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DEERS
Enrolling Newborns Is Essential
Page 4


Awareness Fair
Multi-Cultural Event Celebrates Diversity
Pages 8-9


Top Winners
Hospital Chefs Compete at Mayport
Page 10


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


TOUCHING



BASE

Deadlines change
Due to the upcoming
Labor Day holiday, our
article and classified ad
deadlines have changed.
All articles for the Sept. 8
issue must be turned in by
close of business today.
Classified ads must be
received by noon tomor-
.row.

Hurricane Relief
Assistance
Drop-off donations of
canned goods, clothes
(any size), socks, shoes
and children's toys at the
NAS Jax Chapel Center at
Birmingham and Mustin
Road from 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through
Friday and Sunday from 8
a.m. to noon. For more
information, call 542-3051.


Ombudsman
Appreciation
Lunch set


Photo by PHAN Jacqueline Hall
Prospective Navy chiefs from NAS Jacksonville and its tenant commands join NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(AW/SW) Chris Green (front row, cen-
ter) for a group photo in front of the Blue Angel aircraft at the entrance to the base Aug. 25


By Miriam S. Gallet
Ediitor


C loudy skies and 97-degree
weather did not discourage
the 132 newly selected chief
petty officers from gathering out-
side the NAS Main Gate for their
official group photo.


The chief selectees, in their crisp
summer white uniform, quickly
mustered and assumed the Navy
"at ease" pose, as NAS Jacksonville
Command Master Chief CMDCM
(AW/SW) Chris Green proceeded to
greet each of the Sailors.
"This is a momentous occasion


for these men and women standing
here today," remarked Green. "They
represent just about every tenant
command aboard the base and in
few weeks, the indoctrination peri-
od will be over, a traditional Navy
initiation will take place and each
one of them will return to their


commands and assume positions of
leadership and added responsibili-
ties."
The prospective chiefs learned of
their selection last month via a
naval message sent by the Chief of
Naval Operations.
See CHIEFS, Page 11


The NAS Jax Annual
Ombudsman Appreciation
Luncheon is scheduled for
Sept. 21 at the NAS Jack-
sonville Officers' Club at
11:30 a.m. This important
event will recognize the
many contributions that an
ombudsman makes
through out the year.
Tickets are $10 and are
available at NAS Jax
FFSC, Building 554. The
guest speaker will be U.S.
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
FLTCM(AW/SW) Jonathan
Thompson
For further information,
call Wilhelmina Nash at
542-2766, Ext. 155.

Hurricane shelter
volunteers needed
Forty volunteers are
needed to man the NAS
Jax hurricane shelters at
Argyle and Chimney
Lakes Elementary Schools
if a hurricane should hit
this area and the base is
evacuated.
Volunteers will be re-
quired to attend a three-
hour training session pro-
vided by the Red Cross.
The class is free and
includes all materials.
As a volunteer in a shel-
ter, the Red Cross will pro-
vide all shelter supplies
including food. A police of-
ficer and nurse or emer-
gency medical technician
will also be assigned to
the shelter to help with
emergencies.
For more information or
to volunteer, call DCCS
(SW) Matthew Melott at
542-5595 or 542-2451,
Ext. 20 or e-mail matthew.
melott@navy.mil.


FTC cracks down on 'X-rated' spam


E-Mail exposed

children, others

to graphic content
From the Federal Trade
Commission
n a crackdown on operations
that illegally expose unwitting
consumers to graphic sexual
content, the Federal Trade
Commission has charged seven
companies with violating federal
laws requiring warning labels on e-
mail that contains sexually-explicit
content.
U.S. District Court suits filed
against three operations seek civil
penalties and a permanent bar on
the illegal marketing. Settlements
with four other operations have


imposed $1.159 million in civil
penalties. The settlements bar the
illegal marketing practices in the
future and require that the defen-
dants monitor their affiliates to
ensure they are not violating the
law.
"This x-rated e-mail is electronic
flashing," said Lydia Parnes,
Director of the Bureau of
Consumer Protection. "It exposes
kids and other unwary consumers
to graphic sexual content, and it is
unwanted, offensive, and illegal."
"The Adult Labeling Rule was
designed to protect consumers who
don't want to be exposed to random
assaults of sexual material and
others, like kids, for whom it is
inappropriate. It's the law, and we
intend to enforce it," Parnes said.
The FTC's Adult Labeling Rule
and the Can-Spam Act require
commercial e-mailers of sexually-
explicit material to use the phrase


"Sexually Explicit: in the subject
line of the e-mail message and to
ensure that the initially viewable
area of the message does not con-
tain graphic sexual images.
The Rule and the Act also
require that unsolicited commer-
cial e-mail contain an opportunity
for consumers to opt out of receiv-
ing future e-mail and provide a
postal address, among other things.
The FTC charged that the compa-
nies sent sexually explicit e-mail
messages that:
Violated the Adult Labeling
Rule requirements;
Violated the requirement to
provide a clear and conspicuous
opt-out mechanism; and
Violated the requirement to
provide a postal address.
While the defendants did not
send e-mail directly to consumers,
they operated "affiliate marketing"
programs in which they paid others


to send Spam on their behalf.
Under the CAN-SPAM Act, the
defendants are liable for the illegal
Spam sent by their affiliates
because the defendants "initiated"
the e-mail by paying others to send
it on their behalf.
The settlements bar future viola-
tions of the CAN-SPAM Act and
the Adult Labeling Rule. They also
require that the defendants closely
monitor the practices of their affili-
ate marketers to insure that they
are not violating the law.
BangBros.com Inc., based in
Florida, will pay $650,000 in civil
penalties; MD Media, a Michigan
corporation, will pay $238,743;
APC Entertainment, Inc., a Florida
corporation, will pay $220,000; and
Pure Marketing Solutions, LLC, a
Florida company, and Internet
Matrix Technology, a corporation

See FTC, Page 10


Firefighters

honored

NAS Jacksonville Fire Chief
Randy Hall (second from right)
proudly accepts an award from
Rear Adm. Christopher Weaver,
commander, Navy Installations
Command, recognizing NAS Jax
as runner-up in the 2004 Navy and
Marine Corps Fire and Emergency
Services Awards for best overall fire
department. Also recognized during
the awards ceremony Aug. 16 in
Denver were NAS Jax Firefighter
Rodney Clark (left) and Station
Fire Chief David Lanier (right), who
were selected winners of the
Heroism Award.
Clark and Lanier were chosen based
on their heroic actions of rescuing
three people during Hurricane
Jeanne which hit the First Coast
Sept. 25, 2004.


Photo courtesy of the NAS Jax Fire Department









2 Ja Il NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 1, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Domestic violence not tolerated in our Navy


RR RNISHR LODHI

Job title/command:
NAS Jacksonville


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon R. Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
Have you ever been
angry? It's a silly
question, I know. Of
course you have been; we
have all experienced anger.
Anger is a common reaction
when things happen to us
that upset our plans and
lives.
How each of us deals with
anger often varies, but one
thing I can never under-
stand is how a person can
let anger override his or her
common sense by lashing
out at a family member,
either verbally or physically.
Our families are our loved
ones and I can't think of a
situation that would justify
verbally humiliating a fami-
ly member, let alone hitting
one.
Controlling one's emo-
tions isn't always easy. We
all have different levels of
stress and different break-
ing points. For the majority
of us, however, we quickly
recognize these things and
have developed our own cop-
ing methods. Unfortunately,
there are some among us


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
ere's a confession:. I'm doing
the best I can to get last
night's dishes put away, and if
the kids have clean socks, well, I con-
sider that a bonus.
But then I'm sitting down to watch
television and a commercial comes on
for antibacterial window cleaner. "My
windows have bacteria on them?" I
wonder. And then, "When was the last
time I cleaned the windows anyway?"
For a moment I am panicked. I even
toy with the idea of getting up to
inspect the windows. But then, I sit
back down again, satisfied that at
least I was able to get the gum off the
bottom of Owen's shoe today.
One of Dustin's favorite stories is
that before he left on his first deploy-
ment, I wiped down the surfaces of
the nursery prior to going to bed each
night. Ford was only 4-weeks old; he
had never even laid on the floor with-
out a blanket, much less mouthed the
corners of the dresser.
Yet there I was with the wipes,
cleaning up dirt that could only have
come into the room on the bottom of a
spider's leg, because I didn't even let
anyone wear shoes inside the house!
When Dustin came home from that
deployment (when Ford was almost
one), someone asked him, "What was
the hardest thing to get used to after
being gone so long?" Dustin's answer:
"Instead of boiling the pacifier each
time it dropped, Sarah just stuck it in
her mouth and sucked all the dirt off."
That's the difference the first year


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
who have yet to hone those
skills and occasionally let
their own anger escalate
into violence.
Shipmates, there is no
room in our Navy for domes-
tic violence. Unfortunately,
some surveys suggest that
violence occurs in as much
as 25 percent of all mar-
riages. I honestly hope that
statistic doesn't apply to
Navy marriages.
While that percentage
seems high, even more dis-
turbing is the number of
unreported domestic vio-
lence cases is said to be as
high as 90 percent. If that
number is even close to


accurate, all of us need to do
our best to maintain loving
relationships with our fami-
ly members.
We also need to be on the
lookout for any signs from
friends and colleagues who
either engage in, or are vic-
tims of, domestic violence.
If you suspect someone is
abusing a family member, or
is the victim of abuse, you
have an obligation to report
that information to the
police. Remaining silent
indirectly makes you part of
the problem.
Many think alcohol abuse
causes violence. Experts,
however, suggest alcohol is
not the cause of domestic
violence. Drinking simply
lowers one's control or inhi-
bitions and may be the
excuse for letting down
these restraints against vio-
lence. Just because a per-
son drinks doesn't mean he
or she will commit violence.
Simply put, alcohol is not
the cause, but can certainly
be a contributing factor.
So how do you detect
abusers? That's a tough
question. Abusers may lead
normal lives in all aspects
except their inability to con-


of motherhood makes. In the begin-
ning everything must be scoured
clean. But eventually managing such
feats ,as making dinner and ironing
shorts becomes life's greatest goal.
When I tell Ford (now almost 5)
about "the days when Mom washed
everything in the nursery with disin-
fectant," he laughs so hard I think he
will have an accident.
That's because Ford can't imagine
his mom-his mom who lets Owen (2)
wear his Superman cape from the
dirty clothes-worrying about things
like germy windows.
Yet surely Ford and Owen have
noticed commercials on television for
toys made of antimicrobial sub-
stances. Surely they are aware that
some people at least are concerned
about microbes.
But Ford and Owen don't know any
of these people because all our friends
are by coincidence seasoned parents.
And only a brand new mother has the
patience to disinfect toys.
And that's exactly what the anti-
bacterial industry is banking on, that
mothers' fears of disease-infested
molecules landing on their child's crib
will actually prompt them to buy a
teething ring made with Microban.
So with the time and emotional dis-
tance I have from the insanity-pro-
voking first year of motherhood-
along with my total disinterest in the
antibacterial industry-let me help
new mothers put things back into
perspective.
First, realize you can't get rid of all
germs. Think about it; some compa-
nies are trying to sell you dog toys


trol aggressive impulses.
And, just because a person
gets angry, doesn't mean he
or she will become violent.
Most of us have met people
who have short tempers.
While we may not want to
associate with people like
that, we can't leap to the
conclusion that they abuse
their spouse or children.
Experts suggest there are
three phases in the typical
cycle of violence. In phase
one, the tension builds. This
is the period where usually
calm people may exhibit
outbursts of anger or seem
unusually upset about
things that didn't bother
them in the past.
This "growing" anger is
what we should all be alert-
ed to. If we can recognize
this stage, and talk to those
around us to help them cope
with this, they may not ever
progress to phase two. It's
at this point that anger
management counseling is
most applicable and effec-
tive.
Phase two is the shortest
and most violent part of the
cycle. Phase two is where

See DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Page 3


with antimicrobial protection.
Yes, that's right, the same dog who
eats his own feces needs to have his
chew toy protected with Microban.
And, on second thought, perhaps it is
because of the dog's eating habits that
his toy needs protection. But even if
Fido's bone is sanitized, what about
the slobbery tennis ball your toddler
throws for him?
Second, some things just don't need
to be that clean. Are people really
licking your windows? Is anyone eat-
ing the grout in your shower?
Third, remember our bodies are
more resilient than we think. During
the times I worried about germs in
Ford's nursery, my Navy dad liked to
say, "POWs ate roaches to stay alive."
Of course, no one wants their child to
eat a roach, and no one considers
POWs' living conditions acceptable,
but dad's point is clear: We don't give
our bodies enough credit.
All this is not to say that people
should live like slobs and disregard
basic cleanliness, but we do need to
exercise common sense. Until Ford
chooses to eat his meals on the iron-
ing board, I simply refuse to worry
about the germs there. Until Owen
actually puts the dog's tennis ball in
his own mouth, I'm not going to worry
about it.
Maybe I'm wrong on this, but I'd
rather put my energy towards more
important things-like finally folding
the laundry and doing last night's
dishes.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


Hometown: Nashville, Tenn


Family Life: Single.


2 Past Duty Stations: HS-15

Career Plans: To attend AC "A" School, an(
someday become a commanding officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
to various countries.

Words of Wisdom: Be kind to others.
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1.


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S, _0 ROBERT PRRKER III

Job title/command:
Flrefighter/EMT
NAS Jax Fire Department


Hometown:. Toledo, Ohio


SFamily Life: I'm- married tomy loving wife,
Vernice, and we have two: daughters, Destinee
and Trinity and a son, Deron.

Past Duty Stations: USS Mclnerney

Career Plans: To become a fire chief.

Most Interdstirg Experience:
Repenting and gl iriy -itfe to the Lord on
March 3,2000.

Words of Wisdom: Christ Jesus has all
I the answers.



NCLC changing hours


of operation next week
The Navy College Learning Center (NCLC) is
changing their hours of operation Sept. 5 to
better meet the needs of NAS Jax Sailors. The
new hours will be Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. The center
will be closed Sept. 5 in observance of Labor Day.

Preparation classes available
The schedule for the upcoming ASVAB/SAT/
ACT/GED-preparation classes at the Navy
College Learning Center (NCLC) will be as fol-
lows: Sept. 6-16, Sept. 19-30, Oct. 3-14 and Oct.
17-28.
Interested personnel are encouraged to contact
their command career counselor for more informa-
tion or to call the NCLC at 542-3676. Classes are
filled on a first-come, first-served basis and fill up
quickly.


HEY, MONEYMANI


-Hey, MoneyMan:
My wife and I both work
and we have a little money
:left over every month. I
have talked with a lot of
people in my shop and
everyone seems to have a
different idea about how to
save.
Some recommend we buy
a house, others say I should
,put money in the Thrift
Savings Plan (TSP). Some
don't like the TSP and say I
should put money in an
HIA_
I have also talked with
some financial planners but
it seems they all want me to
buy extra life insurance that
I don't think I really need. I
really want to get started,
but I don't know where to
start. Where can I go to get
good financial advice?
MoneyMan Sez:
Looks like this is a nice
problem to have! Many
families live paycheck to
paycheck and feel they can
not. plan for the future. You
are doing the right thing by
deciding to invest money
each month.
As you have seen, every-
one seems to have a differ-
ent idea about what -works.


Perhaps you could do a little
research and then talk with
a few experts on financial
planning. Where can you
find out about financial
planning?
There are numerous
monthly magazines such as
Forbes, Fortune, Money,
Kiplinger's, SmartMoney,
and Financial Times, where
you can learn the basics.
You can also talk with
credit unions, banks or
investment firms about var-
ious savings and investing
options. Always check out
any investment plan with
someone who has nothing to
gain or lose if you buy into
the plan.
What kind of information
is available? Here is an
example. In an article in
the July 2005 issue of
Money magazine, they
offered "the 50 smartest
things to do with your
money." On the list are
things such as invest every
month, reduce your taxable
income, save on a schedule,
know your credit score, owe
no plastic, have a plan, buy
quality stocks, and buy a
used car instead of a new
one.
These are just a few of 50


smart moves and as you can
see, all of them are simple,
common sense steps. Being
financially stable is not just
investing right; it is also
spending right. Your true
net worth is what you have
minus what you owe.
The most important step
toward financial stability,


however, is the one you are
taking now getting start-
ed! If you do not already
have a saving, or investing
plan in place, the best time
to start is now!

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyManI at 778-0353.


SUNDAY SJEKV WCES

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


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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ON THE HOMEFRONT


Motherhood, deployments are best defense against antimicrobials


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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 1, 2005 3


POW/MIA Recognition


Observance is Sept. 16

From NAS lax Public Affairs
N AS Jacksonville will hold a POW/MIA
Recognition Observance Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. at
the All Saints Cha-
pel to honor all Americans
who are former prisoners
of war (POWs), as well as
those who are still unac-
counted for and their fam-
ilies.
The keynote speaker is
retired Air Force Maj. Ed
Horn, whose B-26 was
shot down over France in
May 1944. He was cap-
tured by the Nazis and spent 11 months in four differ-
ent POW camps, including Stalag Luft III, the setting
for the movie, "The Great Escape." Seventy-three pris-
oners had tunneled out a few months earlier. He was
liberated in April 1945 by Gen. George S. Patton's 14th
Armored Division of the Third Army.
A native of Charleroi, Pa., he enlisted in the Army
Air Corps in August 1942, two months after graduat-
ing from high school. He was commissioned a 2nd Lt.
at Ellington Field, Texas, and assigned to B-26 "Martin
Marauder" operational training at Lakeland, Fla. In
January 1944, he flew to Stanstead, England, where in
March he began combat flights over Europe. His plane
was shot down on his 23rd mission.
Horn separated from service in December 1945 and
accepted a reserve commission the next year. He grad-
uated from Pennsylvania State University in June
1949 with a bachelor of science degree in aeronautical
engineering.
He was called back to active duty for two years dur-
ing the Korean conflict, subsequently retiring from the
Air Force after 20 years of service. During his civilian
career he worked as an Air Force civilian employee at
Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, as an aero propulsion
engineer.
Following his retirement from civilian government
service, he joined Pratt & Whitney in November 1979,
working on F100 engines in F-15 and F-16 aircraft.
He retired from the private sector in 1991.
The observance will include the POW Pledge of
Allegiance, led by retired Navy Chief Carl "Ed"
Creamer, a former Japanese POW. While a third class
petty officer during World War II, his PBY was shot
down in the Bering Sea. One of three survivors from
the crew of nine, he was picked up by a Japanese
cruiser. He was moved through seven Japanese POW
camps, two of which were bombed by the allies who did
not know POWs were in the area. He retired from the
U.S. Navy in 1960.
POW/MIA observances are held nationally and reaf-
firm a promise to fallen comrades, "you are not forgot-
ten." Military and civilian employees are encouraged
to attend. The military attire for participants is sum-
mer whites, working uniform for guests and appropri-
ate attire for civilians.


