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Creation Date: November 10, 2005
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Great American Smoke Out Coming Up
Page 4


Preparing for PRT
Fitness Center Offers Numerous Programs
Pages 8-9


Card Contest
MWR Sponsoring Holiday Event
Page 16


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER


10, 2005


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A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


Sailors of the Quarter recognized

By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor


ighty-three Sailors of the Quarter (SOQ) for the
third quarter from NAS Jacksonville and area ten-
ant commands were recognized during a barbecue
Nov. 1 at the NAS Jax BOQ pavilion. Senior personnel
from the various commands, co-workers, family and
friends attended the event.
Capt. Lawrence Cotton, chief of staff for Commander,
Navy Region Southeast was the guest speaker. During his
speech, Cotton praised and challenged the Navy's future
leaders.
"The best way to get ahead in your Navy career is to
break out from your peers," said Cotton. "That you should
be recognized for doing so and for making the most of your
career is outstanding."
"Today's Navy is all about taking care of our people. The
Chief of Naval Operations' (CNO) guiding principles are
all about people and not about things. Dedication to peo-
ple, team work, accountability, integrity, leadership and
alignment among organizations are some of his top priori-
ties," Cotton continued. "Everything we do today is people
oriented. Therefore, I want to emphasize how important
leadership is at every level to make this Navy work. Every
one of you is a leader in the making. Take advantage of all
of the opportunities that come your way. Just like the
CNO said, 'Listen, learn and lead.'"
NAS Jacksonville Command Master Chief CMCDM(SW)
Chris Green thanked all present for mentoring and sup-
porting their Sailors and explained why it's important to
hold SOQ events. "Events like this one let our young
Sailors know that we care about them. That we are here
to motivate and teach them how to succeed," he said.
"Being publicly recognized as a future leader in front of
such a diverse crowd is very significant. I hope our SOQs
here today are enjoying this moment and continue to push
forward in their Navy career."
"I also want to take a moment to recognize the people
and organizations that made this event possible," Green
added. "The folks at VyStar and Geico. The USO, NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department and Navy
Exchange (NEX). Without them, we would not have the


Eighty-three Sailors of the Quarter from NAS Jacksonville and tenant commands pose for the camera
and awards presentation in recognition of their accomplishments.


gifts that are presented to our Sailors."
One of the SOQ winners was Navy Legal Service Office
(NLSO) Jacksonville Senior SOQ LN2(AW) Shallon
McGuire. "I'm feeling great. I think it's wonderful that I
have been recognized for all that I do in my command and
out in the community," McGuire stated. "I have been in
the Navy for five years and plan to go to school and stay
Navy."
Lt. Erin Baxter, officer in charge of NLSO Southeast
said, "Petty Officer McGuire was selected for SOQ because
she continually steps above and beyond the call of duty.
She exceeds the expectations of the position of leading
petty officer by serving as a mentor to all junior Sailors."
Another elated winner was a Sailor from Fleet Area


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
following a barbecue


Control and Surveillance Facility Jacksonville, OS3 Jason
Henderson.
"This is my second time receiving this award and I am
honored," he said. "Hard work, commitment and dedica-
tion to my job have earned me this recognition. I joined
the Navy to become a SEAL, however, my eyesight is not
20/20. Therefore, I am waiting until I turn 21 to have cor-
rective eye surgery and apply."
After lunch was served, the Sailors were each called to
the podium where Cotton and VyStar Financial Counselor
Michael Ross presented them with a gift bag courtesy of
the NAS Jax NEX, a $50 savings bond courtesy of VyStar
Credit Union and tickets courtesy of the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO.


Photo by J01 Mike England
A NAS Jacksonville Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation Department
bus arrives at the NAS Jax Commis-
sary parking lot to pick up Federal
Emergency Management Agency
employees.


NAS Jacksonville

personnel support

Wilma relief

By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
he men and women of NAS
Jacksonville have been hard
at work providing around
the clock support to the Federal
Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) since relief efforts began
here Oct. 21.
FEMA has been using NAS Jax
as its base of operations to deliver
relief supplies to the victims of
Hurricane Wilma, which made
landfall in south Florida Oct. 24.
NAS Jax officials didn't have
much time to plan for FEMA's
arrival, but were nonetheless
excited to host the agency for the
second year in a row.
"FEMA wasn't sure if Wilma
was going to drift further north or
not, so they had to wait until the
See FEMA, Page 13


Jacksonville Jaguars players Cortez
Navy Reservists Oct. 25.


Hankton (85) and Alvin Pearman


Photos by PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
(34) sign autographs for mobilizing


Jags visit NAS Jax reservists
ByO 1 Mike England ',.
Assistant Editor


embers of the Jacksonville Jaguars and
city of Jacksonville government visited
the NAS Jacksonville Armed Forces
Reserve Center Oct. 25 in support of Navy
Reserve Professional Development Center
(NRPDC), New Orleans and deploying Naval
Reservists.
Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron 26 (NCWG-
26), Mobile Intro Underwater Warfare Unit 207
(MIUWU-207) and Inshore Boat Unit 28 (IBU-
28) began their mobilization processes two weeks
ago in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
NRPDC, New Orleans moved to NAS Jackson-
ville after Hurricane Katrina struck the city of
New Orleans.
Jacksonville Jaguars players Cortez Hankton
and Alvin Pearman spoke to the NRPDC, New
Orleans Sailors about courage and sacrifice.
"I can't imagine what you guys must be going
through," Hankton said. "Too many people refer
to athletes as heroes whenever they make a big
play. The word hero is the most overused word in
sports. I think you guys are the real heroes."
Hankton and Pearman spent time signing


Jacksonville Jaguars Running Back Alvin Pearman
signs a jersey for Navy Reserve Professional Devel-
opment Center, New Orleans Sailor HMC Marty
Caberera.
autographs and talking to the displaced
reservists before heading to the meeting hall to
visit with the mobilizing reservists.
Pearman told the reservists about the admira-
tion he has for service members.
"I wanted to come out here to show my sup-
See JAGUARS, Page 13


Veterans


Day, 2005

A Proclamation
By the President of
the United States of America
niericans owe a great debt
of gratitude to those who
have sacrificed for our liber-
ty and for the security of ourL
nation. We express deep apprecia-,
tion to our veterans the men
and women who stepped forward
when America needed them, tri-
umphed over brutal enemies, liber-
ated continents, and answered the
prayers of millions around the
globe.
From the beaches of Normandy
and the snows of Korea to the
mountains of Afghanistan and the
deserts of Iraq, our courageous
veterans have sacrificed so that
Americans and others could live in
freedom. As we mark the 60th
anniversary of the end of World
War II this year, we remember the
millions of veterans who crossed
oceans and defeated two of the
most ruthless military forces the
world has ever known. The free-
dom that the children and grand-
children of these veterans now
enjoy is a monument to their fall-
en comrades and the generations
of patriots who have served our
country.
Through their commitment to
freedom, America 's veterans have
lifted millions of lives and made
our country and the world more
secure. They have demonstrated to
us that freedom is the mightiest
force on Earth. We resolve that
See PROCLAMATION, Page 10


TO U HIaNG AAnnual Turkey Trot This is also a Captain's Cup event with commands receiving participation points
TOUCHING and points for the top three finishers in the male and female active duty divisions.
The annual Turkey Trot 5K run will be held Nov. 17 at 11:30 a.m. on Perimeter Road There will be some turkeys given away and free T-shirts for the first 50 runners who
B near the Antenna Farm. The event is free and open to all authorized gym patrons, register.
There will be four divisions: men's active duty; women's active duty; men's open; and Runners can sign up at the base gym or fitness center. For more information, call
women's open with awards for first, second, and third place in each division. 542-3239.
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For the names of the Sailor of the Quarter honorees, see Page 14.





2 Jax Air NHWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 10, 2005


FROM THE FLEET


Leaving the N
By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
If you think what I'm
about to tell you sounds
like an advertisement,
you're right on the money.
Here goes: If you're think-
ing about leaving active
duty anything short of a
career, you need to consider
the Navy Reserve. Pretty
simple huh?
:.Just because you leave
active duty doesn't mean
you have to sever all ties.
with the Navy. I'm going to
give you a few great rea-
sons why the Navy Reserve
might be a perfect fit in
your life after active duty.
Before I tell you why you
need to consider the Navy
Reserve, however, I want
you to think about why you
are thinking about leaving
active duty? If you're like
most of the Sailors I talk to,
it'". either because you
desire to go to school full
time, or you don't want to
deal with long separations
from your families. I cer-
t4inly understand that.
.'Active duty Navy life is
demanding and while some
find this lifestyle attractive,
sojne of you may decide
civilian life is more attrac-
ti~ve. Nonetheless, I suspect
many of you may not be
aware that leaving the
Navy doesn't have to mean


Savvy? Have you considered the Reserves?


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
a complete divorce from our
sea service. You decision
doesn't need to be all or
nothing.
In case you don't know
the numbers, the Navy
Reserve represents 20 per-
cent of the Navy's total
assets. The Navy Reserve
is a full partner with the
Navy's active duty compo-
nent, performing incredible
work in every corner of our
Navy.
Today, more than 4,500
Navy Reservists are mobi-
lized around the globe in
support of the global war
on terrorism and other
important missions. You
could be a part of that team
and serving as a Navy
Reservists could give you
the best of both worlds -
work as a civilian and also
serve in the Navy.


Here are some of the top
reasons you should consid-
er joining the Navy Reserve
when you leave active duty:
Drill Pay You will
receive four days of base
pay for every two days of
weekend drilling. You also
receive full pay and
allowances for meals and
housing during your two-
week Annual Training.
Retirement You will
become eligible for retire-
ment pay at age 60, follow-
ing 20 years of credible
service (active duty com-
bined with Reserve). Think
about this for a moment.
We all want to believe we'll
be financially set at age 60.
However, how sure are you?
If you have eight years of
active service, and you do
12 years of Reserve service,
you would be eligible to
draw retirement pay at age
60. That's not a bad trade
off in my opinion.
Promotions As a
Reservist, you will receive
ample opportunities for
advancement. It's very
much the same as when
you are on active duty,
other than Reservists com-
pete against other
Reservists.
Travel Depending on
the unit you affiliate with,
you may have the opportu-
nity to travel to some great
places in the world to per-
form your annual training.


Many Reservists love the
Navy Reserve for this rea-
son alone.
I could go on and on
about all the benefits, but I
want you to consider anoth-
er factor that might help
you at least look into the
Navy Reserve.
Have you considered that
maybe you will leave the
Navy, and. then, after
spending some time in the
civilian job market, might
decide you miss the Navy
and want to come back onto
active duty? Sound odd?
Well, it just so happens
that more people return to
active duty than you may
imagine. It's a very com-
mon occurrence.
If you are a Navy
Reservist, the path back to
active duty is easier than if
you are not a Reservist.
But, here's the biggest
financial benefit.
Say for instance you have
five years of active duty,
then leave active duty and
join the Navy Reserve and
spend five years in the
Reserve. Then, you decide
to come back on active duty.
When you return to
active duty you would have
accumulated five years of
active duty (from before),
but will be paid as an E5
over 10 years because your
pay entry base date incor-

See RESERVES, Page 4


,ON THE HOMEFRONT


A hard lesson in sacrifice in New Orleans


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


Often I think military families
believe they have the monopoly
on suffering. To us, it seems our
spouses are the only ones who leave.
They are the only ones who sacrifice
family for duty.
.And honestly, it's hard think other-
wise when you're standing on the pier
with two babies on your hip and your
spouse is disappearing up the gang-
plank of a gray aircraft carrier.
.IBut then you hear stories-especially
of late-about electricians who leave
their families for months a time to
repair lines downed by Florida hurri-
canes. About firefighters who leave
their wife and children on a moment's
notice to answer a call. Or even about
doctors who are paged during their
daughter's piano recital and have to
leave.
A llat once it becomes apparent that
thousands of families-families whose
loved ones are in a position of serv-
ice-sacrifice on a daily basis.
,-And that's why the story about New
(*leans police officers deserting their
p.sts is so shocking to those of us mar-
ried to one of America's many service
people.
.Lt. Henry Waller, a police officer
accused of leaving his post at the New
Ofleans Police Department during
hurricane Katrina, recently was quot-
ed on CNN's Paula Zahn Now saying,
"fit a time of ultimate crisis, who needs
nr6 more, the police department or my
wife?"




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ilies have encountered at some time or
another. Fathers die while their sons
are serving overseas, and sometimes it
isn't feasible for the service member to
take leave to attend the funeral.
Women give birth to children and send
the news to their deployed husbands
over the Internet. Grandmothers get
sick. Fathers-in-law are hospitalized.
Children get pneumonia. And more
often than not,, the service member
cannot abandon his job to help his
family. Even if his/her spouse is crying
and desperate and feeling all alone.
Cyntheia, Waller's teary wife, was
quoted on the same show saying, "I
need my husband. And if they want to
blame somebody for him leaving, tell
them to blame me, because it was me
who was literally begging him to stay.
Call me a coward. Call me selfish."
"Coward" and "selfish" were not the
first words that came to mind as I lis-
tened to Waller and his wife. In fact, I
had a lot of empathy for them. There
have been times I watched my hus-
band, Dustin pack his seabag and
begged him not to leave. I know those
feelings of desperation and fear. But
what I can't understand is Waller's
decision to give in to those fears and to
ultimately desert his post.
Lt. Troy Savage, also of the New
Orleans Police Department, said on
Paula Zahn Now, "Everybody had a
wife...Everybody needed to see them.
But we didn't. We all didn't flee,"
expressing perfectly in those short
words the pride and the sacrifice of a


life of service.
Firefighters, police officers, soldiers,
doctors-all these people have devoted
their lives to the service of others.
They have taken an oath. And the deli-
cate safety net of our country hinges
largely on their ability to uphold that
oath. The civil unrest that occurred in
New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
is a clear example of how quickly our
society breaks down when the people
who have promised to protect us don't
live up to that. What if all the police in
New Orleans abandoned their posts?
What if everyone fled when their
wives begged them to?
What if every soldier in combat who
is afraid and worried about his family
(and I can assure you they all are)
deserted his men? What if they just
gave up?
Waller defends his actions. "I left
[the department] in a bad situation,
but I would have been leaving my wife
in a worse situation," he said on CNN.
And he claims the aftermath has
caused him to lose sleep. Probably not
as much sleep as his co-workers in the
department have lost making up his
shifts, I'm inclined to think.
Savage and others who stayed say
they resent deserters like Waller. I
imagine their families do, too. But I
hope their consolation will be in know-
ing that those who upheld their oaths,
and those who waited while their
loved one stayed, are the true heroes
in any situation.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


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HM3 RYRN GORDON

Job title/command:
Data Integrity, Navy
Medicine Support Command

SHometown: San Diego


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: Hospitalman Corps
? "A" School, Great Lakes Ill.

SCareer Plans: To attend Independent Duty
Hospital Corpsman School.

Most Interesting Experience:
Participating in Operatiori Bulldog earlier this
year.

Words of Wisdom: Good things come to
those who wait.




PERRY DRIVER

Job title/command:
S^ NAS Jax Explosives Safety
Officer


Hometown: Live Oak, Fla.


I Family Life: I've been married for 38 years.

Past Duty Stations: Federal contractor
with AMSEC, LLC in Virginia Beach, Va., for
the past two years.


SCareer Plans: To continue working as long
Sas needed and excellent health prevails.

Most Interesting Experience: Taking
part in the construction of the aircraft carrier
USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).

Words of Wisdom: Practice is what you
get when you don't get what you want.



Flu vaccines now available

From Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is now administering
influenza vaccine to TRICARE beneficiaries. This
year, the vaccine is offered to all TRICARE Prime,
Plus and Standard patients, regardless of hospital enroll-
ment. Just present your military ID card.
All patients, adults and children, are encouraged to get
vaccinated. The vaccine is available in all outpatient
clinic areas: OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Family Medicine and
Internal Medicine as well as at the Branch Health
Clinics (BHCs). (BHC patients should call ahead to be
sure adequate supplies are on hand.)
The vaccine is offered in injectable or mist forms.
There are contraindications for some people taking the
mist. Patients will be screened for specific contraindica-
tions for both forms of the vaccine at the clinics before it
is administered.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat' Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer J02(SW) Bill Larned
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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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.




JaxAlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 10, 2005


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4 laxAIr NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 10, 2005


The Great American Smoke Out saves lives


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
CWO2 Brian Hosang (left) gratefully accepts a framed copy of his appointment letter from
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson, during his commissioning ceremony Oct.
27 at the NAS Jax BOQ pavilion.


Security chief commissioned


warrant officer in ceremony


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
In a special ceremony Oct. 27 at the NAS
Jax BOQ pavilion, MAC Brian Hosang of
the NAS Jax Security Department was
commissioned a chief warrant officer by
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson. Several members of his family and.
numerous friends and coworkers attended
the event.
-"This has been a long time coming. I've
been waiting for this for quite awhile. This
was the third time I have submitted my
package to become a naval officer. I started
this endeavor a couple years ago along with
my friend, Ensign Anthony Blackwell. He is
a former chief master-at-arms (MA) and
made it last year, but I didn't," said Hosang.
"I was going to give up but he encouraged
me to put in my package again. Since I've
been in the Navy for 18 years, I had to go
the warrant officer route."
A native of St. Petersburg, Fla., Hosang
enlisted in the Navy in 1987 after graduat-
ing high school. "I came in because it
seemed like a good idea. Some of my friends
were going to enlist with me but they
backed ou t at the last minute," he said.
Hosang's first tour was on board USS
Charleston in Norfolk, Va., where he
became a boatswain's mate. After transfer-
ring to USS Whidbey Island, Hosang decid-
ed to convert to the MA rating. After attend-
ing MA "A" school at Lackland Air Force
Base in San Antonio, Texas, he reported to
USS Mount Whitney where he advanced to
petty officer first class.
After completing police investigator train-
ing in Anniston, Ala., Hosang transferred to
Bahrain for a two-year tour. His next tour
took him to Amphibious Construction
Battalion Two in Little Creek, Va., where he


was promoted to chief petty officer and
served as the chief master-at-arms. In 2001,
Hosang reported to NS Mayport as the
physical security officer. During this tour, he
also completed his bachelor of arts degree in
criminology from the University of
Hartford. He reported to NAS Jax in 2004
as the assistant chief of police, station chief
investigator and physical security officer.
Hosang will attend Officer Candidate
School in January in Pensacola, Fla., fol-
lowed by detainee operations training at
Fort Lewis in Gulfport, Miss., before he
transfers to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for a
one-year unaccompanied tour in March.
"After my tour in Cuba, I'm not sure
where I'll eind up. I definitely plan to stay in
the Navy for awhile," continued Hosang. "It
took so long to get where I'm at in my
career. I'm hoping to move up in the war-
rant officer community."
So what advice does he have for other
enlisted members looking to join the officer
ranks? "Don't give up, always keep trying. If
I had just given up after the first time I
tried to do this, I would never be where I am
today. Keep charging," stated Hosang. "I
have several great mentors who guided me
through the process CW04 Jeff Barone, Lt.
Don Smith and CW04 Steve Hagle. They
always told me to keep going and keep try-
ing. I'm glad I listened to them."
"Of course my family has also been a big
inspiration. My wife, Stephanie, son, Cody
and daughter, Kylie are always there to sup-
port me and accept my career as part of
their lives," Hosang continued. "And, my
parents, Joyce and Ernest, have always
been my biggest fans. My mom's advice was
always 'never give up' and my dad's was,
'the harder you work the luckier you get.' I
think I've been pretty lucky."


