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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 2005
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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CPOs Team Up
Build Homes for Habitjax
Page 4


Recycle Center
Saves NAS Jax Thousands of Dollars
Pages 8-9


'Black Widow'
Pool Shark Entertains NAS Jax Sailors
Page 16


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


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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not be published July 7.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 resume
July 14. All articles and
classified ads submitted
during that week will be
held for the July 14 issue.
For more information, call
542-5588. Stories and
photos can be submitted
to jaxairnews @ comcast.
net. Classified ads may be
mailed to the address
shown in the form, or
dropped in the Classified
Ad box at the NAS Jax
Quarterdeck, or fax to
542-1534.

Racecar
on display
Racing legend Rusty
Wallace's car will be on
display at the NAS Jax
Navy Exchange Center
(NEX) Food Court tomor-
row from 1-4 p.m. Every-
one is invited to stop by
and take a look at what
makes this piece of ma-
chinery a winning race car.
There will a drawing for an
opportunity to participate
in the national drawing of
a VIP race package to an
entire weekend of racing
in October. One local win-
ner will be drawn and the
entry will be sent to the
national drawing. The VIP
package includes a 3-day
-2-night roundtrip for two
to Charlotte, N.C. on, or
about Oct. 14 to16, air
transportation, hotel ac-
commodations, Rusty Wal-
lace BBQ dinner tickets,
tickets to the Rusty Wal-
lace 500 concert, two tick-
ets to the race at Lowe's
Motor Speedway and a
$100 debit card. For more
information, call NEX at
777-705.

Military
Appreciation
Celebration
The Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens is dedicating
its monthly Cummer Cafe
Night to the U.S. Armed
Forces on July 14 from 6 to
9 p.m. To show appreciation
to military members, there
will be a patriotic theme to
accompany the event's
already festive atmosphere
of food, drinks, art and live
music. Retirees, families
and friends are invited to
join in the festivities
throughout the museum. A
live band will be playing
patriotic favorites. Picnic
style refreshments will be
provided along with a cash
bar.
Guests are invited to
explore the beautiful his-
toric Cummer Gardens
and world-class galleries,
which will be open to the
public during the event,
including the latest exhibi-
tion, Picturing Jackson-
ville: 150 Years of Photog-
raphy, which captures the
history and art of photog-
raphy on the First Coast.
Active military with valid
ID and museum members
are admitted free; admis-
sion for non-members is
$6. For more information,
call 899-6025. The Cum-
mer Museum of Art & Gar-
dens is located at 829
Riverside Avenue.


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Mosquitoes

carry

disease:

Protect

yourself!

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

according to the
Center for Dis-
ease Control and
Prevention, there were
2,535 human cases and
98 deaths attributed to
the West Nile virus in
2004. Two of those deaths
occurred in Flor-ida.
Duval County only had
seven human cases of
West Nile in 2004.
In 2003, there were 264
deaths and 9,862 report-
ed cases. The disease is
also found in horses and
birds and carried by mos-
quitoes.
Mosquitoes also carry
viruses like St. Louis en-
cephalitis (SLE), Eastern
Equine encephalitis
(EEE), dengue fever and
other non-viral diseases
like malaria. Very few
cases of malaria or
dengue fever are ever
reported in the United
States and in the majori-
ty of those cases; the dis-
ease is acquired while
traveling outside the
United States.
In this country, SLE
and EEE are well estab-
lished and West Nile is
becoming more wide-
spread. It has been
reported in every state
including Alaska and
Hawaii.
Although the West Nile
virus was first identified
in 1937 in a West Nile
District in Uganda,
Africa, the first case did-
n't surface in the United
States until 1999 when it
was discovered in New


Sea Control Wing Fourth of July


Atlantic change of celebrations
F S -- aff


command is today
By Cmdr. Mark Gonzales A
SCWS PAO


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Preventive Medicine
Technician HM1(FMF)
Paul Kane, identifies some
of the mosquitoes caught
on base with a CO2 trap
to ensure they are not
carrying a specific dis-
ease. Kane only identifies
female mosquitoes as they
the ones who bite and
carrying diseases that can
be transmitted to humans
and animals.
York. That year, seven
people died from the dis-
ease and 55 were hospi-
talized. Since then it has
been making its way
across the country with
new cases identified
nearly every day. It has
also been discovered
throughout the Middle
East and in Eastern
Europe.
At NAS Jacksonville,
mosquito surveillance
falls under the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's
Preventive Medicine De-
partment. "Our depart-
ment runs the mosquito
control program for the
base, Yellow Water hous-
ing area, Defense Reutil-
ization and Marketing
Office and Whitehouse.
This entails identifying
samples of mosquitoes
brought in by contractors
from different areas,
monitoring the results
and requesting mosquito
spraying through the
Public Works Depart-
ment which oversees the
contractor hired to do
this job," explained Lt.
Gloria McNair, depart-

See MOSQUITOES, Page 13


Capt. Joseph McClain
will relieve Capt.
Theodore Algire as
the commander of Sea
Control Wing, U.S. Atlantic
Fleet at a change of com-
mand ceremony, today at 10
a.m. in Hangar 116.
McClain was born in
Offutt Air Force Base,
Omaha, Neb. The son of a
career Army officer, he
enlisted in the Navy in
1977, attending the Naval
Academy Preparatory
School in Newport, R. I. He
graduated from the U.S.
Naval Academy in 1982
with a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Engineering. He
holds a Master of Arts
Degree in History from the
University of Alabama and
a Master of Arts in Na-tion-
al and Strategic Studies
from the Naval War Col-
lege.
McClain earned his
wings in October of 1983
and reported to VS-41 for
training in the
S-3A Viking. Upon gradu-
ation, he reported to the
"Screwbirds" of VS-33 com-
pleting two cruises aboard
USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) to
the Western Pacific, Indian
Ocean and Mediterranean
Sea. In 1987, he reported to
VS-41 for duty as an S-3A
instructor, serving as offi-
cer-in-charge of Naval
Flight Officer Standardi-
zation.
Upon completing his tour
of duty at VS-41, he was
assigned to the staff of
Commander, Carrier Group
Seven (CCG-7) as assistant
air operations officer, later
serving as the air opera-


Capt. Joseph McClain


Capt. Theodore Algire
tions officer. While assigned
to CCG-7, McClain served
as the anti-submarine un-
derwater warfare (ASUW)
tactics officer for Battle
Force Zulu (Arabian Gulf
Battle Force) during Opera-
tion Desert Storm aboard
USS Ranger (CV-61). He
was responsible for the day-
to-day ASUW effort against
Iraq for the Battle Force
ASUWC. In 1992, he com-
pleted studies at the U.S.
Air Force Air Command
and Staff College at Max-
well AFB in Montgomery,
Ala.
After completing S-3B


nrom 1tan
The city of Jacksonville.
will welcome Terri Clarkr:
Mark Chesnutt, Trick.
Pony and Buddy Jewell .q,
Metropolitan Park for Free-
dom, Fanfare and Fireworks:
the City of Jacksonville's
Fourth of July Celebration,
July 4. Gates to Metropolitan
Park open at 3 p.m. and music
begins at 4 p.m. Admission is
free and on a first-come, first-
served basis.
Numerous activities will also
be offered at Kids Kampus,
located next to Metropolitan
Park from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Enjoy contests, relay races, tug
of war, face painting, patriotic
make and take crafts, and
take-home child identification
kits courtesy of the city of
Jacksonville and the Jackson-
ville Fire Rescue Department.
Food and beverages will be
available. Admission to all
events is free.
Skyblast, Jacksonville's pre-
miere fireworks showcase over
the St. Johns River, will con-.'
clude the festivities at 9:45
p.m.
For more information, visit
www.coj.net, email events@coj.'
net or call 630-3690.
Orange Park is hosting their:
annual Apple Pie July 4thI
Celebration July 3 from noon
to 8 p.m. and July 4 starting at
noon and lasting until after the
fireworks show which begins at
9:30 p.m. The event is held at
Moosehaven on Highway 17.
There will be arts and crafts,
entertainment, food vendors,
games for children, contests
and a parade on July 4 at noon
The event is free including
parking on Sunday. Parking is
$5 on Monday. Guests should
bring lawn chairs of blankets
for the fireworks show. No cool-
ers, food or alcoholic beverages
are allowed. For more informa-
tion, call 264-0520.


See COC, Page 12


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2 Jax Mr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 30, 2005


Foim THE FLEET


You didn't join the Navy to sit on your stern!


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
Rick West
U.S. Pacific Fleet
Command Master Chief
warriors, I previous-
ly released this
article in Hawaii
but decided to run it again
to get coverage across the
Navy because I think the
topic is that important. As
Sailors we have many
opportunities to visit foreign
countries and get a quick
snapshot of the local culture
.nd the way of life associat-
ed with a foreign country.
But have you ever
thought of living there?
Many opportunities exist
tor duty overseas; it's an
excellent opportunity for
you and your family to expe-
rience the monetary advan-
tages, education opportuni-
ties, travel and the challeng-
ing assignments that make
up overseas assignments.
In Japan for example we
have two problems associat-
ed with Forward Deployed
Naval Force (FDNF) duty.
First is getting Sailors to
take orders to Japan; the
second problem, and the
biggest, is trying to get
Sailors and their families to
leave when their duty is


FLTCM(SS/SW)
Rick West
completed ... they simply
love the Japanese culture
and the advantages of being
stationed in the FDNF.
I had the opportunity to
go overseas for duty and
still today I reflect on that
tour as rewarding, fun and
one that will always provide
great memories. That said
I'd like to discuss an issue
that not only affects the
readiness of our Navy, but
also provides some very
interesting opportunities for
you all duty overseas and
in particular, in the FDNF?
Many opportunities exist
for us that have completed
or will be completing an


overseas tour. In fact every
Sailor who enters our great
Navy should expect to do
one or two tours overseas in
their 30-year careers.
One of my big concerns as
Fleet Master Chief is that
some of our forward-
deployed Pacific Fleet billets
are getting a bad rep, most-
ly because of a lack of good
information.
Hopefully through this
article I will address some of
your concerns about FDNF
duty and provide you some
information that will assist
you and your family in mak-
ing an informed decision to
go overseas for a tour or
two.
First let's talk about
what's close to everyone's
heart money. As some of
you may or may not be
aware, our Navy has started
a cash-incentive program
called assignment incentive
pay (AIP) to help fill critical
overseas billets that tradi-
tionally have been hard to
fill. For some ratings, that
can amount to almost.
$1,500 a month extra.
Through the AIP program
and the detailers, Sailors.
bid on a job, keeping the
max in mind, and the most


qualified Sailor gets the
nod. But as we all know,
there's no free lunch.
AIP is scaled to meet rat-
ing and location require-
ments, in other words put-
ting a qualified Sailor in a
needed billet. Critical-skill
ratings get more than oth-
ers and some locations that
are harder to fill will have
higher AIP ceilings. Talk
with your Career Counselor
regarding your eligibility for
AIP.
And let's also not forget
about other financial incen-
tives to forward-deployed
duty like overseas COLA,
housing allowances, sea pay
for sea commands, and for
those looking to extend
there, overseas tour exten-
sion incentive pay.
I would like to take this
opportunity to share with
you some incentives and
advantages to being sta-
tioned in Yokosuka, Japan
on sea duty. I will use an E6
over eight years for my
example, living in housing
(only a month wait now)
with three dependents.
That Sailor would get
$1,212 for cost of living


See Join the Navy, Page 17


5K2(SU/RW) Livn MOORE

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply
Department

Hometown: Phenix City, Ala.


Family Life: Married with one child.

Past Duty Stations: Naval Medical Center,
Portsmouth, Va.

Career Plans: To advance to first class and
get my college degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Joining
the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Always be positive and
give your best.


LANI OTT

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Navy Exchange
Sales Clerk

Hometown: Olongapao City,


ON THE HOMEFRONT Philippines
ON Family Life: Married


Sometimes you've just got to take a chance Past Duty Stations: Guam; Groton, Conn.


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Several weeks ago,
Dustin and I hurriedly
shopped at the base
commissary one hour before
it closed. In tow were Ford,
4, and Owen, 2, both
extremely unhappy about
another shopping trip and
the fact that all the grocery-
cart/miniature-ride-on-toy-
trucks were already taken.
Oh, and if doing errands
with two toddlers during
rush hour isn't bad enough,
Tropical Storm Arlene
.was-according to CNN and
overzealous weathermen-
"barreling" toward us.
All of this, of course,
meant that I had to employ
.an age-old trick used by gro-
.cery-shopping mothers
everywhere-"throw and
go." For those of you lucky
'enough never to have
encountered a need for this
,tactic, "throw and go" refers
,to those incidences in the
-commissary when the shop-
-ping cart can only safely
,pause for three seconds
'before the children threaten
,you with CapriSun straws.
Like an athlete heading
:for the finish line, you
:steadily push your cart
-down the aisles, throwing in
,random items that perhaps
you need and perhaps you


don't. If you make it to the
checkout line with most of
your hair intact, you have
succeeded. It really doesn't
matter what ends up in
your basket.
Dustin who usually
only goes to the commissary
for a gallon of milk and
without children during the
slowest part of the day -
had trouble grasping the
idea of "throw and go." At
one paint, I caught him
thoughtfully considering
two different cans of green
beans and knew he was
computing the better value.
"What are you doing?" I
snapped, pushing past him.
"Shopping."
"There's no time for shop-
ping! We're in 'throw and go'
mode now! Just pick a can
and move on!"
In my frazzled state of
mind, saving two cents on a
can of beans meant nothing
compared to getting out of
the commissary before it
closed, and getting home
before Tropical Storm
Arlene.
Later, I whizzed through
the frozen foods section,
throwing pizzas and chicken
nuggets into the basket,
when Dustin calmly came
up behind me. "It's really
not a good idea to buy per-
ishable foods," he said,
"What if we lose power in


the storm? Let's put all of
this back."
The wheels on my shop-
ping cart skidded to a halt,
and I whirled around to face
my husband. Adrenaline
pulsed through my chest.
My heart thumped in my
ears. Dustin, who looked as
composed as ever, said,
"Seriously, you're buying all
this frozen stuff, and there's
a chance we could lose
everything in the refrigera-
tor if the power goes out.
Let's put it all back."
Put all the food back? All
the food I had risked my
sanity for? All the food that
would require another trip
to the commissary to buy?
Oh sure, losing all our may-
onnaise and hotdogs in a
power outage is something
to be concerned about, but
what if Arlene doesn't come
through, I thought. What if
we don't lose power? What if
I have to come to the com-
missary again next week?
So I looked at Dustin with
a look he now swears in
hindsight was similar to
that of a rabid animal and
said, "Sometimes, Dustin,
you just gotta take a
chance!"
Now, to understand his
expression in that moment,
you must first know this:
Dustin reads the fine print
on insurance papers. Dustin


never lets the car's gas go
below one-quarter of a tank.
Dustin won't let anyone
open the doors or windows
to feel a breeze until he has
"secured" the air condition-
ing ahead of time (because
wasting even a milli-second
of cool air is forbidden).
Dustin doesn't take
chances.
For Dustin, buying frozen
foods right before a storm is
foolish. But then, he also
wouldn't be the one to brave
the commissary again a few
days later.
Poor, sensible Dustin! But
he has been married to me
long enough to know better.
So he just shrugged and
said, "How do you argue
with that?" And we contin-
ued with our trip.
However, that didn't stop
him from teasing me in
front of anyone who would
listen for the next several
days. "You just gotta take a
chance?" he would mock.
"What does that mean any-
way? Is she really that
unreasonable?"
But the joke's on Dustin,
isn't it? First, we never lost
power during the storm.
And second, I got to write
this very public column
about it.
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-
ley.com.


Career Plans: To continue working at the
Navy Exchange. ,

Most Interesting Experience: Marrying
my husband.

SWords of Wisdom: Faith without deeds is
dead.



Vacation Bible School is


July 25-29 at NAS Jax
Registration for
Vacation 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
Religious Education
Building 749.
This year's theme is
"Kingdom of the Son, A on sign-ups or to v
Prayer Safari." teer, call 542-3051.'
There are 100 seats will also be a table s
available for the week- in the Chapel parkir
long class. July 9 from 10 a.m
For more information p.m. for sign-ups.