Hospital observes Women's Equality Day


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville observed
Women's Equality
Day Aug. 26 with a cake
cutting ceremony on the
hospital quarterdeck.
Hospital Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono
delivered remarks at the
event, organized by Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's
Multi-Cultural Committee.
Bono emphasized the
importance of voting rights
for women. "I think the
right to vote is something
we've all taken for grant-
ed," she said. "But when
you look back over history
you realize that it is not
something that came so
readily but something we
all had to work for."
On Aug. 26, 1920 the 19th
Amendment to the United
States Constitution, which
granted women the right to
vote was ratified. This was
the culmination of the long
struggle by women search-


Naval Hospital
Jacksonville
Commanding
Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono (right)
joins Lt. Cmdr.
Katrina Pringle,
Pediatrics
Department (left);
and Lt.j.g. Laura
Prunty, Nutrition
Management
Department, (cen-
ter) in cutting a
cake commemorat-
ing Women's
Equality Day on
Aug. 26.


Photo by HM 1 Michael Morgan


ing for the right to vote. In
1971 the US Congress des-
ignated Aug. 26 as Women's


Equality Day to commemo-
rate the passage of the 19th
Amendment, and to cele-


brate women's continuing
efforts toward equality.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Don't let anger turn to violence


From PaRe 2


violence occurs, either ver-
bally or physically. It's the
"snap" point in the cycle.
The time it takes to go from
phase one to two differs
from person to person. If
you've ever met someone
with a "short fuse" you know
some are more prone to vio-
lence than others.
Phase three is a period of
calm. It's where the abuser
feels remorse and often tries
to downplay his or her
phase two actions and
makes promises about never
becoming violent again.
Unfortunately, like telling
a lie, once a person crosses
the line from anger to vio-
lence, surveys show many
repeat the violence despite
their promises not to.
While most of us do not
have the professional skills
to analyze others, we all
have a leadership responsi-


ability to know our people
and pay close attention to
their behavior. If you are a
supervisor and you don't
know who in your charge is
married and who has chil-
dren, you are falling short of
what is expected.
I truly believe that if you
get to know your people
well, recognizing personality
changes becomes much easi-
er. Additionally, if you care
about your people, and they
genuinely know you care
about them, the more they
may come to you with their
problems and frustrations.
Domestic violence is a
reality. Pretending it isn't a
factor in peoples' lives is
naive. The good news is
that each of you has the
ability to impact whether it
happens in your own lives
or in your friends' lives. If a
friend or shipmate comes to
you with a frustration,
make some time.


Don't ignore their request
for help. Just because some-
thing may not be upsetting
to you doesn't mean it's not
upsetting to someone else. I
would suggest that when
you allow someone to "get
something off their chest" by
talking to them, you afford
that person an outlet.
The bottom line for all of
us is that some people have
an inability to control their
anger. Those people need
help, often in the form of
professional counseling. It's


not our job to provide that
counseling, but it's up to us
to recommend counseling to
our friends, and inform our
chains of command if we
suspect another's anger may
be getting the better them.
Committing domestic vio-
lence is a personal effort,
but preventing it is a team
effort. If we all work togeth-
er, I'm sure we can signifi-
cantly reduce the potential
for Sailors to take out their
anger on their spouses, chil-
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Enrollment in DEERS essential to TRICARE eligibility for newborns


From the TRICARE
Management Activity and
NavHosp Jax Marketing
ne of the first decisions
parents of newborns usu-
ally make is deciding on a
name for their newborn son or
daughter.
As a beneficiary of the
Department of Defense Military
Health System, the second and
most important decision parents
should make is to enroll their
newborn infant in the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility Reporting
System (DEERS) as soon as pos-
sible after birth.
Why is enrolling your new-
born in DEERS so important?
By enrolling your newborn in
DEERS, you establish TRICARE


eligibility for the infant and
avoid potential claims problems
or other financial hardships for
the family in the future.
Enrolling a baby in DEERS
provides new parents the com-
fort of knowing their baby will
remain TRICARE eligible and
able to receive the essential well
baby and pediatric health care
he or she needs.
Aren't newborns already
TRICARE eligible?
A newborn infant is covered as
a TRICARE Prime beneficiary in
DEERS for the first 60 days
after birth as long as one addi-
tional family member is enrolled
in TRICARE Prime or TRICARE
Prime Remote.
After the initial 60 days, any
claim submitted for a newborn


will process as TRICARE
Standard until the infant is
enrolled in DEERS and TRI-
CARE Prime, or the infant's TRI-
CARE Standard eligibility ends.
Eligibility for TRICARE
Standard benefits ends 365 days
after birth for any newborn
infant who is not enrolled in
DEERS.
How is TRICARE eligibility
for a newborn in DEERS
established?
Parents and legal guard-ians
must enroll their newborn child
in DEERS as soon as possible
after birth. To establish a new-
born's TRICARE eligibility in
DEERS, you must:
Submit a certificate of "live
birth" and a copy of a verified
and approved DD Form 1172


"Application for Uniformed
Services Identification and
Privilege Card" signed by the
sponsor to their personnel office.
Apply for their child's Social
Security number. Go to the
Social Security Administration
Web site www.ssa.gov or call
(800) 772-1213 for an applica-
tion.
Once you receive your child's
Social Security number, go to
your nearest identification (ID)
card-issuing facility to update
their information in DEERS.
Any changes that impact fami-
ly status must be reported to
DEERS. Family status changes
include marriage, divorce or a
new child. Because DEERS
enrollment is directly tied to
TRICARE eligibility, care may be


denied if the sponsor and family
members are not enrolled in
DEERS.
For additional information on
enrolling a newborn baby in
DEERS, parents or guardians
may contact or visit the nearest
military personnel office, ID
card-issuing facility, or contact
the Defense Manpower Data
Center Support Office telephone
center at (800) 538-0552.
A list of military card facilities
is available at http://www.dmdc.
osd.mil/rsl/owa/home. Additional
information on DEERS eligibility
is available on the TRICARE
Web site at www.
tricare.osd.mil/deers/default.cfm.


Sea Cadets spend week with HS-5


By Lt. j.g. Anthony Allard
HS-5 PAO
During the month of
July, 30 Sea Cadets
spent a week with
HS-5. They had the oppor-
tunity to participate in all
of the squadron's daily
activities; from morning
PT, working alongside air-
craft maintainers, to flying
an SH-60F helicopter flight
simulator. The cadets got to
experience every aspect of
HS-5.
The U.S. Naval Sea
Cadet Corps provides high
school age teens a glimpse
at a naval career. Each
cadet experienced a broad
range of aviation jobs when
they spent their days train-
ing alongside Sailors in the
control tower, crash and
salvage, and the squadron's
maintenance shops.
They saw HS-5 Sailors
performing their daily
duties and had the -chance
to ask questions about var-
ious ratings. The cadets
especially enjoyed the H-60
helicopter flight simulator.
Each cadet had the oppor-
tunity to takeoff, fly, and
land the H-60 in the virtu-


Photo courtesy of HS-5
HS-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Brett Calkins (right) poses
with a group of Sea Cadets that the squadron hosted for a
week in July. During their visit, the cadets enjoyed a cookout
and volleyball game at the Mulberry Cove Marina.

al world of NAS Jackson- itary, and by hosting a
ville. group of cadets, HS-5 pro-
The week was brought to vided valuable hands on
a close with kayaking and experience as well as show-
volleyball at the base mari- ing the cadets what a mili-
na followed by a cookout. tary career would be like in
Many of the Sea Cadets are their future.
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'More in return than you ever give'


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
ed Cross Volunteer
Retta Lagdon spends
about 20 hours each
month coordinating Red
Cross volunteers at Naval
Hospital Jax. She has
worked here for the past
eight years. Lagdon, who
really enjoys volunteering,
also spent four years help-
ing out the Navy and
Marine Relief Society.
"I retired from banking
several years ago and want-
ed to do something differ-
ent, so I came to the hospi-
tal and I'm doing the same
thing. But that's okay. I was
in the teller department
and ended up as head teller
with Barnett Bank on base.
A lot of the people who
come into the hospital ask
where they know me from,"
said Lagdon.
"As the Red Cross records
officer, I interview potential
volunteers arid place them


VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT


Photo by Loren Barnes
Red Cross volunteer Retta Lagdon enjoys her retirement by
maintaining a relationship with the military, as she did in her
- professional life.
throughout the hospital. I 86 volunteers for 2,217
keep the record of the hours," she continued.
hours that each volunteer To become a Red Cross
works. This month we had volunteer, Lagdon earned


A call to read
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kindergarten in 2006 to enroll as a member of
Mayor Peyton's Book Club. Enrollment events are
planned for Sept. 10 from
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Branches.
New members will
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from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. These sites are Pablo Creek
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her Red Cross certification.
"To qualify to work with the
Red Cross at the hospital,
you have to put in an appli-
cation, attend an orienta-
tion class and take a CPR
class. Volunteers work in
all areas of the hospital,"
explained Lagdon.
The wife of a retired
Navy lieutenant command-
er and the mother of a
Navy captain, Lagdon is
quite familiar with the
needs of military members.
"I really enjoy working here
with the military. My fami-
ly is extremely supportive
of my volunteerism. My
husband is thrilled that it
got me out of the house and
out of his hair," she said
jokingly.
Lagdon is also highly
admired by her co-workers.
"She's a strong person.
She's been a caretaker for
her husband, who is now in
a nursing home. She's an
all-around wonderful lady,"
said Red Cross Chairperson


Helen Donahoe.
In the future, Lagdon
plans to continue her busy
lifestyle. "I'm in my 70's
and I'm trying to stay
active and fit, doing things
and helping people. I go to
Curves, a local fitness club,
three times a week, plus I
play bridge, do crossword
puzzles and go to church.
I'm the church treasurer
and I'm on the Vestry,"
added Lagdon enthusiasti-
cally. "I also belong to the
Red Hat Society and I'm
the president of an invest-
ment club where I'm
responsible for researching
stock."
"Volunteering is a giving
thing you get more in
return than you ever give.
That's what I try to let peo-
ple know who interested in
volunteering here," said
Lagdon. For information on
volunteering, call the hospi-
tal Red Cross Office at 542-
7525.


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Why do we work, anyway?
By Chaplain (Lt.) pose or vision for the
oe Molina future. "Drudgery" becomes
NAS Jax Chapel a good way to describe work
under these circumstances.
ey, why do people But let's face it. The
work anyway? An work we do is important.


,J J. obvious answer can
be: to survive.
Work will bring the funds
and the benefits that pro-
vide for a standard of liv-
ing. Another view as to
why we work has been
expressed in a popular
bumper sticker that reads:
"I owe, I owe/ so off to work
I go." Many perceive work
to be just that a way to
pay off the mountain of
debts. Yet for others work is
seen as mere necessity -


Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
empty of any pleasure or
sense of fulfillment. For
those in this dilemma work
becomes devoid of any
sense of excitement, pur-


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8 JaxAirNeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 1, 2005


10 1


LArnnual event


A group of preschoolers from the NAS Jax Child Devel9pment Center perform "It's a Grand Old Flag" at the fifth annual
.*, iliicultur.l Fair Thursday.


NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn judges one of the motorcycles on
display at fifth annual NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Fair Aug. 25.


GM2(SW) Gary Johnson of Naval Hospital Jax gets some infor-
mation about USS John F. Kennedy from CTM3(SW/AW) Angela
Bryant and NC1 (AW) Gwendolyn King.


Naval Air Depot Jax employee
Wilson Lindawan gathers some
brochures about health and fitness
from the Naval Hospital Jax
Wellness Center booth at the
Multi-Cultural Fair Thursday.


YN2 Karen Wigfall of Naval Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast passes out stuffed animals to the children from the
NAS Jax Child Development Center after their performance
during the fair. The animals were donated by the USO.


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HM3 Chad Bayley of the Naval Hospital Wellness Center takes
Carole Fudge's blood pressure.


HM1 (FMF) Jimmie Womack of the Disease Vector Ecology and
Control Center (right) gives IT2(SW) James Gaines and his 16-
month-old daughter, lyanna, get an up-close look at some of the
insects on display at the fair.





Hundreds of hungry
visitors line up
to get some samples
of food items
served by volunteers
at the Multi-Cultural
Fair.


showcases


culture, diversity

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Snder the shade of the massive oak trees
near the St. Johns River, the fifth annual
NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Fair
brought out hundreds of Sailors, civilians, their fami-
lies and friends to learn about other cultures and
enjoy some tasty food samples Thursday.
The fair, which was held at the Bachelor Officer's
Pavilion, showcased numerous different cultures
through entertainment, command-sponsored booths
and special food samplings provided by the galley.
"We hold this event each year to celebrate and
acknowledge the different ethnic groups who live and
work at NAS Jax. This fair is a way to get people to
come out and learn about other cultures, meet new
people and have some fun," explained NAS Jax Equal
Opportunity Advisor HMCS(AW/FMF) Bryce McNair.
"The military is made up of all nationalities. By hold-
ing this event, we showcase our diversity."
The fair is sponsored by the NAS Jax Multi-
Cultural Awareness Committee (MCAC), which is
comprised of volunteers from the different commands
here. The committee plans, coordinates and sets up
everything to bring the fair to the base.
"We start planning for this about six months before
the event. We look for people to help with the specific
areas such as entertainment, food, booths and what-
ever else we need. Many of our committee members
have done this before and have contacts from the
previous years. It's a lot of work but we had a great
turnout so it makes it all worth it," added McNair.
Command participation is also required to make
this a successful event.
"Each year, commands are asked to get involved by
choosing an ethnic group and setting up a special
display about customs, foods, clothing, and other eth-
nic items. Preparing for this fair takes a lot of cooper-
ation and communication. Our committee works
extremely hard organizing this event, setting up,
helping out during the day and cleaning up. We real-
ly appreciate everyone's support," McNair continued.
The event kicked off with a short concert by the
preschoolers from the NAS Jax Child Development
Center who took the stage to sing several patriotic
numbers as they waved small American flags.
As visitors stopped by the various booths gathering
information, NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson welcomed the crowd.
"Our community at NAS Jax is made up of hun-
dreds of people coming from a wide variety of cultural
backgrounds, ethnic groups and spiritual beliefs. This
is a great way to get out here, on such a nice day and
recognize the different contributions of each of these
groups," said Dobson.
Once the food line opened, the line grew longer and
longer as guests dined on chicken wings, rice, maca-
roni, hamburgers, hotdogs and ground beef with tor-
tilla chips. Cold water was donated by the NAS Jax
Fire Department.
Jerry and Pearl Roth, Patty Estep and MarLa
Saphira who demonstrated a variety of international
dances, provided the entertainment. Several mem-
bers of the local Karate America studio also demon-
strated their skills.
Several commands sponsored booths at the event,
including: NAS Jax Air Operations who sponsored an
African-American history booth; Naval Hospital Jax
with their Italian-American booth; Naval Readiness
Command Southeast with an Asian-Pacific theme;
Commander, Navy Region Southeast who sponsored a
Jamaican booth; USS John F. Kennedy with a booth
recognizing all nationalities; SERCC with a Thailand
booth; Seabees MU-202 who set up an Irish booth;
Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center with a Caribbean
theme and anti-smoking display; NAS Jax Chapel
sponsoring a Hispanic booth; Naval Aviation Depot
who held a mini health fair and the Disease Vector
Ecology and Control Center with an Indonesia,
Korean and African theme. DVECC also set up a dis-
play with insects from various parts of the world.
"I think it's great that people came out today to
learn about different cultures. I really enjoyed visit-
ing all the different booths," said ABH2(AW) Sherwin
Demeterio of NAS Jax Air Operations.
"I think this is a great event especially since it's
been moved by the river in the shade. There are dif-
ferent varieties of food, we learn about different cul-
tures and the way they live. I also come to partici-
pate in the bike show," added PN1(AW) Lafayette
Bonner of Personnel Support Detachment (PSD) Jax.
Another highlight of the event was the annual
Motorcycle Show. Thirteen motorcycles including
Harley's, race bikes, classics and a trike were entered
in the competition. Robert Baker of Naval Aviation
Depot Jax won the Nostalgic Award with his 1934
VLD Harley. Mike Ferry, also of Naval Aviation De-
pot Jax, took the award for best cruiser with his
Honda 1,800 VTX and Bonner placed first in the
Street Category for the second consecutive year for
his beautiful paint job in memory of Marvin Gaye. In
the Custom Category, Jay and June Graves took home
the award with unique Harley/Volkswagen Trike.
Awardees were presented trophies courtesy of the
NAS Jax MCAC, Morale, Welfare and Recreation
coupon books and DVD movies, Pleasure Island tick-
ets and phone cards courtesy of the USO.
"This is the big annual event for the base. We have
smaller observances throughout the year, but this
one celebrates all the different cultures and back-
grounds of our people," said McNair.
Planning for next year's celebration will begin
early next year. Anyone interested in helping out or
who is interested in joining the MCAC can call 542-
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Members of the Karate America demonstration team give a short performance for the crowd.


Patty Etep (left), Jerry and -Pearl Roth perform a festive dance for the crowd at the fair.
Patty Estep (left), jerry and Pearl Roth perform a festive dance for the crowd at the fair.


RP2(SW/AW) Rosa Perez shows SKI(SW/AW) Maurice
Campbell some items collected from the Dominican Republic
at the NAS Jax Chapel's booth.


Mike Ferry of Naval Air Depot Jax (left), June Graves of Naval Air Depot Jax and PN1(AW)
Lafayette Bonner of Personnel Support Detachment Jax display their trophies for best motor-
cycles in their categories after being awarded the prizes from NAS Jax Executive Officer
Chuck Tamblyn (second from left), who judged the event.


AZ2(AW/SW) Kendall Cainion of SERCC serves up some tasty eggrolls at her command's booth which represented Thailand.


