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Creation Date: August 4, 2005
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Classes Start
Safety Guidelines During School Year
Page 3


Vacation Bible School
Children Traveled Through the African Plains
Pages 8-9


Sailors Aweigh
Families Go To Jags Games Free
Page 12


THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


BASE 'All ahead
BASE .-


Blood donors
needed
The Florida-Georgia
Blood Alliance (FGBA) is
specifically looking for
those donors with A nega-
tive blood type for a spe-
cial recipient. If you have
this blood type and can
donate, the next place the
FGBA Bloodmobile will
visit at NAS Jax is the
Naval Hospital Aug. 9 from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more
information, call Bill
Schroeder at 353-8263.
Other blood types are
always needed as well.


Hunter safety
class offered
The next Hunter Safety
Class will be held at NAS
JaxAug.8,10,15 and 17
in the VP-30 auditorium at
6 p.m. The classes are
free. For more information,
call ADC Tom Lovelace at
542-8261.


Red Cross
collecting items
for war wounded
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's American Red
Cross volunteers are col-
lecting personal hygiene
products, such as shaving
products, soaps, sham-
poos and hair care items,
lotions, cleansing wipes,
toothpaste/brushes,
mouthwashes, etc. The
donated items will be pro-
vided to wounded troops
being treated at the Na-
tional Naval Medical Cen-
ter, Bethesda, Md. A drop
box for such items is locat-
ed at the Red Cross Infor-
mation Desk at the Outpa-
tient Clinic entrance. Do-
nations will be taken from
8 a.m. to noon, Monday
through Friday.
This is a separate col-
lection from a similar proj-
ect being sponsored by
the Hospital Director for
Administration. The direc-
tor of administration's proj-
ects collects products for
wounded being treated by
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville deployed
medical personnel in Iraq.
Drop boxes for that effort
are located in the hallway
adjacent to the Galley and
near the hospital
Pharmacy.
Both operations are wor-
thy causes and your sup-
port is appreciated.


Messa


full' Physical


ge from new Readiness


CNO to Sailors

From Chief of Naval Operations Public Affairs

n a naval administrative (NAVADMIN) message
sent to the Navy on his first full day in office, new
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike
Mullen stated his priorities and said the time was
now to take advantage of the reforms initiated by his
predecessor, Adm. Vern Clark.
"He has positioned us well to continue providing
this nation and our allies dominant naval power
wherever and whenever it is required," wrote Mullen
of Clark. "From this position of strength, we can now
- and we must push open new boundaries and
exploit new opportunities. My first order is, 'all ahead
full.'"
Mullen made it clear he will continue to pursue Sea
Power 21 and all its supporting pillars, and concen-
trate his efforts on three major priorities: sustaining
combat readiness; building the fleet of the future,
and delivering a "flexible and responsive" Human
Capital Strategy.
"Our Navy can never be better than its Sailors," he
said, "but it can deliver for those Sailors an accession,
assignment, distribution, and education system every
bit as modern and sophisticated as they are."
Mullen plans to issue CNO guidance this fall that
specifically addresses how he will attack each of his
priorities, but he used the NAVADMIN as an oppor-
tunity to spell out some of the principles that will
guide him in making decisions.


Adm. Mike Mullen See CNO, Page 13

Scanlan to take NAVAIR Depot Jax helm
By Nancy Crook i
NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville -...
Public Affairs Division Director L- ,


apt. John Scanlan II will
take command of the Naval
Air (NAVAIR) Depot
Jacksonville when he relieves
Capt. David Beck, during a change
of command ceremony today at 9
a.m. in Hangar 101. Scanlan will
become the Depot's 35th com-
manding officer.
The guest speaker for the
change of command will be the
Honorable Governor Jeb Bush (R-
Fla.). Witnessing the change of
command will be Rear Adm.
Michael Bachmann, vice com-
mander, Naval Air Systems
Command.
Beck, who took the helm of the
Depot in July 2003, will retire
after 26 years active service in the
U.S. Navy. Scanlan served as the
Depot's executive officer during


Capt. John Scanlan II
that same period of time.
Scanlan was born in Clifton
Forge, Va., and was raised in
Lawrence, Kan., where he earned
a BGS in Biology from the
University of Kansas in 1976. He
received his commission from
Naval Aviation Officer Candidate
School, Pensacola, in November


Capt. David Beck
1981. He completed primary flight
training at NAS Pensacola and
was designated a naval flight offi-
cer in September 1982. He report-
ed to NAS Whidbey Island, Wash.,
for training as a bombardier/navi-
gator (B/N) in the A-6E Intruder
See NAVAIR, Page 13


program

changes


coming

By Kaylee LaRocque
Stalltw ritr
n a message released in July by
Chief of Naval Personnel Vice
Adm. Gerry Hoewing, military
members will see some big changes
regarding the Navy's Physical
Readiness program within the next
year.
According to the message, a new
instruction is hitting the streets with
significant changes on how the pro-
gram is run regarding those person-
nel who are not within standards or
who fail the bi-annual physical
readiness test (PRT). The changes
are being made to cultivate a Navy
culture that promotes and values fit-
ness and healthy lifestyles. The pro-
gram will be revised in three phases
including: reestablishing command
authority and responsibility, pro-
grarn e ,eLtuti1o i povemcnt and
creating a long-term culture of fit-
ness.
With the first phase already
underway. commanders now have
the authority to begin administra-
tion separation processing for Sailors
who fail to maintain physical readi-
ness standards and who are not
making an effort to try to meet the
standards. Currently, this is at the
discretion of the commanding officer
(COi or officer in charge (OICi, but
by July 2006, the administration
separation processing will become
mandatory.
"I think the big thing about this is
that from now until July 2006 we're
basically in a transition period. COs
and OICs are being given the discre-
tion that if someone is not progress-
ing in the fitness enhancement pro-
gram, they can disapprove promo-
tions and administratively separate
them from the Navy," said Cmdr.
Kathleen Knight, head of the Naval
Hospital Jax Wellness Center.
Phase two will take place in
January 2006. when COs and OICs
will be required to determine those


See PRT, Page I13


Commissary wholesalers donate to the troops


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Seven grocery wholesalers donated thousands of dollars in gift certificates
to the Greater Jacksonville Area USO at a presentation July 27 at the NAS
Jacksonville Commissary. According to USO Executive Director K.C.
McCarthy, the certificates will be donated to the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Wardroom Humanitarian Mission. Lt. Howard Wright (center),
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Operations manager, gladly accepted the dona-
tions and said, "We will use these gifts certificates to purchase toiletries for
wounded service members in Iraq. We are grateful to the USO and to the
generosity of the grocery brokers." From left, McCarthy, Tina Reed of
Nestle USA, Rhonda Arnold of Dunham & Smith, Gail Knox of Webco,
Wright, Sharon Peck of Dixon Marketing, Mary Mays of C. Lloyd Johnson,
Tom Pappas of Webco, Tim Bobbitt of High Plains and Commissary
Director Larry Bentley. "I'm happy that in some small way the NAS Jax
Commissary can assist our warfighters. The wholesalers support is awe-
some," said Bentley.


Commissary vendors, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Operations Manager Lt.
Howard Wright (center) and Greater Jacksonville Area USO Executive
Director K.C. McCarthy (right), display samples of some of the items to be
sent to the troops. "We, at Nestle USA, stand behind our troops in every
corner of the world. The company created a military sales division to better
serve our service members and their families," said Tina Reed of Nestle
USA Company. "


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FROM THE FLEET



Are those new rims really worth it?


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
JonThompson
U.S. Atlantic Fleet Command
Master Chief


In my 29 years of service
I've seen many trends
and fads come and go.
Most of them have been rel-
atively inexpensive. There
is, however, a recent trend
that seems to have caught
on, but the new trend is
anything but inexpensive.
More and more I see cars
sporting shiny chrome rims
with high-priced, low profile
tires. I have to ask, are
those rims really worth it?
On average, custom
chrome rims cost about
$3,500. The larger you go,
the more they cost. If you
upgrade to the ones that
spin, commonly referred to
as spinners, the cost can
skyrocket. It's not uncom-
mon to see rims and wheels
that near the $10,000 mark.
I'm no financial genius,
but if my simple math is
accurate, spending $3,500 or
more on rims just doesn't
seem to make much finan-
cial sense.
If. you were to invest
$3,500, and you earn just
five percent interest, in four
years you would have
$4,270. If you invested the
same amount for 15 years,
you'd have almost $7,400. If
your are willing to pay
$8,000 for rims, and invest-
ed that amount for four


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
years, at five percent inter-
est, you'd have $9,765. If
you invested the same
amount for 15 years, you'd
have almost $17,000.
For those of you who can
actually afford high-priced
rims and after market add-
ons, I guess as long as you
have the money there's
nothing wrong with the
upgrades and extravagant
extras.
My bigger concern is for
those Sailors who find
themselves lured into the,.
keeping up with the Jones'
syndrome. When I see a
Sailor driving a Cadillac
Escalade with huge tires
and spinners, I have to ask
myself, how did he or she
afford such a vehicle? And
even if the Sailor is able to
meet the monthly payments
for all that, is there any-


thing left in his or her pay-
check?
For many of you, buying a
new car is your first major
investment. I'm told the
average cost of a new vehi-
cle today is around $27,000.
Of course, there are many
more affordable cars, and
used cars in good condition
can be found at very reason-
able prices. Even if you pur-
chase an average-priced car
or truck, add on new rims
and wheels and you sudden-
ly escalate the price to that
of a low-end luxury car.
So I'll ask again, are rims
really worth it? I realize
that many of you see your
vehicle as an expression of
who you are. You personal-
ize it so others will get a
glimpse of your personality.
Unfortunately, the price you
pay for that appearance
might be too costly, and
could hardly be considered
an investment.
Perhaps a more practical
question Is the ride better?
When I see a large SUV
with low-profile tires, I have
to wonder how rigid that
must feel going over bumps.
Call me old school, but I
always thought the idea was
to make the ride as comfort-
able as possible!
With few exceptions, vehi-
cles almost always depreci-
ate. If you don't have a
garage, your vehicle may
depreciate even faster


because of the elements.
Investing a large amount of
money into rims and tires, I
would think, could be a los-
ing financial venture. I'm
not convinced that, when
you sell or trade in the vehi-
cle, you even break even.
I guess my advice to any-
one contemplating buying
new rims and wheels would
be to look into your future
and try to answer the, 'are
they really worth it' ques-
tion.
What are the pros and
cons of such a purchase?
What other things might
you do with that money?
Are you going to have to
take a large loan? Are you
purchasing the after-market
extras on credit? What is
the interest rate on your
credit card? If you purchase
something on sale, but get
charged a high annual per-
centage rate on your credit
card, any potential savings
is eroded by high interest
payments.
Rims and wheels are pop-
ular today. How long they
stay the fad is tough to say.
At some point, I'm guessing
they will lose their appeal
and those who own them
will have an even greater
difficulty getting their
money back on trade or sale.
If you really, really must
have those rims, look in the

See RIMS, Page 14


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Mothers need to chill or risk burn out


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


here's a new rat race
in America, and it has
nothing to do with
misplaced cheeses or pay-
checks. Trust me, there are
no pay checks.
The new rat race goes
something like this: My
neighbor makes fresh veg-
etables for her children
every night. This fact alone
causes me to scrub my
kitchen floors until they are
clean enough for my boys to
lick soup off of (not that
they would, especially if it is
vegetable soup).
And that probably causes
another neighbor to prune
her bushes to look like cir-
cus elephants standing on
their hind legs. Which caus-
es someone else to teach
their six-month old baby to
count to 10. Which causes a
pregnant mother to read
Faulkner to her unborn
child. Which causes another
woman, who isn't pregnant
yet, but who has thought
about becoming pregnant, to
eat lots of kiwi because she
heard it might make her
future fetus smart.
When I was a child, the
extent of my mom's over-
achieving was to make
chocolate chip cookies and


send me out into the back-
yard with them, where I'd
have a tea party with an.
imaginary friend.
I don't remember doing
workbooks in the summer or
having more than one extra
curricular activity. I spent
most of my childhood days
traipsing around the neigh-
borhood with my best friend
Leslie, pretending we were
everything from pirates to
Scarlett O'Hara.
Mom wasn't overly con-
cerned about whether or not
I knew .my ABCs by the
time I was two, and she let
me stop taking Latin after
school in fifth grade because
I said it was boring and I'd
rather be outside playing.
Oh, sure, one time Mom
came up with the idea that
each Friday she'd teach my
brothers and me a new word
and serve us a different eth-
nic food. She even bought a
chalkboard to hang above
the dinner table and to
serve as a learning tool.
The first night of the
newly implemented the
plan; we ate tacos and
learned about the prefix
pseudo, as in pseudonym.
Or pseudo-plan. After that
night, the chalkboard was
mostly filled with my doo-
dling and surf reports from
my brothers. Mom eventual-


ly gave up. And I think I
turned out pretty good
despite it. I definitely know
what pseudo means.
But my point is, who
along the way decided it's
not enough for moms to
clean dishes, wash laundry,
earn a living, iron clothes,
and go to Parent Teacher
Association meetings? Who
decided that on top of all
this, we also need to be our
child's main playmate,
teacher and source of enter-
tainment?
I'm not suggesting that
mothers neglect their chil-
dren. Certainly my mom
never did that. But she also
didn't hover. I didn't expect
her to play every game of
Chutes and Ladders with
me. I didn't cry "I'm bored"
when she needed to get
work done. And mom never
felt pressure to be super-
mom or super-teacher, and
to have the cleanest floors in
the neighborhood.
There wasn't a rat race.
Of course, the world has
changed since I was a kid,
and parents, can't let their
children wander unattended
through the neighborhood
anymore. Parents do have to
be more vigilant.
But my fear is that some
women-especially military
spouses-are operating in


burn-out mode. When your
husband is deployed and
you are not only responsible
for the house and children,
but the bills and the yard
and the automobiles and the
dog. well, you get the pic-
ture you don't have time
to also teach your two-year
old French.
So it's OK to silently
exhale next month when
school begins again because
you think the teacher might
have more patience than
you do for things like teach-
ing the difference between
an upper- and lower-case
letter. It's OK if your four-
year old is the only one you
know who can't spell his or
her name. It's OK if the only
vegetable your child eats is
the one you mash and sneak
into his hotdog.
We're the only ones in this
rat race. Your child probably
doesn't care that you think
playing Chutes and Ladders
is more painful than mash-
ing Barbie's high heel into
your eyeball. He doesn't
care if you're super-mom. Or
super-teacher.
He just wants you to be
mom.

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


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SUNDAY SERVICES


You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Ser\ ices this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic NMass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 n.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.


Hey, MonieyMan:
I am confused! I tried to
get a copy of my LES by
going to www.mypay.com
and I got a lot of these pop-
up ads advertising payday
loans, credit cards and
credit repair companies.
I never could get access to
my LES. I noticed a link
for a "loan" at it took me
right to a payday loan com-
pany called MyCashNow.
What's up with that? Why
is the Navy advertising all
these places on an official
website? I thought these
places were bad!
MoneyMan Sez:
There are a lot of "mili-
tary sounding" sites that
are not associated with the
military in any way. In fact
many, if not most, of these
places demand close scruti-
ny. I went to mypay.com
and found 10 military pay
links listed under "popular
searches" and none of them
worked to get me anywhere


except to the pop-up ads.
The link to the payday
loan noted that only the
laws of Grenada applied
and the interest rates for
loans varied from around
400 percent to over 800 per-
cent APR. This, of course,
is neither an official site
nor a site that is friendly to
the military. The official
place to go for on-line pay
information is https://my
pay.dfas.mil/milpay.asp.
To get any personal infor-
mation you will need your
social security number and
a pin number. Always,
always, always be careful
when providing personal
information on-line! Your
name, social security num-
ber, and birth date in the
wrong hands can cause
unbelievable pain and
agony and could be very
costly!

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


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C52(5WJ/RWl BRANDY BURNEY

m Job title/command:
| Supply Department

SHometown: Claxton, Ga.


Family Life: Single


Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy


Career Plans: To make E6 or hopefully get
picked up for an officer program.


Most Interesting Experience: Cruising
through the Suez Canal aboard JFK.


Words of Wisdom: Live life like there is no
tomorrow.

...... .. ....



JOHN GARRNER
Job title/command:
SPolice Officer/ Security

S Department

S Hometown: Greenwood, S.C.

t Family Life: Spending quality time with my
4 family.

Past Duty Stations: NS Mayport, Norfolk,
Va., Rota, Spain, NAS Cecil Field

" Career Plans: To become a police opera-
tion's officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Being
i stationed overseas and using MAC flights to
I see the world such as the great pyramids in
Egypt.

Words of Wisdom: When training junior
personnel, do not forget you were once in their
shoes.


Marine Corps half marathon

scheduled for October
A attention all runners. The Marines have landed
again. The second annual Jacksonville Marine
L LCorps 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
military, 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 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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HEY, MONEYMANI






Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 4, 2005 3


Photos by J01 Mike England
Sailors of the Quarter from NAS Jax and tenant commands were honored during a special luncheon July 27 at the NAS jax
Officer's Club.


NAS Jax honors Sailors of the Quarter


By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
NAS Jacksonville's leaders rec-
ognized the achievements of
their Sailors July 27 by host-
ing a Sailor of the Quarter Luncheon
at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. The
luncheon featured the Sailors of the
Quarter from each of NAS Jax's ten-
ant commands and praise from many
of NAS Jax's leaders.
"We're here to recognize the many
great accomplishments of all of our


Sailors and those from tenant com-
mands," stated- NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson. "It's because of their hard
work and dedication that we're able
to get the job done."
NAS Jacksonville Command Master
Chief CMCDM(SW) Chris Green
thanked the families of the NAS Jax
Sailors for supporting their spouses.
"It's your support that enables our
Sailors to go out and perform their
duties with a clear mind and a real
sense of purpose," he said.


After lunch was served, the Sailors
were each presented with a gift bag
courtesy of the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange and a $50 savings bond
courtesy of VyStar Credit Union.
Overall, many of the Sailors were
pleased with the way the event went.
"This was a really great event," said
LN2 Aubrey Chandler, a legal clerk at
the Commander, Navy Region
Southeast. "I appreciate the recogni-
tion the base is giving us. I hope they
continue to do this in the future."


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
congratulates Commander, Navy Region Southeast Legal
Clerk LN2 Aubrey Chandler during the awards luncheon.


