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Creation Date: October 20, 2005
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Customer Service
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Fire Prevention
Firefighters Educate Public On Fire Safety
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Hispanic Fiesta
YAC Celebrates Hispanic Month
Page 12


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2005


www.jaxairnews.com


- iA CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


City cracks down on payday loans


Jacksonville City

Council approves

new interest rate

limitations

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
On Oct. 11, the Jackson-
ville City Council ap-
proved Bill No. 2005-
1012, which caps payday loan
interest rates at an annual rate
of 36 percent for military mem-
bers and prohibits payday
lenders from contacting com-
manding officers of military cus-
tomers in an attempt to collect
loans and garnishing military
wages and salaries.
An amendment was also
passed extending the 36 percent
interest rate cap to civilians.
This is a huge difference from
the 390 percent previously
allowed under state law.
The bill also prohibits payday
lenders from operating within
five miles of military installa-
tions and trying to collect loans
from military customers or their
spouses when the member has
been deployed.
"I think this is a great proac-
tive move by the Jacksonville
City Council. There are certain
aspects to military service that
make military members more
susceptible to being taken


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor


he Navy Wives Club of
America (NWCA) Jax No.
86 will host the 2005 Navy
Wives Club of America Conven-
tion at the NAS Jacksonville
Officers' Club Oct. 23-28. NWCA
President Denise Johnson of San
Diego, Calif., will preside over
the seven-day event.
More than 120 delegates from
all over the world are expected
to attend this year's convention.
The theme for this year's con-


advantage of by payday loan
lenders and this a good protec-
tion," said NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson, who testified at the
meeting.
During the council meeting,
Dobson testified that military
leaders are concerned that wide-
spread financial stress in the
ranks, a documented problem
many of them partly attribute to
predatory lending, may be
adversely affecting readiness.
And, if readiness is adversely
affected, our national security is
adversely affected.
"Military personnel need to
worry about protecting our free-
dom, not about meeting ever
increasing payments to payday
lenders," he stated.
The ordinance also states
that: "a payday lender cannot
use any loan disguises or agency
or partnership agreements
between in-state entities and
out-of-state banks, where the in-
state agent collects the revenues
generated by payday loans made
to Duval County residents."
Such disguises, agency or part-
nership agreements by a payday
lender will be considered a
scheme and are illegal.
Payday lenders are also pro-
hibited from requiring electronic
access to a customer's account in
a financial institution as a con-
dition of entering into a con-
tract.
"The Jacksonville City Council

See PAYDAY, Page 11


vention is "Salute to Our
Heroes."
"We are very proud to be the
host club for 67th annual
NWCA National Convention at
the NAS Jacksonville Officers'
Club," said NWCA Jax No. 86
President and Convention
Chairman Amy Johnson. "It is
going to be great having all of
our activities aboard the base
and be able to showcase our mil-
itary and the city during the
weeklong event."
Pearl Aran, NWCA Jax No. 86
membership chairman ex-


Florida Internet companies ordered to shut down
From Staff
On Oct. 14, a permanent injunction was approved by the
Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit for Duval County to
shut down all "Internet sales" or "office rental" companies
in Duval County. This means all Florida Internet companies are
no longer allowed to conduct business as payday lenders in the
Jacksonville area. Two Florida Internet companies were located
near NAS Jacksonville and two near NS Mayport.
The injunction was requested by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid.
which said the Florida Internet name was a ruse to disguise the
true nature of the business. The injunction was granted following
a temporary injunction that was approved June 20, 2005. The
injunction came after two plaintiffs argued the company was per-
forming deceptive practices and that military consumers would
risk severely adverse career consequences should they fail to
make the interest payments after taking out a payday loan and if
the company was allowed to continue pursuing collection through
military command channels.
According to the final judgment, the injunction serves the pub-
lic interest and will discourage further victimization of the local
population, prevent the defendants from engaging in criminal
loan activities and reduce the threat of compromised military
readiness.


Ball observes 230 years of Navy progress and sacrifice
By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer


Sailors and civilians cele-
brated the 230th anniver-
sary of the Navy with a
ball held at the NAS Jackson-
ville Officers' Club Saturday
evening. Inspiring speakers,
music and a gourmet meal made
the Navy Ball an evening to
remember.
After the NAS Jacksonville
Honor Support Team paraded
the colors, Chaplain (Cmdr.)
Michael Mikstay delivered an
invocation as guests bowed their
heads in prayer. "Tonight we
especially remember those who
are engaged in combat around
our world and for those who suf-
fer the violence of war." Just
after he finished, a Scottish bag-
pipe player wearing a white
tunic and dark flannel kilt
solemnly marched up the center
aisle and performed "Amazing
Grace."
Master of Ceremony NAS
Jacksonville CMDCM(AW)


plained that Jax No. 86 wel-
comes the opportunity to host
such an important event and
the many wonderful delegates.
"Our local chapter is excited.
This convention is a golden
opportunity to show case our
Jax No. 86, the naval air station
and the history of the region."
According to Johnson, this
year's attendees will have a full
schedule to attend to. "We hope
to get a lot of NWCA business
out of the way and have time to
show the delegates our city,"
Johnson stated.


"Revision of bylaws, the role
Navy wives play in today's Navy
and gaining and retaining mem-
bers are topics that will be dis-
cussed during the event," she
continued.
Guest speakers from Washing-
ton, 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

See WIVES, Page 11


Adm. Michael Mullen
Chief of Naval Operations


CNO


Guidance


2006

Meeting challenge

of a new era

From Chief.of Naval
Operations Public Affairs
Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen
released his 2006 Guid-
ance for the Navy Oct. 14.
Mullen's guidance outlines his
top three priorities, his specific
objectives to address those priori-
ties, and what he expects from
each Sailor to achieve his vision.
He noted that we all live in a
new era, which is "plagued by
uncertainty and change and
unrestricted warfare, an era of
shifting global threats and chal-
lenging new opportunities," he
said.
Underpinning his guidance -
which is rooted in the framework
of Sea Power 21 are his top
three priorities; sustained com-
bat readiness, building a fleet for
the future and developing 21st
Century leaders.
Mullen said that of all the chal-
lenges the Navy faces, building
the future fleet is the biggest.
Specifically, he pointed out that
the 2006 budget currently in
Congress calls for only four ships,
and he is not "anxious to stay
there."
He addressed this and his
other two priorities by outlining
seven specific objectives ranging
from continuing support in the
war on terrorism to determining
the proper size of the future fleet
to continuing executing Sea
Warrior and other ongoing man-
power and personnel transforma-
tional efforts that will help the
Navy achieve his "top three."
The guidance includes 10
"Guiding Principles" warfight-
ing, people, teamwork, jointness,
leadership, accountability and
integrity, alignment, risk man-
agement, commitment to change
and effects-based thinking that
he says must "guide and inform
our actions every day."
"Our success in defense of this
nation depends upon the men
and women of the United States
Navy active, reserve and civil-
ian, and their families," Mullen
wrote. "Personal and family
readiness are vital to combat
readiness." He also pointed out
that he doesn't talk about people

See CNO, ... 11


TOUCH NG NMV RS volunteer seminar wives clubs and enlisted wives clubs, spouses of commanding officers, exec-
utive officers or command master chiefs and any others interested in sup-
All interested personnel are encouraged to attend a volunteer seminar porting the volunteer efforts of the society. The intent of the seminar is not
AB E Nov. 8 at 9 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. The seminar will be presented to recruit volunteers from those attending, but to help them identify potential
by Barbara Sheffer, director of volunteer support for the Navy-Marine Corps volunteers from their respective commands. Following the event, a free
B A S This training seminar is designed for ombudsmen, members of officer's Seating is limited, RSVP to Diane Bennett at 542-3515 by Nov. 3.
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See NAVY BALL, Page 11

Navy Wives Club of America Convention begins Saturday


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2 JaxAlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 20, 2005


Are you a hard or sot
By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief


H oo-yah, Warriors.
Fleet Thompson cov-
ered identity theft in
a recent article, and I
encourage you to read it. I
would like to follow along
the same lines about per-
sonal and home security -
whether 'you live in town or
in military or PPV housing.
Keeping a home secure and
safe can be a challenge.
While we continue to
improve security efforts, we
all know it's not feasible to
make housing areas 100
percent secure. I wish it
were.
Since wishing doesn't
work, what's the answer?
You are. I am. We all are.
It's a fact that thieves go
for the easy targets rather
than the challenge of a well-
protected target. So it's up
to us to help our police and
security forces by making
sure we offer only the hard-
est possible targets for
crime.
So how do we do this? A
lot of it is common-sense
approaches to home and
personal security, and I'll
talk about that in just a sec-


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
ond. But one of the most
important ways is attitude.
Too many times our
younger families are still in
that "invulnerability" mode.
Let's face it; some people
don't think anything can
happen to them. And that's
the person or home thieves
live for. I ask you all to
remember that bad things
can happen to any of us, but
we can reduce that risk by
taking some appropriate
measures.
When I went looking for
research, I ran across the
Home Safety Council
(www.homesafetycouncil.org
/), Honolulu Police
Department (www.hon-


ft target for crime?


olulupd.org/) and Naval
Safety Center (www.safety-
center.navy.mil/) Web sites.
They all had some great
information I'd like to share.
First off, let's look at
Numero Uno yourself. We
all need to look after our-
selves and our families to
make sure we are not mak-
ing either a target.
I know this sounds like a
port visit safety brief, but
bear with me. Foreign port
or here at home, sadly there
are bad people everywhere.
Here are some tips from the
Honolulu Police on keeping
yourself safe:
Trust your instincts. If
you suspect something is
wrong, or if a situation
seems dangerous, you are
probably right ... get out of
there.
Don't dismiss suspicious
people, cars or situations.
Don't assume they are "OK."
If you see a policeman or
security guard, mention it.
Record the license plate
number and take a mental
picture.
If someone is following
you on foot, change direction
or cross the street and vary
your pace. If the person is in
a car, turn and walk in the
opposite direction.


FROM THE FLEET


Avoid dangerous situa-
tions and .don't invite trou-
ble. Use good judgment
about where you go, what
you do and what time you
do it.
Next we need to look at
how we are protecting the
home, which also protects us
as well.
According to the Home
Safety Council (HSC), most
break-ins actually occur
during the day. Many of
them are committed by
teenagers and are crimes of
opportunity. The best
opportunity is the vacant
home since it provides an
inviting target.
The key is to think like a
burglar. Most are looking
for something quick and
easy. The HSC offers these
tips to help you prevent
being robbed:
Keep your bushes and
shrubs trimmed and off the
windows. A huge shrub pro-
viding cover against your
windows is a burglar's wel-
come mat.
Organize and/or partici-
pate in a neighborhood
watch. Local police can help
you, and those signs around
the neighborhood tell poten

See CRIME, Page 10


Family Life: Single


ON THE HOMEFRONT Past Duty Stations: FISC Jax
I Career Plans: To continue working at NAS
Shopping and military men don't always go together Jax until I'm able to retire.
By Sarah Smiley surprises (Don't they say we do for would have tried to make an equation
Special Contributor others what we wish for ourselves?), out of it. Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
but to my dismay, he seemed a little Thirty minutes later-about the throughout Europe.
If you are keeping score (because I overwhelmed. Was it guilt, I wondered. time Ford was throwing my shorts
sure am), you know that Dustin is No, turns out it was fear. Because now over the dressing room door and Owen
losing the gift-giving game here at Dustin knows my birthday (this week- had escaped with my socks-Dustin Words of Wisdom: Go Navy!
the Se ilht house __ .3 I - -I i "Y -.- 1


Let's review.
For Christmas 2004, Dustin chose
not to buy me a necklace that I had
circled, highlighted and decorated with
arrows in the catalog, and instead he
gave me a gift card to Home Depot.
When I cried and asked him, "Why, oh
why, didn't you buy the necklace?" he
said, "Because it looked so girly." (Just
in case you're confused, yes, I am a
girl.)
Then there was Valentine's Day. I
got a membership to the local gym.
True, I wanted the membership, but
nonetheless, here's a tip to husbands-
even if your wife says, "No, no, don't
bother buying me anything," what she
really means is, "If you don't get me
the leather boots I've secretly been
longing for, you won't forget it for the
next 40 years."
This August we celebrated Dustin's
30th birthday. And to be sure, I do
mean celebrated. First, I secretly
brought in Dustin's family and
arranged for a surprise party at a
resort. This all paled, however, to what
I gave Dustin next, the most coveted
and thrilling of all male gifts...an
XBox game system.
I had truly smothered Dustin with


end) better be good.
So on Sunday Dustin agreed to take
me shopping at my favorite clothing
store. He even offered to keep an eye
on the kids and prevent them from
wriggling in and out from under the
dressing room door. "It will be.kind of
fun," I think I heard him say.
Well, I should have known. Dustin
finds zero pleasure in shopping. To
him it is an excruciating experience
marked by intermittent moments of
panicking over expense. There is no
rhyme or reason to shopping, and
therefore, Dustin's military brain can't
find anything to latch on to.
So I tried to make it systematic for
him. Coming out of the dressing room
with a pile of clothes in my arms, I
said to Dustin, "Do me a favor and
help me figure out this problem. If I
like shirt A and shirt B, but shirt B
only goes with pants C, and shirt A
only goes with pants D, which outfit
should I buy?"
I peekedover my shoulder at him as
'I turned to walk away, and let me tell
you, he looked serious. He even had his
SAT-face on and everything. If I had
given him a scratch piece of paper and
a pencil to tuck behind his ear, he


came to me looking confused. i reauy
don't know which outfit makes the
most sense to buy," he said.
I smiled and said, "Good, then I'll get
both."
We went to the counter, and because
I had a few returns to do first, the
whole checkout process was a little
complicated-something about return-
ingthe merchandise first, putting a
credit on our card, then subtracting
my previous discount and adding it to
the current one. Suddenly Dustin was
interested. A real math problem to
solve!
While he and the associate reviewed
the financial aspects of my purchase, I
shopped- nearby for matching jewelry
and socks. When it was all said and
done, Dustin had made pencil marks
and notations up and down my
receipts. He inspected it so thoroughly,
SI thought I might die of agony.
As we left I decided, quite confident-
ly, that shopping for my birthday is so
much easier when Dustin is deployed.
And next year, I won't ask for anything
... I'll just go and buy it.

Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


Grief classes offered
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Pastoral Care Depart-
ment is offering their Grief Reconciliation Group,
Seven Steps Toward Healing Nov. 1 through Dec.
13. The classes will be offered each Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.
Classes will consist of:
Week 1 The process of grief, mourning and reconcilia-
tion
Week 2 Communication with family and friends
Week 3 Pain and sadness, confrontation and escape
Week 4 Caring for yourself
Week 5 Anger
Week 6 Guilt
Week 7 Reconciliation
For more information or to sign up call 542-7531/2 or
stop by the Pastoral Care Department on the second floor
at Naval Hospital Jacksonville.




Reminder...

Active duty personnel are reminded that
Weekend Sick Call is:
8 a.m. noon in the
Naval Hospital Emergency Room


HEY, MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan!
My wife and I were going
to Disney World with anoth-
er couple so I checked the
Internet for a place to stay
and found a vacation resort
just two miles from the
front gate. We got a two-
bedroom, two-bath town
house with a full kitchen
and living room for less
than $200 per night.
When I checked-in, they
sent us over to get a wel-
come package. I found out
that I was really staying in
a time-share and they
would give me $100 cash if I
would sign-up for a "free"
breakfast and listen to their
sales pitch.
I did and, to be honest, it
sounds like a great deal! I
need to make a deposit of
around $2,000 and then
finance the, rest at $490 per
month.
After five years, I get to
vacation for free for the rest
of my life. I also earn points
for vacations at, other
resorts. They wanted me to
make a decision right then,
but I waited until I could
talk with my command
financial specialist (CFS).
My CFS advised me not to
do it, but I still am not sure
why this isn't a great deal.
It seems a lot cheaper than
staying in a hotel every time


I go on vacation. Do you
know anything about the
vacation resorts?
MoneyMan Sez:
Vacations are for fun and
few of them are inexpensive.
There are lots of options
when choosing where to go
on vacation and where to
stay once you get there. As
a military service member,
you have options not avail-
able to most others and
some of our bases offer great
.vacation spots at great
prices.
While time-shares may be
fine for some, I believe that
for most of us they are a bad
deal. Why? Because they
restrict when and where
you can go on vacation and
most of them are very
expensive.
I checked into one of the
more popular ones in
Orlando. Here is the deal.
You pay around $20,000 for
one week in a two-bedroom,
two-bath town house. They
want 10 percent down and
will finance the rest at 16.9
percent APR. You pay $490
per month for 60 months.
But, you must add the
$600 annual maintenance
fee and about $125 per year
in taxes. Let's add it up.
Let's say you intend to use
this town house for 15
years. First you'put $2,000


down, then pay $490 per
month for 60 months which
adds up to $29,400.
Then you add $725 per
year for 15 years which is
an additional $10,875. All
together you will pay
$42,275 for one week's vaca-
tion. And that is assuming
the maintenance fees and
taxes do not go up at all
during the 15 years.
Average cost? It comes to
$2,818 per week or over


$400 per night.
You still must get to your
'destination, pay for your
meals and pay for your
entertainment. Seems very
expensive to me! Moreover,
if you were able to rent a
two-bedroom town house for
less than $200 per night,
why would you want to pay
$400 per night to own one?
More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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SRBH3(RW) JENNIFER LONG

i ,0AJob title/command:
NAS Jax Air Terminal


SHometown: Hodgenville, Ky.

Family Life: Recently engaged

1 Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy

Career Plans: To attend college while on
shore duty, get my degree and leave the Navy.

Most Interesting Experience: Visiting
many different countries while on deployment.

Words of Wisdom: What matters most is
not the hours you put into a day, but what you
put into those hours.


IILJ;;SW! lsl;;.YK)VA mmmw;x;lmm


JORN COLE

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply Department

Hometown: Pensacola




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Hispanic American



Luncheon embraces


By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer
October is Hispanic
American Heritage
Month, a time that
allows the opportunity to
celebrate a culture that
still shapes the diverse
image of the United States.
On Thursday, NAS Jack-
sonville celebrated the con-
tributions and culture of
Hispanic Americans at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club
with a festive luncheon
featuring several speakers,
special cuisine and art-
work.
The luncheon began with
the NAS Jacksonville
Honor Support Team
parading the colors, just
before Chaplain (Lt.) Jose
Molina gave an inspiring
invocation.
Descriptive of Hispanics
serving in the Navy,
Molina outlined their con-
tributions as everyone
bowed their heads. "Their
sacrifices are motivated by
selfless service and love,
and reflect inner charac-
ter," he remarked.
Keynote Speaker Andres
Rojas described family life
after immigrating to the
United States from Cuba.
He reiterated his gratitude
for being an American citi-
zen.
"My father never com-


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Porcelain sculptures, paintings and musical instru
guests to peruse represented several Central a
American countries.
plained about the job that daily basis. He w
tore open his hands on a ful just to find wo


Heritage



diversity
port us," said Rojas. "Hard
Rojas, the work, though, is only half
speaker for of the Hispanic American's
S Jackson- story. The other half is that
Hispanic we are fortunate to live in
r i c a n America, where diversity is
i t a g e celebrated. Here, we are
h e o n welcomed, instead of facing
bed the life in countries where eth-
nodel his nic cleansing and other
became crimes are the norm."
moving his Guests savored a lunch
to the of Spanish rice, spiced
d States green beans, baked chick-
uba. en, tea and cake.
En route to their seats,
several luncheon partici-
pants perused a display
highlighting the art and
culture of Latino people.
Painted porcelain figurines
stood on tables next to
musical instruments.
RP2(SW/AW) Rosa Perez
from the base chapel, held
up a wooden bottle filled
with fragrant roots for fla-
voring liquor. "This is
called a mama guana," she
said to one observer.
As guests ate and chat-
ted, disc jockey Keith
Cawthern kept the rapid
rhythms of Mexican,
Puerto Rican and South
American music coming.
The music seemed to
iments for prompt Sandra Esterling
and South from her seat. In a white
dress trimmed in red and
blue, she began moving her
vas grate- body in tune to a
rk to sup- Meringue, a dance from


Sandra Esterling and AZ1 Daniel Rodriguez kept a captive
audience while dancing the lively Meringue during the annual
Hispanic American Heritage Luncheon Oct. 13.


the Dominican Republic.
"The colors of my dress
represent the flag of the
Dominican Republic,"
Esterling said. Rapidly,
AZ1 Daniel Rodriguez rose
to join her on the dance
floor, his summer white
uniform complimenting.
her dress.
The eyes of the audience
watched the pair spin and
whirl across the room. Two


Sailors joined Rodriguez
and Esterling on the dance
floor.
Some guests wondered
aloud where they could
take dancing lessons to
learn the Meringue.
For the Sailors and civil-
ians in attendance, the
luncheon was yet another
reminder that something
new can always be learned
about another culture.