RESERVES: Something to think about after the Navy


From Page 2

ljorates each good Reserve
year. How does that help
you? Well, look at the pay
charts...I think it's obvi-
o.us. You get monetary
credit for your Reserve
years. For many, that
means they return to
active duty without losing
anything, financially
speaking.
I have two challenges
I'd like to offer. The first
is for any of you who
Light be thinking of leav-
ing the Navy. Make sure
you talk with your career
counselor about the Navy
Reserve before you depart
active duty.
You should also be



Crispers
presents..._


briefed at TAP. I also
challenge you to contact a
Navy recruiter immediate-
ly after you depart the
Navy to learn more.
If you choose to join the
Navy Reserve within 90
days of leaving active
duty, all your current
paperwork and medical
information is current and
the process is quick and
easy. Beyond 90 days you
will need a new physical
and there's more paper-
work...but nonetheless,
it's still pretty simple.
My other challenge is to
all of you who lead Sailors.
You should help ensure all
the Sailors that work for
you are provided informa-
tion about the Navy


Reserve. It is your job. In
a sense, we are all career
counselors. None of us
should consider the com-
mand, department or.divi-
sion career counselor the
end all source of informa-
tion.
It's my opinion that the
best career counselors are
leaders who genuinely
take an interest in their
people. You don't need to
have the title of career
counselor to provide solid
career advice.
My hat is off to Navy
Reservists. They add
much to our Navy and I
can't think of a better way
to continue your affiliation
with the Navy then to join
the Navy Reserve.


By Danny Woodard
Tobacco Cessation Program Manager,
Wellness Center
In conjunction with the
American Cancer
Society's annual Great
American Smoke Out, the
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Wellness Center is
sponsoring all-day smoke
out health fairs Nov. 16 at
the Naval Hospital and Nov.
17 in front of the Navy
Exchange.
Smokers can stop by to
pick up educational infor-
mation on the dangers of
smoking and the programs
available to help break the
habit. Staff members will
also offer free monoxide
checks and tobacco substi-
tutes for smokers who wish
to quit that day.
Since 1977, the Great
American Smoke Out has
been held every third
Thursday of November in
an effort to challenge
Americans to quit smoking.
Thousands of lives have
been saved just by this
event. Smokers who were
challenged to quit for one
day decided to quit for good.
The Navy's latest health
survey revealed a negative
trend in our Sailors and
Marines. Smoking has
increased in the last few
years in addition to an
increase in spit tobacco and
cigar use in the Marines
Corps.
Forty-six million Amer-
icans still smoke cigarettes.
But on a positive note,
smoking has decreased by
50 percent since the 1970's.
Smoking is just as lethal for
women. Lung cancer deaths
from smoking women sur-
passing breast cancer
deaths almost 20 years ago.
Smoking continues to be
the most preventable cause
of premature death in our
society, with the average
death toll surpassing
440,000 and the daily death
toll over 1,200, Spit tobacco
deaths (snuff and chew) are
averaging 9,000 annually
from oral cancer.
Only one in 10 smokers
quit each year, but when
they attend a tobacco cessa-
tion program working with
counselors, doctors, dentists
and other helping profes-
sionals, the success rates
climb to 20-40 percent.
In recent years, many
smokers have switched to
"light" cigarettes with the
belief that this will not be as
harmful as their regular
smokes. A new study finds
that smoking just one to
four cigarettes per day near-
ly triples risks for dying of
heart disease or lung cancer.
Reporting in the current
issue of Tobacco Control,
researchers compared peo-
ple who'd never smoked
with those who smoked one
to four cigarettes a day.
They discovered the one to
four cigarettes-a-day smok-
ers were nearly three times
as likely to die of heart dis-
ease.
Men who were light smok-
ers were nearly three times
as likely to die of lung can-
cer, while women who were
light smokers were nearly
five times as likely to be
killed by lung cancer, com-
pared with non-smokers.
Of the approximate


440,000 cigarette smoking
deaths per year in America:
* 123,000 died from lung
cancer
* 98,000 died from coronary
heart disease
* 72,000 from chronic lung
disease
* 81,000 from other diag-
noses
* 32,000 from other cancers
* 24,000 from strokes
Florida tobacco facts are
quite revealing over 22
percent of Floridians are
smoking causing 28,000
deaths annually. For those
under the age of 18 who
smoke, 306,000 will die from
smoking.
There are 35, 900 new
smokers everyday under the
age of 18, smoking approxi-
mately 30.1 million packs of
cigarettes. Jacksonville has
had higher rates of lung
cancer among whites than
any other metropolitan area
in this country for three
decades.
Your smoking also affects
thousands of other innocent
people. Approximately
53,000 people die annually
from environmental tobacco
smoke (ETS), better known
as second hand smoke.
ETS is the third leading
cause of preventable death
after active smoking and
alcohol use. ETS is also
directly responsible for
many inner ear infections,
bronchitis and asthmas in
small children who live with
smoking parents.
In Florida, children
exposed to ETS are estimat-
ed at 692,000. In the state of
Florida, 2,130 children and,
3,790 babies die from other
people's smoke every year.
Why don't they just quit?
Smoking and any tobacco
use is an addiction to the
stimulant drug nicotine, one


of the most addictive drugs
none to man.
Tobacco smoke contains a
very complex mixture of
about 4,000 identified sub-
stances that adversely affect
the cardiovascular system
(60 known carcinogens).
Nicotine is just one chemi-
cal, the addictive one, but
tar, a natural substance in
tobacco, is the biggest killer.
Tobacco tar looks feels
and smells very similar to
the asphalt tar you see on
our roads! Most of these
4,000 toxins are added to
the tobacco by the manufac-
turing plants, but many are
natural and also come from
fertilizers, insecticides and
pollution.
It's the long-term expo-
sure and accumulation of
these toxins that cause all of
the horrible diseases you
hear about.
One cigarette takes an
average seven to 11 minutes
off of your life with the aver-
age smoker dying 15-16
years early. If you smoke a
half a pack of cigarettes a
day you accumulate about a
pint of tar in your lungs!
The majority of the med-
ical problems we see in the
younger Navy personnel
and some retirees and their
family members are emphy-
sema, heart disease, high
blood pressure, diabetes,
poor circulation in the
extremities and others.
Many retirees come to the
Wellness Center when it's
too late and already have
horrible debilitating dis-
eases. Or, they wait until
they retire to quit and their
lifestyle in their retirement
years is greatly affected in a
negative way. Call the
Wellness Center at 542-
5292 and get into a smoking
cessation program today.


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Time to say 'thanks'


By Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel
I taught language arts in a
North Carolina public middle
school for three years. Every
year during Thanksgiving Day, I
would have my students write a
letter of thanksgiving to someone
who had helped to raise them
(parent, grandparent. sibling,
aunt, uncle, etc.).
Of course, the students wanted
to write to their boyfriend or girl-
friend but that was not allowed.
The grade came from three areas:
rough draft, my comments, cri-
tique and their revision, then the
final report of the actual presen-
tation of the letter.
The last part was in the form of
an oral report (public speaking)
on to whom the letter was pre-
sented and how it was received.
" One young lady reported that
she gave it to her grandfather
and how happy he was to receive
such a letter. She told the class,
"He never quit smiling and his
eyes filled with tears. He told me
he was so proud that he was
going to have it framed."
Another student gave it to her
mother and she said, "My mother
read the letter and then she
grabbed me and gave me the


CHAPLAIN'S CON


Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd
.biggest hug. She just kept hug-
ging me and would not let me go."
A different student reported
how much his mom liked the let-
ter. He said, "She couldn't speak
after she finished reading the let-
ter, her eyes became all watery."
Putting your thoughts into a
letter of "thanksgiving" (which
can be read again and again) is
very powerful.


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one to send a lI
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or someone wh(
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know how it tu
person you sele
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it is never too 1a
Start today ax
valuable words
are to those aroi
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concerns and p:
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to that special person


IER Letter of thanksgiving format
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Nov. ,2005
o encourage every- Dear _
better of "thankful-
ne who helped to During this season of thanksgiving, I just wanted to take the time to let
meone who has you know how thankful I am to have you in my life.
ed and encouraged Thank you for the times that you __ (something special this person
itive, your spouse, did. Take you places, spend one on one time with you, help you with a proj-
o has really made ect, take you to practice, ballgames, or went out of their way to do what?)
your life. Your deep love and words of encouragement have given me a strong
3e often times we inner confidence and I know (I can face the future, that I am
things we think in loved, or valued, or that I can make it in life, etc.)
eel in our hearts There were times when I was down, like the time when __ (think back
really appreciate upon your life and remember a time that you were down) and you were able
until it is gone. to lift me up by your soothing words of reassurance.
thankfulness and You have been such a vital part of my life. I will never forget how you held
the format that I me when I was __ (afraid, concerned, worried, sad), and you took care
elow. You can per- of me when I was (sick, injured, in between jobs).
adding your own In our relationship, there were those moments that were tense but you
never stopped loving me and I am so thankful. Thank you for standing by
u do take the time my side when (is there a moment where this person stood by
feelings through a your side through a difficult time?)
ksgiving. Let me I have often thought how blessed I am to have you in my life. Thinking
rns out when the falls short of revealing to you how much I do care and value our relation-
ct reads your let- ship.
The past is full of memories that shall always bring a smile to my faceJ
Si n and I am so thankful for having you in my life.
e important thing, It is the season of thanksgiving, and I just wanted to let you know how
ite to be thankful, thankful I am for having you in my life these past years.
nd find out how
s of thanksgiving Always thankful,
und you.
h your thoughts,
rayer requests to: Sign your name
nil.


NAVFAC celebrates Energy Awareness Week 2005


NEX customers
learn about energy
saving
From the Facilities Team
Southeast Public Affairs Office
embers of Facilities Team
Southeast (FTSE) spent
their lunch hour Oct. 28
speaking with customers at the
NAS Jax Navy Exchange.
"Energy conservation will not be
effective unless everyone partici-
pates. It has to be a mind set,"
said John Nixon, FTSE resource
efficiency manager. "Lights that
have an automatic shut off are


great, but everyone needs to make
a conscience effort to conserve
energy."
If 300,000 Navy personnel
turned off their office lights dur-
ing their lunch hour (that's four
fluorescent tubes off per person
for 250 hours per year), then the
Navy could save $1.2 million and
reduce emissions by 51.6 million
pounds of nitrogen dioxide, 124.8
million pounds of sulfur dioxide
and 13.6 million pounds of carbon
dioxide.
FTSE energy professionals set
up a display, which provided the
public the opportunity to learn
more about energy efficiency. The
team addressed energy and fuel
efficiency along with the latest in


energy efficient technology. The
display provided information on
how everyone can help save ener-
gy.
Visitors were very interested in
the GEM and hybrid vehicles that
are becoming popular on base and
in local communities.
Not only did the team provide
community education, they also
worked closely with FTSE clients
to ensure the best energy conser-
vation methods were available to
them during construction projects
and to helped them reduce the
overall costs associated with elec-
tricity and water usage.
For more information on energy
saving ideas, contact FTSE energy
manager at 542-5140, Ext. 2624.


Photo courtesy of Naval Facilities Engineering Command
FTSE Resource Efficiency Manager John Nixon discusses energy-saving
products with a veteran during National Energy Awareness Week.


USO offers

Jags tickets
The USO sells tickets
to Jaguars home
game for $8 per tick-
et. The following are the
games :
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Colts, on sale Nov. 28.
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
49ers, on sale Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags vs.
Titans, on sale Dec. 19.
For more information, call
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'Nightdippers': Always ready, capable


Photo courtesy of HS-5
Members of the HS-5 "Nightdip-
pers" participate in deck certifica-
tion and carrier-qualification oper-
ations while on board USS
Eisenhower.


HS-5 pulls off difficult

medical evac at sea
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
he "Nightdippers" of HS-5 proved their
incredible versatility once again,
accomplishing an emergency medical
evacuation while aboard USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN-69).
When the condition of a patient aboard the
carrier worsened, the ship's operations officer
quickly called down to the HS-5 Ready Room.
As is normally the case while at sea, HS-5
had an Alert 30 and an Alert 60 crew on
standby. The HS-5 Alert 30 crew promptly
and expertly gathered all required informa-


tion, and proceeded to the alert aircraft.
Within minutes, the Nightdipper crew were
stationed in their aircraft and waiting to
evacuate the critically ill individual.
As soon as the patient and his attending
physician were aboard, Lt. Nik Fialka and
Lt. j.g. James Malvasio, piloted the HS-5 air-
craft, now known as Rescue 616, towards the
beach. The crewmen, AW1 Bruce Tallon and
AW3 Trevor Schwendau, secured the patient
aboard the aircraft and proceeded to assist
the attending medical personnel throughout
the flight.
Less than an hour after leaving the
Eisenhower, the aircrew expertly guided
Rescue 616 to an unfamiliar hospital-landing
pad, using their skills to ensure the safe
delivery of the ill individual to hospital per-
sonnel. While the civilian hospital's landing
pad was suitable for the HH-60H aircraft, it


Happy 230TH

Birthday,

Marines!
From Gen.
Michael Hagee
Commandant of the Marine Corps
On Nov. 10, 1775,
the second Conti-
nental Congress
resolved to raise two bat-
talions of Continental
Marines marking the
birth of our United States
Marine Corps.
As Maj. Gen. John
Lejeune's message re-
minds us, the ensuing
generations of Marines
would come to signify all
that is highest in war
fighting excellence and
military virtue.
Each November, as Ma-
rines all over the world
celebrate the birth of our
Corps, we pay tribute to
that long line of ."soldiers
of the sea" and the illus-
trious legacy they' have
handed down to us.
This past year has been
one of continuous combat
operations overseas and
distinguished service here
at home a year of chal-
lenges that have brought
out the very best in our
Corps.
In Iraq and Af-
ghanistan, Marine cour-
age and mastery of com-
plex and chaotic environ-
ments have truly made a
difference in the lives of
millions.
Marine compassion and
flexibility provided
humanitarian assistance
to thousands in the wake
of the Southeast Asian
tsunami, and here at
home, Marines with air-
horne assault vehicles,
helicopters, and some-
times with their bare
hands, saved hundreds of
our own fellow Americans
in the wake of Hurricanes
Katrina and Rita.
Across the full spectrum
of operations, you have
showcased that Marines
create stability in an
unstable world, and have
reinforced our Corps' rep-
utation for setting the
standard of excellence.
The sense of honor,
courage, and patriotism
that epitomized those who
answend that first call to
arms 280 years ago is still
indelibly imprinted on our
rankj tday. In commemo-
rating wr anniversary, let
us strnIgthen our ties to
the past by paying homage
to those who have gone
before us,.
As we honor the sacri-
fices of our wounded and
fallen comrades, our com-
mitment to one another
remains unshakable. We
take special pride in the
actions of the Marines now
serving in harm's way, and
rededicate ourselves to the
service of our nation and
our Corps.
Happy Birthday Ma-
'rines, Semper Fidelis and
keep attacking!

NO CHARGE

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Annual USO Pal Day in St. Augustine coming in early December


From the USO


On Dec. 3, the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO is
sponsoring the 49th annu-
al USO Pal Day in St. Augustine.
On this day, the many attrac-
tions in St. Augustine will open
their doors to our active duty per-
sonnel in uniform and their fami-


lies, free of charge. Additionally, a
free lunch is provided at the Elk's
Lodge.
In previous years, estimates of
attendance needed to prepare
needed meals have exceeded
actual attendance. To better esti-
mate the number of meals need-
ed, the USO is providing free
tickets in advance of the event.


Individuals who pick up their
free tickets prior to Nov. 18 and
then turn their ticket in at the
Elk's Lodge lunch Dec. 3, will be
eligible to receive special prizes.
These free tickets are now
available to be picked up at the
NAS Jax USO and the USO
Mayport Center on Mayport
Road.


Household goods move online with SMARTWEBMOVE


By Henry Bailey
HHG Director, FISCJAX
Got orders? Be smart, use the
SMARTWEBMOVE program to set
up your pack out and avoid driving
to the Personal Property Office (PPO) or
waiting in line for an office appointment
with the PPO.
The SMARTWEBMOVE is a web-based
application that allows Sailors the ability
to enter information about their move -
from the comfort of their homes, work, or
anywhere they have access to the Internet.
This is a user-friendly computer program
that is available 24 hours a day, seven days
a week. Users simply answer the on-line
questionnaire and they will receive a print-
able report of their personal property enti-
tlement as well as responsibilities.'
All the necessary forms are provided to
set up and execute the Sailor's move as
well as a range of available pack out dates.
Once the application process is completed
on-line, the PPO movement managers will
confirm, by email, all the arrangements
made between the sailor and the PPO.
Sailors may also designate their spouse,
or others, to act on their behalf if the Sailor
cannot be present for the pack out.


The SMARTWEBMOVE has been so suc-
cessful that more than 98 percent of past
participants have reported total satisfac-
tion with this method of setting up their
moves.
For Sailors living in Southeast Georgia
and Northeast Florida areas, usage of the
SMARTWEBMOVE became mandatory,
Aug. 1.
Exceptions: This program is available
to eligible military members in receipt of
PCS, retirement, or separation orders.
Members on temporary duty travel may
not use SMARTWEB.
Additionally, the movement of mobile
homes and boats must be applied for sepa-
rately, by making an appointment to visit the
PPO.
To submit your household goods trans-
portation or storage request, visit the Web
at: www.smartwebmove.navsup.navy.mil
Regardless of the application method used,
all applications should be submitted to the
PPO nearest you, no less than three weeks
prior to your desired pack out date.
For more information about the
SMARTWEBMOVE program, contact the
FISC Jacksonville PPO at 542-1000,
Exts.119, 127, 111, or 109.