Children return to school Monday make safety a top priority


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
It's that time of year again! Time to
put away the swimming trunks and
baseball gloves and break out the
backpacks and lunchboxes. School starts
on Monday, so now is the time to start
preparing your child and yourself for the
changes ahead.
Safety is always a concern for parents
during the summer since many children
spend a lot of time outdoors. However,
just because summer is over doesn't mean
it's time to let your guard down.
"School bus safety should be of para-
mount importance to parents this time of
year," said NAS Jax Safety Officer Ron
Williamson. "Parents should always make
sure that someone is there to supervise
their children at the bus stop and keep an
eye out for aggressive drivers. Drivers
need to make sure they stop if they are
around a school bus that is stopped.
Sometimes it can be difficult to see small
children crossing the street early in the
morning," he continued.
NAS Jax Assistant Safety Officer Dave
Colburn said the penalties for driving


recklessly around a
school bus could be
0 severe. "Law enforce-
ment officers simply
will not tolerate
aggressive driving
near school buses," he
said. "Not only will
you get pulled over in
a heartbeat, but you could arrested on the
spot."
Planning beforehand can make the
transition from the lazy days of summer
easier for your child and yourself.
"Talk to your children about the chal-
lenges of a new school year, but help them
get excited about learning and making
new friends," said Megan Elliot, assistant
director of youth activities center, NAS
Jax. By preparing yourself and your chil-
dren ahead of time, you'll pave the way
for a successful start of the school year
According to the Duval County Board of
Education, there are a few tips parents
can use to ensure a smooth transition
from a summer to fall schedule:
Make sure your child gets enough
rest. Ease into the school year sleep
schedule by limiting television, video


games and late-night meals.
If your child is entering school for the
first time, make a practice run that fol-
lows the same route your child will take.
Take your child to visit the school and
teachers so that you both will feel more
comfortable. Also, take that first morning
off work so that you can see them off to
school personally.
When buying school supplies let your
child choose at least one item, if not more.
Get to know your child's teachers,
principal, coaches and other instructors.
Encourage good study habits by read-
ing aloud to each other or checking your
child's homework.
Find out who your child's classmates
and friends are, and get to know their
parents. Your child's socialization skills
should extend outside the home to school,
the playground and extracurricular activ-
ities.
Make sure your child is physically
prepared for school. Eye exams, or, at the
very least, annual physical, are key ele-
ments of making sure your child is pre-
pared to learn.
Learn and practice safety measures. If
your child rides the school bus, get to


know the bus driver so that he or she
knows when your child gets off and on the
bus.
Always reward a positive effort, atti-
tude and good grades.
Communicate with your child on a
daily basis. Set a time each day to talk
with your children about their school day.
It is important to maintain an open dia-
logue with your children and be aware of
their daily activities and what they are
learning.
Another helpful practice is to set guide-
lines and establish a routine for your
child. Earlier bed times and getting up at
the same time every day brings more
structure and discipline into your child's
day. Elementary school children need
about 10 hours of sleep each night.
NAS Jacksonville's school-age care pro-
gram is a great outlet for children in
kindergarten through 13 years old. The
program offers a variety of before and
after school activities for the kids.
The school-age program on base can go
a long way towards reducing fears your
kids may have about starting school
again. For more information on the
school-age program, call 778-9772.


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Photo courtesy of HS-5
HS-5 maintenance personnel stand by as a HH-60H helicopter makes a landing to the
back of the expanded maritime interdiction operations ship.

HS-5 Detachment A conducts operations
supporting global war on terrorism


Photo courtesy of VS-22
VS-22 "Checkmate" officers pause for a picture with some Wolfson Children's Hospital
patients during their visit July 29.


VS-22 visits Wolfson


Children's Hospital


By Lt. James Wyman
VS-22 PAO
On June 29, Lt. Chris Levitt, accom-
panied by the officers of VS-22, vis-
ited Wolfson Children's Hospital in
downtown Jacksonville and presented a
check for $1,600 on behalf of VS-22's ward-
room to Julie Handley, the Baptist Health
Foundation's development director for
Wolfson.
Karen Wolfson, chairwoman of the hospi-
tal's board of directors witnessed the pres-
entation.
After the presentation, the "Check-
mates," dressed in their summer whites,
visited the children in several wards of the
hospital. Lt. Pete Pacifico, VS-22 Officer's
Mess treasurer, handed out squadron
patches and stickers.


"We know these kids have a great need
and we are happy to do what we can to
help. Seeing these children reminds us of
why it is important to serve and protect
our country," remarked Levitt after the
visit.
The fundraiser was organized by Levitt
as a part of the Checkmates' "OK Pass
Project." An OK pass is the highest landing
grade that can be awarded to a pilot for a
normal landing on the carrier.
Over a period of 12 months, VS-22 oper-
ated with Carrier Air Wing Three on board
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75). During
three at-sea periods, including a deploy-
ment to the Arabian Gulf in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom, each
"Checkmate" crewmember donated one
dollar every time they were in a jet that
flew an OK pass.


By Lt. John Kuta
HS-5
The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 Detach-
ment A continue to participate in
expanded maritime interdiction
operations and training operations in
support of the global war on terrorism.
In past weeks, the pilots, aircrew, and
maintainers have successfully demon-
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tion with armed forces of the host nation.
High-ranking officials and officers of
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armed forces, a fleet anti-terrorism
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Military working




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By JO1 Mike England
Assistant Editor
ou may have seen
one of them sniffing
around base, under
your car, around your desk
or maybe even under your
bed. No, I'm not talking
about your chief. I'm of
course referring to the mili-
tary working dogs that
work diligently to keep
NAS Jacksonville safe.
Military working dogs are
of some of the most unher-
alded members of the NAS
Jax team. The dogs, along
with their handlers, help
protect the base from explo-
sives and illegal drugs.
"The dogs have an acute
sense of smell five to 10
times stronger than a
human's, they're able to
detect minute traces of
explosives or drugs and
alert their handlers of their
presence," explained MA2
Brad Waters.
The dogs and their han-
dlers routinely perform
tasks such as randomly
searching cars, sniffing out
contraband in buildings
such as barracks and pro-
viding security at special
events. "I think we give
people something to think
about just in case they're
thinking about trying
something," said MA2
Brian Thomas.
Military working dogs,
along with their handlers,
are deployed worldwide to
support the war on terror,
helping to safeguard mili-
tary bases and activities
and to detect bombs and
other explosives.
The dogs have the ability
to inflict fear in an aggres-
sor in a way a human, even
if armed, often can't and
will defend their handlers
to the end. "People see a
dog and don't want to mess
with it," said Thomas. "A
dog creates a strong psy-
chological deterrent."
The U.S. military has
used working dogs since
the Revolutionary War, ini-
tially as pack animals later,
for more advanced uses,
such as killing rats in the
trenches during World War
I. World War II witnessed
the biggest surge in use of


MA2 Brad Waters and his dog, Fagan perform a simulated search on vehicle.


MA2 Brad Waters
fights off an attack by
Brix during a demon-
stration for Naval Sea
Cadets July 20.


Photos by O1 Mike England
MA2 Brad Waters rewards his military working dog, Fagan,


after a successful search.
working dogs to support
military operations. The
U.S. military deployed more
than 10,000 specially
trained canines, most as
sentries, but others as
scouts, messengers and
mine detectors.
Today, "a couple hundred"
working dogs are serving
with U.S. forces in Iraq and
Afghanistan as patrol dogs
and explosives and drug
detectors. Nearly 2,000
more working dogs provide
similar services at U.S.
bases and .:operating posts
around the world.
Meanwhile, the military
is increasing its reliance on
working dogs. Before Sept.
11, 2001, the Air Force
I -EEM 1


security forces trained
about 200 working dogs a
year for the Defense
Department. That number
is up to more than 500,
with the vast majority of
dogs being trained as sen-
tries and bomb-sniffers.
The 120-day program
teaches the dogs basic obe-
dience as well as advanced
skills, such as how to attack
and how to sniff for specific
substances. The initial
training program, conduct-
ed by the 341st Training
Squadron team, is based on
"positive rewards," general-
ly a ball or rubber toy
rather than food.
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Cmdr. Arthur Trahan presents AW1 Mangai Hosang with his
Sailor of the Quarter citation July 15.

'Red Lions' recognize

quarterly award winners


By Lt. j.g. Kathleen Brown
IS-15 'PAO
As the members of'
HS-15 stood in for-
mation, awaiting
quarters July 15, six indi-
viduals were called to stand
before the ranks.
AWl Mangai Hosang,
AT3 David Rains, AE1
Anthony Johnson, AW2
Richard Osborn, AZAN
Samantha Ellis and A03
Robert Dixon stood before
the "Red Lions" to receive
awards in the following cat-
egories, respectively: Sailor
of the Quarter, Junior
Sailor of the Quarter,
Sikorsky Maintenanceman
of the Quarter, Aircrewman
of the Quarter, Blue Jacket
of the Quarter, and Plane
Captain of the Quarter.
Chiefs, first class petty
officers and aircrew from
HS-15 selected the winners
of these prestigious awards
based on their performance
from April to June 2005.
This quarter's awardees
stood apart from a number
of exceptional nominees
throughout the command,
and are being recognized as
paragons of professional-
ism, military bearing, ini-
tiative and dedication to
duty.
HS-15 Commanding Offi-
cer Cmdr. Arthur Trahan,
presented certificates to the


surprised winners.
"Someone told me 1 had
been nominated for Blue
Jacket of the Quarter, but I
couldn't believe it. It felt
nice to be recognized as
deserving the award. Down
the road, this is something
that will look good on an
evaluation," remarked Ellis.
Johnson echoed her senti-
ments, saying, "I had 'no
idea before quarters that I'd
be receiving an award. I
didn't know what to expect
when I was called out of
ranks. I've only been here a
year, and it feels great to
know that all the hard
work and dedication has
paid off."
In addition to a certificate
of award, the winners
received a designated park-
ing spot close to the hangar
and will also be honored at
a luncheon.
When asked about the
benefits of winning Sailor
of the Quarter, Hosang was
particularly looking for-
ward to the luncheon. "I
didn't expect an award for
what I was doing. I did my
part to accomplish the mis-
sion, and sometimes that
meant getting to work an
hour early and leaving an
hour late. It's encouraging
to know these efforts were
recognized."


By Kaylee LaRocque
Stilt \ V I 11(1
W ith hurricane season cur-
rently underway, being pre- .,
pared is a must. Many peo-
pie learned from last year's storms to -.
take the threat a little more seriously -"
because you never know the damage
a hurricane can cause even if it's not
a direct hit.
At 'NAS Jax, the commanding offi- shelters
cer will make the decision whether or people. T
not to evacuate the base. Two local or civilian
elementary schools, Argyle and ty to su
Chimney Lakes, have been designat- Navy fai
ed as evacuation shelters for NAS Jax assured
personnel. Both shelters are certified a safe s
by the Red Cross to withstand Coordii
Category 5 hurricane winds. Melott.
Volunteers are needed to man these Volun


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Toast to the Animals
Wine Tasting
Come out and assist us Aug.
19 during the Jacksonville
Humane Society's Toast to the
Animals Wine Tasting to benefit
homeless animals in Jack-
sonville.
You can help with registration,
the silent auction, hospitality,
etc. You must be 21. Call Kim
Rolfe at 725-8766, Ext. 206 for
details.
Zoo Spooktacular
Volunteers are needed for the
Jacksonville Zoo's 17th annual
Spooktacular Fall Festival,
which runs Oct. 21-23 and Oct.
28-31. During August and
September, help is needed
preparing for the event including
artwork, set construction and
painting.
During the event, help is
needed with pumpkin carving
Oct. 20 and Oct. 27. Volunteers
will also help pass out candy,
assist with rides and serve as
costumed actors. For more infor-
mation, call 757-4463, Ext. 176.
Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides


. "We need a minimum of 40
They can be military members
ins. This is a great opportuni-
ipport our community and
milies. And, all volunteers are
their families have access to
shelter," said Base Disaster
nator DCCS(SW) Matthew
iteers will be required to


an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lec-
tures to the finished tour,
docents use a combination of
important historical information
and good humor to bring works
of art to life.
If you are interested in volun-
teering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at sgallo@cummer.
org.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253.
The HabiJax Home Store also
needs help coordinating donat-
ed materials and furniture. Call
722-0737.
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc. serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out.
For more information, call
Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at
444-8524.


New chief petty


officers announced
T he chief petty officer selection list was released
Thursday. The following personnel from NAS Jax
have been selected:
ABH1 Annie Boyd
YN1 Franklin Campbell
CS1 Patrick Campbell
QM1 Kennon Cunningham
CS1 Penelope Lancaster
FC1 Irene Lowe
TM1 Calvin Price
TM1 Marcos Ramirez
AC1 Christopher Simmons
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NAS Jax Disaster Preparedness coordinator retires
By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor


N AS Jacksonville lost
an important mem-
ber of its team Fri-
day following DCC(SW)
Robert Hargett's retire-
ment after 23 years of hon-
orable service. The ceremo-
ny, which was held at the
NAS Jax Officer's Club, fea-
tured Hargett's family,
friends and past and pres-
ent shipmates.
Guest speaker HTCM
(SW) Timothy McNeil, who
served with Hargett on
board USS Taylor (FFG-
50), reminiced about serv-
ing with him.
"Chief Hargett was one of
the hardest working Sailors
I've ever come across," he
said. "He has had a career
full of colorful exploits that
many could only dream
about. Today is a celebra-
tion of Robert's career. He
will always be remembered
through the Sailors he led,
trained and developed."
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson said that he would
always remember Hargett
for his significant contribu-
tions during last year's
active hurricane season.
"Chief Hargett really
delivered the goods during
the hurricane season last
year. He is one, of the most
knowledgeable people I've
had the pleasure of working
with and I think his dedica-
tion to duty says a lot about
his character," he said.
When 'it was finally
Hargett's turn at the podi-
um, he spoke of the people
he has had the opportunity
to work with and the
friends has made.
"I've made a lot of great
friends during my time in
the Navy," he said. "The
only reason I've made it as
far as I have is God, my
family and my shipmates.
Without them I would have
been nothing."
Hargett entered the
Delayed Entry Program in
March 1982 and began
active duty in June 1982.
Upon completing recruit
training in Orlando, Fla. he
attended Afloat Training
Detachment also in


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DCC(SW) Robert Hargett and his wife, Cassandra, are piped
ashore after his retirement Friday.


Photos byJO1 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson presents DCC(SW) Robert Hargett
with his Fleet Reserve certificate during his retirement ceremony.


Orlando.
His first duty station was
a pre-commission unit in
Pascagoula, Miss. In March
1983, the USS Hayler (DD-
997) was commissioned and
stationed in Norfolk, Va.
This was Hargett's initial
fleet assignment. During
this sea duty tour he made
two minor deployments and-
one major deployment, USS
Hayler (DD-997) maiden
deployment to the Indian
Ocean and Persian Gulf.
Before his first tour of
duty was complete he was
advanced to hull mainte-
nance technician second
class. In July 1985, Hargett
re-enlisted and transferred
to his next command.
In September 1985, he
reported on board USS
Simon Lake (AS-33) Repair
Department where he
became work center super-
visor of the lagging shop.
After USS Simon Lake (AS-
33) under went on a major
overhaul at Ingalls ship-
building in Pascagoula,
Miss., Hargett received
cross deck orders to USS
Hunley (AS-31) where he
began another overhaul in
Portsmouth, Va. During his
tour aboard USS Hunley


(AS-31) he changed rates to
damage controlman.
In March 1988, Hargett
reported to NAS Memphis,
Tenn. He was assigned as
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department
work center supervisor.
After enjoying two years
of shore duty, Hargett
reported on board USS
Newport (LST-1179) in
Little Creek, Va. He was
assigned to the engineering
department, repair division
and later he became work
center supervisor of the
damage control petty officer
division. He was tasked to
correct shortfalls within the
damage control 3M
Maintenance Program.
Within a few weeks the
deficiencies were corrected
and USS Newport (LST-
1179) received a satisfacto-
ry grade on its' damage con-
trol 3M Maintenance
Program inspection. He
was advanced to damage
controlman first class in
September 1990 and
became the repair division
leading petty officer.
During his sea duty tour
he made two minor deploy-
ments and two back-to-back


major deployments. USS
Newport (LST-1179) was
ordered to report to
Operation Sharp Edge,
Momba Station off the coast
of Liberia in support of the
U.S. Marines emergency
evacuation of American citi-
zens from Monrovia.
Hargett received a Navy
Expeditionary and Marine
Expeditionary Medals and
became an enlisted surface
warfare specialist during
this tour. USS Newport
(LST-1179) was decommis-
sioned in September 1993.
His next tour took him
aboard USS Harry E.
Yarnell (CG-17) Repair
Division. He became the
ship's damage control
administrator. USS Harry


E. Yarnell (CG-17) decom-
missioned one year after he
reported aboard.
He then reported to USS
Enterprise (CVN-65) in
Newport News, Va. where
was assigned to engineering
department, damage control
division light water shop.
During this tour he was
instrumental in returning
the Big E to operational
readiness after an extended
overhaul period.
In June 1995, he reported
to Mayport, Fla. and was
assigned to Repair Two
Division Training Office. In
September 1998, he report-
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NAS Jacksonville will
hold a POW/MIA
Recognition Obser-
vance aboard the base at 10
a.m. Sept. 16.
The program will take
place in the All Saints
Chapel, on the corner of
Mustin Road and Birming-
ham Avenue, and will honor
all Americans who are for-
mer prisoners of war
(POWs), as well as those
who are still unaccounted
for and their families.
The keynote speaker is
Retired Air Force Maj. Ed
Horn, whose B-26 was shot
down over France in May
1944. He was captured by
the Nazis and spent 11
months in four different,


POW camps, including
Stalag Luft III, the setting
for the movie, "The Great
Escape." Seventy-three
prisoners had tunneled out
a few months earlier. He
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14th Armored Division of
the Third Army.
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Corps in August 1942, two
months after graduating
from high school. He was
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training at Lakeland. In
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By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer


(From left) Music Director Connie Rose Seeley, Teen Volunteer Shataye Rivers and Volunteer
Helen Donahoe lead the children in a song to get them energized for the day during Vacation
Bible School.


Vacation Bible School Teacher Melissa Riley talks about the difference between wants and
--needs during the 9- and 10-year-olds class session July 26.


______ ______ __". ---..
From left, Pedro Rivera, Hiram Rivera, Angel Ramirez and Beth Pope perform a short skit as
their teacher, Birgitta Zepp, and other class participants listen.


