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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2005
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
Reservists prepare to deploy ;61 _
By ]02 Nicholas Spinelli
REDCOM SE Public Affairs & 6J,0I *1**;- M
Approximately 300 North-
east Florida and South-
east Georgia Reservists
from Mobile Inshore Under
Warfare Unit, Naval Coastal
Warfare Squadron (NCWS) 26
and Inshore Boat Units mobi-
lized aboard the NAS Jackson-
ville-base Armed Forces Re-
serve Center Nov. 14, to begin
their Final Evaluation Period
(FEP) exercise before deploying
FEP is a.week-long exercise
designed to prepare Reservists
for what they will face while
deployed overseas. In the first
scenario, held here, the three
participating Reserve units
arrived in the "host nation of
Florida," where they had to
clear customs and deal with
questions from local and inter-
ETCS Jim Long, one of the
Reservists participating in the
exercise, played the role of a
foreign journalist trying to get
information about where the
Reserve units would be staying
and what missions they would
be performing, obviously infor-
mation not to be shared.
"We want them prepared. We
want each Reservist. to be fully
ready to succeed and in order to
do that, we must ensure that
every scenario they participate
in during this exercise is as
realistic as possible," explained
Long during a break from the
Photos by Nicholas Spinelli
Upon arriving in the foreign nation of "Florida," Reservists participat-
ing in the final evaluation period exercise stand-by, awaiting their
exercise. "This exercise is held have to know and respect the
not just so they know what they customs of whatever country
can and can't say, but also so they're in."
they know how to act. They're Lt. Robert Allen played the
still Navy ambassadors and public affairs officer for the
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
HM1 (FMF/SW) Jolando Jason of the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Preventive Medicine Department
administers an annual flu shot to Navy retiree
Franco Danilo outside the Navy Exchange Nov. 17. '
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is
offering flu shots at the NAS Jax
Commissary next week and on
later specified dates (listed below) for
all retirees and dependent adults.
The hospital requests that active duty
receive their flu immunizations with
their respective commands and that
pediatric patients receive their flu
immunization in the Family Medicine or
Pediatric Departments at the 'hospital or
(From left) ET1 Lynn Starkey and
ETC Jim Long play reporters from
the "host nation of Florida" who
are on site to interview the unit
Public Affairs Officer Lt. Robert
Allen during the exercise.
exercise. He had his hands full
as neither the role players or
the Reservists were making
things easy on him.
"They set you up in a way
that everything that can go
wrong does go wrong," he said.
"From the moment I got 'off the
plane' I was surrounded by
reporters. Then, I was delayed
The rest of the week, the
Reservists will be training at NS
Mayport, where the scenarios
will include patrolling and secu-
rity details. When FEP con-
cludes, they'll be mobilized and
deployed in support of Navy
operations throughout the world.
"We've been training hard for
the last six months," said Allen.
But it's been worth it. It's all
been leading up to this week
and beyond. We're ready to go."
NAS Jax honors Native American culture
By]01 Mike England
he NAS Jacksonville
Committee (MCAC) host-
ed a Native American Heritage
Month Observance Nov. 16 at
All Saints Chapel.
NAS Jacksonville's Sailors
and civilians turned out in force
for the event, which featured a
Native American cultural dis-
play and speeches by NAS Jax
Executive Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn and Guest Speaker
Dr. Dewey "Flying Eagle"
Tamblyn spoke to the crowd
about the Native Americans'
long tradition of pride and
patriotism. "Their pride and
patriotism has been an inspira-
tion to all of us," he said. "I'm
honored to pay tribute to a
group of people that has so
deeply enriched the fabric of
After Tamblyn finished with
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his remarks, YN1 Danyell
Rowland, the event's master of
ceremonies, introduced the
Dr. Dewey "Flying Eagle"
Painter serves as the president
of Mission Harvest America, a
non-profit humanitarian aid
organization located in Jack-
sonville in addition to serving
as the executive vice president
of Coral Ridge Baptist Univer-
sity and vice president of Angel
Aid, a hospice program for chil-
dren. He also presides over a
number of regional organiza-
tions dedicated to Native
American causes such as the
North Florida Elder Council for
Native Americans and the
Florida District of the National
Native Americans Veterans
Association. Painter joined the
Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air
patrol in 1998 and currently
serves as the unit's command
He encouraged the members
in attendance to explore and
Photos by JO1 Mike England
Guest Speaker Dr. Dewey "Flying Eagle" Painter addresses the crowd
during the Native American Heritage Month Observance Nov. 16.
experience the Native American explored," Painter said. "If any
culture in Northeast Florida. of you have Native American
"There are tribes all throughout
Northeast Florida that can be See NATIVE AMERICANS, Page 13
at their assigned Branch Health Clinic.
