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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 2005
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From Staff

oday, the United States Navy celebrates its 230th
birthday. The United States Navy was originated
Oct. 13, 1775, during a meeting in Philadelphia,
when the Continental Congress voted to fit out two sailing
vessels, armed with 10 carriage guns, swivel guns, and
crews of 80.
These two vessels were to set sail on a cruise of three
months to intercept transports carrying munitions and
stores to the British army in America. This was the origi-
nal legislation out of which the Continental Navy grew
and as such constitutes the birth certificate of the U.S.
To understand the significance of the decision to send
two armed vessels to sea under the authority of the
Continental Congress, one must understand the strategic
situation in which it was made and consider the political
struggle that lay behind it.
Americans first took up arms in the spring of 1775 not
to sever their relationship with the king. but to defend
their rights within the British Empire. By the fall of 1775,
the British North American colonies from Maine to
Georgia were in open rebellion. Royal governments had
been thrust out of many colonial capitals and revolution-
ary governments put in their places.
The Continental Congress had assumed some of the
responsibilities of a central government for the colonies.
created a Continental Army, issued paper money for the
support of the troops and formed a committee to negotiate
with foreign countries. Continental forces captured Fort
Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain and launched an inva-
sion of Canada.
In October 1775, the British held superiority at sea,
from which they threatened to stop up the colonies' trade
and to wreak destruction on seaside settlements. In
response, a few of the states had commissioned small
fleets of their own for defense of local waters. Congress
had not yet authorized privateering.
A small group of men in Congress had been advocating
a Continental Navy from the outset of armed hostilities.
Foremost among these men was John Adams of
'a....chusetts. For months, he and a few others h, d been


230th Birthday, Navy!

arguing for the establishment of an American fleet. They
argued that a fleet would defend the seacoast towns, pro-
tect vital trade, retaliate against British raiders, and
make it possible to seek out among neutral nations of the
world the arms and stores that would make resistance
Still, the establishment of a navy seemed too bold a
move for some of the timid men in Congress. Some south-
erners agreed that a fleet would protect and secure the
trade of New England, but denied that it would help the
southern colonies. Must of the delegates did not consider
the break with England as final and feared that a navy
implied sovereignty and independence. The most the pro-
navy men could do wvas to get Congress to urge each
colony to fit out armed vessels for the protection of their
coasts and harbors.
On Oct. 3, 1775, Rhode Island's delegates laid before
Congress a bold resolution for the building and equipping
of an American fleet, as soon as possible. When the motion
came to the floor for debate, Samuel Chase of Maryland
attacked it, saying it was "the maddest idea in the world
to think of building an American fleet." Even pro-navy
members found the proposal too vague. It lacked specifics
and no one could tell how much it would cost.
On Oct 5, 1775, Congress received intelligence of two
English brigs, unarmed and without convoy, laden with
munitions, leaving England bound for Quebec. Congress
immediately appointed a committee to consider how to
take advantage of this opportunity. Its members were all
New Englanders and all ardent supporters of a navy. They
recommended first that the governments of

Massachusetts. Rhode Island, and Connecticut be asked to
dispatch armed vessels to lay in wait to intercept the
munitions ships; next they outlined a plan for the equip-
ping by Congress of two armed vessels to cruise east to
intercept any ships bearing supplies to the British army.
Congress let this plan lie on the table until Oct. 13, 1775,
when another event occurred in favor of the naval move-
ment. A letter from Gen. George Washington was read in
Congress in which he reported that he had taken under
his command, at Continental expense, three schooners to
cruise off Massachusetts to int -,-pt enemy supply ships.

Navy Ball tickets on sale now
The annual Navy Ball will be held Oct. 15 at
6:30 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.
Tickets are now on sale through command
representatives and at the NAS Jax command
master chief's office.
Ticket prices are as follows
E7 and above, civilians, retirees and guests
El through E6 and guests
Attire is as follows
E7 and above
Dinner Dress White (Mess Dress optional)
E6 and below
Service Dress White
Black Coat and Tie
For more information, call 542-8205.

The commander in chief had preempted members of
Congress reluctant to take the first step of fitting out war-
ships under Continental authority. Since they already had
armed vessels cruising in their name, it was not such a big
step to approve two more. The committee's proposal, now
appearing eminently reasonable to the reluctant mem-
bers, was adopted.
The Continental Navy grew into an important force.
Within a few days, Congress established a naval commit-
tee charged with equipping a fleet. This committee direct-

HS-5 EMIO Det back home

By Lt. Trevor Prouty

Excitement replaced
routine operations at
HS-5 Oct. 6 when
family, friends and
squadron members gath-
ered at the squadron's
hangar to welcome approxi-
mately thirty maintainers,
aircrew and pilots from the
NAS Jacksonville-based
HS-5's Expanded Maritime
Interdiction Operation
(EMIO) Detachment from a
six-month overseas deploy-
As the Navy transport
plane carrying squadron
personnel slowly taxied
towards the hangar, the
squadron's Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Brett Cal-
kins, led the anxious crowd
to the tarmac. Moments
later, the detachment's per-
sonnel disembarked from
the massive aircraft and
were reunited with their
loved ones.
The "Nightdippers" estab-
lished a dominant military
presence upon their arrival
in theater and passed this
efficient operation on to the
"Warhawks" of HS-10, who
relieved the squadron's
HS-5 EMIO Detachment
effectively fulfilled the
Navy's EMIO mission, act-
ing as a critical maritime
component of the global
war on terrorism by deter-
ring, delaying and disrupt-
ing the movement of terror-
ists and terrorist-related
materials at sea. The
Nightdippers collaborated
on this mission with U.S.
Marine Corps Fleet Anti-

Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
SK1 Michael Beck of HS-5 gives his wife an Eskimo kiss after
returning home from a six-month deployment.

terrorism Security teams
(FAST) and Mobile Security
Squadron Seven, as well as
other various allied nations
and their forces.
The leadership of HS-5
had words of praise for the
returning detachment. HS-
5 Executive Officer Cmdr.
Puck Esposito, officer in
charge of the detached
forces said, "We were sent
to an unfamiliar area to
conduct a mission that no

one had done before and we
did it with success, pride
and professionalism."
The squadron will also
benefit from the return of
the detachment, as the
deployed Nightdippers han-
dled the intense operating
conditions and mission
expertly, gaining valuable
operational experience that
can now be shared with
their squadron mates over
the coming weeks.

Photos by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
SWCS(SCW) Charles Thomas greets his chil-
dren, Josh, Katey, and Ally, at the Construc-
tion Battalion Maintenance Unit 202
Detachment homecoming Saturday at the
NAS Jax Air Terminal.



CBMU-202 back home

after supporting

Hurricane Katrina efforts
By Lt. Russell Bates
CBMU 202 Detachment Jacksonville
U.S. Naval Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202
Detail Jacksonville returned to
NAS Jacksonville Oct. 8 after a five-week
deployment to Construction Battalion
Center Gulfport, Miss. in support of Joint
Task Force Katrina.
During their deployment, the detail was

Lt. Russell Bates greets his son, Ethan after
returning home from helping with the
Hurricane Katrina relief efforts at Stennis
Space Center, Miss.
tasked with disaster recovery and base
support missions at Stennis Space Center,
The Seabees of CBMU 202 safely com-
pleted 1,200 mandays of camp mainte-
nance and disaster recovery operations in
support of Naval Meteorology and
Oceanography Command (NAVMETOC)
located at Stennis Space Center.
Stennis, home to more than 3,000 mili-
See SEABEES, Page 11

TOUCHING Military Appreciation Night Donations still being accepted
B AE The Jacksonville Barracudas are holding Military Appreciation Night Oct. The base chapel is still collecting items for Hurricane Katrina evacuees.
22. Tickets to the game are $5. Two dollars out of every ticket purchased at Food items, water, diapers and gift cards are accepted. Clothing items are
the USO will be donated back to the USO. Arena tickets are also available, no longer needed. Please drop items off at the Chapel Center or call 542-
For more information, call the USO at 778-2821. 3051 for more information.

2 Ja Alf NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 13, 2005

Hey, MoneyMan!
I was trying to check on
my allotments but I could-
n't remember the Web site
for "My Pay," so I typed in
mypay.dfas.org instead of
mypay.dfas.mil. All of a
sudden I was at a site that
was offering me military
loans. My chief has told me
that these military loans,
payday loans and cash
checking loans are bad
deals. So what's up with
this Web site?
MoneyMan Sez:
Here we go again! Seems
the payday loan industry
will do everything they can
to attract military mem-
bers. I also looked at that
site and found a link to My
Pay Military Loans, Pioneer
Military Loans, and others
who have nothing to do
with DFAS at all.
If you just go to a search
engine and look for "my
pay" you will get even more


Life after the Navy

Jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
W hat are you going
to do when you
leave the Navy?
Have you given it much
thought? Most young Sailors
tell me they leave the Navy
to go back to school. There's
nothing wrong with that.
It's no secret the G.I. Bill
affords veterans a great way
to pay for schooling. For
some of you, however, you
may be more interested in
teaching than being a stu-
dent. If you are serious
about teaching and want to
enter a profession that gives
back to others, I'd ask you
consider the Troops to
Teachers program.
Troops to Teachers was
established in 1994 as a
Department of Defense pro-
gram. The National De-
fense Authorization Act for
fiscal year 2000 transferred
the responsibility for pro-
gram oversight and funding
to the Department of
Recently, the No Child
Left Behind Act of 2001 pro-
vided for the continuation of
this program through fiscal
year 2006. The objective of
Troops to Teachers is to help
recruit quality teachers for
schools that serve students
from low-income families
throughout America.
Troops to Teachers helps
relieve teacher shortages,
especially in math, science,
special education and other
critical subject areas, and
,assists military personnel in

Jon Thompson
making successful transi-
tions to second careers.
In most states, Troops to
Teachers does not train or
certify teachers, but rather
helps you to find and enter
the programs that do. Then,
if you are eligible, Troops to
Teachers provides financial
assistance in the form of
stipends or bonuses.
Becoming a teacher with
the assistance of Troops to
Teachers needs to be viewed
as three distinct processes
occurring at the same time.
Some individuals begin
teaching before becoming
fully certified.
TTT Registration To
receive funds, you must reg-
ister with TTT and request
financial assistance, and
then later on fulfill the
required three-year teach-
ing commitment in a high
needs district or campus.
Certification You must
fulfill the certification
requirements of your
desired state, often by par-
ticipating in a teacher certi-

- Troops to Teachers

fiction program.
Finding a job -
Obtaining a position is your
responsibility. The TTT
national and state support
offices assist with certifica-
tion and job-hunting advice
but are unable to perform
employment agency func-
For many of you, teaching
may seem attractive.
Thanks to Troops to
Teachers, Sailors find it
much easier to navigate the
process. Few people would
disagree that teachers are
vital and we need more ded-
icated people in our society
to take up the challenge of
educating our youth. If you
think you're up to that chal-
lenge, and have a desire to
teach, Troops to Teachers
can help.
For more information
about Troops to Teachers,
call 850-452-1241 or toll-
free at 1-800-231-1241.
You can also email
ttt@voled.doded.mil and
check their Web site at
Henry Brooks Adams
wrote, "A teacher affects
eternity; he can never tell
where his influence stops." I
like this quote because it
points to the power of teach-
Think back, what teachers
influenced you? What traits
of these teachers inspired
you to learn? Most of us
have teachers we remember
into adulthood because they
had a significant impact on
our life. Do you have the
kind of passion that will

allow others to learn from
you? Do you want to have
an impact on others?
One way or another, most
of us learn a great deal
about teaching from our
time in the Navy, whether
that is a single tour or a
career. As you become sen-
ior, you are charged with
training your people.
Teaching is a part of our
Navy life, whether we look
at ourselves as formal
teachers or not. The jump
to teaching school might not
be as great as you think.
The Troops to Teachers pro-
gram might be perfect in
helping you realize a teach-
ing dream. For
most of you, the only thing
holding you back could he
the call itself.
Shipmates, teachers are
vital.. None of us would
have achieved much without
teachers who, along our edu-
cation paths, have inspired
us to learn and grow. The
pool of teachers must con-
tinually replenish itself by
attracting some of America's
finest into that profession.
I'd encourage each of you to
consider teaching and to
research the Troops to
Teachers program. Most of
the teachers I have talked
with say their work is
extremely rewarding. The
best teachers are motivated,
self-confident, organized
and have compassion. To
me, those same traits
describe our best Sailors. If
you think you have what it
takes to teach, take the first
step and contact Troops to


Answers to frequently asked questions from spouses

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
I often receive emails from spouses
asking for my advice. It amuses my
husband, Dustin, that I-the
woman who once stood in the post
office and distractedly instructed her
son, "stamps always go on the upper
left side of the envelope, honey," and
then watched none the wiser as he
licked and pressed postage on the
wrong corner of 50 greeting cards-
have become a source of education for
hundreds of other women.
Nevertheless, for the record, I can
not-respond to personal queries via
email, so I've taken some of the most
frequently asked questions and
answered them here. Take my advice
for what it's worth...about as much as
a soggy, used postage stamp.
Q: I just moved to 'a new duty sta-
tion and no one from the spouse club
has contacted me. I'm beginning to feel
left out. Should I take it personally?
A: Most likely your existence is
caught up in military-spouse bureau-
cracy. There is a system for getting
your contact information to the correct
person, and it goes something like this
- your spouse checks into their com-
mand. The command asks, "Are you
married?" The command alerts the
spouse club. The spouse club tags the
hospitality chair. The hospitality chair
places a friendly telephone call to wel-
come you to the group.
Theoretically this system is fool

proof. Then again, theoretically men
should always come home on time and
not say things like, "My socks with the
holes in them are my favorite."
So, on second thought, your predica-
ment is probably due to the fact that
your spouse forgot your new address
and phone number when he was
checking in. Or, when the commanding
officer asked, "Are you married?" your
spouse said, "No," If the latter is true,
you have my blessing to throw out his
socks with the holes.
, Q: What should I wear to my first
spouse club meeting?
A: Forget what you've heard about
gloves and not wearing white after
Labor Day, There's just one rule of
thumb when choosing what to wear for
a spouse-club event: don't be the only
spouse in costume. So long as you
know that a "Southern Living party"
isn't a chance to drag out your Scarlett
O'Hara hoopskirt, be yourself and
wear whatever you like.
Q: Should I call the commanding
officer's wife "Mrs."?.
A: Yes and no. Common niceties such
as "please" "thank you" and "ma'am"
aside, military spouses don't have a
rank and don't require formal titles.
The commanding officer's wife isn't
your boss. If she acts like she is, you
have the option to talk behind her
back or find another support group. I
suggest the latter.
Q: Once a month I leave my hus-
band with the kids to go to the local
spouse club meeting. Only, these

"meetings" seem more like parties, and
I sort of look forward to them.
Shouldn't I feel guilty for sticking my
husband with kid duty while I'm hav-
ing so much fun?
A: No. If ever you are tempted to feel
guilty, repeat the following "I bathed
and diapered the children for six
months while he was at sea. I can't
keep a career because we move every
three years. I pull apart my husband's
nasty, used handkerchiefs each time I
put them in the washing machine. My
husband is lucky I'm coming home at
Q: I think there are a few women in
my spouse club who-don't like me.
Shouldn't we all love and support each
A: Take note of others in the animal
kingdom at your local zoo. Some
species of females can't even be kept in
the same enclosure or else they will
maul each other.
Female lemurs, in particular, are
known for being extremely hostile
toward unfamiliar "girlfriends."
Whoever decided human females could
break the phenomenon of female-
female aggression in the animal world
must have'been a man.
Q: After all of this, do you still think
people should join the spouse club? Is
it really worth it?
A: Absolutely! Trust me, I wouldn't
lead you astray on this. Just don't ask
me to stamp your envelopes.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.