In addition to USO Pal Day,
there are many other activities
taking place in St. Augustine on
Dec. 3.
To obtain information regard-
ing other events, please go to
http://members.tripod. com/cnwr.
If you have any questions
regarding this event, please call
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After delivering the patient to the hospital,
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Jax Air OWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 10, 2005 7


CNRSE flag writer retires


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
commander, Navy
Region Southeast
(CNRSE) Flag Wri-
ter YNC Brian Johnson,
whose solid Navy career
was reinforced by his ex-
ceptional devotion to Rear
Adm. Annette E. Brown,
CNRSE, retires today dur-
ing a ceremony at the NAS
Jacksonville All Saints
Chapel. The time-honored
ceremony will be attended
by co-workers, family and
friends.
Johnson, a Tecumseh,
Mich. native, has served in
the Navy for more than 21
years and leaves behind a
career filled with all the
hallmarks of distinguished
service. "I have worked for
Adm. Brown for the past
seven years," Johnson said.
"As her flag writer, this has
been a very rewarding
experience. She is a great
boss who takes care of her
people. She afforded me the
opportunity to earn my
B.A. degree, travel and par-
ticipate in community serv-
ice events."
Johnson, who was 17
when he enlisted in the
Navy on May 21, 1984,
said: "My father wanted
one of his kids to be in the
service and I had just fin-
ished four years at a mili-
tary academy, so I decided
to join the Navy and see the
world."
"After enlisting, I imme-
diately reported for basic
training at Recruit Train-
ing Command, Orlando,
and then attended Yeoman
"A" school at NAS Meridian,
Miss.," he continued.
Johnson's first duty sta-
tion was at Aircraft Ferry
Squadron 31 at NAS Nor-
folk, Va. During this tour,
he advanced to E4 and ter-
minated shore duty, re-
questing assignment to
USS Belksap (CG 2,6),
which was changing home-
port from Norfolk to Gaeta,
Italy.
Upon completion of his
only sea tour, Johnson reen-
listed and reported to Com-
mander, Navy Recruiting
Command Headquarters in
Washington, D.C. During
this tour, he advanced to
E5. It was during this tour
that he was introduced to
the flag writer community
and ultimately applied to
attend Flag Writer "C"
school.
While stationed at Navy
Recruiting Command Head-
quarters, Johnson was
selected to participate in
the 1988 Presidential In-
auguration Committee.
"This was a wonderful
experience for me. I had
just arrived in D.C. and did-
n't know the area. However,
I was promptly trained," he
stated. "I spent the next
three months driving the
director of administration
for the presidential inaugu-
ration. Being able to attend
the many balls, parties and
parades was a phenomenal
experience."
Johnson next reported to
YN "C" school in Meridian,
Miss., in January 1992 and
graduated in April 1992.
His first assignment as a
flag writer was to Com-
mander, Logistics Group
Western Pacific in Singa-
pore, a duty station he con-
siders the most memorable
one of his 21-year career. "I
loved Singapore. It's a great
country with fun people,"
remarked Johnson. "I had a
great boss. I worked for
Rear Adm. Ronald Tucker
who became my mentor."
While in Singapore, John-
son was selected for ad-
vancement to E6.
Johnson's next assign-
ment was with Deputy
Commander in Chief, U.S.


Pacific Fleet, Shore Instal-
lation Management. Upon
completion of this tour, he
was assigned to the Direc-
tor, Shore Installation Man-
agement Division on the
staff of the Chief of Naval


Operations in Washington,
D.C. It was during this
assignment that he began
his military relationship
with Brown.
On July 16, 1998, John-
son was selected for promo-
tion to the rank of E7, a
milestone he worked hard
to achieve. "Being selected
for chief was the highlight
of my career," he said
proudly. "It's not only the
khaki uniform, but sudden-
ly, the amount of responsi-


YNC Brian Johnson
ability to junior Sailors
increases and now you can


truly impact a Sailor's
career and the Navy's
future."
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he would give Sailors today,
Johnson replied, "As you
progress through the ranks
be sure to always take care
of the Sailors you lead.
Failure to mold those
Sailors into the best they
can be will only hurt them,
you and the Navy in the
long run. Take full advan-
tage of any and all opportu-


nities the Navy hands
You may not think it
best thing for you a
time, but in the end it
ally is."
After six years
Washington, D.C., Jo]
reported as flag writ(
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Navy Personnel Comi
(Personnel Readines,
Community Sup
(PERS-6), Millin
Tenn., in March 2000.
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s you. reported to CNRSE and
's the was reunited with Brown.
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The NAS jax Fitness Center is open Monday through Friday from 5 a.m.-8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.


DTCM(SW) Enrique Cruz of Navy Medical Support Command
strengthens his chest muscles on a Nautilus fly machine at the
fitness center.


New Manager

unveils plans

for future
ByJ]O2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer
ven though she just took the reins
as manager, Meghan Brophy has
already fulfilled a couple of her
goals for improving the base fitness center.
Brophy recently unveiled a brand new
monthly schedule full of daily events,
including exercise classes and opportuni,
ties for free personal training. Brophy also
announced plans she will execute in the
il"near future.
According to Brophy, the NAS Jax
.Morale, Recreation and Welfare
Department Fitness Center has benefited
thousands of Sailors since its opening in
the mid-90s. Conveniently located on
Enterprise Avenue, its healthy selection of
equipment and exercise classes allow
patrons to shrink their focus to a particu-
lar area they seek to improve. Physical
Readiness Test (PRT) training, for exam-
ple, devotes time solely to developing the
muscle groups Sailors use for push-ups
and sit-ups. "Ab Attack," an intense 15-
minute work-out, burns calories and hard-
ens stomachs.
f,- Brophy is careful to consider visitors who
have never touched a piece of exercise
.. equipment before. "Power Flex" is a class
that allows participants to grow accus-
tomed to using equipment while working
'every major muscle group in 45 minutes.
S..For anyone seeking personal instruction,
trainers are readily available. The first
visit is free and each additional one is $5.
"We find that most customers take infor-
mation we give them from the first session
and hit the ground running. Many people
never require subsequent training,"
Brophy remarked.
Photo by]1O2(SW) Bill Lamed When glancing at the new monthly
Meghan Brophy, new manager of the base fitness center, cheers on Navy retiree Ken Adams to schedule, patrons will see thre results of
"push the envelope" during his workout Nov. 2. Brophy just began work at the well-equipped daBrophy's have efforts to offer moreight choclasses sched-
facility and has goals in place to improve every customer's experience. days have as many aseight classes sched-
uled.


HN Eliseo Rodriguez of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville pumps some iron at the fitness
center during his lunch hour Nov. 2.
"I would like to emphasize to command
fitness leaders and PRT coordinators that
options exist here for helping Sailors seek-
ing to improve their physical fitness," con-
tinued Brophy. "Sometimes Sailors who
can't pass the PRT (or are borderline) will
devote effort to pass, but can't seem to
improve. Maybe they're unaware of tech-
niques to use. If that's true, we can give
them tips or tactics in a simple lesson."
The fitness center offers free member-
ship cards that Sailors can use to build up
a record of attendance. It also offers prod-
ucts and services to augment exercise and
weight training. Massages are available at
$25 for a half hour, $40 for a full hour and
$55 for an hour and a half. The Health Pro-
Shop sells a variety of products, including
energy bars and drinks. Customers can
easily view television sets or listen to the
radio while they wipe sweat from their
brows and burn calories on treadmills and
cycles.
Brophy's future goals involve offering not
only other workout classes, but nutrition
and health classes in conjunction with the
Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center locat-
ed next door.
One thing Brophy does not want is for
guests to feel like their time spent at the
fitness center is a chore, including Sailors
facing an impending PRT. "My hope is that
PRT coordinators
S will emphasize
this center to their
shipmates. I want
the NAS Jax
Fitness Center to
be a place Sailors
use not just to
pass the PRT, but
as part of a
healthy lifestyle.
Unlike the centers
out in town,
Sailors don't pay a
membership fee to
use. our equip-
ment."
The center is
open from 5 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Monday
through Friday
and 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. For fur-
ther information,
call 542-3518.

Lt. j.g. Alex Moir
of Commander,
Helicopter
Antisubmarine
Wing, U.S. Atlantic
Fleet does some
crunches during
a lunchtime
workout at
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LN1(AW) Robbin Swilley of Navy
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(right) and Naval,Hospital lax
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Naval Hospital clinics, pharmacy closed for holidays
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's clinics and pharmacies will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday
kov. 24-25. The pharmacies will return to normal operations on Nov. 26. Over the Christmas holiday
;eason, Naval Hospital Jacksonville clinics will be closed the day following Christmas, Dec. 26, and
ilie day following New Years Day, Jan. 2. The hospital Emergency Department will be open 24/7
throughout the holidays.


TRICARE Retiree Dental

Program offers low cost benefits
Prom Staff Reserve personnel, and their families.
I. Eligibility for the TRICARE Retiree
T he TRICARE Retiree Dental Pro- Dental Program extends to all retirees of
gram (TRDP), first authorized by the Reserve and Guard and their family
SCongress in 1997, continues today to members, including those in the "gray
offer one of the few affordable, comprehen- area" who are entitled to retired pay but
sive dental benefit programs available will not begin receiving it until age 60.
tW the nation's Uniformed Services Although eligibility for this group has
retirees, as well as to retirees of the been in effect since the TRDP first began
IReserve and Guard. ,0in 1998, many retired Reserve and
'The TRDP is a nationwide, combined Guard members, and even more,
foe-for-service/preferred provider pro- "gray area" retirees, still do not real-
gram that offers ize they are eligible. It is important
enrollees access to to note that as with all new retirees,
any licensed den- the 120-day period during which a
tist in all 50 states, "gray area" retired member can
phs the District of enroll in the TRDP to qualify for the
dOlumbia, Puerto 12-month waiting period waiver
Itico, Guam, the U.S. begins with his/her retirement
Virgin Islands, effective date, not the date
Aierican Samoa, the he/she reaches age 60.
Commonwealth of the The TRDP carries a $50
Northern Mariana Islands per person annual
aid Canada. deductible. The program
Enrollees may seek care from any I also includes a family
l4qpnsed dentist, with optimal benefits S. deductible cap of
a ailable when choosing a participating Q $150 and an annu-
Ielta Dental PPO or Delta Dental Select al maximum amount of $1,200, against
dentist in over 90,000 locations nation- which preventive and diagnostic services
vide. are not counted.
' The nation's largest voluntary, In addition to the annual maximum, the
all-enrollee-paid dental program TRDP also has a separate dental accident
continues to offer coverage for diagnostic annual maximum of $1,000 and a lifetime
and preventive services, basic restorative orthodontic maximum of $1,200.
se vices, periodontics, endodontics, oral Eligible retirees and their family mem-
sbrgery, dental emergencies and a separate bers can find answers to their questions
dnital accident benefit with no waiting about the program as well as enroll using
p iod. The program currently covers over Delta Dental's dedicated TRDP Web site at
801,050 retired members of the Uniformed http://www.trdp.org or by calling the toll-
S rvices, including National Guard and, free number at (888) 838- 8737.
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Pharmacy services return


to Branch Health Clinic


By Lt. Cmdr. Louis Guarno
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Pharmacy
Attention all active duty assigned to
NAS Jacksonville: Your voices have
been heard and we read you!
When the Satellite Pharmacy (Building
950) opened in January 2005, a business
decision was made to close the Branch
Health Clinic (BHC) Pharmacy. This clo-
sure forced all active duty patients treated
at BHC to make an extra effort in process-
ing their prescriptions by taking them to
either the main hospital or the satellite
pharmacy.
"Keeping medicine at the deck plate
where it belongs is the right thing to do,"
said Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Cruz-Bono, com-
manding officer, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. "Getting our active duty, com-
bat-ready forces back to their respective
units, physically and mentally ready for
the challenges of deployment are our top
priorities," added Bono.
I Customer service hours for the pharma-
cy will be Monday through Friday, 7:30
a.m. -12:30 p.m. and 1-4 p.m., closed
Saturday, Sunday and all federal holidays.
Pharmacy services provided at the BHC
are intended for all active duty patients
who are seen and treated by a provider at
the BHC.
Prescriptions for family members and
retirees will not be filled at this location.
No walk-up refill services will be provided.
As a reminder, all medication refills are
processed using the pharmacy's automated
telephone refill system (1-800-628-7427)
available 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. Before calling, patients should have
the prescription numbers) and the spon-
sor's Social Security number readily avail-


able.
Follow the directions given and enter
the appropriate information using a touch-
tone telephone. Refills may be picked up 72
hours after ordering at the Satellite
Pharmacy.
Prescription refills may also be request-
ed via the hospital Internet site www.
navalhospitaljax.com. Please keep in mind
that when refills are processed they will be
held for 10 days awaiting pick-up. After 10
days medications are returned to stock.








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From Page 7
of the Navy's core values: Honor, Courage
ahd Commitment. He is very focused on
making the Navy an even better place
each and every day.... and he does that
through people," stated Brown.
!,"For the seven years I have worked with
him, I have witnessed Chief Johnson's
strong, positive, people-focused leadership
style at work with juniors, peers and sen-
idr alike. I have always marveled at how
quickly he determines what motivates
thom to do what he needs them to do for
tho betterment of the Navy!" continued


tleir sacrifices will always
by remembered by a grate-
ful nation.
;With respect for and in
recognition of the contribu-
tins our service men and
women have made to the
cajise of peace and freedom
around the world, the
Congress has provided (5
J.S.C. 6103(a)) that Nov.
1IL of each year shall be set
aside as a legal public holi-
day to honor veterans.
'Now, therefore, I, George
W. Bush, President of the
United States of America,
dp; hereby proclaim Nov.
1,; 2005, as Veterans Day
and urge all Americans to
observe Nov. 6-12, 2005, as
National Veterans Aware-
ness Week.
' urge all Americans to
recognize the valor and
sacrifice of our veterans
through ceremonies and
prayers. '
'I call upon federal, state


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Brown. "I can say without reservation,
that the U.S. Navy is a better place
because he has served in it for 22 years
and I am a better Navy officer for having
served with him."
"As I leave the Navy and set out to write
a new chapter of my life, I want to
acknowledge and thank my family and
Navy shipmates that made my 21-year
career so memorable, particularly the
staff at CNRSE," said Johnson.
Johnson will be moving out of the area,
either to Houston, Texas, or Washington,
D.C.


play the flag of the United
States and to encourage
and participate in patriotic
activities in their commu-
nities.
I invite civic and frater-
nal organizations, places of
worship, schools, business-
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 10, 2005 13


FEMA:

NAS Jax

community

helps Wilma

relief effort

From Page 1

last minute to tell us if
they were coming here,"
said NAS Jax Disaster
Pre-paredness Officer
DCCS (SW) Matthew
Melott. "We really didn't
care when they arrived.
It's exciting to have the
opportunity to take part in
a relief operation of this
size and scope."
After meeting with
FEMA officials upon their
arrival, NAS Jax's depart-
ment heads immediately
set out to provide the
agency with the things
they needed to conduct
safe and efficient relief
operations.
This included resolving
any and all security, sup-
ply and logistics issues
that could interfere with
relief efforts.
NAS Jax Airfield
Manager Bill Meyer was
tasked with providing
FEMA with enough space
to successfully navigate
the airfield without nega-
tively impacting flight
operations. A task he has
found to be challenging,
but rewarding.
"My crew has put in a lot
of extra time working with
FEMA these last couple of
weeks, but I haven't heard
a single complaint from
any of them," Meyer stat-
ed. "If working a few extra
hours a day helps FEMA
get the job done, then we're
happy to do it."
Nearly 5,000 FEMA
trucks and 10,000 FEMA
personnel have been
processed in and out of
NAS Jax since relief opera-
tions began.
The task of managing
this massive influx of peo-
ple and vehicles fell onto
the shoulders of the securi-
ty department, which has-
n't missed a beat so far.
They have provided
around the clock security
to the airfield and FEMA's
base of operations, which
has enabled the agency to
safely transport thousands
of pounds of relief supplies
to those who need it most.
Providing hot meals and
lodging to over 200 embed-
ded FEMA staff members
and the thousands of truck
drivers who have passed
through NAS Jacksonville
was supply department's
job.
NAS Jax Assistant
Supply Officer Lt. Steve
Osborne explained that
providing FEMA with life's
bare essentials is proving
to be a challenging task.
"Unfortunately, we were
unable to provide them
with lodging on base due to
previous commitments,"
Osborne said. "We did how-


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Photos by PH3 Clarck Desire
Trucks carrying relief supplies enter the Federal Emergency Management Agency staging area
at NAS jax Oct. 24. Hundreds of trucks have been loaded with supplies for victims of
Hurricane Wilma.


ever, set them up in hotels
that were close to the base.
We've also provided them
with services ranging from
vendor services to
increased galley hours."
NAS Jax's galley has
seen a dramatic increase
in traffic since the start of
FEMA operations. NAS
Jax Galley Leading Petty
Officer CS1(SW/AW) Felica
Countryman said that
business has been boom-
ing.
"We've had to increase
our hours of operation to
accommodate FEMA's per-
sonnel," Countryman stat-
ed. "We're serving more
than 400 extra meals per
day and working longer
hours, but we don't mind
because we know it's for a
good cause."
The Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Depart-
ment has stepped up to the
plate, providing FEMA
personnel with unfettered
access to all base eateries
and stories.
They've even gone as far
as to provide relief workers
with transportation
around base.
"It's the least we can do,"
said NAS Jax MWR
Director John Bushick.
"Anything we can do to
make their stay a little
more comfortable, we'll do."
So what does FEMA
think of the support
they've received thus far?
"Outstanding," said
FEMA Truck Driver Bill
Tucker. "These guys have
been here for us from the
get go. It has been tough
being away from my family
for so long, but NAS Jax
has really gone out of their
way to make things more
comfortable for us."
"We simply could not
have done this without the
magnificent support NAS
Jax has provided," stated
FEMA Area Staging
Manager Jim Noplis.
"This has been, by far,


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Photo byJO01 Mike England
(From left) Federal Emergency Management Agency Truck
Drivers Darrell Goldsberry, Bill Tucker and Cindy Tucker
enjoy a meal at the NAS Jacksonville Galleon Galley.


Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency volunteers load
tractor-trailers with relief
supplies in the FEMA staging
area at NAS Jacksonville Oct.
24. Once loaded, the trucks
will head south where the
relief supplies will be distrib-
uted to victims of Hurricane
Wilma.
the largest FEMA ground
operation in U.S. history.
By the time its all said and
done, FEMA will have
shipped over 300,000,000
pounds of freight out of
NAS Jax, due in large part
to the support this base
has provided. Being here
makes our job much easier
because we can always
count on our Navy part-
ners to make us feel at
home," he added.