Tith excitement in the air, 90 chil-
dren traveled through the African
plains on a safari during this
year's Vacation Bible School (VBS) at the
NAS Jax Chapel, participating in an array
of activities such as arts and crafts, class-
room lessons, music sessions and games.
This year, 24 adults and teens volunteered
to help out with the program.
"We really have a good ratio of volun-
teers for the kids. We have volunteers here
today that don't attend our chapel, that
aren't military related it's just that once
they get their feet wet with this program,
they keep coming back. They always tell
me they won't be back next year, but early
in the year, they always call to volunteer,"
said VBS Coordinator Grace Heffner.
This year's theme "Kingdom of the Son,
A Prayer Safari," incorporated animals
from the African plains into the daily cur-
riculum. Many of the arts and crafts activi-
ties allowed the students to create items
somehow related to the theme such as
hanging monkeys and lion masks.
As each day began, the students were
ushered into a main room where they were
seated on the floor to get energized by
singing and dancing and watching a short
puppet show featuring Leo the lion and
Ernie the owl who promoted the lesson of
the day. From there, they were split up
according to age groups and sent to various
area to participate in age appropriate
activities. They also enjoyed a hot lunch
every day.
"I've been coming here for five years now.
It's really fun because we get to do arts
and crafts,
sing songs
and learn
about God.
I like this
year the
best be-
cause I'm
older now
and we get
to do arts
and crafts
first," said .
8-year-old is
Hannah U
Nichols.
"I've co-
ordinated Kier Pouncy does his best to
VBS here answer a series of questions
for the past after a lesson in his class.
10 years
and each year we just get better and bet-
ter. The kids really have a great time and
the volunteers are wonderful. It's a great
program, they learn about spirituality in a
fun way," explained Heffner.
The school is run each year by volunteers
who are given- a curriculum to follow and
who adapt each of their lessons to their
own individual teaching style. This year,
each classroom was decorated in a safari
theme. "Our teachers are responsible for
decorating their individual rooms accord-
ing to the theme. We don't have a budget
so we beg and borrow items for decorating.
One teacher brought in a whole bunch of
her camping gear. Others came up with
some unique ideas using whatever they
could find outside," continued Heffner.
"Each year in February, I choose several


Teen Volunteers Bryanna Gill and Judylyn
Larkin prepare some arts and crafts projects
for the students to complete during the week.


Sakyra Dickerson, left, and Kaylie Shaneyfelt
make hanging monkeys during their arts and
crafts session at Vacation Bible School.
different curriculums that I think might
work for us and present them to the chapel
staff. They will chose the one that best
suits our needs. After that we determine
how many volunteers we need and start
recruiting. Once we have our volunteers,
they are given a teaching guide and can
instruct the students in their own teaching
style," added Heffner. "Volunteers do not
have to be experienced, we give them all
the tools they need, all they have to have it
the heart to do this."
Eight teenagers also volunteered to help
with this year's VBS program. "I really
enjoy volunteering here. It makes me feel
gdod to be a part of this. I moved here a
year ago and used to help out with VBS at
my old church. It was much smaller there,
we only had about 30 kids," stated 14-year-
old Tim Steinbach. "I help out in the
kitchen by serving lunch, ensuring every-
one is fed and do whatever they ask me to."
The week concluded with a special musi-
cal presentation by the students for their
families and friends in the chapel.
Each year, the program holds a mission
project to collect items for an organization
that helps others. This year's project was to
collect funds and needed items to support
the Jacksonville Humane Society. "We
chose this organization to go along with
our animal theme. They provided us with a
wish list and we are supporting them
because they are such a great organization
in helping the animals," said Heffner, excit-
edly.
Next year's VBS is already being
planned. It is held each year in July and is
open to ages 5-12. Participants do not have
to be members of a congregation here.
Volunteers are always needed. If you would
like to volunteer as a teacher or in some
other capacity, contact Heffner at 542-
3051.


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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 4, 2005 9


Katelyn Robery (left) gets a treat from Volunteer Etta Wheeler
after correctly reciting the verse of the day.


Music Director Connie Rose Seeley leads a group of 4 and 5
year olds in a song in preparation for their musical presenta-
tion for family and friends the last day of Vacation Bible
School.


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Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina has a little chat with Ernie the owl
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10 JaxAir NeW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 4, 2005


Paying the proper respect during morning colors


Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope


By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon
Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
T he United States
Navy is one of the
most tradition-ori-
ented organizations in the
world. All you have to do is
look around and you can
find their footprint in just
about every corner of our
daily life here at NAS
Jacksonville. Some of the
older traditions have grad-
ually gone away like keel
hauling, walking the plank
and casks of rum being
staples on ship's supply
lists.
But unfortunately, some
traditions that are still
very important are some-


times forgotten and not
observed. As a chaplain, I
very often remind people of
things they need to
remember, so let me take a
moment and remind you of
one tradition that I see
ignored all too often here
on the station.
Every morning, our flag
is proudly raised at several
points on the station while
our National Anthem is
played and every evening,
the flag is ceremoniously
lowered while colors are
played.
These two events are


important because they
remind us of the country
we serve and the freedoms
we enjoy as Americans.
Traditionally, all those in
uniform pop to attention,
salute and "face the music"
as the flag is both raised
and lowered. All those who
are not in uniform stop
and come to attention and
all those who are driving
their cars stop until the
music is over.
Sadly, I see people on the
station who have either
forgotten this tradition, or
simply don't know that it


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


exists. I learned it the hard
way as a brand new chap-
lain assigned to First
Marine Division at Camp
Pendleton, Calif.
On my first day with my
battalion, I was leaving at
the end of the day and col-
ors began to play, I did not
know the tradition and I
was tired, so as I proceed-
ed to drive out of the park-
ing lot, I saw a first ser-
geant (who later became a
great friend) running
behind me waving his
hands for me to stop.
I stopped and he ran up
to my window and said
"Chaps, when they play
colors nothing had better
be moving on this base


Determined Sailor

converts to new rate,

earns master's degree


By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
t's not every day that a
junior Sailor joins the
Navy with a bachelor's
degree in a field that she
hopes to work in someday.
Even rarer is a junior
Sailor that earns a master's
degree.
But a Master of Arts in
Mass Communications
from the University of
Florida (UF) School of
Journalism is exactly what
newly converted J02(AW)
Cassandra Thompson
achieved and she hasn't
even reported to her first
command as a journalist
(JO) yet.
Thompson recently made
a direct rate conversion to
JO after working for four
years as a personnelman
(PN). She found that work-
ing in the PN rate made lit-
tle use of her bachelor's
degree, talent and avoca-
tion.
"Filling out service record
entries again and again got
old," she said. In addition,
the PN rate is currently
overmanned. Seeking
greater job satisfaction, she
applied to and was accepted
into the JO community.
Between college and her
time in the Navy, Thomp-


son's writing efforts led to
the publication of her arti-
cles in several newspapers,
including the Angelo State
RamPage, the Florida
Alligator, the NABJ
Monitor and the Jax Air
News.
Once in a while, before
converting to JO, she still
managed to use her talents
outside her daily duties as
a PN. "When I worked at
Personnel Support Detach-
ment Jax and VP-45, I
helped proofread and edit
newsletters and correspon-
dence," she said. She
earned her Bachelor of Arts
in Journalism from Angelo
State University in Texas
in 1997, before she entered
the Navy.
Thompson has carried
the desire to use her cre-
ative ability through life.
"I've been writing short sto-
ries since I was little. When
I visited relatives as a child
I would find an empty room
and begin writing. My rela-
tives would ask where I dis-
appeared to and why I
wouldn't spend more time
with them," she said, laugh-
ing. A short story she wrote
involving a journalist
helped her win a fellowship
to attend college at UF.
But as familiar as she is
with her abilities, Thomp-


Cassandra Thompson prepares
the Jax Air News July 29.
son knows struggle, too.
"When I arrived at UF,
there was no record of my
fellowship award. I was told
the college didn't give
scholarships to internation-
al students. I was ready to
approach a lawyer, but I
was advised to see the dean
and it was just a matter of
showing the college the let-
ter announcing my scholar-
ship."
Thompson, born in
Trinidad and Tobago, in the
Caribbean, moved to the
United States in 1994. She
lived as a permanent resi-
dent until Sept. 11, 2001.
Soon afterward, strict
government policies were
enacted, making immigra-
tion much more difficult.
Suddenly, Thompson had to
become an American citizen
or leave. "The Navy helped
me file my paperwork,


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
an article for publication in

advised me and followed
through. I'm grateful to the
people at the base hospital
who helped me."
People have tried to steer
her away from journalism.
Recruiters talked about
more mechanically-inclined
job ratings, and a relative
emphasized taking comput-
er science instead.
But Thompson knows her
career ambitions. She isn't
stopping at journalism,
either. She plans to apply to
Officer Candidate School a
second time to become a
public affairs officer.
Last month, she detached
from VP-45 and will soon
leave for Bahrain, where
she will be joining the pub-
lic affairs staff of the Fifth
Fleet and reporting region-
al news.


Blood alliance schedules drives on base


From the Florida-Georgia
Blood Alliance
F or over 60 years, the
Florida Georgia Blood
Alliance (FGBA) has
provided all of the blood
service needs to our local-
community. For 25 years,
FGBA also has been the pri-
mary supplier for the local
military blood needs.
Florida Georgia Blood
Alliance is a nonprofit
organization, committed to
assuring our community


has an adequate supply of
blood for those in need.
Some facts about donat-
ing blood:
Blood is used daily for
all types of operations, acci-
dent victims, acute burn
victims, cancer patients
and for those with cata-
strophic diseases such as
hemophilia.
There is no substitute
for human blood. Blood can-
not be manufactured or
harvested.
FGBA must collect 350


pints every day to meet the
needs or our local commu-
nity.
Sixty percent of the
population is eligible to
donate blood, yet only five
percent of eligible donors
donate.
A person cannot con-
tract HIV/AIDS from
donating blood. Sterile, dis-
posable needles and sup-
plies are used only once
and are safely discarded
after each donation.
A couple of updates that


v


the general population may,
not be aware of are that
even if an individual has
been diagnosed with high
blood pressure or diabetes,
they still may be able to
donate. Several years ago,
the 'Food and Drug Admini-
stration excluded individu-
als with either condition
from donating. Two years
ago, the restriction was lift-
ed as long as the blood
pressure or diabetes is un-


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for 11 months during WWII
From Page 7 joined Pratt & Whitney,
working on F100 engines in
in March he began combat F-15 and F-16 aircraft. He
flights over Europe. He retired from the private
was shot down on his 23rd sector in 1991.
mission. The observance will in-
Horn separated from clude the POW Pledge of
service in December 1945 Allegiance, led by Retired
and accepted a reserve com- Navy Chief Carl "Ed"
mission the next year. He Creamer, a former Japan-
graduated from Pennsyl- ese POW. While a third
vania State University in class petty officer during
June 1949 with a bachelor World War II, his PBY was
of science degree in aero- shot down in the Bering
nautical engineering. Sea.
He was called back to One of three survivors
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during the Korean conflict, was picked up by a Japan-
subsequently retiring from ese cruiser. He was moved
the Air Force after 20 years through seven Japanese
of service. During his civil- POW camps. He retired
ian career he worked as an from the U.S. Navy in 1960.
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engineer, guests and appropriate
In November 1979, Horn attire for civilians.

Perinatal Class

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Experienced Parents:
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Baby Boot Camp
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too much to stop for a
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World Breastfeeding


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Marketing
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville is celebrat-
ing World Breast-
feeding Week by raising
awareness about the bene-
fits of breastfeeding during
the first week in August.
This global event is cele-
brated in 120 countries and
the theme for 2005 is
Breastfeeding and Family
Foods, Loving and Healthy.
The goal of this week is to
protect, promote and sup-
port breastfeeding.
Rachel Nieves, registered
nurse and International
Breastfeeding Certified
Lactation Consultant
(IBCLC) on the Maternal
Infant Unit (MIU), knows
breastfeeding is extremely
important for new mothers
and their babies. Nieves
believes the naval hospital
benefits from having three
nurses that have been
board certified in breast-
feeding. She said, "Each
one of us is here to provide
new mothers the support
needed to promote breast-


feeding." Nieves offers a
Breastfeeding and
Collection/Storage of
Human Milk Class to new
mothers.
One of the most impor-
tant aspects of breastfeed-
ing is that breast milk con-
tains antibodies to ward off
certain common childhood
conditions. Breastfed
babies benefit from reduced
risk of diarrhea, otitis
media (ear infections), and
baby bottle tooth decay. It
also helps to protect
against some allergies,
juvenile diabetes, ulcera-
tive colitis, lymphomas and
Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome (SIDS).
Nieves' co-worker, Mary
Buskohl, also a Registered
Nurse and IBCLC on MIU,
said, "Breastfeeding pro-
motes maternal confidence
and bonding, not to men-
tion that mother's milk is
free!" Buskohl said, "I just
believe that everyone needs
to understand the benefits
of breastfeeding and the
risks of formula in order to
make an educated decision
about the choice of feeding."
Alisa Davis, RN, IBCLC


find out about the policies
of NMCRS, specific case-
work training, role-playing
and shadowing a casework-
er. My background is in
counseling so it was kind of
a good fit for me to come
here," she added.,
Hutchison, a stay at
home mom, spends two
days a week in the office. "I
really like it here because
it's different every day. I


Week promotes
in the Obstetrical Clinic all staff abou
added the benefits of commitment
breastfeeding are not just ing and infor
for the baby. She said, nant women
"Breastfeeding helps shrink efits of breast
mom's uterus following Two of the
delivery and reduces the ating breast
loss of blood. It also one hour of b:
reduces mom's risk of ing roomingi
breast and ovarian cancer ately following
and may reduce the risk of not been imp
osteoporosis." Davis offers to the
several prenatal classes for physical I
expectant moms and hospital. In
their spouse. Education of however, thE
both parents before and renovation w
after delivery of their ed combini
infant is an important com- state-of-the
ponent of successful breast- and an MIU
feeding. Support and
encouragement by the Thirooms wilfor r
father can greatly assist Thiours will al
the mother during the ini- hour access
tial process or later on with breastfeedil
problems should they arise, immediately.
The Naval Hospital is Naval
working to implement 10 Jacksonville
guidelines for successful improve th(
breastfeeding for all new provide the
moms. They are modeled expectant ai
after the United Nations want and des
Children's Fund (UNICEF) information
Baby-Friendly hospital ini- classes offer
tiative to promote breast- obstetrical q
feeding. Some of these 542-BABY.
guidelines include training


NMCRS caseworker offers financial


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
N avy and Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Volunteer
Caseworker Ann Hutchison
has volunteered her time
helping clients with their
budgets and financial coun-
seling for the past year and
a half.
"I learned about the
NMCRS when I was work-
ing with the Navy in San
Diego. I found out about all
the great things they do to
help Navy families through
grants and loans for emer-
gencies that come up unex-
pectedly. When I arrived in
Jacksonville I thought this
would be a great place to
volunteer," said Hutchison.
"It's really a great place to
work. I love being able to
help people and provide
assistance to those who
need it. It's just such a good
feeling."
Once Hutchison decided
to volunteer, she was sent
through a training program
to learn how become a
receptionist and casework-
er. "I thought it would be
good to learn how to do
everything. The training
consists of watching videos
and reading manuals to


BLOOD: Alliance schedules drives for rest of 2005
From Page 10 CNATTU Jax (8 a.m. to 1 p.m.) we cannot meet that need
Aug. 10 without your help. Please
der control: For example, if Sept. 7 support your local by
taking medication for blood Oct. 15 donating blood at one of the
pressure and blood pres- Nov. 19 scheduled drives on base or
sure is under control at o. visit one of our donor cen-
time of donation; and dia- Dec.7 ters.
betes if taking oral medica- For more information,
tion or insulin as long as FGBA will continue to you can contact FGBA at
you have -eaten prior to meet the local needs, but 353-8263.
donation, you may still be
able to donate.
As the primary source for
the local military, Florida
Georgia Blood Alliance
schedules blood drives
through NAS Jacksonville.
The drives and bus loca-
tions scheduled for 2005 is:

NAS/CNRSE (8 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Aug. 12
Oct. 14
Dec. 19

Hangar 1000 (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Mi l t
Aug. 25

Dec. 22


enjoy staying home with
my kids but these couple
hours a week lets me do
something for other mili-
tary families. It's such a
nice feeling to see the relief
on people's faces when they
are going through a crisis
and you're part of an organ-
ization that can relieve that
burden off their shoulders,"
Hutchison continued.
Unfortunately, like most


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benefits for moms, babies


t the hospital's
to breastfeed-
rming all preg-
about the ben-
;feeding.
steps initi-
feeding within
irth and allow-
g-in" immedi-
ng birth- have
plemented due

layout of the
mid August,
e eighth floor
ill be complet-
ng the new
e-art nursery
with private
new mothers.
low mom 24-
to her baby so
ng may begin

Hospital
* continues to
e facility and
services that
nd new moms
serve. For more
about the
red or general
questions, call


1 counseling
military families,
Hutchison is transferring
next month with her hus-
band to Norfolk, Va. "I'd
like to continue to work at
NMCRS there," she said.
As for her time here,
Hutchison has had nothing
but good experiences.
"Volunteering here is- a
wonderful experience. Some
volunteer opportunities
don't really allow you to do
much, but here you learn a
lot. It not only helps your
skills professionally, but
you are doing good things
for others. It's a win-win
situation," concluded
Hutchison.


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The center is currently being renovated.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinsetters and scoring
system.


Outdoor Pool
Open through Aug. 15
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Recreational Swim
Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Recreational Swim
Call 542-2930 for more info.
Indoor pool
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Military $1 per day
DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
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For more information about LT T trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Tallahassee Day Trip
Sept. 17
Includes tour of Old Capitol, Mission San Louis, and The
Florida History Museum.
$21/person
Atlanta Weekend Trip
Sept. 24-26
Includes the Martin Luther King Jr. historical sites, a
CNN studio tour, Olympic Centennial Park, Cyclorama,
World of Coke, and Stone Mountain. Free time will also be
available to shop in the Atlanta Underground and the
Lennox Square Mall.
$211/person based on double occupancy
Sign-up by Aug. 19.


I.T.T. Jaguar Tickets
On sale now at the MWR I.T.T. office.
Cost is $44.50 per ticket T
Tickets are in section 147 by the Bud Zone.
Jaguar Shuttle is $10 per game or $80 for all home games.
For more information, call 542-3318.


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Pizza & Ping-Pong
Tonight, 7 p.m.
Single Elimination tourney and pizza slices.
Prizes awarded.
Liberty Cove
Daytona Beach Day Trip
Saturday, van leaves Liberty Cove at 9 a.m.
$5
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday in August, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
Birthday Bash
Aug. 9
All August birthdays can show their ID at Liberty for a
birthday surprise.


