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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 2005
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Inside
This
Issue!


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2005


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L A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


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A fleet of trailer trucks stocked with ice, food, water and medical supplies await FEMA orders to help Hurricane Wilma victims.


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed


NAS Jax and FEMA

work together to

provide relief

By ]O Mike England
Assistant Editor
NAS Jacksonville and the Federal
Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) have been working togeth-
er to provide relief to the victims of
Hurricane Wilma. FEMA has delivered
more than 300 truckloads of relief supplies
to hurricane-ravaged portions of South
Florida since relief efforts began at NAS
Jax Friday.
Work began Friday morning as trucks


Photo byJO1 Mike England
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Staging Manager Jim Noplis (center) meets
with NAS Jacksonville officials to coordinate
relief efforts for Hurricane Wilma victims
Friday morning.
trickled in from around the country with
much needed relief supplies. However, that
was just the beginning of what has turned
into a massive relief operation following


Wilma's 125-mile winds and torrential
rain.
NAS Jacksonville's department heads
met with FEMA officials Friday morning
to plan and coordinate relief efforts.
Security, supply and logistics issues were
the primary topics of discussion in a meet-
ing that solidified the partnership between
the base and FEMA.
"It's important that all of us are on the
same page," said NAS Jax Operations
Officer Cmdr. Ted Carter. "This has been
an all hands effort from day one. The
amount of time that NAS Jax personnel
have contributed to this effort is astound-
ing. I think that when everything is said
and done, our security department will be
recognized as the heroes of this effort. The
department, already stretched thin as it is
with deployments to Cuba, Iraq and
Afghanistan, has responded brilliantly to


this crisis."
"Having an agency such as FEMA set up
shop at NAS Jax presents a unique set of
challenges for the security department, but
we are up to the challenge," NAS
Jacksonville Director of Security Lt. Cmdr.
Grace Peek stated.
FEMA officials have had nothing but
good things to say about the response
they've received from the men and women
of NAS Jax.
"The base responded quickly to our
arrival with equipment such as forklifts,
ramps, and ample warehouse space," said
FEMA Area Staging Manager Jim Noplis.
"The response and warm welcome from the
folks at NAS Jax has been phenomenal."
Noplis explained that NAS Jax was cho-
sen as their operational center because of


See FEMA, Page 11


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Food Locker Manager FC2 James Fortney
stocks the shelves of the base food locker with
some donated items. Food items are needed for
the upcoming holiday season.


NAS Jax Food

Locker in need


of donations

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
he NAS Jacksonville Food Locker is con-
tinuing its year-round mission to ensure
every military family here who may need
a little help financially, gets a nutritious holi-
day meal for Thanksgiving.
The food locker program helps Sailors and
their families who are in need by collecting
donations from those who are able to give.
"The food locker program is a great program,
See FOOD LOCKER, Page 11


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
A tanker delivers gasoline to the NAS Jacksonville Navy Exchange AutoPort Oct. 18.


NEX gas station encourages conservation


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
ast month, as a result of Hur-
ricane Katrina and its effect on
the Gulf Coast refineries infra-
structure, the NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange Automotive Service Center
experienced limited distribution and
was forced to ration the amount of
gasoline customers could purchase.
Other Navy Exchange Service Com-
mand (NEXCOM) gas stations across
the U.S. also experienced some sort of
shortage in gasoline delivery. During a
normal month, the base gas station
sells approximately 400,000 gallons of
gasoline.
"Even though I had to implement a
10-gallon limit per vehicle for three days
last month, the disruption was very lim-
ited," explained Colin O'Rourke, NEX
Automotive Service Center manager. "I
had two choices one was to allow our
customers to fill their tanks on first
come basis and run out of gas in a few
hours, or two, limit the sale of gasoline
to 10 gallons and serve a greater num-


ber of our customers."
"My goal during those three days was
to serve as many customers as possible
with very little disruption," he contin-
ued. "Yes, we did run out of gas, but it
was only for one day when the tanker
was unable to make it to Florida."
According to Larry Boone, (NEX-
COM) automotive program manager,
NEXCOM is working hard to prevent
disruption. "Rest assured, we are work-
ing closely with our fuel suppliers and
taking all possible actions to meet our
customers' automotive fuel needs," said
Boone.
"In the interim, I encourage all cus-
tomers to conserve gasoline wherever
possible," he continued..
O'Rourke has joined NEXCOM in
encouraging all drivers to conserve fuel
by reducing their driving speed by 10
miles per hour and avoid rapid acceler-
ation and braking. "I would like to
encourage all of our customers to con-
serve gasoline," said O'Rourke. "NEX
patrons can help us by reducing the
See NEX, Page 11


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Lt. Teresa Mitchell of the Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Anti-Terrorism
Force Protection Department, pumps
gasoline in her car at the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange AutoPort Oct. 20.


TOUCHING Time changes this Sunday Department recommends you change the batteries in
B AE Don't forget to change your clocks back one hour your smoke detectors. This simple habit just takes a
Sunday morning at 2 a.m. as we revert back to moment and could save your life. Another reminder -
Standard Time. At the same time, the NAS Jax Fire smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.


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FROM THE FLEET


Simple steps to reduc
By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Ion Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief


Although Hurricane
Katrina is long gone,
the affects are still
being calculated. The talk of
the day is about upcoming
energy prices. Some sources
indicate we may be headed
for a 20 to 40 percent
increase in energy prices
during the winter months.
Homeowners who rely on
natural gas may see, on
average, a 50 percent
increase. For some of you,
these elevated costs will
mean tightening your budg-
ets. Fortunately, there are
some very simple things we
can all do that may at least
help keep our budgets in
check.
I'll start with our homes.
Depending on the age of
your home, you may be
throwing, away a lot of
money if you are not paying
attention to some little
things that, when added
together, can really increase
your home heating costs.
Turn your water heater
to the warm setting (120
degrees Fahrenheit). Make
sure your water heater has
an insulating blanket
Consider replacing
incandescent lights with
compact fluorescents (CFLs)
that can save three-quarters
of the electricity used by
incandescents.
Check the age and con-


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
edition of your major appli-
ances, especially the refrig-
erator. You may want to
replace them with more
energy-efficient models.
Clean or replace fur-
nace, air-conditioner, and
heat-pump filters on a regu-
lar basis.
Rope caulk leaky win-
dows.
Insulate hot water pipes
and ducts wherever they
run through unheated
areas.
Seal up the largest air
leaks in your house the
ones that whistle on windy
days, or feel drafty. The
worst culprits are usually
not windows and doors.
They're utility cut-throughs
for pipes, gaps around chim-
neys, gaps around recessed
lights in insulated ceilings
or unfinished spaces behind
cupboards and closets.
Schedule an energy


.e your
audit (ask your util
pany or state energy
for more expert ac
your home as a whole
In addition to
attention to the v
heat and maintain
home, there are so:
easy steps you can :
conserve automobi
Although your car
well in the miles pe
category, your driving
and maintenance a
could help you redi
fuel bill as well.
Be a light foo
more you "step on
lower your miles per
Keep a log: T
your fuel economy
you maintain a re
point for comparison
Good in
Maintaining option
pressure is one of
ways to increase f
ciency.
Weight watch
heavier your car, ti
fuel it takes to n
Whenever possible
your car as light as
Fill'r up, not ov
when the pump si
automatically.
Don't be idle
modern, fuel-i
engines do not nee
warmed up. Unne
idling wastes fuel.
Stay in tune: K
car in top mechanics
If it runs good,
cheaper.
Buy from busy


energy bills
ity com- tions: Since their tanks are
y office) filled more often, you are
advice on less likely to get gas with
le. water or other impurities.
paying Plan local trips and
way you errands: Some simple fore-
in your thought will prevent having
me very to retrace your path.
follow to Drive straight: Make
ile fuel. sure your front suspension
may do is properly aligned. Poor
or gallon alignment causes friction,
ig habits causes premature tire wear,
attention and requires extra gas to
uce your move your vehicle.
Cruise control: On long
t: The trips where traffic permits,
it" the use your cruise control.
gallon. Low grades: Don't
racking waste money on premium
will help gas if your car doesn't
1ference require it. Consult your
ation. owner's manual.
fla tion For more gas mileage tips,
the bestre visit: http://www.fuelecono-
uel effi- my.gov/feg/drive.shtml
Shipmates, we all work
rs: The hard for our money. As ener-
he more gy prices go up, we owe it to
aove it. ourselves to do what we can
e, make to conserve and prevent our-
possible. selves from wasting energy
er: Stop and money.
huts off I'm confident if we all take
advantage of some of the
: Most tips I outlined, we will limit
injected the damage to our bank
ed to be accounts. I think you'll be
cessary amazed if you just turn your
thermostat down in the win-
eep your ter, turn off lights when
al shape. you're not in the room, and
it runs remember to perform rou-


gas sta-


See BILLS, Page 11


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Military marriages are difficult in


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
C(Tf the military wanted soldiers to
have wives, they would issue
them." This is common joke
among military couples.
My grandmother, Doris-a former
Navy wife-has another rare, if less
tactful, gem: "You need 'em to lay the
keel but not the launch the ship" (in
reference to conceiving and delivering
a military brat, of course.)
The idea of military couples being
separated for extended periods of time
and enduring unusual family circum-
stances is nothing new. The problems
inherent to love military-style should-
n't be unheard of. And that's exactly
why I was surprised to see an article
in the St. Petersburg Times by Letitia
Stein Oct. 9, 2005 titled "Securing the
Homefront."
"These days, marital relations is no
laughing matter," Stein writes. "With
the nation at war, husbands and wives
are paying a price at home...Behind
doors, families still may be hurting."
All valid points, but here's the news
flash: military couples and their mari-
tal relations pay a price in peacetime,
too. It isn't just because of the war that
marriages are troubled. The idea of
coming home to a wife and children
who have lived without you for six
months or longer is something mili-
tary families face all the time, not just
during a war.
They've been doing it since...well,
since the beginning of the military.
And as a military brat and military
wife myself, I can assure you, life as a


dependent is just as hard when there
is no war.
In some ways (dare I say it?) war
makes things easier. Sure, families are
separated longer and endure greater
worries and stress, but at least there is
a purpose-albeit intangible-for their
suffering.
My husband has only deployed dur-
ing a war, never in peace, but by the
time I turned 22-years old, my Navy
father had been deployed for 11
years...most of them in peacetime. As a
young girl, I had hard time under-
standing why dad went away for so
long and so often. There was no obvi-
ous cause and effect.
When mom said, "dad is serving the
country," or "dad is protecting our free-,
dom," it fell on deaf ears, ears that
were busy listening to "The Jetsons" on
the Cartoon Network.
Years later, when I was the
wife/mother standing in the terminal
waving goodbye to my husband, it
helped me to tell 2-year-old Ford,
"There are bad people in the world and
daddy has been picked to go fight
them and protect us."
Because,, really, how-can you explain
the other times, our spouses leave,
times when it is deemed "normal," or
"a standard deployment"?
In her article, Stein seems almost
shocked that husbands and wives have
to "date each other again" when a sol-
dier returns from war. What's she's
missing is that on any given day, thou-
sands of military families are separat-
ed from one another. And it's been that
way long before the war in Iraq.


war and peace
Yet, this is how it always happens
when a war dominates the headlines.
Suddenly the rest of the country is
interested. Suddenly they are
intrigued by and concerned about mili-
' tary marriages, long deployments, and
the effects on families.
They don't seem to realize we've
been doing this all along, even when
they were more interested in who wore
what at the Academy Awards.
Which reminds me of another old
military joke-the one about soldiers
deploying for "six months at a time."
Oh wait, I'm sorry, that isn't a joke, is
it? That's what they really tell us!
The truth is our husbands deploy for
six months only after they have done
six months of work-ups (during which
they are home one week, gone for two;
home two months, gone for one).
Still I laugh when a reporter men-
tions our "long six month deploy-
ments," or the stress on a family when
the husband/wife is gone for "six
months."
Perhaps the big homecomings we see
aired on television after a war are
more glamorous and newsworthy than
the two hundred times I've gone to
pick up my husband at midnight at
the air terminal, when he's coming
home from a work-up and I'm wearing
old sweat pants and tennis shoes and
not waving any flags.
No, I suppose those moments aren't
as interesting, even though they make
up 90 percent of our military home-
coming experiences: And that's no joke.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


HEY, MONEYMAN!


Hey, MoneyMan!
What's up with these
chain letters I keep getting
in my email? Sometimes
they tell me I will have bad
luck if I don't forward them
to my friends.
Some others promise that
something great will hap-
pen to me within 24 hours
unless I break the chain.
Recently I received one that
promised I would make a
lot of money.
This one sounded really
good. All I need to do is
send one dollar to five dif-
ferent people. I then add
my name to the-bottom of a
list of 10 people and remove
the top name.
After a few weeks, people
are sending money to me
-because my name goes to
-'the top of the list. The let-
ter said I would be making
$50,000 in a couple of
months and that the money
-would keep rolling in.
Sounds too good to be true.


MoneyMan Sez:
Of course! Not only that,
it is illegal. It is against
the Title 8, U.S. Code,
Section 1302, the Postal
Lottery Statute. Almost all
chain letters hold out some
sort of reward for comply-
ing money, good luck, a
blessing, or just a good feel-
ing. They also predict
gloom and doom if you do
not follow through on the
letter's instructions.
Without a doubt, the
Internet has caused a huge
proliferation of chain let-
ters and now they have
become an online fact of
life. What should you do?
Ignore them.
There is no evidence that
good things happen if you
send them or bad thing if
you don't. Think about it
this way are you happy or
annoyed when a friend
send one of these letters to
you? As far as getting rich?
Put your spare cash in


investments. You will get a
better return and have a
less likely chance of ending


up in the slammer.
More questions? Call Hey
Moneymanl at 778-0353.