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JAGUARS: Team members

pay visit to NAS Jax


From Page 1

port," Pearman said. "I,
along with the other mem-
bers of the Jacksonville
Jaguars, admire and
respect all of the sacrifices
you guys make for this
country."
After spending a consid-
erable amount of time with
the mobilizing reservists,
Hankton and Pearman met
with NRPDC, New Orleans
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Tim Boykin.
"I really appreciate you
guys coming out here,"
Boykin said. "Visits like
this go a long way towards
boosting the morale of
Sailors."
COJ Director of Military
Affairs Dan McCarthy says
the city and the Jaguars
have always had a great
relationship with the mili-
tary.
"The city and the .Jags
share a special bond with
the military that I think
reflects the values of the
citizens here," McCarthy
stated.
"I think it's great that
these guys took the time to


City of Jacksonville Director
of Military Affairs Dan
McCarthy speaks to Navy
Reserve Professional Devel-
opment Center, New Orleans
Sailors Oct. 25.
come out here and support
us," said NRPDC Sailor
HMC Marty Caberera. "My
husband will be thrilled
with the autographs I got
him."
NRPDC, New Orleans is
scheduled to return to New
Orleans Feb. 24. NCWG-26,
MIUWU-207 and IBU-28
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Sailors of the Quarter


NAS Jax
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
JO1 Michael England
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SH2(SW) Bernard Jones
HS-5
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AO01(AW) Cory Butterfield
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AW3 (AW) Stephanie Williams
Aircrewman of the Quarter
AW2 (AW/NAC) Mathew Gensler
Admin Sailor of the Quarter
PN1 (SW/SCW) David Ivey
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
I AN Luke Tartaglia
Plane Captain of the Quarter
AN Luke Tartaglia
Sikorsky Senior
Maintenanceman of the
Quarter
AM1 (AW) Robert Dunn
Sikorsky Junior
Maintenanceman of the
Quarter
ATAN Brant Pendleton
Naval Air Reserve
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
PS1 Kimberly McCarthy
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AD2 (AW) Dennis Jackson
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
SK3 Joshua Tips
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
MA1 Heather Kilday ,
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
HM2 Danielle Woodell
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
HN Eliseo Rodriguez
Branch Health Clinic
Jacksonville
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
SH2 Gregory Noland
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
HM3 Shamica Wilson
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
HN Joseph Fryer
Transient Personnel Unit
Senior Sailor of Quarter
SH1(SW) Erica Anderson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
YN2(SCW) Candace Smith
Personnel Support
Detachment
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
PS1 Robert Dilloway
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
PS2 Keleen Lynch
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
PSSN Marie Beaster
Navy Legal Service Office
Southeast
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
LN2(AW) Shallon McGuire
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SA Marcus Mallett
Naval Atlantic Meteorology
and Oceanography Facility
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AG1(SW) Kimberly Linsley
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AG2 Aaron Wimberly
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax
Sea Senior Sailor of the
Quarter
AE1 Miguel Jimenez
Sea Sailor of the Quarter
AM2 David Johnson
Sea Junior Sailor of the
Quarter
PR3 Kevin Juma
Sea Blue Jacket of the
Quarter
AEAN Christopher Lewis
Shore Senior Sailor of the
Quarter
YN1 Robert Parker
Shore Sailor of the Quarter
SK2 Kenneth Anulao
Shore Junior Sailor of the
Quarter
AT3 Whittney Warner
Shore Blue Jacket of the
Quarter
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AE1(AW) Sherriod Hatchett
Mad Fox of the Quarter
AD2(AW) Courtney Rach
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
PS3(AW) Walter Vergara
HS-15
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AO1 (AW) Nestor Ortiz
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AW2(NAC/AW) Curtis Clontz
Blue Jacket of the Quarter
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Aircrewman of the Quarter
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Sikorsky Maintenance
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AM1(AW) Daniel Bue
Support Sailor of the Quarter
SK3 Richard Valentin
Plane Captain of the Quarter
ADAN Ulises Sotomayor
HS-75
Full Time Sailor of the Quarter
AM1 (AW) Mark Raquet
Selected Reserve Sailor of the
Quarter
AW1(AW/NAC) Robert Weber
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AD2(AW) Aaron Petryniec
Emerald Knight of the Quarter
AD3 Kevin Spivey
Plane Captain of the Quarter
AT2(AW) Patricia Smith
Sikorsky Maintenance
Technician of the Quarter
AM2 Shanna O'Neil


VS-30
Top Diamond of the Quarter
AM1(AW) Richard Sunderlin
Diamond of the Quarter
SK2(AW) Celestino Dulnuan
Junior Diamond of the
Quarter
AE3(AW) Roger Debaise
Plane Captain of the Quarter
AE3(AW) Anthony Restall
Pro of the Quarter
AMEAN Patrick Carrington
CBU-202
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
SW2 Kevin Lawson
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
BU3 Larry Hayes
Southeast Regional
Calibration Center
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AT1 Judy Daniel
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
AT2 Jesse Schwartz
Naval Computer and
Telecommunications Station
Jax
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
ET2 Pedro Vasquez
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
IT3 Jerod Adkins
Commander, Helicopter
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Sailor of the Quarter
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Fleet Area Control and
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Senior Sailor of the Quarter
ACI1(AW) Adrienne Park-Tucker
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
OS3(SW) Daneesha Henderson
Aviation Support Detachment
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
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Junior Sailor of the Quarter
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Senior Sailor of the Quarter
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Junior Sailor of the Quarter
SK2(AW) Luisa Spates
SEAOPDET Sailor of the
Quarter
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Mobile Operations Command
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Senior Sailor of the Quarter
YN1 Christopher Reid
Junior Sailor of the Quarter
YN2 Duane Middleton
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ITC Anthony Hinton
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VP-62
Senior Sailor of the Quarter
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Senior Sailor of the Quarter
AT1 (AW) Joseph Diekman


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MWR Planner.

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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes
with glow track, automatic bumpers,
an upgraded scoring system and
much 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. mid-
night

Free bowling on Wednesdays for
active duty from 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
(shoe rental not included).


Fitness Source
Monday- Friday
5 a.m. 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
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Base Gym
Monday Friday
5 a.m. 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Holidays
9 a.m. 5 p.m.
542-3239

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


For more information about I.TT.
trips or ticket prices please call 542-


3318.
Jaguar tickets for all home games
are on sale now (Section 229, $43).
Catch a ride for $10 on the I.T.T. shut-
tle.
Savannah
Dec. 10
Includes trolley tour, and free time
for holiday shopping.
$33.25/person


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

Jax Barracudas Game
Saturday
$5, Sign-up in Liberty Cove
Brad Paisley Concert
Nov. 11
$25, Sign-up in Liberty Cove


For information on booking com-
mand 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.


For more information about the
marina please call 542-3260.
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Contact Mulberry Cove Marina at
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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.
Fall specials on select name brand
rod & reels. $1 over cost.
For more details, e-mail
Philip.s.Collins@navy.mil.


Friday night events are for ages K-
17. For more information on the Youth
Center, call 778-9772.

FFSC and MWR Military Family
Appreciation Carnival
Youth Activity Center
Nov. 19,10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Free rides, games, prizes, snow
cones, live entertainment, clowns,
snacks and much more!
Families are invited to bring a pic-
nic 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 complimenta-
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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 locat-
ed at Building 847A on the north side
of base.

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New requirements for unofficial foreign visitors at NAS Jax


By Noemi Verdecias
NAS Security Manager
NAS 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 commanding officer equates
unofficial visits by foreign nationals
to courtesy calls and/or general visit-
ing. Unofficial visits by foreign
nationals are at the discretion of the
station commanding officer, and poli-
cy is subject to change due to force
protection conditions and local securi-
ty environment. Approval of such
requests is subject to the following
procedures:


Any active duty/retired U.S. mili-
tary 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. and mid-
night seven days a week. Visitors
must be escorted off the base prompt-
ly 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 iden-
tification, (only official sponsors may
escort foreign nationals aboard the
station, not dependents), along with
photo identification, passport or offi-
cial identification of the foreign


national visitorss.
Sponsors must remain with the for-
eign national visitors(s) at all times.
Foreign nationals who remain
overnight in government quarters
must comply with local housing direc-
tives and obtain approval from the
command security manager one week
before the visit.
Foreign nationals are authorized
limited access to command areas such
as the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department facilities,
Navy Exchange food court, family
housing, etc.
A copy of the NAVJAXSINST
5510.30A may be obtained at
www.navjaxs.navy.mil, select "securi-
ty." For more information, call 542-
3954.


Commands needed for

holiday card contest
Commands, squadrons and departments are
encouraged to participate in this year's Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR) holiday card con-
test. Everyone is eligible to win money for their MWR
funds. Prizes are: $500 for first place, $300 for second
and $200 for third place.
Participants must design a holiday card utilizing ply-
wood provided by MWR. Plywood is now available for
pick up at the Auto Skills Center, Building 622. The
following are the guidelines for the contest:
Each command, squadron or department may only
enter one card.
Individuals cannot enter the contest.
Commands, departments or squadrons must pro-
vide a completed registration form for each card.
MWR provides plywood sheet for each card and
will put up all cards.
Commands are responsible for all work on the card
and costs incurred in decorating.
Plywood cannot be cut.
Nothing electrical can be used, as no electricity will
be available during card display.
Scenes will be judged on originality, creativity and
presentation.
MWR reserves the right to refuse any cards that
are in bad taste and do not demonstrate a wholesome
holiday theme.
MWR is responsible for putting up all card displays
in designated area.
Cards must be dropped off at the Fitness Center by
Nov. 28 to be entered into contest. Judging will occur
Dec. 1 and winners announced Dec. 2 at the 6 p.m.
Christmas Tree Lighting. If your command would like
to keep your card, it must be picked up at the Fitness
Center by Jan. 15. Cards not picked up will be dis-
carded.


Sponsors needed for events

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


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Greybeard basketball
meeting
A Greybeard basketball meeting will
be held today at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 conference room. The
league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists ages 32 and up.
All interested personnel should attend
the meeting to discuss rules and to get
the required paperwork to join the
league.
Racquetball tournament
A turkey shoot racquetball tournament
will be held Nov. 14. Matches will be
played at 5 p.m. The tournament is free
and open to all authorized gym patrons.
There will be a recreational and competi-
tive division for men and a womenis divi-
sion. The winners will receive awards.
Call the NAS Jax Gymnasium to sign up
by Nov. 8.
Flag football meeting
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting will be
held Nov. 30 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building
850 conference room. The league is
open to all NAS Jax active duty and
selective reservists ages. Commands
having their athletic officer or designated





The Navy Wives Clubs of meeting
America, NWCA Jax #86 each
meets the first Wednesday of Shand
each month. Meetings are held more i
in Building 612 on Jason Street Moore
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. Banks
The Thrift Shop is open The
Tuesday and Thursdays and Chapt
the first Saturday of the month AssoI
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more Federa
information, call 772-0242 or open i
Pearl Aran at 777-8032. emplo
The Navy Wives Club's DID employ
#300 meetings are held the sec- ing hel
ond Thursday of each month at Thursc
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Murra'
Methodist Church Education Churc
Building at 5900 Ricker Road. Buildi
For more information, call 387- Street
4332 or 272-9489. call R.
The Disabled American The
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings Assoc
are held the second Tuesday of meeting
each month at 7 p.m. at 470 each r
Madeira Drive, Orange Park, Jackso
Fla. For more information, call West I
269-2945. person
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht attend
Club general membership Herler
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. 7715,
on the first Wednesday of every Herlen
month at the clubhouse navy.m
(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 Z
military and active and retired 104
DoD civilians. For more informa- Orange
tion, call 778-0805 or email TIe-T
commodore@njyc.org. Fri
The Cummer Museum of Art Sun
& Gardens is offering free | B:(
admission each Tuesday from 4- N cell:
9 p.m. through December. nuoupl
Visitors can attend lectures, j
locent-lead tours, stroll the his- S *
toric riverfront gardens, view the jad
museum's Masterworks collec- *Prei
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the R(
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 4
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 First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their


representative attend the meeting will
receive five captains cup points. All inter-
ested personnel should attend the meet-
ing to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
3-on-3 hoop tourney
A Captains Cup 3-on-3 basketball
tournament will be held Dec. 12 at 5 p.m.
at the NAS Jax Gym. The tournament is
free and open to active duty only from
NAS Jax. Teams are comprised of three
players from their respective commands
and commands can enter multiple teams.
Sign up by Dec. 7.
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
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one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If
you have run in sanctioned race and your
time meets regional qualifying time, con-
tact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim,
10K run, 40K bike
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to
officiate soccer, softball, football and vol-
leyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are
also needed for basketball. Experience is
not required. If interested, contact Jesse
Beach at 771-1333.
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
Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 8 0
AIMD 7 2
VP-30 6 3
FASO/Weapons 3 6
CNATTU 2 7

Intramural Fall Softball
Standings
As of Nov. 4
Team Wins Losses
AIMD 500 13 1
Naval Hospital 10 3
VP-5 10 3
VS-22 5 3
VP-62/NAR 10 4
VP-16 8 4
VP-30 10 5
VP-30 Students 8 6
FACSFAC 7 6
HS-5 8 7
HS-75 3 6
CHSCWL 3 9
AIMD 600 3 11
NCTS 1 9


gs the second Tuesday of
month at 6 p.m. in the
s Hospital Blue room. For
information, call Janneice
at 244-7950 or Dorothy
at 542-7748.
Westside Jacksonville
ter 1984, National
ciation of Retired
al Employees extends an
invitation to all currently
yed and retired federal
yees to our regular meet-
Id at 1 p.m. on the fourth
lay of each month at the
y Hill United Methodist
h, (Fellowship Hall
ng) at 4101 College
. For more information,
Carroll at 786-7083.
National Naval Officers
:iation holds its monthly
g on the fourth Thursday
month at 5:30 p.m. at the
nville Urban League, 903
Union Street. Interested
nnel are encouraged to
1 or contact Lt. Cmdr.
na Washington at 542-
Ext. 102 or email
na.Washington @sar.med.
nil.


The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The 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 St. Augustine Art and
Crafts Festival is Nov. 26-27
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
special events field near the
Visitor's Center. For more infor-
mation, call (904) 823-9703.


Cecil Pines Adult Living
Community, located on Cecil
Commerce Center, is hosting its
annual Antique Car Show and
Open House Saturday from 10
a.m. 2 p.m. Refreshments
and a fun house for kids will be
available. All donations will ben-
efit the Alzheimer's Association
of Northeast Florida. For more


information, call Barbara at 771-
8839.
The Southern Genealogist's
Exchange Society will hold its
monthly meeting Saturday at 10
a.m. at its library/headquarters,
6215 Sauterne Dr., Jacksonville.
See http://sgesjax.tripod.com or
call 778-1000 for more informa-
tion.


