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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 2005
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Historic Milestone
\'S-30 CO Completes 1,000 Traps In S-3
Page 4


Learning To Sail
Base Hosts NJROTC Students
Pages 8-9


Sports Challenge
Hospital Employees Compete In Events
Page 12


THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
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TOUCHING NAS Jax


BASE firefighters

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No Jax Air News
published July 7
The Jax Air News will
not be published July 7.
The next issue will re-
sume July 14. All articles
and classified ads submit-
ted during that week will
be held for the July 14
issue. For more informa-
tion, call 542-5588. Stor-
ies and photos can be
submitted to jaxairnews@
comcast.net.





USO needs
volunteers
The USO needs your
help! Volunteers are
needed to man the Air-
port USO Office at the
Jacksonville International
Airport today from 5-9
p.m., tomorrow from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Satur-
day from 6-9 p.m. If you
can help out, call Sonya
at 778-2821 or 741-6655.


Vacation Bible
School is coming
Registration for Vaca-
tion Bible School (VBS) at
the NAS Jax Chapel is
currently ongoing for all
children ages 5-12. VBS
runs July 25-29 from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Reli-
gious 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.

FFSC offers
educational and
support programs
All NAS Jax Fleet and
Family Support Center
(FFSC) workshops and
classes are free and
available to service mem-
bers and their families
and Department of De-
fense civilian personnel
here.
The following work-
shops are available in
June:
June 27-30 7:30 a.m.
- 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
(retiring)
June 28, 9 a.m. noon
- Anger Control
Workshop
To register, call 542-
2766, Ext. 127.


Navy awards

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
T wo NAS Jacksonville firefighters are
being recognized for their heroic actions
during Hurricane Jeanne, which hit the
First Coast Sept. 25, 2004. Station Fire Chief
David Lanier and Firefighter Rodney Clark
have been selected as winners of the 2004 Navy
and Marine Corps Fire and Emergency Services
Heroism Award.
During the hurricane, three people, including
a young child, were stranded on the St. Johns
River after floating debris disabled their boat.
After the call for help came in, Lanier and other
members of the NAS Jax Fire Department
immediately began searching the hangars for a "
rescue boat. By then, all the boats had been
safely secured in the hangars I' ,
"We finally found them and had to move two i
aircraft and two other boats to get to the one we i '
needed," explained Lanier, who has been with
the department 16 years.
As they arrived at the riverbank, Clark and
two base security members volunteered to go on
the river.
"Rodney grabbed my arm and insisted on -'
going. He is a former Navy rescue swimmer so
we took him. As the security guys captained the '
boat and we cleared the point, I really .
See FIRE DEPARTMENT, Page 13 Photo by Kaylee


CNATTU Jax Sailor named


Foster Parent of the Year
By ATI(AW) Lloyd Frank
CNATTU Jax Assistant PAO ''
Ad1b--& *ii..1!


This Father's Day,
many fathers may
have gotten a shirt or
card saying, "number one
dad" or something to that
effect. While it may be the
opinion of that family, the
family of one instructor at
the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training
Unit (CNATTU) Jax,
AT1(AW) Rich Ayres, has
the credentials to back it
up. In April 2005, Ayres
was named Foster Parent of
the Year by the State of
Florida for his efforts on
behalf of the Duval and
Clay County Foster Parent
Associations.
Ayres and his wife, Mary
are the parents of six chil-
dren, three have been
adopted and three are fos-
ter children. A coworker of
Mary's was a foster parent
and introduced them into
the idea of being foster par-
ents. They became mem-
bers of the Duval County
Association in June 2001
and were active members
until his family moved in
2004 to Clay County.
There are over 523,000
children in foster care
nationwide according to the
Adoption and Foster Care
Reporting System and
31,963 in Florida in 2002
according to a survey con-
ducted by the Children's
Defense Fund. According
to Rich, there were around
2,800 children in foster care
last year in Duval County
and only 324 foster families
in the association.
In the three years they
have been members, they've
helped around 280 children
from the age of four days
old up to their teens. They


Photo courtesy of CNATTU jax
Florida's Foster Parent Director of Awards Lilly Blackshear
(right) presents ATI (AW) Rich Ayers and his wife, Mary, with
Florida's Foster Parent of the Year Award.


generally take sibling
groups where two to five
(sometimes up to eight)
brothers and sisters are all
placed in foster care and
remain together as a fami-
ly. The three children Rich
and Mary adopted,
Dwayne, 11; Richard, 9; and
Denise, 7; were all siblings
in foster care and later
placed up for adoption.
They have also cared for
individuals; one of the chil-
dren in his care for the
longest was a 1-year-old
boy who remained in his
care for three years before
his mother was able to
resume caring for the child.
"That's the goal of foster
parenting," said Rich, "to
return the children to their
family, and to reassure the
family that their children


are in good care while with
the foster family."
According to 2001. figures
reported by the Children's
Defense Fund, 80 percent of
children return to their
families, half of them in
less than one year. Most
children are removed from
a home due to an unhealthy
condition such as abuse or
neglect. Once conditions
improve, the child or chil-
dren can be returned to the
home. If conditions do not
improve, a child or group of
siblings may be placed up
for adoption after parental
rights have been lost.
There are approximately
7,850 children awaiting
adoption this year. Most
will be adopted before they
See FOSTER, Page 13


Photo by Randy Hall
While holding his 4-year-old son in one arm,
David Kyser thanks NAS Jax Firefighter Rodney
Clark and Station Fire Chief David Lanier (center)
for rescuing him and his family Sept. 26, 2004
from his boat during Hurricane Jeanne. The heroic
rescue took place on the St. Johns River by the
NAS Jacksonville Fire and Security Department
personnel.


Photo by Loren Barnes
Kazakhstan and Tajikistan participants in the U.S. State
Department's International Visitor Leadership Program
join Naval Hospital Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. "
Elaine Wagner, Lt. Cmdr. Michael Herman, ETC(SS) Lee
Grose and Charles Kerekes in front of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. Visiting from Kazakhstan were Gulzeinep
Abdrakhmanova, Dmitriy Kizilov and Dr. Serik
Zhangabylov. Visitors from Tajikistan included Sevar
Kamilova; Dr. Davron Pirov, Dr. Farkhodzhon and Dr.
Fakhritdin Ataev. Also with the group were State
Department Language Officers Dmitry Vinogradov and
Larissa Galperin.

Kazahkstan and


Tajikistan VIPs


visit NavHosp Jax

By Loren Barnes
NavHosp Jax Public Affairs
Group of international visitors in the U.S.
State Department's International Visitor
Leadership Program (IVLP) visited Naval
Hospital Jacksonville June 10.
The State Department describes the IVLP as a pro-
gram designed to build mutual understanding
between the U.S. and other countries through care-
fully designed visits that reflect the participants' pro-
fessional interests and support U.S. foreign policy
goals. Participants are established or potential for-
eign opinion makers in government, public policy,
See VIPs, Page 14


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2 JaxAIr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 23, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Thrift Savings Plan the Navy leads the way


By FLTCM(AWISW)
]on Thompson
If you had asked me a
week ago what Navy
enlisted pay grade
invested the most in their
future, I would have
guessed the chiefs. Much to
my surprise, I would have
been wrong.
By percentage, our El to
E3 population leads the way
by a long shot and that tells
me our young Sailors today
realize investing in their
future is a priority to them.
It also indicates most of our
young Sailors are hearing
the Thrift Savings Plan
(TSP) message loud and
clear at recruit training, in
"A" school and at their ini-
tial commands.
Currently, more than 53
percent (44,500 of 87,900
Sailors) of our E3 and below
population are enrolled in
TSP. This population
exceeds any other enlisted
pay grade by at least 15 per-
cent.
What's even more impres-
sive is how high the Navy
percentage is when com-
pared to other services.
Forty-one percent of all
enlisted Sailors participate
in TSP. That's more than


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
124,000 of us. The service
following the closest behind
is the Marine Corps with 29
percent. The Air Force
weighs in at 21 percent and
the Army has only 14 per-
cent. Clearly, Sailors under-
stand investing in their
future is smart and in their
(and their families') best
interest.
The enrollment numbers
are impressive and I'm
happy to see they keep
going up. When you invest
in TSP, you invest in your
future. As I watch TSP
enrollment grow, I know for
a fact you are making sound
financial decisions.
No Sailor should depart


the Navy without a nest
egg, whether you serve four
years or for a career.
.Unfortunately, I'm not con-
vinced everyone under-
stands the power of invest-
ing and how, over time, your
money can truly work for
you.
Think about this: If you
enrolled in TSP when you
entered the Navy and
invested only $100 per
month, in 20 years, earning
a modest six percent inter-
est, you would have $46,204
in your account.
The amount of money you
would have contributed
would only be $24,000,
meaning you could have
almost doubled your money.
If you invested $200 per
month, you would have
accumulated $92,408, hav-
ing only invested $48,000 of
your own dollars.
As an added bonus, TSP
investments use pre-tax dol-
lars, meaning your contribu-
tion is made before your
income is taxed, meaning
you pay less income tax
today. You will only pay.
interest on your TSP dollars
when you withdraw them
once retirement eligible.
"I'm delighted to see so
many of you start investing


immediately because as you
grow older and become more
senior, you will most likely
incur more financial obliga-
tions. My thought is that if
you can start tucking away
money early on, you sort of
never really come to need
that money to make it
month to month.
It's the, 'out of sight, out of
mind' philosophy. If you ini-
tially invest $100 per
month, and increase that
amount every time you
advance, you could really
achieve some impressive
financial goals.
Nonetheless, I'd also like
to offer that it's never too
late to start investing. My
message about TSP is for all
Sailors, not just junior
Sailors. In my career, I've
met far too many Chiefs
who 'retired without any
financial security.
Currently, the maximum
base pay percentage you are
allowed to invest in TSP is
10 percent. The minimum
amount is one percent. In
addition to that investment,
TSP allows you to invest
special pays as well.
For those of you who truly

See PLAN, Page 13


ON THE HOMEFRONT

Training puppies, children, military recruits and husbands?


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
W we've just welcomed
Annie, a seven-
'V week-old border
collie, into the family. Annie
likes to dig, chew, and bite,
and to roll in the bushes like
a pig. Ford and Owen think
it's hilarious-a five-pound
ball of fur scraping at the
dirt, sending clumps of
grass falling to the ground
behind her-but I foresee
issues.
So, although Annie might
be young to start obedience
training, I pulled out the
bag of tricks I used on my
last four-legged pal, Tanner.
My family watched with
mouths open as I dragged
out books and dog whistles.
I trained Tanner when I was
16, so they had not seen me
in Alpha-Dog-mode before.
"Waha gonna do, Mom?"
Owen asked.
"Tm sending Annie to boot
camp," I said.
"Bqot what? Where is this
camp?" They followed me
out the back door.
"Rule number one," I
shouted over my shoulder;
"We are more dominant
than Annie. Yes, she has


sharp teeth and faster legs
than you or I, but we can
never let her know it. Do
you hear me?"
I turned around to see
them following behind, nod-
ding their heads in unison.
Over the next half-hour, I
worked with Annie, teach-
ing her to behave like a nice
little puppy with manners.
Of course, this first lesson
was half instruction, half
slobber-all-over-Sarah's-
hands, but I knew there was
progress. I had demonstrat-
ed the Smiley-family hierar-
chy. Yet Annie's first bit of
knowledge, I know, was not
understanding "Sit" or
"Come," but realizing "the
one in the skirt has all the
food."
With Tanner, I took dog
training very seriously. In
fact, she and I won a blue
ribbon for it. Back then, peo-
ple used to ask, "What's
your secret?" and I told
them, "Raising puppies is a
lot like raising children."
(Remember, I was only 16.)
Oh how naive I was!
Training a puppy is nothing
like raising children. I know
that now.
If Ford or Owen got down
on all fours and dug giant


holes in the back yard, I
could say to them, "Boys,
why do you do these things?
Explain to mom your need
to dig? Are you bored?
Here's a Matchbox car. Are
you trying to escape? You'll
have to wait until you're 18.
Are you looking for a cool
place? Then you might find
it refreshing to take off that
Superhero costume."
Things aren't that simple
between humans and dogs.
We can only guess at a dog's
intentions, and often, we
mistakenly do this by put-
ting human feelings upon
them ("Puppy will feel left
out if we 'put her in a ken-
nel." "Puppy only likes the
kibble that tastes like filet
mignon."
When in reality, dogs like
to know their place and are
genuinely satisfied to be low
in rank, so long as there is a
functioning pack. To a dog's
mind,' everything is divided
by authority. There is a sys-
tem for everything. No one
questions it.
Complaints are handled
through the correct chain of
command. We function in
our individual roles for the
good of the entire group.
"Think of it this way, we.


are the chiefs and Annie is
the' recruit," I said to
Dustin, who can only under-
stand things within the con-
text of the military.
"This is boot camp, or
Officer Candidate School," I
said pacing back and forth
like a drill sergeant. "As a
recruit, Annie will learn
about control and obedience
to authority. We will break
her down, if you will, before
we build her back up as part
of the pack. We've got to
erase what she once knew
and reprogram her. She's a
biter. A digger. We've got to
go back to what her mother
taught her and start from
there. We won't stop until
she's eating, sleeping and
breathing obedience. We
won't stop until she behaves
in a way we can live with-"
Then suddenly I stopped
mid-sentence, astonished by
my own revelation. I looked
up at Dustin, realizing for
the first time that raising a
puppy is nothing like rais-
ing a child or a recruit.
It's like raising a hus-
band.
Sarah Smiley can be
reached for comments at
www.sarahsmiley.com.


HEY, MONEYMAN!
-''. ''* '. *" '


PNSN Luz SKIMMING

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Administrative
Department

Hometown: Elizabeth, N.J.


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy

Career Plans: To finish college and become
a legal assistant.

Most Interesting Experience: Going
I overseas on the ship and stopping in Malta.


SWords of Wisdom: Stay in the Navy.





KENNETH DR13MS

i Job title/command:
Police Officer/Security

Hometown: Muncie, Ind.


. Family Life: Married with one son.

Past Duty Stations: USS Guadalcanal
(LPH 7, USS Hayler DD-997, USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69)


Career Plans: To advance to the next pay-
grade.

Most Interesting Experience: Getting to
travel and see the world while in the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Treat others how you
would like to be treated.


Naval War College seminars

offered at NAS Jax, NS Mayport
The Naval War College's (NCW) College of Distance
Education will again offer its Fleet Seminar
Program in the Jacksonville area. This academic
year (August 2005 May 2006), strategy and policy and
national security decision-making will be offered in
Jacksonville and joint maritime operations will be
offered at NS Mayport.
This highly acclaimed program parallels, 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 approximately 34 weeks). A top quality
adjunct faculty member leads each seminar from the
local area.
Students can earn a NWC diploma, JPME Phase 1
credit, and up to 21 graduate 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 possess 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.


Hey, MoneyMan:
Several weeks ago I asked
you about a check I received
from Qchex. Well, I took
your advice and didn't cash
that check from my overseas
Internet friend. It's been
two weeks and I have not
heard from her since I
refused to cash her check.
Now I found myself in
another jam and here is this
story. I needed to sell my
car so I placed an ad in the
online auto trader site. I
felt I would have a better
chance of gaining interest in
it online because it doesn't
look too good up'close, but it
looks good in pictures.
A man from California
responded almost instantly,
wanting to buy it from me
for my asking price of
$4,000, sight unseen, (not
bad for a primer black 89
Honda), but instead of using
one of those secure internet
payment companies he
would send me a check.
I waited patiently for the
mail, not believing my good
fortune, and few days later
my check arrived. Can you
believe that my buyer and
my Internet friend use the
same check writing compa-
ny? However, his assistant
made a mistake and sent a
check for $7,500 vice the
$4,)00 asking price. I
received a call from her ask-


ing that I wire back the
additional $3.500 to her so
she would not get in trouble
for including the shipping
cost to California of $3.500
in my check. She was
adamant. She told me she
was going to lose her job if I
did not return the money.
After further negotiations,
I 'agreed to pay the shipping
company when they came to
get the car. I deposited the
check and waited approxi-
mately three weeks and
then took $3,500 out of my
account and bought a used
Honda.
I was never contacted by
any shipping company. Last
week I went to the ATM to
take out some money from
my checking account. I had
held $3,500 in my account
waiting to pay the shipper.
When my ATM card was
refused I was astonished'
since I had a balance of over
$3,500.
I went into my financial
institution and instead of
treating me with a smile
they were kind upset and
said that the check I had
deposited was a counterfeit.
They made me feel like a
criminal and demanded I
cover the $3,500 I1 had taken
out to buy the Honda. They
gave me 60 days to make it
right or they will report it to
the credit bureaus or even


consider criminal charges
for bank fraud. I now have
to sell my Honda in order to
refund the money.
I thought that once the
check was deposited it was
good. Guess I still have a
lot to learn about financial
institutions.
MoneyMan Sez:
Thanks for sharing your
story. It seems a new scam
is created every day. More
and more people are buying


and selling items online and
caution should always be
the watchword.
One good lesson is that
when selling something on
the Internet it is best to use
the secure payment sites
vice dealing person to per-
son or via the U.S. mail.

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


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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ................. Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
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The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, 'Thursday, June 23, 2005 3


'Sunseekers' to


change leaders !


From VR-58
mdr. Nigel MacWilk-
inson will relieve
Cmdr. William Hall
as VR-58's commanding
officer during a change of
command ceremony at
Hangar 1000 at 11 a.m.
Saturday at NAS Jack-
sonville.
MacWilkinson graduated
from Embry-Riddle Aero-
nautical University in
Daytona Beach after earn-
ing a Bachelor of Science
degree in Aviation
Management in 1984.
While working for the
Lockheed-Georgia
Company in Production
Management, he applied
for his real desire, a career
in naval aviation.
MacWilkinson entered
the Navy through the
Aviation Officer Candidate
School earning his commis-
sion in 1986 and was desig-
nated a naval aviator in
1987.
Upon completion of F-14
FRS training at VF-124 in
1989, he reported to VF-
111, completing two
Western Pacific deploy-
ments on USS Carl Vinson
(CVN-70) and USS Kitty
Hawk (CV-63).
Following his tour at VF-
111, he reported to VF-124
in 1992 for flight instructor
duty in the F-14A/B/D
Tomcat. While there,
MacWilkinson served as
quality assurance officer,
NATOPS officer, landing
signal officer and the F-14
West Coast demonstration
team pilot.
In 1994, MacWilkinson
was selected for the
Training and Administra-
tion of Reserves (TAR) pro-
gram, and was detailed to
NAS Dallas, Texas as the
assistant reserve programs
director while flying the C-
12. While there, he was
responsible for the man-
agement of 12 Reserve


units and over 1,200 per-
sonnel.
After completing his tour,
MacWilkinson was trans-
ferred to VR-59 at NAS
JRB Fort Worth, Texas to
fly the C-9 Skytrain. While
with the "Lone Star
Express," his duties includ-
ed legal officer, administra-
tive officer, training officer,
operations officer and
maintenance officer as well
as being an international
overwater aircraft com-
mander and the squadron's
NATOPS in-structor pilot.
Following his tour at VR-
59, he was selected to go to
the Fleet Logistics Support
Wing as the C-9 NATOPS
evaluator in 1999, where
he was selected for officer
in charge (OIC) of the VR-
61 "Islanders."
In 2002, MacWilkinson
was selected to be the TAR
aviation placement officer
at the Naval Personnel
Command in Millington,
Tenn., where he screened
for aviation command and
subsequently reported to
the "Sunseekers" of VR-58
as executive officer in
2004.
MacWilkinson is married
to the former Barbara Jean
Burbach of Dubuque, Iowa.
They have two daughters,
Jessica and Katie.
Hall assumed command
of VR-58 in February 2004.
During his highly success-
ful tour as commanding
officer, Hall quickly led the
Sunseekers into full opera-
tional status with four new
C-40A "Clipper" aircraft
after recently completing
the transition from the
aging C-9B Skytrain.
Displaying the improved
capabilities of the aircraft
over the C-9B, VR-58 set
the standard as the best of
the fleet and the Fleet
Logistics Support Wing by
winning numerous awards
for their accomplishments.
During his tour, the


Cmdr Nigel MacWilkinson


Cmdr. William Hall


squadron was awarded the
2004 Congressman Bill
Chappell award for opera-
tional excellence in the
Fleet Logistics Support
Wing, the 2004 James M.
Holcombe award for main-
tenance excellence, as well
as winning, the 2004 CNO
Safety "S" award. In addi-
tion, the squadron was rec-
ognized with the Com-
mander Fleet Logistics
Support Wing CY-04 Re-
tention Excellence award.
All three of these awards
were instrumental in the
command winning the cov-
eted Noel Davis "Battle E"
Trophy for 2004.
During 2004, VR-58 sup-
ported the fleet through
logistics transportation to
six continents around the
globe, 24 hours a day, seven
days a week, directly sup-
porting operations such as
Iraqi Freedom, Enduring
Freedom and the global
war on terror. Last year,'
the Sunseekers transport-
ed over 1.7 million pounds
of cargo, 37,664 passengers
and flew in excess of 6,100
hours.
The incoming executive
officer is Cmdr. William
Hiscock.