Flu immunizations are also available
on a walk in basis Monday-Friday from
8 a.m.-4 p.m. at the hospital's Consulta-
tive Medicine, Family Medicine,
Pediatric and the OB-GYN Clinics.
Flu shots will be offered at the NAS
Jax Commissary on:
Florida DOT sponsoring
From the Florida Department of
aw enforcement agencies
throughout the state are partic-
ipating in the Thanksgiving
Click It or Ticket Florida holiday cam-
paign to heighten safety belt use
awareness during one of the busiest
travel times in the U.S.
The mobilization, conducted by the
Florida Highway Patrol and local law
enforcement agencies throughout
Florida, began Nov. 18 and will run
through Nov. 30. to coincide with the
The National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration (NHTSA) proj-
ects there could be as many as 567
highway related deaths over the 2005
Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Last year in Florida alone, during
the same 13-day campaign period, 77
people died in motor vehicle related
crashes, and over half of these individ-
uals were not using safety belts.
"It is important that motorists
understand the importance of buck-
ling up every time they get into their
vehicle," said Carla Sims, Florida
Department of Transportation Traffic
Safety administrator. "The simplest
and most effective action a motor
vehicle driver or occupant can take to
save their life is to spend a few sec-
onds buckling their safety belt."
Law enforcement officers through-
out Florida are doing a great job sav-
ing lives through safety belt enforce-
The Thanksgiving holiday kicks off
one of the nation's busiest travel sea-
sons of the year, so law enforcement
agencies will be increasing their visi-
bility and will have more patrol units
out on the road protecting motorists.
"Law enforcement agencies in
Florida enforce the safety belt law
every day," said Sims. "However, with
the holiday season fast approaching,
this Thanksgiving Click It or Ticket
Florida mobilization brings a much
needed awareness to the importance
of using your safety belt during a time
of the year that often has a higher
traffic related death rate."
Law enforcement agencies across
the state, with support from the
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion, are joining together to remind
everyone this holiday season to click it
or receive a ticket.
TOUCH INGChristmas Tree Lighting event refreshments will be available. There'll be clowns on hand for
B AE Everyone is welcome to attend this year's annual Christmas face painting and balloons. Navy Band Southeast, the Orange
Tree Lighting and Concert Dec. 2 at Patriot's Grove. Santa will Park Junior High School Band and Choir and the NAS Jax Child
arrive at 5 p.m. Free pictures with Santa, goodie bags and Development Center will give performances.
Flu shots limited to
retirees, dependent adults
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2 JaxAll NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005
FROM THE FLEET
On your mark, get set..
Jon R. Thompson
'Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
If you are serving aboard
a ship, deployments are
a fact of life. You under-
stand that remaining pre-
pared for a deployment is
an everyday task.
The Fleet Response Plan
has not only increased the
.available of our ships to
deploy, but also calls for all
of you on those ships to
remain ready. I have a
question for all of you on
shore duty: Are you ready
to deploy? Gould you
deploy on short notice? For
those of you who think
deployments are for sea
duty Sailors only, you are
Today, the Navy is sup-
porting a whole host of mis-
sions throughout the world
.that require support in the
form of individual augmen-
tation. What that means is
wp send individual Sailors
tfo support Navy and joint
emissionss by name, not by
These assignments are
usually in the form of tem-
porary additional duty
(TAD) and pop up frequent-
ly. My question is: if you
were asked (or ordered) to
'deploy to support opera-
tions in Iraq, Afghanistan,
Giiantanamo Bay, Cuba,
'wherever, are you pre-
pared? Would you volun-
teer if asked?
I challenge each of you to
question your own individ-
ual response plan. Most of
you understand that when
you are assigned to a ship
you need to have a good
plan in place to ensure your
families, residences and
automobiles are cared for
while you are away.