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However, Santa won't
be riding in a sleigh.
Santa is trading in his
sleigh for a Harley-
Davidson motorcycle
for the annual
Adamec's "Ride With
Heroes" event.
Joining Santa will be
"The Roar" cheerlead-
ers, Disc-Connected
K9's and the Marine
Corps Band.
Bring the kids and
bring a toy. Toys For
Tots will be on location
to collect toys for
underprivileged chil-
dren in Northeast
Florida.
This event is open to
the public and admis-
sion is free. Gates open
at 11 a.m. Enjoy food,
fun and games for all
ages. Activities include
Pepsi's NFL
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dog shows and much,
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PUBUSHER'S NOTICE 3orth Orange
All real estate adver- 305 Southside 315 Arlington 320 estside 320 Westside 325 335 oran P 355 Condominiums
per Is subject to the I IacsonaroeeTHEYDON'T2/
airAnnouncements RealHousngEstate Act 306 niversity/Beach OPEN HOUSE,SAT SUN CEE E OAK 42. Behind THIS house py OAKLEAF OPEN HOUSE LeBaron Condos 6 floor
advertise "any prefer- 1850sf-$199k, No, 12 13 1pm 7352 ANY. bMORE! Ad at 2-6p, Sun 1-4p 2/2$334k, Availlmmed.
edlimitation or dis- Candlerhomes.com San, Blu Dr 4.2bab. Irb .. m r, e2,,l.a THEY DONT i AC lmd72w4.2, Hlots of u grades, a 5
Pcrimnaton based on 327-0558 ool i brick 2l 300 a W in a229ki291-1731.
A1 ot cements aagEstate sex handicap, family alr it Le on B 1. FSoan EBrT LIKETHIS g6 19 8,2s io PACESLANDe-SA on.
st-Intracoast R. B.S,, ..ui OVER $20K! Gated 268sq ft gated
100Clubsand For Sale stginsor a Intention to 306904.7333o46a R La 3-I HScr,,ed ANY MORE .O268 f adn Community. 6u gaed
IFonrn ttlate_5_3.5, pgraned appol -
Organizationsrmaae any such pref- uicbr.4eratedr 1 lYOrSCtommunity .r mnty, ac alo 5.
tin andServices 230-2GeorgiaCounties erence, limitation or LEASEPURCH S. Kernan .-,in, inLR l132r .0lo llnertov. 384-17 2900a rLakefront, t3yrsf
TehpsodeDuating 2m4Femandin t Fam ilial statu d. 9,000.Cal71-264 0 S ok 2.'0tT WeMicadlhhfo .0 4-many
0Tlonhaed cati 24 Aeunusdin 18F a9i27a I stat 31 us Ind. Brokers. 710-3111 oLlurg1irn poy ofiyaur,8u7,gra3es and Ready to
Services Amelia Island includes children under iMIUANA separ ate mother inlad move in. $369,o900 t fAa/
iHappyAds 296 Georgia Miscellaneous the age 18 living with PABLO BAY i ANA struck ion. 3BR.,Great ,.rKiho ip87k 71aS020 62-4567/382-6770 360
USLost and Found 300Avondale/Ortega parents or legal custo- 2400sf,$469k ALLBRICK 4 3 576-uro Rd. Starter Home, Newer 2-4567/382-6770Town/State
o 3Notices H32Riverside dians, pregnant women Candlerhomes.com ta IR. DR. K, Cose to d NAS d nMES FOR2 r 64 FSa
Pesnl3 noSSouthside and people securing a327-0558 t cam an c.l d. ig SOuh un Seaocard Ac e AC Replumbed, New NORTHSIDE HOMES FOR 5te
1Psols os custody of children ____ ____ bkPacnrcn pr l 2'00F 3R vth re Windows, Ceramic SALE OR RENT-1300 340 stohnsDE MS
130Tickets 306l ntracostai West under 18. CIt.' $29 k .86.9-274 Great RtRom o Rmr.m lr, Flooring. Wood dn.Selirs financing ior County owner 5+Sacres.
9Travel/Ridaes 3074SanMarco This newspaper will 307 San Marco BRICK 32 rnome neFa Hmrs C3rg,6 :k. CabneLs in Kitchen. i buers P;F LMillon dollarkview lots,
140Vacation/Travel 310 Mandarin not knowingly acceptLA hn cre ca LaR, Nicely L landscape. -,.E lJ. Bri ck3os S 23-4 m 4s2 5on sf high atop Wilder
190/976Services 315 Arlingtond any advertising for real Cr.Ial Sprinos Elem. ch.&b. Fenced Yar N b k moment, fpl, 0acu tub0 Mountain. Excellent-
320 estate which Is in vio- FSB 4093LondonRd 1900-si. SpI. r1r Ma.lr. Askng~S70 000 NEego Carpor. Extra Room. 6"',-.142 bapro JCakotueeok ntain.sit e nde
47DatingServices 320Westside ati FSBO 4093 London Rd g In o 3780385'7.6407 CALLODAY 38834 Reduced to 123900 Aprox 2coakot $660k. cabin site surrounded
l1oEntertainment 322Argyle lat ion of the law. Our 3/2 1700+sf, 2 car gar N'S 3 1, 00%Finanrclng Call Mi*ke759-3035 reby trees overOelookin'eyBud
rdsu32Sers 4O Cereb I crnr lotdgreat cond,*CH/A. nr, crt pin Oe osrivervUL 1-4 m W er valley. BiNe
services 325Nohiacksonville rders rea t ab nr lo, retd7 o Buying a Home? Nancy Bateh 8K R204 o n aCGolfRidgeDr.Elkon access for swimming
N 327ADowtown this newspaper are FSBO San Jose/Univer- Contact your VA (904)H860-8102 Unbellevablel No pay- 312- oeCr.Lakefront lot and and fishing. Start-
330Beaches available on a equal sity, Country living in merits a 31j1 icr I ear uor,.rlg treeline. 808-4651 Ing at 39,900. Owner
S Lostand 32Middleburg 5oportuntybasis,-' theucity,400O0sf4abr4ba Home Loan Expert- 1' 67.990 5 495a.020 financcn on all lots.
Found 334Keystone Heights/ o complain of d acous formal: LR Laurie 1M. Potter0 342 t Augustie 7 3-/0085 or
Mersecriminaton call HUD DR, Fam Rm, game Rm M. Potter 3St. Augustine 772-263-3775 Ask about
33rane Park toll-free telephone study, 2 car gar, heated YNCM (USN et 330 Beaches our mini vacation.
.0a n u m b e r a tpEool, jacuzzi, gazebo,42.1 V N0 n C s-. .
FOUND October 21 In 33, Clay county 1-800-669-9777. The Irg treed lot on creek, 4,2 1980sf, W.G.V New, NC Mountains-
SweetwaterCreek 33oBaker County toll-free telephone Open House Sun. 2-5, BuyinqSel, gor Se okr an,, upgrades.Resort NEW LOG CABIN
Estates, a tan and 339 Putnam County number for the hearing $579,000. Call 571-2640 refinancing? Contact w .cahehief.com 282.00 904-422-6743 cabin on 2+ac 79,900.
whiteadultpmale 340St.John'sCountyu I m p a I r e d Iw sltcec 2 -2674 cabi l ,
long-haired cat. 320t Augustine 180092792750 Laurie for anyo u8 -HERIA GE9LANfmtn views, and stream,
Obviously lost from a 3 t AugustinBeach Mandarin Laurieforanyofyour 87 -3 46-7827 HERITAGE LANDING ez to finish 828-286-1666
REALTY New4br, 2300sf. $310k owner/broker
caring milyhe Nass county 310 Mandan ,904)449330 225 financing needs, including 322 Argyle DON BROWNo call: 916-479-3626
very gentle anE5d Cell (904) 463-2065 VA FHA home equity or
sweet natured, needs 350 WaterfronMt IBEAOdNorth Carolina Mtn
someone to love If 360utofArea/TowHO Jose 194k, o87-9150 @countrwideo conventional loans. NEAR OAKLEAF PLANT. lot 75X125 17th St 1 345 County Pre-Construction Sale
37 srage 305 Southsde Brand new 5/3 homsn lauriepotter nGardenTu CarGar, bFSBOE.2ofAA3/2+ Parke, 3/2, g lot. Unspoiled Mtn.Area. Lim-
375Farms/Acrera n 3e i RI ER LScrnd Patio. Appl- Sunrm 1600sf Excellent $279,900 904-206-0530 ited Availability. Call for
EsowneBartram Springs,2 ano3/2.Se ances Stay, Like New. cond. $379k. 285.5817w
| t0_____ 380 Investment Property T owno s n 5613-2 San Jose Bld. HOME LOANS MOVE IN READY! $199900 Details & Private Showg.
382 Retirement Comm. 3/2,2c gar, bit '02 1550sf Ironwood Jacksonville, FL 32207 CALL 22MI934or70.S453 LAND FOR Open 7days/wk. McKeough
120 Notices For Sale CanterwoodDr. 225K Call Jean or Marty CALL 2251934orceanfront Land Co. 866-930-5263
385 Miscellaneous avail now. 879-0369 699.5395./545O128 I "",E' -Me a I JaxMBeach. Brand new SALE
390Real Estate Wanted 3/2 Frpl newly remodi- $1300n$1955 mor R : luxury condo. 4B/4Ba,
Alma C. Defillo e4ed/low dwn ay- i .T V6n Ct, i Callahan Area 365 Manufactured
Atto neey At Law Fernandina/ ment EZ fin. 568-6656 "._ I_ f e AIA Realty 6 Homes
Immigration.Law Amelia2Beautful4/LSTiled- 315 Arlington 9 32626-6393.
Amelia Island rkthen. CERAMIC SHOWE9R 4/2
& CriminaloLaw s$195.000. 565-1984 1 SAWMILL LAKES 0 STUPL O12ACE
Hablamos Espanol YULEE NEW CONSTRUCTION O 0 51 0 DOWN -0 CLOSING $425k Open House 350 Waterfront CALL (904) 225-0222
929 PeninsularPlace 4BR2BA2008F. SecSys, East Hampton Sub S/35 4 3BR'S irom 1100k A nFc am ily C m m uni t y Sat/ Sun l:00-4:OOPM 350 watront
Jacksonville 3224 Sprinkler Sys, Nice Lot, story stucco, approx Call no* 1 qualir, I 221 S. Mill Ridge Trail FLEETWOOD ENTERTAINER
Jacksonville 32204 Large Screened Patio, 3300sf htd pool/hot 5 wel Re .9555 Walden Chase 4/3425K 2/2.5 St Johns Welaka 2006
354-3778 All AppliancesMaster tub, cr anai w/fncd yd Ted CmpbellRealty ownfln$790mo904899-2550
The hiring of a lawyer is Bath with Gar en Tub, backs unto preserve,. i Tp ARLINGTON PCS'INla tne904_1a .56e Rlwnigrnat 904-f855- 2550 al l
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an important decision and a 2 Car Garae. $529.,90. 66-8071 182F. 32 Spit ,e' o
that should not be MOVE IN READY! 1229.000 J Cu.deac UpgradesAM Miitar IisAouns W FREE Washer er with new mve-insn
based solely upon CALL22-1934or 70S4593 Johns Creek 4/2, Lg. yrd 2,O(S04,S 3 272 Military discounts FREE Washer & Dryer with new move-ins Orange Park/ Oceanfront lot on N. Call Sandy ur 695-2255
advertisement. Before to Natures Preserve. Clay Fletcher Ave. 90%
you decide, ask us to 2000an n af.$329k. 223-7288 E Z Financing on 2/2 & 3/2 Bedrooms
send you free written 3 Avonda le/ Z k -6 PURCHASING OR E Z Financing OAvailablen2 &isl,3laln m
Info rmations about our en useLi C3 RI AciN0wimming ool playground, basketball court 995k. 904-424-1661
Nai moncationsoInrWe canefinance you on
Sat NoV 5th &l2th 1-4pm Call Nr, e expert'' oi .rd. Swmmng, -O I BEAUTIFUL Ioc off Fliem
ex7954 Lnksde Dr 728829 situations accepted nt o a w or repo with
Premier Coast Realty Access E Mort ago 3BR2Bath,2car IIngatedcome
n "2700+ sq. ft. Large R 1-888-402-7325 0 1 rage patio Margaret'sWalk $989K Call Sandy 695-2255
een Premie Coast x1N1 W oodland Estates
NEEDALAWYER? back ard 4/3.5 Open House Sat & Sun call s904 7719055 ing encedyard. Contact591,3886
AccidentArrestDivorce? plusoffce. 2Car 12-4. San Jose Forest. E. ARL 3/2,1450sf, 2cgar. G- I OcToRSLAKE i, :, .
AAA Attorney Referral Svc Earage. Rent for 6936 LaLoma Dr. 3/2 : new cp nt,- fpl, scr ,-OpenHouseSun 12-4 with NO CREDIT OR
800-733-50 568- 6818 updated. $385k 626-1431. patio. $20_9k. 509-1213 -9 '5 All Brick-4BR 2BA Ideal Ic. Custom 2 yr old, all brick SLOW CREDIT. We have
Need" NO InN COTh'hoso mall.5 Tled 4/3, 3100sf, 12ft cell- A SPECIAL for you call
06- 61 8 1O L SI GO--j N e ed lld r *2 be r 1 ap c l o, 4 3 3 .5 c r i / p ool spas dock 695 -22 5
/t Mandarin? Groat D 9M s kit cabinets counter W1,0 spa, docuse,
Si /rates. Meals pro. Lb rartion A RT8INVENTORYT REDUCTION
vided.2 2Openings_________ _______ Call 272 9349,'61& 8238 3 5118 NETREUON
2t ld Cal endings l h O 219-9674, $799,000. Sale! 2006 Fleetwood
fo2yrs. Call OOciobMr ?Beautiful Starter home 2133 Blue Heron Cove Dr. 28x"44$34.900 259-8028
261 J0 oa 47 al8584 TR O N N RT ne Sftad in0A t,2 corner lot, big ya,
62 6210r or 47 88 t|IU j |_Ule, lN U, 04rn4.nn-- ^ 1593 cr 3 101,b ST. JOHNS COUNTY Land & mobile home on
T mstr baihrm. remoa kit. RIVERFRONT FSBO W'side. Very clean $5k
130E Tickets6a D PROBLEMS7 Nwtoroupgrae Ope n crot1400sf, wd firs, rockfp, down $485mo. 891-5393
SW n -Ope nufl or Dlan w/sa, 2/2, apple, FL rm LAND HOME PACKAGE
BADnl DaNur I Mus ee at $SI156k obo overlooks St. Johns Rvr. 3/2 Double Wide
Jacksonville Jaguarsa L HL E A H E 3;5 124)1207 4833 Most Affordable Home on 1.25 acres in
tickets 3 foreach g me. LET ME HELP YOU BE A HOME on River no Realtors. Middleburg. / Keystone.
Nov. 6 &13 Dec.I I1& 18 *,*t EAGLE LANDING RTO. $528k. 964-810-5467, $980 Down. 1595 Mo.
Jan, I e 0 s ya O WT Lhe OR T aou croose hm m O0 0-31- 0 Sveh ousands
c. gar $159.900 703-0908 ready, $949,900. 744-7417 All of NEFia, and SE Ga
[ [It FSBO Margarets Waterfront, navigableI 500 D own FREE Qualifying
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210Auctions Range Crescent Ct. ME _W JONSAES@BELLSOUTH.NE
210 Estate Sales 1450,000. Call 298-1765
2EPublicaSales Active Dut / Retired 2 BRAND NEW CONDOS FSBO MOVINGIMUSTSELL
A DB 3 ue tty IMeddleburg secluded I Vilaglo,3/2,1385sf, $235k 3/2. 1525sf+ over 2 acres
and private, 2 MH on ea. 954- 605-2947 ofland. Won'tlast
EstateSalesRECEIVE.$1000_705 3/2 Baymeadows CallMr. Bradley874S12
210RECEIVE $1t000esS MORRISON HOMES Beautyl 1,408sf w/many or 291-3100
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Macknaw Int renov. BAYMEADOWS/9A gated
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Call 813-1103 3/2 new $1395 807-8757
Jacksonville's #1 Investor's Baymeadows/9A Ned
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highest LTV's! No junk
fees! Rehab draws Baymeadows/S.S. 3/2.5,
upfront! Call John 1569sq.ft. carport
Friedel today for more pool, all major app Inc ,
info. 904.737.0144 screened lanai,
Atlantic Capital Assoc, $1250/mo 553-1497
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SS Quad BRK 2/2 CH/A BAYMEADOWS Deerwood
SAll Rented o $2430/Mo -3/2, 1530sf, all new, fplc,
$298K. 904-287-7731 lanal, $1195mo. 505-3648
BEACHES-3/2, 1st fir,
385 Miscellaneous $1400mo. Jardin De Mer
S c 7 s 241-2170 728-3954
BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2
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S$1600mo. 707 704- 7260
Foreclosure or 904-993-4044
oreclosure Kenmore
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is /Icemaker 18cu $175,
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Value More Than $100K $75.WhirlDool washer $75.
GE Electric stove
247-7980 self- cleaning $150.
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$44,900! For listings new appi & D/W, gated
800-749-8124 xF20 comm. Chris 333-1150.
N'SIDE Foreclosure 3bd Rent $950 or Sale $162k.
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390 Real Estate Merril Pines 2/2 New
Wanted (904)339-3285 Great.
Sm.pets allowed
ANSLE OAKS ARYE /2 1N's9de 2/2.5 New
$ 1- 800- 301- 3223 $ N'deTownhome
i 1 L Custom blinds, all
WE BUY appliances garages
HOUSES FASTI near airport yard care
HOUSES FAST incl. $1000mo
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HOMEVESTORS 912.322-9288
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AMERICAS O.P-new 3/2,club,pool,fit
#1 HOME BUYER cent, bb court. 1800 Park
SAve. $975mo. 505-9488
Ocean View
ANGELO BUYS Amelia Island
HOUSES CASH I! 8 Condo Rental;
Any cond, handyman, 1000sf, new
fire damaged 2BR/2BA pcs orders.
distressed vacant or Furnished/unfurnished.
occupied, ANYWHERE, Long term '1 yr
ANY CONDITION... $1400mo 904-556-1812
Apts/comm'l/residential ncla -3/ granite
NO DEAL TOO BIG or Palencia -3/2 granite
TOO SMALL 11 counter tops, lots of
Quick closings or extras.$1250m.254-2543
904- 626- 1636 Palencia-Brand New 3/2
904- 813- 5253 granite counters, ch&a
prkg, amenities. $1350.
+Iidep. incl. cable, hl.-spd
Need To Sell? net, water. 904-315-2042
We want to buy Ponte Vedra 1/1. w/d,
prica o condition FP, 2 firs, pool club
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totheskypropertles.com PVB-Luxury 2/2, gar,
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WSegot youEEcashfatL R'SIDE On ne riper nex[
904-384-1712 to Memorial park. 1.I1.
^! ig liing rm. oat firs.
uli kic h 389"6394
Sail Cove @ St. Johns TC
1/1 beautiful view.
$935mo. 635-8888
SAN JOSE at The Colony
New lux 2/2, new appli,
carpet, steps to pools
Real Estate $950m+dp. 398-9929
for Rent SOUTHSIDE-3/2, 1600sf,
w/d, dw, 2 pools, BB ct,
400 Apartments fitness Business cntr,
4FuApartmentshed new tile, Spacious
Furnished Move In Special
405 Apartments 904-545-0019
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement S'SIDE 1/1, 1st fir, scrn
Comunt is patio, access to pool,
Communities no pets. $650m. 5048321
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished S'slde Bartram Pk 3/2.5
42 Manufactured lcgar, $1400m. 1st mnth
Homes 1/2off. 904-568-0257
427 Mobile Home Lots S'SIDE Emerald Preserve
430Roommates at Bartram Pk. New
435Rooms to Rent 2/2.5 twn hm, 1 c. gar
440 Beach/Vacation/ $1150/mo (904)251.4932
Resorts Houses
44 Storage/Mini- 415 Fused
Lockers__ Furnished
450 Management/Rental
Services Ponte Vedra Beach-
455 Wanted to Rent modern, newly furnished
2/2 home.Lovely fenced
yard,big screen HDTV,
garage.$1575mo.Lorl
4 nn Apartments 904.646.1715/757.232.3366
Furnished PVB Steps from the Bch
2/3, new cpt, pool on
Room for Rent lagoon, ofc, Ig yd fully
S St. Mary's furn O$1900m. 392-8322
li> Cal I 322 -698. w * *
Private bath, Westslde House
entrance non smokers Furnished 4BR/2BA
nly Close to base Patio enclosed
$300/mo plus some w/AC, auto-garage,
Utilities 3 miles from NAS$1200.
Lawn care provided no
405 Apartments pets. For info 716-9166
Unfurnished 42 Houses
4 Unfurnished
Arlington area
ANSLEY OAKS ARGYLE 3/2 $995 FAM RM
APARTMENTS 1822SF, 2 Car Gar, Work Shop
NearJU. 2BR/1.5BA VAHSANDTRE3893540
large 2 story, central ARYE/ AT R i
heat& air, W/D hkups C ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT RKFPLC
fully equip kit, mini SCREEEDPATIO, L EYD.
blinds. $585mo (util. REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
not included). $500 Arole
security dep. Appli- -Lgakeview @ Watermill
cation &credit check 8316 Swanton Lane
required. Clean & 3/2/2 1447sf $995
Quiet Community. FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
Call 724-7800 ext 2471 (904) 730-8060
BEAUTIFUL Argeview Watermlll
W'SIDE COMMUNITYI 9302 Prosperity Lake
Offerdng Spacious 4/2/2 1745 $1145
1 & 2 BR's & 2 Pools FEDERATED MOGMT GROUP
Q STARTING AT $485 (904) 730.-8060
Close to shopping,
FCCJ & Downtownl Argyfe
CALL HOWl 387-2933 TImberpoint
8071 Timberpoint Drive
CF & HAS 2BR DUPLEX 4/2/2 1745sf $1095
NEW CPT AND TILE, FEN YD./ FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
r'-F REQUIRED $595 778-2897T l (904) 730- 8060