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


Zephyrus Races
Every Friday evening- now through Sept. 9
6:30 p.m.
One-Design Sailboat Races
Entry fee is $5 per race.
Sailboats raced from the marina are free.
Call 542-3260 for more details.
Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active-duty.
Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses, knives, and other
gear at low prices.
For more details, e-mail philip.s.collins@navy.mil.


Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
tion on the youth center please call 778-9772.
Movie Night
Tomorrow night
6-8 p.m.
Free
Before and After School Registration is taking place now
at the Youth Center.
Fees are based on household income. For more details,
contact the Youth Center 542-9772.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
A group of children from the NAS Jax Child Development
Center enjoy some water activities during an end of summer
bash Friday. The children played water games and had a
cookout during the event.


Mikyla Jones, 2, left, and Allyson Stoneking, 3, practice their
hula hoop skills during an end of summer bash for the NAS
Jax Child Development Center kids Friday.


Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Kingdom of Heaven (R)
Aug. 12, 7 p.m.- The Upside of Anger (R)
Aug. 13, 5 p.m.- Miss Congeniality 2 (PG 13)
Aug. 13, 7 p.m.- Cursed (PG 13)
Aug. 19, 7 p.m.- Sin City (R)


Sailors Aweigh Program coming soon
From the USO parking lot. For games pation in the program. up at the early. Sign up for
starting at 1 p.m., partici- Sailors on sea duty, but not each game starts two
he Sailors Aweigh pants should arrive at 10:45 presently deployed may put Monday's before each home
Program, sponsored a.m. For games starting at 4 their names on a waiting game.
by the Jacksonville p.m., participants should list that will make them eli- The schedule of Sailors
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preparing for the upcoming will depart as soon as all deployed families by the Sept. 11 Seattle


Jaguar season. The pro-
gram gives free tickets,
transportation and a free T-
shirt to the families of
deployed Sailors and gives
deployable Sailors and their
families priority. It is
designed for children ages 9-
16.
Children can go with or
without a parent, as chaper-
ones will be provided or par-
ents can accompany their
children as a chaperone.
Each chaperone will super-
vise three to five children, so
there will be plenty of
supervision.
Free transportation will
be provided to all partici-
pants in the program and is
a requirement of the pro-
gram. A Navy bus will be
stationed each game day
near the VyStar ATM
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Exchange/Commissary


participants are on the bus.
The Sailors Aweigh T-
shirts provided free of
charge by the USO must be
worn by all attendees
throughout the game. The T-
shirts will be distributed to
each participant on the bus.
Participants must remain in
the designated seating area
throughout the game and
will ride the bus back to the
base after the game.
Additionally, each child
will be provided with $10
worth of Jaguar dollars
courtesy of the USO.
Jaguar dollars may be used
to purchase food or mer-
chandise at the stadium.
Before departure, each
Sailors Aweigh participant
recites a pledge to "abstain
from using drugs, alcohol, or
tobacco."
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PRT: Changes coming


From Page 1
personnel who failed the PRT
three or more times in the most
recent four years and who also
failed the fall 2005 PRT. COs and
OICs can then begin administra-
tive separation for those who are
not making reasonable progress
towards meeting the standards.
In July 2006, anyone who has
failed the PRT three or more
times in the most recent four
years and who also fails the
spring 2006 PRT will be mandato-
rily discharged.
Those personnel who failed the
PRT three or more times in the
past four years but who pass the
spring 2006 PRT must continue
passing the PRT each cycle until
they no longer have three failures
in a four-year period.
Another change is how a PRT
failure will influence promotion
and advancement opportunities.
Anyone failing a PRT will be ineli-
gible for promotion, advancement


Photos by JO1 Mike England
A group of early risers participate in a physical training class on the soccer
field Thursday. With the new physical readiness instruction coming out
soon, Sailors will soon see stricter guidelines regarding physical fitness.
assessments.


or frocking. Service members may
participate in a monthly fitness
enhancement program with mock
PRT tests to regain eligibility but
if they are not within standards
by the promotion cycle limiting
date, the promotion or advance-
ment will be withdrawn.
"The Navy is serious about hav-
ing a healthy and fit force. The


new instruction due out this year
will be even more stringent.
These changes are not about force
reduction, but readiness.
Personnel failing the most recent
physical fitness assessment (PFA)
cycle will not be eligible for pro-
motion, advancement or frocking.
In July 2006, administrative sepa-
ration processing will be manda-


AO1 (AW/SW) Craig Romero (foreground) of Weapons Department leads
the group in a series of abdominal exercises.
tory for members with three PFA wait until the very end, come to
cycle failures within the most the Wellness Center now and sign
recent four years," stressed up for a program to get some help
ACCS(AW) Diana Burns, NAS in managing your weight or with
Jax command fitness leader. the exercise portion of the test. We
"If you need help, call the are here to help NAS Jax active
Wellness Center and contact your duty members become a more
command fitness leader. Don't capable force with improved over-
wait!" all readiness," concluded Knight.
"No one is being given a clean To sign up for a program at the
slate. Whatever failures you have Wellness Center, call 542-5292 or'
within a four-year period will contact your command fitness
stand. So I urge Sailors to not leader.


NAVAIR: Scanlan takes helm during change of command ceremony


From Page 1
and upon completion was
selected as the 1982 West
Coast B/N of the year. He
then transferred to NAS
Oceana, Va, as a plank
owner, standing up the VA-
55 "Warhorses." Scanlan
deployed in 1986 aboard
USS Coral Sea (CV-43) and
participated in "Operation
El Dorado Canyon" in
Libya.
Returning from deploy-
ment, Scanlan was selected
for the Navy Test. Pilot
School (USNTPS) and was
the first USNTPS flight
test engineer to fly in and
complete a graduation the-
sis on a foreign aircraft, fly-
ing the Tornado GR-1 with
the Italian Air Force in
Practice DiMare, Italy.
Following graduation,


Scanlan was assigned to
the Air Test and Evaluation
Squadron Five (VX-5) at
the Naval Weapons Center,
China Lake, Calif., as the
A-12 Operational Test
Director (OTD).
Additionally, he served as
the OTD for the SLAMER
missile and several classi-
fied Navy weapon programs
and conducted low observ-
able engineering analysis
and tactics development.
During this tour, Scanlan
continued his advanced edu-
cation, and in 1988 earned
his Master's Degree in
Aviation Systems from the
University of Tennessee.
Scanlan was assigned to
the VA-165 "Boomers,"
where he made two deploy-
ments aboard USS Nimitz
(CVN-69). He served as


both the Boomer operations
and maintenance officers
and participated in combat
patrols in Operation Desert
Shield. Scanlan transferred
to the AX program in
Washington, D.C., in July
1993, and subsequently
served as the first Navy
requirements officer for the
Joint Advanced Strike
Technology (JAST) program
office. He was designated
an aerospace engineering
duty officer (AEDO) in
1995, and led development
of the joint initial require-
ments document defining
the characteristics and
capabilities for the Navy's
next generation joint strike
fighter (JSF).
Scanlan left the JSF pro-
gram and served in the
Pentagon as the executive


assistant for the acting
deputy assistant secretary
of the Navy for the Research
Development and Acquisi-
tion. Following completion
of the Defense Systems
Management College's Ad-
vanced Program Manage-
ment course, Scanlan repor-
ted to Atsugi, Japan, as the
executive officer of the
Naval Air Pacific Repair
Activity (NAPRA) and in
June 1998, he assumed the
NAPRA command where he
served until December 1999.
Following his highly suc-
cessful tour supporting the
worldwide deployed forces
of the Navy and Marines,
Scanlan returned to the
staff of the Naval Air
Systems Command in
Patuxent River, Md., where
he supported the Navy's


CNO: Message to all Sailors 'All ahead full'


From Page 1
Warfighting topped the
list.
"The Navy is, first and
foremost, a fighting, sea-
going service always has
been," stressed Mullen.
"The weapons and technolo-
gy change. The ships, air-
craft, and submarines cer-
tainly improve over time,
but the job remains the
same: to take the fight to
the enemy so that he can-
not take it to us."
He was quick to highlight
naval warfare as one arm of
joint warfare and jointness
as critical to operational
success.
"The Navy brings to the
fight unique maritime capa-
bilities, but...those capabili-
ties are only as good as the
contribution they make to


the team effort."
Other guiding principles
the CNO stressed were
leadership, accountability,
Navy/Marine Corps team-
work and people. He called
everyone serving in the
Navy today active, reserve
and civilian a Sailor, and
pledged his commitment to
their growth and develop-
ment. He said he would
make few, if any, decisions
without first asking about
the impact they had on
Sailors and their families.
Families, he said, are
"every bit a factor in our
readiness as our technology
and our training." Even the
Navy itself is a family, he
said, sharing "a rich tradi-
tion of sea service."
Mullen wrapped up his
message by reminding
Sailors of the high expecta-


tions Americans have for
their Navy, and added that
he felt confident the fleet
was capable of meeting
those expectations. He
called the security chal-
lenges facing the nation the
"most demanding in histo-
ry" and reiterated the
promise he made during
the change of command cer-
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Time is of the essence,
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AEDO/AMDO Officer
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he was slated for command
of Naval Air Depot
Jacksonville, where he
began his tour as executive
officer in July 2003.


He has logged over 3,500:
flight hours in over 24
types of aircraft and has
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carrier landings. Scanlan is
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Columbia College holds
From Columbia College demanding endeavor, count-
less hours of academic
Cheers of accomplish- effort, juggling of profession-
ment echoed through- al requirements and family
out the auditorium as needs.
the NAS Jacksonville cam- For some of the graduates
pus of Columbia College the day marked a signifi-
held its 13th annual com- cant milestone in a career of
mencement exercise July 16 accomplishments.
in the Fine Arts Center at IT1(SW/AW) Marisol Dum-
the University of North lao of Naval Reserve
Florida. Readiness Command,
Nearly 120 newly con- Southeast (REDCOM SE),
ferred college graduates who received a Bachelors of
walked across the stage to Science in Computer Infor-
receive their associates or mation Systems, summed
bachelors degrees in majors, up the experience by saying,
including: business adminis- "I was able to complete my
tration, criminal justice bachelor's degree with
administration, computer Columbia College in three
information systems, histo- years. I was a full time stu-
ry, psychology, and general dent and on active duty. I
studies. More than 600 fam- started on my degree as
ily and friends attended the soon as I checked in to RED-
event. COM SE and completed it
The ceremony marked the before even checking out of
completion of a long and the command."


From Page 2
newspaper or online. There are lots of folks
who are trying to sell theirs, most at very
low prices.
I realize when you're young it's difficult to
look too far into the future. Many of you
don't think too much about what future
investments you will encounter. While it's
not my attempt to try and tell any Sailor
how to spend their money, I do think it's
necessary to at least provide you some ques-
tions to ask yourself before you make a
major purchase.
For starters, do you plan to purchase a
house in the near future? Spending too
much for a vehicle or rims can potentially
slow that process. Do you have a nest egg
for future emergencies? If not, I would rec-


commencement exercise


"I am so grateful for
Columbia College because
they offered the night class-
es and online classes that I
needed. Their class sched-
ules allowed me to complete
my degree in three years. I
am honored for serving in
the United States Navy and
being a part of the Alumni
at Columbia College," con-
tinued Dumlao.
The NAS Jax and tenant
commands military mem-
bers of the Class of 2005
include: AW1 Luis Borges
(CPRW-11); YN1 Jose
Cabret (Naval Hospital
Jax); CSCS Robert Cole
(Navy Region Southeast);
AZ1 Shawn Cooper (VP-62);
AT1 Edward Curley
(AIMD); NC1 Janice Dion-
ratterree (VP-30);
IT1(SW/AW) Marisol Dum-
lao (REDCOM SE); YNC
Brian Johnson (Navy Re-


gion Southeast); TM1 Marva
Jones (AUW NAS Jax);
AWC Thomas Lewis
(CPRW-11); AE2 Robert
McKinley (VS-32); AME3
Richard Mace (VP-30); AT1
John Markee (VP-30); AT1
Sheila Martin (CNATTU);
ET2 Wesley O'Briant
(NCTS); AZ1 Danny Patter-
son (NAS Jax); SK2 Jonizel
Sioson (NAS Jax); AM2
Shain Todd (VP-16); AW1
Allen Wilson (COMTAC-
SUPWINGLANT) and ET2
Weylin Wyeth (NAS Jax).
Columbia College was
established in 1851 and has
served the Sailors and
employees of NAS Jack-
sonville since 1990. It is one
of the numerous schools pro-
viding non-traditional
degree programs from the
Navy College Office in
Building 110.


Southern Illinois University offers degree in Workforce Education


From the
Navy College Office
Southern Illinois Uni-
versity's (SIU) College
of Education and
Human Services offers a
Bachelor of Science in
Workforce Education and
Development (WED) at
NAS Jacksonville and NS
Mayport. -
This program is especial-
ly beneficial to people with
interest or experience in
Human Resource Develop-
ment and/or education and
training, including OJT.
You can maximize college
credit for prior work experi-
ence and professional train-
ing.
The WED program is
notable in its flexibility in
program delivery and also
builds. upon work experi-
ence. Transfer credit from
other colleges, CLEP and
DANTES are accepted for
general education require-


ments. The SIU segment
encompasses one calendar
year of study in a weekend
format (every other week-
end).
Each student that carries
a full-time course load may
earn a bachelor's degree in
one calendar year if he or
she has an approved associ-
ate in science degree, and
required work experience.
An associate's degree is not
required to enter the pro-
gram. English Composition
I is highly encouraged prior
to program entry.
Active duty military have
100 percent tuition assis-
tance for 12 semester
hours. Montgomery GI Bill
benefits may also used, as
well as, Pell Grants, stu-
dent loans and Illinois
Veterans Grant (for Illinois
residents only).
The following courses are
offered Fall Term, starting
Aug. 29:
WED 460: Occupational


Analysis and Curriculum
Development
WED 462: Instructional
Methods and Materials
WED 382: Developing
Your Career
WED 381A: Training
Proposal and Report
Writing, Part I
WED 384: Adult
Education and Training
WED 463: Assessment of
Learner Performance
WED 381B: Training
Proposal and Report
Writing, Part II
WED 495C: Instructional
Internship
WED 466: Foundation of
Work Education
WED 469: Training
Systems Management
WED 398C: Special
Problems in Workforce
Education
WED 496: Professional
Internship
All courses repeat every
four months to allow you to
work around deployment


schedules and family

issues.

The SIU office is located

inside the Navy College

Office complex in Building

110, Second Floor, Room 11.

Customer Service Hours

are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday

through Thursday and


Photo courtesy of Columbia College
Executive Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs for
Columbia CollegeDr. Terry Smith presents IT1(SW/AW)
Marisol Dumlao of Naval Reserve Readiness Command,
Southeast, with her Bachelor of Science in Computer
Information Systems Degree July 16. Her white cords signify
she graduated with honors.

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vehicle.
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is sometimes difficult to resist. If your
friends are pressuring you to purchase a
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Indoor volleyball league forming
The fall indoor volleyball league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty commands and personnel.
Rosters are due by Aug.12 and the season is
scheduled to begin in September with games
being played at lunchtime. Contact the base gym
to receive the rules and paperwork to join the
league.
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 Aug. 11 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

Flag Football Standings


Team
FACSFAC
VP-30 O'S
HS-15
VP-30 E'S
NAR


As of July 29
Wins
4
4
4
.4
3


Losses
0
0
1
1
1


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VP-5
HS-11
VS-32
HS-75
VS-30
NMD
Weapons
AIMD 610
CNATTU


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


Standings
As of July 28
Wins
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5
4
4
3
2
2
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2
2
3
2
3
3
5
5


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Team
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AIMD Gold
VP-16
VS-32 Blue
VP-5 Officers


Standings
As of July 28
Wins
5
4
4
3
2


Losses
0
1
1
2
2


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VR-58
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Sand Volleyball Final Standings


Team Wins
VP-30 13
CV-TSC 12
HS-15 Sand Fleas 8
NAR 7
CNATTU (2) 8
CNATTU (1) 4
AIMD 610 1


Summer Basketball Standings


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


As of July 29
Wins
8
6
6
5
5
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1


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


tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
317-9717 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclub.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
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, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
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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.
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Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
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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.fl1x.org.
The NAS Jax Yacht Club will
hold its annual "Poker Run"
Saturday at 10 a.m. Anyone
interested 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.


Local park offers classes



for adults and children
The following are upcoming classes at Westside Regional Park Nature Center
located across the NAS Jax Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Blvd.

Wee Workshop: Grasshopper Roundup
Aug. 9, 10-11:30 a.m.
Calling allwee entomologists (children aged 7 and younger) and their adult com-
panions. It's time for the grasshopper roundup! We'll be catching grasshoppers,
examining them, and learning about what they eat and where they live. Bring a
clear plastic capture jar if you have one. If not, we'll have some extras you can bor-
row. After the "roundup," we'll do a grasshopper nature craft.
Registration required. Please call 573-2498 for more information or to register.
Hooray for Home Schoolers: Summer Habitat Studies
Aug. 12, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
The last in a series of habitat studies to learn more about the plants, animals,
sounds, and smells of three types of habitats in Westside Regional Park. Data col-
lected during the previous studies will be available to all participants. Registration
required. Please call 573-2498 for more information or to register.
Bamboo Garden Structures
Aug. 27, 11 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
The Japanese have used bamboo for centuries to create trellises and other gar-
den structures. Learn to make your own garden structure out of bamboo that you
can place in your garden. Participants will need to bring an electric drill. Bamboo
and other supplies provided. Because of the use of power tools, this program is
restricted to adults and children aged 14 and older. Registration required. Please
call 573-2498 for more information or to register.





