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Road Work
Be Alert While Driving On Base
Page 4


National Convention
Navy Wives Clubs of America Gather Here
Pages 8-9


Halloween Event
CDC Kids Parade In Costume
Page 12


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2005


UN,


www.jaxairnews.com


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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


Naval Hospital

Corpsman


awarded

Bronze Star

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel
Cruz Bono presented the Bronze
Star to HMCS(SW/FMF) James Perry on
behalf of the president and the secretary
of the Navy in a Hospital Quarters cere-
mony on Oct. 21.
Cruz Bono said of Perry's heroism,
"Senior Chief Perry exemplifies the type of
hero who I am honored to work with
everyday. His actions and his service
*make a difference, not only to the task
force where he served in Afghanistan, but
also to our staff at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. We are fortunate to have a
Sailor of his caliber in our midst."
Perry, who is the leading chief petty officer
at Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Ancillary
Services Department, was cited for his
actions while deployed in Afghanistan from
Jan. 3 to May 1, 2003. Perry has three war
zone deployments to his credit, two in
Afghanistan and one in Iraq.
While in Afghanistan, Perry was the
leading chief petty officer of a task force
conducting operations against Al Qaeda
and Taliban forces.
The hospital corpsman helped plan and
execute several medical civilian action


Spectacular is
From the City
of Jacksonville
Join Naval Station May-
port, the city of Jack-
sonville, Jacksonville
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 military
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
Jacksonville beaches.


N.


Photo by HM I Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Cruz Bono pins the
Bronze Star Medal on HMCS(SW/FMF) James Perry during a ceremony Oct. 21.
program operations, treating more than Perry volunteered for a dangerous mis-
3,500 local village and Afghani military


personnel.


See BRONZE STAR, Page 10


Mayor


launches

'Our Honor,

Your Home'

By ]02(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer
City of Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton and members of the
City Council unveiled a new
campaign to salute residents active in
the armed forces Oct. 25.
Local government and military dig-
nitaries kicked off the campaign,
titled, "Armed Forces Jacksonville:
Our Honor, Your Home," during a
windy and chilly outdoor ceremony on
the south bank of the St. Johns River.
As the Navy Band Southeast made
the familiar rhythms of "Anchors
Aweigh" and the Marine Hymn echo
between tall downtown buildings and
the riverfront, local service members
paraded the colors through the center
aisle. Suddenly, they halted to face
the audience, bearing the flags of the
four branches of the armed services
at attention. In sharp military uni-
forms, military leaders from NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport and attend-
ing service members rendered keen
salutes to the colors. Soon after,
Peyton took to the podium.
"Today we are launching a new
campaign. 'Our Honor, Your Home,' "
Peyton said. "This is really an oppor-
tunity for this city, this government
and our citizens to step back and
appreciate the service members who
are residents of Jacksonville."
The mayor's execution of the new
campaign meant carrying out a prom-
ise he made to formally recognize
Jacksonville's military community.
Peyton said Jacksonville is the pre-


this weekend
Schedule of Events
Tomorrow, 4-10p.m.
Opening Ceremony
Seawalk Pavilion, 4:45 p.m.
United States Marine
Corps Silent Drill Platoon
More information
Navy Band Southeast,
5:30 p.m.
Special Guest Speakers
and Welcome Remarks
Pledge of Allegiance
Parade of Colors, NS
Mayport Color Guard
21-Gun Salute, NS
Mayport Weapons Depart-
ment
Meet the air show per-
formers at the pre-flight
party
Sneakers Sports Grille,
6:30-9 p.m. Jacksonville
Beach


See AIR SHOW, Page 10


Memorandum

of understanding
Navy, City of Jacksonville
partner to curb domestic violence
By Corey Schultz
NAS Jack-or,\ille Publie c f.air,
representatives of the Na3vy and the
city of Jacksonville will sign a
memorandum of understanding
i.MOUi Nov. 9, at Jacksonmille Mayor John
Peyton's office. The historic partnership
will coordinate and improve the response
to domestic violence for Duval County and
the Nav. v
This event is an important milestone in
the Military'Civilian Coordinated Com-
munity Response Demonstration Project
funded by the Office on Violence Against
Women, Department of Justice. It signifies
the beginning of a partnership between
local Navy commands, the city of Jack-
sonville and other civilian agencies. The
outcome will be improved judicial, admin-
istrative and counseling processes so that
military abusers and victims of domestic
violence (on and off base.) receive the
assistance that they need.
Present at the signing will be: Rear
Adm. Annette Brown, commander, Navy
Region Southeast. (CNRSE); Daniel
Kleman, City of Jacksonville chief admin-
istrative officer; Diane Stuart, director,
Office on Violence Against Women,
Department of Justice; Mike Hoskins,
director of Office on Family Policy. Office
of the Secretary of Defense; Connie
Sponsler, training coordinator for the
Battered Women's Justice Project (BWJP);
Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford:


S--e MOU, 'age b


Photo by Loren Barnes
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton makes his opening remarks Oct. 25 during the
unveiling of his new campaign, "Our Honor, Your Home."


miere city for the military and the
city's infrastructure and community
support are an ideal combination to
fulfill the military's needs. According
to Peyton, military officials say
Jacksonville hosts the number one
duty station requested by service
members. "I think that speaks for the


quality of life here. Military members
can enjoy affordable housing and a
city that has a history of appreciating
them," he said. "The airspace, easy
access to the Atlantic Ocean and the
bombing ranges in central Florida fill
See MAYOR, Page 10


TOU HIN|G NMCRS volunteer seminar This training seminar is designed for ombudsmen, members of officer's
TOUCHING wives clubs and enlisted wives clubs, spouses of commanding officers, exec-
B A S E All interested personnel are encouraged to attend a volunteer seminar Nov. utive officers or command master chiefs and any others interested in sup-
8 at 9 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officer's Club. Barbara Sheffer, director of volun- porting the volunteer efforts of the society. Following the event, a free lunch
teer support for the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, will present the semi- will be provided.
nar. Seating is limited, so please RSVP to Diane Bennett at 542-3515 by today.


U.s. Navy Photo
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U.S. Navy Photo
Navy Flight Demonstration Team "The Blue Angels" are per-
forming at this weekend's Sea & Sky Spectacular at
Jacksonville Beach. The show is free to the public.

Jacksonville Sea & Sky


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2 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 3, 2005


FROM THE FLEET



What the heck is readiness?


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
H oo-yah, Warriors!
I'm out on the road
again taking a good
look at the work our Navy
is doing the work you are
doing. I'm proud to say that
I'm seeing great things. You
continue to amaze me with
your creativity, your enthu-
siasm, and your willingness
to get the mission done.
That said, I wanted to
discuss a question I keep
getting when I talk with
many of our junior (and
even some not-so-junior)
personnel. "Fleet, what do
they mean when they keep
talking 'readiness'? Aren't
we ready? Haven't we prov-
en we are?"
The answer to the last
part is: "You bet you are,
and you have." But I under-
stand why a lot of you
aren't clear about readiness.
There are lots of Power
Point slides, graphs, charts
and bean-counter stuff that
talks about it in laborious
detail. But let's give it some
deckplate speak.
Readiness is basically
defined as our Navy being
prepared to meet its mis-
sion. I think I could simply
say a Navy ready for "any
mission, any time" and sum
it up but the formal version


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
of that mission is ... "com-
bat-ready naval forces
capable of winning wars,
deterring aggression, pre-
serving the freedom of the
seas, and promoting peace
and security."
That's a fancy way of say-
ing we take the fight to the
bad guy and clean his clock.
Our Navy has .three areas
defining our state of readi-
ness: combat, building for
the future, and developing
people.
Combat Readiness
First and foremost, our
Navy is a fighting force, a
weapon. And to be effective
that weapon has to be pre-
cise, superior and lethal.
Two keys to readiness are
Sea Power 21 and the Fleet
Response Plan.
In a nutshell, Sea Power
21, the Navy transforma-


tional strategy, outlines our
Navy's powerful warfight-
ing capabilities to ensure
our U.S. forces dominate
wherever we are. This
strengthens America's abil-
ity to assure its friends,
deter its adversaries, and
triumph over enemies -
anywhere, anytime.
Now that is the concept.
For many, the heart of the
matter is the Fleet Re-
sponse Plan (FRP). Still
very new, FRP was set up
to change the way we get
ready for deployments and
then deploy. It maximizes
the Navy's ability to re-
spond to an emergency,
changes the way we main-
tain ships, and keeps us at
a higher state of readiness.
Instead of relying on a
cycle, FRP gives us the
capability of surging carrier
strike groups immediately
when the mission calls,
with additional carrier
strike groups deploying
shortly thereafter.
So being ready lets us
surge faster and gives us a
global military presence
and flexibility to fight any
fight, provide humanitarian
assistance, or whatever the
mission might be.
With FRP, we will get to
the fight faster, keep opera-
tional readiness high, and
rapidly respond to every
call. And our ability to do


this will only increase
through your continued
dedication and ingenuity.
Building for the Future
Now all this FRP and Sea
Power 21 talk is still just
talk if we cannot support it
all. Ships, planes, subs and
shore support have to be
ready to make the opera-
tional concepts of FRP work.
Building the future Navy
requires that we have the
right platforms at the right
bases in the right places
with the right capabilities
at the right price.
Many times this falls into
the economic and political
arenas. It means making
hard choices about which
areas to stay in or leave,
which weapon programs to
fund or cancel. It's compli-
cated and full of sensitivi-
ties.
But in order to keep our
No. 1 status, we have to
build the right fleet, deploy
the right aircraft, and main-
tain the right shore infra-
structure required to sup-
port them. By keeping this
part of the Navy ready, we
have a balanced force that
is rotational, forward de-
ployed, and surge capable.
Developing People
As I mentioned earlier in
this column, you warriors

See READINESS, Page 10


ON THE HOMEFRONT



An excerpt from Sarah's new book


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
This week, my first book, a mem-
oir titled GOING OVERBOARD:
The Misadventures of a Military
Wife, goes on sale where ever books
are sold; Through an arrangement
with my publisher (New American
Library, an imprint of the Penguin
Group) my column today is an
excerpt from the book.
Courtney was the only one I could
call at a time like this, mainly because
she was the only one likely to be up at
midnight, but also because she has a
wonderful way of putting my life into
perspective.
I grabbed the cordless phone and
snuck into the room where I conduct
my most important business: the clos-
et. Courtney answered on the first
ring.
"Courtney, I'm so glad you're awake."
I glanced over my shoulder and closed
the door behind me.
"Sarah? What's wrong? Is anyone
hurt?"
And then-exactly then-the tears
began to flow, reminding me of the way
as a child I could maintain my compo-
sure until the moment I heard my
mother's voice.
"Sarah? Is anyone hurt?" Courtney
asked again.
"Just my pantyhose," I said, sucking
in clumps of air.
"Did you say pantyhose? Sarah,
what's going on?"
I talked between sniffles and sobs: "I
threw...my pantyhose... out the


front...door...and my neighbors saw it
all!"
Theoretically, this is the part where
a best friend is supposed to laugh or
remind you that you really are a beau-
tiful person...on the inside. This is
when it might have been helpful for
someone-someone named Courtney-
to tell me I wasn't crazy, but passion-
ate-clever, even!
But no, Courtney was silent.
I bit my lip and picked at a loose
piece of rubber on the bottom of my
pink bunny slippers.
Then finally Courtney said, "Was
it-control top?"
At first I lied, because, well, no one
wants to admit to heavily stitched
undergarments. "I really can't remem-
ber," I said wiping away tears with the
sleeve of my flannel pajamas, and
then, "Oh, all right! Yes, it was control
top-and all the neighbors saw!"
Courtney was as calm as ever. That's
because (1) I've surprised her too
many times before, and (2) Courtney is
always polite. But eventually she had
to ask: "Sarah, why did you throw your
pantyhose out the front door?"
"Well, it wasn't just the pantyhose," I
said. "I, ah-I kind of threw the entire
basket of laundry."
This was difficult to say aloud, espe-
cially to someone like Courtney, who
keeps copies of Miss Manners on her
bedside table.
"I see," Courtney said. She was tap-
ping her nails on a counter.
It occurred to me that Dustin might
be standing on the other side of the


closet door, so I crawled further into
the dark curtain of shirttails and
dresses and settled behind a white ter-
rycloth robe, hugging my knees to my
chest.
There was a thin, feathery wad of
Kleenex in the pocket of my flannel
pajamas. I took it out to blow my nose,
and when I did, a piece of white pre-
scription paper came out with it.
"Oh, honey, listen to you!" Courtney
cried, but I was already distracted. I
unfolded the prescription and looked
at the signature: Dr. D. Ashley.
"Wait a minute!" she said. "I know
what this is about."
I jammed the paper back into my
pocket, afraid Id been caught. But
Courtney said, "You saw that helicop-
ter crash on TV tonight, didn't you?"
"What helicopter crash?"
"Oh, you didn't see it? Never mind
then."
"Courtney-"
"So!" she said in a phony, upbeat
voice. "What time is the Spouse Club
meeting tomorrow night?"
"Courtney, you can't say 'helicopter
crash' and then change the subject!"
"I don't want to worry you, Sarah. I
mean, you're not in the best mental
state right now."
I held the ball of tissue to my nose.
"Just tell me, was it anyone we knew?"
From GOING OVERBOARD: The
Misadventures of a Military Wife,
through arrangement with
Penguin/New American Library.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


HEY, MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan!
I am a chief petty officer
with 23 years in the Navy.
I hear a lot of people talk-
ing about retiring but
everyone I know plans to
work when they leave the
service.
I would like to retire and
not go to work, but I don't
know if I will have enough
money. How do you know
how much you will need?
MoneyMan Sez:
You don't! And that's
what makes it challenging.
But, you should at least
have a clue. If you want to
be financially successful,
you have to think about a
few.things and plan ahead.
You should know where
you are, exactly where you
want to go and learn what's
required to get there. Here
are four steps you may
want to try from the book,
The Success Principles."
First, determine your net
worth. Your net worth is
the value of what you have,


-minus what you owe.
Second, determine what
you need to retire. It has
been estimated that for
every $1,000 per month in
income you need, you will
need $250,000 in savings
when you retire.
Third, become aware of
your spending. Look at
your normal monthly
expenses. Add them up.
Then, for one month, keep a
record of everything you
spend. You will be shocked
to see what you spend each
month without really know-
ing it.
Finally, become financial-
ly literate. Get interested.
Learn about money and
investing. One way to do it
is to read at least one good
financial book every month
for a year.
Alan Greenspan, the
Chairman of the Federal
Reserve Board stated, "The
number one problem in
today's generation and
economy is the lack of


financial literacy." Don't
want to read a financial
book every month? Then
don't do it. But read at
least one. The more you


know, the better prepared
you will be when retire-
ment time comes.
More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


sf,~ ,C~4~


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


IT3 NICHOLRS EBERTS

Job title/command:
HS-5 "Nightdippers"


/ "Hometown: Queens, N.Y.


Family Life: Single

r Past Duty Stations: Pascagoula, Miss.

Career Plans: To obtain a bachelor's degree
in computer science.

Most Interesting Experience: My last
cruise with the Navy to South America.

Words of Wisdom: Keep your head down
and keep working.





SELEN MINOR

Job title/command:
Educational Technician, Child
Development Center

\ Hometown: Manila,
Philippines


Family Life: I've been married to my hus-
band, Brigido, for 30 years. We have a son,
i Philip.

Past Duty Stations: Taipe, Taiwan; Agana,
Guam; Newport, R.I.; Norfolk, Va.; Naples and
La Maddalena, Italy; and NAS Cecil Field.

Career Plans: To pursue a doctorate of phi-
losophy in education degree after earning my
master's degree of education from the.
University of Phoenix in a few months.

Most Interesting Experience: My won-
derful husband driving me to school every day
for the past 12 years. Thank you honey!

Words of Wisdom: The impossible will be
possible, the unreachable will be reachable,
when there is faith, courage and love.



USO offers Jaguars tickets
From the USO
The USO sells tickets to every Jaguars home game
(including pre-season) for $8 per ticket.

The following is the upcoming season schedule:
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs. Colts, tickets on sale at USO
Nov. 28.
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs. 49ers, tickets on sale at USO
Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags vs. Titans, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 19.
For more information, call Sonya at 778-2821.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer r apt 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
StaffWriter |02(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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Drivers pay attention!