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

sites which offer high inter-
est loans and more not so
great deals! You would
think they are trying to sell
you something? You
betcha! Keep in mind that
these companies are out to
make money by offering
loans that charge high
interest rates and fees.
Many of them charge in
excess of 400 percent APR.
Need money? Go to the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society. Want money? Go to
your credit union or bank.
If you do not qualify for a
loan from your bank or
credit union, maybe you
should take a closer look at
your spending habits. Need
help with that? Go to the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society. They can help and
their services are free!

More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0O53.


Job title/command:
Weapons Department

Hometown: Dallas, Texas

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: Training Support
Center, Great Lakes, III., TM "A" School

Career Plans: To attend law school and
become a naval officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Going sky-

Words of Wisdom: Don't let life pass you

I '-l -Job title/command:
Program Manager, Navy
Medicine Support Command

Hometown: Champaign-
| Urbana, III.

! Family Life: Single, with two small dogs.

Past Duty Stations: Naval Air Warfare
Center Indianapolis 1982-1996

Career Plans: To work at my current com-
mand for seven more years and retire with 30
years of civil service.

Most Interesting Experience: Staying
with my grandparents on a lake in Illinois every
summer school vacation.

Words of Wisdom: Give every chance you
get and smile all the time.

MWR sponsors needed
The NAS Jax Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR)
Department is currently seeking sponsorship fbr fis-
cal year 2006 special events and programs. Your
efforts will support NAS Jax active duty service members
and their families. Your company will market to over
25,000 base personnel.
For more information on how your organization can
become a sponsor, please contact Shannon Leonard, MWR
marketing director, at 542-3577 or e-mail
Shannon. d.Leonard@navy.mil.

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ................. Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
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Assistant Editor- J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
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Jax Amr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 13, 2005

Motorcycle Safety Rodeo set for Monday A

By the NAS Jacksonville Safety
Department and BMT Designers &
NAS Jacksonville is hosting the first
Motorcycle Safety Rodeo Oct. 17
from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the NAS
Commissary parking lot.
If you are considering motorcycling, the
rodeo is an opportunity to examine all
aspects of motorcycling: the rules, training,
skills, bikes, equipment, risks, and enjoy-
If you already ride, this event is an oppor-
tunity to get with other riders, see new
equipment, observe skilled riding, learn
some technical aspects, test your skills, and
have some fun.
If you drive a car, the rodeo is an opportu-
nity to learn about the motorcycles you
share the road with and how to protect you
and them.
Motorcycle riders who have access to fed-
eral installations from all over the
Northeast Florida and Georgia area are
A pre-ride check area with motorcycle
safety coaches will be available to advise
riders in checking bikes for proper tire pres-
sure and condition, suspension settings, oil
and fluid levels and mechanical issues.
Purcells Motorcycle and Marine, Suzuki
Sea Doo of Orange Park, and Stock, Mild to
Wild, Inc., will have their products and
motorcycles available for viewing. Sayre
Enterprises specializes in safety equipment
and will have products on display.
A&M Motorcycle Safety Course, Patriot

Motorcycle Training, and Rider's Edge will
have information on motorcycle skills
courses for all levels of riders and the
motorcycles they use.
The Jacksonville Sheriffs Office will con-
duct demonstrations of skilled motorcycle
riding and Stock, Mild-to-Wild, Inc., will
demonstrate the capabilities of three-
wheeled motorcycles known as trikess."
Individual riders will be able to test their
motorcycle riding skills on their own motor-
cycle and will be eligible for a prize drawing
for successfully riding in our "Rider
The Florida Highway Patrol will display
their "No Zone" tractor trailer, which allows
you to experience what a truck driver sees
when he looks in his mirrors for other traf-
fic, and an unmarked police car will be
available for examination.
Ray Zorenda from the Florida State Rider
Training Program will provide information
on Florida state motorcycle regulations and
Hector Eide from the Motorcycle Safety
Foundation of America (MSF) will speak on
the role of MSF nationwide, their continu-
ing efforts to improve motorcycle safety and
the new courses they are developing, and
Dale Wisnieski from the Naval Safety
Center's Motorcycle Safety Programs will
talk about the Navy's motorcycle safety
Jini Atchison of The Helmet House will
discuss helmet design and safety.
There will also be presentations about
motorcycle safety and what happens when a

motorcycle accident occurs from a person
who has experienced one. Motorcycle riding
videos and safety videos will be shown
between presentations. NAS Jacksonville
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Depart-ment will be selling burgers and hot
dogs for lunch.
Stock, Mild to Wild, Inc., Suzuki Sea Doo
of Orange Park, Purcells Honda and
Marine, Sayre Enterprises, A&M
Motorcycle Safety Course, Patriot
Motorcycle Training, Riders Edge/ADAMEC
Harley-Davidson, Florida Rider Training
Program, Motorcycle Safety Foundation of
America, and the Naval Safety Center have
contributed prizes, that will be given away
during a door prize drawing and as the
prizes for the "Rider Challenge."
Prizes include but are not limited to the
following: $300 gift certificate for advanced
Dyno diagnostic tuning, $35 gift certificates
for regular Dyno .diagnostic tuning, various
gift certificates for merchandise and prod-
ucts, reflective safety vests, T-shirts, free
and reduced rate motorcycle safety training
courses, videos and many more motorcycle
and safety related products.
Neither MWR nor the Navy or any
other part of the federal government offi-
cially endorses any company, sponsor, or
their products or services.
Schedule of events
9 a.m. Event begins
10 a.m. JSO demonstration / Naval Safety
Center talk
10:30 a.m. Motorcycle accident victim

9 a.m.- 3p.m.
NAS Jacksonville Commissary
Parking Lot
Snfrey Exhibits
t aMoorcycle DemonrstLion Teams
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Food and beverages on sale
For mnoe detaek ca 542-5710
11 a.m. Helmet fit talk and Stock, Mild to
Wild, Inc. demonstration
11:30 a.m. JSO motorcycle safety brief
with questions and answers
12:30 p.m. Helmet fit talk
1 p.m. Motorcycle accident victim experi-
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2 p.m. JSO demonstration
2:30 p.m. Award presentation
3 p.m. Event ends
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Community Support Centers serve Navy families

By ET2(SW) Bill Larned
Special Contributor
After Hurricanes Katrina and
Rita struck the Gulf Coast,
Task Force Navy Family
(TFNF) Community Support Centers
rose to the occasion, providing re-
sources for Sailors and their families
affected by Mother Nature's wrath.
The Community Support Centers
(CSCs) were established with the
debut of TFNF Sept. 22. CSC Norfolk,
Va., maintains lists of all affected
Navy families and their needs. The
requirements of each family on these
lists range from financial and housing
assistance to education enrollment
and family counseling.
The severity of each need is ana-
lyzed and spreadsheets are sent to
one of eight CSCs located in Florida,
Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas or

Virginia. In the call centers for the
displaced families, case managers
answer phones and contact different
agencies that resolve the individual
needs of each family. "The duty of a
CSC is to ensure that all initial crises
are addressed and resolved," said Gus
Terlaje, Community Support Program
director for Commander, Navy Region
When an affected Navy family calls
a CSC, they receive personal, one-on-
one consultation from a case manager
to help them find resources and serv-
ices as needed. In addition, the case
manager explains forms, cuts through
red tape and follows up with Sailors
and their families to ensure requests
have been met.
The CSCs fill a much-needed gap.
Recovering from a disaster is not just
a matter of recovering finances and

material things, but restoring peace
of mind. When a case manager
answers the phone, the distressed
caller is put at ease, realizing that
someone at the other end of the line
really does care. With reassuring
words, Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Mike Mullen said recently that
CSCs "will continue working until
every Navy family is back on their
Sailors and their families that have
relocated to the Jacksonville area
should call 542-2766. In the Mayport
area, Sailors requiring assistance
should call a case manager at 270-
. A Web site that details exactly what
CSC's provide may be found at

Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Community Support
Program Director Gus Terlaje fills out a report between con-
stant phone calls in his office. "Between Mayport and
Jacksonville, 380 hurricane victims now enjoy safe havens,"
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Fire Prevention Week

is commemorated

Firefighters recognized

Snm the NAS ax
Fite Prevention Department

.^ commemorating a conf
SFire Prevention Week w
-4' lished to commemorate
Wcicago Fire, the tragic 1871 coi
41,t killed more than 250 pe
100,000 homeless, destroyed i
17,400 structures and burned
2,000 acres. The fire began Oct.
tinued and did most of its dame
According to popular legend
broke out after a cow belongir
Catherine O'Leary kicked ovE
setting first the barn, then the
on fire.
Chances are you've heard sor
of this story yourself; people ]
blaming the Great Chicago Fire
and Mrs. O'Leary, for more than
But recent research by Chicago
Robert Cromie has helped to de
version of events.
The "Moo" myth
Like any good story, the 'case,
has some truth to it. The great f
certainly started near the barn z
O'Leary kept her five milking
there is no proof that O'Leary N
barn when the fire broke out -
jumpy cow sparked the blaze. 0'
self swore that she'd been in bed
night, and that the cows were a
in for the evening.
But if a cow wasn't to blame fo
fire, what was? Over the years,j
and historians have offered plen
ries. Some blamed the blaze on
neighborhood boys who were nea
sneaking cigarettes.
Others believed that a neigh
O'Leary's may have started the
people have speculated that a f
orite may have fallen to earth Oc
ing several fires that day in Mic
Wisconsin, as well as in Chicago.
The biggest blaze the
While the Great Chicago Fire wa
known blaze to start during this
day stretch, it wasn't the biggest

From the NASJax
Fire Prevention Department

R member that a candle is an
open flame. It can easily ignite
any combustible nearby.
Facts and figures
During 2002, an estimated 18,000
home fires started by candles were
reported to public fire departments.
These fires resulted in an estimated
130 civilian deaths, 1,350 civilian
injuries and an estimated direct prop-
erty loss of $333 million. Homes
include one- and two-family dwel-
lings, apartments and manufactured
The estimated number of home can-
dle fires was unchanged from 2001 to
2002. For the first time since 1991,
the number of home candle fires has
stabilized rather than increasing.
Candle fires accounted for an esti-
mated 5 percent of all reported home

Two-fifths (40 percent)
candle fires started in th
resulting in 30 percent of
ated civilian deaths.
Reported home candle
more than tripled since
5,500 in 1990.
December had almost
number of home candle
average month.
Half (50 percent) of h(
fires occurred when sor
combustible material was
too close to the candle;
occurred after candles we]
tended, abandoned or in
controlled; 5 percent wer
people (usually children) p
the candle.
Falling asleep was a f
percent of home candle f
percent of the home c
Christmas Day was the
the year for home candy
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tinction goes to the Peshtigo Fire, the most
devastating forest fire in American history.
The fire, which also occurred Oct. 8, 1871,
lagration and roared through Northeast Wisconsin,
vas estab- burning down 16 towns, killing 1,152 peo-
the Great ple, and scorching 1.2 million acres before
nflagration it ended.
people, left Historical accounts of the fire say that
more than the blaze began when several railroad
more than workers clearing land for tracks uninten-
8, but con- tionally started a brush fire. Before long,
age Oct. 9, the fast-moving flames were whipping
through the area 'like a tornado,' some sur-
d, the fire vivors said. It was the small town of
ng to Mrs. Peshtigo, Wisconsin that suffered the worst
er a lamp damage. Within an hour, the entire town
whole city had been destroyed.
ne version Eight decades of fire prevention
have been Those who survived the Chicago and
on the cow Peshtigo fires never forgot what they'd
130 years. been through; both blazes produced count-
historian less tales of bravery and heroism.
bunk this But the fires also changed the way that
firefighters and public officials thought
about fire safety.
On the 40th anniversary of the Great
of the cow' Chicago Fire, the Fire Marshals
fire almost Association of North America (today
here Mrs. known as the International Fire Marshals
cows. But Association), decided that the anniversary
was in the of the Great Chicago Fire should hence-
or that a forth be observed not with festivities, but
Leary hera in a way that would keep the public
early that informed about the importance of fire pre-
so ucked vention. The commemoration grew incre-
)r the huge mentally official over the years.
journalists In 1920, President Woodrow Wilson
ty of theo- issued the first National Fire Prevention
a couple of Day proclamation, and since 1922, Fire
tr the barn Prevention Week has been observed on the
Sunday through Saturday period in which
bor of the Oct. 9' falls.
fire. Some According to the National Archives and
iery mete- Records Administration's Library
ct. 8, start- Information Center, Fire Prevention Week
chigan and is the longest running public health and
safety observance on record.
at week The President of the United States has
is the best- signed a proclamation proclaiming a
3 fiery two- national observance during that week
t. That dis- every year since 1925.

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The Department of
Homeland Security's
Federal Emergency
Management Agency
(FEMA) instructs victims of
Hurricanes Katrina and
Rita to be cautious when
applying for individual and
housing assistance as
fraudulent contractors and
scam artists are not uncom-
mon in the wake of disas-
ters. FEMA also reminds


of the home Christmas Eve tied for second.
ie bedroom, Source: National estimates based on
F the associ- NFIRS and NFPA survey.
fires have Safety tips
the low of Extinguish all candles when leaving
the room or going to sleep.
t twice the Keep candles away from items that
fires of an can catch fire, like clothing, books and
ome candle Use candle holders that are steady,
me form of won't tip over easily, are made from a
left or came material that cannot burnr, and are
18 percent large enough to collect dripping wax.
re left unat- Keep candles and all open flames
adequately away from flammable liquids.
e started by Keep candle wicks trimmed to one-
playing with quarter inch and extinguish taper
actor in 12 and pillar candles when they get
ires and 25 within two inches of the holder.
*andle fire Votives and containers should be
extinguished before the last half-inch
peak day of of wax starts to melt.
Ile fires in During power outages, avoid carry-
s Day and ing a lit candle. Use flashlights.