'olun-
There
set up
ng lot
. 'to 1


HEY, MONEYMANI


,Hey, MoneyMan:
My husband and I can
never get ahead of our cred-
it card bills. Every month
.we pay each credit card bill,
,but every month our
charges seem to get higher
and higher.
My husband and I have
tried to pay cash, but we
run out of money every
'month and must use our
credit cards to buy the
things we need. How can
*we get out of this cycle?
Now we argue over money
every payday!
MoneyMan Sez:
I believe that the biggest
'barrier to financial success
'for most of us is credit card
debt. There simply is no
good reason to run up cred-
it card debt. When you
have credit card debt, the
simple fact is that you'll
pay approximately three
times the cost of the item
you purchased by the time
you pay off the bill.
The $200 Ipod becomes a
$600 Ipod. The $1,200 TV
becomes a $3,600 TV. The
reason your credit card bal-
ance gets higher and higher
is because the "credit card
bill" you are paying is actu-


ally the minimum monthly
payment, not the full bill.
Credit card companies
prefer you carry a balance
and not pay off the balance
every month. Using credit
cards to pay for items pur-
chased is actually a good
idea, if you know how to
use your credit card.
There is only one way to
do it correctly pay off the
balance in full every
month, every time! If you
are carrying a balance, the
faster you get rid of your
credit card debt, the sooner
you can start on the road to
financial stability.
Look at how you are
using your credit cards.
Are you purchasing the
things you "need" or the
things you "want?" The
next time you make a pur-
chase, knowing you will not
be able to pay for it in full
when the bill comes, ask
yourself,,Is this item really
worth [three times the
amount I am about to pay?"
If it is not, then don't buy
it. Wait until you have the
money to pay cash, or
enough money to pay off
the credit card charge in
full when the bill comes. If


you are paying your credit
card bill on time every
month, chances are that-
you have good credit.
Contact you credit card
company and ask them to
lower your interest rate.
You may be surprised to
learn that many companies


will do so simply because
you asked. A lower rate, of
course, will allow you to
pay off the balance sooner.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyManl at 778-0353.


I SvJpAx SxaYWis.S
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 ... ... ...... ..... .. ...... ... .. .. .. ........... .. .............


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer apt. 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
The Jal A Nils is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JuiltW1 1 do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised' in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxaimews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JuA NBB can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the JUtaiNi Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The Jaill I N is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
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*:T abiJax, the Northeast
1j Florida Chapter of the
]L International Habitat for
nanity, is rapidly reducing the
hber of Jacksonville families
live in substandard housing.
strious volunteers, such as
12 NAS Jacksonville chief
'ty officers that painted and
t walls June 23, make this
4ible.
4ive chiefs worked in the
SiJax warehouse and seven
their efforts to a house that
.ted interior painting on 23rd
teet, just outside downtown
(dksonville.
,tSC(SW) Ken Howard and
3 C(SW/AW) Niels Canton
teamed up in the warehouse pre-
fabricating walls. Each chief
shouted instructions back and
forth above the deafening scream
of a band saw as it ripped
through plywood on the other
side of the warehouse. They were
surrounded by neat stacks of
lumber, particleboard and vinyl
siding awaiting installation in
future homes. The nail guns they
used to connect each board made
loud hissing noises. "Our goal is
to have the house we're construct-
ing these walls for completed by
Saturday," said Canton.
James King, an eight-year vet-
eran and supervisor at HabiJax,
watched the sequence of events
and gave instructions to the two
.chiefs. He seemed satisfied as
their work evolved from separate
pieces of wood to completed tress-
es. At the water cooler, he sipped
a drink and eyed the chiefs from
a distance.
"The military people who come
here are always ready to roll.
They always work their tails off
and are conscientious about get-
ting the job done right. I enjoy
supervising them," he said.
Another volunteer, from NAS
Jax Legal, LNC(SW) Princess
Russell volunteers frequently to
help the community and to expe-
rience the camaraderie with other
chiefs. She described her reason
for participating as she painted a
bedroom eggshell white. "This is


Photos by ET2 Bill Lamed
CSC(SW) Ken Howard of the NAS
Jacksonville Galleon Galley in-
spects a wall joist after using his
nail gun.
always an eye-opener for me,
because it makes me realize how
lucky I am," she said, working
with a paint roller. The interior
paint she applied was the third
and final coat.
CSC(SW) Carlos Rodriguez,
from the Transient Personnel
Unit had similar reasons for vol-
unteering. "It's important to give
something back to the communi-
ty," he said as he worked inside a
bathroom.
Each day at HabiJax is begun
with a prayer before work is
started. All volunteers at the
facility gather in a circle and hold
hands. They take 30 seconds to
inhale and experience a few
moments of peace, while envision-
ing a better life for the recipients
of the houses they are about to
construct. Volunteers know in
their hearts the need is great.
Applicants desiring a home
built by HabiJax volunteers must
be employed, live in substandard
or government subsidized hous-
ing, provide a $500 down pay-
ment and devote 300 working
hours towards either their own
home or another applicant's.
Recipients pay a no-interest home
loan over 25 years. The average
cost of a home built by HabiJax is
$45,000.
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GSEC(SW,AW) Niels Canton holds
wood beams still for CSC(SW) Ken
Howard to connect, using a nail
gun.
O'Rourke, president of HabiJax,
the median price of a house in
Jacksonville this year is
$174,000. Jacksonville residents
have faced a 72 percent rise in
the price of a new home in the
past five years.
The organization's goal is to
begin construction on two new
homes each week, as funding is
available. The low construction
cost for homes is made possible
by the donations of building sup-
ply companies and the free labor
of volunteers, such as the NAS


CSC(SW) Carlos Rodriguez from Transient Personnel Unit Jax, paints a
bathroom wall in a home on 23rd Street in Jacksonville. "I already have
the skills for this type of work, so I'm putting them to good use in the
community," he said.
Jax chiefs. Since the inception of For additional information
the Habitat for Humanity, volun- about volunteer opportunities,
teers have built 200,000 homes in call 798-4529, Ext. 252 or visit
100 countries. www.HabiJax.org.


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See the world with Space-A travel


ByABH2(AW)
Amberley Wallace
NAS Jax Air Terminal
he air terminal locat-
ed at NAS Jackson-
ville is a jointly oper-
ated Navy-Air Force/Air
Mobility Command facility,
providing air transport serv-
ices to destinations in
Europe, Southwest Asia and
numerous U.S. cities.
It remains ont of the most
prominent military air ter-
minals in the world, and, as
such, provides ample oppor-
tunity for active duty,
retirees and their depend-
ents to travel virtually cost-
free on a."Space-A" basis.
"Space-A" is short for
"space-available" and
describes travel on govern-
ment-owned or contracted
aircraft. Under the Space-A
program, eligible passengers
take advantage of any
unused seats on Depart-
ment of Defense (DoD) or
contracted aircraft, once all
of the duty passengers and
cargo have been accommo-
dated.
With patience and flexibil-
ity, a passenger can travel
the world in an inexpensive
manner. Success with
Space-A travel depends on
flexibility and good timing.
Since Space-A passengers
travel only after all duty
passengers and air cargo
have been accommodated,
there is no guarantee that a
flight will have enough
seats for every potential
customer.
Space-A passengers,
therefore, should have suffi-
cient financial resources to
cover the costs of lodging
and alternative transporta-
tion should seats not be
available at any point in
their itinerary.
Remember, "space-avail-
able" travel is just that -
space that is available only
after all mission require-
ments are fulfilled. There is
no guarantee!
Space-A passengers must
register with the departure
passenger terminal. Sign-up
at the NAS Jacksonville Air
Terminal can be done by fax
at 542-3257 or in-person
from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Once the registration has
been received at the respec-
tive terminal, the member is
assigned a "category of trav-
el." Selection for travel is
based on this assigned cate-
gory as well as the
date/time of the sign-up.
Sign-up is valid for 60
days (for retirees), or for the
duration of individual's
orders, leave, or flight
authorization (active duty
and other eligible passen-
gers), up to a maximum of
60 days.
Due to increased security
after 9/11, NAS Jackson-
ville does not publish flight
information via a Web site.
Flight information is pub-
lished 72 hours in advanced
and can be accessed by call-
ing 542-3956 or 542-3825.
-Flights can vary 'from
NAS North Island, San
Diego, Calif., Whidbey
Island, Washington, Fort
Worth, Texas and various
other sites. Remember, just
because there is a flight out
of the area does not guaran-
tee a flight back.
Remember to be flexible.
The only regularly sched-
uled flight every week is a
Patriotic Express (civilian
chartered) plane that trav-
els to and from Norfolk, Va.
and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
every Saturday and every
other Tuesday.
To take advantage of this
or any other Space-A flight,
passengers must arrive at
the designated "show time."
This show time is generally
two hours .prior to the antic-
ipated departure time and
is subject to change.
If a service member
desires to fly to Norfolk via
the Patriot Express, he or


she should arrive no later
than 3 p.m. For those pas-
sengers inquiring about
flights to Europe, Norfolk
serves as the major "hub"
for the connecting flights.
For information regarding
flights from Norfolk, please
call (757) 444-4148.
The following persons are
eligible for Space-A travel:
Members of the Uni-
formed Services and their


Photo by JO1 Mike England
ABH2(AW) Amberley Wallace gives Yolanda Williams some information on Space-A flights at
the NAS Jax Air Terminal Monday. Space-A flights are available to authorized passengers to
cities all over the world.


family members.
Foreign exchange serv-
ice members on permanent
duty with the DoD.
Retired members of the
Uniformed Services and
their family members.
Members of the Reserve
Components.
Civilian employees of
the DoD stationed overseas
and their families.
American Red Cross
personnel serving overseas
with the U.S. military.
DoD Dependent School
(DoDDS) teachers and their
family members.
The categories that deter-
mine the order of selection
for Space A flights are:
Category one Emergen-
cy leave
Category two Environ-
mental Morale Leave (EML)
Category three Ordin-
ary leave
Category four Unac-com-
panied dependents on EML
Category five Permis-
sive Temporary Duty and
students
Category six Retirees
(lowest priority for travel)
Space-A privileges cannot
be used for personal gain or
in connection with business
enterprises or employment,
to establish a home, to
transport dependents to a
duty station where the serv-
ice member is (or will be)
serving an unaccompanied
tour, to transport depend-
ents to a TDY duty station,
or when international or
theater restrictions prohibit
such travel.
Disabled veterans are not
eligible for space-available
travel solely on the basis of
their disability. However,
disabled retirees are eligi-
ble, and that category
includes people who have
received disability retire-
ments. /
Military members on
active duty must be in a
leave or pass status to regis-
ter for space-available trav-
el, remain in a leave or pass
status while awaiting trav-
el, and be in a leave or pass
status for the entire period
of travel.
When afforded Space-A
privileges, DoD civilians
must be in a leave or non-
duty (i.e., weekend or holi-
day) status to register for
space-available travel. If in
a non-duty status, leave
must have been approved
for the first normal working
day following the non-duty
period. A leave status must
then be maintained while
awaiting travel and for the
entire period of travel.
Travelers with Disabilities
Persons with disabilities
may travel Space-A but
should be self-sufficient. The
only persons permitted to
accompany disabled passen-
gers are their dependents
(excluding CONUS flights),
or other persons eligible for
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A space-available "roll
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Passengers who show up
after the showtime will be
accommodated only after all
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been taken care of, regard-
less of their category, or date
and time of sign up.
Please be aware that
flight schedules are subject
to change. It is recommend-
ed that an individual check
the space-available show
time for the desired flight
prior to departing for the
terminal. Additionally, he or
she should be ready for
immediate processing and
boarding upon arrival at the
Passenger Service Center.
Selection (Roll-Call)
Seat assignment begins
by selecting the passenger
with the highest category of
travel and the earliest
date/time of sign-up. Once
selected for space-available
travel, the individual is
paged to report to the pas-
senger check-in counter.
The passenger's ID card
and all other pertinent doc-
umentation are then
checked, and the boarding
and subsequent travel com-
mences a short time later.
If, after the passenger's
name 'is called, the passen-
ger does not proceed to the
check-in counter in a timely
manner, he or she may be
removed from the call list
and the corresponding
seat(s) may be assigned to
other passengers. The situa-
tion can be avoided simply
by remaining in the imme-
diate vicinity of the passen-
ger terminal.
Recall
Although not a common
event, active-duty passenger
or cargo space requirements
may cause the "recall"
(bumping) of Space-A pas-
sengers at any point. If an
individual is 'bumped', he or
she may re-register with the
original date and time of
registration.
Remember there is no
guarantee! The member
should always be prepared
to purchase commercial
transportation, meals and
lodging. Be prompt, patient,
prepared, and flexible.
Check with the Passenger
Service Center for Space-A
showtime prior to departing
the terminal area. Space-A
seats are normally identi-
fied as early as two to three
hours and as late as 30 min-
utes prior to departure. To
prevent delays, be ready for
immediate processing and
boarding.
When traveling Space-A
always be prepared for the
unexpected and have suffi-
cient funds to buy commer-
cial transportation, food and
lodging.


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Be as flexible as possible
in choosing a destination.
Some destinations have
greater opportunities for
Space-A travel than others,
due to passenger demand
and the frequency of sched-
uled flights.
Whenever possible, an
individual should plan to
travel at "off-peak" Space-A
travel periods in order to
increase the possibility of
finding space on the desired
flights. '
The 'peak periods' include
the "summer vacations"
(late May-August) and year-
end holiday season.
Historically, February-
March and October-
November are the slowest
travel periods.
Unless otherwise directed
by the respective command
or service, appropriate civil-
ian attire can be worn on
any flight. Use good judg-
ment and common sense to
ensure clothing is safe, in
good taste and consistent
with the customs of over-
seas countries.
Passengers traveling on
AMC flights should not
wear: open-toed shoes (e.g.,
sandals); revealing clothing
(e.g., tank tops); or tattered
clothing (e.g., cut-off shorts).


Baggage Allowance
Each Space-A passenger
is authorized two pieces of
baggage not to "exceed" 70
pounds each or 62 linear
inches. The sum of linear
measurements (length plus
width plus height) must not
exceed 62 linear inches.
Bags larger than 62 linear
inches and/or heavier than
70 pounds will be counted
as two pieces. Checked bag-
gage exceeding the allowed
weight criteria will be
counted as an extra piece
for each increment of 70
pounds. Excess baggage is
not allowed for Space-A pas-
sengers.
Each passenger is author-
ized one carry-on bag.
Carry-on baggage cannot
exceed 45 linear inches.
Carry-on baggage must fit
securely .under the aircraft
seat, or in the overhead
compartment, if available.
Space-A passengers are not
allowed to transport pets of
any kind.
When traveling Space-A
with young children, pre-
pare for possible delays
along the way where child-
care items and supplies
may not be readily avail-
able. While the passenger
terminal provides many
facilities for children (play-
.grounds, playroom, nurs-
ery), children should not be
left unsupervised.
Federal Aviation Admin-
istration approved child
safety/restraint seats for
young children flying on
AMC flights are required.
This policy applies to chil-
dren under 2 years old who
weigh less than 40 pounds
and are less than 40 inches
tall.
Children must be in the
seat during takeoffs and
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landings, but may be held
while the aircraft is in the
cruise portion of the flight.
Since children's meals, bev-
erages and entertainment
are not provided on military
aircraft, Space-A passen-
gers should prepare accord-
ingly for their children's
needs.
Hazardous materials pro-
hibited on Space-A flights
include many common
items from your home,
workshop, or garage such
as: Propane, butane cylin-
ders or lighter refills safety
or "strike-anywhere" match-
es gasoline, diesel, or
kerosene from camping
stoves
The following hazardous
articles may be transported
in limited quantities in
hand-carried or checked
baggage.
A limited quantity is
what a passenger would use
on a short trip: toiletry arti-
cles and medicines contain-
ing hazardous substances
matches and lighters oxy-
gen cylinders used by indi-
viduals for medical purpos-
es aerosols intended for per-
sonal care (hair sprays and
deodorants) lithium batter-
ies located in watches, com-
puters, etc.
Remember, thi s is just a
brief explanation of the
Space "A" opportunities
available. For specific ques-
tions, it is best to call and
speak to an Air Terminal
Representative.
Although not appropriate
for everyone, Space-A is an
often-underutilized benefit
that can open up the world
to the most frugal of travel-
ers. Success can be achieved
by subscribing to the age-
'old concept: "the journey is
more important than the
destination."