Transient Personnel Unit


holds change of command


By Roy Clark
TPU
L t. Cmdr. G. Karl Wer-
enskjold relieved
Cmdr. John Shockley
as Transient Personnel
Unit's (TPU) commanding
officer at a June 16 change
of command ceremony. NAS
Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson was the
guest speaker.
Werenskjold graduated
from the University of
Colorado, Boulder, Colo.
with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Electrical Eng-
ineering and was commis-
sioned in the Navy Dec. 21,
1990.
Following Surface Warfare
Officer School in Coronado,
Calif., he reported to USS
Kansas City (AOR 3) in
Alameda, Calif. for his first
division officer tour where
he earned his surface war-
fare qualification.
In February 1995, he
reported to USS Leyte Gulf
(CG 55) at NS Mayport.
In August 1996,
Werenskjold reported to
Naval Postgraduate School
in Monterey, Calif. and
enrolled in the operations
research curriculum. In
September 1998, he received
his Master of Science degree
in Operations Research.
In October 1998, he
reported to Shore
Intermediate Maintenance
Activity, Mayport, as the
administrative officer.
In February 2002, he
transferred to the Bureau of
Naval Personnel, Arlington,
Va. as the enlisted strength
and advancement planner.
While there, he earned the
national certification as a
senior professional in
human resources.
Werenskjold reported to
TPU Jacksonville, in August
2004 as executive officer.
Shockley assumed com-
mand of TPU in April 2003.
Under his leadership,
TPU processed more than
6,000 transient limited duty,


Navy veterans, port calls,
separations and disciplinary
personnel through the tran-
sient pipeline at Navy
Region Southeast while
maintaining a reduced tran-
sient processing time of only
five to 10 days.
His superior leadership in
the area of transient person-
nel management directly
resulted in three consecu-
tive Certified Pipeline
Mover Awards from the
CHNAVPERS Transient
Monitoring Unit inspection
team for transient process-
ing excellence.
Shockley was the catalyst
that promoted sustained
warfighter readiness for the
fleet to ensure that person-
nel awaiting routing
instructions to deployed
units were assigned schools
to better prepare them for
shipboard duties.
His aggressive training
program resulted in over
2,000 man-days of formal
school training, maximizing
personnel readiness for
deployed units.


He forged a winning rela-
tionship of support for local
installation requirements
with limited transient per-
sonnel, providing NAS
Jacksonville and NS
Mayport with a ready labor
pool.
His personnel assisted in
providing over 8,200 man-
hours in maintaining NAS
Jacksonville grounds, pro-
cessing more than 7.5 mil-
lion pounds of recycling
materials, and providing
manpower support to base-
wide programs.
Shockley's commitment to
quality of life and career
development resulted in
more than 90 percent reten-
tion and zero attrition for
staff during his tenure,
resulting in TPU
Jacksonville being named to
the CLF Retention Honor
Roll.
Shockley's next assign-
ment is United Stateg
Northern Command at
Peterson Air Force Base in
Colorado Springs, Colo.


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4 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 23, 2005


VP-30 presented with Ellyson Award


By Lt. Kimo Silcox
VP-30 PAO
June 2 was a momentous day
for VP-30, as Commanding
Officer Capt. Richard Hei-
merle and his squadron were
awarded the Association of Naval
Aviation's coveted Cmdr. Theo-
dore G. Ellyson Aviator Produc-
tion Excellence Award for fiscal
year 2004.
According to the citation, "The
squadron was chosen due to their
ability to demonstrate the great-
est production efficiency in train-
ing the fleet requirement for
pilots, naval flight officers and
aircrewmen within the Chief of
Naval Operations' approved syl-
labus time."


Photo by PHI Tim McCaffrey
VP-30's senior leadership accepts
the 2004 Ellyson Award. Pictured
from left to right, AWCM Stephen
Fishbein, Capt. Richard Heimerie,
retired Navy Rear Adm. Phillip
Smith, Cmdr. Mark Creasey and Lt.
Cmdr. Jason Jorgensen.
For the first time in the
squadron's 35-year history, the
commanding officer, along with
the senior leadership of VP-30,


traveled to San Diego to receive
the award. The presentation of
the award by the President of the
Association of Naval Aviation
retired Rear Adm. Phillip Smith,
a former P-3 aviator, was a great
honor for the men and women of
VP-30.
Heimerle remarked, "It was a
total team effort by our Mainten-
ance Department as well as posi-
tional [pilots, naval flight officers
(NFO), and aircrew] instructors
working side by side to efficiently
and effectively train students
safely and on time, despite
reduced aircraft availability."
VP-30's Executive Officer,
Cmdr. Mark Creasey, agreed, "It
was an all hands effort to make
the process better, step by step."


Along with the Ellyson Award,
one of VP-30's instructor pilots
was presented with the
Association of Naval Aviation
Fleet Support/Special Mission
Pilot of the Year Award.
Lt. David Lundahl received the
award as a result of his hard
work and dedication at his previ-
ous command in Fleet Air
Reconnaissance Squadron Two.
Lundahl commented, "I was sur-
prised, but honored to accept the
award. The biggest perk was to
fly out to San Diego to meet some
of the staff that put the event
together. It's always great to
swap sea stories with WWII and
Korean War aviation veterans."
Besides ensuring that top quali-
ty aviators such as Lundahl carry


on the tradition of high training
standards, VP-30 has drastically
increased its effectiveness in the
last few years by taking on-board
tools provided by efficiency
experts from the Thomas Group
of Irving, Texas.
This forward-looking attitude is
a direct reflection on the
squadron's focus, training the
next generation of maritime
patrol and reconnaissance avia-
tors in multi-mission maritime
aircraft.
VP-30 will continue working
hard to constantly improve the
training pilots, NFOs and air-
crewmen receive, not to win
awards, but instead, to support
and defend our country.


Shoaf achieves 1,000th S-3 trap


on board USS John F


By Lt. Ted Kopinski
VS-30 PAO


Naval aviation history
added another milestone
June 2, when the com-
manding officer of the VS-30
"Diamondcutters," Cmdr. James
Shoaf, became the first S-3 naval
flight officer (NFO) ever to
achieve 1,000 S-3 carrier arrested
landings or "traps".
Shoaf reached this milestone as
a contingent from the VS-30
Diamondcutters prepared to fly
off USS John F. 'Kennedy after a
very successful public relations
tour in Boston and New York City
for Fleet Week 2005.
The first S-3 aircrewman to
achieve 1,000 S-3 traps was


Cmdr. James Wagner, a pilot and
previous commanding officer of
VS-30 on board Kennedy Sept.
13, 2001.
"Achieving 1,000 traps has been
a personal goal of mine since I got
my very first trap as an ensign,
Oct. 29, 1986 on board USS
Lexington," remarked Shoaf.
"But I didn't just want 1,000
traps, because lots of aviators
have achieved that goal, I wanted
1,000 in the S-3."
Being the first NFO to get
1,000 S-3 traps and with the
Viking community going away,
there is a good possibility Shoaf
will be the only NFO to achieve
this goal. The fact that the only
aviators to achieve 1,000 S-3


Kennedy
traps were both commanding offi-
cers of VS-30 is a testament to
the dedication and tireless effort
of "Team Diamond's" mainte-
nance department, without which
such an accomplishment would
have never happened.
Shoaf has made arrested land-
ings on 11 different aircraft carri-
ers: USS Lexington (CV 16); USS
Forrestal (CV 59); USS America
(CV 66); USS Saratoga (CV 60);
USS Eisenhower (CVN 69); USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71);
USS Independence (CV 62); USS
Kitty Hawk (CV 63); USS
Enterprise (CVN 65); USS Ronald
Reagan (CVN 76) and USS John
F. Kennedy (CV 67).
Shoaf who hails from


Photo courtesy of VS-30
Cmdr. James Shoaf, VS-30 commanding officer, completes his 1,000th trap
in the S-3 aircraft aboard USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) June 2.


Mocksville N.C., not only has
1,000 S-3 traps but over 3,000 S-3
flight hours. "A thousand traps
and 3,000 hours in the Viking, is
not a bad career" said Shoaf "It
only took me 20 years to get here


but it was worth it."
Shoaf's accomplishment is cur-
rently being placed in the
Pensacola Air Museum. His next
assignment will be air boss on
board USS Enterprise.


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The "Dragonslayers" had the opportunity to view many of New York's unique sights and
sounds during Fleet Week.

HS-11 takes part in Fleet Week


By Lt. j.g. Benjamin
Delacruz
HS-11 PAO
HS-11 recently re-
turned from Fleet
Week aboard USS
John F. Kennedy (JFK)
(CV 67) where Boston and
New York City (NYC)
opened their harbors to the
Navy and Marine Corps
(USMC). Nine other ships
including those from the
U.S. Coast Guard and
Pakistani Navy accompa-
nied the carrier.
Together over 6,000
Sailors and Marines from
the JFK, CVW-17 and the
24th Marine Expeditionary
Unit participated in the
festivities and enjoyed
some of the best hospitali-
ty ever imagined.
For Sailors in uniform,
NYC and Boston gracious-
ly provided head-of-line
privileges and/or discount-
ed rates for every tourist
attraction and most public
transportation.
Both the Boston and
NYC United Services
Organization chapters
offered free and discounted
tickets to numerous attrac-
tions, including hit theater
productions and movie
screenings.
The "Dragonslayers"
were welcomed and
thanked throughout both
cities for their military
service, and many restau-
rants and pubs expressed
their gratitude by having
meals and drinks on the
house.
Visiting Ground Zero
and seeing first-hand the
void left by the absent
buildings was both somber-
ing and moving. "It was a
real moving experience to
visit Ground Zero and hear
stories from someone who
was actually there," said
Lt. Matt Wright, a
Dragonslayer pilot, who
received a personal tour of
the site from a retired
NYC police officer.
In return, the Navy host-
ed a myriad of events for
both cities to give them a
better appreciation and
understanding of the mili-
tary way of life.
During the daily tours of
the ships and aircraft, visi-
tors saw various ship
spaces, displays of
weapons employed by the
Navy and USMC, and
toured static displays of
several aircraft, including
HS-11 SH-60F and HH-
60H "Seahawk" helicop-
ters, Marine Corps CH-53E
"Super Stallion", and a
mock display of the new F-
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rewarding as well as a
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By Lt. John Kuta
HS-5
After returning from a successful
deployment to the Middle East
aboard USS George Washington
(CVN-73), the "Nightdippers" of HS-5 con-
tinue to maintain an aggressive deployment
and training schedule in support of the
global war on terrorism.
As flight operations continue on the beach
in Jack-sonville and the squadron is busy
supporting training efforts in Norfolk, Va.,
HS-5 Detachment Alpha has been deployed
in order to conduct expanded maritime
interdiction operations (EMIO) in hopes of
eradicating terrorism overseas.
Det Alpha is currently working in con-
junction with a fleet anti-terrorism security
team (FAST) and a mobile security
squadron, as well as additional operational
support personnel in order to accomplish
the EMIO mission. The FAST consists of
U.S. Marine Corps officers and enlisted
highly trained in visit, board, search, and
seizure and sniper support.
Mobile Security Squadron Seven (MSS-7)


Photo courtesy of HS-5
A HS-5 HH-60H helicopter returns from a
recent mission in support of the global war
on terrorism. ,
capably provides high-speed transport for
the Marines via rigid-hull inflatable boats.
The combination of FAST, MSS-7, .and the
helicopters of Det Alpha continue to allow
for the opportunity to stop terrorism in
international waters.
A major part of the Nightdipper EMIO
mission is the ability to inter-operate, train
and support the needs of the military forces
of the host nation. As the squadron contin-
ues to conduct EMIO in support of the glob-
al war on terrorism, a goal of HS-5 Det
Alpha is to provide the host nation with the
capability to provide its own security and
anti-terrorism force.
Training with host nation forces has also
included the U.S. Marines and MSS-7 in a
variety of tactics. The upcoming days and
weeks of the deployment will continue to
bring extreme heat and difficult working
conditions, but the Nightdippers continue to
rise to the occasion.


'Scouts' return from Fallon


By Lt. j.g. Wes Battle
VS-24 PAO
he "Scouts" of VS-24 detached for
the month of May with Carrier
Air Wing Eight at NAS Fallon,
Nev., training for their upcoming
deployment aboard USS Theodore
Roosevelt (CVN 71).
The squadron conducted strike war-
fare training in a variety of missions,
including suppression of enemy air
defense, using the S-3B Viking's
Electronic Surveillance sensors, as well
as employing the Standoff Land Attack
Missile Expanded Response (SLAM-
ER). VS-24 maintainer and aircrew
enthusiasm, combined with the accura-
cy, reliability, and stand-off capability of
SLAM-ER made VS-24 a formidable
strike warfare player. In addition, the
Scouts dropped over 63,000 pounds of
live ordnance on Fallon training targets.
VS-24 flew multiple SLAM-ER mis-
sions while in Fallon and was involved
in every air wing strike, controlling and
engaging various air defense targets,
both fixed and mobile. Aircrews operat-
ed both autono-mous and cooperative
control of the missile, serving as either
the primary or secondary controller on
all Air Wing SLAM-ER events. Scout
aircrew improved tactical proficiency,
and had the highest number of success-
ful engagements in the Air Wing.
Squadron aircrews logged approxi-
mately 250 flight hours and led 27


SLAM-ER missions in addition to
accomplishing numerous unit level
training flights. Scout maintainers rose
to meet every challenge during the
Fallon detachment. With seven aircraft
and an aggressive .flight schedule,
maintenance personnel worked dili-
gently to meet mission and training
requirements.
With rarely a break in the action, the
squadron members did manage to hold
a command picnic the last Sunday they
spent in the desert. CMC Jeffrey Alcott
and IT2 Latasha Punch hosted the bar-
beque as the Scouts participated in
football, horseshoe and go-cart events.
Additionally, the Scouts proudly
frocked eight airmen to petty officer
third class, 11 petty officers to petty
officer second class and two to petty
officer first class. Cmdr. Daniel Grieco,
commanding officer of VS-24, offered
his congratulations to all those who
advanced, saying, "I could not be proud-
er of all the hard work and dedication
each and every Scout has put forth to
make this a successful detachment. The
opportunity to reward 21 of our person-
nel through advancement is, truly an
honoorfor me. They are certainly most
deserving and as they continue to
develop their leadership skills and will
make VS-24 an even better squadron."
The squadron is currently preparing
for the last stage of Carrier Air Wing
Eight's pre-deployment cycle aboard
USS Theodore Roosevelt.


The, experience of new
By Chaplain (Lt.)
Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel


he month of January
is named after Janus,
The Roman God of.
beginnings, custodian of the
universe, the guardian of
gates and doors. He held
sacred the first hour of the
day, first day of the month
and the first month of the
year (which bears his
name).
Indeed! Much can be said
about new beginnings and
the opportunity it presents
for starting afresh and
recommitting oneself to
those beliefs and deep con-
victions that drive our indi-
vidual lives. This is the
kind of opportunity I was
presented with as I arrived
at the NAS Jax Chapel
Center.
By way of introduction, I
could load up this article
with details about my life
and career. I assure you,
that information is not all
that exciting to read and
would test your patience.
For beginners, I think it is
important for you to know
something about what is
driving my motivation at
this time. You need to know
something about my imme-
diate focus and the desires
of my heart. I believe that
this kind of information is
much more important than
details and data that would
otherwise cover this page


Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
and stretch your endurance.
Last month marked a new
spot on my journey of life.
As I arrived to serve you at
NAS Jax, unforeseen chal-
lenges lay before me and
new goals, await their
attainment. More than any-
thing I desire that this first
month of my new tenure
bring renewal in my life as I
prepare to face the chal-
lenges and the achieve-
ments that lie ahead with
God's help.
With a forward look, I
desire to move ahead with
the hope and certainty that
the answer to many of life's
challenges lies in a proper
understanding and applica-
tion of the word "relation-
ship."
A proper relationship with
God is realized and sus-
tained in proper and focused
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By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
or the fourth consecutive year, NJROTC students
from high schools throughout Florida and Georgia
gathered at NAS Jacksonville for a week of hands-
on training that teaches them to sail a variety of different
types of boats.
Sixty-six students attended the 40-hour program last
week, sponsored by the Interscholastic -Sailing
Association, South Atlantic Division. NAS Jax is one of
three sites in the country to host this annual event with
the other programs taking place in Annapolis, Md. and
San Diego.
The program is offered to students ages 14-17 who are
selected based on their grades, ability to get along with
others and a strong desire to learn to sail. They are also
required to pay a $180 fee to cover some expenses.
The students are housed at the NAS Jax Bachelor
Officer's Quarters (BOQ), eat most of their meals in the
base galley and the Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department allows them use of the sailboats at the
Mulberry Cove Marina for free. All these benefits help
keep the cost of the program relatively low.
"We looked at outside camps and they start at $750 a
week. Most of the parents of these kids don't have that.
NAS Jax is truly our benefactor. We really appreciate
everything the personnel here have provided us. The facil-
ities here are excellent. We couldn't ask for a better place
to hold this program. I'd like to thank the BOQ staff, gal-


ley, marina, and all the squadrons who have given our
group tours. Everyone has been so supportive. Without them,
we couldn't do all this," said retired Lt. Cmdr. Bob.Spencer,
who created the program here and runs it each year.
"The Navy has changed a lot and now you have to justi-
fy everything for the return of their investment. So, we
have to quantify why spending a week here with these
kids in this class is worthwhile to the Navy. The reality is,
you're not going to get all these kids to enlist, but if you
get 20 percent to join, that's the future of our Navy," con-
tinued Spencer.
A certified sailing instructor through the United States
Sailing Association and the Chief of Naval Education and
Training, Spencer and several other volunteer instructors
spend the week ensuring each student learns the skills
needed to sail a boat both individually and as part of team.
Classes begin in a typical classroom setting where the
students learn basic boat handling techniques, boating
safety, weather conditions, sailing terminology and what
to expect when they get on the water. They are also
required to pass a deep-water swim test.
Then, it's on to the actual sailing portion of the class for
some hands-on training. As each student learns to rig
their lines and hoist their sails, they set off for a day on
the St. Johns River.
"The students arrive here Saturday night and we start
our classroom sessions that evening. The next morning,
we finish the classroom portion and do a swim test
because all the students have to demonstrate swimming
proficiency. Then we head to the water," explained
Spencer. "The first day was like they were playing bumper
boats. That's our high-risk day, if anything is really going


to go wrong it'll be on the first day. 40ost of them are
scared to leave the pier. Then they'll go out and keep going
straight because they are afraid to turn. By the end of the
week, we have to go get them because they just take off."
Throughout the week, the students were required to
man each of the different types of sailboats used.
The students start out working together as a team on
the larger boats. By the end of the week, each one has
spent time in the one-man Laser boats learning to maneu-
ver it on their own. Of course, an instructor is always
nearby to offer assistance.
"It's really a lot of fun and we are learning so much.
We've learned about the different parts of the sails, the
boats, how to sail and tying knots. This is the first time
I've been sailing. I caught on pretty quick, it's really a
great class," said student Brandy Grimes of Fernandina
Beach High School, Fernandina Beach.
By the end of each day, the students were pretty
exhausted but proud of their accomplishments. "We're
learning all kinds of things tacking, jiving, rules of the
road for sailing. It's a very challenging course. Luckily, I
haven't capsized or crashed. It's a lot of teamwork and I'm
very glad that I'm part of the class," remarked David
Berard of Fleming Island High School, Fleming Island.
"This year has been a lot more challenging because we
had more students. It's not easy getting all these kids and
24 boats rigged and in and out of the water everyday. It's a
team effort all the way," added Spencer.
The class ended Friday with students participating in a
graduation ceremony. Although a little weary and sun-
burned, they were proud of their accomplishments.


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they will be ready the following morning.


