service. .
, The Navy's slogan used to be
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thie adventure," he said.
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BIasic Training in Orlando, then to
Aerographer's Mate. (AG) "A"
school located at Lakehurst, N.J.
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assigned to the Naval Weather
Service Environmental Detach-
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&server. A year later, Mugler
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The importance of telling those we


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By Chaplain (Lt.)
Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
Several years ago, I got
a phone call from my
mom. We usually talk
about pleasant things
when we talk on the
phone, but as soon as I
heard her voice, I could tell
there was something
wrong. She had called to
tell me that I needed to
come home because my
dad had just visited the
cardiologist and was going
to have coronary bypass
surgery within a few days.
She also told me there
was a good chance he
would survive, but there
was also a chance that he
would not. What do you do
when you get a phone call
like that? The first thing I
started to do was pack and
make plans to head home.
I had about a five-hour
drive, so I had a lot of time
to think on the way. I
thought about growing up,
laughing around the fami-
ly table, taking vacations
together, learning to drive,
the day I left for the Navy
(the first time), my wed-
ding day, I could go on and
on, but you get the idea.
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my mind seemed like it
was flooded. The one
thing I kept thinking was
that this wasn't supposed
to be happening, at least
not yet. My dad was still
young, he was supposed to
be around for a long time,
yet now I was faced with
the grim reality that time
is no respecter of persons,
and we should not take
anyone for granted.
On the morning of his
surgery, all I could get out
was "I love you." There was
about a 10-pound frog in
my throat that kept me
from talking very much.
The hours that followed
were some of the longest in
my life and when the sur-
geon came in to tell us that
my dad was going to be
okay, all I could do was
thank God and hug my
mom.
My dad is still around


today, but my perspective
about life has changed. I
don't take things or people
for granted anymore. I
always tell my dad I love
him at the end of every
conversation we have on
the phone.
When I was growing up,
there seemed to be lots of
well-intentioned people
who wanted to tell me
what it meant to be
"manly". Usually that
meant not expressing emo-
tions and never shedding
tears, but as I have gotten
older, and hopefully a little
wiser, I have realized that
the most "manly" thing I
can do is just the opposite.
We as men should tell
the people we care about
just how much we love
them. It is the best gift we
can give to our families
and friends who add so
much to our lives.
This year on Father's
Day instead of giving your
,dad a tie, how about giving
him a hug, tell him you
love him, and thank him
for all he has done for you.
That is certainly what I
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you?


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(From left) OS3 Jenny Etienne, ET3 Melanie Sinclair and ET2 Erick Wilson try to beat
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9. Triva Pursuit winners went on to compete in a supermarket sweep style scavenger
hunt where the contestants searched the commissary for specially-tagged merchandise.
The game was part of the month-long commissary awareness activities sponsored by the
Defense Commissary Agency and the Base Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department Liberty Program. "The purpose of these events are to show single Sailors
throughout NAS Jax that the commissary is here for them too," stated MWR Assistant
Liberty Program Coordinator Meghan Brophy.

FATHER'S DAY: Company offers special to troops, families


From Page 5
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By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
ix weeks of no school.
That means no home-
work and no tests in
favorite subjects like math,
science and English. So
what's a kid to do all sum-
mer? Well for those who
are signed up for the Youth
Activities Center (YAC)
Summer Camp at NAS Jax
it means days of fun with
such events as swimming,
golfing, canoeing, taking
field trips to local attrac-
tions, playing Bingo and
spending time at the cen-
ter.
"We have 120 kids in our
camp. Every day they do
different activities. If they
are in the center they
spend time on the comput-
ers, playing pool, playing
board games, doing arts
and crafts, etc. We also
take them on different out-
ings both on and off the
base," said Summer Camp
Counselor Gerard Brister.
"Since the bowling alley is
closed for renovation right
now, we had to come up
with some new ideas like
taking them to play
Bingo."
At the center Thursday,


JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 16, 2005 13


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Head Golf Professional Joe Carreiro gives Lauren Rosales some guidance during an outing to
the NAS Jax Golf Course as part of the Youth Activities Center Summer Camp.


Photo by Gerard Brister
A group of kids from the Youth Activities Center Summer
Camp take a break on an alligator display while touring the
Jacksonville Zoo June 8.


children ages five through
13 spent their morning
playing cards, computer
games, making creative
projects and playing in the
gym. That afternoon they
were divided up and taken


(From left) Alee Theriot, Natasha Hodo, Jaila Bess and
Ashlynn Brown make handbags under the direction of Arts &
Crafts Coordinator Rosie Rosales at the Youth Activities
Center Thursday.


to the base outdoor pool to
have some fun splashing in
the cool water.
"I really like coming here
and spending time with my
friends. It sure beats stay-
ing home and not doing
anything. We have arts
and crafts, computers, card
games, karaoke, can play
house and do lots of other
stuff. I like that we go to
the different places around
the base and out in town
like the Jacksonville Zoo.
That was really fun,"
remarked 10-year-old Alee
Theriot, who is spending
her first summer here.
During the camp, the
kids spend their hours
laughing and playing toge-
ther as their parents work.
"It's nice for parents to
know that their children
are enjoying their days
and are safe while they are
at work," said YAC
Director Claudia Chris-
tino.
The YAC has experi-


enced staff that foster the
social and environmental
interaction, education and
creative talents of depend-
ent youth at NAS Jax. The
YAC is open to all active-
duty, reserve, retiree, and
Department of Defense
(DoD) children.
The School-Age Care and
Camp programs are avail-
able for children ages
kindergarten through 13.
Activities include indoor
and outdoor recreational
activities, arts and crafts,
nature, multi-cultural
activities, video games and
computers.
Camps are offered dur-
ing the Duval County
School System Christmas,
spring and summer
breaks. Additional activi-
ties offered duri camps
include bowling, swim-
ming, and field trips.
To utilize the School-Age
Care or Camp program,
children must be complete-
ly registered to include a
registration form, parent
agreement, copy of child's
current shot record, copy of
sponsor's identification
card, voluntary wage
deduction form, notarized
special power of attorney,
and dependent care certifi-


cate.
Fees are based on total
annual household income
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check stub to determine
fees.
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Games
Assist with registration for this
fun event. Stuff bags prior to
and assist with registration at
the start of the event which runs
from June 18-24. Minimum age
is 14. Contact Iris Harris at 421-
9171 to sign up.
Adamec's Harley-
Davidson Motorcycle
Run
Assist with this event June 25
in support of the Children's
Miracle Network. The ride starts
at Venus Swimwear on Beach
Boulevard at 11 a.m. and ends
in Orange Park. Help with regis-
tration and celebration after the
ride. For more information, call
Kristen Folkers at 202-2366.
Kingfish tournament
The BellSouth Greater Jack-
sonville Kingfish Tournament
needs volunteers to help July
18-23 at Sisters Creek Park,
8205 Heckscher Drive. Lots of
opportunities available. Call
Vickie Snipes at 751-5188 for
details.
Docent volunteers
needed
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to bring works of art to life. If
you are interested in volunteer-
ing, please contact Susan Gallo
by phone at 899-6006 or by e-
mail at sgallo@cummer. org.
Habitat for Clay
County
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc. serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information,
call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at


444-8524.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.


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always looking for volunteers to
help in a variety of areas and
with special events. Volunteers
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FEMA reminds residents

to prepare for fire season


From FEMA
he U.S. Department
of Homeland Securi-
ty's Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency
(FEMA) reminds residents
living areas prone to wild-
fires to be prepared and
take action prior to the bru-
tal effects of a devastating
wildfire.
"I want to remind Ameri-
cans that even thought we
have seen heavy rainfall in
April and May this year, do
not be caught off guard.
Wildfires can strike at any
time and cause loss of life
and property," said Michael
Brown, under secretary of
Homeland Security for
Emergency Preparedness
and Response. "Knowing
the risks and preparing
now by taking the appropri-
ate measures to protect
your family and property
can reduce damage and
save lives."
FEMA recommends the
following preparedness
steps in preparation for
wildfires:
Develop an emergency
communication plan
In case family members
are separated from one
another when an order to
evacuate due to a wildfire is
given (a real possibility dur-
ing the day when adults are
at work and children are at
school), have a plan for get-
ting everyone together.
Agree on an out-of state
contact for everyone to call
to report their safety and
whereabouts.
Make evacuation plans
from your home and your
neighborhood. Plan several
routes in case the fire
blocks your escape route.
Pull together a disaster
supply kit that will sustain
you and your family for up
to three days. Include:
Flashlight and extra
batteries
Portable, battery-oper-
ated radio and extra batter-
ies
First aid kit and manual
Emergency food and
water (for up to three days)
Non-electric can opener
Essential medicines
Cash and credit cards
Sturdy shoes
Stay informed about
wildfire preparedness and
know your risks. Be aware
of emergency information


specific to your community,
and take steps to reduce
potential damage a wildfire
could cause.
Create a 30-foot safety
zone to separate the home
from combustible plants
and vegetation.
Stone walls can act as
heat shields and deflect
flames.
Swimming pools and
patios can be a safety zone.
Check for fire hazards
around your home. Involve
your entire family and get
your kids involved.
Install smoke detectors
on every level of your home
and near sleeping areas.
Install electrical lines
underground, if possible.
Keep all trees and shrub
limbs trim, so they don't
come in contact with the
wires.
Prune all branches
around the residence to a
height of 8- to 10-feet and
remove underbrush and
vegetation around your
home that can feed a fire.
Keep your chimney
clean and covered with
spark arrestor.
Regularly remove all
dead limbs, needles, and
debris from rain gutters.
Store combustible or
flammable materials in
approved safety containers
and keep away from the
house.
Use fire resistant mate-
rials when building, reno-
vating, or retrofitting struc-
tures.
Avoid using wooden
shakes and shingles for a
roof. Rather, use tile, stuc-
co, metal siding, brick, rock
or other fire-resistant mate-
rials.
Use only thick, tem-
pered, safety glass in large
and sliding glass doors.
Be smart when using
fire.
Avoid open burning
completely, and especially
during dry season.
Build fires away from
nearby trees or bushes.
Always have a way to
extinguish the fire quickly
and completely.
Never leave a fire or
even a cigarette burning
unattended.
For more information on
wildfire preparedness, visit
www.fema.gov or www.
Ready.Gov.


RECYCLE: New facility

allows recycling to continue

to enhance MWR initiatives

From Page 1

of the biggest issues of the project, actually assembling the
building was the easiest part. It's just a big erector set,"
stated SW2(SCW)
Se Kevin Lawson, the
unit's subject matter
expert on PEBs.
Naval Facilities
Engineering Command
(NAVFAC) Assistant
Resident Officer in
Charge of Construction
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Rec- Ensign Charity
reaction uses its new recycle center Anderson turned the
fa-cility to store items such as card- building over to the
board, plastic bottles and alu- client. The NAS Jax
minum cans. Morale,Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department, during the May 16 rib-
bon-cutting ceremony. NAVFAC enlisted the assistance of
CBMU-202 on this project, which provided the Seabees
vital construction training.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson thanked the Seabees for providing a facility that
will enhance the MWR's ability to provide the activities
funded by the recycling center. For over ten years, the
MWR recycling program has been providing money that
directly impacts the quality of life for the local Sailors
here.
The Seabees reported an excellent safety record during
this project with zero safety mishaps. Partnering with the
Seabees saved NAS Jax and the Navy about $160,000 in
labor cost avoidance.


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Hay Fever: What you can do about it?

By Lt. Kristin Browske, What causes seasonal lens, later in the summer Antihistamines relieve the synephrine. Nasal deconges- Saline Nasal Spray:
MC, USNR' allergic rhinitis? the cause is usually grass itching, sneezing, and runny tants should not be used for Saline nasal sprays can help
Naval Hospital'Jacksonville Seasonal allergic rhinitis pollens, in the fall, ragweed nose of seasonal allergic more than two to three days reduce nasal dryness and
Family Med cine Department is caused by a nasal reaction is to blame. The first step to rhinitis, but they do not at a time because they may postnasal drip. These are


Editor's Note: This is one in a
series' of health care related
articles published by the
Department of Family Medicine
Residency Training Program at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Browske is a physician in the
Family Medicine Clinic.
T e days are longer, the
temperatures are
warmer and the cars
all seem to be the same
shade of yellow. For many
Jacksonville residents this
also means carrying a box of
tissues around and a sea-
sonal trip to the doctor's
office.
Seasonal allergic rhinitis,
commonly known as "hay
fever," affects up to 20 per-
cent of people of all ages.
Allergic rhinitis refers to
inflammation of the nasal
passages that causes a vari-
ety of annoying symptoms
including sneezing, itching,
nasal congestion, and runny
nose.
Most people experience
rhinitis at some point in
their lives. This can be
caused.by allergens, the
common cold, medications
or medical conditions. The
risk of developing allergic
rhinitis is higher in people
with asthma or eczema.