I suggest everyone on
shore duty have the same
arrangements in place
because you just never
know when you may be
asked (or ordered) to go
TAD to support a mission.
Before I discuss some of
the items you need to think
about before deploying, I'd
like to offer a little perspec-
tive about why you should
view these TAD opportuni-
ties are great for your
It's my belief that volun-
teering to go TAD to sup-
port missions, whether in a
combat zone or otherwise,
is career enhancing. In
many cases, a, six-month or
yearlong. assignment can
spell the difference in your
Those who volunteer
often gain invaluable evalu-
ations and often garner
personal awards that set
them apart from their
peers. In many cases the
individual augmentees are
volunteers. That's the best
way to get help.
To volunteer for a TAD
assignment, two things
have to happen. First, you
need to have your affairs in
order so that volunteering
to be away doesn't cripple
your family or financial
Secondly, you need your
Command support is, some-
times, difficult to gain,
especially if what you do is
not only valuable, but also
invaluable. If you have not
cross-trained your relief, or
have no relief, you may not
be able to volunteer.
I would challenge each of
you to take a hard look at
what you do for your com-
mand and ask yourself
what would happen if you
weren't there? If the
answer leads, you to believe
your work would not get
done, you are probably not
in a position to volunteer.
Fortunately, I suspect the
majority of you are in posi-
tions that others could
cover for you. The question
for those of you in this cate-
gory is, .have you trained
those around you to cover
for you and if the answer
were yes, would you volun-
Deployment readiness is
paramount for all of us.
Here is a quick checklist
that might help steer some
of your decisions:
* Do you have a will?
* Is your Page 2 up to date?
* Do you have a power of
attorney for someone to
handle your affairs?
* Do you have access to
MyPay? Does your spouse?
Is your pay set up the way
* If married, do you both
understand clearly how
finances are to be handled
* Who will pay your bills
while you are deployed?
If you are renting an
apartment, who will be pay-
ing the rent for you?
Is your renter's / home-
owner's insurance current?
Do you have a safe place
to store your vehicle and/or
someone to take care of it
Does your family know
how to use the Red Cross in
case of emergency?
There are dozens more
items you should/could con-
sider depending on your
personal and family situa-
tion. The fact is you need
to be prepared. If you're
not, you essentially cripple
yourself and your family if
you are asked / ordered to
I challenge every one of
you to be ready. For all of
our single parents, it's also
extremely important you
keep your dependent care
plans up to date. If you
have to deploy, whom do
you have in place to care
for your child or children?
Shipmates, I see our
Navy getting busier and
busier. The opportunities
for some of you to support
missions around the world
will continue to present
If and when you are
asked or told to support, I
can only hope you see the
opportunity as a positive
career move and you rally
behind the opportunity to
say yes and do the best you
Our Navy depends on
Sailors to step up to the
plate, volunteer when
asked, and show that no job
is too great or challenging.
Your flexibility arid dedica-
tion are what we rely on.
Are you up to the chal-
Policy statement for the hiring of civilian personnel
By Capt Chip Dobson
tAS Jax Commanding Officer
It is the policy of this
command to provide fair
and equitable competi-
ti'n for all positions that
are subject to control by the
base commanding officer.
To this end, each manag-
er with hiring authority
will be held personally
responsible to ensure that
all selections are made with
due diligence and are
defendable if subjected to
review by higher authority.
The executive director,
Commander Navy Region,
Southeast must approve all
recruitment actions for GS
14-15. For any recruitment
of GS-13 or higher grades,
the announcement must be
Capt. Chip Dobson
open to all federal employ-
A command selection
advisory board (SAB)
process will be utilized,
with clear rating criteria
followed by the members'.
All SAB members must
hold positions equivalent or
higher than the -grade of
the position being filled.
The SAB will forward its
recommendation to the
commanding officer, who
will act as the selecting offi-
For all recruitments
regardless of the grade
level, the position descrip-
tion (PD) will be forwarded
to the business manager for
review and approval prior
to announcement of the
The business manager
will assist selecting officials
in determining the rating
criteria to be used in their
selection process. If a SAB
is utilized for selection, the
selecting official will main-
tain a file identifying the
SAB recommendations to
include the primary and
alternate selections in rank
order, and provide rationale
if a selection is made con-
trary to the SAB's guid-
In addition, any extenu-
ating circumstances that
might identify a potential
challenge to the process or
selection should be identi-
As the commanding offi-
cer, it is my responsibility
to take actions necessary to
continue our practice of fair
and equitable hiring not
because it is the
Department of the Navy
policy, but because it is the
right thing to do.