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SUND SERVICES
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.
I ___ ____ ___Ill I "1 I l I 11 I _lI I I I


/RCRN ROBERT STREET

Job title/command:
*NAS Jax Air Operations

Hometown: Roanoke, Va.

Family Life: Married


Past Duty Stations: NATTC Pensacola

Career Plans: To become a rich air traffic
controller.

Most Interesting Experience:
Experiencing Hurricane Ivan in Pensacola.

Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!






SJob title/command:
Educational Technician, Child
Development Center

Hometown: Baton Rouge, La.

Family Life: Married for 16 years to my hus-
band, Marvin. Children: Marquet, 15, Khyliah,
2, and Marvin Jr. (deceased) 1992-99.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To continue my career in
early childhood education, either working in the
school system or in my owh childcare center.

Most Interesting Experience: Moving to
San Diego at age 18 and experiencing the
mixture of culture there.


Words of Wisdom: With God all things
are possible -Matthew 19:26. A heart at
peace gives life to the body, but envy rots the
bones Proverbs 14:30.


Naval Hospital influenza

schedule on hold pending

vaccine arrival

From Naval Hospital Public Affairs
T he flu vaccine expected to arrive at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville at the end of October has been delayed.
The projected arrival time is now projected for early
November. Therefore, the inoculation schedule announced
earlier in Jax Air News is invalid, pending a firm date of
arrival for the vaccine.
When dates are confirmed a revised schedule'for inocu-
lations for Naval Hospital Jacksonville TRICARE Prime
and Plus patients will be announced. Naval Hospital
Jacksonville will not provide the flu vaccine.to TRICARE
Standard beneficiaries. Those beneficiaries should contact
their civilian doctor or local health department. We regret
any inconvenience this delay causes our beneficiaries.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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CPRW-11 continues leadership seminar series


By Lt. Tony Walters
CPRW-11 PAO
Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance
Wing 11 (CPRW-11)
hosted the second of what
is a continuing series on
leadership aimed to assist
the officers of CPRW-11,
VP-5, VP-16, VP-62, AIMD,
and ASD enhance their pro-
fessional development and
leadership knowledge.
Like the first leadership
seminar, this event was
conducted at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club and featured
two distinguished speakers.
The first speaker, Medal of
Honor recipient Col. George
"Bud" Day (USAF, Ret.), is
the nation's most highly
decorated officer since Gen.
Douglas MacArthur.
The second speaker was
Robert Kaplan, current edi-
tor and writer for The
Atlantic Monthly and
author of 11 popular books.
In his opening remarks,
CPRW-11's Commodore,
Capt. Dennis Sinnett,
explained the motivation
for inviting the guest
speakers to Jacksonville.
"I'm chartered to train you
to fly, fight and lead wher-
ever the combatant com-
manders need you. We are
at war, with service mem-
bers dying every day.
Today will help you to get
perspective," said Sinnett.
With 150 officers in
attendance, the lecture was
designed to bring into focus
military leadership in
times of extreme crisis as
well as real-world foreign
policy as the United States
changes roles in world poli-
tics.


Photo courtesy of CPRW- 11
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven's Leadership Seminar afforded approxi-
mately 150 officers the opportunity to gain real-world perspective from Medal of Honor
recipient Col. George "Bud" Day (USAF, Ret.) (seated, left) and author/journalist Robert
Kaplan (seated, right), who are shown above with Capt. Dennis Sinnett (seated, center) and
the CPRW-11 staff.
Day's career encompassed prisoner to escape from difficult leadership chal-
34 years and three wars; he North Vietnam. lenge he encountered in
received nearly 70 decora- Within two miles of free- Hanoi. He replied, "Com-
tions and awards of which dom and after two weeks of munication between lead-
more than 50 were for corn- evading, Day was recap- ers in each building was my
bat. Most notable of his tured by the Viet Cong. His biggest challenge...not
decorations is our nation's capture began his 67- many other leadership
highest military honor, the month imprisonment that challenges presented them-
Congressional Medal of would end only upon his selves, because everyone
Honor, presented to him by release on March 14, 1973, maintained high standards
then President Gerald at the end of the conflict, to the Code of Conduct and
Ford. As the senior ranking the chain of command."
On Aug. 26, 1967, Day's POW officer of various sec- Day retired from active
accumulation of more than tions of the "Hanoi Hilton," duty in 1977. Following his
5,000 flying hours came to he was responsible for mod- retirement, he wrote an
an abrupt halt when he ern day heroes like Sen. autobiography, Return With
was shot down over North John McCain. Honor, detailing his suffer-
Vietnam and immediately Day shared stories from ing as a captive in North
captured by the North his time in captivity that Vietnam.
Vietnamese following his demonstrated to every offi- Now a practicing attor-
ejection. cer present valuable exam- ney with a degree from the
Despite serious injury, he ples of leadership and University of South Dakota
managed to escape and courage under extreme con- Law School, Day's most
evade across the demilita- editions. recent accomplishment
rized zone back into South During the question and came in February 2001
Vietnam, earning the dis- answer forum, Day was when he won a major victo-
tinction of being the only asked what was the most ry for World War II and


Korean retirees in the
Federal Circuit Court of
Appeals.
He currently has a thriv-
ing law firm in Fort Walton
Beach, Fla.
Following the inspira-
tional talk by the colonel,
Sinnett introduced Kaplan,
who has been called one of
the "most widely read"
authors defining the post-
Cold War era.
Kaplan was embedded
with Saddam Hussein's
army during the Iran-Iraq
War in 1984, gained first
hand experience of Oper-
ation Iraqi Freedom while
embedded with U.S. troops
and has written several
articles and books.
Additionally, Kaplan has
been a consultant for the
U.S. Army Special Forces
regiment, the U.S. Marine
Corps, and the U.S. Air
Force; lectured for the
Military War Colleges, FBI,
NSA, CIA, and the Joint
Chiefs of Staff; and in 2002,
was awarded the U.S. State
Department Distinguished
Public Service Award.
During his presentation
at the leadership seminar,
Kaplan shared the
thoughts he presents in his
latest book, Imperial
Grunts: The American
Military on the Ground.
Kaplan stressed the
importance of providing
proper training to noncom-
missioned officers, because
of their role as "action offi-
cers" in future conflicts.
The personnel of CPRW-
11 were afforded an out-
standing experience with
the information provided by
the two guest speakers.


NMCRS

volunteer

seminar

slated

All interested person-
nel are encouraged to
attend a volunteer semi-
nar Nov. 8 at 9 a.m. at
the NAS Jax Officer's
Club.
Barbara Sheffer,
director of volunteer
support for the Navy-
Marine Corps Relief
Society, will present the
seminar.
This training seminar
is designed for om-
budsmen, members of
officer's wives clubs
and enlisted wives
clubs, spouses of com-
manding officers, exec-
utive officers or com-
mand master chiefs and
any others interested in
supporting the volun-
teer efforts of the socie-
ty.
The intent of the sem-
inar is not to recruit vol-
unteers from those
attending, but to help
them identify potential
volunteers from their
respective commands.
Following the event, a
free lunch .will be pro-
vided.
Seating is limited, so
please RSVP to Diane
Bennett at 542-3515 by
Nov. 3.


HS-5 and Navy EOD train at NAS Jax
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO


Make sure
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They're here far you!


On an early autumn
morning last week,
eight members of
Explosive Ordnance
Disposal (EOD) Mobile
Unit 6 arrived at the HS-5
hangar, home of the "World
Famous Nightdippers-"
The team members trav-
eled to NAS Jacksonville
for two intense days of
training with the squadron,
a result of careful coordina-
tion between the squadron
and the EOD unit.
During the ensuing oper-
ations, the Nightdippers
spent more than eight
hours of flight time train-
ing with the EOD unit.
HS-5's pilots and aircrew
worked with the unit to
perfect various naval spe-
cial warfare tactics, in
order to prepare EOD
Mobile Unit 6 for its
upcoming deployment cycle.
The Nightdippers inte-
grated various aspects of
helicopter rope suspension
training (HRST) into the
exercises for the maximum
benefit of all involved.
The HRST scenarios
included fast rope, rap-
pelling, and the use of spe-
cial patrol insertion/extrac-
tion rigs on the first day.


/


Photo courtesy of HS-5
The HS-5 "Nightdippers" team up with members of Explosive
Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 6 for two days of fast rope


and rappelling exercises.
Various real-world tactical
situations were practiced,
which provided extremely
valuable training for both
the HS-5 crews as well as
the EOD unit. AW2 Brad
Evenson noted that the
event provided for "first-
rate training in an oppor-
tune location."
The second day of exercis-
es focused on helicopter
cast and recovery opera-
tions, a method of rapidly


inserting and extracting
troops in over water areas.
By the end of the second
day, much useful training
had been provided and
received by the Nightdip-
pers.
Intensive joint training
operations, such as the one
practiced this week, ensure
HS-5 will continue to lead
the community in all
aspects of the naval special
warfare mission.


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NAS Jax hosts



Motorcycle



Safety Rodeo


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Service members from all
over Northeast Florida and
Southern Georgia came out
to NAS Jacksonville Oct. 17 to
check out the NAS Jacksonville
Motorcycle Safety Rodeo at the
Navy Exchange parking lot.
The rodeo was held to provide
an enjoyable event that promotes
motorcycle safety and educates
Sailors and Navy Department of
Defense civilians on motorcycle
law, license requirements, training
requirements and safe operation.
Event organizer Mary Crawford
of BMT Designers and Planners
thought the event would be a
good way to promote motorcycle
safety to Sailors.
"When most motorcycle riders
think about safety, they imagine
hours spent in long, boring safety
class," Crawford said. "The rodeo
is a fun way for riders to learn
about riding skills and safety
equipment."
Some of the events at the rodeo
included a motorcycle accident
victim experience brief, a lesson
on the proper fitting of helmets, a
demonstration by Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office Motorcycle
Demonstration Team and other
related briefs by the Naval Safety
Center.
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Officer Tracey Oman thinks that
many motorcycle riders need to
learn many of the lessons that
were taught at the rodeo.
"I see countless riders on the


road who have no clue how to con-
trol their bikes," Oman said.
"Many riders go way too fast,
don't know how to brake properly
and lack even basic maneuvering
skills."
NAS Jax Safety Officer Ron
Williamson agrees. "The number
of Sailors involved in motorcycles
accidents is completely unaccept-
able," he said. "We are losing way
too many people to accidents that
are very avoidable."
Many motorcycle safety compa-
nies and equipment vendors
attended the rodeo to introduce
Sailors to the latest in motorcycle
safety gear.
"I was really impressed with
amount of new gear on display
here," said LN1(SW) Troy
Leblanc. "They really pulled out
all the stops."
NAS Jacksonville Executive
Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
thought the rodeo was a success
and hoped Sailors would become
more enthusiastic about motorcy-
cle safety.
"This is definitely something we
will do again in the future," he
said. "Events like this go a long
way towards making NAS
Jacksonville and our local com-
munity a safer place."
NAS Jax requires that all of its
Sailors complete a motorcycle
safety course before they are
allowed to ride on base. To sign
up for the course, contact the
NAS Jax Safety office at 542-
3082.
NAS Jacksonville's Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR)


Photo by PH3 David Didier
Members of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Motorcycle Demonstration Team put on a show for the spectators at
the NAS Jacksonville Motorcycle Safety Rodeo Oct. 17.


Photos by JO1 Mike England
Local Vendor Gus Duliakas, right,
shows ACC(AW) David Butts the
latest in motorcycle safety gear.
Department would like to thank
the following Motorcycle Safety
Rodeo sponsors: Stock, Mild to
Wild, Inc., A&M Motorcycle
Safety Course, Patriot Motorcycle
Training, Purcell's Motorcycle
and Marine World, Motorcycle
Safety Foundation, ADAMEC
Harley-Davidson, Sayre Enter-
prises, and Suzuki Sea Doo of
Orange Park.
Neither MWR nor any part of the
federal government officially endorses
any company, sponsor or their prod-
ucts or services.


Recreation and Traffic Safety Regional Supervisor Carl Bennett (right)
explains the rules of the motorcycle safety road course to HM2 Mathew
Thomas at the NAS Jacksonville Motorcycle Safety Rodeo.


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From the City
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Beach, Neptune Beach and
Atlantic Beach as the skies
and waterways of the First
Coast are transformed into
the back-drop for the most
exciting air acts and mili-
tary demonstrations in the
world.
This event features a
dynamic over-the-ocean sky
show highlighted by the
Blue Angels along with
other military and civilian
flight teams, an amphibious
landing demonstration, live
entertainment, static dis-
plays, simulators, interac-
tive games and children's
activities all at the Jack-
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Schedule of Events
Nov. 4, 4-10 p.m.
Opening Ceremony
Seawalk Pavilion, 4:45 p.m.
United States Marine Corps
Silent Drill Platoon More informa-
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Navy Band Southeast, 5:30 p.m.
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Pledge of Allegiance
Parade of Colors, NS May-port
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Taking journey of self-awareness
... T I 1- 1-mportA nt.


By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
his past weekend, I was
able to go back to a church
I pastored from 1990-1993.
The church is nestled in the mid-
dle of a beautiful valley in the
mountains of Western North
Carolina, and it was amazing to
me how little had changed as I
drove up the road into the little
community.
The houses all looked the same,
the fields looked the same, and
when I got there, the people for
the most part looked the same.
Going back to that place was
one of the highlights of my year,
not because of the scenery, but
because of the people, and what
they rekindled in me. When I
went there in 1990, I was young
and full of vinegar. I was con-
vinced I knew just about every-


thing, and
could single-
handedly
Ss solve almost
any problem.
If I had
gone to a
church that
--- ,was filled
? ,,,with a group
., of people
k w who thought
Chaplain like that, I
(Lt.) Mylon Pope would have
had major
problems, but what I found was a
church filled with people who
knew who they were, and were
happy with where they were, and
as I lived there, and worked


among them, I began to find that
there are more important things
than fame or fortune.
The loud journey up the ladder
of success is appealing, but the
quiet and serenity of the moun-
tains and their people had more
to offer. They allowed me the time
to slow down, and really discover
who I was, and what I really
believed.
I guess that is something we all
have to do ...find out "who am I",
and "why am I here."
Unfortunately, many people will
spend their whole lives on this
search, and never find the
answer. We look in all the wrong
places, and as a result, we come
up with the wrong answers.