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Police officer leads a double life


By E72(SW) Bill Larned
Special Contributor
Dave Colburn rises each
morning ready to execute
more than just the respon-
sibilities of the NAS Jacksonville
deputy safety officer. Colburn is
also a deputy sheriff in the Clay
County Sheriff's Office Auxiliary
Unit and has worked in law
enforcement for 25 years.
Auxiliary officers do not work
for pay, but for the satisfaction of
improving the community and
saving people's lives. "I feel good
about taking criminals off the
streets and keeping people safe,"
Colburn asserted.
"Auxiliary units don't just
patrol, write tickets or make
arrests. Auxiliary officers also pro-
vide public services including
security for school functions,
search and rescue and traffic
direction," he added.
"Homeowners that are depart-
ing on vacation can be placed on a
list to have their property checked
each shift. These are just some of
the public services that the auxil-
iary unit provides the community."
When working with a full-time
officer on a beat, Colburn assumes
the 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. shift in the
north end of Clay County. For him,
night duty is more interesting. "All


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Dave Colburn prepares to direct
traffic on Blanding Boulevard
Sunday morning.
the bad guys are out," he says,
"and it's not quite as hot at night,
which makes life easier for me
when I'm walking around in a uni-
form during the summer."
Colburn has seen his share of
incidents since joining the Clay
County Sheriff's Office, but many
have their rewards.
"One day I was following a car
whose driver was obviously drunk.
I was in uniform in my privately
owned vehicle and radioed the dis-


patch to send a beat unit to me. By
the time he arrived, an undercover
officer, a tactical unit, a Green
Cove police officer and I were all
following the car. All of us were
pursuing him with our lights on,
lit up like Christmas trees. His
record indicated that he'd been
stopped for 41 separate drinking-
and-driving incidents in his life-
time. The worst part was, he never
saw any of us pursuing him, even
with our lights blazing. He pulled
over only because he'd spilled his
beer," recalls Colburn.
Colburn says a certain thrill
exists, even in training, when
learning how to apprehend crimi-
nals. Learning how to steer
around a serpentine obstacle
course while training for high
speed pursuits had a certain
appeal for Colburn.
Pistol training was another test
of skill that takes practice.
Colburn's position demands a
plethora of training, ranging from
law to first aid to public affairs. It
is not uncommon for a police offi-
cer to be the first on the scene. If
someone's life is in danger of an
accident or assault, CPR and first
aid skills are crucial.
For service members and civil-
ians interested in a career in law
enforcement, Colburn's advice isto


get involved. "There are many
local police organizations with a
ride-along program. Call the police
department and sign up to ride in
a patrol car with an officer on his
or her beat," Colburn said.
There are also reserve units in
Jacksonville, Green Cove Springs
and the Florida Highway Patrol.
Many police stations welcome vol-
unteers to assist in law enforce-
ment. Volunteers ride along with
fully certified police officers and
assist them in their duties. Adding
actual experience to a resume
could lead to being recruited for a
paying job.
The Clay County Sheriffs Office
is currently recruiting dependable
men and women for the auxiliary
unit. According to Colburn, volun-
teering as an auxiliary officer will
greatly enhance a law enforce-
ment resume. Auxiliary officers
are exposed to the situations
police officers face on a daily beat.
Two types of auxiliary officer
positions are available to volun-
teers. The positions include high
liability auxiliary and fully certi-
fied. A high liability auxiliary offi-
cer receives four months of train-
ing through the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
(FDLE).
Fully certified officers receive


nine months of training. To obtain
full certification, auxiliary officers
take college courses in criminal
justice, complete an emergency
vehicle operator course, finish
firearms training, which includes
using non-lethal weapons such as
pepper spray, gain the skills of a
medical first responder, learn per-
sonal protection and compliance
tactics, and pass an FDLE exam.
According to Colburn, the cours-
es are of critical importance and
failure to complete any of them
will stop a student from becoming
a law enforcement officer. Anyone
interested in this challenging and
rewarding field can consult the
Clay County Sheriff's Office Web
site at www.claysheriff.com.
After years of police work,
Colburn doesn't seem to blink an
eye at having to put on a uniform
after a full day at NAS Jax.
"Taking a dangerous person off
the street during an arrest is a
gratifying moment for a police offi-
cer. When you've just made the
community a safer place, it ends
your day on a high note, no matter
how long you've served in police
work," Colburn concluded.
As for the near future, Colburn
intends to remain an auxiliary
officer with the Clay County
Sheriff's Office.


NAS Jax officer gives

ByJOl Mike England i
Assistant Editor r '- O


any people get mar-
ried because they
want to share their
life with someone special.
Through the years, many
couples end up sharing cars,
homes and children.
However, many don't expect
to share internal organs
after saying "I do."
But that's exactly what
one NAS Jacksonville cou-
ple did last month. When
NAS Jax Assistant
Operations Officer Lt. Cmdr.
John Vankampen found out
that his wife, Cathy
Vankampen would need a
kidney, he didn't hesitate to
go under the knife.
"My wife and. I have been
married for 10 years and
she has had kidney prob-
lems for the last 20. She had
to have one of her kidneys
removed in 1988. After that,
her other kidney began to
slowly deteriorate," John
said.
Cathy's one good kidney
served her well for years
until last year when it
began functioning at only 20
percent.
"When it reached 20 per-
cont we discussed what our
options would-be with our
doctor," John said. "The doc-
tors made it clear to us that
we either had to go through
a transplant or she would
have to suffer through kid-
ney dialysis for the rest of


Photo courtesy of Lt. Cmdr. John Vankampen
Cathy Vankampen poses for a picture with her husband, NAS
Jax Assistant Operations Officer Lt. Cmdr. John Vankampen,
just hours after one of John's kidneys was successfully trans-
planted into Cathy.


her life."
Kidney dialysis would
have involved going to the
hospital three times a week
for two hours a day two
clean her blood. The side
effects to this procedure
include nausea and a lack of
energy.
"After a lot of discussion,
we decided that a kidney
transplant was the only way
to go," John stated. "The doc-
tor ran a couple of tests on
me to make sure that my
blood type and antigens
were compatible, then I ran
a request through my chain
of command."
After all the paper work
and preparations were com-
plete, the Vankampens
finally had the surgery May
10.
"I was definitely nervous,


but I was ready to get it
done," John said. "The whole
thing took about six hours,
four for the surgery and two
hours in the recovery room."
Afterwards, the Vankam-
pens were up and walking
around just hours after the
surgery. Cathy took to her
new kidney almost immedi-
ately. It began functioning
at nearly 100 percent just
hours after the surgery.
Although Cathy is still at
home recovering and has to
take 14 pills a day, twice a
day, her quality of life has
improved immensely.
"Just seeing her smile
again is a reward in itself,"
John stated. "She has had
only one minor setback
which resulted in her hav-
ing to go back under the
knife to drain some excess


spouse

fluid that was building up
around her new kidney
June 10. That's not nearly
as bad as it sounds though.
Overall she's doing great."
As for John, he has
returned to work. However,
his flight status has been
suspended for six months
and he's currently on light
duty.
"I'Tm doing great. It's stan-
dard procedure for a pilot or
naval flight officer to be
grounded for six months
after major surgery, regard-
less of how things turn out.
I'll have to go through a
complete flight physical in a
few months before I can be
returned to flight status," he
said.


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happy with how the trans-
plant went and strongly rec-
ommends kidney donation
to anyone with a sick family
member or friend.
"This is one of the most
rewarding things I've ever


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donation is very safe and it
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the person receiving the kid-
ney."
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By Lt. James Warner
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Family
Medicine Department

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.
Warner is a physician in the
Family Medicine Clinic.
As we approach bath-
ing suit season, peo-
ple often complain
about the spare tire that
spontaneously appears in
their midsection or extra
baggage in their hips. As a
family physician, I am often
consulted on how much food
is the right amount, or how
to diet appropriately, or
answer myths about diet
fads and uncommon eating
practices.
Although we can't answer
all the questions about
health and fitness in this
article, we can answer some
questions regarding this
topic. Interestingly enough,
I recently received a
funny email from another
fellow physician about this
very same topic just last
week, entitled "Health
Question and Answer
Session." I would like to dis-
cuss this "enlightening"
questionnaire and answer
the questions more appro-
priately for all Navy person-
nel and their families .
just in case you accidentally
re-ceived this email or know
the individual responsible
for its creation.
We will tackle this feat by
analyzing each one of the
questions asked about
health, nutrition, and fit-
ness, in this "supposed"
health question and answer
session..
Question 1: I've heard
that cardiovascular exercise
can prolong life. Is this true?
Article (Incorrect)
Answer: Your heart is only
good for so many beats, and
that's it don't waste
them on exercise. Every-
thing wears out eventually.
Speeding up your heart will
not make you live longer;
that's like saying you can
extend the life of your car by
driving it faster. Want to live
longer? Take a nap.
Correct Answer: Poor
physical fitness is a better
predictor of death than
other risk factors like smok-
ing, heart disease, and high
blood pressure.
Many studies that have
examined the physical fit-
ness levels of adults found
that those who maintain or
improve their level of fitness


1 questions &

are less likely to die from friends can be a social tonic.
cardiovascular disease than These physical and psychic
consistently unfit adults. effects may contribute to
The surgeon general of the overall improved health and
United States recommends wellbeing. But, even moder-
that people of all ages ate drinking carries some
should get at least 30 min- risks, such as disrupting
utes of aerobic activity on sleep, cloud judgment, and
most days of the week (that interacting with medica-
would mean 4 out of 7). tions.
Question 2: Should I cut Alcohol interacts in poten-
down on meat and eat more tially dangerous ways with
fruits and vegetables? a variety of medications
Article (Incorrect) including acetaminophen,
Answer: You must grasp antidepressants, anticonvul-
logistical efficiencies. What sants, painkillers, and seda-
does a cow eat? Hay and tives. It is also addictive,
corn. And what are these? especially for people with a
Vegetables. So a steak is family history of alcoholism.
nothing more than an effi- For alcohol drinkers, a
cient mechanism of deliver- three-quarter-liter bottle of
ing vegetables to your sys- wine a day increases the
tem. Need grain? Eat chick- risk of upper aerodigestive
en. Beef is also a good tract cancer 9 times. If you
source of field grass (green already drink alcohol or
leafy vegetable). And a pork plan to begin, I would rec-
chop can give you 100 per- ommend a moderate intake,
cent of your recommended no more than two drinks a
daily allowance of vegetable day for men or one drink a
products. day for women.
Correct Answer: The Question 4: How can I
USDA recommends two to calculate my body/fat ratio?
three servings from the Article (Incorrect)
meat group each day or the Answer: Well, if you have a
equivalent of 5 to 7 ounces body and you have body fat,
of protein such as lean beef your ratio is one to one. If
in its Food Guide Pyramid. you have two bodies, your
The USDA also recom- ratio is two to one, etc.
mends three to 5 servings of Correct Answer: A sim-
vegetables and 2 to 4 serv- ple way to calculate your
ings of fruit. A vegetable body/fat ratio is to use a
group servings is either 1 body mass index (BMI).
cup of raw leafy vegetables, BMI = (Weight in Pounds /
1/2 cup of other vegetables (Height in inches) x (Height
cooked or raw, or 3/4 cup of in inches) x 703.
vegetable juice. The
American
Institute for Cancer BMI Status
Research considers it bene- Below 18.5 Underweight
ficial for the official US 18.5-24.9 Normal
dietary guidelines to change 25.0 29.9 Overweight
its emphasis increasing con- 30.0 and Above Obese
sumption of vegetables and www.CDC.gov
fruit. Some evidence sug-
gests that this change in
eating pattern, when Question 5: What are
matched with regular physi- some of the advantages of
cal exercise and the avoid- participating in a regular
ance of tobacco, 'decreases exercise program?
cancer risk by as much as Article (Incorrect)
70 percent. Answer: Can't think of a
Question 3: Should I single one, sorry. My philos-
reduce my alcohol intake? ophy is: No Pain...Good..
Article (Incorrect) Correct Answer: Com-
Answer: No, not at all. pared with being a couch
Wine is made from fruit. potato, being physically
Brandy is distilled wine, active for at least 30 min-
that means they take the utes, four days a week helps
water out of the fruity bit so reduce the risk of develop-
you get even more of the ing or dying of heart dis-
goodness that way. Beer is ease.
also made out of grain. It has other health bene-
Bottoms up! fits as well: helps build and
Correct Answer: It's maintain healthy bones,
safe to say that alcohol is muscles, and joints, builds
both good and evil, the dif- endurance and muscular
ference lying in quantity of strength, manage weight,
alcohol. A drink before a lowers risk factors for car-
meal can improve digestion diovascular disease, colon
or reduce tension at the end cancer, type 2 diabetes,
of a stressful day and the helps control blood pressure,
occasional drink with promotes psychological well-


JaxAirNews, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 23, 2005 11



Answers: A review


being and self-esteem, and
reduces feelings of depres-
sion and anxiety. No one is
too young or too old to enjoy
the benefits of regular phys-
ical activity.
Question 6: Aren't fried
foods bad for you?
Article (Incorrect)
answer: You're not listen-
ing. Foods are fried these
days in vegetable oil. In fact,
they're permeated in it. How
could getting more vegeta-
bles be bad for you?
Correct answer: fried
foods are more likely than
unfried foods to increase the
likelihood of developing
hardening of the arteries.
When fat is reheated to fry-
ing temperatures the second
time, as in a deep fat fryer,
the fat is more likely to
develop cancer-producing
agents; these foods contain a
potentially dangerous sub-
stance known as acry-
lamide, which may be linked
to cancer.
Question 7: Will sit-ups
help prevent me from get-
ting a little soft around the
middle?
(Article (Incorrect)
answer: Definitely not!
When you exercise a muscle,
it gets bigger. You should
only be doing sit-ups if you
want a bigger stomach.
Correct answer: The
stomach muscles transmit
forces from the lower body
to the upper body. A strong
midsection is essential for
keeping your body and ath-
letic movements synchro-
nized.
The best way to get rid of
abdominal fat is to do 3
things: 1) Do regular cardio-
vascular exercise 3-5 times
per week to burn fat. 2) Eat
a healthful, low-fat diet. 3)
Perform abdominal exercis-
es to strengthen the muscles
under the fat.
Question 8: Is chocolate
bad for me?
Article (Incorrect)
answer: Are you crazy?
Hello .. Cocoa beans .
another vegetable!!! It's the
best feel-good food around!
Correct answer: The
biggest problem with
overindulgence in chocolate
is weight gain. Most choco-
late desserts are rich in


sugar and saturated fat,
which makes them high in
calories.
On a positive note some
research in high quality
dark chocolates can provide
some protection against
heart disease and high
blood pressure, but not
enough to substitute for cur-
rent blood pressure medica-
tions. An additional inter-
esting note is that
researchers in Italy recently
concluded "chocolate can
have a positive physiological
impact on a woman's sexu-
ality." The key to this ques-
tion is control. I wouldn't
recommend more than 2 oz.
of dark chocolate in a day, in
conjunction with a healthy
diet and regular exercise.
Question 9: Is swimming
good for your figure?
Article (Incorrect)
answer: If swimming is
good for your figure, explain
whales to me.
Correct answer:
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round fitness. Swimming
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Question 10: Is getting
in-shape important for my
lifestyle?
Article (Incorrect)
answer: Hey! 'Round' is a
shape!
Correct answer: Your
lifestyle is all about the
choices you make on what
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The quality of your life
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In conclusion, stay
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'CMC Challenge' builds 'Esprit d'Corps'


By Loren Barnes
NavHosp lax Public Affairs
N aval Hospital Jack-
sonville fielded
week-long series of
competitive events leading
to the annual command pic-
nic on June 10. The compe-
tition dubbed the "Com-
mand Master Chief (CMC)
Challenge" after its princi-
ple organizer, CMDCM
Richard Sylve, was meant
to build camaraderie among
the hospital staff.
Sylve said he thought the
event would be "a morale
booster and promote esprit
d' corps." He explained, "We
asked all the directorates,
including our civilian staff,
to get involved. I think it
was a real success with
more than 400 people par-
ticipating, including civil-
ians. This set the standard
for our morale efforts. It
shows our young Sailors
that yes we have to work Naval Hospital Jacksonville C
hard, and yes we deploy, shoulders of his troops to sho
but we can work hard and ed in the "CMC Challenge."
still take time to have a hospital's directorates leading
good time." the CMC Challenge Cup that
The hospital's executive petition-winning CO/XO/DFA
officer agreed. "It's a good
thing for morale," said
Capt. Elaine Wagner. "I'd
like to see this repeated. We
had a lot of participation
out there for the sit-ups, the .
push-ups, all the events. It
was really good," she said.
In fact, the CMC is plan-
ning more such events with
the next CMC Challenge to
take place in December.
HMCS (FMF/PJ) Sean
Christopher, who competed
for the Director for Nursing
Services team in the tug-of-
war and push-ups competi-
tions, is looking forward to
future Challenges. "To see -
the smiles on the junior -
people's faces was just HN Dominick Breedlove play
great," he said. "Being a Support team, goes airborne z
competitor I really enjoyed ball in fierce basketball ac
it. And I think it was good Surgical Services team. The
for some of the people who team won the basketball com[
wouldn't normally think of
participating in PRT F
events. This might stimu-
late interest in their getting ..:-
in better shape. It's infec-
tious! In fact, this spurred .
such competitiveness that
the guys I beat in my direc-
torate want to put together
a directorate challenge!"
Speaking for the team
that took home the CMC
Challenge Cup, Hospital .
Director for Administration .
Cmdr. Gina Spleen indicat-
ed that her team intends to
hold onto their laurels. She
said, "The success of the \
CO/XO/DFA Directorate in
the CMDCM competition
was truly outstanding. We _
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thought we were going to die. I was
born and raised here and lived on the
river when I was young. I have never
seen the river like it was that day.
The waves were crashing over the
boat and there was debris every-
where," recalled Lanier. "We were
almost to the stranded boat when the
Coast Guard showed up. After we res-
cued the family, they followed us back
in. It was the most harrowing rescue,
I've ever performed."
"I've been a firefighter for five years
and this was the most extreme situa-
tion I've had to deal with. This was by
far the biggest challenge I've had to
face," added Clark. "We train quite a
bit to be prepared for different situa-
tions. I was a rescue swimmer in the
Navy for five years so I've had a lot of
training in this area. I'm pretty com-
fortable on the water."
"I am so proud of David and
Rodney. Probably the hardest thing
for a chief fire officer to do is put their
people in danger. As I watched them
go on the river in that boat that day, I
really wondered if I had sent them to
their deaths," said NAS Jax Fire
Chief Randy Hall.
"As I watched the waves go over the
boat, I was wondering how we would
take care of their families. I thought
about .their funerals. The weight of
the world rested on my shoulders. I
sent these two brave men who volun-
teered to go out there and I was
responsible for that. When you go
through fire operations, they are con-,
trolled situations. This rescue was an
uncontrolled situation, Mother
Nature controlled it. Thankfully
everything turned out okay. I was so
happy when they came in and hugged
them both," he continued. "The police
officers on board were just as much
heroes as these two were. I hope they
will be recognized as well. Without
them, the mission wouldn't have been
accomplished. It was a combined
operation. I appreciate their efforts
and everything they do."
As for being recognized with such a
prestigious award, both Lanier and
Clark say it's a team award. "I'm hon-
ored to receive this award, but there
were a lot more people involved in the
rescue than just the two of us. We're
the two from the fire department who
went out on the boat, but it took every
other person that was involved on the


shoreline and the two police officers
that went out with us. If they hadn't
captained the boat, we couldn't have
made the rescue," stated Lanier.'
"This is by far the biggest recogni-
tion I've gotten for anything. But we
have a lot of really talented and dedi-
cated people. I know any one of our
guys would have done the same thing
I did, I'm just getting this award
because I was the first to volunteer to
go on the boat that day," added Clark,
modestly.
Also being recognized as runners up
in the competition are the entire NAS
Jax Fire Department for Best Overall
Fire Department, NAS Jax Fire Chief
Randy Hall in the Civilian Fire
Officer category and NAS Jax
Firefighter David Alban in the
Civilian Firefighter category.
The fire -department had numerous
accomplishments over the past year.
They were the first Department of
Defense agency to complete re-accred-
itation by the Commission of Fire
Accreditation International. Members
of the department also created a
model-training program to train ship-
board Sailors to become certified fire-
fighters using in-house assets at no
cost to the command.
Other accomplishments include:
assisting the 101st Airborne Division
with their deployment and return of
250 in support of Operation Iraq
Freedom; helping Federal Emergency
Management Agency teams stage at
NAS Jax to assist Florida hurricane
victims; developing an in-house emer-
gency medical technician training
program; creating a new work sched-
ule for department personnel to
reduce overtime; develop a partner-
ship with the City of Jacksonville Fire
Department and build a new state-of-
the-art fire station at Outlying Field,
Whitehouse.
"We continuously look at ways to
improve efficiency. We don't sit
around here saying we have a great
department. We have a good depart-
ment. I do want to have one of the
best in the Navy, but I don't want the
best. If you think you have the best,
then you don't think you can improve.
I plan to have one of the best, but
we're always looking for improve-
ments and better ways of doing
things," explained Hall, who took over
as fire chief last year.
As for his own recognition, Hall,
who has been a firefighter for 30


years, also doesn't consider it an indi-
vidual award. "It's a departmental
award. I'm just fortunate enough to
be in the right place at the right time
in my life. I'm fortunate to be at NAS
Jax. This command has a way of mak-
ing people excel because it's such a
fun place to work. My skipper and
executive officer have given me lee-
way to do a lot of things, they exercise
complete trust in me and we've made
some big differences in our depart-
ment here in the last year," he stated,
enthusiastically.
"We are always trying to maintain
our reputation and-looking at cus-
tomer service. We always try to do the
best we can for our customers because
I don't just serve people on the street.
I serve American heroes and they
deserve the absolute best in customer
service and professionalism," he con-
tinued. "If we can do our small part
and ensure their families are safe our
mission is being performed and
they've got the tools they need to go
fight the war on terrorism. When
someone deploys from here, I don't
want them to worry about something
happening to their family. We are
going to take care of them."
Also selected as a runner up is
Firefighter David Alban for develop-
ing,a unique database to track every
part, required maintenance, cylinder
and regulator/harness assembly for
the department's self-contained
breathing apparatus program. "Dave
developed a methodology so all I have
to do is look at his spreadsheets and I
know everything that is being done to
our air packs. He has also completely
revamped out training program. He's
a great asset to this fire department,"
said Hall.
Alban is also modest about being
selected. "I'm humbled to be recog-
nized. It's a team effort. It belongs to
everyone. We don't have a typical nor-
mal job, it can get extreme at times
and we have to have people behind
us. Most people get an assignment
and have time to work on it. In our
job, everything is a crisis," he
remarked.
Lanier and Clark will go on to com-
pete for the Department of Defense
Fire and Emergency Service Award,
which will be announced during a
conference in Denver, Colo. in August.
The NAS Jax Fire Department will
also be honored as runner-up at the
conference.