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10 laxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 1, 2005


Hospital's Child
Street Cafe team

wins Mayport

'Iron Chef'
competition
By Paige Gnann
Mayport Mirror
and NavHosp lax
Public Affairs Office
A team of three culi-
nary specialists (CS)
from Naval Hospital
4acksonville's Child Street
Caf6 demonstrated how
they "Iron Chef" in the first
1laval Iron Chef competition
hosted by the Naval Station
iayport Oasis Galley Aug.
f9.
.7Based on the popular
Pood Network series, the
competition pitted the hos-
pital's CS1(SW) Ricky
Wakefield, CS2(SW) Jamar
Hargress and CS2(SW/AW)
Sonny Zalatag against culi-
nary teams from USS De
Wert (FFG 45), USS Vicks-
burg (CG 69) and NS May-
port's Oasis Galley in a
demandingg cook off.
; The teams were given just
:over an hour to cook an
appetizer, a main course, a
side dish and an optional
dessert. A secret ingredient
that the teams had to incor-
porate in their creations
was revealed just minutes
before the competition by
MIayport's food service offi-
cer.
cThat secret ingredient
,was beef tenderloin. The
Naval Hospital Jackson-
iville team wowed the
judges, comprised of area
professional chefs, with beef
,tenderloin Pancit as the
'appetizer, a main course of
beef tenderloin with a dry
tub accompanied by al
:dente vegetables and a deli-
rious hollandaise sauce.
-The dessert was angel
Jod cake with a homemade
caramel sauce, fresh rasp-
&rries, blueberries, straw-
erries and pineapple.
iWakefield, who hails from
atlanta, has been in the
Navy 18 years. The Navy
introduced him to the
kitchen. Before enlisting he
had always wanted to play
football in the NFL but
changes in his college plans
led him to enlist. He hasn't
regretted his choice. Being a
Navy CS has been an excel-
lent career choice," he said.
Baking bread is Wake-
field's favorite form of cook-
ing. "Having everyone enjoy
what you cook is what
makes it rewarding for me,"
he said.
This wasn't Wakefield's
first culinary competition.
He cooked in two "Best
Chow Competitions" spon-
sored by USS Intrepid dur-
ing Fleet Week in New York
City. In one of these joint
service competitions he fin-
ished in third place.
As the captain of the
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville "Iron Chef" team he
said they were serious about
this event. "We knew we

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CS2(SW) Jamar Hargress prepares a tasty dessert for the competition.


going' to finish first or sec-
ond," he said. He added that
he hopes they field another
"Iron Chef" event next year.
"We've got to go back and
defend our title!" he said.
Zalatag is a native of the
Philippines, but grew up in
Passaic, N.J. He's been cook-
ing for more than 15 years.
He said he started cooking
to help out his mom, a
schoolteacher.
"She would come home
late and as the eldest child
with siblings I would do the
cooking. Later I worked in a
nursing home and gained
more cooking experience,"
he said.
Zalatag is the watch cap-
tain for the galley. He super-
vises about 10 people, over-
seeing how the meals are
prepared and ensuring that
there is plenty of food. His
favorite thing to cook is
Asian and Spanish cuisine.
He wants become a certified
chef, get a degree in nutri-
tion and become a master
chief.
Hargress, from Tuscaloo-
sa, Ala., has been in the
Navy six years. He too start-
ed cooking to help take care
of his mom. He went on to
manage three restaurants.
Currently working as a
record keeper in the galley,
he plans to go for 30 years
in the Navy, to become a
master chief and after get-
ting out to open a restau-
rant of his own.
His culinary training
includes private mess opera-
tions training and an
apprenticeship program at
the River City Brewing
,Company in Jacksonville.
He's won the Ney Award,
highest award the Navy
bestows for culinary excel-
lence twice, both times
aboard USS Carney (DDG
64).
Judging for' the "Iron
Chef" competition was
based on portion and nutri-
tional balance, serving
method and presentation,
flavor, taste texture and
doneness, presentations,
teamwork, sanitation, uti-
lization of ingredients and


n


CS1 (SW) Ricky Wakefield, CS2(SW/AW) Sonny Zalatag and
CS2(SW) Jamar Hargress proudly display their trophies after
winning a competition styled after the popular "Iron Chef"
program and sponsored by Naval Station Mayport's Food
Services Department.


various cooking techniques.
In the end, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's CS team was
declared the first Naval Iron
Chef and took home tro-
phies and medals.
Competitions such as this
are an opportunity for Navy
culinary specialists to exhib-
it their skills and to share
their knowledge with others
in their specialty.
Zalatag summed up the
contribution that fine CSs
make to the Navy's mission
and how good Navy cooks
feel about the work they do.
"I enjoy doing this because
it makes people happy," he


said. "I've been on a ship
most of my career and I
know what a difference a
kick-ass meal makes for the
crew. A good meal can mean
the difference between a
great day or bad day for
them."
Fine cooks like CS1 Ricky
Wakefield, CS2 Jamar
Hargress and CS2 Sonny
Zalatag on the line in the
Child Street Caf6 ensure
that Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville staff and visitors
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We spend most of our time at work. We will spend
more time socializing with co-workers than with some of
our own family members. And remember: work is here to
stay!
So what I feel is needed during this Labor Day week-
end is a serious reevaluation of our attitudes about
"work." That is, let's have a "vision adjustment." Careful
contemplation over the value and purpose for work could
provide us with a healthier attitude and change the way
we live our lives.
Work provides us the opportunity to be responsible.
This clearly implies that stealing from an employer is
not justifiable under any conditions. An honest aid
responsible attitude will instill rightness about our
work. Through work we provide for our needs, develop
skills, and contribute to the community where we live.
To work in a career that benefits others or at which you
are skillful will bring a sense of satisfaction and self-
esteem.
Work affords us the opportunity to help others. Often
taken for granted, this opportunity is life fulfilling and
enriching. Through our income we can be in a position
to help the less fortunate in our society. Living in an
economic environment that worships the "living-on-cred-
it" ethic renders this opportunity difficult to achieve.
Therefore, using our work to help others may require
that we put our work responsibilities in a different per-
spective. When seeing it from this point of view, work
can then become more of a "sacred" opportunity than a
necessary drudgery. Our work can become truly signifi-
cant when we view it in terms of a "calling" in life. Seen
from this vantage point, we may even approach our work
with some sense of reverence because we've been placed
there with a great purpose.
As we examine these reasons for our work, we will dis-
cover that what we do for a living can have a positive
impact on the lives of people around us. It should chal-
lenge us to be responsible about what we do for a living.
At the forefront of the work ethic is to see our job as the
task that God has entrusted to us. Accomplishing our
work in that spirit will imbue us with a sense of confi-
dence in knowing that we answer to a "higher authority."
To be sure, our work can be experienced as an adventure
directed by God himself.
I close with a quote from Dorothy Sayers: "I ask that
work should be looked upon, not as a necessary drudg-
ery...but as a way of life in which the nature of man
should find its proper exercise and delight and so fulfill
itself to the glory of God."
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Cadets train for future


By PH3 David Didier
Special Contributor
Y oung men and
women from all over
the United States
involved with the Naval
Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC)
and the Navy League Cadet
Corps (NLCC) took part in
an annual training that
was hosted this year
aboard NAS Jacksonville.
The two-week training
gave the Sea Cadets a taste
of life in the Navy and vari-
ous on-the-job training
opportunities in different
career fields, including pho-
tojournalism.
The new photojournalism
course was added to their
curriculum this year and
the NAS Jacksonville-based
Regioal Visual Information
Support Center (RVISC)
hosted it.
Eleven Sea Cadets partic-
ipated in the intensive pho-
tojournalism training July
11-28 and received a certifi-
cate of completion from
RVISC officer-in-charge.
All cadets completed a
photo portfolio, demonstrat-
ing their newly acquired
photojournalism skills. The


portfolio included a short
story, 10 photos with cap-
tions and a photo illustra-
tion.
Additionally, the cadets
had to demonstrate their
photographic skills by
showing the Navy photog-
raphers their knowledge of
leading lines, framing and
depth of field.
"During their time with
us, the cadets learned
everything from studio pho-
tography, assignment
shoots and electronic imag-
ing," said PHAN Jacqueline
Hall.
"They entered in the
monthly RVISC photo con-
test, in which one cadet
took third place. The cadets
even learned how the pro-
duction of a newspaper
works thanks to the staff at
Jax Air News, and their
publisher, The Florida
Times-Union."
"Some of these kids may
end up writing for their
school newspaper," said
NSCC Ensign Nina Lay-
mon of the Jacksonville's
Franklin D. Roosevelt Sea
Cadet Squadron. Laymon
served as officer in charge


of unit during their train-
ing aboard NAS Jax.
At the end of the two
weeks, the cadets were
given a comprehensive
exam that was similar to
the Navy photographer's
mate (PH) advancement
exam.
When asked what they
liked about being in NSCC,
15-year-old Elizabeth
Evans, from Boca Raton,
Fla. responded, "You can do
and learn things that most
kids my age can't do."
Another satisfied cadet
was Callisa Esitia,, a 17-
year-old from Crescent City,
Calif., who added, "I like
the fact that there are no
cliques. Everyone has the
same opportunity to learn
and excel in it."
All PHs attached to
RVISC participated in
training the cadets. "It was
nice to see teenagers
involved in something posi-
tive and educational. I'm
glad I was apart of it," said
PH2(AW/SW) Andrea
Decanini.
At the end of the two
weeks, both the sea cadets
and the PHs had learned


Photo by PH3 Johanna English
PH2(AW) Scott Phillips of the Regional Visual Information Support Center teaches basic pho-
toshop imaging to Naval Sea Cadets participating in basic photojounalism training aboard
NAS Jacksonville July 12-28.


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The two weeks spent
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CHIEFS: Intensive leadership training since early August


From Page 1

"When the results were
released and I learned that
my name was on the list, it
felt kind of surreal," said a
jubilant AG1(SW) Jamie
McClain of Naval Atlantic
Meteorological
Oceanographic Facility,
Jacksonville.
"This is my third time up
and I am shocked that I
finally made it. Now I hope
to finish my degree in mete-
orology and get orders to
Germany," he added.
According to Green, the
132 selectees have been
undergoing intensive lead-
ership training since Aug. 1.
"Everyone who plans to
make the Navy their career
wants to become a chief,"
Green said. "However, not
everyone has what it takes
to wear the Navy khaki uni-
form and ultimately be
accepted into the Chief's
Mess. There is a lot of tradi-
tion involved in the process
and the enlisted leadership
aboard the base is ensuring
these Sailors are up to the
challenge."
Green further explained
that in today's Navy an E7
is a skillful tactician who
the commanding officer
relies upon when seeking
advice or information.
He said that the new
breed of chief petty officers
are "smart, well educated
leaders, with a strong sense
of fairness and a strict
adherence to the Navy's core
values of honor, courage and
commitment."
"From sunrise to sun-
down, these young people
are undergoing CPO and
CPO21 training," Green
said.
"These two facets of the
indoctrination process cover


everything from uniform
history and naval tradition
to teaching the E7 selectees
to think and act like a chief
petty officer," he continued.
"It's not easy being a blue
shirt one morning and sud-
denly becoming a khaki. It
takes training and this is
why we spend seven weeks
preparing them for the chal-
lenge ahead."
Before the initiation on
Sept. 16, some of the chief
selects will travel to Boston,
Mass. on a heritage trip.
During the trip, they will
spend time aboard USS
Constitution and familiarize
themselves with 18th centu-
ry guns, undergo sails train-
ing and participate in physi-
cal readiness and communi-
ty service activities.
"Once 'they arrive on
board USS Constitution,
they will become part of the
crew and will be able to
learn naval history first-
hand," Green explained,
proudly. "Our 21st century
Navy is a technological mar-
vel. However, we owed all of
our advances and ingenuity
to the Sailors that came
before us; to those that often
sailed the high seas without
food or water."
The rest of the group will
head to Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.,
where they will revisit the
basics of boot camp and


learn additional leadership
skills.
According VS-22 AMI
(AW/SW) Dawn Bryce, a 16-
year Navy veteran,, the
selection to the rank of chief
petty officer is thrilling. "It
have had an outstanding
career and I am really look-
ing forward to sharing my
experiences with the junior
Sailors," she said. "Also, I
look forward to playing a
leadership role in the devel-
opment of the future Navy."
When asked about his
selection to E7 and what the
future holds, PR1
(AW/SW/FMF) Warren
Dykes of Aircraft Interme-
diate Maintenance Detach-
ment Jacksonville replied,
"Liberating! Because I am
actually going to be able to
lead and make decisions."
Dykes ultimate goal is to
become a warrant officer.
The newly appointed
Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Mike Mullen recently
gave creedence to the role of
a chief and reminded those
present that when a Sailor
puts on khakis, he is no
longer a machinist's mate or
fire controlman or culinary
specialist. According to
Mullen, "the Sailor is a chief
and he is responsible for one
thing, and that is leading."
The U.S. Navy is full of
history, however, some will
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Smackdown star visits NAS Jax


Correction


By ET2(SW) Bill Larned
Special Contributor
he base Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation
(MWR) committee
gave wrestling fans a treat
Friday. After participating
in fierce team competitions
at the base gym, Sailors
witnessed WWE wrestling
personality "Batista" ap-
pear and give champi-
onship wrestling belts to
the winning teams.
Five teams from various
commands aboard NAS Jax
competed for backstage
passes to meet and greet
WWE professional wrest-
lers at an upcoming event
downtown in Jacksonville.
While large speakers
blared hits by Pearl Jam,
Staind and AC/DC, Sailors
battled in events including
a clothesline limbo, several
tug-of-war competitions,
sumo-suit wrestling and
mind-wrestling trivia. A
captive audience of wives,
children and friends wit-
nessed the sweat and strug-
gle from benches lining the
gym floor.
Witnesses gasped as
AWAN Alicia Cockrum
from VP-30 twisted, wrig-
gled and ducked doing the
limbo beneath a wooden
bar. Without mercy, repre-
sentatives from MWR kept
lowering the limbo bar,
making the deft Cockrum
work even harder. "It's not
everyday I bend my body
like that, but I still won
points for my team," the
agile Sailor said, laughing.
AEAN Morgan Hasten
pulled from the rear with a
rope tied around his waist
for team HS-5 in a relent-
less tug-of-war. Hasten
fought hard to hold his
ground.
He nearly lost his glasses
as Team Hospital dragged
him and his teammates
back and forth across the
gym floor. The hospital
ended up winning the
match. The big winner for
the day was team Ligers,
,taking first place and the
:grand prize with 180 points
:overall, a total gleaned from
outstanding efforts in all
events. All of the teams
used talent, good-natured
peer pressure and team-
work to make a formidable
presence against their oppo-
nents.
Earlier in the week
Sailors enjoyed a bench
press competition, a bar-
racks big-screen special
showing of a WWE event,
and a "strong-hand" Texas
Hold 'Em tournament.
"I wish I could have wit-
nessed today's events, but
congratulations to the win-
ners of the competition," he
said in a rumbling bass
voice.
The appearance of Batista
wrapped up four days of
base-wide WWE Smack-
down events. As a smiling
Batista entered the ring to
present wrestling belts to
each of the winning teams,
his 6-foot, 5-inch muscular
frame drew loud applause.
"That was great, my team
got second place, but we
still enjoyed ourselves. It
was cool that Batista
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2004 Chevy C1500
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2004 Ford F150
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must sell very quickly: $24,975

2004 Mercury Sable
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must sell quickly: $9,945

2003 Chevy Avalanche
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lax Air News, this photo ran with the wrong information.
We regret this error. Below is the how it should have
read:
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records of FACSFAC Sailors up to date.


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2001 Lincoln LS
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2000 GMC Sonoma
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priced to sell this week: $5,975

2002 Suzuki Esteem
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TRICARE offers heart-failure


Alternative fuel


disease

From Naval Hospital Jackson
Marketing
On June 28, Humana I
Healthcare Services (
announced the beginni
Heart Failure Disease Mana
Program for TRICARE benef
in Florida. The new disease n
ment unit will be based in Lo
Ky.
Under the program, select(
CARE patients with a history
disease such as congestive he
ure will be contacted by a reg
nurse who, working with ma
physicians, will identify prc
establish goals and monito
goals through regular foll
Patients will also be able to


Webster University graduates 49


From the Navy College Office
Webster University held com-
mencement exercises July 31
at the Times Union Perform-
ing Center for master degrees stu-
dents from three schools, the College
of Arts and Sciences, the School of
Business and Technology and the
School of Education. Webster
University's Director of the Distance
Learning Center Jahna Kahrhoff, pre-
sented the commencement address.
Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo, director of
Centralized Credentials and Privi-
leging at Naval Healthcare Support
Office at Naval Hospital Jacksonville,
was another guest speaker. Olivolo
also received his MBA degree during
the ceremony.
The following NAS Jax personnel
earned their degrees:
MBA
Nikki Baggs
Gayla Brown
Milton Butler III
Donna Cannady
Ondrea Darden
Judity Dias
Aaron Dimmock
Ernie Florig


Angela Gates
Tania Hoggard
Perry Hood
Bradley Hurst
Jean Lafontant
Austin Matthews
David Mellott
Scott Olivolo
James Rachal
Tamra Shackett
Sidney Sutphin
Susan Thibodeaux
Gloria Tuck
Nora Worthington

MA/COMP
Norval Bell
Frederick Berg
Charles Bright
Bei Lao
Dietra Lavergne
Michael Strickland

MA/MNGT
Scott Brandow
Henry Burkard
James Griffith

MA/MNGT & COMP
Roy Delmark


MIA/PROC
Dorsheania Finley
Jesse Johnson

MA/FINC
Early Jackson

MA/BUSN
Roberta Simons

MA/HRDV
Bettie McCullough
David Pizzi
Gary Reynolds

MA/HRDV & HRMG
Teresa Freir
William Hicks
Nitosha Jones

MA/HRMG
Connie Blakely
Robert Chambliss
Elgin Foreman
Lennard Hightower
James Street
Stephen Toomey
Kutosha Williams


FFSC offers educational and support programs


he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the avoidance of
personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes
are free and available to service mem-
bers and their families and
Department of Defense civilian per-


sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are avail-
able in September:
Sept. 8, 8-11:30 a.m. Smooth Move
Workshop
Sept. 12-15, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -


Transition Assistance Program (sepa-
rating)
Sept. 13, 9 a.m. noon Stress
Management Workshop
Sept. 26-29, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (retiring)
Sept. 27, 9 a.m. noon Anger
Control Workshop
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


VYf Volunteers
ofAmerica-
There are no limits to caring.'
1.800.899.0089
VolunteersofAmerica.org
Provided as a public service.


Christmas shopping early with
V no down payment and no inter-
est payment for 90 days on each
Military Star Card purchase of $100 or
more during Sept. 14-18.


Use this opportunity to get that spe-
cial gift and enjoy great payment
terms. The offer is only available at
Navy Exchanges. Contact your local
Navy Exchange Customer Service for
more details.


management program

iville their assigned nurses to review treat- of their medical history. Those who
ment plans and to get answers to join the program will receive a special
questions that arise as treatment is packet of materials, including a
Military administered. "Heart Failure Self Management
HMHS) "The program's goal is to improve Guide" to assist in monitoring symp-
ing of a the patient's symptoms, their func- toms and prescribed treatments.
gement tional abilities and their overall qual- Case managers will identify newly
ficiaries ity of life by closely monitoring their diagnosed TRICARE Prime patients
manage- treatment program and their regular enrolled at Naval Hospital
uisvie activities," according to Dr. John Jacksonville, who qualify for the pro-
ed TRI- Crum, MD, HMHS's Chief Medical gram. These patients who wish to
of heart Officer. Crum also noted, "This is a participate will be referred to the pro-
art fail- program that has one purpose and gram for management. Providers,
gistered one purpose alone to help patients including those located in military
managing deal effectively with a very serious hospital and clinics, are encouraged to
oblems, condition." let their heart failure patients know
r those Participation in the program will be about this beneficial program and to
ow-up. strictly voluntary. Patients will be contact HMHS at 1-800-881-9227 to
contact identified and contacted on the basis get more information.


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Photo by PH2 Susan Cornell
PH3 David Didier, assigned to the "War Eagles" of VP-
16, utilizes the base refueling facility to refuel a govern-
ment vehicle with compressed natural gas Aug. 17.
Natural gas is environmentally friendly and more cost
efficient than gasoline. The Energy Policy Act of 1992
requires that 75 percent of a federal fleet's annual
acquisitions in metropolitan areas be capable of operat-
ing on alternative fuels.


Pilot ground school to begin

The Jax Navy Flying Club will be running a
Private Pilot Ground School on Monday and
Wednesday, Sept. 12 to Oct. 19, from 6 9 p.m.
at the NAS Jacksonville Morale, Recreation and
Welfare Auto Hobby Shop, second floor.
For registration for further information, call Janet
Hoover at 786-9293.