Utility repairs will affect base traffic next week

From Public Works Center be detoured to Braun through the adjacent park- struction will be accessible. Work to be completed: All fic on Ballard Street will be
Jacksonville Avenue or Miles Street. ing lot (next to Buildings Note: This work will be prescribed activities in routed through the parking
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Insituform Technologies,
Inc., is currently sched-
uled to begin work on a
utility repair project
Sunday. Expected project
duration will be approxi-
mately six days and should
end on Nov. 11.
The project will affect dif-
ferent areas of the base on
different dates. Work will
be completed according to
the schedule below (times
are approximate):
Nov. 6,7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Work to be completed: All
prescribed activities in
vicinity of Building 2080
(Naval Hospital).
Roads affected: Broccolo
Street Through traffic will


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Each year in October,
different organiza-
tions throughout the
United States recognize
Red Ribbon week in an
effort to get the word out
about the dangers of drug
abuse.
Last week, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Wellness Center Tobacco
Program Manager Danny
Woodard set up booths at
.various commands to
remind peo-ple of how
harmful using drugs, alco-
hol and tobacco can be.
"This is something we do
every year. It's more preva-
lent out in the school sys-
tem but the Navy highly
supports Red Ribbon Week
so that's why I'm out here
promoting this event," said
Woodard as he chatted with
visitors at the NAS Jax
Navy Exchange complex
Oct. 26.
"I'm talking to people
about everything from nico-
tine and smoking cessation
to OxyContin drug abuse,
club drugs and ecstasy,
GHB, alcohol abuse -
everything. I'm out here
offering educational infor-
mation to active duty mem-
bers, family members,
retirees and base civilian
employees," he continued.
Woodard also handed out
free samples of tobacco sub-
stitutions. "Tobacco nico-
tine/sugar-free products the
Navy now purchases are
just some of the products
we offer through our smok-
ing and chewing cessation
classes. It's clinically
proven to help along with
nicotine replacement prod-
ucts," he continued. "We
just have a little bit of
everything here."
"I really would like to
quit smoking. It's a bad
habit and I know I need to
so I can be around to see
my little girl grow up. I've
been trying to encourage
the other smokers in my
family to quit as well," said
Misty Papp, who stopped by
the booth at the Navy
Exchange with her father,
Dan Gagnon and daughter,
Destany.
Red Ribbon Week was
officially started by the
National Family Partner-


Access to hospital employee
parking lot (on the west side
of the hospital) will not be
affected.
Facilities affected: Naval
Hospital Jacksonville -
Access to the hospital galley
loading dock will be affected
during construction. Build-
ing H2090 will be accessible
via Braun Avenue.
Note: This work will be
completed on a day work
schedule.
Nov. 7-8,7 p.m.-7 a.m.
Work to be completed: All
prescribed activities in
vicinity of Building 168A
(NAVAIR).
Roads affected: Albe-
marle Avenue Through
traffic will be detoured


U102, 104, and 86).
Facilities affected: None.
All facilities in area of con-
struction will be accessible.
Note: This work will be
completed on an overnight
work schedule.
Nov. 8-9,7 p.m. -7 a.m.
Work to be completed: All
prescribed activities in
vicinity of Building 168
(NAVAIR).
Roads affected: Essex
Avenue (road/parking area)
between Hangars 115 and
116 and Building 168.
Parking spaces adjacent to
the north side of Building
168 will be coned off during
construction.
Facilities affected: None.
All facilities in area of con-


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center Tobacco Program
Manager Danny Woodard gives some informational pam-
phlets about the hazards of smoking to AD1 (AW) Paul Waller
of the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit in
front of the Navy Exchange Oct. 26 during last week's Red
Ribbon Week Campaign.


ship in 1988 to not only
educate the public about
the dangers of drug abuse,
but to remember Drug
Enforcement Agent Enri-
que "Kiki" Camarena.
Camarena, who grew up
in a poor neighborhood,
worked his way through
college, served in the
Marines and became a
police officer. Afterwards,
he joined the U.S. Drug
Enforcement Admini-stra-
tion (DEA) to 'make a dif-
ference' in the war on
drugs.
The DEA sent Camarena
to work undercover in
Mexico to investigate a
major drug cartel believed
to include officers in the
Mexican army, police force
and government.
On Feb. 7, 1985, the 37-
year-old Camarena left his
office to meet his wife for
lunch. Five men appeared
at the agent's side and
shoved him into a car. One
month later, Camarena's
body was found in a shal-
low grave. He had been tor-
tured to death.
In honor of Camarena's
memory and his battle
against illegal drugs,
friends and neighbors
began to wear red badges of
satin.
Parents, sick of the
destruction of alcohol and
other drugs, began forming
coalitions. Some of these
new coalitions ,took
Camarena as their model
and embraced his belief
that one person can make a


difference.
These coalitions also
adopted the symbol of
Camarena's memory, the
red ribbon. Today, organiza-
tions throughout the coun-
try recognize Red Ribbon
Week each October.
For more information on
classes offered through the
Wellness Center, call 542-
5292.


completed on an overnight
work schedule.
Nov. 9-10,7 p.m.- 4:30
a.m.
Work to be completed: All
prescribed activities in
vicinity of Building 160
(ServMart).
Roads affected: Yorktown
Avenue (between Langley
Avenue and Ranger Street).
One eastbound lane of
Yorktown Avenue (adjacent
to the curb) will be closed
during construction.
Facilities affected: None.
All facilities in area of con-
struction will be accessible.
Note: This work will be
completed on an overnight
work schedule.
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Reserve) and 902 (PWC
JAX/EFASE).
Roads affected: Yorktown
Avenue (between Ajax
Street and Ballard Street).
One eastbound lane of
Yorktown Avenue (adjacent
to the curb) will be closed
during construction. Ballard
Street (between Saratoga
Avenue and Yorktown
Avenue).
Ballard Street will be
closed to traffic directly in
front of Building 902 (Public
Works Center/EFA South-
east). No turns will be per-
mitted from Yorktown
Avenue to Ballard Street.
Through northbound traf-


tUb UoetweenUI uDing llt U/
and Building 960 (Family
Housing Office).
Facilities affected: None.
All facilities in area of con-
struction will be accessible,
but anyone accessing
Building 902 will have to
use the parking lot on the
south side of the building. .
Note: This work will be
completed on an overnight
work schedule. Nov. 11 is
the Veterans' Day holiday.
Traffic impact will be mini-
mal in case work extends
beyond expected work
hours.
For more information, call
Ensign Andrew Hayes at
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Photo by PH3 Randall Damm
(Above) An S-3B Viking, assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-24, lands on the flight deck aboard the
Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Oct. 13.

(Above right) A troubleshooter watches as an S-3B Viking, assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-24,
prepares for launch Oct. 15 from the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Roosevelt and embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight (CVW-8) are
currently underway on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of the global war
on terrorism.


FFSC offers
educational and
support programs

From Staff
The NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in November:
Nov. 14-16, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (sepa-
rating)
Nov. 15, 1-4 p.m. Stress
Management Workshop
Nov. 21, 12:30-3 p.m. -
Car Buying Workshop
Nov. 22, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 7:30 a.m.
- 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (retir-
ing)
For further information
or to register, call 542-
2766, Ext. 127.

Annual flu shot
schedule on hold

From Naval Hospital
Public Affairs
The 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. There-
fore, the inoculation
schedule announced ear-
lier in Jax-Air News is
invalid pending a firm
date of arrival for the
vaccine.
When dates are con-
firmed a revised sched-
ule for inoculations for
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville TRICARE Prime
and Plus patients will be
announced.
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville will not provide
the flu vaccine to TRI-
CARE Standard benefi-
ciaries.
Those beneficiaries
should contact their
civilian doctor or local
health department. We
regret any inconven-
ience this delay causes
our beneficiaries.


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VOLUNTEER IN THE SPOTLIGHT


'This is a great way to spend your time'
By Kaylee LaRocque band retired from the Navy so I know the
Staff Writer community and enjoy being around mili-
tary members."

R ed Cross Volunteer Iris Nelson has To become a Red Cross volunteer,
been donating her time helping out Nelson earned her Red Cross certification.


When Miriam Brooks heard
about everything her friend
experienced working as a
Navy Woman Accepted for Volunteer
Emergency Service (WAVE), she knew
she had to serve, too. Brooks promptly
enlisted as a WAVE and was ordered
to report to NAS Jacksonville from
1943-45.
Brooks, 85, returned to NAS Jax
Oct. 25 to reminisce about her days in
the Navy during World War II.
Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Robert Buehn, a friend of
Brooks, escorted her as she looked
around the base 60 years after she
left it.
Beginning in 1943 as a petty officer
third class, she lived and worked near
the base theater. She was stationed at
the Jacksonville Naval Technical
Training School, but the abilities the
Navy sought from her weren't technical.
Putting her bachelor's degree in
recreation from UCLA to use for the
Navy, she helped boost and maintain
morale. She was a part of what would
eventually be named the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department.
Her creativity and ideas for deco-
rating and the management of leisure
activities were coveted. Spare time
well-spent helped Sailors and WAVES
perform optimally in their duties.


L %;the Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Outpatient Pharmacy for the past three
and a half years. "I really enjoy being with
people so I donate my time and energy by
helping out wherever I can," said Nelson,
who spends four hours each week at the
pharmacy. "I also volunteer when the other
volunteers can't come in."
Nelson, who really enjoys volunteering,
says she spends her time here because she
wants to help others. "By becoming a Red
Cross volunteer, I get to give something
back and help where I am needed. My hus-


Photo by ]O2(SW) Bill Lamed
NAS Jax Base Historian Ron Williamson
greets Miriam Brooks, 85, inside
Building 1. Brooks served as a Woman
Accepted for Volunteer Emergency
Service (WAVE) during World War II
aboard NAS Jacksonville. She perused a
scrapbook with news clips during the
time she worked as a WAVE, bringing
back memories.
In an art shop behind the base the-
ater, she designed decorations for par-
ties and formal dances. She coordi-
nated times so that women from the
USO could visit and meet Sailors
aboard NAS Jacksonville. Some cou-
ples eventually married. Besides art
and matchmaking, Brooks knew how
to help women maintain good health.
She made sure each woman had a
way of ensuring physical fitness. "I
was told to figure out all the ways the
WAVES could exercise, and arrange
it. I didn't agree with the idea of forc-


To qualify to work with the Red Cross at
the hospital, all applicants have to put in
an application, attend an orientation class
and take a CPR class. Volunteers work in
all areas of the hospital.
In the future, Nelson plans to continue
helping out at the pharmacy. "This is a
great way to spend your time. It you are
looking for a little time away from your
normal activities, this is it!" she said
enthusiastically.
For information on volunteering, call the
hospital Red Cross Office at 542-7525.


bers NAS Jax
ing everyone to participate in sports
they disliked. Eventually I convinced
my superiors to let the women choose
their favorite sport and sign up for it.
Brooks needed leisure time, too. To
leave work behind, or for the holidays,
Brooks would travel six days by train
to visit her family in Pasadena, Calif.
One year, when she didn't travel to
the West Coast, a local family let her
stay at their home for the holidays.
"We were limited to traveling only 50
miles away from the base while on
liberty. One weekend, I escaped down
to St. Petersburg," she said, smiling
mischievously,
Swimming is an activity Brooks has
enjoyed since her.Navy days, especial-
ly competitions. In fact, in 2003, she
was presented a lifetime achievement
award for synchronized swimming.
Still agile at 85, she can walk briskly
when she wants to, thanks to the
strength and conditioning of the
water sport.
Brooks' energy and enthusiasm, as
well as her. combined love for friends,
family and the Navy reveal no signs
of slowing down.
Former President Frank-lin D.
Roosevelt enacted legislation allowing
women to work as WAVES with a
swipe of his pen on July 30, 1942. The
bill, titled the "Navy Women's Reserve
Act" preceded legislation in 1956, pro-
claiming women as part of the active
duty U.S. Navy.


MOU: Navy/Jacksonville partner to help decrease domestic violence


From Page 1


Ellen Siler, director of Hubbard
House; Harry Shorestein, state attor-
ney; and representatives from Naval
Criminal Investigative Services,
Clerk of the Court and Salvation
Army Probation Services.
The MOU will enable military and
civilians to share resources and infor-
mation in the fight against domestic
violence.. NAS Jacksonville and NS
Mayport will have concurrent jurisdic-
tion with Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
(JSO) for investigation of on base
domestic violence incidents, enabling
the victims and offenders to benefit
from civilian authorities' special
expertise and training. JSO will
ensure that all arrest reports involving
off base Navy personnel will be sent to
the Navy for follow up services.
"That's a big one," said Sandra
Jones, Southeast Region Counseling
and Advocacy coordinator at CNRSE.
The civilian community will benefit


as well. An implementation grant is
being sought from the Department of
Justice's (DOJ) Office of Violence
against Women to provide for a mili-
tary-civilian liaison in the Clerk of
the Court's office. This victim advo-
cate will assist military family mem-
bers using the courts system. Two
more victim advocates will be con-
tracted through Hubbard House.
The civilian probation department
will work more closely with the Navy,
interacting with offenders' chains of
command to ensure improved offend-
er accountability. This interaction
may prevent offenders violating their
probation and subsequently being
issued a warrant for arrest.
One improvement has already been
implemented. Previously, there was a
lag time of three weeks between an
offender violating misdemeanor pro-
bation and JSO officers receiving
notification. However, reorganizing
the way paperwork is transmitted to
JSO eliminated the time lag.


The Navy is creating a comprehen-
sive brochure to ensure that victims
have complete information on the
services offered them by both civilian
and military communities. This
brochure will be made available on
base and in the county clerk's office
through a grant from the Office of
Violence against Women, to the BWJP.
Navy victim advocates will review
the reports of spouse/partner abuse
on a daily basis to ensure that servic-
es are offered proactively, preventing
victims from missing out on available
services due to lack of knowledge.
The project has been over a year in
the making. Brown, a member of the
Department of Defense Task Force for
Domestic Violence, expressed an
interest in the project when
approached by DOJ. The BWJP was
chosen to be the facilitator of the
Coordinated Community Response
Project in Jacksonville. Sponsler then


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The "Nightdippers" of
HS-5 are currently
deployed aboard USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN 69), supporting deck
certification and carrier
qualification operations in
the Atlantic. These evolu-
tions are critical for main-
taining proper fleet readi-
ness.
The Nightdippers provide
vital helicopter search and
rescue coverage to the car-
rier group and its Sailors
during the ongoing opera-
tions.
While on board the Eisen-
hower, HS-5 has also com-
pleted armed carrier pro-
tection missions, as well as
personnel transport and
logistic flights.
Additionally, the squad-
ron plans to maintain its
antisubmarine warfare cur-
rency through continued
training exercises during
the detachment. It is
through such at sea exercis-
es that the squadron mem-


bers prepare for their
upcoming deployment cycle,
utilizing this time to prac-
tice squadron tactics as
well as hone integration
skills with the other carrier
assets.
Although most HS-5 per-
sonnel are well acquainted
with carrier life, a few jun-
ior members found them-
selves on board a carrier for
the first time.
For these Sailors, the
grey hull of the Eisenhower
holds a mysterious laby-
rinth of frame numbers,
floors, and hatches.
YNSN Anthony Sortino
noted that the carrier was a
"new experience consisting
of loud noises and confu-
sion," a feeling undoubtedly
held by many Sailors dur-
ing their first days spent at
sea.
As HS-5's detachment
aboard the Eisenhower con-
tinues, .the Nightdippers
will maintain an active
presence, expertly provid-
ing safety and security for
the carrier as well as its
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New requirements for unofficial

foreign visitors at NAS Jax
By Noemi Verdecias
NAS Security Manager
N AS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dodson has revised the requirement for unofficial
foreign visitors at NAS Jacksonville. The following
change was made to the NAVJAXINST 5510.3A Sept. 19:
"The Coummanding Officer equates unofficial visits by
foreign nationals to courtesy calls and/or general visit-
ing. Unofficial visits by foreign nationals are at the dis-
cretion of the station Commanding Officer, and policy is
subject to change due to force protection conditions and
local security environment. Approval of such requests is
subject to the following procedures:
Any active duty/retired U.S. military personnel or U.S.
Department of Defense employees, who have been issued
a government ID card may escort up to five foreign
nationals at one time on board the station between the
hours of 7 a.m. midnight seven days a week. Visitors
must be escorted off the base promptly at the designated
hours. Groups of six or more must be staffed/approved
by the station command security manager one week in
advance of the visit.
Entry to the station gate sentry will require valid
sponsor's military identification, (only official sponsors
may escort foreign nationals aboard the station, not
dependents), along with photo identification, passport or
official identification of the foreign national visitors(s).
Sponsors must, remain with the foreign national visi-
torsis) at all times.
Foreign nationals who remain overnight in govern-
ment quarters must comply with local housing directives
and obtain approval from the command security manag-
er one week before the visit.
Foreign nationals are authorized limited access to
command areas such as Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department facilities, food court, family housing, etc.
You can obtain a copy if the NAVJAXSINST 5510.30A
by going to www.navjaxs.navy.mil select "security" for
more information. For more information, call 542-3954.