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false disaster losses to
receive federal assistance is
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fine up to $250,000 and a
maximum of 10 years in
"In order for FEMA to
help the hundreds of thou-
sands of victims of these
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A S-3B Viking, assigned
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deck of the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS
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Photos by PH3 Michael Cole
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By Miriam S. Gallet

The Navy Wives Club of America
(NWCA) Jax #86 will host the
2005 annual Navy Wives Club
of America Convention at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club Oct. 22-28.
NWCA President Denise Johnson of
San Diego, Calif., will preside over the
seven-day event. This year's theme is
"Salute to Our Heroes."
According to Pearl Aran, NWCA Jax

No. 86 membership chairman, 120
delegates from all over the world are
expected to attend this year's conven-
tion. "We welcome the opportunity to
host such an important event and
host so many wonderful delegates,"
Aran said. "Our local chapter is excit-
ed. It will give us a great opportunity
to showcase our naval air station and
the history of the region."
Amy Johnson, NWCA Jax No. 86

See NWCA, Page 11

On Oct. 1, Naval Air
(NAVAIR) Depot,
Jacksonville, lost a
family member to cancer
when John (J.C.) Hackett
passed away under the com-
passionate care of Hospice.
Hackett was a pioneer
and ultimate professional in
the training and develop-
ment of employees. He con-
tinuously put the needs and
interests of others first. He
had a sincere love for moti-
vating and developing char-
acter as well as talent.
He developed his training
of personnel vision during
his 20-year naval career
where he retired as chief
petty officer.
"Due to J.C.'s vision and
unique ability to facilitate
and identify management
systems and programs years
ago, NAVAIR is reaping the
benefits of his service in
developing knowledge, skills
and ability of our work-
force," said NAVAIR Depot
Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. John Scanlan. "NAV-
AIR continues to make
tremendous strides in sup-
porting the warfighter. Our
accomplishments and abili-
ties are a direct result of Mr.
Some of his lifetime
achievements included:
working in student career
experience programs, devel-
oping basic supervisor train-

John (J.C.) Hackett
ing, creating electronic indi-
vidual qualification records,
developing a training man-
agement office and winning
the University of North
Florida 2002 Excellence in
Employee Development
Additionally, due to his
outstanding contributions to
training and employee
development and overall
excellence in service,
Hackett was awarded the
civilian meritorious award
upon his retirement.
Hackett was a passionate
believer in Stephen Covey's
leadership and life skills
philosophy and was instru-
mental in providing many
managers, supervisors and
employees with invaluable
Covey training. Hackett was
also identified by Clemson
University in their quality
initiatives as a board mem-
ber involved in developing

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Too short to yo- yo. ByChristine Mahoney
SBureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs

By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe
NAS Jax Chapel
I remember the time
that I bought my
youngest son his first
yo-yo. What a day it was!
At that time Danny was 4
years old and his reaction
to the gift was pure joy. It
was one of those deluxe,
professional-grade models
that in the right hands
could perform the most
unbelievable tricks imagi-
nable. As I gave him the
gift I took great delight in
just watching his excite-
ment over this new toy.
But the joy only lasted
about 10 seconds. You see
my son Danny had made a
disappointing discovery.
His discovery: he was too
short to yo-yo. His legs
were too short and the
string was too long. His
mood changed instantly.
His frustration level was
discernibly high. Danny
realized, in his own special
way, that life was a little
more complicated than he
I submit to you that
being too short to yo-yo is a
metaphor for the trying
times in life. It is a
metaphor for those hard
places that we find our-
selves in every once in a
while. When was the first
time that life became com-
plicated for you?
When was the last time
you noticed that your legs
were too short, that your
yo-yo string was too long
and that your arms were
too weak? When have you
had that sinking feeling
that comes when your
dreams and /or desires
were not going according
to your expectations?
Indeed, in those

Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
moments of testing you
become keenly aware that
you are truly not in con-
trol. You may even discov-
er that your faith starts to
falter. What happens
when your faith starts to
Those are the hard
places in life when your
emotions and life's events
get the better of you and
you may even start to seri-
ously doubt in yourself and
even in the very God that
has given you eternal
assurance of His faithful-
ness. In those moments
you will struggle with
questions of importance
such as "why do bad things
always happen to the good
Have you been there? I
have and those are scary
moments in life. Are you
there now? How do you
cope with unfulfilled
dreams? What do you do
when your faith falters?
It is important to
remember in the midst of
such uncontrollable events
that there is still one com-
ponent of life that you still
have control over. You do
have control over how you
decide to respond to the
difficulties and challenges
of life. You can choose to
exercise control over your

So, what do you do when
your faith falters (or when
you're too short to yo-yo) ?
Look around: Your difficul-
ties are put in perspective
when you look around and
see the plight of those that
have to contend with much
graver circumstances.
Your problems suddenly
pale by comparison. While
this doesn't diminish the
importance of your prob-
lem it will hopefully help
you understand that your
situation is solvable and
manageable by compari-
Look around and see the
lives of people who have
successfully surmounted
their obstacles. I'm not a
betting man, but nine out
of 10 you'll discover are
persons of faith in them-
selves and God (most
Look inside: I mean, real-
ly look inside you. Who are
you? Do you know your-
self? What do you ulti-
mately believe in, deep
inside? Sometimes we hesi-
tate looking inside because
we dare not admit that we
may be the cause of our
own problems. Look
"inside" and have the
courage to make the neces-
sary changes towards a bet-
ter person.
Look up: As you look up
you may discover, to your
delight, that the Almighty
is there. As you acknowl-
edge your need for God, His
divine, invisible hand will
lift up your spirit.
This moment of personal
encounter brings clarity
and new direction. In this
moment of personal
encounter, you will find God
where He does his work: in
your heart!

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Surgery (BUMED) marked the offi-
cial establishment of the new
Hospital Corpsman rating with a ceremo-
ny at Navy Medicine Headquarters Oct. 3.
The updated rating represents the join-
ing of the hospital corpsman (HM) and
dental technician (DT) job specialties.
"The HM/DT merger is about combining
forces to better meet the demands and
needs of our changing Navy. With this
merger, it will allow Navy Medicine to
better support our operational forces by
ensuring all enlisted personnel have the
same baseline of training; by improving
flexibility in the utilization of all enlisted
manpower, and by improving career
opportunities for all our Sailors," said
BUMED Force Master Chief (SW/AW)
J.L.K. DiRosa, director, Medical
Department Enlisted Personnel.
The Chief of Naval Operations approved
Navy Medicine's proposal to merge the
hospital corpsman and dental technician
ratings Aug. 30. The focus of this merger
will bring together the 27,000 HMs and
the 3,000 DTs into one professional com-
munity Hospital Corpsman.
This merger will broaden their training
requirements, increase .their basic skills,
provide advanced training in medical and
dental specialty areas, and optimally
employ them for mission success.
Current HM- and DT-rated Sailors that
are eligible for the E9 active-duty selec-
tion board will face a combined HM/DT
board. The 2006 E8 and E9 active-duty

de top health care

and Reserve selection boards will also be
combined boards. The combined E7 exams
and selection boards have also been
approved for 2006. The first combined
active-duty petty officer advancement
exam will happen in March 2006, and the
combined Reserve petty officer exams will
happen in August 2006.
Training for Sailors newly recruited
into the hospital corpsman field will com-
bine both HM and DT job rating skills.
"There will be changes starting with the
HM and DT 'A' schools. The revised HM 'A'
school training plan incorporates founda-
tional dental knowledge, skills and abili-
These classes will be added while keep-
ing the HM 'A' school length to 14 weeks,"
said DiRosa. "Upon completion, of HM 'A'
school, designated personnel will attend a
follow-on dental assistant school to train
in specialized dental assisting skills.
Hospital corpsman training and education
will continue at our Great Lakes, Ill.,
medical training facilities until otherwise
Plans are in place to implement changes
in the HM and DT "A" school curriculums,
consolidate advanced "C" schools, and
cross-train current HMs and DTs to pre-
pare for the new merged advancement
The DT/HM rating unification is expect-
ed to take place over the next two years.
Once complete, all Navy Medicine DTs
and HMs will be known as the HM com-

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ATAN Jose Vasquez
repairs a power supply
at Aviation Intermediate
Maintenance Department
Jacksonville Oct. 3.

Photos by PH3 Clarck Desire
AT2 Toney McKinney repairs a multi-layer board at Aviation Intermediate Maintenance
Department (AIMD) Jacksonville Oct. 3. AIMD Jacksonville technicians provide quality
workmanship, extend mean-time between failure for components inducted for repair and .
aggressively pursue cost avoidance in every endeavor.

Filing Hurricane Katrina damage claims as

By Larry Kachelhofer
Gosport Staff Writer
A according to Cmdr.
Mike Jaeger, execu-
tive officer, Naval
Legal Services Office
Central (NLSOC) Pensaco-
la, filing a claim for dam-
ages caused by Hurricane
Katrina is as easy as one,
two, three.
"The process (for filing
claims) is used every day,"
Jaeger said. "You don't have
to get out the battle axe to
break through it. We want
to simplify it for the client."
Lt. Cmdr. Betsy Miller,
Claims Department head
for.NLSOC said the forms
to file for Hurricane
Katrina damage are the
same forms used to file for
household goods damage
claims. And because
Katrina victims are dis-
placed at various locations
across the United States,
claimants can file their
claim from any NLSO office
and the paperwork will be
forwarded to NLSOC
aboard NAS Pensacola.
Sitting at a conference
room table in one of
NLSOC Pensacola's offices,
EM1 Roger Daniel, PCU
Forrest Sherman (DDG-98),
and several of his ship-
mates were filling out their
claims forms. Sherman is
being built at the shipyard
in Pascagoula, Miss. and is
scheduled to be commis-
sioned at NAS Pensacola
Dec. 10. Hurricane Katrina
scattered the ship's crew
from Pensacola to Norfolk,
and 191 of its members
were evacuated to NAS
Pensacola after Katrina's
floodwater began to fill
their barracks.
"All of my uniforms were
in my SUV ready to evacu-
ate and it flooded, so I lost
it all," Daniel said. "I only
had four payments left.
Now I have to start over."
The legal stuff
NLSOC personnel are
working as hard as possible
to make a difficult situation
less difficult. But rules are
rules, and NLSOC must
apply them to the situation
resulting from Hurricane
Katrina's handiwork.
Military personnel on
active duty and civil service
employees who suffer a loss
or damage to their personal
property on a military
installation, or while on
assignment for the federal
government, are eligible to
file a claim. Contract per-
sonnel are not eligible to
file. Military and civil serv-
ice employees cannot file a
claim for damage that
occurred off base. Any off-
base damage must be filed
with the individual's insur-
ance company.
If a claimant lives on
base and has insurance
(including renter's insur-
ance) they must first file
with their insurance com-
pany. If there is a
deductible, the individual
may file a claim for the
amount of any deductible
Claims also may be filed
for food spoilage caused by
the hurricane for personnel
ordered to evacuate their
government quarters.

Individuals may request
an emergency advance pay-
ment. But the person filing
for an advance must later
submit an itemized list to
prove their need for the
advanced amount as well
as the dollar amount for
damages exceeding the
A claim can be filed at
NLSO Central Headquar-
ters or any NLSO Central
branch office onboard Na-
val Construction Battalion
Center (NCBC) Gulfport,
Miss.; Memphis/ Milling-
ton, Tenn.; Corpus Christi,
Texas; and Fort Worth,
Personnel of other service
branches must file their
claim with their respective
branch of service. However,
Navy offices will accept
non-Navy claims and coor-
dinate with the appropriate
service to either process the
claim or forward the claim
to the correct office for pro-
For those filing for an
advance payment, the pro-
cess usually takes about

three or four business days.
But claimants need to
remember that NLSOC is
required to forward the
claim to Defense Finance
and Accounting Service
(DFAS), Charleston, S.C.,
for payment, which will be
processed and directly
deposited into the individ-
ual's pay account.
According to Miller; DSN
telephone lines into Gulf-
port are currently operat-
ing and runners travel back
and forth between Pensaco-
la and Gulfport, to pick up
claims for processing at the
NLSO Central Headquar-
ters, located in Pensacola.

NLSOC personnel are not
authorized to issue checks
or cash.
Evacuation expenses and
the cost of temporary lodg-
ing must be claimed
through the individual's
permanent duty station.
To reassure claimants of
NLSOC's capabilities, and
experience in disaster
claims and referring to his
claims department head,
Jaeger added, "First there
was Ivan, and then
Katrina, and there's always
been Lt. Cmdr. Miller."
Miller added that personnel
claims examiners for the
department have several
years' experience working
in the claims field and that
the examiners processed
the claims aboard NAS
Pensacola that resulted
from Hurricane Ivan.
Miller said, "They've been
doing it for years, and
they're moving them
through efficiently." Miller
also said the DFAS office in
Charleston has assured
NLSOC that hurricane
damage claims will go to
the "head of the line."
"We're trying to get claims
turned around here in
three days and Charleston
is also trying to turn them
around in three days (for
Katrina victims).
NLSOC personnel know
there will be large numbers
of individuals and families
filing claims. "If we get
overloaded with Katrina
claims, we will package
anything other than
Katrina claims and send
them to another facility, so
everyone can get processed
quicker," Miller said. "If we
have all the info they need,
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Members of the Navy Band Southeast Marching Band proudly perform in the annual Veterans Day Parade in Jacksonville.

".Providing musical

support to the

Southeast region

By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
As the Navy celebrates its
230th birthday this week,
some will take the time to
reflect upon the heritage that has
shaped the service many Sailors
know and love. While some of the
Navy's traditions are still well
known and practiced today, many
others have fallen through the
cracks and have been forgotten.
Navy Band Southeast has been
hard at work both preserving and
adding to a musical heritage
already flush in honor and tradi-
tion. A history, which began with
shantyman's songs that helped
soften the rigors of shipboard life
over- 230 years ago, has evolved
into a professional musical sup-
port service that performs hun-
dreds of times per year.
Navy Band Southeast was
established in October 1995 to
provide musical support for offi-
cial Navy functions, recruiting
efforts and to serve the communi-
ties of the southeast region in a
public relations capacity.
Representing Commander,
Navy Region Southeast and the
Navy, Navy Band Southeast per-
forms music throughout the state
of Florida and the Southeastern
United States and has built an
excellent reputation for quality
musical performances. The band
is comprised of 45 professional
musicians, all of which are gradu-
ates of the Armed Forces School
of Music.
"Our primary job is to support
traditional Navy functions such
as retirements and change of
commands, but we also perform a
lot out in the local community,"
said MUCS James Ernest, assis-
tant director for Navy Band
Southeast. "Our public appear-
ances range from official military
ceremonies and parades to public
concerts, and at schools in sup-
-port of Navy recruiting efforts."
Navy Band Southeast is able to
-offer a wide array of musical
styles by offering smaller ensem-
i,,bles. within it. The 21 musicians
of the Navy Band Southeast's
SCeremonial Band perform stir-
ring patriotic music at official cer-
emonies and special events that
Promote positive relations
between the Navy and local com-
munities such as the annual
Jacksonville Sea and Sky
; The Wind Ensemble is a 40-
piece group that performs a vari-
ety of traditional marches, patri-
otic music, classical favorites and
Broadway tunes, as well as tradi-
-t;onal concert band music. This
group performs in a variety of
indoor and outdoors venues at
concert series throughout the
Southeast Region.
-. Navy Band Southeast's Jazz
-Ensemble performs the many dif-
ferent styles of jazz that have
been popular through the years.
-They have entertained thousands
)of audiences throughout the
Southeastern United States,
-Puerto Rico, and Guantanamo

Official Navy Photo
Navy Band Southeast Director Lt. Cmdr. Rick Bailey gives his musicians some last-minute instructions before a
public performance earlier this year.

Tuba Player MU2 Joaquin Hernan-
dez practices with members of the
Navy Band Southeast Brass Quin-

Navy Band Southeast Trumpet
Player MU3 Brian Parmann prac-
tices for his next engagement. ,

MU2 Nick Ezzo, a bass player for
the Navy Band Southeast rock
band Liberty, jams with his band-
Bay, Cuba, with the classic
sounds of Glenn Miller to jazz
and Latin beats.
The music of the Brass Quintet
encompasses styles from tradi-
tional brass quintet literature to
the popular music of today. They
perform music suitable for music
education clinics, receptions, mili-
tary ceremonies, public concerts,
and schools including a unique

The Navy Band Southeast's Top-40/rock band, Liberty, rehearses for their next performance. The band's mem-
bers include: (from left) Band Leader MU2 Scott Verville, MU2 Harvey Mabel, MU3 Nick Jones and MU2 Tony

educational program specifically
designed for elementary children.
"We enjoy getting out and inter-
acting with people in the commu-
nity," said MU2 Kathryn
Cummings, leader of the Brass
The Woodwind Quintet per-
forms classical and contemporary
music from Bach to Mozart,
Bernstein to Andrew Lloyd
Webber. This group performs for
banquets, dining events, public
concerts, and school programs.
The Protocol Jazz Ensemble is
usually a quartet consisting of
piano or guitar, bass, drums, and
one horn player that can normal-
ly be found playing at receptions
and other occasions where light
jazz is fitting.
Navy Band Southeast bands
Pride and Liberty entertain audi-
ences in support of local military
social functions and perform at
local concerts throughout
Northeast Florida. Pride plays a
variety of Top-40rock and roll
while the six members of Liberty
play soul and R&B hits from the
60's to today.
"We all love what we do here,"
said Liberty Bandleader MU2

Scott Verville. "We get a kick out
of playing in front of large
Navy Band Southeast receives
over 2,000 requests per year from
both military and civilian organi-
zations seeking musical support,
but is only able to fulfill 300 to 400.
"The 45 members of Navy Band
Southeast are kept very busy
throughout the year," Ernest stat-
ed. "Between rehearsing with
three or four different bands and
performing three or four engage-
ments every week they barely

have time to breathe."
"We endeavor to fill every
request, especially those made by
naval commands," said Navy
Band Southeast Director Lt.
Cmdr. Rick Bailey. "We wish that
we could fill every request that
we receive, but we have a limited
amount of resources to perform
our mission with."
Since its establishment in 1995,
Navy Band Southeast has per-
formed more than 4,000 engage-

See BAND, Page 9


Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 13, 2005


Navy Band Southeast delights participants with military marches
at a patriotic celebration in Jacksonville Beach.