Resources for families moving household goods after Hurricane Katrina


From NAVSUP


Moving can be a
challenging experi-
ence under normal
circumstances, but Navy
families never had moves
like the ones caused by the
aftermath of Hurricane
Katrina.
Because of the ongoing
recovery effort, military
members and civilian
employees in the Gulf
Coast may experience chal-
lenges moving in and out of
the area.
According to the Naval
Supply Systems Command
(NAVSUP) there are a
number of resources to help
Navy families navigate
through the moving process
during this difficult period.
"Katrina caught some
Navy families mid-move,"
said Ron Fevola, NAVSUP's
Household Goods director.
"They may be wondering
what's left of their house-
hold goods and where they
are. We want Navy families
to know where to find
answers about moving
household goods."
To find out what hap-


opened to household goods
that were in transit, Fevola
advises Sailors and employ-
ees to contact their mover
or the nearest personal
property office.
Any personal property
office can assist an employ-
ee or member of any serv-
ice. Go online to http://
afmove.hq.af.mil and click
on "Installation Directory,"
or call the Navy Personnel
Command's Emergency
Coordination Center at
877-414-5358.
For members needing
help within the Southeast
Region, Navy Personal
Property Offices and their
phone numbers located in
the hurricane stricken
region include the following
by state:
Florida:
NAF Key West Inbound
(305) 293-2973, Outbound
(305) 293-2552
NAS Pensacola Inbound
(850) 452-4727, Outbound
(850) 452-4654
NSA Panama City (850)
234-4317
Louisiana:
NAS Joint Reserve Base
New Orleans Inbound


(504) 678-3818/9225,
Outbound: (504) 678-9225
Mississippi:
NAS Meridian Inbound
(601) 679-2123, Outbound
(601) 679-2164
Texas:
Corpus Christi Inbound
(361) 961-3728, Outbound
(361) 961-3729
NAS Joint Reserve Base
Fort Worth Inbound (817)
782-7304, Ext. 232,
Temporary Storage (817)
782-7213, Ext. 228.
If service members or
civilians need to file claims


for loss and damage to
household goods that were
in-transit or in storage dur-
ing Katrina, please contact
the Navy Legal Services
Office Pensacola at 850-
452-5357 or DSN 922-5357.
Claim forms are also
available online at
pawar.navy.mil/NavyFamili
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Assistance".
Those with orders out of
the affected area should
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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 20, 2005 5


Hospital Customer Service Week


focuses on family centered care
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville put the spotlight on deliver-
ing great family centered care Oct. 3-7 as the staff cele-
brated Customer Service Week 2005.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Customer Relations
Division Officer Marsha Childs explained, "The Purpose of '. -
this week-long observance was to recognize our staff for
the valuable contributions they make to our beneficiaries
everyday through great customer service. It also provided
an opportunity for our clinics to share health tips and for
hospital leadership to let our patients know that we are
committed to great customer service."
Childs said the event's success was the result of the con-
tributions of numerous clinics, departments and individu- Photos by HN Dulce Perez Roman
als. Some of the events featured during the week included: CS1 Jamar Hargress does a healthy stir fry cooking demon-
A Health Fair through which clinics and departments station during Customer Service Week.
such as OB/GYN, the Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Wellness Center, Urology and the hospital's Health .
Benefits Office dispersed valuable healthcare information. ato1-
A healthy chicken stir-fry demonstration by Child a o p
Street Caf6' culinary specialists. -
A golf-swing clinic featuring 19th Hole Golf Pro Tim
Hooks.
Jazz saxophone entertainment by the Health Benefits t
Office's Robert Actkinson.
A Breast Cancer Awareness Day observance on Oct.
12 with participation from the Ribbons and Roses Breast
Cancer Survivor Support Group and information from our
Breast Care Case Manager Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten.
Thursday was "Kids' Day," featuring Chuckles D'Clown
and Joey the Clown as well as visits from the Fire
Department's Pluggy the Fireplug and Security's McGruff The Diabetic Clinic's HM3 Jillian Killmer shares information
the Crime Prevention Dog. The Dental Department also with a hospital patient.
conducted a dental hygiene clinic for the kids and Babies During the week, "Caught In The Act" tickets were pro-
R Us presented a mini-baby fair familiarizing parents vided to patients that they could give to staff members
with the importance of using car safety seats for children. they felt delivered outstanding customer service. A draw-


Red Cross luncheon honors volunteers
By Loren Barnes .v:.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville '
Public Affairs "' .


The Northeast Florida
Chapter of the Amer-
ican Red Cross recog-
nized the selfless contribu-
tions of Red Cross volun-
teers in our military facili-
ties, especially the more
than 100 volunteers we
have working at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville at the
annual Volunteer Appre-
ciation Luncheon Oct. 12.
The event was held in the
NAS Jacksonville Officer's
Club.
Special guests at this
year's event were Jack
Morgan, chief executive
officer Northeast Florida
Chapter of the American
Red Cross and keynote
speaker Sue Bisesi, Red
Cross volunteer. Bisesi
noted in her remarks that
she had volunteered since
she was four years old and
like the Red Cross volun-
teers at the luncheon has
found it an enriching part
of her life in many ways.
The luncheon was organ-
ized by Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Red Cross
Chairperson Helen Dona-
hoe, Co-chair Anne Owen
and Community Volunteer
Coordinator for the
Northeast Florida Chapter,
American Red Cross Judy
Pisano. Delivering the invo-
cation for the luncheon was
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.)
Ruben Ortiz.
During the luncheon, Red
Cross Certificates of
Appreciation were present-
ed to each volunteer and
they were honored for their
years of volunteerism. The
person with the most years
to her credit, 46 years, was
Josephine Dombroski, who
volunteers in the hospital
pharmacy.
Following the event,
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Commanding Officer
Capt. Raquel Bono said, "I
was happy to be present to
hand out certificates of
appreciation to each of our
volunteers and to express
the hospital's gratitude for
their invaluable work and
support. Our volunteers are
a big part of what puts the
'family' in the 'family cen-
tered care' we deliver every
day to our beneficiaries."
Bono also accepted a
Certificate of Appreciation
from the Northeast Florida
Chapter of the American
Red Cross recognizing the
long-time partnership
between the two organiza-
tions. Red Cross volunteers
have been an integral part
of the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville staff since the
1940s.
Today, they can be found
throughout the facility,
driving the shuttle cart in


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Photos by HM 1 Michael Morgan
Anne Owen and Helen Donahoe, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Red Cross co-chairs, (first and
second from left) and Jack Morgan, CEO Northeast Florida Chapter, American Red Cross
(right) present Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono a -
Certificate of Appreciation recognizing the hospital's long-term partnership with the Red Cross.
A favorite of every year's .... I h


Red Cross Appreciation
Luncheon is the musical
harmonies of the
Red Cross trio.
Entertaining the crowd
this year is Sheila Hooper,
Helen Donahoe
and Gigi Mitchell.
the parking lot, serving
patients in the clinics and
pharmacy and offering spe-
cialized services such as
delivering cookies, books
and magazines to patients
on the wards. Besides
brightening the days of
patients and visitors the
volunteers are a tremen-
dous asset for hospital
staff.
The Hospital Red Cross is
always looking for more
volunteers. For more infor-
mation call 542-7525.


Joey The Clown (DT1 Joseph Watts of Branch Health Clinic
Jacksonville) presents a balloon animal to Muriel Diaz, 3,
during the "Kids Day" portion of the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Customer Service Week observance Oct. 3-7.
ing was held last Friday from the collected "Caught in the
Act" tickets awarding some great prizes to the staffers
whose names were drawn.
For more information on Naval Hospital Jacksonville
services go to navalhospitaljax.com on the Internet.


Donations still being accepted

The base chapel is still collecting items for
Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Food items,
water, diapers and gift cards are accepted.
Clothing items are no longer needed. Please
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PR3 Andrew Johnson of Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment's Jacksonville Patrol Squadron Operational
Detachment Three works on a survival raft while on deploy-
ment to Bahrain.


AIMD Jax VP-OPDET-3 helps



support global war on terrorism
By Lt. Elliott Youngblood J hydraulic components and
AIMD PAO '-j providing weapons sup.
port.


In early summer, Air-
craft Intermediate
Maintenance Detach-
ment's (AIMD) Jackson-
ville Patrol Squadron Op-
erational Detachment
Three (VP-OPDET-3) de-
ployed in support of VP-
45's deployment to Bah-
rain.
Since their arrival in
theater, VP-OPDET-3 per-
sonnel have been instru-
mental in the closing of
AIMD Diego Garcia and
the merging of its func-
tions and personnel with
that of the Aviation Unit in
Bahrain.
This critical move was
needed in order to bring
intermediate maintenance
level support closer to the
troops in the Fifth Fleet
area of responsibility
(AOR).
The detachment is now
called Commander, Fleet
Air Western Pacific De-
tachment AIMD Bahrain.
Previously, the aviation


AE2 April Hamler works on some paperwork during Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detachment's Jacksonville Patrol
Squadron Operational Detachment Three's recent deploy-
ment to Bahrain.


unit only provided basic
ground support equipment
support to local squadrons.
Upon completion of the
merger, Bahrain was
immediately able to sup-
port multiple type model
aircraft and ships in the
AOR, including local pro-
peller build-up capability,


which saved time and
money. The days of having
to ship built-up propellers
from Japan at a cost of
$120,000 each are now
over
AIMD Bahrain is respon-
sible for repairing aircraft
tires, aircraft skin, build-
ing propellers, working on


Furthermore, it is now
able to provide better and
faster support to the
warfighters. AIMD
Bahrain is also responsible
for the inspection and
repair of all support equip-
ment from Iraq to
Afghanistan to Djibouti,
Africa.
As AIMD Bahrain pre-
pares for the maintenance
program assist scheduled
in November and the avia-
tion maintenance inspec-
tion in February, their suc-
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to the hard work and dedi-
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Operating from the same sheet of paper
By Chaplain (Lt.) hoping our faith, "Good tim-
Troy Todd Iu m II' C NUER ber does not grow with
NAS Jax Chapel C HAR LAIN' RU NER ease. The stronger the wind
the stronger the trees."
F ear often creeps into In the face of an
our lives when we family to be on the "same n t f ii
lack understanding of sheet of paper." unknown future it is
the events of life going onf A second empowering always good to have a plan
the events of life going on plan of action is to have a of action. Allow family
around us. A Japanese .. .1^pl^a t ..h^ members and friends to


proverb states this idea
best, "Fear is only as deep
as the mind allows."
To overcome fear a person
needs to turn their mental
attention in the direction of
faith. The best remedy to
overcome fear is to feed our
faith so that our fears will
starve to death.
Cicero has a good thought
that can be applied here; "A
man full of courage is also
full of faith". Concerning
faith and Navy ships at
sea, an English proverb
contains an excellent
thought, "A smooth sea
never made a skilled
mariner." To overcome fear,
we need to develop our
faith.
We would not need faith
if those unexpected life
events could be planned
well in advance. Looking
into our crystal ball we
could see when a junior
family member backs the
car into a tree, or when a
grease fire might happen in
the kitchen, or when an ill-
ness might take place.
But, the reality is, that
there will be those unex-
pected, misfortunate events
in life that will cross our
path unannounced. We
can't all be on the same


sheet of paper prior to an
event because we cannot
see into the future.
What can we do in the
face of the unknown and
uncertainty about the
future? The very first
essential plan of action,
that we can do right now, is
tell our family members
how much we value, cher-
ish, and love them.
Our hearts are permeat-
ed with deep vast emotions
when we hear that word
love stemming from the life
of a family member. To
know that someone loves
you is a good thing; to hear
the word love is even better.
Take the time, make the
time to tell your family,
individually, how much
they mean to you and how
much you love them. This
will allow everyone in your


UeveiUpeu, t Lii Ugtb oUL
response that can be easily
retrieved whenever a crisis
falls into your lap. What
would you do about your
car if in a wreck, or if it
broke down on the side of
the road? Where do you go
for help to repair extensive
house damage?
Having a pre-event plan
of action can ease the
impact of the unknown.
Being proactive can help
ease the tension of a situa-
tion. A pre-event plan of
action allows more people
to be on the "same sheet of
paper."
A final source of power to
include in your plan of
action is to understand that
God is always with us
whatever may come our
way. An old church saying
goes like this; "I might not
know what the future may
hold, but I do know who
holds the future [God].
The problems in life
make us more resilient in
our walk of faith. Williard
Marriott has a thought that
can be paralleled to devel-


become your support group
whenever you are having
strenuous difficulties. A
plan of action includes sup-
port, a ready stand by
phone call list to spread the
word if a crisis confronts
your well-being.
Finally, as you develop
that same sheet plan of
action, gain hope from the
knowledge that God loves
you, and no problem in life
can ever be greater than
God. Lamentations 3:21-24
is an uplifting scripture
passage that contains great
thoughts about the Lord,
and having hope in difficult
times:
21 But I have hope when
I think of this. 22 The
Lord's love never ends; his
mercies never stop. 23
They are new every morn-
ing; Lord, your loyalty is
great. 24 I say to myself,
"The Lord is mine, so I hope
in him." (NCV)
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thoughts, concerns and
prayer requests to:
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NAVFAC
Southeast BSVE "
teams located
and transported I
vehicles that
were converted
to Mobile Retail
Facilities to sup-
port troops in
the Gulf Coast
region. .,
Photos courtesy of NAVFAC Southeast

NAVFAC Southeast teams help


Gulf Coast hurricane relief efforts


NAVFAC Southeast
BSVE teams in
Panama City pre-
pare trucks and
drive trucks with
necessary emer-
gency supplies to
the Gulf Coast area
in support of
Hurricane Katrina
relief efforts.


By Sue Brink
Facilities Team Southeast PAO


he Naval Facilities Engine-
ering Command (NAVFAC) Fa-
cilities Team Southeast Public
Works Base Support Vehicles and
Equipment (BSVE) organization was
tested in the emergency responses
generated by Hurricane Katrina.
The BSVE team provided buses,
cranes, emergency vehicles, and
other support to help transport per-
sonnel, supplies and equipment
needed in responding to the hurri-
cane.
"I am proud of the entire NAVFAC
Southeast BSVE team. They success-
fully coordinated emergency respons-
es and provide essential support
from multiple installations during
the Hurricane Katrina recovery
efforts," said Facilities Team South-
east BSVE Product Line Coor-dina-
tor John Joneikis.
Public Works Center (PWC)
Jacksonville BSVE provided essen-
tial support to the impacted areas by
coordinating resources between vari-
ous installations. PWC released 64
support vehicles from NAS Pensacola
for use by various military groups
heading to the Gulf Coast.


Vehicle pools at NAS Meridian,
Miss. and NAS Pensacola were fur-'
ther augmented by equipment/ vehi-
cles sent from Jack-sonville, Panama
City, and Charleston, S.C.
A total of 115 vehicles have been
dedicated to the recovery program.
Naval Support Activity (NSA)
Panama City transportation staff
provided essential emergency truck-
ing services transporting tons of
emergency supplies and equipment
to the impacted areas.
In the initial hours after Hurricane
Katrina hit, the BSVE team respond-
ed quickly to provide emergency sup-
port. Actions included: extensive
crane operations at NS Mayport and
NSA Panama City in loading equip-
ment and supplies onto Navy ships
that were being sent to support the
Gulf Coast area.
NSA Panama City BSVE personnel
also worked with Naval Special
Warfare Center in fitting air cush-
ioned landing crafts with cranes to
help repair damaged levees and
buses to ferry personnel.
NAS Jacksonville BSVE staff, in
conjunction with the local base oper-
ating support contractor, provided
buses and operators to transport 93
Naval Hospital personnel from


Jacksonville to the impacted areas in
over-night response efforts.
Much of the same equipment was
later used to move hundreds of
impacted military families from the
devastated areas to support sites.
The BSVE team partnered with
the Navy Exchange Command (NEX-
COM) by providing six Navy-owned
enclosed vehicles that were convert-
ed to Mobile Retail Facilities (MRFs)
supporting troops in the Gulf Coast
areas.
"Make no mistake the MRFs are
NAVFAC civil engineering support
equipment! Their success can be con-
tributed to the NAVFAC team's out-
of-the-box, quick response to our
urgent requirement and quality
vehicles," said NEXCOM Facilities
Group Director Capt. Joe Hedges.
"NEX MRF did not exist two weeks
prior to Hurricane Katrina. This was
great NAVFAC/NEX teaming.
Thanks for going the extra mile for
us you and your team are NAVFAC
heroes," added Hedges.


Hospital seeking team members for Race For The Cure


he Susan G. Koman Race For
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Naval Hospital'Jacksonville's
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ville team.
Participants will have the option to
run, walk, roll or skate during a 2K or
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Two-year-old Owen Singley greets "Pluggie" as he sits on a NAS Jax Fire Department ladder
truck at the Navy Exchange Oct. 11.


Victor Bouy, a curious 5-year-old, checks out some of the gauges on the NAS Jax Fire
Department's ladder truck.


.Four-year-old Braiden Leet has a little fun with "Pluggie the Fire Hydrant" at the Navy
Exchange complex Oct. 11. "Pluggie" was on hand to educate people on the importance of
fire safety during Fire Prevention Week.


NAS Jax Fire

Department educates

public on fire safety
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
NAS Jacksonville firefighters were
highly visible last week visiting
numerous commands and facilities
to promote fire safety during this year's
Fire Prevention Week. The weeklong event
is held every year during the week of Oct.
9 to commemorate the anniversary of the
Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
Firefighters spent hours last week edu-
cating the public through static displays,
lectures, and demonstrations. they also
held fire drills at various buildings on the
base in an effort to increase fire prevention
and safety awareness.
"We are out here visiting different areas
aboard the base because we want people to
think about fire safety this week. But, we
really want every week to be fire preven-
tion week," explained NAS Jax Chief Fire
Inspector Charles McCoy.
Fires can be deadly. Each year, thou-
sands of lives are lost and property is dam-
aged due to fires. And, according to the
base fire department, most people still
aren't prepared to prevent or respond to
fires. Learning some fire prevention facts
will help put you on the same team as the
fire department. It may also save you or
your families lives or prevent your home
from being destroyed in a fire.
Last week's events began with a visit to
the Navy Exchange (NEX) Food Court
where several members of the fire depart-
ment passed out information on fire safety
to NEX patrons, answered questions about
their shiny red ladder truck on display and
passed out firefighter hats to children.
Also on hand to help promote fire safety
was "Pluggie, the Fire Hydrant," a unique
remote control device that can talk, move,
roll and blink his eyes and spray water.
Many of the people walking by were quite
surprised as they were sprayed to get their
attention. "He's a wonderful asset to teach
children and adults fire safety in a comical
way. Everyone really seemed to enjoy
Pluggie," said fire inspector Rick
Vandersteen, who operates the device.
The firefighters also visited the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department Youth Activities Center where
they gave the children a close-up look at
one of their fire trucks while they
explained each part of the truck and what
it does.
The children excitedly asked questions
as they learned about all the gadgets and
tools a firefighter uses. Firefighter Mike


Leigh Robinson stops to talk to fire inspectors
Robert Winchester and Paul Miller at a Fire
Prevention Week display set up outside the
NAS Jax Navy Exchange last Tuesday.


NAS Jax firefighter Erik Johnson shows a
group of children from the NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center some of the tools a firefight-
er may use during an emergency.
Brewer also put on his full firefighting
gear to show the children what he and the
other firefighters wear during a fire.
Brewer explained to the children that if
they should see someone dressed like him
during a fire and they are still in their
house, to call out to him for help.
"This is really fun because we are learn-
ing about what the firefighters do. We're
learning about how to get out of the house
if there is a fire, how to stop, drop and roll
and to call 9-1-1 for an emergency," said 8-
year-old Imani Moseley.
On Wednesday, the firefighters visited
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and the Yellow
Water Housing Youth Activities Center to
promote fire safety and pass out informa-
tion.
At the NAS Jax MWR Department Child
Development Center last Thursday, fire-

See FIRE, Page 9


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NAS Jax firefighter Shawn Wardlaw explains some of the equipment on a fire truck to a group
of kids at the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center Oct. 11.


Fire inspectors Paul Miller and Rick Vander- Fire inspector Rick Vandersteen helps 3-year-
steen, right, give a fire safety brief to employ- old Emilie Conlin try on some firefighter's
ees at the Customs Department during a fire gear at the NAS Jax Child Development
drill Oct. 13. Center.