From Page 11

Monday through Thursday. Call 779-
7124.
Jacksonville University
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Call Dr. Gail Jaji at 256-3950 or
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University of North Florida
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representative on base on Thursdays.
Call 542-2477 to make an appoint-


to small airborne particles
called allergens (particles
that provoke an allergic
reaction). In some people,
these particles also cause
reactions in the airways
(asthma) and eyes (allergic
conjunctivitis). The aller-
gens that most commonly
cause seasonal allergic
rhinitis are the pollen of
trees, grass, and weeds, as
well as fungi and molds.
What are the symptoms of
seasonal allergic rhinitis?
The typical symptoms of
seasonal allergic rhinitis
include runny nose, watery
eyes, itchy nose, eyes and
roof of mouth, sneezing,
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nose and cheeks, ear full-
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How is seasonal .allergic
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In most people, the symp-
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the majority of people suffer
from exposure to tree pol-


managing your symptoms is
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windows closed during the
season;stay in air condi-
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Community College, Thomas Edison
State College, and Vincennes
University is on board NAS Jax to
assist with any questions.
William Medlin is located in Bldg.
110, second deck in NCO. Office hours


relieve nasal congestion.
Combined treatment with
nasal steroids or deconges-
tants may provide greater
symptom relief than use of
either alone.
The over-the-counter anti-
histamines include Dime-
tapp allergy, Nasahist B,
Chlor-Trimeton, Benadryl,
Tavist and more recently,
Claritin. Many of these can
cause sedation and should
not be used before driving
(Claritin tends to be less
sedating). Prescription anti-
histamines include ceti-
rizine (Zyrtec) and fexofena-
dine (Allegra). These are
less sedating and are offered
in long acting formulations
(can be taken once per day).
Prescription antihistamines
are more expensive than
over-the-counter antihista-
mines and are not more
effective for treating symp-
toms.
Decongestants:
Decongestants like pseu-
doephedrine (Sudafed,
Actifed, Drixoral) are often
combined with antihista-
mines in oral, over-the-
counter allergy drugs.
Several decongestant nasal
sprays also are available,
including Afrin and Neo-


are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday and
Friday. Call 477-5849 for an appoint-
ment.
Navy College Office has a variety of
college brochures and information on
furthering your education. Come visit
and gather information on PACE pro-
grams, financial aid, VA benefits, free
tests for credit, and free refresher
courses for SAT/ACT, ASVAB.
We strongly advise anyone who has
not been to college before or is uncer-
tain of which degree to pursue to
make an appointment with a Navy
College Office counselor by calling
542-2475/2477 or schedule a briefing
for your command with a Navy col-
lege education specialist.


cause a different type of
rhinitis, called rhinitis
medicamentosa, which may
take up to one year to
resolve after stopping the
medication.
Cromolyn Sodium: This
is an over the counter
preparation (NasalCrom,
Intal, Crolom, Gastrocrom)
which relieves the symp-
toms of seasonal allergic
rhinitis by tempering the
body's response to allergens.
They are nasal sprays which
are used four times per day.
These medications have not
been associated with any
serious side effects.


:


available as over the count-
er preparations and may be
used as frequently as need-
ed.
It is important to recog-
nize that even though many
of these medications are
available without a pre-
scription, if you are taking
prescription medications
you should consult your doc-
tor before starting any new
medications or dietary sup-
plements.
For more information on
seasonal allergic rhinitis
and the right treatment
plan for you, see your pri-
mary care provider.


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Recreation Way gets new name

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The facility is currently undergoing reno-
vation.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinset-
ters and scoring system.


Outdoor pool now open.
May 21-August 15
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Recreational Swim
Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Recreational Swim
Call 542-2930 for more info.
Indoor pool filtration upgrade project
almost completed.
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.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball
June 16 Free
Shuttle departs Liberty Cove at 6 p.m.
Latin Festival & Jax Beach Trip
June 18
Checkout www.fiestaplayera.com to
learn more!
Texas Hold'em Tournament
June 20
7 p.m. at the Zone
Jeanette Lee "The Black Widow"
Billiards Show
Professional pool player performs trick
shots.
June 21, 8 p.m. at the Zone


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.


Tomorrow: Hide and Seek (R)
June 18, 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.
Zephyrus Races
Every Friday evening- June 3 through
Sept. 9
6:30 p.m.
One-Design Sailboat Races
Entry fee is $5 per race.
Sailboats raced from the Marina are free.
Call 542-3260 for more details.

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.
Games & Prizes
Tomorrow night, 6-8 p.m.
$1 for ages K-17


For additional information please call
542-3249.
Junior Golf Program
Three separate programs (beginner,
advanced juniors, and family)
Beginner and advanced juniors fee: $30
per session.
Family fee: $50 per session.
Purchase four or more sessions and
receive a $10 discount.
Registration is going on now at the Golf
Course.


Photos courtesy of MWR
In recognition of the recent partnership between the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department and the
Cummer Museum of Jacksonville, several family memberships
to the museum were given away during the monthly Reef and
Beef Dinner at the NAS Jax Officer's Club June 3. From left,
Angela and Michael McQuaig were presented a family mem-
bership by Nancy Person, administrative assistant for the
Cummer Museum. "We really appreciate this opportunity and
look forward to checking out the museum," remarked the
McQuaigs.


Bill VanDerlyn and Doris Seaton were also presented a family
membership to the Cummer Museum from Cummer Museum
Intern Megan Carlson, left, and Cummer Museum
Administrative Assistant Nancy Person. "We have been to the
museum before and it was lovely. We will enjoy the opportu-
nity to visit the museum again," said Doris Seaton.


From MWR
The MWR Mulberry
Cove Marina is spon-
soring the 2005
Zephyrus Races every
Friday until Sept. 9 at NAS
Jax. The one-design sail-
boat races will be officiated
and organized by the Navy
Jacksonville Yacht Club.
The event will run from
4:30-7 p.m. Registration is
from 4:30-5:15 p.m. and the
race begins at 5:40 p.m.
The race will held
between the Buckman
Bridge and the Fuller
Warren Bridge. The
Mighty Zephyrus Prize will
be awarded to the skipper
or crew who wins the most
races, per each one-design
sailboat, at the end of the
series in September.
Participants can compete

Youth football

officials needed
The New River City
Officials Association
is currently offering
training classes for individ-
uals interested in officiated
Pop Warner Little Scholars
League football. Training
will be held Sundays from
3-5 p.m. at Lake Shore
Athletic Association
(Criswell Park) from July
10 through Aug. 28.
The training program
consists of classroom and
hands-on instruction once a
week for eight weeks. The
classes are free.
A cook-off and registra-
tion drive is planned for
Saturday at Metropolitan
Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
for those interested in offi-
ciating. For more informa-
tion, call Robert Thompson
or Ken Sands at 226-4319
or 307-1038.


one on one or as a squadron
team. You may use the
marina's own Lasers,
Flying Juniors, and Flying
Scots for free.
The cost is $5 per race. To
register and reserve a sail-
boat at the marina, call
542-3260.


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MWR and

Cummer

Museum

forge

partnership
The NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare.
and Recreation
Department in an effort
to constantly improve the
quality of life for service
members and their fami-
lies 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
(I.T.T.).
The museum will host
a special Military Time
Celebration July 14 dur-
ing their popular Caf6
Night. Hors d'oeuvre,
wine, music and a fabu-
lous view of the City of
Jacksonville from the
museum riverside gar-
den await participants.
For information on the
celebration, call the
Cummer Museum at
356-6857. For informa-
tion on tickets to the
museum, call I.T.T. at
542-3318.


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Racquetball tourney
A men and women's open racquetball tournament will
be held this month. The event is free and open to all
authorized gym patrons over 18. There will be a recre-
ational and competitive division for men and a women's
division. All matches will be played in the evening start-
ing 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, softball, foot-
ball, and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also
needed for basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons, and/or
triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races. Uniforms are provided as
well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in sanctioned (USA
Track and Field, USA Triathlon Association, or
Roadrunners Clubs of America) races and your time
must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport Sports
Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:


5K-
24:00
10K -
46:00
Marathon -
Hrs.
Triathlon -


Men 19:00

Men 34:00

Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.

Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.


Women

Women

Women 4

Women 3


Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k bike.

Greybeard Softball Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 9 1
VP-30 6 5
VP-16 5 5
CPRW-11 7 7
AIMD 6 7
CNATTU 5 7
CHSWL 3 9
Intramural Softball Final Standings


Team
VP-30
HS-75
AIMD Warriors
VP-16
VS-30
CPRW-11
PSD
VP-62


Wins
16
10
14


Losses
2


Naval Hospital 9
VS-32 10
AIMD 500 9
HS-15 6
CNATTU 7
HS-11 4
VP-30 IFT 4
SERCC 7
AIMD 600 4
FACSFAC 3
VP-5 1
NAVHOSP Galley 0
NADEP Basketball
Team Wins
Pressure 8
Hornets 7


Hurricanes 6
Bud Lite 5
Shockers 4
Sonic Boom 3
Prowlers 2
SERCC 1
Women's Softball


Team
VP-16
Lady Divas
TPU
Naval Hospital


Wins
4
4
3
0


8
9
9
9
10
5
11
12
12
15
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14
Final Standings
Losses
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3
4
5
6
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Losses


Home


providers

needed
The Child Dev-
elopment Center
is looking for
home providers. If you
are an on-base resi-
dent, you will only
need to be Navy-certi-
fied to become a
Home Provider.
If you are an off-
base resident, you will
have to be state-certi-
fied as well as Navy-
certified. This pro-
gram is for dependent
female and males. For
more information
about this program,
contact Lisa Williams
or Ingrid Robinson at
542-5434 / 5529 /
2472.


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
flicker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
- 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
lub general membership


meetingsare 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 Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more informa-
tion, call 778-0805 or email
commodore@njyc.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday


Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park I
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclub.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.


The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association. of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular., meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church 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 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.


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110 Happy Ads 296Georgia Miscellaneous $114,700.00 Kingsland NEW HOMEBAD CREDIT SLOW A 3/2 DWMH ON 3 ACRS 771-9055.
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M9096Scation/Travel s31Mandarinn 3/2.5, 109,995, For Listings [Jtview. 2 story, 3/2 reduced, $8000.
1490VacatiorV rvel 315Mandarin 1618 Pershing Rd. 3/1.5 t. 3/2.5. O109,995. 786-9135 Must sel ONLY $29,900!Li79ing 352-47&2275 1 2/2.5 scenic lake ORANGEPK N DWLot22
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165 Entertainment (Preview 9 AM) 322 Ayle2 22 sale. 5min to N.AR.S. PCS HOMES B TON A BRH OMEII Only$ 50k! 3 T wnce
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Fonnd boats, Sold to highest 332Middleburg Algonquin Ave. Realtor $35K by appt 7721240 Ver nice 3br/lba block 3/1al new i nl aR n i
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904-2494763 For auction info 33Baker County Duplex 3/1 units, $20,400, BRAND NEW Victoria Foreclosure 3bed,29,900 S'side/Belle Rive 2/2 The TRIPLEWIDE '97 3/2, den
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Brain Damage Birth Defects Call 904 62& 4628 6-781-2 Rebecca A. 2-16 7684 Equestrian community,
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Spinal Cord Injury NerveDamage WINDSOR PARKE 1100 Seaate Ave Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 school district, nearby
2100 sf, 17th Fairway, MODEL HOME South-
$372,000,904881-4347 wood nr Mayo Clinic 3 ne,02SNG L shopping. A -must
DMAW2/2 den, scn porch. 2 Lowdown. Call Becca -see- Opportunity.
DIVORCE/FALY LAW car gar, gated, comm @ 249-9546 Ridin arenas and04-998-2055
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DomesticPaternityChildupport July 15th, 285k
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d8418 DAFFIN LN. 4/2.5refrierator stove. Dish
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FORECLOSURES 310 Mandarin Historic Avondale 'VAO BCH condo ,sell 72k. 319 s
Historic Avondale VILANO BCH condo 4/3.5, 24th St. 727-460-0110
SApool,Ocean is your 2/1 single wide. LOW
113951Mandarin Ridge Ln. r front yd! $374.900 Owner down payment & LOW INVESTMENT OPPTY -
PARY5 ""/Realtor 904347-3047 monthly. Call Rebecca Kingsland, GA 3/2, dbl
allbr ,nearly RIVERA- PARKWAYr. home avail.
2100f, trehuge Cuyd, gorgeous 246-7684 garrental home avail.
Oak trees. Custom pool For fractional owner-
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w/waterfall, Irreg Sys, por- 350. Wit W. fp. 2 decks $30iOeq 119,900 -123.900
celantle, muchmore. $322mo. Call 730-8606 20-45% ownership
5BURNEY BIVNS *D $339.9k Call Allen 886-7103 avail. No headaches
YBivENS *JOSH JOS EDwARD 30 YeasBRIGADIER No credit., just make money, Limlted
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fplc, scrn porch, deck,
water to golf view, pool
nice $2100 904-270-1084
PVB OCEANUNKS 2/2, fpl
scr prch, W/D, $1100m.
904 273-5732/349-3947
Riverfront/Lakewood 3/2
gated comm, great view.
000mo. 349-4144
SAN JOSE Irg 2 story 2/2
new paint, carpet, w/d
hu $900+dep. 923-9964

CmHOMES 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

SO'SIDE- new II Villa-
gio condo, 2/2.5. pool,
fitness, $1125 742-9613
SOUTHSIDE big 3br/
2.5ba, 1600sf. over
looking lake. Brand
new, in Iron Wood
subdiv. Call Rebecca
673-7847
S'SIDE 1/1, All new
Close to Avenues Mall
$750m+dp. 904-363-9600
WATERFRONT .,2/2w/loft,
upscale unit,
granitewood floors,
fitness center. Close to
DT. $1250. mth.
904-484-4485 759-8600.
W'SIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Near Riverside, $895m
boat dockage, 757-0775

420 Houses
Unfurnished

ARGYLE/Greyfleld -3/2,
2 car gar, ch/a, $1000mo.
+util. 904-318-8030
Argyle 3/2, Great Rm
Fplc, Scrnd Patio. Pet Ok.
Refs Req $995 778-2897
Aute home located at
8429 Firefly Lane 3/2
1652SF $875
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

evlew @ Watermill
9367 Prosperity Court
3/2 1741 $1150
Available Late June!!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
A le
Laleview @ Watermill
9367 Prosperity Court
3/2 1741 $1150
Available Late June!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARGYLE lovely 3/2 like
new on lake, across
church/school 771-0070
Avnle
NoAhwood @ Watermill
Previous Model Home
9502 Staples Mill
4/2 1745SF $1125
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARL. 2/1 BIk, ch/a, w/d
hkp, good neighbor's.
$825m obo. 525-2440
ARL FT. CAROLINE 4/2/2,
$1150 mo. 904-657-6186
904-284-7644.
Avondale 3/1 -1 car gar.
w/d, FP on river, A+
schools, pets ok, lawn
svc., $1300mo. 388-7501


FEDEATE

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ARGYLE
8429 Fire Fly Lane
3/2 1652SF $875


ORANGE PARK
5046 Knights Bridge
2/2 912SF $675


8174 Loch Lomond Ln. 2658 Malibu Circle
4/2 2082SF $1125 3/2 1084SF $785


9502 Staples Mill
4/2 1745SF $1125

ARLINGTON
11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $850


WESTSIDE
8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925

6051 Maggie
Circle #101
3/2 1157SF $875


GREEN COVE SPRINGS
3332 Citations Dr. 9602 Grove Hills Ln
3/2 1676SF $1025 3/2 1745SF $975
AVAILABLE MID-JUNI


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

935 Collinswood
3/2 1691SF $1295


VILANO BEACH
208 17th Street
4/3.5 $2300
BRAND NEW HOME!
ACROSS THE STREET
FROM THE BEACH!!