FOSTER: Family started fostering association in Clay


-From Page 1

reach age 18 and are legal-
ly adults no longer under
the care of the state, but
nearly 70 percent will take
up to 24 months in foster
care before a family adopts
them.
. Upon moving in June of
last year to a larger, six
bedroom house in Clay
County, the Ayres discov-
ered that there was not a
foster parenting association
there and they decided to
form one with the help of
the Florida State Foster
Adoptive Parent
Association. Mary serves as
the treasurer on the
Executive Committee of the
Clay County Foster Adopt
Parents Association and
Rich serves as a coordina-
tor for the training pro-
gram.
Rich also helps mentor
other foster parents with
meetings on how to deal
with the stress of parent-


ing, how to deal with
behavior problems like
attention deficit hyperactiv-
ity disorder, and how to file
for adoption subsidies and
foster care compensation.
It was his training as an
instructor for the P-3
Organizational Level
Avionics Technician Course
at Maintenance Training
Unit 1011 that made him a
natural choice for the job.
In addition, the Ayres
have arranged clothing
drives to help get much
needed clothing for the chil-
dren in foster care that
often come to a foster home
with little or no personal
clothing or are rapidly
growing out of clothes that
they brought.
It was selfless acts like
these that gained him the
award as Foster Parent of
the Year. He also was invit-
ed to the National Foster
Parents Association
Conference in California to
attend the weeklong 35th


Annual Education Confer-
ence, as a part of the cele-
bration of National Foster
Care Month, whichwas
held during May.


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examples of how the Navy
and the civilian community
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by pet store. Skin from an Eastern Downback rattlesnake (right) fascinates
Caitlyn Watson, 9. "It makes me wonder how big and how old this snake
was," she said, excitedly. Watson's dad is a Sailor aboard NAS Jacksonville.


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Summer perinatal classes scheduled
aval Hospital Jacksonville offers Experienced Parents:
classes for expectant/new parents to June 27 1:15-3 p.m.
help them get their little Sailors off July 11, 18, 25 1:15-3 p.m.
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VIPs: Visitors from Kazakistan and Tajikistan tour hospital


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arts, and other key fields.
Selected by American
embassies abroad, interna-
tional visitors come to the
United States to meet and
confer with their profes-
sional counterparts and to
gain an appreciation of the
ethnic, cultural, political,
and socio-economic diversi-
ty of the U.S.
The group that visited
the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville were from the
former Soviet states of
Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
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tries' hospitals and health
departments as well as
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State Department Lang-
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interpreting services
accompanied them.
The group's primary
interest was to look at the
"role of government and
non-government organiza-
tions in preventing drug
addiction and HIV/AIDS.
Besides visiting the Naval
Hospital the group visited a
number of Jacksonville
area civilian clinics and
counseling centers. Hosting


the group in Jacksonville
was the International
Visitor Corps of Jack-
sonville.
The group was welcomed
aboard Naval Hospital
Jacksonville by Executive
Officer Capt. Elaine
Wagner. Internal Medicine
Physician Lt. Cmdr.
Michael Herman, the hospi-
tal's department head of
Consultative Medicine,
briefed the group on the
Navy's HIV/AIDS program.
Herman coordinates care of
newly diagnosed HIV
patients in the Navy's
Southeast Region and fol-
lows their care in the out-
patient clinic.
Substance Abuse Coun-
selors Charles Kerekes and
ETC(SS) Lee Grose pre-
sented an overview of
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Substance Abuse
Rehabilitation Program
(SARP).
Both briefs were followed
by lively question and
answer discussions with
the group. All the partici-
pants seemed to agree that
it was a positive experience
that led to greater under-
standing.
Kerekes said he enjoyed
sharing ideas. "It was an


important exchange about
the field of addiction. Their
questions about prevention
were good and they seemed
very enthusiastic," he said.
The group also received a
brief tour of the SARP facil-
ity and some of the hospi-
tal's outpatient clinics and
inpatient wards. The group
concluded the visit with
lunch in the hospital galley.


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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Tlhursday, June 23, 2005 15



VP-30 chiefs hold dining in


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meet-
ings are held the second
Tuesday/of each month at 7
p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive,
Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through December. Visitors
can attend lectures, docent-lead
tours, stroll the historic riverfront
gardens, view the museum's
Masterworks collection and spe-
cial exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's
hands-on education center. For
more information, about the
museum, 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 Ioad. Line
dance lessons re available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park/
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-

Marina


holds


Zephyrus


Races each

Friday
From MWR
he MWR Mulberry
Cove Marina is spon-
soring the 2005
Zephyrus Races every
Friday until Sept. 9 at NAS
Jax.
The one-design sailboat
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
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 reg-
ister and reserve a sailboat
at the marina, call 542-
3260.


groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit http://groups.
firstcoastcommunity.com/mom-
sclub.
The Association of Avia-
tion 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 As-
sociation of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open
invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Offi-
cers 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 Ri-
ders 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 inter-
ested 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 go to
www.fllx.org.
A Youth Fishing Derby will
be held Aug. 20 at Oceanway
Park from 9 a.m. to noon. A
Youth Fishing Tournament will
be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
information, call 573-4918.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will
host a military reunion at the
Days Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia,
N.Y. Sept. 15-18. Call Jules
Nagy at 1-888-333-2831 or 1-
888-333-2838 or email. him at
nonipopop@cs.com.


W. Marc Hardesty
Army, JAG, LTC (Ret)


By AWC Mike Walter
VP-30
The chief petty officers
(CPO) of VP-30 held
a dining in June 10
at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club. The guest of honor
was CMDCM Anthony Ford
of Commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Group.
More than 50 chiefs
attended as well as VP-30
Commanding Officer Capt.
Richard. Heimerle and
Executive Officer Cmdr.
Mark Creasey.
The President of the Pros'
Nest Chief Petty Officer's
Mess, CMDCM Gary Dryer,
started planning to hold
the special night last win-
ter as a way of bringing the
CPO Mess together.
AWCM Steve Fishbein
.was selected to act as Mr.
Vice. The dining in com-
mittee was chaired by ADC
Tom Lovelace and included
AMC J.T. Mills, AWC Mike
Walter and AEC Josh
Leach. Color Guard duties
were performed by AEC
Ken Mathis, YNC Scott
Jenkins, PRC Mike
Johnson and AMEC Phil
Hudson.


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Photo by AWC Mike Walter
Bagpiper Jim Sloan plays tra-
ditional music enhancing the
festivities of the Dining In.
The event was attended
by chiefs from VP-30, VP-
16, Naval Aviation Depot
Jax, Commander, Sea
Control Wing, U.S. Atlantic
Fleet. and Commander,
Patrol Reconnaissance
Wing 11.
CMDCM Anthony Ford
gave an inspiring speech
about the importance of
naval traditions and the


Photo by ADC Tom Lovelace
(From left) AEC Ken Mathis, AEC Joe Dorpinghaus, ATC Bob
Nicholas, ATC John Garrigan, AWCS Mike Fortin, AWCS
Dave Miller enjoy some camaraderie during the VP-30 Dining


In June 10.
Navy core values.
Heimerle's impromptu
speech about the critical
role of the CPO Mess in
naval operations was met
with a standing ovation.
Dryer spoke about leader-
ship within the CPO Mess
and Fishbein spoke about
embracing change with the
looming transition to a new
airframe for Patrol and
Reconnaissance operations.
The Officers' Club served
a delectable six-course meal


with equally outstanding
service from the staff. A
traditional bagpiper was
included in the ceremony as
well as a POW/MIA table
and a ceremonial smoking
lamp. AWC Ollie Keil and
AWCS Mike Fortin put on
an unforgettable parading
of the beef. The event was
judged to be a resounding
success by all who attend-
ed. Dryer is planning on
making this an annual
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Currently under renovation.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinset-
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Outdoor pool Open through Aug. 15
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. recre-
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Sunday 1-5 p.m. recreational swim
Call 542-2930 for more information.


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
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Sterling Casino Cruise, Aug.7
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hour cruise.
$13.50/person, must be 21.
Sign up by Aug. 3.


Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
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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.

Free Movies at the Base Theater
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Blade: Trinity (R)

For more information about the marina,
please call 542-3260.
Zephyrus Races
Every Friday evening through Sept. 9
6:30 p.m.
One-Design Sailboat Races


Photo by O1 Mike England
Information, Ticket and Tours (I.T.T.) Cruise Counselor Joyce Capling sells Disney World tick-
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trips to nearby attractions. For more information, call 542-3318.


Entry fee is $5 per race.
Sailboats raced from the marina are free.
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@

Friday night events are for ages K-17.
For more information on the youth center
please call 778-9772.
Skate Night
Tomorrow, 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.


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 registration
and celebration after the ride. For more informa-
tion, call Kristen Folkers at 202-2366.
Kingfish tournament
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Soccer

champs
The HS-11 "Dragonslayers"
won the NAS Jacksonville
Intramural Soccer
Championship last week. The
championship brought to an
end a season which saw the
team go undefeated. (Back
row left to right) Cmdr.
Steven Yoder, AZ1
Christopher Alfred, Lt. Matt
Wright, AT3 Stephen
Tamburri, AZ2 Brandon
Kros, AEAN Christopher
Jacobs. (Front row left to
right) AZ3 Juan Barrios,
AW2 Kenny Sevenello, AW3
Francis Canaan, AMAN
Boimah Sambola.


Photo courtesy of HS-I 1


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Football players needed
The intramural flag football league is now
forming. This league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty commands and personnel. The
season is scheduled to begin in July. Roster
and entry form are due by tomorrow. Stop
by the gym to pick up the rules and entry
forms to join the league.
Officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for
basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333,
Volleyball meeting
A Captain's Cup fall indoor volleyball
meeting will be held July 20 at 11:30 a.m. in
Building 850, located at the intersection of
Yorktown and Mustin Road. The league is
open to all NAS Jax active duty commands


and personnel. The season is scheduled to
begin in September with games being
played at lunchtime. Commands having an
athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting will receive five
Captain's Cup points.
Navy Southeast Regional,
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k,
marathons, and/or triathlons. The Navy will
showcase elite active duty men and women
in regional races. Uniforms are provided as
well as transportation, entry fees, and lodg-
ing 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 regionall qualifying time, call the
NS Mayport Sports Coordinator at 270-
5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:


5K-
Women 24:00
10K -
Women 46:00
Marathon -
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon -
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time
run, 40k bike


Men 19:00
Men 34:00
Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
based on 1.5k swim, 10k


Sand Volleyball Standings
As of June 17
Team Wins Losses
NAR 2 0
CV-TSC 2 0
VP-30 1 1
HS-15 Sand Fleas 1 1
CNATTU (1) 1 1
CNATTU (2) 1 1
HS-15 Helo Squad 0 2
SERCC 0 2


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From NAS Jax MWR
Attention military baseball fans!
Specially priced tickets will be avail-
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baseball team is offering military members
the opportunity to purchase tickets 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
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APARTMENTS389 317 $ II00. s Call 730-8606 Unbea, Sstable R NPrist P/ae n !-ap2
SALESPERSONp1200m. 904 338- 5692
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ewIStart Today! 904-21-9402 upgrades, $915 704-9885
I 4 1 Call 955-9413 Ask forJoe PVB- Grand Cay Villas
Avondale- 2/1,CH/A. 3/2+ gar. Must see.
8:30-5:30 M-F SAVE THOUSANDS! remod.,$750m, $600sec. $1375 254-2672
8:30-5:30 Land Home Package! lyr lease 904-535-8910
W 10011 3/2 Double Wide on 2 PVB OCEANUNKS 2/2, fpl
Acres in Jacksonville. scr prch, W/D. $1100m.
$900 Down. $595 Mo. AVONDALE HI RISE 904-273-5732/349-3947
CALL 291-3100 RIVERFRONT
S'slde/Bch Blvd. 2/2 in Efficiency & 1/2/3 Bd. CSIHOMES OF
pnk. scrn porch. needs Balcony, Heat/AC Paid! SAN MARCO
IN tmin wrik $5000 obo. 382. 0664 384-6151 Mon-Sat 2 BEDROOM / BATH
FFO ABLE 2006s ARE COMIN IN Bameadows/S'side RECENTLY UPGRADED!
AFFORD BLEMUST SELL ALL 200s. QUIET & CONVENIENT UNITS SURROUND
Call Ron 904-259- 8028 Come HomeTo A NICE LANDSCAPED
m oneIEI' LARGE o.2Kings Crossing, COURTYARD WITH POOL!
DUE flha uhImh~fltO 2100 SQ.FT. NEW 5/3 STUDIO. 1 & 2BR WATER INCL IN LEASE!
,On1 Acre. Buy for only. $499 Moves you In. $650 & UP A MONTH

? 500BMd o sonelect units $32 99 SECTION 8 APPROVED.
1 2 3IEDROO M1V Ca1 477-4225 or Email t GOING FAST!! (904) 730-8060
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wwOffering Spaiiousc St.Johns Twn Cntr,
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20 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 2:


410 Condominiums
WSIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Near Riverside, $895m
boat dockage, 757-0775

415 Houses
41.5 Furnished

S 5 MI FROM NavSta
Mayport, family
S|cuommunlty, 4br/
3ba, 3 car garage.
all appliances & gar-
den tools. $1400/mo.
Officially reassigned.
Call 912-577-1304
SAN MARCO AREA.
Adorable bungalow,
completely furnished.
2/1. Carport, huge yard,
two sheds. $1,000. Avail.
July 15. Leave msg.
762 9350.

420 ) Houses
F Unfurnished

AMELIA ISLAND 3/2, Irg
yd. avail 7/1, $1250 +
sec dep. 904 491-6598
AkGYLE/Greyfleld -3/2,
2 car gar, ct/a, $1000mo.
+utll. 904-318-8030
ARGYLE 3/2
Great Rm, Fpic, Pet Ok.
Refs Req $995 7782897
aleview @ Watermill
9367 Prosperity Court
3/2 1741 $1150
Available Late June!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

Norhwood @ Watermlll
Previous Model Home
9502 Staples Mill
4/2 1745SF $1125
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARL /MONUMENT OAKS-
4br/2ba, fplc, fnc yd,
1950SF, $1200 + dep Mil
Disc. PH 1-888.393-3504
ARL lovely 3/2 w/ Irg
bonus rm, new refrig,
self cleaning stove, fen
yd, min to down town &
new shopping ctr, move
in special. $1195mo
1-888-240-3790
ATL BCH 3/2 bonus rm,
remod, ch&a, w/d hkup
bkyd $825 904-874-0788
BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
renov., no pets, n/s
$1075 mo+dep 923-0111
BAYMEADOWS 3/2,
renov.. no pets, n/s
$1200 mo+dep 923-0111
BEACHS/405 14th Ave. N.
3/1 near ocean. $1200m.
904-721-9913/707-1284
CF & HAS Batcheor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Refs Req 778- 2897
CHIMNEY LAKES- 3/2, FR
w/brk fplc, 2 car gar.
comm pool & rec area,
min. to malls & NAS Jax,
$1095 301-904-4221
DOWNTOWN Foreclosure
3Bed. Buy $27,900! For
listings 800-749-8124 x5437
EAGLE HARBOR 3/2. on
Golf Course $1550m
incl. Iwn svc. 215-6315
4 FLEMING ISL. 3/2,
2car gar, grntub.
t lanai 2002sf,
$1350m. Discount
long term lease
808-620-1719
Fleming Island 3/2 -
2 car gar, gard tub lane,
2200sf $1350/mo. disc.
for long term lease.
Call 808-620-1719
SFleming Island 3/2
2 car gar, gard tub
< a lanle, 2200s
$1350/mo. disc. for
Iong term lease. Call
808,-620-1719
904-504-8162
FRUITCOVE ESTATES
3/3+Bonus, 3000sf. fncd,
$1800m+dp. 904-874-3702
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


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ICW/WIndsor Park 4/2,
2228sf hwd firs, split fpl,
fen yd culdesac $1850m.
904-223-5720, 703-2054
ICW 3/2 garage, fp, ch&a
fenc yard. new carpet &
paint $975mo. 781-3652
JAX BCH 2 newer Irg
Immaculate homes 3/2
& 3/2.5, WD,yd serv.
$1600 + dep 249-2428
or 285-6283
JCP, 3/2.5, Icar. TH,
1463sf, ly/o, all apple,
$1075m. 151 Southern
Bay. 904-333-1379
JCP 4/2, 2cg culdesac,
fpi, ss apple, $1325m. 1104
Aluga Ct. 858-405-1441
JULINGTON 3/2, shady
oak, off Julington Crk.
stone fpic, grt n'hood,
$1295m + dep 349-6111
KERNAN 4/3 New, LR, DR.
FR. 2Story. no pets.
$1495. A P RIty 724- 3929
LakeShr Bd 3/2 on ac lot
gar apple wood pvt dr
1000 mo+dep 387-.3753
LUXURY BEACHFRONT
CONDOS, from $1700
www.leasedluxury.com
or call (904)807-0910
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,
lpets ok, close to
NAS $1,150. lyr
lease avail. July 1
268-3619 334-1962
MANDARIN 5 houses 3br
up to 5br 1 with pool,
starting from
$1150-$1750. Avail 6/1
Call 262-9535 268-2270
N.E. SIDE -upscale Vic-
toria Lakes new home
2,000sf, 322 + ofc, A
Rated Elem SchI,
$1395mo $1395 dep. NS/
No pets, 502-5519
NORTHSIDE -2/1, CH&A,
gar, $575mo. 1022 W.24
t. Call 651-742Z

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






N'SIDE/498ORTHSIDE St
wkRAND NEW HOES60k 01
NCreeksde/1, endw .
cpt 10249 Haver-1765SF Rd.
VModels To ChooseJ
N'Sde 3/1 Lem Turner &
FEDERATED MGMT.
GROUP


Dunn. fSDE/4908 Slver St.
3BR Block, eat-n-4kit
wkshop, $60k. 730-9101
N'SIDE 3/1, new apple. &
cpt 10249 Haverford Rd.
No pets, $850m. 307-7332
N'Side 3/1 Lem Turner &
Dunn. fenced yard, tile
$750mo. 874-0814
N'SIDE 3/2,2car, ch/a,
2000sf, Irg bckyd, FLR &

N'SIDE 3/2, remod, central
AC, Ig kit, nice, area. Ig
yd, $750m 904-514-9232
O.P. -Fleming Plantation,
3/2/2,1650sf, lyr lease,
$1150 476-7308
0. PK. OAKLEAF PLANT
new home 4br/2ba,
culdesac, sec sys
$1450+dp 904-291- 0799
O.P-St.Johns Riverpan-
oramic viewsApool,
lacr.2600sf,$1995mo,
264-1425. Realtor
OP/EAGLE HARBOR -
3/2, 1700sf $1250.
MAGNOLIA POINT
on golf course 3/2 $1350.
comm. pool tennis, for
both. Call 284-5461
OP/OAKLEAF4/2 New,
Fridge, W/D, Avail Now!
$1295m. 264-1425


FEDEATED

MANAGEMENT~

(904) 30-806


ARGYLE
8234 Rocky Creek
3/2 1841SF $900

3174 Loch Lomond Ln.
4/2 2082SF $1125

9502 Staples Mill
4/2 1745SF $1125


ARLINGTON
11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $850.