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Protecting our freedom

The Constitution of the United States of America


By Dave Coulburn
NAS Jax Safety Office
very time you are sworn in, you
swear to uphold the Constitu-
tion. Most only read the
Constitution in school and never
again, so I decided to refresh your
memory. Not word for word, but idea
for idea. However, I will quote the
beginning. The interpretations set
forth are mine.
"We the People of the United States,
in order to form a more perfect union,
establish justice, insure domestic
tranquility, provide for the common
defense, promote the general welfare,
and secure the blessings of liberty to
ourselves and our posterity.. ."
We the people, not, we the leaders.
The men who wrote this document
saw themselves as direct representa-
tives of the people of this country.
They were trying to come up with a
set of rules that would make the gov-
ernment fair to all in order to form
a more perfect union. They wanted
equal justice under the law establish
justice. They wanted people to help
govern themselves so that there
would be fairness in the law insure
domestic tranquility. They created a
standing armed force with a backup
for that force to provide for the com-
mon defense. Freedoms make things
better for everyone and promote the
general welfare. They made sure that
the freedoms that they had fought to
obtain would be there for them and
their descendants..
The Constitution is broken down
into articles and amendments. There
are seven articles and 26 amend-
ments.
Article I establishes the existence of
the Congress of the United States and
tells how it will operate. The part that
I like about this is that they chose to
make the representatives of the peo-
ple the first article. Again showing
that the people, not the "leaders" of
the people are more important.
Article II establishes the presiden-
cy, explains how they will be elected,
part of the chain of succession in the
event something happens to the pres-
ident. It has something of interest in
section one as well. The president
must -be native born (unless they
were citizens at the time of the sign-
ing of this document). This article is
the one that makes the president our
commander and chief. It requires the
State of the Union address, as well as
requiring the president to receive
ambassadors. This is where the pres-
ident commissions all officers of the
United States. It is also where it
explains how to get rid of the incum-
bent in the event of wrongdoing.
Article III establishes the Supreme
Court and the process to add other
courts as appropriate. It establishes
trial by jury. It also defines treason
and how punishment is to be decided.
Article IV establishes state rights
and how states become states. It
makes it possible for the civil laws of
one state to apply in others, such as
your driver's license issued in Oregon
is good while in Florida, or your mar-


riage certificate from Maine is good in
California. It also requires the gov-
ernment of the United States to pro-
tect the states.
Article V establishes how amend-
ments to this document can be made.
Article VI made this country
responsible for its debts prior to
becoming a country. It also made the
Constitution the supreme law of the
land and where the oath of office
came from.
Article VII established the
Constitution as a legal document once
it was signed (ratified).
The Amendments of the
Constitution:
Amendment I establishes the fol-
lowing freedoms: religion, speech, the
press, and peaceful assembly. It also
allows the people to "sue" the govern-
ment to correct a wrong.
Amendment II establishes the
militia and the right to bear arms.
Because of the syntax of the time,
much debate has occurred over the
exact intent of this amendment.
Amendment III prevents a prac-
tice that was common of the British
government. That of quartering mili-
tary in private homes without the
consent of the homeowner, except in
time of war, and then only as allowed
by law.
Amendment IV provides for our
security against unreasonable search
and seizure, without a properly
obtained warrant.
Amendment V prevents the court
from forcing you to testify against
yourself (you have the ultimate right
to never be compelled to "incriminate"
yourself in other words never have
to say anything anywhere). It estab-
lished the double jeopardy rule.
Prevents you from being seized with-
out due process, and prevents the gov-
ernment from seizing your property
without appropriate compensation.
Amendment VI establishes the
speedy, public trial, the right to con-
front your accuser, the right to a
defense counsel, as well as the right
to present your own witnesses.
Amendment VII establishes the
right to a jury trial in civil cases.
Amendment VIII prevents imposing
unreasonable bail, or fines. It also
prevents "cruel and unusual" punish-
ment.
Amendment IX says that the
Constitution does not limit your
rights to just those addressed therein.
Amendment X gives all remaining
legal powers to the states and the
people.
Remember, this is where the origi-
nal amendminents ended. We have
added 16 more since then:.
Amendment XI (02/07/1795)
Prohibits the U.S. government from
getting involved with a suit brought
against a state.
Amendment XII (06/15/1804) Adds
to Article II, Section 1 of the
Constitution, explaining in greater
detail the election process.
Amendment XIII (12/06/1865)
Abolished slavery.
Amendment XIV (07/09/1868) is
the origin' of the "due process of law"


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and the "privileges and immunities"
clause in addition to "equal protec-
tion". Also, the 14th amendment
establishes that representatives shall
be apportioned according to the popu-
lations for each state and where
adult males were prohibited from vot-
would be accordingly reduced. It
21 years of age the right to vote. It

prevents any public office holder from
holding office if they committed trea-
son. The government is responsible
for its legal debts.
Amendment XV (02/03/1870)-
Apparently XIV above wasn't consid-"
ered specific enough because this one
specifically adds race, color or previ-
ous condition of servitude to allow all
male citizens the right to vote, and
gave the U.S. government the power
to hammer anyone that violates this

Amendment XVI (02/03/1913) is

Amendment XVII (04/08/1913)
gave the people the right to elect sen-
ators. Until then, the House of
Representatives electedthem.
Amendment XVIII (01//1919)
was the prohibition amendment.
Repealed by athe 21st Amendment on

12/05/1933.
Amendment XIX (08/18/1920)
gives women the right to vote and
again gave the government the right
to hammer those that violated it.
Amendment XVX (02/03/1933) fixed






the exact day when the term of the
president and vice president ended,
as well as that of congressmen. It
told Congress that they had to get
together on Jan. 3 of each year. It fur-
ther identifies the hain of session of
the president. th
Amendment XXI (12/05/1933)
Remember, i t t repealed the 18th







Amendment, but it also said thathyou
had to import, own, etc. alcohol'legally.
Amendment XXII (02/27/1951)
limits the term of office of the presi-

Amendment XXIII (03/29/1961)
gave the people living in the District
of Columbia the right to vote.
Amendment XXIV (01/23/64) pre-
vents you from being taxed in order to
be able to vote.
Amendment XXV (02/10/1967)

SAmendment XXVI (07/01/1971)
reduced the voting age from 21 to 18.
There you have my nutshell version
of the Constitution of the United
States identifies the chain of session of
States.


axAllr NeWS, NAS lacksonville, Thursday, June 30, 2005 7



The 4th can be fun
Firework safety ensures a good time
By Randy Hall
NAS Jax Base Fire Chief
W would you burn your child? If I asked you this-
question most family members would wonder if
UTI had lost my mind. However, the sad truth-of
the matter is, this Fourth of July someone's child is
going to the emergency room or in the worse case sce-
nario, the funeral home because of fireworks. Yes, fire-
works!
I often get these looks and
comments: "Chief, you're just
a spoil sport. You don't want '
us to have fun." Or, "it's the \-
Fourth of July. You are anti- ,"
celebration. Americans cele-
brate the Fourth with fire- ~, *
works." No. we are not -9 0f \
against celebrating but we
are for the protection of life
and property.
Consumer fireworks have an unparalleled history of
causing death and injury. Many people will say, "it's just
a sparkler, it doesn't hurt anything." Not true. Look at
the statistics according to National Fire Protection
Association and the Consumer Product Safety
Commission. In 2003, 9,300 fireworks-related injuries
were treated in a hospital emergency room. In 2002,
there were 3,000 reported structure or vehicle fires
started by fireworks and $29 million in direct property
damage.
In 1997-2001, eight people per year were killed in fires
started by fireworks, while seven people were killed
directly by fireworks. In 2003. 100 people were killed in
a Rhode Island nightclub fire ignited by the indoor use
of pyrotechnics in a small, crowded room with wall lin-
ings that promoted rapid flame spread.
As in most years, the majority of victims of fireworks
injuries in 2003. were under age 20. The highest injury
rates were for children aged five to nine, whose relative
risk compared to other age groups has been increasing
in recent years. In 2003, five out of six 1.84 percent, of
emergency room fireworks injuries involved fireworks
that federal regulations permit consumers to use.
Seven states have banned access by the public to all
fireworks, including Arizona. Delaware, Georgia,
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode
Island. "Safe and sane," or legal fireworks caused more
injuries than illegal fireworks, especially to preschool
children. "Safe and sane" fireworks include devices such
as sparklers, fountains, snakes, party poppers, and
ground spinners. Six states permit the sale of sparklers
and some other devices.
Just going to a vendor to purchase fireworks is danger-
ous. In 1983, two separate massive fireworks explosion
incidents in Mexico killed 34 and 21 people, respectively.
In 1996, nine people died in an Ohio fire when a cus-
tomer ignited a fireworks device in the sales display
area of a fireworks retail facility and the resulting fire
quickly spread to the entire store inventory.
I will dare say you have never seen a UL label on a
consumer firework. Now the question is for you would
you burn your child? If you purchase fireworks and
allow your children to play with them, you are risking
blindness, burns and even death. What kind of loving
parent would allow this? Not any I know.
The members of NAS Jax Fire Department want you
and your family to enjoy this holiday but without con-
sumer purchased fireworks. We would ask you take
your family to one of the many public fireworks displays
sponsored by area cities and leave the fireworks to the
professionals. We all know it's a much better time and
you can kick back and enjoy spending time with the
most precious people in your life your family. The con-
sequences of not heeding this good advice may be a life-
time of guilt having to look at your blinded or maimed
child. When you pass that colorful and brightly lit fire-
works stand and feel tempted to go in, we ask you to
remember an important thought. "Would I burn my
child?" Your answer is looking up at you!


Chaplain's Corner : Life's lessons learned

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Thousands of aluminum cans are collected monthly and processed for recycling.


MM3 Stephen Campau (left) and MM3 Edgardo Martinez unload boxes ready for recycling.


After collecting recyclable material from around the base, MM3 Edgardo Martinez and MM3
Stephen Campau load cardboard boxes on the conveyor to be baled up.



New recycling storage


facility operational -


saves thousands of dollars


By Ryan Crook
Special Contributor
he newly opened storage building at
the NAS Jax Recycling Center is
now fully operational and responsi-
ble for collecting and separating all recy-
clable materials on base and readying
them for shipment to outside recycling
services.
Built by the men and women of
Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit
202, the new 4,000-square-foot warehouse
now facilitates the storage of recyclables
and protects bailed cardboard and paper
from the elements, resulting in larger prof-
its. The center is operated by the Base
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department and manned year round by
active-duty Sailors.
Monday through Friday, a group of Sailors
from the center go to all buildings and speci-
fied drop points around the base and pick up
recyclable materials. These recyclable mate-
rials include cardboard, plastic, glass, paper
and aluminum. The Sailors also travel off
base to the Defense Reutilization and
Marketing Office located on Highway 17 for
pickup. Most areas on base are picked up
daily; some are only picked up once or twice
a week. However, facilities such as the
Personnel Support Detachment, shred more
paper than other activities on base, so they
have a daily pick up.
On a daily basis, approximately 20 to 25
bags of shredded paper, 10 to 15 bags of
aluminum cans and nearly two truckloads


MM3 Edgardo Martinez (right) from the NAS
jax Recycling Center collects recyclable
paper from NAS jax Commanding Officer
Secretary Nancy Hanson during his weekly
collection stop.
of cardboard are picked up by the center.
The center then separates it by type and or
color and organizes it accordingly. For
instance, all of the cardboard the center
receives is 'baled' up for transport. Baling
is a process whereby half of a truckload of


AN Patrick Sullivan sorts paper at the Recycling Center.


p.,'- *~


See RECYCLE, Page 9






JaxAJr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 30, 2005 9


Sailors working at the NAS Jax Recycling Center look on as boxes continue up the conveyor belt to be baled.


MM3 Edgardo Martinez (front) and MM3 Stephen Campau
pick up cardboard boxes from the galley and take them to the
recycling center.


Photos
by
Ryan
Crook


MM3 Edgardo Martinez explains the procedure for processing
plastic containers that have been separated and are in the
process of being baled.


EN2 John
Kemper
uses a forklift
to store
finished bales
in the newly
constructed
warehouse.


RECYCLE: New storage

facility saves thousands

From Page 8

cardboard is compacted into a space about the size of a
large refrigerator. Sailors at the center usually process
three bales a day.
"Once we get a full bale, we take it to the new warehouse
that was just built as our storage facility," explained
QM1(SW) Kennon Cunningham, referring to the warehouse
that is adjacent to the recycling center. Once a quota of 45
bales is met, a commercial recycling service comes and
picks up the cardboard. From there it is out of the hands of
the Sailors at the recycling -
center.
"We have someone who ..
comes down from Oklahoma
about twice a month, he m -.
loads up the cardboard bales,
weighs them, and sends the

EN2 John Kemper, leading
petty officer of the recycling
center said.
Once most of the material
is gathered, aside from sepa-
ration and holding, all the
recycling is done off base.
However, the money that is
saved is put back into the
base and facilities run by Using a wooden pole, MM3
MWR. According to MWR Edgardo Martinez guides
Financial Manager Alfredo boxes into the baling
Cox, the recycling center has machine.
saved the base nearly
$300,000 since the beginning of fiscal year 2005, in October.
Last year, the center recycled 1,893 tofis of recyclable
materials. "Most of the money that is saved goes to MWR,"
Cunningham explained. "That helps maintain the fitness
center, and most of the parks on base." This does not how-
ever relegate the money simply to those facilities.
Two of the largest contributors to the recycling center are
the NAS Jax Defense Commissary Agency and the Navy
Exchange. The commissary produces its own bales from
two machines that it has in the back of the store. From
December to February, the commissary alone produced 253
bails of cardboard, which is nearly 384,000 lbs. This is an
impressive number for a small community such as NAS
Jax. "Each bale weighs around 1,500 lbs.," stated Dennis
Claxton, NAS Jax Commissary store administrator. "They
are so heavy that we need a forklift to move each one of
them."
The center also recycles all paper on base. Most of the
paper that is recycled is turned to shredded paper and is
sold to local pet shops in Jacksonville. Prior to recycling, all
paper has to be separated. Currently, only white paper can
be recycled. Colored paper however, has to be discarded.
All separation is done by hand. Also, most of the glass that
is collected at the center has to be separated too. Clear
glass such as coke bottles have to be separated from dark
glasses such as beer bottles.
All shredded paper is either baled up like the cardboard;
or is sold around town to local pet shops for use in cages. It
takes nearly 30 bags of shredded paper to make one bale
After being baled up, most of the paper is stored in the new
warehouse to await shipping to Envirocycle Enterprises, a
recycling center in Alma, Ga.
The center is located on Birmingham Road adjacent to
the MWR Hobby Auto Shop and it accepts recycling directly
at a drop off point in the front of the center 24/7. Milita4-,
families, retirees and Department of Defense civilians cair
conveniently drive-up to the front and place their recy-
clables in the designated areas for cardboard, plastic, glass,
paper and aluminum. This drop off point does not however
accept newspapers. There is a collection area located acro4
the street that takes newspapers.
For more information about the center, call 542-3113.






10 Jax AI NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 30, 2005



NAVFAC breaks ground

Navy Cargo "
Handling Battalion
11 to get premier
training facility .'E lu
at Blount Island ig .
By Sue Brink
Facilities Team Southeast Public A
Affairs Officer


Naval Facilities En-
gineering Com-
mand (NAVFAC)
participated in a ground-
breaking ceremony June 4
to kick off the start of con-
struction on a new state-of-
the-art training facility for
Navy Cargo Handling
Battalion 11 (NCHB 11) at
Blount Island Command
(BIC).
NCHB 11 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Terry Riven-
bark kicked off the ceremo-
ny by thanking battalion
members for their service
to the country. He told
them that he was very
proud of them and that this
was a very important day.
"We are all about moving
cargo safely," said
Rivenbark.
With the construction of
this new facility, NCHB 11
will now have a facility to
meet the needs of the bat-
talion for training cargo-
handling personnel in sup-
port of the global war on
terrorism.
The contract for this facil-
ity was awarded to BKM,
Inc. from Jacksonville, in
the amount of $2.1 million.
The work includes the
design and construction of
training and vehicle main-
tenance facilities for NCHB
11 and incidental related
work. The new facility will
include several training
rooms, an administrative
area and offices along with
locker room facilities. The
new facility is anticipated
to be complete Feb. 21,
2006.
The battalion began this
endeavor back in 1996.
Capt. Patricia Wolfe, former
commanding officer for
NHCB-11, spearheaded
moving the battalion from
downtown Jacksonville to
BIC. It was a huge under-
taking and it was at this
ceremony that members of


Photos courtesy of Facilities Team Souheast
Members of NCHB-11 take a look at what the new training facility will look like next year
when it is completed.


Blount Island Command Commanding Officer Col. Carl
Matter tells battalion members that this event signifies how
they are bound together as Navy and Marine Corps real-
world expeditionaries in logistics.


the battalion gathered to
see the plan going in to
effect to provide better
training efficiencies for the
battalion. "We needed to
move and the Marines took
us in. This new building
will be the premier facility
for the Cargo Handling
Battalions," said Wolfe.
Capt. Valerie Huegel, the
Navy Expeditionary
Logistics Support Force
chief of staff, reiterated
that the facility would be
instrumental in ensuring
that the battalion will be


ready for future worldwide
missions.
The state-of-the art facili-
ty will be a vast improve-
ment from the trailers that
the battalion worked out of
for many years. Wolfe told
the battalion that the new
facility would make coordi-
nating all of their training
efforts more efficient. They
will no longer have to go
from one trailer to another
to coordinate training and
administrative functions.
CM1 Robert Arndt, who is
assigned to NCHB 11, said,


"The new facility will dras-
tically improve the way,. we
can perform maintenance
on our equipment. It will
allow the maintenance
function to be completed in
one building rather than
the three that it is current-
ly performed in."
After the ceremony, BIC
Commanding Officer Col.
Carl Matter spoke to the
battalion. He told them,
"when we (the Marines) go
places, you guys (NCHB-11)
get us there. "We are
focused on readiness and
today signifies how we are
bound together as Navy
and Marine Corps real
world expeditionaries in
logistics."
NCHB-11 was commis-
sioned on July 1, 1984.
Their mission is to provide
combat logistics services in
support of the global war
on terrorism any ship,
any aircraft, any time any-
where. NCHB 11 recently
returned from a seven-
month deployment to
Kuwait.