NORTHSIDE WORLD
10398 Centerwood Dr GOLF VILLAGE
3/2 1640SF $995 1330 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1195


2895 Centerwood Dr
3/2 1449SF $950
$500 OFF 1ST MO
$500 OFF 2ND MO

8048 Lexington
3/1 1284SF $625

2247 3rd Avenue
3/2 $775


1213 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1170


MIDDLEBURG
3904 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 1268SF $925

2685 Secret Harbor
3/2 1000SF $925


410 Condominiums
ARGYLE FOREST 2/2 TH
new cpt, paint, tile. All
apples. min to NAS Jax &
OP mall. Pool access
$750mo 771-2345 ext 224
BAYMEADOWS/9A -2yr T/H,
3/2.5, W/D, $1300mo. 1658sf.
end unit. 904-629-0157
BRAND NEW CONDO 3/2,
1157sf, Nr NAS, $950mo.
All apple 813-4155
Cedar Creek River 3/2 1st
fir, D/W. w/w carp. club
hse pool, tennis, boat
dock $900. 904-781-6616
CONDOS
8601 Beach Blvd. #1202










2BR/2BA, ground fir Condo
in Southern Grove, Gated
Access Washer & Dryer,
Water & Sewer included.
Basic cable included,
swimming pool & fitness
center $1,150.00/mo
For more informationon
this & other available rental
properties, please contact
Debbie Manucy,
Property Manager
904-521-4777
dmanucy@comcast.net



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vollyball tennis, 11 ml
from NAS JAX $1200
904-803-4287
904-264-1239


ARUNGTON/SOUTHSIDE
8114 Naranja Dr. 3/2 $1250
12003 Saverlo Lane 3/2 $1200
1353 Grove Park Rd. -1/2 Off Rent 3/2 $1200
4708 Trevi 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
1922 N. Pearl St. 4/2 $1000
7701 Timberlin Park #537 2/2 $1000
3706 Oaks Plantation Dr. 3/2.5
2639 Devonwood Rd. 3/1.5
1977 Riverbluff Rd. 3/1
8039 Parental Circle 2/1 55
ST. AUGUSTINE
1050 Bella Vista Blvd. #132 2/2 $1125
SAN MARCO
1662 Flagler Ave. 3/2 $995
1664 Flagler Ave. apartment 1/1 52S
1707 Flagler Ave. apartment 2/1 $750
ORANGE PARK
6005 Bermuda Dr. 1/2 off rent 3/2 $1200
WESTSIDE
8723 Tristan Dr. 3/2 $1100
8049 Lamb CL 4/2 $900
2874 Green St. 2/1 $650
805 Cone St. 2/1 95
4157 Autrey Ave. 3/2 $975
YULEE
308 Edwards St. 4/2 $1250
NORTHSIDE
1734 Shore View Dr. 4/2 $1600
13648 Canoe Ct. -Victoria Lakes 4/2 $1375
1463 Biscayne Bay New 3/2.5 $1200
1429 Biscayne Bay New 2/2.5 1115
1443 Biscayne Bay New 2/2.5 $1100
13251 Acree Road 3/2 $950
10644 Pinholster Rd. 3/2 $950
3104 N. Myrtle Ave. Commercial n/a 910
11217 Vera St. 3/2 900
2368 Wilmont Ave. 3/1 $825
5630 Calvin Ave. 3/2 $825
10217 Briarcliff Rd. 3/1 $825
1261 Wainwright Dr. 3/1 $800
1362 W. 14th St. 2/1 $525

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420 Houses
'420 Unfurnished

AVONDALE sm 3/1, ch/a,
no pets, $500 dp, $800
mo, 904 387- 9797
BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
renov., no pets, n/s
$1200 mo+dep 923- 0111
BAYMEADOWS 3/2.
renov., no pets, n/s
$1200 moudep 923-0111
CF & NAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Refs Req 778- 2897
EASTSIDE -3/2 CH&A, HUD
OK. $700mo. 1534 Pasco St
Leggett Realty 396-3212
S' FLEMING ISL. 3/2.
S 2car gar. grntub,
I t lanai, 2002sf,
$1350m. Discount
long term lease
808-620-1719
FLEMING ISLAND PLANT
New Rental!!! 3/2. 1531
sf, $1145/mo 334. 3845
Fleming Isl Plant. 1 stry
4/2 2c gar. $1565.2stry
5/4 3c gar $2275.+a l
amenities 278-8330
Flem Isl RTO New twnhm
1643sf. garage, rent crd
avail. $1225mo. 233- 3070
Flem Is PI 4/2, w/d, appi,
A+ schls, amenit, $1375
+ dep 904-264-7860
Fruit Cove 4/2 +ofc. scrn
prch Irg yd commpooL001.
ake Cunningham $1350
+ dep. 904-434-0906
GRANDIN LAKE FRONT,
2/2, appls. incl. $875mo
+dep. 386-684-4586
Green Cove Springs- Off
US 17, brand
new,3/2,1950sf,2 car
garkitchen appl.fenc
yrd,$1200mo.First 2
weeks free.$1000 dep.
695-4363 or 387-4151
Green Cove Springs
BRAND NEW HOMES !
Silver Creek
Three bedroom Models
to choose from $975 & up
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Green Cove Springs
Asbury Downs
3332 Citation Drive
3/2 1676SF $1025
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Hyde Grove 3/2.5+Den,
2000sf, nice area yd svc,
nr schls $1195. 2782300
ICW/SAN PABLO 3/2 /2,
2200SF, beautiful mod-
ern. $1575m 221-5217
ICW
12615 Stockwood Lane
3/2 $850
CUTE PATIO HOME!!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ICW 3/2, 1600sf, 2 car
par bit in '01, lawn svc
incld. $1250mo. Avail
Now 904-813-1768
JAX BCH 3/1.5 Remod.
fnc bkyd, 1215 15th Ave N
$1350m. 904-813-8838
JCP, 3/2 .5.1car, TN,
1463sf, ly/o. all appi,
$1100m. 151 Southern
Bay. 904-333-1379
JCP TH 3/2.S/lcg, 1650 +
sf, amenities incl'd,
$1150 mo 219-0774
KERNAN 4/3 New, LR, DR,
FR, 2Story. no pets,
$1535. A P RIty 724-3929
LakeShr Bd 3/2 gar apple
wood pvt dr $1000mo
+dep. no pets 387-3753
Mandarin
10070 Hawks Hollow
3/2 1645SF $1015
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Mandarin
11290 Southbury Place
3/2 1709SF $1025
Available Late June!!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MANDARIN -4/2,
| fenced yard, fplc,
pets ok, close to
NAS $1,150. lyr
lease avail. July 1
268-3619 334-1962
MANDARIN Bartram4/3,
3car gar, lakefront, SS
appi, granite, central
vac. Etc. $1950m+dp.
Avail Now! 904-285-2476
MARIETTA spacious liv-
Ing 3/2 fend yd, quiet
st. 7929 Stuart St.
$850mo. Call 695-2150


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420ft Houses
420 Unfurnished

MIDDLEBURG
Whisper Creek Subdivision
1290 Highfield
3/2 1268 SF $1150
LARGE FENCED YARD!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
NORTHSIDE -2/1, CH&A
gar, $575mo. Call
651-7422 ask for Dale
Northslde
2247 3rd Avenue
3/1 $775 per month
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

NORTHSIDE
BRAND NEW HOME
2870 Centerwood Dr N
3/2 1S40SF $985
$300 OFF
1ST MONTHS RENT!
FEDERATED MGMT.





RAND NEW HOMES!



GROUP


Northside
Creekside Bend New Hm
2847 Centerwood
3/2 1449SF $965
$500 off 1st Month
$500 off 2nd Month
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Northside
CREEKSIDE BEND
NEW HOME
2997 Centerwood
3/2 1449SF $975 6 months
of cable included
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Northside
Sheffield Oaks
Subdivision
3440 Brahma Bull Circle N
4/2 1745SF $1075
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
N'SIDE 3/1, new apple. &
cpt, 10249 Haverford Rd.
No pets, $850m. 307-7332
O.P. WATERFRONT
3/1.5, ingr pool,
D jietski ramp, boat
dock, Ig Fla Rm,
carport, 2 porches, fncd
yd, $1075mo + dep. H
04-282-3195. C
904-210-4495 (PCS)
0. P4/2. kit, LR, big cor-
ner lot, fen yd, no pets,
$900mo $900dp 813-8258
OAKLEAF NEW,
Lease to Purchase 3/2,
$1250m. 904-465-1917
OP/OAKLEAF 4/2 New.
Fridge. W/D, Avail Now!
$1295m. 264-1425
OP- 3/2, inground sprklr
sys, comm pool, 2car
gar $1025 301-904-4221
OP New Spencer Isl 4/2.5
Call owner, AvI Now
$1295m. 407-247-1439
Orange Park
2654 Malibu
3/2 1084SF $750
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Orange Park
Knightsbridge Subdivision
5019 Fulham
2/2 1084 SF $625
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Orange Park South
1951 Calusa Trail
3/2 1475SF $950
LARGE FENCED YARD!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Orange Park South
1776 Farmway
3/2 1395SF $800
FENCED YARD!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ORTEGA beautiful 3/2
home wd firs, frml LR &
DR Ig yd on quiet St.
$1500mo. 561-262-5357
PACE ISLAND Gate
comm., 4/2, LR, FR, DR,
Fpl. $1400mo 269-5460
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2.5
1800sf $1050mo. Gentry
Prop. 285-7236 285-1725
PVB/Fiddlers Marsh 3/2,
2cgar, comm pool/ten.
$1475m. 352-514-1848


420n Houses
420 Unfurnished

R'SIDE 2bd/lba house
sublease. $750 avail.
8/1. Call 982-9858
REGENCY AREA 2/2, 2 car
gar. WD, Fpl, $950mo
950 dep no pets no
smkg 904-415- 2857
REGENCY DAMES
tL PT AREA- 3/2. 2 car
iJgar brand new
alarm system,
minutes from regency
Mall Zoo and Airport
$ 1150 382-1758
SAWGRASS ON LAKE 2/2.
deck & dock, huge liv-
ing area, $1200. Rent
Sources 981-9191
Southslde
2277 Redfern Rd 3/1 $950
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
SOUTHSIDE 2BR/ 1BR, dbl
insulated windows, Ig
fncd lot, 997-9702
Southside
3910 Grand Central Place
3/2 1441 SF $1025
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Southside
5811 Atlantic Blvd #185
2/2.5 1042SF $750
$250 off the 1st Mo RENT!!
BOAT SLIPS ON RIVER!!!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Southside
7801 Pt. Meadows Dr#3307
2/2 1200SF $1100
Pool included in lease!!!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
SOUTHSIDE BRAND NEW
TWNHSE 3/2.5, gar,
1600sf, $1250 673-4884
SOUTHSIDE near Tinsel
Town 3/2.5 TH nature
views, gar. $1480. Rent
Sources 981-9191
SPRINGFIELD, 3/2 1500 sf,
$850. Licensed RE Agent
642-1759 or 635-2488
S'S 3/2, Lg fncd yd,
$995+dep.7051 Diamond
Head. 287-9165/728.0361
S'slde adorable 2/1
ch&a. new cpt, tile, pnt,
etc. w/d hu, big yrd,
e n c 1 c g a r
A+schools, no pets,
$850+dp. convenient to
anywhere. Open House
12-4p 509-4411
ST. JOHN'S 4/2, open
plan, $1250. Call
904-819-5843; 434-8809
ST. JOHNS CO. -Stone
Hurst Subdv off 210,
new home, 4/2, 1673sf,
2 car gar. 219-1276
ST. JOHNS CO. -Stone-
hurst Subdv. off 210,
new 4/2. 1963sf, 2 car
gar, $1450 904-535-3307
ST. JOHNS CO. brick 3/2
on 28ac lake, quiet street
$1350mo. 287-2629
St. Johns County
FLORENTINE SUBDIVISION
BRAND NEW HOME!
354 Van Gough
3/2.5 1937SF $1100
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ST. JOHNS Florentine
beautiful 3/2, brand
new, $1600mo. Call
434-8424 904-887-9691;
O ST. MARY'S RENTAL
2br/2ba, garage, pool
Vl-access, 4 mi from
Kings Bay NSB, avail.
6/6/05. PCS $550/mo.
Call 912-882-6427
WATERFRONT
3br/1.5BA.
Singround pool,
L jetski ramp, boat
dock, Ig Florida room,
carport, 2 porches,
fenced yard $1075mo +
1025 dep.H904- 282-3195;
C 904-210-4495 (PCS)
WESTSIDE
1005 Legay Ave, 3/2,
$1100/mo. 887-1535
Westslde
5323 Comanche
2/1 900SF $650
NEW RENOVATED!!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

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

Westslde
SPRING TREE VILLAGE
New Construction Hms!!
1278SF-13855F
Starting at $895
FREE RENT w/12 mo lease
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westslde
WALKERS HAMLET
New Construction HmsI!
9521 Watershed Drive
3/2 1278SF $895
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
Westin Subdivision
4495 Loveland Pass Dr E
3/2 1565SF $950
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
W'SIDE & N'SIDE
2&3bdrms $600 $1250
Rent Sources 981-9191
W'SIDE 4/2 near Trinity
Nice area, ready 6/15,
$1050m. 757-0775
YULEE 4/2.5 2200SF, 3/4
acre, hwd firs, Fpl,
$1350 904-261-5550

425 Manufactured
Homes

MIDDLEBURG -140 FOx-
tail Ave. 3/2, $650.
avail 7/1 954-260-4992

430 Roommates
Bay Meadows
Area-3/2,$500mocall
307-2922
LOOKING FOR grad
student/professional
roommate. 1 Br in
upscale 3 br condo.
Only roommate is
owner. Other rooms
furnished. DW. W/D,
pool, clubhouse w/gym.
scrnd patio, hi spd
internet, assigned
parking, convenient to
HNF, Florida Coastal,
Beach, and downtown.
$750/mo obo.
813-786-0945
N'SIDE- Bachelor will
discount rent for some
sewing. John 766-8713
OP 2 Story hse w/pool.
Also home near OP Mall.