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NAS Jax firefighter Mike Brewer suits up to demonstrate all
the gear a firefighter wears while fighting fires as the children
of the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center ask questions.


NAS Jax Fire Lt. Jamie Sherer gives a firefighter hat to 1-year-
old Julia Pinilla as her mother, Jacqueline, encourages her.


FIRE: Unannounced drills

and education part of week

From Page 8
fighters taught the children that they should never play
with matches or lighters and how to stop, drop and roll
during a fire and to call 9-1-1 should a fire occur.
During the week, firefighters staged unannounced fire
drills at different buildings around the base. After each
drill, a member of the fire department explained what
would have happened in a true fire. During the "real
thing," everyone should calmly leave their buildings, clos-
ing doors behind them. They should meet in a designated
area, checking to make sure everyone is accounted for. At
NAS Jax, a fire warden is designated for each building
and fire bills are posted showing the safest routes out of
the building.
"Overall, the week went great and I think we reached a
lot of people at all the places we went," said Vandersteen.
"We taught people of all ages that fires don't discriminate,
everyone needs to know what to do in case of fire and how
to prevent a fire from happening."


Fire inspectors Rick Vandersteen, right, and Robert Winchester, left, explain what a firefighter wears to fight a fire as firefight-
er Fred Charmers demonstrates for a group of 3-year-olds at the Child Development Center Oct. 13.






10 lax AIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 20, 2005


On deployment


Photo by PH3 Gary Granger
A03 Cassandra Parker, left, assigned to the "Pelicans" of VP-45, gives a safety signal to
the air crew aboard an P-3C Orion Oct. 11 in Southwest Asia. VP-45 is currently forward
deployed in support of the global war on terrorism.


Local park offers classes
The following are upcoming classes at
Westside Regional Park Nature
Center located across the NAS Jax
Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard.
All classes require advance reservations by
calling 573-2498.
Florida Trail Association bi-monthly
meeting
Nov. 3, 7-9 p.m.
This month's program features Reid
Tillery, author of the book "Surviving the
Wilds of Florida." For more information
about FTA or the meetings, call 387-6998.
Birding with Audubon
Nov. 5, 8 a.m.-noon
We will start out at the nature center,
viewing birds visiting the feeders, and then
search for birds of forest and edges. This
program is for beginners to experts, but is
not appropriate for small children. Please
bring your sack lunch, and after birding
we'll discuss what we saw and heard while
watching the butterflies flutter around the
butterfly gardens.
Nature Crafts: Pine Cone Critters
and Centerpieces
Nov. 7, 10-11:30 a.m. or 1-2:30 p.m.
Pine cone crafting for all ages! Use your
imagination to create a critter or a center-


for adults and children
piece from pinecones and other nature
objects. Please bring pinecones if you have
them; some will be provided.
Wee Workshop: Textures of Nature
Thursday, Nov. 10, 10-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee nature explorers (chil-
dren aged 7 and under) and their adult
companions. We will be using our senses
today (sight, hearing, touch, smell) to find
and appreciate the differences in nature.
Coffee with the Birds and
Butterflies
Nov. 14, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing inside a cli-
mate-controlled building with your morn-
ing cup of coffee or tea and looking out our
large picture windows at birds visiting our
birdfeeders and butterflies as they visit
our butterfly-friendly plants. What a great
way to start out your day!
Snake Savvy
Nov. 22,1-2:30 p.m.
Do you know how to tell the difference
between a venomous and non-venomous
snake? Learn what you can do to stay safe
around snakes and their important role in
the balance of nature.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


T. he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center Life
ave Skills Education and
e ave e y o Support Program is the
He foremost preventive meas-

seen this personal and family prob-
this ~ uBlre f avoida o f
All workshops are free
m A and available to service
M a n ?members and their families
"hs h rand Department of Defense
If you have seen this person, e civilian personnel aboard
please contact Detective Don .the base. Pre-registration
Pancoast of the NAS Jax is required.
Command Investigation The following workshops
Division at 542-0969 Ext. 105 are available in October
or 813-0401. and November:
-Oct. 25, 9:30 a.m. noon
Child Support Issues
Workshop

FCCJ Online Accelerated Associate of Science Degree


Oct. 31 Nov. 3, 7:30 a.m. Car Buying Workshop
- 4 p.m. Transition Nov. 22, 9 a.m. noon -
Assistance Program (retir- Anger Control Workshop
ing) Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 7:30 a.m.-
Nov. 14-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
p.m.Assistance Prog- Transition epAssistance Program (retir-
Assistance Program (sepa-
rating) ing)
Nov. 15, 1-4 p.m. Stress For further information
Management Workshop or to register, call 542-2766,
Nov. 21, 12:30-3 p.m. Ext. 127.


From the Navy College
Office


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you to maximize your mili-
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your degree 100 percent
online, and allows comple-
tion for some members in
as little as 12 months. The
program also provides
guaranteed and automatic
enrollment for students in
the program.


The Industrial Manage-
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Degree program is designed
so that you can take advan-
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already have by bringing in
sometimes more than 24
credit hours.
This will save time and
money toward completing
the degree. For example,
transferring in 24 credits
earned from military train-
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percent tuition savings!
This will also cut four
eight-week sessions from
the time to completion -
that's a 33 percent savings
in time. Many of the cours-


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CLEP and DANTES exams.
The IMT degree is an
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degree.
When you're finished,
your up-to-date knowledge
of management and com-
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ahead of the rest in the pro-
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If you are interested in
taking your education to
the next level, FCCJ has
negotiated articulation and
transfer agreements to
facilitate the transfer of
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You can earn a bachelor
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CRIME: Are you an easy target?


From Page 2


tial thieves your neighbors
are watching.
Post a monitored securi-
'ty system sign in your yard
whether you have one or not
or a "beware of dog" sign vis-
ible at your home (even if
you don't have a dog). A
burglar looking for an
opportunity will be less like-
ly to take the chance even if
you're bluffing.
Motion-activated flood-
lights strategically placed
are a great investment and
most home improvement
stores offer them and
motion sensors at fairly rea-
sonable prices.
Get solid deadbolts and
door peepholes. Don't rely
on a little chain to keep
someone out. A good shove
with someone's full body
weight will most likely
trump the chain.
Make sure all the exter-
nal lights are working like
your porch lights, street-
lights, etc.
Make sure you are home
- even if you aren't. Put
your lights on random
timers, have a trusted
neighbor collect mail and
newspapers if you can't get
them stopped, have a neigh-
borhood kid take care of the


lawn, anything to keep your
home looking "lived in."
Don't leave items visible
in your vehicles and ensure
home valuables (both inside
and out) are locked up..
Lock your home and car
door even if you're only
going to be away for a
moment.
The Naval Safety Center
and other organizations I
mentioned have checklists
and tips to help, so I strong-
ly recommend you take the
time to review them and
give your home a good secu-
rity check.
Now all that said, it is still
possible to find yourself a
victim. No security is per-
fect. Protect yourself by
having all the records and
photos you'll need to settle
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There are many other
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A SH-60F Seahawk helicopter, assigned to
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Photo by PHAN Nathan Laird


PAYDAY: City Council acts to protect Sailors, others


From Page 1
took an important step to protect the
citizens of Jacksonville which have
been historically misled into signing
loans with 390 percent interest rates
by companies which have not been
following state payday law consumer
protections," added Lynn Drysdale,
consumer law attorney, Jacksonville
Legal Aid, Inc. "The council also rec-
ognized the importance of our mili-
tary community in enacting special
provisions unique to service members.
For example, payday lenders will no
longer be allowed to contact com-
manding officers in an effort to collect
the debt and must stop collection of
debts of those in combat. Studies
show that payday lenders target
members of the military."
"Payday lenders are bad news. They
target those people who live paycheck
to paycheck and who are not well-
informed about financial manage-
ment. In this country, many people
need to have access to cash before
paydays. They basically have three
options use a credit card, wait until
payday to get what they need or take
out a short term loan," said Dave
Faraldo, .director of the Navy and


Marine Corps Relief Society at NAS
Jacksonville.
"Unfortunately, many people don't
have a lot of options and don't know
where to go for help so they go to one
of these businesses, write a post-
dated check. They are then given the
cash to tide them over until payday
when the company deposits that
check," explained Faraldo. "What they
don't realize is that these companies
charge an extremely high interest
rate, in addition to service charges.
When that check is deposited, it all
comes out of the account at once. So,
much of their paycheck is already
spent and now how do they pay their
bills, rent and buy groceries? Simple,
they go do it again and now they are
in the trap. And, there is no easy way
out," he continued.
Fortunately for military members
here there are some options available.
"The Navy and Marine Corps Relief
Society was created to help military
members and their families with
emergency situations either through
a loan or grant. We can help with
rent, utilities, groceries, automobile
repairs, emergency travel, etc. Just
come in and meet with a counselor


and we will do what we can to help.
And, it's completely confidential,"
stated Faraldo. "We normally are not
allowed to pay off payday lenders, but
we can refer people to other sources
that may be able to help them." For
an appointment call the society at
542-3515.
Another option for Sailors here, as
an alternative to payday lenders, is
the overdraft protection plan offered
through Jax Navy Credit Union. This
program, which was started a couple
of years ago, offers a line of credit on
a checking account. This credit is
available to anyone opening an
account and has a $500 limit to be
used for emergencies only.
If a Sailor has an emergency and
uses the credit, they are encouraged
to pay off the credit the next payday.
If they can't, a minimum is taken out
of their account each month at a low
interest rate. For more information on
this program, call Vystar Credit
Union at 777-6000.
Sailors should check with their
individual credit union and see if they
offer overdraft protection or some
other plan to provide short-term
loans.


NAVY BALL: Celebrating 230 years of service
From Page 1j ; ',- f ..> : -...I" T li


Chris Green asked partici-
pants to remember the sac-
rifices of military members
who remain Prisoners of
War or Missing in Action
and have yet to return
home.
His speech described the
symbolism of a ballroom
table set for only one serv-
ice member with no one
present.
He said, "The table set for
one symbolizes the frailty
of what Sailors, Soldiers,
Airmen and Marines have
faced against their oppres-
sors. The tablecloth is
white, symbolizing the
purity of their intentions to
respond to their country's
call of duty."
"A single rose in a vase
reminds us of the families
and the loved ones of the
comrades in arms who keep
the faith while awaiting
their return. The red ribbon
tied so prominently around
the vase is reminiscent of
the red ribbon worn on the
lapels and breasts of thou-
sands who bear witness
and demand a proper
accounting of our missing,"
continued Green. "I ask you
to remember them, to ren-
der a toast with me."
Guests enjoyed a night of
fine dining, savoring ribeye
steaks, chicken, red pota-
toes and asparagus.
Chocolate mousse with a
creamy caramel center
ended the meal on a sweet
note.
At the conclusion of the
meal, NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson took to the
podium and explained NAS
Jacksonville's role after
being established on Oct.
15, 1940 and the key role it
played during World War
II.
During his speech,
Dobson reminded the audi-

WIVES: National

convention here

From Page 1


The Navy Region Southeast Band provided entertainment for
the annual Navy Ball.
ence that the base was 65
years old.
"The real story of the
early days of NAS NAS Jacksonville
Jacksonville shouldn't focus Command Master Chief
on the buildings or the air- CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
craft, but rather the people. speaks during the Navy Ball.
Likewise, the real story of
World War II or any other
conflict, including our cur-
rent war on terrorism is with a ceremonial sword.
first and foremost about Norrod won the honor of
people," he said. being the youngest Sailor
Following Dobson's in the room by being only a
remarks, the traditional few days younger than one
cutting of the Navy's of his peers.
Birthday Cake followed. Navy Band Southeast
Capt. Bonnie Holder of concluded the memorable
Naval Hospital Jackson- evening with familiar con-
ville and AWAN Jonathan temporary rock songs as
Norrod of VP-30, the oldest guests moved across the
and youngest Sailors pres- dance floor.
ent, cut the birthday cake


Sporting events on ten TVs
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CNO: Annual guidance

message speaks of new era

From Page 1
without talking about diversity, another main focus for
Mullen since he assumed duties as CNO in June.
"I believe we have to have people from and for every
part of our Navy, and we've done well, but we can do
better in my view."
CNO also stressed the importance of naval teamwork
and joint operations. He called the Navy/Marine Corps
team a "national treasure," but added that while naval
forces bring to the fight unique maritime and expedi-
tionary prowess, they are "only as good as the contribu-
tion we make to the overall effort."
Of all of Mullen's guiding principles, leadership at
every level remained a central theme. "Everything
starts and ends with leadership," CNO wrote. "Nothing
else we accomplish, no other priority we pursue, is of
much consequence if we do not have sound and effective
leadership in place to enact it."
And that leadership is essential to his principles of
alignment and change. He wrote that the alignment of
any organization is simply the degree to which its
resources, processes and communications support its
vision and mission. "Every Sailor in the Navy should
share an understanding of our vision and mission," he
wrote, "and be able to describe how he or she con-
tributes to them."
As he frequently tells Sailors in the fleet, Mullen
wrote that the only constant in the Navy's future is
change. Success in today's uncertain security environ-
ment demands that "we continue to transform the way
we think, operate and fight," he explained.
In summing up his 2006 Guidance, Mullen said the
Navy is in great shape, readiness is high and mainte-
nance is getting done faster and more efficiently than
ever before. "But," he added, "we cannot meet the chal-
lenges of this new era simply by sustaining today's
readiness and requirements. Our adversaries will not
rest; our friends and allies cannot wait."
He said that building upon Sea Power 21, the Navy
must continue to transform, recapitalize and modernize.
"The Navy will begin to build today a force that is prop-
erly sized, balanced and priced for tomorrow."
Mullen wrote that it is impossible to foresee, or to
fully comprehend, all the challenges the Navy will face.
"But by building a balanced force that is resilient and
adaptable, with the depth of capabilities required to
meet the demands of a multimission, multitask environ-
ment, we can mitigate against this uncertainty.
"I am proud to face these challenges with you, and
look forward to our shared success."






12 Jax Allr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 20, 2005

Youth Activities Center I
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IIuI 1s lspal
By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
S ixty youngsters,
ranging in age from 5
to 13, enjoyed a day
filled with new experiences
and excitement during the
annual Hispanic Fiesta at
the NAS Jacksonville Mo-
rale, Welfare and Recrea-
tion (MWR) Department
Youth Activities Center
(YAC) Oct. 14.
During the daylong
event, the children discov-
ered the cultural richness
of the Latin American
countries and learned
about the games that chil-
dren in other countries
play.
According to YAC Direc-
tor Megan Elliot, the annu-
al event is held in celebra-
tion of the Hispanic
Heritage Month. "We want
the children to learn about
other cultures and having
this fiesta gives us the
opportunity to teach them
in a fun way," she
explained.
During the day, children
had classroom time in
which they learned about
the geography and history
of Argentina, Chile,
Columbia and Mexico.
"We played games that
are designed to introduce
children to the food, games
and languages of different
countries," said Elliot.
"The children are
assigned to various age
groups and a staff member
reads them a story and
then the kids participate
in a game similar to Jeo-
pardy," continued Elliot.
Throughout the day, one
could hear the laughter
emanating from all corners
of the YAC. The vivid
imagination of young chil-


dren produced incredible, .
funny answers to the many -
games they played. It was
evident that the children
were enjoying themselves' ". .
as they traveled through- $'
out Latin America. -..,
For Corey Fletcher, 12, a --,
six-grader from Jeb
Stewart Middle School, the .
fiesta was great.
"This is good. We are
having a great time and I ..
learned about Spanish peo-
ple and their countries," he .
said. For 7-year-old Briana
Flournoy, the Mexican
luncheon was a hit. "The |
food is very tasty and I like
it," she exclaimed. "
Another happy partici-
pant at this year's fiesta M
was Krista Velez, a second-
grader at Timuquana
Elementary School, who NAS Jax Youth Activities Cen
said, "I liked the pifiata chance at the pifiata.
and seeing
all of the
candy come
out. It was
fun."
The NAS .
Jax YAC is
open before
and after
school to all
children kin-
dergarten
through age
13. Its servic-' M.
es are avail-
able to all ac-
tive duty, re-
serve, retiree
and Depart-
ment of De-
dren.
For more
information
on youth pro- Eight-year-old Blake Gonzales of the Youth
grams, call Activities Center has the honor of pulling the
the YAC at first string of the piriata as her friends await
778-9772. anxiously to see if the candy will fall out.


ter Director Megan Elliot asks


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
questions of the children in order to select who will have first


Youngsters at the Youth Activities Center enjoy a festive day during the annual Hispanic Fiesta
Oct. 14 in observance of Hispanic Heritage Month. The celebration consisted of a Mexican
lunch, Latin America geography and history games and a pifiata.


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automatic bumpers, an upgraded scoring system
much more!
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
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.
542-3518
Base Gym
Monday Friday
5 a.m. 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Holidays
9 a.m. 5 p.m.
542-3239
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.
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departments are encouraged to
* be a part of this year's Haunted
Woods Challenge and are eligible to
ack, win money for their MWR funds.
and 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
a 11 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
Center.
Entry Information
Scenes are limited due to space.
Individuals cannot enter the con-
test.
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


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For more information about I.T.T. 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-
tle.
Mule Day
Nov. 5
Hitch up the wagon for a mule parade, events and shop-
ping.
$23

Charleston Deluxe
Nov. 18-20
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
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

Guess How Many
Friday
Guess the right number of candy in the jar and the
candy is yours!
St. Augustine Ghost Tour
Set sail with Liberty around St. Augustine.
Saturday


Sponsors needed


for MWR events
he NAS Jax Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR)
Department is currently seeking sponsorship for 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.



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and Fine Furniture
Dining Room
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Photo byJO1(SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
(From left) HN Amanda Smith, Ginni Stalker and HN Leticia Rodriquez of the
Naval Healthcare Support Office Jacksonville, strike a frightening pose to "warm up"
before the opening of the Haunted Woods event last year. This year's event, spon-
sored by the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department, is set for Oct.
28-29 from 7-10 p.m. in the woods near VP-30. Admission is $1.


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.


$20, includes ticket, dinner before as well as soft drinks
and snacks on board.


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. Honeymooners (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Adventures of Lava Girl & Shark Boy
(PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Unleashed (R)
Oct. 28, 7 p.m. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (R)


For more information about the marina please call 542-
3260.
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 Philip.s.Collins@navy.mil.


Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more infor-
mation on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
Games & Prizes
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.
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Prizes are: First place- $500, second
place $300 and third place $200.
MWR reserves the right to approve
all scenes, props and scripts. Call 778-
9772 for additional information.


Haunted Woods
In the woods near VP-30.
Oct. 28-29
$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, eiwns, snacks and much more!
Families are invited to bring a picnic lunch


Golf Course
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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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays 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 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (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
more information, call 778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through December. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historic river-
front gardens, view the museum's Masterworks
collection and special exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's hands-on educa-
tion center. 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 Mall.
Members meet for playgroups, field trips, MOMS
Nite Out and family outings. For information, con-
tact Shirlinda at 771-9573 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommunity.com/mom-
sclubopw.
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 cur-
rently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.


Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fl1x.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 interpretations and
reenactments in St. Augustine, needs volunteers
for their cannon and musket firing programs. For
more information, call Joe Brehm at (904) 829-
6506, Ext. 232.
The regular monthly meeting of the Fleet
Reserve Association Branch 126 will be held
today at 7673 Blanding Blvd. at 8p.m. All active
duty and/or retired enlisted personnel of the Navy,
Marine Corps and Coast Guard are invited to join
and attend meetings. For more information, call
771-2936.
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, land-
scaping with accessories and other interesting
topics. For more information or to make a reserva-
tion, 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@com-
cast.net by Nov. 2.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Federal Employees will hold
their next meeting Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. at the Orange
Park Library at 2954 Plainfield Avenue. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Company "B" 4th Assault Amphibian
Battalion "Iron Gators" will hold a reunion with
Marine Corps Bravo Company during the Marine
Corps Birthday Ball Nov. 19. For more information,
visit www.irongators.com or call 542-1751.
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.
The Southern Genealogist's Exchange
Society will hold its monthly meeting Nov. 12 at
10 a.m. at its library/headquarters, 6215 Sauterne
Dr., Jacksonville. See http://sgesjax.tripod.com or
call 778-1000 for more information.