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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 3, 2005 7


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


By Chaplain (Lt.) Jose
Molina
The daring exploits of
our courageous astro-
nauts of the 1960's is
the stuff of which legends
are made of.
Not only did they have
"the right stuff," but, they
also had the right equip-
ment and data support that
made ultimate success pos-
sible. As you know, comput-
ers were absolutely essen-
tial to the success and ulti-
mate survival of our astro-
nauts. A little ingenuity
and sporadic flashes of
inspiration were also key
elements.
Whether you saw the
movie or not, I'm sure that
you are familiar with the
near fatal mission of Apollo
13. Apollo 13's mission was
aborted because the space-
ship became crippled in
space. The story goes that
a computer spent 84 min-
utes discovering and cor-
recting the problem of how
to get the crew safely back
to earth.
What the computer calcu-
lated in 84 minutes, would
have taken a man with
pencil and paper many
years to solve. Such were
the difficulties of the calcu-
lations.
Overall, computers and
the information they pro-
cess have indeed become an
indispensable part of life.
The quality of the informa-
tion computers provide
must be reliable, accurate
and many times indis-
putable.
The extent of a comput-
er's dependability will
either be enhanced or hin-


Chaplain (I
dered by th
data that is
its memory.
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garbage. T
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need reliable
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MOU: Navy/Jacksonville work to end domestic violence
From Page 6 Hubbard House- studied the current
intervention response on-base and in
met with representatives of 10 agencies Jacksonville to identify gaps in service
from the City of Jacksonville and the Navy delivery and coordination of the interven-
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group -assisted by the BWJP and the mendations for improvement of the
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Garbage Out
morals and sense of spiritu-
ality. As we choose good,
sound data we will be able
to fulfill the functions for
which we were created. We
w will live with a sense of
purpose.
is Now, when that purpose
Sis not fulfilled there is a
malfunction. We will start
to experience the GIGO
l effect. Computers can mal-
function and so can we.
Are you with me so far?
.t.) jose Molina Like computers we will
e quality of the only be as smart and as
s inputted into effective as the "program or
If you feed it data" I choose to input.
will give you However, the difference
therefore, Gar- between a computer and us
Garbage Out is one of choice. We possess
et it?). the privilege of picking our
the slang used program, our data source.
a computer that The data we choose will
)ut bad or mis- become the source for prop-
irmation. That er decision-making. Choos-
e fed bad data ing good, reliable data is a
nto its memory continuous process in life.
gently, the ma-
back inaccurate Well, here is my sugges-
(garbage). tion. If the all-knowing
ugh of this gar- God, the source of all the
nk you get the data in the entire universal
computer bank, can become
puters, we all our personal data source,
e data for deter- then the human spirit will
)od direction. have an enormous capacity
re computers for brilliance.
ion to our cul- God's input will "stay
anity was "de- put." I will have data that
tceive good data possesses eternal and posi-
then create the tive consequences.
lives.bundantly good Input! Input! We all need
e that the basic good input. Without good
11 there. We still input there is bad output
hearts to receive (GIGO).
the truth. In "Without the assistance
)f us lays the of the Divine Being ... I
deciding the cannot succeed. With that
ie data that will assistance, I cannot fail."
our lifestyle, Abraham Lincoln


At.the end of theday,

what will you hl.ang on to?







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Winnie Rednour, newly elected national president of the
Navy Wives Clubs of America, bows her head in prayer
during her induction into the new office Oct. 27.


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obibaile (right) of
ay Wives Clubs of
America (NWCA) Daughters
of Dixie No. 300 escorts NWCA Past President Helen Davis
of NWCA Memphis No. 119, to her table during a luncheon
honoring the club's past presidents.


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PHI (AW) Toiete Jackson, leading petty officer at Regional Visual Information Support Center, explains to the Navy
Wives Clubs of America membership how to take good photographs during a luncheon Oct. 25.



NAS Jax hosts Navy Wives convention


Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment) Bj
Penn speaks to Navy Wives Clubs of America members, spouses and
guests at the officer installation dinner Oct. 27 at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club.


By101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
c iw'he Navy Wives Clubs of
America (NWCA) Jax
6 #86 hosted the 67th
annual NWCA National
Convention at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club from
Oct. 23-28. The convention, which
was themed "A Salute to Our
Heroes," played host to more than
120 delegates from NWCA
branches all over the world and
featured a myriad of events that
kept them busy throughout the
week.
The convention began on a
somber note Oct. 23 with a
memorial service at All Saints
Chapel in remembrance of the
NWCA members and spouses


Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment) BJ Penn
(center) dances with a Polynesian dance group during the officer installa-
tion dinner at the NAS Jax Officers' Club Oct. 27. The theme of the dinner
was Hawaiian Night.


who passed away within the last
year. The service featured a cere-
mony in which a member from


each NWCA placed a rose in a
vase in remembrance of their lost
loved one. NWCA Jax No. 86


Corresponding Secretary
Pearldean Aran explained that
it's important for the NWCA
members to honor their past
before they can plan for the
future.
"This is one of the most impor-
tant traditions we have at the
NWCA," Aran said. "We need to
take the time to honor our past
members before we can move for-
ward as an organization."
The convention's festivities
began later that evening with the
official opening dinner at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club.
NWCA Convention Chairman
Amy Johnson, president of
NWCA Jax #86 officially kicked
off the convention during which
she took the opportunity to honor
her fellow members.


"I want to thank all of you, not
just for coming here tonight, but
for supporting our organization
for so long," Johnson stated.
"You are the reason this organi-
zation has thrived for so long and
will continue to support Navy
spouses for years to come."
The NWCA celebrated another
time-honored tradition Oct. 25
when each branch presented its
2005 history book to the conven-
tion delegates.
The NWCA bylaws require each
branch to put together a history
book every year.
Delegates from each branch
then bring their history books to
the convention to be displayed.

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Outgoing Navy Wives Clubs of America (NWCA) National President Denise Johnson speaks during the
NWCA Officer Installation Dinner Oct. 27 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.


Navy Wives Clubs of America (NWCA) Eastern Region President Kathy Cayton
(left) and NWCA National President Denise Johnson stand in front of a quilt creat-
ed by Cayton. The quilt, which adorned the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club during
the 2005 National NWCA Convention, represents the enlisted paygrades that
Cayton's husband held during his Navy career.


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet, JO1
J02(SW) Bill Lamed and PH3


Navy Wives Clubs of America National Historian Claire Stacy, left, explains the judging guidelines of
clubs' history books to Regional Visual Information Support Center Leading Petty Officer PH1(AW) Members, spouses and guests of the Navy Wives Clubs of America (NWCA) enjoy
Toiete Jackson. Jackson was chosen as one of three judges because of her photographic expertise. their meal at the NWCA National Convention opening dinner Oct. 23.


Bea Schofield, a member of the Navy Wives Clubs of America jax No. 86, looks at
club members brought from around the nation of the Sailors in their lives.


the pictures


NWCA: Conventioners converge on NAS Jacksonville
From Page 8 was finally time to get down to business Oct. 28 as the
delegates gathered to review the club's bylaws and swear
NWCA National Historian Claire Stacey says the histo- in the NWCA's new officers. After carefully scrutinizing
ry books play an integral role in preserving the club's her- every bylaw on the books, the delegates elected not to
itage. "Our history books are important because they con- make changes to their already well-refined bylaws. The
tain our club's history and organization chronology. If we delegates then comenced with the swearing in of their
lose this history, we are no more. Our history goes back 70 new national officers who were elected during regional
years and will continue to go on forever," Stacey declared, elections a few weeks ago. The NWCA's new national offi-
Convention participants also explored the history of cers are as follows: President Winnie Rednour,
North Florida during planned trips to historical St. Parliamentarian Amy Johnson, Treasurer Geri Bergh
Augustine, Cape Canaveral and the EPCOT Center in and Scholarship Director Shelia Olson.
Orlando Oct. 26 before attending a Hawaiian Night Rednour was excited about being elected president and
Dinner at the NAS Jax Officers' Club to honor NWCA is looking forward to the coming year. "I'm really nervous
National President Denise Johnson. and excited, but I'm ready to face whatever challenges lay
"The Navy Wives Club has always been about helping ahead," she said enthusiastically.
others," Johnson stated. "Being president of this fine Outgoing NWCA National President Denise Johnson
organization is something that I will always look back on was pleased with the outcome of the convention and
with pride and fondness. This club is not about fun and appreciated the accommodations NAS Jacksonville pro-
social gatherings, it's about service. Service to our fami- vided the club.
lies, our communities and our Navy." "This convention was a complete success," exclaimed
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Johnson. "We couldn't have been more pleased with the
Environment) BJ Penn was the guest speaker for the warm welcome we received from NAS Jax. We'd especially
event, which featured fun, food and dancing. "The Navy is like to thank NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
a family," Penn said. "The Navy Wives Club supports our Dobson for allowing us to come here and NWCA Jax No.
Navy family 110 percent both at home and at the tip of 86 for doing such a great job coordinating the event."
the spear. As an organization, they have supported the NWCA is the country's only national federation of Navy
victims of Hurricane Katrina and the USO among others. spouses. NWCA was chartered in 1936 with a federal
This organization epitomizes the true meaning of family." charter being granted in 1984. It is represented on the
After nearly a week of trips, dinners and gatherings, it Navy Wifeline Association Advisory Board and is a mem-


Navy Wives Clubs of America (NWCA) National President Denise Johnson places a red
rose in the memorial vase in honor of all the service members who have given their
lives for this country during a NWCA memorial service at the chapel Oct. 23. The serv-
ice was held in remembrance of the NWCA members and spouses who passed away
during the year.


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Wives of Sailors presented a wide variety of pictures of their
husbands over the years. One woman sewed a quilt adorned
with all of her husband's awards, promotions and command
patches, from seaman recruit to master chief.
ber of the Navy/Marine Corps Council. Composed of 13
Navy oriented volunteer organizations, the council is dedi-
cated to improving life in the naval services. The mission
of the NWCA is to promote a friendly, sympathetic rela-
tionship among the spouses of enlisted personnel and
extend relief assistance to families of the Navy, Marine
Corps and Coast Guard personnel in need. To learn more
about the NWCA, visit their Web site at www.navywives
clubsofamerica.org.


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MAYOR: New

campaign

honors

military and

ties to City of

Jacksonville
From Page 1
the military's requirements. When
you combine all of these things, I
think it's a great city for the mili-
tary."
Peyton also spoke of participating
businesses that will honor the armed
services with special discounts on
products and services.
The businesses will be listed on the
city's Web site for the campaign,
www.ourhonor-yourhome.com. In
addition, the site includes facts
about military members and the his-
tory of the city's military presence.
Peyton then introduced City
Council President Kevin Hyde, who
immediately praised NAS Jackson-
ville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson for helping to crystallize
Jacksonville's recently enacted law
*:regarding military personnel and the
use of payday loans.
"The City of Jacksonville produced
this new law largely as a result of
-Dobson testifying before numerous
_committees at the Jacksonville City
Council and explaining the need for
it. The enactment of this new law is
,the city's tangible way of showing
;- support for the military," said Hyde.
Following Hyde at the podium was
keynote speaker Capt. (Dr.) Raquel
"tXruz Bono, commanding officer of
Naval Hospital Jacksonville, who rel-


Photo byJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
A color guard with Marines, Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen marches past the audi-
ence at the beginning of the ceremony Oct. 25.


ished the warm welcome she
received after recently relocating to
the First Coast with her family.
Cruz Bono applauded the 349,000
community service hours Sailors
gave to Jacksonville and Kings Bay,
Ga., communities in 2004. "Their
efforts included home-building, feed-
ing the homeless and tree planting.
"I'm proud to say Naval Hospital
Jacksonville volunteers accounted
for nearly 17,000 of those hours,"
she stated. "In 2004, a total of 8,500


Sailors from NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.,
volunteered in their communities.
"Your support, your appreciation
and your inclusion of us in your
communities not only makes our
lives better, but allows us to perform
at the highest level possible to
defend and serve America," she con-
cluded.
To learn more about the mayor's
campaign, visit www.ourhonor-
yourhome.com.


READINESS: We all

need to do our part and lead'
From Page 2
are doing the heavy lifting. And you are doing it very
well. Your success is our success, and the men andwomen
of the U.S. Navy active, reserve, civilian and our fami-
lies are the lifeblood and the heart of the service.
But you can't succeed against the challenges of the
future if we don't give you the training and tools to be
ready. We must develop our people.
So this means we have to get people with the right
skills to the right place at the right time, and provide
them the personal and professional tools they need to be
successful.
So how do we do that? Well, there's lots of fancy pro-
gram titles, systems, and tasks forces out there working
this, but let's boil some of it down.
Primarily, the Navy uses the Strategy for Our People
to achieve a trained and capable workforce that match-
es joint and Navy missions, deliver an integrated
approach to career management, and provide a more
proficient and better-educated force.
In the future it will be delivered under an engine called
Sea Warrior. This will comprise the training, education,
and career-management programs for our Sailors.
To use Sea Warrior programs, you need Navy
Knowledge Online. As it improves, NKO will have the
working 5 Vector Model and the Job Advertising and
Selection Service Career Management System available
to us all. When completed, Sea Warrior will be another
tool for our leadership toolbox.
We all need to do our part and lead to make our Navy
even more ready. We simply can't just be ready when
our nation needs us; we need to live my mantra of any
mission, any time! And you are making the difference
and leaving a mark in history.
The Navy is making huge efforts to reinvent itself to
take better care of its people and their families, give the
taxpayers more fighting force for their money, and pro-
vide our country, and the world, peace and security. I
think that when you look at all the changes from this
perspective, you can't help but have a little more insight
to what being ready means.


BRONZE STAR: Awardee saw perilous action overseas


From Page 1
.sion providing medical coverage dur-
ing a task force operation to secure
and search numerous caves suspected
Qf containing Al Qaeda chemical and
"biological weapons.
Traveling on vehicles and on foot,
Perry and his team passed through
heavily mined areas. He personally


flew on eight combat medical evacua-
tion flights to transport wounded or
injured members of the task force to
medical care, as well as assisting in
the recovery of six deceased service
members in hostile territory.
Slightly embarrassed by all the
attention, Perry said modestly, "I don't
feel that I deserve all this. I was just
doing my job. There are so many young


hospital corpsmen that have done far
more than I have and have gotten far
less." He said his time in Afghanistan
was "the experience of a lifetime,
something I'll never do again."
Perry is a native of Dothan, Ala. He
and his wife, Michelle, have three
children, Tyler, 14, Madison, 11 and
Matthew, 4. They reside in Green
Cove Springs.


AIR SHOW: Sea & Sky Spectacular schedule

for weekend shows plenty to see and do


From Page 1
Come meet your favorite Jacksonville
Sea & Sky Spectacular performers featured
throughout the weekend and get their
autographs! Free and open to the public.
Free showing of blockbuster movie "Top
Gun" Seawalk Pavilion, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday,
10 a.m. 4p.m.
Klif4Kids 5KRun
A portion of proceeds to benefit Dreams
Come True
Jacksonville Beach running south of
the lifeguard station
One Mile Fun Run, 4:30 p.m.
5K Run, 5 p.m.
Registration & Refreshments
Participants can register on-site
beginning Nov. 4 or pre-register at
www. lstplacesports.com.
Sky Show, 11 a.m. 4p.m.
The incredible sky show will feature the
U.S. Navy Blue Angels and many more mil-
itary and civilian aerobatic performers.
Sea Show, 12:20p.m.
Don't miss the awe-inspiring amphibious
landing as amphibious assault vehicles
storm the beach. This experience is one
that you won't want to miss.