430 Roommates

OP- 3/2 home M/F Seeking
prof., non smoker, male .
Inground pool, near NAS &
OP mall. $375mo.+ 1/3 Utl.
904-424-2533
OP Room in 4/2.5 Pool
Home. No pets, $375m.
Prof. fern pref'd 276-0055
r OP Room in home with
r private bath $350mo.
ncls utils. 904.213.0393
OP Share 3/2 home.
$300mo+1/3 utils + dep.
Call 213-1260
SOUTHSIDE BLVD. single
female to share 3br
hse. Call 904- 755 8224,
SOUTHSIDE -Fernm. NS, to
share nice home nr 9A,
UNF, $125wk 571-2419
S'SIDE $425m+dep incl
all util. Private
1/2ba, Pets ok 962-7779
S'slde 3/2 home, lbr &
pvt bth avail, cbl, nr
UNF/FCCJ $395 mo+ 1/2
until + dep. 641-9747
A WESTSIDE Share
W 3/2 house, furn
tt room, cable & WD.
6 miles to NAS Jax.
IncI utils $350 w/$50
dep. Prefer no
drinking/NS. Will disc
for military 783-2220.
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
Cbl, ph, w/d, all util incl.
$100wk+sec dp 962-3338

435 Rooms
to Rent

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

ATL. BEACH close to
Mayport Navy Base,
$400 mo 372-9735
OP Efficiency, furn, sm
refrig, microwave,
cable off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 mo
Avail now Call 215-9416
4, ROOMMATE
WANTED -to share
3 br house. 10 min
from Mayport.
$600mo, utils pd.
Call 904-449-6395
S'POINT- Mature indv.
furn room, util pd, $100
dep $90wk 737-8505

SBeach/
40 r Vacation/
Resorts
LAKE HAMPTON good
swimming, fishing, AC,
porch wkly $275.
352-473-8981
LAKE HOUSE 4/2.5 ch&a.
6 acres, 400' on lake,
dock, 731- 3837, See at:
www.vacationhomes.com #14366
SNC MTNS Maggie
n Valley, 1 bedrm
Cottage $55,000
828- 926-1809
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $695wk.
352-376-9644 WWW.
oldcity.com/oceanfront
OCEANFRONT-S. Jax Bch
1/1 Beautifully furn.
$1600m. 904C881- 5793




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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
2200 sq.ft two story building
0.76 acre lot, fully fncd, 1036
East 21st St (904)739-5872
MIDDLEBURG 1+ acre
fen'd, job site trailer, 2
offices, recep area,
restroom, partial kit,
for lease, $1500mo
office equip for sale
904-406-2913
NR 295/ 110 -fncd. ok
small trucking, con-
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NW JAX 1900sf, ch/a,
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904-777-6367
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Clark at 904-886-7364.

515 Office Space
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ARL Professional Ofc
Space 495sf up took sf
Grt Rates! 800-871-3386
AVONDALE 774 SO. FT.
Multi- User Office Space
Waterfront Property.
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BLENDING BLVD-1723
Unit 106.720sf, $650m.
904-277-7056
DOWNTOWN office
space for rent includes
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area, reasonably priced,
call David @ 598-0900 for
more details.
HIDDEN HILLS, New
office park. INDIV. OFCS
or full suite/1126 sf.
$375+/mo. 904-874-7922
PONTE VEDRA
SAWGRASS VILLAGE
Upstairs corner office
with great view. Approx
1500sf. Sub-let, 2k plus
tax, 797-7770
PROF OFC BLDG- 2 units
up to 4,000sf avail.
Turnkey, best deal in
town. San Jose 514-1090

520 Retail

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525 Retail
.55 For Rent

TINSELTOWN
On Southslde Blvd at
Touchton. 1243 sq ft.
$2500-$2900 355-6737
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Bishop Kenney HS (2)
1000SF +- $850/mo ea.
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565 Money to Lend
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710 Industrial/
STrades

AC/REF COMMERCIAL
SERVICE TECH
Min 3years experience.
Call 260-0464

AERIAL EQUIPMENT
TECHNICIANS
H&E Equipment Services.
Signing Bonus up to
$5000 for our Orlando &
Jacksonville locations.
Great wages & benefit
packages. 3 years con-
struction or aerial exp.e
req'd. Resumes to
407.905-5345 or e-mail
kraley@he- equpment.com

APT MAINTENANCE
TECH & SUPERVISOR
Exc pay, bnfts. Exp nec.
EOE/ DFWP W'slde
387-9879 OR 783-0256
CABINET FINISHER
will train person with
ability. Spray exp
helpful. Dr. Ic & own
transp. nec. Good year
round work; good
enviorn. Est'd Atlantic
Beach shop. 241-3146

CARPENTER
If you a an exp
door/trim carpenter
who would like an
oppty to advance we
would like to meet
you. The Bill Thrower
Co. is an estb shop
with a great reputa-
tion and esbt cus-
tomer base. We offer
a long term career
oppty to deal with
your peers In a sales
support function. We
Incl training, salary,
comm., auto allow-
ance & benefits Call
Jeff Novak 739-0702
or fax resume to
730-9171

FIREPLACE INSTALLER
We train you, need tools
NO fear of heights. New
home const. 509-5270
CARPENTERS & EXP
HELPERS- Resid fram-
ing exp. Transportation
a must. Apply at 3697
Crown Point Ct. Suite 2
886-3263

CARPENTERS






CMP, nc.
Well Established Co.
seeking top quality
individuals, carpenters,
framers, project man-
ager, supers, Quality
subs also welcome. Call
219-0776 509-1207

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE

CARPENTER
SUPERINTENDENT
Experienced,
References, & Honest!
(904) 642-9003
CONCRETE CREW
Curb Foreman, Crew &
Finishers needed
immed. 904-219-5793
CONSTRUCTION
CONCRETE FORM CARPEN-
TERS with experience In
High-Rise Concrete Con-
struction. ONLY Exper.
apply. 904-237-1266.

Construction Warranty
Techs FT- w/exp.
tools & transportation a
must. competitive
wages, Also need war-
rty tech helpers
626 -4294 Tom Fax
resume 641-2897

DELIVERY DRIVER
For local printing co..
Good driving record&
knowledge of Jax &
surrounding areas a
must. Class D lic.
helpful but not req. Call
Ray or Denise 262-8912
DRYWALLER/PAINTER
Must do both! Exc oppt'y
to grow. Start $13.75/hr.
Transp a must. 509-8470
DRYWALL HANGERS.
FRAMERS & FINISHERS-
TOP PAY. Call 272-5722
ELECTRICIANS Minimum
2 yrs exp. Comm. &
Residential Insurance
vac. & holidays. Call
745-5050 Ext 112


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710 S Trades

FINISH GRADE OPERA-
TORS Needed immed.
Call 904-219-5793
FITTERS & WELDERS
Needed for fab shop at
5366 Highway Avenue.
See Wayne.
FENCE
INSTALLERS
With experience.
Includes light fabrica-
tion of fence & gates.
Exc wage & benefit pkg.
Pay based on experi-
ence. VIgneaux
Corporation.
(904) 783-1600
fax 904-783-1700
FLOORING FIELD SUPERVISOR
For new constr flooring.
Carpet, tile & wood.
Must have prior floor-
ing or constr exp.
Experience = Top Pay.
Call 904-880-5306 or
Fax 904-880- 5329
INSTALLER/TECHNI-
ClAN- for estab co .
Exp In burg, fire, video
and access control.
BASA FASA. 777-4141
INSTALLER -Growing
company seeking to
expand In Jacksonville
area. Seeklngappli-
cance Installer, Minor
cabinet & counter top
exp reqd. to install
dishwashers and
other appliances..
If Interested call
1-866-726-2715 Ext. 5
INSTALLERS- with expe-
rience &trailers. Also
need exp servicemen
904-786-3400
INTERNATIONAL
BUILDING PRODUCTS
MANUFACTURER HAS
AN OPENING FOR AN
EXPERIENCED MAINTE-
NANCE FOREMAN In
their Green Cove
Springs manufacturing
facility. Individual
must have experience
in the following areas;
Electrical, Hydraulic
Systems, Overhead
Cranes, Mechanical on
Forklifts and Front End
Loaders, and experi-
ence with Concrete
Batching Equipment.
Full benefits: Med/Den-
tal,Vac, Hol, 401K, Ret
Plan. Salary
Negotiable.
Hanson Is an EEO
Employer
Please forward resume
to:
Hanson Pipe & Products
H/R PO Box 368
Green Cove Srings. FL.
32043
JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER
S & HELPERS w/exp In
resid. or comm work.
Must have valid drivers
IIc,DFWP. 384-4604
LANDSCAPE & IRRIGA-
TION LABORERS needed
for high volume Land-
scape Company in
Jacksonville area. No
experience necessary.
Pay based on experi-
ence, great benefits.
Call 352-516-6991.
LANDSCAPING,
IRRIGATION LEADER
Mgmt skill req'd. Tractor
operator, box'-blade
exp'd. Good salary &
bnfts. Pise call 284-2894
for interview. EOE



Local company seeking a
motivated and exp'd prof.
to sale wood windows,
doors custom mill work
to resid home builders in
N.E. Florida. Salary bonus
comm, auto allowance
hith ins vacation & profit
sharing. Send resume to
Molding Unlimited,
PO Box 12267, Jax Fla 32209
MAINTENANCE
For Property
Maintenance Company.
Honest, Good References
(904) 642-9003

MASON- exp grout set
brick & pre cast Ben-
efits, own transpt &
tools, 880-6727 St.
Aug 808-9970
MASONS & LABORERS-
needed tanspt a must
449-5810 or 282-6676
MIG WELDER with
mechanical exp. Good
pay & benefits Apply in
person, 4611 Dignan St.
MULTI-TRADE WORKER/
CONSTRUCTION HELPER
for General Contractor,
DI reqd, Full benefits
Call 759-9638
PAINTERS 3 yrs com-
mercial exp. req'd.
Verifiable refs. DFWP.
S. David & CO. 636-7788.


710 Industrial/
STrades

PAINTER'S HELPERS
Want to learn a trade
$8.$10/hr. Transpor-
tation a must. 696-9016

PAINTERS St. Aug. area,
pay based on exp. Call
904-448-8481: 318.3063

PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must. Call838.3827 or
Ofc. 264- 7086


S ipelayer
HlImrhan. Tailamn,
Laborers, Good
benefits health,
dental, pda olldays,
Vac 401K EOE DFWP
Apply at:
FLORfDA 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.

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
w/exp. Must have valid
drivers lic. 786-0582

POOL SERVICE TECH
for Chemical Only Ser-
vice Co. F/T no wkends.
No exp needed, will
train. CDL lic a plus but
not req'd. Drug screen.
Call Carey 636-0903

EXPERIENCED ROOFER
NEEDED ASAP. *
Exp. In all applications a
plus. Truck/Tools A Must
$18.00 an hour- Plus
Benefits. 904-219.-0745

SKID STEER OPERATORS
& DUMP TRUCK DRIV-
ERS- with experience,
good pay exc benefits
Dean Bennett Site
Contractors. 273-9200.
or 858-0262 DFWP

SKILLED TRADE JOBS
Companies in
Jacksonville are aggres-
sively seeking people
with all levels of expe-
rience for jobs in hun-
dreds of occupations.
These employers will
never know who you are
what skills you have, and
your desire to work for
one of these companies.
until you let them know
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STUCCO CREWS NEEDED
Stucco/Plastering/
Jax area. Must have own
ins, all paperwork.
Please call 954-7848804
orfax 954 788.8894
Attn: HR Dept.