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322Argyle . $165,000 449-2725 upstairs, $650mo +
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410 Condominiums 410 Condominiums 420 House 420 Houses
Unfurnished Unfurnished
JUL CRK NEW 3/2.5TH S'Side- 2/1.5. newly AVENUES-3/2, fncd yd, 2
1463sf, all appl. no pets/ renovtd. all apple, CH/A,
sm4g. $110am. 230-6789 patlo.$850mo+ 992-2020 An CH 2/2, Golf view,icryDs ar r,. $1100 per
smkg $1 :fnc vd. Military Discount month 343-0809
SLuxuryx WGV Brand S'SIDE- IL VILLAGIO AvL$1200.422. 3423
New 2 bed 2 bath 2/2.5.1384sf,ss BAYMEADOW/9A newly
$1350 Includes a pplgranlte,lake bitTH, gated comm.,
cable water trash vew, ated.$1125mo+ ATL BCH 3/2. ar fenbk clubhse, attach. 1 car
w/d pool gym golf sd.755-6818 yd, scrn patio all new gar.3/2.5, cov. porch,
privilege scr Lanai T W 2 SOmo. Call1859.7524 $1400m. 886-06491vmsg
rv78ee TINSELTOWN -Lux 2/4 5
8w/d, gatedpool, gym.
NEW 1400SF- 2/2.5. W/D $1300mo. 807-9706
ana/v Iew of preserve,
all amenities, 11Vllagio. Houses
$1400/mo. 287-5473 415 Furnished M A GE N
O.P-new 3/2,club.pool,fit
cent. bb court. 1800 Park 4/ 2car garage
Ave. 904-505-9488 (9 aroundd pa& ire-
4, Oceanfront Condo place 15 mins from
furnished Jax Bch., NAS JAX Clay ARGYLE ORANGE PARK
i 3 bd 2 bth, update Schools all appliances
kitchen; pool call 613-3335 $1500offlcIally 8234 Rocky Creek 523 Kevin Drive
242-0411 reassigned 3/2 1841SF $900 3/2 1800SF $1050
OCEANFRONT WESTSIDE 1lbr. cozy,
Upscale Condo at Jax Bch some util, applis, AC, 8153 Leafcrest 2753 Secret Harbor
32 ted Kt. $450 + d 9661 3/2 1800SF $1095 4/2 1745SF $1050

OP 3/2.5 w/loft, gar w/d 42 Houses 8043 Sabblecreek 1969 Swallow Run
Aug. free. New TH 3ml. ufu/2 rnished- 11 $0
to AS. 5260 CollIns Rd. u4is /2 2200SF $1095 3/2 1219SF $900
#801. $1095m. 904-687-6105 ARGYLE -3/2, 2 car gar, Screened Patio!
OP low dep New TH 1pl, ch/a. $900/mo. + WESTSIDE
3br/2.5ba screened S 00 dep. 904318-8030 7242 Longhorn 6051 Maggie
Ianai, indoor utl rm w/ Argy le 3/2/2 1800sf 3/2 1600SF $1000 Circle #101
WD, end unlt! all 7353 Boysenberry Ct. Fenced Yard! 3/21157SF $875
amenities $122 $1099mo. 972-333-7570 F 3/2 17SF $
617- 901-6574
O e 1 ARGYLE 3/2 Split BR, FpIc ARLINGTON 8992 Derrickson
ORANGE PARK new lbr S Screened Covered Patio.
1st fir, walk to shop'g ReftReqssS 27 7980 Cherry Blossom 3/2 1186SF $895
$725mo. Call 282-2442 4/2 1600SF $925
ArgyChelmsford DrIve 313 Fort Milton
NEW3/2. rentor RTO, FEDERATED MQMT GROUP 3/2 1783SF $1050
$..2=ar n14. (904) 730-8060 FENCED 11913 Dover Village
Cle Arls Ridge Subdivison 3/2 1650SF $1025
ORTEGA-2/2 The VenetIan, 8411 Andes Drive North SOUTHSIDE
unit 510, Timuquana Rd. at 3/2 1457SF $930 3408 Cullendon Lane MIDDLEBURG
Ortega River, cony. to Naval Fenced Yard3nnLake
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP 174SF $05
Air Sta & Roosevelt Square, DER G ROUP 3/2 1227SF$975 139 San e
$1150. 778-26973 (904)730-8060 FENCED 3/2 1350SF $875
1150.7782697 W/SCREENED PATIO
ORTEGA RIVERFRONT LA view @ Watermill 1827 Shannon Lake
Ve neti a n, 2/2+ I oft. 9367 Prosperity Courtownsuare 3/2 1350F $800
Gated ameniti es. 3/2174151150 2318 Townsuare 3/21350F $800
$1000m. 904-226-1700 FEDERATEDMGMT GROUP 3/2 1114 $900
(9e4) 730N2060 FENCED 3723 Alcove
gated w/amen.. appl., Argyle
1200m.90433562 Northwood Waterml 12340 Silent Brook /2 1268SF $895
PVB newly renov. 4/2 1745 $1075 3/2 1432SF $925 2753 Secret Harbor
2B/2B, W/D, scr prch, FEDERATED MGMTGROUP 4/2 1745SF $1050
alarm $1,175 273-4059 (904) 730-8060
Rlverfront/Lakewood 3/2 Argyle-Shlndler dr. MANDARIN GREEN COVE SPRINGS
all amen,. gated comm, 4/2.52 story, 11248 Spurline 2787 Sapid
appliances. fncd 2/2 1159SF $825 4/2 1465ST $995
Southside & Downtown yard. $1275mo+dep 1/2 MONTH FREE 1 month free
1 ondo 6104888 ARULINGTON 3/2$1150mo 357 Redwood Lane OAKLEAF
Southslde Waterfront + dep near Mayport. 3/2 1300SF $1025 3694 Silver Bluff
lbr/lba wash/dry. $700 Avail 8/10. 904-869929 3/2 1300SF $1025 3694 Silver Bluff
lower, lease, 722-8003 Atlantic Beach Townhouse 4/2 $1150
SoSIDE/TINSELTOWN 2/2 2/1.5 Totally Renov. 822
gar, w/d, gated, all Cavalla off Royal Palm www.federatedmanagementgroup.com
amen. $1200m. 824.2156 &Atlantic $900. 855.3288
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420 Houses
420 Unfurnished
4 Brand new house In
/ Dames Point; 2834 sq.
ft; 5BR9/ 3BTH; 3 car
garage; covered porch
on conservation lot: 1/5
mile from high school;
Publix. Blockbusters an
eateries; 2 1/2 miles from
elementary and middle
school- $1500/month; no
pets allowed; Call Kurt at
307-8023 or Helen 699-5102
CEDAR HILLS -3/1.5,
1606sf, Ig fncd lot.
$1100mo. +dep 287-2703
CF & NAS Bachelor Cottage
2BR $545 Quiet. Refs Req
(904) 778- 2897
Clay-Silver Creek ,new
4/3,culdesac,all brick
.Grt Schools, $1250mo.
742-7486 Chris
Eagle Harbor 5/3.5
Water, Woods, Golf.
3200 st/$2100 1 Sept
410 271-9845/48
EASTSIDE -HUD OK,
CH/A, Fenced yard.
1919 E. 27th 4/1, $725
Leggett Realty. 396-3212
FERNANDIAN BCH.
Walk to beach. 4/2,
tl,2000sd, large fenced
yard, $1650m. Avail.
August. 904-261-3865
Girvin/ Atl Blvd 3/2
Avail Aug 11th near UNF,
Base, $1300m 247-4959
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
4/2 brand new $995.00
Nr schools/shopping.
Accent Jax, 388 2225
Green Cove Springs
ARAVA 3083 Seth Drive
4/2 1465SF $950
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ICW/PABLO BAY New
spacious 4/3. 1900sf
$1700m. 904-814-7613
ICW 4/2.5, pool w/spa,
fncd yd, fpl. 2 car gar,
$1665m+$1500d. 318.6629
ICW -4/2.5 ba, new, 2200sf,
comm pool, Irg yd
$1500+dep. 904 642- 2910
ICW-Navlgatable Inter-
coastal Canal boatlift,
dock, 4/3, 2285sf,
$2400mo, pool & Iwn svc
Incf. 223-6850
SIntracoastal West,
Hedge/Atlantic
H offered due to trans-
fer 3/2, gated com-
munity ch/a, sunrm. wd.
firs. frpic, steps to com-
munity pool/tennis.
$1100/mo 751-6992
JAX BCH- 72 Oakwood
3/2, 2 car gar, Irg yd,
$1700mo. 904-249-9607
JCP pool, fit, ex schls, 4/2
/2, bit '03 ready $1290.
gated com 408-314.0015


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A420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

JAX BEACH WATERFRONT
2/2, Furnished. $2100
ww.leasedluxury.com
(904)651-6064
Julington
3/2.5 1460SF $1025
FEDERATED .
MANAGEMENT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
KINGSLAND, GA -3/2 in
Mariners Landing, on
culdesac, $850mo no
pets, 904-654-4735
MANDARIN 3/2, 1800sfd
Fpl, 2 c gar, fen bk yd
$1295mo, 904 860 8102
Mandarin
4550 Forest Haven
3/2 1457SF $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
4 MIDDLEBURG/Hwy
220. 3/2, gar, quiet
ilneighborhhood,
close to daycare.
NAS Avail 8/5. $910.00
904-806-1188
MIDDLEBURG/RIDAUT
LNDG -3/2, open kit,
fen yd. new crpt $1000/
mo. Call (904) 608-8427
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. 1600sf
$1000m+dep. 699-2770
N.E. SIDE Victoria
Lakes, 2,000sf. 3/2 +
ofc, A Rated Elem Schl,
$1395mo $1395 dep. NS/
No pets, 502-5519
NORTHSIDE -3/1, 1000sf,
$675mo + $500 dep.
Call Eric 813-4999
NORTHSIDE New 3/2
affordable, cony loc.
$1195mo. Call 361-8091
Northslde
Sheffield Oaks
Subdivision
3440 Brahma Bull Circle N
4/2 1745SF $1075
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
N'Side-4/2,Executive
Home.AII amenities
Included.Avail 09/01/05.
References req.Excellent
for short term duty.No
pets. 904-655-2533
N'SIDE RTO 2/1, ch/a,
newly renov, $650m.
904-535-7461
O.P./MDBRG -EZ access
NAS Jax/ Cecil FId, new
in '05, 3/2/2, $1200mo.
Avail mid Sept. Call re
perks 868-7472
OP 2/1 TRIPLEX UNIT
remod., nice, apple's
w/d, $640 mo 708,5729
OP 3/2,1950sf, scr prch
& fountain pond. $1500m
Debarry & Gano 655-2099
OP-4/2, Bellair W. area,
340 Aries, no pets,
$895/895. 904-272-7352
OP Oakleaf New 4/2
cul-de-sac 1800sf
$1250mo. 904-291-5208


H houses
420 Unfurnished

OP-Fleming Island-
Pace Island Exc home
4/3/2, on 1/2 acre &
lagoon. Gated comm.
Dool, tennis,basketball,
boat dock on Dr's Lake,
no pets, $1,700
561-339-1781 or
561-630-7792
Orange Park- Share
S Large 2-story home
with pool- $325 + Utl
+ Dep 612-6646
(non-smoking) Also, share
4-acre horse ranch in
Middleburg (same price)
612.6646
ORANGE PK 3/2. 2 car
ear, Ig grt rm, frml din.
fen yd, no pets or smk-
ing, $950mo 264-6805
ORTEGA AREA $895, 3/2
Nice older home. Well
maintained. Close to
Schools/Shop. Flagship
Prop 388-2225 x126
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
cargoar, comm pool/ten
$1375mo 352-514-1848

PONTE VEDRA BCH 2/2,
gar w/d, walk to bch.
E. o AlA. $1500m. Call
904-273-1608 Iv msg.
PONTE VEDRA L'ATRIUM
Mov-In-spec, 2/2, 2 c
gar, comm pool, tennis,
1200mo. Call 338-4334
PVB -3/2.5, 1800sf+, scr
Wch, comm pool/tennis,
1295mo. Call 887-6288
PVB 3/2. 32 Capecod.
E. of AIA, 3 blks from
bch, fncd yd, hdwd firs
$1900m 904.940.7258
PV Beach 3/2 tile firs,
fendbkyd.srn patio,
$1500mo. Avail 9/05
904-829-9387, 237-0146
RTO Vnice 3/1 CH&A
$ 2500dn + 1st mo rent
895mo. 904-994-2006
Southside
7801 Pt. Meadows Dr#3307
2/2 1200SF $1095
Pool included In lease!"
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
S'SIDE 0 BUTLER 3/2,
gar, $1150mo, + $1150
ep, Call 545-3239
S'SIDE 2000sf Hardwood
3BR/2BA. 2CAR, SunRom
Nice@ $1300m 645-7342
St. Johns Co/Heritage
Lndg NEW 3100sf Upgrds
5 3 2150m 220-6395
ST. JOHNS GOLF CC new,
5br/3.5ba, 2 c. gar. fam
rm, Fpl, Ig lot. golf
course view, $2000mo
Pilar 954.-801.2306
ST. JOHNS Stonehurst off
210/95, NEW 4/2 /2c
$1350 mo.408-580-6323
ST. NICH -3/1, new cpt,
tile, kit cab, apple,
$850mo. 463-4912
WESTSIDE 3/1, 5114
Bland Rd off Cassat
$750mo+$700 dep-
Beautiful Investments
Realty. 904-707-1930.
WSIDE -2 & 3br houses,
CH&A, w/d hkp frig ,
stove 384-5833


ARUNGTON/SOUTHSIDE
2181 Mesa Grande Ln
12003 Saverio Lane 1/2 Off 1st mo
9132 Mt. Arlington Ct
4743 Brierwood Rd.
452 Tabor Dr.E. 3/1 $1100
7701Timberlin Park #537
706 Oaks Plantation Dr.
1726 Ryar Rd. #1
1726 Ryar Rd. #3
ORANGE PARK
6005 Bermuda Dr. 1/2 off 1st mo.
WESTSIDE/RIVERSIDE
2923 Golden Pond
1248 PangolaDr. 3/2 $1100
7525 Pheasant Run Dr. 3/2 $1100
8049 Lamb CL
4747 Plymouth St. Just Reduced
2874 Green St. 1/2 off 1st mo.
805 Cone St.
MANDARIN
4020 London Road
11152 Cloverhill Cir. W.
YULEE
308 Edwards St.
NORTHSIDE
1734 Shore View Dr.
874 Poydras
13648 Canoe Ct. -1/2 off 1st mo
1287 Brighton Ridge Ct
1429 Biscayne Bay New
1443 Biscayne Bay New
3104 N. Myrtle Ave. Commercial
2461 Dolphin Ave. 3/1 $895
11236 Americana Ln
10217T Briarcliff Rd.E. 3/1 $850
5630 Calvin Ave.
7106 Bloxham Ave. 3/1 $775
1519 Morgan St.
10728 Meadowlea Cir W
920 Saratoga
439W. 25th St.


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757-3466
Ask About Specials'
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420 lHouses
420 Unfurnished

W'side Ig 3/1 w/gar &
fenced yd. new crpt,
apples $695m0. 472 7314

425 Manufactured
Homes

NW JAX CLEAN 2BR AC
No pets Priv Lot, Unfurn.
$140wk CALL 764-0640

430 Roommates

ARLINGTON female pref,
responsible person, no
dogs, $425mo 525-5896

FLEMING ISL furn
mast suite non smrk, I
incl. bills & cbl, hse&|
pool priv. $400 +dep I
Avail now. 610-9512 |
Mandarin share 3/2
house $400 +1/2 utili-
ties, call 904-288-0579

MATURE MALE
roommate wanted.
Large 4bdr home
near bases. Cpll Jill
904.573-0909 leave msg
904 771 2678
OP 2 Story hse w/pooL
Also M'burg Horse Ranch.
Each $325+util. 612-6646
4, Orange Park- Share
Large 2-story home
with pool-$325 + until
PDo F Il? e F
(non- ,ir.- .. i C ,. :r, ,' ,
4-acre horse ranch in
Middelburg (same price)
ROOM FOR RENT.
/ mile from NS
\jJMayp ort. $400m.
Cal 215-593-9448
4, WANTED 2 ROOM-
MATEs $500 incl W &
E home crookerrun-
nor pool 2 car gar.
large yard 5 mins to base
912-674-3058
WESTSIDE, SWM,
ex AirForce seeks
quiet roommate,
Lazyboy, tv/vcr,
washer/dryer, very
clean, $70.00 a week
SCall Fred 904-771-8225
Left on 103rd st. 5937
Jammes Rd

435 Rooms
435 )o RenI

ARL-5 min to JU,looking
for a responsible, quite
person. No pets, call for
details.904-745-6232
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
w/Micro, Refrig
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343

ARL rooms for rent,
nice, cable, pool, $90/
wk. $90 dep. 744-3810
ICW -very Ig priv rm,
very nice, pool, Ikfrnt,
all ncl. $700mo. 563-6262
,. Male Roommate
Wanted near NAS
_1JJax Furnished
utilities included
450.00 per month call
904-779-4660
MURRAY HILL Cable,
newly remod, $375/mo.
612-2468 or 387-6526
Nside $80 & $85wk
access to kitchen &
bathrm, near bus, gro-
cery store wkly &
monthly+dep. 764-4797
a. Room For Rent,
SQuiet country
Ilsetting. all utilities
include furnished
unfurnished $375.00
monthly Chip and Tina
912-882-3506
SRoom for rent
mo ntn 2 month
S3$3r00 all u ltie.
near NA5 JAX call
Saray 90& 4016E.
Beach/
44A 0 acalion/
Resorts
8 DAY CONDO STAY
17 areas value $2000 will
sell $200. 904-891-2931
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $595wk.
352-376-9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront
OCEANFRONT LUXURY
for two, all amenities,
$700wk (904) 471-0792




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505 Commercial/
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507 Commercial/
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510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
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Commercial/
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For Sale

Commercial Investment
Property in rapidly
growing coast mkt.
Recently Renovated
18k sq. ft fully leased
retail/office. Call Kirk at
Ronnie Perry Realty Co.
912-267-0006/222-5480

OFF CESERY 50OOsf Bldg.
Tall Bay door.
646-3700

507 Businesses
SFor Sale

BEAUTIFUL Modem Salon
fully eqpt, full svc,
ready for bus. In Man.
Dont'Delay 904,234 1031

510 Office Space
For Sale

4000SF MEDICAL BLDG
with tenant, 5yrs old,
Southpoint area nr St.
Lukes, superb invest-
ment oppty with 7-10%
return guaranteed.
538-9909


515 Office Space
For Rent

REGENCY-S/SIDE NEW
OFFICE SPACE FOR
RENT
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5Q.FT. 1905
CORPORATE SQUARE
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Financial
550 Business
Opportunities
555 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold


Business
550 Opportunities

Accts provided. Fin. avi.
$6000req'd. (B02430)
1-888-399-6437 x11
CHINA- Imports /Exports
can return 25-35% on
your investment. Call
904-307-5016
COMPLETE CONCRETE
LANDSCAPE CURBING
BUSINESS Everything
you need to get started.
12,500. 386-590-0386
evenings