As a Women you should be concerned
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MWR Planner
Mission First, Sailors Alwvays



Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, upgraded scoring system and much
more!
Operating Hours
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday ft Closed
SWednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. fi 10 p.m.
/ Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. fi midnight

*/ Dollar Days at NAS Freedom Lanes
Now until Sept. 5
$1 Bowling
$1 Shoe Rental
$1 Small Drinks
$1 Nachos and Cheese
Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. fi 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).


Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30 a.m. fi 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Recreation swim fi 4:30-8 p.m.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. fi noon
Tuesday-Friday
Military $1 per day
DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
Call 542-2930 for more information and additional pric-
ing options.


For more information about I.T.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.

Yalaha Bakery and Lakeside Winery in Clermont, Fla.
Oct. 8
Includes the German Bakery in Yalaha, followed by a
tour of the Lakeside winery.
$23/person

Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Oct. 14
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.
$20/person


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the



HELPING HANDS

Camp Healing Powers
This bereavement camp for children ages six through 16 will be held Sept.
16-18. Volunteers are needed in the following positions: cabin leaders, assis-
tants, registration and greeters. Training is required. For details call Jennifer
Matthews at 596-6272.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
On Sept. 24, thousands of people will gather in Memorial Park in
Riverside to participate in a monumental cancer fundraising and awareness
event. This walk starts at 9 a.m. and registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Volunteers are needed for a variety of duties. For more information, call
Chris Hunter at 398-0537, Ext. 326.
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 art-
work, 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 information,
call 757-4463, Ext. 176.


The Great Depression

Cuban Missile Crisis

Natural Disasters


Gulf War

In times of uncertainty, investment decisions can seem
more difficult. Current events, however, should not
prevent you from progress toward your financial goals.
History shows your best chance for long-term success is
to buy and hold a balanced mix of quality investments.


Photos by Shannon Leonard
Jacksonville Jaguars mascot Jaxson de Ville (left), Roar cheer-
leader Heather Miller, SK2 Ederson Lambert of Aviation
Supply Department and Roar cheerleader Courtney Brown
get together at Hangar 1000. "This was my first time on a mil-
itary installation and it was an exciting experience. It was
very rewarding to spend time with the servicemembers," said
Miller.
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
SAt The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

311 Concert with Papa Roach and Unwritten Law
Tonight, Van leaves at 4:30 p.m.
$20

Birthday Bash
Sept. 6
All September birthdays come by Liberty Cove for your
surprise!

Madden 2006 Playstation Tournament
Sept, 8, 7 p.m.


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.


Friday, 7 p.m.- House of Daggers (R)
Sept. 9, 7 p.m.- Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (R)
Sept.10, 5 p.m.- Kicking and Screaming (R)
Sept.10, 7 p.m.- The Interpreter (R)
Sept. 16,5 p.m.- King's Ransom (R)


For more information about the marina, please call 542-
3260.
Class 1- Oct.15-16
Class 2- Oct. 22-23
$40/person
Contact the Mulberry Cove Marina to register and pay

Public Notice No. 2
MWR needs help with Motorcycle rodeo


N AS Jacksonville is
hosting a Motorcy-
cle Safety Rodeo
Oct. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.. MWR is currently
looking for vendors of
motorcycle safety apparel
and motorcycle safety gear
to display their merchan-
dise.
All merchandise must
meet the requirements of
applicable military safety
instructions. Safety appar-
el that meet Department of
Defense requirements


include Department of
Transportation approved
helmets, goggles and face
shields, sturdy footwear,
full-fingered gloves, riding
jackets and pants and any
items which improve visi-
bility.
Presentations or displays
that promote proper safety
merchandise features and
uses are highly desired.
For more information, con-
tact Shannon Leonard at
542-3577 or email shannon.
d.lepnard@navy.mil.


YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT!
"OF THE 22,000 OPERATIONS THAT I HAVE PERSONALLY PER-
FORMED, I HAVE NEVER FOUND A SINGLE NORMAL COLON,
AND OF THE 100,000 PERFORMED UNDER MY JURISDICTION
NOT OVER 6% WERE CONSIDERED NORMAL"
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More than 1 million people In the U.S. have had their
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YOUR provide live elements, Le. enzymes and fiber. The
National Cancer Institute recommends 20 to 30 grams of
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dietary fiber and supplement with "Luv Your Colon". Most of us acknowl-
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improve or protect against a wide range of problems from digestive ail-
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This All Natural herbal formula will help to remove purid and rotten waste
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ADC(AW/SW) Rob St. Louis and AD1 (AW) James Livingstone
of VP-5, hang out with Jaxson de Ville during his visit to the
base last Wednesday. The mascot and a group of cheerleaders
from The Roar were here to promote the team's upcoming
football season. During their visit, they signed autographs and
gave out ice cream to Sailors at different stops around the
base. The event was sponsored by the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department.


Jaxson de Ville does a little dance for a group of Sailors at the
base galley.
for the class.

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.


Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
tion on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
Movie Night
Tomorrow Night, 6-8 p.m.
Free



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DoD announces one-year open enrollment for SBP


Special release from the
U.S. Department of Defense
he Department of Defense
announced Aug. 19 that mili-
tary retirees who opted out of
some or all their Survivor Benefit
Plan (SBP) coverage, will have
another opportunity to elect coverage
during a one-year open enrollment
period from Oct. 1, 2005, through
Sept. 30, 2006.
Upon a retiree's death, SBP pro-
vides an annuity of up to 55 percent
of the military retired pay. Until
recently, the annuity for a surviving
spouse age 62 or older .was reduced
to 35 percent to reflect the availabili-
ty of Social Security benefits. This
reduction will phase out by April
2008, and the full 55 percent benefit
will be paid regardless of the
spouse's age in accordance with the
Fiscal 2005 National Defense
Authorization Act.
Current non-participants will be
able to elect any coverage they could
have elected previously upon retiring
from active service or upon receiving
notification of eligibility for reserve
retired pay at age 60.
If they have a reduced election,


they may increase their coverage. A
participant with child only coverage
may add a spouse or former spouse
to their coverage, and a member may
add child coverage to spouse or for-
mer spouse coverage.
But those who took SBP coverage
and later elected to terminate that
coverage are not eligible to make an
open enrollment election.
Open enrollment elections require
a lump sum buy-in premium as well
as future monthly premiums. The
lump sum equates to all back premi-
ums, plus interest, from the date of
original eligibility to make an elec-
tion plus any amount needed to pro-
tect the Military Retirement Fund.
The latter amount applies almost
exclusively to those paying fewer
than seven years of back payments.
The lump sum buy-in premium can
be paid over a two-year period.
Monthly premiums for spouse or for-
mer spouse coverage will be 6.5 per-
cent of the coverage elected, the
same premium paid by those cur-
rently enrolled. Reserve component
members under age 60 and not yet
eligible for retired pay do not pay
back premiums or interest, but must
pay a monthly SBP premium "add-


on" once their retired pay starts.
Elections are effective the first day
of the month after the election is
received, but no earlier than Oct. 1,
2005. An election is void if the
retiree dies in the two years follow-
ing an election and all premiums are
refunded to the designated survivor.
To make an open enrollment elec-
tion, a retiree must complete and
submit a DD Form 2656-9, "Survivor
Benefit Plan (SBP) and Reserve
Component Survivor Benefit Plan
(RCSBP) Open Enrollment Election."
The form is available electronically
at www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/
infomgt/forms/eforms/dd2656-9.pdf.
For assistance with the form, mem-
bers should contact the retiree activ-
ities office for their service.
Mail the completed form to the
address specified on the form.
Applicants will be formally notified
of their cost and have 30 days from
the date of the notice to cancel the
election by notifying the Defense
Finance and Accounting Service or
the reserve component, as applica-
ble, in writing.


Taking time out for life and your career


By Charlene Rees, RN
Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville
W orkload got you
stressed out? Are
your operational
requirements never end-
ing? Have you forgotten
about yourself and your
health and let those extra
pounds take control of your
career?
At the Naval Branch
Health Clinic we are here
to help. Do you know that it
is mandatory for all active
,duty members to complete
and annual PHA (Preven-
tative Health Assessment)?
PHA's are done annually
during your birth month or
they may be completed
based on some other annu-
al date established by your
command to meet the
requirement. This process
was initially started as a
mandatory requirement to
be able to complete the
Physical Readiness Test
(PRT). as stated in
OPNAVINST6120.3.
Later this instruction
was amended so that the


mandatory requirement for
PRT completion was can-
celled. Although the PRT
related connection to the
PRT was cancelled, the
requirement to complete a
mandatory PHA annually
was retained by the
instruction. Simply put, you
don't need an annual PHA
to complete the PRT but
you are still required to
complete a PHA at least
once per year.
Take a minute to ask
yourself these questions.
Would you go out flying
without a preflight? Do you
start a day on the flight
line without a foreign
objects and debris walk
down? Do you run your car
without oil or gas?
If we can do these simple
checklist items to be safe on
the job then why not com-
ply with your body's health
requirements checklist?
The simple screening tests
and lab tests that are
requirements of the PHA
can help prevent and detect
diseases.


Also, there is that little
thing called heredity that
may help identify signifi-
cant warning flags associat-
ed with your health and
readiness status. Taking
the time to complete an
annual PHA may pay big
dividends for your health
and the ability to perform
your duties and maintain
yotr readiness.
This simple 20- to 30-
minute appointment may
save you years of health
problems. In the past we
have helped several of your
shipmates who had high
blood pressure, diabetes,
and high cholesterol to
name a few. All of which on
many occasions or situa-
tions may have resulted in
serious health problems,
were identified and treated.
Take the time for your-
self, take the time for your
health, and take the time
for your family. Schedule
your PHA appointment
during your birth month at
the Naval Branch Health
Clinic.


Sailors Aweigh Program starting soon


From the USO


he Sailors Aweigh Program, spon-
sored by the Jacksonville Jaguars
Foundation is preparing for the
upcoming Jaguar season.
The program gives free tickets, trans-
portation and a free T-Shirt to the fami-
lies of deployed Sailors and deployable
Sailors, with priority give to deployed
Sailors' families. It is
designed for children
ages 9-16.
Children can go with
or without a parent, as
chaperones will be pro-
vided or parents can
accompany their chil-
dren as a chaperone.
Each chaperone will
supervise three to five
children, so there will be
plenty of supervision.
Free transportation
will be provided to all participants in the
program, and is a requirement of the pro-
gram. A Navy bus will be stationed each
game day near the Navy Federal Credit
Union ATM Mach-ine in the
Exchange/Com-missary parking lot.
For games starting at 1 p.m., partici-
pants are asked to arrive at 10:45 a.m.
For games starting at 4 p.m., participants
are asked to arrive 1:45 p.m. The bus will
depart as soon as all 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 agree
to remain in the designated seating area
throughout the game, and will ride the
bus back to the base following the game.
Additionally, each child will be provided
with $10 worth of Jaguar dollars courtesy
of the USO. Jaguar dollars may be used


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to purchase food or merchandise at the
stadium.
Before departure, each Sailors Aweigh
participant recites a pledge to "abstain
from using drugs, alcohol, or tobacco."
The stadium seats assigned to the Sailors
Aweigh participants are in the "Honor
Rows" section, and this is a great environ-
ment to enjoy the game.
Deployed Sailors' families will have pri-
ority for participation in
4a vA 4 L the program.
Sailors on sea duty
but not presently
deployed may be put on
a waiting list that will
be eligible to fill the bal-
ance of the seats not
filled by deployed fami-
lies by the Wednesday
before the game, and to
serve as the waiting list
TM to fill in slots on game
day by families who do
not show. Individual status will be con-
firmed before being placed on the actual
"going to the game" list.
If an individual deployed unit would
like to make this a command event,
arrangements may be made. Sign ups are
first come, first serve, so make sure you
sign up at the earliest possible opportuni-
ty. Sign up times for each game starts
two Monday's before each home game.
The schedule of Sailors Aweigh games
for the. 2005 season is as follows:
Sept. 11 Seattle Seahawks
Oct. 2 Denver Broncos
Nov. 6 Houston Texans
Nov. 13 Baltimore Ravens
Dec. 11 Indianapolis Colts
Dec. 18 San Francisco 49ers
Jan. 1 Tennessee Titans
For further information or to apply for
any of the games listed, contact Greg
Reno at gregory.reno@navy.mil or 542-
2179 ext. 121.


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Red Cross collecting items

for war wounded
N aval Hospital Jacksonville's American Red
Cross volunteers are collecting personal
hygiene products, such as shaving products,
soaps, shampoos and hair care items, lotions, cleans-
ing wipes, toothpaste/brushes, mouthwashes, etc. The
donated items will be provided to wounded troops
being treated at the National Naval Medical Center,
Bethesda, Md. A drop box for such items is located at
the Red Cross Information Desk at the Outpatient
Clinic entrance. Donations will be taken from 8 a.m.
to noon, Monday through Friday.
This is a separate collection from a similar project
being sponsored by the Hospital Director for
Administration. The director of administration's proj-
ects collects products for wounded being treated by
Naval Hospital Jacksonville deployed medical person-
nel in Iraq. Drop boxes for that effort are located in
the hallway adjacent to the Galley and near the hos-
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Fall softball leagues forming
The season is scheduled to begin in September
and games will be played on Mondays and
Wednesday.
Greybeard (NAS Jax active duty ages 30 and
up)
Intramural (NAS Jax active duty only)
Women (active duty, dependents over 18,
retirees, DoD)
Open (active duty, dependents over 18, retirees,
DoD)
Tennis tourney coming up
A men and women's Captain's Cup Tennis
Tournament will be held Sept. 26 at 5 p.m. at the
Guy Ballou Tennis Complex near the Birmingham
Gate. The tournament is free and open to all NAS
Jax active duty and reservists. There will be a
men and women's division. Awards will be given
to the winners and commands will receive points
for participating and for winning. Sign up at the
NAS Jax Gym by Sept. 22.
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
VP-30 E'S
AIMD
NMD
HS-15
VP-5
HS-75
VS-30
VS-32
AIMD 610
HS-11
VP-30 Studs
Weapons


As of Aug. 26
Wins Losses
10 1
9 1
10 2
5 3
8 4
7 4


SPORTS & STANDINGS


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
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.

Home providers

needed

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


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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 Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclubopw.
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.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the


Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The Orange Park Woman's
Club will hold a welcome cof-
fee/team Sept. 8 at 10 a.m. at
130 Kingsley Avenue. Everyone
is invited to attend.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees,
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
the following meetings: Sept. 8,


