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Creation Date: July 21, 2005
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Sailor Revived
Fire Department Saies A Life
Page 3


Military Honored
Cummer Museum Hosts Special Cafe Night
Pages 8-9


Home Providers
CDC Provides In-Home Childcare
Page 10


THURSDAY, JULY 21, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


TOUCHING NAS Jacksonville


BASE supports fleet ASW

Vacation Bible command's first exercise
School coming soon


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

Special military
discount
From the USO
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is pro-
viding service men and
women a new way to
enjoy their favorite outdoor
activities.
The FWC is now offering
a Military Gold Sports-
man's License to active-
duty and retired military
who are stationed in
Florida or have lived in the
state for six months and
claim Florida as their pri-
mary residence. The
reduced-fee annual'
license ($20) offers the
same privileges as the tra-
ditional Gold Sportsman's
License ($83.50). If
includes hunting, saltwater
fishing and freshwater
fishing licenses and
wildlife management area,
archery, muzzleloading
gun, turkey, Florida water-
fowl, snook and crawfish
permits.
The Military Gold
Sportsman's Licenses are
only available at tax collec-
tors' offices. Those wishing
to purchase one must
show their military ID
cards plus a Florida dri-
ver's license or orders
showing they are stationed
in Florida.
More information about
hunting and fishing in
Florida is available at
MyFWC.com.

Cycle to the Shore
St. Augustine
to Daytona Beach
Team Navy Ducks is
forming and additional
cyclists are needed to par-
ticipate in the 19th annual
MS 150 Bike Tour Sept.
17-18. This is a non-profit
fund-raising event spon- .
scored by the PGA Tour for
the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society. Fortu-
nately, because of cyclists
that participate in the
event there is hope. This
year's ride will take cyclists
from St. Augustine to
Daytona Beach, away
from high-traffic areas and
around scenic areas along
the beautiful east coast of
North Florida. For further
information, call Miriam
Gallet at 635-1654.


By Lt. Cmdr. Duane Short
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11
Stealthy and quiet predator breaks
the surface of the choppy Atlantic,
rising from the murky depths look-
ing for its next prey. Unbeknownst to the
hunter, its presence is known and the
Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group anti-sub-
marine warfare commander has deter-
mined its location. Out of the gloom, a
Jacksonville-based P-3C "Orion" anti-sub-
marine aircraft appears, swooping over the
periscope and deploying its net of
sonobuoys to entrap the hidden menace.
On board the P-3, AW2(AW/NAC) Sean
Badervanhise the electronic warfare sys-
tems operator assigned to VP-16's Combat
Aircrew 8, marks the position of the sub on
his computer screen while Lt. Al Miller, an
instructor tactical coordinator from VP-30,
acting as this crews mentor, makes a note
on his tablet PC computer. Later that
night, Miller's, assessment, observations
and notes, along with the feedback from
other mentors embarked on the strike
group ships, submarines, and aircraft, will
be electronically merged into a consolidat-
ed fleet anti-submarine warfare command
(FLTASWCOM) anti-submarine warfare
(ASW) debrief.
Navy mission essential task list metrics
merged with 2-D replay snapshots provide
a standardized ASW debrief of the day's
events. This new technology will provide
the strike group commander, ASW com-



Let's get

Family Practice & Pediatric
Clinic's School & Sport
Physical's Marathon coming
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
t's almost that time again! Put on your
jogging shoes for Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's annual Family Practice
and Pediatric Department's school-age
children annual "School and Sports
Physicals Marathon."
The event is set for Saturday and
Sunday, July 23 and 24, Thursday, July 28,
and Aug. 4. Make your appointment now by
calling in 542-4677. The marathon will be
held in the Family Practice Department
(Brown Side). The clinic will be accepting
patients from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The purpose
of this event is to allow for our TRICARE
beneficiaries to get their children either a
school physical or a pre-participation sports
physical. Make your appointment now!
School physical are typically required
by most schools before entry into pre-
school or kindergarten or if the child is
starting in a new school system.
Most schools and club sports teams (like
Pop Warner, etc.) require a pre-participa-
tion sports physical in order for students to
participate in sports team try-outs and
other physical education programs. The
purpose of this examination is to ensure
the child is medically cleared to play the
chosen sport. The pre-participation sports
physical form can usually be obtained from
the school or club team. The first page of
this two page form should be filled out and
signed by the parent and athlete before the
appointment. The form and more informa-
tion on this requirement is available in the
parents section on the Duval County
Public Schools website at http://www.edu-
cationcentral.org/ or at the Florida High
School Athletic Association website at
http://www.fhsaa.org/ This form is also
available in the Family Practice Clinic.
The hospital's annual "Marathon" is a
day set aside to provide school and sports
physical en masse to our Navy families.
All TRICARE PRIME patients who have
selected Naval Hospital Jacksonville as
their Primary Care Manager are eligible
for the physical. If your child is not
enrolled in PRIME, you may want to enroll


mander, commanding officer's and other
commanders ASW event by event debriefs
on the strike group's performance, facilitat-
ing rapid learning, adaptation, and
improvement in anti-submarine warfare
operations and tactics.
The events described above are real.
They all played out June 25-27, as aircraft
and crews from NAS Jacksonville partici-
pated in the Navy's first Integrated ASW
Course (IAC) exercise. The course is
designed to prepare Navy strike groups to
operate as cohesive units to defeat enemy
submarines. Each ship and squadron in
the Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group has
already completed its individual unit level
ASW training, learning how to effectively-
employ its own sensors and weapons
against an enemy submarine. During IAC,
these individual units are given the oppor-
tunity to evolve into a cohesive ASW force.
By working together as a coordinated and
integrated ASW team, their collective
effectiveness against the submarine threat
is much greater than the sum of their indi-
vidual capabilities.
IAC also marked the beginning of the
Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group's at-sea
integrated operations as a strike group. In
addition to working with Strike Group
ASW assets, the ASW commander will also
have non-organic assets available, specifi-
cally the P-3C Orion integrated for the
first time.


See ASW, Page 13


Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Duane Short
Lt. j.g. Brian Schneider, a VP-16 navigator/communicator,
checks that the radios are in good working order for commu-
nications.


fI-


Photo by Loren Barnes
Nicholas Moore is examined by Family
Practice Physician Lt. Jing-Jing Cardona dur-
ing last year's School and Sports Physicals
Marathon. This year's physical dates are July
23, 24 and 28 and Aug. 4.
now and save the $40 or more that it costs
to get this physical done in a local doctor's
office.
Remember there is no enrollment fee for
active duty family members. Call 542-9164 for
information on enrolling in TRICARE Prime.
Besides the necessary school forms, par-
ents should bring with them their personal
shot records, and sports team forms if they
have them. Patients will need to be dressed
in shorts, short-sleeved, loose fitting T-
shirts, and a sports bra for girls. Plan to
arrive 30 minutes prior to your group
appointment to complete all the necessary
paperwork.
In addition to getting your children's
sports physical done, the Marathon will
feature information on a wide range of
health and safety issues, provided by the
Wellness Center, the base police and fire
departments, Pediatrics, Family Practice,
and other Naval Hospital Jacksonville
health care providers.
If you can't make the Marathon dates,
children's physical can also be scheduled by
calling Central Appointments at 542-4677.


Official U.S. Navy photo
YN2(SW/AW) Lakevia Harris recently spent six months sup-
porting the coalition in Iraq.

NAS Jax Admin


Sailor recounts


deployment to Iraq

By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Many Sailors spend time trying to negotiate their
way into shore duty so that they can take a break
from the rigorous deployment schedules of your
average Navy ship. They might dream about the extra
time they'll be able to spend with their families or the
bachelor's degree that they might actually have time to
pursue.
However, few, if any shore duty Sailors could imagine
that their three-year paid Navy vacation would be inter-
rupted by a six-month deployment to Iraqi, but that's
exactly what happened to YN2(SW/AW) Lakevia Harris.
Harris, an administrative clerk at the NAS Jacksonville
Administrative Department, got the call she never expect-
ed to get in October 2004.
"My leading petty officer called me one day out of the blue
and told me that the Multi-National Security Transition
Command-Iraqi (MNSTC-I) needed an admin clerk and
that I had been selected to go," Harris said. "I was stunned.
I couldn't believe it was happening at first, but after it sunk
in, I kind of looked forward to the challenge."

See IRAQ, Page 13


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2 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 21, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Be a good neighbor by respecting those around you


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
U.S. Atlantic Fleet Command
Master Chief
Are you a good neigh-
bor? Okay, maybe
that's a little vague.
How about: Do you respect
your neighbors? Do you
know your neighbors? Do
you think they respect you?
All of us have neighbors
no matter where we live.
On a ship, our neighbors are
as close as a rack away. If
you live in an apartment,
your neighbors are only a
wall or floor away.
If you live in a house, you
have a little more distance
but nonetheless, you need to
be mindful of some of the
responsibilities we share as
neighbors. The 'do unto oth-
ers as you'd have them do
unto you' rule applies.
No matter where we live,
there are some accepted
norms that we should abide
by. What's more, there are
also laws and city ordnances
that dictate our responsibili-
ties as homeowners.
Whether or not you abide
by the norms is up to you,
and I'd like to think the
majority of us respect those
norms and live in respect
with our neighbors.
Unfortunately, I sometimes


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
hear about things that
make me wonder if all
Sailors are aware of the
things we need to take into
consideration as neighbors.
Have you ever had to call
the police to report loud
noise or a party? Have you
ever talked to your landlord
about unruly neighbors?
Have you ever had to call a
city office to report a neigh-
bor that refused to maintain
his or her lawn or property?
Many of us have, and my
hope is that we are the peo-
ple making the calls, not the
people causing the calls.
Being a good neighbor is
actually pretty easy. There
are some universal expecta-
tions that go hand-in-hand
-with living next to others.


My challenge to each of you
is to think about these
things and ask yourself if
you are truly doing your
best to be a good neighbor.
Maintain your property.
Keep your yard and space
neat and clean, grass
mowed and garden weeded.
If, at a minimum, you keep
your home's outward
appearance neat and clean,
others will know you care
about where you live.
Keep the noise down. If
you live in an apartment,
this is especially critical.
Others may have children
who go to bed early, or
adults may work odd shifts.
Don't blast your stereo or
turn your television up too
loud.
If you have a party,
inform your neighbors if you
expect it to go late. Try to
mitigate any concerns your
neighbors may have about
the noise. If a neighbor
complains, turn the sound
down, move the party
indoors, or end the party.
Keep in mind your neigh-
bors have the right to peace
and quiet, as do you.
If you borrow things
from your neighbors, return
them in a timely fashion.
Never take anything with-
out asking; just because you


know your neighbors or con-
sider them good friends, tak-
ing things without asking is,
in another word, stealing.
If you or a member of
your family damages some-
thing on your neighbor's
property, offer to pay it.
Respect your neighbor's
privacy.
If your neighbors are
going on a vacation, offer to
assist them with their lawn,
collection of mail, and keep
an eye on their property.
Mutual trust is easy to
establish between neighbors
as long as you always do
what you say.
Being a good neighbor
isn't difficult, but it also
isn't necessarily easy.
Cultural differences, income
differences, longevity differ-
ences, and a whole host of
other factors can sometimes
make living next door to
people challenging. My best
recommendation is to try to
get to know your neighbors.
If you are able to strike up a
friendship, whatever per-
ceived differences you might
have may be minimized.
When you move into a
new home, whether an
apartment or house, go
around and introduce your

See FROM THE FLEET, Page 11


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Can the military save the youth of today?


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Afew weeks ago, I
wrote a column about
my new dog, Annie,
and how I'm using princi-
pals of boot camp to train
her. I wrote that Annie is
the "recruit" and ,I'm the
"drill sergeant," and that the
first step to making her a
well-behaved dog is to make
her understand that I'm in
charge.
I realized at the time my
comments might be miscon-
strued, but, honestly, I
expected backlash from
PETA, not the military,
when I wrote, "We've got to
break [Annie] down to build
her up."
Even so, for all columns
that might be "controver-
sial" I give my Navy hus-
band and dad veto power.
(Not that I take their
advice, so on second
thought, I guess I should
say I give them "fair warn-
ing.") When I showed Dustin
and Dad the column, they
both effectively said, "Well,
there is a structure to boot
camp, and anyone who's
been through it knows that."
Another military friend
who,wishes to stay anony-
mous, said, "Drill sergeants


did treat us like dogs. I felt
like a dog. And that's the
way it should be." He went
on to say that today's
recruits have it "easier"
than those before them, and
that the system is softening
under pressure from society.
So what is it about people
today that doesn't accept an
institution that's been
around-and been effec-
tive-for generations? Why
is it unacceptable to say
that military recruits are
inferior to their instructors?
Why is it taboo to take a
group of young men and
women and make them
equal ("break them down"),
then unite them as a team
("build them up again")?
Why does everything have
to be fair?
This issue isn't confined
to the military. Society is
demanding that we soften
our schools, our homes, even
our dog obedience classes.
I took my boys to play
putt-putt last month, and
when the 17-year-old
employee handed me a club
and said, "Here you go,
ma'am," I had to do a double
take. It was so refreshing.
So respectful.
Then, several weeks later,
I was in a different part of
the country waiting in line


to pay at a restaurant. A
group of teenagers were
behind me, and if I printed
some of the things they said
in public, my editors would
surely delete it. The
teenagers had what I'd call
an "air" about them. Like
the world owed them some-
thing. As if they needed to
look up the word "respect" to
know what it meant.
Yet, we can't really blame
them. Have we taught our
youth to be respectful of
authority? Some schools
don't even use grades any-
more for fear that students
might get their feelings
hurt. After all a bad grade
might hurt a child's self con-
fidence. But what ever hap-
pened to studying and work-
ing your way to confidence?
Building respect is a
process of reward and pun-
ishment. It doesn't come
from sheltering people from
negative consequences. This
is something the military
has always understood and
excelled at. That's why the
United States military con-:
sistently turns out young
men and women of a high
caliber, men and women
who have improved them-
selves through discipline.
Several years ago, there
was an article in the news


about a young Sailor who
spray painted a derogatory
comment on the side of a
bomb that was loaded on an
airplane on an aircraft car-
rier. The story made news
all over the world, casting a
negative light on young peo-
ple in the military.
What I'd like to point out,
however, was that the
Sailor-who was probably
18-years old-works a 14-
hour day seven days a week,
wakes up at 5 a.m., and has
more responsibility than
most other teens his age.
Compared to the average
youth of today, the Sailor is
exceptional, and of all the
things he could be doing
(drugs, breaking the law,
etc.), he's serving his coun-
try.
I'm sure the young Sailor
was disciplined and will
think twice before he spray
paints again. Which puts
him far ahead of his civilian
counterparts.
No, he's not a "dog," but
he has been trained by one
of the most superior institu-
tions of our society, and
that's something we could
all learn from. Even Annie.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-
ley.com.


HEY, MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan:
I am in debt and can not
get out! It seems that what-
ever I try to do does not
work. I have read books, lis-
ten to talk shows, and
talked to my neighbors.
Nothing works. Do you
have any suggestions that
will actually help?
MoneyMan Sez:
Wow! At least you recog-
nize you have a problem.
That is actually the first
step. My guess is that
much of your debt is credit
card related.
Americans bought over
$2 trillion (yes, trillion,
with a "t") of stuff on credit
cards last year. The out-
standing debt on credit
cards is almost $700 billion
in America alone.
Three of five American
families do not pay off their
credit card balances each
month, carrying an average
of $12,000 per household.
,It seems that we do not
mind being in debt. And
that is a big part of the
problem.
However, with the right
attitude and a little credit
common sense, anyone can


get out of the hole and stay
debt-free for life. Here are
a few suggestions:
First, spend less than you
earn. You will never get
out of debt if you always
spend more than you earn.
It may take a while to get
there, but get there!
Second, get organized.
Track your spending, bal-
ance your checkbook, and
pay your bills on time,
every time. If you don't
know where your money is
going, how do you know if
you like the way you are
spending your hard-earned
bucks?
Call your credit card com-
pany and asked them to
lower your rate. You may be
surprised to find that many
,of them will do it just
because you asked. Don't
wait for them to call you
and offer to lower the rates.
It likely won't happen.
Double your minimum
monthly payment, no mat-
ter the amount, and your
credit card will be paid off
in about three years. Can't
afford that? Pay only the
minimum payment and it
could take 30 years to pay


it off. For sure you can't
afford that!
Bottom line: Recognize
that you are the one who
got you into debt and you
are the one who needs to
get you out. You can do it
by taking one step at a time


and staying focused. Once
you get credit card debt
under control, it seems that
magically everything else
falls into place.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


S.U N DAY SERVICES
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunda\:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic NMass
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.


wavaS 5 oiI ...
C52SW/RUWI CRRIG MERRILL

Job title/command:
Galley

Hometown: Montoursville,
Pa.


Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: NAS Keflavik, Iceland,
USS O'Bannon (DD 987)

Career Plans: To finish college.

Most Interesting Experience:
Participating in Operation Enduring Freedom.

Words of Wisdom: If you follow directions,
you will never go wrong.



( a o ,,er couman,-.N
LEONRRD RUGUSTINE

Job title/command:
Police Officer, Security
Department

Hometown: Crowley, La.