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ArgyleTimberpoint
8086 Timberpoint Drive
3/2/2 1441sf $950
FEDERATED MQMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Arlington 3/1.5 ch&a,
laundry rm fenced yd
$985. Call 233-3065.
AVONDALE BUNG 3/1,
ch/a, hdwd firs, fncd
yd, deck, porch, d/w,
1000m. 386-446-9388
Bayard Area-2/1,
Country Area-
310-830-0615
BEACHES -Walk to bch,
3/2, hrdwd firs,
$1400mo. 233-6119
Heritage Landing
2812 Sheep Head
4/2/2 1845sf $1125
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ICW
299 Summer Springs
3/2 1198sf $1025/mo
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ICW Cute house 3/2,
1400sf, fncd yd, $1250m
+dep. 904-866-1431
ICW new house 4/2,
2200sf, ap pli, Short
term avail. $1600m +
dep. Call 904-866-1431
JAX BCH Beautiful New
3/2, gar, w/d, fncd yd.
$1400m. (904)838-3484.
Jul Creek 3/2.5 TH,
water view. dbl drive-
way, lawncare pool
access,gated.$1200
904-230-0701/484-6112
JUUNGTON CREEK
Spacious 3Br, Living
room, family room +
formal Dinning room,
huge kitchen, fully
fenced yard. Squeaky
Clean. $1450m. 280 2805
Julington Crk 2/2.5 TH,
LR, DR, nice Ig eat-n- kit,
all appi, wtr view, gated,
1cgar, $1000m. 287. 9235
LAKElWOOD 3/1
updated, fplc $925mo
737-2542
LAKEWOOD 3/2 updated,
SS appi, fplIc, wd firs,
$11S5mo. 737-2542
Lakewood Waterfront
2 2,2C. gar. ipl uPtO .
$l100mo 73, 2,2
Macclenny Ne, '3 'a.
31100i'i Aail 0ec .31450
de 838 6'31
MAND 2 I lcgar .,itn
d ., a p I c. d c k
tile- iOr. a.a3 1 1 -15. cail
571 26.3 6170. S835 mo
MAND. .. Pc.i.l 25005T.
371SLce,.c.ldLn 4 2 5
nrc oorcn 2 car gar
367-2333 ask T:.r Crut
MANDARIN Bartram Pk
3/2.5 Townhome
$1050mo. 708-4476
MANDARIN
11301 Lake Mandarin Cmr E
1/1.5/1 1044sf $800
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730.8060
MANDARIN -3/2, 1500sf,
fnced yd, 2 car gar, hot
tub, $1450 904-262-5421
Mandarin newer home
3/2/2. $1200mo $1200
dep. 12408 Richards
Glen Ct. 904-859-0498
MAND-Brand New 2/2
TH. Gated comm, pool,
all apple, Inci w/d. Over
100sf. Call 669-4782
MDLBRG-new 4/2, LR,DR,
FR. 2 car gar. Lg lot,
quiet nbrhd, culdesac.
$1200mo +sec dep.
732-363-8584
MIddleburg
1937 Apopka Drive
3/2/2 1228sf $895
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-.8060
Middleburg
3840 Hideaway
3/2/2 1356sf $925
FEDERATED MGMt GROUP
(904) 730-8060
NORTHSIDE 2/1 & 3/1
homes $565 to $800mo.
Xtra clean, w/d ch&a,
fenced. 710-7431
N'SIDE 3/1 Off Dunn Ave
Ig yd, w/2 sheds, newly
remod. quiet & com-
fortable. $750. 687-4962
NSIDE 3/1 Off Lem Turner
New everything!
$775mo. 904687.-4962
O.P. 3/2.5 townhome. 2
story, garage 1729sf,
$1175md. 904.370.0426
O.P. OAKLEAF -4/3
New 2425sf, Ig MBR & FR,
lanal, $1495mo. 505-3648
Oakleaf Plantation 4/3
2 story, brand new.
591-2707/772-8507


ARGYLE
9592 Stratham Court
3/2 1610sf $1050

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

Lakeview@Watermill
8316 Swanton
3/2/2 1447sf $995


A20\ Houses
420 Unfurnished

OAKLEAF PLANTATION
-5/3.5, 2 story, brand
new, 619-640-1986
OAKLEAF TH, 3/2.5 / 1,
great doc. Gated comm.
lOOOmo. 874-8009
SOLD ORTEGA 3/2
T" 2000sqft on a sce-
L nic pond. Garage,
new kitchen,
updated bathrooms,
see katycook.com
$1600mo 904 535- 8896
OP/BEAR RUN 4/2 $995
1750SF Fam Rm, Lg Deck
VANSANDTRE 38 3540
OP/OAKLEAF 4/3 w/
bonus on lake, 2370sf
$1595mo. 514-1038
OP 3/2, new cpt, all appi
fncd bckyd, $950m. Dave
904-545-7256 for details.
OP-3/2, Renovated, New
appl.,carpet.Crnr lot. Lg
yrd.$990m. 1-904-461-0845
OP COUNTRY CLUB
Gated 3/2 $1200/mo.
Call 904-276.4628
OP FLEM ISL 3/2 Villa on
lagoon, scrn rm, tile
firs. Corlan shutters,
w/d. fridge, avail 12/15.
$1500mo. 213-8345
OP SOUTH 3/2, gar, Fen
Bk Yd, Equip Kit, Scrn
Patio, No Inside Pets
$950+$950dp. 291-0409
OP Spacious 3/2 on Ig lot
w/big oaks in premium
neighborhd. 16x32
storage/shop bldg. Inci
wtr, sewage, garbage.
$1125m. 269-8376
a Orange Park/Oak-
E leaf Plantation
0f w4/2/2, 1750sf,
community
ammenities Included,
upgrades, avail 12/1,
(904)406-2992 $1175
Orange Park
2843 Harvest Moon
4/2/2 2089sf $1295
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
S Orange Park 3/1.S
SNew Carpettile,paint,
w1d fenced yardW/D.
314 Hollls. $800m+dp.
210-8736 PCS
Orange Park-3/1.S
new carpet, paint, tile,
o f fenced yard, washer
2 /dryer. 800mo +dp.,
210-8736 PCS.
Orange Park
590 William Penn
3/2 1500sf $950
Large fenced backyard
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Orange Park
Harbor Island
1548 Bayslde Drive
3/2/2 1900sf $1145
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
Pace Island Rental
S$1495. close to NAS
VlJAX. Clay county
schools. Gated comm
Owner PCS. 757.889.6008
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
car gar, comm pool/ten
$1175mo3S2-514-1848
PVB / Salt Creek, 3/2 +2c
gar, w/d, culdesac, lawn
care $1875. 770-594-8140
SAN MARCO Cottage 2/2
1500sf w/d, new kit. no
dogs, $1195m. 887-0660
Southslde
13217 Currltuck Dr North
3/2 1500sf $1010
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
Southslde
299 Summer Springs
3/2 1198sf $1025
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730.8060
SOUTHSIDE 3/1, CH&A,
nice n'hood, close to
schls $875 + dep
282-5038
SOUTHSIDE 3/1,1200sf
$850mo/$500dep.
1702 Cortez Rd 545-2342
Southside
650 Americas Cup
3/2/1 1068sf$775
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
S'slde- 3/1.CH&A.
wdhkup, fenced, $850mo.
+dep. 2926 Kent Rd.
737-3962 or 403-9668
S'slde 3/1 off Emerson
newly remod., Irg yd
garage, nice & quiet
n'hood. $875. 687-4962
S'slde detached home,
Just 2yrs old w/2car
par. & nice yard, 3/2,
located in Hawkins Cv
off Atl. Blvd. betw
Regency Mall & Bchs.
$1250mo. 904-588-4541
ST. AUG Brand New 3/2,
2000sf, Near SR206.
$1300m. 0 dep 838-6440


NORTHSIDE
10867 Apple
Blossom Trail
3/2 1721sf $1125

WESTSIDE
6805 Plum Lake Dr
3/2 1456sf $975
1 Month Free!

11240 Panthers
Creek Court
4/2/2 1978sf $1225


Northwood@Watermill
9343 Daniels Mill ORANGE PARK
3/2/2 1543sf $1025 543 Charles Pinckney
3/2/2 1025sf $995
8192 Leafcrest Drive
4/2 1745sf $1095 473 Crabapple Court
Corner Lot 1/2 off 2/1.5 900sf $625
1st full mo
2700 Secret Harbor


SOUTHSIDE
11471 Kimberly Forest Di
3/2/2 1292sf $925


4/2/2 1763sf $1125

r OAKLEAF
783 Bellshire
3/2/2 1633sf $1075


ICW
13217 Currituck Dr N MIDDLEBURG
3/2 1500sf $1025 Sheraton Lakes
1860 Sheraton Lake
917 Majestic Cypress 3/2/2 1258sf $875
Drive North
3/2/2 1410sf $895 Lake Asbury
2791 Sapid Court
GREEN COVE SPRINGS 3/2/2 1430sf $990
3340 Citation
4/2/2 1800sf $1095 1863 Sherwood Drive
3/2/2 1280sf $795
JULINGTON CREEK Fenced!
Riverside @
Julington Creek Summerbrook
352 Redwood Lane 1260 Winding Brook Ct
3/2/2 1300sf $1025 4/2 1465sf $1025

www.federatedmanagementgroup.com


S Houses
420 Unfurnished

S'slde-E. Hampton.
Convenient to 9a &
Baymeadows. 4/2.5, All
appliances. $2100mo +
Imo dep. 866-9555

St.Johns 195/CR210, new
5/4,3 car gar, 2800sf,
$1850m. 858-405-1441

Vilano 4br/3.Sba beach
home brand new!ll hw
firs, fend 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 App. $1950
Or 2/2 for $1090
(904)613-0518
WESTSIDE 2/1 Fen, W/D
hookup No Pets 600
CalI579- 7022
.Q WESTSIDE -2/acres,
S 3/2, + bns rm, LOR, GR,
Sw/d nn, remod kit,
w/appl Great country
living In town Il$1150mo +
sec dep. Available Nov 15
(904)374-9913

Westside 3/2 Fresh
paint, new carpet,
large fenced lot, 3
miles to base
$900mo plus deposit
291-4316
SWestslde 3/2 Fresh
|g paint, new carpet,
\Ilarge fenced lot, 3
wmIles to base,
$900mo plus deposit
291.4316
SWestslde 3/2
nice pool home
S w/yard, closet
NAS. Avail 12/1
$1100mo. $1000 deo,
904-813-1336
Westslde ,
Natures Hideaway
3/2 1157sf $795 & up
FEDERATED MMT GROUP
(904) 730.-8060
WESTSIDE NR O.P. 3BR 1.5BA
WD, GARAGE, ALARM, NO PETS
REF REQ. $795/MO. 860.7219
Westside
Panther Creek
11305 Panther Creek Pky
4/2/2 1994sf $1225
Covered patio
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730.8060
Westslde
Plum Lake
6805 Plum Lake North
3/2/2 1456sf $975
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730.8060
Westslde
Plum Lake
6778 Plum Lake Drive N
F 3/2/2 1456sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730.-8060
World Golf Village
758 MacKenzie Circle
4/2/2 1745sf $1275
FEDERATED MOMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
World Golf Village
1319 Ardmore
4/2/2 1745sf $1295
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
W'slde- 3/2, totally
refurbished, new cpt,
CH&A $975mo 699-8796
W'side 3/2 trailer on 15
acres. 3/1 house.
Ea. $750mo. 387-1804
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 7055453

A42 Manufactured
Homes

BEACHES
2/1 & 3/2, starting at
$499. 904-249-6444
MIddleburg 2/2 1 ac. '03
w/d hkp, $700m+ $500
sec+lst /last. 406-0666

3/2 AND MOVE IN
Call 695-2255
W'SIDE SW very clean,
nice yd, no pets, $525m.
$525dp. 891-5393

427 Mobile Home
427 Lot Rentals

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

430 Roommates
Gated Townhouse
Off Atlantic and
4 Kernan $600.
Includes private
bath, utilities, washer,
dryer. Contact Hanika
940-224 0215..
thehanlka@)yahoo.com.
or
hanika.torio@ifljack.ang
.af.mll
ICW -nice neighborhood,
$395mo.
379-4717 No Smoking
Mdbg/OId Jennlngs
DWM to share 4/2, furn.
W/mature n/smoker.
Sat/Wd/fplce/lacre
$465mo + 1/2 util.
C.307-5000 H.291-3311
Near UNF, furnished
room In 4/2.5 home
must be nonsmk and
neat $445. 887-8622
SOrange Park/
Argyle Forest
W W Seeking 2
non-smoker
roommates to share
3/2 house. $4520mo.
Call Nhan
1904)631-5664
W S WF seeks day
workingg Male Furn rm
Pool. non smoker S325m
Inclutilh 904777 5955

435 Rooms
35 to Rent

ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
w/Micro. Refrig
low dall i%ly rates
10': off lor wkl2 room
KINGS INN 725-3343

a Bedroom Westslde,
SMH Nice Park, need
I\ Jlandlord reference
$100 deposit, cable
TV, NO PETS. Negotiate
rent. 803-8125
a Male Roommate
=/ near NAS Jax. Very
i|>lce $100 weekly.
Call 904779. 4660
N'West-$85wk +sm. dep
access to bus lines and
grocery stores.713-8401,
O.P/Jax-master br
w/prlv. bath in beaut.
home w/pool. Avail
now. $600mo. 662-4700
OP-Nice Room for rent
$140wk+dp pool hot tub,
bckorndchk. 505-0637


Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts

OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $395wk.
352-376-9644 www.
oldclty.com/oceanfront
OCEANFRONT-S. Jax Bch
1/1 Beautifully furn.
$1600m. 904 881-5793
PVB oceanfront Lovely-
vacation home. 200r
beach .Pool.spa.Wk/Mo
904-710-0077



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Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent
S S Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent





BEACH BLVD /
S'SIDE-3500 -5900sf
bidg, whse & ofc., hi
ceilings, 646-3700
CR210 2000sf exercise
studio. Looking for
financial partner or
sublease. High traffic
area, 904-210-6590
SUNBEAM RD Ofc/ Whse
800sqft, $650 + dep.
737. 3962or403.-9668

S07 Businesses
For Sale

BAGEL STORE 7yrs at the
Bch. 1st $25k. Must sell
247-9911/234-4953
NATIONAL BRAND ICE
CREAM/ COFFEE SHOP
for sale. No Franchises
or royalty fees. Great
loc. low over head. All
equlpt Incl. 3mos free
rent. Financing avail.
$89,000. 904-226-3098
PET SHOP
St. Johns Co. $160,000
904-477-6520
Turn key Cafe/Bakery In
Atlantic beach. 1000sf.
$129k, nego 379-1146

sio Office Space
For Sale





1si Office Space
For Rent

ARt 1400sf, $1275mo.
Lonestar Rd., former
Laudromat. 233-3065
1,200SF Atlantic Beach
on Atlantic Boulevard.
2,400SF Jacksonville Bch
on 3rd Street South
1,200SF and 1,125 SF
Treetops Office Center
one mile North of JTB
on US1. Ronald McVay,
Collier Dicklnson
358-1206 Ext. 123






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

Ss0 Business
Opportunities

#1 REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS -Stop
foreclosures Easy.
Lucrative 877-230-5833
CR210 2000sf exercise
studio. Looking for
financial partner or
sublease. High traffic
area, 904-210-6590


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DOLLAR STORE FOR SALE
Red. Sale $25k obo.
904-298-3102. Relocating.
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877-465-VEND (8363)
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with Hazmat, & 2yrs OTR
exp, Container exp.
Good pay Home daily.
Call Tony 910-7265
CLASS A OWNER
OPERATORS home
every day $1.31 per
miIle+Fuel& bonuses
2500-4000 miles per wk,
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Deliver roofing materi-
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6447 10-5 wkdays for 5 days week
apptmt. Home after every shift -
S$750wk guarantee
Vacation & Cobra neg.
707 Driver Up to $3k bonus for exp
______ ~Fuel Drivers
Local Jacksonville Area
CDL, MILITARY LIC & Fuel Tanker Night Shifts
MECHANIC HELPER Must have:
for Blount Island project. CDL A w/X endors.
Veterans encouraged to 3 years T/T experience
apply. Start $10.50. Clean criminal report
Call 732- 9300 3 points or less on MVR
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pd wkly, nights & for application
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pass dot physical. And
background check. Hourly
van positions avail also.
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904-493-5222

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709 Aviation
AIRLINE SERVICE
TECHNICIANS
Jacksonville's premier
FBO is currently seek-
ing motivated, ener-
getic & personable
individuals to provide
ground support at JAX.
Florida Drivers license
re preferably w/CDL.
Knowledge of general
aviation air craft and
fueling procedures
preferred. Varied hours
and shifts, competitive
salary; min. exc. ben-
efits pkg. Apply in
person, 14600 Whirl-
wind Ave.. Jacksonville,
32218. EOE/ DFWP.
COMMERCIAL
AVIATION FUELER
Signature Flight Sup-
port (a BBA Aviation
services Group com-
pany) world's largest
BO and aviation sup-
prort network has an
immediate opening for
a full time Aviation
Fueler at our JAX Int'l
Airport facility. Expre-
ferred but not required.
$9/up comm w/exp.
Must have valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/
GED and flexible
availability. Candi
dates must pass arug
screen, 10 years back-
ground check. Appli in
person before 11/18 ai.
Signature Flight Support
JAX Int'l Airport
14700 Yonge Dr
An Equal Opportunity
Employer

710 Industrial/
710 v Trades

AC SERVICE TECH AND
INSTALL HELPER
Top pay for top exp.
Good benefits. 509-,1535.
CABINET INSTALLERS
Multi -family cabinet &
countertop installers
for Jacksonville area.
Exp a must. Earn
$1500. -$3000. per wk.
Call Paul 678- 233-7696.
CABINET SERVICE TECH
Timberlake Cabinet, Co.,
part of American
Woodmark Corp.,needs
qualified Cabinet Ser-
vice techs in The Jax
area. Need knowledge
of cab net repair or
woodworking exp
1-800-226-3086 Ext 159
Cable Installers
will train, truck, van or
SUV reqd, Must pass
bkground check, valid
Drivers Lic a must .Call
Dave 904-730-9244
CARPENTER
FRAMING EXPERIENCE
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759-2875
CARPENTERS, LEAD
CARPENTERS DL Trans,
tools req. Paid vac &
Hoi. 707- 4648

CARPENTERS
COMMERCIAL
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits,
paid holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
DFWP/EOE
CONCRETE CUTTER Exp.
pref'd, but will train.
ay depending on exp.
Please call 742.-7364



3 yrs commercial exp.
Full benefits.
Fax resume tO:
(904) 730-9913

DOCK BUILDERS WANTED
Exp a. trars a must.
Good pay. All positions
avail. 904-537-7413
DRIVER/INSTALLER/
SERVICE TECH/SALES
For wood window & door
co. Carpentry skills a
plus. GREAT company
looking fosr GREA
employees. Fax resume
737.0769 or in person
8174 Baymeadows Way
West. DFWP
DRYWALLFINISHING
CREWS 5 yrs exp. St
Aug 904-827-9640
DRYWALL FRAMERS &
HANGERS Group Ins, Pd,
hols vac, 401K. DFWP.
Apply Fickling Brothers
,7M0Lamberth-St.
DRYWALL FRAMERS, HANG-
ERS & FINISHERS Corn-

ELECTRICIANS
& HELPERS
Comm. rsid rimm 2rs
Esp req Exc oeneilt pkg
incli rt-lirement. paio
hoiil a.3 & catlns
Ca3l 721 4044
American ElecTric
8751 Atmantic Bl.d
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS t,p pa onhs ir-.cal
job site Commercial
.%OrK. Immcd openings
Call 361 0041 DFWP
FENCE CREW Comm I &
Industrial with own
truck & tools, Jax area.
Call Steve 813-478-0150
FIELD SUPERVISOR- for
multi -family millwork
installations. Jackson-
viil le area Fax
561-848-3123 or Call
561-848-5556
GAS TECH. PIPEFITrER
(exp natural & propane)
Must have good drivers
license. Great Pay & Exc
benefits pkg.
Apply 1445 W Church St
TB Landmark
Mechanical is a drug
free EOE 598.0417


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710 Industrial/
Trades

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR with exp.
Good pay. Call 813-5740

PAINTERS 3 years
FOREMAN 7 years
min commercial
painting exp. req'd. FT,
own transportation req'd
Verifiable refs. DFWP.
S. David & Co. 636-7788.
PAINTERS- with expe-
rience Own tools &
trans, Call 334-3451
PIPE FOREMAN & PIPE
LAYER exp'd only. for
growing utility con-
racting co. Depend-
able with own transp.
Call 904 813- 4086