For residential home
builder to install win-
dows. Call Claude
@904,64&65793 ext 111

SUB NEEDED to Install

hurricane clips & rods.
Call 904-237-0614


711 Marine
711 Trade

MARINE TRADE JOBS!
Companies In Jackson-
ville are aggressively
seeking people with all
levels of experience for
jobs in hundreds of
occupations.
These employers will
never know who you are
what skills you have, and
your desire to work for
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I SHIP REPAIR
Mayport Naval Station
Now accepting
applications for the
following:
PIPE FITTERS
PIPE WELDERS
SHIP FrrlrERS
WELDERS
SHEETMETAL
MECHANICS
OUTSIDE MACHINESTS
RIGGERS
MARINE ELECTRICIANS
*LAGGERS
Minimum 5 yrs
experience
MARITIME MECHANICAL
SERVICES
2444 MAYPORT ROAD
ATLANTIC BEACH
FLORIDA, FLORIDA
(904)241-0998


712 Mechanic


Auto Service
Technicians
Needed
For growing fleet
maintenance center.
All skill levels need
apply. Pay based on
knowledge and expe-
rience. Excellent
benefits Including
holidays and vaca-
tions.
Call 493-5253 or
803-8066
EOE/DFWP

DIESEL MECHANIC
with Industrial Mainte-
nance and Electrical
skills. Must have own
tools. 5 yrs exp. $16.00
hr. Benefits Available
EOE/DFWP
904-765-8110 x207 or 0.


w/tools, 3yrs exp,
Immed opening, good
pay, benefits & Medical
(904) 714-6400 M-F.
HEAVY TRUCK
MECHANIC
Large US Mall Contrac-
tor Jax on W/side 1509
Pickettvile Rd. 2 years
exp reqd. Top ay
(base on exp &7
Benefits Ernie 781-2245
MECHANIC NEEDED EXP.
College Automotive
Specialist 904-276-2769
MECHANICS Automotive
Salvage Yard needs
auto dismantlers.No
repair work---Just
take 'em apart!Good
pay and good working
cond .Ins and uniforms
avail Automotive exp.
and tools required.
DRUG FREE WORK PLACE
Call Brenda @ 786-1777

MECHANICS several
openings for exp mech
for a busy repair shop,
tools reqd. Apply at
Budget Automotive,
8670103rd St. 778-9900


712 Mechanic
MECHANIC JOBS!
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Children
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or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 7O0 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109.
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720 Medical
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res. 904- 387-0158
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900 University Blvd. North,
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Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Call 399-1110


737 Real Estate
CLOSER/PROCESSOR
Sought by Title Ins. Co.
Detail oriented,
self-starter. Fax/email
to (904) 280-8818 or
adam@achoicetitle.com

740 Retail
DAVID GATES GOLF
HEADQUARTERS P/T, F/T
positions open 998-9494

745 Sales
COMPUTER OPERATOR
WANTED-Must Know
EBay Selling 904-551.2025
DYNAMIC SALES
POSITIONS -Excellent
position available in
inside sales for an
individual with intense
people skills and a
strong desire to make
moneylSales experi-
ence helpful but not
necessary.please
contact Donna Ford
dford@judge.com
OUTSIDE SALES REP
Earn $45K-$60 K 1st
year. Apply at 4575 St.
Augustine Rd or fax
739-6085 or email
jley@terminilx.com
SALES ASST Natural
stone, granite & tile exp
nec. Creative, outgoing,
enthusiastic. F/T 8:30-
5pm. benefits. Beaches
oc. Ask for Mr. Johnson
at BelmarmI 241.3407
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SALES REP: Req's Self
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skills w/comp. exp.
General automobile
knowledge is pref.,
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First year potential is
$65-$90k. Email resume
to: warren@auto-mnatch.com

747 Telemarketing

FUND RAISING for non
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bonus. Call 886-9668
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750 Technical/
Engineering
HOME AUTOMATION/
STRUCTURED WIRING
INSTALLER FOR
DISCOVERTEC.
Security/Phone/video/
audio exp pref Will
train. Fax resume
904.564-1010
Sr Electrical Eng- Comm,
Inst & Critical system
knowledge req'd- PE
preferred- possible
partial ownership.
Resume to PO Box 14809,
Jax,. FL 32238-1809
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752 Warehouse
WAREHOUSE ASST
Automotive Salvage
Yard needs warehouse
assist .Knowledge of
automotive parts req d,
To inventory and stock
used auto parts.
Ins and Uniforms
avallable.DRUG FREE
WORK PLACE Call
Brenda9 786-1777
WAREHOUSE WORKER
needed. Requires some
physical labor. Contact
Jimmy Simmons at
904-268-1818 ext. 232
between 8 and 4.
WAREHOUSE WORKERS
S.E. Atlantic Beverage,
seeks Forklift Drivers &
Night Loaders. Requires
forklift exp. Loader
handpicks 1500-3000
20-50 Ibs cases per
night. Pass a drug &
written tests. Exec pay
& benefits! Apply 604S
Bowdendale Ave, Jax,
fax (904) 739-2501 Attn:
Warehouse or e-mail
rparker@seabev.com.

753 Security

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SECURITY OFFICER,
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work history, flexible,
and can work week-
ends, an employment
opportunity may await
you at Fox Protective
Services, Inc. with a
pay rate of up to $10.
Apply in person at 7999
Philips Hwy Ste 305,
Jacksonville, FL
904-737-4949
Drug screening req'd.
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Here today. Home tomorrow.
New Store Opening Soon!!

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1.800.7867632 x1131
Exciting opportunities for Sales professionals in
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Pre-employment drug screening is conducted.
EOEL
(614) 343-0009 (fax)
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753 Security

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$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,




755 Miscellaneous

FT M-F, Must be flex.,
exc.pay & benefits.
Apply 9450 Phillps Hwy
Suite 4A
CEMETERY GROUNDS



904-727-9747
Childcare Director w/
workers. Call 298-2043
DANCE INSTRUCTORS
We train, no exp nec
make $300-$600/wk
Call 262-7604
DEUVERY/
YARD PERSON
for portable buildings
LARK PORTABLE
BUILDINGS, INC
6461 Blanding Blvd
Jacksonville, Florida
32244
(904)771-4106
Mon-Sat 7:00am-5:00pm
FT PT POSmoNS AVAIL
Must be mechanically
inclined. SNACK BAR
position avail. Must be
18yrs of age.
Apply in person Bowl
America, O.P. 361 Blan-
ding BIvd Orange Park,
Florlda ,

for Government Con-
tractor at Naval Station
Mayport. Applications
may be filled out online
at www.kira.com. Our
team offers competi-
tive salaries & an exc.
bnfts pkp. EOE & Drug-
Fax resumes/ applica-
tions to (4 92
or (904)247-9879; e-mail
Ithompsongkira.com
HOUSE CLEANERS
Needed.C Car/ins
required. Must have
clean background. F/T
exp required. 730.7201


To perform general
housekeeping and light
Janitorial duties at
Southslde facilities. Exp.
In healthcare setting pref,
FT w/benefits. Rotates
weekends.

or mall resume to
RBuS, Human Resourcesl
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (Ith. Floor)

For directions ext 202.
Fax resumeto 743-5109.

IRRIGATION SERVICE
TECH $12-$20 hr. Valid
DL & 1 yr exp. 813-9199
JANITORIAL -F/T P/T


KENNEL AS.T-W/exp.
Busy S'side Miramar
Animal Hospital 737-0403
LABORERS WANTED
$8.50/hr. Must have
dependable transpor-
taion. Plenty of work.
Call 904.568 4331 or
904-614.9176
LAWN SPRAY TECH Clean
Hol. Call 288,8494
MAGNOUA POINT
COUNTRY CLUB
Is expanding again &
hiring for the following
positions Landscape
/golf course, pool
mainto or general handy
person B staff.
all 269-A9276 Ext. 2
MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR
exc benefits. Some
travel req. 783-0256 or
fax resume 783-8268
EOEa, DrFWP

needs lic'd male for on
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755 Miscellaneous
PAINTER'S HELPERS
Want to learn a trade
$8.$10/hr. Transpor-
tation a must. 696-9016
SERVICE PERSON
To set up and maintain
equip on constr. sites.
Detailed paperwork,
must have a good
driving record. Benefits
provided. Start $9.20/hr
An EEO Employer.
1241 Haines Street
Call 904-350-6888.
SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC
Exp'd for Government
Contractor at Naval
Station Mayport.
Applications may be
filled out online at
www.kira.com. Our
team offers competi-
tive salaries & an exc.
bnfts pkg. EOE & Drug-
Free workplace.
Fax resumes/ applica-
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or (904)247-9879; email
lthompson@kira.com
WANTED Healthy
retired military person
to work 8:15-4:00 Mon.,
Thurs., & Fri. and some
weekend events at the
Garden Club of Jack-
sonville, Inc. Work is
primarily event set-up
and restoration. Call for
appt to apply in person
904-355-4224

760 Part-Time

DEMONSTRATORS
BOARS HEAD
Do you have a selling
attitude? $9.oo00/hr +. We
need your smile
Fri-Sun to promote
Premium products in
Super Markets near you
Apply at 2758 Dawn Rd.
SS sde. 904-730-5007
SECRETARY for constr.
Co. Flexible hrs.
Salary neg. Fax 260-3344

815 Business
Services

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

830 Child
830 Care
CHILDCARE
in my Mandarin
4 home. Full time or
daily.
Call Miss October for
interview. 904.268-6210
or.904-476-8584
CREATIVE PRE-K
S PROGRAM, Arts,
Crafts Easy Routine.
Off Collins near Gate.
Vicinity of Argyle &
Schindler. 20yrs exp.,
Ref's. 904-908-5418
SIN HOME CHILD
CARE- openings
avail on base
Please call
912-576-6412
W'side/OP Area
mother of 2 can babysit
4U anytime! Meals, fun
and more! 772-1089

ass Financial/
855 Accounting

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870 Lawn Service-
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Serving North Clay Co.
exc. service. Mil/senior
disc. Call 904.449-8345