6 p.m. special meeting for cur-
rent employees and Sept. 13, 1
p.m. regular meeting. Both
meetings are being held at the
Orange Park Library, 2054
Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. For more information, call
Emma Murray at 276-9415.
The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association is
sponsoring a golf tournament
Sept. 16 at noon at the Bent
Creek Golf Course. All money
raised will benefit the National
Supply Corps Association's
Scholarship Fund. For more
information, call Lt. Cole Seibel
at 542-1157 or email
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The following are upcoming classes at Westside Regional Park Nature Center
located across the NAS Jax Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard. All classes
require advance reservations by calling 573-2498.
Florida Trail Association
Tomorrow, 7-9 p.m.
September's meeting topic is the second part of a two-part program on Leave No
Trace. Paula Snellgrove, LNT master educator, will present a program developed by
the National Outdoor Leadership School, which teaches ways to keep the wilderness
pristine while having an enjoyable experience. The principles covered in this presen-
tation include Properly Dispose of What You Can't Pack Out, Leave What You Find,
and Minimize Use and Impact of Fire. For more information, call 387-6998.
Wiggling Mosquitoes
Sept. 8, 10-11:30 a.m.
Examine mosquito larva in a safe, indoor environment. Learn about their unique
life cycle while playing games and completing an art activity.
Hooray for Home Schoolers: Water Cycle's Incredible Journey
Sept. 16, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
Water is an important element to all forms of life. Learn more about' the water
cycle by playing games and water activities. Please wear clothes than can get wet.
Wee Workshop: Bug Safari
Sept. 22, 10-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee bug hunters (ages 7 and under) and their adult companions. We
are on a hunt for bugs! Bring a small net and capture jar, if you have them, and we'll
go on a safari, searching for the things that creep, crawl, or hop.
Coffee With the Birds and Butterflies
Sept. 26, 9-10 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing in air-conditioned comfort with your morning cup of cof-
fee or tea and looking out our large picture windows at hummingbirds, other birds,
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322Argyle yard4/3.5. Rent A 3683 Barbizon Cir. N. newly remodeled home BeCRW E _t2
325 North Jacksonville for o $1400/mo or 3/2, 2car gar, $182,900. w/Irg kitchen & seper- Oane Park
3Sprinrfield pure 89K r OHseSun2.4p8808828 ateR, applies, ch&a, 335 Orange Park/
I purchase$289K firm. DP eunnew2cpt $128K 707-4963 5 rClay
327Down own 568-6818 A 4/2 HOMEI Only Open House Sat 12-5pm
330 Beaches
332Middlebu Avondale Finest 4423 St. $0!1Listings
Johns Ave. 2/1 w/stu- 800-749-8124 X1903 OLD PLANK PLANTATION, 927 Grove Park Dr. H.
334Keystoneeights/ d. $Bak Chaffee Rd. 2003 Brick 4/2.5 pool, renovated
Selsose g dS184900 855.3288 Bauclerc 4/2 Split $280k 3/2. Spacious Master $179,900. 855-3288
335Mrange Park/ ob. Remod. 5Bartram hiloo-odA FSBO- Eagle Harbor 4/3,
Clay County 302 Riverside Realty Inc. 5345832 ac y IarGrae n lake. 3 car. 2985
338BakerCounty 302 Rivers Beautiful3/2brick, 2 car ances, CarGara squarege fot.3 cMust see
339 PunaCountygarage, poo, 229900 Room. Many Ugrades 278-0855
340St John' ty AFORECLOSUR VIP Rgealty 9626190 $255,000. omas FSBO Stonebriar @ Oak-
34St Augustine 800-749-8124 x5545 FRUIT COVE Foreclosurel Rhode Anc A. Th leo af / ud 4th.
344St Augustine Beach Must Sell! Only $44,900 ma R. Rhoden, Broker. bit '04$214K 282-8301
345 Nassau County Listings 800-749-8124 x5345 Call 219-6758. GREEN COVE SPRINGS
350Waterfront 305 Southside FSBO 3/2 Twnh brtrm Foreclosure 3bed, $31,000!
355Condominiums park brd new 1crar 322 Argyle Listings 800-749-8124 x5867
360 Out of Area/Town/ 2/1 Lg yard, Ig workshop, 1420SF. Grace 588-5341 HERITAGE HILLS
State utilities shared. As is "Immaculate"4/2w/pool 2212JOHNMORTON,3/2
365 Manufactured Homes $120,000. 241-4131 315 Arlingto [Loaded w/u grades. 1419SFNWACSCRNPCH
370 Lots for Sale 3 315 Arlington L oaded w 1 SACRNH
375 Farms/Acreage $2000 OFF Closing Costs. $234,900. 771-5692 ALLAPPLS 2CRGRG
375 Farm eae Good or bad credit. We REMODELED 2/2.5TH $160,000 2980523
F31nvestmentProperty don't care what the A3BRForeclosure, Ft. REMopenfDElan fp,$125K LOOKNGFORAHOME
382 Retirement Comm. problem is, we can help Caroline Only $46,000! Owner/Rltr. 2683285 Call 888-402-7325 xlOl
For Sale Call today 904-249-8181 Listings 800-749-8124 x5569 for pre-recorded msg on
385 Miscellaneous RECOSURE3BR. Buy FSBO 3/2 1396sf N t easy financing options
l Es ta noted A FORECLfOSU E 3BR, BU y FBO 3/2 13 12 Northin s
390 Real Estate Wanted Only $27,900! For listings Irg lot $200K 11518 325 Jackso ille by Access E Mortgage.
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GeorgiaRealj 2/1 $65k, negotiable, 215-1318 Lic #CRC1328058
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338 Baker County 360 TownStatea 375 Acreage 400 Furnished
MACNNY Great Starter Saint Marks, GA. BRYCEVILLE 4.42 Ares, R'Side-lbr $375+ $100 d
Home on City Lot. 0C23 11 Sugarmill 3 BR 2 Baths Wooded in Nassau Co. all utilities paid.Quite &
acres, i3/1i 2 ra- L L 2000 sqft on water $45K. Phillip 591-1522 Private. No Pets.
port Utility RO OMLg. eneR35
AllNew Plumbing high ceilings, enclosed 904-353-3476
omletey porch, pusfull deck on HAMPTON CO, SC 404AC
Remodeled. Conve- back of house, farmers Exc. hunting & invest I Apartments
Schools. 154500, 912-674-1065 $2375/ac. 843-53-8100 40 Unfurnished
Thomas Rhoden
Agency, Thomas R. Manufactured Irwin Co Ga. between HLA IL
Rhoden, Broker. 2196758. 365 Ocilla & Fitzgerald AVONDAL
Homes 13Bacres open land RIVERFRONT
4 St.8 Johns prime area for deve2- RN
4A S R.jvonns 0 opment. 229-468-9526 4 Bedroom Penthouse Avail
County i D 229-468-5128 Spacious 1 to 3 Bedrms Avail
$ Breathtaking Views of
JulintonCreekPlanta- Y AVAILABLEDLE&SOUTHGA. St. Johns and Downtown!
ton3452 ft 5/4, + I ED EL Land Homes & Lots PrkingPool, Heat & AC Paid.
TO buy, sell or trade Call 478-697-1387 On Site Management.
bonus.Ldcated one a mobile homes. 7037025 Mon-Sat (904) 384-6151
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tion lot. Upgrades 3Bedroom2Bath 1^il'rillt:llalll[!-1 FOR RENT:
throughout Vie sit the For Only S450mo. Heavily timbered, exr. 3./i, 2/R, /i
buyowner.com website Col rMarC a a S1 S h17 locations.Competitivel Riverside Area
$589 00.I D# J 2era ho. pricedInvestment tract Pease call Laanaat
$589,000.00. 287-4891 4/2 ceramtlc.ower in Georgia 47&214-0962 Harris Real Estate
SStainless Steel AppL www.tltlnc.net 778-2121 or leave
JUUN srON CRK PLANT 4782Call 7o 3d r leav
Lrg lot 3/2.5 on quiet Call (904) 223-0 message at 443-0545
cul e-sac. Call 40Bedroomn 2 Bathroom ve to
904-2541-4042/403-2109 Setup On L2 Acres 380 Investment linesvilleNext to UF
NEW CUSTOM HOMES With Pool call 22-0222 Properties br, ch/a, cr dw, Sub
Low 500's on 1.5 ac+ Black Hammockv 1SE4 ho 3 13- 8
904-463-1895/CRC057672 acres-2bdrm Mobile Arllngton-6560 irfe HUD Vouchers Accepted
Home, good rental Summitt Dr. E. 3/1, New Newly Remodeled Large
425 $75k obo. 751-1164 AC.New Roof, w/ 1, 2, & 3BR's. Very Nice!
2 St. Augustine tenant .$120k. Call Call (904) 751-1510
__ CAYTON98. No credit /. 334-3781 or 219-9701
2Aar n L2/2 applI, Fla rm, scrd MURRAY HILL -2/1 Irg
3/2P,1Bc k house r porch, carport, shed, on ATTENTION INVEsTORSI upstairs, $600 mo +
w/siding ,new acexc $298.10mo. Call730- 8606 with tenants. N'SIDE Near 25th & Main,
cond.$238k. 254-91 44Gt cAub SnGreat cash on cash clean 2/1 $475mo +
ST. AUG FORECLOSURE U- return. 206-235-4452 $300 dep. 744-1570
Onl8 00500 Total2Sales Price. Camden County Northside ual-ty
$15,500 Total Sales Price Investment Opportunities, an affordable price. N
44 S uusieCALL .RUSS (904) 783- 8385 Re/Max Signature app. fee. Pelican Pointe
3 wAA St. Augustine P--- properties. 904-757-8742
Beach DOUBLEIDEl MBILE HM Call Steve 912-322-9137 Restrictions apply
Mobile Home Park, 3BR o e N'SIDE -2/1 central H&A,
Ocean Front $599,900 2BA, Like New. Concrete Block Duplex $550mth + deposit.
Buy Owner/Broker $15,500 Total Sales Price' N'side Ch&A being 904.472-1078
Immaculate 2/2 condo CALL RUSS (904) 78 5 remodeledwill rentfor 90447
Designer furn, a must $1100mo. $70k as is or N'Side Back to School Spedall
see! Exc. rental history. FLEETWOOD 28x70 4/2 $80k will finish and Large 1,f 2 & 3 BRs.
OPEN HOUSE 12-PM w/ den appi dish- rent. 599-0098 $99 Deposit special!
Thurs -Mon. Labor Day washer, cent air. deck jax4closure.com No Application Fee!
wknd. Ocean Villas #59 $9800. Call 730-8606 (9_ CALL (904)751-1510
850 ALA Beach EASTSIDE 4/1, ch/a,
Blvd.407-5488 or Great Invest. Prop. DW 1919 E. 27th, $60k. PASS THIS ON!4
464-0660 or 471-8404 1550sf, close to bchs/ Michelle at 348-5620
^___ __ __ dwntwn. Lot approx NORTHSIDE
i 00x140. As is. 616-4169 Jacksonville's #1 Investor's C 399 Bclk to
350 Waterfront 99GUERDON 14x80 2/2, Resource for Hard Money!5 2, /1IrrhoolSed ki
100% financing with 1, 2.&3BIR AvanIt
Broad Water on the on the cond. $9800. 73n0-8606 highest LTV's
access. Newerl4/3 with GULFSTREAM upfront! Call John (04)757-0240
12' ceilings, spectacular MOTOR HOME '96 Friedel today for more
views, willco-op. 31footvery info. 904.737.0144 SAN MARCO
1.2mili on. 237-4508 loaded with self Atlantic Capital Assoc, &1&2SBRSpeciall
levers and slide out, Inc. www.acafla.com CALL 398-9492
LAKE LOTS on beautiful 31,000 miles very clean -M "
Lake Russell, GA. Enjoy $27,000 call 269-9527 WHOLESALE PROPERTIES SAN MARCO LOFTS
the serenity ofishin Learn Real Est. Investing Incredible living spaces
swimming on lake HOMES OF MERIT No www.LHMreaestate.com $675-$950, TH$1950
golfing, hunting by credit/. Appl, dish- lt'sFreel 904'399'0463 www.theloftssanmarco.com
land. 5 hours to your washer, washer/dryer.
choice lot. Prices start furnished. $3500eq. 1450 Flagler 396-9601
at$45000.706-213-6734 $473mo. Call7308606 ~ s WGV brand new
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355 Condominiums LAND HOME PACKAGE Save or Sell closeqel t hood $500
A GREATBEACHBUY o1.5 Acres In Jacksonville Value MoreThan$100K WSIDE off 103rd. once
ARDIN DE.MER $980 Down $580 Month 2 78.2br ch&a r$550/mo.
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SEEA N BEACHES Ca r. Lewis 783-38ands 247-7980 inc' water 614-7294D s
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ties. Call 9049934309 Latey L, 023/2 OWNER FINANCING BY BERKMAN PAZA-2/2 +
or 9W04278&9968 Can DW MH 44 x 24 PRIVATE INVESTOR den, 1578sf, riverviews,
view on owners.comr- Sin a note & move in. upgrades & amenities,
(ID#AMP9243) Great cond. Asking pay- numerous properties $1750mo.904471-2750
off $33,000 Must be avail. Poorcredit OK!
FSBO Sawgrass Ruff Crik moved. 386-496-1870 877-267-6139 BRAND NEW CONDO 3/2
Condo 2/2, remod, grt near NAS $895/mo
view walk to bch& golf LIBERTY '97. 16', 3/2, 904-813-4155
club. 310k.904-655-0461 apple, dishwasher Real Estate CEDARCREEKIrg luxury
Hodges JTB -The Grand washer/dryer, shed, CEDARCEEK Ir uxury
Rfes enrBv Th r6nd. deck, exc. cond $14,800. Wanted waterfront 2/2.5 includes
1Reserve $164,900. Call 730-8606 wtr/sew, 2 balconies
1212sf, 2/2 Golf Course F w/d, fpl, pool dock, boat
View. 904-707-6287 MOBILE HOME-2001 Clayton 1 8 00. 301 323 $ ramp6nmi NAS, $895m
ICW & SS -NEW PULTE 14x70,located in O.P. 1- 301-3223 $ Di|scount. 781-2333
CONDO -3/2. 1394sf North.AssumeLoan.PCS
worth$208k, sel l$2OOk.: 904-616-4796/904-786-3399 WE BUY Green Cove Springs2/2.5S
Avail Dec. 904-806-2862 MOBILE HOME S95 HOUSES FAST condow/fpl, screened
Mand-2/2, new roof ool for sale. PCS orders porch $900/mo +sec
ooosf2ndfir,$109.L appliances stay HOMEVESTORS dep. 904.230o8038
NO Realtors 742-2459 central air heat
need payoff 11,800. call AMERICAS' IICWnew 2/2.5 TH. Bch
Open House-Grand Keven 861-5630 IltlA Blvd betw Hodges/
Reserve .2/2,1212sf, #1 HOME BUYER Kernan. $950m 287-0943
Home Assist 861-2261 MOBILE HOME COMMU-
Home ASSNi ITY W/S low money O.P. Refurbished 3/2
ORTEGARIVER-Luxury down, prequal over the All new everything
S CondO FOR SALE, 2/2, ph. Emma771-9055 ANGELOBUYS Near Kingsley/Park
Brand new. WoodTile, A I Ave. $1095/mo., pool
SCarpet Washer/Dryer MOVING! MUST SELU HUS AS! /gym, wooded view &
Poolfront Must See 3/2, 1525sf+ over 2 acres Any cond, handyman, more. No pets. 318-5774
904-476-2492 of land. Won't last! fire damaged,
$650 per month. distressed, vacant or O.P-new 3/2,club,pool,flt
PALENCIlA NEW 3br/2ba Call Mr. Bradley 874-1862 occupied, ANYWHERE, cent, bb court. 1800 Park
upstairs corner unit, or 291-3100 ANY CONDITION... Ave. $975mo 505-9488
oreat light, scrn porch, Apts/comm'l/residential
kitchen upgrds, granite SAVE THOUSANDS! NO DEALTOO BIG or OCEANFRONT, lax Bch
counters, grt amenities. Land Home Package! TOO SMALL 111 2/2. furn/unf urn,
Owner finance, imie- 3/2 Double Wide on 2 Quick closings or $1750m 904-891-0391
diate occupancy, acres in Jacksonville. 904-626-1636 OCEANFRONT, LA PLAYA,
$198,000.904-808-0524 $900 Down. $595 MO. 904- 813- 5253 3/2, 1st fir remod kitch,
PVB/ Belleza-2/2 condo CALL 291-3100 new w/d wdflrs in kit.
50ft to the pool Amaz- pool, $2100m 249-8919
ing Viewlstfir gargy I 'lll lil Ocean Front/Jax Bchd 2/2.
storagegymgate 30 have no credit, but g ar.furn.short orlong
o0mo. 904-476-1214" need a home? We can ter-.$2500mo 476-7548
PVB 2/2 Gated, totally. pre-qualify over the
PVB 2/2 Gated, totallydesigners unit n I'm a poet and PALENCIA 1st flr, 2/2, den
$245K. des4 ne8905kdidntknow it. Call tile, pool, $1250 unfurn,
$245K. 904-7289059 Emma 904 771-9055 or $1500furn, Avail 10/1.
lltIA'j.ll ......~i -, 904-962-1086 Real Estate Lease req'd. 823-8899
New 3/2 w/gar, $269k. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS te t PVB/OCEAN UNKS 2/2,
Also 1/1 w/gar $174k- 2004 Clayton MH, 16'x60' for Bent freshly painted & new
386-586-5446/386-338-1198 2/1 w/8'x16' attch scr. crpt.$1400m. 273-2851
So prch, 571-6665/535-0187 400 Apartments PVB 2/2 remodel, w/d,
3 0OCut of AiErea/ -- JMEm iIliilL, Furnished scr prch, 3rd fl, valued,
3 Town/State. Buy now and get in your 405Apartments avail immed, $1,175 -
new 3/2 mobile home 4lOCondominiums 904-273-4059
N.C Lakefront only $1700. down and 412Retirement R'slde-On the river next
Opening Oct. 1st move-in. Call Sandy @ Communities to Memorial park. 1/1,
Located on 2500 aNc 695-2255 415 Houses Furnished Ig living rm. oak firs,
Boat. fish, swim, views. WSIDE FSBO 3/2,2 00 420 Houses Unfurnished full kitcn. 389-6394
From$59.900. Double Wide on .25 acre 425Manufactured Sawgrass C.C.2/2
Lake access rrom financing help. 219-2919 Homes Fishermens Cove 1
$.29.900 C3b1for early 427Mobile Home Lots level.end unit.private.
3ppt. Don t miss c,utn' nearoeoulclub mem
McKough LandCop 370 Lots for Sale n430 Roommatesershpavlabe.
866-930-5263 _____435RoomstoRent $ber o 7ip 890v3ilable.
N 440Beach/Vaczato $ti3,mo 7189063
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NEW LOG CABIN Hi-,i_ ,]r,, v.A MM ,.. 445StorageMini- Irq3,'2TH.gar.scr lanai.
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cabin. S78.900, easy to shore & 95 Wateiront Lockers 66
finish, beautiful mooun. $q.24jO4a6.6355 450Management.'Rental S'SIDE/VILLAGIO Brand
tain views. 3 decks. Services new 2'2 5. lake view. all
minutes to lake lure SOUTHSIDE 1.,'3 ac. cit y 4SS 5Wanted toRent ammen. $1 ISo0m
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scrn lanal, w/d 1078sf
$950m. Gary Sprinkle
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w/d, gated, all ameni-
ties $050Smo. 8242156
WESTSIDE
New Townhome 2/2.5.
cable, sec., lawn maint,
no pets/no smkng $950
904-635-2797
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front, Nr Riverside, free
boat dockage, $895m
incl. water, sewer,
garbage. 757- 0775
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3/2.5, close to 295. No
pets. $1200m. 230-6789

415 houses
41 Furnished

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patio with a/c.
Si LAutograde fenced 3
smiles fro NAS.
$1500 + dep.No pets.
772-1077 avail Sept.
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420 Unfurnished

AHOP. A SKIP... Min-
utes from NAS... min-
utes from downtown,
2/2 or 3/2 condo's. Rent
starting at $1050. Call
463-3855.
Anastasia/Sea Grove
new 5/3.5 marsh beach
house. $2200 860-5564
Argyle-3/2, $950mo, all
applicances.New updates
465-0698
ARGYLE 3/2 Split BR, FpIc
Scrnd Patio. Rets. $995
860.7219 or 777- 8322

M902 Collins Ridge
3/2 1365sf $925
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Ar21 Leafcrest Drive
4/2 1745sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Lakfleview @ Watermill
9367 Prosperity Lake Dr
3/2 1741 $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730 8060
Argyle new 3/2 West-
port Bay $1000mo.+ dep
904-772-7011, 318-9899
ARL-3/1.5, 1500sf,
everythingnew, all
block.$850mo.504-463-4334
Avondaie/Ortega-2/1.5,
1314sf, hot tub, $1400mo.
nr downtown. 264-2350
AVONDALE BRICK 2/1+
SunRm, w/d, gar, oak firs
$850. No pets. 386-5807
Beaches-4/2, 2100sf,tile,
Fire PlaceLake view.
904-223-7081
Beaches Pelican Bay
3br Water view $1295.
Ponte Vedra condo, lbr,
$950 Call 904-349-3434
CALLAHAN -3/3, 3000sf.
fncd bkyd, 7 acre, hot
tub, in subdv, 2yrs new,
$1800mo 237-3836
Eagle Harbor 5/3i.
WaFer. Woods, Golf.
3200 sf/$2100 1 Sept
410271-9845/48
EAST ARL 3/2, Kitchen
appli eat area, DR, Scrn
porch, garage, $975mo
dep no pets 220-3650
3946 Arbor Lake Cir. W.
EASTSIDE 2br/lba with
sec system $550mo
depHUD ok. 563-5256
KN FOR RENT -3 Bed rm
2 Bath house In
4 Mandarin area,
1900 sqft, available
Oct.1 Call 88&64276 (pis)
4, For rent 3 bedroom 2
bathroom house
S Mandarin area 1900
square feet available
Oct. 1 call 886-4276 (PCS)
GREENCOVE 3/2, fpl, 2
cargar, tile/crpt, patio.
$975m. No pets. 237.7754
ICW
12358 Burgess Hill Drive
3/2 1568sf $1350
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ICW 3/2, LR, FL RM, fpl, 2
car gar, water view,
$150om+dp. 219-7796
ICW 3/2 new palnt/crpt
Irg gar $1100m+$1100dp.
No smkrs/pets. 241- 8173

JACKSONVILLE RENTAL
HOMES
KERNAN FOREST
CONDO 2/2, GATED,
AVAILNOW. $930
ALDEN TRACE-3/2
DUPLEX, GAR.AVAIL
9/15,$895.00
SAN PABLO CREEK-3/2,
2CARGAR...ACROSS
ALIMACANI SCHOOL.