Department of the Navy

renews PREVENT

contract to reduce

alcohol abuse, drug use

From the Pacific Institute
for Research and Evaluation
As many Sailors return home from long
deployments at sea engaged in the war on
terrorism, they may find themselves strug-
gling to return to normalcy. The PREVENT pro-
gram, the Navy's alcohol and drug prevention class
for 18- to 25-year-olds, enables young Sailors to
learn to cope and handle the various stressors of
daily life.
This contract program, while not new to most
naval installations, was recently renewed by the
Department of the Navy for the next five years for
up to $20 million. Since 1995, Pacific Institute for
Research and Evaluation (PIRE) led training class-
es on 47 bases worldwide from Japan and Italy to
San Diego and Jacksonville. PREVENT of Personal
Responsibility and Values: Education and Training
is part of the Navy's ongoing "Right Spirit"
Campaign to deglamorize alcohol use among
Sailors.
"It's not what you know, but what you do with
what you know that counts," said Bernard Murphy,
Ph.D., and project director for PREVENT. "That slo-
gan is used throughout the training because these
Sailors have to be ready to change their risky
behavior."
PREVENT facilitators teach Sailors basic com-
munication skills and together they practice the
components of personal responsibility for their
actions in the classroom setting. The focus of the
program is to enable Sailors to develop a sense of
individual responsibility and make healthy deci-
sions with the skills taught during the three-day
training sessions. The four units are: alcohol misuse
and drug use prevention, interpersonal responsibili-
ty, health and readiness and personal finances. The
goal of the 24-hour program is to provide Sailors
with the necessary education and training to be
viable, personally responsible, contributing mem-
bers of the Navy.
Recent studies indicate military members
between the ages of 18 and 25 are more likely to
binge drink than their civilian counterparts. And
the Navy's "responsible use" policy on alcohol has
resulted in an overall steady decline in alcohol use
by Sailors. Annually, 26,000 Sailors attend PRE-
VENT training and graduates report a decrease in
drunken driving, heavy drinking and fewer alcohol-
related problems.
For more information on PREVENT, log on to
www.preventonline.org for a complete program
description.


A primer on birth
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. Maier is a physician in the Family
Medicine Clinic.
By Lt. (Dr.) Steve Maier
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Family Medicine Department
ne would think that with all of the
reliable methods of birth control
available today, "oopsies" would be a
pretty rare event. Yet greater than one-
third of pregnancies in our country are
considered unwanted or unintended, and
this trend holds true in our military popu-
lation as well. As any parent will tell you,
nothing is more life altering than bringing
a child into .the world. So let's take a quick
look at some of our (You too men!) options,
and try to dispel a few myths.
'The Pill' refers to numerous brands and
combinations of hormones (usually an
estrogen and a progestin), which regulate a
woman's menstrual cycle to prevent ovula-
tion. All birth control pills have to be taken
daily, preferably at the same time every
day. The pill has the added proven benefit
of a reduced risk of ovarian and endometri-
al (uterine) cancer. Marketing of some pills
has been quite clever. One pill, Seasonale,
is marketed to extend a woman's menstru-
al cycle to 84 days instead of the average
28 days. Your doctor may prescribe other
versions of the pill that work in an identi-
cal fashion as Seasonale. This extension
has proven to be safe and can be highly
beneficial for the deployed setting.
'The Patch' (OrthoEvra) works identical-
ly to the pill, but delivers the medication
through the skin. A woman only has to
remember to change the patch weekly and
it can be worn discreetly. Some women,
particularly those over the age of 35 and
who are also smokers or who have high


control protection


HEALTH NOTES

blood pressure or a history of blood clots,
should not take estrogen-containing pills
or use the patch. Progestin-only pills are
available when estrogen is a concern.
'The Depo Shot' (Depo-provera or
DMPA) is slang for an injectable form of
birth control that lasts for about three
months. Like the pill, this method also
suppresses ovulation and induces cervical
changes to inhibit sperm. Certainly no one
likes a shot, but it is quick, return visits to
your doctor can usually be streamlined,
and are only required every 12-14 weeks to
continue protection. While there is often an
initial period of irregular bleeding, most
women become amenorrheic (stop having
periods) after three to four injections. This
is safe and considered advantageous by
many women. Once discontinued, there
may be a delay in return to a woman's nor-
mal fertile cycles for a period of months
with either the pill or Depo-provera.
Intrauterine devices (IUDs) developed a
bad reputation in this country due to some
earlier devices that increased the risk of
infection from sexually transmitted dis-
eases (STDs). However, for women in
monogamous relationships without a histo-
ry. of STDs, the two approved intrauterine
devices today have had a track record of
safety for years. Having a device inserted
in the uterus is concerning for some, but
the vast majority of women with an IUD
enjoy the convenience of five to 10 years
(depending on the brand) of excellent pro-
tection.
Norplant was a device inserted just
underneath the skin of the arm, however it


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COC: McClain takes helm from Algire at Sea Control Wing Atlantic


From Page 1
transition training, McClain reported
to the "Red Griffins" of VS-38 in 1993
as a department head, serving as both
tactics and maintenance officer. After
deploying with VS-38 aboard US
Constellation (CV-64), McClain
reported to the staff of Commander,
Naval Air Force U. S. Pacific Fleet as
the S-3B/ES-3A readiness officer,
later serving as the air wing pro-
grams officer, responsible for Pacific
Fleet Carrier Air Wing Readiness and
Requirements (AIRPAC). After leav-
ing AIRPAC, McClain reported to the


"Blue Wolves" of VS-35 in 1998 serv-
ing as executive officer, then com-
manding officer and completing two
cruises aboard USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN-72). While commanding officer,
the squadron won the Battle "E," the
Golden Wrench for maintenance
excellence and the Pacific Fleet
Retention Award. After his command
tour, McClain served as the North
Africa/Mid East Branch Chief for the
Director, Plans and Policy (EC J5),
U.S. European Command in
Stuttgart, Germany, from 2001
through 2004, with duties focusing on
political-military affairs and counter-


terror planning and operations.
He is married to the former Deanna
Vargas of San Francisco, Calif. They
have three children, Joshua, Jeremy
and Allison.
Algire reported to Sea Control Wing
Atlantic back in April 2003. During
his time as the commodore, Algire has
been a key figure in the regrettable
but superb management of the Viking
Community Sundown Plan. Algire
will head to Arlington, Va., for attach
training. Upon completion, Algire will
report to Hong Kong, China, to com-
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By Terri Lukach
American Forces Press Service
he Department of Defense (DoD) has
launched a new effort to educate service
members about the dangers of borrow-
ing from "loan-shark" lending companies and
to teach them how to avoid ending up in a spi-
ral of compounding debt, a DoD official said
June 17.
The most prevalent type of loan-shark lend-
ing affecting military personnel is what is
known as "payday loans," said John Molino,
deputy undersecretary of defense for military
community and family policy. "A payday loan
is essentially a plug money that gets you
from today to the next payday so you can
cover your bills."
The problem is, that money is very expen-
sive, he said in an interview.
"Typically, a payday loan of $100 will cost
the borrower $17 for two weeks. The average
payday loan is about $500, so now we're talk-
ing about a fee of $85.
"By itself, that's not a big problem," Molino
said. "However, when you consider that it is
not uncommon for that military member to
roll the loan over four or five times, that $85
will grow exponentially to the point where you
ar, paying an enormous amount of money for
the relatively meager amount of the loan.
"It got you through payday, but if you
weren't able to pay it off, now it's two more
weeks, and two more weeks, and you're paying
nearly 500 percent interest annually. That's a
lot of money to pay," he said.
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MOSQUITOES: Surveillance and


From Page 1

ment head of the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, Preventive Medicine
Department.
The Preventive Medicine Depart-
ment is comprised of eight preven-
tive medicine technicians (PMTs)
and one environmental health officer
(EHO) who all have a pest control
certification. The department has
numerous other responsibilities but
mosquito surveillance has a high pri-
ority right now. "We run our mosqui-
to surveillance here from April to
November.or until the first frost.
Every Tuesday through Friday
morning, the contractor brings in
what they've caught in the traps the
night before. If there are 20 or more
female mosquitoes in any of the
traps, then we request the area to be
sprayed," stated HMI(FMF) Paul
Kane, a PMT who runs the mosquito
program for the department.
"Once I get the samples in, I sit
down and go through them and iden-
tify all .the female mosquitoes
because they are the ones that bite.
Once that's done, I send out a report
on my findings to Public Works and
the contractor."
Identifying mosquitoes can be a bit
tedious. "There are hundreds of
species of female mosquitoes. By
identifying them, we can determine
certain characteristics such as when
they tend to bite dusk or dawn,
what diseases they carry and their
favorite hiding places," explained
Kane, who says he loves this aspect
of his job. "It's really interesting to
me. I enjoy identifying insects. When
I'm on a deployment, I'll do this for
myself and apply the required pesti-
cides. I've deployed to Africa where
we see a lot more mosquitoes with
diseases there."
"Mosquitoes breed in water and
are attracted to the C02 that
humans and animals exhale. Once
they find their victim, they bite
because they need the blood meal for
their offspring. Dusk to dawn is the
primary feeding times for mosqui-
toes," said McNair. "We try to edu-
cate people on the importance of pro-


Syintools of
West Nile virus

In a healthy person, West
Nile virus tends to be asymp-
tomatic or may present with
nonspecific symptoms in-
cluding a high fever, head-
ache and body aches much
like the flu. More severe
cases will include nausea,
vomiting, mental status
changes, swollen lymph
nodes and possibly a slightly
raised rash. A blood test
determines if a person is
infected.

tecting themselves. I know it's hot,.
but try to wear long-sleeved shirts,
use an insect repellent with DEET
and try to avoid being out after
dark."
Other preventive measures include
dumping standing water in bird-


eradication ongoing
baths, flower pots and unclog outside
drains. "Some other ideas include
getting a mosquito magnet trap,
especially if you have parties outside
and if you have a pond stock it with
fish that eat mosquito larvae such as
goldfish or Gambusia," added
McNair.
Mosquitoes can also infect your
pets, both cats and dogs, with heart-
worms so make sure you have them
on preventive medicine.
While summer is usually when
families spend a lot of time outdoors,
either in the pool, doing yard work or
having barbeques, swarms of mos-
quitoes can make things pretty mis-
erable.
Unfortunately, they are not going
to disappear any time soon. In fact,
during the months of August and
September, the population is expect-
ed to increase when mosquitoes hit
the peak of their lifecycles. So, make
sure you and your family stay pro-
tected from against these vicious
biters.
Anyone finding a dead bird on base
should contact the Preventive
Medicine Department at 542-3500,
Ext. 8822. Do not handle or touch a
dead bird.


Photo by HMI Paul Kane
HN Jamison Kerns of the Preventive Medicine Department at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, conducts mosquito larval dipping in one of the ponds at NAS
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CHAPLAIN: Retaining

life's simple lessons

From Page 7
people. One elevator was in my hometown in
North Carolina and the other was at the college I
attended out in Oklahoma.
You might be thinking, "What happened?" A
person was standing on an upper level, heard the
elevator doors open,
and then stepped into
the elevator. However,
although the doors
opened, the actual ele-
vator was not there
and the person fell to
their death.
When I hear about a
misfortunate accident
such as this, I like to
add it to my own cate- i
gory of "Life Lesson's l ,
Learned." What does .
that mean? It means t
that ever since I
heard about those two
elevator accidents, I Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd
always look to make sure the elevator is actually
there before I move towards open doors. My life
lessons learned are events or situations that I
always want to remember, so that I don't repeat
the same problem.
How can we store vital information that we
want to remember within our brains? Bob Boylan
gives an answer to this question; "When you hear
information, you retain 20 percent. When you
hear it and see it, you retain 50 percent. If you
hear it, see it, and do it, retention goes to 90 per-
cent."
There is something to be said about how well
we learn from our own life experiences. There is
something we can learn through each positive
and negative experience that we encounter.
*"Experience is a hard teacher because she
gives the test first, the lesson afterwards"
(Vernon Sanders Law).
*"Information is pretty thin stuff unless mixed
with experience" (Clarence Day).
I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I
do and I understand" (Confucius),
*"Good judgment comes from experience.
Experience comes from bad judgment" (Evan
Hardin)
What is the life lesson to be learned here? From
the elevators I have learned to never assume that
what appears to be really is. That answer has
some depth of insight, as it is easy to apply to
many of life's problems. Never assume that just
because a person looks a. certain way that they
are actually the way that you interpret. Often we
see the effect without trying to find and under-
stand the cause.
The key from any life lessons learned is to take
a mental note of your own mistakes or the mis-
takes of others. Learn so that you don't repeat
the mistake. Grow so that you can establish an
alternative plan of action if the same situation
appears in your life. "Nothing can stop the man
with the right mental attitude from achieving his
goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the
wrong mental attitude" (W. W. Ziege).
Life is about growing through experiences with
the right mental attitude so that we learn not to
repeat the same mistake over and over again. To
gain insight from a "Life Lessons Learned" then
you have also obtained wisdom. Never grow tired
of learning "Life Lessons" that will enrich your
character, strengthen your conduct, and provide a
timely response to diverse situations. "If I am
through learning, I am through" (John Wooden).
The Bible speaks of wisdom as follows:
Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get
wisdom; and with all thy getting, get understand-
ing (Proverbs 4:).
Wisdom is better than rubies (Proverbs,
8:11).
A wise man is strong; yea, a man of knowl-
edge increases strength. (Proverbs 24: 5).
Grow into a productive, positive, and wise per-
son by using the "Life Lesson's Learned"
approach to gaining wisdom from mistakes and
failures. May the Lord bless you with wisdom to
learn, wisdom to make healthy decisions, wisdom
to gain insight for living by applying "Life
Lesson's Learned" to your own repertoire of expe-
riences.
Always Remember the words of H. Jackson
Brown Jr. "Never deprive someone of hope; it
might be all they have"


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Last Buck BBQ
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Free burgers and hot dogs.

Jax Beach Day Trip
July 2, van leaves at 9 a.m.

Scuba Certification Trip
July 22-24
$150/person
Includes transportation, lodging,
rental and certification card.


For information on booking com-
mand or private functions at the
O'Club or T-Bar, please call the
Officers' Club main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.