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

PLUMBERS: FOREMAN
M/F- multi family
projects for Jax ben-
efits 1-877-351-6226
ext 2024 DFWP
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For New Construction
Top pay, bnfts. DFWP
Call 904-387-0176

PLUMBERS &
PLUMBER HELPERS
Exp'd for Commercial
Plumbing Contractor
for Black Banks Condo
project at Sea Island,
Ga. Contact Office at -
770-475- 5552 or e-mail
qualifications to
cmblowers@tebarco.com

PLUMBERS COMMER-
CIAL Journeyman lic.
w/exp comm work.
DFWP. 384-4604

PLUMBING/SERVICE
TECH
plumbing & septic
service exp. reqd.
Excellent pay & ben-
efits. Call, stop by
Metro Rooter 8892
Normandy Blvd
695-1911

PRESSMAN Exp on Hei-
delbergs, GTO-4 & SM
74. Days. 904- 645.7670
SSCREEN ROOM
INSTALLERS
HOURLY NEEDED
Experience, transp ?
phone re 'd.
904-291-1972

TRIM CARPENTERS
NEEDED-Transp & tools
required. Call 509-5407
TRUSS PROFESSIONALS
All positions. Design
through fabrication.
Day & night shift. Pay
based on experience.
Experience not req'd.
Apply in person
between 10am .2pm
DFWP. Manning Build-
Ing Supplies, 11155
Philips Parkway Dr.
East
WELDERS/FrrrERS
HYDRAULIC ASSEMBLERS -
PAINTER & LABORERS
Apply Hydrolec, Inc
5050 Stepp Ave.
WELDERS
Mig steel stair and rail
fabrication. EOE. Call
260.6880,

711 Marine
7 1 Trade

ELECTRICIANS, PLUMB-
ERS & JOINERS -marine
experience, for work In
Texas, Mississippi, Vir-
ginia & Alaska. Excel-
lent pay rates. Call QCI
Marine Offshore at -
281-885-1300 to apply.
MARINE ELECTRONICS
INSTALLATION TECH-
NICIAN -Exp'd. Needed
to work n St. Aug. Must
have complete knowl-
edge of Raymarine
products. Contact
904-819-9595 M-F 8-5 '


712 Mechanic
AUTO TECHS- for sev-
eral locations in the Jax
area. 5 day work wk.
Earn up to $21/hr +
great benefits. Exp &
tools reqd. ASE cert a
plus. Call 537-9085
Auto Techs needed ASAP!
Coripetmpcte hourl, pa,
arna oen.fprt Mutr n.e
r,'.'-n .-c.lS ASE Certih.-
c katnons a plus G,:,d
oris Call Bob'Scott at 62&.2526

EXP MECHANIC Sig"
on bonus. Helper Ben-
el.ts. 375 1987:4-39 3329
MECHANIC Heavy duty
truck, diesel & trlr 800/
$1000 wk. 813-267.0023

ommerc al rrer
CorporatIon, due to
enlarging our fleet, we
have immediate open-
ings in the mainte-
nance department for
Diesel Mechanics and
Trailer Mechanics. Full
benefits and competi-
tive pay. 3 shifts
available.
Commercial Cardrier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
764-4516
888&547- 6649
EOE. Drug Free Work
place
Truck Mechanic
with exp. for Jackson-
ville FL. location of Ig
nationwide company.
Up to $18/hr with ASA
Heavy Truck Cert. Will
train right person.
Benefits Incl. medical,
dental, vision, disabil-
ity, 401K, sick days,
vacation holidays.
Apply at 218 Morgan
Ave. or call 384-2567.

715 Management/
715J Professional
INSTALLATION MAN-
AGER Wood window &
door co looking for
dynamic personable
hands on person to run
dept. Contractors lid a
plus. Fax resume
737-0769 or In person
8174 Baymeadows Way
West. EOE/DFWP

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. In Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
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health care: NOW HIRING: openings for Security SURF BOARD 10' 4-
RNs-enpatient- Servers/Host/Hostess Supervisors in the Fer- Merchandise.nrzc. custom
Full Benefits APPLY AT. Dental/!401(K) Avail. I pplan es TIres new mounted &
M F Evenings. Nights. The construction Free Life Insurance 95A.la,as.frP235 7,RI ,a; 1 7
NO Weekends trailer on the site 905Art~cles for Sale
required Our new location is: H/S Diploma /GED, valid 910 Arto & Crafts 1L "8 Si
1750 Wells Rd driver's license and 91SBuildng Supplies
Mental Helth Between Oakes Rd security license are 920 Business Ofhice TONNEAU COVER
and Orange Park Mall required. Must be able to
Techs (next to Carrabbals) pass drug screening and 922Collectables arid For Ford F 150 eft
F.TPT, directcare ON-THE-SPOT backgrounds check, Jewelrybd.-
INTERVIEWS Customer Service Ori- 92SCnmouler rod $100 -342 09s6
MON-FRI 9am-6pm ented, good work history 97 Craft TinrO cres-,,..
Security Officer To find out more and willing to work 2SMElectn-.n.cs 915 Building -
FT 5p Sa. 7 on.7 off abouttheoMilers Ale various hours a must. 930Farm, Plantng Supplies -
Houseor queslons 93SFruts Vegetable,'.4,
Driver/Serviced .'-... alehou-noc c...-.. Please Apply 940 AC. HeatFuel/Laminate Flooring ips.i.
FT Days. Personal PARADISE ISLAND (904) 261 5551 950 GardenLaen th cusnioning e in
Vehicle req. DANCERS NEEDED 955 Ho0utelrod Furniture the box Made in
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM 96 Machiner and Tools 7itz4rl 150 0.30
For more info, lease Waltstaff. Bartenders. 965 Me,cali _-__l______ _._i
call 7431I83. Doorstaff WORK JAX EVENTS Get 970 Musical Fjerchandise' 9ess
PORN RNs and LPNs, management leader. i5 Phffice
MHTs always Waltstaff hirin. enter g e, i indi- 975 Photography
weamalrduals ClaSS D l980"ortnggoods "
welcomeCr erred. but wi 990Wantd o Bu- Workstation. CubiclesA!
ApplyIn p-rs9801 Beach Blvd. F olrn Must ca e16 or or Tr-de N--
a4 e r C 3 ll to d a iHerm an M iller., s Ox
(9 a p4 M-Fonly) 641-5033 04.63,0.4012 EOE. LicT Wi_ heGae Frture
orma resumeto BB950,I,010r Office Furniture,
RBHS, Huanlresuresg900 Antiques (904)724-6400
900UnI e BIvd.NIT, 745 Sales .'.a,"
SuFteo7a0C('th Floor), 75 i a u o lhn t 8 Electronics
Jac0sonville, FL 3221L FoWltn buCnHtch
Fax resume to 493-5910. ADVERTISING SALES ACTIVIST WANTED! witbo rning 928 'lonc
EOEA'aDrgFret'W'o'r 2,),r' : lru._" Help ma ke Flori-a cnirsanDlE-at 8MMMovie
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BDental right, articulate, pro. immediately. Call Jim at 904-387-1529
7etl active communicator for CSI, 904-765-5572 SEWING M A C H I NE Air Purifier Hurter
7es-chain driven Singer. /He h
print and web ad sales,* ';il errters ps57-01751Hptc
DENTAl RECEPT- posi Salary, bonus, 401k,& %I_ iher 9997__./ \I i-l "r 4997
tion req: a dynamic, medical for the proven A few good men and Effectie cleaning. 0
detail oriented team performer. Resume to women who want to
player for a busy health idoyle~chlroeco.com or make a positive dif- 902 oippliaices Excellent Corb $
center practice in the 904-285-6020 ext 231 ference in our commu- jasonT 7' 5814C111,
e o area nity. The Clay County--rano
MUst possess. Salvation Army is now G.E. Stover d BoseSo1l's
t onaloranzaioal ELECTRICIANS taking applications for nL w Never used,. Floor.pekers
skills & HELPERS seasonal bell-ringers. Eidcs iAnaro-Bose
rn .E l b r a i Pal is $6.00 per our. ing over, Digital. Acou.timasstrexr

























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benefits avail. &train- Vat ed i ndividu als. for aIIsliftsAMT&PM.'1- t I--P.L Cooru..cnd.eS"0. ',,
ing provided. Please Experience for certain New mid. moving shift Rehrlgerator 'A Pinner r91
positions a must. Valid also available! 'T Aim.-n side b5 am p Icon $25
apply in person: Florida drivers license Find out about:
6050 Youngerman Cir. required. Good ben- $150 SIgn. on Bonus- Has ie maker Call
at l-295&Blanding Blvd efits, EOE.Apla n Em ployee eferral BonusIB 729 7218 Lea.v r es-
person at 1614 Atlantic Please visit us at the sage $100 940 FueaU
university Circle, 32207. Holiday Innofr Toaste l Fuel
-Jacksonville Airport,. roaster oven Blare
S 14670Duval an Dei er Large AC/Heat Window
CAREE O ORTU ITY Wed, Nov9,12pm.8pm& capactyr Toia Unltw/remote .
CAREER OPPORTIUNITIY Thur.Nov 100am.5pm. baker or broexcel $500.407.421-7608 .,r .
RENAISSANCE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS 904-741-677 lent cond. $28.262482 Brother 5 In 1 Fax
AND AFFILIATES employs approximately 450 staff W/D -G.E. 6mo old, like Laser Printer
to provide comprehensive mental health ser- LANDSCAPE new, $400 obo. Digital copier, CFolor
vices throughout the greater Jacksonville area. SUPERV/INSTALLERS 565-1188 paid $500. New in box
FT, M-F, yr round work. Washer/Dryer GE $250. 904-220 7886
VICE PRESIDENT HUMAN RESOURCES aIn k., Sat aa$9/hreL ca vaci ty.d
for .xp'd. Transpt reqd. sklt$NF .Neereou.se 945 Garage
This leadership position reports to the Presi- 287-14s- 54810 Call e ot1 945 GSales
dent/CEO and is responsible for management of MAINTENANCE 998- 8822
all human resources activities, including TECHNICIANS Washer&Dryer Ari Multi Family Sale! Fri,
employee relations, compensation, benefits, JIK Properties, Inc. seeks Good condition $50 sat, Sun, 8-2; 2) wash-
recruitment, selection, and training. Minimum a Lead Maint Tech & a CJ for both Call Ing machs. clths, furn.
qualifications Include a Masters degree in Maintenance Tech for etc. 920 Mllard Ct. W.
Auman Resources or related field and three to Carrington Place Apts. ATLANTIC BEACH
five years human resources managementexe- munity in Jax. Lead Articles MOVING -1317 May-
rience. preferable in the health care field. PHR or Maint Tech must be 4905 1 Sa e port Landing Circle.
SPHR and experience with JCAHO/CARF HVAC & Craftsman Fr Sale Sat 11 Sun11/6&
Accreditation are preferred. certified. Both with min. Sat 11/12 & Sun 11/13 Furn,
of 1 yr apt. exp. Will- Tires Ford Ranger clothes, toys, exercise
Please send resume with cover letter and salary inness to work in 14 in $40 Stereo equip, backyard swing,
Please send resume with cover letter and saay eam w/excellent floor speakers $60- un, cmptr desks., I p MYPRTi FLOR -
history, in confidence, to: customer service track 4 Alum wheels off numerous HH Items, i
record required. *99 Camry $ 100 obo. 249-5967 i'J
Renaissance Behavioral Healthn Systems and Affiliates (901) 6e427n 5 or MMovie F Mw oais coIip e r
P.O. BPx 19249inAprson.adt11815sum movie Family Sail Holiday&, ....,A
P.O. Box 19249 Alden Rd. Projector, very children Items, some
Jacksonville. Florida 32245 9249 Drug-Free Workplace good condition, fum & antiques. Sat 8.5
0 and EOE 904-387-1529 4819 San Clerc Rd.
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945 Garage
545 Sales

FLEM ISL -Fri-Sat 4794
Pine Gate Rd.Furn,
Disney videos, toys,
4 GARAGE SALE
S MOVING
All Items, must go.
934 Cresswell Ln.
off Crystal Springs Rd
Weside l/12Nov.
0800-1400
Historic Springfield Multi
Family Yard Sale Sat.
7 1. household, dishes,
furn. & lots more.
728-3081. 232 E. 2nd St.
HOLIDAY BAZAAR
Fri. Nov. 11th 12N-8pm
Sat Nov. 12th lOam-4pm
Holiday Crafts. Baked
Goods Etc. Woods
Community Center. 1/2
mile W. of ntracoastal
Waterway. 221-5015
JCP -1825 W. Windy
Way, Fri-Sat 7a-12n,
kids items, HH Items,
Mand-2 Fam. Fri & Sat
8-4. 2948 Braemar off
San Jose/Haley. Furn,
cribs,art.collect.,glass,
Holi. dec.clothes, etc.
Mandarin Neighborhood
Garage Sale! 12350
Muscovy Dr. & Craft
Sale! 12335 Macaw Dr.
Hand man crafts, gifts,
decor & 6 room Turn.
DOLL HOUSE. Nov. 12.
8-3. Follow signs at San
Jose & Julington Crk Rd.
S Moving, Selling
S Two dining room
t il sets, entertain-
ment center, misc
electronics and furni-
ture. All must go. Call
Brian 912-729-7411
4 MOVING SALEI
SWasher/dryer set
tl| $275. Playhouse $100.
Fish tank & stand $100,
twin boy bed, prim colors
w/slide tent area w/
mattress $200. Call 534-2514
NORTHSIDE -7064
RIvercrest Dr. FrI-Sat
8-5, 14' Ashcraft, HH
items & more
42 Nov 11th-12th
8:30 to 4:30. Six
1| families. Toys,
clothes, records,
furniture, lady's suits,
like new. Crafts, books
221-6794
OLD NURSERY PLANTA-
TION -7765 Winder Rd.
Sat 8am.
SOUTHSIDE Sat 8am-2p,
some furn, no early
birds, 4071 Pelican Rd.
WESTSIDE -2 family Ig.
yard sale. Sat 8am
-3pm. 1466 Pendell PI.
(Right of Park St., close
to Lane Ave)
SIDE Sat 8am
763 Perryman Ln W
Make Offer. Furn & Misc.
Bargain Hunters Galore

This Sat & Sun have your
gara e sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces StartIng @
$7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
950 Lawn

4 Mower, 4HP, 22"
Sear bagger, $75,
.lSears gas edger
$85, Accordion 120
Base deluxe, misc
building supplies. Make
offer 781-6222
SAGO's queens, 1 King,
Medium size. You
remove $150. 880-3519

955 Q Household
7-1 7 Furniture

Bed-Beautiful Memory
Foam 10yr warr, list $1200
new, sacrifice $270. Can
deliver (904)398-5200
Bed-Baby Soft Pillow Top
Qn In plastic $179
Must sell 904-858-9350 dist.
"MATTRESSES MATTRESS"
New, Wholesale pricing,
full $89, On $99, Kno
- $125, 904-398-5200 Dist.
' A Antique Butterfly
Leaf Trestle table,
perf. cond. $350.
264 6364
2 Antique Repro-
S duction Parlor Set
Floral print, king,
queen chairs,
loveseat, cherry finish,
S$2200. New $1000 OBO.
Ron 622-8391
* A Bassinette new in
box.Portable/travel(fo
ids).Preclous
moments.llght
blue/yellow.Includes
canopy,mattress,sheet. $40.
278-1952
BED,-A- BARGAIN
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $99 King $140
Mem. Foam From $260
(904)6740405

Bed BLOW OUT
NEWMATTRESSES
Warehouse Showroom
Low Overhead=U Save
Must sell Today!!
Twin Sets $79-195
Full Sets $99-$295
Queen Sets $135-$395
King Sets $250 -$495
Memory Foam close, out
334-8573 or 5057941
SB E D Queen,
Mahogany with
_1b matching dresser
and mirror excel-
lent condition. Buy
$600. was $1800. Call
904-233-1931 or
904-536-8870

Bedroom 4Pc Set $298

Fall Clearance!
3 PC Queen Bed 19
5 PC Oak Dinette $199
2 Pc Sofa&Chair Frorn298
13 Rm l8Pc Condo Pkg$99E
IVCR's From 1lq
20" Color TV's From 7t
14 Drawer Chests s
COURT CLEARANCE


4 Bose Floor Speakers
S 501s,Great sound,
Excel. cond. $250 pair.



Bed-Brand Name Queen
Set w/warranty $99 save
Cash & carry 904- 858- 9350
S A Bunkbed-Silver
Metal with light
wood desk and
shelves below.
Rolling chair. Excellent
condition. $175.
904- 710-0397
China Cabinet-Oriental
hand carved $4500 new,
$1500obo. 259-9277
SComplete Bed-
| room Suite For
S please call-for
information. 864-4725
42 COUCH -Leather
I i w/autumn $750.
S|dRod Iron kitchen
-table set $350 large
wicker chair $175. al/
obo. 904-537-7862
SCouch leather, w/
S|ottoman $750.
*ljJWrought Iron
kitchen table set
$350. Large wicker chair
$175. all obo.
904-537-7862
Curio cabinets.
S.T Oak. mirror & glass.
S Lg is 7' x3', small is
3' x 3' $250 for pair.
Call 912-674-9317
SFor Sale: Double- shelf
console table with
Single drawer. Appeal-
ing design, birch veneer
About 28x14x30 inches.
$100. Call 268-9390
before 9pm


955 Household
Furniture

Sofa Love Seat &
Chair-Tan, very
< comfortable $500
OBO. Call Mike at
813-4001 or 998-8822
SSouth Western 6pc
Bedroom Set $1200
SI leather couchwlth
Autumn $750. Cof-
fee/end tables $350 Call
(904)537-7862
A SW Furn TV Armoir
./ $400. Coffee/end
Table set $350.
couch shelf $200.
small TV stand $175.
desk /chair all obo.
904-537-7862
Two each Mattreu
SSets $75.0ne set &
$50 for the other.
Call 904- 276- 7944
A Youth/Child "Loft
SBed" Includes five
drawers, desk.
Storage and mat-
tresses $250. 268- 5801

960 Machinery
960 & Tools

SCraftsman 10' radial
C arm saw stand on
1 wheels included
3yrs old $450. 080.
9042511/904272-6648
Life sizeYoda Star
Wars episode IeII
42 limited edition,
Incredible detail 29"
tall .200.Call 269.3281
Musical

970 Merchandise/
Services

DIGITAL PIANO, Roland
FP5, lyr old, also vocal
harmonizer booth
$1200obo. 904.806.1520
PIANO -Kimball console
w/bench, exc cond,
maple finish, $600
247-1876
Player Piano- 1964
Planola spinet, exc
cond 75 rolls, great funi
$5000 obo 904 471-3750