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ICW 3/2 new paint/crt
Irg gar $1100m+$1100dp.
No smkrs/pets. 241-8173
ICW 4/2.5 pool w/spa,
fncd yd, fpl 2 car gar,
$1635m+$1500d. 82A5792
ICW-New,3056SF, 4/2.5
COMM. POOL. $2000mo.
(904) 545-9223
JOHNS CREEK (CR 210).
new .lake, 4/3, 2400SF.
$l650mo. 904-226-8680
JUUNGTON CREEK 4/2,
newer home, jacuzzi,
$1350m. 904-994-7571
Kensington-3/2., 1600sf+
2 car gar w/AC.Fenc yrd,
no pets,comm pool.lwn
care.$1250mo.246-6976
KERNAN 3/2 Executive
home. All appi. W/D
conn. $1395m. Accent
Jax 388-2225 x126
KINGSLAND brand new,
3/2, in Laurel Island,
scrn porch,-gar, comm
pool. $1200mo. pets
considered w/dep.
912-882-0689
LAKEWOOD 3/1
updated,pool,Fireplace,
$1200mo 737-2542
LUXURY RENTALS
2 In Deer Creek
4 in Queens Harbour
www.leasedluxury.com
or call (904)807-0910
MAND-4/2, Ig den, fpl.
fnc bkyd, $950+dp 2 ref's
credit check req. 268-0523
SMandarin 3BR,2 BA
I 2000 S.F. House on a
lake 2 car garage,
washer/dryer $1200
mo (917)306-1940
MDBG/HWY 220
3/2 gar, fncd
back.close to
daycare/ NAS.
$890.00 806-1188
Mlddleburg
1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350sf $800
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MIDDLEBURG 4/2 2000sf
on 1.2ac. Lrgfncd bkyd,
4c gar, $1300m. 291-0992
NEPTUNE BCH -2/1.5,
gar new duplex, $985
s 904-742-7486
Neptune Bch-3/2, den,
pool new carpet, wood
firs. $1350mo. 241-8548
N'side 7044 Bloxham. 2/1
650sf,ch&a, all new very
nice, $600mo. 855-3288
N'side-Rent or Lease To
Own NEW Townhouse,
3/2.5, Garage, $1195mo.
904-230-3735
N'side-rent to own.
Remodeled 3 or 4br.
CH& A. 2142 W. 15th St.
Near Canal St. $650mo
w/good credit.599-0098
or 887-2363
O.P. 4/2 2 car garage
| w/ Ing pool & fire-
place 15 mins from
NAS JAX Clay Co
Schools all appliances
613-3335 $1500 officially
reassigned
O.P.- OAKLEAF-4 Brand
New, ea 4/2, lanal,
$1295-$1400mo 505-3648
O.P-4/2, updated, fen
yrd, 2 car gar, $1200mo
+ security .262-3732
Oaldeaf
2998 Piedmont Manor
3/2 1612sf$1095
Beautiful home with
covered lanai. Backs up
to nature preserve
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
OCEANVIEW, Jax Bch, 127
N. 12th Ave, 3/2-
$1600/mo.; Also 2/1 -
$1200/mo. (916) 300-8479
OP/Stonebriar @) Oak-
leaf 3/2+study or 4th.
$1295mo 282-8301
4 OP 3/2, hdwd firs,
new crpt, pool
access. Located
near OP Mall.
Minutes from HNAS Jax.
Only $1150mo.
(904)318-0313
OP-Flem. IsL Plan New
Town Home,1812sf,3/2.5
$1250mo. 535-2349
OP 3/2, like new, gar,
no pets/smkrs.$1.150
317-7999 or 301-385-3970
Orange Park
473 Crabapple Court
Unit D 2/1.5 900sf $625
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ORTEGA FARMS 1 & 2Br's,
No pets/smkr. Quiet area
$475.$525. 388-1335
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
car gar, comm pool/ten
$1275mo 352-514-1848
PONTE VEDRA BEACH 3/2
tile firs, fend bk yd, sm
patio reduced $1400
904-829-9387, 237-0146
PVB 3/2 Capecod.
E. of AIA, 3 blks from
bch. fncd yd, hdwd firs
$1900m 904.940.7258
RENT TO OWN
10 available homes
www.leasedluxury.com
(904)807-0910
SOUTHSIDE 2br, LR, DR, 1
bth no pets, $700mo
$706 dep 904-730.3717


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

Southslde- 3/2, quite
area, remodeled, $850m
No dogs. 708-3278
S'S Immac 2/2/1 Duplex
Avail May 1, min's to
UNF, tile $1000 226-4801
SS -move in special,
newer 4/2, 2100sf.
$1700mo. 434-4989
ST. JOHNS FOREST -New,
4/3 2300sf, $1995mo,
838-9869.JaxHomeTours.com
ST. JOHNS CO/WGV 3/2,
designer home on
preserve, lyr lease.
Rent w/opt. A+ Schools
$2200m. 904-806-3616
Sugar Mill-TH,2/2.5,FP,
dlshwasher.$875mo.
BMJ Properties.398-1044
WEST Near 295 3/2 ch&a,
FR, ceramic floor,
fenced. Great deal $590.
2218 Corot. 705-6457
WESTSIDE RENT TO OWN,
$0 DOWN! Call
RTO hotline 384-0856
Westside
11313 Panther Creek Pkwy
Lovely new 3/2 1600sf
home. Upgraded kitchen,
covered patio $1130 with
1/2 off 1st full months rent
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
2109 Hyde Park Road
3/2 2184sf $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
5050 Somerton Court
3/2 1200sf $775
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
8992 Derrickson Drive
3/2 1186sf $895
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside
Creekside Oaks
Subdivision
1277 McGirts Creek
Beautiful new 4/2 1741sf
$1195 A must see!
FEDERATED MGMO GROUP
(904) 730-8060
SWESTSIDE- furn
4/2, Ig patio. a/c,
1 auto garage, fen
yd, 3 ml from NAS
$1300 + dep. no pets
avail now 772-1077
WSIDE -2 & 3br houses,
CH&A, w/d hkp, frig ,
stove, 384-5833
W'slde-3/2, Ch&a, fen
yrd .lease, no pets,
wdhkup.$750 374-6339
W'slde-3/2, half acre lot
Fenc yrd, quite country
settlng.$625mo. 334-3115
WSIDE Ig brick 3br/2ba,
2 car gar, $1200mo.
Call 904-289-9331
Yulee
Cartesian Pt Subdivision
Lovely new 3/2 1422sf
home with large eat in
kitchen $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
2/2 Ponte Vedra/3rd St.
3/2-5 S'Side near
St. Lukes Hospital.
4/2 Johns Creek
Subdivision. West 210,
miles, 95 South Exit.

425 Manufactured
SHomes

ARGYLE New 3/2DW, Ig
1 ac. lot w/barn. horses
OK, $900m. 568-6558
MANDARIN -2/2, 14x70,
new kitch, carpetpaint
$695mo.lst+Last,Sec, no
pets. 994-9999

Only $50.00 Down
Call Sandy 695-2255

430 Roommates

Arlington-quite
roommate needed.$375
+1/2 utility. 728-5852
ICW near UNF M/F $450
+ utils, Lux 2/2 condo
gym, tennis, pool + visit
MPLSrental.com/ N/S
no pets, 904-472-0062
JTB & SAN PABLO 3/2 hI,
nice area, clean. jacuzzi
Call 904-226-7623
Mandrin house 2 rims prvt
bth fumrn M/F 500 +1/2
util. 904-443-6688
Normandy/I 10, share 4/2
pvt rm, 1/2 utils. $400
904-982-1570, 693-4978
OP share 3/2 Hm Prvt Rm
all amenities & utils.
$150wk. 904-894-4319
4, ORANGE PARK
Argyle Forrest
S1 Roommate to
share 3/2 house,
cul-de-sac. Sep 1st
$450m util include call
Nhan (904)631- 5664
4, Orange Park Share
-/ j Large 2-story
home with pool-
$325 + util + dep
(non-smoking), also share
4-acre horse ranch in
Mlddleburg (same price)
612-6646
SRoom for Rent Male
near NAS JAX $400.00
S monthly call
9041 779 4660


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430 Roommates
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bathrm, near bus, gro-
cery store wkly &
monthly+dep. 764-7497
N'sild Rm (Cuarto), exc
condition, Deposit,&
ref. $385mo. 707-4959
O.P/Jax-master br
w/priv. bath in beaut.
home w/pool.Avail
now. $600mo. 662-4700

440 Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts

OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
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Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 RetailOffice Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent

Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale
Camden Co, GA.
1800 sq ft office condo in
busy medical complex.
$160,000 or lease for
$1600/mo.(912) 227-0294
Investment Opportunity
Sale/Lease back.l5000sf
Retail Facility,located at
10210 San Jose Blvd. For
more info visit.
www.pinestreetrps.com
Pine Street/RPSLLC Broker
904-398-1044
INVESTOR ALERT. 12k sf
Building with almost 2
acres, adjacent Wal-
mart in Lake City, N.FL,
lots of new develop-
ments surround it,
1/4mi to 175 S. Bargain
$975,000. 386-965-5110

515 Office Space
For Rent

Ft. Car.-New INDIV.
OFFICE or Full suite.
Ft. Car Rd. (904)874-7922
JAX BEACH-2300sf office
building, 2ba $3500mo
+ tax. 904-993-5853
MAND -1200sf 6rms,
new, $150Omo.
260-2686/ 662-7930

525 Retail
5 For Rent

CHAFFEE/NORMANDY
Reduced $995/mo
Brand new 3/2 equip kit
Accent Jax 388-2225 x126






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50 Business
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555 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
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570 Mortgages Bought
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550 Business
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Keystone Heights E lec t
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POOL SERVICE
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business serving
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over $53,000 to owner.
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Para transit and shuttle
drivers also available!
If interested call
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DRIVER Dry Mix Concrete
Start $10 while training,
50-60 hrs/wk. 401K &
bfts DFWP 800-656-8018

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FOR FLATBED TRUCK
CLASS B LICENSE
Great benefit pack-
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holidays, 40K,
health and dental
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10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 xl06

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For Roll Off truck. Drug
Test required. Starting
pay $11/hr Call 696-7843
or 696-9708
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OTR, dedicatedc$1000up
2 yrs OTR 904-476-7284

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vacation, pd holidays,
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Apply at:
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714-0041 x106

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Station to do repairs
and overhauls on
accessories and com-
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fluent in hydraulic and
mechanical overhaul
work, electrical and
electronic a plus. A&P
license a plus. Fax
resume' to 292-1204.

710 Industrial/
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AC INSTALLERS
Busy company. DFWP
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APARTMENT
MAINTENANCE TECH
HVAC, Plumbing, elec-
trical exp. EOE Apply in
person 115 South Third
St. Jax Beach or fax
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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 a '
904-355-0131 or call
Bob @ 904-354-4643.
BACKHOE OPERATOR- ,,
with experience.
needed for installing
electrical conduit. FT
703-2500 or 259-4277
CARPENTER
FRAMING EXPERIENCE
W'side. Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must
Call 759- 2875
CARPENTER,LEADPER-
SON & SUPER. To work
on job, sign on bonus.
good bnfts. 384-3733
CONCRETE CUTTERS Will
train. Great pay+bnfts. _
Must have valid DL.
757-7217, 800-396-1217
Drywall/ Metal Stud
Hangers, Framers & Helpers
for interior general
contractor. Bnfts & op-
portunities Ph. 268-1008
or fax resume 268-8995
ELECTRICIAN- min 4 yrs
service exp 100% pd
health, dental, take
home vehicle, 401k, pd
vac & holidays. Top pay
DFWP/EOE 620-0081


Now hiring Electricians,
Mechanics, Supervi- "
sors, Estimators
Project Managers,
Electrician rate
$15-$19/hr Great Ben-
efits, FEAT, Ins., 401K
Si.n-On Bonus-Long
ITerm, Commercial
work. EOE Call Greg
Wolf (407) 857-6133

with exp. Must have
valid driv lic & own
transpt. We offer
competitive pay&
benefits. call 636-0049

Equipment
Operators
Loader operator for
grade crew. Great
benefits, health,
dental, pd holidays,
pd Vac, 401K EOE
DFWP Apply at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

FIRST CITY
HONDA/SEA.DOO in
St. Augustine has open-
ings in the Parts Dept.
Exp. a plus, but not nec.
Contact: Glen at
904-829-6416 or email
prislandl@yahoo.com
FURNITURE Installers
Must have tools & clean
driving record. Apply in
person: 8130 Bayberry
oad, See Gary or Ted
Call 482- 0362
GATE OPERATOR /
ACCESS CONTROL TECH
Will train. Electrical/
Electronic exp req'd.
Apply 1252 W. Beaver St
GRADE CREW -
/OPERATORS/PIPE LAYERS/
TAILLIAN
For RB Baker Construc-
tion. Medical, dental,
pd vac, pd holidays
401K. Pre- Employment
Drug Screen. For more
info call 904-824-9901 x
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resume to 904225 0834
or call 904-225-9529
PAINTERS for new con-
struction, tools /transp
nec. Good pay 626-2761
PAINT SUPERINTENDENT
Industrial & marine
applications, UHP
Blasting. Must be able
to estimate & quote.
We offer good benefits.
Please fax resume
to 904-225-0834 or call
904-225-9529
PLUMBERS Exp'd Jour-
neymen '& Repair
Plumbers min. 8 yrs
exp. $18-$22/hr;

Cassat Ave#11 389-6609
PLUMBER UC'D
for custom homes.
Top pay, bnfts. DFWP
Call 904387-0176

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
w/exp. Valid DL &
transportation
required, good benefits,
DFWP. 384-4749

PLUMBERS-with exp.
Immed openings, new
work. Top pay, truck &
benefits. Adavance-
ment oppty Rlnkwell
Plumbing 732-5554
ROOFERS
Good pay. Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431
SPRAYING CONSTRUC-
TION COATINGS.
$9.00/hr Must have own
truck or utility vehicle.
Responsible applicants
only. Drug screen and
background checks.
Call 904-509-4227 or
fax resumes to
904-378-8697.
SUPERINTENDENT
for Interior Contractor
Long Term, bnfts. Ph:
26& 1008 Fax: 268-8995


Experienced only.
$16$25/hr with Dr. Lic.
+ comm and bonuses
also Expd. Groundsmen
with CDL A/B $300 HIR-
ING BONUS 272-5876
VINYL SOFFIT A FASCIA
CREWS. needed
CALL 994-6679

/////////////////
Welders (Pipe)
$18.50/Hr. & benefits.
Weld test:
*6" 6010-7018 6G
*2" 70S-6 GTAW SG
Background & drug cks.
Must be H.S. grad.
Part-time position 6:15
to 11:15 PM. FAX
resume to Vance Miller
at (904)646-9956. Tulsa
Welding School In Jax.
//////////////////
WELDER w/fabrication
exp. competitive salary
w/benefits. Apply 1252
W. Beaver St. 354-4282

711 Marine
711 Trade

CERTIFIED I/O TECHNI-
CIAN Good pay & ben-
efits. Call Catfish
777-1383
TUG BOAT CREW
Deck Hands with MMD cards
Immediate Openings
Mobro Marine Inc.
in Green Cove Springs.
Top Pay! Company bnfts
Call Russell 904.284.9670;
or 904-338-6981


712 Mechanic
AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE
SHOP- 2 POSITIONS
AVAILABLE Machinist
& Engine assembler.
full benefits.
Call Mark @
Precision Machine
Service 731-0033


714 Insurance

AUTO INS. 220 OR
440 Good pay & bnfts
Fax resume to 285-6574

71 Management/
715 Professional

Family Advocacy
Case Manager
at Family Support Cen-
ter, Mayport Naval
Station. FL. Only LCSW
or LMFT and 1 yr exp in
domestic maltreat-
ment. FAX resume to
(210) 735-8648 or
e-mail SaratogaJob@
SBCGIobal.net

Quality Control
\Work Control
Supervisor
KIRA, Inc. has an open.
ing for an exceptional
candidate to lill the
position of Quality.
afety and Environ
mental Manager or nme
Mayport NAS Facility
The QS&E Manager
provides technical
expertise to ensure
compliance with all
local, state and federal
safety regulations. The
candidate will also be
responsible for super-
vising work control,
which includes taking
and dispatching iob
orders and conducting
field surveys to ensure
work performed meets
contract specifications
as well as corporate
expectations. Inter-
ested parties should
forward a resume to
Ithompson@kira.com
or fax to (904)
573-6292. EQE & DFWP


SECURITY MONITORS

Security monltorsfor
JacksonvIlle. HS
DIploma/BED. req. Exp
pref. Must be able to
pass NCIC background
check, drug test and be
able to work any shift
or weekends. Com-


candldates may pick up
apg lications at 202u1




UNIVERSITY OF PHOE-
NIX Jacksonville Cam-
pus, Business Devel-
opment Specialist to
increase and maintain
Gositlve awareness of
university. Retiring
military or military
spouses encouraged to
apply. Contact: Dare
Stone, 904-245-6908 or
dara.stone@phoenlx.edu


720 Medical

CNA's & HHA's
up to $10.00/hr
Need all shifts.
Apply Underhill, 3515
Hendrlcks Ave. FDLE,
physical & TB req'd.

OUTSTANDING FULL TIME
OPPORTUNITY- avail-


able In leading Primary
Care office for an
experienced ARNP pr
PA. Clinical practice
will involve preventa-
tive care & acute visits
for diverse patient
base. Flexible schedul-
ing & full benefit
package available. Fax
V to 722-4271
PA OR NP-with cos-
metic expp Botox or
exp working with a
dermatologist &
working with plastic
surgeon.emall resume
Jayflyblue@comcast.net

Physical Therapy
Assistant
FT at Naval Medical
Clinic Mayport. FL. Req.
PTA certification. 36
paid days off, insur-
ance, 401K. FAX
r e s u m e t o :
1.210-735-8648 or e-mail
SaratogaJob@SBCGIobal.net


723 Dental
DENTAL ASST EDA. 2 yrs
chairside exp. Great
oppt'y for team player
In South Point spe-
cialty ofc. Top pay,
bnrts. Fax res. 296-1911


723 Dental
DENTAL FRONT OFFICE:
Experience with ins
verification & billing,
A/R, financial arrange-
ments for treatment,
general administrative
duties. PracticeWorks
knowledge a plus.
Great benefits in a
beautiful state of the
art general dentistry
practice on Fleming Isl.
Dr. Standish
Fax 904-278.9292

724 Education

Pre-School Teachers
CDA Preferred
C.D.L. Bus Driver
Health Care Coverage
*401 K Plan
*Vacation/Personal Days
SPaid Holidays
*Paid Training
Multiple Locatlonr In
J.ko.envllle A
St. Aucustlne
Call 904-230-4899
TuToR TIME
Fax 904-230-4910

TEACHERS WANTED
All Subjects and Special
Ed. The Broach School,
5 campus
Please fax resume to
674- 0902 or 243- 8827

Office/
725 Clerical

ACCTS PAYABLE CLERK
Immediate opening for
detailed oriented per-
son, w/ stable work
history. Ideal candi-
date will have 2 years
AP exp. Excel com-
puter and communi-
cation skills required.
Send resume to:
BM 7987482, C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Seeking dependable,
motivated, personable
individual for office
osiltlon, Good benefits,
DE. Apply in person at
1614 Atlantic University
Circle, 32207.
GENERAL OFFICE -
Strong data entry, people
and phone skills a must.
Ar! Southside area.
Fax resume 724-5925

b7 35 Restaurants/
s3,, Hotels




Breakfast & Lunch Cooks
Kitchen Help exp only
apply 834 Kingsley Ave
O.P. 215-1956

745 Sales
ASST. MGR- For Jack-
sonville supervisory &
lighting/electricaL
Supply experience
required. Good pay,
benefits, inentIlve
bonus Call
877-445-7341

COPIER SALES
Sissine's Office Systems
Is expanding our sales
staff. Authorized full line
dealer of Ricoh, Kyocera
Copys ar. Need motivated
& enthusiastic reps. Base
+ Comm Auto Cell
Medical Bonuses
Training. Send Resume to
Fax # 739-0545.
Email sam@sissines.com

7 0 Technical/
7 JV Engineering

Concrete Construction
PROJET l r lMANAGER


COPIER TECH
Sissines is expanding.
Authorized full line
dealer of Kyocera Copy-
star, Ricoh. Need expe-
rienced copier techs w/
drive for success.
Computer knowledge a
plus. Salary Benefits-
Phone-Auto. Join our
winning team. Send
Resume Fax # 739-0545
Email sam@sissines.com

Get out of the woods:
land surveying g com-
pany seeking depend-
able, motivated indi-
viduals, experience for
certain positions a
must, valid Florida
drivers license
required. Good ben-
efitsE DOE. Apply In
person at 1614 Atlantic
University Circle, 32207.
Gen. Const. Supt.
Min. 5 yrs. exp.
Call (904) 317-5601 Fax:
(904) 317-2117
EEO/DFWP




,ea d nar, .5 or ng
Business management
skills. Requirements: strong
business development
skills, excellent communi-
cations skills, excellent
computer skills, the ability
to work effectively in a
team environment, strong
pro ect management skills,
multi-tasking capabilities;
working knowledge of
work-plan development.
Field experience and
auto-cadd a must.
Salary commensurate with
experience. Email resume
to: lbkl6l14@yahoo.com

Survey
Instrument &
Rodman
Offering excellent
beneitLs- heatn.
pd Vac. 401K Pay

FLORID RAOADES
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

Surveyors CAD operator
exp'd in surveying or
eng. Top pay full ben-
efits. iy Indiv for qlty
workplace 904 384-7855

752 Warehouse
DRIVER/WHSE,
Class D' CDL req'd. FT
Apply 11619 Beach
Blva., oak Street Furn
GREAT PAYI
CUE & CASE, SALES, INC
is seeking energetic,
detail oriented lndl-
vidual for fast paced
warehouse. $8-$10/hr +
bonus program & ben-
efits. Requires some
heavy lifting. Exp a plus
but will train. Mon-Fri
9:30-6 or 7:30-4. DFWP
call Pam 904-584-0111

753 Security

SECURITY
PROFESSIONALS
Full and Part Time
Immediate Interviews
$8.50/ hr for training
$1s.00/hr after training
completed
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
openings for Security
Officer and Security
Supervisors in the Fer-
nandina Beach area.
We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and excel-
lent working conditions
in a professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance.
H/S Diploma/GED. valid
driver's license and
security license ate
required. Must be able to
ass drug screening and
backgrounds check.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to worK
various hours a must.