Tomorrow, 7 p.m.- The Pacifier (PG)
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For more details, e-mail phillip.s.
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PREVENTION: Some medical facts to help birth control


From Page 10

Jhas not been manufactured
Ior several years now as it
$vas found to be occasional-
y difficult to remove the
Oix matchstick-sized rods,
!Ohen desired. Two newer
Kmplantable devices are
already y used in numerous
other countries and are
expected to be approved by
the Food and Drug Admini-
Stration (FDA) in the near
future. One is comprised of
two rods and the other only
one. They are expected to
provide protection for up to
three years.
A vasectomy is a perma-
nent procedure whereby the
,*perm tube or vas deferens
is surgically interrupted. It
can be done in an outpa-
tient setting, and allows the
male partner to partake in


long-term birth control
measures. It is considered
less invasive and has a
lower complication rate
than the female partner
having her "tubes tied" (also
known as a tubal ligation).
Contrary to folklore, this
procedure does not increase
a man's risk of testicular or
prostate cancer. The deci-
sion for either a man or
woman to be sterilized is
considerable. Both steriliza-
tion procedures should be
considered permanent
methods, as reversal is
much more complicated and
not always successful.
Abstinence is the only
guarantee to avoid that
"oopsie." That being said,
the contraceptive methods
described above work
almost as well. When used


correctly they are better
than 99 percent effective.
Even more options, such as
timing- "the Rhythm" or
"Natural Family Planning"
methods, and numerous
barrier device choices exist.
While effective to a degree,
compared to the choices
above, used alone these
methods do not have the
same success rate.
I should mention the
media, including this arti-
cle, is often guilty of using
the term "protection" loose-
ly. None of these methods
protect against sexually
transmitted diseases!
Condoms, monogamous
relationships, and other
safe sex practices reduce
this risk, and abstinence is
the only method 100 per-
cent guaranteed to prevent


STDs. Make sure and talk
with your doctor if you have
any concerns about STDs.
Remember, this article
was only intended to intro-
duce the wide variety of
contraception available.
There are obviously pros
and cons to each method,
and numerous important
medical considerations. The
bottom line is: anyone who
is sexually active (or even
thinking about it!) needs to
discuss their specific situa-
tion and health history
with his or her doctor. The
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Jax Ar ONWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 30, 2005 15


SHARK: Military members warned

to avoid unscrupulous lenders


From Page 13

Considering that about
nine percent of all enlist-
ed personnel and 12 per-
cent of all mid-level non-
commissioned officers use
payday loans, the poten-
tial for detrimental
impact on mission accom-
plishment is very real,
Molino said.
"If you're in debt, you
have other things in
mind. You're doing things
other than concentrating
on the mission; maybe
you're taking on other
employment. The effects
are long-lasting and go
deep into a person's per-
formance; it affects unit
readiness," Molino said.
Part of the problem is
the proximity of payday
lenders to military instal-
lations.
"If you look at where
they position their busi-
nesses, they are right out-
side the gate," Molino
said. A recent study of
15,000 payday lenders in
more than 13,000 zip
codes in 20 states that
host military installations
revealed that payday
lenders open their store-
fronts around military
installations.
Molino said the depart-
ment is taking steps, such
as hosting fairs at mili-
tary installations, to edu-
cate military members
about the dangers of pay-
day loans and familiarize
them with ways to put
themselves and their fam-


ilies on a sound financial
footing.
"We can make [service
members] smarter," he
said. "We can make them
better consumers; we can
teach them how to save
for a rainy day, so when
they need to borrow, they
can and pay themselves
back, at no interest. We
are also doing something
about payday lenders."
Molino said his office is
watching them closely,
looking at behaviors and
patterns that are incon-
sistent with state law and
encouraging states to
pass laws that are not
only friendly to service
members, but also require
honesty and discipline on
the part of payday
lenders.
Molino cited Georgia,
Florida and Oklahoma as
examples of states that
have taken positive action
against payday lenders.
Last year, Georgia passed
legislation that eliminat-
ed payday lending from
the state, he said, while
Florida and Oklahoma
now require a 24-hour
waiting period between
payday loans, thus elimi-
nating rollovers and mul-
tiple loans.
"We believe we need to
work hard to limit the
impact of payday lenders,
but the real answer is to
help our service members
and their families get con-
trol of their own finances
to be in charge of their
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Jeanette "The BlackWidow" Lee visits NAS Jax


By Shannon Leonard
MWR Marketing Director
he No. 1 ranked pool player in
the world, Jeanette "The Black
Widow" Lee, and her husband,
George Breedlove, once ranked sixth
in the world, put on a pool exhibition
June 14 at the NAS Jacksonville
Morale, Recreation and Welfare
(MWR), The Zone.
Lee is the winner of 17 national
titles, a trick shot world champion
and the 2001 world games gold
medalist. She is defending her title
this year in Germany. Breedlove


started playing pool at the age of 4
and became a Boys and Girls Club
state champion at the early age of 9.
He started as a pool hustler and
turned pro in his 20s. He has been
ranked as high as sixth in the world.
The pool exhibition began with Lee
and Breedlove performing their latest
trick shots. Sailors, retirees and fami-
ly members in attendance were
amazed with their agility. Lee then
played AT2 Benjamin Coscia in a race
to three challenge. Coscia won the
Liberty nine-ball tournament, which
was held on June 14 at the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center. The grand


prize was a chance to play Lee during
the pool exhibition at The Zone.
Prior to the shoot-out, Coscia said,
"I'm nervous; I've played in lots of
pool but never felt this nervous. I'm
excited to meet her in person." Lee
did beat Coscia in the race to three
challenge, but he put up a good fight.
Lee then played various Sailors in
games of pool and wrapped up the
night by signing autographs.
For more information on upcoming
MWR Liberty events, call 542-1335.


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Photos by Shannon Leonard
AT2 Benjamin Coscia listens as Jeanette Lee assists him with his next shot.


Wannabe pool sharks watch in awe as George
Breedlove, a professional pool player ranked
sixth in the world, performs a trick shot.
Breedlove is the husband of Jeanette "The
Black Widow" Lee.


Jeanette "The Black Widow" Lee signs an autograph for a
Sailor.


Professional Pool Player Jeanette Lee, "The Black Widow,"
performs a trick shot in front of a large military crowd June
16 at the Zone.


New tool available to manage stress online


By Hugh Cox
Navy Environmental Health Center Public Affairs
Navy Environmental Health Center
(NEHC) Portsmouth launched a
Web-based tool in June known as
the Navy Systematic Stress Management
Program, to assist active-duty Sailors and
Marines and their families in managing
stress.
This program is the latest innovation in
NEHC's health promotion community
health awareness campaign, offering strate-
gies for prevention, management and early
intervention for stress.
"We all face stress every day, and can ben-
efit from and improve our stress control
strategies and stress-busting skills," said
Dr. Mark Long, NEHC's program specialist
for Stress Management. "Stress is part of
daily living, and the better we can cope with
distress, then the better we can deal with
life, work, relationships and other stres-


sors."
The intent of the program is to enable any
user access to a stress management tool
regardless of location.
"It doesn't matter if you're at sea,
deployed to Iraq, on duty or at home; the
Web-based program is available 24/7," Long
said. "Think of using the program as a way
to build your stress muscles, to improve
your resiliency or even as a stress tune-up."
Equally important is the fact that the
Navy Systematic Stress Management
Program supports healthcare providers,
supervisors, or anyone else involved in
stress management intervention, as well as
individuals using the program as a "self-
help" tool. In short, anyone (including fami-
ly members or retirees) looking for stress
management assistance can use this tool if
they have access to a personal computer.
For more information, go to www-
nehc.med.navy.mil/hp/stress/index.htm.


Upcoming perinatal class schedule


Naval Hospital Jacksonville offers
classes for expectant/new parents
to help them get their little Sailors
off to a Ship Shape start. Below is the
schedule for classes through August.
Classes are by appointment only. Call 542-
BABY (2229) to schedule.
New OB Quest/Class
First Time Parents:
July 1, 8, 11, 18, 25 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26 8:30-11:30 a.m.


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June 27 1:15-3 p.m.
July 11, 18, 25 1:15-3 p.m.
Aug. 8, 15, 22, 29 1:15-3 p.m.
Baby Boot Camp
July 18 and Aug. 22 8 a.m.-noon
Third Trimester Class
July 11 and Aug. 8 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Prepared Childbirth Class
July 9, Aug. 13 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
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All FFSC workshops and
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Pre-registration is requir-
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SThe following workshops
are available in July and
August:
July 7, 8-11:30 a.m. -
Smooth Move Workshop
, July 11-14, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assistance
Program (separating)
July 19, 1-4 p.m. Stress
Management Workshop
July 25-28, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assistance
Program (retiring)
July 26, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
Aug 2, 1-2:30 p.m. -
Nurturing Parenting Skills
(10-week program)
Aug. 8, 1-3 p.m. Home
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Aug. 9, 9 a.m. noon -


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Aug. 9-12, 7:30 a.m. 4
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SPORTS & Si


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.
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.
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 regional 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.


Men 19:00


Men 34:00

Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.

Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.


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


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NC


Intramural Golf Freedom
League Standings
As of June 23
am Wins Losses
;TS 1 0


FACSFAC
FASO
HS-11
CNATTU
HS-15
VS-30
Navy Band
AIMD 610


REDCOM SE
VS-32 Gold


Intramural Golf Liberty
League Standings


Team
VP-30
AIMD Gold
Blount Island
VP-16
VR-58
AIMD Red
AIMD Blue
VP-62
VP-5
VS-32 Blue


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1 H
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As of June 23
Wins
1
1
1
1
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0
0
0
0


Losses
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1


Sand Volleyball Standings
As of June 24
eam Wins Losses
V-TSC 4 0
AR 3 1
P-30 2 1
S-15 Sand Fleas 2 1
NATTU (2) 2 2
NATTU (1) 1 2
S-15 Helo Squad 0 3
ERCC 0 4


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COMMUNITY .ni : 1


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 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,


call 778-0805 or email com-
modore@njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429. .
The Cummer Museum of Art
& ,Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park I
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mail. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at


317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclub.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AOC Richard Holmes at 542-
3337 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to


www.pwpnflorida.com.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genealo-
gical Society meeting will be
held July 16 at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd
Street at 1:30, p.m. For more
information, contact Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
A Youth Fishing Derby will
be held Aug. 20 at Oceanway
Park from 9 a.m. to noon. A
Youth Fishing Tournament will
be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
information, call 573-4918.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.
Sept. 15-18. Call Jules Nagy at
1-888-333-2831 or 1-888-333-
2838 or email him at non-
ipopop@cs.com.


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JOIN THE NAVY: See the world
From Page 2

allowance, possible max AIP of $450 (will use this num-
ber for example only), that alone banks you around $20K
per year extra on top of your other pays which equates to
approximately $60K extra over a three- year tour, not a
bad way to get yourself ahead financially and profession-
ally.
Other items that are significant and should be consid-
ered are:
Priority Seating on MAC flights for environmental
morale leave.
Paid travel for member & dependents on emergency
leave..
Spousal tax-free employment income up to 80K.
No out-of-pocket expenses for orthodontic care
DODEA schools (In Yokosuka approx. 20 to 1, stu-
dent to teacher ratio)
MWR offers many travel opportunities.
Short waiting list for housing.
The Navy understands your financial concerns when it
comes to this kind of duty and is ready to pay for the
right people to do these tougher jobs. And remember the
example above does not take into account base pay and
other pays such as sea pay, sub pay etc...
Professionally, Sailors in Japan are finding themselves
in a fast-paced, high op-tempo environment that con-
stantly offers them a fresh supply of challenges and
opportunities. Some of the challenges in Japan include:
17 ships
43 shore facilities forward deployed in Japan
Three fleet activities at Yokosuka, Okinawa and
Sasebo
Two naval air facilities at Atsugi and Misawa.
Approximately 19,829 active duty Sailors and 18,842
family members.
Speaking as someone who has sat a few selection
boards, I can tell you flat out that Sailors who seek out
the hard jobs, the jobs no one else will take, get noticed
and could have an advancement advantage over others.
For more information about duty in Japan, log onto
www.npc.navy.mil/enlisted.
Now let's take a look at Guam.
Our Navy and Marine Corps forces in the Marinas are
a highly critical and significant presence. The islands
serve as a springboard for forward-deployed forces and
provide some of the best operational support and train-
ing environments in the Western Pacific.. Guam's oppor-
tunities and challenges include:
Duty in one of more than 40 different commands
including, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Marinas,
Submarine Squadronl5; U.S. Naval Hospital Guam;
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station
Guam; Space and Naval Warfare Systems.
Duty at a strategic support hub, providing the
"beans, bullets, and black oil," and the training opportu-
nities, that place transiting units where they need to be
and ready for action.
Navy presence on Guam 3,903
Forward deployed ships in Guam include the USS
Frank Cable (one of two submarine tenders in the
Navy), USS San Francisco, USS Houston and USS City
of Corpus Christi.
The word is also slowly spreading that Guam is a
great home and a great liberty port for our Sailors.
Guam is one of the few military overseas bases where
service members can find all the amenities of home.
Along with space A travel throughout the Pacific Rim
as well as DoDEA schools that provide a top-notch edu-
cation, Guam offers just about everything to ensure an
enjoyable and rewarding overseas family tour.
And then there is Korea. Commander, U.S. Naval
Forces Korea presents a challenging tour providing lead-
ership and expertise in naval matters to area military
commanders, and functions as a liaison to the Republic
of Korea navy, U.S. Combined Forces Command and
Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet.
While there are no ships homeported in Korea, there
are approximately 300 Navy billets. Sailors serving here
find spacious housing and great MWR services.
Finally there is Singapore. Even though there is not a
Navy base in Singapore, there is still a Navy presence.
There are approximately 90 Sailors, alongside 50 person-
nel from the other services, who serve here.
Being stationed in any of these exciting billets will
also give you the opportunity to travel to parts of Asia
not seen by most Sailors on port visits.
While the old axiom, "Join the Navy, see the world!"
may be a bit cliche, travel is one of the main reasons peo-
ple join. For more information, contact your career coun-
selor and detailer.


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380 Investment Property
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ST. MARY'S 3/2,2121SF,
$239,900. 912-673-7773
www.dmah.net/home

298 Open House
Ponte Vedra
3400 4/3.5 $739,000.
Call 285- 5319 MLS#245822
Open Sat.-Sun. 1.-4pm

300 Avondale/
300 Ortega
MINUTES FROM NAS JAX
Split 4br plan + office,
2500sf, fpic, formal dining
rm, Fla room, cul de sac.
Must see. $289900
Shoreline Realty
Services, Inc. 904- 635-5685

302 Riverside
A FORECLOSURE
4BR, Only $40,000!
800- 749- 8124 x5545

305 Southside
4211 McArthur St. 3/1
New Roof, $46,000. Call
568- 7264
A FORECLOSURE 3BR, Buy
Only $28,0001 For listings
800-749-8124 xF201


305 Southside
ATTENTION
List your home for $99.
Mark Stingone
Premier Coast Realty
904-463-4477
DEERCREEK 4/4.5 -Study,
bonus rm, granite kit,
tile, ext 3 car gar
w/wrkshp, preserve,
$750k 538-9909
HOME IN BARTRAM
SPRINGS 1890SF, 4/2
home on conservation
preserve lot, must sell!
274,900. obo. 262-9924
LAKEFRONT 3/2, 2car FL
Srm. new hdwd firs/tile.
dock, $169,900. 509-4413
TURN CREDIT WOE INTO
CASH FLOW. Maximum
Success Inc., Real
Estate Services. 891-8589

306 Intracoastal
A FORECLOSURE 2br
home, $25K, For listings
800-749-8124 x5671
ALL BRICK 2225SF, scrnd
pool, 4/2, LR, DR. fam
rm, Fpl, eat in kit. 2 car
gar. $249K Call 641-2870
ATTENTION
List your home for $99.
Mark Stingone
Premier Coast Realty
904-463-4477
BUY A JAX HOME 3/21
Only $20k! For Listings
800-749-8124 x5347
GATELY OAKS 4br/2ba,
2350SF, 2 Fpl, scrn prch
$299KCall 904-221-1634
NEW CONSTRUCTION
5BR/3BA, $305K. Ker-
nan Forest. 705-5797
VILLAGES OF PABLO 4/2,
lots of upgrades, 2659SF,
$289,900. Call 821-9510
WILL BUILD TO SUIT
homes avail +/- $300K
Call 904-626-4628

307 San Marco
HISTORIC 2 story brick
hm. 3br/2ba, Fla rm. 2
car gar 2 car carport,
remod kit & baths, oak
refinished hwd firs.
$354,900. Call 704-7898
SAN MARCO KLUTHO
2/1;hdwd flrs;fplc;cstm
kit;restored;prch;deck;
Ig yd;quiet str;
by appt 904-398-0450

310 Mandarin
ATTENTION
List your home for $99.
Mark Stingone
Premier Coast Realty
904-463-4477-
CUL-DE-SAC BEAUTY!
2200sf, 3/2 w/klds,
Retreat, LR/DR/FR,
large yard, built '02,
$284,900 (904)866-3596
FORECLOSURE! 3/2
Only $43,9001 Listings
800- 749-8124 x 1903
FRUIT COVE Foreclosure!
Must Sell! Only $45,400
Listings 800-749-8124 x5345
4334 Lake Woodbourne
Dr. S. 2BR/2BA 1260SF
$154,900 904-226-7280
2857 BEAUCLERC RD. 4/2
split, upgrdes 2172SF,
$279,00 appt. 465-3353

315 Arlington
A 3/2, FT. CAROLINE
Only $63,000!
Ustiigs 800- 749- 8124 x5569
COBBLESTONE PARK-
WAY -2/2.5, TH, new
cpt, frig, w/d, $121k.
645-9850 or 563-3206

320 Westside
Confederate Pt. 5/2.5, Ig
den pool 2600sf, $239.9K
771 6359 or 477-1547
FOR SALE 3/2, scr. prch
dbl car gar. ,fncd bkyd,
off Rampart N. of Collins.
$157,900. Only inter-
ested need to call at
908-9868 after 6PM.
NEW 3/2 1352 sf. hardy
bd lap siding. Fast Sale
$139k obo. 282-9368
OWNER WILL FINANCE I
2 & 3 br homes $750-$975
w/reas dn 230-8577

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NEW HOMES
3BR/2BA 1649 SF.
From the $150's.
Ask about Special
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786-9135
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278-6005
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Very nice & spacious br ck
tome in Ortega Bluff.
Close to NAS/JAXOrange
Park mall & 1-295. This
2,760sf home features
5 bedrooms, 3&1/2 baths.
Call Jason Carlos with
RE/MAX ATLANTIC
for& our viewing today.
ice (904) 652-001
Cell (904) 294-7653
Very nice 3br/lba block
home, hardwood floors,
new ch&a, 10 minutes
from NAS Jax. $106,000
Call 904-545.8651

322 Argyle
CLOSE TO JAX NAS -
Charming 1488 sf 3/2
located on quet
cul-de-sac in Argyle.
Just min. from 1-295,
shopping, restaurants
& entertainment.
LR/DR, FR w/stone FP

dbl. gar & sprinkler
vacy on scrn. in back
porch that o'look
or enjoy visiting on


322 Argyle

4BED/2BATH on Cul
-de-sac in Oakleaf.
First Month Free
w/deposit $1,400/mo
Call tom: (904) 338-4837
Watson Realty Corp.