Liquor License, 4COP; Duval
County, $200,000
Call (904) 631-6917
PROFITABLE ONLINE BUS.
FOR SALL Home based.
Family owned for 6yrs.
Complete internet
marketing & site train-
ing incl. $20k. Call
Rich ard 407-322-4242
WOMEN CLOTHING
STORE-Great location
$39k.Call 294-2400

560 Financial
560 Services
Bankruptcy
Sto0 FOniccioure&
Reposession Call itn
Dolaghan Law Firm
For a free consultation.
Evening and weekenac
apDointmer, nL avail
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565 Money to Lend
5 or Borrow

ABACO Mortgage Corp.
Home loans Buy &
Refin Now Less than
perfect credit Bank-
ruptcy OK. Call
Fredricka 904-535-5248
FORECLOSURE BAIL OUT
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Top pay. Full time Ben-
efits. Call S&W Materi-
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709 Aviation
GSE MECHANIC
Signature Flight Support,
a BBA Aviation Ser-
vices Group company
(world's largest FBO &
aviation support com-
pany) has an immedi-
ate opening at our
Jacksonville Interna-
tional Airport facility
for a ground service
equipment mechanic
Exp.only. lyr min exp
req'd. Valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/
GED and flexible
availability required.
Candidates must pass
drug screening and 10
year background check.
12 & UP comm. with
exp.) plus bens. Apply
in person before 08/05:
Signature Flight Support
JAX Int'l Airport,
14700 Yonge Drive.
An Equal Opportunity
Employer
L.P.C. TECHNICIAN
Min 5yrs exp in Aircraft
Maintenance in large
Turbo Jet Aircraft.
Background in parts
identification req .
Competitive salary &
bnfts. Send resume to
Bldg. 815 Cecil Com-
merce Center, 6025
Flightline Rd. Jackson-
ville FI 32221 or apply
on line at:
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7107 Industrial/
7 Trades

A/C NEW CONSTRUC-
TION- rough installers
& exp. service techni-
cian, flat rate, best pay
in the city 743-3350
AC/REF COMMERCIAL
SERVICE TECH
Min 3 ears experience.
Call 260-0464
AC COMMERCIAL SER-
VICE TECHS, refrig, &
chiller exp a+ ALSO-
Installers & helpers
needed. Must have
clean MVR. Great pay,
exc bnfts Amy 378-1499
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
resume to HR 0
904-355-0131 or cali
Bob 0 904-354-4643.
CARPENTER
FRAMING EXPERIENCE
W'slde, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759 2875
CARPENTERS,
APPRENTICES &
JOURNEYMEN
All types of Commercial
Construction
Form Trim Drywall
Health Ins. & Pension
Drug Free/Transp a MUST!
Carpenters Union
Be a Part of Today's New
Union WE ARE ON THE
MOVE COME JOIN
388-3972
CARPENTERS & WORK-
ING SUPERS. High end
remodeler seeking
detail oriented trim
carpenters & working
supers. 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.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS Framers.
Helpers, Cutters for
Framing on W'slde. F/T
only. Top pay. Subs
welcomed 904-591-8475
or 904251-4340.
CARPENTERS residential
framing nec. OP, Argyle
&W'slde areas Tools &
transp req. Ph. 545-0207


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706 Accounting/
706 Bookkeeping

Audit Clerk
Westside co seeks indi-
vidual w/gen acctg,
Excel and Word exp.
Must be detailed ori-
ented and have
troubleshooting skills.
Hrly wage $10/hour.
Fulf benefit pkg. Send
resume to: HR Mgr. P.O.
Box 37888, Jax., FL 32236
or fax to 781-3057.

707 Driver

BOARS HEAD
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
* Driver/Merchandisers
(Pay $10.00/hr)
FT Position CDL req'd
Able to 1.1t up 1 50 Ibs
Benefits and profit
sharing available.
Apply M F 93m 3pm.
275Davn Rd. Jax.Fla.
32207. Pn: 904 730 5007
Driver
Beat the heat?
Looking to make
$500-$800 this summer
Put away that pic and
shovel. Come drive for
Jacksonville's finest
transportation com-
pany! Relax in our
air-conditioned, late
model fleet.
Be your own boss. make
,,ur o.'.n n.-dule!
P3r3 tr 3rc.i t3 .0f Shuttle
,r,ers ai5 1'." ao liablee!
If interested call
rim Collins 355-8294
DRIVER NEEDED
F-,,r Rill Or. ru,:k Drug
TCst rei.r.:o starting
13, Ill ,rC3il f.96 7843
or 69t.-970,
DRIVERS;
HEAVY EQUIP. w/CDL A &
WRECKER DRIVER with
CDL B or D
Exp nec. no felonies,
benefits. ASAP Towing.
904,771-7111

Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
2 yrs food deliver exp.
helpful, $9.25/hr. review
after 3mo's bring MVR if
possible. 354-7600

DRIVERS
FULL TIME & PART TIME
CHARTER BUS,
CDLB
PLEASE CALL 381-9496
M-F 10 to 3pm

LOOK NO
FURTHER:
15 Class A drivers
needed
IMMEDIATELY!
Do you have a Clean
driving record? At
least 1 yr recent
exp? Competitive
pay, local runs,
home every nite
Call GPC driving
(904)443- 7377 for An
instant interview.
Hazmat a PLUS
SIGN ON BONUS!

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605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/
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8 Week Eve Class Aug 22
Superior Instruction

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700 Domestic
CHILDCARE for 3 chil-
dren Tue & Thur after-
noons OP area 213-4746.

.. NEED CHILD CARE
.for after hours or
l|for special occa-
sions? Contact Me
at 619-302-6160

702 Customer
702 Service



Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Aviation er-
vices Group company) -
world's largest FBO and
aviation support net-
work has an immedi-
ate opening for a full
time Customer Service
Representative. Must
have valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/
GED and flexible
availability. Candi-
dates must pass drug
screen. 10 year back-
ground check.$9./hr to
start. Apply in person
before 8/05 : Signature
Flight Support, JAX Int'l
Airport, 14700 Yonge
Drive. An Equal Oppor-
tunity Employ
Signature Flight Support
Jacksonville
International Airport
1470 Yonge Drive
An Equal Opportunity
Employer
CUSTOMER SERVICE JTB
area BP. F/T, evenings
& late nights incl.
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710 Industrial/
710 J Trades

CARPORT INSTALLERS
Earn $1000/wk.
Call 904.-298.-3301
CARPENTER HELPERS F/T
Tools & transp req.
Co. vehicle MUS HAVE
GOOD DL. Will train Grt
Pay, BRnfts. 993- 7687
Clay County Utility
Authority has an
opening for a Class "C"
Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator. Must be
licensed with the State
of Fla. None others
need apply. High
School diploma or GED
required. Starting pay
14.64 hr. with excellent
benefits. EOE and drug
free workplace. Send
resume to Clay County
Utility Authority. 3176
Old Jennings Rd.,
Middleburg. FL 32068
Attn: Human
Resources or e-mail
r e s u m e t o
cbyran(gclayutillty.org.
CLIMBER with exp &
year for Big Ben's Tree
service. Call 641 1131
Concrete Dock
Installers
Construction Experience.
Drivers License and
ability to obtain pass-
port Required. High
school Diploma/GED
and Travel Required.
Benefits upon eligibil-
ity. Drug Free Work-
place. Equal Opportu-
nity Employer. Call
904-358-3362 for
additional information
CONCRETE FINISHERS
With experience, tranp
and tools. Bilingual.
TOP PAY $$$
Call 737-1558
CONCRETE FORM CAR-
PENTERS- valid DL & be
able to read & under-
stand plans. Apply in
person: King Concrete
2650 W. Beaver St or
call 389-0001
CONCRETE LABORER Exp
only Transp nec
778- 4827; 759- 9588
CONSTRUCTION SITE
CLEAN-UP. Class D' Lic.
req'd. FT, good bnfts.
904 786- 5503
CUSTOM PAINT & BODY
SHOP- Full time gd
benefits 786-5503
Driller
CDL desired, guaranteed
40 hrs, ful benefits.
competitive pay
(depends on exp) and
incentive plan, clean
driving record and
outside work required.
Apply Universal Engi-
neer, 5561 Florida Min-
ing Blvd. 296-0757.
Drywall/ Metal Stud
SUPERINTENDENT
for interior general
contractor. Bnfts & op-
portunities Ph. 477-9437
or fax resume 268-8995
ELECTRICIANS
JOURNEYMEN & HELPERS
Comm/ resid Exp req.
Exc benefit pkg incl.
retirement, paid holi-
days & vacations
Call 721-4044
American Electric
8751 Atlantic Blvd.
Electricians w/Marine exp
3482 Lakeshore Blvd Jax FL
32210,904-389-1125
EMBROIDERER/SCREEN
PRINTER No ex nec.
Full benefits. 889-4511
or fax 904-886-0144
DFWP


710 Industrial/
710 J Trades

INDUSTRIAL LIFT
STATION MECHANIC
Experience with 230/480v
pumps tand controls.
Must be able to
troubleshoot and read
electrical schematics.
Plumbing exp. a plus.
FDL & Diploma or GED
required. Only quali-
fied techs wil be con-
sidered. Fax resume to
386.446-.681 or mail
Itomicek@uswatercorp.com
EOE/DFWP

Invivo Corporation -
formerly MRI Devices
Corp. Our Gainesville,
Florida facility has
many great opportu-
nities for Individuals
with electronic manu-
facturing Interest &
experience. Please Fax
resumes to
352-336-1410 or e-mail
us at lobsgo@
invlvocorp.com

- RF Engineer
* RF Research Technician
* Mechanical Engineer
* Manufacturing
Engineer
* Electro-Mechanical
Designer
* Electro-Mechanical
Draftsman
* Engineering
Technicians
* Electronic Engineering
Assembler
* Senior Electrical
* Engineer
* Electrical Engineer
* Research Engineer
* Quality Improvement
* Engineer
* Electronic Assembler
* Electronic Technician
* Manufacturing
Supervisor
Please visit our website
at www.lnvivocorp.com
for job descriptions and
requirements.

METAL STUD FRAMING,
SUBS NEEDED
904-318-1056 Iv msg.

NOW HIRING
(4) Positions Open
Immediately:
*Foreman
*Equipment Operator
*Entry level or experi-
enced laborers
Please Call
(904)636-6074 to set up
an Interview.

PAINTERS Trans & tools
req'd w/exp. 525-6844
Habia Espanol 887-0724

PIPE & GRADE LABOR,
OPERATORS & FORE-
MAN for site utility. Exp
a + EOE DFWP Miranda
Contracting 388-1121

PIPE LAYERS/
TAILMAN/HILLMAN/
LABORORS
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

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
with exp. Valid Fl DL.
Great bnfts. 384-4749

NU IIBRSD & HLFP DERS


For new construction
Equipment Crockett Plumbing.
Operators 904, 387- 0176 DFWP
Loader operator for POOL SERVICE TECH
grade crew. Great for Chemical Only Ser-
dentl, hoealti \, vice Co. F/T no wkends.
detl, d'hoIrd.Fs No exp needed, will
Vac. 4 O D P train. CDL lic a plus but
Apply at: not req'd. Drug screen.
FLORIDA ROADS Call Carey 636-0903
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106
ROOFERS
Good pay. Own trans-
Glaziers portation. Call 288-0431
Lee & Cates Glass is
looking for comm. gla- ROOFERS NEEDED.Need
ziers w/3 to 5 yearsexp ROOFERS NEEDED. Need
to work for the leader1 own transportation and
in our industry. Much tools. Call
work to do. Up to 904-509-6484.
$18/hr. Send resume to
HR 904, 355 -0131 or SATELLITE TV Installers
call Bob @ 904,354-4643 Needed ASAP Must have
HANDYMAN- w/exp exp in comm & resd FT,
own truck & tools, gd Gloria 904- 641-3474
starting pay, Respond
by fax 268-6248 TRIM CARPENTERS
HVAC SERVICE TECH- NEEDED-Transp & tools
light comm subcon- required. Call 509-5407
tractor must have truck
tools ins. $40+/hr ".] [l'rll
262-0774 or 230-2144 GMT TEC
INSULATION INSTALLERS To inspect, service &
earn up to $750/wk, maintain. F/T Exp
Valid FL Drivers Lic a prefed, will train paid
must. Will train. Sign vac, benefits, co. truck
on bonus / exp only. clean FL drive lic.
904-781-0081 James DFWP Call 731-3144



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711 Marine
7 1 Trade

CREW NEEDED
OILER/AE/ABLE SEAMAN
The OSRV Georgia
Responder in an oil spill
respond sel based
in Savannah. GA. We
are currently looking
for a full time AB,
Assistant Engineer or
QMED. Part time and
response pool per-
sonnel also needed for
all positions. 1600 Ton
Masters Oceans to 500
Ton Mates. Chief
Engineers to- Oilers
ABs STCW '95 Required1
Call 912-236-3-13
0800-1500 M- F for more
information

TECO OCEAN SHIPPING, a
leading maritime
employer. is accepting
applications for all
limited and unlimited
licensed and unli-
censed positions.
Must have valid MMD
card and STCW 95 with
current U.S. passport;
minimum A/E license Is
DDE unlimited and
Mate is 1600-ton
oceans endorsement;
recent seagoing expe-
rience a plus.
Please fax resume to
813-242-4849 or mail
tosemployment@
tecoenergy.com
EOE



712 Mechanic
MECHANIC Auto/Truck.
Gas/Diesel. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904)2695-7045

MECHANIC- to repair &
maintain heavy con-
struction pile driving
equipment. Will train,
must have valid drivers
license and good driv-
ing record. Own small
tools, welding exp a
plus. 904-284-1779

SEMI TRAILER MECHANIC
Needed. At least 3 yrs
experience trailer
maint, DOT inspections.
Welding helpful. Jax
and Palatka openings.
Top dollar for right
persons. 334-2859.


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

715 Management/
7 A3 Professional










3 Day Work Week
Good Pay & Bnfts.
Great Opportunity!!

Contact:
Michael
Kennedy



1550 Wells Road
(904)269-1033
EOE/Drug-Free Wrkplce


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


The bstbaah
in town.
For Classified Advertising,
call 904-366-6300,
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715 Management/
715 Professional

RBHS has the follow-
ingopenings:
Behaviorist-
Elementary School
BA/BS,2-3yrs exp.
w/chBldren
Clinician -Juvenile
Justice
Masters level, exp.
pref.
Family Service
Counselor
BA/BS, exp w/
children and families
pref.
Emergency Ser-
vices Evaluators.
Weekends
BA/BS + 1 yr experi-
ence In diagnosis
ply in person
(9aj 41 pjm., M-F only)
or mall resume to
0 University Blvd. Noth. I
Suite 700 (7 Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211. I
Faxresume to 743.5109. 1
EOE/A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE

TEACHER/
BEHAVIOR ANALYST
Needed for private
school for children
w/Autism. Bachelor
Degree req. Fax 744-3443
or mail resume to:
jerichosgbellsouth.net


720 Medical

Case Managers
4Ns & Social Work
Jacksonville Naval
Air Station
Mayport Naval
Station
Incumbents
Encouraged to
Con mpetve Pay &
Excellent Benefits
Mon-Fri Hours
Supportive Team
Environment
Contact: Candace
Luthy
800-325-3982
ext 4120
Fax: 877-7S1-0005
Candace Luthy
spectrumhealthlcom
SPECTRUM'

www.SHRUSA.com
EOE/AA


LICENSED MASSAGE
THERAPIST & MEDICAL
RECEPT -fax Resume
to 783-0601

RBHS, MHRC and
MHCJ have the fol-
lowing opportunities
available immedi-
ately to people who
want to rake a dif-
ference in the lives of
others through
behavioral health
care:
RNs. Inpatient.
Great Schedules .
Full Benefits
M F, No Weekends
required.
LPNs- Inpatient
Baylor, Weekends only,
nBenefits
'- Community RN
FT, MH/SA population
Mental Health

FT, PT, all shifts,
direct care
For more info,
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer ben-
eflts. PRN RNs andLPNs,
MI-iTs always welcome.

(am 4pmM-Fonly)
or ma resume to



Fax resume to 743 5109.


720 Medical

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- PT & FRONT DESK
PERSON- SPM-10PM
Orange Park Family
practice Fax resume
to 269 1140

PHARMACIST
NEED A CHANGE?
A wonderful opportunity
Is available at the Naval
Hospital. Excellent Ben-
eflts/401K. Paid Holidays
& MORE!
Phone: (888) 621-9727
Fax: (888)620-0092
Lanlercorp@aol.com
www.lanierindc.com


723 Dental,
FRONT DESK Dental Exp
only. W'sde 41/2 days.
Exc oppty 778-0366

724 Education
INFANT TEACHERS -
FT/PT St. Mark's Ark,
3976 Hendricks Ave.
346- 0404

7 Office/
725 Clerical

EXECUTIVE ASST.
Mandarin, light acctng in
Peachtree, proficient in
Word & Excel & general
admin. duties for small
office. Ins & contract
exp. helpful. Non
smoker. Fax resume
w/salary req 262-8608


Interview now for an
exceptional oppor-
tunity with our cos-
metic and restor-
ative dental team,
Westside. Must be
organized, enthusi-
astic, have computer
skills, like working
with people and is
multi talented. 4 day
work week. $20-
$25K/year plus ben-
efits. All inquiries are
strictly confidential
Fax resume 880-6050


732 Computer
7 2 Technology

NIGHT BAKERS Must
have 3rd shift experi-
ence. Good pay. Full
benefits. Apply at any
Panera Bread.

735 Restaurants/
US Hotels

Bartenders &
Waitresses
Call Malabar 9801
Beach Blvd. 641-5033
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301




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

COOKS
Immediate employment
until 06 August 2005.
Special military
projects in Savannah.
Prior Military or large
volume cooking expe-
rience required. $11.44.
per hour plus lodging
plus $100 travel
expense. Call Service
Care of America, Inc.
1.888-817-2723
DANCERS, DOORMAN, &
BARTENDERS NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM.
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399.1110
DANCERS *
Waltstaff and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Busiest club in town!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500


River Garden Hebrew Hi
Always Recruiting for the E
RNs
LPNs
C.N.As


735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

Hiring PT Maintenance
$10/hr.
Call 641.5033 or 860-2793
Restaurant
DAVE &
BUSTER'S

NOW HIRING
ALL POSITIONS
APPLY IN PERSON
Mon-Thurs 2.4pm at
7025 Salisbury Rd. eoe.
Waitresses, Bartenders,
Doorman
Call 399-1110

740 Retail

BRIDAL SALES
& SEAMSTRESS
No nights or Sunday's
Jill Stevens Bridal
8653 Baymeadows Rd.