GOODS: Resources for military families


From Page 4
Special entitlements to household goods
transportation and storage apply to service
members and employees and their depend-
ents with evacuation orders.
Military members should refer to Chap-
ter 6 of the Joint Federal Travel Regula-
tions. Civilians should consult Chapter 12
of the Joint Federal Travel Regulations.
Both can be found at https://secureapp2.
hqda.pentagon.mil/perdiem/ under "Travel


Regulations."
Navy members and employees also can
call the Navy's Household Goods Helpline
at 800-444-7789, Monday through Friday, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern time, with questions
about entitlements.
Additional information and assistance is
always available for Navy active duty and
civilian family members by calling the
Navy Personnel Command's Emergency
Coord-ination Center at 877-414-5358, or
visiting www.navy.mil http://www.navy.mil.


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


All Navy wrestling tryouts
Rob Hermann, All Navy wrestling coach Rob
Hermann is conducting wrestling tryouts tonight 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 conducted for the tryouts.
Sign up at the base gym.
Intramural basketball league
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists. The roster and entry
forms are due by Oct. 28. Interested commands
should stop by the base gym to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Tennis tourney coming up
A men and women's open doubles tennis tour-
nament 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 divi-
sion. Matches will be played at the Guy Ballou
Tennis Complex. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign
Sup by Oct. 21.
* Greybeard basketball meeting
A Greybeard basketball meeting will be held
.Nov. 10 at 11:30 a.m. in the Building 850 confer-
ence 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 league.
Racquetball tournament
A turkey shoot racquetball tournament will be


held Nov. 14. Matches will be played at 5 p.m. The
tournament is free and open to all authorized gym
patrons. There will be a recreational and competi-
tive division for men and a women's division. The
winners will receive awards. Call the NAS Jax
Gymnasium to sign up by Nov. 8.
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 divi-
sions: 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 participation 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 scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball 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 Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.


Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races. Uniforms are pro-
vided 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, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3H, 30M Women 4H
Triathlon Men 2H, 30M Women 3H
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.hasjax.navy.mil.

Greybeard Fall Softball Standings
As of Oct. 14
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 3 0
AIMD 4 1
FASO/Weapons 2 2
CNATTU 1 2
VP-30 1 2
CHSWL 0 1


Intramural

Team
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AIMD 500
VP-5
VP-16
VP-62/NAR
Naval Hospital
VP-30
VP-30 Students
VS-32
HS-5
HS-15
VS-22
HS-75
AIMD 600
NCTS
CHSCWL
HS-11
WRTC


Fall Softball Standings
As of Oct. 14
Wins Losses
4 0
4 1
4 1
4 1
3 1
3 2
3 2
3 2
3 2
2 3
1 0
1 0
1 2
1 4
0 2
0 3
0 5
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NAVAIR Fall Basketball Standings
As of Oct. 14
Team Wins Losses
Hornets 5 0


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AI 230 Georgia Real 305 Southside 306 Intracoastal 310 Mandarin 320 Westside 320 Westside 330 Beaches 350 Waterfront
Estate
A FORECLOSURE 2BR, Buy Riverbrook/GIen Kernan FSBO 4+ BUILDABLE LOTS PRICE REDUCED FSBO DOCTORS LAKE
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE Onl$24,500For lstings Prereduced28,00 THE WILDERNESS- 5375 Ortega Farms on .44 acre, w/1300sf. 4/2.5 Beautiful home -Open House Sun 12-4
I All real estate adver- 800-749-8124 xF2Ol 3/2 on lake. New carpet Likenew, 4/2.5 with Inground 2br/2ba, sep. 1200sf w/over 1600sf. Corn- Custom2 yr old, all brick
Stising in this newspa- Reality Exec. Melody pool. Home sits on lovely BIvd W403 garage. Corner lot with pletely updated w/AII 4/3, 3100sf, 12ft ceil-
Sper is subject to the BELLERIVE Condo, 904-536-1200 treedlot Huge country pecan trees, $187,500. new appliances. 869 ings, pool, spa,dock
Am o n cents r Housing Act which unbelievably priced at kitchen,stone fireplace, Call 904-388-0293 Gavagan. Near May- w/1lk boat house,
makes it illegal to realEstate $129,000.1 bdrm, 1 BA, Ilosoftile, too mar odport school & beaches. MLS#256118
100 Clubs and advertise "any prefer-Csepara e n7 to listCall for nfo. Murray Hill -1351 Asking $349,000. Call for 219-9674, $799,000.
Organizations ence limitation or dis- For Sale- c arate gearae 307 San Marco 0 nA 23B e eDr.
10Dating andServices crimination based on Professionals 280-2150 garage, lg deck, Ig lot. Photos at:
1TelephoneDating race, color, religion 230-29GeorgiaCounties HOME FINDER REALTY $19K. 424-6222 or www.crinvestco.com E.ARL- Beautifulwater-
sex, handicap, familial 294Femandina/ Bentwater Place-3/2. Empire Pt. 4/3.,3k sf, all 389-6025 after 6pm. front hm Direct access to
Services status, or national ori- Ameliaisland Great rm,Water View, brick, crnr lot, wdfirs, 2 221-1711 OR 241-5501 Call for Appointment SAWGRASS 3/2, remod, St. Johns River, 3/2.5, huge
11 HappyAds ginor an intention,to 9GeoraMiscellaneou FP. $258k. 223-6725 fpl's, $449k. 349-5113 m HOME water to golf culdesac, oaks, architects personal
115 Lost and Found malke any such pref- 1352SF3/2...$139,900 $449k. Call 285-4295 home, $629k. Owner/agent
12Notices erence, limitation or 300ondale/Ortega 2825ForestBlvd.3/2 FSBO San Jose Forest, Beautiful2/2 Condo (904)529992 859-6638
12SPersonals discrimination. 30e Everything brand new Country livingin th 315 Arlington features granite A NTR FA R BC pen House
status 35Southside $169k. 2.5Co p.3498944 city o4000sf. 4br/4ba A s naCrlington EsIT n I SA / BaCe o
13Travel/Rides the age 18 living with 307San Marco Glynlea 3/1, lovely home. saiR game R R, Ft. ts AinSPRIN TREE- CLUBFSBO. Sat/Sun. 2/3 acres on
LO Vacation/Travel parents or legal custo- 310Mandarin Near Bch & Atl Blvd.FSBO study,2 car gar, heated Arorelonl Ft,0 ki. iam.irs AFFORDABLEQUALITY1 two- story home on boathouse permit.
145900/976 Services dians pregnant women 3SArlington $162,900.L725-5130 poo acuza eB in 800-749-8124 O5569 Views of laoofrmNEWHOMES large 1/2 acre mature 10 Lambert Ave.
65 Entertainment under 18. 3tArgyle BA home, years d $579,000. Call 571-2640 11522 KELVYN GROVE P. $239,900OMLS#260560 3BR/2A 1649 SF. lot Locate1-d on 2nd gOrLese
custodyf r chhndren 322Argyue NAlors 9 3ye rsold, oMg 8 es KEL IR P i. m frs. LIEwHI Po.tsburgcr9eok0ot-
Services This newspaper will 325North Jacksonville recently reducedonly 3/2 new paint open CaleriGething Fromthe$150 fairway of SawgrassI 26 de
3/2,ic 8 9 23pnintn nn CC West course. Front u26 acre, close in S'silde
not knowingly accet326Springeld $228,000. Cali 0plan. 2 sided Fpl. Irg 403-6888 Ask aboutSpecia lake view.4/3 office, $150k. 962-6200
any/advertising for real 327 Downtown Joes, slias ch2 1 H cMandarin B07ograms. FP, spacious kitchen,
SLostand estate which is in vi ea Professionals 2820 310 Manda crnrm. 463.0754rtor WATSN Re t Corp s 9135 enn-airisland SWIZERLADO 120
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uorNSa At readers are rthereby332Middlebu g NewISouths O T deiTownhome- baywindow, formal o dock 25x14 boat hse,
informed that all 334 Keystone Heights/ IL Villagio 1314sqft. 2/2.5 Aiv3BRFORECLOSUREI l (90 4 e 2V ing and dining $440,900. Call 705-6327
Lost Blonde Cocker dwelling advertised in Melrose Balcony& Upgrd.Call Must7Sell $6180001 320 Westside i ving and dini ng O440000 Aral752
Spane. Tumoon this newspaper are 335Orange Park/ 904-272-9349/616-823 sngs 800- 3 able in suite with I in
chest. CrystalSprings available on a equal ClayCounty A s rrg 3/2 FRONT&Back Porch, BANK REPOI 3/2 CRC-057161Jacuzzi plus sepa 5 ndraten s
Rd.904-695-2816 opp as 33 Baker County OLD MILL BRANCH FSBO Barrngton OaksFSBO nr schl, $130K 514-5273 Only $69,900! Listings marbled shower,
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Scrlminat2on call HUD Gar. 2933sf. On 50ac 2775sf *375k COS nrou ou r 3 home. RAND RESERVE 3/2
toll-free telephone 340StJohn'sCounty lake. Brick, many aailale 7.. THEY DONT r w/garst fir, very
4 n u m b e r a t 342St Augustine upgrds. TinsletownSt. ALL BRICK R EO Frnch door cose Isto pool, hot tub
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toll-free telephone 345 Nassau County NoRealtors 904556.7337 net tRo 13nd HS.$ 216k lceilg. .aras IKE THI e AC e 9048644590
NEED A LAWYER? number e n waterfront PERFECT RENTAL HOME city. 1269k. 766 924 $2,..0 904 781.-672 rde WIl Cu op PALENCIA -new 2/2, den.
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36 Manufactured Homes peteyrenovatedwith Cl0seto ohopr andVA Well Maintained Solid Hoskng 904-66-63limited
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Station Jacksonville is *3iS Miscellaneous $11l75 31 w59 Rnick/ r Flooring, Wood 0 Home 2100sq tL all new beautifully furn
currentlySseeking u A Fer na/ 390 Real Estate Waoted TIMBERLIN PK FSBO 4/3, Call 5536396 for info Bun, ng. Selling or Cabinets n Kitchen. Lots. ,ip-rks on $299,999 912-638-8663
sponsorshiAp forfiscal 294 Amelia Island 2057SF w/bonus rm. eI nd ,O ngeabcstore.com
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S5 Southside S $250,000MpFridge, Dishwasher,
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Auctions 300 Avondale/ z/1. totally remod, CH&A, living /dining/family OAner Fin Av ig an 1 O/P- PCS 3/2 1600sf. $5000 DISCOUNT
3Ats Ortega 9730 Tiffany Ave. $109k room.223900 1pymnt $55k 638.A00 2 cargarage,W/D.FP Huge pre-constructiov
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2 Estate Sales H O, o.s ns Fridge dishwasher mount in property.
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220 Public Sales 3/2 2car gar, 1550sf 221-1711 OR 241.0c80049 8124 1002 fence yrd. 904-868-2754 streamraltea
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3a59 HERSCHEL ST. plus of ,e 2 C.r 1850r 99. 2400sf 59k 0 h oearlyappt.
garage. Rent ior Canlernomesolrh I 180Th-0 n9 Lg X'1 scrn porch, patio. Great financing!
rm Ie f^or 3270558cseparate mother Or1,- BRANDNEWIMMEDIATE Call Now 1866-930-5263
B. Langston's Presents 16505 1632058 3270558 k $87k 716 5020 Occupancy,5br/3ba,
Murrayn Hlom'res & NICE STARTER HOMI 3900FS, lux amenities, WESTERN N.C. MTNS
ctta n Hill Home &, It Zr ETDoen-HMe John'i FeFi Creek $419,000 acreage from $24,900
con tep u AcT/vo D AFtyro Down.B We nelp Flex Fn 55 Avail. Brokers 828-287-5000. Land/
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n. Sell aHome" With Woodland Estates NORTHS DEby Manufactured
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230 Georgia Real The Broxson Team Give us a call at 904-771-9055 2392sf 757-8715s 342
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3/2/2cg Sugarmill, ot a Ginmic"Siplr a Gesture 90 1 61043BR2BA ON LAND
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w/screeneo encl. to s/it our continuing support 3/1 hdwdflrs,p2OI,$110k 350 Waterfront CALL MARIA 536-"9187
1870sf new carpet, tile "o ,._,.n B r Sa i A/CEe tr2 4/2 Ceramic Shower
fen ced sp rin k lers, ',. StCa min e SheeerIA ppe
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9S1 576-6631 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
NEW TH-3 level, 3/3.5, 2/2.5 St Johns Welaka SetupOn L2 Acres
gated, pool, Sblks to own fin $790mo 904-899-2550 I CtalPooCall 22S-02M
S.a-B$ 60Hyatt/Landing 529-9850 www.agreathouseforsale. corn
I barmillt.2000sf tiled 330 Beaches nee River Home. CALLTODAY 225-0222
bathsfenced,_.-__'_ $329,500. Nr Gainesville,
sprinklers, tiled Florida Details, www.saxonreal- S'SIDE -4455 Loys Dr.
room, awnings, porch A Full Service Brokerage tyinc.com 386-462-2480 3/2. Like new, 2003,DW,
length of back of house. wdDbl lot. 349-1360
Fletcher Ave. One of the 3 2005's. 3 & 4 BR
APARTMENTS DON BROWN REALTY last remaining. $995k. homes at Dealers cost
A"p".il.Mone -Saving'ffer:ro270-1121 OR 571-7177 904-424-1661 Lot models must be
il1 ATh BCH/MAYPORT 3/1 -moved for new
1100 Seagate Ave.Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 1200sf, lovely bkhome. C
Renov w/Irg fncd yd. LNDSAE Avenues Secluded 2/2 g
$_1820S._631b280SAve SIMON'SISLAND lot,_shed. fen'd ReducedS
$189k.Call W& 631AREA to $79,000. 994-9999
Atlantic Beach Duplex 1.S riBch Portside 3/2 16x$0
blocks to ocean.On 5 Ox
Veterans & Active Duty Military... 150 ot. $699k. 246-8267 FOr ocean Access Lot shed,garden tub, new ch.7
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OCTOBER 29T1 me a call toprequal
NOHstoic DOW NleBY OWNER 2+_AC call Emmal77-9058
,it o"i A mvenIaleAmelia Island Deepwater Lots
3br/2ba, 1791 sq.ft for$149,900 Land&mobilehomeon
1/2 acre on private lot Call for Appointment W'side. Very clean $5k
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APARTMENSi i U i stonefireplace, spa- Monthly payment of LAND HOME PACKAGE
''and...4, A- T cious kItchen with $24032 based on $59,900 3BR 2BA Doublewide On
APARTMENTS separate *breakfast purchase price w/10% 1.5 Acres In Jacksonville
Wood floors and flnancedatafixedrateof Call Mr. Lewis783-83M
Berber carpet. Large 5.19% (APR 5.55% includes
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AM8:30 :30 M-Fs soppln- payments of $24032 on 1.25acres in
w/final payment of Middleburg. / Keystone.
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or 557-1056ICall 291-273S
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I SAN MARCO A I
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SAN MARCO LOFTS
Incredible living spaces
www.theloftssanmarco.com
1450 Flagler 396-9601
WESTSIDE -2/2, w/d
hkpu. CH&A, fplc, By
295 $625 219-0316
W'slde-Gregory West
Apartments
Fall Special! Reserve
your new apartment
ome for the Holidays.
Mention ad and receive
savings. 777-5581
WSIDE Newly renov 1 &
2 Br's on Ortega River.
quiet n'hood on site
mgr, nr public transp.
$500 & $600. 904. 424-3402

410 Condominiums
1200SF 2/2 *2/3TH spa-
cious clean quiet. Easy
to 195/ US17, $595mo.
912-673-6596 Kingsland
A RESORT COMMUNITY
2/2 The Palms,
$1195mo. 904-993-3803
4, AVONDALE AREA
/ FOR RENT
t 2BR 2BA Condo,
1350 sq.ft. New
apple. & AC. Small pets
allowed. Call 591-9556

BARTRAM PARK -$200
bnus 2/2 condo,
amentleis+ 886-0609
BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2
1475sf on river
$1600mo. 707-704- 7260
or 904-993-4044
COLONY AT SAN JOSE 2/2
brand new lux condo,
steps from pool, new
apple, carpet, $1000mo
+ dep. Call 398-9929
Jax Bch-2/2.5, furn TH,
2 blocks to Bch.MIn 3mo.
$1500mo. Alan 254-9534
JAX BCH -3/2 1st fir,
$1400mo. Jardin De Mer
241-2170 728-3954
4) KINGSLAND
3BR, refurbished,
1 fenced yard, attic,
large rooms, 10
min. from base. Must
see. Tim 912- 7298904
S 912-673. 1897
MANDARIN -Brand new
constr. Spacious, 2/2,
great loc. Beautiful fin-
srhes, w/d, gated comm
$1050 504-9714
MANDARIN brand new
2/2, $850mo. Nr. St. Aug
& San Jose Blvd.
917-279-2077
MANDRIN / Bartram Pk
2/2.5 w/bonus rm
$1050mo. 708-4476
OCEANFRONT, LA PLAYA,
3/2, 1st fir remod kitch,
new w/dwdfirs in kit.
pool, $2100m 249-8919
Ocean Front/Jax Bch 2/2,
gar,furn,short or long
term. $2500mo 476- 7548
OP 3/2.5 New TH gar,
w/d, Free rent. 3mi. to
NAS 5260 Collmn Rd
1I 4ll',.T 0 .4 6 e.lI0
OP Natures Hideaway
N .-a' 3 2. '-100 .13ogles
Cir -s49 561 3C,02 97
Orange Park South Loc
Desiratle to,',nn.)mrt
28D. IBA. .'n garda e
Private Dackard"
$765/mo $765/dep
472-7314
ORTEGA -The Venetian.
3/2, $1450mo. boatslip
avail. 251-5103
PALENCIA -new 2/2, den,
upgraded cabinetry,
tile/granite $1025 Mary
Hosking 904-669-6133
Remax Unlimited
PALM COAST Luxury
Waterfront Condo 2/2,
2283sf H/C 55' boat slip.
Ca Chr Williams
904-669-7777
PVB/OCEAN LINKS
immaculate, 2/2, 1st fir,
W/D, garden view
$1150mo. 904-273-2851
PVB /SUMMER HOUSE
2br/2ba TH, amenities,
$1100mo, 904-230-2092
pete@cbfunkhouser.com
PVB -1/1, tennis, golf
course view, pool,
beach access. $800mo.
904-333-7674
PVB Belleza. 3/2, vltd
cells, Huge 1400sf,
$1450mo. Terry 318-9635
PVB Fountains E. of AA,
2/1.5, 1500sf, TH, all
new kit, ba, scrn prch,
cpt, tile, SS apple, walk
In shower, awesome!
end unit. Lease/purch,
$1250 904-270-1084
PVB Walk to the Beach
2/2, remod, barber, fpl,
scr prch, w/d, no pets,
$1200m. (904) 273-5732
RIVERFRONT 3br/ba All
amenities, gated comm.
$1950/mo 349-4144
Southbrook Condos
7333 Beach Blvd. 2/2,2nd
floor.w/d incl,$715mo
$700dep. 273-8741
SS/Tlnseltown II Vlllaglo
Luxury Twnhm waterfnt
New $1350-1795. 72 85274
S'slde Bartram Pk 3/2.5
lcgar $1400m. 1st month
1/2of4. 904-568-0257
S'sIde-Brand New 3/2
pool, children area.
Call 838-6023
S'SIDE-new 3/2 gated,
pool viewgranite.
$1150 mo. 631-3663

ST. AUG -CRESCENT BCH
-lbr, oceanfront, furn,
all utils, $1000 + dep.
Call 904-725-0520
St. Johns Co. CR 210
3/2.5, 1463sf, $1200/mo
904-861-4097
T -TIRES-
New, Mounted and
1\ balanced P235,
70R17, Dyna Ped. 4
@ $130 each. Call
282-4279
W'SIDE 3/2, WD, applil,
natures hide away.