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Navy Band Southeast vocalist ML3 April Boucher
sings the National Anthem during a public performance.

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MU2 Cathryn Cummings, Na\v Band
Southeast Brass Quintel leader and French
horn player lunes her instrument during a


Photos by
JO1I Mlike England

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The Navy Band Southeast Marching Band performs prior to a
Jacksonville Jaguars game last year.

BAND: Take pride in their work

From Page 8

ments to audiences totaling close to four million. In spite
of their accomplishments, they continue to work hard
preparing for a never-ending string of engagements.
"It can get monotonous at times, but the band really
understands the mission," Bailey said. "They take a lot of
pride in what they do and simply refuse to do anything
less than their best."
To request musical support from Navy Band Southeast,
email your request to navyband@cnrse.navy.mil or mail it
to Navy Band Southeast, P.O. Box 62, NAS Jacksonville,
FL 32212-0062. All requests must include the date, time
and location of the event, command and point of contact
including telephone number and an email address.
For more information, call Navy Band Southeast at 542-

Navy Band Southeast plays the National Anthem shortly before the 2004 Navy Run.




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10 JaxAlr NeWs, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 13, 2005

NAVSUP announces

2005 holiday season

mailing dates

he Naval Supply Systems Com-mand's (NAVSUP)
Postal Policy Division, in cooperation with the U.S.
Postal Service and military postal officials from all
of the services, notes it is not too early to mail your 2005
Christmas cards, letters and packages to and from mili-
tary addresses overseas.
In fact, everyone is encouraged to beat the last- minute
rush and bring
holiday mail and
packages to the
nearest U.S. Post
Office, Army/Air
Force Post Office
(APO), or
Corps Fleet Post
Office (FPO) by
the recommended dates listed below:
For military mail addressed to APO and FPO address-
es, the last available mailing dates to ensure delivery
Parcel Post Nov. 12
Space Available Nov. 26
Parcel Airlift Dec. 3
Priority Mail, First Class cards and letters -
Mailing date is Dec. 10, to all locations, except for loca-
tions starting with ZIP 093. For all locations starting
with ZIP 093 the mailing date is Dec. 5.
Express Mail Dec. 19 to locations where Express Mail
service is available. Check with your local post office to
determine which APO/FPO addresses can receive
Express Mail. Note: This service is not available to ships.
For military mail from APO and FPO addresses, the
mailing dates are:
Space Available Nov. 18
Parcel Airlift Dec. 2
Priority Mail, First Class cards and letters Dec. 9
Express Mail Dec. 21 from APO/FPO addresses where
Express Mail can be accepted. Check with your local
military post office to determine if they can accept
Express Mail. Note: This service is not available from ships.

Kudo Korner
he following Fleet Area Control and Surveil-
lance Facility Jacksonville personnel received
awards during a ceremony Oct. 6:
Joint Services Commendation Medal
Lt. Cmdr. Robert Kalin Jr.
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award
OS1(SW) Levale Ellis
OS2(SW) Ricky Mullings II
OS2(SW) Tangela Delano
Flag Letter of Commendation/Senior Sailor of
the Second Quarter
FC1(SW) Rodney Rogers
Flag Letter of Commendation/Junior Sailor of
the Second Quarter
OS3(SW/AW) Toloulah Gillem
Good Conduct Award
OS2 Paula Shaheedali
OS2(SW) Kenya McKenzie
OS2(SW) Terrance Holland
ET2 Charles Gray
AC1(AW) Erwin Sinsay

Hackett: co-worker remembered
From Page 5

Hurricane-need task force established


Navy families urged

to make contact
By ]02 Class Amie Hunt
Navy Personnel
Command Communications
Task Force Navy Family (TFNF)
initiated a new method Sept. 21
to verify contact data and
needs-assessment for Navy families
affected by Hurricane Katrina.
NAVADMIN 237/05 announced spe-
cific guidelines and procedures for the
TFNF Needs Assessment Data Call.
Guidance and a link to the data call
site are also available via the
Hurricane Katrina information page
on www.navy.mil and via the Navy's
24-hour helpline (877) 414-5358 for
Katrina recovery assistance.
The data call is intended for com-
mands with Katrina-affected families
to verify muster data, update contact
information and collect data on
health and welfare concerns.
Also, individual Navy family mem-

bers requiring assistance are highly
encouraged to access the Web site to
complete or validate their family
needs profile.
"Hurricane Katrina directly impact-
ed an estimated 18,000 Navy fami-
lies," said Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen in a mes-
sage released Sept. 19. "In fact, many
of the Sailors providing relief to local
citizens are in need of relief them-
selves. Most have lost something;
some have lost everything."
This effort will help TFNF to priori-
tize efforts and allocate resources to
help those in greatest need as soon as
The Navy's goal is to verify and
update existing information on affect-
ed Navy family members by Sept. 23.
"TFNF will conduct full-spectrum
community service operations to pro-
vide a rapid and coordinated return
to a stable environment for our affect-
ed Navy family," said Mullen. "That's
the mission."
The CNO added that "full-spec-
trum" service for Navy families
includes accounting for all Navy fami-
ly members, as well as assistance
with temporary housing, permanent

housing, financial assistance and
counseling, school and childcare,
healthcare, transportation, legal serv-
ices and employment support.
The Web site will also be used as a
reference point where displaced per-
sonnel can keep a contact phone num-
ber, e-mail address, or street address
on file.
Commanding officers will also veri-
fy the muster information is correct
and update any contact information
they have on their unit's members.
Any family members unable to
access the site online may contact the
24-hour helpline at (877) 414-5358 for
assistance in updating contact infor-
mation and completing the family
needs assessment profile.
Although both commands and indi-
viduals may have provided data in
earlier Katrina recovery efforts, data
on all Navy family victims of Katrina
must be verified in order for Task
Force Navy Family to maximize the
success of their efforts.
"There are people hurting out there
- our people and their loved ones,"
said Mullen. "And we will do all we
can to alleviate their pain."

KATRINA: Hurricane claims become easy to make

From Page 7

a lot of people haven't been
able to get back into their
homes to estimate the dam-
age." NLSOC personnel are
working as hard as possible
to ensure filing a damage
claim from Hurricane
Katrina is as simple as one,
two, three: walk into or call
the claims office; fill out

and turn in the paperwork;
and wait for the "check in
the mail" to be directly
Jaeger said, "The process
is not a mystery. These are
easy steps. We can guaran-
tee them (those filing) that
the system works. All they
need to do is call us."
To file a Hurricane
Katrina-related claim call:

NLSOC: DSN 922 (850)
452-9805 (850) 452-9791
Corpus Christi: DSN 861
(361) 232-3765
Fort Worth: DSN 739

(817) 782-6007
Gulfport: DSN 868 (228)
DSN 882 (901) 874-7379.

quality standards.
Hackett will be forever remembered at NAVAIR for
"walking the talk" and making sure all employees continu-
ously improved their ability to support the needs of
NAVAIR, our country and the warfighters.
He leaves behind his loving wife, Anaby, two children, sev-
eral grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.



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From the USO
T he Sailors Aweigh Program,
sponsored by the Jacksonville
Jaguars Foundation is currently
underway. The program gives free tick-
ets, transportation and a free T-shirt to
the families of deployed Sailors and
deployable Sailors, with priority given
to deployed Sailors' families. It is
designed for children ages 9-16.
Children can go with or without a
parent, as chaperones will be provided
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 program. A
Navy bus will be stationed each game
day near the Navy Federal Credit
Union ATM Machine in the
Exchange/Commissary 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., partici-
pants are asked to arrive 1:45 p.m.
The bus will depart as soon as all par-
ticipants 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. Participants agree to remain in
the designated seating area through-
out the game, and will ride the bus
back to the base following the game.
Additionally, each child will be pro-
vided with $10 worth of Jaguar dollars
courtesy of the USO. Jaguar dollars
may be used to purchase food or mer-
chandise at the stadium.
Before departure, each Sailors
Aweigh participant recites a pledge to
"abstain from using drugs, alcohol, or
Deployed Sailors' families will have
priority for participation in the pro-
gram. Sailors on sea duty but not
presently deployed may be put on a
waiting list that will be eligible to fill
the balance of the seats not filled by

SEABEES: CBMU-202 home after supporting Hurricane efforts

From Page 1
tary and civilian employ-
ees, was in close proximity
to where hurricane
Katrina's eye made land-
fall. Upon arrival, a task
tailored Detail of 48
Seabees and one civil engi-
neer officer rapidly
assessed the needs of the
base commander and quick-
ly forged a plan to conduct
hurricane debris removal,
establish shower and laun-
dry services, conduct elec-
trical inspections on dam-
aged facilities, reestablish
1,500 yards or perimeter
security fencing, and
improve two and a half
miles of pioneer roads. At
the height of operations,
CBMU 202 Seabees were
cutting, chipping and
removing 80 tons of tree
debris each day and assist-
ing the FEMA head quar-
ters by constructing sig-
nage and performing road
repairs at entry control
points supporting logistical
resupply operations of more

Photo by Lt. Russell Bates
Members of Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202
Detachment Jacksonville build some new facilities at Stennis
Space Center, Miss. as part of the Hurricane Katrina relief
than 2 million per day. private homes, cleared
As Stennis operations roadways, helped cities
returned to normal condi- restore utilities, and con-
tions the Seabees found structed tent camps for
themselves pushing outside Pass Christian evacuees
the wire and lending assis- who found themselves
tance to citizens of Hancock without homes after
and Harrison County in Katrina ravaged their
Mississippi and St. coastal community.
Tammany Parish in After reaching a steady
Louisiana. At each location, state of operations, the
Seabees were welcomed Jacksonville based Seabees
with open arms as they cut provided the base with a
and removed trees off of super "SEAHUT" laundry

NWCA: Annual convention coming to NAS Jax

From Page 5
president, explained that this is the second
time NAS Jax has hosted the convention.
"This is the second time that our chapter
has hosted this event and we welcome the-
opportunity," she said. "We have a week
full of activities and hope to get a lot of
NWCA business out of the way and have
time to show the delegates our city."
Revision of bylaws, the role Navy wives
play in today's Navy and gaining and
retaining members are topics that will be
discussed during the event.

facility. Additionally, they
assisted NAVMETOC's
"Stennis Helping Stennis"
outreach program, which
positively impacted more
than 225 families assigned
to NASA, Naval Oceanog-
raphy Command and
NAVMETOC Commands.
All work accomplished
throughout, the disaster
recovery operation provided
direct quality of life
improvements for station

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Guest speakers from Washington, D.C.,
and a former Korean War prisoner of war
will address the conventioneers.
Participants will also have a chance to
explore the history of North Florida during
planned trips to historical St. Augustine,
Cape Canaveral and the EPCOT Center in
The NWCA is a national organization for
spouses, of enlisted Navy, Marine Corps
and Coast Guard personnel.
For further information or to attend the
convention, call Pearl Aran at 777-8032 or
Emily Johnson at 272-5920.

NAVY BIRTHDAY: Celebrating 230 years of service

From Page 1
ed the purchasing, outfitting, manning,
and operations of the first ships of the new
navy, drafted subsequent naval legislation,
and prepared rules and regulations to gov-
ern the Continental Navy's conduct and
internal administration.
Over the course of the War of Indepen-
dence, the Continental Navy sent to sea
more than 50 armed vessels of various
types. The navy's squadrons and cruisers
seized enemy supplies and carried corre-
spondence and diplomats to Europe,

returning with needed munitions. They
took nearly 200 British vessels as prizes,
some off the British Isles themselves, con-
tributing to the demoralization of the
enemy and forcing the British to divert
warships to protect convoys and trade
In addition, the navy provoked diplomat-
ic crises that helped bring France into the
war against Great Britain. The Continen-
tal Navy began the proud tradition carried
on today by our United States Navy, and
whose birthday we celebrate each year in

FEMA: Agency wants reports of any fraud
From Page 4 FEMA instructs victims to continue to
FEMA encourages anyone who believes teleregister through the FEMA helpline 1-
FEMA encourages anyone who believes 800-621-FEMA (TTY 1-800-462-7585) or
they may have witnessed fraudulent activ-
ity to report it immediately through the register at www.fema.gov or visit one of
Department of Homeland Security Office FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers to
of the Inspector General's Hurricane Relief ensure they receive the proper disaster
Fraud Hotline at 1-866-720-5721. assistance and are not victims of fraud.

Sporting events on ten TVs
plus spotlight games on our two
center stage 10 foot big screens
Food and drink specials featuring a dozen
wings and a pitcher of draft beer $10.95

Join us from 4pm to 7pm on
Thursday, Oct. 13 to celebrate the
Navy's Birthday. FREE
hors d'ouevres and 50 cent draft beer.

We welcome photos, patches and
memorabilia from your squadrons to
personalize the room.


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deployed families by the Wednesday
before the game, and to serve as the
waiting list to fill in slots on game day
by families who do not show.
Individual status will be confirmed
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
opportunity. Sign up times for each
game starts two Mondays before each
home game.
The schedule of Sailors Aweigh
games is as follows:
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
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From the Navy College Office
A re you working on your associate of arts degree
and getting ready to transfer to another Florida
institution for your bachelor's degree?
If the answer is yes, you are invited, to attend the
Florida Community College at Jacksonville College
Transfer Fair at the following locations:
Nov. 8
8:30 -11:30 a.m. North Campus
1-4 p.m. South Campus
Nov. 9
8:30 -11:30 a.m. Downtown Campus
1-4 p.m. Deerwood Center
Nov. 10
8:30 -11:30 a.m. Downtown Campus
During the fair, you will be able to talk with repre-
sentatives from state and private universities and
learn how to use FACTS.org. the state of Florida advis-
ing Web Site.
If you have any questions, please see either Bob or
Opral at the FCCJ office located within the Navy
College Office in Building 110 or call 771-3979.

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A group of children from Mod A at the NAS Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department Child Development Center do the limbo as part of the festivities.

Five-year-old Brijon Jones takes a turn at hitting a pineapple pinata during Hawaiian Luau
Day at the Child Development Center Friday.

NAS Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Child Development Center
Employee Angie Benitez serves pineapple slushes to a group of children at the center Friday.

Photos by Angie Benitez
and Kaylee LaRocque

SK2(AW) Deviene Scott
and her 1-year-old son,
Amadi Elliott, check out
a display about Hawaii
set up at the NAS Jax Child
Development Center Friday.
The center hosted a special
luau to help the children
learn about the 50th state.