Jacksonville Sea & Sky Spectacular
Street Festival
(First Street from First Avenue North
to Sixth Avenue North)
There is plenty to do while the perform-
ers are in the air. Ground activities include
static displays, interactive games, simula-
tors, children's activities, arts and crafts,
food, beverages and much more!
Kiddy HIawk Kids Area
Featuring make and take visors, wing
pins and t-shirt designs, quad power jump,
Sponge Bob bean bag toss, interactive
games, temporary tattoos, face painting,
personalized dog tags and sailor hats, do-
it-yourself gliders and much more!
Pick up a complimentary child ID kit to
take home or fill out an ID band for your
child to wear during the event compliments
of the City of Jacksonville and the
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department.
This booth will also serve as a lost and found
for both personal items and individuals.
Meet the Performers at Aviation Alley
On Saturday and Sunday from 11:30
a.m. 3:30 p.m., pilots and performers will
take time to meet and sign autographs for
air show fans. This is a great opportunity
to meet the men and women behind these
incredible machines.


College Transfer Fair coming in November


From the Navy
College Office
re you working on
your associate of
S, arts degree and get-
,ling ready to transfer to
'another Florida institution
.for your bachelor's degree?
Florida Community
.College at Jacksonville is
"ponsoring a College
"Transfer Fair at the follow-
..g locations:
Nov. 8
8:30 -11:30 a.m. North
Campus
1-4 p.m. South Campus
Nov. 9
"8:30 -11:30 a.m. -
'Downtown Campus
1-4 p.m. Deerwood Center


Nov. 10
8:30 -11:30 a.m. Down-
town Campus
You can talk with repre-
sentatives from state and
private universities and
learn how to use FACTS.
org, the state of Florida


advising Web site.
If you have any ques-
tions, please see either Bob
or Opral at the FCCJ office
located within the Navy
College Office in Building
110 or call 771-3979.


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Carrier qualifications for HS-7


Photo by PH3 Ryan O'Connor
Two aviation boatswain's mates position a HH-60H Seahawk helicopter,
assigned to the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7, on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Truman is currently con-
ducting carrier qualifications and sustainment training with embarked
Carrier Air Wing Three (CVW-3) off the U.S. East Coast.


Coastline Community College offers AA degree


From the Navy
College Office
Coastline Community
College's distance
learning program for
military personnel was cre-
ated especially for you!
Coastline's Associate of
Arts (AA) degree, available
in many military occupa-
tional related areas, is
absolutely the most readily
achievable associate degree
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A proud educational part-
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Reserve components of all
the services, Coastline
Community College deliv-
ers distance learning col-
lege credit courses and
occupation related degree


programs to service mem-
bers worldwide.
Our program recognizes
the maximum credit award-
ed for military training and
experience and combines
technology with academi-
cally proven distance learn-
ing methods to deliver col-
lege-credit courses beyond
the traditional classroom.
Courses are delivered via
Internet, CD, independent
study labs and incorporate
text materials, instructor
contact, assignments and
proctored exams.
Why choose Coastline's
Distance Education Milita-
ry Program?
Maximum credit award-
ed for military training and
experience (up to 40 semes-
ter hours including CLEP,
DSSTS, etc.
One of the most readily
achievable AA degree pro-


A local representative is
available at NAS Jackson-
ville Monday/Tuesday 9
a.m. 3 p.m. Drop by and
discuss your rating-related
degree or visit http://mil.
ccc.cccd.edu/navy.htm.
Courses meet the highest
standards for accreditation,
quality, transferability and
value.
Registration for Spring
2006 Session 1 will be open
Nov. 21- Jan. 13.


grams available to service
members.
All degree required and
general education courses
available via distance
learning.
Short (eight-week)
courses offered five times
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Accommodate transfer
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a landing signal Sailor assigned to the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7,
stands by as the pilots of an HH-60H Seahawk go through
pre-flight inspections Oct. 16.


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the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 gives
hand signals to the pilot of a HH-
60H Seahawk during pre-flight
inspections on the flight deck of
the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier
USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75)
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the children of
the NAS Jax
Child
Development
Center as they
parade through
the Navy
Exchange
Friday.


Raggedy Ann seems a little bewildered at all
the excitement.


(At left) A group of preschoolers make their
way through the Navy Exchange as they
parade around the base Friday.


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teacher Marilyn Williams scoots them
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Now open with new pin-
setters, 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
Wednesday for active duty
from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe
rental not included).

For more information
about I.T.T. trips or ticket
prices please call 542-3318.
Jaguar tickets for all
home games are on sale
now (Section 229, $43).
Catch a ride for $10 on the
I.T.T. shuttle.
Mule Day
Saturday
Hitch up the wagon for a
mule parade, events and
shopping.
$23
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 shop-
ping.
$33.25/person

Trips, activities and costs
may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
the Liberty Cove Recrea-
tion Center for more de-
tails, 542-3491.
Texas Hold'em Tourna-
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Every Monday, 7 p.m.
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Pizza & Ping-Pong
Today, 7 p.m.
Liberty Cove
Jaguars vs. Texans Game
Sunday
$5, Sign-up in Liberty Cove
Brad Paisley Concert
Nov. 11
$25, Sign-up in Liberty Cove

For information on book-
ing command or private
functions 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.
Reef & Beef
All you can eat seafood
and beef buffet.
Tomorrow night
Officer's Club
$17 per person
Call 542-3041 for reserva-
tions.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Land of
the Dead (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. -
Madagascar (PG)
Saturday, 7 p .m. The
Perfect Man (PG-13)
Nov. 11, 7 p.m. Cinderella
Man (R)

For more information
about the marina please
call 542-3260.
Skipper "B" Qualification
Sail Class $150
Nov. 11-20
Fourth annual Light Up
Your Boat Contest
Dec. 9, 5 p.m.


Prizes awarded for
"Tackiest Looking Boat"
and "Spirit of the Season"
Every Thursday- free
kayak/canoe rental for
active duty.

Friday night events are
for ages K-17. For more
information on the Youth
Center, call 778-9772.
FFSC and MWR Military
Family Appreciation Carni-
val
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.
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.


Haunted Woods


Members of
Commander,
Helicopter '
Antisubmarine
Wing, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet
placed first with
their jailhouse
theme in the
Haunted Woods
contest. The
command was
awarded $500
for their efforts.


Creepy members from Aviation Support
The cast and crew of VP-30's Capt. Blood's Detachment took third place in the contest
Cove placed second in the Haunted Woods with their House of Horror display, earning
contest earning the command $300. the command $200.


A scene from the Haunted Woods, spon-,
sored by the NAS Jacksonville Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Department's
Youth Activity Center Oct. 28-29. Nearly,
2,800 of visitors turned out this year to-
view displays from various commands,;
from around the base.


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Holiday schedule for Child Development Center


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.


Sponsors needed for MWR events


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ment is currently seeking
sponsorship for fiscal year
2006 special events and
programs.
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market to over 25,000 base
personnel.
For more information on
how your organization can
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The following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across the NAS Jax Main
Gate at 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard. All classes
require advance reserva-
tions by calling 573-2498.
Birding with Audubon
Nov. 5, 8 a.m.-noon
We will start out at the
nature center, viewing birds
visiting the feeders, and
then search for birds of for-
est and edges. This pro-
gram is for beginners to
experts, but is not appropri-
ate for small children.
Please bring your sack
lunch, and after birding
we'll discuss what we saw
and heard while watching
the butterflies flutter
around the butterfly gar-
dens.
Nature Crafts: Pine
Cone Critters and
Centerpieces
Nov. 7, 10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
Pine cone crafting for all
ages! Use your imagination
to create a critter or a cen-
terpiece from pinecones and
other nature objects.
Please bring pinecones if
you have them; some will
be provided.
Wee Workshop:
Textures of Nature
Thursday, Nov. 10, 10-


11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee nature
explorers (children aged 7
and under) and their adult
companions. We will be
using our senses today
(sight, hearing, touch,
smell) to find and appreci-
ate the differences in
nature.
Coffee with the Birds
and Butterflies


Nov. 14, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Picture .yourself relaxing
inside a climate-controlled
building with your morning
cup of coffee or tea and
looking out our large pic-
ture windows at birds visit-
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butterflies as they visit our
butterfly-friendly plants.
What a great way to start
out your day!
Snake Savvy
Nov. 22, 1-2:30 p.m.
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the difference between a
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Greybeard basketball
meeting
A Greybeard basketball meet-
ing 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 tourney
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 recre-
ational and competitive 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
divisions: men's active duty;
women's active duty; men's
open; and women's open with


awards for first, second, and
third place in each division. This
is also a captain's cup event
with commands receiving partic-
ipation 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 confer-
ence room. The league is open
to all NAS Jax active duty and
selective reservists ages.
Commands having their athletic
officer or designated represen-
tative attend the meeting will
receive five captain'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 soc-
cer, softball, football and volley-
ball 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 provided as well
as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested
runners must compete in a
sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) race and your
time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and
your time meets regional quali-
fying time, contact your base
athletic director.
Southeast regional
qualifying times:
5K- Men19:00
Women 24:00
10K- Men34:00
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. 28
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 7 0


AIMD 7
VP-30 4
FASO/Weps 3


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CNATTU 2 5
Intramural Fall
Softball Standings
As of Oct. 28
Team Wins Losses
AIMD 500 10 1
NavHosp 9 2
VP-30 9 3
VP-5 8 3
VP-62/NAR 7 3


CoMmNITY CALNDIAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #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, call 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.firstcoastcommuni-
ty.com/momsclubopw.


The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083..
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street: Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fl1x.org.
The Castillo de San Marcos
In St. Augustine is looking for
individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
The group, which does interpre-
tations and reenactments in St.
Augustine, needs volunteers for
their cannon and musket firing
programs. For more information,
call Joe Brehm at (904) 829-
6506, Ext. 232.
The Navy Nurse Corps
Association is holding their
annual fall luncheon Nov. 5 from


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Jan. 1. Service member, Navy civilians, retirees and their
families are invited to enjoy this very special holiday
event and drive though a two-mile stretch of 112 dazzling
lighted holiday scenes on their way to a ginger bread
house and a marshmallow roast. For further information,
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q8316 Swanton
I.. 3/2/2 1447sf $995 WESTSIDE
n il f LakeviewWatermill 32 1456sf $975
I,3/2/2 1543sf $1025 8425 Windy Pine Ln
E 00173205, 2/2 960sf $625
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3/2 1257sf $925 ORANGE PARK
543 Charles Pinkney
0 3/2/2 1025sf $995

rSOUTHSIDE 3243 Dowitcher Ln
11471 Kimberly Forest Dr 3/2/2 1400sf $995
\\';'1 ~ 3/2/2 1292sf $925
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WICW Sheraton Lakes
p13217 Currituck Dr N 1860 Sheraton Lake
S3/2 1500sf $1025 3/2/2 1258sf $875

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650 America's Cup 352 Redwood Lane
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4 Unfurnished Unfurnished

EASTHSIDE 1611 E 16th
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r) ed eons5 I3O. .190
S.. Gardner Int i I00dmo
NORTHSIDE2/1 & 3/1 Call 949-355-3220
Apts. $550 $700mo. HAWKS POINT -3/2,
Call Greg 376.5190 $1195M0. New, fully equip.
Northside Thanksgiving Arglyle Condo, 2/2, $825,
Special $200 off your Bryant Realty 272-9395
1st months rent i a n
Rest rictions eaply. IC W Cute house 3/2,
Restrictions p 1400sf, fncd yd, $1250m
Pelican PoGnlne 140de 304,6- k
904-757-8742 dep. 9048661431
PONTE VEDRA Ocean JAX BCH Beautiful New
PONTE VEDRA Ocean 3/a ar. w/d fncd udr
Links, 3/2 + gar, pool 3/2, gar, w/d fncd yd.
fit, $1275mo. 233-2303 $140um. (904)270-0515.
S SAN MARCO JAX BEACH-3/2,
1WSAMRClaO 0623 2nd Ave. S.,.
C ILL92/ TH Ia-l $1SO0mo. 708-9984
L JUUNGTON CREEK
SAN MARCO LOFTS Spacious 3Br, Living
Incredible living spaces room, family room +
www.theloftssanmarco.com formal Dinning room,
1450 Flagler 396-9601 huge kitchen, fully
fencedyard. Squeaky
SOUTHSIDE -1BR, CH&A Clean. $1450m. 280-2805
no aets, $495mo. Call
W.E Johnson Licensed .. Klngland 3BR
R.E. Broker 727-7794 Reurbished,
REW.1 rokerdnest fenced yard, attic,
W'slde-Gregory West ar large rooms, 10
Apartments rMin from base. Must
Fall Special! Reserve see Jim 912.729.8904
your new apartment 912- 673-1897
home for the Holidays. LKSOE
Mention ad and receive LAKESHORE 3/1
savings. 777-5581 Good condition. Pets ok.
W'side-Gregory West 87. 1/
Apartments LAKEOOD 3/1
Holiday Savings! updated fplc $925mo
Pop a Balloon. 737-2542
Call for details. 777-581 LAKEWOOD 3/2 updated,
W'SIDE Newly renov 1 & SS apple, fplc, wd firs,
2 Br's on Ortega River. $1150mo. 737-2542
quiet n'hood on site Lakewood Waterfront
mgr, nr public transp. 3/2 f. gac fI ugra.
$50 & $600. 904. 424. 3402 2/22c g11ar.fl, u.td.