415 Houses
415 Furnished

Ponte Vedra Beach-
modern, newly furnished
2/2 home.Lovely fenced
yard.big screen HDTV,
garage.$1575mo.
Lori 904-646-1715

420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ARGYLE 3/2 SPLIT BR, FPLC
Sunroom w/Spa. Refs. $1195
CALL (904) 778- 2897
ARGYLE 3/2 SPLIT BR
Vitd Ceil, No Pets, Ref. Req.
$995/mo. CALL (904) 860-7219
Argyle
8347 Staplehurst
4/2 1452sf $1050
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Argyle
9592 Stratham Court
3/2 1610sf $1050
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Argyle
Lakevlew @ Watermill
8316 Swanton Lane
3/2/2 1447sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Argyle
ArgyleTimberpoint
8086 Timberpoint Drive
3/2/2 1441sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Argyle
West Port Bay
7910 Westport Bay Court
3/2/2 1750sf $1050
Formerly a model home
Fenced, corner lot
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARL -4/2, Ig pool, Ig LR,
Lg DR, avail 11/01, $1100
call Dago 994-8668
ARLINGTON-4/2, enci
patio, gas stv, $1275mo.
220-3367
ATL BCH 3y/o, (Paradise
Cove) close to base, 3/2
2car gar, crnr lot, hdwd
firs, lots of ammen. lyr
lease. $1200m. 1st month
in advance & 1 mnth
sec. dep. No pets.
904-992-6978/652-8967
ATL BCH on 1st St. 1850
sqft of immaculate
living space with
3BR/2.SBA, gar, FP, prlv
fen yrd w/lawn serv,
new kitchen. 3 blocks
to ocean. Town Center
shopping & dining.
$18SOmo. 735-9270
Avon- nicely remodeled.
3/2,hdwd firs, $1250mo
200-5751/ 343-3092
Beach-150yd to ocean.
Beaut. home, 2 Igbr, 2 1gI
ba. Manicured fen yrd.
w/d, yrd serv lncl.$1650
If you see it you will
rent it. 254-2391
CS & NAS 3BR 1.SBA
Fenced Yd, No Pets, Ref Req
$795/mo. CALL (904) 860-7219
E. Ari. 4/3 $1600mo. 3gar.
lawn svc, fans, lanai, Irrig
on sep. meter 223-1997
EAGLE HARBOR -3/2,
$1350, 1830sf, lawn care,
993-3250 276-7418
Eagle Harbor 5/3,2600sf
lawn srvc inclon lagoon
$1850mo. 904-807-3968
Eagle Harbor Pine Lake Twn


420 Houses
0 420 Unfurnished

Fleming Island 3/2.5
Townhouse, amenities
Call 866-3684
4P FSBO
Elegant- Modem
Sl3BR, 2V2 ba, dbl.- car
garage, 2230sf
stucco house, acre,
demo-.end St. In St.
Mary's Rent $1450, buy
$315k 729-7643
SHome For Rent
Near base 3bdrm 2
bath all large
rooms near golf
course. Pool, gym,
Laurel Island
912 552-1989
ICW/WOLFCREEK- New
2/2.5 TH, end unit pool,
fitness $1175. 704-3360
ICW (JTB & Kernan) 3/2 2
car gar, 1500sf,Avail
11/1. $1195mo.962-6565
ICW (JTB & Kernan) 3/2,
2 car gar, 1500sf, Avail
11/5. $1195mo. 12536
Cross Brook Tr 962.6565
ICW Cute house 3/2,
1400sf, fncd yd, $1250m
+dep. 904-866-1431
INVESTORS Some fire
damage. 4/1 CH&A. Lrg
fncd yrd. Mkt value
$100k Just $601i9512
Sisson Dr. 877-477-1034
Jax Beach-3/2,
623 2nd Ave. S.,
$1000mo. 708-9984
JCP-3/2.5, 1 car gar TH,
For Lease or Opt. to Buy.
$1150mo. 673-9318
JULINGTON CREEK
Spacious 3Br, Living
room, family room +
formal Dinning room,
huge kitchen, fully
fenced yard. Squeaky
Clean. $1450m. 280-2805
Kernan & Atlantic
Kengsington Gardens
Nice 4/2/2, glass
enclosed lanaiFenced
back yard.2100+sf,
$1400mo. 221-8732
1 Klngsland 3BR
Refurbished,
fenced yard, attic,
large rooms 10
min from base. Must
see Jim 912-729-8904
912-673.1897
Lake Asbury-Brand New
3/2, lots of upgrades.
272-0757 or 386-5081
LAKEWOOD 3/1
updated, fpc $925mo
737-2542
Magnolia Pt.
S Golf & CC
3/2, 2 car garage.
Beautiful home on
course. Cul- de- sac, all
appliances. 2200sf
Gated security. Large
yard 847- 946 0251
$1600mo
Mand 1mi 195, lake, 4/2,
$1150 + Like new, FP, 2
gar no pets. 318- 1340
MAND-2/1, W/D.Lg yard,
bonus room, $956mo,
no pets. Call 288-8185
Mand-3/2, off Lorretto -
remod, $1200mo + dep
Call 568-0969
MAND 3/2 fpl, lake, eat.i n
kit. GR DR prch 2cgar,
no pets $1125m. 737-5791
MANDARIN BEAUTIFUL
LAKE FRONT 3/2, 3443
Catamaran $1400. new
crpt lawn serve. 703-7934
MANDARIN -TH, 2/2 &
3/3, fncdyd, good area,
$825 & $925 219-0316


"u"" I FEDElRATED MGMT GROUP
IDING (904) 730-8060
il 11/15 $95C
EDRA/ Mlddleburg
HOUSE 1937 Apopka Drive
s of comm 3/2/2 1228sf $895
now. $1200 FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
kCH Ocean (904) 730-8060
od Rd.3/2,2 Middleburg-new 3/2,
1/15. $1195 15 min from O.P Mall.
BEACH CH&A, 305-766-0047
E RD.
prt in popu MURRAY HILL complete
now$1145 remodel 3/1 $950mo
YARDS- pets ok. Call 881-9744
base.$695 NEPTUNE BCH -2/1.5,
PARC gar,new duplex, $975
nowan Chris 904-742-7486
area. $79 NEW Const 4/2 on pond,
INGS 4/2, 12427 Tamirind Ct, 12498
shopping, Tropic Dr E .close to Abess
0/15, $1275 Park $1450 866-310-1223
LAKES
V HOME, New Constr. 3BR
4/2, avail. .,/ 2BA/2 Westslde
375 Fen. Yd+scr. porch.
CREEK S5 $1275+ sm. pets ok
I now near Avail 1 Nov. or ASAP
hes, $119 call 264-9501, 463-5499
FOREST NORTHSIDE -2/1, new
ted avail everything. CH&A, sec
clean.$930 sys, w/d, b73-6169 s
Beauty off
store 3/3, N'SIDE 3/1 Off Dunn Ave
avail. $1900 Ig yd, w/2 sheds, newly
PINES remod. quiet & comrn-
CONDO fortable. $750. 819-1486
Dril& Rd.
$1095 N'slde -319 W. 24th St.
ES Brand LG 2story.Sbr/2ba. 2-
2, close to CH&A units, remodeled.
ng, $950 RTO $950mo w/good
gS.E $credit. 226-9555 or
NASEO 887-2363
1900 sq.ft. N'slde-renovated.
$1650 1611 W. 19th St. 3/1
MMOCK w/ attached 1/1 suite.
NEW" Contact Grant & Grant
nice yard Realty. 725-3535


420 Houses
Unfurnished

NW 1mille of 195
Houses for rent totally
rehabbed, all 3/1's.
No application fee,
$600m. 904-475-9821
O.P. 3/2.5 townhome. 2
story, garage. 1729sf.
$1175mo. 904.370.0426
Oakleaf Plantation 4/2
www.myophome.com
$1,290 m. Call 614-6647.
4 OLD ORTEGA 3/2
S2000sqft on a sce-
2Lnic pond. Garage,
-new kitchen,
updated bathrooms,
see katycook.com
$1600mo 904 535- 8896
OP/Eagle Harbor 3Br furn
$1900m ; Oakleaf 4Br
unfurn $1475m. AvI 11/1
904-505-3942 Perry
OP 4/2-Inground pool,
4) 2 car gar, W/D,
_1L will rent furnished or
unfurnished, $1300
OBO. 904- 622- 9732,
Officially reassigned.
OP FL.EM ISL new 3/2 villa
on lagoon 2 car gar.,
$1300mo. 264-1425
A OP PCS 3/2,1600 sf, 2
Scar garage, W/D, fire-
Splacehot tub, secu-
rity system, fridge,
dishwasher, fenced yard.
(904)868-2754
Orange Park
2058 Manucy Court
3/2 1707sf "Fireplace" $950
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ORANGE PARK 3BR/2BA,
2c gar Heritage Hills, Ig
fen yd, avail 11/1, Pet
neg. $950mo + dep.
Call 904-298-1470
Orange Park
590 William Penn
3/2 1500sf $950
Large fenced backyard
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Orange Park
Harbor Island
1548 Bayside Drive
3/2/2 1900sf $1150
Fenced yard
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ORANGEPK conv o16c.
close to NAS, 3/2, pool,
$1200m. 853-422-5624
ORANGE PK NEW HOMES
Summerbrook 4/2,
2000sf, $1350;
Fleming Isl/The Links
4/3, 2500sf, $1800.
Maxxum R.E. 699-0393
ORTEGA -2915 Arapahoe
Ave. 3/1 $850mo.
Yerkes Realty 388-1944
j. Pace Island Rental
S $1495. close to NAS
'.IJAX. Clay county
schools. Gated comm
Owner PCS. 757- 889- 6008
PONTE VEDRA-/
Sawgrassm 2/2, gar,
golfers $1200mo. Refs
dep. 280-1077
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
car gar, comm pool/ten
$1275mo 352-514-1848
PV -5/4, 3400sf,
upgraded, gated wf
$2695mo. 273-0125
PVB /Sawgrass 3/2 +2c
gar. comm pool, lawn
care $1895. 214-402-9496
PVB-Palm Valley on
Intracoastal, 3/2, dock,.
Desirable school district,
$1500mo. 904-823-3673
RENT TO OWN
Remodeled 4/2 CH&A Lrg
fncd yd $975/mo 3436
SoutelDr 877-477-1034
Rogero Rd. off JTB S'slde
3/2 newly remodeled
great area, Irg yard,
$895mo.904-.819-1486
San Marco/!St. Nick
Brick cottage 2bd/lba
Office nook. CH&A,
Wood floors/ Berber,
Ceilling fans/clean/ nice
Interior wash-dryer,
Yard main provided,
Storage/ safe area
Near 195 & River Walk,
No Pets.A must see
$925 904-346-0344

SAN MARCO-2/1.5
Bungalow right next to
square. Hrdwd firs,
fncd bkyd, ch/a; w/d
hkp, screened porch,
pets ok, $900m Avail-
able Dec. 1,521-1404
SS 3/1, FP, CH&A, Fen Yrd
$850mo + $750dep.
3640 Calla Dr. 545-9953
S'silde Glynlea 3/1 refrig
& stove. $850mo + dep.
Call 651-0261
St. Aug/VIlano Bch 4 br
(2 masters)3.5 bath
Brand new home .
Beach access & public
boat ramp ft away.
$1850mo.904-610-8435
ST. AUG. remod. 2/1, free
maint & pest control,
WD hkup. $1200mo +
$600 dep 904-824-4031
ST. AUG 2850SF, new, 5/3
upgrd kit, fpl, $1975mo
+ dep. Call 954217.-6294
ST. AUG gated Palen-
cla, Magn 4/2,2300sf,
wooded, $2095. New 2/2
condo, w/scrnd porch,
$1195mo. 273-0125


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Timberpoint
@ Watermill
8121 Leafcrest Dr
4/2/2 1745sf $1095

8071 Timberpoint
4/2 1745sf $1095


7728 Andes Drive
3/2 1257sf $925


OAKLEAF
3,4, & 5 Bedroom
Homes for Rent
$950 and up!

ARLINGTON
3293 Cancun
3/2 1500sf $995


WESTSIDE
6805 Plum Lake Dr
3/2 14R56sf $975


8192 Leafcrest Drive
4/2 1745sf $1095 ORANGE PARK
Corner lot 1/2 off 1st 543 Charles Pinkney
full month 3/2/2 1025sf $1000

SOUTHSIDE MIDDLEBURG
11471 Kimberly Forest Dr Sheraton Lakes
3/2/2 1292sf $925 1860 Sheraton Lake
3/2/2 1258sf $875
ICW
2810 Mooresfield Ln Summerbrook
4/2/2 1676sf $995 1260 Winding Brook Ct
On the lake 4/2 1465sf $1025


13217 Currituck Dr N
3/2 1500sf $1025

1089Tolkien Lane
3/2 1853sf $1025


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Riverside @
Julington Creek
352 Redwood Lane
3/2/2 1300sf $1025
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420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

StJohns CR210, new 5/4,
3 car gar, 2800sf, $1950m
858-405-1441

2 story, FP, huge
I deck, pool, tennis,
ball courts, all fees
paid, 1680 sq.ft $950
month. 673-7424
573-5254, Sugarmill
ST. NICH -Brand Spankin
new home for rent. 3/2,
$1300mo. 571-4790
Sutton Lakes, off Atl
Blvd. 3/2 $1195mo. Ig
fncd bk yd, 945-0291
SUTTON LAKES -3/2 fam
rm, Ig yd, $1250mo.
John 904-899-6493
Townhome for
B R Rent
S| *3BR, 2B, Garage,
S Cent. located in
Fleming Island Plant-10
miles from base. Top
schools, pools, tennis
$980 mo. avail Dec. 1.
(904)278-5224 or
(904)655-1679
RENT TO OWN $0 DOWN
All Areas. Call
RTO hotline 388-1208
WESTSIDE
2109 Hyde Park
3/2 2184sf $895/month
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE-3/1, 1210
Adrian Ct. Nr. Kent
Campus CH&A, fncd
yd, wd firs, gar, fpic.
$875. 710-0104
Westslde
Panther Creek
11313 Panther Creek Pkwy
4/2/2 1994sf $1275
Covered Patio
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westslde
Westland Station
7349 Bunker Court
3/2/2 1485sf $995
On the lake
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
W'SIDE 3/2, 2cgar, new
cpt, apple, baths, fncd
yd, $850m. 240-92&-0291
W'SIDE 3/2, fplc, tile kit,
1600sf, $109Smo
268-0113
W'slde- 3/2, totally
refurbished, new cpt,
CH&A $975mo 699-8796
W'SIDE 3/4br Houses
CH&A w/d hkp, frig,
stove fen 904-384- 5833
W'slde-4/1, CH&A,W/D
hook up. $625mo + $500
dep.728-1931
WSIDE 4/2, new home .
2330 Cherokee Cove Tr.
904-563-6007
) W'side New 3/2.5
Twnhm 1 car
garage. Near NAS
$999 w/d
(305)301-2728 or
hmorta)aol.com
YULEE new beauty 3/2 2c
gar, 1431sf, subdv
erber, lake view, 30 to
dwtn. $1250mo'dep..
garder tub 904 751 55S.

425 Manufactured
Homes

W'side-2 2. ncpets.
very : lei.n $5251 m-
$525 aep 891 5393
WSIDE 2 2, pri, IC.t en.
ch&a, $40O.no. .a180
dep. Call 2,6. 4825
W'side-3 2..:arpcr.n 1.5
ac, $650 2534 lr.nes; Ra
i67 1p04
W'slde-3 2.CH& A.Double
wide cnrI. io S650m
+$650 d 1- II nl ":- 4 3 6, c

427 Mobile Home
S Lo Rentals

ARLINGTON iSr.)- r.3.3,
lots on,, c.,c atic $$250
up+ dep. 641-0392


430 Roommates
Argyle Room For Rent In
private home, quite
area, close to NAS JAX
$400 mo. Call
352-262-5005 or email
jasonl22082@hotmail.com
Atl. Blvd/Keman-Share
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
Incl. Very gd area $140wk
N/S only. 904-838-8054
SGated Townhouse
Off Atlantic and
S Kernan $600.
Includes private
bath, utilities, washer,
dryer. Contact Hanika
940-224-0215
thehanika2yahoo.com.
or
hanika.torlo@fljack.ang
.af.mil
Jax Beach Female
S Nurse Ensign,
I L Brand new Condo
,3 bedrooms, 2
roommates.'
males/females $600per
month. Call 703.625-9474
LAKEWOOD / SAN JOSE
-Looking for mature
femn roommate, 2/2 apt,
$495mo + $150 dep
636-7823
4) Orange Park/
S Argyle Forest
S Roommate to
share 3/2 House.
$450m. Util Incl. Call
Nhan (904)631-5664
Roommate- $100/wk
$200 dep. Pets
wonderful! 612- 9112
Roommate for new
condo
< 3BR/2Bapool, w/d
unfurn $550/mo
+1/2 util. Taylor Wash-
ington 696-5565
Roommate Wanted
San Jote. half
million dollar
S home Incluees
water ma3d irternet.
caole No LEASE.
aOeDOi $1725 C311
477 3424
S'slde Nice Hm S125wk
rnon smnkr. uJtls Incid
near UNF& 9A 982 5094
S'side -NS snare 3br
house $125lk 311 utils
IncIo Call 646 3216
W'side-Snare nice 3 I
$495mo I 2 ulll
Free caele 629-'521
WS-WF seeks day
working Male. Home.
Pool, non smoker $425m
incl utlls. 904-777-5955

435 Rooms
to Rent

ARL $450mo+ dep Inct
until kit & laundry priv


low da
10% off
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435 Rooms
Sto Rent

SOUTHSIDE -furn rm,
free cbl/elek Starting
from $125/wk. 465-1777
Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $395wk.
352-376-9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront
ST. AUG. OCEAN CONDO
beautiful 3/2 Great fall
rates 904-333-1434

442 Beach Home
Rel Rentals
St. Aug/Vllano Bch 4 br
(2 masters)3.5 bath
Brand new home .
Beach access & public
boat ramp ft away.
$1850mo. 904-610-8435





Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale

505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510RIO-3.i OnfLce Sp.L,
lur Sale
SISRe1, i CPice Soace
for Renl

Commnerial,'
500 Industrial
For Sale

Sperry Van Ns.

Jacksonville, FL
Four retail centers for
sale that could be
sold as portfolio or
separately
8000-17500 sq.ft.
(407) 862-0101 ext.
103
Froemmings@svn.com


_SO Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
1360 Nart St.
Commercial building,
Historic built in '29,
80% restored. $110k
obo. 710-5907
ST. JOHNS CO/CR210
Business Space 2000sf,
High traffic area must
relocate. 904-216-6590
07 Businesses
507 For Sale

BAGEL STORE 7yrs at the
Bch. 1stl 21P, Mut sell
247;991 1 234.-1953
European Style Cafe ,n
Atlantic each 1000si
$124 900 2J6 -494
ORIENTAL STORE
Mu.ti 6c11. Great Iic 3[i,.n
Call, i 02066 268-1768
TANNING SALON Great
starter Oi.sr.es Call
90,34 704 4167

515 Office Space
515 For Ren

SOUTHSIDE 3oac .u.
c n: n .' M u t se
$1,'0Omc. Call 443 -720
S'slde-3 Offices
A.3-1 I31 mme im i3tel.
733-1554

525 Retail
525 For Rent

295/ LEM TURNER
-1100sf, cpt, pnt, &
counter, front and rear
access. By Walmart,
Home Depot, Block-
buster and Cross Creek
631-7958 996-2575


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550 Business
Opportunities
555 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold


550 Business
SOpportunities

FLORIDA BASED
FRANCHISE Combines
proven Pack & Ship
concept w/new eBay
trend. Call 877-751-1513
LAUNDRYMAT FOR SALE
Good O M aort area
$87k. 2 509/860 6287

Liquor License, 4COP; Duval
County, $200,000
Call (904) 631.6917

RESTAURANT FOR SALE
Great location & oppty
635-9771 or 273-5639



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Automotive Service
Franchise Is expand
Ingi New location
being developed In
Jullngton Creek area.
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9 , Franchises


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Volusia Mall, Daytona
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560 Financial
6 Services

1st, 2nd Mortgages,
Business, Government,
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Credit accepted we
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700 Domestic 707 Driver
ADULT CARE SITTER Ul:ik':k1711sM
Riverside area. CLASS B CDL.ExcPay&
part-time, Monday Benefits. Great Work
through Friday to ast intEnvironment, Comr
with elderly woman. Join The Seaboard
Excellent references Teaml Apply at 445
are required. Call Jan at IGP 904-82-0991
394-7020 for additional EOIGP E/DFWP
information.
Experienced
Babysitter! Rates Drivers Needed for
cheaper than most no touch Container/
S teenagers. Twenty o r.h C\ie
years old and my name s port work. Class A.
Melissa. Call 207-4937 Call GPC driving
Wk'nd Care Giver needed 443.7377 for instant
at home for disabled, interview, be
$8.50 hr. Call/Fax 396-5566 working in 48 hours.
702^ Customer
702 Service DRIVERS
$800 -$1100 next and
REGENCY AREA every week. & still be
RETAILER $9/HR home weekends. Must
904421-8143 have CoL A & mostly
M 3_LD_1 eb1 er clean 3 yr MVR..
w706 Accounting/
SBoonkkeeping ROLLOFF DRIVER- exep
707 Bookkeeping over 35 clean MVR,M-1
with OT, benefits
BOOKKEEPER/ 626-4220 Mike oi
SECRETARY FT 246-7581
Mon-Fri. hours 9a -Sp. VI ROUTE
Law firm. QuickBooks, CSsTirT rakes
exp required. Benefits Class B air brakes
Available. Please fax apply 2815 Powers Ave
resume to 904-482.0618
attn: Jamie TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potentla
MIG WELDER, Assembler $800-1000/wk Co. pro
with hydraulic tubeexp. vided CDI training foi
Shipper/Recever & those who Qualify
Air Painterneeded. Fax School Grads. & Exp
resume 904- 7393076 Drivers Welcome. Cal
ReneeatR866-&374-0764
707 Driver i