325 cNorth
325 Jacksonville
A 3BR FORECLOSURE!
Must sell. Only $28k!
Listings 800-749-8124 xF589
A 4/2 FORECLOSURE Only
$46,500! For listings call
800 749- 8124 X1002
Bunker Hill Blvd 1118.
CH&A 3/1 Doll House,
fncd, $75k. 434-1686
N'SIDE $78,900 2BR/
1BA, new CH&A & Plbg
Lg Fen'd Lot, Hwd Firs,
Must See! Ph 910.5055
or 213-7862
OPEN HOUSE 6/25 -6/26,
3/2.5, 2154sf, North
Creek Subdiv. 626 Lady
Lake Rd. 757-3358
PLAY AT HOME WORK AT
HOME: 3/2 brick home
on 1.5 acres w/pond,
700SF wk shop/ware-
house, solar heated in
ground pool. Fantastic
landscaping, under
$300K obo. 904 765-6073
or cell 904-262-2728
REMOD HOME FOR SALE
$300 down seller fin.
Eathen FL Home Owner
Rity 881-9455
RENT TO OWN
Remodeled 4/2 Central
A/C Lg fenced yd.
$975/mo 3436
Soutel Dr 877-477 1034

330 Beaches
AMELIA ISL. OF Lowest
priced. Will Co-op.
Hold some paper.
Pictures avail. $950k.
904-207-8630/221-7718
A NEW PHASE HAS STARTED
JARDIN DE MER
BEACH BLVD. & 15TH ST.
let us help with financing
might be your last chance to
own at the Beach -
Brand new 3bdrm condos
New appis, fplc, end gar &more
Open Mon-Sat 11-9, Sun 12-5
904- 241- 2270
ATTENTION
List your home for $99.
Mark Stingone
Premier Coast Realty
904-463-4477
JAX BCH FSBO- 3/2, 2 car
gar, lrg yd, $359K.
72 Oakwood 904-249-9607
OCEANFRONT JAX BCH
3/3, furn'd, The Acqullus
1.1million. 904-509-6030
PONTE VEDRA: Compl.
remod. lbr unit avail, in
the heart of Ponte Vedra.
Too many amenities to
list. FSBO $159,000.00
Call Hugh 904-753-1415
PONTE VEDRA BCH HOME
$143k! For Listings
800-749- 8124 x5573


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PONTE VEDRA BOULEVARD
#348. Unique. Across
ocean & on golf course.
Beach access. 3/3
beach style home w/
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(904)476-2270
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$249,900 904-382-9896
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SAWGRASS FSBO-3/2,
mint $445k. 285-5688


335 Orange Park/
335> Clay
& Argyle 3BR 2.5 BA
huge yard 2-story
Many upgrades on
cul-de-sac sepa-
rate shed $139.00
800.630-2715 ext 2024
BEAUTIFUL LIKE NEW 3/2
SFH w/2cargar, $187k.
Bit '04. OPEN HOUSE
Sat July 2nd '05. 11a-2p
Call 904-751-0141
WON'T LAST!!!
FLEMING ISLAND
Margaret's Walk 5/3
2,633sf, Irg lot, lots of
extras, gated $360,000
Appt only 904-545-6867


335 Orange Park/
33 Clay

GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Foreclosure 3bed, $31,000!
Listings 800-749-8124 x5867


a, ORANGE PARK -3/2
/ custom built home,
2100 sq. ft. Built for
tall people (raised
counters), on one acre
of land. As is. Pay off
mortgage $71K. Only
interested need call to
drive by and see or for
more details call
1-866-291-1701 before
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$299.500. Open House Direct Line (904) 278,
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904-291-8311 If you're buying,

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OAKLEAF/Stonebrier tson Realty Corp
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4/2.5, Beams, dual
HVAC, 3 car garage,
2.97 AC. $429K.
904-269-6000
Iw Lakes FSBO- 2200sf,


340 St. Johns
'I', County
JCP 1130 Linwood Loop,
3/2, Scrn pool home,
1835 sf, $264,500
904-233-7457
ST. JOHNS GOLF & CC,
New 4/3 $324,900. Keller
Williams RE 962-1200
SWITZERLAND
1867 Swiss Oaks St. 4/2
Brick 2200sf on .75 acre
$349,000. 904-704-3052

342 st. Augustine
ST. AUGUSTINE HOME!
3/2 Only $119,900! For
listings 800-749-8124 xF437

350 Waterfront


355 Condominiums
A GREAT BEACH BUY
JARDIN DE MER
SEE AD UNDER BEACHES
OR CALL 241-2270
BEACHES The Moorings.
14750 Beach Blvd. #78,
dock for 40-6Oft boat
incid. $335,000 223-7711
Intracoastal Waterway view
Edgewater at Sunbeam
Canterbury Condo 3/2,
$225K OBO 904o472-1057
FSBO 3/2,14312 1 St. N.
EXTRA NICE w/ocean
views. $509k. 477-4640
HODGES/ JTB -2/2 Gr.
Reserve, golf view,
upgr $168.9k 382-7933
4, ILVILLAGO CONDO
2/2.5 scenic lake
kl.iview 2 story,
1876sf, southside
complex near new St.
Johns Towncenter,
ready mid July.
$199,900. Call 716-8393


355 Condominiums
OCEANFRONT JAX BCH
3/3, furn'd. The Acquillus
1.1million. 904-509-6030
Ponte Vedra 2/2.5 TH
FSBO. scrn porch, tile,
crpt$179K 904-491-1140
PONTE VEDRA -Immac
3/2.5, 1800sf TH, 695
ALAN. $297,500 334-48i16

ST. AUG. Condo, 2/2,
New tile, crpt. W/D, 2nd
fir, scrn prch, $168K by
owner, (904) 612-9104

360 Out of Area/
360 Town/State
GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
3.77 acre homesite with
full privacy and pretty
sunset views. $79K.
Gated community. Call
owner 800-563-8590 for
photo or visit


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360 Out of Area/ 365Manufactured Investment 410 Condominiums 420 U ouseseouse 420 s 420 ouses Manufactured Comercial/
Town/State 365 Homes 380 Properties furnish d420 420 Unfurnished us 425 m 500 Industrial
NEWf3uHme/80ed UnfueriesnishedEA I__omes_ For Sale
/ ./WM ~o4 i AE NV O IORTEGA RIVERFRONT Argyle Jax. Bch 3/22 car Southside Fleetwood 1996
1E ac2 Ft 2DWMhi Gaine AT.3/T1O N STOR Venetian, 2/2+loft. Marsh Glen Subdivision lgar. seabreeze 3910OGrand Central Place / 16XSO2and2fire- BRUNSWICK, GA23ac.,
yule. FL 3 River Estates. Call Sandy @695-2255 obo ARV $85k 504-5832 eit 9150 Camshire Drive woods area. large 3/2 1441 SF $1025 place covered deck Zoned
villeFL 3 River Estates. 941468 Call Sandy @ 6952255 593$1000m. 904-226-1700 3/2 1600SF $1075 e x e c h o m e FEDERATED MGT GROUP rear dishwasher 17 N. 1/4m from FLETC,
$94,500ea 9414685937 ORANGE PK N DW Lot 22 Real Estate Ortega riverfront condo Screened Porch shaded lot,w/d $1350 (904) 730-8060 stove frig all stay 15,000 22k sf Metal Bldg, 2ac.
2/. w/dl gated &FAvailableK ar Jul!! m W o annual callI673 7450 w -ater treatment pond.
RIVERFOREST-Golf & 3/2 reduced. $8000. FORmSALE xFor et a2 tw d at p FEDERAvEDlMe E ROUP 904m46030975 Soau d SNORTHSIDE-2/1, fur- Call 912-264-3a1
Equestrian Comm. In 321.231.0106; 716-1809 Apt Complexes nt amenities, boat FE DG RO 9044400975 SouthsdeC
gated G... 0... e & .10 Units.- Regency Sq. $1100mo. 904 .536 .5659 4) 73 8060 JAX BCH 2 newer rg 7801Pt. Meadows Dr#3307 NORTHSIDE -2/1, fur-
wooded view tracks. Area $45 000 400 Apartments PONTE VEDRA BCH 1/1 ARGYLE NEW 3/2, Immaculate homes 3/2 Pool2inded0 lase!!! 90s764d4aftp Commercial/dS
45mn. S. of Atlanta CallSand14Units Arlin. $610,000 Furnished $800mo/ Priv access to Sunrm, fncd. No pets & 3/2.5, WD, yd serve. FEDERATED MGMT GROUP01 505 I srial
Airport. Imi off Hwy 75, colliers Dickinson 405Apartments beach. 6080718 $950m. 904-742-6701 $1500 + dep 249-2428 (904) 730-A060 NWTEDJAX-CLEAN2BR AC 505 Industrial
Exit 193 on Johnston- SAPERSON 358-1206 Ext. 155 410Condomi or 285-6283 No pets, Priv Lot, Unurn. For Rent
ill Rd.Fornfo call Need outgoing sales 41 domums Pga Vedra Beach 2/2 plantation Village JUL CRK PLANT 3/2.5TH, SS/Lakewood 2/1- 3644 wk CALL 7640DAYCARE BLDG FOR40
800-451-6325 or visit person to sell Homes. Communities w/di pool, no smoking, 466 Sherwood Oaks Lcar, 1463sf, lyr, all appi, Morton St. ch/a,No pets OP/MBURG 3/2 DW kit. LEASE Lic'd for 20. $1300
www.rverforest.info. GetPaidBestComm. FORSALEommuFnitished $129.3343/2 1449SF $1025 $1025m. 151 Southern $850m. Credit, 737-6020 equip. Irg yd. laundry mn Sc676
SMOKY MOUNTAINS, Start Today! SS. off ATLANTIC BLVD. H u nshed FEDEOUP 282-7913
5ac wooded, pwr. EZ Call955-9413 Ask for Joe (2) Older Residence; 420 Houses Unfurnished FE DMOlaezayNew22, (904) 730-8060 Jul. Plan.0 432 S'S 3/2, Lg fncd yd,82
access $36k. 423. 487 5651 SAVE THOUSANDS! Ea Commercial Zoned 425Homes anu acturedw/amen.. ap ARL: 3/1.5, FL RM, Great schl's, must see. $995+dp. 7051 DiamondRGEN ARE -
TENNESSEE MTNS 4/1.5, Land Home Package! Lots $99,000 Ea. OBO 427 Mobile Home Lots WD HU. CH/A, on deep $1275m. 904-742-6686 Head. 27-9165/7280361 New Ofc/Wrhse, 1500SF-3-6242
3.5AC+/-very secluded. 3/2 Double Wide on 2 Colliers Dickinson 0 Roommates PVB -1 / 1, pr iv bch water $950m. newly CALL 695-2255 Call 813-6242
$67.500. 423-733-4514 acres in Jacksonville. 358-1206 Ext. 129 4Roomtea c c ess w / d, all remod. 904-993-8148 Mandarin S'SIDE/BCH 3/2+Bonus,
365Homes SKYLINE '92. 28x60. 3/2, Jacksonville's #1 Investor's Resorts PVB OCEANLINKS 2/2, fpl 4br/2ba, fplc. fnc yd FEDERATED MGMTGROUP centrally located. $700.$850. 904.376-5190 For Sale
5 S 9 / sonilef H Ines /an- scrprch. W/D. gated, 1950SF. $1200 + dep Mil (904)730-8060 $1100m+$550dp+Appl i_______ 306$0+5
_____ den, stove/frie, fplc Resource for Hard Money! 445Storage/Mini- ien. HMANDARIN 2/2.5 + den, fee. 904-725-449 OUTHSIDE
A D 1 dishwshr. c airpvt lot. 100% financing with Lockers 904.2735732/349-3947 Ar/ University Park, TH, 1450SF, remod 427 Mobile Home OFFICECONDOS
3/2 DW -1+ ac CH&A, $13,500. 730.8606 highest LTV's! No junk 450 Management/Rental p nv P 4F e Wo Lot Rentals A Profesonal
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$96K. 289-9206/759-8835 2100SQFT.NEW5/3 upfront! Call John Wanted to Rent behindSawgrassBeach all applincluded, 2car wood/ tp 7310720 W DE o quitmdp. Park is located Off
On 1 Acre. Buy for only. Friedel today for more Club w/d $900. 280-0895 gar:$1050mo. 338-4787 sm pet OK. No smkr, Nopets. 731-0720 W'SIDE Empt lot in quiet Southside Blvd. at the
CLAYTON 98. No credit./ $500 down. $750mo. info. 904.737.0144 $825 +dep 904-262-7021 senior park. $174roD. Avenues Mall. Offices
2/2 scr porch, carport, Call 477-45 or Email at Atlantic Capital Assoc Rverfront/Lakewood 3/2 ARL FT. CAROULINE4/22, 772-285-7216 S'SIDE New 2/2.5 Twnhs Call Dawn 904-573-3644 for sale or lease from
FR f on lake. $3500 johnsales@bellsouth.net Inc. www.acafla.com all Apartment amen, gated comm near Club he 1150m. 00s gar o s, off 210 1060 SF to 6640SF.
m 0A Apartments grt view. $2000mo. 349-4144 904,657-6186/284-7644. MANDARIN -3/2, 1900sf, $975mo. 904.540-7092 Prices begin at
a$t30mo. Sm pets okes $159,000. Call Justin
DESTINY 98 No credit Unfurnished ARLINGWOOD-3/2, hue 230-8577 430 Roommates ark at 904-886-7364.