GREEN COVE SPRINGS
3332 Citations Dr.
3/2 1676SF $1025
/

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

935 Collinswood
3/2 1691SF $1295

NORTHSIDE
10398 Centerwood Dr
3/2 1640SF $995

2895 Centerwood Dr
3/2 14495F $950
$500 OFF 1ST MO
$500 OFF 2ND MO

8048 Lexington
3/1 1284SF $625

2247 3rd Avenue
3/2 $775

YULEE
861824 Worthington
3/2 13835F $1025


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

2658 Malibu Circle
3/2 1084SF $785

523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1050

WESTSIDE
8038 Beaver Creek
3/2 1268SF $925

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

9602 Grove Hills Ln
3/2 1745SF $975
AVAILABLE MID-JUNE

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

WORLD
GOLF VILLAGE
1330 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1195

1213 Ardmore Drive
4/2 1745SF $1170

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

2685 Secret Harbor
3/2 1000SF $925

1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF 5835

3723 Alcove
3/2 12685F $895


420 Houses
4 Unfurnished

OP/OAK LEAF New 4/2,
2300sf Avi immed. nr.
pool, $1400 904-215 1881
OP Fleming Island,
brand new condo, 3/2.5
single car gar, golf
course, pools, lots of
amenities, $1200 mo,
904-269 6757
OP Flem Isl Plant 4/2
$1195 A rated schls,
Amenities 619-572-3321
OP-Oakleaf Plant 4/2
1826 sf, fenc'd yd ydcu
de sac $1250 mo Short
term lease avail
904-886-4627
OP South/M'burg.
Beautiful 3/2.5 2380sf
culde sac, quiet n'hood
$1200mo. 485-0033
Orange Park Fleming
Isl/Eagle Harbor 4/3 -
Irg hm fenced yard
$1450mo. 407 467-2345
Orange Park South
1951 Calusa Trail
3/2 1475SF $950
LARGE FENCED YARD!
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Orange PK 3/2 ch&a fen
yd, $750 + dep lake
access No HUD 264 3226
ORANGE PK 3/2, 2 car
gar g grt rm, frml din,
eat in kit, fen yd, no
pets or smking, avail
7/1 $950mo 264-6805
Pablo Bay 4/3 lake,
comm pool/ tennis
$1995mo. 273-0125
Pace Island 4/2-5 2500sf
fen back yard. $1600mo.
+ Dep. Call 424-0300
PACE ISLAND Gate
comm 4/2, 4LR, FR. DR
Fpl. $1400mo 269-5460
Palm Coast/AA, unfurn
Lrg 2/2/2 w/Den, ten,
pool, bch/ICW $1200m
904-654-5976/262-5584
PVB/Fiddlers Marsh 3/2,
2cgar, comm pool/ten.
$1 475m. 352-514-1848
PVB Fairfield gated
comm 3/2 5/2,Fpl CV,
sec sys, on lake, lawn
serve. 1700SF, $1500mo +
dep. 543-8889; 545-7940
QUEENS HARBOUR
4 to 6 Br, from $2500
www.leasedluxury.com
or call (904)807-0910
REGENCY DAMES
PT AREA- 3/2, 2 car
Elfgar brand new
alarm system.
minutes from regency
Mall Zoo and Airport
$ 1150 382-1758
SAN JOSE/BOLLES 3/1.5
Brick w/hdwd firs, Irg
lot. $1200m. 219-4738
San Jose near Univ. Blvd
3/2 grt loc. wd firs, big
fen yd.$1100m. 614-3194
San Pablo-near inter-
coastal.San Pablo
Rd.3/2,all appl,1400sf,
lyr lease,$1275mo.
904-477-3193
SOUTHPOINT/SS
Quiet & great Ioc./2br
hardwd floors 755-8230
SOUTHSIDE BRAND NEW
TWNHSE 3/2.5, gar,
1600sf, $1250 673-4884
SPRINGFIELD 3/1 Ig bk yd
No pets, $675mo +
$500dep. Eric 813-4999
SS/Lakewood 2/1- 3644
Morton St. HVAC.No pets
$850m. Crdt, 737- 6020
S'S 3/2, Lg fncd yd,
$995+dp. 7051 Diamond
Head. 287-9165/728.0361
S'SIDE/BCH 3/2+Bonus,
Efficiency/Game room,
beautiful house
centrally located.
$1100m+$550dp+Appl
fee. 904-725-4498
S'SIDE- 5661 Beney Rd.
3br/2ba, 1500sf, fen yd
$900mo + dep. 398-6784
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 Florentine
beautiful 3/2, brand
new, $1500mo. Call
434-8424; 904-887-9691;
4 ST. MARY'S RENTAL
| 2br/2ba. garage, pool
SIaccess, 4 mi from
Kings Bay NSB, avail.
6/6/05. PCS $550/mo.
Call 912-882-6427
WATERFRONT
03br/1.5BA,
t, inground pool,
jetski ramp, boat
dock, Ig Florida room,
carport, 2 porches.
fenced yard $1075mo +
1025 dep.H904- 282-3195;
C 904-210-4495 (PCS)
WATERFRONT
priv 2/2 Riverfront
house with new cov-
ered 10,000 Ib boatlift,
0lmin to downtown,
$1100. 904-614-7800
WESTSIDE
1005 Legay Ave. 3/2,
$1100/mo. 887-1535
WESTSIDE
11017 Royal County Dr.
Panther Creek,
Executive Home, 3/2
$1400/mo.
FEDERATED REALTY
(904) 317-4511
WESTSIDE 3/2,
Apple, 1300sq ft,
$1100/mo 904-318-8830

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

WGV HL 4/2, 2car, 1900sf,
Ig yd, corn amen, appis,
fns. st/it lease 514-9049


3, 2005


200. Unfurnished 500 Industrial
WI Om For Sale
fncd yd, $525mo. HUD W'SIDEApprox 13ksf,
8459 Herlong 32210 $000m or Sell $495k.
389-0331 or 545-4836 Call 904-710-8009
W'side 2/2 twnhm 103rd
& Ricker Rd. remodeled Commercial/
$700mo. Call 8740814 505 Industrial
W'SIDE 3/2, 1500sf, For Rent
DANNY 904-910-8603 DAYCARE BLDG FOR

Ig d, Ready 7/1, $500sec. 768 8114
$lOS0mo. 22&3835 Elside 1036 East 215st St.
W'SIDE 4/2 near Trinity 2200sf.. 2stry bldg, 0.76 ac
Nice area, ready 7/15, lot. fenc$3400.904-739-5872
$1050m. 757-0775 MIDDLEBURG 1+ acre
W'side Westland Station. fen'd. Job site trailer, 2
Beautiful 3/2.2 y/o, offices, recep area,
1875sf, Scr. patio, lawn restroom, partial kit,
care W/D.$1300m. for lease. $1500mo
Lajana Hill, Century 21 office equip for sale
Harris 629-3103/778-7530. 904-406 2913
WS nice brick, clean 3/2 REGENCY/DAMES POINT
fplc gar, wkshp, new Offlce/whse. 2080sf, exc
paint new appls $950/ loc. Nr 9A/195. 696-9191
mo. near NA 472 9642 WSIDE Approx 13k sf,
Cl00,m or Sell $495k.
45 Manufactured call 904-o10-800
Homes

RIVERFRONT Black 507 For Sales
Hammock 1/1, lac $400
646-4757 743-0055 W'SIDE Sandwich Shop
W'SIDE ShindlerCv Sub. fully furn. bus. & prop.
3/2, 4/2 & 4/3 DW. Avi Turn key, 904-535-8334
Greg 904-376-5190

427 MobileHome 510 For Sale
427 Lot Rentals
SOUTHSIDE
SIDE Empty lot in quiet OFFICE CONDOS
senior park. $174 mo. Avenues Professional
Call Dawn 904-573.3644 Park is located off
____^___ __ Southside Blvd. at the
Avenues Mall. Offices
430 Roommates for sale or lease from
1060 SF to 6640 SF.
Prices begin at
Ati Bch/Mayport 3/2 TH $159,000. Call Justin
No Smoker/Pets $450 Clark at 904-886-7364.
mo. +1/2 utils 635.1971
BY TROUT RIVER Lg hm 5 Office Space
pool, furn. rm. until. incl. 15 For Rent
$115 wk $100dp 765-5742
MANDARIN -3/2 house, ARL. Professional Ofc
fncd yd, $285mo + utils Space 495sf up tol0k sf
386-3526 or 374-5594 Grt Rates! 800-871-9386
OP Room in 4/2.5 Pool ARL Office/retail space,
Home. No pets, $425m. prime loc. Ideal for sm.
Prof. fem pref'd 276-0055 church. Andy 477-2288
SOrange Park- share AVONDALE 774 SQ. FT.
large 2- story house Multi- User Office Space
I 4 near blending and Waterfront Property.
knight boxx, cable, CALL (904) 3846151
phone Included- $325 +
utilities. Also coz BLANDING BLVD-1723
home near O.P. mall Unit 106.720sf,$650nm.
expressway same rent. 904-277-T056
no smokers 612- 6646 MANDARIN -on San Jose
Ponte Vedra Share 3/2 Blvd. 312sf, $400mo.
pool home $59Smo+ Call 288-7373
dep, no smok 904-273-8937 PONTE VEDRA Sawgrass
Reserve@Point Mead- Village 127-3093SF,
ows & 9A Female share 1-800-587-9097 ext 29
2br Lux condo, N/S, no o
pets 1/2 util. $600mo. PROFC BLDG- 2 units
Call Laura 0-959- 4166 up to 4,000sf avail.
Call Laura 800-959-4166 Turnkey, best deal in
SRoommates town. San Jose 514-1090
wanted 3bdrm, 2
bth $400m + dep REGENCY/DAMESPOINT
Arlington 15 min Office space, 2priv.
from Mayport close to ofc+ubicle space. kit.
JU, split utiilles p.O.C. bath, strge, 1475sft, util
904-234-1652 Robert ncl. Call 696-9191
Meggs R'side- Newly reno-
R'side 15min to NAS $100 vated, 1400sf, nr 5 pts.
wk. $350m0. N/S no Perfect for prof ofc.
drugs, responsible 36-6954 $1450mo0. 2330 Park St.
Call Joe 904-669-5959
SWESTSIDE Share
3/2 house, furn Retail
I room, cable & WD. 525 Ra
6 miles to AS Jax. For Rent
Inci utils $350 w/$50
d rnking/NS. Will disc ATL BLVD. new 18,000sf
orimiltg/NS83-2220 isc strip ctr.pre const.
for military 783-2220. lease $16/sf. 993-4266

43s Rooms
435 to Rent

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


ATL. BEACH close to
Mayport Navy Base,
$400 mo 372-9735
MURRAY HILL Cable,
newly remod, $375/mo.
612-2468 or 387-6526
OP Efficiency, furn, sm
refrig, microwave,
cable off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 mo
Avail now Call 215-9416
Q. ROOMMATE
WANTED -to share
S3 br house. 10 min
4 from Mayport.
$600mo, utilspd.
Call 904-449-6395
SAN JOSE -cute house,
extra sitting rm, NS
fern. $475mo 733-9101
S'Side-Professional,
stable, male,$475 + 1/2
util.226-4166 must see!
Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts

LAKE HOUSE 4/2.5 ch&a,
6 acres, 400' on lake,
dock, 731-3837, See at:
www.vacationhomes.com #14366
1 NC MTNS Maggie
4 Valley, 1 bdrm
cottage $55,000
828- 926-1809
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $695wk.
352-376-9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront
OCEANFRONT LUXURY
for two, all amenities,
$1500m. (904) 471-0792
OCEANFRONT-S. Jax Bch
1/1 Beautifully furn.
$1600m. 904-881-5793





Commercial

Real Estate
500 CommerciaVl
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


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

n550 oBusiness
55 Opportunities

4-Sale Carpet Cleanin
Bus. Equip. Wands,
steamers rotary scrubber
hoses, 2 hand tools
spotter kit, 908-5418
carpetman2004@yahoo.com
SINGULAR WIRELESS
EXCLUSIVE AGENT
$250K Annual Revenue
Great Location 699-8692
CONY. STORE Westside
Food Store, very prof-
itable $$$. 904 465-5348
EARN $1000/SALE IN THE
4 TRILLION DOLLAR
TRAVEL INDUSTRY.
$1300. INVESTMENT
REQUIRED.
Ifisher3.vacationpower.com
Est. Year around Mand.
Lawn Accts. $6000.
Serious only. 708-8577

FRANCHISE THE NATION'S
OLDEST SUB SANDWICH
CHAIN INSIDE ONE OF THE
NATION'S LARGEST
RETAILERS.
Avg 200,000
shoppers weekly
SThe newest in store
designs
STurn-Key Operation
Time and sites are
limited.
Minimum $50k
liquid capital

Blimpie
Call Stefany today.
1-800-447-6256
ext. 183
ICE CREAM SHOP FOR
SALE -Briers. near
beach location, very
low overhead, turnkey
operation, great oppty
r high income. No
Royalty/ Franchise
fees. Only for $29,995.
904-226-3098 for info.
Uquor Ucense, 4COP; Duval
County, $2001000
Call (904) 631-6917


550 Business 707 Driver
Opportunities 70 rie
I CDL DUMP TRUCK
Mind your own Business! DRIVER; EQUIPMENT
Only $279. startup OPERATORS &LABOR-
costs. Earn up to 5-10K ERS. Call 904-237-2824
per wk. training avail-
able. Steve 521 2808 a1..
NEW CONVENIENT STORE CLASS B CDL Exc Pay &
FOR SALE -Save $$$. Benefits. Great Work-
Call 710-314i inn Environment, Come
Join The Seaboard
SALON EQUIPMENT Teamnl Apply at 445
4.SALETanning, Hair & IGP. 904-825E0991
Nails. Call 904 626-9357 EOE/ DFWP
SBA-Comm R/E Loans
Call Fred Bower @ONB 1 --3 Company
JAX 904-737-1776 Drivers
$1000 Sign on
B Bonus*
Owner Operators
A$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Pald First 2 Weeks
WANTEDI Drivers w/ 2
Ed and or more yrs exp. &
Education and Class A CDL- Hazmat
rnin CW Home most
Training weekends
600 Private Instruction Co. starting pay
605Schools $.31-.34/mile
610 Specialty Training/ O/OP pay 5$.86/mile
+ fuelsupplement
Events $.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
.$25 Weekly Service
600 Private Bonus
600 Instruction ,l Call

COMPUTER TUTOR Learn Grg@
computer basic skills at 800-723-3424 for info
home 904-855-1177
DELIVERY DRIVER
605 Schools Join Aaron's Jacksonville
deliver/install furniture
Paid training, benefits
bonus, stop pay Clean
REAL ESTATE MVR criminal bkgrd
EAL E IAT NO Sunday
Apply in Person
1 Week Day Class July 25 3614 Blanding Blvd
8 Week Eve Class Aug 22 7538 Beach Blvd
Superior Instruction 9493 Lem Turner Rd
www.m-freicom 1225 Atlantic Blvd
Florida Real Estate Instlt. ce r=11q l N] N k' ;;-1
___________ ~F/T Must own and
^ operate 2000 or newer
700 Domestic vehicle (such as p/u
*_*__________ w/topper, minivan, SUV).
Paid by roundtrip mile-
Housekeepr/Careiver ag and fue surcharge.
aymeaows are. commercial Class C
Honest, Dependable. with HAZMAT needed.
Good Refs. 642-9003 Req:Clean driving
~~____~____ recordcriminal back-
e ground& drug screen.
702 Customer Call 813-935-9829
7 Service
1 DRIVER Must have CDL
Class B License, good
dy Shop Advisor driving record and
/Y Sh Adsr I knowledge of city. Lots
Sof O/T. Drug free work
IMMEDIATE OPENING place/drug screen
S EATE OPEN required. Apply In
person Acoustt Fngi-
"'] I M "U nearing Co. 6959 Stuart
Avenue, Jacksonville, FL
Driver Needed- Req: OT,
ONLY THE BEST CDL Class A or B with
hazmat & min 2yrs exp.
CUSTOMER Fax resume to
SERVICE (904)353-3586 or email
ORIENTED arthur.looney@unitor.com
PEOPL TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg/
PEOPLE OTR, dedicated $1100up
NEED APPLY 2 yrs OTR. 813-267-0023
Pathways Experience DRIVERS ASAP!!
Required Class A/B w/tanker local
781.8903 10a-2pm M-F
Excellent benefits DRIVERS BV&B hiring
include: CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
*Medical region, home nights &
401Kwknds- 904 351322.
*Vacation DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CDL. hard wking. Good
Apply in Person to: driving record. 591-5014
Bill Lamb DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
725.3060X 1350 Exp. nec Apply at 2107
New Berlin Rd, Clean
MIKE CDL req'd 757-7000ea
DAVIDSON
FORD Dump Truck
BODY SHOP Drivers
9650 Atlantic Blvd Experiencedppy
EOE/DFWP Clean yRp great
benefit package,
vacationpd holladys,.
706 Accounting/ 401K, health ano
706 Accounting/ dental insurance.
Bookkeeping EOE DFWP

A/R POSITION- St Aug FLORI3DAROADS
Construction exp. A +. 10439 Ala Drive
Exc.Benefits. Fax 714-0041 x106
resume. 904-826-1568
DFWP/EOE
ACCOUNTING MANAGER Flatbed Driver
Greatplans exp a plus. Atlantic Truck Lines. CDL
Great benefits.. Class A in state Fl only.
Email resume $750/avg week. Safety
controller@swmaterials.com bonus $1,000, vacation
& benefits
[,TleienllI1llgl UtI 1 [t L Call 1-877-328-7512
Entry level for acctg Monday-Friday
consulting firm Degree GATE FUEL SERVICE INC.
preferred. TABS3 exp a Now Hiring Class
plus. Must be profess B.A DRIVERS!
and able to multi task Job with Benefits and
Fax resume 287-0592 JobGrowt with Benefits and
Must have Tanker and
My-a~aau ~Hazmat Endorsement
Tab & Ec re'd; Must have clean MVR No
Tabs3 & Excel req'd; min accidents
2yr dgr in acctg + min We will drug Test and
Syrs exp. e-mail resume: verify backgrounds!.
jim@degnan-shlafer.com Day Shifts Sam- and
_______ __ ~Night Shifts 5pm
For interview call
707 Driver 732-2307
OWNER OPERATORS
SEXP'DTANKER For appliance in home
OWNER OPERATORS delivery & contract
Needed immediately for sales for our customer,
a 0-400 mile out & back General Electric. If you
work from Dana are an exp owner
Shuttles. Jacksonville Fl Operator, Own or lease
Terminal. Mostly a 26'straight truck,
orange juice, long term believe in great cus-
steady work, top pay, tomer service and want
great equipment. Sleep to earn top dollar then
in your own bed. you must call me today.
Call Walter now at Guiney Delivery service
800-733-3262 Inc in as award win-
ning national home
AIRPORT valet driver- delivery company
over 25 yrs old, Min looking for great people
class D license Great rig ht now This
payApply in person: account operates 6
1735 Airport RdIl days/w-k Mon-Sat.
Contact Edward Bailey
CD. A/B LOCAL MOVING CO. Jr. @ 800-529-0490
OTR & Local Contractor,
Warehouse Manager OWNER OPERATORS-
& Dispatcher straight truck w/lift
lyr exp. 800-879-9046 gate. 733-0030 Call
Mike ext 139
CDL CLASS A or B
DRIVERS NEEDED. ] ;
6 mo's exp req. Great
benefit package, Please SEMCO is accepting
Email Star star.pollalrd) applications for Yard
buildeirfirstcoast-com Dog/ Driver. CDL A lic,
or call 904-764-5506, Apply n person at
Ext. 251. EOE/DFWP 11801 Industry Dr.

S T m i ii


707 Driver

TOW OPERATOR -exp'd
only need apply. EOE
DFWP, exc pay, flex hrs,
904-766-3609
TRUCK DRIVER- PT,
Must have had class A
CDL for a minimum of 2
yrs. $16.84/hr + ben-
efits. 25yrs old. Cell
phone req'd. Clean DL.
Call 354,4855 M-F,
10am- noon
YARD DRIVERS F/T Must
have Class A CDL. Apply
in person at 1 meson
Park Blvd. or call
(904)751-8531. SLS is an
EO/AA employer.