Family Life: I'm married to Katina. We have
two daughters, Kaylee and Kinsleigh.


Past Duty Stations: Fort Polk, La.

Career Plans: To become chief of police.

I Most Interesting Experience: Becoming
a father.

Words of Wisdom: Stay focused or stay
blurred.


Marine Corps half marathon

scheduled for October
A attention all runners. The Marines have landed
again. The second annual. Jacksonville Marine
Corps Half Marathon and Freedom 5K Run
will be held Oct. 1, at 7 a.m.
The racecourse will begin at the Veterans
Memorial Wall on the west side of Alltel Stadium
and finish at Metropolitan Park. To participate in the
13.1-mile race or the Freedom 5K, sign up at any of
the three 1st Place Sports locations or log on to
www.lstplacesports.com, until Sept. 30. Race day
registration will begin at 5:30 a.m. at the Veteran's
Memorial Wall.
Race profits will be donated to Freedom Alliance
Scholarship
Fund, providing scholarships to dependent children
of service members from all the branches of the mili-
tary, who have been killed or permanently disabled
in the line of duty.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three male
and female finishers. Plaques will also be awarded
for the top three finishers in all age groups.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAx All NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JuAll NEWS 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
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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 jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The Inlaimo N can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the laml NIEWS Box 2,
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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
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904-359-4168
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HS-5 award Battle 'E'



and Safety 'S' for 2004


By Lt. j.g. Anthony Allard
HS-5 PAO
he HS-5 "Nightdip-
pers" were recently
awarded the Battle
"E" and Safety "S" by Com-
mander, Naval Air Force,


U.S. Atlantic Fleet, in
recognition for superior
performance in 2004.
At the presentation cere-
mony, Capt. Kenneth
Burker, commander, Heli-
copter Sea Combat Wing
Atlantic said, "many units


Photos courtesy of HS-5
Capt. Kenneth Burker, commander, Helicopter Sea Combat
Wing, Atlantic, presents the Battle "E" Award to Cmdr. Brett
Calkins, HS-5 commanding officer during a command quar-
ters.


have been awarded the
Battle E or Safety S, but
only an exceptional few
have managed to achieve
both awards at the same
time".
HS-5 maintained excep-
tionally high readiness lev-
els with an impeccable
safety record all while
enduring a rigorous
OPTEMPO, and meeting
several detachments and
other operational commit-
ments.
In the past year, the
Nightdippers flew over
3,180 mishap-free hours
with 2,360 of them
embarked, and they sup-
ported Operation Iraqi
Freedom with 145 combat
sorties.
HS-5 completed its 2004
deployment on board USS
George Washington (CVN-
73) with zero mishaps or
reportable injuries to per-
sonnel, while achieving an
overall 99.8 personnel sor-
tie completion rate and 100
percent combat sortie com-


pletion rate.
Since returning from
deployment, the OPTEMPO
for HS-5 has not slowed
down. HS-5 has been
employed with fleet support
in 23 of the last 26 months
including several detach-'
ments aboard 4 different
carriers and two trips to
AUTEC.
The Nightdippers achieved
a 100 percent sortie comple-
tion rate for every detach-
ment in the last year.
Recently, the Nightdippers
also surpassed 10 years and
33,000 hours of class "A"
mishap free flight time.


HS-5 has been able to
mitigate the risks associat-
ed with a high OPTEMPO
by conducting 10 safety
stand downs and several
deliberate ORM sessions.
Enlisted safety committee
meetings and human fac-
tors councils are conducted
on a monthly basis. This
gives the chain of command
a strong sense of the safety
concerns within the
squadron.
HS-5 has also been listed
on the retention honor roll
for the second quarter of
fiscal year 2005 in recogni-
tion for its high rate of


Members of
the HS-5
S"Nightdippe
S rs" stand in
an "E" for-
,mation to
celebrate
being
awarded
- .1 the
Command-
er, Naval
Air Force,
U.S.
Atlantic
Fleet Battle
Efficiency
Award for
2004.

reenlistments.
"Achieving the Safety S
and Battle E could not
have happened without the
hard work and dedication
of HS-5's Sailors," re-
marked HS-5 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Brett
Calkins. The long hours
and attention to detail
have paid great dividends.
The Nightdippers have
exceeded expectations in
every task they have
undertaken, and have done
so in a safe manner. The
squadron is a great exam-
ple of leadership and pro-
fessionalism at all levels.


NAS Jax Fire Department saves Sailor's life


From left, Lt.
Billy Brown,
Firefighter
Tracey Tomes
and Firefighter
Nathan
Hutchinson
check their life-
saving equip-
ment July 13.
The three fire-
fighters recently
used the equip-
ment to save the
life of a Navy
petty officer at
Aircraft
Intermediate
Maintenance
Detachment
Jacksonville.


Photo by Ol1 Mike England


By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
he firefighters at the
NAS Jacksonville
Fire Department
spend much of their time
training to save lives in
case the worst should hap-
pen. On July 8, it did and
one NAS Jax Sailor owes
his life to their skills and
diligence.
At 8:25 a.m. Fire
Department Emergency
Dispatcher Greta Simcoe
received a 9-1-1 call report-
ing a man had passed out
at Hangar 1000. Simcoe
dispatched the engine as
she queried for an exact
location and retrieved more
patient information. She
learned that the patient
had a severe head wound
and relayed that to the
responding unit. Only one
minute later the incident


commander was on scene
and within the next minute
the engine had arrived on
the scene.
"When we got to the
scene, the patient looked
pretty bad," said NAS Jax
Firefighter Tracey Tomes.


"He had a severe head
wound and was breathing
agonally, which is when a
patient's heart has stopped,
but his brain is still telling
him to breath."


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CNATTU Jax opens new


Photo by PHAN Mark Braden
CNATTU Jax Executive Officer Cmdr. James Daniels talks with NAS Jacksonville's
Executive Officer Capt Chuck Tamblyn just after the ribbon cutting of MTU 3032's new
facility June 30.


By ATI(AW) Lloyd Fran
CNATTU
As the broad yellow
bon fell to the di
new era in Avi.
Support Equipment
training began. The C
for Naval Aviation Tec
Training Unit (CNA'
Jacksonville ceremony
took custody of the new
million training facili
June 30.
The original facility
built in 1942, the same
as the Battle of Midwa:
served as the base galli
30 years. Support ei
ment technicians took
tody in 1972 when it
converted into the-pri
east coast support ei
ment training fac
enabling 33 years of te
cal instruction.
"Navy and Marine
training is evolving
rapid pace and this
facility is exactly wha
AS community needs to


training
k up" said MTU-3032 Leading
Chief Petty Officer ASCM
w rib- Tracy Padmore. He added,
eck, a "The electronic classrooms in
nation the new building will enable
(AS) us to better train technicians
enter and leaders. These advances
hnical in technology have dramati-
TTU) cally increased student
dially understanding of material
v $8.2 and shortened the required
ty on instruction time".
"Smart Board" technology
y was and computer networked
year desks are just a couple of the
y and advances in training the AS
ey for personnel utilize in the
quip- 19,000 sq. ft. schoolhouse.
cus- Replacing two separate
was buildings on base, the new
mary 9,000-sq. ft. laboratory con-
quip- tains three soundproof bays
cility where students will operate
achni- and troubleshoot a variety of
support equipment in a
Corps weather friendly environ-
at a ment. The laboratory con-
new tains two bays resembling
it the RV garages that will enable
Keep technicians to move two


facility
massive aircraft crash cranes
indoors, ensuring uninter-
rupted delivery of instruction
and equipment preservation
during inclement weather
conditions. State-of-the-art
exhaust and fire suppression
systems, sound dampening
walls and the ability to with-
stand a direct hit by a
Category Three hurricane
are some of the building
specifications that will
ensure the AS training facili-
ty will stand for many years
to come.
Aviation support equip-
ment Sailors and Marines
graduating from technical
training here at NAS
Jacksonville will support the
CNO's "Sea Power 21" pro-
gram. They will have
enhanced war-fighting capa-
bilities and will do their part
to "ensure our force domi-
nates the unified battle
space of the 21st century".


'Maulers' receive Retention Excellence Award


By Lt. Helen Watson
VS-32 PAO
he "Maulers" of VS-32
were recently award-
ed the Commander,
Fleet Forces Command
(COMFLTFORCOM)
Retention Excellence
Award for fiscal year 2004
(FY04), for the fifth consec-
utive year. Receiving the
award signifies that VS-32
has been able to retain a
large number of the com-
mand's Sailors by convinc-
ing them to "Stay Navy."
TPo win this award, a com-
mand must meet or exceed
the high benchmarks set
for retention numbers in
four possible categories.
Three of these categories,
called zones, are delineated
by the number of years in
service personnel have
acquired prior to reenlist-
ing in the Navy. To qualify
for the award, a command
must not only meet attri-
tion goals, but must also


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VS-32
Commanding
Officer
Cmdr. William
Henderson,
presents the
2004 Retention
Excellence
Award to NC1
Ralph Seard.


C, with 56 percent and 100
percent reenlistment rates,
respectively.
The ability to achieve
these important retention
goals is largely due to the
hard work of the Maulers'
Command Career Counse-
lor, NC1(AW) Ralph Seard.
According to Seard, "this
award means we met the
Chief of Naval Operations'
retention and attrition
goals for the year.
Since the CNO's top

objectives include boosting
recruiting and retention
numbers and reducing
attrition, receiving this
award gives a good impres-
sion on [VS-32]."
Retaining qualified and
experienced personnel is a
significant means of main-
taining operational readi-
ness and mission effective-
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meet the target reenlist-
ment rates in two of these
zones.
The first goal a command
has to achieve is an ,attri-
tion rate of less than 18
percent. VS-32 was able to
maintain nearly half that
rate, at 10.5 percent during
FY04. The second category,
Zone A, includes Sailors
with six or fewer years in
service and has a reenlist-


ment target of 53 percent.
Members with six to 10
years in service make up
Zone B, which has a higher
goal of 69 percent reten-
tion. The career Sailors
who make up Zone C have
10 to 14 years of service
under their belts and the
target reenlistment rate is
set at 85 percent. VS-32
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Jax mayor is looking for your input


Effort to raise city's

per capital income

entering critical

public input stage

From the City of Jacksonville
Mayor's Office
Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton announced the next
stage of the Blueprint for
Prosperity initiative at a news
conference today. A series of com-
munity meetings will be held
throughout Duval County to gen-
erate input from citizens on issues
affecting our community.
Blueprint for Prosperity is a
partnership between the City of
Jacksonville, the Jacksonville
Regional Chamber of Commerce
and WorkSource designed to raise
per capital income for Jacksonville
residents through a strategic plan-
ning process focused on at least
six community foundation areas:
economic development, education,
racial opportunity and harmony,


July 21 Mandarin Christian Church 6045 Greenland
Rd. (Dist. 6 Ext. 706)
July 25 FCCJ North Campus 4501 Capper Rd. (Dist.
8 Ext. 708)
July 28 Celebration Baptist Church 13720 Mc
Cormick Rd. (Dist. 3 Ext. 703)
August 1 FCCJ Kent Campus 3939 Roosevelt Blvd.
(Dist. 14 Ext.714)
August 4 Evangel Temple 5750 Ramona Blvd. (Dist. 9
Ext. 709)
August 8 Northside Church of Christ 4736 Ave. B (Dist.
10 Ext. 710)


infrastructure, leadership and
quality of life.
Duval County is at 96 percent of
the national average for per capital
income, while cities like
Birmingham, Raleigh, Atlanta,
Memphis and Charlotte are well
above the national average. Per
capital income is calculated by
dividing the total income of county
residents by the total population.
The definition includes earnings
from work, wealth earnings from
dividends, interest and rent, and
transfer payments from govern-
ment such as welfare and social


August 11 Jacksonville Beach Church of Christ 422 5th
Ave. (Dist. 13 Ext. 713)
August 15 First Timothy Baptist Church 12104 Biscayne
Blvd. (Dist. 7 Ext. 707)
August 18 Oceanway Middle School 143 Oceanway
Ave. (Dist: 11 Ext. 711)
August 22 Parkwood Baptist Church 7900 Lonestar Rd.
(Dist. i Ext. 701)
August 29 Englewood High School 4412 Barnes Rd.
(Dist. 4 Ext. 704)
August 30 St. Marks Lutheran Church 3976 Hendricks
Ave. (Dist. 5 Ext. 705)


security.
Blueprint for Prosperity has
been gaining momentum since its
launch in April. The first stage of
the project is nearing completion.
More than 350 citizens have par-
ticipated in a series of 29 focus
groups to help identify factors that
are contributing to Duval County's
lag in per capital income.
The next stage involves a series
of community meetings that have
been scheduled in each of the 14
City Council districts between
July 18 and August 30, 2005.
Residents of Duval County are


being invited to become architects
for Jacksonville's future by partici-
pating in one of these meetings.
"We are asking residents to help
us design the future they want to
see in Jacksonville," said Mayor
John Peyton. "This is the most
important public phase of the
Blueprint process. Involvement
from the community is critical to
success."
Community Meetings are being
held during the week, from 6:30
p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Registration will
begin at 6 pm. and snacks will be
provided. RSVPs are encouraged,


Community Meetings Schedule


See Input, Page 13


Blount Island project to reduce costs and improve conditions


From Facilities Team
Southeast Public Affairs
Facilities Team- South-
east (FTSE) energy
professionals recently
identified an energy conser-
vation project that will pro-
vide improved workplace
lighting for Blount Island
Command while saving the
Marines $114,000 in annual
energy costs and benefiting
the environment.
Signing the task order to
the basic ordering agree-
ment (BOA) on June 20
with Jacksonville Electric
Authority (JEA) the local
electric/water/ wastewater
utility company kicked off
the first phase of the proj-
ect.
The cost of the project is
$799,000, with lifecycle sav-
ings expected to be more
than $1.3 million. JEA will
finance the cost of the proj-
ect over a 10-year period
with no up-front cost to the
government. In addition to
the energy savings and


improved lighting levels and
quality, the environmental
benefit is significant. The
project is estimated to
reduce the annual produc-
tion of carbon dioxide by
more than 3 million pounds;
annual sulfur dioxide by
more than 30,000 pounds;
and annual nitrous oxides
by more than 11,000
pounds.
The first phase consists of
lighting upgrades and major
lighting infrastructure
improvements paid for with
the savings harvested from
upgrades to the existing
lighting systems. Lighting
improvements will be made
in more than 575,000 sq.
feet of building space.
Infrastructure improve-
ments include installing
state-of-the-art light emit-
ting diode/photocell security
lighting in areas currently
not illuminated and dou-
bling the number of fixtures
and light level in a 302,000
sq. foot maintenance facility.
The project's second phase


will consist of direct digital
control applications, heat-
ing, ventilation and air con-
ditioning improvements,
compressed air system
improvements and building
envelope improvements.
Earlier this year, FTSE
completed a similar lighting
project in a hangar at NAS
Jacksonville. Sailors there
have been pleased with the
project because the new
lights project a white light
with excellent color render-
ing and sharp visual con-
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Commanding Officer Capt.
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Island Command
Commanding Officer Officer
Col. James Hooks (center)
sign a task order June 20
partnering with JEA for ener-
gy conservation project.
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Account Executive Kevin
MacDonald.


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lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 21, 2005 7


Last words of those dying do matter


By Chaplain (Lt.)
Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
I think I'm safe in mak-
ing the following obser-
vation: Most people
have an interest in a per-
son's last words before
dying. Please, don't get me
wrong! I don't mean a mor-
bid or gossipy curiosity. In
fact, it's very possible that
we may experience a sense
of reverence when witness-
ing or listening to a dying
person's last words.
When doing so, we want
to capture a sense of signif-
icance in those words. After
all, we'll never hear that
person's voice again and we
want to capture what final
thoughts those words
express. To be sure, last
words are a reflection of a
person's first priorities.
History has taught us that.
Let me show you by shar-
ing with you some famous
last words:
Alisa Bonaparte: She
was Napoleon's sister. As
she lay dying, a grieving
friend said to her, "Nothing
is as certain as death."
Alisa then added, "Except
taxes." She then died. This
made her last words among
the most widely quoted.
Voltaire: Promised half
of his possessions to his
doctor for six months more
of life. The doctor refused
the offer based on the


Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
impossibility of the request.
Outraged, Voltaire said,
"Then I shall go to hell" ..
obviously an expression of
utter desperation.
Famous churchman
Charles Wesley simply
said, "Satisfied."
Adonirum Judson: This
incomparable missionary
and statesman said as fol-
lows:
"When the Lord calls, I
shall go home with the
gladness of a boy bounding
away from school!"
Indeed, words have not
only steered the course of
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either to uplift or under-
mine individual lives. Let's
face it, words are important
whether they are spoken or
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we're thinking. If I may
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or undermine it. Our words
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measure up? Consider the
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1. Do our words generally
help or hurt others?


2. Do our words reveal or
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3. Do our words manipu-
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4. Do our words empower
others to live good lives?
5. Do our words express
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words reflect emptiness?
6. Are our words the
same whether the person
we are talking about is
absent or present?
These are difficult ques-
tions but of critical impor-


tance in measuring whom
we are as persons. With our
mouths (or with our pens)
we can speak words of life
or words of discouragement
Some of the most famous
last words in history were
uttered by a young Pales-
tinian Jew while being exe-
cuted on a Roman cross
some 2000 years ago. His
words revolutionized the
world's perspective of God
and created a new hope for
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A Sailor with' his young daughter enjoys artwork on display in the Cummer Museum gardens.