Are you the Driver
We Need? 71 Industrial/
9 Class A F/T 710 Trades
drivers. Call GPC
driving 4437377 for AM. Quality Frame, Inc.,
instant interview, be construction Laborer,
working in 48 hours. 40 hours per week.
Bam-5pi. $7.27per
hour, overtime R $10.91
per hour, located in
Orange Park FL. No
BOAWelSEAr specific amount of
CA2S a'- education, training or
'rSlTUift experience required.
Temporary
SEmployment:
FT R" :l. 02/01/06-12/01/06,20
ri'eAbtIuPn Openings. Entry-level
o- his." -" labor associated with
Berneft aonort framing such as
sarngA vlatd. carrying and cutting
ApPQM.Fan i3pM,: lumber;, nailing with
m8DaWn. hammers; andloading
laa and unloading material
Send resume to
Agency for Workforce
CAB DRIVR NEED innovation P.O.Box
CAR DRIVERS NEEDED 10869 Tallahassee FL,
for busy driver service 32302 hE: JOFL#271ss362
in Florida 346.3955 330 E- JL273
CLASS A TRUCK DRIVER CABINET BUILDER-
Starting outPT to go FT. For custom shop. 10yrs
Must have 3 years exp required, Benefits
experience clean MVR, included 737-6906
cell phone, be over 25. : s Wl
$16.R4/hr + benefits" 1
Call between 10am & CABINET
4pmr 3544855 M-F,.
I INSTALLER I
1 Compcay nsed & ins. Best Pay
vers in Jax. Steady work. 1
$1000 Sign on Great opportunity
at nBonus* 1 31 1
Owner Operators CARPENTER
$2000 Sign on Bonus FRAMING EXPERIENCE
*Pald First 2 Weeks W'slde, Argyle OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
WANTEDI Drivers w/ 2 Call 7592875
or more vrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat CARPENTER or HELPER
SHome most Own transp req'd. Call
weekends 708- 0711 or 813-4455
*Co. starting oay
$.31-.34/mgle CARPENTERS: FRAMERS
SO/OP pay$.90/mile & HELPERS Custom
+ fuel supplement homes. Beaches area,
$.01 Safety Bonus Transp req 904-868-0866
Medical Dental 401k
*$25 Weekly Service CARPENTERS (Framers)
Bonus Needed to start Immed.
Competitivepay
call Call Rob 904 635-2053
A Greg CARPENTERS & HELPERS
800-723-3424 for info Sub-crews Int framing
Good pay 384 3733
DRIVER CARPENTERS & HELPERS
2 years exp. clean MVR. 40hr work wk. Also
No weekends. Comn- Sub Framing Crews.
pelitl.e Wages. Appl Ccall 8a 4p. 904. 509 3510
SI amM F.
9000 Cypress Green Dr. C R ET
Sur.eB1OO. 737 1742 CARPENTERS
Driver COMMERCIAL
Beat the heat? Form Frame & Finimsn
Looking to make Tool., & transportation a
500-8001thls summer musi Top pay. benefits.
Put away that plc arna paa noIPldav5 vacation.
shovel Come Orive for Call Max800N- 693- 738
Jacksornvlie's finest DFWVP EOE
transportation com-
pan',y! Relax in our CARPENTERSExpd tram.
air-conaitioned, late ers8 & helpers Transp
model fleet, reqd 904 509 1960
Be your own ooss. make
your own scheauiel CARPET INSTALLER
Para transit and shuttle Needed as 2nd man in 2
drivers also available man crew. no tools
If Interestedcall needed. exp. back.
Tim Collins 3SS-8294 ground check & drug
lest req. 864-877 1786
DRIVER Class A CDL.
Owner Operators. M110'.FLE :
Smith Cartage local & IN5ALLm'hOUtY ,
Roao Sign on Bonus position pn va & 7 ti.r8
Call Kent 7864756 benefits 778r51
DRIVER P, 7 F 'T
w/Class CDL deslraole. t v.*'J'
but not nec Many other CRANE OPERATOR
benefits Call 318.7122 Exper'd with Link Belt.
TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg/ Tedraulel &convenrr
OTR. dedicated SO1000up thdoaulcsyrs acsnvnull
1 vr OTR 904 476 7264 1uonal w,3 5rs exp. Fujl
benefits DFWP 783 4111
Drivers CLASS B ...'..L*. .*0*"o.
Apply at 2240 Dennis SL DRYWALL FINISHER
2 yrs food deliver exp. /CARPENTER A HELP-
req .S9 25/hr review ERS wanted. Located at
after 3mo's bring M.VR it 9A & Phillips Hwy Call
pusSDite. 354 7600 880 7100


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710 Industrial/
Trades

Drywall Foreman
With commercial, office,
interior exp. We are
looking for a long-term
employee. Exc bnfts.
Please call Tenant
Contractors 268-1008 or
fax resume 268-8995
DRYWALL HANGERS,
FRAMERS FINISHERS
with commercial Inte-
rior exp. Please call
Adams Interior Con-
tractors Inc at (904)
269-1919 between
9a-4pm M-F.
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS top pay bnfts, local
job site. commercial
work, Immed openings
Call 861-0041 DFWP
ELECTRICIANS
JOURNEYMEN & HELPERS
Comm/ resid min. 2yrs
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
Incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
Call 721.-4044
8751 Atlantic Blvd.

Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Call Callaway Contract-
ing at 904-751-8944
between 6:30a & 8:30a
GRANITE & QUARTZ
INSTALLERS
Fast growing co needs
quality Installer to
Install grantle & Quartz
counter tops. Top pay
for top Installers. Many
positions to fill.
DFWP 219-0656
GUTTER INSTALLERS
Exp'd, Best Pay In Town
Call 904 626. 5290
GUTTER INSTALLER
Experience needed
Good pay & benefits.
288-8888 or apply at
7084 Davis Creek Road
HEAVY EQPT OPERATOR
& OTR DRIVERS small
growing site & prep Co.
904.350.0502
HOUSEWRAP
INSTALLERS
Must have transporta-
tion. Exc payl Benefits/
Bonuses Hardworking
reliable people only!
Call 636 0707.
PAINTERS 3 years
FOREMAN 7 years
min commercial
painting exp. req'a. FT.
own transportation req'd
Verifiable refs. DFWP.
S David & Co 636 7788.
PAINTERS needed for
Industrial work. Some
travel involved. Need
experience in all phases.
Top pay. Fax qualifi-
cations 904-269-1530
PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must Cal 838 3827 or
Ofc 264 7086
PLUMBERS: FOREMAN
M/F- HELPERS multi
family projects for Jax
benefits 877-351-6226
ext 2024
Hiring Exp. PT Maintenance
$10/hr.
Call 641-5033
ROOFERS
Good pay. Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431


710 Industrial/
STrades

TECHNICIANS & HELPERS
Install home theater &
surround sound sys
tools & truck required.
for more info: 237-5999

Looking for exp'd Pipe
Fitters & Pipe/Tube
Welders In the Jack-
sonville & surrounding
areas. Call Human
Resouces 800:687. 4857

712 Mechanic

Auto Techs needed ASAPI
Competitive hourly pay
and benefits. Must have
own tools. ASE Certifi-
cations a plus. Good
driving record a must.
- Call Bob Scott at 626-2526
SEMI TRL/CONT/CHAS-
SIS MECHANIC/TIRES
Jax area. Shop/Mobile
Days/Nights. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
eflts. 904,695-7045.

713 Legals -

LEGAL SECRETARY
Highly motivated with
substantial exp. In
plaintiff PI law. Type 70
wpm & have good
communication com-
puter & transcription
skills. Send resumes
and salary reqs to
Jreago rjaxlegalhelp.com

714 Insurance
AUTO INS. 220 OR
440 Good pay & bnfts

Fax resume to 285-6574
CSR 440 LICENSE
Speciality Insurance. 2 3
years experience. Good
computer skills
required. Resume to:
cs5rDmc26050g.yanoo cor.,

1 Management/
715 Professional

APT MOR/MAINT TECH
needed for local apt
complex Benefits
Include: rent free apt.
until's d vac. sick time
& holidays. Will con-
sider 2 person team or
Indv. Mgr neeas office
skills Maint ecn
should oe familiar witn
all phases o l Apt turn &
maint. Mail resume or
Letter of Interest to:
7865 Sourhslde Blvd.
lax Fl 32256 Fax
904.642.0972 EOE -
EXECUTIVE ASST
key Inside support
person. Computer liter-
ate. Peachtree Acctg &
webslte development a
plus Exc wage & ben
efit pkgVigneaux Corp
904,83 1600 or
fax 904 783.-1700

Family Advocacy
Case Manager
at Family Support
Center. Mayport
Naval Station. FL.
LCSW or LMFT
required license. FAX
resume to (210)
735 .8648 or e-mail
SaratogaJob@S8CGIobal.net

GROUNDSKEEPER/
LEASING AGENT
FT. full benefits
Apply In person M.F 10-5
Heron Walk Apts
7400 Powers Ave.
No phone calls pleasel


Part Time or Full Time
You Choose!!


Join us at our
JOB FAIR
Thursday, OcL 20,2005 from
9am-4pm
Radisson Riverwalk Hotel
1515 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville,
FL 32207

Kelly Educational Staffing Is now hiring
individuals interested in the field of
education to fill

300+ Immediate
substitute teacher
positions

for Duval County Public Schools all across
Jacksonville. No special skills are needed
for these great positions, just 60 credit
hours of college course work and a desire
to help children succeed.
These flexible positions can be full-time
or a perfect source of part-time income.

Join us at our Job Fair

Kelly
Educational Staffing
245-7555


71C Management/
715 Professional


HUMAN
RESOURCE
ANALYST
Great opportunity for a
detail oriented, orga-
nized person who
enjoys a fast-paced
environment. Respon-
sibilities to include
management of Human
Resource Information
System, employee
benefit reconciliation,
and customer service.
Strong PC skills
required experience
with ABRA a plus.
For more Information
can 743-1883.
Apply In person
(9am-4 m,M-Fonly)
9oVr mailesune to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900niv!ty Blvd. N,
e7B TtFleoor),
f eM~ FL 32211L
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Workplace

MILITARY EXP
Leaders to help build &
train winning team
Professional Image &
strong ppl skills
$600/wk pot. 733-9421

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

RBHS. MHRC and
MHCJ have the
following openings:
Mental Health
Court/Hospital
Llaslon
I BA/BS req., exp. pref.
Overlay Counselor
Juvenile Justice
Masters level, or BA/S
and 2 yrs exp.
Emergency Services
Evaluator
PT Wknd Nights
BA/BS 4+1 yr exp In
diagnosis
Apply In person
(9a.m.-4 pin., M. F only)
or mail resume to
OBHS, Human Resources,
970 Unvety Blvd. North,
SuIte 700 (td Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32211..
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EDtE/ A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE

SOFTWARE TRAVEL
TRAINER At Beach.
Legal SW Co Critical
Great Windows
Knowledge. College
Degree. Pos Attitude
and Attention to Detail.
Job requires extensive
US travel. Resume to:
hrcasesoft.com


720 Medical
ATTENTION MEDICAL
PROFESSIONALS:
Medical Assistants, Front
Desk and Medical Col-
lections Rep. Needed.
Fax resumes to
904.332.8833.
No New Grads'

Needed tor busy OB/GYN
offc. FT/PT Exp a must.
Fax resume 904 398 0166

Physical Therapy
Assistant
at Naval Medical Cinic
Mayport. FL Rea PTA
certification Cacmoei.
live salary and sign.on
Donus. 3t DiaO Osys Ogr.
Insurance. 401K
FAX resume to
1- 210- 735-8646 or e-mail
S.irat0QiJOD rabC6Gi.DiI n3it


RBHS. MHRC and
MHCJ have the fol-
lowing opportunities
available immediately

to people who want to
make a difference in
the lives of others
through behavioral
health care:
RNs-lnpatient-
Great Schedule-
Full Benefits
M F Days, Evenings,
No Weekends
required
Mental Health
Techs
FT Evenings, PT all
shifts, direct care

Driver/Service Aide
FT Days, Personal
Vehicle req.
For more info, please
call 743 1883.
PRN RNs and LPNs.
MHTs always
welcome.
Apply hi person
(9 a.m,- 4Njrk, M-F only)
or manl resume to
.RBS, Human Resources,
900 Unvelty Blvd. North.
Suite oO(7th Floor)I
Jacksonville 32n1L
Fax resume to 743-5109.
EOE/A Drug Free Wori place


723 Dental
CLINICAL DENTAL
ASSISTANT
Salary $25,300-S28,500
Exp'd for progressive
Arlington Cosmetic
practice. Must be a self
starter with good
communications skills
to present treatment to
patients. Excellent
benefits 34 hr week. Fax
resume to: 221-5194
FRONT OFFICE/DENTAL
ASST. F/T EDA Req, Exp
nec. please Fax
resume 904-268-8648

724 Education

INFANT TEACHERS -
FT/PT St. Mark's Ark,
3976 Hendrlcks Ave.
346.0404
SPECIAL PROJECTS
COORD- small pvt
school. proficient In
computer applications.
Fax resume
904-726-9630 email
resume@depaulschool.com

725 Office/
I 9 Clerical

ADMIN ASST, PAYROLL &
FLUNG for Fast Paced
PEO to join their team;
Fax resume to
904.880.6370 or email
HR~matrixpeo.com
ADMIN ASST needed for
Transporatlon Broker.
fax resume 269-7327
Beaches Software
Development Company
seeking an adminis-
trative support person.
At least 5 years expe-
rience in a fast-paced
environment preferred.
Must hve exellen


Must have excellent
oral and written com-
munication skills and
be proficient with MS
Office tools, Visit
www.casesoft.com/em
ployment.shtml for
more Information or
send your resume and
cover letter to
employment@casesoft.com
Organized, self-starter.
Experienced In
Microsoft Office. Team
player with the ability
to multi-task. Be able
to train individuals on
how to use equipment.
Email resume and
salary requirements to
Jacklemq cllj.com or fax
to (904) 399-0448.
RECEPTIONIST/
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
Busy autobody shop
needs a mullti-task
receptionist/accounts
payable/front office
clerk, must have great
presentation and be
very customer service
oriented, quickbooks &
previous customer
service experience
preferred, salary based
on experience, fax
rmeumes/references &
salary history to:
904-880-9699 attn:
carolee position
available Immediately.


Professional/
730 Personal
Services
HAIR STYLIST & NAIL
TECH W/EXP. Blow Out
2222 Park St. 384-5605
SALON MANAGER
1 year min exp. manag-
in a national chain
sanon. Exc customer &
interpersonal skills.
Must be professional,
motivating & have exc.
teamwork. Confidential.
Call Joanne 620-0556

732 Computer
732 Technology

IT PROFESSIONALS
www.elite-is.com
Apply on line

735 Restaurants/
j3 Hotels

Bartenders, Waltstaff &
Cook needed.
Apply in person
a Stadium Club
BARTENDERS &
MANAGERS
Call Fantasy Showbar
904693.0795
Bartenders FT/PT. Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641.2301
DANCERS, BARTENDERS,
SERVERS, SECURITY
Call 384.0870
DANCERS, DOORSTAFF, &
BARTENDERS NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec.
Will train. AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399- 1110
DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
and Security
Cay Night sr-irt5 aail.
Biggest shonbar- in Jas!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
CROSSROADS SHOWBAR
247-4322
FRONT DESK CLERKS
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HUNGRY HOWIE'S
PIZZA & SUBS Hiring
Delivery Drivers &
Inside Store Staff
lor Out Riverslde and
103rd t. l ocations DrI
ers must have valid
Florida drivers iireose.
root 0 Insurance. Must
e able to work rigriLs &
weekendC. 5Sartirng pay
$6.15 Ser hour $I .50 per
delivery tips. Please
3appf at 4162 Herscei 1St
In Riverside

MANAGER
Night club. da, & night
shirts Experienced only
Food service exp.
needed & benefits.
GOLD CLUB 645-$500
I,, PA 11N E1T ; 1 *VtRH: r1 d =
Now hiring, FT/PT, $$
Special Events, all
positions, 234-A
Phillip Randolph Blvd
PARADISE ISLAND
DANCERS NEEDED
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
Restaurant
DAVE &
BUSTER'S

Sales are UP!
NOW HIRING
ALL POSITIONS!
APPLY IN PERSON
Mon Thurs 2 4pm at
7025 Salisbury Rd eoe
SERVERS- Exp'd. Days.
Club Continental.
Orange Park. 264 6070
Waltstaff, Bartenders,
Doorstaff
Call 399 1110
Waitstaff
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033

740 Retail

H.r.ngr,i :ni -r r.i l.a1r3g,:r


745 sales

ADVERTISING SALES High
Letel orghat & articu-
late t,,: .elprlnt ads for
20yr old nal'l trade pub
Emaii &lrl, i.a-c ir.:..:-.:.. 'n
INDEPENDENT REP
to sell Leanin Tree Caras
Jax market Exc com-
mission potential. Call
Amy 407 697 2187 or lax
407 850 5693
LIGHTING. ELELCTRICAL
SUPPLY SALES In
Jacksonville. Etp reqd.
Benefits. Incentive
b o n u s C a ll
877 445- 7341
ROUTE SALES & WARE-
HOUSE- must have
clean driving record.
Grocery evppref'd Call
Jim 716.295 4.7prm or
lax resume 288-8486
S'side Moving Sale-
Sat 7 30 12:30. 8652
Yorksn.re Ct Some furr,
& lOtS of o00oka..
Unfinished Wood
furniture sales. Fax
resume &.salary req.
904-641-9834

747 Telemarketing

Telemarketing: 50yr Nat'l
Trd Pub seeks exp OB
telemktr FT, base,
bonus, bnflts. Resume
blewls@chiroeco.com

750 Technical/
7 aV Engineering

ALL FIELD POSITIONS-

Ins. and Vacation.
Tetirement Plan, Room
for advancement DL
req 722-0400 fax
722-0402
BIOMEDICAL FELD
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Anesthesia & respiratory
exp req. Overnight
travel req. Valid DL w/
good driving record req
Must be self motivated
& directed with excel-
lent communication &
organizational skills.
Must work well with
limited spvsn. Submit
resume to: BM 8737727
C/O The Florida Times
-Union, One Riverside
Ave., Jacksonville, FL
32202
Draftsman
for surveying co.
w/exp Ph. 346- 1733


JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 20, 2005


750 Technical/ 755 Miscellaneous 902 Appliances 928 Ele
Engineering_______ _______
Gen. Const Supt ii 11 Washer/Dryer-eHD $200; A51" inct
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(E0E4/3DF7W2P17 req'd training provided. able Washer Dryer Con
FWUP TO $16/HS Lessthantwo 15 foot
Immediate openings years old. Great multi
MECHANICAL FT/PT. 1-800-731-4901 condition. Can deliver Games, $300
Window Cleaners & $400.994-0100 612,9
DESIGNER Construction Cleane pro
Must have reliable Articles Pux-ro D
Piping projects and relable9042620252 For Sale
To support Industria rel 905 aorbsae e
site development max SF
packages. AutoCAD YARD CHECK CLERK F/T 3 piece Contem- bullet tweet
required. Southside r Clock set woven con
Call 800-356-3240 Call Myrna 733,4414 B Bc Gol$150 OB
x216 or Email __ __ __ Asking$20. 904-71C
gwtaeng.com 760 Part-Time Call 553.60l5 SonyW
150 P.I33y,
R T C4x6 Utility Trailer neh
RADIO TECHNICIAN$200, laptop com- 904-529
INSTALLER Clay County Jacksonville Area Legal puer $100 dorm 5pn
Sheriffs Office, F/T for Aid Inc. is recruiting refrigerator $40,
Radio & Emergency individuals to collect treadmill $100, German
e o uipment. State information for Its Fair camera $100. Shop- S A
retirement, drug free Housing Advocacy smith $400904-272.7352 94
w workplace. E O E Center. No experience
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November 7,2005. For must have good Window Unit FIREW
application or infor- observation skills and '1 Yrold. Sears Stockup No\
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752 Warehouse Work is assigned 90oneverythingnowl
_.C according to our needs 358-2265 259-2292C
and your schedule, 1 945
LOADER/UNLOADER Participants are com- Big screen Phillips
UPS part-time jobs, pensated for training MagnavoxnTV44x58,
$8.50/hr. upsjobs.com and subsequent t $850.Car audio
assi nments. Call StereoKenwood ALDERMANw P
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immed opening w/exp. Testing Coordinator at 4X6nTSD690RF 6X9,Remov- 8a-lpm. I
paysupto $10/hr + (904)356-8371ext. 356. ablefacew/case remote Road near T
Benefits after 90 days. cntr $350.4pcEnt ctr
Must Ift 751bs. Apn nCerodak oor L HUGE GA
p Tues 1t & Auto Cherrywoodback mi in The Val
Musto Aues Al8th i nM Auto lights w/60" TV inset $200. MNeDR a
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2905 Danese St. Bkgrnd 810 Service & CallVicke903824611 Hidden Hll
Chk & drug test reqd Repair cF. Bunk Bed set Room to wares toi
I Go,AlllIn one $300OBO morel Frli
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753 Security 6073-3 Roosevelt Blvd. O/PMIddleburgArea Arl Clifton
7nearHAS. We PI21nstall hnwares caWthe
convertible tops, ,, Buying Comic books& oaorestu
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a CA 588 3-54 Installed 45 min. or less. CARPORT SALE BASEBALL
SECURITY OFFICE RS- Call for free estimates. Orange ParK SALE 3rd
T PCURITY OFFICERS- 779-1213or 918-5465 Fri. & Sat., Oct 21 & 22. Sat 10/22,
beneits.Palae klI. Offering factory rebate. Lots of Toys,
Pa r ateupt -lOi),hir 3 Child Loc./info 800-613-8728 ClothesN
Call Foe Prtctie 8 Care CHRISTIAN DIOR MINK
Services, 999 I STROLLER 14-16 female ICWBentwa
PnilIIG, he Stef 305. laii pelts Heather Brown, Comm. WW
Fl 904 737149 DFWP Greater Life Chlldcare Canadian origin, 1 owner Sat. 7.1.540
%esiaside. infants .5aer $2500. 912-729-2044 Hodges BIvi
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AgND sCan tinORE1 school. vouchers aO k ChryslerLHS 1999
Jax Augustine I Call 779 2323. 545 1805 ForSaleCleaia JCPLANTATIO
S area .0hr/wk, I In Home loaded, runs great Multi Family
areaOhr/wk I in Home looks great Sat 8-12, Sae
$9.S50per/hr. Class D I 0 Chlldcare Provider K entrance a
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Associates Inc.. aiecrimlnation .25-$1.00,Great fund PLANT A TI
DFWP EOE/M/F/D/V 912 673 7865 raiser. Cost $500.00 ea. ANNUAL GA
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State Licensed Call 536-8870/779.9601 22,2005 8:
755 Miscellaneous Daycare .e Criminal Justice 12:00 P.M.
7 MclOlenilngs. a)as. Books CRM 426 Kenslngi
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CIngan at 904813053 -3yrs meals, activities, 612-9998 only$2251
drop Ins. Carrie Ann's D 751-2
CASHIERS 912.882-0640 Dell 700M Notebook 651
or 10 %Ke, iVills. 4 daa /__ __ | Intel Pentium pro- Lakewood
mu:rk mcek. TOo p a & a i).cessor, 1-60GHz 8am-?.2406
ert 781 0 Legal 496MB/RAM Blvd. V
GEERLWO S 871 Services DVD+R/RW Creative 2.1
GENEEERALDWORKRTS speaker system. Carry Mand-1 girl:
CAREER IN PRINTING, Divorce,Criminai, rcase chargers $ 7 00 eventow t
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rn eod eppl,. ,n otre. Free Initial Consultation, .-s Double Eddie Fauer ms-. F2ri
s.'n Trcnd Onset Prnt. Nell L. Welnreb Attorney T Baby Stroller
.ng 10301 Buscn Dr N at Law. 858-2999 |>Excellentcondition MANDARIN M
CALL 904 696.8675 www.nelltegal.com $75. Call 573-2863 Saturday 1
Jacksonviile,FL 8am-2
GROUNDSKEEPER/ 4 DRILL PRESS 12108 Weal
LEASING AGENT Craftsman floor Estates
FT full benefits 894 Massage stand. Good con- Furn. I
Apply in person MeF 10.5%____ dltlon. $150. Kero- All In good cc
HipersonWalMA-t ADICTE0TOMAsene Reddi blower
7eron Walk Arpts ADDICTED TO MASSAGE? heater. $40. Good for MANDARIN
7400 Powers Ave.e For Best Massage Ever! garage heat. 246-4461 Garage Sale
No phone calls please! In/Out calls. MM16389 ter Oaks. Sa
HOLIDAY DECORATOR Jax to all Beaches Fiberglass Truck Loretto & St
exciting opptyto deco- 1975 Wells Rd. OP, 272-9115 Top per-For small -
rate large Christmas picK-up. Excellent MANDARIN -S
Trees etc. condition. Cur- Nelghborhc
Call John 398-a9880 rently painted black s a e, 0
EOEDFWNP 76"x60" $300OBO. 8am-2pm.
O86-WP 71279 shine. off Su


To oversee and perform
general housekeeping
and light janiori al
duties at ouLthside
mental health facillt
Supervisory and
nealtncareexp oref FT
., beneits..
Apply In person
(9 am. 4 pmi M-F only)
or ma resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor)
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume 16 743-5109.
EOEt A Drtj Free Wrorpl.ace

IRRIGATION TECH: Pri
vale Club- Atlantic
Beacn Drug Free
WorkpIace FT
\benerlts.401k Expe.
rience NecessarV.
Starting pa3 negoti.
ated Ca3 246 4711

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

900 Antiques

Antique Safe early 1900's
29x26x40 $800.
904-388-8535/226-7845

902 Appliances

365 APPLIANCE RESCUE

E GE Washer Dryer &
/ Stove $200 each
2 Almost new! Call
317-5301 or
850:723-5307
SGrand Am SE '94
Great body, great
interior, minor
engine work, runs
good. Pics available.
Ken 729-6421 $800
4 Keystone 2002, 24ft
5th wheel with 8 ft
slide.Great shape
reese hitch incl. 13,900
352.475.1565
SLarge Ca pacity
Drye' Really good
S shape. $100.Will
deliver. Call
9994-0100
SMaytag Washer
Dryer Nice shape.
\ Can deliver. Call
994. 0100 $280
4 New GE Electric
Black Range $200
4|1 New GE dish-
washer $100 Black.
Call Ashley 908.7984
2 black goods
SProtonn power Incline
treadmIll 385c space
i[saver used very little
$200.375. 9733
4, Refrigerator
Kenmore Almond
| side by side. 24
Cubic ft. Has ice
maker. Call 729-7218
leave message $125


, For Sale-Leisure
SBay Spa-1 year old
I just lke new have
all paper work. Call
912.882-4553
A Free Above Ground
SPool- Disassembled
S1 ready to go. Con-
r tact Stephanie
S542.3096 x236
HOT TUB/SPA
5 person redwood
cabinet, lounger. 24
jets, like new, sacrifice
$1495. 904-349.4014
SHot Wheels Toy
Collection
1> Not inpkg, old and
new, 00s to pick
from $2.00 each
269-4503
KIDS CLOTHES -24MOS
-8YRS, from play
clothes to church
clothes, even school
uniforms. 771-2510
Large Mirror $25
Caleca Pasta
boqwis $100.
Scanner still in box
$25, sofa exc. cond.
$250 908 0964
Men's Leather
Cowboy Boots
Black, size 12
never worn, $50
Call 912-576-3130
Metal cabinet top,
4 opens for files. Drawer
I bottom storage
w/door. locable 28
inches high $25. 268-2482
& Oak tabie w/4 chairs
48" diam. w/24" exten-
sion perfect cond.
$435. Call 264-6364
4 Personal Organizer
Beige, metal
S2cabinet with top
file, drawer, bot-
tom storage with door.
Lockable, great con-
dition. $25 268-2482
SPower House
Bench, Flex, knee,
weight set. excel-
lent cond. Paid
$325 asking $100 obo.
Call 491-7996
Smith Workout
$ Station Lots of
Extras. Call
269-1174 $100 OBO
TANNING LOTION
-wholesale. Sell $220
Call Lisa 291-7628
Three Beige Marble
S Sinks Ready to
fm Install. All single.
Asking $10 each.
Call 553.6015
Trail er 4x6
T$225.,Shopsmlth
ktl$500. Tennis ball
lob-ster $100,Tread-
mill $100.Dorm fridge
$40.Laptop computer $100.
CAll 904-272-7352
4, Two BMX Bikes 20
Inch wheels one
S Mongoose and one
Next bike. Good
shape $100. Call Paul
620-9387
Two Twin Beds
SCherry.wood pillar
S headboards, mat-
tress, box-springs,
frames, comforters,
sheets Included, Excel-
lent cond. 573-0557 $175
4, WELDER
SMultl Station Gym
$100. Elna sewing
machine w/case
$50. Comet In working
ciodition w/case $50.
908-4830

1i Building
J-JLJ Supplies
CONCRETE ROOF TILES,
Hanson Vict. Midnight
2.5 pallets, rake & ridge
vent, 352-585-7269

920 Business/
920V Office
Going Out of Business
Sale-Glass showcase ,2
sale counters.Custom.
made wall unit
w/desk.Must sell.Call
904-388-8535/226-7845
Workstation / Cubicles
ONLY $595
Herman Miller 8'x8'
With Pedestal & Overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
& Jewelry
Marquise Brilliant cut
1.14ct., E color VVS2,
flanked by (2 .SOct
trillions set in pLatinum
$12k. 610-8801

925 Computers

S450MHz Pentium
17" Monitor CDRW
drive $100 300MHz
Pentium Is" moni-
tor CDRW drive $80 Call
249-6916
SCompaq 233MHz
36B, 50x CDRom
SI 56k Mod, windows,
152MB SDRAM
office crystal, BP Audio
onboard Audio. $150 Bill
246.03017am.7pm
928 Electronics

S50" Phllips TV
Excellent condition
S recently serviced,
under warranty.
$700 OBO. Call Jason
(H)213-4384 or
(W)542.8507 ext 105


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ectronics

iTV 4 Sale
reo equip-
all 778-2464
nation 2 w/3
trollers
extension
ap card. 6
for all. John
998
ynamlcs
Speakers,
tt 110 db
PL, Super
er 6.5 inch
ne woofer
OS Call
0-3931
ega36" T.V.
rs old, like
9 $450.
-9630 after
)m

C/Heat/
Fuel
gOD
w and cut
ing cost!
ned Black-
eoak &
delivered
& 4261
Garage
Sales
ARK
at, Oct 22,
Lone Star
ownsend
.RAGE SALE
ey, Monu-
;ross from
s CC. furn,
ols, elec. &
&. Sat. 7-3.
ine Rd S.
Area furn,
as jewl lots
ff. Fri-Sat
y Ave.
LAND HS
GARAGE
ANNUAL.
8-2pm
Furniture,
lisc, Car
ba Burgers
water Place
ide Sale.
homes on
d. between
Atlantic.
IN ESTATES
SYard Sale
e located at
& 741 Pep-
e & 324 N.
Loop. No

N CREEK
ION FALL
RAGE SALE
OCTOBER
00 A.M. -
iton 4/2 Backs
erve screen
% in GRwalkin
spreapprvl
K by appt.
2392
-Fri & Sat
University
W. #2.
size 12 slim
n.Desk air
tys,cloths,
9-3 & Sat
1 Claire Ln.
MOVING SALE
0/22/05.
2 m
terwood
i Dr. W.
Misc.
Mnd. $$ only
-N'hood
e, Clearwa-
t 8am. Near
Aug Rd.
utton Oaks
)od garage
c t 22th
. Rain or
nbeam Rd


Mand Holly Ridge Comm.
Sale Sat. 8-12. San Jose
N. of Orange Picker Rd.

'MOVING SALE
I I
1 10/22 7 to 3. 5551 |
I LondonLake Dr. Fur- |
nature, odds & ends.
SDon't Miss outil j

Neighborhood Sale
Shel SBay Subdivision
4mi E. of Dames Point
Bridge on Heckscher Dr.
Lots of kids toys & vari-
ous items. Sat 8am-?
N'SIDE-FINAL MOVING
SALEI Paneling, Cabi-
nets appliances, etc.
Fr& Sat 8-6pm.
6820 Keyes Rd. off
Braddock & Dunn.
OP-BIG RUMMAGE SALE
Fundraiser at Ridgeview
H.S. Sat. Oct 22nd7a-3p.
OP MOVING SALE. Sat & 1
1907 Captiva Dr off 220
near Whitey's Fish Camp
ORANGE PARK
CELEBRATION CHURCH
Yard Sale Multi Family
Sat. 10/22. 8am;
1512 Kingsley Ave.
ORTEGA FOREST Sat 8-12
4606 Long Bow Rd.,
Huge Sale! Bargains!
REED ISLAND
COMMUNITY SALE
Sat, Oct 22 8am. 2pm
Behind St. Johns Landing
RIVERSIDE/ AVONDALE
-4235 Lexington Ave.
Furn elect, blowup
kayak, lawn mower.
mega HH & kit items,
clothes, Fri-Sat 8-2
SAN JOSE MOVING SALE
Fri/Sat 8a-4p. Everything
must go! 2469 Saragossa
SOUTHSIDE-1050 Chat-
ford Rd. Sat-Sun 9-3,
fum, misc items, Subdv
past BK Highschool
S'side -Hickory Glen'
Comm Sale Sat 8am.-
10/22 off Bowden Rd.
SLAug-Moving. All must
go. Furn,artaccess,
antiq.Sat 10/22.8a-4p
Call for preview. 940-0902
212 Edge of Woods
Turnberry In WGV.
SWITZERLAND Geneva
Presbyterian women
1755 S.R. 13, yard sale.
Sat 8:00-2:00. Furn
clothes toys lots of mis
WESTSIDE -Fr l'9-5 Sat
9-3.989 Westgate Dr.
Variety
W'slde-Multl F ram Sale/
BBQ Sat 8-4. Excavator.
paddle boat.Boat & mtr,
Truck tl bxsOpen House
Sale Furn, Door prizes,
1429 Halsema Rd. N.
Whitehouse off 1-10

Bargain Hunters Galore

This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting 0)
$7/Day


SFurniture

L, 5 yr old 6pc Dining
e Room Set
Glass table top.
Sits atop of a
wrought Iron base
w/marble inlay &
scrolled legs. A picture
is on Ebay w#
4410982676. $620 for set.
Firm. 997-8731
A Antique Butterfly
Leaf, trestle table,
Sperf. cond. $350
264- 6364
Antique Wash




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Bed, BIG SALEnd
Low Overhead-U Save
New Mattress Sets and
backsWholesale Showroomalnut
w/ublic Saurle 1/2walnut onrice-





Twin Sets $79-795
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Memory Foam Frclosem $4out00
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deliver. (904) 718-0617 .
Bed fullsize bookcase
headboard, frame,
boxsprg, mattress w/
matching dresser $600.
computer stand $90.
call 642-7615
BED -KNGSZ New con-4
dition...moving to small
condo. 15in mattress,
2pc box spring, with
frame. Enclosed in
waterproof plastic
protector since purl
chased last year:
Includes sheets, pil-
lows, cases, padded
cover, spread... all for
$600 cash. (904)
565-9277
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955 Household
95 Furniture

Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
/ CLEARANCE SALEIII
3 PC Queen Bed $19d
I5 Pc Oak Dinette $193
2 Pc Sofa&Chair From$29a
S Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
CR's From $121
Color TVs From $7
4 Drawer Chests
COURT CLEARANCE


B, ose Floor Speakers
501s,Great sound,
Excel. cond. $250 pair.
904-529-9630 aft 5pm
BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. Pillow Top In
Plastic $200 (904) 67*040S
Brand Name Queen PIl-
Iowtop set $150.
w/warranty. Can
deliver. (904)85 9350
BR FURN -8pc, used set,
nat. maple finish $700
992-6466
BUNKBED Cargo med.
finish w/dresser. desk
& hutch. $450. 509-2431
& Captains Queen
S Bed Dresser,
i nIghtstand head-
board, footbaord,
railing, Simmons mat-
tress medium oak,
excellent condition,
paid $2700. Asking $900
491-7996
COMFORTER -J.C. Penny,
Qn reversible Shams,
bed skirt, drapes, $145
783-8561
A Computer Desk
Excellent cond $75,
exercise bike
excellent condi-
tion $90. End tables,
wood, excellent con-
dition $90 each 645-0630
SBaby Crib 3 In 1
4 Crib, toddler bed.
Sside rails make full
"hdbd and ftbd. Crib
mattress Inc. $150 obo
904-220-5996
DR SET -Mother of Pearl,
curio cab, Made In Italy,
seats 6, rectan le shp,
white, $800 692-5989
S Enetrtalnment
SCenter
| Holds 32 inch TV.
Wooden, 3 shelf,
CD storage on side. $30
912674-4084
ENTER. CTR.-$135.
Sleeper Sofa-$150,
Desk w/chafr-$75,
Kenmore Sewing Mach.
w/cablnet-$100, TV &
Stand-$30 Stereo sys.
w/speakers-$40.
318-3224
Formal Dining
Perfect Condition
$1200 317-0529
4, Great Looking
S Couch Neutral
I colors with bur-
Sgundy, excellent
condition $175. Serious
callers call "Von"
904-859-7117
MUST PICK UP
Living Room Furn
Sofas-Two $150
each; Arm chairs
two $100 each;
Rocker arm chair &
ottoman $100 645-0630
MOVING SALE, furnm,
vintage crnr sect. couch,
crnr bl, oriental folding
scrn, twin beds bdrm
chr, 2 fir lamps, color TV,
K-sz bdrm set 1970's,
comp. w/desk. 631-0786
Moving Sale-Liv-
I ng room sets
| 1 $400-$600 each,
dining room set
$250, Bistro set $50. Call
Ashley 908-7984
4, Oak Tables $150.
3piecemnook table &
chairs $175, Pictures,
Greenery pieces
negotiable.. Call
Mrs. Graham 710-3298
Recliner Sofa With
fold down table &
S love seat. Good
K cond. Blue $500.
Kitchen table
w/matching china
cabinet wood condi-
tion $00 317-0529
4, Resin Wicker
Coffee Table
White, in excellent
condition $25 030.
891-8460
Sofa Love Seat &
Chair-Tan, very
comfortable $500
OBO. Call Mike at
813.4001 or 998- 8822
SOFA -Iv seat $250, flat
top range $300, d/w $75
tbl/chrs $75 422-4606
4, SoRd Oak King
| Queen Headboard
with lights, mirror
storage, two
nightstands. Top stor-
age cabinets, triple
dresser $675 276- 3736
South Western 6pc
Bedroom Set $1200
Leather couchwith
Autumn $750. Cof-
fee/end tables $350 Call
(904)537.-7862
STwo Natural White
4 Wicker Rockers
J With green/beige
cushions, in excel-
lent cond. $50each OBO
891.8460
WATERBED k n g
w/drawers, $400. Call
472-3653
.a Wrought Iron &
SWood Tables
TOL &Sofa & Cocktail.
Bought from Pot-
tery Barn. 2 Years old.
$450 for both. They are
on Ebay for pictures the
number is #4410730815
904- 997. 8731

960 Machinery

TOOL & DIE Hand tools.
Like new/Fraction of
cost. 912-882-5545
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services

ALTO SAXOPHONE -
rarely used, $1000. Call
904-998-0159
GUMBALL MACHINES -6.,
3 new, 3 slightly used, 3
heads on 1 stand. pd
$170ea. aski ng $100 ea.
282-9087


$6500. 509D2439
PIANO -Wurlitzer, Fruit-
wood, Spinnet $700 obo
282-9087

Pool a Goods

A4 Cannondale CFoor
/ T HybrId 24spd,
d only rode 3x, pd $800.
Sell $500. OBO
Ca 4777879/He 7811704
GOLF BAG-Gator,
w/clubs $400, Sears
stationary exercise
bike w/we ghts $100,
original ab lounge $100

a Golf dubslRam gold

4 3pwl.3-5 woods
bag$80. Dunlop irons
3.pw $35. 771- 0365
GYM SYSTEM -Para
Body220, IncI press
station. $500 285-3508
Pool Tables 1/2 Price
All Maple No Formica
Hand Carved 1" slate
$1895 Save 505-7941