410 Condomi yd scn prch,avail now
S10463 Docksider Dr. W.
1200SF /2*2/3 TH spa- $975m. 904-731-3841
cious clean quiet. Easy MAND. w/Pool, 2500sf,
to 195/ US17 $595mo. 3715 Leewood Ln 4/2.5
912-673-6596 Kingsland encl. porch 2 car gar
AVONDALE 2/2, 2000sf 387-2333 ask for Cyrus
$1500mo. WD ncl. avail MANDARIN- 3/2, O.H Sun
now. Call 705-2086 2 4p. Avail now.
BAYMEADOWS Deerwood $1100mo. 904-219-8116
-3/2 1530sf, all new, fplc, MANDARIN 3/2
lanal, $1195mo0. 505-3648 5136 Tan St. $1150mo. +
dep. 662-7646
BEACHES-3/2, 1st fir, ep. 662-7646
$1400mo. Jardin De Mer MANDARIN 5/3-2 car
241-2170 728-3954 gar, brand new, 2310sf,
Beaches TH 2/2 loft, $1600 226-4161
pool, wdhu. $810mo + Mandarin newer home
sec.Sm Pets ok. 241-8706 3/2/2. $1200mo $1200
dep 12408 RIchards
BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2 Glen Ct. 904-859-0498
1475sf on river
$1600mo. 707-704- 7260 Mandarin Riverfront ncl
or 904-993-4044 boat slip, 3/2.5 Twnhs
r $2250mo. Nancy Mag-
JCP-3/2. 1 car gar TH, glore 904-349-8664
For Lease or Opt. to Buy. Walter Williams
$1150mo. 673-9318
Mand-Beautlful house
JTB/Hodges 3/2, 1428sf, 3/2 flreplace,garage.
gated, amenities, gar. fp, Avail 11/12. $1100mo.
all apple. $1300m 382-7606 Hutson Rentals 268-0311
MAND 1 & 2 BR $795- MAYPORT -2/2 TH. $725
$1100. Dog no cat. Bar- w/d, sec, fncd yd, 1100sf,
tram Park 904-461-8997 pet fee, 904-386-0497
MANDARIN Brand new MIDDLEBURG 2/2, on lac
bright, water view lbd., fncd lot, 1230sft, ch/a,
Williams Walk in Ber- Immac. cond 282-1617
tram Pk $900 incl. Pool,
Spa, Fitness 603- 431.8533 N. St. Johns Co. 2/2.5TH,
$1000mo $800dep. No
MANDARIN BRAND NEW pet/smoker. 904-338-2473
3/2 Be the 1st renters
$1099mo. 321-303-4190 NORTHSIDE -3br/ lba,
$200dep. $57Smo. No
New Townhome. 2/2A., HUD, No pets, 1466 E.
den, gar, lakeview 24th St. 745-0045
upgraded t, 629-1767 SIDE 2/1 AC/heat
Ocean View appli, carpet $450mo +
Amelia Island $250 dep. 707.1594 after
S Condo Rental; 7 wkdays, all day Sat -Sun.
o1000sf, new
2BR/2BA cs orders. N'SIDE 3/1.5, monitored
Furnished/unfurnished. alarm, carport, garage,
Long term >1 yr $835/mo+$1000 dep, no
$1400mo 904-556-.1812 HUD or Sect 8, $75 appl.
OP-2/2 luxury condo in fee, Call 759-9808
Oakleaf Plantation. N'SIDE 3/1 Off Dunn Ave
904-866-8069 Ig yd, w/2 sheds, newly
remod. quiet & com-
OP New 3/2 Natures fortable. $750. 687-4962
Hide -away. Guar. fin. NSIDE 3/1 Off Lem Turner
$134K $4K min.dn. New everything!
SRTO $900m0. 276-6446 $775mo. 904-687.4962
1 NW 3/1, CH&A~wdhkup,
Palencia-Brand New 3/2 1330 Cleveland St.
granite counters, ch&a $675mo. 859-5144
prkg, amenities. $1350.
+dep. Incl. cable, hi- spd O.P. 3/ 2.5 townhome. 2
net, water. 904,315-2042 story, garage, 1729sf,
$1175mo. 904.370.0426
PONTE VEDRA AtA o.p. OAKLEAF -4/3
Summerhouse Condo's. New 2425sf Ig MBR & FR,
All sizes & floor plans. lanai, $1495m0: 505-3648
Available $795-$1295
SNov. & Dec. FREE, !! Oaldeaf;3/3, all appl.new
Make Your Deal Today! hm,$1175 Kingsley Cntr
Jennifer 917-8596 7859. Realty; 264-0508
NYFLBROKERgaol.Com OAKLEAF PLANTATION
PVB 1/1. golf view. -5/3.5, 2 story, brand
$815mo or buynow new, 619-640-1986
$157k. Cell 477-4045 Oceanway-3/2, 1800sf,
PVB 2/2, fpl, lakeview, $1350. Dimension One
close to bch, w/many Mgt.642-1759/635-2488
amen. $995m. 716-6270 OLD ORTEGA 3/2
PVB Belleza. 3/2, vltd .Tn200sqft on a sce-
cells. Huge 1400sf, nic pond. Garage,
$1450mo. Terry 318-9635 n e w k itch e n,
updated bathrooms.
PVB-Luxury 2/2. gar, see katycook.com
lanai, sunsets, w/d, arsh $1600mo 904-535.8896
view. $1125.904-363-6990 OP/MIDLBRG 3/2 well
RIVERFRONT 3br/ba All maint. $910m; 370-4088
amenities, gated comm. www.mrealty.biz
$1950/mo 349-4144 OP/OAKLEAF 4/3 w/
SAN JOSE at The Colony bonus on lake, 2370sf
New lux 2/2, new appll, $1595mo. 514-1038
carpet, steps to pools
$950m+dp. 398-9929 OP 3/2 Doctors Lake
access. $695mo. Credit
S'slde Bartram Pk 3/2.5 check. Call 220-9550
lcgar, $1400m. 1st mnth C CU
1/2of. 904-568-0257 OP COUNTRY CLUB
Gated 3/2 $1200/mo.
S'slde-Brand New 3/2 Call 904.276-4628
pool, children area.
Call 838-6023 OP FLEM ISL New 3/2
Villa, 2 car garage,
S'SIDE Emerald Preserve gated $1300mo 264-1425
at Bartram Pk. New Pc5,, ,
2/2.5 twn hm, 1 c ar OP PCS 3/2,1600 sf, 2
$1150/mo (904)251-4932 / car garage, W/D, fire-
3/l place, hot tub, secu-
S'SIDE-new 3/2, gated, rity system, fridge
pool vlew,granite. dishwasher, fenced yard.
$1150 mo. 631-3663 (904)868-2754
St. Johns Co. CR 210 ORANGE PARK 3/2, 2
3/2.5, 1463sf, $1200/mo car gar, RTO $1100mo
Brand New 904-861.4097 904-262-9535
WESTSIDE -2/2, gated, ORANGEPK NEW HOMES
brand new, w/d, pool, Summerbrook 4/2,
sec sys, 1st mo rent 2000sf, $1250;
half. Avail now. Fieming lsl/The LiUnks
904-545-0019 4/3. 2500sf, $1695.
________ ~Maxxum R.E. 699-0393
415 os.es ORTEGA BLUFF -4/2, 2000sf,
415 Furnished $1250mo.
Bryant Realty 272-9395







Ja Alr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 3, 2005


42O Houses
420u Unfurnished

SOUTHSIDE Off Beach,
3/1, CH&A, fen $625.
7535 Tiffany 705-6457
SOUTHSIDE -St. Nicho-
las, 3/1, Ig eat In kit dbi
ot, $675mo. 725-8439
SS 3/1, FP, CH&A, Fan Yrd
$850mo + $750dep.
3640 Calla Dr. 545-9953
S'side 1159 Lee Rd. 4/3TH
2cgar, fncd bckyd, patio
$150m. 904-635-5276
S'slde 3/1 offt Emerson
newly remod., Irg yd,
garage, nice & quiet
n'hood. 875. 687-4962
S'SIDE Delwebb Sweet
Water Retirement Gated
Comm. Yoga class, pool.
club hse Brand New 3/2,
$1475m Paul 877-777-2770
S'slde Walk to UNF from
this nice 3br/2ba hm.
Lg yrd, gar., FL rm.
Avail now. $1,l50.mo. +
dep. Call Gary 777-4526.
ST. AUG Brand New 3/2,
2000sf. Near SR206.
$1400m. 904-838-6440
S Townhome for
Rent
S 3BR, 2B, Garage,
cent locatedin
Fleming Island Plant-10
miles from base. Top
schools, pools, tennis
$980 mo. avail Dec. 1.
(904)278-5224 or
(904)655-1679
Vilano 4br/3.Bba beach
home brand newll hw
firs, fen'd yd, pvt bch
access 100 away, per-
fect n'hood w/pvt boat
ramp, lawn maint Incid
$1900mo. 904-687-4962
Waterfront Beautiful
Condo on Ortega River
Brand New 3/2 Granite
Counter Tops Stain-
less Steel Appl. $1950
Or 2/2 for $1090
(904)613-0518
Waterfront TH w/PrIvate
Dock. 3/2.5, 2000 sf, 2
car garage. Ortega
Area. $1490 (904)613-0518
RENT TO OWN $0 DOWN
All Areas. Call
RTO hotline 388-1208
Westslde 3/2 Fresh
S| paint, new carpet,
large fenced lot 3
L miles to base
$900mo plus deposit
291-4316
SWestslde 3/2 Fresh
| paint, new carpet,
I 11arge fenced lot, 3
mtles to base
$900mo plus deposit
291-4316
WESTSIDE -3br/ iba,
$200dep. $675mo. No
HUD No pets 2544
Calvfn St. 745-0045
WESTSIDE NR O.P. 3BR LS5A
WD, GARAGE, ALARM, NO PETS
REF REQ. $795/MO. 860 7219
W'Slde- 3/2, CH&A, fen
bk yd, WD hkup $800,
$800 dep. 591.7335
Wslde- TH 3/2, 1700sf,
$950 + dep. 472-1078
5627 Marathon Parkway.
W'S Near O.P. 3br ch&a
quality area, Irgyrd, no
pets $795+dep. 777-8817
YULEE NEW CONSTRUCTION
4BR 2BA, 2008SF, Sec Sys.
Sprinkler Sys, Nice Lot,
Large Screened Patio,
All Appliances, Master
Bath with Garden Tub,
and a 2 Car Garage.
$1350/mo. Good Credit
CALL 225.1934 or 705-5453

A4C Manufactured
SHomes

ARGYLE 3/2 MH's on
prIv lots, $775- $850mo
all Greg 376-5190
BEACHES
2/1 & 3/2, starting at
$499. 904-249-6444
Mlddleburg 22 1 ac. "03
w/d hkp, 700m $500
sec.lst /last. 406-0666


Wsurd rf.xer'i
Hurry Only A Few Left!
Call 695-2255
W'slde 3/2 Ig private lot.
no pet 1210 Mull St.
S600mo/S600dep. Call
904 768 2300 afer 4pm

427 Mobile Home
4 Lot Rentals

ARLINGTON large shady
lots only, city water.
$250 up+ dep. 641-0392

430 Roommates

FLEM ISL/OP $700 util
Incl. no pets, back
ground check. 5099984
&Gated Townhouse
S Off Atlantic and
S Kernan $600.
Includes private
bath, utilities, washer,
dryer. Contact Hanlka
940.224-0215
thehanikaLyahoo.com.
or
hanika.torlotifljack.ang
.af.mil
Mdbg/OId Jennlngs
DWM to share 4/2, turn.
W/mature n/smoker.
Sat/Wd/fplce/lacre
$465mo + 1/2 util.
C.307-5000 H.291-3311
Oceanway Male to Share
3/2 hm w/pool, priv.
bath/rm. $40m. 757.4194
OP PROF F. SEEKS SAME.
$700mo. all util, ph, cbl,
/net 737-0080, 215-0936
Orange Park/
SAyfe Forest
4 Seeking 2
non-smoker
roommates to share
3/2 house. $4520mo.
Call Nhan
(904)631-5664
Roommate for new
condo
3BR/2Ba, pool w/d
unfurn, $550mo
+1/2 utll. Taylor Wash-
ington 696-5565
SSIde Rmate 2/2 priv bed
& bath, clean, quiet, NS,
NDRG, $500 +150 Dep
407.758-7658
W'slde 3/1. Near Jax NAS
Nor, Smoker.no pets. no
drugs S300m 465-3568
W'slde- nice home.
$125wk utll incl Non
smkr.904 536 0156
W S WF seeks day
sorklng Male. Furn rm
Pool. non smoker $425m
incl utils. 904777 5955

435 Rooms
to Rent

ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
w/Micro. Refrig
low daily/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343

4 Male Roommate
near NAS Jax. Very
nice $100 weekly.
Call 904 779-4660
OP-Nice Room for rent
$140wk+dp pool hot tub,
bckgrndchk. 505-0637
ORANGE PARK $550mo
Including utilities, priv
bath Call904-859-1654

Beac/
440 Vacation/
Resorts

OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $395wic.
352- 376-9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront
OCEANFRONT-S. Jax Bch
1/1 Beautifully furn.
$1600m. 904- 881-5793
PVB Oceanfront Lovely-
vacation home. 200-
beach .Poolspa.Wk/Mo
904-716-0077




1 &
Commercial
Real Estate
500 CommerciaVl/
Industrial for Sale
506 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent
SCommercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent

BEACH/ S'SIDE-3500
-5500sf, bldg w/tall
cell, 646-3700
SUNBEAM RD Ofc/ Whse
800sqft, $650 + dep.
737-3962 or 403-9668
507 Businesses
S0 For Sale

BAGEL STORE 7yrs at the
BCh. 1st $25k. Must sell
247-9911/234-4953


507 Businessess
507 For Sale

Turn key Caf/Bakery In
Atlantic beach. 1 f.
$129k, nego 379-1146

515 Office Space
For Rent

4811 BEACH BLVD
1700+sfSublet all or
part. Furnished, 5 min
from downowwn, scenic
overlook, perfect for
attorney or business.
Call 904-343-8217
SOUTHSIDE spacious
conv. Must seel
$1700mo. Call 443-7720






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


5de oBusiness
s Opportunities

#1 REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS -Stop
foreclosures I Easy.
Lucrative 877-230-5833
C Store Route
Jax/ Galnesville whole-
sale snack food dist.
has 100+ active
accounts, vehicle pro-
vided. (321) 303-9995

Established health spa In
Jacksonville Beach has
2 rooms for rent for
licensed massage
therapists. Rent $550
per month includes
utilities, advertising &
office admin/recep-
tlonist. Call 242-9191
or 305-1659 for more
information and let our
advertising work for youl
Mobile food truck with
established route
49.900n. 904-382-3294


700 Domestic

SBaby Rates
4$> cheaper than most
teenagers. Twenty
years old and my name Is
Melissa. Call 207-4937

HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY
21mo. old child. ex
pref'd, but not req'dSt.
Mary's, GA. area.
912-729-4635

702 Custoper
702 Service

CUSTOMER SERVICE
PROFESSIONAL Fast
Industrial distributor
has Immediate open-
ing in our Jacksonville
location. Great benefits,
great pay, and a family
orlente environment.
DFWP. Fax resume to
Janpak, 904-783-0184
REGENCY AREA
RETAILER $9/HR
904421-143

707 Driver
CAR DRIVERS NEEDED
for busy driver service
In Florida 346- 3955
CDL DRIVER- for W'slde
distrb center, immed
opening. Must have
clean MVR & gd cus-
tomer realtlons skills
DFWP. Apply at Janpak,
7780-4 Westside
Industrial Dr. Jax
CDL. DRIVERS CLASS A
OR B- Willing to stock
drywall and roofing.
Good benefits Earn
$500-$700wk. Apply at
SEACOAST SUPPLY
2919 Dawn Rd. Jax
CLASS A TRUCK DRIVER
Starting out PT to go FT.
Must have 3 years
experience clean MVR,
cel phone, be over 25.
$16.4/hr + benefits.
Call between 10am &
4pm 354-4855 M-F,

s Company




$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Pald First 2 Weeks
WANTEDi Drivers w/2
or moreyrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most
weekends
Co. starting ay
Cs AL- a4/mta


VENDING ROUTE 4 SALE. f Greg (
Serious only.
Financing available. 800-723-3424 for Info
877-465-VEND (8363)
or 281-880-9812
DISPATCHER
560 Financial Weekend exp'd dis-
Spatcher for West side
Services service company. Exc
pay&benefts 1allor
EZ Quall fng. Good/Bad send resume to Metro
cErediforeciosure Rooter 8892 Nor-
bailout. 725-6127 mandy Blvd 695-1911

565 Money to Lend Drveat the heat?
or Borrow Looling to make
$S00-$SW this summer
shovel. Come drive for
Jacksonville's finest
transportation com-
pO anyl Relax In our
a2r-conditioned, late
model fleet.
Be your own boss, make
', -- vS your own schedule
Para transit and shuttle
drivers also avallablel
If Interested call
Tim Collins 355-8294
-S TANK DRIVER LOc/ reg/
v*' ?t? S ,t a OTR. dedicated $1000up
I1 Vr OTR 904 476 7284
." , DRIVERS (exp only
Tankwagon) to haul
Tuel & lube oil, HAZMAT
k & tanker reqd. Starting
$13.50/hr. Call 356-0731
DRIVERS CDL A or B
$1000 sign on bonusl
Deliver roofing materi-
als to rooftop. Clean
MVR. Repeat heavy
Education and lifting xc pa pd
medicalvac.,4K.
Ta nEOE/DFWP. Apply at
.0 49ins cOSringParkRd. or
600 Private Instruction call 604 674-0375


65 schools
610 Specialty -lalning/
Events


605 Schools


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Nov 7
8 Week Eve Class Jan 9
Superior Instruction

Florida Real Estate Instit.


710 Industrial/
Trades

APPLIANCE TECH-
/TRAINEE- leader I
Industry top $$. Great
opportunity, benefits.
389-7366

CABINET BUILDER
CABINET FINISHER
10 yrs exreulred,
For custom shop. Top
pay. Benefits included
737-6906

Cable Installers
will train, truck, van or
SUV reqd, Must pass
bkground check, valid
Drivers Lic a must .Call
Dave 904.730-9244

CARPENTER 10 yrsfinish
exp. & HELPER 3yrs
finish exp Call 710-0899
CARPENTER
FRAMING EXPERIENCE
W'slde, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759.2875
CARPENTERS (Framers)
Needed to start Immed.
Competitive pay
Call Rob 904 635-2053
CARPENTERS A HELP-
ERS for residential
framing. Exp a must
Argyle area. Paid vac &


CARPENTERS &
LEAD FRAMERS. Benefits
Great PayLots of work.
262-3181

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form Frame & Finish.
Tools WA transportation a
must. TOp pay, benefits,
paid holidays + vacation.
Call Max N11-603- 708
DFWP/EOE
CARPENTERS for punch
out- tools & trans reqd,
Also Need framing crew
to sub work out to.
Robert 219-3421
CARPENTERS FRAMERS-
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY,
FOREMAN, CARPEN-
TERS LABORERS. Call
904-361-8381
CERAMIC TILE SVC TECH
Exp'd, with reliable
transp & good driving
rec. 904810-7065
CONCRETE CUTTER Exp.
pref'd, but will train.
Pay depending on exp.
Please call 742.7364

DOOR & WINDOW
INSTALLERS Residen-
tial exp. F/T Jax area.
Call 866-702-1122 x 206
DRYWALL FRAMERS, HANG-
ERS A FINISHERS Com-
merclal, by the hr. 757-7333

DRYWALL FRAMERS &
HANGERS Group Ins Pd,
hols. vac 401K. DFWP.
Apply Ficklilng Brothers
1703 Lamberth St.
ELECTRICAL HELPERS-
needed. No exp
required. Will train, top
pay benefits & vaca-
tion 904-766-6848 ask
for MIstI
ELECTRICIANS
A HELPERS
Comm/ resld min. 2yrs
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
Incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
Call 721-4044
American Electric
8751 Atlantic Blvd.