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


When I was back this weekend,
I talked to the people who had
taken me under their wing, and
had the opportunity to thank
them for being patient with a
young kid who had a lot to learn
(whether he realized it or not).
I thanked them for being a big
part of my life, and helping make
me a better person. In fact, I
think that is the key. I think
before we can truly be a success,
we have to ask ourselves that
important question. "Am I the
best person I can be?"
Lots of people have monetary
success, or fame, but are not
happy with the person they see in
the mirror. It did me a lot of good
to go back to a place filed with
people who are not rich or
famous, yet they are amazing suc-
cess stories. All I had to do is talk
with them for a few minutes, and
I was reminded of what is really


Holiday schedule for Child Development Center G rief classes offered


The following is the upcoming holiday schedule for the Voluntary
Pre-K (VPK) students at the NAS Jax Childcare Development
Center:
Nov. 11 No school, center is closed for Veteran's Day
Nov. 24 No school, center is closed for Thanksgiving
Nov. 25 No school, center is open for daycare
Dec. 19-23 No school, center is open for daycare
Dec. 26 No school, center is closed for Christmas
Dec. 27-30 No school, center is open for daycare
Jan. 2.- No school, center is closed for New Year's Day
Jan. 16 No school, center is closed for Martin Luther King Jr.
holiday
Feb. 20 No school, center is closed for President's Day
For more information, call 542-5434.



Search under way for next Master

Chief Petty Officer of the Navy


From Master Chief Petty Officer
of the Navy Public Affairs
The next Master Chief Petty Officer of
the Navy (MCPON) is anticipated to
take the helm from MCPON (SS/
AW) Terry Scott in late spring or early
summer of 2006, and the Chief of Naval
Personnel is accepting applications.
NavAdmin 273/05 serves as the guidance
for the nomination and screening proce-
dures for qualified MCPON candidates.
Commanding officers and commanders
must submit packages for consideration to
the Chief of Naval Personnel (Code NIA)
no later than Nov. 15.
The process will permit as many quali-
fied candidates as possible the opportunity
to apply, provide the time for a thorough
examination of all nominating packages,
and convene a special selection board to
submit a list of recommended candidates
for a final interview before the selection by
the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) is
made.
In addition to drawing upon proven lead-
ership ability over a career, experience as a


command master chief is essential for the
MCPON to have.
The MCPON serves as a trusted and val-
ued personal advisor to the CNO and Chief
of Naval Personnel. As the Navy's senior
enlisted leader, the MCPON must have the
ability to serve as the Navy's enlisted rep-
resentative at all levels of strategic plan-
ning crucial to the Navy's ability to meet
challenges now and in the future.
The MCPON accompanies the CNO on
visits to Navy installations and units
around the world, testifies before
Congressional committees and other advi-
sory boards on quality of life issues.
The MCPON also represents the Navy's
enlisted Sailors on presidential, Defense
Department, Department of the Navy and
corporate executive-level working groups,
and often serves as guest speaker before a
wide range of civic and Navy affiliated
functions.
To view NAVADMIN 273/05, visit
www.npc.navy.mil/NR/rdonlyres/3870D3C
E-B9B7-4 162-A6C6-9EB8CA495
BDC/0/NAV05273.txt.


From Staff


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Steps Toward Healing Nov.
1 through Dec. 13. The
classes will be offered each
Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.
Classes will consist of:
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If you have seen this person,
please contact Detective
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tion's Division at 542-0969,
Ext. 105 or 813-0401.


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important.
We have to feel at peace with
who we are before we can have
any real success anywhere else.
In a world filled with athletes
who are looked at as icons, it is
great to see people who truly
meet the qualifications.
Why don't they get more "press
coverage"? Why don't we look at
good people, and learn from
them? Why don't we spend time
trying to be better people our-
selves instead of doing things
that really don't matter that
much? When was the last time
you slowed down enough to be
reminded of the simple truth that
good people make this world
worth living in?
I am going back to visit the
mountains more often, but the
real treasure is the people that
live there. Isn't that true of just
about anywhere?


IlkI


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JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 27, 2005 7


Coastline CC offers AA degree


Helo

check

ASC Bud Reader (foreground)
observes as maintenance person-
nel perform preflight checks on
an SH-60F Seahawk, assigned to
the NAS Jacksonville-based
"Tridents" of HS-3, on the flight
deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft
carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt
(CVN 71) Oct. 13. Roosevelt and
embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight
(CVW-8) are currently underway
on a regularly scheduled deploy-
ment in support of the global war
on terrorism.


Photo by PH3 Randall Damm


FACSFAC Jax Sailor back from Guantanamo Bay


Until February of
this year, Guantan-
amo Bay, Cuba, was
a mysterious place IT2
(SW/AW) Berry Buxton
knew only through news
stories. When suddenly
called to leave Fleet Area
Control and Surveillance
Facility (FACSFAC) Jack-
sonville and report to
Cuba, he knew it would
soon become a familiar
place.
Buxton, who just re-
turned from seven months
of temporary assigned
duty, served with the Joint
Task Force Naval Provi-
sional Guard Battal-ion,
Guantanamo Bay, to sup-
port the global war on ter-
rorism. Buxton's duties
included the safe and
humane detention of over
48 detainees.
Buxton admitted that
working with other
branches of the military
was a new experience for


LoIN --. _


IT2(SW/AW) Berry Buxton
him. Upon arrival in Cuba,
he had limited knowledge
of other military branches
and the way they worked.
"Working with the Army,
Marines and Air Force took
some getting used to," he
said. "As we were talking,
we eliminated some pre-
conceptions and came
together as a team. I made
friends with people that I
still keep in contact with.
On liberty at the base,


Buxton took advantage of
what the tropical island
nation had to offer. "Duty
in Cuba is what you make
of it," he continued. "In my
spare time, I went to the
beach and the swimming
pool. To deal with stress, I
visited the base gym.
Socializing with other
service members I worked
with really helped pass the
time."
According to Buxton, he
was able to stay in touch-
with family and friends
during the seven-month
separation. "I missed my
family while I was away,
but the Navy made keep-
ing in touch easy,"
remarked Buxton.
When Buxton left
Florida in February, he left
everything familiar 700
miles away from him.
Happy to be back in
Jacksonville, he is looking
towards the future with
goals already in place. He
is currently awaiting news
as to whether he'll be
accepted into the Seaman-


to-Admiral (STA-21) pro-
gram, which helps high
achieving petty officers
gain a college education
and a commission.
His mentors, who include
a chief he served with
aboard USS John F.
Kennedy, encouraged him
towards leadership oppor-
tunities and to take control
of his career by the horns.
"Chief Marshall encour-
aged me not to settle for
being a part of an organi-
zation, but to learn every-
thing I can about it and to
make it better. I believe I
can help make the Navy
even better as an officer,"
stated Buxton.
The Navy's presence in
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
has existed since 1903. The
installation is in the south-
eastern corner of Cuba and
is the oldest base outside
the continental U.S.
It is the only one in a for-
eign country that does not
enjoy an open political
relationship with the
United States.


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A lax Navy Flying Club aircraft takes the scenic route over downtown Jacksonville.


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By O01 Mike England
Assistant Editor


Jax Navy Flying Club Manager Janet Hoover goes over a flight plan with student pilot Donald
Kehrt.


Jax Navy Flying Club student pilot Donald Kehrt checks the fuel in his aircraft before a flight.


Jix Navy Flying Club Chief Pilot John Nayfack (left) explains the principles of flight to student
pilot Donald Kehrt.


A pre-flight infection is probably one of the most important parts of learning to fly an air-
craft.


Many Sailors join
the Navy with
dreams of scream-
ing through the sky at
mach two in an F-15.
Unfortunately, most Sail-
ors will never experience
that. However, there are
many opportunities await-
ing Sailors dreaming of fol-
lowing in the Wright broth-
ers' footsteps at the Jax
Navy Flying Club (JNFC).
The JNFC, sponsored by
the NAS 'Jax Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation De-
partment, exists to provide
recreational flying opportu-
nities for Department of
Defense personnel and of-
fers flight certification pro-
grams.
The club and 135 mem-
bers, located at Hang-ar H5
at Herlong Field on
Normandy Boulevard for
the past four years, recent-
ly relocated to NAS Jax.
"We had to relocate to
Herlong after 9/11 because
of security concerns," said
JNFC Manager Janet Hoo-
ver. "We're very happy to be
back at NAS Jax and we
hope that our new location
will make it more conven-
ient for Sailors to join."
Probably the biggest at-
traction to joining the
JNFC is being able to rent
one of the club's five air-
craft including two Cessna
172s, a Cessna 172 high
performance aircraft and a
Piper Warrior and Piper
Arrow, for much lower pri-
ces than out in the civilian
community.
"We are definitely the
best kept secret around. We
are a non-profit agency and
are not out to make money.
We're here to help our club
members do what they love
to do fly," added Hoover,
who has managed the club
since 1997. Hoover's hus-
band, Jerry was a previous
manager and the couple
has been affiliated with the
club since 1988.
JNFC membership is
open to all active duty
members, reservists, retir-
ees, Department of Defense
employees and members of
the Civil Air Patrol.
Although the primary
purpose of the club is to
provide recreational oppor-
tunities in aviation for mili-
tary personnel and their
family members, JNFC also
operates a Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) certi-
fied flight school.
The school offers students
the opportunity to earn a
private pilot's license and


Jax Navy Flying Club Chief Pilot John Nayfack formulates his
flight plan at the Jax Navy Flying Club office before a flight.

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Jax Navy Flying Club Chief Pilot John Nayfack goes over the
pre-flight checklist with student pilot Donald Kehrt.


sonville.
advanced classes such as
commercial and instrument
instruction, a multi-engine
course, flight instructor
training and airline trans-
port pilot certificates.
"The FAA has five levels
of pilot certificates, from
student to airline transport
pilot depending on what
type of aircraft you want to
fly and how much experi-
ence a person has. JNFC is
authorized to provide in-
struction for all these cer-
tificates," explained JNFC
Chief Pilot John Nayfack.
To earn a private pilot's
license, students are re-
quired to complete six.
weeks of Private Pilot


Ground School and to com-
plete a 60 question written
exam. Classes are held
twice a week at night. After
passing the FAA private
pilot written exam, they
must then complete the fly-
ing portion of the course
consisting of 26 flight les-
sons.
"The ground school is a
very structured course. The
FAA sets the syllabus and
inspects our operations reg-
ularly. It takes a lot of time
and dedication to earn a
pilot's license," said Nay-
fack. "Once a student fin-
ishes ground school, we


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A close-up view of a Jax Navy Flying Club aircraft in mid-air.


Photos by
JO1 Mike England


Two Jax Navy Flying Club aircraft fly side-by-side over Jacksonville.


Members of the club get bird's-eye views of many of Jacksonville's landmarks.


they are required to fly once every 90 days. "We encourage them to fly once a week to
maintain their skills and to keep our club up and running. All they have to do is call
me and schedule an aircraft, if it's available, they can fly," said Hoover.
The hourly rental fee includes fuel, oil, insurance and maintenance.
"We have our own mechanic who ensures all required maintenance checks are com-
pleted and the aircraft is safe to fly," said Nayfack.
"We get a lot of active duty members. Many are enlisted aircrewmen who are tired .of
watching the pilots have all the fun. So, they come here and get their license to see
how the other half lives," Hoover stated.
"I'm here to work on my private pilot's license," said JNFC Student Donald Kehrt.
Kehrt, a Navy family member who graduated from Mandarin High School in May,
has always dreamed of being a pilot. "Flying is really the only thing I've ever wanted to
do. After I finish with my private license, I plan on pursing my commercial and instru-
ment qualifications. My ultimate goal is to become an airline pilot," he said.
The entire cost of the course runs around $4,000 depending on which type of aircraft
is used during the lessons.
"We are an approved VA-141 school, so students can use their GI Bill to receive 60
percent reimbursement for their training. We handle all the paperwork for the stu-
dents and just got approval to do it via Internet so the process is much faster," said
Hoover.
For more information on the Jax Navy Flying Club and what it has to offer, call 777-
8549.


Jax Navy Flying Club Chief Pilot John Nayfack pilots his plane over the skies of Northeast Flo-
rida.