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From MWR
ommands, squadrons and
departments are encouraged to
be a part of this year's Haunted
Woods Challenge and are eligible to
win money for their MWR funds.
This year's event will be held Oct. 28-
29 from 7-10 p.m.
This is the 16th Haunted Woods
event at NAS Jax. In the past,
Haunted Woods attracted more than
3,400 people. It is a safe alternative
for children on Halloween. A walk
through the woods of NAS Jax can
conjure up many scary scenes for a
child and it attracts children of all
ages. The cost is $1 per person and all
profits benefit the Youth Activities
Entry Information
* Scenes are limited due to space.
* Individuals cannot enter the con-

* Commands, departments, or
squadrons provide a scene with props,
script and personnel.
* Command will be assigned a space

along the path by Youth Activities
Center personnel.
* Set up and prop building begins on
Oct. 24.
* Scenes must be staged by 5 p.m. on
Friday and Saturday nights.
* To prevent duplication of scenes,
have several choices planned. The
first command submitting an idea to
the Youth Activities Center will be
awarded the scene.
* Scenes will be judged both nights.
* Prize money will be awarded after
clean up on Monday.
First place $500, second place -
$300 and third place $200.
To obtain an entry form, email
megan.elliot@navy.mil. Entry forms
are due Oct. 17 by 5 p.m. MWR
reserves the right to approve all
scenes, props and scripts. Call 778-
9772 for additional information.

FFSC offers educational and support programs SO offers

From Staff
he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
ly problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is

required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
Today, 9-10:30 a.m. Sponsor Training
Oct. 18, 1-4 p.m. Anger Control
Oct. 21, 10-11 a.m. Car Buying
Oct. 25, 9:30 a.m.-noon Child Support
Issues Workshop
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.

Personnel who bought gear can claim reimbursement

By im Garamone
American Forces Press Service

Some service members
who bought their own
protective gear will get
reimbursed for the purchase
under a new policy
approved Oct. 4.
David S.C. Chu, the
undersecretary of defense
for personnel and readiness,
approved the directive that
allows military personnel to
be reimbursed "for privately
purchased protective, safety
or health equipment."
The order covers the peri-
od between Sept. 10, 2001,
and Aug. 1, 2004. Pentagon
officials said "relatively few"
service members are affect-

ed by the order.
In the early days of the
war on terrorism, there was
a shortage of interceptor
armor. The services issue
body armor to those most in
need of it. However, some
service members both
active and reserve compo-
nent bought their own pro-
Legislation passed by
Congress last year author-
ized the services to reim-
burse service members for
the expenditures. The legis-
lation applies to a specified
set of personal protection
equipment and can be
claimed "by either the mem-
ber or by another person on
behalf of the member for the

member's personal use in
anticipation of, or during,
the member's deployment
for operations Noble Eagle,
Enduring Freedom or Iraqi
Reimbursement is limited
to the actual purchase price
- plus shipping of the
equipment; receipts are not
needed. Under the legisla-
tion, those claiming reim-
bursement must turn in
their privately purchased
gear. The services will
destroy the equipment, as it
may hot meet government
standards. Under the policy,
reimbursement cannot
exceed $1,100 for any one
piece of equipment.

Jaguars tickets
for home games
From the USO
The USO sells tickets
to every Jaguars
home game (includ-
ing pre-season) for $8 per
The following is the
upcoming season sched-
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Texans, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 24.
Nov. 13, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Ravens, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 31.
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Colts, tickets on sale at
USO Nov. 28.
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
49ers, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags
vs. Titans, tickets on sale
at USO Dec. 19.
For more information,
call Sonya at 778-2821.

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MWR Planner
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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, an upgraded scoring system and much
Operating Hours
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).

Fitness Source
Monday- Friday
5 a.m. 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Base Gym
Monday Friday
5 a.m. 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30 a.m. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Recreation swim 4:30-8 p.m.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. noon
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.TT trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Jaguar tickets for all home games are on sale now
(Section 229, $43). Catch a ride for $10 on the I.T.T. shut-

Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Oct. 14
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.
Mule Day
Nov. 5
Hitch up the wagon for a mule parade, events and shop-
Charleston Deluxe
Includes two night luxury accommodations in the his-
toric district, two breakfasts, and two lunches. The trip
also includes a guided city tour, entrance to Patriots Point,
The Hunley Exhibit, Fort Sumter, Magnolia and
Middleton Plantations. Sign-up at I.T.T. by Oct. 15.
Cost is $311.50/person based on double occupancy.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members.. Call the
Liberty Cove Recrea-tion Center for more de-tails, 542-
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
Guess how many
Guess the right number of candy in the jar and the
candy is yours!

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
The annual Turkey Trot 5K run will be held Nov. 17 at 11:30
a.m. on Perimeter Road near the Antenna Farm. The event is
free. All runners can sign up at the base gym or Fitness
Source. Free T-shirts will be given to the first 50 runners who
register. Turkeys will be raffled off after the race. For more
information, call 542-3239.

Orange Park Mall and AMC Theater
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Pizza & Ping-Pong
Oct. 19, 11 a.m.
Prizes awarded

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.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. House of Wax (R)
Oct. 21, 7 p.m. Honeymooners (PG)
Oct. 22, 5 p.m. Adventures of Lava Girl & Shark Boy
Oct. 22, 7 p.m. Unleashed (R)
-LIP0R p4(4K MAR004.

For more information
about the marina please
call 542-3260.
Safe Powerboat Operating
Class 1- Oct. 15-16
Class 2- Oct. 22-23
$40 / person
Skipper "B" Qualification
Sail Class
Nov. 11-20
Only $150
Contact Mulberry Cove
Marina at 542-3260 for
more information.
Every Thursday- free
kayak/canoe rental for
active duty.
Fall specials. on select
name brand rod & reels. $1
over cost.
For more details, e-mail

Friday night events are
for ages K-17. For more
information on the Youth
Center, call 778-9772.
Halloween Bingo
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.
Scary Family Movie Night
Yellow Water Youth Center
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.
Haunted Woods
In the woods near VP-30.
Oct. 28-29


Zoo Spooktacular
Volunteers are needed for the Jacksonville
Zoo's 17th annual Spooktacular Fall Festival,
which runs Oct. 21-23 and Oct. 28-31. During
August and September, help is needed preparing
for the event including artwork, set construction
and painting. During the event, help is needed
with pumpkin carving Oct. 20 and Oct. 27.
Volunteers will also help pass out candy, assist
with rides and serve as costumed actors. For
more information, call 757-4463, Ext. 176.
Dignity-U-Wear volunteers
needed to sort clothing
* Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a charitable organiza-
tfon that provides new clothing to needy individu-
als and families is looking for volunteers. DUW
and the NAS Jax Chapel have formed a partner-
ship to assist military families that became victims
of Hurricane Katrina. The volume of clothing com-
ing in and going out of DUW on a daily basis has
escalated. The organization desperately needs
more volunteers Monday through Saturday to help
sort the truckloads of incoming clothing and then
pack this clothing into boxes for distribution to the
area chapels. For more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email pmcdonald@digni-

Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Docent
Corps needs you! Volunteers are needed to dedi-
cate one morning each week to give school tours.
The Cummer Docent Corps provides an invalu-
able service to the museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures to the finished tour,
docents use a combination of important historical
information and good humor to bring works of art
to life.
If you are interested in volunteering, please
contact Susan Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or by
e-mail at sgallo@cummer.org.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for var-
ious construction projects. For more information,
call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The
HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating
donated materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc., serves
Green Cove Springs, Orange Park, Middleburg,
Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through Saturday throughout
the year to help out. For more information, call
Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524.

$1 for adults and children of all ages.
FFSC and MWR Military Family Appreciation Carnival
Youth Activity Center
Nov. 19, 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Free rides, games, prizes, snow cones, live entertain-
ment, clowns, snacks and much more!
Families are invited to bring a picnic lunch

For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249.
For information on Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Mulligan's Halloween Party
Oct. 28, 6-11 p.m.
Free food, drink specials, DJ, games, prizes and a cos-
tume contest.
Turkey Trot Killer Scramble
Nov. 20, 1 p.m. shotgun start
$35 entry fee for military and Department of Defense
employees, $45 entry fee for civilian guests.
Includes golf, prizes, food following play, range balls, and
a complimentary round of golf.

For more information on the flying club please call 777-
8549 or 777-6035.
Ground School Classes are located on second deck of the
Auto Skills Center. The Flying Club is now located at
Building 847A on the north side of base.




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All Navy wrestling tryouts
Rob Hermann, All Navy wrestling
coach Rob Hermann is conducting
wrestling tryouts Oct. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at
the NAS Jax Gymnasium. Tryouts are
open to all active duty Navy personnel.
Wrestling equipment and attire are not
necessary and weigh-ins will not be con-
ducted for the tryouts. Sign up at the
base gym.
Tennis tourney coming up
A men and women's open doubles ten-
nis tournament will be held Oct. 24. The
tournament is free and open to all NAS
Jax authorized men and women. There
will be a men and women's division.
Matches will be played at the Guy Ballou
Tennis Complex. Call NAS Jax Athletics
to sign up by Oct. 21.
Greybeard basketball
A Greybeard basketball meeting will
be held Nov. 10 at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 conference room. The
league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists ages 32 and up.
All interested personnel should attend
the meeting to discuss rules and to get
the required paperwork to join the
Annual Turkey Trot
The annual Turkey Trot 5K run will be
held Nov. 17 at 11:30 a.m. on Perimeter

Road near the Antenna Farm. The event
is free and open to all authorized gym
patrons. There will be four divisions:
men's active duty; women's active duty;
men's open; and women's open with
awards for first, second, and third place
in each division. This is also a captain's
cup event with commands receiving par-
ticipation points and points for the top
three finishers in the male and female
active duty divisions. There will be some
turkeys given away and free T-shirts for
the first 50 runners who register.
Runners can sign up at the base gym or
the Fitness Source.
Sports officials and score-
keepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to
officiate soccer, softball, football and vol-
leyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are
also needed for basketball. Experience is
not required. If interested, contact Jesse
Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon
Attention competition runners.
Represent U.S. Navy in 5K, 10K,
marathons and/or tHiathlons? The U.S.
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 a sanctioned
(USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race 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, con-
tact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim,
10K run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the
sports articles, call Bill Bonser, sports
coordinator at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit www.nas-

Greybeard Fall Softball

As of Oct. 7
Team Wins
FASO/Weapons 1


Intramural Fall Softball

As of Oct. 7
Team Wins
VP-16 3
VS-32 2
AIMD 500 2
HS-15 1
VS-22 1
Naval Hospital 1
VP-5 1
VP-30 1
VP-62/NAR 1
AIMD 600 0
HS-5 0
HS-11 0
VP-30 Students 0


NAVAIR Fall Basketball

Losses Hornets
0 Wildcats
0 Bud Lite
1 Prowlers

As of Oct. 7



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 information, 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
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 Navy Jax
Yacht Club is a members only
club open to all active duty,
reserves, retired military and
active and retired DoD civilians.
For mpre information, call
778-0805 or email com-
modore @njyc.org. .
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-

9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
For more information, contact
Maria Haynes at 899-6025.
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
Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings.
For information, contact
Shirlinda at 771-9573 or visit
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
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
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FLI-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
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 Castillo de San Marcos
In St. Augustine is looking for
individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
The group, which does inter-
pretations and reenactments in
St. Augustine, needs volunteers
for their cannon and musket fir-
ing programs.

For more information, call Joe
Brehm at (904) 829-6506, Ext.
The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association is
sponsoring a golf tournament
tomorrow 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 cole.seibel@navy.mil.
The fourth annual
Horticultural Extravaganza
known at GardenFest 2005 will
be held Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Duval County
Extension Office, 1010 N.
McDuff Avenue.
The program, "Show Case of
Plant Societies," will include
talks and information on herbs,
roses, African violets, camellias,
flower pressing, landscaping
with accessories and other
interesting topics.
For more information or to
make a reservation, call Roz
Speglevin, at 272-6599.
The Navy Nurse Corps
Association is holding their
annual fall luncheon Nov. 5 from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Magnolia Point Country Club on
Route 17 in Green Cove
Springs, Fla.
All Navy Nurse Corps officers
- active, Reserve, former and
retired are invited to attend. For
reservations, call Linda Hearin
at 529-8941 or email
dhearin@comcast.net by Nov.
The Company "B" 4th
Assault Amphibian Battalion

Volunteers needed for event
Make a Difference Day is Oct. 22. This year's Make
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Party to compliment our A Visit from Saint
Nicholas project. Each book will be individually wrapped
and presented to nearly 5,000 third, fourth and fifth grade
students at the 15 challenged schools that have been
selected to receive a visit. While A Visit from Saint
Nicholas targets students in grades Pre K through second
grade, this Make a Difference Day project will ensure that
all students in these schools receive a special gift.
We hope that you would join us to make this project a

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Marine Corps Birthday Ball Nov.
19. For more information, visit
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The St. Augustine Art and
Crafts Festival is Nov. 26-27
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
special events field near the
Visitor's Center.
For more information, call
(904) 823-9703.
Cecil Pines Adult Living
Community, located on Cecil
Commerce Center, is hosting its
annual Antique Car Show and
Open House Nov. 12 from 10
a.m.-2 p.m.
Refreshments and a. fun
house for kids will be available.
All donations will benefit the
Alzheimer's Association of
Northeast Florida.
For additional information, call
Barbara at.771-8839.