745 Sales
IN STORE
DEMONSTRATORS
New Product Movers, a
national marketing
company has several
open positions in
Orange Park area for
Part Time In Store
Demonstrators for a
local high profile
company. No exper-
ence necessary. Must
be able to work on the
weekends. Great
opportunity to earn
extra cash.
Call 800- 768 4650 x 18228
or visit
www.newproductmovers.com
NEW HIRE NEED TO MAKE
MORE MONEY CALL
382-2286 or 751-1425
SALES TRAINERS OF
AMERICA- $100K+
Sales training career
placement NO exp
needed 321-438-9375
or 904-291-0822

So= Technical/
750 Engineering

SURVEYING POSITIONS:
* SURVEY SPECIALIST
PROFESSIONAL LAND
SURVEYORS CAD TECH
PARTY CHIEFS
-INSTRUMENT MEN
Exc salary& benefits.
Mrs. Jones 407-426-7979

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

SURVEY Party Chief &
I-man, PLS Mapping
Manager, experienced
only, F/T, full benefits,
fax resume to DRMP
641-8858 or call
641-0123 EOE
www.drmp.com

753 Security

LOSS PREVENTION DET
Law Enforcmnt Exp
Full tIme/Gov Beneifts
Qualified applicants apply at:
NSB NEX HR 912.573.3959
fax resume 912.573-0968
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL: 1.88 398- 8903
www.speclalresponse.com

755 Miscellaneous

COMMERCIAL PEST
CONTROL TECH- Join
the best in pest control
For Turner Pest Control
Exp pref'd. Exc comp
pkg inci vehicle & ben-
efits Apply at 480
Edgewood Ave South,
or mail your resume to
hr@turnerpest.com


DELIVERY DRIVER
me Join Aaron's Jacksonville
me J-deiliver/install furniture
B3est[ PPid training, benefits
Best! bonus, stop pay Clean
MVR & criminal bkgrd
21+ yrs old. NO Sundays
Apply In Person
10740 Atlantic Blvd
7538 Beach Blvd
GREEN HOUSE
INSTALLERS
$9-$11/hr to start; will
1 St. train, must travel. Drug
258, & background check.
'8., 904-545-2567 for appt.
GREGORY WEST APTS
Housekeeper Needed
Call for Details 777-SS81
EOE

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755 Miscellaneous


light main, cleaning and
grounds. 20 Flexible
hrs/wk, own tools, EOE.
Timuquana Pk Apt
5615 Seaboard Ave. Jax,
904-771-3490
HOUSE CLEANERS
Car/ins required. Must
have clean background.
F/T No wknds, $9.00/hr.
No exp req'd. 730 -7201
INSTALLER FT to install
truck accessories and
spray in bedliners, will
train right person to
spray. M. F Call 908.5337

JANITORIAL F/T Days &
Nights. Call 306-0050
between 8:30am. 2pm
LABORERS
*NO EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED
PART TIME 10-40
HOURS (NO GUARAN-
TEE OF HOURS)
*DAILY SCHEDULE
POSTED ON PHONE
RECORDER DAY PRIOR
* HOURS 0530/EST- TO
FINISH TIME: HOURS
VARIES.
* WAGE:S10.37 NO
BENEFITS
* LIFT 50 LBS
* STEEL TOE SHOES -
POLICE BACKGROUND
CHECK COST $5.00
* US CITIZENS ONLY
ALUTIIQ
1831 NORTH THIRD ST
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
PH: 246-4777
LAWN MAINT.
FOREMAN & HELPERS
Orange Pk. 904-282-8134
LAWN SPRAY TECH
Clean DL. Growing Co. Pd
Vac/ Hol. Call 288-8494

For S. OP property. Must
have own tools 2yrs
exp. req'd. Good pay.
Disc. Apt. & Benefits.
Fax 904-272-0795

Maintenance Personnel
needed. Champions
Club @ Julington Creek
golf course. Starting
pay $8.00/hr. Call
287-3313 & leave msg.
MAINTENANCE PERSON -
FT, Call 260-9712 or
Apply In person 3857
Pritmore Rd
SERVICE REP- Termite,
lawn & Pest Control,
great benefits, Drug
ree will train if not
exp. 389-3235
TRAILER INSPECTOR FT
Good benefits. Call
Myrna 733-4414
TREE CLIMBER: Myers
Tree Service located in
Fernandina Beach, FL
has positions available
for Experienced Tree
Climbers. Benefits
include: medical, den-
tal, paid vacation. Pay
rate based on exp. Drug
Free Workplace. Apply
at 2424 Russell Rd.,
Fernandina. Bch., FL or
call 904- 261.2985

4/ Work from Home.
We will train you.
Must have PC with
internet. Registered
with BBB. Apply at
www.employmentfrom-
home.net/P140224


762 Work At Home

WORK FROM HOME
Earn Immediate Income.
No exam req'd. Need a
computer/ Internet.
Call for Details. Call
RoxAnne 912-673-7778

830 Child
8 Care

CHILDCARE W'side/OP
area mother of 2 can
babysit 4U anytime!
Meals, fun and morel
772-1089

870 Lawn Service-
7 Landscaping

GERROD LAWN SERVICE
*Mow & go $25* Wkly
full svc $35; *Yrly con-
tract wkly full svc. $35
Call 904-553.0030


895 Miscellaneous

STworks Interior
SDecorating Begin-
S|ner sewing class. 3 2
hours classes $60.00
Decorating Service avail-
able call 534-6642


900 Antiques

4 Antique 60"-round,
ctr-pedestail oak
table. opens to
accept leaf. $450.00
h oto available
82-31201arry.anson@
wylelabs.com
A. Antique Dresser
1880's $600. pic-
. | rt u r e a t :
home.earthlink.net
/-jahendreick/dresser/
945.1271


902 Appliances
DRYER & WASHER Irg
cap. exc cond $200 both
904-396-1672
4/ FRIGIDAIRE2 drm
S19.9 cu. ft. Top
tlfreezer, 5.8 cu. ft.
No frost. Runs
great. $150 904,220-3630
4 Kenmore upright
freezer 24x51x56 used
less than 2 years.
perfect for small
kitchen or apartment $80.00
334-1962 287-8433
Maytag Neptune Dryer
Only used 6 month
$275.00 821-4939
W/D-HVY DTY MYTG.
Ovszd cap+/30 day det
dfpnr/intelidry $400
obo 880-2026
Washer/Dryer KenMore
Elite Lg cap. Rarely
Used. $550 both 386-0772

/ WASHER & DRYER
Kenmore, works
,great! $350 for both
obo 912- 729.5654 or
904-228-0240
WASHER & DRYER
Heavy Duty, exc cond.
$200. for both. 238.7491
4 Whirlpool side by side
refrigerator exec cond
tJlyr-new $500.00 call
Christina 542-3320
x410 or 291-6503

905 Articles
jUOa For Sale
36" Patio table and
m two high chairs to
matchc. $40.00 call
912-266-2694
4 3 Piece sectional
w/fold-cut Queen
<|1Bed $1000. OBO
Dresser w/ Mirror
$300
Jean 375-0422
4, 10 Piece Patio Set
1 $328. Loveseat
Q chair, Ottoman 2
glass tables and
lamp $520. great cond.
Call 273-9987
4 Above Ground Pool
$ pump unit 1 HP
l $100.00 little used
904-757-9109
4, African Art Prints
all sorts plus
tiMasonic and
eastern star prints
you must see to believe
call 778-2464
4/ Aquarium hood
with fluorescent light.
Measures 29 inches by
11 1/2 inches. like
new. $20. firm 268-2482
4/ BED EXTENDER for
SFord Ranger Edge
< pickup '02. $100,
never used
912 576- 3130
4/ Bicycle Lemond
/ Racing Style 51
< Fisher bike com-
puter super-cond
$600 call 226-1291 "
4/ BREAST PUMP,
IMedela pump in
4VLstyle double breast
Spump in original
box. Retail for $259 will
sell for $100 firm. Call
Joann 904 772-7133
4 BREAST PUMP,
SMedela pump in
style double breast
pump in original
box. Retail for $259 will
sell for $100 firm. Call
Joann 904.-772-7133
4/ Car Subwoofer and
SAmp 10" sub in
boxt ube no box
needed. Crossfire
70WX2 Amp. Excellent
condition. $100 882.5267
4 Car Top Carrie.
"large" good con-
I ' dition $50.00
dehydrater new, in
box $25.00 call & leave
msg 777-8120
4 COMMERCIAL VCR
TRAIN COLLEC-
ITION- 28 tapes $75
%757-1936
4 Country Kitchen
table with three
It chairs $50.00 call
912-266-2694
.4 COWBOY BOOTS,
Smen's size 12, black,
tilnever worn. $50.00
912-576-3130


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905 Articles
For Sale

4 Crutches, wood,
Added, adjustable.
tl long pair and short
pair. each $8. firm
268-2482
DOLL HOUSE;
wooden, partially
finished with some
s furn. Very nice $55
call 904- 278-0971
4/ DP Model 73010
Five in one weight
Jmmachine made by
Kwelden, never
used, $250 OBO call
904-727-0733 evening
4 our P225 70R16
General $150.00
V OB 0 compaq 2
spks rebuilt $150.00
OBO Bill 246 0301
4/ Frigidare heavy
Sduty ex-large
L capacity washer
$60.00 kerosun kero-
sene portable heater $30.00
call 278-1962
4/GE Washer/Dryer
set heavy duty
must sell $200 BO
call 537-7904 after 7
/, High Chair-Fisher
Price.$50/offer.
Stroller-Graco.$50/
offer. Pack-n-Play
-Graco $50/offer.
Please Call 272-4806
Kenmore Gas Dryer
l used 3 years
\I/$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,
S excell ent condition
$150; Live near KBNSB
in St. Marys call
912-882-5267
4 Large Char Broil
SSmoker with side
lfi rebox $50.00
219-4329
~ La Schner Magnox TV
Spicturein picture
lw/ex screen pro-
tecter great con 500.00
on wheels just want
something different call
904.529-8263
& Moving Boxes; used
/ wardrobes, dishpacks,
Ltmirror packs, assorted
boxes. Packing paper
include $65.00 call 278-0971
4/ NORDIC TRACK EXP
1000 -Treadmill,
9$50 220-3630
4 Oak Hall Taniz with
Smirrows $350.00
k ,call 912. 266 2690
4/ Old German Camera
$100.00 Gold Pocket
watch $100.00 Com-
mercial Bakers rack
$100.00 Laundry cart $ 40.00
AC/Heater $300.00
904-272-7352
4/ OVATION 12 STRING
SGUITAR, Model J1l115
I Serial 187142
w/hardcase elec-
tronic tuner and pickup
good action excellent con-
ition. $650..Call 772-6320
Pool-24ft/18,000
/. gallon ,filter,
SI ladder, pump~free
delivery.$1000/offe
r.Please call 272-4806

V PRESSURE WASHER,
SPS1;1300,
ShtColemans-Paid, $199,
asking $75. Call
786-5122
/ Queen bed box-
spring mattress
S|dresser with mir-
S ror night stand
$100, treadmill $50, pool
table with balls sticks,
$50 phone 553-2037
S a Rubbermaid Slide
T/ Lid Outdoor
f Shed, 1.5 yrs old
on paid $395. Will sell
for $295. great cond.
Call 273-9987
4) Shopsmith $ 500.00
Treadmill $ 100.00
IA/C Motor &Blower
$25.00 lawn mower
Jack $75.00 9 Pieces of
Lawn Equipment
$150.00 904.272.7352
2 Size 8 White Wed-
2 ding Gown never
I)'worn purchase
W from the bridal
shop call before 8PM
please 269-1478 $300
0BO
/ Solid Oak 48"
( Round Table
9 5ex-cond $250 call
226-1291
SSPA -6 person. Free
needs tubing, heater,
rewirwired, you move.
Call 729-7218
4 SunQuest Pro 16 SE
STanning bed with
8 electrical outlet and
breaker for immediate
hook up. tan year round
$1,000.00 call 912-266-2694
s Tonneau Cover for
Ford F150 Short
CALBed 6 Mos old
$100.00 paid $260.
new 655.1929
/. Tony Boselli
S(X-Jaguar) life size
Scardardboard color
w stand-up $100.
firm 268-2482
TV 47" BIG SCREEN
Philips, PIP, hi- def.
$500. 904-866-5312
L Two Transom
1 Mount Minn Kota
STrolling Motors
$125.00 17 LBS
Thrust three speed and
A 36 LBS Thrust six
speed call 912-227-0930
4 Varl Kennels (two)
Stan intermediate
H. each used just
once. retail $90. $25
each. 317-7980
4 Wedding Gown
Long Portrait Neck,
SLnew still has
original tags paid
$449 sell for $300 size 4
call Stephanie 542-3096
x236
Yamaha Vstar
Classic 2003 1100
\ custom paint lots
of chrome low
miles $7500.00 John
220-4577 or 612.9998

ft920 Business/

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

925 Computers
4 Computer- note-
/ book.xz355,Pen-
IJ~tium
-4,1.6GHz.768mbext
ernal dvd+cdrwwire-
less card,15inch,
xga+tft screen.wln-xp
,$675 call 779-7327
4 Notebook com-
/ puter XZ355 Pentium
<|.4A 1.6 GHz 768 MB
DVD-ROm CD-RW
Wireless 54 mbps card 15
inch XGA.TFT screen
Win-Xp $675 call 779-7327

928 Electronics
/ Bose 901 Speakers
(black) a must see
for pair call
912-266-2696
4 CAMCORDER palm
size with battery &
bag $175. Camera
pentax 35mm $35 exc.
cond. 904-277-8205
/ CAMCORDER-PALM-
/ CORDER with battery
Vl/charger and bag $175.
SCamera Pentax 35mm
with bag $35 exc. cond.
904-277.8205


4Mobile DJ mixer
and (3) CD players in
mobile DJ case. plug in
play karaoke on
wheels $600.00
912-266-2694
/ Mobile DJ P loneer
SDJM 500 professional
SI ./mixer, must see and
play with $300/ best
offer 912-266-2694
940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

AIR COND 8000BTU 110v;
$60. 25,000BTU 220v;
300. work grt 389-2007

945 Garage
y5 Sales

A 3 Family Garage
SSale clothes, fur-
\4l/niture, toys Aug
13-14 9-5 Sutton
Lakes 11151 Englenook
Dr. Yorkshire Section
/ ARGYLE, AUG S&6
t 82 baby maternity.
S| etc. crib, 26" tv.
8041 Queensferry
Ln. 904- 772-7133
I ARL-Multl Family
oSaturday 8-12.
12573 Blue Lagoon Trl.


945 Garage
Sales

4 HUGE YARD SALE!
S Apple, housewares,
Clothes and more.
4050 Chuckwagon
Court, Middleburg
Foxmeadow Subdivi-
sion, Fri-Sat 9am-4pm.
8/5 -8/6
MAND Multi -Family Sale:
Sat 8am Foxwood Tris.
5351 Morgan Horse Dr N
N'SIDE HUGE YARD SALE
12621 Lanier Rd. fish
gear, furn, ciths, lots of
misc. 8/4 to 8/6, 8a-3p.
SAN JOSE/DUPONT
Moving Sale Fri. Sat 8-3
furn, kitchen, bedding
and misc items.
7104 Salamanca Ave.
SSt. Marys-lg sale
4 Sat 8-12.311 Hunt
t Club. Sofa, sleeper
,toysgirls 3T,boys
l8mth,Nice glass.
Wside Sat 7-12 Multi Fam
5055 Glen Alan Ct N.
furn. computer sup, etc.
W'side Yard Sale Aug 4 &
5. 6am. 5337 Fremont St
Everything must go!
Bargain Hunters Galore

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

950 Garden/
Lawn

Lawn Equipment com-
plete setup 42" riding
Grasshopper, 2 weed
eaters, 1 edger, 2
blowers, hedge clip-
pers, 22" cut mower,
6x10 trailer w/gate,
$4800. 904-772-8391
/ Lawn Mower
S -Murray,2yrs
V| old,runs great.$50
912-673-6496 after
4pm to see.
573-9377 days.
4 RIDING LAWN MOWER
OR Scag stand
Il behind commercial
mower, $400 for either
one. Daniel Pease 729-4001
(H) 573-9874 (3p-llp)

955 Household
Furniture
/ ANTIQUE BUFFET
TABLE, 60" L 19" W 35"
< H. Early 1900's Very
good condition $75obo
249-1611 Small computer
desk $30.
Antique Victoria
Couch In good con-
4 edition, dark mahogany
light natural, cloth.
asking $250.00 call 777-8120
Iv msg
BEAUTIFUL WOOD AND
GLASS HUTCH with
open Buffet area. Must
see! Needs TLC
$250obo. 673-9056
BED--A-- BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 674 0405
Bed-A-Affordable New
Memory Foam All sizes
1/2 Retail $ 505-7941
Bed-A-Affordable New
Plush Queen Set $195
King $275 10 yr warr
can dlvr 505-7941
Bed-A-Affordable
Twin $79 Full $99 sets
new. Can del. 505-7941

Bedroom 4Pc Set $2
BACK TO SCHOOL
I SPECIALS!II I
2 Pc Sofa&Chair From$199
SPC Oak Dinette Frm $1991
3 PC Qn Simmons Bd $19&
3 PC Sealy Twin Bed $125)
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
VCR's From $121
_0" Color TV's From $7a
Microwaves From $2%
COT CLEARANCE
CENTER "
L (904 396-9000