Please Apply:
M Fg8am 3pm
(904) 261.5551
M/F/D/V/EOE
B9000174


753 Security
SECURITY OFFICERS
Class D License
904215-3144, 334-1207

Security Officers
Jacksonville & Fernan-
dina Bch., Immediate
openings. D/G, PT/FT.
Benefits avail. Must
have current FL lic./BG
check/DFWP/ EOE.
Apply in person at: 1551
Glengarry Rd., Jax or
call 800- 532-2362.


755 Miscellaneous

BRINKS INC.
Positions Available:
Messenger/Driver
$1000 Bonus for D&G
Licenses
Brink's Inc. is the pre-
mier provider of
armored car transpor-
tation. The customer-
focused individual we
hire will have excep-
tional ethics, integrity
and will be self-moti-
vated. The company
also has a full benefits
package including:
* Full Medical/Dental
Package
'Company Partial
Matching 401k
SQuarterly Profit sharing
*Tuition Reimbursement
SPaid Vacation
*Company Paid Pension
* Time & half for 40+ hrs
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
SSuccessful Polygraph
examination
-Successful background
investigation
; Drug test/DOT physical
Please apply in person
Monday through Friday
between 9am 4pm at
33 West 2nd Street. For
directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v

Construction Cleaners
Exp'd AVG. $10/hrly for
new constr. 686-4398

DANCE TEACHERS
NEEDED WILL TRAIN
904-388-9952

LABORERS WANTED
$8.50/hr. Must have
dependable transpor-
tation. Plenty of work.
Call 904-614-9176 or
904 568-4331
LAWN MAINTENANCE
HELP. Good Pay!
Orange Pk. 904-282- 134
LOADOUT DISPATCHER-
FT gd benefits, CalU
Myrna 733-4414
MICKEY MOUSE STUFF,
cups, glasses, nick
knacks, t-shirts, linens
etc. 30 boxes full $200
call 268-0829

SEVERAL POSITIONS AVAIL
some mech ability pref.
DL req. CDL pref.
Full time, Benefits,
Drug Testing.
Apply 4744 Collins Rd.,
Orange Park, FL
VETERINARY OFFICE
RECEPTIONIST/ TECH-
NICIAN Part to Full time,
Phone & computer
skills needed. Apply in
person at Hyde Grove
Animal Care Center
6420 San Jua Juan Ave.


760 Part-Time




ExperienceHor
Classes forming now!
1- 800 2347423
L JCKSONME



762 Work At Home
MAKE OVER $60,000
YEARLY FROM HOME
INFO IS FREE E-MAIL
NAME-ADDRESS TO:
DBREPORTS@TDS.NET
FAX NAME AND ADDRESS
TO: 912-882-7801

8 n Child
830 Care

4 CHILDCARE
v n in Mandarin area.
Please call
904-880-3363
In Home daycare
on base with
L openings toddlers
Please call
912-576-4112

835 Cleaning
8 Services

Julie's Cleaning Services
15 Yrs. Exp. Lic&Ins. Homes,
move-out, offices constr.
clean- up, refs avail
744-4450 or 476-2372

Home
865 Improvement/
Remodeling
Spartan Seamless
Gutters-5" &6" 30yrs
experience, all work
done by owner.Free
Estimates. Licensed &
Insured.Call Today
695-1065.

870 Lawn Service-
Landscaping

GERROD LAWN SERVICE
*Mow & go $25* Wkly
full svc $35; *Yrly con-
tract wkly full svc. $35
Call 904-553-0030

871 Legal
Services


Bankruptcy
Stop Foreclosure.
Repossession &
Garnishment of
wages. Call the



For a free
consultation.


Evening and week-
end appointments
avail. 904-992-9215
Jacksonville, FL..


871 sLegal
871 Services

s -











*Automobile &
Consumer Products
*Contract &
Warranty issues
Debt Collection
Bankruptcy
Foreclosure
Residential
Landlord-tenant
644 Cesery Blvd
Suite 350
Jacksonville, FL
904-725-6872
Email
cfgf2@yahoo.com
The hiring of a law-
yer is an important
decision that should
not be based solely
upon advertise-
ments. Before you
decide, ask us to
send you free writ-
ten information
bout our qualifica-
tions and experience


876C Painting/
876 Wallpaper

A+ PAINTING & POWER
WASHING INC. Great
Service, great prices get
your free estimate this
week. LIc/Ins. 504,9870








Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922Collectables and
Jewelry
92SComputer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
92 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
9B0 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
4. 4 Cubic Foot refrig-
.Ierator 1.6 cubic foot
refrigerator. $250.00
small upright freezer
$75.00 all good condition
354-5675
, Brand New
Refrigerator
white side- by- side.ice
maker $650.00,water
dispenser never used
serious callers Call
Diamond 904.859-7117
S GE ELECTRIC
DROP-IN RANGE.
,|t Almond with black
door. Self cleaning,
good condition. $75.
Phone 779-5929
HOT POINT No frost
Refrigerator $85; Ken
more upright Freezer
$170-like new.
Call after 5pm. 285-4335
LARGE CAPACITY
S WASHER DRYER
oI great shape will
deliver call
994-0100 $250.00
LARGE CAPACITY
DRYER
works great can
deliver call
994-0100 $80.00
REFRIGERATOR, white,
26cu. ft. ft side by side,
Maytag w/indoor Ice &
water, like new, $650.
334-8596
Refrigerator/Freez
Ser w/Ice maker.
1 Works. GE 20.7 cu.
ft. No wheels.
Beige $50. Call 288- 0285
S, Refrigerator-auto
S ice c u b e s ,
1 24.6cuKenmore
frostless, exc
cond.$200 call
772-1077 cel1-568-6191
a REFRIGERATOR
white, works great
V can deliver call
994-0100 $150.00
W/D-Heavy duty $200;
w/icemkr $125; 238.3391
Washer/dryer setvery
good shape $250.00
Call 994-0100
WHIRLPOOL REFRIG-
ERATOR21 cu n no
Ice mnler; >. ar: 01i
r Ell e t Di C '
Boo 221 91"l3
905 Articles
For Sale

S36" Patio Table & two
high chairs to match
Q '$35.00 call
912-266-2690
4 TIRES- 195, 141n
$40.2 Stereo floor
speakers $60.
771-4674
4 10 Inch Table Saw-
S$300 14 Inch saw
S $300 wood LA7H
$100. All for $600
Mike 287-1905
Absolute Best Shrimp
101b lots. $2.00 lb.
765-8651/765.5006
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything now!
358-2265 259-2292
Bedroom SetKing, 4pc
$1400. Oval Dining Rm
tbi a 8 chrr. $350. Full
size bed w/Aooden
head & footboard $325.
Round wooden tbl for 4
$130 Exercise bike
$100. Jack La Lannes
power Juicer 585 White
D'esser $65. Office Desk
$35. Bookshelf $10.
904-771 1523
a. BODY SOLID CENTRAL
/ WEIGHT MACHINE
r, oA $r i.^O0cail
226-1291


905 Articles
For Sale

COKE Machine 1980's
T Style-needs some
C work. Call 227-2106
t Ask for Tony
Country Kitchen Table
with three chairs
$50.00 call
912-266-2690
SCPO Uniform's short
Sleeves shirts 151/2
34" and 36" x 30"
pants call
912-266-2690
4, Criminal Justice
Books CRM/Por 123
CRM 332 CRM419
CRM430 Terrorism
corrections Law organiza-
tion contact Mary Sanchez
at 220-4577 or 612-9998
4, DARK CHERRYWOOD
FINISH POOL TABLE
Q1 w/red felt, leather
pockets includes
cover, all accessories,
extra felt $1,000 tread-
mill $75 904-708-6069
SDouble Eddie Bauer
baby strollerex cond.
tLo $75.00 Call 573-2863
Easy Anchor Puller
SModel 8 Powered
IL by a Ramsey Winch
new $1600.00 sell
for $550 OBO excellent
condition 264-0969
Entertainment Center-25 in
TV,Oak Finish Glass
doors,three shelves,three
cabinetsslide drawer for
VCR,Tapes,$100.00
783-3178
4 FOR SALE
hitachi cmb 13u 21"
1 monitor $75,22
pitch 18.5" depth
same as most 19" good
condition four avail-
able 912-674-2860
Golf clubs lO,true grit
$50.00,brand new
Char-broil barbeque
$50.00,seasoned wood
904-269-9527
Gun Safe, Kennel 6xl5ft,
Hot tub.First $600 cash
takes all. 608-2282
Hot Tub-6 person,
Must Sell!!!!! $1000 obo
268-4255/ 703-9711
4, Industrial Sewing
Machine $900
5 Thread Senger
$900 Call 317-0529

IS YOUR POOL TO HOT
OR TO COLD777
Your solution Is herell
I have a brand new
never used. state ol
the art. heater/chiller
made by Pentair.
Model MiniMax plus
HP. Retail Price $5,500
Selling for. $4.500
II you don't believe It
and want to see it.
call me!!
Call 904-501 5666 and
ask for Luis.

LAWN MOWER 5 H.P.
Smulcher $65.00, 3 HP
Sgas edger $95.00
miscellaneous build-
ing supplies, Sears
Kromedge mitersaw, locks,
vents nails, 781-6222
4, LEATHER COUCH
Sbeige good con-
Sdition Orig. $1,100.
Asking $350
904-260-1948
after 5:00 PM
Maternity Uniforms
S2 sets short sleeved
size medium, retail
$72.50. selling both
sets for $20 OBO Joan
7772-7133
SPOOL TABLE
Beautiful maple
wood, 1" slate. All
access. $12k.
742-4862
4. Pool Table Oak
SLeather Pockets
4 with balls cues,
sticks, and cover
$300 OBO 904-278.1126
904.910-2581
4 SOFA EXCELLENT
condition $250,
4 microtek scanner
still in box $25.
caleca pasta bowls $10,
large mirror $25
4 Tanning bed-like
Snew.lb- lamp
t |Wolff Tanning Bed.
Paid $1200 asking
$700. 382-7687 or
521-3645
SUnbelievable Cactus
1 Potted 5' tal 3' across
I 100 arms moving must
sell $200 Bill 246-0301
7 AM 7PM
UPRIGHT VACUUM
$20.00, VCR player
with remote $30.00, 5
S sleeping bags $35.00
all, boys 20" bike $10.00
781-6222
Utility Jacket
Size medium x-short
S excellent condition
retail $31.95 will sell
for $10 O80 call Joan
772-7133

910Arts & Crafts/
910 Hobbies

4, ATTENTION:
Crafters 100 skeins
tL yarn.various color
weights,types, new
still wrapped. $100
264-7606

920 Business/
Office

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

922 Collectables
& Jewelry

HOME MADE BEADED
JEWELRY. Toe Rings,
Earrings Necklaces &
Bracelets. Imported
quality beads. 783-9788

925 Computers

4 Compaq Desktop
Stwo speakers
kLrebullt 4/05 $125.00
obo. Bill 246-0301
8am-7pm.
a Computer Note-
/ bookHP-XZ355
SP4-1.6GHz, 768MB,
Sony External DVD
Recorder, wireless
ready, 15 inch XGA-TFT
screen WinXP&R2 $675
Call 779-7327

928 Electronics
4 50" PhillpsTV
excellent condition,
recently serviced
under warranty.
$700.00 OBdO call Jason (H)
213-4384 or (W) 542-8507
ext. 105
4. Bose 901 Speakers
S(black) a must see and
1 hear $300.00 forpair
call 912-266-2690


928 Electronics

4, MobIle DJ Mixer and
three() CD players In
L mobile DJ case, plug
and play Karaoke on
wheels $600.00
912-266-2690
4 Mobile DJ Pioneer 500
Professional mixer
must see and hear
$300 call
912-266-2690

945 Garage
Sales

4, FIBERGLASS TRUCK
CAP FOR 86.5-97
,l Nissan King Cab.
Color: Green, Exc.
c o n d $150.
904-284-4883
Mand. Co. French DR Set
+ more! Fri, Sat 10592
Inverness Dr. 704-9739
Mirlmar- SAT 9/3 7am.
CDs, DVDS, Dshwshr,
Clothes, Misc.
4552 Redwood Ave.
Neptune Beach-Lg Multi
Family. Everything!
Thurs,Fri.Satf8-1pm.
1140 Florida Blvd.
O.P-Movlng Sale Sun.
9-?Furn &odds and
ends. 1553 Jenmar Ct.
OP K-MART YARD SALE
Support student going to
Washington! Sat 8-12.
ORTEGA BLUFF
S GARAGE SALE.
I |Sat 7:30am-2pm.
Movies, Furn, ciths,
(baby) misc. 7825
Marsala Ct. off Collins
Rd.
PVB-Sat 9-6pm Every-
thing must go.Furn,HH
items. 50 Sea Winds Ln. E.
S'side-Fri 9-2p Sat 8-12
Bedroom furn, toysother
furn.1200 Secret Oaks PI
SWITZERLAND-Fri & Sat
8-2pm. 136 Village Green
off Roberts Rd. Exerc.
Eqpt, Comp Eqpt, Lrg -
CH items & more.
W'slde-2528 Oak St.
Fri & Sat 9-2pm.
Misc items.
W'SIDE Moving Sale Fri &
Sat 9am-2pm 7730
Collins Ridge Blvd.
Everything must go!
Bargain Hunters Galore

Tnis Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Pace Vendcor
Soaces Staning ,-'
$7. Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
S La An

2005 S'xlO' TRAILER
Q e 200$ IB 3 $i. I
T) .'re,-Ii .inge
IremeIa uu.2 B'a
floor drive on gate steel
$950.00 call 912-576-1281
4, Craftsman Riding
SMower 12.5 HP. 38"
e I cut 5 spd, new
pulleys, belts &
blades $400 334-1962
287-8433
PALM TREES, Palm Trees,
Palm Treesl Hundreds
to choose from 10'-20'
$99. Uc. FL Dept. of
Agriculture 334-8408
Snapper Riding Mower
9hp, 28" cut, like new.
$650. 904-704-6734

i955 Household
7-0, Furniture

., ANTIQUE PARLOR SET
SCarlton McLendon
kil Victorian reproduc-
tion, three piece sofa
king, queen chairs, cherry
fiourac $1,000.00 Ron
622-8391

Antlquewash
Sstand,marble top &
backsplashwalnut
w/buried on drawer
and doors.Excellent cond.
$375 904-725-0009
BED.-A-- BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Memn. Foam From $340
(904) 674 0405

Bed,--Affordable
New 1/2 Price Today!
New Factory Warranty
Twin Sets $79-$195
Full Sets $99-$295
Quean Sets $119-$495
ing Sets $250-$595
Memory Foam $325+
Can Deliver 505-7941

Bedroom 4Pc Set $28
BACK TO SCHOOL
SPECIALSIII I
2 Pc Sofa&Chair From$19)
Pc Oak Dinette Frm $191
3 Pc Qn Simmons Bd $194
13 PC Sealy King Bed $19
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$99E
IVCR's From $1
120" Color TV's From $71
.Microwaves From $25i
CrTI C 1ANCE I

L 0(9701 L7-90s00
BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. Pillow Top In
Plastic $200 (904) 67 0405
SCouches(2) Exc.
cond (1)Natural
I color w/floral print,
(1)Off white
w/muted stripe. Priced
to sell. 264-3486
228-1095
Dresser and night
stand,oak color $40.00
Fair condition.Call
573-2863
DRESSER -with mirror,
Asking $175. PVB
Call 904-686-0249
Drop Leaf Table-with 2
chairs made of
northern hardwood in
excellent cond. $300.
Call 772-6320
A Entertainment
SCenter Wall Unit.
v I1Light washed pine
color, great con-
dition $2500BO Call
317. 0973
4, FORMAL DINING
STABLE- lighted
I hutch seats 6
polyester finish,
better durability hard-
est furn, finish, exc
cond, $1,000 693-3033
FULL COUCH, Loveseat,
cof. tbl, 2 end tbis, sofa
tbi-all matching; Solid
oak cof. tbi 65" x21.5"
(904) 272-3008
& Kitchen China Cabinet
all wood $100.00 Large
<|rdog kennel $25.00

4 Large 2 piece
Entertainment
<1 Center- Pine color,
with glass doors.
$250 OD. Call 317-0973
leave message
Livlno Room set -(7pc)
red.Tike new, $1700
MUST SELL! 268-4255/
703-9711 Lv message.