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NS Mayport
rTTVie Office of Per-
sonnel Manage-
ment (OPM) is con-
tinuing an aggressive
outreach and education-
al program to our
nation's veterans, includ-
ing disabled veterans.
OPM has reached out
to veterans through its
Veteran Invitational
Program (VIP) by devel-
oping informational
brochures/cards and wall
posters to raise the
awareness about federal
civil service employment
among military mem-
bers separating from the
U.S. Armed Forces.
OPM will visit the
Beachside Community
Center at NS Mayport
Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. This outreach effort
offers OPM employment
experts, opportunities to
speak with military serv-
ice men and women to
encourage them to con-
tinue to serve their coun-
try in the federal govern-
The target audience
will be separating mili-
tary personnel and fami-
lies, returning personnel
from the global war on
terror and local human
resource specialists.
An OPM Working for
America Booth will be
displayed, consisting of
veteran outreach materi-
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hour training session on
maximizing the USAJOB
Web site for federal job
searches for veterans.
This will be followed by
a question and answer
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hour presentation on
r6sum6 writing and in-
terviewing. Techniques
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and answer session.
There will be a one-hour
presentation on veter-
ans' preference and spe-
cial hiring authorities
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SaondLnr aym......9 $10 per mo. Mand. Heaven Trees 3/2 pool,corner lot, 3/2 FSBO GCS St.Johns 2/1.54 down $485mo. 891-5393
QuietCuldesac 3/1,100%Financing renov to owner spec 334 Keystone 1800 so cedar .86ac
130 Tickets i A $259,900 FSBO 982-4452 Newly Remodeled. new kit, bath plumb,pvc Heights dock/bulkhdhi/dry LAD HOME PACKAGE
SAN JOSEHOME!1 $92K. 904-591-1297 fence, sprinkler syst 850K 904 860 5026 3BR52BA Doublewide on
well & pump too much DWMH 3/2 w/deck, fpl, rI $980 Down $580 Month
FL/ GA TICKETS -(2) 3bed/2ba. Only$50k A3/2FORECLOSURE to list move in cond 1.3a In Big Tree Lakes. OrangenPark/Jaxe2acm+/-led 0.5AowewnJ5a80onvt
needed by Iong te4Listings 800-749-8124X5345 Only $43,900! For listings $344,900 call 904 $70K 626-O902 Bassett Estate newly remodeled Call Mr.Lewis 783-833S
Gator fan 384-19s4 call 800-749-8124 x1002 641-0656 for apt. 4/3.5, 4000s_, pool, 300ft
NETEDTOSBUY l TIREDOFWASTING MONEY ON RENT?. THEWILDERNE$5 DW 3/2,1Jac. fncd, wood NEPT BCH Pre Constr Orange Park/ hse.$1,625,000. 262.9535 3/2 Double Wide
TICKETS 904.37-958V1N.xI.. .. ..1 ...r3 deck, conc. driveway, prices starting at $645k 335 Clay St. oohns County Estate, one1.25 acres in
904-327-9578 CREDIT ROBLEM ,,,,, ,:,,, 5,$69k. 713-9120/294-3487 E.of 3rdSt. Middleburg. / Keystone.
BAD D T ,n.r.,1',... ,,,-,, FB O/2Paul West 626-9090 visit 1395 Wentworth Ave. 1.8 $980 Down. $595 Mo.
I AIDBFSBO 3/2 2075fh/wood www.omnirealtyl.com 3/2Custom bullt acre +/- on Julington Save Thousands!. 4
S) i, i ..' ,, RVport, boahpArt, O iRealty of N. Fl. H manufactured Creek will build to suit. Call 291-2735
LET ME HELP YOU BEA HOME ,meS rm w/bar, ofc .PV/lano-Walkcto / Lots of perks, on 1 WelakaSt.9Johns/2.5ownerfin Cla
OWNER WITH LITTLEORrut $149,900. Beach 3500ft 45/4 acre of landein Oran1geLDu-N-HOM
_-.U tqnS NO LOSING ST ,,; HOME FINDER REALTY 2882 Jerry Ln. 699-0673 $619k 904-814-458 Park. AS IS. Pay of $790mo+dn 904-8992550 All of NE Fa, and SE Ga
T221 1711 OR 241 5501 Hmortgage $72k. Only www.agreathouseforsale. con $500 down FREE Qualifying
interested need call o Call 477-4225 or Email at
260-Auctions 2392sf 757-8715 $449k. Call 285-4295 more and see or fortai 55 o i s
210 Estate Sales3 Arlington 1-866-291- 1701 before $600 DOWN $718/MO.
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A 3mR Foreclosure, C..PAontact your VA(that's 4PM Florida POINT MEADOWS Top fir, CALL 477-4225 OR EMAIL
A 3BR Foreclosure, FL. Contact your VA time) Must sell ASAP Elevator, 3/2 lake view, JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET *
206-ciosCaroline Only $43,900! Home Loan End unit $200k. 504-7644 MOVING! MUST SELLI
200 Auctions 4-686-465 Ask for Mark Listings 800-749-8124 x5569 C all f rils55-28 s BaS'sdde-ww2 o IL Vdllagiof3land. Won't last!s
Duty6Ssn es, mC.s 3."FO$9YNCM (USN Ret) $219,900. 513-885-3602 Call Mr.Bradley 874-1862
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at. Oct15 am659900ca276 Home, Only $8,0001 For SaleWaycross Ga.
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SPECIAL OLYMPICS FL Cell (904) 463-2065 VA, FHA home equity or Western Cedar & Stone Call Rebecca 249-9546
6210 US 1 N. (St. Johns Co.) L SIO/P-3/21600sf Home 3900sf. 4+ acres.
1m..fvu' conventionalloans. garage,W/D, FP,.Hot 912-383-0490/ Nights
.5 mi S Red Db. Decker Bus @countrywide.com conn TubSec. System,2912a285-4849. $37SM.
30darihstru idder.*All 3/2,FRONT &Back Porch, Website: Fridge. Dishwasher. $4500d/pUPA
Sold to hiighentbidder. All nr schl. $130K, 272-1608 homeFcountendyrd4.94868-2754$G5A -Blue Rid0e Mtns, Cl
required to submit a $100 Sell a Home" With 24 0ask for Diane ueridpr un e
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A n14.1AU1775S10s BP. Celx nT house, 2300 & 2246 6lv. HOE LOANS HotTub,5ecurrtysys up, Oct 24 Jax-Free DW already set up
For auction info call Cherokee Cove Tr. Sun Jacksonville, FL 32207 Fridge, dishwasher. Dinner Presentation. E-Z Financing
Larry.Miller at 904-808-9922 12-3 904-591-3282 fenc yrd. 90.88.-2754 www.mountaln Call Rebecca (249-9546
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Oakleaf-FSBO-New 4/2 211-3b6-3952
210 EstateSales %Not a Gimmick/' Snplr a Gesture 2150sf 42" cab,islupgrd, At2beThebech
210 EstateSaMestGimmick rOfl G L aore MB, $iaS5k 904-613.-7925 LOGs CABINtIn2GreatT l$40007down
ESTATESALEooOAKLEAF New 3/2.5/1, $159k. 904-724-3824
ESTATE SALE [.i One Bedroom Sfortathose 0serre. lakefrolntTHTw/sCrn SAVETHOUSANDSl
SO One Bedroom S rting At ana, all kit app, 209.9 TENN. MTN. ACREAGE Land Home Package.
226 Broward Rd. .,aConsider lease option 5 Acres, beautiful 3/2 Double Wide on2
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land Plateau w/river
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230 Georgia Real $24 900 Owner financing. 270 Lots for Sale
8 C EstAate .4.2 wooded acres AS$ about mini vacation.
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&E septicSW 00sfGhome Residential/Duplex.
3ew/hrd wood firs. h400k North Carolina Near NAS & O.P Mall.
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39005SF lux amenities, Great Location. Limited
1100 SeagateAve Neptune -ohn's Creek $419000 availability. 100 acres of land, mixed
Flex Fin Avail. BroKers Call for details. hard woods & open
welcome 561-662-6661 866-930-5263 fields of which 50 acres
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375 Farms/ 400 Apartments 410 Condominiums 420 Houses 420 uHousesd 420 Houses 430 Roommates 560 Financial 706 Accounting/ 707 Driver
eager FurnishedUnfurnished Unfurnished Unfurnished Services 70 Bookkeeping .
SESSIONS Orange Park South LocWSIDE M to share M. 2br DRIVER
JACKSON COO, FL owntown-Nice studio. Desirable a tonho N'SIDE3/2,gar, newcpt St. Aug/Vno Bch h-s dntcbApoo BOOKKEEPER 2v ears exp, clean MVR.
$420mo Includes utilities. 2BD/1BA, with garage,& tile, scr patio, like (2 masters)3.5 bath $3Om+12 -8875 o DoyoU nleedflfleida FT for National Co Full No weekends. Com-
Lochwood Plantation, Call 223 5211 Private backyard ^ new $110m. No pets Barand new home assistant and support? ,-rroe o iflcncls petltiveWages. Apply
ac w/deep water 904-923-2827/707-6294 Beach access & public Bad line of credit In nee d lr ,onr u & la i M .F:
832+-ac w/deep water $765/mo $765/dep COVE LANDING boat ramp ft away. J Rooms of correction. Well p re 9000CyressGreenDr.
frontage on lake Apartments 4727314 3/2 1 car gar avail 11/15 $950 N'SIDE-a beautiful 3/1. $1850mo.94-610-843 435 to Rent EASTERN INC. can hel .. n F260 3 r e 9000 Cyress737 Green Dr.
Semnole, covered 405 nfurnished anci-Brand New 3/2 PONTEVERA/ new CHA, new cpt, We do Personal loans
hills, hrdwd bottoms laundry, $675mo.$300 ST. AUG gated Palen- and Home Loans DRIVER-A For local
open fields, 35+ ac of granite counters, ch&a SUMMERHOUSE N
prkg amenities. $1350. Condo 2/2 tons of comm dp. H 7481800 caMagn 4/2, 2300sf ARLINTON LUXURYROOMS 800711-146 BOOKKEEPER delivered, MF must
ts c uti t fms 3R 2A FP Hug e +dep. incl. cable, hi. spod amenities avail. now.$1200 6sCdeOcenway brand od lo. letr 1ico
utants, gicRuEa Broker.n- gr e CH o sf PnTEkE, O3 a car gar. avail. 11/15. $1195 StJohns 200sf, 4/2/2, K FULL CHARGE BOOK-
Casl Brian Fletcher than 10 eso ase i, 1375mo. 233- ool/0 ATLANTIC BEACH jlat Cimh m. G&CC, owner KEEPER-Knowledge of MESSENGER/COURIER
850528-3467 omo 600dp/nego- ,3. SEMINOLE RD.handlesyard,$1600mo NW 1/1 brand new TH construction Industry Drive your late model PU,
tiable/split pymts. PVB -Beautiful luxury NIce 3/2, w/ carprt in popu 23-957/68-36 $550m. Close to 1295.helpful Call 6084178.vanUV. Bonuses,
LAND FOR 904419- 214 renovatedcondo.w/gar2 larareaavail.nowP$1200 ST. JOHNS CO. -1 mI nrOP Mail 305-335-5019 gas allow. 3 to 4 days a
blks to beach and PV clubs. TIMBERwN PARCeTONC.1mirPMl-4788
wdSALE ,prlv fenc'd yard french doors, S.O.T.A. kit, amenities, great area. $795 gea rre o, n s s o 707 Driver DRIVERS (exp only
Callahan Area $670mo 904260-9143 mastw/ba, $1600mo. HARBOR SPRINGS 4/2. o Dogs. 708-3278 okS mo940507 bathrm, near bus. gro- Education andTankwagon)tohaul
guest study with ba, close to bches, shopg St. Marys3/2.5 cery store wkly & BUS DRIVERS- for t fuel&lube oil HAZMAT
FERNANDINA 2/1 beach Pa W k m 6 O.P. 3/ 2.5 townhome. 2 25 hu meonhli+dep. 7w64k-497 *Cy g BUShoEs Br & kb A
patricla@cronkduch.com schools avail 10/15, $1350 O.P. 3/2.5 townhome. 2 2 story, F huge monthly+dep. 764-497 Trainingschooi.ClassfrB cDL & tanker reqd. Starting
626-6393. un ort ac 904-226-1461 RA N LAES o gar 1729sf, deckool, ten s O.P. -3/2 o e, b 600 Private instruction w/PS 223-5270 $13.50/hr. Call 356-0731
fm Nor tP -ark. BRAND NEW HOM E, $117 5m o. 9 04.370.0426 ball courts, all fee s. Oat io pool ,afncd y d, 6 5Sc o0223-52
sm scrnd porch, use of PVB Belleza. 3/2 vltd Dames Pt.area 4/2, avail. OAKLEAF-Brand New paid, 1680 sft $950 45-270 oolhOOS
N.C.MOUNTAINS! yrdnew kit c-tops ceilsHuge 1400sf. nowS1375 month. 671-7424 610 Specialty Training/
Locabin onprivate site. rkfstbar w/d, frn $200mo.Terry31-9635 SAN PABLO4/3CREcar garage 573-5254 Sugarmill Room For Rent Events
89,900.9Short drive to Backs to Ft. Cii nch8 SAN PABLO CREEK all appliances. 573-5254. Sugarmll D_ RoomForRent Events
Ashevnle. Many units dunes, great sunset PVB -Fairfield lakefront, Lovely 3/2, avail now near 2 story, over 2800sf ST NICH Brand Spankin Male Near NAS Jaxk
avail. From 1 paces to beach 2/2, gated, gar, pool, schoolsbeaches, 1195 55mo 904-382-5807 eom nt ________
w/ spectacular views $800mo. Kim 904-556-9589 tenn.$1150mo 614-4609 KERNAN FOREST new home for ent 3 2. Call 904 7. 79 46E
sal n 9.900. 2/2 condo, gated avail OAKLEAF -TH. 3/2.5. $1300mo. 5 14'(9oj G etYourEdge
CallNow 828-256-1004 HUD Vouchers Accepted PVB-newoy renovated now.cute andclean.S930 $995mo. Continental RE SUTTON LAKES 3 2 am Be ch Home 605 School.,
T Newl Remodeled Large verlookin l se REED ISLAND Beauty off 838-0149 rm, Ig yO i1275m3 o 44 e- Renalsh ake 65
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tract s, tract 1 80 ac CALL (904) 751-1510 district, many ameni- Ft. Inecuo Oer OP/Eagle Harbor 3Br furn John 04-6993-6493
tract 2 150 ac, creek tiesmlnlyr rental, wil 23003q-ft. a $$1900m; Oakleaf4Br AMedicalCareer
w/1 2 ac pond site consider lease to own. MERRILL PINES unfurn $1475m. Av 1l Townhome for St. Aug Vilano Bch 4 or M ~I Training in
I For more Info contact BRAND NEW CONDO 9045053942 Perr Rent2 masters,, 5 Darn Tr.l, ,,
frontagex c pIved r LOCATION,LOCATIONI 3AmyWrInimon tat offMerrillRd. 904-505-3942 Perry 3BR, 26. Gr Bge aro rn Tr r.
ment, 3c rom 175,v- MinstoUNF, JTB& 3 -0a5-lt0t avail, now. $1095 OP/MIDLBRG3/2 well cen'I ae.d in BeaCh acess nuDc le A isco
m9100/ac. 229-559-6458 Beaches, largeB& 865-805-307 2, & 3 OXFORDCHASE maint.$910m; 370-4088 Fleming. Island P3nt1o0 3 r aCareerServiceAvalableC
229-2SI 71 Ibed apt homes. Waved PV iWakttheBeach LUXURYCONDO www mrealty bizhmies rp D s". TopsI Mom. 9A
a229-251-7187 fee with mention of 2/2, remod, berber, fpl, 3/2.5.2 car gar.1900 sq.ft. OPOAK schools, Poo l sn i:s .Desktop Applications
W $1200m. (904) 273-5732 EAGLES HAMMOCK Brand new! Fridge, W/D, (904)2-6 c224 1,r.
r0Investment his ad. Call 997-8855 sr 0d n s Laa ns 5(9)ForaBrocr Inow
Properties NORTHSIDE SPECIAL PV furn Studio ocean- "BRAND HEW5800_-719-7249 Help1Dasl
& 3 NORTHSIDE SPECIAL deSawgrass. $1400tll 4/2,3 car gar. nice yard OP 2/1.5 TRIPLEX UNIT VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK Sanford Brown Institute
4/1ANblocktrented.h spe2al Nov.1st. 706-331-0889 withirrig.system.$1400 remod., nice, ap l's Available 101 3 2 2 I:- : Microsoft
3/1 HUD rented. ARLNGTON HILLS Altus w/d, 675mo 708-5729 car arag 1ll 2-). m.:, ) Jc 1K Or.,Ille. FL. 322Mi ft
Many more avail ONTLLr/1.151 Drive. 3/2 carprtcute house + utils
388-9811 A 1 FM50 amenities, gatedcomm. Ig.yard.aval Nov.15.$795 OP4/1.5,appliancesWD ref's 904-63 Commercial Proect Management
www.bayfronthomes.biz NR ST. VINCETS-spa- $1950/mo 349-4144 NATURES HAMMOCK h kup. fen rd,nlce, 6pm or Iv mrn ReaProject EstateManagement REAL ESTATE
Properties provided p mo. Call Lakecrest sub, remod. B W OP 4/2-Inground pool, All Ar a C'I 500Ccmnerci k D Cls N. 7 Securty
wthtenants. W.E. Johnson Licensed gar, 477-9943 208s.ft.S1295. 2cargarW/D, RTO hotllni.- 366 120 Indu 1ril f1r S,3le a Week Da, Clss.n No.
Great cash on cash RE. Broker 72`77794 ALDEN TRACE- _11 will rent furnished or SCommeroal' Superior Instrucion We
Great hn ash R.E. Broker 727-7794 'slde-Brand New 3/2 SANDALWOOD area, unfurnished, $1300 Westsilde 5enmmerc suurionstrution b Development
return. 206-235-4452 PASSTHISONI poochildrenarea. 3/2 with carport,new OBO. 90422- 9732 2109 Hyde Pr R3Induri1 r Rent www.myfre.om
ATTENTION INVESTORSCa 838-6023 paint,carpet, nice. $895 Officially reassigned. 3/2 2184 sSI .rj,:, 507 Commercil (904) 269-2555
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for the best investment School Speclall $1150 mo. 6313663 avail. soon$s1sop Call 269-8955 WESTSIDE -3/1, w/d hk for Sale
ideas possible. Expect $ $ closepin w/55mo. IDE ald 515 Retail/Offce Space 700 Domestic Incepture. There are no application
to double your nven- -TIRES- HOME FINDER REALTY OPCOUNTRYCLUB 675mo. 616-7099 for Rent fees. Convenient day and evening
toy. Financing avail. Ashley Park T New Mounted and Gated63-09$a2adevnn
Cal 993.4913. (904) 77-0240 70R17ba an a Ped. 4 211711 OR 241501 No pets Call 9042764628 WSTSIDE -390/1.5 loaded Commercial HOUSEKEEPER 5 Days Classes. Financial aid for qualified
oBARGAIN 199c MIddbr PAXON2/1CH&A $130each.Call KERNAN AREA -Kens- OPFLEMISLnew3/2villa dep. 778-4854 500 Industrial a4-. reay ns applicants. Custom financing
13-9 5 284-C0090 $500mo + sec. HUD 282-4279 ngton. Nice 3/2/2 ar on lagoon 2 car gar. lo a
approved. 904 388-5521 Waterfront w/boat silli ar. 1600sf. Comm pool, $1300mo. 2641425 WESTSIDE 4/2, new home off For Sale love animals, reef.
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highest LTV Noj parking, alarm, water weight room and more Owner pays water for car gare, htu, fe- Dames Point Blount Isi.
fees! Rehab draws incl.$625mo. 399-4797 $185Omo.301-904-4221 Iwn sprklrs,$1195mo. Severaltpurcels-avaTl.D7Neari95.aeeaarlaa
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School Grcds & Exp.
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is hiring Ironacorkers
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Construction- Quality
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American Electric
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Loader operator for
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ends for solo Ophth.
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+ comm with benefits.
Call 268-7773 fax
resume 268-7375