Hey, Money Man!
My husband and I live
from paycheck to paycheck.
It seems something comes
up every month that takes
away our savings. Do you
have any ideas that can
help us get ahead?
It's not what you make,
but what you keep that
makes the difference.
Getting ahead is hard, but
it is even harder if you do
not plan. According to his
book Smart Women Finish
Rich, David Bach offers.
these six steps to help you
Know what you earn.
Estimate what you
spend each month.
Track what you really
Start paying cash.
Give yourself a "credit-
Never spend more than
$100 on anything without
taking 48 hours to think
Sounds easy doesn't it.
Give it a try!
Is there anyone on base
who keeps a list of places to
go for car repairs?. My car
needs a new transmission
and I have called several
places but they all seem
expensive. Someone at the
auto shop on the base told
me they don't work on
If you need car repairs,
the first place you should
check is your Navy/Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) office. They will
help you shop around for
the best deals, ask for a
military discount from the
repair shop, and help you
determine if you can afford
to have the car fixed.
The Society's Jacksonville
office keeps on file a list of
comments submitted by
other Sailors and Marines
who have had their autos
repaired. You can look at
these comments to get a
INKAI aris Corps
.I^ t S ote lMake Us Your First Resource:
....Not Your Last Resort'
feel about different auto
repair shops. The NMCRS
office will also give you a
consumer protection pack-
et, which tells you how to
recognize car repair fraud.
Great service provided for
free, and I would recom-
mend you stop by or give
them a call at 542-3515 for
any car repair questions.
More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.
You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Saturday and
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
9:30 a.m. Catholic
11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at
9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45
HMI CRLVIN ROCKWRRD
Education and Training
Petty Officer, Navy Medicine
Hometown: Hourna, La.
Family Life: Married with three children.
Past Duty Stations:, Jst/2nd Platoon TRK
CO Headquarters Battalion
Career Plans: To 'retire, and become a
ing for the first time,
Words of Wisdom: Live the golden rule.
NAS Jax Navy Exchange
C Hometown: Tarlac,
Family Life: Divorced,,
Past Duty Stations: Japan
|Career Plans: To become a manager at the
Navy Exch4ri'e and a hair stylist.
Most Interesting Ex erience: Raising
my two children while juggling two jobs.
Words of Wisdom: it's never too late to be
the person you could have been.
NAS Jax Chapel offers
T he following are the upcoming holiday services
at the NAS Jax Chapel and other events hap-
pening around the base:
Dec. 2, 5 p.m. Tree lighting at Patriot's Grove
Dec. 4, Noon Greening of the Chapel/Light Lunch
Dec. 11, 6 p.m. Communal Penance at Sacred Heart
Dec. 18, 11 a.m. Combined Christmas
Cantata/Potluck at the All Saints Chapel (CCD can-
Dec. 18, 1:30 p.m. St. Edward Chapel Decoration
Dec. 20, 7 p.m.1 Communal Penance at Mayport
Dec. 24, 5 p.m. Christmas Eve Mass (Catholic)
Dec. 24, 7 p.m. Candlelight Service (Protestant)
Dec. 25, 9:30 a.m. Christmas Day Mass (Catholic)
Dec. 25, 11 a.m. Combined Service
Dec. 31, 5 p.m. New Year's Vigil Mass
Jan. 1, 9:30 a.m. Mary Mother of God (Solemnity)
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005 3
A proclamation from the
President of the United States
thanksgiving Day is a time to remember our many
blessings and to celebrate the opportunities that
freedom affords. Explorers and settlers arriving in
this land often gave thanks for the extraordinary plenty
they found. And today, we remain grateful to live in a
country of liberty and abundance. We give thanks for
the love of family and friends, and we ask God to con-
tinue to watch over America.
This Thanksgiving, we pray and express thanks for
the men and women who work to keep America safe
and secure. Members of our Armed Forces, State and
local law enforcement, and first responders embody our
Nation's highest ideals of courage and devotion to duty.