Bedroom Set-Full all
wood, incl. 2yr old like
new mattr. $400 627-6347
/ Bedroom set-
Stwin.white.canopy
kL.large dressersmall
dresser,with mir-
ror,night stand,box
spring, mattress.$500
obo. 777-3846
ADJ BEDS Queen, $600
lyr old paid $1250 new.
771-5973,
BOX & MATTRESS SET
On Size. In Plastic. $120
(904)6740405
SBoys Twin Bed
/ with Mattress
I excellent condi-
S t ion $75.00
904 568.-6829
4 COFFEE TABLE-
maple early,
I iAmerican style
solid wood. Center
drawer w /brass pull
very good condition $30
(904)725-0009
Computer Desk,
sofa, book case,
Si /recliner, area rugs,
tread mill, antique
table and chairs
655-1929 or 860-4112
COUCHES (2) Exc.
Second. (1) Natural
Color w/floral print,
(1) Off white w/
muted stripe.
904-228-1905 Priced to
sell.
COUCH FULL SIZE,
plush hunter green,
k1$300. Pogie net,
S heavy large paid
$150, will take $75.
278-2132
COUCH mint
Green and love
S seat under 1 yr old
$200 Call for more
374-3234
4/ COUCH -Three
cushion couch,
41 winged tip chair,
cherry wood desk
three tier cherry wood
table 573-3513
t Entertainment unit
solid wood doors +
glass door extra Ec,.
can fit 30' tv $500
364-7606
4 ENTERTAINMENT
UNIT55Lx54Wx191/
2D, contemporary
solid wooden
doors & glass door
extra ec, can fit 30" TV
$500904-264.7606
GERMAN SHRUNK
$500.
904-247-0850
SGirl Twin Bed with
Mattress excellent
condition $75.00
904-568-6829
/ Kitchen Table-
Swhite.4 chairs like
w onew $100 Palef
Green sectional
couch good cond.$100.
Call 272-4408
SLike New Simmons
double sleeper
x I/couch multi-color
new $600.00 sell
$200.00 912-496. 4789
Living room set,
couch love seat
chair. 3 pc black
leather excellent
condition $600.00
904-287-3895
/ Luxury WGV Brand
New 2 bed 2 bath
$1350 includes
cable water trash
w/d pool gym golf
privilege scr Lanai
278-9780
/ MATTRESS, King,
beautyrest double
4|/pillowtop, $150
-obo Italian
wrought iron marble
table top $120 obo
904- 742.0803 /
904 655- 5011


MOVING SALE MISC.
FURNITURE, ART WORK
& MORE. 819-1626
4 NYLON WING BACK
s SOFA $40; 4
ti swivel bar stools
$25 each.
Call 771.7482.
4 OAK DRESSER &
KING HEAD-
IBOARDS both with
mirrors. Like new!
Moving, must sell!
Come take a look!
315- 374-2044
ROCKING CHAIR,
small, green
velour, waiting for
a good home, $70
obo 904-742-0803 /
904-655.5011
Sleeper Sofa.
Sloveseat.recliner.c
L coffee & 2 end
tables-$300 for all
or will separate.Good
cond. 912-729-4685
Sofa & loveseat $700.;
sofa tbi $200. match-
ing chr & wind trtmnts
S200.; coff/end tbi
150.; curio cab $50.; 2
tw beds w/ comf/wind
trtmnts. incl's nite std,
linens & new matt /bx
sprgs $500.; dresser
$250. All In exc cond.
Call Vikki 904.859-8408;
940-4715 or 448 5047


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Only 9 Miles! 20" Wheels, All Power Options, Must See .
05 Dodge Dakota EXT Cab SLT Laramie $21,499
Only 600 Miles! Leather, V-8, A/T Loaded, Like New
04 Dodge Ram SLT Quad Cab ......$ 1 8,999
V-8, A/T, A/C, 2 Tone Paint, Loaded, 20" Wheels
04 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Edition $22,900
The Cadillac of Jeeps! Has It All, Must See
05 Dodge Caravan SXT ...........$1 6,899
TV, DVD, Dual Sliding Drs, Alloy Wheels,
3rd Row Seating, P/W, P/L, Tilt, CC, 6 Cyl., Loaded


04 Chrysler Pacifica Touring ........ .$20,999
DVD, Leather, Adj. Pedals, Heated Seats, Loaded, Must See
04 Chrysler Pacifica Touring ........$1 8,999
3rd Row Seats, Alloy Wheels, Fully Loaded .
04 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo ....$18,699
Fully Loaded, DVD, Only 16K Miles
03 Jeep Liberty ..................$ 14,499
A/T, 6 Cyl., All Power Opt., Low Miles
04 Dodge Stratus SXT ...........$ 1 1,900
Loaded, Low Miles, Like New, Must See!
02 Chrysler Town and Country .......$7,999,
A/C, P/L, P/W, Dual Sliding Doors


@ 8-Year/80,000-Mile (whichever comes first) Powertrain Limited Warranty runs from the date the vehicle was sold new. A deductible applies. + 3-Month/3,000-Mile (whichever comes first)
Maximum Care Limited Warranty runs from the date ot sale of the vehicle, or at the expiration of the 3/36 Basic Warranty. For more details and a copy of the limited warranties, see dealer or call 1-
800-677-5STAR. ++ Administered by Cross Country Motor Club, Inc. Medford, MA 02155. You must call 1-800-521-2779 for prior authorization to receive these benefits. # Rental car coverage
only if repairs take vehicle out of service for more than one day. CARFAX is a registered trademark of CARFAX, Inc. Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, and Maximum Care are registered trademarks of
DaimlerChrysler Corporation. Brand Spankin' Used is a trademark of DaimlerChrysler Corporation. 8 year- 80k mile warranty on all Chrysler Certified used cars. All prices are inclusive of $369.50
dealer prep fee. All prices and payments are plus tax and tag.


04 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4X4 ..... $17,999
All Power Options
04 Grand Cherokee Laredo ........$1 5,995
A/C, P/W, P/L, Tilt, Cruise, Alloy Wheels
01 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab 4x4 ...$ 10,999
V-8, A/T, P/W, P/L, Good Miles, Black
99 Jeep Cherokee ................... 6995
6 Cyl, A/T, A/C, P/W, P/L, Tilt, CC, Low Miles
Your Jeep Wrangler Headquarters 10 to choose From Starting at.....$ 9999
Dodge Durango's 04's & 05's 2 Wheel & 4WD, Starting at $1 8,999


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05 Infiniti G35 Coupe .............$31,999
Only 5K Miles, Leatber, Sunroof, Loaded, Black & Taon. Like New Save
04 Chevrolet 1500 4x4 Z-71 .......$ 19,999
Only 900 Miles, New
04 Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT ........$ 18,999
Loaded, Like New, Reduced to Blow Out
02 Ford F-250 Powerstroke Diesel ...$ 19,999
A/T, Fully Loaded,
00 GMC Sierra Quad Z-71 ......... $1 6,999
4wd, Loaded
02 Nissan Frontier ..............$1 4,999
4 Door, A/T, 6 Cyl., Must See
01 Toyota Tacoma Ext Cab Pre-Runner SR-5 .... $1 3,499
A/T, 6 Cyl., Tilt, CD


01 Ford Sport-Trac 4Dr ............$1 0,999
Bed Cover, A/T, A/C; All Power Options, Low Miles
00 Chevrolet Tahoe ............... 10,999
LT, Black, Leather, Loaded, Barn Doors, Super Clean
02 Honda Accord EX V-6 ...........$ 15,999
Leather, Sunroof, Spoiler, Fully Loaded
99 Acura 2.3 CL Coupe ............... 9,999
Leather, Sunroof, Looks Brand New, Must See
99 Acura 3.2 TL ........$..... 2,999
Leather, Sunroof, A/A, A/C, Extra Clean .


01 V.W. Bug GLS Turbo .............$12,999
Black, Sunroof, Loaded, Leather
00 Lincoln Town Car .................9,999
Pearl White, Loaded, Must See
00 Volkswagen Bug .................$6,995
All Power Opt., Clean Car
02 Ford Focus SE ...................$8 ,99
A/, A/C, Alloy Wheels, Fully Loaded, Only 20K Miles
04 Toyota Camary LE .............. $14,999
A/A, A/C, All Power Options, Our Loss Your Gain Special
03 V.W. Jetta GLI ................ 15,900
Sunroof, Leather, Low Miles A Must See


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SSuppliDODGE RAM 02- Metallic Blue Fire- HONDA ACCORD'92 SUV's SUV'sDodge Caravan
Sofa&loveseat,exc $ CASH PAID TRAVEL TRALERS 4x4 SLT, S7kmi, lo bird 1997 new raid- PoliceInp.$500 ListiUgst JEEP CHEROKEE mles god9onK
cond. $35 for more Boats or Yachts 545833 MWR Mayport has 2 ful lifted man extras, S | ont lator hses water- 8 748116 x73T
foan etsda rhoesdli ter,0 R T 9 dillon asking $3,600
S16'Stratos Bas ers or sale to active exc. cond. $18,900obo. CarloSS03 job ean andin great con- HONDAACCORD s 92 FORD C 10. akeN or best off5395 call
Solid light pine Boat '94 70HP duty personnel/retir- 904-284-5258 Black, loaded, ditioncall 553-6015 Pol0ceIn1pL.$50 stings iCold air intake. (904)386 .5395 call
i lht bine Johnson. Fully ees only. Units may be 8007498216 x73Z7 $1500obo. 651-5545 anytime
excellent condi- equipped, ready to viewed at Pelican Roost HONDA 8.5HP GAS Clean $1575 Mitsubishi Eclise GS bgwhs i
tion llgted to fishextras mustsell RV Park, M-F fro m ENGINEINBOX Li TRUCKDEPT pyder Convertile02 MAZDA CHEROKEA o0- DODGE Grand Caravan
with grooved glass $4100.00391-9915 1000-1500. Sealedbids $555 Vertical RCE34mi, $13,500 269-4947. transwork, asking $800.Limited leather 00 Sport Model, Red,avan
shelves Good Deal # only will be accepted at crankshaft many obo. Call 904-509-8484 TRUCK DEPOT Limited, leather. '00 Sport Model, Red,
/tter console, boat, M-F. from 1000-1500, 241-1398 immaculatelow mi, must PONTIAC GRAND PRIX SUPERCENTERp6 Disc, great sha n 6k9904i72s0244$241-8586
300j.CallG 262-927 7 KEYWEST Cen- PelicnRs f Pafrk. featukrsafte 50. 89-g00 maItUBIHIGALANT0ms3 PONTIAC RAND PRIX SUPERCENTER s Dswe i76k 90 82 4500
TWIN CRAFTMATIC BED 5drive-on trr, 7p behd ginning July 29N 2005. s f runs good$1495. 389.7 00 a9. L o1-5456Miles$13kobo. Mel-
$300 ohnohnson,so good $1750 minimum bid. No b Rims-Aluminum, runs good.1495. 389-7700 ssa 610-5456
389-8656 cond.$2,500obo. phone mail, FAX or from1976Corvette L Chevy Monte Carlo MITSUSISHI DODGEGRCARAVAN'O1
S(904) 625-5675 Ken e-mail bids accepted $350.obo 15x8. '95, 152K mi.31L ALLANT-'95S. New "PONTIAC TRANSPORT '95 JEEP LIBERTY 4x4 '03 Sport, alloys.loaded
WATER DISPENSER Bidding clos65 es at 1500. 882-516V6 BlackAT AC Ining belt., trans Great shape. riced or FORD Lariat 91, 4WD Need to sell fast $139mo wac. aS9-5820
$60. Co e 19' MONTEREY CUDDY gu Good Condition. rebit, warr paer- quick sale $975. 389-7700 new trans & clutch, $219mo wac. 388-1055
Desk $35;0 om ueABIN ION CU D Augu0bidder(s) will be SOUNDBAR FITS Great transportation work. Needs distr. $est very nice runs good
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a $400;a eMercrupser needsn ed no later than$ 1800. 268-64690or offer (904) 270-6106 OCEINPUNbo.Cal 1952JEEPRANGLER '04 1k
Kitchen Table w/chrs work, has Yamaha 1600 August 23, 2005. Fosgate 5 1/4" 317-553 (912) 322-7144 800-749-8116x252 $269mo wac.859-5820
714-1313 912-258-0644 made no later than wcddg tnncgarledCeKd. E EmodeNgood condition DaleEarnhartTribute.ar Trucks/JVC KAMELEON CD LX 2003. Ext
White Metal Double 23' KEYWEST CC2'99, Tda0 lrems t e $125o b B rian 70, 00M asking $6,000. never driven 225-2007 1340 Trailers / 'O XCab 4x4D FX4 19w m R lne DECK. 50wx4
Decker Twin Beds mercury 225, depth GPS removed from the ca771 Monte Carlo SS-#8 Dale S 'S V6, at/a input. Good cond.
perfectcondition out riggers, a umtrlr Pelican Roost RV Park 4 Tire lnew215/75/ CHRYSLER SEBRING 05. JrTributecarnever ed $17988 Manual and harness TRUCKDEPOT
291 190.T7 0312 $19,700M. Call 509-587 A t 3. 8m elmoow-micmsts0e515 driven 2252007 01 32clud Wanderer U EPTed. $43650. Brian SUPERCENTER
60.00317.1990. 45+ MPH. below NADA no later than 1600. / .3R15 with Chevy Verylowml, mustsell driven225-2007 200132'Wanderer TRUCK DEPOT 904294 7036
Formo .ocall $49. Must sell call ,umoMustang '93 347 Toy-hauler th SUPERCENTER
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one$15.904909173 ferred$22K 13 OBO 9745 Goodrich, $100, 472-1330 2NDBUYAUTO.com A FORD RANGER 717-448-0915 Extra clean,
M ine 902139745 0 BUELL BLAST '01, 9046456716 NISSAN 350Z '03, 24K mi CLEAN USED CARS T '97-Supercak XLT. ,, I ) loaded, leather,
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weight, delivery p os- 912-2662690 $1000.00 rm looksgreatSspeed
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9856-sspeakers. $150.00 call deal mussee$5000.00call call1904-786-4806 AC. excellentcondition, CHEVY LUMINA 01. In Ioade$19,987
912-266-2604 241-1398 $4,700 new air priced for immediate great snape. runs lood T D
CAR DOLLY load star 4 KAWASAKI KX250 system sale. $15,845. 389-7700 sell new. $895qii 389770 SUPE TE
$. d foor_ _Roiest7 4/tENTRE Aid-,aill904-786-4806 -Itexcellent condi- 37k m. s, n R ce J Johnson USN/RET
r0oof7r.P bed mount of evenytlong. excel- $4,700newairsystem tion asking $9,200 rebu1la Good 0
$250.SbothT51100. Call2'273ADVENTURE.lent condition. Ca LL A9 or best o0ffen transportationm Cold FORD FI50X L'93, w/ C93
904-370-1250 /,RIVERSIDE0TRAILER 904-321-1386 Ivimsg. CADILLAC Contours 94, (904)386-5395 A
__i 'Os- Queen walk red/ beige Ithr int, AC, 2.8L. V6 1250. topper. AC. 154K mi.go
Around. dble single KAWASAKI NINJA 117.361 ml, 1 owner, LINCOLN Mark VIII '96, 384-9574 C ond. S1900 '2- 369E.
bunks kitchen bath- / ZX1OR "04 100OCC well main t & clean, see Vs eng wine colon. AS
trade room. sofa, excellent Black, extras Sat & Sun 9-1. 345 San Is $5000. Call 696-7919
condition. 513.500. included, no Juan Dr. Ponte Vedra
ENT 213-9590 damage 3200miles, Bch. 904-285-6705 4 Lln Town Car
EXISED BI2 E 42A,,R 904-251-4095 or ered. Noownerfin. 'lI1,3air asking $2000.00
V8, Volvo Duo Prop, CADILLAC CTS '05, 1100
new bottom paint, KAWASAKI NINJA ml, pearl. Ithr, sunroof, LINCOLN TWNCAR '93
fully equipped, EX250 '99 2cyl, 4 exctcond, fully loaded. Silver&Gray, newtires,
sleeps/fee sd 6, : stroke, 1400 ml. $40,000. 'Call783-3170, CADILLAC DEVILLE'93
enclosed cockpit, runs & looks good, 334-6260 Blue & white, new cith
complete galley, elec- let stage 3. Muzy pipe. top, pnt & air. Both Ithr
S t r o n i t o v e3 n $1,800 C uall904772-1754 CHEVROLET Celebrity inter&exc cond. $5000
radio/CD/color TV, '86. Euro Sport SW. V6 Best for each. 269-0697
head w/shoulder, air Kawasaki Ninla'03 AT, $400.Call 238-8686
dit $13,8042/5020200 ~t see. LS99' 3.4L, moonroof, $248mo wac. 388-1055
Animals 996-8042/502-02001,4& nice7Mustsee. l61auto, sedan leather
100 Livestock&502-7514 Ca726613 interior, cass/CD 4 MAZDA MPVIES'02
Supplies AIRSTREAM&TRAIL NEMESISCUSTOM- -AM/FM stereo fully | fully loaded.
1010 P and Supplies AORTRAVE.TRLRS '0 100C.gRevtec loaded clean, moving leathere, sunroof
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES Q| -twin Contact overseas, Must sell !$5300, mCD, new tires, 32ik
60 Financial Services SalesService, Parts Kein 7881lcom- 904-230-1620 miles exc. cond. $16K
Alachua (386) 462-3039 and more Info $13,000 T LS 99' dark cherry econ om ic im p act of th e
Livestock 1 -800 -41 .6439 Kev ln 220-2801 red. sedan, 3.4L, MazdaMPVES'O2.
sREFIRIGERATOR mooroof, auto, ABS. ..l loaded, leather, DVD,
1005 # Supplies $ CASH PAID $ RFunw extended
32SacRes R new barn bit 213-1214 cass/CD -AM/FM stereo. new tires. $16,000 calltary in N north east Florida
to5withseand INbit GO ROADairbags, tow-hitch, tinted 298-3484, 504-6947
to withstand 140 mph WINNEBAGO ROAD KING BLUE windows, non-sinoker,. MAZDA RX-7 's8-
winds, Newr Englashe '9 S11.500 0BO, nice clean interior, military spd. T-top, allelec-
5ouaJernStarRanch.com GULSTREA82-1724 moving overseas, --g r ned, $ 50wo bo .
!v1400 '01 Extras CHEVY CAMARO'98. low 882-41686Iv msg.
Pet's & $6500.00 obo Leave m 38K, chrome alloys. MERC COUGAR '99. Pw
lmsg 904.652-4205 $169mo wac. 8S9-5820 pkg Cspoiler, alloys.
SUZUKI MARANDER Chevy Cavalier IS $89mo wac. 859-5820
40+ PUPPIES ON SALE | 2-y800ccStag K e1i 9Kmls.Black 225-2007 new sport wheels,
Avenues464-0146. fi tens, double 0 Chevy Cavalier '844dr, Newstereo,exctond.
OP Ma1278-6800 hard chrome drag low mi. 4cyl. AT oar- mustsee!Call Donnie
pipes. 294-2018 55000. tally restored. New at 912-322-6955
ABSOLUT1E JULY SALE CiSuzuki VL1500 tires, headliner & Mercedes45OSL
STzy Cokieoosh, York 4 Burgexhaust system. Cold f Roadster'74S.2 DR,.
SpiteToy Rat rs,CoriX mBur long AC $2995. 386-431-1354 4/red w/tan interior, Local busm civilian personnel who



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