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Naval Hospital, NAS.
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Paid holidays/401k and
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Phone: (888) 621-9727

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Pharmacy Product
Manager in Jackson-
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development of new &
make enhancements to
existing product lines
and provide marketing
support demonstrating
product during sale
presentations &
responding to Phar-
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RFP's. Requires Regis-
tered Pharmacist with
Pharmacy exp. In an
acute care setting, 30%
travel, excellent com-
munication & com-
puter skills. Resume
w/salary history to:
CMiller@Keane.com or
fax to 319-378-1836.
early am schedule.
FP/Peds practice,
minimum year exp
including children.
Must be team player
for fast paced office.
Fax resume to 722-4267
attn Lynda
Mammography, CT, MRh,
X-Ray, Scheduler,
Marketing Rep.
Multiple locations. Email
confidential resume
MHCJ haTe the fol-
lowing opportunities
available Immedraely
1o people who want to
make a difference in
the lives of others
through behavioral
health care:
Great Schedules-
Full Benefits
M F Evenings. No
Weekends required
Mental Health
FT Evenings. PT all
shifts, direct care
Driver/Service Aide

7 days on. 7 days off,
5p 5a
For more Info. pease
call 743 1883.
FT positions offer
Denelis. PRN RNs and
LPNs. MHTs always
Apply In person
(9 a.n- 4pft. M- F only)
or mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North.
Sufte 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 3221L
Fax resume to 743-5109.
tOE A Drug Free 74 orpiace

RN's Sign on Bonus
$5,000 LPN's Sign on
Bonus $3,000
New skilled progressive
nursing home facility is
searching for qualified
candldares to add to
our Gainesville, FL
stellar team of driven
Assistance, Great Ben-
efits, Tuition Assis-
tance, Scholarship
Programs &Premium
Pay Programs. Work
with extraordinary
people like yourself, in
an atmosphere of car-
ing and devotion. A
company that you can
stay with, that will offer
you opportunities,
training and give your
career ambitions in the
healthcare field a real
home. ImmedIate
Openings for all shifts
Applytoday iEmail:
carecorp .com
Fax: Vicki Holloway
3250 SW 41st Place
Gainesville, FL 32608

723 Dental
DENTAL ASST. 11a to 8p
Tue- Fri EDA, Good pay
San Marco. Fax: 399.3615
exp necessary fax
resume to 363-9611
office seeking prof &
exp office admin for
F/T. Dental exp nec.
Interested candlates
fax resume to: Beaches
Dentistry 904-247-3078

724 Education

Pre-School Teachers
CDA Preferred
Health Care Coverage
401K Plan
Vacation/Personal Days
Paid Holidays
Paid Training
Multiple Locations In
laikeonvillLe &
St. Aunustlne
Call 904-230-4899
Fax 904-230-4910

725 ? Oraie/
725 Clerical

mmedlate 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 8582745, C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
ADMIN ASST needed for
Transportation Broker.
fax resume 269-7327
entry level. FT, gen
office duties fax
resume 904-384-2209
office exp req. Fax
resume to 726-0116
National Builder seeking
an F/T Field Coordina-
tor. Multi-tasking, well
organized, clerical and
good communication
skills required. Fax
resumes attn: Carrie

New office opening in
NO. Jax for finance co.
We are in need of office
staff/support. Cashier
/General. Exp pref.
Great salary & Benes.
Call 954-749-2030 or
fax 954-572-0724
S'side Tile Co. benf. Fax
resume to 693-3324 or
apply i person 464
Cassat P/e.
I -

725 office/

property mgmt co in
Mandarin has an
immed FT opening for
someone to handle the
it's corporate office.
strong computer skills
& pleasant phone
manner a must.
Competitive pay &
benefits. Apply in per-
son 3020 Hartley Rd Ste
200 or fax resume
292-9236 DFWP EOE

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

location, great work
team -oriented.
Cross Creek Steakhouse
9826 San Jose Blvd
Bartenders, Waitstaff &
Cook needed.
Apply in person
at Stadium Club
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641- 2301

Seeking LINE COOKS &
available; training pro-
vided. Apply at 10950
San Jose Blvd. Manda-
rin, dally 10am-4pm.

Experienced line cook.
Day/Night shifts avail.
Top $$ in area.
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
Call 3840870
CALL 757-7370
No nudity no exp nec.
Will train- AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399.1110

Waitstaff and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Busiest club in town!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
llam-9pm Tues-Sat. PM
Dishwasher PT Deerwood
Country Club Chef
McKinsey 641-6625
Host/Hostess Apply in
person EOE/DFWP
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM

Positions Available
ARAMARK/Duval County
Public Schools Food
Service currently
has full and part-time
openings for Food Service
Workers and Managers.
Apply in person at 2924
Knights Lane E. #5, (904)
732-5117 *Please bring
Driver's License, State D
card or Social Security
card and Background
check when applying. EOE

EkO Rest Pr-:'s CahiLer
Salad Hotbar5 FrT PT
avail Appl ,I persorn
2 4p m P.-F 1625 We-li
Rd OP lcati.n orl,
Walltstaf, Bartenders.
Doorstae f
Caiil 3':.9 1110

Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.

737 Real Estale

APPRAISER- tor local
ofHice o national
appraisal mqmnt cO.
certified apprai3sers lax
resume to
90j.1386 3379 or email
pDor1693,' ano corn

745 Sales

and Pao-r Slc',I, C'-
son ior tne JaCKson-
Ailie area ,%Itn prr,ven
track record Fax
resume to Ann Sa3les
Manager 904 783-J411o
RAMS/RPG- fl supplier
of skilled trades people.
to the construction
Industry, needs an
energetic Field
Services Representative
for the Jax Area.
email resumes:
ramsinc.net or fax
388- 627-7267
DINATOR fun ener-
getic outgoing person-
alities needed. Travel &
promote for an exclu-
sive vacation 'esort.
Must have reliable
vehicle, truck or SUV a
plus. Contact Robert

747 Telemarketing

salary, good voice,
Baymeadows 880-9900

750 Technical/

Gen. Const. Supt.
Mln. 5 Syrs. exp.
Call (904) 317-5601 Fax
(904) 317-2117

ValleyCrest Landscape
now hiring exp irriga-
tion tech. MIn 5 yrs DL
required 4-10hr days
401k, health, dental
DFWP 725-2552

752 Warehouse

an immediate opening
for a Warehouse fore-
man In the Jacksonville
area- experience
helpful- full time
position-good benefits.
Call 904-626-1664 for
interview. EOE/DFWP

755 Miscellaneous

If there is one job you
check out-let this be
the one! Chrysler expe-
rience preferred but
any great counterper-
son should apply.
Atlantic Dodge Chrysler
Jeep-St. Augustine
SORS- FT night shift,
own trans. Call 306-0050
btwn 8:30am-2pm MF
Join Aaron's Jacksonville
deliver/install furniture
Paid training, benefits
bonus, stop pay Clean
MVR & criminal bkgrd
21+ yrs old. NO Sundays
Apply In Person
9493 Lem Turner Rd
4316 S. University Blvd
FLOOR TECH. for stone
co. that is dependable
& organized. Call
733-9343 for interview.
exp. Flowers Of
Mandarin 268-2466

for residential plumbing.
Great pay and benefits.
Must have own truck &
tools. Call Darren @

"el 4 ?"

To oversee and perform
general housekeeping
and light janitorial
duties at Southslde
mental health facility.-
Supervlsory and
heathcare exp. pref. FT
Apply in person
or mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743-5109,
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace

4 day week, 40 hr pay.
Paid training. No nights,
wknds. Top pay, bnfts.
Call 904.781.4430
$8/hr 1145-3 Miller
Street, O.P. Start
Monday 7:30a 269-1357

Jacksonville Zoo &
Min 4 yrs exp In
security/safety &
2 yrs supervisory exp
Must be available to
work weekends.
EOEDrug Free

TROLS FIRM has immed
opening. Req: basic
electronics & electro
mechanical skills.
Hourly wage with
incentives inclmedical,
dental pd time off &
other benefits. Drug &
smoke free Send
reusme to: Service Mgr,
PC Box 57778, Jax FL
entious person for pvt
Ortriga ;cr.-,.:-. l Ret &
bckgr.-.3 cn--:ki P 7T ie
hr; Fat re': 3a7-6-6-7
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PERSON Exp d Seil
starter ..r,o take, oridae
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Teampla,'rr Manclarir,
apt c om ie Call
737 4 al *r Fa resume
t,.- 730 3339
JOB? L-.3rn 3 trian
Comn'r.,- s-nrse
mnecna3rcal liit, .
dr.-rs ll.: Rinl %.ell
Plurr.Ttr.ng 732.5554
Tr or PT position. M-F
9 c F3 re it.- "3, i 8700

760 Part-Time

Reai Eat-ate ,',:,rk ,n Our
S',:,uth.poin onrice, exsona
332 "045 or 237 6140

830U Care

o In Home
SChlldcare Provider
i | State ilcenseo
CPRI ilrst and cer
ilieo rea.onaole rates
meal. incluoeo, no
912 673 7865

Stay at home mon l with
a CDA ha a ,:,peni.- irn
ther Julir, tor, Creek
area Call Cnriast,
287 3296

835C Cle3ning
83. Services

Hawkins Cleaning
Home Business Apts.
Great Rates. Wkly &
Bi-Wkly, Monthly.
Lawn service also
237-9473 Insured.

871 Legal
71 Services

Personal Injury Issues?
Free Initial Consultation.
Nell L. Weinreb Attorney
at Law. 858-2999

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

Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 13, 2005 19

900 Antiques 905 Articles 945 Garage 955 Household 10 1 Pet's &
For Sale 9 Sales 9 Furniture 1 Supplies

tUub -Cw ipbason soe rakr' Smith Workout SOUTHSIDE -Extra big Recliner Sofa With BOXER PUPS AKC for sale
99-1086 376-5841 Staton Lots of garage sale, University/ fold down table & $450 each (904)
399-106 376-5841 I extras. Call arnes, Thur-Sat 9-4 love seat. Good 334-7915 / 334- 7916
269-1174 $100 OBO cond. Blue $500.
90.SOUTNSIDE R eedy Kitchen table Brittanny Spaniels AKC
902 Appliances o Three BeigeMarble Branch Plantation w/matching china Orange& White, Ma &
/ SlnksReadyto Baymeadows & 9A. cabinet, wood condi- Fem,$450.386-312-0038
intal.A ll single. Community ard sale tion$200317-0529 Chihuahuas-F&M adults,
Grand Am SE '94 Asking $10 each. Sat 10/15, AM 4PM. hihuahuas-F&M adults,
Great body. reat CAll 5u3-6alt
interior, minor Call 553-6015 t o Resin Wicker all shots current, $100ea.
interior, minor S'side-Sat 10/15, Com- Coffee Table & free kittens. 388-1125
0 engine work, runs I Tr ai I e r 4 x 6 munity Sale. Old Mill < Whte in excelent
good. Picsavailable. /$ 225.,Shopsmith Branch Community. Off condition $25 OBO. Dachshund Pups AKC
Ken 729-6421 $800 $lS500.Tennis ball Gate Prkwy.Across 8918460 Mini, asstcolors
lob-ster $100,Tread- from Sail Cove Apts. micrchp,$400-$500
Kenmore HD Lg Capacity mil $100.Dorm frld e Shiloh Mill Rd. SOFA/ LV SEAT -$350, 2 449 4267
Wave $35. Call786-6603 i p computer $1 W'SIDE Multi Family Sale bkshIvs $30ea. Corner DOBIE PUP AKC
wav3$3.Cll CAll 7352 gas grill, tools, tool box shelf case $90, round POP, shots, tails dock,
KitchenApplances Two BMX Bikes20 householditems home table, 4chrs $100. $450$300. 9042754100
Nearly new nchwheelsone i n t e r I o r f I o r a 260-6042