894 Massage
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Beaches, Downtown,
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900 Antiques
902 Appliances
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902 Appliances 905 Articles 928 Electronics 955 household 955 Household
For Sale Furniture Furniture.
GE upright freezer G e s 24" TOSHIBA TV-VCR/
$150 OBI tnwo race 2- seatn DVD New In Box $425 Antique Bassett Dinning (0 ROLL TOP DESK-
tbder window air l udluxe canopy 060 703-4626 set early 1900's Mahoo T $90, Oak teachers
cond0itiones 5000 stroller $30.00; w/brass handles0$1500 de sk $t50; TV
BT $7conditioneh00 pack-n -play with HomeTheatreFeaturing obo. Antique piano cabinet15.OOOak
729-2BTV $75 each call bassinet $20, tricycle 47"PanasonicProL. T.V. works great $150. wardrobecabinet $50
729-2724 $5.00 many other items /Sony Surround/VCR/ Organ $50; 8 contem- 912-882-2942
4 K INFANT available call 923-4881 DVD/ BOSE Speakers porary designer fabric
S IFEAT-GracNo $1750. OBO. 703-4626 dinning chairs, like new , ROLL TOP DESK
Exc cond, 6 mo's HOME THEATER AUDIO 170O.O $450; 2 cream green .$90; Oak Teachers
old, Tan, green and SYSTEM 7 pcs w/DV. 0. MOBIL DJ MIXER- chairs $50; 2 wicker 7d 0esk $50; TV
black, all papers $40 $100 obo. Call before T and 2 (CD) players chairs $50; 287-2726 Cabinets $15; Oak
573-0254 6pmR 379 2093 in DJ case, plug wardrobe cabinet $50;
5/3 and play Karaoke BED-AAA BARGAIN 912-882-9242.
KENMOREDRYER t M A S O N I C & wheels $600 call
works good! EASTERN AFRICAN 912-673-6388 BRANDNEWINPLASTIC SOFA & CHAIR, 4pc. BR
S cond. cond. $50. W ART PRINTS You Queen $120 King $145 Set w/mattress. Both
912-510 8905 m u s t s e e to 0 MOBILE DJ MIXER & Mem. Foam From $340 for $700. 904-860-6775
believe! Call rim (2)CD PLAYERS inD
KENMORE FREEZER 904-778 2464 aJ Case plus and Sofa & Love seat black
LikeVnew upright play kareoke on Bed Luxury Firm Qn w/multicolored pil-
L$ 1 5 0 o b Maternity clothes w h e e I s $ 6 0 0 Pllowtop mattress et lows. Both for $575.
oKirgslancd GA. in various sizes all 912-673-6388 Neww7 yr warranty 79rsold.g2d
912-729-5904 call after 3 6 Houtfits $6.00 or less ,m m D ri & 334-8573 can Del $199 will emal pictures.
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Kenrea r352NerwheelJeep also avi- 2 (CD) Players in DJ
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bought in 5/05. like karaoke on wheels T sleigh bed head- I ld e world map
new, $200. ea. 247 4187 MATERNITY KHAKI $600; Call 912.673-6388 w board footboard 'l. design,2 green2and
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M MI aWAVE OVEN nts, skirts. ne PIOneEEm uJM se antique copper finish coffee table. Excellent
i$50; GE.8cu.ft800 l f Mixer, must see Gorgeous yr old $100 condition $500.
1)watts, 1 touch whitsetlof maternity wand hear $300. 912-729-1225 771-8930.
convenience pads. whites. $100 takes al. 2912-673-6388 771-8930.
Day 904,Y908-1564; night 992-8556 42OFO VE8SEw
904542-3611. Men's 26 Beach SPEAKERS (2) 4 way BEDROOM 4 PC SET $298 Black with M ulti-
9 n0E454i2l3 el. Ra Mln's&"Bacu- 9i Fl0 n ag 2 PcSofa&Chair0From$298- colored pillows. 7
RANGE Whirlpool 30" cruisericycle o ne k P PcOakDinetteFrom$118 years old, good
electric, self cleaning, Huff$15.00,2 computer 50. Mhz 3PcQnSimmonsBd $198 condition. Both for
$75. Call 292-0365 Honda3"tiresonRm entiumw/Cwriter&17 PcSealy TwinBed $129 $575. Will e-mail pic-
Stove $200refrig- P175-70-R13 $25.00 in monitor $200. Call Linda 3Rm 18PcCondo Pkg$998 tures.Call997-8731.
e er a to r $13 5f0 ; 781-6222 904-287-8432 VCR's From $20
mr ave $30: 20" Color TV's From $75 SOLAR PANELS for
kitchen light fix MEN'S BLACK Fruits/ $25 I 6 2 yrs ols.
COWBOYBOOTS,Size 93swimming
less $k1 .0 etr Uktrlz 935 X CORT MPUEARACESENTERhS |T 1.
92-76812.aiNever.worn. $50o. Vegetables COR 4CLEARANCE9CENTER $1200, sell for $300;
904233 7682 call 912-576-313 396-9000 OCall 904- 642 2936or
SUZUKI VL1SOO SPECIAL SALE on #2 BEOOM S blk 904-699-4505
Burg undy & golds, SOTP-SHARE LRG,2 Peaches. $5.00while they gloss dresserw/ kTABEglass, like
9250 m6, cruise, STbRY HOUSE nr last. GA 912.6472787 mirror night stands, new, with four black
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ipes custom saddle Boxx.. Cable N Mrd arire, $0.i chairs. Call for more
ags, $7000 Cal phone inc'd $325 + AlQ AC/Heat/ must see 642-3575 4 info. $200obo.
912-673-6388 until's, Also cozy home M Fuel BOX & MAI-RESS SE 904-529-1586
Wash/Dryer + Upright near OP Mal Express- Qn Size. In Plastic. $120 TASK CHAIR, Ver-
Freezer -exc cod. 612-6646 rent A/C12,000 BTU (904)6740405ticleAdjustable,
Freezer4ex9cond.6 16used only 3-4 XI)' (5)Caster Wheels.
$125ea 904-797-3PRO SPORTonths. $190. CallS A BUNK BEDS- Loft Dark blue fabric.
SWASHER/ DRYER FITNESS CLIMBER 904-269-9542 system ts efd up Comfortable. Like new
SET -Kenmore, exc Call Kim 904-778-2464 __ I J" carate furniture $9. Firm. 268-2482
2I0 0cond, will deliver,. with lnadder$200 _or
-like new. $250 Radio Airplanes & Build- 945 Garage call 904-277-2849
Call 994.0100 ing Equipment. $275 w Sales please leave msg 965 Medical
WASHER/DRYER 904-298-0384 912-573-5800
Wm SET r /d R G SALTWATER TLANTIC BCH. ro CHINA CABINET- Bed Craftmatic Adj. twin
I L904.994-0100 t Lj galw/wet/dry \iSat/Sun lOa-3pm. E & rfe l teruvlste rilierr, Mostly new stuff, Cherry finish $450 new $400. obo 716-9485
WASHER &DRYER Norge, protein skimmer, light, some tools, etc. NO beautiful detailing, Call
heavy duty, 221b., exc cabinet and canopy, KIDS STUFF... 912-227-0930 ELECTRIC WHEEL CHAIR,
cond,$100ea. 642-3575 $400n542-3455 ext 117 ATL BCH 9-12 Sat, 0 COMPUTER DESK & mirrors, never used
WASHER & DRYER SALTWATER Seminole Rd. Ift on 20th T CHAIR Very good $00 obo. 724-5488
Also 245-7010 7 AQUARIUM 75 gal- St. rt on Selba Madera cond. $75. 805- 8512 -
w Alsoi245-70R17 x 'lon, with wet/dry Ct. couch games chn 886-0534 Iv msg.
stock Dodgetires filter, UV sterilizer, h'hold good, art, tri SCOOTER-Golden Eagle
less then l000mi. $150 protein skimmer, aod, X projector & 5 COMPUTER DESK with with swingaway elec
912-576-5372 cabinet & canopy $400 E is hutch woodgrain $200. lift, accessories, mint
A WASHER&DRYER OEagle Harbor, Moving 4all Linda cond, new $7500, sale
SWhirlpool WASHER, s 5--0 Samle HapmSo in. 904-287-8432 $2800. Call 646-1128
duty, extra large; e tional, 3 recliners fold Musical
DRYER 4 cycle, 3 tem- tL912-673 7565. GREEN COVE Fri&Sat 8-3 downtable. Excellent 970 Merchandise/
perature, heavy duty, 103 Park St.; Take US 17 down Exellen t 970 Merchandise!
extra large $350 for SLOT MACHINE -Vegas S L on Park just S. of paid $2500. Must sell Services
pair. Call after 5pm. style console unit "The Rich's BarBQue. $700. 904-568e6829l
(904)745-0994. Haywire Nickel Slot", ve-Hue Sale DRUM HARDW2 ARE
uses real $, good cond, Green Cove-Huge Sat Ole!co -Call
,. WASHER for sale. works great, enter- at 454 S Vermont St Off Couch reclining & Yamaha Assorted Call
/ Roperly/o. tainment use only ofSR16, Sat 06/18and rocker-reclinersetDk foritem list. 422-0173
B10 ?r. F0-8459Ex1000ami4a r Sun 06/19. &7am to 2p bllentcond.
$100 $1000 obo. 545-0950 Sun 06/19. 7am to 2pm oth90615085 Drum Set Percussion
SSPA -35 person, JAX BEACH Moving Sale! c Plus 5 pc. Set com-
Articles 35jets, cover Furn, h'hold, books. .0. Crib and mattress d Io pete with cymbals
S r les w/lift. warranties, clothes, classroom 347 T excel cond. neu- and seat 11/2 years
Forale in etal StAugustine Blvd. 8-2 trial color. $200. old like new $175
2 7 $4500 ing.$ rdal A ed2000 00 e$8obo. Call 882-2647 912-8827252
(Dobble pane 714-1313. JCP -Multi Family Fri
lass) build a hot only 8am. 824 Bugle Curio Cabinet, solid GUITAR -Fender strat
P -5 Person 3Sl a tjets Ranch Way T Oak. Hall Tree, '04. (Mexican) Fender
41.ouseS0SH 19"X43" SPA 3 Person 35 ets anc y Excel cond. $150. frontman 25R amp
glass $250.00 or cover w/lift steps MANDARIN Bargains 904-215-5357 Digitech Effects pedal.
$ 1 0 0 0 e a c h warrentie4s moving galore huge sale St. Mint, pd $575. asking
912 -729 -8904 or retail $4500. sell $2000. Joseph Catholic Center DIINIG ROOM SET, $350 472-6856
912-673-1897 obo. 904-714-1313 11600 St. Augustine Rd. ., living room set,
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A weekly look at the automotive market


uan SCdnladn/peuldi


Dodge


makes it


easy to hail


this cab

By Dan Scanlan
Special
Y u've got to love Dodge.
Back in 1997, when it intro-
duced its first "compact" pickup,
everybody knew the new Dakota was-
n't really that small.
It was the hometown bully among
the little Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, Isuzu
and Nissan trucks, offering a V-6, more
interior room and a longer cargo bed
than the rest. The result was it made a
popular niche for itself.
Sure enough, the storytelling was
over by 1997 when Dodge decided its
slightly bigger truck deserved to insti-
tute a new class, called mid-size
trucks.
Now Dodge has done it again, joining
the rest of the pickup truck builders in
following the "bigger-is-better" dictum.
The second-generation Dakota's 115.9-
inch wheelbase and 193-inch length
weren't enough in a world where
everyone else's compact truck was
growing. So the redesigned 2005 model
Dakota is now the largest mid-size
pickup in the market, with the only V-8
in its class.
By the numbers our Dodge Dakota
SLT Club Cab was 218.8 inches long,
with a 131.3-inch wheelbase, 230-hp V-
8 and up to 7,000-pound towing capaci-
ty. That is 3.7 inches longer, much of it
ahead of the front axle to provide
added crush space for improved impact
performance. The bumpers also are
extended slightly farther fore and aft
to increase their protective capabilities
in low-speed impacts, while the body
has been widened 2.7 inches.
In comparison, the 2004 GMC
Canyon two-wheel-drive Crew Cab,
itself bigger than the S-10 it replaced,
had a 220 horsepower, in-line five-
cylinder engine, 125.9-inch wheelbase,
207-inch length and a towing capacity
of up to 4,000 pounds. The Toyota
Tacoma Access Cab is 208.1 inches
long, with a 127.8-inch wheelbase,
either a 164-hp four, or a 245-hp V-6,
and can tow between 3,500 and 6,500
pounds, depending on equipment.
Now, let's check out the exterior.
Dodge's last-generation Dakota truck


Dan Scanlan/special
The squared-off looks of the exterior carry
through on the gray plastic interior of the
2005 Dodge Dakota SLT.

2005 DODGE DAKOTA
CLUB CAB SLT


c at


Vehicle type
Base price
Engine type
Displacement
Horsepower (net)
Torque (lb-ft)
Transmission
Wheelbase
Overall length
Overall width
Height
Front headroom
Front legroom
Rear headroom
Rear legroom
Cargo capacity
Towing capacity
Curb weight
Fuel capacity
Mileage rating
Last word


mid-size rear-wheel-drive pickup
$21,910 (As driven $28,174)
SOHC, 16-valveV-8
4.7-liter
230 hp at 4,600 rpm
295 at 3,600 rpm
5-speed automatic
131.3 in.
218.8 in.
71.7 in.
68.6 in.
39.6 in.
41.9 in.
36.5 in.
32.1 in.
46.6 cubic feet in 6.6-ft. bed
upto 7,150 Ibs.
2,590 pounds
22 gallons
15 mpg city/20 mpg highway
A mid-size truck that can handle
some big size truck duties.


and Durango SUV shared a lot in their
exterior and interior design, but that
isn't the case now. The latest Durango,
introduced in 2004, gets a Dodge Ram-
style rounded grille and fender shape.
The Dakota goes all angular with the
face it presents to the world, starting
with a squared-off power dome hood
with a sharp character line at its outer
edges, before the angular fenders
begin. The headlights are boxy in
shape, framing the big rectangular
chrome grille with trademark Dodge
crosshairs over a faceted chrome and
black front bumper with inset fog
lights on the matte black lower section.
The front fenders tuck in at the doors,
then the rear fenders flare out like
semi-stepsides, ending in stacked twin-
cylinder taillights reminiscent of some
recent Dodge concept trucks, with a
chrome steel and rubber step bumper
and wide tailgate. The chrome five-
spoke wheels wear P275/60R17-inch
Goodyear Eagle RS-A radials. Fit and
finish on the body was fine.
Inside, one change from last year -


our Club Cab model (front bucket seats
and forward-facing rear jump seats
accessible via rear-hinged access doors)
is now the base model, with a Quad
Cab (four doors and seating up to six)
the only other body style. Both live on
the same wheelbase, the cargo bed
length the only difference.
Hop inside, an easy leap since our
rear-wheel-drive model's gray cloth
bucket seat was about rump height,
and you face an angled gray plastic
design centering on a tilt-adjustable
four-spoke steering wheel facing bright
pewter plastic-trimmed gauges (120-hp
central speedometer/7,000-rpm tach on
the right and gas and temperature on
the left) that glow a greenish-white at
night. That wheel has integrated
cruise-control buttons, but no stereo ,
remote buttons (an option).
The heated cloth bucket seats were
firm, supportive and very comfortable,
the driver's seat getting six-way power
seat bottom adjustment, manual lum-
bar support and manual seat rake
adjustment.
If the front seats were comfortable,
the rear seats were marginal, even for
our 10-year-old, who said the seat
backs were bolt upright, the padded
head restraints too hard, and toe room
minimal under the front passenger
seat.
The rear jump seats folds up to offer
30 cubic feet of storage, an increase of
4 cubic feet and useful for a grocery
store run. Our Club Cab gets a 6-foot,
6-inch bed with tie-downs and a cargo
light. The Dakota Quad Cab features a
5-foot, 4-inch bed. Both can be had
with a sliding rear window. But we did-
n't like the over the left shoulder visi-
bility when trying to merge, thanks to
the thick B pillar and roof-mounted
shoulder belt support that limited our
view.
Under the hood, Dakota owners can
get a standard 3.7-liter Magnum V-6
with 210 horsepower and 235 pound-
feet of torque; a 4.7-liter, 230-hp V-8, or
a new 4.7-liter High Output Magnum
V-8 with 250 horsepower and 300
pound-feet of torque. Our 2,300-mile-
old test truck had the middle engine
with a five-speed, column-mounted
automatic. It didn't feel like a V-8,
barely squeaking the rear tires when
unloaded as it got to 60 mph in a very
average 9 seconds on dry pavement
with smooth shifts. But with the
engine and gearing, this mid-size can
tow a full-size load of up to 7,100
pounds not too shabby.
New coil-over-shock front suspension
and a new hydroformed and fully
boxed frame, plus a new front and rear
suspension do make the Dakota's high-


way rider comfortable, although we
had some bounce over rippled roads.
On-road handling was fine for a pick-
up, with predictable understeer in
turns and some body lean. The power
steering had a nice, direct feel, with
adequate power assist. The front
disc/rear drum brakes had the optional
ABS, and offered solid stops when we
tested it unloaded, with a bit of nose
dive and minimal fade after repeated
hard use.
The base price of a rear-wheel-drive
Dodge Dakota SLT Club Cab is
$21,910, with standard Magnum V-6,
cargo box lamps, 16-inch alloy wheels,
AM-FM-CD stereo, a/c, power windows
and door locks, keyless remote, folding
rear seats, rear access doors and full-
size spare. Our options included heat-
ed cloth front bucket seats for $525; an
$865 option package with overhead
console with trip computer, six-way
power driver's seat and security sys-
tem; a $525 trailer towing group with
transmission oil cooler, power side-
view mirrors and heavy-duty battery;
$495 anti-lock brakes; $495 side air
bags; $1,170 five-speed automatic
transmission; $40 for the 3.92 ratio
rear axle; $785 for the 4.7-liter
Magnum V-8; $140 for the sliding rear
window; $295 for the anti-spin rear dif-
ferential; $245 for the bed liner and
$820 for the 17-inch alloy wheels and
tires. That makes the manufacturer's
suggested retail price $28,174.
Bottom line the new Dakota is a
real truck, downsized just enough for
people who need to tow or haul a bit
less and don't need a leviathan when
they need to park it in their garage or
parking spot. The bed's length is per-
fect for hauling most big stuff, the V-8
can pull up to 7,000 pounds, and you
can fit two people and lots of stuff
inside. If you need more, get a Ram,
but lose the 15-mpg city/20-mpg high-
way estimated mileage.