A view of the museum gardens, with the St. Johns River as a backdrop.


1st Sgt. Amanda Conley, station commander, Army Recruiting Station Commander, Navy Region Southeast Visual Support Center Leading Petty Officer PH1 Toiette Jackson and
Jacksonville, discusses art and the military with Cummer Museum Summer her children enjoy a stroll through the Cummer Museum European-style gardens.
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By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
- A ost Caf6 Nights at the Cummer Museum of Art &
M I Gardens, held on the second Thursday of every
month, are normally filled with the city's vibrant
burgeoning arts community and museum members who
*gather to see new work, meet new people and enjoy old
Friends.
However, Thursday was a completely different setting.
About a dozen American flags adorned the entrance to the
museum. Old Glory, swaying side-to-side, appeared to be
-personally greeting the hundreds of Armed Forces members
and guests who attended a historic Military Appreciation
Celebration at the Cummer.
The NAS Jacksonville brass and enlisted Sailors turned
out in force. The Army and Marine Corps were also repre-
sented when Willis M. Ball,III, Cummer Museum chairman
of the board, welcomed guests and acknowledged the mili-
tary member's endless sacrifices and tremendous contribu-
tion to the community. "There has never been a more appro-
priate time to recognize the members of the Armed Forces
than now," remarked Ball, during his speech. "The military
is such an important part of the Jacksonville community.
Right now, they are making sacrifices all over the world so
we may enjoy our freedom. We, with the support of organi-
zations like VyStar Credit Union, are very happy to honor
them. This is something we will do again next year."
SVP-30 Pilot Lt. Joe Levy, who was joined by his wife,
April, and daughter, Audrey, said: "This is a terrific cultural
experience. This is the perfect opportunity to get out and
experience good people and fine art. We thank the Cummer
Museum for giving us this salute."
As it happens, service members in attendance were pleas-
antly surprised by the warm welcome they received at the
Cummer and showed an incredible interest and a newfound


A beautiful fountain adorns a section of the Cummer Museum
gardens.
enthusiasm for the exhibits. "The current exhibit, Picturing
Jacksonville: 150 Years of Photography, featuring a collec-
tion of photographs that capture the history of Jacksonville,
is my favorite," exclaimed AB2(SW) Joe Mcquire of NS
Mayport. "I like taking pictures and this collection blew my
mind."
CMDCM(SW) Chris Green, NAS Jax command master
chief, found the entire evening to be very refreshing. "I like
it. It's very pleasant," he said. "When we go outside the
gate, we are always wondering what the community thinks
of us. I'm learning that Jacksonville is truly a military town
and folks genuinely like the military. I am glad to see our
young Sailors taking part in such a cultural gathering."
The museum was founded in 1959 as a gift from Mrs.
Ninah Cummer, an art collector, civic leader and active
member of the Jacksonville community. Aside from being
the premier cultural institution in the Southeast, the
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is noted for its master-
piece collection of more than 6,000 American and European


(From left) April, Audrey and Lt. Joe Levy, a pilot at VP-30,
Alicia and Kimo Silcox, public affairs officer and pilot at VP-
30, enjoy works of art displayed through out the gardens of
the Cummer Museum.
paintings, an exquisite collection of Meissen porcelain and
the European-inspired gardens. In 2004, the museum
opened its door to the nationally renowned interactive
learning center where visitors of all ages can experience art
at a touch of a button.
The museum gardens sit on the banks of the beautiful St.
Johns River overlooking the hip enclave of San Marco, with
partial views of the city's skyline. "There is something
serene, perhaps even surreal about strolling through the
impeccably kept gardens," stated PH1 Toitte Jackson, lead-
ing petty officer at Navy Region Southeast Visual Support
Center, who enjoyed a cool evening walk through the gar-
dens with two of her four children.
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson said,
"It's a great gathering. As always, the City of Jacksonville
in so many ways shows its appreciation for the military.
This event is a genuine example of their hospitality and
this is why Jacksonville is such a great town for the mili-
tary."
"By holding this Military Appreciation Celebration, the
Cummer Museum has introduced our young Sailors to a
totally new cultural dimension of this great city and I am
thankful," added Dobson.

See CUMMER, Page 9






JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 21, 2005 9


NAS Jacksonville's Honor Support Team parades the colors at the Cummer Museum of Art
and Gardens during the Military Appreciation Night.


The Ancient City Slickers provided live entertainment and delighted the attendees with their
renditions of patriotic and contemporary tunes during the Military Appreciation Celebration
at the Cummer Museum last Thursday.


Photos by PH2 Scott Phillips 8 PH3 David Didier


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson talks with Clarence and Fran Stiefe during the Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens Military Appreciation Night. The Steifes are lifetime residents of Jacksonville and members of the museum.


Photo courtesy of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Board President
Willis M. Ball, III and Esther Schultz, secretary for VyStar
Credit Union Board of Directors enjoy a lively conversation.


Vystar Credit Union staff greet visitors to the Cummer
Museum during the museum's Military Appreciation
Celebration last Thursday.


(From left) NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson, City of Jacksonville Director, Military Affairs Dan McCarthy,
NAS Jax CMDCM(SW) Chris Green and NAS Jax Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn listen as Willis Ball, III, chairman of
the board, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, welcomes and praises the military during the museum's military appreciation
celebration.


A


U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps members Caitlin Daffron, Liz
Evans, Michelle O'Harte and pose for the camera during
their participation in the Cummer Museum Military
Appreciation Celebration last Thursday.


PH3 Clarck Desire of Navy Region Southeast and his son,
Clarck Jr., enjoy a view of the Fuller Warren bridge from the
museum gardens.


CUMMER: Museum 1bits military


From Page 8
Also in attendance at the festivities
were VyStar Credit Union President
and CEO Terry West and Jacksonville
City Council Vice President Michael
Corrigan, Jr.
"I thank the Cummer for inviting
VyStar to be part of this event. We
can never do enough to thank the mil-
itary. They protect our way of life and
I can't say enough about their


courage," West remarked.
According to Corrigan, the evening
was a big thrill. "It's a dual apprecia-
tion night for me. I appreciate the
arts and I appreciate the military and
to have them all under one roof is
remarkable," he said.
As the evening progressed, a mix of
art enthusiasts and well-mannered
military service members shared
food, drinks and sea stories. Patriotic
and Folk Americana tunes softly filled


ajreciation event
the gardens as the Ancient City
Slickers entertained the crowd inside.
"Anything that we can do to appre-
ciate the young people serving in our
military today is wonderful," said
long-time museum member Clarence
Steifel, who was accompanied by his
wife, Fran. "I am proud of the
Cummer Board of Directors for put-
ting this celebration together and for
supporting our service members. This
is an unforgettable night."


U.S Navy Sea Cadet Corps Member Caitlin Daffron creates
her own masterpiece in the Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens Art Connection, an interactive learning center
where visitors experience art at the touch of a button.


(From left) NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn and CMDCM(SW) Chris Green and Cummer
Museum Chief Curator Jeanette Toohey and Public Relations
Director Maria Haines share cultural thoughts and experi-
ences about the City of Jacksonville.


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10 Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 21, 2005


Home childcare program gives


military families peace of mind


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Being part of a dual military
family or becoming a single
military member with chil-
dren can be extremely challeng-
ing especially when it comes to
finding adequate childcare during
duty days or late working hours.
While the NAS Jax Child
Development Center (CDC) is
constantly full of military chil-
dren, the center closes its doors
each night at 6 p.m. and is closed
on weekends.
Fortunately, the center also
runs a program called the Child
Development Home (CDH) pro-
gram which provides military
families the same quality of child-
care in a home setting. "We have
many parents whose children are
enrolled here who stand duty or
work different hours. Home
providers can offer care in these
kinds of situations. They are sub-
sidized for taking children during
other than normal working
hours," explained CDH Monitor
Lisa Williams, who has run the
program for the past two years.
Currently, there are six home
providers available on base and
13 off base. Nine more are in the
process of becoming certified. All
home providers are trained pro-
fessionals who must follow specif-
ic guidelines and regulations
mandated by the Department of
Defense and the State of Florida
if they are located off base.
"Being located on base is more
convenient because it's easier to
become certified. When you live
off base, providers must be
approved through the
Department of Children and
Families. They must also take an
exam and become certified
through the State of Florida.
State officials must also inspect
the home which takes about four
to six weeks to get an appoint-
ment," said Williams.
"It normally takes about 60
,days to become a provider


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Child Development Home Provider
Phyllis Cole (front) pushes a buggy
with two of the children, Dominic
Mace (left in buggy) and Malachi
White she watches along with her
son, Austin and daughter, Morgan
(not pictured) as they go for a
neighborhood outing. Behind them
is Child Development Home
Provider Donna Dregory with two
of the children she watch hs in her
home.
depending on how fast the paper-
work is turned in," Williams
added.
The first step in becoming a
home provider is to make an
appointment with Williams. "I sit
down with th them and explain all
the ins and outs of the program.
After a background check and fin-
gerprinting, they must complete a
five-day orientation program with
our trainer. Once they complete
all their training including CPR
and a first aid class, and all the
inspections are completed, they
can start their business," said
Williams enthusiastically.
The CDC maintains a list of
children who are enrolled at the
center who need childcare. Once
the new provider decides what
kind of care they can offer and
when, the children and providers
are matched up through a data-
base. Each provider can take six
children which includes their own
children under the age of eight.
Two of the children they can care


Child Development Home Provider
Ina Daniel participates in a karaoke
session with 3-year-old Deundre
Williams (left), 3-year-old Jaiden
Deaver (front) and 2-year-old
Jordan Deaver in her home July 13.
for must be under 24 months.
For Home Provider Cecilia
LaGrule, it was the perfect busi-
ness for her lifestyle. "I love chil-
dren. Plus, I can stay home and
take care of my own children. It's
my own business and I'm my own
boss," she said happily as she fed
one of the infants she was caring
for.
"I became a provider to help out
the single military parents by
offering childcare assistance on
base where it's easier for them.
I've been doing this for two years.
It's challenging, but it's really a
good program. I usually care for
two infants and a toddler and
they sure do keep me busy,"
remarked Home Provider Donna
Dregory.
And while the children keep the
providers busy, the providers
keep Williams busy. "My job is
predominately home visits. I go to
the provider's home unannounced
and make sure they are following
the rules and regulations of our
program. I ensure the children
are eating the USDA proportions
required, check that the
provider's certifications such as
CPR and first aid are current, set


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NAS Jax Fire Inspector Robert Winchester gives Child Development Home
Provider Cecilia LaGrule some important information on fire safety during
a routine inspection in her home Thursday. LaGrule, holding 6-month-old
Christopher Maness, has been a provider here for the past two years.


up home and fire inspections and
talk to the providers about any
issues they might have," Williams
continued. "I also speak to the
parents to make sure they are
happy with their childcare."
Williams is a strong advocate of
home childcare. "I believe that
infants up until the age of two do
somewhat better in a home envi-
ronment because it's more close
knit and more familiar. Parents
seem to like it more. As they get
older, I think they should broaden
their horizons and social skills by
coming to the center," she
explained.
While the center has a struc-
tured learning curriculum, many
of the home providers offer the
same learning curriculum the
center follows. "We don't specifi-
cally tell the providers they have
to follow a learning curriculum.


Our trainer gives each provider a
set of ideas that they can incorpo-
rate into their program. She gives
them a theme and they work
from there. It's a great way to
stimulate the children and keep
them busy. Many of our providers
use our curriculum and ideas,"
added Williams.
According to Williams, there is
a huge need for more home
providers in this area. "We have a
great team here, but we are
always looking for more providers
both on and off base. We need
new, fresh and motivational peo-
ple. It takes special people to
work with children. Our goal is to
increase our number of providers
by at least 10 percent by the end
of the year," she concluded.
If anyone is interested in
becoming a home provider, please
contact Williams at 542-5381.


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Argo selected Civilian of Quarter
ByJO1 Mike England Argo has consistently Sailors. Argo was also at what she does and
Assistant Editor shown the ability to man- called upon to assist in the gives me great pride to sii


N AS Jacksonville
Commanding officer
Capt. Chip Dobson
presented Navy College
Counselor Dana Argo with
the Civilian of the Quarter
award during a ceremony
held at the Navy College
Office July 14.
Argo's selection was
based on the superior per-
formance of her duties as
the primary counselor at
the Navy College office dur-
ing the second quarter of
fiscal year 2005.
According to the citation,


age the workload of her
position by mastering the
appropriate skill levels,
managing backlogs during
surge deployments, setting
priorities and meeting
deadlines. During her time
at Navy College, she has
gained the trust and
respect of her superiors,
colleagues and students
alike. Her guidance and
direction to over 165 com-
mands has been instrumen-
tal in the success of the
Navy College office in pro-
viding quality voluntary
educational programs for


training of two contract test
examiners and played a
crucial role in bringing
them up to speed.
Navy College Director
Jeannie Fleming was eager
to recognize Argo's hard
work and dedication to the
education of NAS Jax's
Sailors.
"Dana has been an
important member of our
team for a while now and I
felt that it was about time
she was recognized her for
selflessness," Fleming stat-
ed. "She is without a doubt
one of the best in the Navy


it
ng


her praises."
Argo was surprised to
receive the award and was
quick to point out the hard
work and dedication of her
coworkers.
"I really see this as more
of a team award. Everyone
in this office always rises to
the occasion when there are
challenges to be met. This
award could have just as
easily been given to any
one of my coworkers," Argo
said. "Our ability to work
as a team is what makes
Navy College Jacksonville
one of the best in the Navy."


Photo byJO1 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
presents Navy College Counselor Dana Argo with the Civilian
of the Quarter award July 14 at the Navy College office.


NavHosp Jax recognizes Civilians of the Quarter


From Naval Hospital lax
Public Affairs
Civilian staff mem-
bers play a vital role
at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville and its
Branch Health Clinics in
the delivery of outstanding
health care every day.
Each quarter the hospi-
tal recognizes "Civilians of
the Quarter" who have
made outstanding contri-
butions. For the first quar-
ter of 2005 the following
civilians were so honored.
Honored as the Civilian
of the Quarter, Category II,
was Celestia Thomason,
Nurse Specialist, Consul-
tative Medicine Services.
Thomason was lauded by
Sentell for her "dedication
and exceptional clinical


Photo by Loren Barnes
Nurse Specialist Celestia Thomason prepares retired Marine
Gunnery Sgt. Ed Carmona for a cardiac stress test in Internal
Medicine.


knowledge which dramati-
cally increased patient sat-
isfaction." He noted that
her efficiency and devotion
to improved patient care
resulted in decreased


delays for cardiology refer-
ral appointments. He
specifically cited her excep-
tional cardiology assistance
with ankle/brachial tests
noting that this led to a


significant command sav-
ings of more than $2,500
and reduced patient testing
and evaluation periods.
Sentell lauded Thomason
as a staff member whose
efficiency and versatility
are consistently recognized
by the medical staff and he
said she is "an invaluable
asset to the Naval Hospi-
tal's Internal Medicine
Clinic."
Practical Nurse James
Johnson, Naval Branch
Health Clinic (NBHC),
Mayport was recently rec-
ognized as Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Civilian of
the Quarter, Category I.
Johnson was cited for his
professional achievement
as practical nurse and
medical provider assistant
for NBHC Mayport from


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FROM THE FLEET: Reach out to neighbors


From Page 2

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dren, the visits can be especially gratifying
as you may learn who the other children in
the neighborhood are, perhaps the same
ages as your children. This proactive
measure may be just enough to help others
get over their own shyness. In my experi-
ence, people who reach out to other neigh-
bors find it helps ease some of the tensions


of moving into a new neighborhood.
In the Navy, we move often. Our neigh-
bors come and go, and each of us has a
responsibility to be a good, respectful neigh-
bor. A little common courtesy goes a long
ways. If we're all mindful of the fact that
our actions affect others around us, I think
you'll find living next door to someone can
be quite tolerable, whether you become best
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12 Jax AIr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 21, 2005


Jacksonville NNOA awards recognize scholastic excellence

Jacksonville Public 'A


M ay 14 was a day of
giving back for the
Jacksonville
Chapter of the National
Naval Officers Association
(NNOA). The organiza-
tion, which includes mem-
bers from NAS Jack-
sonville and NS Mayport,
participates in numerous
community initiatives
throughout the year but
the event on that Saturday
was special.
This was the 2005
Samuel P. Massie Scholar-
ship banquet, which
involved more than 100
participants, including
Duval House, a group
home for boys that the
organization mentors.
During the banquet, the
Jacksonville NNOA chap-
ter awarded scholarships
recognizing the scholasti-
cally achievement of seven
recipients. In the past the
scholarship was limited to
local high school students
but this year, the organiza-
tion expanded eligibility to
include active duty Sailors.
Lt. Antonio Ervin, chap-
ter president, explained,
"We are proud of our tradi-
tion of awarding young
high school seniors but
there are so many, young
Sailors who are effectively
balancing their military
duties with scholastic suc-
cess. Efforts of these
Sailors are commendable
and worthy of recognition
and encouragement."
This year's award recipi-
ents were: AZ2 Jason
Glover, who currently
Works at VR-58as a tech-
nician for the C-40A air-
craft. Glover has a grade
ppint average (GPA) of 4.0
and received a college
award to Florida Commu-
rity College at Jackson-
v.lle (FCCJ) of $250.
;'HM2 Crystal Starnes-
wright who currently
works in Naval Hospital