FLYINGQ: 12-16 weeks of


training to attain pilot's license

From Page 8

recommend they schedule flight lessons at least twice a week. This saves them money
because if you fly often, everything stays fresh in your mind and we don't have to
review as much of a previous lesson. For those extremely dedicated individuals, a
pilot's license is attainable within 12 weeks, but realistically, it usually takes about
four months," he continued.
Once the student earns their private pilot license and becomes a member of the club,


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Be prepared to weather a financial storm
By Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo mind; your basic homeowner's lines of credit as a replacement
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As the devastation from
Hurricane Katrina still
leaves thousands displaced
without homes or jobs, it causes
many of us to think "could -this
happen to me?" Are you prepared
for a disaster of Katrina-like pro-
portions or a financial disaster of
any type?
We should use Katrina as a
wake-up call to put our financial
affairs in order. The Financial
Planning Association has com-
piled a listing of helpful hints to
prepare us for a full-scale natural
disaster or routine financial
emergency:
Prepare an evacuation box that
is fireproof, lockable, and light
enough to carry in an emergency.
Suggested items include: Cash or


0 "V
travelers checks, a copy of your
driver's license, social security
card, legal documents, wills and
power of attorney, home and vehi-
cle titles, and insurance policies.
Make a list of all household
items and take photographs or
create a video of your possessions.
An inventory of expensive items
will be handy if you need to sub-


mit a claim to your insurance
company.
Make a list of the financial pro-
fessionals (i.e., accountant or
financial planner) in case of an
emergency.
Re-analyze all your insurance
needs. Do you have appropriate
home owner's insurance, includ-
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renter, do you have an appropri-
ate amount of renter's coverage?
Do you have enough life insur-
ance for your family to sustain
itself if you or your spouse is
deceased?
Keep six to 12 months of cash
in a savings account for emergen-
cies. Due to many reasons, we
have grown into a culture of
spenders and not savers. Easy
credit and brilliant marketers
entice us to buy things we do not
need to impress people we do not
care about. In the case of a true
natural disaster, such as Katrina,
12 months of cash for expenses
might be the difference between a
short-term financial struggle and
a long-term financial disaster.
Do not rely on credit cards or


nice to navu g pgnu vupiu-
ment your cash reserves.
However, according to Ric
Edelman, author of The Truth
About Money, "Remember, the
first thing a financial institution
will do in a crisis is cancel out-
standing lines of credit. In a cri-
sis, cash is king."
The secret to financial success
in the business world or in per-
sonal finance is the same-risk
management. Taking the neces-
sary steps, as outlined above, will
help mitigate financial risk to
your family in the case of an
unexpected emergency.
Olivolo is the command finan-
cial specialist at the Naval
Healthcare Support Office, NAS
Jacksonville.


SIU graduates 131


From the Navy
College Office
Southern Illinois Uni-
versity (SIU) held a
commencement exer-
cise Saturday for 131 grad-
uates of the four Bachelor
of Science degree programs
offered at the Navy bases in
Jacksonville.
The ceremony, held at
NAS Jacksonville Hangar
116, featured remarks from
Dr. George Williams, Col-
lege of Education & Human
Services and SIU alumnus
Dana Argo, class of 1993.
Since 1977, SIU has
rewarded baccalaureate
degrees to more than 1,000
local graduates in Aviation
Management, Electronics
Management, Health Care
Management, and Work-
force Education & Develop-
ment.
The class of 2005 includes
the following individuals
stationed at NAS Jackson-
ville:
James Allen, Samuel
DeSanta, Paul Harper,
Timothy Richardson, Char-
les Robinson, Michelle Bet-


ton, Barry Clark, John
Dattilio, Robert Greuling,
Christopher Hampton, Sue
Lueck, Michael Osborn,
William Poisson, Daniel
Powell, Jerry Roddy, Angel
Santos, Michael Shovels,
Dennis Tuttle, Lance
Vickery, Scott Williams,
Michael Wolfe, Roger Wood,
Troy Yorton, Duane Bell,
Nadia Brathwaite, Carlos
Castro, Brian Davidson,
Elaine. Florence, Shawn
Howren, Philip Humphrey,
Roberto Karam, Samuel
Maxey, Carla McNair, Dus-
tin Menezes, Wanda Miller,
Jamie Neal, Toninette Neal,
Jacqueline Nelson, Melissa
A. Pinillo, Christina Platt,
Dreamer Reid, Monica San-
tos, Crystal Wright, Maria
Tirado, Victor Vasquez-Gar-
cia, Ray Wagner, Nicholas
Walker, Pamela Zutell, Roy
Barker, Christopher Ben-
hardus, Robyn Cenizal,
Anjenelle Christensen,
Ricky Conklin, Stanley
Dye, Antonio Frias, Joanhe
Galvin, Dennis Green, Tif-
fany Hasse, Kevin Henry,
Rodney Jackson, Sophia
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at NAS Jacksonville's Hangar 116 Saturday.


Julie Kilpatrick, Penelope
Knight-Ashford, Darryl
Kothmann, Wesley Lassiter,
Mayte' Lugo, Iran Maiso-
net, Bonnie Marron, Mark
Miles, Tommy Mitchell,
Ramon Morales, Jr., Jason
Morgan, Dennis Morrison,
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Nettles, Rosa Perez, Erik
Reis, Brian Richardson,
Reginald Rivers, Jeffery
Routier, Charles Saxer II,
Devine Scott, Brenda Sher-
rill, Calvin Simon, Jr., Mon-
ica Sims, Stacy-Ann Smith,
Donald St. Pierre, John
Stevens, Winfred Stine-
spring, Jr., Slychet Stone,
Franklin Taylor, Harry
Truscott Jr., Crystal Turbe-
ville, Michael Vincent,
Brian Williams. Sr.. Toni


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Glen Bourque, Paul Bow-
ers, David Carrion, Patri-
cia Clark, Michael Den-
man, Maureen Dunn, John-
ny Field, Jane Holcomb,
Kristina Honomichl, Peter
Jervis, Henri Johonson,
George Jordan, Jason
Kutsch, Christopher La-
them, Gail Morgan, Jhan
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Christine Paris, Darlene
Peterkin, Ryland Reamy,
Heriberto Rojas, Victor
Rojas, Monica Stech, Don-
ald Stoller, Billy String-fel-
low, Paul Stull, Rebekah
Underwood, Maritza Vigo,
Samantha Walker, Kimber-
ly Wichlan, Victor Williams,
William Yearby and Darren
Youne.


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Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono and Medal of Honor recipient and former
hospital corpsman Robert Ingram at the DCMS dinner.


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Surgeon Lt. Cmdr. Craig
Shepps presented the Rear
Adm. Paul Kaufman Award to Dr.
John Wells, Jr., at the 2005 Duval
County Medical Society (DCMS)
Dinner Oct. 11.
Wells is a Jacksonville radiation
oncologist and former Marine Corps
major. The prestigious dinner takes
place each year at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club and brings
together physicians from throughout
the Northeast Florida area.
This year's luncheon was an exciting
event with a great turnout of area
health care providers. Featured speak-
er was Rear Adm. Karen Flaherty, act-
ing Navy Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery chief of staff.
Also present was Medal of Honor
Recipient and former Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Corpsman Robert Ingram
and Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel
Bono.


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Paul Kaufman Award to Jacksonville
Radiation Oncologist Dr. John Wells Jr.
aster response, professional training
opportunities, community health plan-
ning and networking opportunities.
More than 1,500 local physicians
belong to the DCMS. Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's physicians, who serve
more than 150,000 beneficiaries in the
hospital's area of cognizance, are a
vital part of this organization.


BAH questions answered for


Sailors affected by Katrina, Rita


By]JO(SW/AW) Kristin Fitzsimmons
Task Force Navy Family Public Affairs

In order to provide the Navy family an
easy reference to Basic Allowance for
Housing (BAH) for all those affected
in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina
and Rita, a set of frequently asked ques-
tions (FAQ) was developed by Command-
er, Navy Installations Command (CNI)
and the Navy Personnel Command and
released on Oct. 14 by Task Force Navy
Family.


Through a sequence of questions about
an individual Sailor's current situation,
the FAQs explain the member's entitle-
ment to BAH. Also included are two
example situations, definitions, key refer-
ences for additional guidance and points
of contact.
The complete BAH FAQs for Navy
Family members can be reviewed at
http:// taskforcenavyfamily.navy.mil/Con-
tent/faqs/bah.htm or contact your local
Personnel Support Activity or Personnel
Support Detachment.


FOOD LOCKER: Donations needed for holiday meals


From Page 1

because we are taking care
of our Sailors," explained
CMDCM(SW) Chris Green,
NAS Jax command master
chief, who oversees the
Base Food Locker program.
"It's Sailors helping Sailors.
People donate items and we
distribute food baskets to
those who need them. Our
biggest focus is during the
Thanksgiving and
Christmas holidays."
To keep the food locker
stocked, donations are
needed throughout the
year. Donations can be any
non-perishable foods such
as canned goods or boxed
items.
"We really need boxes of
stuffing, instant mashed


potatoes and packaged
gravy for the holiday bags
we will be making up in the
next couple of weeks," said
NAS Jax Food Locker
Manager FC2 James
Fortney. "These bags will
have all the trimmings
needed for a Thanksgiving
meal for one of our military
families."
During the holiday sea-
son, food items are pack-
aged and distributed in
special holiday bags to
those service members who
may need a little extra help
during the holidays. These
bags contain all the usual
holiday fixings and a
coupon to pick up a free
turkey at the base commis-
sary. The food locker main-
tains an account with the


commissary, and all donat-
ed funds go directly into
this account.
To be eligible for these
holiday meals, families
must be screened and
selected by their com-
mands. A list is sent to the
NAS Jax Command Master
Chief's office, the bags are
created and can then be
picked up either by the
command or individual
families.
Donations can be made at
the NAS Jax Commissary
in the special bins near the
doors or at Building 1,
Room 242, weekdays from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. For more
information, call 542-
2934/4545.


Photo by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Spivy Williams drove all the way from Portland, Maine, to NAS Jacksonville with 48,000
pounds of ice in support of FEMA's Hurricane Wilma relief effort.

FEMA: Agency gets only the best from NAS Jax


From Page 1


its facilities, staff and its proximity to the
storm. "NAS Jax is strategically located
and has the infrastructure and support
equipment we need to get relief supplies to
the people that need them as quickly as
possible," he said.
FEMA, which established its Federal
Logistical Support Center aboard the base
Friday, has brought 80 personnel and 625
trucks to assist in relief efforts so far.


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number of car trips they make," he said.
"Consolidating errands, carpooling to and
from work or to kids' events or using pub-
lic transportation whenever possible are
ways we can all conserve," continued
O'Rourke. "The bottom line is that we
must be proactive and conserve fuel as
much as possible in the event that some-
thing like Katrina happens again."
"Furthermore, I would like to call atten-
tion to the fact that shortages are always a


possibility after any natural disaster,"
O'Rourke explained further. "We are lucky,
because there is still a good supply avail-
able to Navy facilities."
The NAS Jax gas station is open 24/7 for
debit and credit card purchases and
Monday to Friday 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon
to 4 p.m. for cash and check purchases.
For further information about the NAS
Jacksonville Navy Exchange Automotive
Service Center, call 777-7146.


"We haven't had any problems providing
them with anything they've needed so far
and we intend to keep it that way," Carter
stated.
FEMA officials seem to agree with
Carter's statement.
"The NAS Jax staff has been excellent.
We've received outstanding support here,"
Noplis said. "The support and cooperation
has been great. The base has provided us
with the Cadillac of services."


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tine maintenance on your
home and automobile.
I'm guessing each of us
can realize savings that
just might offset some of
the price energy increases
that we- may see.
A few final recommenda-
tions for those of you who
really want to save a lot:
take shorter showers; turn
off your television before
you go to sleep (vice using


the sleep mode); don't open
the refrigerator door over
and over; carpool if possi-
ble; buy energy-efficient
products; close off unused
rooms; delay the use of elec-
tric appliances, such as
ovens, dishwashers, clothes
dryers, until 9 p.m.; and
lastly, purchase a hybrid
automobile.
If you truly want to
reduce your energy costs,
there are many ways to do
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Surgery Chief of Staff Rear Adm. Karen
Flaherty addresses guests at this year's
Duval County Medical Society dinner
aboard NAS Jacksonville.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville has
enjoyed a long history of involvement
with the DCMS and the Northeast
Florida medical community. Military
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12 JaxAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 27, 2005


Breast Cancer Awareness Day




reminds self-exams save lives


By Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten,
RNBSN
Breast Care Case Manager
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Breast Cancer
Awareness Day Observ-
ance, on Oct. 5 was a success!
The event, which involved dis-
plays in the hospital's
Outpatient Clinic area, was
designed to make people stop
and think about good health and
risk factors.
Providing valuable information
and real life experiences were
members of the hospital's
Ribbons & Roses Breast Cancer
Support Group.
A highlight of the event was a
contest in which participants
were asked to answer a mini-
mum of 11 questions concerning
breast cancer, breast health and
mammograms.
Those who answered the mini-
mum number of questions and
guessed the number ofjellybeans
in an H-cup bra were eligible for
a prize. Two people guessed cor-
rectly and many were close. The
purpose of the event was to
make people stop and think
about good health and risk fac-
tors.
This year more than 40,000
women will die from breast can-
cer. It is the second leading cause
of death in women (heart disease
is first). The single biggest risk
factor for breast cancer is being
a woman.
Many will be women under the
age of 40 and/or African
American. When young women
feel a persistent breast mass, it
is often dismissed as a part of
their monthly cycle or a clogged
duct during breastfeeding.
Monthly breast self exams and
a clinical breast exam with
breast ultrasound or tissue sam-
pling, only when indicated, are
more likely to find problems
early when cure rates are great-
est. African-American women
often have additional health
problems such as hypertension
or diabetes that impact general
well being.
That is why, in addition to


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Bobbi Cordova-Hanks, a breast
cancer survivor and founder of
Bosom Buddies, reminds people
that outward appearance can mask
inward problems.


breast self-exam, a healthy
lifestyle that includes weight
control, exercise and no smoking
can make such an impact on sur-
vivability.
Much has been in the newspa-
per and on television concerning
digital mammography and
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
(MRI) of the breast. Both of
these are useful tools in our


arsenal against breast cancer, read the results. Those special-
However, both of these meth- ists and that equipment are lim-
ods are limited and specific. ited.
Digital mammography has been So what should you consider in
shown to be most useful in order to help yourself'? First, is
women between 40-50 and/or your monthly self-breast exam
with dense breasts. MRI is done either on the same day each
appropriate in even younger month or three to five days after
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tive rate, requires special equip- cycle?
ment and a radiologist trained to Second, don't smoke. Do not


Beneficiaries stopping by the Breast
Care Awareness display at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville learn that all
breasts are not alike. Information
was available to participants on
how to properly do a self-breast
exam.
drink 'alcohol in excess. Third,
maintain a healthy weight with
a balanced diet and exercise.
Lastly, if you are 40 or older,
don't neglect to have your mam-
mogram.
For more information on Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Breast
Care programs call Nikki
Levinson-Lustgarten at 542-
7857.