955 Household
Furniture

4 Mattress & Box-
Sspring (Two Sets)
S| all four pieces only
T $40.00 387.5675
Twin Size
MOVING MUST SELL I
Living & Bedroom furn. &
various kitchen apli-
ances. 904-654-9975
Moving Sale-Everything
mustgol All Furniture
like new. 262-8841
4. Oak table w/ 4
chairs 48" diam
tw/24" extension.
Perfect cond. $475
264-6364
REDECORATING
Cherry Ent. Ctr $350;
Hidabed $100; 2 Antiq.
Tbis $35-$50- Crystal
Chandelier & Lamps
$25-$50; Toy chest,
Rugs & Misc. items.
904-724-9584
SLEEPER Sect. Couch
$600; 2 Recliners $300ea
Full Hdbrd $35; Cof. &
End tbi $100set; 422-5884
Sofa-Black Lthr lyr old
New $1100 will sell for
$450. Computer desk- g
corner, shelves &
drawersnew $499 will
sell for $150. 703-4444
Save $50 if you buy both!!
Sofa Sleeper-Love
Seat Chair $225,
STwin Trundel with
mattress $100.
291-3789
4 Solid Oak Roll Top
Desk- Good Shape,
very large Call
I215-5337

w/mattress +
V | f Strawberry bed-
ding $35.
912-882-1090
TODDLER BED
w/mattress $30,
4Drawer dresser
$35, Entertainment
Center Oak color fits up
to 32" TV $35. Sofa &
Loveseat- green/beige
plaid with burgundy
loral cover included
$250. Call Julie
@294-8216

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services

4, MICRO-FISHE
S film/card reader,
immaculate condition
for genealogist
researching family history
valued at $500.00 asking
$375.00 491-7996

980 Sporting
Goods

BILLIARD TABLES NEW
Solid Maple 1" slate
Don't Pay Retail!!
1/2 Price 505-7941
STILL HUNTING CLUB,
Needs more members.
$1000 per membership.
Plenty of deer, bears &
hogs. 11mi. West of
HomervilIle. GA. 8000ac
to hunt. Call Jimmy at
904-669-8327 or John
at 904-424-6519

Wanted To
Buy Or Trade
4 BUYING COMIC BOOKS
& related items call
1 904-631-9439






Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services

1010 Pet's &
Supplies

19.5 ft Regal Cuddy
S1 '99-4.3, volvo, I/O
tl. fully loaded, drive
on trailer. Full
canvas excellent con-
dition $17,900.
904,264-8100
904-504,1828
American Bulldog PUPS
CKC 2 Male's White,
Ready Now! 904-477.1888
American Bulldog Pups
ABA Reg. $500 + Big, bold
blocky 386-935-4856
Aquarium-220 gal.
Sw/stand .accesso-
|ries. Salt/fresh
,setup $800 call
382-7687 or 521-3645.
4, Aquarium Hood
Swith Flourescent
Light- Plastic with
glass panel. 29
inches by 11.5 Inches.
Like new $20 268-2482
Australian Shepherds-
6wks, taking deposits,
S&W, POP.Al 4 colors,
$250-$350. 317-2350
BASSETS, Beagles, Toy
Poodles, Maltese, Yor-
kles. Mini Dachs,
Cockers, Chihuahuas,
Toy Cocker Mix, Bostons,
Boxer mix, 353-1101
Bichon Frise's AKC. first
shots, dewormed,
7wks, partial delivery
can be arranged. $700 &
$800. 251-649-4638
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPY
$425. F. 7 mos. Playful
& loving. 904-4763321
Boxer Puppies-AKC,4
male $475,Fawn w/bick
mask.Brindle 994-1696
BOXERS PUPS AKC. fawn
POP, $600 cash. Call
904-962-9518 or 641-5394
Brittany Pups: AKC White
& Orange. 32xCH
Nolan's Last Bullet
bloodlines. $500.
912-449-3376.
Cocker Spaniel pups
with papers DOB 6-10
$350. 912-576- 8851
COLLIE PUPS S/W AKC,
4m, 2f, $750, 564- 1715
504-8970
Collles(2)F 9mo (short
hair) AKC Lisara -child
allergic, smart/ sweet-
must go as pair343-9088
DOG TRAINING,
Private Lessons.
Check My Webslte at
www.puDpytraln.com
or call 904-710-0393
Eng. Bulldog Pups AKC,
champ bd, 6F/1M, red &
fawn $1800 904-225-8288
Free cat short hair tabby,
healthy w/automatIc
litter box. 662-2141


1010 Pet's &
1 1 Supplies
FREE KITTENS
Born 6/20/O5 w/
A gallco. w/ black &
white paws, 2 tan &
white, 3 black & white,
available now! Info on
free spaying & neuter-
ing programs available.
each comes w/bag of
food &litter please call
463-0441

GERMAN Shorthair
Pointer Pups AKC par-
ents strong hunters,
sire has master hunt
title, chmp & field chmp
bidls, ready 9/6 $500
-$600. 386-328-4352
Jack Russell Pups-9wks,
tri color, very short. $350
504-5406/591-6536
LABS PU PS -AKC, choc,
bik, yell. Field Quality,
262-8162 463-0236
LABS Yellow, lm,
9wks, $300, 626-1028
LOOKING TO
. ADOPT
older female dog
for companionship
to 13 year old female
Beagle. No large dogs.
Please call 291-4880
After 5pm
LOVE BIRDS 1 for $35; 2
for $60; $90 for cage,
birds & feed. 981-9627
MASTIFF MIX & ROTTY
PUPS, 8wks, 778-8968
Sprout8839aol.com
Miniature Dachshunds
CKC, black & tan,
reg.$500. 282-9313
MINI-SCHNAZAKC, HC,
M/F, Black & Sliver call
904- 613-4905 or 607- 8992
Pit Bull Pups-ADBA
champ bidlines, some
blues. $350+ 386-497-1329
PIT BULLS UKC reg grand
champion bidlines, top
of the line pedigree's
912-322-2729
PIT BULL TERRIERS, 8wks
from l2gen. breed. Red
nose. shots/ HC,
papers, $800.887-4555
Pomeranian pups 2 (ea)
8 weeks ACA,$450 cash
904-779-7140
Rotti Pups AKC Germ chp
bidin POP, $500 Males
,Goodhm only! 778-0186
Sheltles AKC,S/W
SBL/MRL,POP, Dep. will
hold.$500+ 786-7424
Shih-tzu puppies
males, Ifemale.
Diana 291-7745
Shih-Tzu-Pups CKC
8 Females/2 Males shots
& wormed. 406-0144







Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
L320 Antiques/Classics
1325Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
134OTrucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
16' STRATOS '94
S BASS BOAT
%V70 hp Johnson, fully
Equipped, ready to
fish. Extras. Must sell.
$4100 904 291-9915
., 18FT Quantum 1997
Fish and ski boat
tt.runs good needs
some work $4000
obo 779-9696
19' TROPHY CC
S '02-mercury
< 125HP, depth
finder, GPS, Bimini,
low hours warranty,
extras. $17,500 OBO.
call 215-1040
36ft Mainship Aft Cabin
Twin Crusader 270'S.
Great cruise or live
aboard.Sale or swap for
smaller boat. $55k.
386-312-0018
904-509-9493
S20 ft. '88 SUNBIRD
T Cuddy cabin 4.3L V6
galvanized trailer SST
prop runs great $3800
call 904-874-1420


SILVERTON & REGAL
YACHTS & SPORT
BOATS.
Jacksonville's largest
stocking dealer. 2005
Tree at Lambs Yacht
enter 3420Lakeshoe
Blvd. 904-381-8980

WANTED Boats,
motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 37-1440
4 WELLCRAFT EXCEL '96
18 FT bowrider
tt$ $3200.00 637-9359.
Ask for Steve


1210 Sailboats
15ft Boston Whaler
SSalboat-traller.ne
4 1w main & Jib.$1500
obo.Caa I Don
278-0106

2 Me W Marine








c /Ski 150 watt 6.5 Mp,
4-tkc. 4-stropke $3,000
call 912-266-2690







$150.00 call 912-266-2690


1230 RV's&
1230 Supplies

20' COACHMEN
SCamper sleeps 4
Ilcan sleep 8 cool AC
refrig, stove, sink
full bath $1200. Call
855-8021
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800 541- 6439
4. BOUNDER MOTOR-
HOME '93 New
SEngine, new
transmission new
radiator. 34' Back-up
Camera, mini blinds.
$24,999. Call 215-9720
6-9pm
Dodge Motor home '78
sleeps 8,. full bath w/tub
new ACtires,440 runs
great ready to travel.
$3 00 firm. 904-755-9407
Duchmen '95-22ft, rear
qn sleeps 4, fridge
,awnings, ac, $4950.
904-814-6125
Four Winds 2004, Class C,
31.5ft, like newless than 10K
miles.Owner must sell due
to health.Fully equip. w/1
Lrg slide.Many extras. Must
see to appreclate.Asking
$55K OBO. Tow dolly also
available. Call 778-4437
TT Nash 200427ft. 2 slide
outs. Like new, asking
$19k. Blue book $22k
262-3738


1300 Motorcycles
,. '02 SUZUSKI GSXR
S1000 very clean full
I SYN oil 2 helmets
jackets and more
call 881-6380 $7995
2003 Big Dog Pt Bull
S Motorcycle new
S backtireground
pounder black with
cobalt $19,000
904-755-8108
4. Buell Blast HD 2002
1 104miles garaged,
black w/flames
VINCE & HINES
pipes 500cc,asking
3.9K Call 880-1355
Harley Davidson
2000 FLST Fatboy
L, only 2361 miles.
excellent condition
with many extras $16,500
call Paul 620-9387
Harley Davidson 2002
SFXDWG, Black &
ki.chrome, stage 1
Screamin'Eagles
factory alarm,new tires
22,500mll,13,500
9046164796 / 9047863399

HD HERITAGE SOFTAIL
CLASSIC '01
Tach Stage 1 kit, H/W
bars, saddlebags, V& H
pipes. $15,500.223-3911
HARLEY DAVIDSON
ROAD KING CLASSIC '03
8,800 Miles. Custom
wheels, new tires and
a stage One kit. Lots
of chrome $18,000.
Call 696-9719 or
a237-1030. Ask for Joe
HD -'99 Softail Custom
LIKE NEW! 4800 Miles,
Laser Red, 1340CC
Extrasll Email pics
221-4066or868-2325
HD 1998 SPORTSTER
S4K in custom and
performance parts
drag pipes hyper
charger. 705-6466
4, Honda CBR 1100XX
S'02 Silver Chrome
t %heels. unoiert3K
Coron se3t. [inced.
eindscreen. $7500 OBO
3i. ;7936
HONDA CXS00 79
1 Runs Bnd looks
l !Sre3t Grea[ first
ike or looking to
save gas $900 OBO
904 645-7795
g SUZUKI GT380'72
S3 cyl 2 stroke runs
\I ,good many spares has
clean Florida title
$500/BO 374-1372
Suzuki Intruder 700cc
86- w/2 helmets.
$1700 obo. 904-626-8803
4, SUZUKI RM 125 '02
SExcellent cond.,
$2300obo.
Ev: 729-7932 or
days 573-3221
4. Suzuki VL 1500 Bur-
Sgundy & gold, 9250 mL,
cruise lights, long shot
pipers, custom saddle
bags $7,000.00 call
912-266-2690
4. Yamaha Virago SE
S1100cc 1996, new
r tires, battery,
ready for the road
$3500 272-6961
., YAMAHA YZ400F'98
orig. owner runs good
4 1 yellow graphics kit
have some spare
parts $1700/BO 374-1372

1310 Auto Parrts

SFiberglass ARE Truck
Stopper(dark blue,2yrs
4 i0 o1d,fits Chevy short
bed $750. OBO0
904- 249-5261/904-6 35- 5557
Honda CRS-Sl 1991, 1.6
J a p a n e s e Z C
motor,30,00mileswings
west kitmany extras,Parts
Only. Call 6209387
4, Rear Bench Seat from
1995 Dodge Caravan.
4.1- Gray.vinyl &
cloth.Excellent cond.
$45 Call 268-2482
Transmissions-p rofes-
sionally reblt.Startlng
at $389.Free towing
.install.in house
financing avall.904 272 3544

1320 Antiques/
132V Classics


AM/FM Cass, exc tire,
runs great, kasan red
$2500. 997-8075
Volkswagon Camper '78
Looks & runs great, lots
of new parts, will sac-
rafice at $5800 742-1454


1325 Automotive

2NDBUYAUTO.com
CLEAN USED CARS
ACURA 2.3 SL '99
Champagne w/ tan Ithr,
sunroof, auto. $8900
Matheny Jaguar 642- 1500
ACURA TSX '04
St#3758A $23,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Audi A6-Silver
with blue leather,
fully loaded,
original owner,
excellent condition.
Low mileage $10.,500
OBO phone
904-880-4613
AUDI TT ROADSTER '01
St#F666 $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877


1325 Automotive
BMW 325clc 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg, Loaded
$32,988371-4728
BMW 325 c Conv '04
Green w/tan. Load.
9k mi $33,900
Matheny Jaguar 642.1500
BMW 3251A 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg, Low miles,
$25,788 371-4728
BMW 5301A 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg, CD.
$30,988 371-4728
BMW 5301A 2002,
Auto, Prem Pkg, $30,988
371-4728
BMW 745U 2002
Very Clean Car, Loaded
$47,988 371-4728
BMW 23 3.0 2002 Auto,
Loaded, Very clean, 6cyl
Engine $26,788 371-4728
BMW Z4 3.0 '03
5 speed, silver with
gray leather.
Matheny Jaguar 642.1500
BUICK CENTURY '02
St#F650 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEVILLE '01
St#F694 $18,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEVILLE '93
White with Red $2900.
Matheny Jaguar 642-1500
CHEVY CAVALIER '02
St#BUC7513A $6488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
CHEVY CORVETTE '02
St#F704 $29,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CORVETTE '89
Only 61kmi. Red, showrm
qlty. $10.5k, 904-545-2647
CY Chevy Lumina 98'
Asking $2950 only
V |56k miqood cond.
Nice ride, call
576-5495 for details.
CHEVY MALIBU '02
St#F290 $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY MALIBU '71,
great project car, 350,
C $1500 BO 292-2634
CHEVY SSR '03
St#F637 $30,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE '04
St#F353 $23,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '02.
Loaded, white w/
woody pkg. Ltd $10,900
Matheny Jaguar 642-1500
CHRYSLER SEBRING
CONVERTIBLE FX 99
S V6 Gold exc. cond.
garage kept $7,900
912-729-6224
DAEWOO NUBIRA '01
Excellent condition,
loaded, priced for quick
sale $2945. 389-7700
DODGE NEON SXT '05.
Loaded, excellent shape
payments $200/mo. Need
500 down wac. 389-7700
DODGE STEALTH
'93, fair cond, new
S|trans new tires
S$3,000 obo call
904-234-6600
DODGE STRATUS SXT' 0 5
Outstanding condition,
fully loaded, must sell.
need $350 down 389-7700
a Ford Crown Victo-
ria LX '92 fully
Loaded one owner
low mileage very
clean $2575.00 white
four door call 278- 5525

Fr Crown Victoria
02. 33k Miles.
I fully loaded. I
I excellent condition.
SAll luxury. $10,50oo
/ 1904)476 557

-, FORD EXPEDITION
S103 -Lded, Eddie
klBauer in great
cond. Only 40kmi,
Asking $27k. 576-5495
FORD F150 '85 Parts
truck w/302 & 351. $500
Firm 904-483-8476
FORD F350 XLT '03
Diesel dually Crew Cab.
Matheny Jaguar 642-1500
FORD MUSTANG '02
St#F409A $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
, Ford Mustang '97,
SRed, 6cyl, Auto, pw,
p I 1 p, pds, runs great,
152k miles Well
Maintained 374-5618
$3400
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
40th Aniv. 5spd, all pwr,
19kmi, $18,500. 813-2884
HONDA ACCORD EX '03
St#F660 $18,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD EX '03
St#F278 $19,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
HONDA ACCORD LX '04
St#F661 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A, HONDA Civic '94
Hatchback $3500
.obo. 912-673-7853

HONDA CIVIC '95
Police Inp. $5001 Listings
8007498116 x7327

2dr, AT moonroof, less
then 50k, $9600. 284-2893
HONDA CIVIC EX '05
St#F596C $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC HYBRID '01
5spd, gas saver, 55mpg,
Io ml, $9850obo. 571- 6261
HONDA CIVIC HYB '03
St#F543 $17,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SHONDA CIVIC LX '99
very clean 98K run
Mat great 5,950 090
must sell call
904-307-2126
HONDA ELEMENT EX '03
St#4773A $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
Honda Knighthawk 750-2003,
2,900 milexc cond. Helmet,
tank, bag, cover include
$4500.00 transfer ng, must
sell 904-571-1895
HYUNDAI ACCENT GS '02
St#BUCF682 $7488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI G20 '02
St#F407 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI G35 '04 door,
Black, auto, loaded
only, 18k miles
Matheny Jaguar 642-1800
INFNIm G35 '03
St#F607 $25,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
Iniflnite 135 '02-exc
cond.garaged 35k ml,
$19,990. 904-561-7133
JAGUAR S-TYPE '00
Silver w/ivory 3.0
Titanium w/Almond 4.0
Matheny Jaguar 642-1500
JAGUAR S-TYPE 4.0 *00
Titanium w/almond
Matheny Jaguar 642-1500


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STK#13703 __ .
' NEW '05 P.T. CRUISER
MSP ............. $13,995
.P. Discount ....... 1,079
Frank Griffin *
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MSRP ............ 29,172
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Trade Assist .........-1,000
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05 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY LX"
M.R ...............27,200
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M.RP..............25,976
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Get 0% APR & cash back on all new models WAC Jeeps in stock, prices indude all r debates Dealer retains all rebates & incentives. CFC bonus cash of $1,000 available to those financing through Ch ryr financial. Military rebate $500 s available to active duly, retired or honorably discharged military on Jeeps. Art for illustration only. Zero APR and cash
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* 125 Point Inspection.
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05 Town and Country Limited 4 Miles $29,989

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05 Dodge Dakota EXT Cab SLT Laramie $21,499
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04 Jeep Wrangler X...............$20,999
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05 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT ......$ 19,999
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04 Chrysler Pacifica Touring ........ $17,999
3rd Row Seats, Alloy Wheels, Fully Loaded
04 Grand Cherokee Laredo .........$ 1 5,995
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03 Jeep Liberty 4x4 .............$13,999
A/T, 6 Cyl., All Power Opt., Low Miles
05 Dodge Neon SXT ...... ......... $1 1,999
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@ 8-Year/B0,000-Mle (whiciver comes firs) Powertrainm mited Warranty runs from the date the vehide was sold new. A deductible applies. + 3-Month/3,000-Mile (whichever comes first) Maximum (ore Uimited Womnty runs from
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04 Dodge Durango SLT 4x4 ........ 18,999
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00 Jeep Wrangler Sport Hardtop .... 12,999
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98 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Laramie SLT .... $ 10,999
Only, 60K Miles, A/A, Low Miles, A Must See
99 Jeep Grand Cherokee ............. $9,975
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02 Ford F-250 Powerstroke Diesel ...$ 19,999
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01 GMC Sierra Quad Z-71 .........$16,999
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04 Chevrolet Silverado 4 Door ......$16,999
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03 Ford Explorer XLT .............. 13,999
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00 Ford F-250 Diesel ..............$ 13,999
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02 Honda Accord EX V-6 ...........$15,999
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