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Photo courtesy NNOA Jacksonville Following the presentation of awards at this year's Samuel P. Massie
Members of the NNOA Jacksonville Chapter with Rear Adm. Annette E. Scholarship banquet National Naval Officers Association scholarship
Brown, commander, Navy Southeast Region and Dr. Edythe Abdullah, pres- awardees assemble with the banquet's featured speakers. Left to right are AZ2
ident, FCCH, Downtown Campus. Jason Glover; HM2 Crystal Starneswright; Matthew Laboone; Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown; Dr. Edythe Abdullah,
Jacksonville's Resources in Tennessee, and complet- R e g i o n president, FCCJ, Downtown Campus; Amanda B. Combass; Kayle Nixon; Lt
Jacksonville's Resources in Tennessee, and complet- Region Antonio Ervin, president NNOA Jacksonville Chapter; Robert Allen and Nicole
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and has a GPA of 3.7,
received a college award to
FCCJ of $250.
Matthew Laboone, a
Fleming Island High
School student with a GPA
of 3.9 received a $1,000
award. Kayle Nixon, a
Stanton College Prepara-
tory School student with a
GPA of 4.0, received a
$1,000 award.
Robert Allen, a student
at the Paxon School for Ad-
vanced Studies with a 3.2
GPA, received $800. Nicole
Kornatz, a Wolfson High
School student with a GPA
of 3.9, was awarded $700.
And Amanda Combass, a
Keystone Heights Junior/
Senior High School stu-
dent with a GPA of 3.8,
received $500.
This year's banquet was
bittersweet because the
scholarship name sake, Dr.
Samuel Massie, passed
away on April 10. Massie
was born in North Little
Rock, Ark., on July 3, 1913.
He graduated from high
school at the age of 13 and
graduated Summa Cum
Laude from A.M. & N.
College of Arkansas at 18
years of age.
He earned his Masters
Degree at Fisk University


Iowa State University in
Ames, Iowa. In 1966, he
became the first black pro-
fessor at the United States
Naval Academy, where he
taught chemistry and co-
founded the Black studies
program, until his retire-
ment in 1994.
Massie's 50 years of com-
mitment to inspire young
people to a better future
through educational excel-
lence is reflected by the
accomplishments of his
numerous students who
have blazed trails in every
field of endeavor.
Members of the NNOA
are proud of its ability to
honor Massie and to en-
courage academic excel-
lence.
"The members of the
NNOA are particularly
proud of this event. There
is an entire year of prepa-
ration that is channeled
into it: fundraising, appli-
cant solicitation/screening,
and event coordination just
to name a few. We are
proud to contribute to the
future of the scholars who
received awards," said Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washing-
ton, Scholarship/Banquet
chairperson.
Commander, South East


Ad m .


D. Kornatz.


Annette E. Brown, a life-
time member of the
NNOA, opened the event
with a discussion entitled
"Something Here."
The guest speaker for
the event, Dr. Edythe M.
Abdullah, president, FCCJ,
Downtown Campus, graced
the audience with a
themed discussion of "Be
Light."
She spoke of how at this
stage in their lives they
felt they knew everything
and that their parents and
other leaders were not the
enemy. She encouraged
them by providing encour-
agement for the pursuit of
academic excellence.


She highly encouraged
the youth to read "Your
Best Life Now: 7 Steps to
Living at Your Full
Potential" by Joel Osteen
during their summer
break. She said it would
change their lives.


To find out more about
this organization, visit the
national Web site at
http://www.nnoa.org/ or
contact Lt. Cmdr. Nancy
Wilson-Jackson, at 542-
7663, regarding member-
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ASW: Wing to host multi-national group


From Page 1


Over the next month,
NAS Jacksonville will host
aircraft, crews, and main-
tenance and mission sup-
port personnel from Maine,
Virginia, California, and
even Canada. "We expect
to provide mission plan-
ning, briefing, in-flight
support, and data analysis
for over 40 flights during
this exercise period" said
t.t James Remington, the
exercise control officer for


Commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing 11.
"The wing looks forward to
hosting aircraft and crews
from Wing 5 in Brunswick,
Maine and our Canadian
Air Force allies," he
remarked.
In fact, this exercise is
notable for its integration
of NATO naval forces as
well as Navy Reserve com-
ponents. In addition to
Canadian aircraft operat-
ing from NAS Jacksonville,
the Spanish destroyer,


AOC(AW/NAC) Dave Heitmeyer and AT2(NAC) David
Firouzi (NAC), VP-16 flight engineers, review the mainte-
nance records of their P-3C "Orion" in the VP-16
Maintenance Control spaces prior to preflight.


SNS Alvaro de Bazan, will
train and deploy as part of
the Theodore Roosevelt
Strike Group.
Navy Reserve Compo-
nent personnel have also
been seamlessly integrated
throughout the strike
group and exercise plan-
ning staffs, filling identical
billets and positions along-
side their active compo-
nent counterparts. During
IAC, the Navy's Reserve
component served on
Theodore Roosevelt, USS


AT1 (AW/NAC) Fredrick
Hampton, a VP-16 in-flight
technician, ensures proper
operation of the sonobouy
chutes.


Stout and the Tactical
Support Center, NAS
Jacksonville. "IAC is a
great example of the active
reserve integration," said
Cmdr. Jon Blacker,
attached to NR NSAWC
0194 Det FLTASWCOM.
"Being an integral part
of this Fleet Response
Training Plan exercise pro-
vides the opportunity in
currency and exposure to
Strike Group tactics, tech-
niques and procedures for
integrated ASW.
By providing mentors
and liaison officers
onboard the carrier, com-
batant ships and the tacti-
cal support centers we are
able to become part of the
strike group ASW capabili-
ty, ready and fully inte-
grated," he added.
IAC is just one of the
innovations in ASW train-
ing and tactics being initi-
ated by FLTASWCOM
under the leadership of
Rear Adm. John
Waickwicz. As nations
around the world acquire
modern, quiet submarines,
the risk to U.S. forces at
sea continues to increase.
ASW effectiveness
depends on the ability to
coordinate ASW missions,
operations, and tactics
among a wide variety of
Navy ships, submarines,
aircraft, and shore com-
mands exactly the capa-


Photos by Lt. Cmdr. Duane Short
AM3(AW/NAC) Gregory Turoski, a VP-16 flight engineer,
inspects the aircraft's hydraulic service center prior to flight.


abilities that IAC is
designed to develop and
hone.
In addition to the exer-
cise, FLTASWCOM is
charged with improving
ASW training and profi-
ciency promoting rapid
delivery of new ASW tech-
nology to the fleet, and
standardizing the way the
Navy measures ASW per-
formance and competency.
After their flight, debrief,
and mission analysis, the
Sailors of VP-16 Combat
Aircrew 8 go home for


some much-deserved rest.
However, the experiences
of the crew and the ships
they worked with during
their flight will be record-
ed, evaluated, distilled,
and incorporated into the
training process in order to
improve the collective
ASW capability of the,
entire strike group.
By the time Theodore
Roosevelt and her accom-
panying ships deploy, they
will be ready for any
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IRAQ: Local Sailor returns from deployment under CMATT


From Page 1


After deploying in
November 2004, Harris
found herself in a place
that was completely unfa-
miliar to her doing a job
that she had never done
before.
Her job at MNSTC-I was
to support the Coalition
Military Assistance
Training Team (CMATT)
by administering English
tests to Iraqi soldiers
attempting to qualify for
Army Ranger School state-
side,
"I took a lot of pride in
what I did over there," she
said. "I think that I played
a significant role in train-
ing those soldiers."
Of course, the actual
work Harris did in Iraq
was only a part of her expe-
rience there. The day-to-
day existence of .service
members in the green zone
is impacted by the constant
threat of attacks by terror-
ist forces.
"There was always some-
thing happening in the
green zone. Whether it was

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Despite the constant
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two-man rooms were given
to personnel in the green
zone.
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were pretty good. They
gave me my own cell
phone, which could receive
incoming calls from the
states for free, the food was
really good and the Morale,
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when we weren't on duty,"
Harris said.
MWR provided service
members with parties and
games including a few that
were held at the palace
that used to belong to Iraqi
ex-president Saddam
Hussein.
Harris completed her
tour of duty in Iraq last
month after being in coun-
try for six months. While
she's not eager to return to
Iraq anytime soon, her
experiences there were
generally positive.
"I have a few fond memo-
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palace and talking with a
few of the Iraqi's I met,"
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The following workshops are available in July
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the shallow water egress trainer at the Aviation Survival Training Center pool at NAS
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Orlando Shopping Trip
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Sterling Casino Cruise
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Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
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Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
Tonight, shuttle departs at 6 p.m.
Free food.
Scuba Certification Trip
July 22-24
$150/person
Includes transportation, lodging, rental and certification
card.


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Children enrolled at NAS Jacksonville's Morale, Recreation and Welfare Youth Center Summer Camp enjoy a day of canoeing
at the Mulberry Cove Marina. Front to back are Michelle Garrett, Kaitlyn Rose, Matthew Breen, Erika Bryan, Kiera Brown and
Petronia Hall. The marina offers a wide variety of rental boats at low cost. For more information, call 542-3260.


Texas Hold'em Tournament
July 25, 7 p.m.
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For information on booking command or private func-
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main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
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Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.


Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Million Dollar Baby (PG 13)
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Every Thursday free kayak/canoe rental for active-


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from the USO
J ;acksonville Jaguars
tickets ard going on
sale soon! The USO
sells tickets to every
Jaguars,., home game
includingg pre-season) for
88 per'ticket. In order for
us to be able to sell these
tickets at this price, there
are a few rules we need to
follow. We ask for your
cooperation so we will be
able to sell the tickets in
the years to come. Here are
the rules:
These tickets may be
purchased by active duty
members only. We will be
checking IDs when we sell
the tickets.
Active-duty members
may purchase a maximum
of two tickets per game and
can bring any guest they
choose (civilian or military.)
Active-duty members
may purchase a maximum
of four tickets per game if
they choose to bring their
spouse and children.
Ticket holders must
enter the stadium via the
USO gate, located between
Gates 3 and 4. Other gates
will not be able to allow
entrance to USO ticket
holders.
These will be gate
guards at the USO gate to
ensure the rules will be fol-
lowedi. Military IDs must be
presented to the gate
guards. No exceptions will
be made by gate guards
regarding the USO ticket
policy. Violators will be
turned away. Please cooper-
ate with the gate guards.
They didn't create the
rules, they are just there to
make sure the rules are
being followed.
Ticket sales begin at 8
a.m. at the USO at NAS
Jax (9 a.m. at the USO at
Mayport), two Mondays
prior to the game. The first
game is Aug. 13 against the
Dolphins. Tickets will go on
sale Aug. 1. In the event the
ticket sale date is a holiday,
tickets will go on sale the
following business day.
Commands or groups


(FCPOA, CPOA, etc.) wish-
ing to hold an event can
also purchase tickets.
For individuals who will
be deployed, there is a pro-
gram called "Sailors
Aweigh" that can provide
free tickets to the game so
your children can attend.
For more information on
group sales or the Sailors
Aweigh Program, call
Sonya at 778-2821.
The following is the
upcoming season schedule:
Aug. 13, 7:30 p.m. Jags
vs. Dolphins, tickets on sale
at USO Aug. 1.
Aug. 25, 8 p.m. Jags vs.


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ets on sale at
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.p.m. Jags
vs. Sea-
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p.m. Jags
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sale at USO
Sept. 19.
Oct. 9, 8:30 p.m. Jags
vs. Bengals, tickets on sale
at USO Sept. 26.
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Texans, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 24.
Nov. 13, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Ravens, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 31.
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Colts, tickets on sale at
USO Nov. 28.
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49ers, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags
vs. Titans, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 19.


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By Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo
Special Contributor


Editor's Note: Olivolo is the
command financial specialist
at the Naval Healthcare
Support Office, NAS Jack-
sonville
These days, with the
volatile stock market
and astronomical
real estate prices many
Americans are turning to
annuity products as a way
to "guarantee" a certain
amount of return on
investment.
In plain English, an
annuity is a bunch of
structured payments or
equal payments made reg-
ularly, like every month or
every week.
According to the
Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC), annu-
ities have become a part of
the retirement and invest-
ment plans of many
Americans. Before you buy
an annuity, you should
know some of the basics -
and be prepared to ask
your insurance agent, bro-
ker, financial planner, lots
of questions about whether
a variable annuity is right


for you.
Although annuities are
technically insurance prod-
ucts, they are often pro-
moted as investments that
"vary" according to how
you invest the assets.
Don't invest in variable
annuities without under-
standing them.
Investments in variable
annuities do grow tax-
deferred; however, tax
rates are low these days
and the money you with-
draw will be taxed at
income rated, not the lower
rates for dividends and
capital gains. You can get
tax-deferred growth from
your Thrift Savings Plan
(TSP), company 401K plan
or Roth IRA.
Getting out of an annuity


nuities

can be costly. The high
surrender fees of some
annuity products reach 7
percent or more. On a
$100,000 investment, your
"surrender fee" could total
$7,000. Gasp! Also, with-
drawing before age 59
might also trigger a "sur-
render fee" taking a huge
bite out of your overall
return on investment.
Beware of annual fees
too...these can sometimes
reach 2-3 percent of your
total investment.
Annuity salespeople try
and sell you on the annu-
ity's added "death benefit."
Be careful. The big catch
here is that you have to be
dead to receive it. Your
heirs will likely only
receive the amount of
money you put into the
annuity.
Generally, it's an expen-
sive feature that makes
more money for the insur-
ance company than for
you. Plus, if you already
have SGLI or other type of
term life insurance, why do
you need life insurance
attached to your invest-
ment?
There are some annuity
companies such a


Columbia College offers classes at NAS Jax
From the Navy College Office
The following are the classes available for the early fall session which runs Aug. 15
through Oct. 8 through Columbia College at NAS Jax:
Day/Time Course Title Bldg./Room
M/W, 5-7:30 p.m. CISS 241 Introduction to Programming 110/Lab 1
M/W, 5-7:30 p.m. MKTG 331 Consumer Behavior 110/1
M/W, 5-7:30 p.m. PSYC 304 Personality Theory 110/5
M/W, 7:45-10:15 p.m. CISS 350 Advanced Algorithms and Data 110/Lab 1
M/W, 7:45-10:15 p.m. MGMT 361 Human Resource Management 110/1
M/W, 7:45-10:15 p.m. PSYC/


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T/TH, 5-7:30 p.m.
T/TH, 5-7:30 p.m.
T/TH, 7:45-10:15 p.m.
TH, 5- 10 p.m.
TH, 5-10 p.m.


SOCI 325
CISS 410
CJAD 350
POSC 433
CJAD 415
ACCT 281
PHIL 330


Research Design 110/5
Computer Networks and Comm.110/Lab 1
Corrections and Penology 110/6
Balkan Politics 110/5
Criminal Procedures 110/5
Accounting II (Managerial) 110/1
Ethics 110/Test Rm.


First class 8/26, Last class 10/14
F, 5-10 p.m. ECON 293 Macroeconomics
For more information, call 778-9769.


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LIFE: Sailor saved by base fire department
Fiom Page 3
As the firefighters were assessing the patient, the Navy medical unit arrived. As
they arrived, the patient went into full cardiac arrest. The firefighters immediately
started cardiopulmonary resuscitation as the medical unit broke out their Life Pack.
NAS Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall then directed the firefighters to use their automated
external defibrillator (AED), at which time the pads were applied and the unit advised
shock. The patient was shocked and a pulse was observed.
"We recently acquired the AED and it has already saved two lives at NAS Jax. It's
really an amazing device and I think it played a significant role in saving this Sailor's
life," Hall stated.
A helicopter Medevac was then called to transport the patient to the Shands trauma
unit. By the time the patient had been transported to the airfield he was semi-con-
scious and was fighting the firefighters only 20 minutes after the initial call.
It was unbelievable that only 15 minutes before he was clinically dead," said
Firefighter Nathan Hutchinson. "Usually severe heart attack victims go into a coma,
but this guy wanted to fight the emergency medical technicians (EMT) on the helicop-
ter."
The patient was then transported to the trauma unit where they found that he had
suffered a massive heart attack and had a complete blockage of two arteries in the
heart. He is expected to make a full recovery and was released from the trauma unit
July 11.
"The attending trauma .surgeon called me and congratulated us on saving this
Sailor's life," Hall said. "He reported the patient was saved by the AED and our quick
and professional response. In fact, he reported the patient suffered no detectable brain
damage at all due to the incident, a real credit to our department and its members."
The patient was AZ1 Burnett Dozier, a Sailor with NAS Jax's Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment (AIMD) Jacksonville, who is married with two children and
was getting ready to retire in September. Thanks to the NAS Jax Fire Department,
he'll get that chance now.
"To be honest, I don't really remember a whole lot about that morning," Dozier said.
"I just remember not feeling very well as I was walking to AIMD's front gate. After
that, it's all black. I just remember waking up in the hospital. My whole perspective on
life has changed. I'm just kind of taking it one day at a time. I'm very grateful to the
NAS Jax Fire Department and everyone else who has supported my family and me."