Tobacco on the road at AUTEC FI


By Danny Woodard
Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center
Tobacco Program Manager
Smoking cigarettes, as
many of you know, is
the number one pre-
ventable cause of prema-
ture death in America.
Smoking causes more
than 1,200 deaths daily and
440,000-plus deaths annu-
ally in the U.S. If
Americans could stop smok-
ing, half of the hospitals in
this country would be emp-
tied.
Recently, during a visit to
the Atlantic Undersea
Testing and Evaluation
Center (AUTEC), located on
Andros Island, Bahamas, I
was amazed at the level
and number of smokers on
this island paradise.
HMC(FMF/PJ) Rick
Wallace, who serves as the
command's independent
duty corpsman and health
promotion representative,
made my visit possible.
Wallace was highly enthu-
siastic to have me aboard to
assist in tackling this major
health problem.
During my visit, I con-
ducted a tobacco cessation
program for base personnel.
The five-day intensive sem-
inar focused on education
and behavior modification
and. included nicotine


Photo courtesy of the Wellness Center
AUTEC Independent Duty Corpsman HMC(FMF/PJ) Rick
Wallace and Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center Tobacco
Program Manager Danny Woodard discuss the success of the
tobacco cessation class at Andros Island, Bahamas.


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vided with NRT replenish-
ment and counseling. This
part of the program is very
crucial for the overall absti-
nence of the smokers.
Statistics show that only
10 percent of smokers per-
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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, an upgraded scoring system and 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 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).


Fitness Source
Monday- Friday
5 a.m. 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
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.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. noon
Tuesday-Friday
Military $1 per day
DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
Call 542-2930 for more information and additional pric-
ing options.


For more information about I.TT trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Jaguar tickets for all home games are on sale now
(Section 229, $43). Catch a ride for $10 on the I.T.T. shut-
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.

City Lights & Cypress Nights Holiday Getaway
Dec. 3-4, deadline to sign up is Nov. 3.
Includes entrance to Cypress Gardens, entrance to
Historic Bok Sanctuary for the gardens and a tour of
Pinewood Estate, one-night accommodations at the Best
Western Admirals Inn, a hot breakfast, buffet dinner, and
a four-course lunch at the exclusive Chalet Suzanne.
Prices /person: single occupancy $235, double $190,
triple $175, and quad is $168.

Savannah
Dec. 10
Includes trolley tour, and free time for holiday shopping.
$33.25/person


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

Dominoes Tournament
Today

Guess How Many
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Guess the right number of candy in the jar and the
candy is yours!

Sponsors needed for

2006 MWR events
The NAS Jax Morale, Welfare, and
Recreation (MWR) Department is currently
seeking sponsorship for fiscal 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 organi-


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DIVRCE


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AT2 Jared Minnich of Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance De-
tachment Jacksonville uses the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department's self-serve car wash Oct. 19.
The car wash is available 24 hours a day and is equipped with
three wash bays, heavy duty vacuums, power wands and
towel dispensers. All money made through the car wash is
put back into MWR programs on the base. For more informa-
tion on the car wash, call 542-3227.

Pumpkin Toss
Oct. 31
Liberty Cove


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. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (R)
Nov. 4, 7 p.m. Land of the Deand (R)
Nov. 5, 5 p.m. Madagascar (PG)
Nov. 5, 7 p .m. The Perfect Man (PG-13)


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 informa-
tion on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
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In the woods near VP-30.


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


For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249.
For information on Mulligan's, call 542-2936.

Mulligan's Halloween Party
Tomorrow, 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.







14 iaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 27, 2005


Lights on Afterschool


promotes children's safety


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
he children of the
NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recrea-
tion Department Youth
Activities Center partici-
pated in the sixth annual
Lights on Afterschool event
last Thursday by creating
posters portraying why
they enjoy afterschool pro-
grams and through a vari-
ety of short skits.
"We're celebrating the
Light on Afterschool pro-
gram in conjunction with
other afterschool programs
all over the country. It's an
effort to let kids know that
they can come here instead
of getting into trouble and
bad things when they leave
school each day. We want
them to feel special while
they are here, learn some
things and have fun, not
just go home and watch
TV," said YAC Director
Megan Elliot.
"Today, we came up with
idea to have the kids pre-
pare some short skits on
some of their favorite
things they like to do while
they are here. It's fun and
gets everyone involved," she
continued.
"I really like coming here.
It's a lot of fun. I like com-
ing here and getting my
homework done so I don't
have to do it when I get
home," said 11-yearrold
Desirea Fuentes, who has
been attending the YAC


NAS Jax Youth Activities Center Director Megan Elliot leads a group of children in a song dur-
ing the Lights on Afterschool event last Thursday.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Seven-year-old Aerial West points to some of the posters cre-
ated by the children at the NAS jax Youth Activities Center
for the. Lights on Afterschool ,event as 8-year-old Imani
Mosley looks on.


Afterschool Program for
four years. "I also enjoy
spending time with my
friends."
Organized by the
Afterschool Alliance in
Washington, D.C., Lights on
Afterschool is a nationwide
event in support of existing
afterschool programs and
the need for more programs
to keep kids safe, help
working families and
inspire students to learn.
Lights on Afterschool pro-


vides the opportunity to
educate the public on the
value of out-of-school time
programs.
It was launched in
October 2000 with 1,200
events across the country.
Last year, more than half a
million people rallied at
7,000 events to show theii
support.
For more information of
afterschool programs at
NAS Jax, contact the YAC
at 778-9772.


NAS Jax Youth Activities Center School Age Care Counselor Sabrina Edwards (left) leads her
group of kindergartners in a skit to promote the Lights on Afterschool event.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The 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 informa-
tion, dall 778-0805 or email
commodore@njyc.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit
http://groups.firstcoastcommun-
ity.com/momsclubopw.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins


Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray. Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders


Association, Chapter FL1-X Bra
meets on the first Wednesday of Mar
each month at 6:30,p.m. at the 19.
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding wwm
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" 175
invite all those interested in T
motorcycling and motorcycle Cra
safety. They also have a weekly front
get together at the Dairy Queen spe
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. Visil
every Friday night. For more mat
information, call 269-5369 or C
visit www.fl1x.org.
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 reserva-
tions, 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 m


vo Company during the
ine Corps Birthday Ball Nov.
For more information, visit
w.irongators.com or call 542-
1.
he St. Augustine Art and
fts Festival is Nov. 26-27
n 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
cial events field near the
tor's Center. For more infor-
ion, call (904) 823-9703.
ecil Pines Adult Living
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and a fun house for kids will be
available. All donations will ben-
efit the Alzheimer's Association
of Northeast Florida. For more
info, 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.
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Volunteers are .needed for the
Jacksonville Zoo's 17th annual
Spooktacular Fall Festival,
which runs this weekend.
Volunteers will also help pass
- out candy, assist with rides and
serve as costumed actors. For
more information, call 757-4463,.
Ext. 176.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.
Dignity-U-Wear
volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a,
charitable organization that pro-
,vides new clothing to needy
individuals and families is look-
ing for volunteers. DUW and the
NAS Jax Chapel have formed a
partnership to assist military
families that became victims of
Hurricane Katrina. The volume
of clothing coming in and going
out of DUW on a daily basis has
escalated. The organization
desperately needs more volun-


teers Monday through Saturday
to help sort the truckloads of
incoming clothing and then pack
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VP-30 dominates intramural volleyball


By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
Coming off their sand
volleyball champi-
onship, VP-30 wanted
to prove that they could
take their game inside and
dominate the league.
They did just that as they
went undefeated in the reg-
ular season. VP-30 was
very confident heading into
the playoffs and took care


of their first opponent
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
(AIMD) Jacksonville with
scores of 20-12 and 20-7.
HS-5 gave VP-30 every-
thing they had, however,
VP-30 won the first game
20-17. The second game
was much closer however,
VP-30 staved off a pesky
challenge from HS-5 to win
barely by a score of 21-19.
The win assured VP-30 a


VP-30 displays their championship trophy and T-shirts after
winning the 2005 Intramural Fall Volleyball Championship.


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Intramural basketball league
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists. The roster and entry
forms are due by tomorrow. Interested commands
should stop by the base gym to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
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.
Flag football meeting
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting will be held Nov.
30 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building 850 conference
room. The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty and selective reservists ages. Commands
having their athletic officer or designated repre-
sentative attend the meeting will receive five cap-
: tain's cup points. All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
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 3 hours, 30 min./Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min./Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on. 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K
bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser,' sports coordinator at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.

Greybeard Fall Softball
Standings
As of Oct. 21
Team Wins Losse
CSCWL 5 0.
AIMD 6 1
FASO/Weapons 3 3
VP-30 2 3
CNATTU 1. 4
CHSWL 0 1
Intramural Fall Softball
Standings
As of Oct. 21
Team Wins Losses
AIMD 500 7 1
FACSFAC 6 2
Naval Hospital 6 2
VP-30 6 2
VP-16 5 2
VP-62/NAR 4 2
HS-5 5 3
VP-5 5 3
VP-30 Students 4 4
VS-32 3 4-
HS-15 3 0
HS-75 2 3
HS-11 2 6
VS-22 1 0
CHSCWL 1 5
AIMD 600 1 8
NCTS 0 5
WRTC 0 7
NAVAIR Fall Basketball Final
Standings
Team Wins Losses
Hornets 6 0
Wildcats 4 2
Prowlers 4 2
Bud Lite 1 5
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Homes 390 Wated 410 Condominiums 420 Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished 425 Manares 700 DomesticTrades
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35 manufactured 39o ReAlNEsate 410 Condominiums 420 mHoruie ed 420 TT ?or" eld 425 homag tfred 700 Domestic 707 DriLer 710 Ioduertol/
Land & mobile home on ANGELOBUS Am sd Home For Rent Orane Park N'slde-Near Zoo. 3/2, eee for (1) Beat the heat? Needed Immediately
slide Very clean $5k O i Condo ent; Near base 3bdrm 2 2058 Manucy Court mobile home on 1/2 21mo. old child. Sanish Lookinto makenced
down mo891-5393 HOUSESCASH new bath all large 3/21707sf "Firelace" $950 acre fenced lot spkg exp pref'd, but not $5oo-$00 this summer Must have exerance
Adny cond, handyman, 2R/2BA cs orders. c rooms near golf FEDERATED MGMT ROUP Firep carport, shed, F af al req'd St. Marys GA. ut away that pc and inAdemco/Honeywell,
SAfire damaged, o Furnished/unfurnished. course. Pool, gym. (904) 7308060 front & back deck. No area. 912 729-4635 shovel. Come drive for Must have excellent
Distressed, vacant or Laurel Island pets. $750mo. 1st & last 550 Business Jacksonville's finest trouble shooting
3BR 2 Doubewide On occued,ANYHERE Long t9125521989 Orane Park month. $600 deposit nunities PRIVATE CHEF NEEDED abies. To
CONDITION $90 William Penn 904-879-9009 must have 5 yrs exp puny! Relax In our Benefits! Email Resume
SDown t Apco /residential P Fleming Isl. THome ICW/Girvin 3/2, new cpt 3/2 1500sf $950 Franchises a d904 -29-4813 condoed le to mentor
Call Mr. Lewis 83-8385 NO DEAL TOO BIG or 3/2 gar. + amen. $980. & pnt. ar, fncd, fpl. Lare fenced backyard _I__oo_'Ji_ FraBcheoises all 904-219-4813 hrodel fleet e Integrated
TOO SMALL III + dep. 655 1679 $1l50m. 904-685-2417 FEDATED MGMT ROUP New 3/2 mobile home 560Financial Services e your own boss make exellenceomorfaxto
LAND HOME PACKAGE Quick closings or ICW (JTB & Kernan) 3/2. (904) 730-8060 Call 695-2255 56 6Money to Lend 7 Customer your own scheduled 770-447-9331
Sacred P New 3/2 Natures 2 car gar 1500sf. pets Orange Park WESTSIDE -2/1.5, 50 Mor s Bought r Service Prr as table AMECCIVILLC
Middleburg./Keystone. 904- 813- Hide -awa Guar. fin OK, 12536 Cross Brook Harbor Island $550PEP, $550MO. If Mortgages BoughtIersal A Cl c
d$980 Down. $595 Mo. Hide-away$4Ga r.ain. d1Tr $1195mo. 962-6565 1548 Bayside Drive 399-5536 and Soldnrste call A worldwide recognized
9ve hownu$59odso. Need Sell? 1$ 0 oo 3 6 CUSTOMER SERVICE REP TimCollns 355-8294 General Contractor
Save Thsands Need To Sell? RTO $900mo. 276 6446 ICW Cute house 3/2, 3/2/2100sf $115__specialized in con-
2-2751400f fncd yd, $1250m __ Fencedyard_ __ FT at Florida Backyard.secialized n con-
Call 291-2735 Wewanttobuy 00sff 5 FEDERATED MMTGROUP Mobile Home Mn one ear exp. M-F ,1]:1;-1l:=1dI s ruction of bridges,
any area, Orane Park south Loc +dep. 904-8661431 (904) 730-8060 Lot Rentals 550 Business 4:30 wit full benefits CLASS B CDL Exc Pay & has
LAND -N -HOME price or condition Des rable townhome INVfulbnit.LSBCLfExPa& construction has a
Cl a 2 ewINVno ee ISTORS! Some fi EPK.EW HMES LOpportunities Fa3x res4 rmail to eneft. Great Wo rk r eni r
Clay Duval. and Ca11 Now 350-9529 2BD/IBA. with garage damage. 4/1 CH&A. Lrg ORANGE PKoNEI HOMES! 94.39920 e itingEnv!Ironment.Comethefollowingpositons:
$50 down SFREEQualfti Lo AND $1S00ook Just $60k 9512 2000f, $1350' Iotso 7 LAWN ACCTS. No eqpt. Team! AppCCen .at 445 ExcavatorOperator
call 47742oLr Emall at WE II BUY LAND 472-7314 Sisson Dr. 877- 477-1034 F s$en 80nks $250 +depr -0392 Only wkly, N. Mand & ighay
johnsalMesbeasouthant DUVAL, NASSAU, & CLioAYion Dr.4/3,200 $1800 SE 2500. 699-6780 70 Accounting/ P. 904 2 1 PAy
W9LL PAY TOP AR ORTEGA -The VenetianC. /JACKSONVILLE Brand M Vaxxum R.E. 699- 03w93 W'i1de Irg. private lots. g EOE / DFW B9onus ay
MIDDLERG4/2ON1ACE CALLKIETH7838385 3/25mo.boatslpnew house in Water u city water/sewer. Smallnvestmentfora _60_ _Bookkeeping Drug Fe.e Wrkpace
$500 DOWNi I1. avail, 251-5103 Leaf, 3200sf, 4 bdrm, 3.5 .O Pace Island Rental $250mo.+ dep. 928-9300 large return! Secured &EOE
b house.975mo.827-044 $2000/mo. 904759 6422 schools. Gated comm 430 Roommates i A Drivers 124 Park Ave. Orange
MOVING! MUSTSEAX BCH Beautlul New Owner PCS. 757-/889 6008 2 FERAceor
A3// 4lL2fmovercres PVB AA 3 rd.ncd yd. PAXON 3/1 CH & A, fen EARL furnished room In S Services O E oni 2 a s g. P ar P904 -
S$650 per month. All sizes & floor plans. Call 635t4823 must be neat/nonsmk Commercial & Church ato I
Call Mr Bradley 874-1862 Availabil85 ties lg AX BCH-Walk to beach! $465, 887-8622 Loans Available. vacation pd holidays.x I ,'-F
or 291-3100 Real ES4tCdoi RT SECURITY DISC. 3/2. Brick house on PONTE VEDRA BCH 1/1, te ho 100k-$45 ml. to lend ---2 10 401K .heath ano PArN.T / BODY
M Yr T-Lo2are xiPl Gfbated Townhou EZ Qual fyngGood/Bad l.mntal i B rount Island Vehicle
MaNs MUST8. fowenrennifr 917 Toay! Lgoo. Or cr gap $6c0 Summer OAatcninanl IEOE DFWvP 12Processor seeks
sinlewEde-, ob NYFLBRfoKEent e nif aEcr ATPu Reay 9 t60-70 House w/golf view. To Kernan $600. I Apply at: satle exp. Painter for
Smany IN men. to list For Includes private oney to Lend FLOR IDA ROADS re/paint/buff/ light
Smove. 924-7428 400 Apartments V 2/ ast/desgner JAX BEAC-3/ lease m or buy now bath, utilities washer or Borrow 10439 Alta Drive body work/refinishing.
SFurmished remodeled. E. of AlA m6232ndAve. S.. $157k. Cel 477-4045 or dryer. Contact Hanika r0 ierm I 714-0041x106 Hr2 n 6nde33 ou. Ec
4OWNER FIN- $220/mo 4Apartments $C3200mo. 9025-2196 $LA21000mo. 708-9984 Ofc 877-888-2488 940 224 0215 7 B fit/