Dan Scanlan test-drives new
vehicles on Northeast Florida's
roads, averaging about 200 miles
of combined highway and city traf-
fic during a weeklong test. The test
vehicles are provided by the manu-
facturer according to their sched-
ule and represent a broad spec-
trum of sizes and prices. The prices
listed are manufacturer's suggest-
ed retail prices. A longer version of
this review and past reviews can be
seen on jacksonville.com's "'Autos"
link.


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e4BMW X5 44 2000 blue/reen, It brn. '6. Grey, 5 speed, 'S GE'95 r grve
Bassett Hound Pupes deeycle, 185AH, HONDA CR8SR '03 Auto Prem Pkg, CD Exc con iton, most l PL 7Kies TRUCK DEPOT 98 4x4 Eddie t KA SPRTAGE $439bo. Bobhicle

$350.or 879h386 ots, H shap, tade up to .73r536 o8371P + eotBauer, all power 5 p4. WBob 247-9532
T/Color, Shots H/cert. 4-DAGM Type, New Motocross bike, exc $31,98 371. 4728 options $3900 OBO Runsgood $600or SUPERCENTER 7lowm es' T P/L 4 dr, good
shape, traded up to 731-M5316WorD268T3710. tradeforboat +otor90900 battery brakeswillnot k cond. Low miles. DodgeCaravan'96
CHESAPEAKE BAY (904)321-0274 larger bike, must sell BMWZ3702ROADSTER Call 729-4001. bedisappointed.eran'9
RETRIEVERS, AKCreg, BUY TRAILER and 87700 3.0-27kmi, all pwr $13,500270-217-3629 or$25904270 32702998 greed cond. asking
M, 18wks $200. 1M et old boat and steptronic, immac condo, Honda Accord LX '91 ond. asking
RRE, Ce BUYTALR ND AShdow 0 toertr lookmmaccondHondaAccodLX$4600. or best offer
1M. 18wks8200. 1M lyo M get old boat and HONDAShadow1100'02 factory cert. lOOkwarCRY 4-dr, cold ac,150k mi FORD EXPEDmON '99 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR00 Call 912-510-9460
$100TanyaS-9715362 motorfree Trailer Low miles $6000 obo. $27,9009042309720$1800 $279. obo. 728-5835 or CHEVY Tahoe '99 St#5849B $9,988 LINCaONA lGATORD00 Call9120-9460
CokrSail$600 excellent 904-673-1756or2825053 v-8 2wd leatherLoaded leather, DVD,
C rSanPues. co nd. Daniel BUICK LESABRE '97 QUIS GS'96 374-7076 159K, miles exc TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 TV's, and Na, kids will DODGE RAM VAN 96
AKC, S/W. $300(% 92-9-4001, ,a HONDA SHADOW DODGE RAM VAN96
4954 912-729-4001. HONA SADOW STBUC6831C $4288 1 IOLNTOWNCAR cond $8750. Call FE love this one $17,973 ST#BUCF49A $3988
SGALAXY-91 21* [ g TOM BUSHAUTOPLE 3714877 TRUCK DEPOT Grt transportation, must 904-249-5778 2dr, black loaded, 51K, 866-35-DRIVE
S dWACV6 Al oll very fastneed CHEVY nce.$9975.rade674-4444
chrome, new BUICK LESABRE '97FPO

Chair M90 4-254 621 9 M. KAWASAKI EX 250 Buy me Saturn Vue ,4 Trailers/ obo. Dave 9045451292 Call 904-716-6495 ~ Ct ies, Exc cond
AH 99,2 M u tor cylinder, 4 20330,000 miles MERCURY GRAND SUV's CHEV TRAILBLAZER '02 topper $6500 RD NDSTAR '02
DACHSHUNDMINI S* 1 hours on motor. $tstroke 1400 miles. $14.5 sliver my / MARQUIS LS"89 rST#1349A $14,588 FORD EXPLORER SPORT w/o topper $6000. iowmi $1,975.777-9119
Adorable 6o. m ale Like new $800 Runs and looks ownerhas to ove Verygood cond.371-4877 '01Leather4x2 oaded
SO apers 904-573-2863 d$1 77217 5g CarTopCarrie. 247.$00sNknDA Runner SRS 2wd CHEVYXCAS1V62 $8992 904-321-0274 CHEVYVENTURE00
$200. V SEADOO GlLERFI 800.ood condition $2600. 904-278-8956 green tan leather ST#2051A $9988 MM /6 MITSUBISHI GALANT ES Great for vacation. $7726
EN -SH AKC '03 Only 45 hours KAWASAKI KZ0 000 new boe MERCURY GRDloMARUS traded 149K nw TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 '03. 4 loaded, out O.W.T.M. Pre-Approval
ENSBULLDOG AKC Garaged, many '76,14,000miles, $25.00call & leave MERCURYGRDMARQUIS tires KN filter good standingcond, pricedto 866-35-DRIVE
SaperSaleHafPice ex Uprde n ew tire and bat- message 77- 8120 '16 One Owner ca, s h a p e 921$ 6 5 0 0 D DlR nE Bw5UD sell now 59945. 3897700
Nealth guar-FInancing trr, $5500 firm. contact ctery orig green -, really low mileage $7747 (912)258-0921 4 SHORT BED- '2001
Pet World 262-4646 Petty Officer long. 635-7512 color stock exurst CHEVY Camaro O.W.T.M. re-Rpovalp r 89,900 mi, sport FORD '0 Nissan PU "94 new: tires.
$5500590obo4Dave /0 mi, copre Nisstoan OtTM '94 n-Aw: tir
$5500 obo. Dave reduced to 866-35-DRIVE 2004 Saturn Vue, 30 a/c. pwr seat, carpet AT, coldAC,144k ILHOUEfrE'99
remTum sound. bedliner a, pw,-Y tI $1crAm ld$300. 4432 OLD1S SI
~FREerrENrgl arem859-9334 miles. asking '.5K/ ,I MPG, loaded,CD windows,d tilt cruise mi $3200.403-2857 One family owner, lots of
Ca11771-3827 SI & RE SUZUKI DR? 4 D00E 02rt 5. 904-226-9945sSrOnefor acatiyowner,$7
Ca 7 S & L UZUK Z E MITSECULPSEGS'98.auto eather5spd mint 904277-4673 T D OLDSBRAVADA'00 oomn$7527
Free Kittens Two YACHTS t new in 10/04, no CHEVYCAMARO '98 ye lowmiles $4995. g n $5 995 DODGE Quad Cab SUPERCENTER Platnum d.$9250772897
Taby and Two time to rodemust sell ST#BUC5114E $5788 Mus call now 3881055 90F213 0467 SLT 01. V at, loaded,
Mxed Sx Weeks Jacksonville's largest $3945. Call 389 7700 TOMI BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877 MITS MIRAGE 00 4dr low nice. $11,975. 777-9119 899-0900 OLDS BRAVADA 98 Lthr
FREE ENS 10 SB & 42 Boat Tree 750 Custom Paint Job ST#F152 $8988 wont Uast$3995.338 1055 CLEAN USED CARS "uad Cab '03 HEMI see this $6995. 338-1055 Great luxury and safety

TwO Taby and two at Lambs Yacht Center ', 00C OTtwoles, ATOaL 34 2V2 -) xras for vacation trip $12,701.

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ray dsanndto 00m wohelmetswTOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371All4877216T915KMI USa2k TOW 20's FORD FISO 001
4Th1e grUsaked PartsPor lesxan an d mualL4oad PONTIACOAZTEK2'01 (904) 381-6580
and8-S 0-7722/2-11 i Omngnu18,500 $4500 l TO BUS -L g y l371A4877
Call1674- 5312 89 8BRIGHT Aqua, white $250mo. Cal1859-5820 great car $13,992 Trades
Ithr, auto 30K mi. I H220-8850Iok Pre-Approval


SFREE TO GOOD WeeksMarne387-440 $4500. 912-673-8940 prced or immediate NISSAN GXE '95 RUCK E (904) 381-6580 4X2XCAB XLtPKG SNISSAN UEST SE'04
/HOME male mixed 4 9sale, P$15 975389- pv77e400 vunwisTLtAe
Mbrd netered S. YAMAHA XLT 1200 SUZUKI VL-1500 sale. $15,975.3897700 PSPB, newtires, loant SUPERCENTER OG Grand Caravan $17,49P3r5e-rEvalSUZUKIAMRA 4X 24mi20/mp loaded,
lbredneutered YAM00uAT 0e, $2950. Must Sell u DODGE Grand Caravan $46K orig m, custom p, l,
gi'04 JETSKI. Exc. Burgundy & Gold, CHEVY Impala LS $2900 obo. Call 89 -'95 good cond, $1500. 866-35- DRiVE kayak rack, custom callopwr, 50thr.2wrty -exc
good with children c L trailor LSI 92505ml esR cr uEise Ca 8ryon 608-5
a n l oh e r an im n danla tnly T S ene5 0 2 4 d r 2 6 2- 2 3 5 6 aft e r 5 :0 0 p ro 1 b um p e r $ 2 5 0 0 3 0 7 8 9 0 3
and gotherhanimals donly.c S t Br cise. Sd 'pa4d. 262-26aor500pm Call ryon 608-5688 bumper k3 3n cond. $24,550. 221-6185
Serious inquire a se nlhtd, sn hot v er alt49 mi auto, c,

$6 1230 Supplie 22K ml, exc cond, $7900 CHEVY K '84. 0 CHEVY BLAZER LT 7 Toyota's luxuN car
GERMAN SHEPHERD Pups obo. Trades? 284-2413 4x4u62L diesel. 95 leather fully FORD RANGER XLT '01 Too ry car 13
AKC3 eay 3 rebuilt traesns, new .NISSANMAA loaded, new auto DODGE RAM 99 good Tradesok Pre.pproval, 15 Auto
S912.4223892A A Allegro MH 96 Cmlenan. 110A rt alteratr, water eST#6918A $178H8 transc 145K. Good CR iET id /Rom1r D E ao
low miles, Onan gen- pump, starter, fuel ,TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 condition $2800. kids w/dog $11,794 e lDIVE
Gean Sheherd Pups erator $25,400. bo. ump, cold A Call 819-6859 after 5 91 (904) 381-6580 HONDA ACCORD 92
Germ Rworkng0lies.ryirnice8R9-s 610-84599 lftw 5pLro.TY AL HnOc
AKC 5 males, solid black 563.1950,904-824.C3348 E9 C ap EI (904) 381-6580 Police In. $750! Listings
Germ working lines, G 9 41resRlms rowm, need to see this CHEVY C3500PU' 98 TRUCK DEPOT a V800-74i 8116 kn n x7327r
$500 ea. MJeSupGa. CRASTEATRTAL C-a P225/75 R15 SIX L4 CHEVY LUMINA- ne$4995.338-1055 ST#BUCF366A $97 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER'02
912-530-9370 LAuORTToyotaVl S wa ll9 87g,0 ome sv a OLDS CIERA- 95 TOM BUSH AUTOEX 371ee4877 yS00 mEH 2 G '03 T R
GERMAN SHEPHERDS Sales, Service, Parts $125. Call 879-2992 l4dr, 2nd owner cruise. c C C R TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371.4877 e Auto'sOruc
9wks, S/W, AKC, HC, J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales $320022-7352 P ... Wanted
sable, black & tan, POP, Alachu (386) 462-3039 BED EXTENDER for il 22 cond. runs great. Ext Cab. Cxc shape low GMC YUKON DENALI XL TOYOTA HIGHLANDER a P tY E
OFA. NICe904879.1300 1.800-541.6439 2002 Ford Ranger CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS 87k mi,$3200 317-0801 miles, must sell fast '03. TV/DVD, fully '03-Likenew, clth inter
n Edg e never used. 00. Red, loaded, sharp, or 301-2118 $13,875. Call 389-7700 Dodge Ram SLT 97 loaded. AWD, ifmmac seats, non smkr. 4cyl. A
GERMAN SHORTHAIR /T TRAILER- '05, 27' C4 Chevy EL Camino 9253 see30 $10 500. new CARORTRUCK
coach, kitchen, ex pEdgPckupNever tes brkes, anD
Germ Shepherd M 51/2 14 13-0590 used$ver00. AC stm.00OBO PLYMOUH NEON 994dr
osho s ps2 Elderado 36 Motor 912-576-3130 214 9707 or 276 4121 ST6BUC93628c.5 41.5
$,d131400 234tor alternatorrwdorotorGAUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY
GermanSepherdPus a T POP$350.912-367.2391or 5.5KWGen.New: w/ tires $140.00, $5I27orO W.TM iL.n,5 5140- Io T
912-278-0019 tires hoses & belt tailgate $80 front lI o' 6595820 E
Italian Greyhound Pups. $14, 500. 904-254-0713 b u m p e r $ 5 0 .
bess$ngranch0nefcom.net Four Wi(43nds 5000 23J, 00- 912-576c9220 ($904 381
AKC, 904-259-7900 7k mi. Ford V. 10, i FORD F 100 56 CHRYSLER SEBRING '03 T l
JACK RUSSELLS M entertainment package, PARTS for sale. Greal condition l190mo PON
$30S77217 1iIB I 9427.23.i tan. Mfyi.-IS.S 1: 1 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
L wnPup- AKC Hblack ,d dJ 2 more -bSoadrtr2Mg-D Very clen. runs ores R DePT9 FORDATN ngB ,Waed
female blockhead great, must K35,.S s ACURA BOZARD FORD LAMBORGHINI-ORLANDO 5Blndngd -00
4F33N-i15e30 4 o8 r / like new, D' rODGESTRAT SA 87 99-i]$n10900l 0ully 3inewB-dnte
(352)538-3251 AT NO COST TO YOU tl g 21575/r 'onCevy DGE d ncTR..US 8 of Orange Park s Au9gu .l e a s 53o 4l797
GM AA- A R S 2lum rim 500 Ithr L9n7I. 674-444, 1I L=m xmu m$0,95.977 0 $19.7-30-5
LA -pups, AKolC9 7 yellow. Sales...Service... Actr alu rim-625'1 ,0mo wac 338. 1055 OrWang B ,7,.0 F,0i's rv. a qu4O SUBARUOFJAX
dtawsek for Parts .Rental. Call FORD ESCAPE '01 SATURN ION3 '03 den y Dull C HLeHd3uarerI- AUBARUd JAX
RIVERS BUS i lrHITCH'hault Galrsasav eraandgreat i, STFl4 $,7 DUVAL ACURA PAUL CLARK
LAB PUPS AKC, 1 cho carrier fits 11/4 bltrsbat7ory lO! MU.SH AUh',PLEl 108002A229n573CBlvd .OBS PX 3;-87
cuhkt$375. 2 yel, $300. A ESincEces$0 W.T.M. Pre-'Apro 31" 11ckup A,
M/C,e Visa. 38675-1304 -oWest Exit 351 904-234-2276 86635 t. SAUR c 112 a Blvd FORD-MERCURY MATHENY LAND ROVER
Whitehouse -= JEEP HITCH- il.A.1T0T2.Li 0000 tGon gas and re 3al1
LAB PUPS-Choc. M-AKC -custoEm fit hidden 5A-po n 5 l9.0 1-"95 N E 129 (Yule 225 673 11211 Al Bld. 2-1500
rag; Z--Mtonde3AKC0 oa6 1 90B4 ) 3 8 6 45 86
en $50. 912-679or www.Rlv.rRV.om class 11 receier FORD SCAP 02 ac 9 0 KENCHANCEYSUZUKI
LABS -AKC, pups, 800-253-0224 Cherokee $34 Only 27500 miles UVL R 5 A ne 89-9
tailgate$80 front 1(A659
beautiful healthy, wite, (904) 783-0313 904-234-2276 Oxford dwnlie. Ithr lull- SATURN 5C291 41(-10 .utill Blr ,-d 1 16l6 Ca.sai Ave 7W-6541 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Idel naval 912-537-2244 ianIs oad1e4d. $ 690006 Blue.ma0nual.lOmem.
wwl4omt92-57e 921 7574 leather,20AM,,')F3 CD1 A B
KC s F_2 215/75R15, less Arlockw bgon r = = GARBER FORD-MERCURY 1029 Allanc B.
7W u V.1then 2,01000 m, used FORD ESCORT 9 wgon tracol cotrl
"wk old, salt pepper e Wrang ler Kngsld, cond. ma2600A3. 8 a s0 NTLEY ORLANDO Gree Spnngs 22 ARLINGTON TOYOTA
$500 786-4898, Ga 912-729-8904 afterep bK90ATLA 0 eu Bs.1 1RE ORLANDO
PAPILLON PUPS- 7 ,bak1 a5prmai. F(VycaOrDnEPOARE '2 S Av
PAPuONPUPS912- 5pm0- e FOTRD EORR' 02 S o 'AURNAT ''99 Lt, N RB leBr MIKE SHAD FORD NORTHFLORIDA UNCOLN MERCURY 1093 AnI Blvd 721 300
feafrlendloha dogs. HR g1 less t,.mu,,L 7
$sl3 o 0 HOUSANDS RI M esY T MHAU Lo o n an.. .7 333E At The Avenues 4620 SOUndeBvd 6.00 COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
PI BU17ULLPUPS -DC Athen 2000mFles FORD FOCUS '03Alow
wks, rednoe5C WrglerKnsande derful rst car 10.527 $ 4.200.89-2 .]2 10720 Ph.l.ps Hwy 90.-292-3325 7447 Blandng Blvd 777 3000 10564 Phllps Hwy 262-0338