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Tours and Tickets Office (I.T.T.) July 13. The cheerleaders were there to kick off the begin-
ning of the Jaguars ticket sales at the I.T.T. office.


Vanguard and T. Rowe
Price that offer low-cost
annuities and don't levy
surrender charges, or offer
any "death benefits."
However, for most people,
it is best to max-out on
TSP (or 401K plan), Roth
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Fall softball meetings
These meetings will be held Aug. 10 in the con-
ference room in Building 850 at the following
times:
11:30 a.m. Greybeard (NAS Jax active duty
ages 30 and up)
Noon Intramural (NAS Jax active duty only)
12:30 p.m. Women (active duty, dependents
over 18, retirees, DoD)
The season is scheduled to begin in
September. Commands having an athletic officer
or designated representative attend the meeting
will receive five Captain's Cup points.
Open league softball meeting
The meeting will be held at 3 p.m. at Mulligans.
The league is open to active duty, dependents
over 18, retirees, reservists, Department of
Defense and all Naval Aviation Depot employees.
The season is scheduled to begin in mid
September.
Officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.


Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K- Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k
bike
Sand Volleyball Standings


Teams
VP-30


As of July 15
Wins
9


Losses
1


CV-TSC
NAR
HS-15 Sand Fleas
CNATTU (2)
CNATTU (1)
AIMD 610


Intramural Golf Freedom League
Standings
As of July 15
Teams Wins Losses
FACSFAC 4 0
HS-11 3 1
FASO 3 1
Navy Band 3 1
VS-32 Gold 2 1
CNATTU 2 2
NCTS 1 2
VS-30 1 2
HS-15 0 3
AIMD 610 0 4

Intramural Golf Liberty League


Teams
VP-30
VP-5 Officers
AIMD Gold


Standings
As of July 15
Wins
3
2
3


Losses
0
0
1


VP-16
VR-58
VS-32 Blue
AIMD Red
Blount Island
VP-5 Enlisted
AIMD Blue
VP-62

Summer

Team
Protest This
VS-30
VS-22
HS-15
Naval Hospital
Blount Island
HS-11.
Air Operations
AIMD
Run & Gun
VP-16
Power Playaz
VP-5
VS-31


SBasketball Standings


As of July 15
Wins
5
4
3
2
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
0
0
0


Losses
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
3
3
3
4
4
4


COMMUNITY CALENDAR JAX TALES


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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. The
Navy Jax Yacht Club is a mem-
bers only club open to all active
duty, reserves, retired military
and active and retired DoD civil-
ians. For more information, call
778-0805 or email com-
modore@ njyc.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit http://groups.
firstcoastcommunity.com/mom-
sclub.
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
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an


open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church at 4101 College Street.
For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
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.f1 x.org.
The NAS Jax Yacht Club will
hold their annual "Poker Run"
Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. Anyone inter-
ested in participating should call
Dave or Jeanne Bailey at 779-
7394 or 651-3990.
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-
ipopopl @cs.com.


Upcoming activities at


Westside Regional Park

A Treasure Hunt will be held
tomorrow from 10-11:30 a.m. IA
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ana 1-2:30 p.m. at westside
Regional Park Nature Center.
Participants will learn how to
use a compass to locate hidden
treasure.
A Snake Savy class is
planned for July 25 from 1:30-
2:30 p.m. at the park. Learn
more about the common snakes
in Florida and if they are ven-
omous or non-venomous.
Learn Grapevine Basket-
weaving July 28 from 10 a.m. to
noon. Participants will learn how
to make a basket using natural
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Inodile every ING MATERIAL I on preserve, $390k in-yard 3,000 sq ft appi$108k463-0665 FIN-NOBANKavailnow 43+bonus LandHomesPackages
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AM'2PM 213.4155 DAY. THANKS PLEASE tiful house 1,200.00 SPRINGTREE- 3/2 Renovated Brick torh Ow/uake view, no
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o home, in prestigious AFFORDABLE QUALITY hood555W.49h St realtor $429,900 3/2Double Wide
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Found amenities & options. pool, porch & more, Cal247- 3995Ext.06pfCOM d5-CMiddlurg.n/Keystone. Value More Than $100K
246 GA $409,900. CallFlaschenremod.3/2 3BR/2BA 1649 SF. ESELUAXHOMES.COM hdwd in it.newroof, AC
Lost Black Toyofessons.at 7212611 for appt. From the $150'de 3 BR w/ e 00 42 St. Augustine Save Thousands 247-7980
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705 6 In32tra1oast u rschl st&emel,8 $1693000 o rpen ---or39
bedroom,d0.69 acre 306uInd_ 904-759-0247 278-6005 904-537-6835appt. PCS Offer$325k. 561-346-4999 $980 Down $580 Month Wanted
fenced yardingroundRTT N3/2ustom built Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385
120 Notices pool, lakefront, 2 car aOMTTYTOWN/home 2100 sq ft. WHISPER RIDGE FSBO
garage,120 es 239900 ABANKREPO 2brhome, HOMES BYTONEY Remodeled 4/2 Central builtfortallpeople new hm, 1845sf.3br/ MOVING! MUSTSELLI ANGELO BUYS
DR. P.H.Elagscos $29,9009Forlisting 320 Westside CRC-057161 A/C L fenced yd. (raised counters); 2ba den, (opt 4th brm) 3/2, 1525sf+ over 2 acres HOUSES CASH !
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8th St. as of 8/8/05. CLOSETOBEACH 1.2acres,brck,3/2grt 759-7671KEVIN RENTTOOWN4/1 off mortgage $71K. Only or 5016951 Ive msg Call Mr. Bradley 8741862 distressed, vacant or
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up prior to 8/8/05. 302 Riverside 2/1.5, 1100sf, TH. Bit '00, flrs,8acre pond/pool. Westside 3/2 1500+SFBADCREDIT iresteand see or for o2A Wateron N ROE-11 ANYCONDITION..
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have records ready. stay, scr lanai, lake view 1a0pet/paint, fenced 1- 866-291-1701 before 4/2, only $49,900. Free NO DEAL TOO BIG or
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t openings available 800-749-8124 x5545 455-0989 windows, 105K 778-4101 BOATING, SKIING, FISHING PROPERTY300AC. NEW 5/3, 21oo SQ.Fool.y 90621636
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nludd 60$69,9 310 Mandarin00BANK REPF 3/2, Only 3/2 2 car gar, Irg yd, frontage. $1400/pm Cl 477-4225 or Email at 0481352
wk iycall2781 962 3 0 5 Southside 800-74 8124 x5437 North $359K. 904-249-9607*for all. Serious.in4- onlyilatVacant Land to build
wkly call 278-1962 305 Southside 800749 -?24'?57 101325, 1 o h E dBEAUTY!* mcom, 5a$70K g Ae ls lu.oet WANTED TO BUY
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Beautiful, Cute 3/2 w/FP, 333-4442 Realty Exec. 800-749-8124 xF589 800-749-8124 x5573 16x30 shop. 2/3 ac lac w/dock 21/2 yrs SIDEFSBO3/2DW Unfrnished
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ROOMC -102 288-4431 or 333-1061 Injuries Deaths Auto Accidents 1422SF. all brick, 3/2, Wont last long $105,700 Central location, pool.
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no realtors. Must be 33Harbor Prkwy 264-3108 EXTRA NICE w/ocean TH 3/1.5, Close to
(4) Vertical Milling Machine Mod. M53, 13x40 v4ree" i ews.INtoNeksn
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o00"749"8124erxDcrewCORCE/YLAW98 x3lease/option. $189,900 new gated comm. w/ shops. hdwd firs. ch/a.
Lathe Engine Gear Head Screw Cutting Lathe DIVORCEFA ILY LAW 904-571-5234 S'SIDE/The Lakes 3/2 amenities on SR 13,4m fp, Indry, $925m. 3844479
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Table 2)Hand Speed Grinders w/Attachments, 12" tilecarpet, ge. Child Custody Li osure3bed$31,000x $13.offer 9 me warr'ty RIVERFRONT
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Attachments, Vertical Milling Machine Mill $239,900 80-3713 eTCTT new $17 K PCS call vnewgated.$199,900 180 AC -Farm and tim BEAUTIFULw 3-71
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on lake $254,900 obo ATTORNEYS AT LAW 2car ar 1/2accrrt. vate garage pool. views Cool MTNteps 3BR'sVery Nice!
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410 Condominiums
OAK LEAF PLANT/
ARGYLE New condo 3/2,
no pets, appi incl. $1100
mo. Call 904-655-7352
Cell David 278-5443 hm
OP 2/1 Newly remodeled.
Great loc., wtr & amen
incl $875m. 881-7444

I ORANGE PARK |
NEW 3/2, rent or RTO,
$850mo.oguarfin.
$129k. 276-6446

ORTEGA Luxury Water-
front, 3/2, gated, boat
slip avail, Summer
special $1350 534-1327
ORTEGA RIVERFRONT
Venetian, 2/2+loft.
Gated amenities.
$1000m. 904-226-1700
Ortega Riverfront Condo
New 2/2. loft, $950, Incl.
full amenities, 813.5010
Ponta Vedra Beach 2/2
garage, frpl. scr. porch,
w/d, pool, no smoking.
$1125. 334-2721/613-2569
PVD/Befleza New 2/2.
gated w/amen., appl.,
1200m.904-338-5692
PVB 2/2, fpl. lakeview,
close to bch, w/many
amen. $1150m. 716-6270
PVB Belleza total
renov. 1/1 $875mo. 2/2
$1175mo. 285-8011
PVB OCEANUNKS2/2, fpl
scr prch, W/D, gated,
all amen., alrm $1075m.
904.273- S732/349-3947
Riverfront/Lakewood 3/2
all amen. gated comm,
grt view. $200mo. 349-4144

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

SO'SIDE- new II Villa-
gio condo, 2/2.5, pool,
fitness, $1125 742-9613
SOUltSlIDE -3/2, rent or
RTO $1250, lakefront +
amenities 992-0940
S'SIDE- IL VILLAGIO
2/2 5.1384 s f.ss
ap p.granite.lake
view,gated $1125mo+
sd. 755-6818
ST. JOHN'S CO. I/I +den.
lurn. avi immea. near
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6ro or longer lease
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WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
Legends II. 2/2 brand
new unfurn pool & gym
S1 199mo 1st/last
904461 5506
WSIDE 2/2 Waterfront,
Nr Riverside. free boat
dockage, $895m incl
water, sewer, pest
cnrri. garbage 757 0775

415 Mouses
d415 Furnished

BEACHES Ocean front
beautifully funm'd 2,'2
utils. $295Om 626 1080

A42 7Houses
420 iUnfurnished

4 2900sf house 3/2
1/2. Dig lort. lake
tLlview 10 minutes
base, beach, car-
pet. tile $1,650 month
no pets 803 4184
ARGYLE -3/2.2 car
garage h/a. S900mo.




152Chelmsford Drive
3/2 1260SF $910
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

Co'ns Ridge Subdivision
8411 Anues Drive North
3/2 1457SF $930
Fenced Yard Avail July 15
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Lakeview ,4' Watermill
9290 Prosperity Court
4/,2 1745 1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060

!Laeview -a. Watermill
8267 Ste.ling Drive
4/2 15543sf $975
FEDERATED MGOIT GROUP
(904)7304-8060

Ai review ', Watermill
9367 Prosperity Court
3/2 1741 $1150
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)7308060
Argyle
Nerltwood ai Watermill
9189 Fallsmill Drive
4/2 1745$1095
FEDERATED MGOLT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
APlantation Village
466 Sherwood Oaks
3/2 1449SF $950
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ATL BCH 2/2.5. gar.
1200SF. 4 bik to ocean
/twn cir. fen bk yd
w/new deck. yd svc.
immac $1300m 343 3880
ATL BCH 2/2 (avail 9/1)
2245 Fairway Villas Ln N.
$L200 +sec. 422-3423
Atl Bch Townhse 1100sf
renovated, 2/I.5 w/d,
822 Cavalla off Royal
Palm $950mo. 855-3288
AVONDALE Arts & Craft
Bungalow 2 3BR/IBA
hdwd firs. fp. Inc yd.
crdt ck. $1200. 1st & last
month, responsible pet
owners w/dep 384 7474
Brand new house 'n
Bm .-5 Polnt. 2634 sq
T: 5DR' 3BTH" 3 c3ar
gamrge: C0Oerea p.,rcr,
on runservato ln lot: -5
-rle iroT. nagh scnool:
uoDIIX. BlOCKbdsters an
eairier .. 2 I miles ir- n-,
eementiarv and middle
scn0l0; $1500 'nor, m rno
31n1 allowed. Call Kun at
307 .e02ar Helen 69. 5102


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

CF & HAS Batchelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Pet OK!
Ref Req 778-2897
Fleming Island 3/2 -
2 car gar, guard tub
lane, 2002st $1350/mo.
discount for long term
lease. 904-504-8162
808-620-1719
Fleming Isl Plant- 1 stry
4/2 2c gar, $1495.2stry
5/4 3c oar $2195.+all
amenities 278-8330
For rent 3/2 two
car garage corner
l10lot fenced yard
close to town and
schools $1050.00 Marth
912-673-7471
Green Cove Springs
ARAVA 3083 Seth Drive
4/2 1465SF $950
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Green Cove Springs
BRAND NEW HOMES!!
Silver Creek
Three bedroom Models
to choose from $975 & up
FEEAhED M= Gl GROUP
(904) 730-8060
House For Rent old
0r Ortega 2 or 3
b"aber ms I BA $700
463 24392
ICW/PABLO BAY New
spacious 4/3. 1900S0
$1700m 904-814-7613
ICW brand new, 4/2,
ready now, $1495mo.
Call 537-6835
ICW-lntercoastal
Waterfront dock, 4/3,
2285sf, remodpart fum,
$2400mo, pool & lwn svc
incl, $2000dp, 223-6850
ICW -KERNAN -3/2,
1650sf, incld lqn
svc/w/d, $1295 891-6738
Jax. Bch 3/2 2 car
gar., seabreeze
woods area. large
exec. home,
shaded lot, w/d $1350
mo annual call
904-460-0975
JAX BCH- 72 Oakwood
3/2, 2 car oar, Irg yd,
$1700mo. 904-249-9607
JAX BCH HOMES newer
Irg immaculate 3/2 &
3/2.5, WD, Irg fenyd,
lawn serv. $1500 + dep
249-2428 or 285-6283
JCP Amen's, 4/2/2 bit
'03, ready now, $1290
gated comm 408-243-8552
JCP-Beaut. 3/4br,2ba,
2000sf.fenced.$1250mo +
$1250 dep 374-5734
JuL Crk. Plant New 4/2.
Great schl's. must see
$1275m 904 742 6686
JUL CRK PLANT, 3/2.5TH.
Icar. 1463sf, all appl,
$999m 15l Southern Bay
904-333 1379
Jul3 Mouther, Bay
3.'2 5 1460SF $103S
FEDERATED
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MAO PT GOLF&CC: gated
Exec 3/2 2160SF. estate
lot S1400mo 264 1425
MAND 3/1, w/d. Ig yd.
newly renovated $950mo
No pets Call 311288 8422
Mandarin
10070 Hawks Hollow
3/2 1645SF $1025
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MANDARIN -2/2.5. TH.
LR DR combo. CH&A.
Iplc eat in kit, on
pond. S850 731-3518
SMIDDLEBURG/Hwy
220. 3/2. gar. quiet
t|neighborhhood.
close to daycare.
NAS Avail 8/5 $910.00
904 806-1188
MIDDLEBURG
1065 Lana Court
3/2 1428sf 5785
Owner requires $1200 S.D
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MIDDLEBURG
1951 Calusa Trail
3/2 1475sf $925
LARGE FENCED YARD!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Murray Hill 3/2.CH/A
4609 Royal Ave 160051
$10lOOm+dep 699-2770
N.E. SIDE Victoria
Lakes. 2 000sf. 3/2 *
odc. A Rated Elem Schl.
$1395mo $1395 dep. NS,'
No pets. 502-5519

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

NORTHSIDE -HUD OK,
9070 1st Ave. 4/2 $750
1919E 27ch 4.'1. 25
Leggett Realts 396-3212
Northslde
Sherfield Oaks
Subdivision
3440 Brahma Bull Circle N
4/2 1745SF $1075
FEDERATED MOUT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
N'Side-4,'2.Executive
HomeAll amenities
included.Avail 09/01/5.
References req Excellent
for short term duty.No
pets. 904-655-2533
N'SIDE 5/3. 2130 Ribault
Cenic Dr & 3/2. 1141
Kenmore St. 904 766 3331
O.P./ GCS Wowi Grand
New & 3/4or on lake
$1150 Tara q54-227 uf,0
O.P. 2 story Colonial
in Old O.P. 2700st. 4/2.5
wood lirs. rplc. heated
pool. $1750mo 269-7999
O.P. OAKLEAF -Brand
new, 2400sf. 4/3. lanai.
$1495mo 505-3648
O.P nr Fleming Island
Elem School. 2450sf.
4/3.$1350 993 6706
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Brand new 4/2
$1275MO. 904 291 2936
OP/MBURG '03. 3/2
1400SF. tile. big yd.
S110Omo 9043342724
OP 3/2, dble car garage.
1950sf. SI500m.
Debarry & Gano 655 2099
OP-4/2, Bellair W. area,
340 Aries, no pets,
$895/895. 904-272-7352