ke r g45 ,, g JMongoose and one prrangemnents, baby ENGLISH BULL DOG
cookto $450 Wall Next bike. Good items, crafts, collect- Solid Oak King 14mo old top stud .
oven $100, dishwasher shape $100. Call Paul ables, clothes, misc T Queen Headboard $700obo. 912-449-4398
k$100, doing major 620-9387 items. 9220 Noroad off n \ with lights, mirror
Ltchen remodeing Old Middleburg Rd. l storage, two ENGLISH BULLDOGS AKC
904-292-0881 Two Twin Beds Thurs, Fri. & Sat. 8-Spm nightstands. Top stor- S&W, hlith cert, $2000
SI Cherry wood pillar age cabinets, triple Ready Now!
Large Business I headboards, mat- Bargain Hunters Galore dresser $675 276 3736 904-259 6448 424.5528
Cooler-781ong x 47 tress, box-springs,
wide x 29 dee $200. frames, comforters, 0. Two Natural White English Mastiff pups-
Double door refrigerator sheets Included Excel- This Sat & Sun have your Wicker Rockers AKC,HCready 10/14/05,
w/ice maker $100. lent cond. 573-0557 $175 garage sale at The '1 With green/beige POP. $1000+
904-388-8535/226-7845 Market Place. Vendor cushions in excel- 904-259-9390/753-3804
SLargeCapacity $400;Soid oak Kit Set $7/Day 891-8460 ENG OLDE BULLDOGS
shape. $100.Will 904-886-0670 ek S Ramona,8,-FLEA Waterbed Queen Sz hith gur, reg, $600-$800
deliver. Call w/bookcase 9 3 1 6 5 9 6 6 4 6
9994-0100 WEDDING DRESS s Household headboard & mirror 931-446-3161
sz 14, only 2yrs old. 9 Furniture complete $50.00.
Maytag Washer white 334-6462 furniture __ Call Rick 307-7364 cell or FRENCH BULL DOGS PUPS
Dryer Nice shape. evening 744. 7250. 2/F, FICA/AKC, S&W,
Can deliver. Call WEIDER Antique Butterfly _________________ $1000+. 904-272-8041
994 0100 $280 1 Multi Station Gym Leaf, trestle table,
New GE Electric 0 $100. Elna sewing perf. cond. $350 960 Machinery GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC
T New GE Eleti machine w/case l^ '264-6364 f & Tools pups, solid black, ger-
./ Black Range $200 $50. Cornet in working man background, sfots
New GE dish- condition w/case $50. Antique Wash & wormed, $500 ea.
washer $100 Black. 908-4830 / Stand Commercial Wet Saw 912-530-9370
Call Ashley 908-7984 1Il Marble top and (tile cutter) $1200.
2 black hoods S Welder t backsplash walnut Call 904-786-6603 CATS ANGELS
--/ Multi-Station Gym CAT/KITTEN ADOPTION
Tanning Bed almost new $100.inasewing drawer and doors. POWER SHEAR -Peck FAIR: PetsMart at
hard used.$1800 obo. machine with case Excellent condition Stow & Wilcox. 16 a St.Johns Town Center
783-8175/403-8643 $50. Cornet in working $375. (904)725-0009 x72" gap shear locate (Off Gateway
condition with case $50. Savannah, GA $3800 Pkwy/JTB.), SatOct
W/D -exc cond, extra Ig 908-4830 BED-A- BARGAIN 912-897-5554 15th 10-Spm.
capacity, $200 for both.
SET w/6 chrs, fossil Queen$120 King$145 higher or sale. old, black, S/W, HC,
W/D-Heavy doout $200; s t o n e & g I a s s M Foam From$340 Call David 219-2089 $250. 912-264-3271
Whirlpool Refridge tbI-$6000bo; Fossil os
w/icemkr $125; 238.3391 stone cof. tbl & 2 end (904) 6740405 MALTESE PUPS 1F/4M,
SableWasher Dryer legs-$300obo. 614-9766 Bed, BIG SALE' 965_ Medical 386-427-9566/299-0290
eas than two t Business/ New Mattress Sets Flex ABed Adjustable, Pekngesepups wk 2M/
years old. Great Business! Wholesale Showroom w/ mattress $700. 2F $300 too cute 777-8705
condition Can deliver 920 Office Public Sale 1/2.Price- 3 Wheel Rally Scooter by amosdk68@aol.com
$400. 994-0100 Twin Sets $79-795 Pride $650 781-4913 PIT BULL PUPS -Reg. all
Going Out of Business Full Sets $99-$295 Wheelchairs (2) shots/papers, lOwks.
905 Articles Sale-Glass showcase 2 Queen Sets $135-$499 o 1SL
For S e sale counters.Custom ing Sets $250 $995 motorized 1 Electric Lift 998-4138 73-1355
Formi ad e w a II u n I Memory Foam close-out chair. Call 745-5991
w/desk.Must sell.Call Can Deliver 334-8574 PBan- BULLS PUPS
3pieceCOntem-Sporn Blue Fawn. ADBA reg.
Spiec 904-388-8535/226-7845 BED RM SET SPC Qn Size 980 Sporting $400ea. 476-8976
p Black & Gold. Lots of Cubicles for sale. $375. Papasun chair w/ __ Pom Pups-Reg, mid size.
L Asking$20. 6 Copera, 2-Sharp ARM cushion $125. stand-up 1 black imale1 wolf
Call 553.6015 350 Digital Imager $3k body mirror $125. Like Cannondale C600 sable female. 693- 3261
each; 2-Gestetner 4502 new.786-6603 Hybrid 24spd
S4x6 UtilityTraller $l5k ea; Sharp ARC150 only rode 3x, pd $800. PUGS -CKC $500, Boxers,
S$200, laptop corn- k All made 2000; Bedroom 4Pc Set $298 Sell $500. OBO C K C / $ 4 0 0 .
puter$100 dorm Lanier 6755 $k 1996; Bedroom4P C.4777879/H.7811704 904-266-2630
refrigerator $40, Call 904-591-8102 HUGE TENT SALE
treadmill 100, German THIS WEEK ONLY! Century Stand with Rottweiler puppies-AKC
camera $100. Shop- Must sell L shaped s d 1Be 19r t SOLb. PunchngBag &POP. $400. Only eft.
smith $400 904 272-7352 wooden desk with L pc Oak Dinette 1 rl And speedsbag 1-904-794-7605
S HP Mulcher mI a k e o f f e r PC Sofa&Chair From ojump r e g o. $200all ae O
,f Mower$65 9m04-88-3/226-78 Rin cCondoPg Jump rape.$200ali Schnauerminiature pup
Mower $65 904-388-au535/226-7845 IVCR's From 9822750 Male, CKCBlack & Silver
SUprightea REST EQUIP-stand up 0 m F Sale a Movie HC,House Trained,Very
CKDD$205 S sleeping R cor o's From I For Sale 8mm Movie smart. $450. 879-3334
ags $30. All VCR freezers, water heaters, Drawer Chests 6 TProjectorexc cond. or 652-8044
player 781-6222 3 sect sink, blue chrs, I CORT CLEARANCE I J Cal 387-1529
booths, 2 antq 12ft TER I SHIH-TZU IF. 1M,
SAquarium Hood French drs, 10ft front (904)36-9000 GOLFCLUBS-RH Taylor Rarecolors, $375 and up.
n w/fluorescent light, door to match, turn of __ Made RS80 driver, 9.5 214-9903
Measures the Century style. degree S-flexoriginal
29" x 11.5" adjustable 251-3004 BOX & MATTRESS SET Taylor Made Ultralite Siamese Cat, seal point.
like new $20.268-2482 n Size. Pillow Top In shaft w/original and female 2yrs old. $75
ke new $20. 268-2482 Workstation / Cubicles plastic $200 (904)674-0405 great grip good con- Call 230-8205 or
A to Z You save up to ONLY $595 edition, w/headcover, 874-1868.
90% on everything now! Herman Miler 8'x 8' BR SET-Limed Oak, full $90; PinAnser 2 Siamese CFA champion
358-2265 259-2292 With Pedestal & Overhead. sz, dresser, chest putterLH, originaland Siamese CFA champM&Fion
SB screenoPhllp Gator Office Furniture drawers, nt stand, good Ping grip b rens,350.880
MagnavoxTV44x58, (904) 724-6400 mattr,.box sprg $300 36-inch. overall
S5 C0 ud0 r Antique 737-8106 length,leadta eon Samese Kttens
50.Car auo C1n wSiamese Kittens
StereaKenwod o ColleEtables BR SUITE Hemngway head withheacover Gorgeous, l0wks old.
KDC30o2.TAH67o R ol Collection $1000, misc $60. Call 287-9729 3 classic Seal Point
4X6TSKDC3025TSAH9RF 67X9,Remov- 922 & Jewelry furn avail 710-1191 leave message 287-0917 Females, 1 Lilac Male.
able facew/case remote '- Captains Queen GUN SHOW Oct 15 -16 Family Friendly.
cntrl $350.4pc Ent ctr ENGAG RING/WED BAND Bed resser, Columbia Co. $300 & up 699449
Cherrywoodbackmirror& SET. Ladies Marquis nightstandhead Fair Grounds IUKS
lights w/60" TV nset$200 dmnd.35c flanked by 18 footbaord 247 Lake Cit, SIBERIAN HUSKIES-2 bk
Call Vlckle904-382-4611 dmnds tot.72c. Dmnd railing, Simmons mat- In 904.461.0273 /wht 2 snow whites
wed band has 8 dimnd tress medium oak Pool Tables 1/2 Price 904.665.6415, 272.5936
unk Bed set Room to tot.32c $2,800 OBO. call e di un Conure-Beautiful,
oA In one $300 777-894 excellent condt All Maple No Formica Ba
All Janet 3339634 paid $2700. Asking $900 Hand Carved 1" slte hand tamedcan handle
S O/P Middleburg Area 491-7996 $1895 Save 334-8574 $300 nc cage. 571-2560
Buying omic books & 925 Computers ExomputerDcon formCrosswalk Twocatsboth are
$2S xs ndxceAlentt d td sh s moA$5del 525x fired one black
related items, xims exercise bike, *14 Adv. modelt525x
Call 904-631-9439 450MHz Pentum excellent condi-ane white
/ 17" Monitor CDRW tion $90. End tables. belt.o325. Ou0. female both two yrs
Children's Cnsign- drive $100 30MHz wood excellent con- Call Jason/Heather atld 904-269-8148
mentSale-121'33 Pentium e15" monl- diton $90 each 645-0630 904-2134384 Wa erbed queenrsz
at Honey Creek Place, toar CDRW drive $80 CallPofrCo2/
V off San Jose& Orange 249.6916 COUCH -gray/wht, & Iv Frofrn Crosswl / w/bokcasethd brd
Pro a O seat maroon floral qn Tredmll-Protech Lmirrorcomplete $50.00
Picker.Oct 7, 8a-7, ot 8, Compaq 23MHz hideabed, pa ink floral cushioning,space Call Rick 377364ce
8a-4pClothes, ae ity 5 ox CDRoM couch, 730-2728 saverlike new.$200 evening 7-250
toys, maternity. 56k Mod, wl ndows, h 0 1Call 264-2931 heatenTerrier Pups-
-4 Chrysler LHS 1999 152MB SDRAM RiC Baby Crib3n 1A &seat 0er-90-
For Sale Cleanr office crystal BP Audio Crib, toddler bed Schwnn omp, Males & FealesAval
loaded runs great onboard Audio. $150 Bill side rails make fu Bowfex ,ike new 10/19. 228-0088
looks great!' 246-0301 7am- 7pm hrodbd and ftbd. Crib gt $550. 412-6063 YORKIE PupsCKC
ook VeKm tnyK OUT -D Wn mattress Inc. $150 obo2 ORIePs1e
1aSmsOnly$6K.s7 C OMPUTER -Dell, Win- e 904-220-5996 STATIONARY BIKE 2 Males Female
CaSam904,334.7573 dows XP with cp er Schwinn, Air dyne $750ea. 904-940-6901
ConvertibleCrib machine/ photo scan fax, DINETTESETBroyhill9C w/pulse meter, $200
c Toddler Ber d lyr old, $ 499 241-1314 (white) $950; Wall Unit 278-0852
3w0th matching (pearl) $850; Sofa Tbi l & WihSeSqaRc
f mattress. Cof. tbl $2s0set; 703-2426 Weight Set S2uat Rack,
n dresser, mattress, $55 0928 cDINiNGRO O UITE324 Bench Press, Leg Ext. &
new 3sh paid $550 28 Electro5 Sics 5 UITE Apccurl, lat pulidown, bars.
Sear Excellent $250 lrg walnut, Sacrifice weights, $250.268- 0720
OBO Melissa 610-5456 46" Sony TV surround $2000. For pix's e-mail Wn
countertop Vending sound. good cond. 7$450. jimemacWclTearwire.net Wind o A AC
9 Machines 72 items Call 231-1022 after 6pm. or call 744-4213 Neat/Cool $300. A/C
arC 7ou2te Endineg tl Blower $25.00,7.0xT15 Transportalon
raiser.Cost$500.00ea. Excellent condition arm chrs, 2 end chr $25.Antique urman cam-
Sacrafice for $100.006ea. l recently serviced, $900. Ent cntr & era $100. 904-272-7352, 1205Boats
Cal 1536-8870/779-9601 under warranty. bkshlvs, pickled wd, _S__ _s_____
CrmnaJustice $700OBO. CallJason $600. Lv seat, ight120Siboats
F Books CRimv 426u (H)213-4384 or beige $200 502-6674985 Trailers .215 Boat Dockage &
CRM 330, CRMl 332, (W)542 8507 ext 105 Enetrtalnment IM Mator Ychts54583etl
CRM 419, CRM 430 ,Q 51" Inch TV 4 Sale 1l Center 33ft enclosed Goose ane Suppes
ContactMary For Info. And stereo equip t rHOldsw32 inch Stack.'96, wired 12v & 10RV'san Supplies
61290983 FIent. Call 778-2464 CD Wooden.3 shelf. lov. 2 winches. ,R an S ies
Storage on side. $30 Tandem axle. $6k obo. 1235 RV Rentals
CRUTCHES-Wood, youR -65" cost912-674-4084 andern axe $6k obo.
Sradjustable and I SCREEN -65" Mits 9270 Call 904-230-9856 L300Motorcycles/Mini .
nicely padded. Dia Series, digital HD Entertainment TANDEM WHEEL Car Bikes
Long pair and a 4yrs old $1200 221-6759 e Center Hauler $400; 11.5 UtIl.L 1305Auto Brokers
shortpar. Likesnew. CFor Sale OInchlTV 81? "x73"Whitewash Trir w/drive on gate l310 AutouParts
Each pair $8 268- 2482 Very Nice $700. finish. MaxTV size $500*904779-2464 131Auto Rent/Lease
Darkroom revolving j41 Getting 62 inch, 36"x31" Extremely solid 5 94R
aroroihaveno room for built. Askin $250 1320 Antiques/Classics
door-exc cond $15 80.6834 or 317.0973 99o Wanted To L3Automobiles
90438 55/2.784 .of Formal Dining 9 Buy Or Trade 1335 $2000 or Less
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rmExcell9eent condition m pr $1200 317-0529 T Virginia shoulder 1345Vans/Buses
$.Call 573-2863 bullet tweeter 6.5 Inch Formal Living Rm Couch l1 tAab COiT ete 150 MiC. Auto
SFiberglass Truck woven cone woofer & Queen Anne ChairsS. pi';w'd-o x 153S Autos/Trucks
T Topper-For small $150 OBO Call Like nw$700.641-7637 .eemail Wanted
Q nk.pick-up. Excellent 904 710-3931 Beando4CNRC. Navy.mil ___ _1o5 77
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gently painted blackAC/Heat/colors with bur-
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/ Pool. Disassembled 2.5 Ton e-ressor, 85-7117 Boats or Yachts $45
Sready togo. Con- $600obo. 742-9736d14ff Aluminum
tact2Stephanie0623 F woo, Pets and John Boat With
Stockup Now and cut Chest H4.ope E AK P.UPIES 0 board, Johnson
HOT TUB/SPA your heating cost! Cal $40.2 'nia board, johnson
S person redwood Split/Seasoned Black- Call982-2750 Livestock r extras $650. Call
cabinet, lounger, 24 jack Lveoak & 1 iUving Room Fu Snliesu 716-7338
jets, like new, sacrifice Wateroak revered Sofas-Two $150 1010 Pet s and Supplies 17L Hydrostream
$1495. 904-349-4014 386.649-4261 each; Arm chairs...i
KITCHEN CABINETS- two $100 each; 560 Financial V11HpNotilt/Tri
solid wood, over 10 units Garage Rocker arm chair & galvanized trailer
avail cheap. 866-0992 945 Sales $1600. 384-7809
SLarge Mirror $25 MOVING -2 person 101ol fI Pet's ^&1'SaRy'
S Caleca Pasta ARGYLE FOREST BLVD. recliner $100. fulsz Supplies 18'Sea Ray 198
Caleb P9s $0 CHIMNEY4 LAKESV bookcase hdbrd S $75. I1 Mercury outboard.
$25 sofa exc condo. Sale Sat Oct 15 lighted dis9A nctr w/d ~ ,
Arl. Yard Sale Sat. ,-12 27" TV $20. 367-1843 Designer Puppies65
Men's Leather 11582 Dunes Way N. MOVING S.W. Onpc BR WheatonTerrer, 18'SearayBowrlder'98,
Cowboy Boots baby, children stuff. hh. $1200obo En' ctr $ Chihuahua, Cockapoos, 125 Mercury Outboard.
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17FT SUNBIRD Bowrlder, leather boots. Call Matt Honda Clv 9c $29mo wac. 899-5820 J5d -'97, 97K MI, VS, 4dr St#F728 $14,988 s t
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