Sl oaoeo. 5500 iL TOMBUSHBMW MIKEDAVIDSONFORD KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
POOD3EANUmSYTiny TOnCReg, HC, Cash Only --ofOnePrN E li .0. SADDLE BAGS 190t5381.6580 786-4307 or 276-2530
904-317-9759 R V | T Blackfiberglass FORD MUSTANG '01oi TOYOTACAMRY 01. Loa 9850 Allani, Blvd 7250911 AT REGENCY MATHENY LOTUS 601 ruungermr3nOrle7 -l91O
APUG PUPS 9wks -- u for motorcycle, STBBUCF308A. $18988 ml.need osee.wont ____ R MAHN n CoeIL0
2DF/Uwl, 2 Hwuks RC a lor er00. rO SB AU as 8995. 33 uO55 n5- 96 50 Aalsr5 Blvd 725-3.0 11211 AAtlvnllc Blvd 642-1500 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
DFFcAVID 904-26-3 Radiator new forftI
SNO volume Motoriz ed '93-97 Intrepd con- F MU TootaCam GARBER BUICK MIKE SHAD FORD 95 U Souh S Aug
BPUPS -fawn. 9wks old, Largest and MOST cord model $100. clean, need to sell7aso tDRDiUi
AK ch lines, H. $500 RESPECTED DEALESR 751-67v6 $395. Call 338 I J1055 '02 240mo 858
386-462-4025 RESPECTE DAE TIRES 4 dyr Wrangler FORD MUSTANG GT 02 TOYOTA CELICA 98Very Cov, rr 502 OF ORANGE PARK TOM BUSH MAZDA 80e-r22y r90,o-a7800
3mo.$2 a. em, $320 O 710056 Li om wac 3381055 call no, $45 33 Ui KEY BUICK o00 Banrd.ng Blvd 777673 9850 Atlanc Blvd 725-0911 ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
wkOPSho, KCReg. WHITE TRUCK FORD MUSTANG 00 TOOTA CELCA 02. 4660 Suhside Blvd 42 6060 MAZDA CITY 13lO Cas~ Ave 3894561
SHIH-TZU AKC, ch selectionlt'seasytodo need $40 takes it. blki$top, garaekeSet, ,OYOTA CELICA 3 S 3S 6916BlnngBd 779E0600UD D
sired. m/tf, $500-uph business with US. Call Josh772-7133 adult org. towner GT- 0 TRspd. aC ll 9128s0iAvie 9-T l
quality, 262-7503 'Guar dBET BUYS. 0.10.95. 904-220- 7886 8COGGIN GMC TRUCKS ll.:
r a,,9438.448 PCLAUDE NOLANCADILLAC ASHTISDELLEVW
SAuESEKlniptS 1-1m Pleasebeforeyou BUY, 1320 Antiques/ reORaMr spnSTArG.anCrLNoler .ls.C C Allnic Blvd 724-2U1 ASH TISDELLE VW
breeder. 904-6 9691 t e g 3600 3PD. CC. ask 2628998 4700 SoBi.tld' Blvd BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. 1481 WellsRoad 269-2603
ARLIDERS- $175 ENJOYABLEEXPERIENCE! 977 SANe AT- FORDPROOYOTA EL NIMNICHTCADILLAC GARBERGMCTRUCKS 231 7241080 'STEENVW
MNeach. 5Nos OOP.3girls IS5UN 810 Excellent pAFORDPROBI GT- 00 5;pon ,r
1boy. Call 707-3245 ..cond tlon. Original 1 '89-lcyl. 58km. Power. sun rf rear s la Bled LLAC ARBE GMC TR K G1reen Cove Spnngi B4-4l02 0 PGO'STEEN T TVW
$ 74, 1 Wn204Z. EngIne only. 1ser wth re3 89 spoiler l.o42 ear Blnd 0n0 Green C ovcefl Le Sprng 3% 5486
LLbred boln PU 9Ca 3 9 n S am coro 00 2962- 8 PARKER CADILLAC M E A0 TOM BUSH MINI TOM BUSH VW
904-221-6971or lB Iooksgood, needs 80 07498116 77327 -u12,.7r a..f7 Ai ii- COGGIN HONDA 9875 Aianric, Blvd 725-11 9850 Aan Blvd 725-0911
904-962-5402 & PRsw l ome work. $4950. HONDA ACCORD EX V6 *00 TOYOT'A CEL'CA GS :l'c7j79 ON ATLANTIC 7lTHi- LNC L
YORKIEPUPS teacups& ,A PACE ARROW '85- 2C a I F r a n k AUTO. LTR SNRF 8.31 C '00- 6ipd ",l56r A 1 P U An]NH 1 CG TYAV
smalls $650-$1500 a Good for Hunter 282- 1272 Mirt $9.950.53 1892 JL unr ,r noo t t .-,:d COGGIN CHE AVENUES 7airB 1 CnITn BITvII
386-467-9430 'l5and Fix up $2500. MERCEDES 450 SL HONDACVIC 012 56k,-m Itnr $ 12.tob,G, V YU-I ALVENUEH 11003 AlanIt Blvd 5.b5880 CITY MITSUBISHI
ORKoES 1 M, $900 it282-1272 Frank Antique w/origa. FL Low le 19p S o C52 Chr. 904 380 027 COGGIN HONDA O'STEEN VOLVO
CH3EVOL5ET1OFgST.AUSnT.at the AVENUES
707-7254red, te in ior C- TOYOTACOROLLA CREST CHEVROLET OF ST. AUGUSTINE 10857 ips H 260 9222 2525 PlIps Hwy 396-5486
tom car cover. Set of Great Car Save on gas $5997 Trades OK
Main manuals. A/C. $4121 or o.w T L MrA 0al
13 99 I 9959S4L276251 I / DRo 821 mIl Rd 21 1880 2898 U S HWy 1 S I-8FO-5D1669 WKWTOHPuiEiR YTIOUm
Sl404 3816580 7 3 GARBER CHEVY DUVAL HONDA CITY MITSUBISHI
___1325 AutomotFve HONDA CIVIC S 02 TOYOTA PRIUC 03 VerY rir,], 264-4502 899 10585 Atlnnc Blvd 565 2489 PROFESSIONAL
PUPPS-ormooryce. STOF04. $12988 mi.O es PRIU 0 oee.trAEG Y.L
DISCOUNTS Chevy Cavalier TO.IBUSHAuTOPL iS $29 m. : 10 GORDON CHEVY 1nCITYMITSUBISHI AUT
portat on ON lueM toz e.Runs Great. GpSiHRDDANCHVAX AUTOLEASING
TransporTtatIio ON .,cWBassW0goerF, HONDA CIVIC VP'04 TOYOTA SOLARA 0 ver 1166, Blardoing Blvd 272-200 LUCAS HONDA OFJAX of ORANGE PARK 0231 Allanc Brlvd 722-1694
1200 AviaIoi bGreat Car For High W T9F4loB.mi10.788r low mile. $ee.99i or 801 RI O, BU6MAZDA
s1205 Boatson co1 I oSChl/ColleeStudent rl.bU.HAUT1CLLE' i1 $214mom.ac. 338.1055 JERRY HAMM CHEV ; 505 BlBndlng Blvd 779-8100
2mo0Sailboats Daf e 912 577 1053 HUNDAI TIBURONGT 3 A. VOLVO JERRiY HAMwM CHV 0 B vd 98tantc Blvd NI RT
Rentals 2NDBUYAUTOcom TOMBU6SHALITO PLE a 1 387 am. rm' as
lm2Marine E upment cLEAN USED CARS JAGUAR XKB Cony "0. alol 912 882,305 Sl00 GEORGE MOORE CHEV KEY HYUNDAI COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
and Supplies Fifth Wheel's ACURA INTEGRA RS tne toys. 32K mi. 537.000 obo very good cona ,
lV RwanSuppe Travel Trailer's 94 Sps cTpe 2 obo.912 262 9526 or 1 Be(ah Blvd 249-8282 60 Soulnsde Bld 642.6060 10600 Bd 429 BEAH
30Motorcycles/,ini o.gr M e $450 a0 Ca EE C ORCHERTOKA1EE 55lA. 1 95 G e = NIMNICHTCHEV COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES 68s3BeacnBed 724-3511
1305AutoBrokers Dealer in FL Volumeo ACURA TL -02 3.2 -options.ATAC CC. VW BEETLE 00 Loaded 1C A 387-4041 10859 PihpSHCy 880-3000
1310 U Auto Pa Ch sDealermion, FLVolumer / ACU 0 2 3.si sell --CD. E et. cono Outstano.ng cond. BRUMOSPRE-OWNED
ir-en-LeaSe Pie.' 'e e on Ca osh7427s33 aobo al fo r ow s n d onsenlt i ne ATLANTIC INFINITI MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX BRUMOS PRE-WNED
SIAMuEeKTESase ricePl ases i Sefoe B46U Y7945 Cl 389 7700 A 310384 A2II323.5nt454CBUCd 641-725000
o3lmAntiques,&lasies t over 200 in stock 1210401AtlanticBlvd 72-210ASV3893621
133552000 or Less Dont be ooled by Ie ATLANTIC CHRYSLER PARKER NISSAN LUCAS AUTO PARK
34n0 TcksT ra ders Comn i etion. Buyg WAe a330e Ui Souh 3S54-4421 Il 2755US t9Au904-9- 1577 Wells Road 0 P 269-5002
SUV's wII be an enloNmab S618133TOe.4.794MOR ARN 1571 Wells RoadP269-5600
AMn Bse EperIn, we appreciate your P CARUSO CHRYSLER CITY ISUZU MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP DRIVE TICKET
Wanted service to our nation a FRANK GRIFFIN R BU 1 8908AISri Bled 215-4001
S14' A.LUMINUM Y o Chl4sPlymlof Orange Park e e COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC Lexus of Jacksonville

2sJEBOAT- '98 with ioap pr c 15 W ells Id 2el0o3 MATHENY JAGUAR 901 Allarl Blvd 724 2310 Pre-Owned Center
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