FEDERATE


MANAGEMENT


ARGYLE
8234 Rocky Creek
3/2 1841SF $900

7717 Westport Bay
4/2 1450sf $950

8153 Leafcrest
3/2 1800SF $1095

ARLINGTON
11631 Tananger Drive
3/2.5 1440SF $795

4555 Misty Dawn
3/2 1530SF $1095

7980 Cherry Blossom
4/2 1600SF $925

4031 Arbor Lake
3/2 1783SF $1050
FENCED

ICW
935 Collinswood
3/2 1691SF $1195
$999 1st month rent

SOUTHSIDE
3408 Cullendon Lane
3/2 1227SF $975
FENCED
W/SCREENED PATIO

2318 Townsquare
3/2 1114 $900
FENCED

12340 Silent Brook
3/2 1432SF $925

MANDARIN
11248 Spurline
2/2 1159SF $825


ORANGE PARK
523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1050

1585 B Vineland
3/2.5 1500SF $845

2753 Secret Harbor
4/2 1745SF $1050

1969 Swallow Run
3/2 1219SF $900


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

12377 Fisherman's
Wharf
4/2 $1070

8992 Derrickson
3/2 1186SF $895

313 Fort Milton
3/2 1800SF $1025

11913 Dover Village
3/2 16505F $1025

MIDDLEBURG
3904 Hideaway Ln.
3/2 1268SF $875

1798 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $875

1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350SF $800

3723 Alcove
3/2 1268SF $895


10848 Crosstie Rd West 2753 Secret Harbor
4/2 1900SF $1050 4/2 1745SF $1050

357 Redwood Lane
3/2 1300SF $1025 GREEN COVE SPRINGS
2787 Sapid
YULEE 4/2 1465s $995
861824 Worthington I month free
1 12/1)1 122r- a 1n~*


420 Houses
420 ,Unfurnished

OP Fleming Island,
brand new condo, 3/2.5,
single car gar, golf
course, pools, lots of
amenities, $1200 mo,
904-269-6757
ORANGE PARK 4/2 hrd
wd firs, credit chk,
$950/mo. Call 673-4660






ORANGE PARK
Brand New 3Bed/2.5
Bath + Loft. 1600sqft. +
single car garage 1250p
mo. + 1 mo. dep. Ready
Oct. 1st Call Angie. d
386-383-3891
ORANGE PK 3/2. 2 car
gar, Ig1 grt rm. frml din,
fen yd, no pets or smk-
Ing, $950mo 264-6805
PALM COAST/AlA. Lg 2/2
/2 w/Den, tennis, pool,
bcih'ICW $1200m
904 654 5976/262 5584



wwwa i.kiscorn
$Si995mo 285-1403
PV -5/4, 3400sf
$2950mo. Call
386-569-4787
PVB/Fiddlers Marsh 3/2,
2cgar, comm pool/ten.
$1375m. 352-514-1848
PVB -3/2.5, 1800sf+, scr
pch. comm pool/tennis,
1295mo. Call 887-6288
PVB 3/2. 32 Capecod.
E. of AlA, 3 biks from
bch. fncd yd, hdwd firs
$1900m 904.940.7258
Regency-3/2.2 car
gar.new crpt,$1250 mo
$1000foo sec dep.708-7443
SAN JOSE/BOLLES -3/2
den, wood firs,gar
1400sf no pets, $950
3639 Coronado 731-1599
SAN MARCO 3/2 + bonus
1650 sf, Ig kitchen,
indoor w/d. Call 683-6967
San Pablo-Near inter-
coastalSan Pablo
Rd.3/2,all appi, lyr lease,
$1275. Call 477-3193
SOUTrNSIDE -1817 Jef-
ferson Rd. Spacious,
1700sf. 4/1 5. $1150Omo.
+ $1150 dep Call Today
1 545-2342 or 419 1001.
ask ior Stan
Southslde
3910 Grand Central Place
3/2 1441 SF $1015
500 OFF 15TMO RENT!'
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 130-8060
Southslde
7801 Pt. Meaaow Dra3307
2/2 1200SF $1095
P0ol included in lease!"
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
SOUTHSIDE CONDO
3/2 5. great views.
screened lanai. gar. nr
Tinseltown. Rent
Source 981-9191
SS/Lakewood 2'1- 3644
Morton St. ch/a.NO peLs
1800m Crot ck 737 6020
S'S 3/2, Lg fncd yd.
$995 dp. 7051 Diamond
Head. 287-9165,728,0361
S'SIDE- 3/2 newly remod
Iwn serve Inc.$1 100mo
+1000 sec. 641-5244


A20\ Houses
420 Unfurnished

S'SIDE Lakefront. 3/2.5.
community pool, culde-
sac $1200/m 998-3933

St. Augustine Florentine
beautiful 3/2 brand
new, $1350mo. Call
434-8424; 904-887-9691;
St. 11ins Co/Heritaga


ST. NICH -3/1, new cpt,
tile, kit cab, apple,
$850mo. 463-4912
WESTSIDE & NORTHSIDE
2, 3 or 4br, $600-$1400,
FREE LIST 19 Homes. 1
Rent Source 981-9191
Westslde 3/2 w/garage
avail 7/30. $950mo.
$950 dep. 904-6545030
WESTSIDE new brick 3/2
2car gar 2010sf
$1250mo Call David
Ramdass 904- 783- 8663
WSIde-2bed,block,
CH&A, Rent to own $200
dep. $575mo. 534-4882

A42 Manufactured
Homes

& Fleetwood 1996
16X80 2 and 2 t.re.
pacee covered deck
rear dishwasher
stove frig all stay 15,000
673-7450
NWJAX -CLEAN 2BR, AC
No pets Priv Lot, Unfum.
$340w" CALL 764*0640
PHILLIPS NR AVENUES
Lease to won, $800 mo
$800 dep. 2/2, Iporch,
7643 Sunwood 287-8721
W'slde 5/3 TWMH on 2.5
acres, avail 8/1 $900.
mo. horses ok Call
NiKki 904-434-07k5

430 Roommates

OP 2 Story hse w/pooL
Also M'burg Horse Ranch
n/s $325+util's. 612-6646
Orange Park- Share
..I large 2-story home
with pooI-$325 + until
Dep 612-6646
(non-smoking). Also share
4-acre horse ranch in
Middelburg (same price)
4 ROOM FOR RENT.
Ir mile from NS
Maipor t$400m.
CaI/lS.593 9448

SRoommates
wanted 3bdrm. 2
bth S400m dep
Arlington, 15 m.r.
irom Mavport close to
JU. split utilles P 0 C
904 234-1652 Robert
Meggs
SOUTHSIDE -female
caregiver needed Lite
FREE. & earn 5600/mo
Limiled duties from
Sp-9p. to assist with
walking. microwave
dinners, negtable
n'gr.ts *on Dro' :3 :0
,, WANTED 2 ROOM-
MATES u,00 in, a i.
k L, E n.:,rne Crc.,okcrru. '
ner OOOi 2 car gar
large, arad ,T.In:- I0 :-e
912 6.7I 3058
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
Cbl, ph. w/d all until mnl
$1OOwksec dp 962-3338


435 Rooms
3 to Rent

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

4, Room For Rent,
Q Quiet country
Setting. all utilities
include furnished
unfurnished $375.00
monthly Chip and Tina
912-882 3506
4 Room for rent
month 2 month
$300 all utilities
near NAS JAX call
Sandy 908-4016
A Sofa Sleeper and
loveseat, cream
with gray, black
and rust print.
$250.OBO779-7327
Beach]e
440 Vacation/
Resorts

Estate Lake Home 4/2.5
ch&a, 6ac, 400' on lake,
dock, 732-4678 See at:
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OCEAN FRONT CONDO.
SL Augustine $S595wk.
352 376 9644 wwi
oldcitV corn. cceantront
OWN rIMESHARE
PROPERTY at 5 Star
resort on Island of Saint
Maarten in Caribbean.
www.pelicanresort.com
$8,000. financing avail.
Ph. 904-571- 7195
Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent

REGENCY AREA -
New Ofc/Wrhse, 1500SF-
Call 813-6242

Businesses
50 For Sale

PRESSURE WASHING
BUSINESS FOR SALE. &/or
equipment. Trailer
w/many X-tras. 5-mos
remain on Ins.,-Tag Lic.
Acct. Transferable.
$7800obo. 904- 246-5797

5=15 Office Space
For Rent

MANDARIN on San Jose
Blvd. 1150sf,$1500mo.
Call 904-288-7373

P/T Officea 5 SS & JTB
IncL Recpt, conf. mi.
Off equip. Wired for Net
$200. mo. Call 281-0566

55 ,Retail
S 2 For Rent

ATLANTIC BLVD. ICW
1150 st. 1000 mo 904
220-9081
Yulee 3000sf In new
busy stri p aL L
Blandlng d. -Orange
Park /Mlddleburg 1200
A 140Osf avail in new
catlr. w/rSt exposure
CaUbot Worgn
1-800-630-7505
RMW Properties.
550 Business
S50 Opportunities

BAKERY CAFE: Mandrin
Area. Motiated seller
Call 704-8209


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707 Driver
TRUCK DRIVER- PT/FT.
Must have had class A
CDL for a minimum of 2
yrs. $16.84/hr + ben-
efits. 25yrs old. Cell
phone req'd. Clean DL.
Call 354-4855 M- F.
10am, noon


EARN UP TO
$500-$700
WEEKLY

Work When &
Where You Want
Only Gator City offers
state of the art tech-
nology for the safety
of our drivers:
GPS Tracking
On-board Camera
System
Computerized Dis-
patching
Come work in the
high- tech world of
taxi service where
safety is priority.
Must be at least 23
with a valid Drivers
License.

493-5200 (Jax)
249-6289 (Bch)
GATOR CITY TAXI



709 Aviation
PURCHASING AGENT
3-Syr Aviation exp.
competitive salary and
benefits. Send resume
to 6025 Flightline Rd.
Jacksonville Fl 32221 or
apply on line at:
www. fllghtstarjax.com


710 Industrial/
710 Trades

A/C INSTALLER
Residential. Co. benefits.
DFWP. Call 764-1015

Auto Glass Installers
Lee & Cates Glass is
looking for exp install-
ers who wish to work
for the leader in our
industry. Low turnover
exc benefits. Send
res um e to HRa
904-355-0131 or call
Bob9 )904-354-4643.

Auto
PROSTAR COLLISION

full benefits, excellent
pay. Call Andy 737-6850

CABINET SHOP
Builders, Laminators,
with min 5 yrs experi-
ence and General
Laborers. Top pay
based on experience.
Benefits pkg. Great
work env. 730-5004 Ext 7

CARPENTER
FRAMING EXPERIENCE
W'side. Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759.2875

CARPENTERS &


wood bridges. Hand
tools a plus. Transp. a
must. Will help with
gas. Call 783-9479 or fax
resume 695-2237

CARPENTERS & PROJECT
MGRS- high end
remodeler seeking
detail oriented trim
carpenter. Exp in resid
remodeling a must.
Must have own tools &
transpt. Background &
drug check req'd .
Steady work & ben-
efits. 387- 0770

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Canl Max 8 0- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE

CARPENTERS Trim, Exp'd
Only. Own tools & trans
642-1320 or 591-2304

CARPORT INSTALLERS
Earn $1000/wk.
Call 904-298-3301

CONCRETE FINISHERS
For RB Baker Construc-
tion. Medical, dental,
pd vac, pd holidays
401K. Pre- Employment
Drug Screen. For more
info call 904- 824-9901 x
202 EOE/DFWP

CONSTRUCTION SITE
CLEAN-UP. Class D' Lic.
req'd. FT, good bnfts.
904-786-5503

ELEC. /& HELPERS
local verifiable exp.
Full benefits avail.
Apply at Thompson
Elec. 108 E. 27th St.
353-1500

ELECTRICIAN
Residential Co benefits
DFVIP Call 764 1015

Glaziers
Lee & Cares Clas is
looking for comrm g13-
ziers w/3 to 5 years exp
to work for tne leader
in our industry Much
work to do Up to
$18/hr Sena resume to
HR d-904 355.0131 or


710 Industrial/
7 *** Trades


Growing insulation sub
contractor based in N.
F1 seeking a highly
motivated team player.
For construction esti-
mating. Succesfful-
candidate must have
exp accuratley taking
off blueprints, general
computer skills & pre-
paring detailed bids.
should be able to
demonstrate the abil-
ity to multi task
handle large amts of
information, & be well
organized. Fax cover
letter w/resume
expalining why you are
the best candidate for
the job, include salary
req. Fax 904-632-1213
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
with construction exp.
Call 904-545-2051
HOUSEWRAP
INSTALLERS
Must have transporta-
tion. Pay based on
experience. Benefits/
Bonuses. Hardworking,
reliable people only.
636-0707.
INSULATION INSTALLERS
earn up to $750/wk.
Valid FL Drivers Lic a
must. Will train. Sign
on bonus / exp only.
904-781-0081 James
INSULATION INSTALLERS.
Residential blown and
batt. Exppref. Dri Lie a
must! Wilkinson Insu-
lation, 904-396-1651
INSULATION SALES
PERSON / ESTIMATOR
Exp only. Full benefits
company. Call James
781-0081
Bff"lgi1:irpatlz
New Home Constr Duct
Mech, Service Techs. &
Equipmt changeout
Exper. prefd but will
train, good pay & ben-
efits DFWP 278-0339
PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must. Call838-3827 or
Ofc. 264-t7086
PLASTERERS- Exp'd ,
must pass drug test &
bkgrd check, own
transp. Call Bill Sanford
Inc 384-0211
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For new construction
Crockett Plumbing.
904-387-0176 DF=P
PLUMBERS &HELPERS
Top pay, paid holidays,
Vac, dental. Medical .
Ph. 732-5554
|dq11 l:t1 1 Ir; ':1411 :1
Experience Required
Great benefits. Helpers
wages up to $14 hr. Full
Ins. & other bnfts. Call
Darley's Plumbing. M-F
8am 3pm 727-1484.
PRODUCTION MANAGER
for Commercial Print-
ing Co 904- 620- 8444 x 21
SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
Electrical and mechani-
cal required. $30-$50K
DOE. Vehicle furnished.
Benefits. Clean drivers
license and overtime
required. Fax resume
to 727- 536-1804 attn
Gene. EOE/DFWP.
TILE SETTERS.TRIM
CARPENTERS &
HELPERS-DL & transpt
reqd.Call 716-9116
VINYL INSTALLERS-
w/exp, Steady work.
WOODSMAN
Call Tim 565-1314 x225
WELDERS to work on
refuse containers. Pre-
fer exp. Benefits Avail.
Start 1mm. 904-759-5209
Windy Harbor Golf Club
is seeking:
2 Golf Course Maint
staff. Exp prefd.
$10.11/ hr to start.
Shirley or Bob 270-6720

7 Marine
_711 Trade

INBOARD/OUTBOARD
CERT. TECH Mercury &
Volvo. Suzuki 0/B exp.
bnfts:Blanding 777-1383


711 Marine
7 1 Trade

MARINE DISPATCHER
Req. mature depend-
able person w/good
communication, cust
serv. &PC skills.
Knowledge of marine
environment helpful.
Full benefits. Fax
resume and salary req.
to 904 757-2254 E.O.E

MARINE SERVICE
MANAGER- needed, call
Catfish 777-1383

SHIPBOARD TRADES
Immediate need. 4+ yrs
ship repair exp. Tools &
transportation
req'd.Work is at May-
port Naval Base
SShipfitters
Welders
SOutside Machinist
SPainters

RiLgers
Applyawith (2) forms of
L.D.to: Integrity Staff-
ing, 7242 Merrill Rd,
Jacksonville. 762-0700
or email resumes:
jfails@ilntegritystaffing.net

SHIP REPAIR
Mayport Naval Station
Now accepting
applications for the
following:
PIPE FITTERS
PIPE WELDERS
SHIP FITTERS
WELDERS
*SHEETMETAL
MECHANICS
OUTSIDE MACHINESTS
RIGGERS
MARINE ELECTRICIANS
*LAGGERS
Minimum 5 yrs
experience
MARmME MECHANICAL
SERVICES
2444 MAYPORT ROAD
ATLANTIC BEACH
FLORIDA, FLORIDA
(904)241-0998


712 Mechanic

FIELD TECHNICIANS
Qualified for an
expanded & growing
construction co. Great
benefits. Please fax
resume 904-268-7479
or call 904-268-4400
FORKULIFT MECHANIC
Exp'd. F/T Start immed.
Salary based on exp.
Some tools req'd. Ph.
904-387-2000 or email
info@baxleyforklift.com
MECHANIC Auto/Truck.
Gas/Diesel. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904-695- 7045

ommerclarer
Corporation, due to
enlarging our fleet, we
have immediate open-
ings in the mainte-
nance department for
Diesel Mechanics and
Trailer Mechanics. Full
benefits and competi-
tive pay. 3 shifts
available.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
764-4516
888-547-6649
EOE. Drug Free Work
Place


714 Insurance




Join a national effort to
assist in the enrollment
of the new part D pre-
scription drug plan for
retirees on medicare.
Duties include education
and distribution of part D
materials. You will work
in pharmacies and senior
centers in your local
area. Training is pro-
vided.
Call today to secure
full information.
Phone number
(904) 332-0715


714 Insurance
PROCESSOR: forS'side
loc Detail orientated &
Excel skills a must.
Previous ins exp a plus
MRedmond@bsg-ins.com


SI Management/
715 Professional


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

Beach sw dev co seeks
trainer/sw support rep.
For details visit:
http://www.casesoft.c
om/employmentlshtml


New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610


RBHS has the follow-
ing openings:
Behaviorist.
Elementary School
BA/BS, 2-3 yrs exp.
w/children
Clinician -Juvenile
Justice
MA/MS, exp. pref.
Emergency Ser-
vices Evaluators-
Weekends
BA/BS + 1 yr experi-
ence in diagnosis
Apty In person
a1i1i p1 n M.Fonly)
or mano resume to
RENS, Human Resources,
900 Unvsity Blvd. North,
Suite 700 7t Floor),
Jacdkonvll, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EOE/ A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE


WORKERS
COMPENSATION ADJUSTERS
Great opportunity for
self-driven individuals.
First Commercial
Claims Services is
seeking Workers
Compensation Adjust-
ers with 3- 5 years exp
in the Jacksonville
area. Individuals must
possess a Florida
workers Compensa-
tion license. Experi-
ence in claims inves-
tigation, determination
of compensability and
litigation. The indi-
viduals must also
possess excellent
verbal and written
communication skills.
Please forward resume
to jnobles@matrixpeo.com
or fax to (904)636-5760.