1 Like new, $600
407 421.7608

980 Sporting
Goods

a Bicycle- Folding
T D ahon Mariner
.speed, used one
time, $200. Phone
264-6364
SBowlex with leg
extension, lat
pulldown, squat
attachment $600.
Body by Jake Ab Scis-
sor $100 .912- 573-1294 or
912-882- 5983
Bushnell "Legend" Bin-
oculars- in Mossy Oak
camo pattern, 8x26,
new in box, never used.
90 ($130 value). Ideal
r hunting, birding.
Great Christmas gift.
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 detachable Insu-
lated liner Jacket for
cold weather warmth.
S225 ($400 value). Per-
ect for all cold, wet
hunting. Great Christ-
mas gift. Price firm,
serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287-0917
SExercise Equilp-
T ment Olympic style
S weight bench,
includes 350 Ibs
weights w/dumbbells
$200. Stair stepper $50.
Treadmill $75. Must Sell
Mark 904-757-7817
Fleldllne Backpack
Internal Frame, camo,
fleece, many pockets,
new w/tags, $50; Camo
frame backpack.
heavy-duty, like new
$75; 3 fanny packs, ne, 2
camo 1 maroon, $25
each; Great Christmas
gift. Prices firm, seri-
ous, serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287-0917
4 Golf clubsRam gold
S 3pw,l.3-5 woods
S bagS80. Dunlop Irons
3. pw $35.771 0365
Golf Clubs Taylor Made
R- 580 driver, 9.5 degree,
RH, Sflex original Tay-
lor Made Ultrallte shaft
w/origlnal and great
grip good condition,
w/headcover, $80;
Great Christmas git.
-Call 287-9729, leave msg
287.0917
GUNS -Colt Woodsman,
2nd model, 22 long rifle,
wooden case, orig Colt
grips, $425. Colt
untsman 22 cal, 6"
barrel, orig Colt box
$350. Colt single action
Frontier, 22 rifle, blue
steel, $280, Colt PT
"Colteer 1 -22 Mag"
single shot bolt action
rifle $160. 612-0981
4 Moving Must Selli
SWelder Exerciser
System. Same as
BoFlex, 5 months
old $175.Jim
904-779.0089
POOL TABLE/ TIFFANY
STYLE LAMP oak/slate,
$2000 obo. 904 571 4366
Pool Tables New
Huge Carved $1895 All
Maple No Formica. 1/2
Price Today 334-8573
www.westwoodbllliards.com
Remington .22-250 Rifle
Ammunition
Centerfire, new, 200
round cases @ $110
($200 value). Price firm,
serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287-0917
Remington Hunting
Boots- Size 9'1 Mossy
Oak camo pattern, 400
grain Thinsulate insu-
Iation, bob soles; new
In box with tags, ideal
for all hunting. $90
($200 value). Great
Christmas gift. Price
firm, serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
at 287- 0917
2 X.mas Sale Golf
l~lron sets, wood
Assets, single clubs,
balls, accessories. Call
Wait 778-9167 Save $$$






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


Kingsize Waterbed
SGood condition,
$50. Call 705-8601
SLeather Queen
Sleeper Sofa
Bought one year
ago. Neutral color.
Like new. Changing
office into nursery.
Asking $900. 821-4505
LOFT BED- solid pine,
twin beds, Chest shelf
unit, Desk, Rails &
Ladder. Exc. cond.
* $500obo. 904-262-4561
Moving Dual
42 Love seat, blue,
excellent condition
made by Berkllne $75.
Jim 904-779 0089
Oak Tables $150.
2 3piece,nook table &
ichalrs $175, Pictures,
t greenery pieces
negotiable., Call
SMrs, Graham 710-3298
Oak Table W/4
Chairs. 48" diam.
with 24" extension,
perfect cond. $435
Phone 264-6364
Sofa & Matching
SChair with Ottoman
Beige, approx 4yrs
old. Asking $200
obo for all. CallBrian
912-729-7411


1010 Pet's &
Supplies

BULL MASTIFF PUPPY,
AKC, 16wks old $500, all
shots. 904-334-3066
CHINESE CRESTED
-puppy, Fern, 9wks,
$200 406-2024
CHINESE CRESTED
POWDERPUFF M-$500
F-$700, AKC. Ch. bidline,
904-448-8444
DOBERMANS, AKC,
Grand Champion line,
$300. 850-973-4073 OR
850-673-1117
DOBIE PUP AKC 11wks
POP, shots, tails dock,
$300. 904-275-4100
Enq Bulldog Pups AKC
S&W, $1500 -$1800
M/ F 904-282-9030
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
AKC Champion blood-
lines. 904-406-4315
English bulldog pups
A C 1 m/2 fern, nicely
352-873-3109 or
352-553-7530. $1800-2200.
FREE Walker Hounds
6mo old. good homes
only. 904-219-3661
German Shepard
bloodlines, USA/SV. 2
lltters-8/19/05 1 male,
3 females.Shots&HC;
10/3/05 4 males.
4 females. Parents on
site, view at
www.vommuellerhaus
kennels.com
904-813-5973,$1K-$2K
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
Beautiful dr. M/F, S/W,
$300 Cash. 291-9198
GREAT DANE Pups,
AKC, top bloodlines
$650 & up 863-298-0610
www.danedepot.com
CATS ANGELS 2-DAY
ADOPTION FAIR: Pets-
Mart at St Johns Town
Center, Sat. & Sun., Nov
12 /13,10-5.

Lab pups AKC, black,
born 8/15 HC. POP.
$300. 229-4237
LABRADOODLES AKC
parents, bik $390, Apric.
$590. 706-556-0504
Maltese AKC pups, very
small withgorgeous
baby doll faces.HC,
$1000-$1800. 352-875-6551
MINI PINS PUPS -CKC,
Beautiful Black & Tan,
Small $300Cash. 289-9048
MINI SCHNAUZER -AKC,
health cert $350 each.
904-534-4341
PEEK. A. POM
$250 obo. 6 mos old, all
shots. Call 403.3808
PERSIAN KITTENS
No papers. $150Oea.
904-891-0122

POM mix, sin. 8 wks. to 1
yr. $150 to $250. sh/w.
vet rec. 904-264-3788.

POMS -8wks, ch bldn
POP tlny, $650. Call
904-655-3884
Pugs AKC, quallty.To
family homes only.
$800. 386-364-4377
SRescue Please. Older
SSiamese, neutered,
4 declawed companion
cat. Alsoneutered
yellow house cat.
Orange Park area 282- 5452
ROTTIE -pups, Ch Bldn,
Bronko OdDraglcevica
'01 World Champ, bold
& beautiful 386-299-6156
ROTTWEILER GERMAN
$450,very large, AKC
POP, 13961034
SAVANNAH KITTENS- (2)
F5 males, 1 melanlstic
bik; $800 and up.
863.-298-0610
www.danedepot.com
SCHNAUZER MALES AKC,
Ready for Studding Svc
Salt & Peppers. 838-8102
SHIH-TZU PUPPY
Imperial size, bik/white,
S/W, $500. 406-0144 -
SIBERIAN HUSKY ACA
8 weeks, 1st shots, 4
Red/White 210-722-4816
UMBRELLA COCKATOO
6mo old, hand fed, $1500
obo. 904-753-2098
Yoride-CKC, 7m o old,
male, 10bs, $600obo.
House broken.521-5916
YORKIE PUPPY MALE AKC
9 wks $700 call after
379-0295 or 874- 9562


1205 Boats
20FT PONTOON '04. 50hp
Yamaha, DF, live well.
dual batt. exc $10,900.
904- 277- 9628 or 571-1177
A Kawasakl STX750
S Jet Ski '98
With trailer. Runs
great. Looks new.
Asking $2500 OBO. Call
(904)637-0034
A Rescue Please Older
Sslamese,neutered.decl
S | awed companion
cat.Alsoneutered
yellow house cat. Orange
Park area. 282-5452
Trailer- 16'-18' Easy
Loader trir. Swing
tongue,spare tire$350.
904-230-6400
561-262-8247
WANTED Boats,
motors, trailers
any condition.
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440

115 Boat Dockage
S& Rentals

HARBORTOWN 50' SLIP
Available longterm.
904-285-3353


1230L Supplies
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1.800541-6439
Chevy W ncruser 30' '86
85km. excel cond.
$12,999. must sell.
Call 233-3065.
A Coleman Key West
SCamper'96. Sleeps
ti 6, AC fridge stove.
Sink, king beds,
great condition
542-3320 x130 $3200
278-3366



RV's







Fifth Wheel's
Travel Trailer's
Pop-Up's

LOWEST PRICE
GUARANTEED


:91 ech, ld
JakovilF

904-642-100


1325 Automotive
BMW 3251A 2005
Auto, Prem Pkg.
$29,488. 371-4728
BMW 3301 2004
Performance Pk9g, 18" rims,
Loaded $33,988 371-4728
BMW 5251A 2002 Auto,
pre pkg. only 33k ml. Certi-
fied $29,988 371-4728
BMW 5251A 2003 Auto,
Premium pkg, Xenons.
Certified $30,788 371-4728
BMW 5451A 2004
Auto, prem pkg. V8, like new
$49,788 371-4728
BMW 7401L 2001
Sport Pkg. Loaded, Clean
$29,988 Call 371-4728
BMW M3clc 2005
SMG, HK Sound 19" wheels,
Loaded $53,988 371-4728
BMW M RDSTR '01
Very rare Loaded $26,788
Call 371-4728
BOAT MOTOR Johnson
GT 150 1990, rebit pwr
head, many extra parts,
$800 Call 386-972-5118
BUICK PARK AVE '02,
Lthr, loaded, 37,500 ml.
Nice. $12,975. 777-9119
CADILLAC ELDORADO
'95. Green w/tan Ithr,
loaded, 55K. very nice.
$900 down. 674-4444
CHEVY CAMARO Z28 '99
AT, T-tops, Ithr, CD chngr
Idea, well malnt.
$72000b0. 386-972-5118
CHEVY CAVALIER
Z-24'02. Loaded, very
sharp. $5975. 777-9119

Like new showroom
nice! $17,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
,2 Chrysler 5th Ave
S'85 For Sale or new
kliparts. Battery, fuel
pump, alternator,
hoses, belts, tires, etc.
Call 955-.3442 or
278-6251
CHRYSLER SEBRING
CONVERTIBLE- '99,
excellent cond, AT, AC.
PW $5,000 obo 264-2909
CHRYSLER SEBRING '01
Conyv. V6, at/ac, loaded,
47K ml. $7975. 699-9669
FORD MUSTANG '04
St#3758B $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '02
Convertible. Fully loaded
immac cond, must sell
quickly. $11,945. 389-7700
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
Red/tan Ithr. 5sp, 29,800
mi, loaded. Beautiful!
$10,975. Call 699-9669
A Ford Mustangs
Two 1965, one 1966,
restorable condi-
tion, six cylinder
automatic, all for $4500.
Includes extra parts.
904-542-5356
FORD T-BIRD '04
St#F741 $29,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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65Kml, PW, PL, AC,
$2500. 262-0158/704-1693
HONDA ACCORD EX '03
St#F660 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
St#263A $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


1325 Automotive
4 Mercury Grand
Marquis '98
| $3775. VS, 4.6L,
auto rwd, 116,500+
miles, med. blue, one
owner, garage kept,
runs-looks great clean
904-282-0848
904- 505 9956
MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS '02. Loaded, like
new, 18,400 miles. Only
$12,975. Call 699-9669
4. Mini '73 Innocent
T 1001 Freshly rebuilt
S1293cc Cooper "S"
spec engine. Lots of
new parts. Joshua
772-7133
Mitsubishi
Diamante '95
6-Disc, green,
S leather, 134k,
24mpg, $4000 OBO.
Marsha l 904-557- 1143
MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE
LS'01. Leather, moon-
roof, loaded, 58K miles.
$9975. Call 777-9119
S DIAMANTE '95
SI 6-DIsc, green,
b leather, 134k,
24mpg, $4000obo.
Marshall 904-557-1143
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Great on gas!
Penny Saver! $2990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
NISSAN Maxima SE '02
4dr, by orig owner,
loaded, low ml, $16,250.
Call 247-8766
NISSAN SENTRA SE '01
St#BUCF558C $8488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A Olds. Cutlass 1978
Body only. Good
parts $150. Clear
title. Restore or
good stock car. 772.9306
Westside
Olds Aurora '99-
Luxury.Black, tan leather
Exc cond. 90k mi.
$5875. 249-1475
PONTIAC FIREBIRD '02
St#6469C $12,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC GRAND AM '01
St#BUC5740B $7888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877


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'99. 4dr, auto. Room to
spare! $5990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

Plenty room. Grt on gas
$5990 COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
PONTIAC OR PRIX SE '01
St#BUC7381A $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Pontiac Sunflre '99
S2.22 OHV 4cyl SFI
L engine. 5-speed
power rack & pin-
ion steering. Stainless
exhaust, AC, tilt, cruise,
great on gas! $3000
firm. 912-674-1065

PONTIAC TRANS AM '02
Immac, 23K mlles tops,
loaded, must sell very
fast $19,845. 389 7700

The Right Onel $4990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
4 SATURN SL2 '99-
O-1 120K warrty, good
< cond, $3200 obo.
Call 904-246-3951
must sell
SATURN SW2'96 Wagon
Lthr 59K, at/ac loaded,
nice! $4975. 77- 9119
TOYOTA COROLLA '04
St#8129C $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA COROLLA '00
St#BUCF331B $6588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

AT, very sporty. $12,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Ty/,l pg ,,, I, iy,',li
Great on gas & afford-
able! $13,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
VOLOV S40 '01
St#F757 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VOLVO 940 SW '93, Ithr,
AT, sunrf.90Km, very
clean, $4050. 367-6536


1335 $2000 or Less
CADILLAC '93
Runs great, good on gas.
$1995. 635-5636

DODGE CARAVAN '05
Loaded, outstanding
shape, low miles, must
sell now $1399. 389-7700
HONDA ACCORD '91 New
eng, 5spd, cold ac,art
buy $1500. 904-728-8889
OLD INTRIGUE '98
Mechanics specla. Must
sell, cash $645. 389-7700
Trucks /

1340 Trailers/
SUV's

A 12'Trampoline.Only
used 6 months. Some
1 Rust, no holes Or
missing springs, extra
pad. $60 215-7371
T Buick Regal '87
/ All body great,
4V I sliver/black runs
good, tinted win-
dows, rally stripes. AS
IS $2000 OBO 882- 6672
CADILLAC ESCALADE '03
St#F221 $35,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET TRACKER '03
St#F752 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

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Truck&SUV In one$18,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
CHEVY C1500 Sllverado
'05 Crew Cab. Immacu-
late loaded, must sell
quickly $19,945. 389-7700
CHEVY COLORADO '05
4dr, loaded, excellent
condition, priced to sell
fast $16,845. 389-7700
CHEVY S10 '01 ext cab.
New 4 cyl jasper eng,
5spd, $7500. 223-6953
CHEVY SILVERADO '96
4WD Lded, good cond,
AC, $4000obo. 389-7997

CHEVY SILVERADO LT '03
Ext Cab. Black w/gray
Ithr. 19K miles loaded
$19,975. Call 777-9119


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4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's


LT pkg, Lthr, OnStar, 3rd
st, every opt. avail.
$20,500. 904-247-8684
4 DODGE DAKOTA
-'96, STD cab,
S truck, runs great
alloy wheels, black
clean, truck box, $3000.
Call 251-5000
A, Dodge Dakota '96
146k ml, 5sd, new
clutch, upgraded
sound system,
reliable transportation,
$2000 OBO. Call after
5pm. 912-729- 5935
,2 Dodge Ram 1500S 2004
V6,auto,cruise tinted
l windows, toolbox.
silver. $10,900 firm.
Call 219-4329
Dodge Ram 1500
0 O4, V-6, Auto,
SI tinted windows
tool box. 47k miles
$10,900.219-4329
,x Dodge Ram 1996 1500
SSLTLaramle long bed
Sc ext- cab,exc. cond.
Runs like new many
extras, Must see $6500
OBO 406-0060
DODGE RAM PU '01 4DR
St#261A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD Escape XLT '01,
Ithrl nt, 6 CD plus more.
86K ml, $8995 742-2459
FORD EXPEDITION '98
Eddie Bauer, loaded,
nice. $8975. 699-9669
FORD EXPEDITION '03 EB
4x4. Lthr, loaded, mnrf
$19,975. Call 777-9119
FORD expedition XLT '00,
4X4, at, pb, ac, pm, pw.
cd, $13,000 obo 502-6808
FORD EXPLORER '00
St#BUC5282B $7388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPLORER '98
St#BUCF622A $6788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877

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'01. Ready for delivery
$9990 COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Ford Explorer XLT
1 '00 Loaded,
Immaculate,
leather, CD, new
tires, battery V6 SOHC
$9250 060. 716-7197
FORD F-150 -'99, flare-
side, supercab, 108k ml,
$7450 obo 838-9037
FORD F150 XLT' 04. at ac
loaded 25,200 miles,
$13,975. Call 699-9669
FORD F-150 XLT '02, 4x4,
reg cab, 4.6 Vs, loaded,
78K ml, clean 287-1096
596-7334, $15,499

AT, must sell fast $7288
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
FORD RANGER XLT '99 Ext
cab Stepslde loaded, v6
ac, nice. $6975. 777-9119
Ford Sport Trac XLT '03
1 owner, 50k mi, exc
cond.$15,900. 904-705-5453
912-576-8223
FORD XCAB F-SO150 '99
St#6152B $7988


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SUV's


Leather, power every-
thing. $11,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

GMC SONOMA '00 Ext
Cab. Exc cond loaded
p riced for a quick sale
$5845. Call 389-7700

Ride In style for less
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

GMC YUKON DENALI 04
AWD. tv/dvd navigation,
immac. $32,975. 389.7700
Honda Pilot Ex '05
SWith leather dvd
1 and low miles.
Great vehicle. Must
sell $26,500. 298.3484
504- 6947

ISUZU TROOPER '01. V6
at/ac loaded, 44K mi,
nice! $9975. 674-4444

JEEP CHEROKEE '95
St#BUC0059B $4588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S Jeep Cherokee
2001-
t | Sport PW, PDL, AT,
107k ml, $6400.
729-8552


Every option avail., priv.
owner, perfect cond.
$10,995. 904-247-8684

JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
'05 Laredo. Immaculate
cond, must sell this
week. $18,495. 389-7700
JEEP WRANGLER Rubicon
'05. Fully loaded, 3K
miles, immaculate, must
sell $22,975. Call 389-7700

4WD. 81kmi, PS tilt, CC,
4cyl, AM/FM/CD no
rust $5788. 246-1755
LEXUS RX 300 '00
St#F722 $20,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER SRS '00
St#F680 $16,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA Sienna 00, top
of the line, Ithr VHS,
towpkg $10,500. Call
693-2020 or 465-0023

1345 Vans/Buses
& Mazda MPV
2002-leather,CD,Sun-
S roof.capt chalrs,new
tires,24mpglow
mllesexc cond. $13,500
Call 504-6947
SMazda MPV-'93
Very good cond,
AC, PS/PB, $300.
891-9454

L NIssan Quest Mini Van
GXE. Very good cond.
All options except
leather $6,300
912-882-4899

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9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

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2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

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10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



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