Clean MVR, 2yrs exp
benefits. Insurance, B E..l
DFWP. Maxville. | ECTRICIAN
Call 90428.7000 i -SERVICE -f
EARN HOLIDAY CASH $18-$20/h/retire
EARN HOUDAY CASH I ment, vac, health ins.
DOMINO'S PIZZA PT/Fl I Thompson Elec. 108 E.
DRIVERS 27th St. 353-1500
Cash paid nightly.
$10-$15 per hour.
Apply : 12200 San Jose EQUIPMENT OPERATORS,
Blvd (260-0030), Calla- PIPELAYERS& LABORERS
han (879-5211), 11565 N. Drug Free Work Place
Main St. (75 7.0303), EOE, Benefits, 401K
7020 Beach Blvd Call Callaway Contract-
(724.8046). Fernandlna Ing at 904-751.8944
(277- 2200) Flex hrs. between 6:30a & 8:30a


" Free Cosultatlon- -u
* Free Appraisal with a closed kloan.*
* First Time Home Buyers Okay -
1% Rebate New Construction
1% Rebate ith the use of Mortgage and Real EsMtae Service
100. Financing 580 middle score
Many programs available with competitive rates
Interest only programs
U0st your home, Only 4%



ft mortgage

3119 Spring Glen Rd. Ste. 115
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
904-346-0256 Business
M ~904-482-2030 Cell


Darlene Thomas
Uc. Mortgage Brokerage Business
Lic. Real Estate agent


VA Lans and Stated Income Programs
*Appraisal fee refvnded at closing.


707 Driver
FUEL DRIVER Local area,
Class B with Hazmat,

good pay, 545-4920
GREEN COVE LOCAL
DRIVER -CDL Class A.
$10.00/hr+bnfts 272-4718
ROLL OFF DRIVER 2 to 3
days a week Class
B/AIr brake endorse-
ment a must. 742-7364
SERVICE ROUTE
Class B air brakes
apply 2815 Powers Ave
TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866-374-0764


Please fax resumes
to 904.332.8833
BACK OFFICE F/T
Arlington area, exp req'd,
Benefits available.
Fax resume 743-2866
CLINICIAN
Master degree +CAP.
Substance abuse and
Mental health exp.
Fax 813-289-1517
mnunez@ps- corp.net EOE
ECHOCARDROGRAM &
VASCULAR DOPPLER
TECH CERTIFIED. Exp'd.
Fax 904-387-3312

FAMILY PRACTICE
PHYSICIAN
Excellent FT oppor-
tunity at NAVHOSP
Jacksonville, FL. Must
have Lic In 1 of 50
states, 2 yrs exp M-F
no H-days. Excellent
pay & benefits EOE".
Fax resume to
(210)492-0642 or email
employment@godwlncorp.com

FRONT DESK for busy
surgery practice.
Medical Manger exp a
plus. Fax res. 355-4922
MA- exp'd, needed FT
for FP medical office.
Excellent work ethics &
multi-tasking req'd. Fax
resume to 722-4271
PATIENT CHECK-IN
CHECK- OUT, FT,
opening evening hours.
Busy Family
Practlce/Ped's office.
Fax resume to 722-4271


710 Industrial/
710 Trades


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

FIBERGLASS WORKER-
Need to cut, grind &
finish work. Must have
exp. DFWP $12/hour
start 904-545-7058
FIBERGLASS WORKER-
Need to cut, grind &
finish work. Must have
exp. DFWP $12/hour
start 904-545-7058
HIGHWAY
CONSTRUCTION
Needed In Jacksonville:
SCDL Dump Truck Drivers
Archer Western
Contractors
Call: 904-633-5991
Top Pay and Benefits
Equal Opportunity
Employer. Qualified
minorities, females and
Viet Nam Era Veterans
are encouraged to apply.
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
INSTALLERS
Batts & Blown,
Exp'd & trainees needed.
FL drivers lIc req'd
2800 Clydo Rd. 733-9188
INSULATION INSTALLERS
earn up to $750/wk,
Valid FL Drivers Lic a
must. Will train. Sign
on bonus / exp only.
904-781-0081 James
ORNAMENTAL FABRI-
CATOR with exp Must
have exp. with alumi-
num, MIG & TIG. Rail-
Ings and gates pref'd.
Salary based upon exp.
Call 292-0933; 545-3734
PAINTER- WANTED
Home repair skills a
must. Call838.3827 or
Ofc. 264,7086
PAYPHONE SVC TECH
to run & maintain local
route. Company Truck.
Mid $20's. Fax resume
972 991 7876


HlllMan, TaTlman-
Laborers, Good
benefits,, health,
dental, pd holidays,
Vac, 401K EOEDFWP
Aply at:
FLORIDA ROADS
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

PLUMBERS Must be lic'd.
Good pay, benefits.
Apply at 1855 Cassat
Ave #11 Ph. 389-6609
PLUMBERS: FOREMAN
M/F- multi family
projects for Jax ben-
efits 1-877-351-6226
ext 2024 DFWP
PLUMBERS COMMER-
CIAL Journeyman lic.
w/exp comm work.
DFWP. 384-4604
ROOFERS & HELPERS-
local co needs depend-
able, exp roofers with
transpt to shop & own
hand tools.gd pay Call
219-9016 Sam--6pm
ROOF TECH for repairs &
maintenance. Exp
req'd. Call 866-8643
TRUCK TIRE TECH
Exp changing & repair-
Ing truck tires.
Bilingual a plus. .DL
required Falcon Tire Ctr
695-885 or 483-7407
We are a FL based
contractor focusing on
foundatlons,CMU &
carpentryDetalled
material & labor take
off exp. req'd.DFWP,
EOE, Excellent salary &
beneflts.Fax resume to
850-386-2350 or call
850-297-1990 or email
angbelm
sovranbuslders.com

712 Mechanic
ENGINE R & R TECH.
w/tools. Earn up to
$40/hr. 904-381-1937
SEMI TRL/CONT/CHAS-
SIS MECHANIC/TIRES ~
Jax area. Shop/Mobile
Days/Nights. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904-695-7045.
Service Mech.-vallid
drivers lic. Experienced
basic mechanic.
Excellent pay.545-7920
TIRE CHANGER Exp In
Bus or Truck tires. F/T
position In Jacksonville.
Drug test req. Call Ms.
Ringo 800- 82 4428

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

715 Management/
71S Professional

ASSISTANT MANAGER
for busy construction
staffing co. Local
Position. Outside sales
helpful. 866-Ace-6231,
or 407-468-0973. DFWP
ASST. EDITOR,
HEALTHCARE MAGAZINE
Excellent writing, editing
skills, 2+ yrs reporting
and/or trade magazine
exp. reqd. Go to
www.ChlroEco.com/assisteditor
for complete job
description. Send
resume & writing
s a m p l e s t o
lsegall@chiroeco.com.

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the a I Real Estate
Co. in Jax We aiil teach
sou the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421 7610
SOFTWARE TRAVEL
TRAINER At Beach.
Legal SW Co. Critical:
Greac Windows
Knowledge, College
Degree. POS Attltuoe
and Attention to Detail
Job requires extensive
US travel Resume to:
hr@casesoft.com

720 Medical

ATTENTION
SKILLED MEDICAL
PROFESSIONALS!!
We are currently looking
for a skilled office
coordinator/Adminis-
trative Assistant that is
bright, seasoned and
professional. At least 3
years of experience.
Great Pay. Psychiatry
experience a plus!
Medical assistant with
2 years of experience In
any type of setting
needed as well.
NO NEW GRADS!


720 Medical

PATIENT SERVICE
COORDINATOR
CORA Health Services,
Inc. has an Immediate
opening for a full-timle
Med cal Office Coor-
dinator In our St. Johns
Bluff clinic. Qualified
candidates must have
excellent'customer
service skills and the
ability to multi task.
Medical office experi-
ence Is preferred.
Knowledge of medical
insurance helpful.
Computer skills
required. Email resume
cwlse@corahealth.com
or fax to 904-298. 0883
PHLEBOTOMIST- PT
early am schedule.
FP/ eds practice,
minimum 1 year exp
including children.
Must be team player
for fast paced office.
Fax resume to 722-4267
attn Lynda

723 Dental
ASSISTANT Dental MIn. 2
ars dental exp. Beach
Ivd Fax res. 992.4922

725^ office/
725 Clerical

ADMIN ASST PT for elec.
contr. knowledge of
Word, Excel & Quick-
Books a plus. Arl. area.
Fax resume 726-0116
ARL INT'L CO. seeks
Entry Level Person,
Comp Int. 744-0273
Beaches software dev
company seeking indi-
vidual with at least 5
years of admin support
exp. in a fast paced
environment. Must be
highly organized,
results driven and be
able to take direction.
Proficiency with basic
software programs
such as Word, Excel
and Outlook are
required. Send your
resume, cover letter to:
employment@casesoft.com
OFFICE ASST- PT to FT
Excel, Word Peachtree.
Off Powers. Fax
904-636-0708
Receptionist-Part Time/
Full Time needed.
Call Lisa 723-3175
RECEPT- law ofc, sme
computer skills, MS
Word typing, filing, exp
multiple phone lines.
Fax resume 396-0924

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

Bartenders, Waltstaff &
Cook needed.
ApplY In person
at Stadium Club
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301
DANCERS, BARTENDERS,
SERVERS, SECURITY
Call 384+0870
DANCERS, DOORSTAFF, &
BARTENDERS NEEDED
CALL 757-7370


DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec. Technical/
Will train-AM/PM, T Technical/
No Mandatory Ti Ots Engineering
Wackos3110 Engineering

DANCERS* NACE Inspector
BartenderWaltstaff for Existing Structures
Bartender, Waitstaff Engineering. Concrete
and Security coatings and/oi
Day/Night shifts avail. Cathodic Protectior
BiggestshowbarsinJax! exp. Will be within
GOLD CLUB 645-S500 driving distance of NE
CROSSROADSSHOWBAR Jaox to support a
247-4322 month concrete resto-
ration project. Engi-
FRY COOKS -Exp. & neering Inspector will
FRY CO tS. -Ex~p. & be able operate confl-
dependable. Goodpay dently & safely at
DISHWASHERS Allshifts heights & will be com-
4553 120th St. 908-4202 putter skilled digitala
cameras, excel, word &
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS data compilation).
Is looking for a PT night Email enquiry and
auditor.Fri & Sat resume with the
11pm-7am. Also need subject "NACE job" to
FDront Desk PT flex contactexistlngstructures.com .
Apply In person.10148 No phone calls please.
New Berlin Rd.696-3333

JACKSONVILLE Survey
MARRIOTT HOTEL
Is currently hiring for the Instrument
following position: person
HOST/HOSTESS with Exp. Offering
*RESTAURANT SERVER excellent benefits.
BARTENDER health, dental, pd
SROOMSERVICE holidays, pd Vac,
*BANQUET S""ER'VER 401K Pay commen-
DINING ROOM ATTEND. surate with exp. EOE
CONCIERGE DFVPp
BELL PERSON Apply at:
Please apply In person FLORIDA ROADS
or fax resume to: 10439 Alta Drive
904-296-3450 714-0041 x106
Jacksonville Marriott
4670 Salisbury Rd.
MANAGER/BOUNCER-
npm shift, exp praed. 753 Security
W'slde 904-908-7328
SECURITY OFFICERS
Miller's Ale House FT and PT Flex Officers
JACKSONVILLE'S & Supervisors. Min 1 yr
exp pref'd. Positions
FAVORITE located In Jacksonville,
RESTAURANT The Beaches, Ponte
ANDBADIII Vedra, St. Augustine &
AND BA Nassau Co. Earn up to
ADDING OUR 4TH $10/hr. We offer weekly
LOCORATIONC pay, paid vacations,
ORANGE PARKTIii uniforms provided at
n r no cost, affordable
"tREALLY HAVE insurance plans. Apply
FUN AT WORK" in person, Fox Pro-
NOWHIRING: tective Services, Inc.
Line/Prep Cooks 7999 Philips Hwy,
Servers/Host/Hostess Ph. 904-737.4494 DFWP.
Bus/Dish/Expeditors License no. AB200006
Bartenders
APPLY AT:
The construction SECURITY OFFICERS
trailer on the site Class D License
Our new location is: Nights & weekends
1750 Wells Rd 904n215-3144, 334,1207
Between Oakes Rd
and Orange Park Mall
(next to Carrabba's) Mi a
ON-THE-SPOT 755 Miscellaneous
INTERVIEWS
MON-FRI 9am-6pm
To find out more
about the Miller's Ale $15/HOUR
House or questions: Immediate
www.alehouseinc.com opportunity
General labor
PARADISE ISLAND 5-6 week contract
DANCERS NEEDED Yulee, FL
Call 99&-3111 after 6 PM Contact
THE RAMADA Todd Wylie
CONFERENCE CENTER 740-403-0552
Is now hiring for the
following positions
"PM Front Desk
Supervisor ACTIVIST WANTED
*Malntenance Tech Help make Florida
* Comedy Zone Servers elections fair. Part time
* Food Servers campaign staff needed
* Banquet Servers & Immediately. Call Jim at
Setu CSI, 904, 765- 5572
* Dishwashers
Benefits available ,_.
Apply within N"
1-295 &San Jose Blvd. FR"A (
Fax (904) 262-8718 .1,
Waltstaff, Bartenders, Building Careers
Doorstaff
Call 399-1110 for 85 years
Management. Sales
Waitstaff & Technicians
Call Malabar Training/Career
call Malabar Development
9801 Beach Blvd. Great Starting Pay
641- 5033 Conlssion Incentive
opportunity
________ ~* Full Benefit Padckage
740 Retai Drug Free Workplace/EOE
740 Retail Apply in pson
5213 Wesconnett

BRIDAL SALES Blvd Jucksonvllle
& SEAMSTRESS
No nights or Sunday's DIRECT CARE, FT/PT help
Jill Stevens Bridal w/Disabled Women
8653 Baymeadows Rd. Ortega Farms 626-5675


745 sales


ADVERTISING SALES
20yr Est Natl trade
magazine requires con-
summate professional.
Bright, articulate, pro-
active communicator for
print and web ad sales.
Sal, bonus, (60k+), 401k,
& medical for the proven
performer. Resume to
]doyle@chlroeco.com or
904-285-6020 ext 231

B2B SALES In Jackson-
ville. Experience
required. Benefits
incentives, bonus. Call
877-445-7341.

COMMUNITY SALES REP.
Cemetery Sales- Door to
Door. Great income!
call (904)724-6384

SALES PEOPLE to obtain
clients for new collec-
tion agency. Base pay +
weekly bonus. Call Lisa
723-3175

SALESPERSON- expd,
mature, dependable
desired for lighting
showroom Please fax
resume 904-899-0340

SALES

PHYSICIAN

SALES
As an exp'd medical
sales professional, you
have sharpened your
skills, made the 7 Habits
second nature and most
Important, developed
long term physician
relationships. Watching
the medical marketplace,
you see the movement
towards non-.drug treat-
ment of pain and muscle
conditions and recognize
the growth opportunity.
Join a large, expanding
nationwide sales force
marketing FDA approved
physician prescribed
electrical stimulation to
physicians. To be a suc-
cessful R5 Medical Acct
Mgr, you must have cur-
rent relationships with
multi-disciplinary mus-
culoskeletal clinics,
orthopedic surgeons,
interventional pain spe-
cialists. anesthesiolo-
gists and physical
medical physicians in the
Jacksonville, FL area. We
provide comprehensive
training 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
salesJobs@rsmedlcal.com
or fax 866-216-0513

SALES STAFF for busy
construction staffing
co. Local position.
Salary & commission.
Call 1.866.-Ace-6231 or
407-468-0973. DFWP

SELF MOTIVATED
SALESPERSON
WANTED IN HOME SALES.
CALL TODAY 955-9413
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED.