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2001 3/2 Dbl. P nuih l/0B 5-Belleza. 3/2 vltd miea from base. Must 3/2 r B F credit foreclosures no comany / WANTED
$716 monthly MansesUcturnished cells. Huge 1400sf see Jim 912-729-8904 1600sf. $1350m. Call Nurse EnsIgn, problem. 725-6127 CL/ILITAYLServiCe Engineer
145mers il912 673b1897 904-829-93r7. 237d 014, Brand new Condo ERS 1 benefit wknds. Dedaeed runs. Tosoh Biosclencernc
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So overlooking .ofcous updated fplc $925mo ura d males/females $60Oer propel. 725-6127 n-ft rk ts hs







overthep dqhonetr to0 en in yerY desErale school 737-2542 P9 Pmo. 23 012 2 m on th, C alel 703-6299474 t immed ate full-time
New/Used or3ed- roy district, manyamen- 19 udated R "m B' Comn Top7pay. Fulte opening for a Field
rMr n a2 u7 Ps g+lalte, w MAXDR ata214 c 7d Mandaril n Townhouse } ri rs Benefits. Call S&W Service Engineer based
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a Your DROUP da KLEAF &ta.L2.mat.vagtdcnhCDLnNorthernbaterNR use 398-*4F0eeappraInfl.dehtalcIouednlo..lont Florid.
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455Wanted to Rent amenities atedcomm.. s.- *Pad fist 2 Weeks TRUCK DRIVERS wth ndrect superv-
SALES REPNEEDED $1950/mo. P349-4144 MAagnli~t~o RENT TO OWN OP, ParkAve. IrI MB/BA Education and D riEarnin PRotental rn be sef-moti-c
ro re ORemodeed 4/2CH&ALrg new condo nr ver furn Li ANTED Drivers w/ ve Rtrnin or ae e el
Sales. WillMtrain.fredope rIVEID V. near 1s 3/2, 2 car garage, fncd yd $975/mo 3436 $425ps. util. 215-7363
Fur art.mle ndtnsB5 1 ar ens p dBeautigful home on Cote 77-404 LiassACDL-Hazmat those who Quaify skills. Qualifications
4 n s l $120 6 St 600 Private Instruction Home most Sc Grad & Exp ncde an AA degree n
sk 600 las 8 iti a a m gle ero course.nt Ulde-sacm0all 3 r Roommateomr new *Schoos weekends Dr ivers Welcoe. Cl electronic or eqa-
a s $1035 Arco Drv. mo $895mo. 904- 81-486 +1/ie lor r /OP ay 90/mile practical experience in
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acres in Jackssonvlle. L ar s1400m. nHus a e MUANDD.R 3 HIL c te S.NH aBrd-4 kso Jacneonvlse T rda es electronicservacg
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on 1 of 3 beautiful lots Avail. Breathtaking iews of -TRES- crpt lawn ser. 703-7934 3/2/11068 SF $77 util. kit & laundry prlv Experienced Drie CLASS B A A 1)




















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creekpaved road, I-0 DOWNNTOWN 3/2 comnl, yard,big screen HDTV, MURRAY HILL complete pool, hot tub. furnished, "eR ANeeded to start Immed.
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Kennel, eqpt shelter $565 10 ARE/2SPBRLC OAKLEAF 25m 90607-6536 Male Near HAS lax trnpt Bckground &








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arsoa I 5FEDERATE.DMGMTOROUP OAKLEAF o312.5 gar. Beach access pubc St. Augustne395wk. Free Apprasal with a mosed loan.ge gooiri an. 6931838
(904)s730-8060 brand new. on re- boa. ramp ift away. 35233369644 wa S 2 B-u y m S
serve $1200742, 313 $850mo.904.610-8435 oldc y com/oceane-ont First T ne Home u mOkayn e Ma pre
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g. NRI E CR A 3/2/2 1447sf $995 updated bathrooms 19 mo. 2705 List yo home
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710 Industrial/
710 t Trades

Class "A"
Industrial Mechanic
for 3rd shift Mainte-
nance Crew. Must have
5 years experience.
Pay ranges from $16.96
plus .26-shlft differen-
tial. We are an EEOC,
Drug free workplace.
401K health/dental.
paid holidays/vaca-
tions. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, 6640
CR 218, Maxville, FL or
fax res. (904)289-7736

Electrical Project Mgr
N.E. Fl Electrical Con-
tractor seeks exp. PM
w/Knowledge in all
Phases of Electrical
Const. Must be able to
manage multiple
projects simulta-
neously. Have strong
organization & com-
puter skills. Min. 5 yrs
exp. as PM. Fax Resume
to 904-317-2117 or Mail:
6142 Lake Gray Blvd.,
Jax., Fl 32244 EEO/DFW
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS top pay, bnfts, local
job site. commercial
work, Immed openings
Call 861-0041 DFWP


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

EQUIPMENT OPERATORS,
PIPELAYERS & LABORERS
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Call Callaway Contract-
between 6:30a & 8:30a
FIBERGLASS WORKERS
wtih exp. Southern
Fiberglass, 41 Spring St.
Pd ins, vac & Sick days.
Phone 387-2246
FLOORING INSTALLERS
for new construction
Vinyl, ceramic & carpet
Exp & transit. reqd.
Top rates. Call Dave
904, 296- 0994 x 104 EOE
Greenhouse Installer
$11/hr to start; will train.
Must travel. Drug &
background check.
904 545-2567 aft 6pm
HOUSEWRAP
INSTALLERS
Must have transporta-
tion. Exc pay! Benefits/
Bonuses. Hardworking
reliable people only!
Call 636- 0707.
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
INSTALLERS
Batts & Blown,
Exp'd & trainees needed.
FL drivers lic req'd
2800 Clydo Rd. 733-9188

Maintenance Set Up
Mandarin. 40 hrs/wk,
some Sats & Sundays.
Retired military wel-
come. Jacksonville
Jewish Ctr 268-4200x150
PAINTERS 3 years
FOREMAN 7 years
min commercial
painting exp. req'd. FT,
own transportation req'd
Verifiable refs. DFWP.
S. David & Co. 636- 7788.
PAYPHONE SVC TECH
to run & maintain local
route. Mid $20's. Fax
resume 972-991-7876
PIPE FITTER/WELDER.
Min 5 years exp refer-
ences and own trans-
portatlon required call
46-1775 to apply great
benefits. EOE.



Hillman, Tallman-
Laborers, Good
benefits, health,
dental, pd holidays,
Vac, 401K EOE DFWP
Apply at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

Pipe Welders Pipe Fitters
Electricians Ship Fitters
Sheet Metal Riggers
Outside Machinist
BoIler Makers
Jobs are In Tampa
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& Gulf Coast hipyards
3 to 5 Years ofExp in
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Drug test required
Good Rates, Per diem
Call 800-825-5452
for Jobs in Tampa
call 813-247-4180
HKA Construction
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I PLUMBERS, HELPERS i
& REPIPERS for busy
repair shop. 288-9003

Hiring Exp. PT Maintenance
$10/hr.
Call 641- 5033
ROOFERS
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431


712 Mechanic

Diesel Mechanic
Hiring PM Mechanic
Benefits include medi-
cal, dental, vision,
disability, 401K, sick
days, vacation, holi-
days. Apply at 218
Morgan Ave. or call
545-0138.
SEMI- TRL/CONT/CHAS-
SIS MECHANIC/TIRES
Jax area. Shop/Mobile
Days/Nights. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904-695- 7045.
Service Mechl.-valld
drivers lic. Experienced
basic mechanic.
Excellent pay.545-7920
WEIGHT EQUIPMENT
SERVICE TECH
for Leading Technology
co. in the trucking
Industry. Mechanical &
computer skills req'd.
Trucking industry exp
pref. Local position. Fax
resume to 704 814-7000

714 Insurance
220 AGENT- pers/comm
lines, sal+ comm +
benefits. Mark 264-0977
PROPERTY FIELD
ADJUSTER
Northeast Florida
Min 3 yrs experience
Property estimating.
Salary consume rate
with experience and
education. Benefit pkg
Incl. company car.
Please fax resume

and cover letter to:
(866)274-3299
Attn. M. Sanchez

715 Management/
715 Professional

LEASING AGENT/ASST.
For Pickwick Apt
in the Mandarin Area.
Must Be Experienced;
CALL (904) 262-1038

New Oaldeaf
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
WANTED
Project coordinator for
g rowing home builder.
Min. 2yrs Home BIdg
exp. Duties to meet
with the home owner,
review plans, liaison
with customers & con-
struction manager.
Accts Payable mln. lyr
exp. in Microsoft skills
Incl Excel. Fax Resumes
to 904-940-7779 or em:
mgreenwood@arhomes.com


720 Medical
BACK OFFICE ASST- no
exp necessary will
train. 2 office locations
8-5. 5 days wk Call
904 731 9293
CLINICIAN
CAP Lic req. Substance
abuse and Ment.al
health exp
Fax 813 289 1517
minun,.,.DS coro ne ROE


AvantI Wellness Center
is seeking FT/PT &
temporary positions.
Fax resume 904 824 7598
LPN Lic & Exp Req'd.
Spanisn Speaking req'd
SS12/hr Orange Pk area.
Fax resume 278 2709
MA-nexp'd compassion
ate energetic tor FT or
PT position in pro
cnoice GYN office.
Call 737-9935
NURSES Exp'd i., Medical
Sales. Hign income
potentaIl See RS Medical
Physicians Sales a a in
Sunday Sales section


For medical office. Salary
Bonus & Benefits.
Up to $24k annually.
Fax resume to 269-9004

For busy independent
Pharmacy. Good skills
w/people, computers &
English. DFWP. Email
panamarxq'aol.com
PHYSICAL THERAPIST -
AND ASST oriile oirac
Lice OulDatlirnt Orn0oedlc
.n Nass.u Count j FT l.t PT
Fa3 r:un-. 901i.2'7.-177
,:ar l g4 27 7.4449
REGISTERED NURSE
immEd'ate openlin Jax
Fax 813-289-1517
mnunr;,O-. Corp net ROE