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eq, 394m0. o7308606r Mandarin on Canal Spacious 2&3bdats ANMARCO N'hood, pets ok/de. MIfenced yard fplc quietst. $1350. 2872629 Mand-Prof. 2 share nice
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or -3100 Gorgeous tract AN ITandarin Brand new2/$400m 2318 Townsquare 1065 Lana From $97 d 3 and 4 Bedroom 10% off for wk3/1$950 904346026 Businy room
adjourning Apts/comm'l/residential $300dep. 744-1570 ARGYLE 3/2 KIFor rent 3/2 two T. Models to Choose From KINGS INN 72W-3343

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in.ane lo mas1500 404.362.824421636 $99 SEC. PEP. SPECIAL! Argyle schools $1050.00 Marth FEDERATED newly reimod, $375/mo. Opportunities.
771-9055. St0RegisPaperCompa0y,8LLC 904-813-5253 Noapplicatio Argyle Corner 912-673-7471-Northside MANAGEMENT GROUP 612.2468 or 387-6526 5 Distributorships/
3/2 1155SF $795 Green Cove Springs Sheffield Oaks (904) 730-8060 N'side/E'side Franchises
EGENCY/DAMES POINT Fenced Yard!! 3083 Seth Drive Subdivision $75- $110/wk, Free wk S60Financial Services
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP 4/2$950 3440 Brahma Bull Circle N aai.Tn1 6-5736w 565 Moneyvoen
$a25m. W/D & util., icl (904) 730-8060 FEDERATED MGMT GROUP 4/2 1745SF $1075 or BorLw
ATTENTIO N M ILITA RCall 696-919re (904)730-8060 FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Westside or Borrow
(904)730-8060 SPRING TREE VILLAGE WS- priv ent, prof M/F, 570Mortgages Bought
RegencyEARea Colins Ridge Subdivision Green Cove Springs New Construction Home! inclds elec, $200 dep. ad Sold
Regency Area 8411 Andes Drive North BRAND NEW HOMES!! NORTHSIDE -TH. 4435 1278SF-1385SF $125/wk. 904-695-9403
JULY BLAST 3/2 $965 Silver Creek Moncrief Rd. 3/1, $625 Starting at $895
1 Month Free Fenced Yard/Avail July 15 Three bedroom Models $300 dep. 704-1914 FREE RENT w/12mo lease!!
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W.A.C FEDERATED MGMT GROUP to choose from $975 & up N'SlDE2/1,$650m+$500d (904) 730-8060 Bui
Tired of wasting money on rent? 888-836-3613 (904) 730-8060 FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Newly remodeled.4Resorts0 opportunities
tilebthrouhouti$450. LaeviewS&Watermill Green Cove Springs N'SIDERTO2/1.ch/a, WALKERS HAMLET CONV. STORE Westside
904-229-54&0. 8252 Stalling Drive Asbury Downs newly renov, $550m. New Construction Home!! OCEAN FRONT CONDO, Food Store, very prof-
Let me help0you be a home owner 3/2 $895 3332 Citation Drive 904-535-7461 9521 Watershed Drive St. Augustine $695wk. table $$.904-465-5348
R'SIDE- Huge lbr, ch/a, 1 month free 3/2 1676SF $1025 3/2 1278sf $895 352.37- 9644 www.
with little or no closing costc rt, nice area FEDERATED MGMT GROUP FEDERATED MGMT GROUP O.P. Inside Eagle Harbor 1 month free oldcity.com/oceanfront ITS YOUR
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ACCEPTANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY L.L.C SAN JOSE Villa.es of San ,aevlew CcWatermillI 3/2 nice corner lot Avail 8/1 Call 993-6706
community, no pets. Available Late June! ICW brand new, 4/2, lacr,2600sf,$1995mo, Suppo flCall (904631-6917
Falcon Property FEDERATED MGMT GROUP ready now, $1495mo. 264-1425. Realtor
ASK FOR MARK3-p y78C 73OP/OAKLEAF 4/2 New, ".1. mr.CalFe Commercial a d Bower ONB
SAN MARCO LOFTS Fridge, W/D, Avail Now! Real Estate JAX 904- 737-1776
www.theloftssanmarco.comFE RA D$1295m. 264-1425 Te I0Commeral/Estate
16K renov. Cedar SoP-4/2,135k, Sk down. I SoCommerciaFa
Call for apptg904-396-9601 $1000mo, or rent for Industrial for Sale 56
WESTCHASE NR 1-2915 off M ANAGEM ENTI$900mo. 340 Aries. 272-7352 hintown5. ScSCommercial/ Services
*3su m mrnerpSa v in g set. 0$+$400d5347800 1 OP Fleming Island, Industrial for Rent
(90m)473058-70 brand new condo 3/2.5 507 Commercial/ 12% RETURNS
W'SIOEduplex nice'lbr, single car par, golf Mrnwi Businesses for Sale Safe & secure, backed
walkIn closet, WD ARGYLE ORANGEPARK c amenities, lots of o 510 Retail/Office Space by mortgages on Jax
walae FgoadLparkuinaloset.kng, no A ER Pl otfor Sale homes s.Ok mo ..
AffpdbI Fun Beach hkuets, $595mod NSmkr, 8234 Rocky Creek 5046 Knights Bridge 904-269-6757 513 RetaIl/Office Space C237-s 6o
eta Ret 2il/OfficeuSmacr.y8simo 24h 7.373639or
nh 707.6251 or 268-0126 3/2 1841SF $900 2/2 912SF $675 ORANGE PARK for Rent 24 hr. msg. 8-3.-3395
410 Condominiums 8174 Loch Lomond Ln. 2658 Malibu Circle 3/2 10F4D f $750
4/2 2082SF $1125 3/2 1084SF $785 (904) 730-8060 the
9A/GATE PKWY The Orange Park Fleming
Reserve 2/2.1st firgated 9502 Staples Mill 523 Kevin Drive Isl/Eagle Harbor 4/3 maurk t
pool, clbhouse$1100 Att 4/2 1745SF $1125 3/2 1800SF $1050 Ire hm fenced yard 53 ket
ARGYLE AvI 7/1/05 1BR, ARLINGTON 5029 Fulham Pablo Bay 4/3 lake,nni tosN
APARTMENTS furn short term lease commBa 4/3 lei
av ,$650m. 742-9076 11631 Tananger Drive 3/2 $675-Fenced $1995mo. 273-0125
10 aaAv pu Beach(9 12 ARLRLeSChateaux, 3/2. 3/2.51440SF $850 PaceIsland 4/2.5 2500sf For Classified
1 Sg A N n e ( ) 5of closets WD hkup 5204 Rainey fen backyard. $1600mo. .gv lo
$750mo +dep 725-6482 ICW 3/2 1625SF $925 + Dep. C all 424-0300 MO
I BAYMEADOWS / South- Palm Coast,/AlA, unfurn Advertising, call [irtam2 M oute SS Pit,
side 3/2. 1408Mapll 3/2 1691SF $1245 Lg 2/2/2w/Den tennis, 01Ayouco t Otl3f5 8iool8ee1-
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BAYMEADOWS New 3/2 NORTHSIDE 8038 Beaver Creek Stonlmla
Condo w/elevator for 2895 Centerwood Dr 3/2 1268SF $925 Paxon, Newly remod. C02179o
rent.$117Smo. 333-8572 2 1449SF 3/2 Potomac Ave. or toll-free Coulmuiq Mortgage Corp. (90-) 384-3424
3/2 1449SF $950 $800mo + dep. 879-9702
W3BS $500 OFF 1ST MO 6051 Maggie PONTE VEDRA BEACH.r -
SWFFAROI POlNT V O. BEt 1-800-258-4637.,i.ellulnri ("rilN- I 0h9
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DOWNTOWN BERKMAN 2247 3rd Avenue GOLF VILLAGE PVB, Fiddlers Marsh 32.e
APARTMENTS PLAZA RIVERFRONT lbr 3/2$775 1330 Ardmore Drive 2cga$.1:7-mm pool ten No AppnFees!!
Upgrd,$1350mo. 910-7036 4/2 1745SF $1195 2REGENCY DAMESo u a ad1
7 FLEMINGANTISLAND- YULEE PT AREA- 32 2 car Free Consultation and PreQualification.
brand newl84S F. 861824Worthington 1213ArdmoremDrive a ssem. -rFreeAp r isni a closed loan.*
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vollybal, tennis, 1 ml 2998 Piedmont Manor MIDDLEBURG S. Ponte Vedra Beach
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229 3136 Stucco 5/3.5 July $352,900


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301 2310 Stucco 4/2 July


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324 2058 Stucco 4/2.5 October $256,900
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735 Hotels
Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorman, Cook & DJ
Call 399 1110

740 Retail

BRIDAL SALES
& SEAMSTRESS
No nights or Sunday's
Jill Stevens Bridal
8653 Baymeaduws Rd.
FURNITURE & MATTRESS
SALES No exp nec,
Great attitude a must
FT & PT. Jax & St. Aug.
areas. Great pay.
health bnfts, pd vacs.
Call 904- 814- 3004 or
fax resume 386-986 4278

745 Sales
4 SALESPEOPLE NEEDED
No Exp. Needed.
Must be Self-Driven
and Ready to Work!
CALL JOE AT 955-9413
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
Seeking dependable In/
outside sale rep. for
local co. 2 yrs exp. in
const. industry pref'd.
Benefits, vacation. Fax
resume 904 378& 9747


745 sales
AUTOMOBILE SALES
Enthusiastic, aggressive
money m ovat e d
people. Great hours.
excellent compensa-
tion. No experience
necessary, will train.
Call Joe or Greg at Ron
Anderson Chevrolet in
Yulee, 888- 261-6821
BOAT SALESPERSON-
Dell Marine is expand-
ing Salary comm
,benefits Caf 730-9968
CLOSER BIG $$ FOR TOP
CLOSERS. Vacation
Club. Call 904-472-5653
SALES in Jacksonville,
Exp reqd. Good pay
benefits. Incentives,
bonus 877-445-7341
SALES PERSON
for areas in Georgia &
South Carolina for
major restaurant
equipment company.
Salary & car allowance
+ commission. Fax
resume to 770-454- 7295
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader
In Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000 $100,000
Plus Benefits!
Call Keith 783-8385


SALES RESENTATIVE Construction
SAFWAY SERVICES. INC. is one of the largest scaffold
companies in North America, with over 70 branch loca-
tions and distribution centers. Safway has over 50,000
customers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to local
subcontractors coming from the commercial, industrial,
petrochemical, power plant and special events markets.
We are currently seeking a talented individual to join our
organization, in a prime territory as an Outside Sales
Representative.
Duties include selling company's products and services;
building and maintaining customer accounts/relation-
ships. Candidates must possess at least 2-3 yrs outside
sales'experience in construction industry, scaffolding
experience preferred: ability to read blueprints, cost
projects, develop formal bid proposals and labor esti-
mates', computer literacy preferred.
Safway provides an excellent benefit package with a
base salary and generous commission. EOE
Please send Resume including
Salary History to:
Scott C. Haley
Fax: 904- 880-1065
scott.haley@satway.com


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

SOpen Interviews
Weds 6/29 & Thurs 6/30
10am-6pm
Sofa Express-Regency Court
9244-A Arlington Expressway
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 paidtraining (BEGINS
SOON), competitive commission, exceptional
benefits and exciting growth opportunities.
Pre-employment drug screening is conducted.
EOE.
If unable to attend, fax resume to (614) 343-0009
or email: careers@sofaexpress.com
Drug screen conducted. EOE.


747 Telemarketing
CLOSER BIG $$ FOR TOP
CLOSERS. Vacation
Club. Call 904-472-5653
750 Technical/
750 3Engineering
RESIDENTIAL DRAFTS-
MAN EXP for custom
homes. Fax resume
786-8120
SURVEY PARTY CHIEF
min 5 yrs field exp in
boundary, topo and/or
const layout survey
GPS a plus Sr. Survey
ACAD Tech Reqs 4+
years in survey CAD
drafting Instrument.
Person Reqs 3+ yrs exp
Email resumes to
HR@KingEngineering.com
or Fax 866-222 6299.
King Engineering, 6500
Bowden Road, Suite
290, JAX 32216.

752 Warehouse
MANAGER
Logistic's/Transp.
Position incl. comply. mgt
of WHSE Logistic's &
Dist. Transp/WHSE exp.
req. Fax resume to
Priority Companies at
733-0470 attn: Charles
MFG./WAREHOUSE
WORKER, air cond.
plant, some heavy lift-
ing, benefits include:
paid vac. & health
ins.,Apply at 30 Iro-
quois St., St. Augustine
904-824-0422 Starting
$8.25 hr. EOE DFWP
WAREHOUSE COUNTER
PERSON MUST PASS
DRUG AND BACKGRND
CHECK APPLY IN PER-
SON AFTER 11AM
METALS USA 7380
PHILLIPS HWY #303
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32256
EOE/ AAR MFVD
WAREHOUSEMAN &
PARTS RUNNER Needed
at Plumbing Co. DFWP
Good drive record. 4635
Emerson St.
W'HOUSE/REUEF DRIVER
Exp. req'd, 7-3:30, a/c
whose, relief driving/CDL
"D", forklift a plus,
stable job history.
Benefits, fax resume to
482-0561

753 Security
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
req'dSupervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL 1.888-398-8903
www.speclalresponse.com

The best bargain
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For Classified Ad ertising,
call 904-366-6300,
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AN PRAi loCHIg 0 GRM Arts, Ladder Jacks $6Opair; center lots more stuff 904-269-9542 futon two papa- s -cu a
background check qt. Cs Metal corner beads 8tL, 220-6489 deses Kittewa$n +many









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Drug free workplace Off Collins near Gate. (60) $.90ea. 641-0650 a r zanf s chairstwo Samese Ki0ttens +r any
Museum of r science& Vicinity of Argyle & V Garage antique end tabIes/ small/rg (x. 504-1171
History. 1025 Museum Cir Schindler. 20yrs exp., For Sale Gazelle 1 Building 955 Sales c77-80P P a
Ref's. 9040S 04 2 8-915 4 supra bought for s 1a Supplies c n 7 females, all champ line
DANCE TEACHERS mSe200.00 will save for I fd LOVESEAT & CHAIR, L ay Ive msg. 386- 75 a 1771
NEEDED WILL TRAIN IN HOME CHILD 1100.00 O.B.O. AT"LA C .CN -zLboyVE otE r a y m sg 3 50elining.
904-388-9952 CARE- openings 241-4915 or 472-9752 KITCHEN CABINETS like w.t.$400.743-7591 BOXACAPUPPIES
OD Oavail on bve ase + do G Eom WET BAR. Huge kit. 5' ORSat/Sun 10a-3pm. e ne s7 o AAPU$400.n I
Pleaand a GIRLS BEDROOM Isl. Panelled apple Jenn Mostly new stuff, LOVE SEAT -sofa, 904-282-5612
DOOR LOCKSThe BIl 912-57-64,e SET, kids Radlof- Air Ran g-e ToP some tools, etc. NO ,white off color $40.
ThrowerCo. Seeksa KEMOElyer bike, Gazzel. Refrig/Freezer, new KIDSFSTUFF... Contact Judith BOXERRPUPPIESAKC,
mechanial person to Must sell before Microwave D/W Db 803-4184. Love aeitfemaleFawn
train inlocksmin I sFinanT cial m 0v e E m a I I oven 3sinks, pantry a SaleJul seat multiple colors w/white blaze face.
Good pa accounting salfalycocast.net cupboards, desk area. 1-2 -4 pm. 2 (brown & mustard) $40 born 5/28 $600.
-LCO A0 E or callA904.781-0919 Kit. 38ft of cabinets, '530Cox Rd brown-9 2s2
















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sep. bar 1ft of cabi- town collectibles .W MAPLE DINING 904-924-0902/764e 0037e
TEARFHINNC F J Gracne 2- seat nets w/ice maker. great lawn, garden bird 7 ROOM -Table9 ha Pp 2
FENCEERECTORSa YourABillawitha eluxe canopy cond. solid wood accesores wbkes P round with wide sAKc females $350.
ECIeriVnce CrONReTs S cure Lola w a lbstrolleor $30.00; serious inquires only. rack, helmets$350 leaf, six chairs ne, one 724-1910r 887-7590









HEPR. FCa rI ZCpital Fine antce. bas rnAeR ay w 24-3765to for appt. Moving sale Sat June $150. 786-4591 COCKER SPANIEL F/Ml
Bush Fence 645-7900 -1st 2nd 3rd Mortgages bassinet tricycles u802-8 nest aor apit
Persona Loans available call 923i4881 em:dcholidysihotmaii.com 18th am- 5pm 11123 Mwvinust sell! w/papers, white/buff 4
FOREMEN -Credit Lines $4000 Ponte Vedra ch. Oak Ridge Dr. S. sofa recliners s $250 234-6096
Hirin entry level work- Crti oer h clothes, toys, misc. $100/a nt r long
ing oremen for utility Good or Bad Credit, GRAND CARAVAN it e s DACHSHUND long
field cWrews. Outdoor NoProbiiem! SE '99 0a000 WINDOWS WINGAR () SAINT MARY'S Cend tche $0 i h. rCalr, 9 -Ae