S710 Industrial/
710V Trades

"NOW HIRING"
Entry level and Experi-
enced ELECTRICIANS &
Laborers Residential /
Commercial / Utility
Call 636-6074
A/C SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
with Experienced .We
offer competitive
wages w/commision
potential health ben-
efits, 401K, co vehicle;
aidongoingtraining
ATE Cert. a plus Apply
in person Air Systems
of Florida LLC 2815 St.
Johns Bluff Rd
AC/ REFRIGERATION
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Full time. Min 5 yrs exp.
$18+/hr; nat'l accounts,
newer vehicles. Exc
bnfts. First Coastarea.
Ph. Len 888- 528-3688
Fax 727-515-0300
AC CHANGE- OUT TECH
Sal. dep. on exp. Year
round work Own tools.
Good DL 879-2501
AC COMMERCIAL TECH

the Southeast's largest
provider has immedi-



ment. 401 K* Medical &
Dental Insurance*
Educational Assis-
tance* & Top Pay for
qualified individuals. 3
years minimum expe-
rience preferred.Call
Mike @1- 800-382-3150
ext 145 or Samantha @
1- 800- 382-3150 ext 257



new construction and
replacement systems.
Good driving record a
must. Drug test &
background checks.
great pay and benefits.
APPLY IN PERSON AT
AIR SYSTEMS 2815
SAINT JOHNS BLUFF RD
JACKSONVILLE FL 32246
AC SERVICE TECHS
Immediate Openings
Must have clean MVR.
great pay, excel bnfts.
Call Amy 378,1499
BACKHOE OPERATOR
for Swimming pools
Exp'd. Must have valid
CDL, benefits avail.
Fax resume 272-6633
CABINET INSTALLERS-
for schools in Jax Exp
only Tools, trans Ins
required 813-917-5776

with trailer.
Call 904-786-3400
CARPENTERS, LEAD
MEN. for Custom
Homes. Easy going Co.
DL, Trans tools re.
Paid vacation & Holi-
days. 707 4648
CARPENTERS FRAMERS,,'
LEAD POSITIONS
sith residential FRAM
ING exp Transp 3
MUST. 40 hrs/WK. Top
pay! Call John 219-6921
CARPENTERS/ FRAMERS
Exp'd; Tools & transp
Top $ Benefits 282-9313
CARPENTERS/TRIM
Apprentice through exp.
I rans needed. 745-4889
CARPENTERS & EXP
HELPERS Resid fram-
ing exp. Transportation
a must. Apply at 3697
Crown Point Ct. Suite 2
886-3263

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

Framing Co. Growing!
Need worthy Framers,
Punch Out & Sub Crews
Quality Work = Superior
Pay! (904)724-9989
CARPENTERS- high end
remodeler seeking
detail oriented trim
carpenter. Exp in resid
remodeling a must.
Must have own tools &
transpt. Background &
drug chk req. 387-0770
CARPENTER
SUPERINTENDENT
Experienced,
References, & Honest!
(904) 642-9003

CARPENTER WITH
FRAMING EXPERIENCE
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759-2875
CARPENTRY HELPERS
basic carpentry skill a
must. trans a must.
$8.$10/hr. Call 317-8732
CARPORT INSTALLERS
Needed. Earn $1000
/wk. Call 904-298-3301


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I Infants to 6th Grade

It Before and After School

t Voluntary Pre-K

t Directors Credentials

I Certified Teachers
.. 5 --1 A


710 Industrial/
71 Trades

COMPANY SEEKING
EXPERIENCED SUPER-
INTENDENTS, UNDER-
GROUND UTILITIES
CREWS, PIPE LAYERS,
AND OPERATORS, for
immediate
employment Call
904-724-2011, ext. 221

CONSTRUCTION
CONCRETE FORM CARPEN-
TERS with experience in
High-Rise Concrete Con-
struction. ONLY Exper.
apply. 904-237-1266.
CONSTRUCTION
SURVEYOR
S.B.Ballard Construction
Co. has an immediate
opening for an indi-
vidual w/10 yrs exp. in
construction layout of
elevated concrete
structures & site work.
Work primarily in Palm
Coast FL., w/some trvl
in NE FL. Apply online
@ www.sbballard.com:
e-mail resumes to
igreen@sbballard.com
or fax to 757-689-8849.
EOE/AA


Immediately available
position in Jacksonville,
FL a OC with a BS
degree & minimum of
10 years' heavy indus-
trial exp. Corps of Eng
or Navy QC exp and
roadway exp preferred.
Past exp in the dual
role of QC and project
mgr. superintendent
or project eng will be
considered. E-Mail
resume to
hr@hpepper.com
HARRY PEPPER &
ASSOC. INC (GC)EOE
M/F/D/V Drug Free

Class A CDL Req.
Exp Nec. benf SIGN ON
BONUS 904-940-1226
EARN UP TO $1300.00 A
WEEK. Need cable sub
contractors. No experi-
ence req. Will train. (truck
or van required)
Apply at 2815 Bolton Rd.
Next to Wal-Mart on
Blending Blvd.
(904) 276-3630
ELECTRICIAN- min 4 yrs
service exp 100% pd
health, dental, take
home vehicle, 401k, pd
vac & holidays. Top pay
DFWP/EOE 620-0081
ELECTRICIANS
JOURNEYMEN & HELPERS
Comm/ resid Exp req.
Exc benefit pkq incl.
retirement, paid holi-
days & vacations
Call 721-4044
American Electric
8751 Atlantic Blvd.


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

EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
TAILMAN, HILLMAN ,
CONCRETE FINISHERS &
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
MECHANICS For RB
Baker Construction.
Medical dental pd vac.
pd holidays 401K
Pre-Employment Drug
Screen. For more info
call 904-824-9901 ext
202 EOE/DFWP
EXP UPHOLSTER: Must
be able to cut. sew
match all pantrns. Mir.
Syri eCp Must nalve
rers Call Tom 629-7512



The Bill Thrower Co -s
looking for an Exterior
Door Builder who has
experience, in operat-
ing a door machine.
Top pay. O/T, benefits.
Call Jeff739-0702.
FIRE ALARM TECHS, MGR,
ASAP, Resume
888-743-4240 email
tretech@bellsouth.net
FRAMERS Must know
how to frame in trusses
Call Larry 446 5224
GAS PIPE INSTALLER
-Drivers lic., Drug Free.
Will train. Call 387- 9994
GENERAL LABOR $7/hr;
Heavy Equip. Opera-
tors $10/hr 732-9300
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
Experienced construc-
tion equipment opera-
tors needed. 370-4372


Experienced. Full-time.
Fax resume to print
shop (904) 241-8120.

IRON WORKERS1
Needed immediately
Call 545-5232
LAWN TECHNICIAN- with
exp only. Good pay &
benefits DFWP valid DL
Call 10-4 only 389-3235
TREE SERVICE
Loader Truck Operator.
Exp only. CDL req'd.
Bches area. Exc pay +
bonuses. 285-4625.
TREE SERVICE
Professional Climbers
-Crane Jobs & Bucket
Wk incl. Bches area. FT
long term, excellent
pay + bonus. 285-4625


for Westside Condoniu-
mium Must be pool
certified Please fax
resume to 223-1212
MAINTENANCE
For Property
Maintenance Company.
Honest, Good References
(904) 642-9003
MAINTENANCE TECH
For commercial office
park. Up to $13/hr.
Midtown Centre Office.
Park. Fax 396-6366
PAINTERS & FOREMAN
Commercial painting
Co. has opening for
painters, 3yrs exp
req'd, & Foreman, 5yrs
exp req'd. Must have
refs. D/F/W/P. Call
S. David & Co. 636-7788.
PAINTERS- exp needed.
tools & transp a must.
call Jim 904-607-2933
PEST CONTROL
(SENTRICON) & LAWN TECH
ResndentIal,' Commercial
We offer employee
medical paid training.
401K with ma tcnng
Good driving record
req DFWP Call McCall
Service. Inc. 246.481!
PIPE FORMEN/PIPE
LAYERS- TRAC HOE
OPERATORS 874- 3 6 36


Career Focused Education For Today's Career Focused Student
IL'


L BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION I


710 Industrial/
710 Trades

PLUMBERS & PLUMBER'S
HELPERS-needed, must
have a valid DL, Please
call 904-226-4811
EXPERIENCED ROOFER
NEEDED ASAP.
Exp. In all applications a
plus. Truck/I ols A Must
$18.00 an hour- Plus
Benefits. 904-219-0745
SCREEN ROOM
INSTALLERS
VINYL SIDING
SUBCONTRACTORS &
Experience, transp &
phone req'd. 291-1972
STUCCO CREWS NEEDED
Stucco/Plastering/
Wire Lath
Jax area. Must have own
ins, all paperwork.
Please call 954-784-8804
or fax 954-78&88894
Attn: HR Dept.
1wiiJ :-1.] I ; I I ;(-*
For residential home
builder to install win-
dows. Call Claude
@904- 646- 5793 ext 111
TILE INSTALLER ceramic
tile. hrly position Exc
working cond 771-.7815
- *-; I i['1U ;] F- 1
To be trained into
supervisor of heavy
equipment and inland
marine work. Military
background encour-
aged, relocate to W.
Palm Beach area. Ben-
efits FT. 561-965-2198
TRACTOR/BOBCAT
DRIVER: For Final
Grading. 591-5014
WINDOW INSTALLERS
-Exp needed for new
construction, ins/
equip, a must
861-0381for info & appt
WORKING JOB FOREMAN
OR WORKING JOB
SUPERINTENDENT
Minimum 5 years
Experience for
"Store Fixturing"
Willingto Travel
Jacksonville/Orlando
area. Send resume/Call
Fax: 765-676-6243
E-mail
ssears@indy.tds.net
Office 800-772-2903

711 Marine
7 1 Trade

MARINE DIESEL MECH.
needed. Tug boat eng.
exp pref'd.Please call
Mobro Marine 284 9670
EOE/DFWP
MARINE DOCK
BUILDERS, CARPENTERS,
LABORERS
St. Augustine, FL-based
dredging/construction
co. has openings for
two quailfied/experi-
enced dock builders.
Extensive knowledge of
accepted building
methods, practices,
and codes for instal-
lation of both wood/
concrete bulkheads,
pilings, caps, slabs,
decking, catwalks,
boatlifts, etc. 5+ yrs
experience. Starting
pay $15+/hour nego-
tiale based on quali-
fications. Co. also has
openings for marine
construction carpen-
ters/ laborers pay
based on qualifica-
tions/exper. Qualified
applicants ONLY send
resume or letter
detailing qualifica-
tions/experience
including work/busi-
ness references to:
F&A Marine Construc-
tion, Inc., 134 Riberia
St., Unit #8. St. August-
ine, FL 32084 or Fax to
(904) 829-3760. Do not
apply in person. No
Phone Calls, please.

TUG CREWS
200 ton Mate/100 Ton
Master Only licensed
need apply. Call
904.751-9510. Fax
resume 751-9511
YACHT MATE- for large
yacht, gd pay and
benefits, local S'side
area. 646-3700


712 Mechanic
ASE CERTIFIED MECH.
Immed. 8a-5:30p M-F.
Apply Ortega Auto-
motive, W'side 388&8800
4517 Appleton Ave.
Must have gd DL.
AUTO MECHANIC for
Beach Tire Store; Brake,
AC & TU Tech. S day wk.
Call Bob 241-5311
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.
MECHANIC Heavy duty
truck, tank trailer HM183
$800up. Bnfts. 813- 267- 0023
MECHANIC HELPERS
Military veh. exp nec.
$9.50/hr 732- 9300
MECHANIC
Hvy. truck SHOP
mechanic needed for
highway construction
company near airport.
Min. 3-5 yrs exp
needed. Call M.F.7.4
(904) 759-2835-for
appointment or fax
resume to 904-696-2326
EOE/AA drug free,
women & minorities
encouraged to apply.
Great benefits.


713 Legals

CLOSER
Growing Title Ins. Com-
pany looking for expe-
rienced Closer/Pro-
cessor for Orange Park
location. Fax resume to
(904)-278-2880.

RECEPTIONIST
Mid-size down town
law firm. Excellent
benefits pkg.
Send resume to
Impltddaw.com or
fax 904-356-3224


714 Insurance

Licensed Insurance
Agents
Ready for an
EXPLOSIVE Career
We offer the opportunity
to reach $75K to $100K in
'our lsf ?e3nr
juploi' rl,, ir c-, ng


W Dr. ..fCi i..;
w." tj- : r,-' DS h .r
wa, ,mc-r [i T r r.,-,a.
Call
(904) 332 0715

STAFF ACCOUNTANT.
KEMPER AUTO AND
HOME. 2-4 year expe-
rin.r,,Ed Fax. RE. Stall
ACcour,nant
904.245-5622

715 ManagemenU
I 3 Professional


219-0805 1-2 yrs exp in social
5 HELPER service field, college
Excellent degree. recreational
package. tennis player preferred.
,at supervise youth-
'LUMBING development activities
ney St. Incl family outreach.
focusing on physical
LHELPERS mental and emotional
d holidays, health. Cover letter &
. Medical resume to: 904-301-3789
tia@malwashington.com


TROY UNIVERSITY
FLORIDA REGION
Site Director Jacksonville, Florida
Troy University, Florida Region is seeking a
highly motivated entrepreneurial educator to
direct a Troy graduate teaching location in
Jacksonville, Florida.
Duties will include managing all aspects of
on-site graduate programs, marketing pro-
grams and distance learning opportunities,
developing cohorts and locating local faculty
and staff as needed. Current programs include
Management and Public Administration, but
additional programs are planned.

Qualifications: Masters degree from a regionally
accredited institution required, a doctoral
degree is preferred.
Application Procedure: Submit letter of appli-
cation, curriculum vita/resume, all transcripts
and names, addresses, telephone numbers of
professional references to Dr. M. F. Meine.
Regional Director. Troy University Florida
Region, 81 Beal Parkway E. Ft. Walton Beach. FL
32547. Open until filled.
Troy University is an AA/EEO employer and
encourages applications from individuals with
disabilities, females. African Americans and
other minorities. Visit our website at
www.troy.edu/humanresouqpes/Jobs.htm.


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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 23, 2005


715 Proessional

W 1 ;1 I i I ,, :r ?, r F !:
for 100 Unit w/tax
credit on the Westslde.
Knowledge of Rent Roll &
Tax Credit req'd w/min
2yrs manager exp.
Exc. compensation pkg
medical & dental, etc.
Fax 614-880-0711. EOE
Beach sw dev co seeks
exp mngr to develop
and run marketing
programs. 4yr.col
degree and amazing
writing and org skills
required.
For details visit:
http://www.casesoft.c
om/employment.shtml


Five + years experience
in capital campaigns.
annual appeals, grant
writing, media rela-
tions and special event
management, growing
youth non-profit on
northside. computer
proficient inc. pub-
lisher. Cover letter and
r e s u m e t o
904-301-3789 or
terri@malwashington.com.
New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610

PartTime
or
FullTime
You
Choose!!

Immediately
seeking
SUBSTITUTE
TEACHERS
for Duval County
Public Schools.
2005/06 school
year is around the
corner. BE READY!
We train. All areas
of Jacksonville.
Choose the days
of the week you
work and how
often. Perfect for
people in job
transition, the
military and law
enforcement
personnel, retir-
ees and anyone
interested in a
career in educa-
tion. 60 credit
hours of college
required.

For detailed
information call

245- 7555

Kelly
Educational
Staffing

QUALITY SAFETY &
ENVIRONMENTAL MGR
to perform Quality Sys-
tem Inspections and
Verifications of Con-
tractual requirements.
Ass. Degree is pre-
ferred, field experience,
2 yrs. of exp. as a QS&E
Manager. We offer an
excellent benefits
Package. EOE and
rug-Free Workplace.
Fax resumes to
(904)573-6292. or email
lthompson@kira.com.

RBHS has the following
openings:
Masters Level
'Opening
Elementary school
setting- exp.
w/children pref.
Case Manager.
Children
BA/BS in Human
Services. 1 yr exp.
Vocational
Services
BA/BS or HS and
experience
Apply in person
(9a.m.j4pmn.,M -Fonly) I
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211L
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EOE/A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE


720 Medical


Are you burned out from
the day-to-day bed-
side care? Are you
ready for a challenge?
Do you have a willing-
ness to learn the con-
cepts of poisoning and
toxicology? The Florida
Poison Information
Center Jacksonville is
looking for full time
,nurses to serve as
specialist in poison
information. Two years
of clinical experience
required. ER or ICU
experience a plus.
Great benefit package.
Please contact Teresa
Brown (904) 244-4465.


720 Medical

84 Bed SNF
looking for:
Skilled Nursing Man-
ager. Must be RN
with SNF experience.
Pleasant work atmo-
sphere.
If Interested please
fax resume attn:
Nenette 724-6690.


Atrium SNF
looking for:
LPN to work part time
in MDS and/or Part
time on the floor.
Could be part time or
could be full time
ending your needs.
effect for the sum-
mer with school being
out.
If interested please
fax resume to
724 6690 or call Uinda
at 724400L


COME JOIN OUR
NEW TEAM

Beauclerc Manor,
120 bed skilled
nursing facility,
has a new man-
agement team and
we are looking for
additional team
members who are
dedicated, pro-
fessional and car-
ing individuals to
join us! Currently
we have positions
open for:
Risk Manager
Social Service Dir.
Registered Nurses
LPN's
CNA's Waiting List
Only
Staff Dev. Dir.
If you are inter-
ested in becoming
apart of a caring
environment with
a team approach,
please fax your
resume' or com-
plete an applica-
tion at:
Beauclerc Manor
9355 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville, FL
32257
Fax (904)4489253
EOE/DFWP



Comprehensive insur.
knowledge a must.

For busy GYN office
at the Beach.
Comprehensive
benefit package with
excellent salary.
Fax resume: 247-2281

FRONT OFFICE/ CALLA-
HAN- FT. multi -task
position. Exp. required.
Ins & retirement avail.
Fax resume to 879-6360
FRONT OFFICE/GEN.
DUTIES. For busy S'side
Multi Specialty Practice.
Seeking a mature,
exp'd individual.
Call Kathy 904-223-8060
or fax resume 223-6969
FRONT OFFICE -for busy
Orthopedic practice 4
'days week 10 hours day
S'side Exp prefd but
not reqd. Fax resume
to: 904-823-1484

Needed for busy OB/GYN
office. Exp a must.
Fax resume 904-398&0166
MEDICAL ASST P/T exp'd
Evening hrs. Orange Park
Fax resume 269-1140

MEDICAL
IMAGING
Immed. openings FT/PT
Mamo Tech
CT/MRI Techs
* X-ray Techs
We offer great benefits,
bonus, top salary,
profits, pd holidays
Fax resume to 242-9748
or email
bloom2219@comcast.net
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
for busy OB/GYN office
in the Southside area.
Experience preferred.
Fax resume to:
399-3436


FT Beach location No
call, no weekends, no
holidays, benefits pro-
vided 5 years experi-
ence preferred Fax
resume 904-273-8511
NUCLEAR TECH FT
Needed immediately
for Putnam Heart Center
in Palatka.
Salary exceeding $30/hr.
Fax CV to Rhonda
at 386-326- 1592
NURSE PRACTITIONER/
PHYSICIAN ASST
FT ARNP or PA for busy
medical office. Indv
must be Fl lic'd com-
petitive salary & ben-
efits commensurate
with exp. For immed
consideration Fax
resume 904-296-3082


720 Medical 725 Oefice/


OPHTHALMIC ASST
with exp. Refraction
skills pref. R'side gen
practice e-mail resume
eyestecheye@yahoo.com
P.A. or ARNP for busy
surgical practice. No
weekends, no call.
Above average salary.
Please fax CV to (904)
880-6532.
PATIENT CHECK-OUT -
FT openings in Family
Practice /Ped's office.
Day and evening hours
available. Fax resume
to 722-4271
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
FT New Outpatient Clinic
in Jax. Sign on Bonus.
health & other benefits.
Fax resume 777-4123
www.healthexpt.com

RBHS has the follow-
ine opening avaIl-
able immediately to
people who want to
make a difference In
the lives of others:
Charge RNs -
Great Differential
FT Evenings, Nights, No
Weekends required
Charge RNs -
Baylor
Weekends only, FT
benefits.
Community RN
FT, Dually diagnosed
population
Mental Health Techs
FT Evenings and Nights,
PT, PRN, direct care
Security Officer
5p-.Sa, 7 days on,
7 days off
For more info,
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer ben-
efits. PRN RNs and LPNs,
MHTs always welcome.

(9ajn.- pm.,MF only)
or mail resume to
BS, Human Rsoe
900 Unvet Illvd. North,
Suite 7 Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 3221L
Fax resumeto 743-5109.
EOE/A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE

RN's Welcome Home-
care has Immediate
openings for F/T or P/T
RN's.1yr Med/surg. exp.
needed.Call Ann or
Gail(l727-9624
RN FT & PT Orange Park
Pre, post op, OR & pain
exp. helpful. No wknds,
no shifts! Fax resume
904 .276 -4462 Attn:
Clinical Director CSC

for busy OB/GYN office.
Fax resume 904-39 80166
XRAY TECH- ARRT
licensed, salary nego
tiable mobile co, FT P/T
available vehicle pro-
vided Jax & surround-
ing areas please call
850-562-1656

723 Dental
DENTAL ASST -FT/PT,
for quality beaches
dental practice. Fax
resume 904-249-5234
ORAL SURGERY ASST
FT, 1 yr exp/CPR req.
Fax resume to
Michael W. Kessler DDS
904-280-8700.