720 Medical

STAFFING COORDINATOR
with exp. Org Park, non
medical homecare
office seeking indv for a
rewarding staffing
position Reg daily face
to face ana/or phone
interaction with clients
& care givers APPLY
only if you have staff-
ing exp, a pleasanr
phone manor are a
people person, pos-
sess ability to multi
task, have proficient
computer skills, mG[mt
possibilities. Email
resume homeinstead193
@ bellsouth.net


LPN's, CNA'S, HOME
HEALTH AIDES
COMPANIONS
& SITTERS
$6.50-$10.00/hr
PT&FT,. Apply at
Underhill, 3515 Hen-
dricks Ave. Req'd
FDLE, physical &TB


MA- needed for busy
Fleming Island practice.
Fax resumes
904-278-2866



FTor PT Beach location ,
Exp prefd Fax resume
904-273-8511


PHARMACIST
Work at Naval Hospital
$37.86 $44.11
PAID HOLIDAYS/401K
HEALTH, LIFE
& DISABILITY
Phone (888) 621-9727
Fax (888) 620-0092
www.lanierindc.com


RECEPTIONIST for Ig
medical group.
Fax resume 634-8912


720 Medical

RBHS, MHRC and
MHCJ have the fol-
lowing opportunities
available immedi-
ately to people who
want to make a dif-
ference in the lives of
others:
RNs Great Sched-
ules Full Benefits
M- F, No Weekends
required. Baylor,
Weekends only.
LPN Homeless
Outreach
FT Days
Community RN
FT, MH/SA population
Mental Health
Techs
FT, PT, all shifts,
direct care
For more Info,
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer ben-
efits. PRN RNs and LPNs
MHTs always welcome.

onal 4 pjnT, MI F only)
or maD resume to
RNS, Human Resources,
900 Univeiste vd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743- 5109
EOE/A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE


723 Dental

DENTAL ASSISTANT- Min
3 years chairside exp
req. FT fax resume to:
721-6151 / call 724-6321
DENTAL ASS T w/front
desk exp. 41/2 days,
benefits. Fax 778-3730

FRONT OFFICE FT
knowledge of dental
billing & software. Fax
resume 904-268-8648
RECEPTIONIST- FT for
busy dental office.
dental& computer exp.
Fax res. 904-721-6151 or
call 904-724,6321

725 Office/
I C Clerical

ACCOUNT /WARRANTY
COORDINATOR
Will order flooring
materials &schedule
repairs. Flooring exp
helpful. RFMS exp a +.
Fax 904-880-5329; email
bcrowder@hamwayflooring.com
DISPATCHER / CUST SVC
Person for AC Co. gen'l
ofc skills. F/T 260- 0464
ENTRY LEVEL RECENT
needed immed for fil-
ing/ answering hones
Call 288-93lC fax
resume 904-288,9007

735 Restaurants/
13 1Hotels
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301





CHEF
Experienced line cook.
Day/Night shifts avail.
Top $$ in area.
GOLD CLUB 645.-5500

Counter Clerks &
Waitress
Call Malabar
641.5033
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
BARTENDERS NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-m. AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

DANCERS *
Waitstaff and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Busiest club in town!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500

JACKSONVILLE AREA
ALE HOUSES
Restaurant/
Kitchen Manager
We have 3 restau-
rants in the Jackson-
ville area and we're
GROWING! We have 37
restaurants in the
state. Join the busiest.
most popular res-
taurant in town.
"Everyone loves the
Ale House" Enjoy the
benefits and bonus of
an "award-winning"
regional chain.

Fax (S61)744-3111

Waitresses, Bartenders.
Doorman
Call 399-1110


River Garden Hebrew Home
Always Recruiting for the Best!

RNs
LPNs
C.N.As
Interested?
Contact Human Resources. 11401 St.
Augustine Rd.. Jacksonville. FL 32258.
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737 Real Estate

BUILDER SEEKS
TITLE SUPERVISOR.
5yrs Industry experience
Fax resume 904 541 2290.
AGENTS WANTED to join



client leads, competi-
tive commission. N.E.
Florida homes realty.
Lee Thompson. Broker.
all for interview.
419-4877

745 Sales

AUTO PARTS SALES
Exp'd. Exc pay & oppty
Call 757-1975 x 213






We are
looking for
Sales
Auto Technicians
Lot Managers

Apply at either
location:
Call Eric Porter

1120 Cassat Ave
9046959595

LEASING
CONSULTANT
For Irg apartment comm.
in southside Jax. Exp.
helpful, 32 hr per week,
competitive salary, fax
resume: 904-721-3771

747 Telemarketing

TELESALES-Hrly +
comm+ bonus FT, PT
Org Park area. Earn
$60K + 272-7825

750 Technical/

Roadway Quality
Assurance Professionals
Kevlle Enterprises, Inc.,
a growing Construc-
tion Mugmt. and Insp.
way cost. engineers /
inspectors with FDOT
certifications for future
projects.
Send Resumes, Refer-
ences & Salary history:
mwhitehead@keville.com
or fax to (904) 493.6071




Must work any shift &
weekends. Pay rate up
to $10/hr if qualified.
Apply at 7999 Philips
Hwy, Ste 305, Jackson-
ville FL 904-737-4949
Drug screenngre eq'd.
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
in Superviswirs, O
Executive protection
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALLo 1-888-39 8903
www.specialresponse.om

755 Miscellaneous

FLOOR STRIPPING
$9/hr with advance-
ment oplty's. FT night
work. Will train. Must
have vehicle. 880-5436
FLOOR TECHS
Experienced. Transp.
req'd. Full or part time
positions, unusual hrs.
DFWP $8/hr & up.
Call for appt. 396-7090
HOUSE CLEANERS
Car/ins required. Must
have clean background.
F/No wknds, $9.00/hr.
No exp req'd. 730 -7201
LABORERS & LEADMAN
for landscape & ground
maint. work. Apply
4850 Rosselle St. Call
384-8411
Landscape Maint. PT exp
helpful, transportation
needed. 904-509-7018
LAWN SPRAY TECH
Clean DL. Growing Co. Pd
Vac/ Hol. all 288-8494
LEAD COOK
with exp Excellent pay,
full benefits, great
team! Naval Station
Mayport. Call John or
Marie 270-5143

Molly Maid, M-F, 8a-s5p


Call 904-269-5505
SEVERAL POSITIONS AVAIL
DL req. CDL pref.
Full time. Benefits,
p Drug Testing.



760 Part-Time

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

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

DEMONSTRATORS
BOARS HEAD
Do you have a selling
atlt uoe' $9 00/hr We
need your smile Fri
Sun to promote Pre-
mium products in Super
Markets in Orange.
Park. St. Augustine. &
Jacksonville. Apply at
2758 Dawn Rd. s'side
904, 730 5007
HOUSE CLEANING
9-3 flex. $8.75 $10.00 Car
req'd. 280- 5339 Iv msg.

762 Work At Home
CUSTOMER SERVICE,
RESEARCH, COLLEC-
TIONS I am seeking a
job in these fields
telephone lines and
Internet access avail-
able. Call 904-779-5025


830 Child
SCare

Childcare excellent care
& references. Reason-
able rates. Westside
near 1-295 & 103rd St,
Call 772-0915, 616-5722
4, Childcare provider
Shas opening 2 yrs +
<|.older. Please call
247 5 2 5 9 or
228-327-7793
CHI ILDCARE W'side/OP
area mother of 2 can
babysit 4U anytime!
Meals, fun and morel
772-1089

n1C Financial/
"-o Accounting

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


870 Lawn Service-
De Landscaping

GERROD LAWN SERVICE
*Mow & go $25* Wkly
full svc $35; *Yrly con-
tract wkly full svc. $35
Call 904553-0030

890 STree
8902 Services

***Anything at all***
Just call
JAX TREE EXPERTS
674-3655
509-8530

894 Massage

#1 OUTCALL/INCALL
Top quality massages
with little or no wait
9AM-9PM 7 days/wk
MM15239 242-8998

895 Miscellaneous

41 Tworks Interior
| Decorating Begin-
V ner sewing class. 3 2
hours classes $60.00
Decorating Service avail-
able call 534-6642

900 Antiques

47 Antique 60"-round,
Sctr-pedestail oak
SI able., opens to
accept leaf. $450.00
photo available
382-31201arry.anson@
wylelabs.com
7 Antique Dresser
S1880's $600. pic-
t u r e a t :
home.earthlink.net
/-jahendreick/dresser/
945-1271

902 Appliances

14 cubic foot Ken-
So more upright
freezer and GE
counter top stain-
less microwave both 3
years old $125.00 OBO
04-287-4159
CAMERA. Nikon D70
Digital Camera & access
28. 90mm lens,
70-300mm, lens 2 bat-
teries hand held
remote. Much more,
like new $1000
904-962-5402
4 Dishwasher almond
| color$58 24 in built-in
or counter runs good
737-7218 leave mes-
sage
SDishwasher
Almond 24 in for
counter. Runs well
$50 729-7218 leave
message

Ele Articles
905 For Sale
47 36" Patio table and
two high chairs to
SI watch. $40.00 call
912-266-2694
47 10 Piece Patio Set
$328. Loveseat
chair, Ottoman 2
l glass tables and
lamp $520 great cond.
Call 273-9987
4. African Art Prints
all sorts plus
,Masonic and
eastern star prints
you must see to believe
call 778-2464
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything nowl
358-2265 259-2292
Barber Chair-Koken
great for den or game
room, .$1000.246-3680
Bicycle Lemond
T Racing Style 51
O/Fisher bike com-
puter super-cond
$600 call 226-1291
Booths,meat slicer, walk
in cooler, fryers, and
much much more.
Please call Bob
850-253-3808
4 Boys 24" 10 speed
I bike red excellent
Condition $25
47 CAR CARRIER
TSears, Sport 20 SV
163X38X21 like new
$100 904-221.3363
Car Subwoofer and
SAmo 10" sub in
v|tu e no box
needed. Crossfire
70WX2 Amp. Excellent
condition. $100 882-5267
& COMMERCIAL VCR
STRAIN COLLEC-
< TION- 28 tapes $75
W 757-1936
Country Kitchen
T table with three
4J |chairs $50.00 call
912-266-2694
4. CPO uniforms short
Sand long sleeve
<|shirt(L). pants (3L),
$5.00 each Eisen-
hower JKT(44) $15.00
904.29185221
Electric Clearing
47 Machine Pressure
V washer Coleman's
Power Man paid
$199.00 asking $75 call

47 For Sale Gazelle
l supra bought for
I J200.00 will save for
S100.00 O.B.O.
241-4915 or 472-9752
7 Four P225 70R16
General $150.00
V|.OBO compaq 2
V spks rebuilt $150.00
OBO Bill 246-0301
47 GE Washer/Dryer
/ set heavy duty
< |must sell $200 00g
call 537.7904 after 7


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For Sale

4 GRAND CARAVAN
SE 99, 80,000
miles, garage
stored cloth $5500.
Call 629-6597 or
737-9983.
4 High Chair-Fisher
SPrice.$50/offer.
tL Stroller-Graco.$50/
offer. Pack-n-Play
-Graco $50/offer.
Please Call 272-4806
4 Kenmore Gas Dryer
used 3 years
1$100.00, Emerson
Microwave used 6
wks $25.00, CD's some
new R&B, hip hop, rock,
country $5.00 ea
912-882-3593
4. King Size Mattress,
Sbox springs, frame,
I excellent condition
$150; Live near KBNSB
in St. Marys call
912-882-5267
Large Char Broil
Smoker with side
firebox $50.00
219-4329
47 Mend 24' 10 speed
bike red Murrey
ttibrand excellent
Condition $25.CO

Moving sale
everything must go
TV's mattress grill
pictures coffee
table end tables sta-
tionary bike etc call
904-641-4545

Must Sell
Due to Divorce
2005 Necchi Sewing Machine,
Makes Fancy Stiches.
Buttonholes, & Much More!
Cost $529 Sacrafice $195
To See Call 904-465-2886
Wiln Deliverl
Oak Hall Taniz with
mirrows $350.00
Jecall 912-26 62690
SPool -24ft/18,000
gallon ,filter,
ladder, pumpfree
pr delivery.$1000/offe
r.Please call 272-4806

4. PORTABLE BABY
.TSWING Exc shape,
1 $15, Graco Baby
WSeat only used 6
mo's $25 904- 573-0254
4. Rubbermaid Slide
S- Lid Outdoor
S i Shed, 1.5 yrs old
paid $395. Will sell
for $295. great cond.
Call 273-9987
4a Size 8 White Wed-
Iding Gown never
SI worn purchase
k from the bridal
shop call before 8PM
lease 269-1478 $300

SSolid Oak 48"
SRound Table
4t ex-cond $250 call
226-1291
Solid oak Real top
Sdesk $400 solid oak
|/hall tree/curio
cabinet $150
215-5337
4 SunQuest Pro 16 SE
Tanning bed with
kt electrical outlet and
a breaker for immediate
hook up. tan year round
$1,000.00 call 912-266-2694
47 Tony Boselli
(X-Jaguar) life size
tlecardboard color
stand-up $100.
firm 268- 2482
r TV, 32 inch Toshiba
S| Picture in picture.
timer, great pic-
ture and sound.
remote and manual.
$95. Firm 268-2482
4V Two Transom
S1Mount MInn Kota
S| rolling Motors
$125.00 17 LBS
Thrust three speed and
A 36 LBS Thrust six
speed call 912-227-0930
Varl Kennels (two)
tan intermediate
Size 32L x 22Wx 23
H. each used just
once. retail $90. $25
each. 317-7980
X Man Arcade Game,
up to 6 players, $300 obo.
Call904-636-9629

9 1 Arts &Crafts/
9 Hobbies

FULL CERAMIC STUDIO
Approx inventory $10k.
Asking $6000obo.
904-268-0975
ONE DAY FLEA MARKET
Needs Participants
904-307-4773
920 Business/
Office

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

DIAMOND RING center
stone 2ct marquise.
perfect cut & clarity,
12mm x 6mm. VSI color
G, total 4cts. appraisal
$50M644 asking $19,200
maKe offer See by
appointment only. Call
386-467-8167 or
386-546-2124 Iv msg

925 Computers

SCompaq laptop
4 computer with
I4internet explore
microsoft word
and more perfect for
school work cd player
301-318-3841 $200.00
4, Computer- note-
Sbook,xz355,Pen-
lium
4,1.6GHz,768mb,ext
ernal dvd+cdrw.wire-
less card,15inch,
xga+tft screen,win-xp
,$%75 call 779-7327
4 Computer Sony
T Desktop Rs610 Pen-
/tium 2.80 GHz 512 MB
DVD +R/RW CD-ROM
56 K Modem 21' crt neat-
gear router 54 mbps war-
ranty $675 call 779-7327
47 Computer Sony
Desktop RS610
V I /Pentium 4 2.80 Ghz
6512MB DVD+R/RW
CD-ROM 56K Modem
21" crt net great router
54 mbps warranty $675
4.7 Kenmore Washer
/ and Dryer works
I |/GREAT! $350 for
-both 060. Please
call 729-5654 or
904 228-0240
47 Monitor and two
speakers Gateway
\l/b r and $30.00
904 277"8205
47 Notebook com-
I puter XZ355 Pentium
<|/4 1.6 GHz 768 MB
O0VD-ROm CD-RW
Wireless 54 mbps card 15
Inch XGA-TFT screen
WIn-Xp $675 call 779-7327