Adv. model 525x
w/I-Link.wide track
belt.$325. 09.
Call Jason/Heather at
904 213.4384


Proform Crosswalk
Treadmill-Protech
cushioning.space
saver.like new,.200.
Call 264-2931
Schwinn, Comp,
Bowflex,like new
$550. 412-6063
4, Window A/C
Heat/Cool $300. A/C
Blower $25.00,7.00x15
Trailer tire & rim
$25.Antique Gurman cam-
era $100. 904-272-7352

985 Trailers

SX10O UTILITY TRLR -$650
takes it.
Call 287-6245






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


1005 Livestock
& Supplies

-96 AQHA 14.2 hands
Chestnut Mare, Sire,
www.luckseasysantaboy.com
Dam sum kinda beat,
race horse. 2 day
mounted police clinic
team penned, trail
$3500. 904n259-3732

1010 Pet's&
Supplies

o100 ogaL Salt Water Set
up & running. Wet/Dry.
Protein Skimmer.light
syst.Drilled w/overflow
Oak canopy cabinet. 8
fish Incl.$800.714-2120
40+ PUPPIES ON SALE
Pet Emporium
Avenues 464-0146,
OP Mall 278-6800
Adorable Kittens
SAffectionate. FREE
STO GOOD HOME &
Family, ready to
purr in your la.
904-813-9539

V ADORABLE V
PUPPY SALE iI
Chihuahua, Yorklde,
PaplIlion, Chinese
Crested, Maltese
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
AMERICAN BULL DOG
PUPS Titles dogs, grt
bloodline. 491-8251
AUSIE PUPS -UKCI, Merle
www.mccartyscorgis.c
om 352-591-2271

Bengal Kittens, males,
$500. 706-2949600
howellsweat@knology.net
Bichon Frise Non -
sheddin wht S&W, HC,
$500. 778-3263/742-6333
Boxer,L Greyhound,
Min-Pin, Schnauzer,
Doxle.PoodleCocker,
Blchon & more.
7444433/ 710-7645
CHIHUAHUA PUPS Tcup,
12 wks, POP, HC, 3M,
Very tiny $500. 866- 7352
Chinese Pugs (2) 3y/o
breedable Fern fawn
color, $650. 778,8665 Im
DACHSHUND MINI PUPS
AKC, HC, M/F, LH/SH,
$300 & up. 352 489 3733
Dachshund Pups M/F
AKC, rare colors,
micrchp, $450-$500
cash 4494267
DACHSHUNDS -MinI,
CKC, blk/tan, lowrider
bidin, 781-8538
DEER DOGS VETERAN
For sale 813-5541
DOBERMAN PUPS 10 wks
AKC loyal companions
/home security $700.
Call 352-875-8175
DOBIE PUP AKC
POP, shots, tails dock,
$450- $300. 904-275-4100
Eng Bulldog Pups AKC
S&WHLTH CERT,$1800
Exc ped 904-282-9030
www.bullsbybo.com
ENGLISH BULL DOG
14mo old top stud.
$7000bo. 912-449 4398
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPS
Reg CKC & AKC, white,
strong bloodline. $1700.
229-324-3333/873-4888
FISH TANK -72 gal bow
frnt well estab, all fish,
w/ l6ack cabinet, $700
692-5989
FREE Freindly dog to gd
home. Bik male mix.
451bs. 1.5y/o,. 519-2814
Free Hound to good hm
"Buddy" 1 yr.M shots
very friendly. 724-5726
Free MINPIN, M Syrs to
gd hm w/older cpl. no
sm. kids 765-0601 4-8p
GERMAN ROTTI -$450,
very large, AKC POP,
339-1034
GERMAN SHEPHERD pups
German binlines, exc
temp/ intelligence.
blk/tan, $350 514-5518
Jack Russell Pups-1st
Shots & Wormed.POP
$250ea. 225-0740
LABS PUPS AKC, shot
records, Field Quality,
262-8162 / 463-0236
MIn Italian Greyhounds 2
males, lOmo old, look-
ing for good home as a
pair. Serious inquiries
only.292-4742 Iv mess
Parakeets w/ cage $20.
Lovebirds w/cage $60.
Senegal F$350. 374-3005
PIT BULL PUPS
registered, razors edge
BL. 710-7792
PIT BULL PUPS Red nose,
9wks, shots & wormed,
$250. 745-6956
PIT BULLS Razor Edge
'pups -UKC reg, $700.
S&W 704-968-0350
POM mix, sm. 8 wks. to 1
yr. $150 to $250. sh/w.
vet rec. 904-264-3788.
POODLES Standard Pups,
AKC, OFA, BIk/White,
$800 & up. 352.489 3733
RAT TERRIER PUPS UKCI,
www.mccartysratter-
riers.com 352-591-2271
Rottweiler AKC 13wks
chmp bldln. potty train
$500.obo. 771.1018
SALTWATER TANK. 90
gal. All you need w/fish.
1200.00. 887-7036
Sheltles AKC,POPHC.
$300 neg. All ages.
786-7424
Shih Tzu M. 3mo. brown
& white, shots, papers,
ID chip, $600. 725-4446
SHIH-TZU's RULE -rare
liver-nose pups born
9/7/02, 3f, 1m, $450.
213-9941 or 463-2254
Siamese Male CFA
w/breeding rights,
proven $700cash. 259-8305
STwo cats,both are
fixed one black
male,one bik/white
female both two yrs
old. 904-269-8148
YORKIE MALE PUPS
AKC, S/W, $900
Call 706-339-7799
YORKIE PUPS AKC, $850
Taking deposits. Ready
10/20. 696-0063
YORKIE PUPS CKC
2 Males, 1 Female
$750ea.940-6901/610-7616
Yorkshire Terrier-1.5 yr
old male stud.AKC 51bs.
$500 obo. 904-645-6027

The best bargain

For Classified Advertising,
call 904-366-6300,
or 1-800-258-4637.
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Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
M10 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
133552000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trallers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
135 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats

$ CASH PAID $
Boats or Yachts 545-8303
'03 Hurricane Deck Boat,
20' 130hp 4cyl Honda.
Fully Loaded w/trolling
motor. S21k obo.751-9856
4 14ft Aluminum
SJohn Boat With
S trailer, 8hp out-
board, johnson
motor, extras $650. Call
716-7338
S17f. Hydrosteam
Vector Johnson,
115HPNo tilt/Tri
galvanized trailer
$1600. 384-7809 ,
18' Sea Ray '98
S Open bow 115
S Mercury outboard.
Runs great. Stain-
less ski pole $8000 OBO
655-0486
18' Searay Bowrlder '98,
125 Mercury Outboard,
Stainless Steel Prop.
fish & ski package,
Excellent condition, one
owner, $11,900 OBO.
Call 504 -0222
20' GRADY WHITE -'93,
175 Yamaha, dry stored,
$15k. 904-277-8428
29' Chris Craft Cruiser,
S1984 Exc. cond..twin
x 305 engines.galley,
AC,sleeps 6, screen
enclosuremany extras
$20,550. OBO 904.213- 9745
a 95XP&96XP
Seadoos,w/dourble
\f trailer w/toolbox
$5000. Great cond.
Call Lauren @ 614-6820
4 '96 Sea Doo With
S Double trailer
S|$1800 firm. Call for
L all details (Jim)
904- 529-8263 or cel/
phone 645. 2303

SILVERTON& REGAL
YACHTS & SPORT
BOATS.
Jacksonville's largest
stocking dealer. 2005
410 SB & 38SB. Boat
Tree at Lambs Yacht
enter 3420 Lakeshore
Blvd. 904-381-8980

WANTED- Boats,
motors, trailers'
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440

1210 Sailboats
a 1980 CAPE DORY 30
BT CUTTER
SHurricane Damaged.
Top sides raked.
Hull, deck, ports and
hatches all in very good
condition.Good drivetrain
Boat has many extra parts
and Is very salvageable.
Lying In Blloxi. $12,000.
904-272.5484
26' COLUMBIA
New motor, much equip.
$2800 firm 904-874-9264
MacGregor Venture
24' Sailboat 1969.Nice
trcond,two sails.No
cush Ions,free
trailerJax Marina $1500.
904. 292.0881

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Alachua (386) 462-3039
1.800- 541. 6439
BT CRUISER -By Gulf-'
stream, '05, like new
MH, 25.5 Ford V10
eng, 12k ml, 2 sliders,
7yr ext warr ,$58,500
386-467-2499

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TITAN 25' -'80, remod,
4k gen, $3800.
Cail786-1636
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9000 mi, like new cond,
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1-10 West Exit #351
Whitehouse

www.RlversRV.com
800-253-0224
(904) 783-0313

MONTANA '03, 29ft 5th
wheel, 2 slides, winter
pkg, $26,900. 264-0109
POP-UP CAMPER '96
Jayco, sleeps 5, AC,
$2800obo. 651-8932

1300 Motorcycles
H.D. -'01 Duce, fully
chromed, + extras, 6k
ml, $13,900 287-1855
Q- Harley 1200XL '99
Pipes. Color-Aztec
orange Diamond Ice
$5500 firm. Call 282. 5513


1325 Automotive
CHEVY IMPALA '05. Very
low mi, need to sell fast
$230mo wac. 338.1055
CHEVY Malibu LS '98, AT
AC PW new tires xxnice
$3900 obo 234-6611
In Chrysler 5th Ave
S85 For Sale or new
p parts. Battery, fuel
pump, alternator,
hoses, belts, tires, etc.
Call 955-3442 or
27&86251
Chrysler LHS '99
SClean, fully loaded
tIruns great, 152ki ml
only $6,000 Call
Sam 904-334-7573
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
St#466A $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Chrysler Sebring 1995
2dr, hardtop,2.5,V6,
I automactlc,cold.AC,
runs great needs front
pump seal $950.00.
Call 272-2642/505-3692
CHRYSLER SEBRING '05
Very low ml $215mo
wac. Must call 338-1055
Civic SI ZCmtr
S1990,A/C, Perfor-
Ike mance parts J&L
SAudio Alpine head
unit,wing west body kit $3K
OBO. 349-3751/777-3963
Crutches- wood
/ paddediad stable,
4Illong pair & short pair
-Like new. Each pair S8.
Call 268-2482
DODGE INTREPID '04 very
low mi,need to call now
$215mo0wac. 338-1055
DODGE STRATUS '05
Like New All Pwr Take Over
Payments $279 per mo
.777.5500
,, Entertainment center
Holds 35" TV arid lots
4 0of electronic equip. Oak
S color good cond.
$75.00 Cal 573-2863
FORD CROWN VIC'02
Very low mi, must sell
fast $10,988. 338-1055
FORD MUSTANG '04
St#3758B $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG COUPE
'05. Immaculate, 2K mi
cleanest In Jax, must sell
quickly $18,945. 3897700
FORD MUSTANG GT 96
Very fast. $3995
Call now 338-1055
FORD TAURUS SLE '04
Low ml. Need to call
$210mo wac. 338.1055
4, Grand Marquis '95
SWell maintained
I new tires 30mpg
Highway, oil
changed, tires rotated
every 5k miles, $2000
387-9489
Honda Accord EX
a/ '04 Silver sedan
k. fully loaded, black
leather, tinted XM
radio spoiler, perfect
condition, 25k miles,
garage kept
904-881.9221

HONDA ACCORD LX '05
St#263A $19,588 .
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC '88 Police
Impoundl $395! Listings
800-749-8116 x7327
HONDA CIVIC '99 4 dr,
148K mi, 5 spd manual.
exc cond, anti-lock
brakes, air bags, $3800
Call Aaron 352 214- 4187
S Honda Civic
LX-5spd,76Kmis,exc
running car.NO AIR,
$4500 OBO 4cyl.
CAII 294 3564/992-6877
HONDA CRX '90
Police Inp. $3751 Listings
800-749-8116 x1848
4 Honda CRX SI-'91
S 1.6L, ZC Motor,
4,1 30,000mi, wings
west body kit. Call
Paul 620-9387
JAGUAR XJ6 '88 & '89
2 for $3000. '89 Runs gd,
'88 Exc. parts car w/gd
motor. 347-9259
JAGUAR X TYPE'02
3.OL, immac., 48,500 mi,
$19,500 OBO 728-1767
JEEP Grand Cherokee
Ltd, 4x4, all pwr, like
new $6995. 234-6611
4, Jeep Liberty
/ Renegade '02
I Silver, very sharp!
47,000 miles. Ask-
ing $13,500 0B9. Call
NIkkl 912.882-6636or
912-258,4839


1325 Automotive
Porsche 944 '85,
runs great, new tires,
sun roof, $2300
Call 233. 5548
., Saturn SL1 '95
Engine needs work.
S Body in GREAT
condition. Good
gas mileage. $600 OBO.
12-6742496 Ask for Jo
Saturn SL2 '99 120k
SWarranty, good
cod, $3500 OBO
(904)246-3951

TOYOTA CAMRY'98. Very
clean, cold AC. Must
sell $4995. 338-1055
TOYOTA CELICA '01
St#F622 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA COROLLA' 02
Very clean, low miles.
$9995. Call 338-1055
TOYOTA SOLARA '02
SLE A/T Loaded Like New
$13,990 777.5500
Volkswagon Beetle
0T '01 -Moonroof,
leather, 5. speed,
low miles, yellow,
must sell, $10,500 Call
(912)882-7598
Cute Little Turbo Bug
VOLVO C70 Convertible
'01 Moon dust,
$22,500. 465-3353
VOLVO $40 '01
St#F720 $14,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VW Jetta GLS'02 1.8T,
Loaded!! Leather. 48k
$14,699 904-716-2430


1335 $2000 6r Less
Chevy Astro Cargo Van
'95 -Cabinets,AC,Looks
& Runs good.$2k. 282-0722
CHEVY CAVALIER '93
4dr, AT, AC, clean car,
$1500obo. 339-1892
Chevy Wagon '88
SGreat body and
interior. New tires,
suspension,
exhaust. Needs water
pump. $500 each. Ken
729-6421


1335 $2000 or Less
DODGE DAKOTA -'92.
topper, AT, CC, full pwr,
$1200 obo 264-5682
DODGE RAM CHARGER
4x4'90. Great hunting
truck. Cold AC, priced to
sell now $2475. 389.7700
HONDA CIVIC '88 Police
Impoundl $395! List-
ings 800-749-8116 x7327
HONDA CRX '90
Police Inp. $3751 Listings
800-749-8116 x1848
NISSAN 200SX '96 great
shape must sell need
cash $1675. Call 389 7700
$5001 POLICE IMPOUNDSI
Cars from $500! Listings
800-749-8116 x2529

Trucks /i
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

4, Black Beauty SUV 1999
15K,Loaded.new
1 Tires Alpine stereo
alarm,Tan interlor.Call
Peaches 904-568-4984
BMW X-3 3.0 2004
Auto, Prem pkg, low ml.
$33,988 371-4728
CHEVROLET SUBURBAN '99
St#F728 $14,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV TAHOE Z71'04
Leather 4x4 Factory War-
renty $27,900 777- 5500
CHEVY AVALANCHE '03
Exc cond, loaded, low
miles, priced for immed
sale $18,975. 389-7700
CHEVY BLAZER 4D '00
St#F531 $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY BLAZER LT '98.
4x4, very clean, need to
sell fast $4995. 338-1055
SChevy Blazer ZR2
97, 4WD, Book
S value, $6100 Ask-
ing $4400. Loaded
with extras. Remote
starter PS/PW. Call
463-1643, 272-7506
CHEVY C1500 '05 Crew
Cab. Immac cond. Fully
loaded, must sell this
week. $19,935. 389.7700


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Trucks /

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SUV's
Chevy Shortbed
'88, 4x4. V8, good
body, runs great,
auto, toolbox,
$2600 904 265 3729
Chevy Silverado '03
V6,AT.Reg cab,20k ml,
$12,500. 904-463-7923
CHEVY SSR '05- Red
St#F727 $34,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY Tahoe '01, black,
loaded, DVD sunroof.
$16,500. 912-262-1414
CHEVY TAHOE '03
St#6125A $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE DAKOTA '00. 4dr,
very low miles, need to
see this $6995. 338-1055
DODGE DURANGO '03
29,000 MILES PW.PL,CRUISE.
$15,990 777-5500
Dodge Ram 1500
S'97 V8 long bed,
Great AC. new
tires, runs great,
$5000 OBO 655-0486

DODGE RAM
S 1SOOSLT '96
4 'I r Long bed,
Excellent cond.,
many xtras. $7200. obo.
Call 904- 406-0060
Dodge Ram 1996 1500,
5LTLaramie long bed
I ext- cab,exc. cond.
Runs like new many
,extras, Must see $6500
090 406.0060
Dodge Ram 2500 '98-V 10
AC.PWR,EXC COND.$8800
Call 962-7378
DODGE X-CAB DAKOTA '98
St#BUCF682A $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FACTORY WHEELS &
TIRES-All truck
models available & some
cars. $300 and up.
904-291-4646 Luke
FORD ESCAPE '05
St#5685B $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXCURSION '04
17,000 miles $19,990
777-5500
FORD EXPEDITION XLT'03
31,000 Miles All The Toys
$19,990 777-5500
a. Ford Explorer '02
EB, V8, 4WD, 42k
i miles, leather, rear
seat, sunroof, rear
AC 6 disc changer, tow
pkg, great condition
$17,500 912-576-6631
FORD EXPLORER -'95,
XLT, 4x4 144k mi, $4000
982-1836
Ford Explorer XLT
'00 Loaded,


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

FORD RANGER XLT XCab
'00 Very low ml, need to
sell fast $6995. 338 1055
FORD XCAB F-150 '99
St#6152B $8788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC SIERRA SLE '99
3DR XCAB A/T
$9990 777-5500
GMC YUKON DENALI XL
'04. TV/DVD, fully loaded
immac, priced to sell
now $32,975. 389-7700
4. Honda Pilot Ex '05
With leather dvd
and low miles.
Great vehicle. Must
sell $26,500. 2983484
504- 6947
Jeep Cherokee
2001-
Sport PW, PDL, AT,
107k mi, $6400.
729-8552
& Jeep CJ- 7 '84
Black, original 258,
tL new seats, tires,
transmisslo
clutch, runs good,
needs some restora-
tion $4500 obo
904"220-5996
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
'05. Outstanding, must
see to appreciate, priced
to sell $19,875. 389'7700
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LTD -'9SV8, 4x4, towing
pkg, $4200 568-1732
JEEP LIBERTY'02
Very clean. $9995
Call 338 1055
JEEP WRANGLER '04
Unlimited A/T 4x4 8k miles
mint cond $19,990 777-5T00
JEEP WRANGLER '04
St#F736 $20,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP WRANGLER RUBI-
CON 'OS. Immac cond, 3K
mi priced to sell very
quick $22,975. 389- 7700
KIA SORENTA '03
St#F347 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LANDROVER -Range
Rover, '00, 4.0, low ml,
$14,500 247-1543
LEXUS RX300 '01
St#F688 $21,588 ,
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA 4x4 XCAB '00.
Need to sell fast $7995.
Call now 338-1055
MAZDA TRIBUTE '03
St#4116B $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCEDES ML320 -'02,
fact warr, AWD Desi-
gno model, green, $47k
new, 31.5k mi, exc
cond, $24k 387-5115


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TOYOTA TUNDRA XCB -'04
St#F261 $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VOLVO V70 XC '02
AWD Sunroof Leather
$19,990 777-5500

1345 Vans/Buses

Chevy Astro Cargo Van
'95 -Cabinets,AC.Looks
& Runs good.$2k. 282-0722
CHEVY VENTURE LS '97
exc cond 83K ml $5000
obo 714-9463, 696-3132
DODGE 1500 RAM '01
Cony. Van loaded 49kml
warr, $8500. 904.786.2115
DODGE CARAVAN '05
Excellent cond, loaded,
great gas mileage, must
sell $13,975. Call 389-7700
DODGE GR CARAVAN
'99 Green, 2 sliding
doors, rear AC, 22mp,
1 owner excellent
condition. $6300obo.
904-284-0047 K. ArgO
FORD F250 "87 Wrk Truck
w/utll. body. Runs gd
$1000obo. 339.1892
NISSAN QUEST VAN '93
AT, AC, good transp.
$13000bo. 339-1892
4, Pontiac Montano
Extended minivan
tL '99, red, great
condition, roof
rack, new tires and
brakes. 75k miles $6300
(904)210-7455
PYLMOUTH VOYAGER '95
St#BUCF534A $1588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA SIENNA LE '01
Very clean, need to sell
fast $9995. 338.1055


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