RN CASE MANAGER
Occu-Health. Inc seeks
a RNCM. at NAVAL
Brancn Medical Cent-
ter (BMC), Mayport FL
For consideration, send
resume w/salary
requirements, current
li c e n s e s &
cert's-email:
ohii@ohi-corp.com; fax
(859-873-7982 EOE
RN FT & PT Orange Park
Pain mgmt exp helpful.
SNo wknds, no shifts!
Fax resume
904-276-4462
Att.. ninii ncalD-irector C


AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE
TECH. will train-quall-
fled applicant. olid 723 Dental
company w/ great ______
benefits. CalI Bob
739 B0212 DENTAL ASSISTANT
Mn 3 yrs chalrslde exp
vreq. FT fax resume to:
721. 6151 / call 724,6321
FT up to $10/hr +
overtime. S'slde, N'slde, DENTAL ASST. lyr exp.,
W'slde, Call Jay friendly office. Start
904,651-0915 Immed. Call 751-6733


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723 Dental
DENTAL ASST/FRONT
DESK Looking for a
change? Come join our
team. Quality, reward-
ing practice at the
Beach. Exp req'd.
Serious Inquiries only.
Fax resume 247- 8495
FRONT DESK Min 35 hrs, 2
yrs exp. req. N. Jax loc.
Apply Duval Dental 376
New Berlin Rd. 6963336
Office/
725 Clerical

ADMIN ASST PT for elec.
contr. knowledge of
Word. Excel & Quick-
Books a plus. Arl. area.
Fax resume 726-0116
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
Env consulting firm has
opening in Jacksonville
ofc. Must be computer
literate and proficient
In Word and Excel.
Duties: general ofc
admin, phones, typing,
filing, rpt generation &
project documentation.

or fax 813-241-8737.
GENERAL OFFICE -
Strong data entry, people
and phone skills a must
Arl/ Southslde area.
Fax resume 724-5925
RECEPTIONIST for busy
front desk. Provide cust
svc & clerical support.
Apply In person: NGI,
7999 PhIlips Hwy, Suite
202 448-1600 EOE DFWP

735 Restaurants/
SHotels

ASSISTANT MANAGERS
for full service family
restaurant In Jax EOE
Please send resumes to
B8QM@herita9emanagementnet
Bartenders, Waltstaff &
Cook needed.
Apply In person
atStadlumClub
Bartenders FT/PT. Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301


Call 384u070
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
FRY COOKS -Exp. &
dependable. Good pay
DISHWASHERS All shifts
4553 120th St. 908-4202
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS
is looking for a PT night
audltor.Frl & Sat
llpm-7am. Also need
Front Desk PT flex
Apply in person.10148
New Berlin Rd.696-3333

HUNGRY HOWIE'S
PIZZA & SU Hiring

for our Riverside and
103rd St. locations. Driv.-
erF must have valid
Florida drivers license,
proof of Insurance Must
be able to work nights &
weekends Starting pay
S6.15 per hour 451.50 per
delivery + tips. Please
apply at 4162 Herschel SL
in Riverside. 384-0S92

JACKSONVILLE
MARRIOT HOTEL
is currently hiring ror the
following position:
BREAKFAST COOK/
OMELET SPECIALIST
Please apply in person
or fax resume to:
904 296 3450
Jacksonville Marriott
4670 Salisbury Rd.

SMiller's Ale House
SJACKSONVILLE'S
FAVORITE
RESTAURANT
AND BARI!l
ADDING OUR 4TH
LOCATION...
ORANGE PARK'11
-REALLY HAVE
FUN AT WORK!"
NOW HIRING 1
Line/Prep Cooks
Servers/Host/Hostess
Bus/Dish/Expeditors
Bartenders
APPLY AT.
The construction
trailer on the sihe
Our new location is:
1750 Wells Rd
Between Oakes Rd
and Orange Park Mall
(Inext to Carrabba's)
ON-THE-SPOT
INTERVIEWS
MON-FRI 9am-6pm
To find out more
about the Miller's Ale
House or questions
Swww.alehouselnc corn

NEW I- HOP RESTAURANT
HIRING FOR MGORS, COOKS,
SERVERS, DISHWASHERS
Apply 1825 E. West Pkrwy.
Orange Pk (Fleming IsI)
Ph. 626 8410 or 215- 9564


No exp. required.
877.9692n66 Ext. 904
NOW HIRING: Breakfast
Assoc & Front Desk
Assoc. Apply In person
at Hampton Inn, Exit
351 off 110, Chaffee
Point Blvd. Jax FL 32221
PARADISE ISLAND
DANCERS NEEDED
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
RED LOBSTER
at R;Mecvnow hiring
Flex hrs, day or night.
FT/PT. Great pay &
bnfts. Apply M-F,
2pm-4pm
416 Commerce Center Dr.
Waltstaff, Bartenders,
Doorstaff
Call 399-1110
Waitstaff
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033

745 Sales

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ing Salary, comm
,benefits Call 730-9968




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ADVERTISING SALES
20yr Est NatI trade
magazine requires con-
summate professional.
Bright, articulate, sub-
stantial communicator
for print and web ad
sales. Salary, bonuses,
401k, medical for the
proven performer.
Email resume:
Jdoyle@chiroeco.com

QUALITY HOMES
In Middelburg Has a
Rare Opportunity for
Exp Mobile Home Sales
Person. Opportunity to
Make $75,000 + a Year,
401(k), Health Benefits.
#1 Product
Please CallTony At
291-3100 or 509' 62B5


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PHYSICIAN

SALES
As an exapd medical
sales professional, you
have sharpened your
skills, made the 7 Habits
second nature and most
Important, developed
long term physician
relationships. Watching
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you see the movement
towards non-drug treat-
ment of pain and muscle
conditions and recognize
the growth opportunity.
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marketing FDA approved
physician prescribed
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multi-disciplinary mus-
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medical physicians In the
Jacksonville, FL area. We
provide comprehensive
raining and outstanding
support to help ensure
your success, and offer a
base salary, substantial
guaranteed commission,
high Income potential
competitive benefits, and
paid expenses. EOE Visit:
www.rsmedlcal.com.
Resume to
saleslobs@rsmedlcal.com
or fax 2 86 6- 0513


SALES REP -Jax based
PEO seeks motivated
Indiv to grow/ succeed
In outside B2B sales.
Sal+resld inc/
bnfts/vac. 1st yr target
Inc. $60-100k, Eng/
Span spkng plus. Fax
res. to 904-739-2225 or
email res. to
tcassette@matrlxpeo.com

SELF MOTIVATED
SALESPERSON
WANTED IN HOME SALES.
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NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED.


7 50 Technical/
IJ Engineering

HVAC SALES/
APPLICATION ENGINEER
for Heat Pipe Technol-
ogy, a growing manu-
facturer of advanced
HVAC equipment in
GainesvIle. Possible
advancement to a
regional Sales Mgr.
Engineer Degree pref'd,
min 3 yrs sales exp.
HTP offers a great
benefits package &
competitive sa ary.
Please fax resume to
352-367-1688 Attn HR.

Survey
Instrument
person
with xp. Offering
excellent benefits,
health, dental, pd
holidays, pd Vac,
401K Pay commen-
surate with exp. EOE
DFWP
Apply at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Aita Drive
714-0041 x106


752 Warehouse
W/H + RELIEF DRIVER
Pull candy, load, build,
receive, some relief
OTR dellvery/CDL "D"+
forklift a plus, stable
job history, benefits,
call (904) 781-6727.
WAREHOUSE PERSON
Must be neat & orga-
nIzed. 401K, benefits.

1.20 Creutwood St.


753 Security
fro-1 1 ;11 i 'J l i d il [1 ri ;.Jl
Needed FT$10/hr For
Gainesvile area
407-908-4803


755 Miscellaneous
ACTIVIST WANTED!
Help make Florida
elections fair. Part time
campaign staff needed
Immediately. Call Jim at
CSI, 904,765-5572


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Building Careers
for 55 years
Management Sales
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5213 Wesconnett
Blvd Jacksonville


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SORS- FT & PT eve-
nings. Own trans. Call
306-o050 btwn
8:30am-2pm M-F
DELIVERY DRIVER
Join Aaron's Jacksonville
deliver/install furniture
paid training, benefits
bonus stop pay Clean
MVR& criminal bkgrd
21+ yrs old. NO Sundays
Apply In Person
9493 ILem Turner Rd
4316 S. University Blvd


immediate opening to
maintain grounds &
common areas & gen-
eral repairs & mainte-
nance of Jacksonville
Condominium commu-
nities. Areas available:
Westside, Mandarin &
Southside. Must reside
within the immediate
area. Call (904)223-7224

HANDY PERSON HELPER
car lic., drug & bkg. ck.
$9/hr + PT/FT 553 4663

HOUSE CLEANING-S'side
$7.50/hour to start
Paid vacation
No weekends.
642-8885

Lawn Maint-Exp.DL
w/ transportation.
$10-15hr. 230-7351.

Lawn Malnt Exp,DL
.\, transportation.
Sl0 lSnr 230-7351.

MAINTENANCE FT start
$10, hr benr & some
perks. Lawncare, minor
repair, errands, car
detailing. Will provide
transp. & cell. Bkgord
check required. Fax
res. 904- 346-0887

RUNNER- for law firm.
valid DL & computer
exp reqd. some lifting
of boxes. Fax resume
to: 904-393-7996

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810 Service &
Repair
T &D MOBILE TOPS
6073-3 Roosevelt Blvd.
near NAS. We Install
convertible tops,
headliners, vinyl tops.
Most conv. 1 day ser-
vice. Most headliners
installed 45 min. or less.
Call for free estimates.
779-1213 or 918-5465

830 Child
0 Care

State Licensed
S Daycare
Openings, days,
Snightsweekends,
special needs, home
schooled newborn
13yrs, meals, activities,
drop ins. Carrie Ann's
912 882-0640

87O Lawn Service-
S Landscaping

JIMMY'S Professional
Landscaping. Your 10th
cut Is Always FREEI
Outstanding Profes-
sional Service! 861-8226

871 Legal
871 Services

Dlvorce,CrIminal,
Personal Injury Issues?
Free initial Consultation.
Nell L. Weinreb Attorney
at Law. 858-2999
www.neillegaLcom
Jacksonville,FL

894 Massage

ADDICTED TO MASSAGE?
For Best Massage Ever!
In/Out calls. MM16389
Jax to all Beaches
1975 Wells Rd. OP. 272-9115


Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
9 Business/Office
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/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


902 Appliances

365 APPLIANCE RESCUE
Expert appliance repair
$79.95+part. 535-1002
Dryer & Washer super
capacity, excel cond.
$200 for both 306-0856
Dryer & Washer super
capacity, excel cond.
$2 00 for both 306-0856
G.E. Stove-Brand
Snew. Never used.
|Electrlc self clean-
oing oven. Digital
read-out. Great buy
$175. 282-5452
4 GE Washer Dryer &
Stove $200 each
Nw Almost newly Call
317-5301 or
850- 723-5307
4, Kenmore Washer
Sand Dryer-Match-
ubicng set, late model.
Outstanding con-
dition $225. Can deliver
786-1767
4 Kenmore Washer
S and Dryer
1 Matching set, late
model. Outstand-
ing cond. $225. Can
deliver 786-1767
,a Keystone 2002, 24ft
. /5th wheel with 8 ft
vjlslide.Great shape
Sreese hitch incl. 13,900
352.475-1565
Large Capacity
SDryer Really good
shape. $100. Will
deliver. Call
9994-0100
4, Mandarin 2BR/2BA
[ 1 Car garage, lake,
screened porch,
FPL, pool, tennis
court, no pets. Lawn
service $1100mo Call
891-5647 Pcs.
SMaytag Washer
Dryer Nice shape.
SCan deliver. Call
994-0100 $280
SNew GE Electric
. Back Range $200
washer $100 Black.
* Call Ashley 90&7984
2 black hoods
,a PrIorm power incline
Streadmill 385c space
saver used very lIttle
$200.375-9733
4 Refrigerator
Kenmore Almond
t side by side. 24
Cubic ft. Has Ice
maker. Call 729-7218
leave message $125
REFRIGERATOR Maytag
21cu. ft. Top freezer
w/icemaker, adj. shelves
$325. 379-2093 bef 8pm
REFRIGERATOR Maytag
2Leu. ft. Too freezer
w/icemaker. adj shelves
$495. 379 2093 bet 8pm
Toaster oven Black
Sand Decker Large
tlcapacity Toast,
bake. or broil.
White exterior, excel-
lent cond. $28 268 2482
SWasher/Dryer GE
./ Large capacity
4 NEW Never used
$450 OBO. for both
Call Mike at 813 4001 or
998-8822
4 Whirlpool Stack-
able Washer Dryer
1 Less than two
Sears old. Great
condition. Can deliver
$400. 994-0100
905 Articles
For Sale