Eamrn up to $24,400/year as a Custom Protection Officer(i Now seeking officers with either law
enforcement, corrections, career military, police
academy graduates, or a criminal
iut degre .
Minen are encouraged to apPlY. j

We are also seeking Upscale
Security Officers. Candidates 4
mustbeovewryr earsold,have
a H/S diploma or GED, strong
work history, and 5 personal
references.


755 Miscellaneous

EARN HOLIDAY CASH
DOMINO'S PIZZA PT/FT
DRIVERS
Cash paid nightly.
$10-$15 per our.
Apply : 12200 San Jose
Blvd (260-0030), Calla-
han (879-5211), 11565 N.
Main St. (757-0303).
7020 Beach Blvd
(724-8046). Fernandina
(277- 2200) Flex hrs.
HELPERS
To unload roofing mate-
rials. Repeat heavy
lifting. Clean MVR. Winl
pay for CDL B. Exc pay,
pd medical, vac., 41K.
EOE/DFWP. Apply at
4930 Spring Park Rd. or
call 904- 674-0375
FT Malnt./porter needed
for 3 shopping centers
at Beaches to include
maintenance & clean-
ing exterior only,
vehicle required. Apply
at Equity One, 10601
-107 San Jose Blvd.,
next to Aqua Zoo,
(904) 292-2222
ROUTE SALES/SERVICE -
Wholesale food/snack
dist. Earn $400 $700
/wk servicing existing
C-store route. Exp.
REQUIRED( 321)303-9995

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762 Work At Home
ASSEMBLE AT HOME To
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry 24hr 390-3939

830 Child
8 Care

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








Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/0fce
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
97 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
50 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques

SILVER 12pc Old Master
by Towle+many access.
$3500; Lennox China
White Echo 14 Dinner
plates, 14 salads,
8 cups/saucers $1250;
Waterford Crystal,
LIsmore 8 Waters, 16
wine $600; 904-233-6059

902 Appliances
Dryer/Washer -
Big capacity $200 for
both. 904-398-5336
4$ G.E. Stove-Brand
Snew. Never used.
StElectrlc self clean-
ing oven. Digital
read-out. Great buy
$175.282-5452
A GE electric 30" free-
standingrange elec-
tronic timer and
clockself cleaning
white~exc cond. $150.
269-1478 Before 8pm
4$ Kenmore Washer
I and Dryer-Match-
lng set, late model.
Outstanding con-
dition $225. Can deliver
786-1767
& Kenmore Washer
and Dryer
Matching set, late
model. Outstand-
ing cond. $225. Can
deliver 786-1767
4$ Keystone 2002, 24ft
5th wheel with 8 ft
slide.Great shape
reese hitch Incl. 13,900
352-475-1565
4$ Mandarin 2BR/2BA
| 1 Car garage, lake,
i I screened porch,
v FPL, pool, tennis
court, no pets. Lawn
service $1100mo Call
891-5647 Pcs.
A Profonn owerindline
| treadmill 385c space
Vl/saver used very little
-$200. 375-9733


4 450MHz Pentium
17" Montor CW
drive $100 300MHz
Pentium 15" moni-
tor CDRW drive $80 Call
249-6916

928 Electronics

4$ MM Movie
Projector, very
good condition,
904-387-1529
$ Air Purifier Hunter
M Hepatech, 3 stage
S filter. 99.97%
Effective cleaning.
Excellent condition In
original box. $50. Call
Jason 777- 5814
4 Honda Pilot '05
Excellent condition
S low miles, leather,
S dvd, seats eight
Must sell. $26,500 OBO6.
504-6947
S Plystatlon2w/3
4I 15 foot extension
multi tap card. 6
Games, $300 for all. John
612-9998
a Saturn '01, Green
SSW, all extras, 27k
4 miles. $7000. new
- 100% financing If I
eligible. Call Lt
McMeekin 249-0938


902 Appliances
Toaster oven- Black
Sand Decker. Large
S[capacity. Toast,
kbae, or broil.
White exterior excel-
lent cond. $28. 268-2482
4 Washer/Dryer GE
SLarge capacity.
SNEWl Never used
$450 OBO. for both.
Call Mike at 813-4001 or
998- 8822
WASHER & DRYER $200.
Refrig. white $150.
Call 614- 7782

905 Articles
9 For Sale

S3 piece Contem-
pary Clock set.
Black & Gold.
Asking $20.
Call 553-6015
B 4 Tires Ford Ranger
14 in $40, Stereo
SIfloor speakers $60;
D Alum wheels off
'99 Camry $ 100 obo.
771-4674
S4x6 Utility Trailer
/ $200, laptop com-
enputer$100 dorm
refrigerator $40,
treadmill $100, German
camera $100. Shop-
smith $400 904 272-7352
$ 8MM Movie
Projector, very
Good condition,
904-387-1529
S20 gaL Fish Tank
w/stand,hood2,flter, &
more $60.
Call 287- 4159
4 30 Gallon Flshtank
Complete setup,
0l $60; Round table
iw/chairs $60; 2
nice lais $30 384.4296
AC BUSINESS LIQUIDA-
TION SALE HI lifts,
ladder rack, misc parts,
controls, supplies &
materials. 3556 St. Aug
Rd, 8am-4pm. Nov 4th.
262.0774
SBest Deal Yet 2 ULike
new 12 volts Handl-
x \l capScooter batteries,
$30 for both. Jim
904-779-0089
4 Big screen Phillips
Magnavox TV 44x58,
$50f.Car audio
StereoKenwood
KDC3025,TSAH670R
4X6 TSD690RF 6X9,Remov-
able facew/case remote
cntr $350.4pc Ent ctr
Cherrywood.back mirror &
lights w/60" TV inset $200.
Call Vickle 904-382-4611
Dell 700M Notebook
Intel Pentium pro-
lhcessor, 1-60GHz
496MB/RAM
DVD+R/RW Creative 2.1
speaker system. Carry
case chargers $1500
firm 850 377-9398
DRILL PRESS
Craftsman floor
4t stand. Good con-
dition. $150. Kero-
sene Reddi blower
heater. $40. Good for
garage heat. 246-4461
4$ For Sale -
S8mm movie projector
S 387-1529
4 .For Sale-Leisure
SBay Spa-1 year old
just like new, have
W all paper work. Call
912-882-4553
4 For Sale like new gas
stove for kitchen.
kL $250. 779-46600B0
4$ For Sale
I Trampoline $65
[ curio cabinet $150,
Stroller $25. Call
Singer at 645-8725
SFree Above Ground
SPool- Disassembled
Ready to go. Con-
tact Stephanie
542-3096 x236
4 LadlesLeather Coat
SHandbag size 12.
< $100 Suede jacket
sz13 $55. Girls sz 10
Jean Jacket boutique
$20 384-7809
4 LIL' TYKE PLAY
S HOUSE $40.00
17CALL 714-6761
SMaternity Khaki
Uniforms, shirts,
pants, skirts. One
set summer whites
$100 all. Call after 5pm.
992-8556
SMen's Leather
Cowboy Boots
S Black, size 12,
never worn, $50
Call 912-576- 3130
SMetal cabinet top,
4 opens for flies. Drawer
|L bottom storage
w/door. locable 28
inches high $25. 268-2482
MINK JACKET
Gorgeous Black, size 12,
$2500. 370-0121
4 Power House
Bench. Flex, knee,
S weight set, excel-
lent cond. Paid
$325 asking $100 obo.
Call 491-7996
4 Queen Comforter
SShams, bedsklrt,
Stwo custom cor-
nice boards, table
skirt. Call before 8pm.
269-1478. All $75.
Excellent condition
4 Sleeping Bags (5)
$30 For all, upright
SIvacuum $20, boy's
bike 20" $10, VCR
player $30 with remote
control. 782-6222
4 St. Steel Double
S sink w/faucet $10
It Sears car top car-
rier $30. Different
sizes & colors com-
forter, bareal used $10
each. 646-9542
4 SURF BOARD 10' 4"
S3 Stringer, clear, tri
lfin, rozo custom
made $395. Good
shape 821-1550
4 Three Beige Marble
SInks Ready to
l Install. All single.
Asking $10 each.
Call 553-6015
STires new mounted A
Balanced P235 70R17,
L DynaPro4e$130. ea
Call 282-4279
VIDEO ART LESSONS:
By Helen Vanwhite.
Complete TV series. 40
Video casettes, books &
brushes. 904,448.0519

91 5 Building

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

920 Business/

Workstation / CubIcles
ONLY $595
Herman Miller 8' x 8'
With Pedestal & Overhead.
Gator Office FurnIture
(904)724-5400

922 Collectables


DEPT 56 Dickens' Village
Series Christmas Houses
912-283-2919
Felr 1la 8AM 11/4 & 11/5
2575 Wingfleld Ln
Doc Inlet-Coil. Dolls old,
new Alex-Eff & more
JB btls-Xmas-SW decor
folkart supis & more
742-3928 more Info
ROLEX -Mens Datejust.
14k/SS, acrylic crystal.
silver race. mint cond,
$1795 631-6026 lv msg

925 Computers


BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. Pillow Top In
Plastic $200 (904) 674,0405
, Bed Dresser.
Snghtstand head-
board, footbaord,
railing, Simmons mat-
tress medium oak,
excellent condition,
paid $2700. Asking $900
491-7996
4 COUCH -Leather
Sw/autumn $750.
SIRod iron kitchen
table set $350 large
wicker chair $175. a/
obo. 904-537-7862
A Couch leather, w/
Ottoman $750.
,Wrought Iron
kitchen table set
t350. Large wicker chair
175. all obo.
904-537-7862
Dining Room Set
Table with 6 chairs,
hutch. Oak finish.
$200 771-5692


SBough one year
ago. Neutral color.
Like new. Changing
office Into nursery.
Asking $900. 821-4505
Mattress & box spring
sets w/frames. 1 full &
1 Qn. $75 each.270-8868


650,620



Hours



Besides protecting our country, military

personnel stationed in our communities

donated 650,620 hours of volunteer

service in Northeast Florida and

Southeast Georgia last year. Their time

was given to community organizations,

church groups, youth activities, scouting

and more.



Thank you!



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928 Electronics
Sony Wega 36" T.V.
S P.I.P 3yrs old, like
new $450.
904 529-9630 after
5pm
Subwoofer & Amp
S10" Sub in tube, no
utb ox needed.
CrossfIre 70w x 2
Amp, excellent condi-
tion $100. Call 882-5267
A Surround Receiver
Denon AVR-2500,
S Dolby, Pro-Logic,
85Wx3 Front,
25Wx2 Rear. Excellent
condition. $1100 New.
Asking $300. Call Jason
777-5814

940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

AC/Heat Window
St Un w/remote
$500. 407-421.7608
A Brother 5 In 1 Fax
S Laser Printer
JDigital copier, color
scanner, PC Fax,
paid $500. New in box
$250. 904220-7886
FIREWOOD
Stockup Now and cut
your heating cost!
Split/Seasoned Black-
jack, LIveoak &
Wateroak delivered
386-649-4261

945 Garage
Sales

Arl. Fairways Forest
3608 Hoover Ln. Sat.
7am. Fum. bikes, more
ARL-Sat 8-3pm. Multi
Fam. H'wares,jewl,
cloth,furn.kitch,sports.
Everything must go.
6652 BarwVood Dr.
(off Rogero Rd.)
E. ArL Fri. & Sat. 8-S
HH. Books, Mower,
McCormick to Challeux
to end of Lemoyne Ct.
Flem I sl SAM 11/4 &11/5
2575 Wingfield Ln
Doc Inlet-Coll. Dolls old,
new Alex-Eff & more
JB btls-Xmas-SW decor
folkart supis & more
742-3928 more info
HOLIDAY BAZAAR
Fri. Nov. 11th 12N-8pm
Sat. Nov. 12th 10am-4pm
Holiday Crafts, Baked
Goods, Etc. Woods
Community Center. 1/2
Waterway. 221-5015
MANDARIN
Sat 9am-lpm
PSI Mandarin Center.
3933 Pritmore Rd.
Mand-Ramsgate 11731
Edgemere Dr. Fri & Sat
8-lpm. Everything from
soup to nuts=
MDLBRG-2 Family Sale
Sat & Sun.1081 Cactus
Cut Rd. in Fox MeadoWs.
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Semi-Annual Fall Com-
munity Sale -Sat. Nov
5th, 8-2. Located at
Old MIddleburgand
Argyle Forest Blvd.
Each family will sell In
their own driveway.
OP-Sat Sam. Tools
marine, household.
417 Wheatfleld Ct.
ORTEGA Multi family
Sale, 1 Family Movingl
Sat. 8-3; 5925 Ortega
River Court. A lot of
everything! Furn, h'hold
items, clothes, & morel
Palm Valley-139 Palm
Valley Woods Dr.
Sat 9-4pm. Moving Sale.
Fishing gear & boat. '95
Land Rover. Misc HH
Items, plants tools.

Everything must go.
Early bird special on
Thurs 8-12. Sat 8-5
1569 Landon Ave.
W'SIDE 3 Family Sale, Fri
&Sat 8a-3p, 8716 Knoll
Dr N.; Good variety.
W'SIDE 3 FAMILY SALE
h'h items, bric & brac,
Xmas decorations,
books, jewelry, some
tools etc. Thur- Sun
Sam 6877 Edmonds Ln
W'slde-Movlng Sale
Armadillo Self Storage.#217
Blanding 1S WestConnett
Fri& Sat 9-12
W'SIDE Westland Plant.
Comm. Sale. Blanding &
Du-Clay & Collins &
Plantation Bay. Sat 8-2.
Bargain Hunters Galore

This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting0
$7/Day
7059 RamOna, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
Drawe Lawn

S Mower, 4NP, 22"
Bo rear bagger, $75,
Sears gasgas eder
$85 Accordion 120
Base deluxe, misc
building supplies. Make
offer 781-6222

9c5 Household
V955 Furniture

Antique Repro-
Sduction Parlor Set
i Floral print, king,
queen chairs,
loveseat, cherry finish,
$2200. New $1000 OBO.
Ron 622-8391

Brazilian Fox-eye pine.
$995. Call 477-9400
BDRM SET, DBL BED, hard
rock mpl, bed, dresser
w/mirror, chest, exc
cond. $900. 631-9440
BED-A- BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $115 King $140
Mere. Foam From $290
(904)674040S
Bed, BLOW OUT
NEMATrREiSES
Warehouse Showroom
Low Overhead=U Save
Must sell Todayll
Twin Sets $79-195
Full Sets $99-$295
Queen Sets $135-$395
King Sets $250 -$495
Memory Foam close- out
334-8573 or 5057941
BED -A BRAND NAME
QUEEN SET $80 KING
120 new, w/ warranty
can deliver 904-391-0015
BED BABY SOFT PILLOW
TOP -Queen size In
plastic $179 must sell
904-858-9350
SB E D Queen.
I mahogany with
\l)matching dresser
-and mirror excel-
lent condition. Buy
$600. was $1800. Call
904-233-1931 or
904-536-8870
Bedrm kg sz set. walnut
dbl dresser w/mirror, 2
night stands, hutch
/hdbrd. $175. 249-0307





5 Pc Oak Dinette $19S
2 Pc Sofa&Chalr From$298
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
VCR's From $10
20" Color TV's From $75
4 Drawer Chests $66



BILLIARD TABLE
Brunswick, mint cond;
light set for over pool
table; dart set; $3500
obo. 904-291-4102
Bose Floor Spjaken
SSOlsGreat sound,
Excel. cond. $250 pair.
904- 529- 9630 aft 5pm