PATIENT TREATMENT
COORDINATOR
For premier restorative
practice. Top Salary
401k, bonus. 3 years
exp a must. 350-1650

724 Education

Christian School seeking
Preschool Teacher with
CDA cert. and Office
Mgr. drugfree, bkgrnd,
fax 904-388-2262
email:
academy Wjca.joshua-
chr stian.org
INFANT TEACHERS -
FT/PT St Mark's Ark,
3976 Hendricks Ave.
346-0404
INFANT TEACHERS -
FT/PT St. Mark's Ark,
3976 Hendricks Ave.
346-0404

Private School grades
1-8. Bachelors degree
req'd. Fax or email
resume 904-726-9630 or
resume@depaulschool.com.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


CONSTRUCTION ADMIN
ASST -needed for OP
company; experience
needed in bid review
and bid process; must
be proficient In MS
Office and experienced
in Accounting; please
fax resume& refer-
ences to 904-213-7833,
or e-mail to
rchandlerpjregco.com.
EOE. DFWP."
MATRIX
Fast paced PEO has
several different entry
level openings:
*Payroll Position -
bilingual fast paced,
must D able to multi
task cust svc.
*Receptlonlst/Asst -
bilingual, multi ph lines,
filing, cust svc.
*Admln Asst Detail
oriented, customer svc.
Email resume:
HR@Amatrlxpeo.com
fax 904-636-5760
Office Administrator:
Atlantic Bch. Organized
& able to multi-task
wanted F/T to answer
phone & general office
duties. Word & Excel a
must. Fax resume to
(904) 247-9491.
OFFICE ASST.- Phone.
Cust. Svc, Computer &
organizational skills a
must. Call 737-6815 or
fax 904-737-6424 or em.
mIchaelc~surface-crafters.com
ORANGE PARK SECRE-
TARY /BOOKKEEPER-
Computer, Dictation,
Typing. Part time Fax
264-9440



MEDIATE OPENINGS


Experience
necessary.
Excellent benefits
include:
*Medical
-401K
.Vacation
Apply in Person to:
Bill Lamb
723060 X 1350 or

MIKE
DAVIDSON
FORD
BODY SHOP
9650 Atlantic Blvd
EOE/DFWP

RECEPTIONIST needed
for OP company, profi-
cient In MS Office;
hours 8- 5, M-F;
please fax resume &
references to
904-213-7833, or e-mail
rchandler7lregco.com.
EOE.DFVP."

Professional/
730 Personal
Services
BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'les. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
Cllentel provided.
SUPERCUTS
Jax Beach, 273-2888
S'slde & Philfps 519-7970
San Pablo & Beach 223-1824
W'side 981-0430

735 Restaurants/
73.5 Hotels


BAKER, BAKER ASSET.
Growing bakery,
Ortega area, exp. prefd
Call 904-388&8910

STAFF, SECURt STAFF
for high energy night
club. Apply in person,
Tues, June 28. 11am-
4pm, Shades, 1980
Wells Rd. Orange Pk.




Counter Clerks &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641.5033
DANCERS DANCERS
Jacksonvllle"s Biggest
Gentleman's Club
Day/Night Available
GOLD CLUB
64 5500
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
BARTENDERS NEEDED
CALL 757-7370


Baptist Medical Center Beaches is
currently seeking the following healthcare
professionals for full-time, part-time &
PRN openings:

" RNs
* CNAs
* Technicians: Radiology,
- Mammography, CT, Pharmacy,
Surgery & Laboratory
Clerical
Clinical Professional: Physical
Therapist, Ultrasound Sonographer,
Pharmacist & ECKO Sonographer

Baptist Medical Center Beaches is a prime
work location, just minutes from the ocean.
loin us [od3j and work in a gronmIn, nel
expanded commuriiry hospital'

Apply unline at
www.e-baptisthealth.com

Or t sir u a our Hospital lob Fair
Tuesday. luly 12th 3pm. 7pm
1350 13rh Aienue t.outh
1ackon o lle Beacih


rr-BAPTIST
L HEAnLTH
.: Dpenr.d On LU F..rT L.k-


735 Restaurants/
J3 Hotels

DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM.
$1000 Hiring Bonus
Wackos 399-1110
Experienced
Bartenders and Waitstaff
JAX Gold Club
Biggest Showbar in Jax
Day $ Night shift avail
For More Info: 6455500

RED LOBSTER
at Regency
HOSTS, SERVERS, COOKS
Flex hrs, day or night.
FT/PT. Great pay &
bnfts. Apply M-F,
2pm 4pm
416 Commerce Center Dr.
THE HOUDAY INN
ORANGE PARK
Is accepting
applications for
Housekeepers, Security,
Restaurant staff & front
desk Apply in person I
1-295 &US 17 EOE DFWP
Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Call 399 1110

737 Real Estate
CLOSER
Growing Title Ins. Com-
pany looking for expe-
rienced Closer/Pro-
cessor for Orange Park
location. Fax resume to
(904)-278-2880.

740 Retail

JEWELRY SALES
for Bryant Jewelers,
Orange Park Mall. Exc
starting salary. Apply in
person or call 269-0055
THE FRESH MARKET
MEAT CUTTERS & MEAT
COUNTER HELP
F/T Goodpay, benefits.
Apply at The Fresh Mkt.
880 AIA N., Ponte
Vedra or call 273-8450.

745 Sales

AUTO DETAILER
with exp. $10/hr. great
company. Call 724-0444
Lr-+.TWT4PW g W .B1 h-, I 1. ;j &-1
Auto sales exp req
Sal, comm, ben641l-9494
COMPUTER OPERATOR
WANTED-Must Know
EBay Selling 904-551-2025
COUNTER MAN NEEDED
at NAPA in Baldwin.
Must have experience.
Apply at 1055 US 301.
QUALITY HOMES
in Middelburg has a
rare opportunity for
exp mobile home sales
person. Opportunity to
make $75,000 + a year,
401(k) health benefits,
#*1 Product!
Please call Tony (9
291-3100 or 509-6258
SALES/MANAGE to sell &
manage independent
car lot Call 626-8309
SALES in Jacksonville,
Exp reqd, Good pay
benefits. Incentives,
bonus 877-445-7341
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader
In Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000. $100,000
Plus Benefits!
Call Keith 783-8385


745 sales
SIGHT & SOUND
PRODUCTIONS
Is looking for
Audio/visual sales-
person,. Qualified
applicants needs to
have good verbal &
written communication
skills. 1-2 yrs sales
experience in
audio/visual related
industry. Salary
+cornm. health ins,
& paid vac. Please
e-mail resume
hrdept@ssav.net


747 Telemarketing

FT/PT Top Pay, Great
Hours. Hourly + com-
mission. Fun Atmo-
sphere. Apply in per-
son: 4575 St Aug Rd

750 Technical/
7 Engineering

AUTOCADD
OPERATOR/DESIGNER
needed by Consulting
Engineering Firm on the
Westside. Experience
in HVAC, Plumbing, and
Electrical preferred.
Exc. Pay and benefits.
Fax resume to 778-7575.

Constr. Quality
Control Manager
BS Eng. or Const. Deg.,
lOyrs. exp.,
Call (904)317-5605
Fax Resume:
(904)573-7897
EEO/DFWP

SURVEYORS
CADD Tech & Field
positions Advance-
ment opptys. Com-
getitive pay exc benf.
FWP, EOE. GhiQtto &
Assoc Inc. 886-0071, fax
886-7174


752 Warehouse

WAREHOUSE WORKER
needed. Requires some
physical labor. Contact
Jimmy Simmons at
904-268-1818 ext. 232
between 8 and 4.


753 Security


For Jax area. PT.
Call 407-908-4803
Jezell@glsholdings.com

GUARDSMARK
The security leader,
Apply in person at 6900
Southpoint Dr North-
Intrepid Bldg Ste 140
www.guardsmark.com
CALL 731-2060
FL Lic BB9700027

OPEN HOUSE
TUESDAY JUNE 21,2005
5:OOPM TO 7:00PM
First Coast Security
Services will hold an
Open house at our
address below. "FT &
PT security officers
"Security Supervisors
(supervisor experience
required) All appli-
cants will receive an
immediate interview
Please join us at 6817
South Point Pkwy #1001
Jacksonville. FL 32216
904-281-0070
Drug free work place
Lic# B9700146 EOE


SOFA EXPRESS
Here today. Home tomorrow.
New Store Opening Soon!!

Call to schedule an interview!
1.800.7867632 x1131
Exciting opportunities for Sales professionals in
the New Sofa Express gallery in Jacksonville! We
are seeking fashion-forward, enthusiastic,
highly motivated individuals who enjoy deco-
rating, colors, and fabric. Great customer ser-
vice skills and eve/wknd availability are req'd.
We offer comprehensive paid training (BEGINS
SOON!), competitive commission, exceptional
benefits and exciting growth opportunities.
Pre-employment drug screening is conducted.
EOE.
(614) 343-0009 (fax)
careers@sofaexpress.com
Drug screen conducted. EOE.


753 Security
SECURITY OFFICER
P/T, Jacksonville
Museum of Modern Art
seeks positive, cus-
tomer service- oriented
individuals. Must be
able to work Weekends
& have flex sched.
$10/hr. 20 hrs/wk, Fax
resume attn. George
Kinghorn 366-6901 or
call 366-6911 x205
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL 1. 888 398 8903
www.specialresponse.com

755 Miscellaneous

ANNOUNCERS/ CASH-
IERS @ 92.1FM WJXR
We train. 259-2438 EOE
CARPENTRY HELPERS
basic carpentry skill a
must. trans a must.
$8-$10/hr. Call 317-8732

FT M-F, Must be flex.,
exc. pay & benefits.
Apply 9450 Philips Hwy
Suite 4A
CERT MAINT TECH- FT,
large Mandarin Prop-
erty. Fax resume to
731-3475 or call
731-3470 for interview
CLIMBERS & GROUND-
MEN- Must have valid
Driv lic year round
work. 772-0188
DELIVERY DRIVER/CSR
for pickup & delivery of
dry cleaning/laundry
where a fire or flood
occurred. Req:'gd comm
skills, ability to show
empathy valid DL ,
computer skills Call
CRDN 730-0183
Eagle Harbor has FT
Positions avail, now!
oin our team at
either Landscape or
Golf Maintenance. If
you love flowers,we
ave a position as a
Landscape artist
avail. Call264-8199.
Competetive wages &
exc. benefits. EOE

HOUSE CLEANERS
Car/ins required. Must
have clean background.
F/T No wknds, $9.00/hr.
No exp req'd. 730 -7201
HOUSEKEEPER- FT or PT
Top pay & benefits.
S'side area.641-0600
ask for Wayne
IRRIGATION INSTALLERS
NEEDED- good drivers
lic, exp nec. top pay,
Call today! 904-219 3014
IRRIGATION TECH- For
lawn maintenance
company. 904-591-0833
or 591-0835
LABORERS
For underground utility,
water & sewer Co. Not
afraid of hard work.
Good D/L required.
Drug screen provided.
Call between 8:30am -
12noon 783-2411
LANDSCAPE INSTALLER
Experience req'd. Good
pay & OT. Bnfts avail
Own transp. No main-
tenance Call Mon-Fri,
8-5 571-0102
LANDSCAPER
Exp'd & with clean dr.
record. No other need
apply. 904-353-6620
LAWN MAINTENANCE
HELPER with experi-
ence. Call 642-1611
LAWN TECHNICIAN
Pro Lawn Plus
Excellent career oppor-
tunity, 1st year earning
potential to $25K +
excellent benefits.
Will train. Good driving
record. 2083 Nickerson
Ln. Call 399 -8873
Drug Free Work Place
Love to Clean
Molly Maid. M-F, 8a-Sp
Bondable & Dependable
OP area. Prof. exp. a big
plus. Great pay. We
provide car & gas.
Call 904-269-5505
MAGNOLIA POINT
COUNTRY CLUB
Is expanding again &
hiring for the following
positions; FB staff:
Servers & Cooks, Lawn
& golfcourse maint.
Call 269-9276Ext.2


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MANAGEMENT TRAINING








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

POSITION OFFERS:

Fully Paid Training
First year earning potential over 65K
Company Car
Paid Vacations
401K
Health Insurance
.* Closed Sundays

YOU MUST HAVE:

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

Contact Richard Goss at 642 6060
to set up a confidential interview
to explore your opportunities.


KEY BUICK CO.
4660 Southside Blvd
Equal Opportunity Employer in a Drug free Workplace


. .


755 Miscellaneous


Needed for multiple
properties. Fax resume
o 745-0614 or call
744-7522
MAINTENANCE TECH
with exp for 250 unit
apt community. Must
be AC certified 725-1742
MAINTENANCE TECH
FT/PT Prop. Mgt. Co.
seeking a reliable indi-
vidual to perform daily
and preventative maint.
duties. Must be reli-
able & detail oriented
w/exp. in all areas of
bldg recreation & prop
maint. Generous sal &
exc bnfts. Mail resume
to: Severn Trent Ser-
vices, Inc. 2300 Town
Center Blvd., Orange
Park, FL 32003.278-8806
email: nfstsi@aol.com
POOL CONST LABORERS
exp pref but not nec.
CDL lic. a plus.
891 Blanding Blvd O.P.
RECEPTIONIST &
VET ASST. Exp. a must.
Fax resume 223-3084

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pay Apply in per5.:.r. at
178 San Joc- 61,-a
733 7488 No a I'-"
please. EOE D F VV F
TREE CLIMBER Depend-
able,5 yrs exp. Beaches
area. 904-543-0779
VET TECH: Experienced.
Southside location. Call
646-9415 or 642-3635
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
DANCE INSTRUCTOR- PT,
with teaching exp.
prefd 904-449-1227


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

815 Business
Services

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

8 Child
830 Care

4 Childcare provider
has opening 2 yrs +
S older. Please call
247 *75259 or
228-327-7793
4L CREATIVE PRE-K
PROGRAM, Arts,
Crafts Easy Routine.
Off Collins near Gate.
Vicinity of Argyle &
Schindler. 20yrs exp.,
Ref's. 904-908-5418
4, IN HOME CHILD
CARE- openings
avail on base
S Please call
912-576-6412
W'side/OP Area
mother of 2 can babysit
4U anytime! Meals, fun
and more?' 772 1099


855 Financial/
855 AAccounuting

CAPITAL FINANCE
Pay Your Bill'with a
Secure Loan through
Capital Finance.
-*st 2nd 3rd Mortgages Merchandise
-Personal Loans Merchandise
*Credit Lines
Good or Bad Credit, 900Antiques
No Problem! 902 Appliances
No Up Front Fees. 905Articles for Sale
CALL TOLL FREE 910 Arts & Crafts
1-800-228-1654 915 Building Supnlies
2532 Madison Ave. 915 Building Sulies
New York City, NY 10012 920 Business/Oice
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
Lawn Se c 925 Computer
870 Lawn rvce- Craft/Thrift Stores
Landscaping 928 Electronics
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mouse&keyboard$10., INGS/D. 1617 Panther down table. Excellent bon0 stationhOn 15'J0 WAnSONVILLE
19" monitorS$40. CPU -Ridge Ct. Sat 8-2, Sun condo. Nopet, no smkrs c a i I H o e I I Wnle_ 1 y Atlar, B vd l.1-ji0i
case w/PS $20. rainday. Ladiesclothes pid $2580. Must sell. 912 ;573-6240 E. IGARBERFORERCURY
904-573-9366 lx,2x,3x, dishes, h'hold 700. 904-568-6829 912 258.2666
CRUTCHES -wood, galore, very nice! C rib and mattress ;. Ladies golf clubs 1,GreeCoveSpr,ngl
1)hort pair. Like ATLnANTIC(BCH. )tral color. $200. o ? r nvS45.j00,14.ALUMINUM 8`5IR i:ifiRi Rta -Blv MIKE SHAD FORD 10939 Alldriti: Blvd 721-300',
new$S$each. / 1102Hibiscus St. obo. Call882-2647 C 3,,i264-4587' BASS REACKERNORTHFLORIDALNCOLNMERCURY
Call268-2482 JC'Sat/Sun lOa-3pm. Curio Cabinet, solid MAKING ROOM FOR tBA-er f Rh in At The Avenues 46`0 Suie Blvd 61 OGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
Mostly new stuff, 1BBY ir,,hAiFOR andtra r. i-hfin er
DORM REFRI3- some tools. etc. NO Oak, Hall Tree, / BABY Wilson Air aces.r-A
ORR somExcel condo. $150. H-ckeame$200 np johnson Ouc I_]_,____ 10720P 904.22-3325
S dowRATOR$30,Win-eco KIDSSTUFF... 904-215-5357 Harvard Fiosball board $2 000 lb.