iseld ares.Oatnd No Up Front Fees. miles, garay Y e New storm security I nge J China Hutch $4 0, 0Ca1 (904)8 4-7- 6
physical work, manylCALL TOLLFRE ored, cloth $55 0. windows Bronze& Moving Sale June Daybed Frame $20.
traini 1-50-228-16dCailw5420 te cloth dbkScall 18th & 19th.8am 5
$ /ithiou 1afd tering 1 296price, 9 until 204 Powder- DOBERMANS Champ
r tinuo a fepar 2532 Madison Ave. 737-9983.8 59-022 horn Rd. Everything 4 Moving, must sell Bloodlines, 9wks.,3F/
ts. tNew York City, NYP10012 must go! 1 full 4-poster bed, Red & Rust, $500,
have good driving 4 KIDS SWING SET Business/ IFJ&amattress and box 229.247.5493
cord stronleader- 1eery rugged wood,a 920 W DE Fri & at 1. Springs $300
r rshipd skilrs ang be able strong twoswings Ofice clothes, toys, elec, queen mattress and ENGIUSHBULL DOGPUPS,
totravel in Florida and Flus 2 attac n- appli, scrap book stuff box springs $300. Reg, HC, Cash only.
o trag. l I $50 0 215-8029 ICE MACHINE- cost new 9268 Hawks Run Ln. 5454628 Ca ll 904-317-9759
877-676-6731 for infor- Little Princess $7k, sell for $3k used W'side MARIETTAo NANNYNEEED for Free kittens 1 male
nation & an applica- rigeN Kutqu h rairbowit ty.n C llm 5 7 P W 2 clOS
tion. www.osmose.com boutie hairboIEyr. Call 564-2357 pLA NTORY SAiULElitarysitlye Iofemalev9!weeks
EOEN SPRAY TECHI we M/F/D/V .I 1902654 Good JEWELRYSHOWCASESAu t t 0 old ve pretty call
IFcustom made 10% FOR SALE, USED. 213 Jackson Ave. N. mid-December. 904-8 9-1586 or
HOUSE CLEANERS military discount. Lighted &locks. 710-4397 Live in (preferred) 904 860-4306 can deliver
Car/ins required. Must website: o rLive out. Two chil-
have clean background. erand www.stores.ebay.com/I P ED I C U R E CH A I R gin HunfterS Galore drenage five months & FREE KITTENS
F/T Nowknds, $.00/hr. esanioittleprincess.boutique -European touch, LTD2, 2 yrs. some week- 1 2 bl ack. 3 tiger
No exp req'd. 730.7201 scoAntiques .0 Maternity cloth like new w/matching This Sat & Sun have your eneds and overnight lgrey.1ofeach with
SAp ch stool, pum incld. $1800 garage sale atThe required. Candidate white feet! W'side
INFANTTHRUPREK 2 Appliances in various sizes all b. in743- 83 or 945-6054 must h ve v d 90772-9306
TEACHER OPENINGS.L 905 Articles for Sale 4 |,L'outfits $6.00 or less Market Place Vendor driver's license; infant
Mandarin2s call 923-4881 pow- Workstation/Cubicle Spaces Starting CPR and first aid cer- 4 Free to good home.
62-0330Only$f59 915BlnS&pries rwaloop also avw- W n$7/Day tification; personal and" Germ Shop /Rott-
Meandarin 262-08 90sin heeljeepalso Only loa595 70S9 Ramona, 7S6-FLEA work references- expe- jweller mix. loves
Riverside 399-1009 9S Building S upplies alable $25.00 Herman MIlflecor 8' x 8'r s
922 Collectabwe o a ed- | MATERNITY KHAKIwith pedestal & overhead,
IRRIGATION INST Collectables and MATERNITY KHAKI Gator Office Fumiture s Garden/ Salary and benefits fixed! moving to Alaska
Goo L Ip ne LERyJewelryT Uniforms, shirts, (4 7 1 L. 950 negoti able. Contact: call 576-.9184
Goad nDL & e.Jn.wi y O pants skirts One (904) '2-6 Lawn mary.rczcndcsitus.arm
E.T a-+. Cmli D.R. Leach 9 2Computer set of maternity y.mi_ or (910) 261-4774 FREE Yellow Lab mix.
Irrigation 759-0422. 927 Craft/Thrift Stores whites. $100 takes all1CollectablesMower l s h e/o.n o 3
L AT- S Electronics5 992-8556e propelled hi h-' N ever used light home w/fnc. 287 0438
KENNEL ASST-W/exp. 9 &MICOAV OVing 922, & Jewelry t wheeler 6 .p t ine single bed w/
Busy S'side Miramar -30FardP24'i10 speed 1 wheelerB6Shp
AnimalHospital737-0403 93SFruits/Vegetables end 24' speed75.0 Gas eder l shelves b/in GERMAN SHEPHERD
940AC/Heat/Fuel Fke red MurrJey HESS TRUCKS & BXES 3hp $120.00, Upright drawers stand new PUPS 8 weeks, $200.
90-LANDSCAPE & IRRIGA a el brand excellent vacumn$25.00 VCR mattress w/ert center Call 904-783-3220
TION LABORERS needed 946Garage Sales condition $25.00, WANTED Call 349-5012 player,5 sleeping bags. w/3 10 drawer 1 cabi-
for high volume Land- 950Garden/Lawn Cl781162A net w/4 shelves 325.00 GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
scape Company in gSSHousehold/Fumiture Men's 26"Beach- TAGHUERNewstainless1 call 904-529-8263 Jim light color C AKC
Jacksonville area. Ony 960MachineryanduTools cruiser Bicycle steel $975obo. 4 1 M u r r ay Ia n leave message $400. (904)879-5562
ambitious and highly 965 Medical$2500 's 20" 904-962-6900 mower 20cut 2 yrs
mtivoe nviduah s 970 Musical Merchandise/ Huffy $15.00 2 old runs g at ROLL TOP DESK- GOLDEN RETRIEVERS AKC
noed ly. No expe- uHonda13" tIres on Rim s $5.0 phone k$90 Oak teachers S/W. $350. 912.367-2391
rnenecessly Goo expe SServices P175-70- R13 $25.00 9 | 264-1514 after 5pm S T
ence necessary. Good Co s, cabinet $I S. Oak or 912-278-0019
benefits including 975MPhotography 781-6222 Murray riding lawn wardrobe cabinet $50seGe Dne P
medical. dental. vaca- A8pSportingigoods ing sale COMPAQ A1000 a ower with 512-882-2942 Great Dane Pups AKC
ton&hdaypay. Call 990Wantedto Buy everything must go All-In-one printer. I'dethather engine L TOP DESK deposit. 904- 739 6612
352-516-6991. orTrade &i1TV's mattress grill w hExcellent cond, needs work six / ROLL OP De e0732
LANDSCAPE INSTALLER Apictures coffee works great but years old $100 call Rd$e90 ak $0Teachers 1
Experience reGootable end tables sta- will not print with 908- 4830 Cabinesk$5 JACK RUSSELL
pay & OT. Bnfts avail tionary bike etc call Windows XP. $125 obo Murray riding lawn wardrobe cabinets$50;i TERRIERS
Own transp. No main- 902 Appliances 904-641-4545 642-2936 morwre rwd i t h 912-882-92w42.a'oe bit$0TRRier
tenance Call Mon-Fri, jdethatcher. engine CKCRe istred
8-5 571-0102 3A N need work. six SEWINMACHINE males $325,For
LAWN SPRAYTECH Good great very cold $700old. $100. call? i .attach aotable.$SCal I i
pay, great bnfts. will 08; Fridge with ice- Judith 803-4184.
cran, Bnfts 5533 Wes- aer ge e Universa IRefferal.ervice Push mowerTom Small deskforchildren, LAB AKCmalepups.
connect Bv771566 re $5 e Boy 22 $40. call multiple colors $20. Ready6/30. Hlth cert,
Cal 3$431 sore we4 rWeOffer!!!904-26-9542 Good conditionOP.$300 386-327248
GEN PEST CONTROL 200-2021 Steady a E y. TROY-SILT TILLER 4 SOFAwA OVSET -- LabhPup- AKC black
TEHOT IncE is 4 bfoten and I 6 hp, $200. Call dI$ c
Pestaster vices Inc Is 14 cic foot KenMethods to Help You 282-1272 ask oldd2segn tagreen and $350.00 call (386)
people to grow & pros- Lfreezer and GE Im52)538 H-3ean2Fra, gold.t2ond t 4 1
aer w/ourndo. ToppyTcounter Your Home antopstain-ouseho c
S Will Train less micr v ol Fr top Istai-.771-8930. LAB PUPS AKC, S&W,
Nec Apply in person 5055 years old $125.00 OBO usmnessF cHC, blockhead chmp.
636-0633M*Debt Consolidation1iy w/brown paisle) POP $500 352.307-0772
,or fax 904-636-5509 4 FREEZER Sears EUn-Mortgage M et n-mtlc OGO 5300 prnt/wood trim $502.
Ihunter@pestmaster.com Kenmore 12 CWI 3p Wht/GoldBdrm ettLabradoodleFIB Pups
MAGNOLIA POINT white upright. 4CarLoanresser 175; Wood $30.-Call 398-5191 http://www.labradoo-
LU7shelves + door CommercialLoanS RKenmAre washer 135 n ls witnhneutering con-
COUNTRYICs s .a lsi offerS5 SOLAR PANELSfor dlepuppynet $2000
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positions; FB staf$:10sVacationLoan $120 -293l for $300; LHASA APSO Pu pies,
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1205 Boats 1230 RV's & 1300 Motorcycles 1320 Antiques/ 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1 Trucks / 1340 Trucks / 1340 Trucks 1345 Vans/Buses
Supplies..3 Classics 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers_/_
Kymco scooter FORD ESCORT ZX2 '00 TOYOTA COROLLA '00 SUVs -SUV s SUV'S Dodge Caravan '96'
LET US 2002,Kdrivenoless C MERCEDES 450SL.Exc cond. 17kmi, $6500, Very nice low miles, green, 150K ml.
****ETUS***thn 200 miles 7 4 Roadster, All wr 904-7513949 5.edtocall 2004SaturnVue, 30 JEEP CJ-5, 81 MAZDATRIBUTE LX '0ood od askng
SELL YOUR BOAT very cle an, helmet l, Antique w/orig. FL 338-1055 MPG, loaded,CD, 258C w/ClIfford ST#F144, $13,788 $4600. oest offer-
NOhaSELL YOUR BOAT included, call 994-7506 |tag, hartop, conv., Ford F150 '86 -short I premium sound, |Hintake. Holley390, TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371.4877 Call 912-510-9460
No hassle, we make inred, ten interior. Cus- wheel base, 5.0, 4spd, .. TOYOTA COROLLA leather, 5 spd, mint exc restoration
selling your boat Suzuki GSF1200- 05 tom car cover. Set of 4wd. $2500. 233-3260 '98- CE, AC, Cass, cond., KBB $19,3355, project. Xtra parts a
easy. No cost to you. /. very low miles Maint. manuals A/C. O IlCruisePW.PL,4dr ask ing $15,995, avail, $1500 obo ToyotaRav4L'02 per- DODGE RAM VAN'96
$13,995 90427862 FORD XCAB F150 '03 6km, $4200. Call 904213-0467 9 1 2 5 7 3 4 8 0 6 fect In &out. auto, PW, ST#BUCF459A $3788
Buyers Waiting. Josh912-729-7350 St#E961A $16,988 Jim228-8122 912-574-1074 PL CC, CD moonrf, TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877
Salter Marine DISCOUNTS MustSell Movingfrom Pontiac Firebird 1967 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 CHEVY BLAZER 04 rack, alloys 49K,
Solist TS o overhead cam, 33K org TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER '01 Low miles. $299 per P$15,485. 904-819-5727 FORD WINSTAR LX'96
Specialists Inc. mi, excl cond. white/St#E969. $14,988 month. 859-5820 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 133Kmi, runsTgreat.
904-284-0155 N Suzuki Hayausa green body, wht int. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 '96 AT. V6 PWD PL, TOYOTATUNDRA'034dr $2500. 352-603-2202
2002 3200 miles, orig. $12,500. 771-4324 HONDAgACCORD,, Chevy EL Camino AM/FM/CD, Exc. shape. Li
kV ,,4'1-exhaust.-TRE.91Y'79 Looksgood Asking $5500. 778-7720Lmited.Verylowmiles,
14' ALUMINUM 1BMC air cleaner, Sunroof. NewTires, St#F261 $23,98 $3500. Call Frank $329 per mo. 338-1055 ST#E985 ,
BASS REACKER Air box modification, 1325 Automotive rebuilt transmis- TOM BUSHAUTOLEX 371-4877 904-282-1272 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
M T-1wih hol treeTOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877USH42217T E9 $1877
BOAT- 98 with Shoei helmet, jacket sion, serviced E '01. Lift kit, need to sell TOYOTA TUNDRA '00, V8,
trailer fish finder and pants, call 994 7506 engine, clean, runs VOLVO 740 '90, E V S 1 0 fast, call now. $10,995 full Ided, 70kmi, AT, ext OYS
anacessorieUs wNthI ml d o Auto AC PW, PDL, 1 pac'k 944, or $99mo wac. 338-1055 ca 11,500, 317-6196
25hp Johnson Out- ,W l SUZUKI KATANA CLEAN USED CARS hood.$1l700ldnon. amf/ LAZE4x4, Taho 6111 EX 9OaDYS3Ed
board $2,000 obo ih l's -'0070cc custom CdPgr$292-7247 o sunroof, Call door, duals, many ood condition-
0 Pgr^ S Z92.7247r sunroofC\lln9e2-882 wp30 5 r t24 30 KIA SPORTAGE '95 TOYTA 4RUNNER 4x4.'02 $4000or best offer.,
542-3598 573-2642 Travel Trailer's .gnt, 4300 mi, two Acura Integra RS Spt'96 Ce II962.2029 91b2-882-1305n1700 54 w5 arts $3800. KIA dPORTAGE 'W TOA iUNNER x4 2 Callo 912r b2 er.
17FT CRITCHFIELD 03, Pop-up'S $4500.e912673-8940 PSPW, moonrf. Runs obo. very good cond. jP/L, 4 dr.' good fast. t17,988 or $290mo.
d onl so1Volume Towable HONDA ACCORD 's9 VOLVO S-60 -'01 SR CD. 1 Chevy Sllerado con d. Low miles. wac. Call 338-1055 1 A n
w ,onso e l w / lu m ie g e c 6rea J t c e is c H A A CC O D 8 5 9- 0 V0 g, C D n e 1e5g d 90 4 1 -22,90 44 x 7 B b .3 C AL L
finder, trolling motor, Dealer means Lower 9250miles cruise, Acu ra Leg end '94 8007498116x7327 716-1679 callZ912-57& 411213 Wanted
$9000 obo. 686-4842 Prices", largestt Selection lights, long shot Fully-loaded, excellent HONDA ACCORD EX '03 VOLVO Wagon GLT'96 Vans/Bses
ine, pipes, custom saddle condition, dark ree HONDA CORD E '03 VOLVO Wagon GLT 96 CHEVY Silverado '90, MAZDA B2SCO '981345Vansuses
186CC Keywest '04 over 200 in stock baps,c$2tOm. Caldl leather, sunroof, prie- ST#F278 $19,988 95k mix's, Exc cond, cold AC, runsgreat Cab plus, 69.5k
amaha186CC Keywestroke 04 hp Guaranteed BEST BUYS 9 002-673-6388 vC ateparty, 1su26kp$6250 TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 $7500 904-2802243 $2750. ACall 6-912eatescod DODGE CARAVAN WILLPURCHASE
Y oa BUCS A 638 vKC5r y1 $476-91b 2 4 6 $43d b Ims C.c onLd U 5
trailer. GPS. FF. radio, Don't be fooled by the 273-9002 HONDACIVlC'2 VW JETTA GT '97 Exc w/topper $6500, 8Looks rottentCARORTRUCK
new $25,200. sell will be a en1700CC, low ml, many ACURA TL'03. pearl, 14K Low miles. $199 per mo. mechanical & body Cv wut p e $6 0, rn geat, &PAYOFFLIEN.
San en xtrs$9500b 7081120 misunroof,lthr,6disc, WAC. CallSS9-5820 very good cond.. new 4X4,p perfect cond, Won't be appointed 0work veile
$21,200. 904-641-5415Experience, $23,9007371152aft4p HONDACIVIC '98.Ve trans brakes rotter 9995.h 904-614-2512 904-321-0274 $439obo. Bob 247-9532 CALL 904-838-5029
18' CC Sailfish '96 w/'98 WE PROMISE! YAMAHA Venture Roy- AUDI A4 W n '04 low miles need tos exh., eng, Call Bernie CHEVY TRAILBLAZER '02
2lhhp Yamaha, trailer, ale 1300 '90 exc cond, 3 ST#59A $26,488 fast. $6995.-338-1055 $5295-.904-616-1256 ST#E992 $17,888
dr p fYinr, FF. mariner Spkrsxtra windshield TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 HONDA S2000 '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371"4877 you
radio. Bimini top $7000. CD & CASS, garkept, ST#F247H$25,788 1 2
912 2 61 3293, 399 0978 $5D000obAS583g1189 BMW 32Scic 2002,AutoPL 1335 $C2000 or Less appreCiatZe Ou
19' Carolina Skiff '02,90 4 YAMAHA V-MAX $33.488371-4728 INFINITI 135 '02 Chevy Lumina "93 4dr, py trwo psk new 8
19Carolina Ski4J0kMAHABAM3714e 0Prem Pkg L2ad9ed TOMBUSHUAUTOPLEX 371-4877 kTurbo diesel, power WS appreciate y ou
Yam 49 hrs on motor. 10k '.'00 Customized 17" INFI 58,I 18,' C ow m ATL AC runak'-3r
4 7 129o etrciar., 313r h Dservice to our nation
21FTC OUO 1r N n rogr 1310 Auto Parrts 371-472k8 JAGUARXK8 Cony '01, all tint, $4 00 ,-bo 229 3053DODD 04 uC, T hI I
mercurser Yamaha iBMW5251A Z002, thettoys, 32K mi,.$37,000
outdrive needs Zoo 32' Wanderer UFO exhaust. $11,400 Auto Prem Pkg, $26,988 obo. 912-262-9526or Chrysler Le Baron '93 2 TO2.Snrp
engine work 3000 OBO 5 t h w h e e I TJAssociatesgaol.com 371-4728 813-230-8534 C..r.. %6. AT. AC. 5 I, i I., ...'3U II
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