S3 piece Contem-
pary Clock set.
" Black & Gold.
Asking $20.
Call 553-6015


905 Articles
For Sale

4x6 Utility Trailer
| $200, laptop com-
I puter $100 dorm
refrigerator $40,
treadmill $100, German
camera $100. Shop-
smith $400 904 272-7352
4 20 gal. Fish Tank
w/standhoodfilter, &
tJil more $60.
S Call 287-4159
Air Conditioner
S Window Unit
S I 1 Yr old, Sears
Frigidaire $200.
904-641 5059 excellent
condition
Best Deal Yet 2 Like
Snew 12 volts Handl-
tL cap,Scooter batteries,
$30 for both. Jim
904-779-0089
Big screen Phillips
Magnavox TV 44x58,
$850.Car audio
Stereo,Kenwood
KDC3025,TSAH670R
4X6,TSD69ORF 6X9,Remov-
able facew/case remote
cntrl $350.4pc Ent ctr
Cherrywood,back mirror &
lights w/60" TV inset $200.
Call Vickie 904-382-4611
Bunk Bed set Room to
Go,All in one $300 OBO
t1i CAll Janet 333-9634
O/P Middleburg Area
Chrysler LHS 1999
For Sale Cleant
I loaded, runs greatly,
looks greatly
151Kmls, Only $6K.
Call Sam 904-334-7573
4 Doll 700M Notebook
Intel Pentium pro-
|cessor, 1-60GHz
496MB/RAM
DVD+R/RW Creative 2.1
speaker system. Carry
case chargers $1500
firm 850-377-9398
Double Garage Carport
$600. 2 yrs old, good
cond. Call 305-3023
4 DRILL PRESS
| Craftsman floor
E stand. Good con-
dition. $150. Kero-
sene Reddi blower
heater. $40. Good for
garage heat. 246-4461
4 For Sale-Leisure
Bay Spa-1 year old
L just like new, have
all paper work. Call
912- 8824553
For Sale like new gas
stove for kitchen.
S$250. 779-4660 80B
SFor Sale
S Trampoline $65
I curio cabinet $150,
Stroller $25. Call
Linger at 645-8725
SFree Above Ground
SPool- Disassembled
S ready to go. Con-
tact Stephanie
542-3096 x236
Gator Golf Bag w/ 22
clubs, balls, and tees.
$400; Stationary exer-
cise bike w weights and
computerized settings.
$125; Original
AbLounge w/steel bar
$100;Toshiba Lap-Top
still in box. Never used.
Has carrying case. Paid
$999 wi sell for $700.
Everything In Good
Condition. Ca2l:406-5808
Hot Wheels Toy
Collection
/Not inpkg., old and
new, 100 to pick
from $2.00 each
269-4503
Maternity Khaki
SUniforms, shirts,
tilpants, skirts. One
set summer whites
$100 all. Call after 5pm.
992-8556
W Men's Leather
S Cowboy Boots
tL Black, size 12.
never worn, $50
Call 912-576-3130
SMetal cabinet top,
4 opens for files. Drawer
S bottom storage
w/door. locable 28
inches high $25. 268-2482
4 Oak table w/4 chairs
S48" diam. w/24" exten-
tLZ slon perfect cond.
$435. Call 264-6364
32" Panasonic TV $200;
Stainless steel gas grill
$150; Couch, Chair, end
tbi & cof tbl $175; Comp
Desk, fair shape $150;
904-334-1743
Power House
SBench, Flex, knee.
1L weight set, excel-
lent cond. Paid
$325 asking $100 obo.
Call 491-7996
,a Queen Comforter
SShams, bedskirt,
| two custom cor-
nice boards, table
skirt. Call before 8pm.
269-1478. All $75.
Excellent condition
SAN JOSE BLVD/Epping
Forest Moving Sale.
King size bed, Irg glass
cof. tbl, many books,
silver pcs pictures &
other sundries. Please
call for appt. 737-7791
4 Smith Workout
S Station Lots of
S extras. Call
269-1174 $100 010
St. Steel Double
Ssink w/faucet $10
S Sears car top car-
rier $30. Different
sizes & colors com-
forter, bareal used $10
each. 646-9542
Three Beige Marble
S Sinks Ready to
I Install. All single.
Asking $10 each.
Call 553-6015
I Trailer 4x6
1$225.,Shopsmlth
l$500.Tennis ball
lob-ster $100,Tread-
mill $100.Dorm fridge
$40.Laptop computer $100.
CAll 904-272-7352
TV 45'" Mitsubishi
Projections TV $490;
Triple play Panasonic
$240; 20" Panasonlc $45;
Kit. tbl w/4chrs $180
All exc. cond. 288-6053
Two BMX Bikes 20
SInch wheels one
i Mongoose and one
S Next bike. Good
shape $100. Call Paul
620-9387

915 Building

a Laminate Flooring
Birch 145sq ft plus
cushioning. New In
the box. Made in
Switzerland $150 OBO
287-4159

920 Business/

Kelvlnator Ice Cream
Dipping Cabinet 48"
$650 obo. Call 716-7755
Workstation / Cubicles
ONLY $595
Herman Miller 8' x 8'
With Pedestal & Overhead.
Gator Office FurnIture
(904) 724-.400


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922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

Diamond Rings (2) 14ct
gold, 1 w/1/4ct other
1/3ct center stone.
$400ea or obo. 525-7684
ROLEX DAYTONA.
RT $12,400 now $9,900
Box & papers.307-5762

925 Computers

4, 450MHz Pentium
S17" Monitor CDRW
Drive $100 300MHz
Pentium 15" moni-
tor CDRW drive $80 Call
249-6916
Compaq 233MHz
S368, SOx CDRom
l156k Mod, windows,
152MB SDRAM
office crystal, BP Audio
onboard Audio. $150 Bill
246-0301 7am- 7pm

928 Electronics

51" Inch TV 4 Sale
And stereo equip-
t ment. Call 778-2464
4 Air Purifier Hunter
SHepatech, 3 stage
tL filter. 99.97%
Effective cleaning.
Excellent condition in
original box. $50. Call
Jason 777-5814
S Honda Pilot 'OS
Excellent condition
low miles, leather,
dvd, seats eight,
Must sell. $26,500 0BO.
504-6947
4, Playstaton 2 w/3
Controllers
15 foot extension
multi tap card. 6
Games, $300 for all. John
612-9998
Sony Wega 36" T.V.
P..P 3yrs old, like
1Lf new $450.
904-529-9630 after
Spmn
SSurround Receiver
T Denon AVR-2500,
-I Doiby, Pro-Logic,
r 85Wx3 Fronta
25Wx2 Rear. Excellent
condition. $1100 New.
Asking $300. Call Jason
777-5814
940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

4, AC/Heat Window
Unit w/remote
L $500. 407-421-7608
SBrother S In 1 Fax
/ Laser Printer
k[fDigital copier, color
scanner, PC Fax,
paid $500. New in box
$250.904-220-7886
FIREWOOD
Stockup Now and cut
your heating cost!
Split/Seasoned Black-
lack, Llveoak &
Wateroak delivered
38 6649-4261
945 Garage
Sales
1182 Linkslde Ct E.
Atlantic Bch Sam-Ham
Sat. 10/29/05.
Numerous household
items and clothing.
E. Arl. Sun-Thur, 9-6;
2152 Dunes Way DrVW.
EVERYTHING MUST GOI
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Sat 8-3. Everything must
go! 3203 Sarahs Ct.
ICW Sat. 7:30-11. furn,
pictures, Lazyboy
reclin, 3pc wall unit,
lamps, in Windsor Park
4399 Richmond Park Dr E
Kensington 4/2 Backs
tI tO preserve screen
k i lana ,FPL inGR,walkin
closets,pre apprvl
only.$225K by appt.
651-2392
N'SIDE Fri & Sat 8am-.5pm
US1, North of Dunns
Ave. furn, hshid goods,
'85 Olds Delta 88 &'85
Dodge Ram Charger
OP-Household misc.
Treadmill, clothing &
children toys & cloth-
Ing.Old records.Frl &
Sat 7am-3pm.
2584 Windwood Ln.
SAN JOSE Sat 9am- 3pm,
Multi- Family Sale
6747 Madrid Ave.
S'SIDE MOVING SALE,
Sat 8-1 Furn., H'hold,
toys, books, lots more
12377 Clear Lagoon Trl
Kinsington off Atlantic
St. Nicholas American
Stroke Assoc. Sale! Sat.
7- 3.2802 Glen Mawr Rd.
WESTSIDE Multi family
sale, 1713 LATOUR PL.
Avon Collectibles, boat,
appli, toys, etc. Oct
28th-29th, 8am-4pm
Don't miss This onel
W'SIDE Antlq's & Misc
items. 5055 Shirley Ave.
Thurs, Fri, Sat 8a-?
Bargain Hunters Galore

This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting (9
$7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

9 5C Household
9Std ]Furniture

S5 yr old 6pc Dining
4 T Room Set
S 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
4 Antique Butterfly
Leaf, trestle table,
perf. cond. $350
264-6364
4 Antique Repro-
ductlon Parlor Set
Floral print, king,
queen chairs,
loveseat, cherry finish,
$2200. New $1000 OBO.
-Ron 622-8391
BED-A- BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $100 King $140
Mem. Foam From $290
(904) 6740405
"Bed, BIG SALE"
Low Overhead-U Save
New Mattress Sets
Wholesale Showroom
Public Sale 1/2 Price-
Twin Sets $79-795
Full Sets $99-$295
Queen Sets $135-$499
ing Sets $250 -$995
Memory Foam close- out
Can Deliver 334-8573
BED-Brand new full size
matt set in plastic
w/warranty $99. Can
deliver. (904) 718-0617
4, Bose Floor Speakers
/ 501sGreat sound,
\J/Excel. cond. $250 pair.
904-529-9630 aft 5pm
BOX & MATTRESS QUEEN
w/new warranty $119.
Can deliver. 391-0015


955 Household
9 Furniture


Bedroom 4Pc Set$298
CLEARANCE SALEIII
Pc 8ueen Bed $19
I5 Pc Oak Dinette $195
2 PC Sofa&Chair From$291
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
VCR's From $12
20" Color TV's From $7
14 Drawer Chests $6e
COURT CLEARANCE


Captains Queen
i Bed Dresser,
4P nightstand, head-
board, footbaord,
railing. Simmons mat-
tress medium oak,
excellent condition,
paid $2700. Asking $900
491-7996
SComputer Desk
/ Excellent cond $75.
SI exercise bike
Excellent condi-
tion $90. End tables,
wood, excellent con-
dition $90 each 645-0630
Dining Room Set
Table with 6 chairs,
l hutch. Oak finish.
$200 771-5692
SFormal Dining
Room Set
Perfect Condition
$1200 317-0529
4, Great Looking
Couch Neutral
Colors with bur-
gundy, excellent
condition $175. Serious
callers call "Von"
904-859-7117
MUST PICK UP
Leather Queen
SSleeper Sofa
J Bought one year
ago. Neutral color.
Like new. Changing
office into nursery.
Asking $900. 821- 4505
Uvlng Room Fum
4, Sofas-Two $150
each; Arm chairs
two $100 each;
Rocker arm chair &
ottoman $100 645-0630
MATTRESSES MATTRESS
New, Wholesale pricing,
full $109, n $115 Kng
$145, 904,391.0015
MOVING
Beige sectional, chairs,
misc. oriental lamps &
art, patio furniture &
bar, car seat & end tbls,
pictures, 223-8512
Movng Dual
| Love seat, blue,
excellent condition
made by Berknlne $75.
Jim 04779-0089
SMoving Sale-Liv-
4 ing room sets
ne $400-$600 each,
dining room set
$250, Bistro set $50. Call
Ashley 908-7984
SOak Tables t150.
S3plece.nook table
chairs $175, Pictures,
reenery pieces
negotable.. Cale
Mrs. Graham 710-3298
4 Recliner Sofa With
fold down table &
S love seat. Good
cond. Blue $500.
Kitchen table
w/matching china
cabinet wood condi-
tion $W00 317-0529
SAN PABLO Pablo Bay
N'hood Garage Sale. Sat
Oct29. Whole N'hood.
SSofa Love Seat &
Chair-Tan, very
fl comfortable $500
OBO. Call Mike at
813-4001 or 998-8822
4, Solid Oak King
S Quen Headboard
S with lights, mirror
S storage, two
nightstands. Top stor-
age cabinets triple
dresser $675 276- 3736
South Western 6pc
Bedroom Set $1200
QI.leather couchwith
Autumn $750. Cof-
fee/end tables $350 Call
(904)537-7862
SW Furm TV Armolr
$400. Coffee/end
30able set $350.
couch shelf $200.
small TV stand $175.
deck /chair all obo.
904-537-7862
S Wrought Iron &
S Wood Tables
<1f 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

M6 Machinery
& Tools

LADDERS (2) loft A
frame, 32,36, & 4Oft. like
new $500. 904 779-2464
STUMP GRINDER
for sale or higher.
Call David 219-2089
TOOL & DIE Hand tools.
Like new/Fraction of
cost. 912-882-5545
WOOD WORKING TOOLS
FOR SALE, Table Saw &
Band Saw & more.
M-Thurs 9a-lp. Fri/Sat
& Sun 99p. 291-2597
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
PIANO console, w/bench
like new, recently tuned
$650. Call 860-1676
PIANO console, w/bench
like new, recently tuned
$650. Call 860-1676
Saxophone
S Like new $600
J 407-421-7608

98o Sporting
9 Goods

SCanondale C600
S only rode 3sxPd $800.
Sell $500. OBO
C-4777879/H.-7811704
CROSSBOW MACHINE
new confused 3 times
$350 obo.726-0994/891-0868
Dog Hunters-Buy Sell,
trade Hunting Dogs
Oct 28 & 29
Baker Co. Fairgrounds-
Free Admission
4 Exercise Equip-
ment Olympic style
< weight bench,
includes 350 Ibs
weights w/dumbbells
$200. Stair stepper $50.
Treadmill $75. Must Sell
Mark 904-757 7817
GOLF CART Red, plus
charger, great for kids.

4, DOlf clubs.Ram gold
3pw1.-3-5 woods
bagS80. Dunlop Irons
3- pw $35. 771- 0365
a Moving Must Sell!
4 Welder Exerciser
System. Same as
BoFlex 5 months
old $15Jim
904-779- 0089


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The Westside


Four New Ways to Experience the Best of the Westside


Natures Hideaway


Timothys Landing


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Condominiums from the $.100s
* Gated community with private pool
* Conveniently located on Blanding Blvd. near 1-295 and only 5
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