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your old Series E Bonds are no longer earning
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955 Household
Furniture
SMoving Dual
T Recllner
Love seat blue,
excellent condition
made by Berkllne $75.
Jim 904-779-0089
N'SIDE BIG BIG SALE!
Sat. 9:30- 3:00. furn. TVs,
stereos, collectable,
knickknacks, dishes,
king size water bed set.
etc. 234 Woodrow St.
., Oak Tables $150.
S31iecenooktable &
lchalrs S175, Pictures,
Greenery pieces
negotiable., Call
Mrs. Graham 710-3298
QN SLEEPER Maroon
Floral, Pink Flora Couch.
pr Bamboo chairs w/
pink cushions 730-2728
SSofa Love Seat &
Chair-Tan, very
tie comfortable $500
OBO. Call Mike at
813-4001 or 998.-8822
4. Solid Oak King
SQueen Headboard
tL with lights, mirror
storage, two
nightstands. Top stor-
age cabinets, triple
dresser $675 276-3736
9. South Western 6pc
/ Bedroom Set $1200
BIuleather couchwith
Autumn $750. Cof-
fee/end tables $350 Call
(904)537-7862
SSW Furn TV Armoir
t T$400. Coffee/end
D able set $350.
couch shelf $200.
small TV stand $175.
desk /chair all obo.
904-537-7862
4 Two each Mattress
Sets $75.One set &
$50 for the other.
Call 904-276-7944
A Youth/Child "Loft
I Bed" Includes five
drawerser, desk,
storage and mat-
tresses $250. 268- 5801
596 r Machinery
& Tools
HONDA GENERATOR
EM5000SX like new
$1700. 904-200-2570

965 Medical

Wheelchair Electric
$1000; Electric Chair
$100; 745-5991
Music l
970 Merchandise/
Services
A Saxophone
Like new, $600
407-421-7608

980 Sporting
Goods
Bushnell" Legend"
binoculars, in Mossy Oak
camo pattern, 8x26,
new In box, never used.
$100 ($130 value). ideal
for hunting, birding.
Price firm, serious calls
only, 287-9729 or leave
msg at 287-0917
Ducks Unlimited Rainsult
Gore-Tex. Advantage
Camouflage, Quad
Parker. Like-new. Top
has insulated liner
jacket for cold weather
warmth. $275 ($400
value). Perfect for all
cold, wet hunting. Price
firm, serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287-0917
Exercise Equip-
Sment Olympic style
I weight bench,
Includes 350 lbs
weights w/dumbbells
$200. Stair stepper $50.
Treadmill $75. Must Sell
Mark 904- 757-7817
GOLF CART Red, plus
charger, great for kids.
$750. 964-233-60S9
4 Golf clubsRam gold
3pw,l-3.5 woods
Sbag$0. Dunlop irons
3- pw $35. 771- 0365
4, Moving Must Selll
SWelder Exerciser
1| System. Same as
BoFlex, 5 months
old $175Jim
904-779-0089
Pool Tables New
Huge Carved $1895 All
Maple No Formica. 1/2
Price Today 334-8573
Remington.22-250 Rifle
Ammunition
Centerflre, new, 200
round cases @ $125
($200 value). Price firm,
serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287-0917
Remington Hunting
Boots, size 9V2, Mossy
Oak camo pattern, 400
grain Thinsulate insu-
latlon, bob soles, new
in box with tags, Ideal
for all hunting. $125
($200 value). Price firm,
serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287-0917
S. East GA Still Hunting
Club. Lots of Deer,
turkey & bear.Borders
Okefenokee Swamp.
Call 912-496-4998
or 912-552-2332
SSchwinn Comp,
Bowflex .like new
< $550. 412-6063





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

1005 Livestock
& Supplies
YEARLING GELDING
AQHA/IF Bay Out-
standing HUS prospect.
Currently 15-1 hands,
expected to be 16-1+
hands when grown.
Sister is 2005 ABRA
World Champion in
Hunter Hack. $9.500.
Serious inquires call
(352)486-7031



V ADORABLE Y


1010 Pet's &
1 Supplies

Blchon Frise pups, s/w,
hith cert, non shedding,
778-3263/742-6333
CHIHUAHUA PUPS All
colors. Lrg size.
$450 $650. 904- 282- 4257
Dachshund Pups AKC.
S.H. Minis M/F $400-
$450 cash.449-4267
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
AKC, 8 weeks, health
cert. shots, $600ea.
Day: 904-545-7134 or
Eve: 904-879- 7573
Itaa GREAT DANE
PUPPIES
AKC &CKC i
ePuppies ready to
go, black mantle,
big bonedPOP. Call I
L atty or Jenny at
259-2101 |

GREAT DANE PUPS
AKC/CKC. HC, S&W, M/F
POP, $700. 904-259-4781
Green Cheeks Conures
for sale, 3mo old $100
each. 904-651-2999
Himalayan kitten
1 year & a half old. All
shots/spayed/declawed.
Beautiful/blue eyes.
Great w/kids. $150.
997-1285
Italian Greyhounds top
quality, all ages, & new
litter, all AKC 291-6859
LAB MIX $50 to good
home, lyr old,
645-0027
LABRADOODLES AKC
parents, blk $390, Apric.
$590. 706-556-0504
Mn Pin pups CKC, 3ma/
2 fern. 1 ma 1.5yr old.
591-4447 or 777-8385
PIT BULL PUPS -Reg. all
shots/ papers, Red
nose or seal. 998-4138
Pltbull pups-blue, Bwks
old. 4 fem/2 ma. ADBA
reg.$600. 2 chocolate
ADBA $150. All have
shots & HC. 509-3498
SHELTIE PUPS-ACA, 1F/
3M, Sble/Wht, Rdy 11/12
$5OOcash, 904-880-4154
Toy Poodle CKC-M, 7mo.
black, well groomed
S/W. $300 536-7926
YORKIE PUPS AKC. Ready
for good homes now. HC,
M-$600, F$700. 445-8127






Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
I2s Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1318 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340 T1rucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats

$ CASH PAID $
Boats or Yachts 545-.8303
171 BLUESTAR '74 In/Out
mtr, trir, Incl 85shp Merc,
batt. charger & other
extras. Neg. 768-8797
., 17ftL Hydrostream
S Vector Johnson,
4,0 115HP, Notilt/Tri
galvanized trailer
$1600. 384-7809
2000 Triton
4 TR186,l5OhpYama
| ha 18.5'.fuly
loaded $14,800 OBO
904-779-4923
22' 2001 Pro Sports Kat
w/traller, less then 100
hrs. twin 115 Yamahas,
4 stroke, marine radio,
GPS, fish finder wind-
less & morel $32,900.
904-282-7643
23ft Boston Whaler
Outrage '98-225
Johnson. T-top loaded,
well maintained, dry
stacked, low hours
$30k. 850-984-563Y


1205 Boats
24' "90 Chaparral Vlllan 3
Big block, red, very nice,
loud & pretty! $15,000.
386- 937-3128 Palatka
'96 Sea Doo With
Double trailer
$1800 firm. Call for
t all details (Jim)
904-529 8263 or cell
phone 645-2303
Rescue Please Older
4 Slamese,neutered,decl
1 awed companion
cat.Also,neutered
yellow house cat. Orange
Park area. 282-5452
WANTED Boats,
motors, trailers -
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440

1230 RV's &
A23 Supplies
30' KEYSTONE COUGAR
'01 5th WhI 2 slides
very good cond. Ext'd
wrty. $13K 904-783-4588
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800541-6439

#CASH PAID$
Vs, MHs, TTs 545-8303
Qa Coleman Key West
SCamper'96. Sleeps
\ 6. AC fridge, stove,
sink, king beds,
great condion
542. 3320 x130 $3200
278-3366
FLEETWOOD 31' 1989
Anniv. Edt. Great shape,
79km $8500. 727.42053664

*- -_* *** *
LETUS SELL YOUR RV
AT NO COSTTO YOU
Sales...Service...
Parts...Rentals...
RIVERS BUS &
RV SALES
1-10 West Exit #351
Whitehouse
www.RlveroRV.com
800-253-0224
(904) 783-0313

Trail Lite '03-Travel
STrailer 26ft w/slldeout.
Very clean only used a
few times. Kept under
carport. 912-882-4899
$14,500

1300 Motorcycles
4 Harley 1200XL '99
10k Miles
S Screaming Eagle
Pipes. Color-Aztec
orange Diamond Ice
$5500 firm. Call 282- 5513


2000ml, take over pymnt
$420m. 912-729-8973
Honda 750 Shadow ACE
'03-windshield, roll
bar, sissy bar.3200 ml,
garage kept. $5100.
79-1837/591-6252

5kml, lots of extras Runs
grt. $3800. 904.379-8273
HONDA Shadow VLX '05,
white, 2200 mi, wind-
shield, $4500 270-0152
S Large Gas Pow-
Sered Scooter. Like
SI f new. Keyed Ignl-
tlon plus foot start.
Low mileage. Best offer

4, SuzukI 800 Intruder
t Midnight blue,
Custom seat,
windshield,
saddlebags 651-5530
$3500 Very good con-
dition. Garage kept

1310 Auto Parrts
4 A et of 4 aluminum
Srimsdflve lug, Ford
lw/procomp tires 15In.
31x10.50, 10k ml. $500
OBO Ron 622-8391
4, Tire 1-new
215/75/R15, also
| Chevy Astro Alum
Rim $49. Must sell.
Call (904)278-6251
TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt
Starting $389 Free tow
In house financing avall.
272-3544 / 888- 420-3880


1325 Automotive
4 Sale classic
S1977,Mercedes Benz
1450SLC,4800 OBO.
Must see. Call Eddie
904-412-2466 or email
Cenquae@hotmall.com
ACURA CL'99
Sunroof All Power $6990
777-5500
BMW 32SiA 2004
Auto, sunroof, leather
$27,688 Call 371- 4728
BMW 3251A 2005
Auto. Prem Pkg.
$29,488. 371-4728
BMW 33012004
Performance Pkg, 18" rims,
Loaded $33,988371-4728
BMW 52iA 2002 Auto,
pre pkg, only 33k ml. Certi-
ied $29,98 371-4728
BMW 5251A 2003 Auto,
Premium pkg, Xenons,
Certified $30,788 371-4728
BMW 5401 '99- 6spd,
67kmi, silver, $18,900.
353-1002/733-4015
BMW 5451A 2004
Auto, prem pkg. VS, like new
$49,788 371-4728
BMW 7401L 2001
Sport Pkg. Loaded, Clean
$29,788 Call 371-4728
BMW M3c|c 2005
SMG, HK Sound 19" wheels,
Loaded $5388 371-4728
BMW M RDSTR '01
Very rare, Loaded $26,788
Call 371.4728
BUICK REGAL LS '98
auto, 138K ml.,good
cond, $3500 230-1810


Rlie in Uadillac style!
$3888. COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
4 Chrysler 5th Ave
S'85 For Sale or new
V parts. Battery, fuel
pump, alternator,
hoses, belts, tires, etc.
Call 955-3442 or
278-6251
', Chrysler LHS '99
c lean, fully loaded
runs great, 152ki ml
m'only $6,000 Call
Sam 904-334-7573
SCMcSI ZCmtr
1990,A/C, Perfor-
\1 mance parts J&L
Audio Alpine head
unitwing west body kit $3K
OBO. 349-3751/777-3963
DODGE NEON '05 Low ml,
need to sell fast. $212
mo wac. Call 771-9100
DODGE STRATUS '05 very
sharp, cleanest In town ,
must sell very quickly
$10,975. Call 389-7700
DODGE STRATUS "05S
Like New All Pwr Take Over
Payments $279 per mo
$13,990777.

DODGE STRATUS RT '05
sporty 2d, low ml, must
sell $250mo wac 771-9100
FORD TAURUS '04. Very
low ml, must sell fast
$210mo. wac. 771-9100
HONDA ACCORD EX '98
gas saver, 1 ownr, sun rf
exc cond. $7000 642-8445
HONDA CIVIC EX 97, blk
5spd, mnrf, 83Kml, tint
$5400. 904-705-4204
JAGUAR XI8 VDP '98. very
o10 ml,4dmust sell, wont
last. $10,988. 771-9100
JAGUAR XKE +2 VI '72.
AC, excellent shape,
priced for Immediate
sale $15,845. 389-7700
4 Jeep ULberty
Renegade '02
S Silver, very sharp!
47,000 miles. Ask-
ing $13,500 OBO. Call
Nikki 912-882-6636 or
912-258.4839

KIA SPECTRA '04. Fully
loaded, in excellent
shape, will finance with
$200 down. 389-7700
Lexus LS400 '94
SLoaded, leather,
multi-cd, excel-
lent condition,
white. 100,000 miles
$6900 OBO. Phone
386-5395
LEXUS LS430 2004
Ultra Pkg, Navigation, Loaded
$49,988 371-4728
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '00
56,000 MILES VERY NICE
$11,990 777-5500
Mazda MIata '93
Accident drivers side,
rebuild or parts. Strong
engine, new water
pump, alternator$500
OBO 465- 3748
MERCEDES BENZ 300SL
Convert. '91-Bik- Palo-
mino Lthr, Pwr top/Hrd
top, records & exc
cond. $12,500. 288-0866


Skippy's






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BLACK, STICK, VERY FAST


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97 BMW 3181CONV,
BLACK, AUTO




2125 State Road 16

St. Augustine, FI 32084

Call: 827-1230

Fax: 827-1240


1325 Automotive
SMercedes 450SL
Roadster '74 2dr
r ed w/tan Interior.
Conv./Hard Top
Orig Fl. Tag. AC-AT.
Cover & manuals
$13,900 Call
904- 278-6251 or 542-8894
MERCEDES CLK 430 2001
Auto, Loaded, Nice Car
$25,988371-4728
MITSUBISH GT3000 '97
45K miles 6cyl 5spd,
$11,600. Call 859-2782
MITSUBISHI
4I DIAMANTE '95
SI 6-Disc, green,
leather 134k,
24m ,$4fldoobo.
Marshall 904-557-1143

Extra low mile!
Great on gas. $6990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000


Trucks I
1340 Trailers/
SUV's




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Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
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m-5500-
FORD EXPEDITION XLT'03
31,000 Miles All The Toys
$19,990 777-5500


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
Ford Explorer XLT
'00 Loaded,
i l Immaculate,
leather, CD, new
tires battery. V6 SOHC
$9250 00. 16- 7197
FORD FISO XLT 4x4 04
4x4 Crew Cab. Immac
cond can finance with
zero down. Call 389 7700
SFord F350 '00 Black
l Fully loaded, 97k
| miles, $16500 OBO.
Call Chris at .
772-7031 or 553-0056
FORD RANGER XLT '00 4d
very low mi, need to
sell now $6995.771-9100

Black, owner, exc cond,
$14,995. 642-1494


Trucks I
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
GMC SONOMA EXT CAB
'00. Great condition,
loaded must sell very
fast $5975. Call 389 7700
HONDA CRV '97 black,
grt cond. AT all pwr, AC
CD, $7500 Oobo 264- 8655
HONDA CRV'9 9
Very clean, low miles.
$6995. Call 771-9100
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Weekly peciall $3990
OGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Honda Pilot Ex '05
SWith leather dvd
I and low miles.
Great vehicle. Must
sell $26,500 298.3484
504- 6947
S Jeep Cherokee
S 2001-
It Sport PW, PDL, AT,
107k ml, $6400.
729-8552


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of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



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1660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000

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1340 Trailers!
SUV's

LINCOLN NAVIGATOR '01
LOW Miles Showroom Cond.
$15,990 777.5500
TOYOTA RAV4 03. Very
low ml, must sell fast
$298mo wac. 771-9100
TOYOTA RAV4 '02. Low
miles, sport. $15,988.
Call 771-9100
TOYOTA TUNDRA '04 4dr
low ml, must sell fast
$298mo wac. 771-9100
TOYOTA TUNDRA 04 very
low ml, very cin, won't
last $15,988. 771-9100
VOLVO V70 XC '02
AWD, Sunroof, Leather
$18,990 777-500

1345 Vans/Buses
DODGE CARAVAN '05
loaded, low ml, Immac.
shape for Immediate
sale $15,395. 389- 7700


LEXUS OF JACKSONViLLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd, 721-5000




4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


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11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992

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1345 Vans/Buses
4, Mazda MPV
2002-leather,CD,Sun-
l roofocapt. chalrsnew
tlres,24mpg,low
mllesexc cond. $13,500
Call 504-6947

SMazda MPV-'93
Very good cond,
b AC, PS/PB,$300,
891-9454

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98 Carry the famly$4990
CO9 1IN POtIV1AC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

SNilssan Quest Mini Van
/. QXE, Very good cond.
N Alloptons except
912-2-48

PLYMOUTH GRAND
VOYAGER -'98
well maintained. 78k ml,
1 owner, $4000.777-9353


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10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455

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10231 Atlantc Blvd. 724-1080



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9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


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10980 Atantic Blvd. 642-0200



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10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
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11211 Aantic Blvd. 642-1500
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