bake ..rack$100, ger- Inside, 3908 DuPont micaItoor ok tim F4'WareaglerJohnBoat TOM BUSH BMW
man antique camera Circle. Friday only w/caf tpoak trimupot POOL TABLE bit Dik R e Jconirrtilcoat i .-.ilnilAT 6.,01 1.''10
$100 motor scooter 8am-2pm ask about wivelear chairstw/ied rPOO. cAB bui Pe D,rter.'es.9.9npr .n
For Sale Gazelle Garage Sale July DINING ROOM SET .D19vU E 12SEiThOST Aug
supra bought for 1-2 8-4 pm. 277POOL TABLE like new 17'Boston Whaler'09 GAvBERrBUICKtMIKEUSHAD FORD LZAu
200owill savefor ox Rd brown- 9lX41me nOLABEene "o W rGARBER BUICK MIKE SHAD FORD I',
100.00 O.B.O. town collectibles, Jledroom set:. 8X4 Cnic g,;sn.$tO00 90hp 4str,-ke. .rt,
241-4915or472-9752 lawn, garden, bird MF641ANGE5PovK514-inLe l u lenvZSprn "64 -4 TOM BUSH MAZDA
accessories. mlw s,6 for appt. 9 0ORA,,E PARKTOMmBUSHMAZiA ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
GIRLSBEDROOMrackhelmets$350 641-4545or514 3 PROFORM 700 17" KEY LARGO -'01. CC
S ET kid s R ad iof- S 4 D IN IN G R O O M 9e i hipi al train er I-a8nrs. eveBcc nd.S-'i _O B U IC K bia.AL E R M 'O TA
4 ly e r b ik e. G a zz e l. G green Co ve S prings H uge / T A B L E 4C h airs e elie n i cuon d o o o 8 c n d S--00u1-,.0 Blar,+i g Blvd. ,M A Z DA-C IT Y
Must sell before Sale! Fri/Sat 8-3. Furn, n nI 5 14small hutch Great tlhn 5250 771 8v30dM Z Tv
applies electNetc. Ron- f starter set. Both PRO WEDER HOME iS' BOSTON WHALER 6916 Bidrng Blvd 119-Citc3J
or ca11904,781-0919 Green Cove on Hwy 17. 912-882-7650Exc. eond. c05T Desngn ed to nlroks I 'rer g. 1 20 C rs
so deluxe canopy Comm. Wide Sale. / chairs$650- couch malo.r muscle $125 CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC ASH TISDELLE VW
I stroller $30.00; Sat. 7-1.540 homes on .i $385,headboard LP ,,e mPesagPe113- FiSHMASTER 00CC.
pack-n -play with Hodges Blvd. between -ti 912873hedboardmlikeg -1FSMASTER 0 SOii ,llvd vd47..-111 AtlMnOicSBlvd,,3
b$ ie a c h A1 i$ 1 0 0 ; c o ff e e t a b l e 1t2 6 7 3 9 7 0 9 0 hp J hn s rn i t e n 7 iB UMq.M T R C
bassinet $20 tricycle B c & Atantic. $10; sidetable $10 OBO6 -ask Si kGsh nR SI, S lL 2 .r69 0
$5.00 many other items 1rEADmE. h bNIMNICHT CADILLAC GARBER GMC TRUCKS 10231 Alr,i r,C Blvd 724 180 O'STEEN VW
sizing Sat. 6/25 8-12N DINNING ROOM .1, 'tieelcd.-uolr 19.5" SEARAY -.87. V6. lGreen Cove Spri ngs A-4 2 .,02
,LGRAND CARAVAN ;1132 Linwood LoopVT 5poser. Iron .,, a iuuCtell 2 need TIC 51,0.r _,,__li__25_hl___y____
storedcloh$550 LAKESHORE -Fri -Sat $70Ser39.
Call 629-6597 or 8:30-3p. 4735 Cam- $750.Sel $395 .~ WindSurter 11.Sft 19'-199" Proline Sport CC, `81 Sar, M c. 354 u .'2I7 q8.r, OMlHONA354-20512-i'Blvd1
737-9983. bridge Rd. Ford Ranger 249-6916 'leer Ff P.'.... prPr 2Nnp. Prolne Load. "CCOGGIN75 A rc Blvd 72,i9l1 98% Alan Blvd 2
Topper, Lots of misc items DR SET:=Danish modern, D ic OI-,',,.r'H tr ilr. GPS- -F F.COGGINlHO0D
/Very ruygedwdMANDARIN/Multi-Fam. tbi 6chrs, tbl pads, china 2N6;.31 tl I pt11.1 urchased ne.w iolw
strong, wo swings Moving-In Sale! hutch, $150. 565- 1942 hr a eN AnLANTIC
plus 2 attacn- Sat 6/25. 8 AM-12 Noon. E WindSurfer 11-S.N in,. 5tc i .nd51516.000
to0050 2 mallwe otRd.iti CenterOkw /V cvi... 19' BAYTELINEROCOGGIN CHEVY- AVENUES 11003 Atiart.. Blvd 5E80 CITYMITSUBISHILVO -
ments$500B0215-0o29 2772s ClairborotRd. Big t CentertOakn w/n..... B rr- - 9'BAL60-77G H
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erLittleiPrincessL/Ntw37icroRnge tintedCglassdoorsGGNHONDABthAeRINAVEENURn255 PrIiphe HAy ENU.ES
bout! uehairbows, Home & Wall Decor, tn tedWlassidoors 27(,.631 .,i-a7 114 1CAPRI *00. Series6-5at
h1 eadbands, worker Jewelry, Mat & Baby, TV.1T5otaXe0 Wl nios I .
uti elOstreo 9Totald7mensions2CRESTCHEVROLET OF ST. AUGUSTINE 108-1l'"Prlp Hwy 260-Kv22
military dnARIi furn tero 9 -2 242-5646 0 cl, ni[me. 2861Me, rill Ad 72t-ljUU 1880l,9W OTyaul,;,mcrve )1
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RECEIVER LIKE NEWL MAPLE DINING B .RJOHNSON T0-1m2 Counter nt U1 tei
$50.00 CALL 241-1398 PORTSIDE MH PARK Furn ROOM -Table born 3 20. showtst1-0 Rot 1500's-onn ,:,2 Oc-..an e pf -Th P MC1 98 c7
more. Moving! All mus It round with wide CKC peg r9047.65-.338 Rur, ers5 re( $62-0 9875AtlantcBlvd 3714M,
S.Ro leTIdr Sat & Sun 6/25-26 d-leafsix chairs, one BOXER oDr. ht Smr.,n 904.206 0,:,u 287-4052 RICK KEFFER CARUSO JEEP BRUMOSMOTORCARSINC COGGIN USED CAR
AQUARIUM 75 All day2982 Calder Dr. chair has split in seat. $450 a A K C Mercury outboard E r Br 70 de Bd OS MOTORCARS INC. COGGIN USED CAR
Sgal.w/Wet/dry At t end of Blue $150.786-4591 tail ca.s 872609 SHP'0rc a- boaud t -E12 rBr 1750 7 1o00Al, Bird 72B0v9s1b.u,5 t
filter uv, sterilizer. Grass Dr. IS. hOurP.' 0 n motor 1.81)0-2:'8'745
protein slimmer, light, NANNYNEEDED for BOXER PUPPIES. AKC 5 hour .n0,,Motor 180(A-218nl454 FRANK GRIFFIN SUPERCENTER
cablnetaand canopy, RIVERSIDE PORCH SALE Tm military tam ily Registered. Borr. P.M k ne'1S FRANA t[GRIFFIN1- 800AincBIvd ;244999
$400 542-3455ext117 Antq's, vanities, A u g U S t t 0 28h Firm 6 9043263
$400 3455 ^ x ts 117' 1 .040 5H 1 GRIFN | M : O8100 Aliantc Blvd 724-4999
4 SEARS Hard Car tage access. Fri-Sat 8-4- Live in (preferred) "- DO O
ToSEARS Hard$40. Callr esemb 00 SEADOO GiLERFI re ut. Tw chl- CAIRN TERRIER Pups
. 12 6673-7505. 2762 Parkst d'enogee mwoonths AR S '.d. man ATLANTIC DODGE isiSwisRd 269-1033 ROLLS ROYCE-ORLANDO V.I.P. AUTO SALES
41 SAINT MARY'S 2 yrs., some week- 6-29-0u 6c'5.916 1..I-r'".895 hI Roodaid Blvd
SECTIONAL 3pc. Moving Sale June eneds and overnight i rlr 55 r C.ntct .30U U5 ?iiyulh 4"4-4421 r Hn 5936 Plp Hy 7379
T blue cloth in good IP'18th & 19th. 8am required. Candidate Chihuahua CKC 8,,ks 2 ,r-r. C ....... 4i 1 1 ,,. MIKE SHAD Loro,'Ortrid,: Fl 407-3.3913443
\j.?cond. Asking until 204 Powder- must have valid small .. 350 hRREN MOTORS, INC
$5000bo. Vince horn Rd. Everything driver's license; infant 1tt tuts -83 247C SCHRYSUEEPONCASSAT
912-678-0108 must go!lr CPR and first aid -- JACK CARUSO CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT WARREN MOTORS, INC.
fi92-678-0108 must go. cation; personal and CHIHUAHUA TERRIER REGENCY DODGE 1736 C3sSal Ave 389-7792 233 Easl Slaie St 356.8491
SEWING MACHINES SAN PABLO Sat 8-2. work references; expe- PUPS Small .?. cnecl-a. YACHTS &SPORT
BERNINA 145-1630 like 2106 Softwind Ct. rience in childcare. nice $2,i0 2,1 2"13 BOATS. 10979Aiiarl, Blvd 6456I0 RICK KEFFER NIMNICHT SAAB
904-3688160 negotiable. Contact: Cockers7paniBelPupp ies. I g.,,il 'l rcj,
904-368-8160 SOUTHSIDE -8009 Wan- mar.rczcndcs@ us.arm AiC W $300IB s. r GARBER DODGE TRUCK E, 129,. ern Br 7999 n B J
SPA -3-5 person, during Deer Ct. Sat 7-1 y.mi or (910) 261-4774 904- 491-5145 110o SB &-42C. Bra TreeS 90479F 770nOAR iENiCt RoS
35 jets, cover Multi Family Sale at Lambs Yacht Center. Green Cove Springs 264-2416 1-800-228-7454 904-778-7700www.nimnicht.com
Sw/lift. warranties. ROLL TOP DESK- 9 DACHSHUND-long 3420 Lakeshore Blvd. R PRDoG I [ iTUCDEOSPRTR
Moving. Retail SOUTHSIDE -multi fam T $90, Oak teachers hair Male, puppy 904-381-8980 "P O_______F
$4500;sell $2000 B0. sale. Colonial Pt Con- d e s k $50; TV J Call 904-254-7161 0 Illll 1 TUC OURSOR
714-1313. dos, 5201 Atlantic Blvd. "wV cabinet $15o00 Oak 7233 BlandRng B vd 777-5500
In Clubhouse. Antq's, wardrobe cabinet $50 ENGUSH BULL DOG PUPS, 7233DBanndnngBBlvd.U99FRG0C
SPA 3-5 Person 35 jets furn, misc, Sat 8-2 912-2-2942 ReHCCashon. ANTED Oas, ICK KEFFER COGGIN KIA SATURN OF REGENCY 7600BlandnBv. 89
warranties moving SOUTHSIDE Multifamily d ROLL TOP DESK any condition. -800-228-7454 9401 AtlanticBlvd. 723-3210 8600Atlanticvd. 7200 WORLDIMPORTS
retail$4500. sell$2000. sale. old-tiques and t $90; Oak Teachers ENGLISH BULLDOG "The Used Parts People" 1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.I1-80O228-7454 8600 Atlantic Blvd 7258200
0b0.904-714-1313 unique, Sat8-1. 1515 J~desk $50; TV -puppyM. fawn/wht, Weeks Marine 387-.440 ENwwwwoldirnposusa.conm
. sle20 Peach Tree CirN. Cabinets $15-Oak AKC, $1500 cash WESTSIDE DODGERAY CARTER KIA SATURN OF AVENUES wwworldimportsu
wardrobe cabinet $50; 912-293-2645 /537-3852 2 YAMAHA XLT 1200
Sjets ovier w/lftWESTSIDE -3 fam sale, 912-882-9242. '-04 JET SKI, E 1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078 10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
t's, t warranties. FrI-Sat 24-25, 8a-4p, 4 Free Kittens Two t cond. Incl. tialor
$4500. Furn, HH Clothing, queensizeCl Mie12dSix8Weeks3OId access.' I'I
$4500,1sell 2000 tools, fishing. boapg, 250OB7 711 Call 674532 8033515/803-3635
714-1313 $20OO74-3711






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00 or Trucks / Trucks / Trucks / Trucks / Trucks / 1345 Vans/Buses
1310 Auto Parrts 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1335 $2000 or Less 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers / 1340 Trailers / 1340 Trailers / 1340 Trailers /
SUV's SUV's SUV's SUV's SUV's Dodge Caravan '96
BEDEXTENDERfor FOCUS'03 TOYOTAPRIUS'03. Very ^l FORD Probe '97, sTsVgreen, 150K mi.
2002 Ford Ranger Great Gas Saver! Won- low miles. $1988 or shpe$1000. 2NDBUYAUTO.1500LT FORD Explorer XLT '03, ISUZU RODEO '02 OLDS BRAVADA'98Lthr, ood cond. asking
S Edge never used. derful First Car! $10,527 $299mo wac. 771-9100 itch 912-882-3791 2NDBUYAUTO.COm T uad Cab 03 HEMI $13,900. Excellent con- Like new, low miles, roof, low ml, need to L$4600. or best offer
Call 91200. (576-3104) 3038-6580 TOYOTASOLARA SLE'00 GEO TRACKER CONV 94 CLEAN USED CARS 2 k TOW 20's Sharp edition. Call 673-0805 $250mo. 859-5820 see this $6995. 338-1055 Call 912-510-9460
Ca192-7310 / immaccnd, priced to sell Ver clean, 5spd, must CHEVY 1500 4x4 '97. Exc grey/ silver, extras.
BED EXTENDER for very quik $ 5.389-7700 50. obo 294-8658 cond. must see, priced to mo 8,500 obo. FORD F-eo100 -'77, 1991 ISUZU RODEO LS '03 TOYOTA 4RUNNER '00 HONDA ODYSSEY '00
T '02 For Ranr7FORD CONTOUR- sl fs $ .0 V anneo sell Greatj-uxury and Safety
SEdge u r Never '98ST only 68k TOYOTA SOLARA04 very HONDA ACCORD GMSuburban Movng TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 fast $10,988.338-1055 for Vacation$12,701
used. $100. w/new tires, V6, lowmiles,$16,995or 8, Grey speed, CHEVY BLAZER'04 DODGE RAM 1500 4X4'0 3 must sell 877-781-75851
912-576-3130 very clean, Ithe. $214mowac.338-1055 p PL 75Kmles. Low miles.$299 per em fully loaded JEEP C-5 '81 TOYOTA4-RUNNER '00
fuWheels lly loaded. $4500 OBO TOYOTA TERCEL '9. Grt fRuns good7 $600 or month. 859-5820 immc cono,. must sell FORD 150 '02 28C w/Chfford Ltd. very clean, good
Corvette s 285-7041car, good gas mileage trade for boat + motor, fast $20,975.ca1389 7700 4x2. XCab XLTPackage intake Holley390, cond, Ithr, $13,500
Model $400 obo. FORD ESCAPE 021mmac, very dependable. must St#9957A. $15,988' FORD E350 '99- Super 1-866-35-DRIVE project. tra part 743-0111ONDA ODSSEY
'912-882-5166 condition!Garagekept sell $2845. Call 3897700 HONDA ACCORD '92 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371.4877 Duty Box Truck. 16' 8 a vai $1S00 o bo o TOYOTA TACOMA EX 9ood condiOD n
DodgeRam85 Rear Oxford white, Ithr, fullyes. VOLKSWAGON BEETLE PoceInp $750 Listngs p AT AC, PS 912 -573 -4806 PRERUNNER'04 $4000 or best offer.
SBumper$80w4Mal% 'oe 0 00, Turbo GreatCarl 800-749.8116x7327 C F6 $85PU8 ei Fond. Asking 912-574-1074
l oaded.$1e$11V507 Pre-Apr cST#BUCF366A$85889 n0 FORD F-SO -'97 Lariat, 912-574-1074 Double cab. red, Call Bob 912-882-5865.
Bmtesr$81040 0o904 221 7574 $115807 r5-Aoval Honda Accord LX '91 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 0 ext cab, Ihr very clean, EEP 000BERTY4x403.4x4 Call mi, $21,000.
tailgatee $80 front 7F4rd Escort LX l-866-3S-DRIVE 4-dr. cold ac,150k ml. m FORD ESCAPE 'G4 $848 7-3i32 JEEP BERTY4x403. 4x4 eCall Mike 904-542-5656
b u m Lie r $ 50 F 1 s o -Ca Likenew, lowmiles.Lnr904-772-1754
912-576- 220 agony '9788 ml 374-7076 79 ooks iood m9m 5-582 FORD FISO Reg Cab '90 $280mo wac. 338-1055 10kml, CD $15,599obo.
& ORD FIOO s 904318-9933 14K mi good running Pontiac Bonneville -94 904-282-1272 Ford Escape XLT transportation, must sell KA SPORTAGE'01. Very T0kml, AT, access cab .
Sf2 5 0 0 OBO4dr $3500. Call rank Great shape, very ood TOYOTA TUNDRA -'00
J tRebuiltorgengne FORD MUSTANG-'93, car$25i.m Call1525n1297 o ne6Call62 e07s CHE2 S0 EX CAB2 s l 84 fast $2985.38- 77700 tio esA $1E50, 317-6196 1MITSAECPSE'01Spyder
ie$7obo. Call 612-4075 CEVYS1EX-CAB'02 MIles. Great Gas his. $799. 338-1055 Ve low ml, $13988 or
more parts vaCa $1750bo268-953 Auto ACPW, PDL, Saturn SCl922dr AC TOMBUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 912 e.1000.all FOSTE961A $17,988 KIASPORTAGE'95 TO OA Se uoa '01 mowac.
912G8826053 FORD MUSTANG'02 t A.am/1f/cass. C sol o Chevy Sllerado TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 5 spd 4X4 P/W d cond, fully oaded PONTIAC MONTANA '99
al 2-R i St#F409A. $10.588 sunroof, EXalc cond 81900obo-7.294-8658 Chevy Sllerado P/L 4 d go $95T9 Vans/Bus
2 k R TOMB BUHAUTE 371-48 o2-1,15000422,000sFORDmEXPEDITION TO99 4LDb 12,go 19,500 904,247,1971 ade great c de

Call 278-6251 clean, need to sell fast sed to s- Chevy Suburban '89- FORD EXPEDmTION '98 720MAZDA B2SCO '98 135TIN_ TOYOTA Previa LE '94
$3995. Ca 33 veryfast $8875 389770 o veryclean3/4ton,80k tE875B. $11988 FORD Ranger '95 Et Cab plus, 69,5k CHE dual sunroofs swive
carrierTCHfits 1-1/4 FORDMUISTANG GT'02r Trucks ml,runswel1,$4500obo. TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371.4877 cab. 4cyi 5spd good miles Exc condo SVYVA2-'94,exc captains chair, dual ac,
inch receivers $30 very low m. $10.988 or rLess m, x cass COld AC w/ topper $6000. cond, $3k new tires $4K 230-4887
inch receivers $30 $1imo wac. 338-1055 1335 $2000 or Less SUVs CHEVY SUBURBAN LT'02 FORD EXPEDITION98 ac am/fm css, too w/o topper $60. Call 268-9851
AOne owner, leather, like new Great SUV with Luxur box bedliner chrome Won't be Disappointed TOYOTA SIENNA LE'03
JEEPHITCH- FO onv. white Sspds CHEVY Camero Z28 '85, 1997 Toyota 4 loaded onlv48kmi$22,66 Great VacationRide wheels, trailer hitch 904-321-0274 CHRYSLER TOWN & ST#4823B.$17.388
Custom fit hidden AncnSTGstRS 2wd sroV T topsS $8,773Pre-Approval $29951 386-431-1354 $COUNTRY '05 Limited. TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
ver blk/top. garage kept, rims. AC. needs paint. green tan leather 1SMITSUBISHI GALANT'03 Loaded, pTriced to sell
1-1/4 nch 8401 adult org. owner runs & drives good. oaded 149K new CHEVYTAHOE -97, 4wd, ", T GMC Sierra '01Outndin loadedcan quick $19,975.389-7700
Cherokee$34 $10995, 904-220-7886 $1300 obo. Call 6086059 tires KN filter good nicest in Jax lifted on R S 5 fin. w/$200dn. 389-7700 o uk Aosr0cks
9042342276 Cell 904-338-1448 a p e $ 6 5 0 0 37 tires fully loaded $9995. 859-5820 DODGE CARAVANoe lL A e
0 4,7 A3- CHEVY Truck '87, full (912)258-0921'. $11,500 obo. 813-8661 FORD EXPLORER 9601 N X T L
SRIMS -with tires. Ford Mustan t Cony sze 350 V8, ATACCOACRDtool Sp2ortLeather, Loaded! GMCSONOMA98 Sport- NISSAN XTERRA 01 r8u Looks rotten
T 215/75R 15 less ertble96-ATAC Loade box, dual exhaust runs 2004 Satrn Vue 30 CEVY TRAILBLAZER'02 ,stn992(904) 31-6gs80 side, ggst sha ST# 5791B, $13,588 runsgreatood
\'then 2.000 ml. used dNice. $6900'279-0904 good $850. 374-1459 / !MPG, loaded,.CD, ST#F9925$18,7887 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX wobo. Bob 247-9532rve ie



thenn 20000milles 800e74938116Hx7327
5uea. off Jeep a premium sound, TOMBUSHAUTOPLE371-487.7 B! sl w4539507-77c
Wrangler, Kingsland, FORD MUSTANG LX -'97. CHRYSLER JEEP CHERO- leather, 5 spd, mint GMC YUKON DENALI XL SATURN RELAY '05 CAR OR TRUCK
Ga 912-729-8904 after V6,AT PDL, CC, ask- KEE -'90, eng runs good, cond., KBB $19,3355, DODGERAUMPU'03 FORD EXPLORER -'96, '03. TV/DVD, fully DVD, CD, Toy Chest. DODGERAMtVAN'196
5pm. ing$3400386-1333 bodyIls damaged, $350 obo. asking $15,995, St#A1408A. $10,988 $3650,4wd, PW. loaded AWD. immac, $22K. MOVING MUST ST#BUCF459A $3988 &"PAY OFFUMEN.
RIMS with tires. HONDA ACCORD '22 608-6677 904-213-.0467 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 372-4275 ow mi $30,975. 389-7700 SELL! 904-641-4545 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 CALL 904-838-5029



.RSADDwiEBAGS HONDA CIVICOD2. EXC
215/75R 15 less Polcelnp.$a70 lListings
hen 2O00miies 80-~7498116 x7327
used. Sea off Jeep
Wrangler. K 00.ngland HONDA CIVIC'02
GA. 912-729-8904 after Low miles. $199 per mo.
5pm. WAC. Call 859-5820
SSADDLEBAGS HONDA CIVIC'02. ExC
Black fiberglass cond, loaded, must sell
for motorcycle, very quk toys7985. 389-7,00
1 lockable $100. HONDA CIVIC6 o04
Radiator new for813- 785
'93-97 Intrepid on only 51k mi $17500
cord model, $100. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.-4877
s Volve 240 Items950Great Carl Save on Gasm
Snew al ternator, car $4,121 or O.W.T.M.
cover, unused 904) 381-6580
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more, can 26inter242 HONDA Odyssey LX '99
Sar WHITE TRUCKSet of Silver a/t a/c#2532B, 12-CD988
TOPPER Fitsfull changer, alloy3714877 63k
size Ford. Don't mix's, xint cond $9,800

need $40 takes it. ob-o 904- 333-94306
Call Josh 772-7133 JAGUAR XK8 Conv '01, all










1325 Automotiques/ obo. 912262- 9526or
Classics MERCEDES C813-280-98534
SUN 810 Excellent whsGreat ver, $6990 247excell-313ent-3132
,.condition. Original cond., only 51k mi $17.500
204Z. Engine only. MERCEDE -LK-2001

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19CLE79AN USED CAMINO SS cond 69,000 miles,
looks good, needs LEXUS en 300 '01









some work$4950 Leather sR., premium buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
C aCURA I F r a n k sound, likenew,lowmlesi
'75 Cadillac El Dorado 44.U-9iil]EI.OBOI.ZI.,IIn
Co 94. Rd to restore, 2Will MAZDA 3 LOADED '04l
drive., runs andobo. 583looks3705 W/ Navigation Systems
AMC Javelin '72 restored $17,984 Pre-Approval
to much to list. Call for 866-35-DRIwhat your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
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