928 Electronics
47 Bose 901 Speakers
(black) a must see
[ Iand hear $300.00
-for pair call
912-266-2696


928 Electronics

SMobile DJ mixer
Sand (3) CD players In
\ Jmoblle DJ case. plug in
play karaoke on
wheels $600.00
912-266-2694





A945 Garage
MblDt Salesr

E Arl Pleasantview Dr.
misc furn, appI, h'hold,
toys, ciths, Fri/Sat 8-2.
Fruit Cove Sat 8-1 1916
Hawkcrest Dr. Tools,
book, baby, sofa, misc
Mandarin Fri & Sat. 8-8
Plant sale indoor/out-
doors 2640 Loretto Rd.
Mandarin Fri & Sat 8-2
7/22 & 7/23 Books,
children clothes, lots
odds & ends!
3149 Laurel Grove N.
Mandarin Moving Sale
Sat 8-? Furn, & loads
of Stuff Corner of
Caron & Tan 262-6497
Mandarin Multi Family
Sale Sat 7/23, 8-2, 11950
Marbon Meadows Dr.
furn, wash mach, sm
appli, kit, holiday, more

t Island. Sat 23rd
Fi C7:30-11:00 Camp-
din g Gear, Kids'
things household items.
204 Laurel Landing
Blvd.
San Marco Moving Sale
Sat 9-3, Furn, antiques
pictures, misc stuff!
3940 Alhambra Dr W.
Westside
CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE
Sat July 23 am- 3pm
8523 Normandy Blvd
47 W'SIDE Multi-





This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting al
$7/Day
Sal5 Satr7r2on, 78-FL2-A


Muwrra Lawn

Mor Lawn Mower
/recylc plug.d
Very good cond.$120.0


l.old runs great
$50.00 phone
264-1514 after 5pm
4 Murray riding lawn
9 mower with
vlI/dethather engine
Seeds work six
years old $100 call
908-4830
7 Murray riding lawn
m mower with
ldethatcher. engine
need work. six
years old. $100. call
908.4803

955 Household


Queen Size Sleigh Bed
white solid wood $300
mattress/boxsprg $100
all excel cond. 382-5364

BED-A- BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 674-0405
Bed-AAA Affordable


Queen Set. New Plush
an Deliver 334-8573
Bed AAA Can Deliver
Twin set $79 Full $99
must sell 334-8573
Bed AAA Mattress $295
New Plush Kingsets

4. BED Full size bed1m
2 suit. antique maple
poster bed,
makeup dresser,
cheat, good cond $350.
912-510-6522


Bedroom 4Pc Set $29 I
SBACK TO SCHOOL i
SPECIALSI!i
2 PC Sofa&Chair From$199
1 PC Oak Dinette Frm $199
i3 PC Qn Simmons Bd $1981
3 Pc Sealy Twin Bed $125
r3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
IVCR's From $12
20" Color TV's From $75
crowaves From $2
COURT CLEARANCE
3 (9 6c04 -er9000 J

4 Bedroom set-
twinwhitecanopy,
I large dressersmall
dresserwith mir-
ror,night stand,box
sprng, mattress$5s$00

Two Queen Sz Adj beds
like new. paid $1250ea
sell $600coea. 771-5973
BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. In Plastic. $120
(904) 674 0405
BUNK BED -full bottom,
twin top, solid wood,
mattresses incl. $300
obo. Call 710-4780
Captains Bed full size w/
mattress, 6 drawers on
each side, only 2 yrs
old. $250. All weat er
wicker patio set 2
chairs, sofa & table, no
cushions, 2 yrs old,
$250. 904-264-4113
4 COUCHES (2) Exc.
it cond, (1) Natural
S color w/foral print,
(1) Off white w/
muted stripe.
904-228-1905 Priced to
sell.
AC COUCH -mint
i Green and love
S seat under 1 yr old
S $200 Call for more
374-3234
47 Custom blue
laRyboy sectional
L|kph plant sleeper,
tables paid 3000.00 sell


white,4 chairs like
new $100,Pale
S Green sectional
couch good cond.$100.
Call 272-4408
47 Leather Sofa, color
BX is taupe, good
S|.Icondition $150.00
00 777-6407
47 Like New Simmons
tw double sleeper
I /couch multi-color
mtnew $600.00 sell
$200.00 912-496-4789
47 Living Room set 6
C pieces plus recliner
maItexcellent condi-
S tion blue wood and
glass tables must see


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955 Household
5 Furniture

LIVING ROOM SET
3 pc made in Denmark
1926. Chair, couch, love
seat. Blue, dark wood
frame. Perfect cond.
$1000 904-246-4468
4 Luxury WGV Brand
SNew 2 bed 2 bath
tll$1350 includes
cable water trash
w/d pool gym golf
privilege scr Lanai
278'9780
MOVING MUST SELL 2 br
sets, rolltop desk, china
cab, 52" Big Screen TV,
378-1955 407-416-2833
Never used light
| pine single bedw/
shelves b/in
drawers stand new
mattress w/ert center
w/ 3 Ig drawer 1 cabi-
net w/4 shelves 325.00
call 904-529-8263 Jim
leave message
47 NYLON WING BACK
SOFA $40; 4
I swivel bar stools
$25 each.
Call 771-7482.
4 Single bed with
headboard and
footboard all wood
excellent condi-
tion $25 call 276-4121
47 Six drawer vanity
with mirror and
SI bench excellent con-
dition $100.00 OBO call
276-4121 or 219-9710
7 Sofa & loveseat.exc
.Icond.$350 for more
info call 721-2939
Sumter Oak table 6 chrs
2 leafs, Ig lighted china
cab. $1900. Crib $95.
King comforter set +
extras, $150. 223-6850
SWall unit teak 3
sections With
matching light
bars. like new
$575.00 278-5381 cell
612-2994
4, Wanted good con-
Sdition solid wood
dresser chest of
drawers, will pickup.
call Josh 772-7133
.Q WATER DISPENSER
S$60. Computer
D |Desk $35; Sofa and
Loveseat $400;
Kitchen Table w/chrs
$75; Student Desk $40;
714-1313 .
4 WHITE POST BED
Canopy, Haverty's,
Q|1$75 Rockinghorse.
wooded wagon,
pool table. 10 games in
one $15.904.90&9173

go Machinery
0 & Tools

Generators -New 7500
watt,diesel,20amp &
25amp service.$2000
new 5500 wattdiesel
en erator amp service.
1800. or both
$3,500.Never been used.

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services

S 6 Piece Drum Set
c like new $300.00
all 729-6479

47 Antique piano with
Sstool. looks greats
.Ibut needs tuning
etc. only $150.00
take it call 771-7298
47 Bass Guitar with
c distortion pedal,
Plstrap, books, stand,
tuner, and fender AMP
$375 call Adam 699-0236
4 Drum Set-Peavy
x w/zildjian sym-
| -bols, Gibraltar
Estandhardware
w/stool.used 3 mo,still
new. $750obo.778-7688
or 923-5461
,. Piano-Spinet
,made by Baldwin
,cherry cabinet
$950.772-6320
47 Power Amplifiers
SCD players VCR's-
Ilall sort of stereo
equipment for sale
foe more information
call 778- 2464

980 Sporting

COOLER -20'Lx7'Wx8'H,
Stainless & alum. Exc
cond., but needs cool-
ing unit. Can be half
freezer/cooler. $1500.
904-759-6454
4 HIKING SHOES
10 1/2 D; Whisper
Stove sleeping bag.
All for $100. Call
771-7482 Iv msg.
9 Home Gym Weider
L CTS200 multi-sta-
Frtion home gym
system excellent
condition, $100 call
908-4830
a Home gym welder
SCTS20n0 multista-
ion home gym
system excellent
condition, $100 call
908.4830
C7 LADIES GOLF
SCLUBS, Complete
|let only $45.
Call Jake 264-4587
Pool Tables $750-$1595
Solid Maple 1" slate New
showroom. 334-8573
L Pro-form Tread-
mill like new 585PI
18" wide tread
$275.00 cardio-guide
exercise $75.00 Bob
221-9139
4. SEMINOLES soft
Leather Jacket 2XL
National champs
multi color brand new
beautiful $350 firm
317-7157
4. Wind Surfer 11.5ft
S Viper Fanatic Per-
Sfect for Beginners.
$250 Call Brian at
270-6317 ext 114

1010 Pet's &
1U1U Supplies

V ADORABLE T

Yoride. Pom, Cockers,
Financing avail
www.petworidpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
AMERICAN PIT BULL
PUPS -8wks, $200ea.
778-7720
A Boxer, male, 4 yrs,

-sweet, trained, call
614 6820
Boxer M. 9mos AKC
tails, claws, shots $500
904.879.2809 Or 703.9163
Calm Terr-AKC,12wks,
S/Wvery Uny.M $400,
Fern $450. 904-879-4113
Catahula Leopard Bay
Dog Pups $150ea. Call
904-289-1828, 334-7708
DACHSHUND-MINI
DAPPLE 12wks, CKC.
$400. 904-571-5234
Free kittens 1 male
1 female 9 weeks
Iold very pretty call
904 .879-1586 or
904-860-4306 can deliver
47 Free to good home.
Germ Snep /Rott-
Vl weller mix. loves
outdoors! male.
fixed! moving to Alaska
call 576-9184
4 Free young female
Chihuahua -mix to
god home great
wIth kids, very
lovable, good with
other pets. Please call
779-1251


HIMALAYAN KITTENS
Seal Point $200ea.
CFA reg. (904) 282-9183
LABRADOODLE-lst gen.,
1.5y/o fern, rdy to be
breed, $300. 406-5950
Labrador Retriever pups,
yellows & 1 chocolate.
HC & AKC Reg. Gd Blood
Lines. 904-794-4400
MINIATURE PINCHERS,
1M/1F Red, 12wks, shots,
POP, $300. 879-0179
MINI DACHSHUND ArC,
M/F, red, short hair, HC.
Heart Guard. $425.
Cash. Call 652-8044
MINI SCHNAUZER 2 BLK
M's lyr $150; LAB, BIk,
AKC 4yr. 419-4963
MIN PINS
2/F & 2/M Black & Tan
$400. 378-2657
MIn Schnauzers. AKC.
S&P. 1M. $450. 1F- $500.
All shots/ wormed. HC.
Born 3/27/05. 739-7564
Overseas PCS-2
Cats need loving
.home. Healthy. Cur-
rent Shots- Microchi
great with children call
12-673-7865
PEKINESE Albino Male,
7 months, $500 firm
Call 535-3294


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1010 set's i 1230 RV's&i 1310 Auto Parrts 135 Automotive 1335$2000 or Less 1340 Trucks/ 1340 Trrs/ 340 Trailrs 1345 vnsBuses 1350Miscellaneous
Supplies Supplies 1340 UVrailersTrailersTrailers./., Auto
l Corvette Wheels FORD FOCUS '04 CADILLAC FLEET- SUV's SUV's SUV's DODGE GRAND CARA- For sale sears car
PIT BULL DOGS. Grown LEET l alum mid 70 PwrpackageSimo. OOD BROUGHAM F VAN1. LB, very
$200 & up. Some r n il op model $400 obo. wacCal559-20 - FORDF1O 4x4Crew Ca GMC Conversion PORSHE CAYENNE S04 clean, needtosellfast carriersport
R ed B yE lis C hincuo 2a1o22 2 d-882 5166 body and*v il oo 1 n *S4 o'^ c" ^ ^ ^ ^d ^ TA n4s TO YOTA T10.988. Call 771-9100 at n L
an. 229-382-4343 OR shower, toilet $349mowac 771-9100 cond, 155k mix's. Low$mi. $49,999.7599096 like new. $100 call
-4021214 k2nvstove ridg CUSTOM RIMS- FORD MUSTANG COBRA newtires, brakes $2 .old0a0c0noknown
229-402-1214 mwave, stove, fridge. 2 C CUSTO MS -oCnv..V 6spd, AC, obo 317-7157 cold a/c, no known 221-3363
a Taking beds. Stereo, L and tires for Ithr int rare s- FORD F150 '98 Larlet, mech problemsT ob TU PTRsn
SPlayful rabbit awning, grill.$11500. Dodge, 6plug set tichromeless then CHEVYCORSICA 94very super cab, bed cap $000.00 obo Gary TOYOTASREXCAB04
Playfulgradttaeds.oStere and tireor tr t rarey Cd F KDF N u134
Sw/cage for free 904-219-4329 tup $200 Call made Low miles paid good transportation alum. wheels, leather 616-3076 St#F539 $18988
great pet 616 OASIS SHASPATT 02. 908-081 ask for Trey new $500 asng mustsell fast needcash red/gray, exc. cond., d TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371Ga s4877 i L.e Pow-
P.Ilreas Rescue p1t 6D0T8TODGE CARAMTV2-CX 3E148704-337wcebanw43
S e 24FTullt.bdrm, G '02- $38,000. 912-462 5297 $134 Ca 389.770 low n e r $8700 GMC JIMMY 94-4dr od sr Lare Gas Pow-
STrea S.es g t 22-01 44SoLT k 1 0 spdtrans AC 64.3 TOYOTA TACOMA-02 LX2003. Extra newSctess thanike100
Three 90 4x4 SLTSF37kmiIBLAZERW132SKmiVortecw YeK$ obo. Black, Pre RunnerXR5miclean.oLoadconwhless8th
all; Siamese, tabby, or 229-322-1501 4liftedmany extras 37 B c9132 4 318 260 0 bedliner, new b akes 1 I onlg reasonable
Persian. neutered, service records: FHodw M N C seunly rdeaomontcd
spayedde- clawed-Aller exc cond.$18,900obo. FIOUU I CDrebuild. Good
Sd AC,3 2.8L. V6. $1250. 'Ranch2CreL 94 -Dually0diesel runs great, 101, 000 mi. SUPERCENTER
foIrIIsII O T ALn 9t04 W 8h4te ru.kTO s rnso ainm ld GMC SIERRA 35. 1m9 m Iru^nK H 9"5500
Pug puppies. Black& ENGINEIN BOX. List $17,3496ca SBR LAa7he$,nfibergasstop er,.891 00
faw254O 252 24757 HONDA 7$555. Vertically ThCHEVY UBURBAN'97 PD, loWe P$19, CC., 5. $00. Mini Dike Mailo3.5
www.ke'thkennelscomJ crankshaft, m TRUCK DEPOT Mechanics spec al T 0 J35DO 291-0778 5 HpBri san a
w nfeelast u r es. $ 20. Ua C needs some work must TR DE 2910778 1345 Vans/Busesg o dtionruns
READY TO GO 241c1398 8 sell fastnee h $975 SUPERCENTER GMC YUKON '02- lr4 V e great $250.0 0o0o
M/Au Gorkh Trisn 24ran1 mr Rckford Chalerl astl 389-77000. lg4eat37$250.00dBO
PekhWese M/F. Shih Tzu 1 Z 3 -Km FOR RG 4dr, VCburgundy,
Blue Chihuahuas 1F, 1 -T SOUNDBAR FITS e x e c c o n DODGE CARAVAN 01 904-533-2420
4M, Golden Retrievers 97-4Jeep Learo93 51 204m, DVD 9kmi, $7900 BO E9 loaded
SM/F YorkshireDTerriers |IINV3IUKY| 5anglerRockford R Trlu I system loaded.Seri- Call502.ks26379KE TTRoded
iM. Bassactu ounds i120W 2wy.skr V6,lowmles $19mo clean V6 automatic $ R5 C yhris t0000o best offer.
M/F. Boston TererM. w I rng Incudd. wac. Call 859-5820 I AC,$185 Pleasecall Dodge Caravan Call Bob9128825865.
SM 6 T I 9249231 I 542- 3320 x410.291-6503 Dodge Caravan oIres mudding
Beagles M/F $125obo. Brian 1 King 2000 white 99K L mounted Aluminum
912.632k2167 O t a J 904-294-703FORD St#F436 $11988 Ranch 02 Crew GMC YUKON XL '0 J mlles good con- P l wheels 81ug ford
SWelmaraner AKC Pups o T I TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4 n 77 FORD EXPLORER '91- Red, ath Denali, AWD, outstand- edition asking $3,600 superduty
Welmaraner AKC Pups3 4 T I r e s TOM BUSH AUOPLEX 371 TAC 4drbrake wrk I .se ng shape, priced to sell or best off e r PONITAC MONTANA'99 truck/Eagle589 tire size 4
males. 3 females, silver ec-Rlms-leat 575-r14,load AUAR700.403-2.AT6AC*4drbrake w 0 (90438
male. ready 8/24. POP r-- --- v----| 5 lugTfrom Pontiac FORD TAURUS SES '03 needed. $700.403-1362 oa now $28,495. 389.7700 (904)386 -5395 call Mini Van. Exc cond. must TSL Boggers 35x16x16.5
re, read d 5 lug,rom Pontiac FORD TAURUS SES TR me sell very fast, need cash 904-695-7644 or
406. Call 29-336-5589 V GrandAm V6, CD alloys,less, FORD F15 '90. Runs very GMC Yukon XL $2885.Call 389-7700 904-233-8638
229-344-911 021 O-. shape obo 27250 tan/tan $7995.2 -3157 Bod needs c PRth N o2003 SLE 1-,d
Fifth Wheel's s-pm. mechanics special, must 8-0,,lcondlition401n-mdles ,
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