Our country is grateful for their service and for the sup-
port and sacrifice of their families. We ask God's special
blessings on those who have lost loved ones in the line
We also remember those affected by the destruction of
natural disasters. Their tremendous determination to
recover their lives exemplifies the American spirit, and
we are grateful for those across our Nation who
answered the cries of their neighbors in need and pro-
vided them with food, shelter, and a helping hand. We
ask for continued strength and perseverance as we
work to rebuild these communities and return hope to
We give thanks to live in a country where freedom
reigns, justice prevails, and hope prospers. We recognize
that America is a better place when we answer the uni-
versal call to love a neighbor and help those in need.
May God bless and guide the United States of America
as we move forward.
Now,'therefore, I George W. Bush, President of the
United States of America, by virtue of the authority
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United
States, do hereby proclaim Thursday, November 24,
2005, as a National Day of Thanksgiving. I encourage
all Americans to gather together in their homes and
places of worship with family, friends, and loved ones to
reinforce the ties that bind us and give thanks for the
freedoms and many blessings we enjoy.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this
eighteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord two
thousand five, and of the Independence of the United
States of America the two hundred and thirtieth.
George W. Bush
'Mauler One' passes the lead on board Enterprise
By Lt. Helen Watson
Cmdr. John Breast
relieved Cmdr. W.
Kelly Henderson as
commanding officer of the
NAS Jacksonville-based VS-
32 Nov.16 during an air-
borne change of command
while aboard USS
Enterprise (CVN 65).
Henderson held command
of the Maulers for 11
months before turning over
with Breast. The change of
command consisted of a lead
change performed with two
S-3B Vikings overhead the
Breast has been with VS-
32 as executive officer (XO)
since December 2004. He is
a native of Virginia Beach,
Va. and graduated from
Middle Tennessee State
University in 1986 with a
bachelor of science in aero-
In November 1986, Breast
received his commission
from Aviation Officer's
Candidate School, and sub-
sequently earned his naval
flight officer "wings of gold"
in January 1988.
Breast was assigned to
VS-41 for training and qual-
ification in the S-3A Viking
and then a follow-on transi-
tion to the S-3B at VS-27.
His first fleet squadron
assignment was VS-30 dur-
ing which he deployed
aboard USS Saratoga (CV
60) to the Red Sea in sup-
port of Operations Desert
Shield and Desert Storm.
Upon completion of his
first sea tour, Breast report-
Cmdr. John Breast
ed to VS-27 as an instructor.
While with the "Sea
Wolves," he attended Embry
Riddle Aeronautical Uni-
versity and earned a mas-
ters degree in aeronautical
Breast's next assignment
was as the administrative
officer and anti-surface war-
fare officer for Carrier Air
Wing Seven (CVW-7) in
which he deployed aboard
USS George Washington
(CVN 73) in May 1994.
In 1996, Breast reported
to Logistics Directorate (J-
4), Joint Staff, as a Joint
Chiefs of Staff intern in
Washington, D.C., where he
served as the Southern
Command action officer and
vice president of the intern-
The following year, he
received orders to the
Center for Naval Analyses
as the naval aviation staff
member for the Chief of
Naval Operations Fellow-
In August 1998, Breast
checked into VS-32 as a
Cmdr. W. Kelly Henderson
department head. With the
squadron, he deployed to
the Arabian Gulf on board
USS John F. Kennedy (CV
67) and served as the
administration and mainte-
nance officer until February
He then attended the
Naval War College in
Newport, R.I. where he
earned a master of arts in
national security affairs and
strategic studies in March
In April 2001, Breast
attended the Joint Forces
Staff College in Norfolk, Va.
In July 2001, Breast was
assigned to the Chairman of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff in
the National Military
Command Center as assis-
tant deputy director of oper-
ations, senior emergency
actions officer, strategic sur-
veillance officer and senior
operations officer for
Operations Team Three.
While assigned to the
Joint Staff, Breast was
selected for operational com-
mand and assigned to
return to VS-32 as XO.
Breast has amassed more
than 2,600 flight hours in
the S-3B Viking and nearly
700 carrier arrestments.
During his tour as com-
manding officer, Henderson
led the Maulers through
many significant achieve-
ments. Last spring, VS-32
performed the first success-
ful fleet shot of a Standoff
Land Attack Missile -
Expanded Response (SLAM-
ER) from an S-3B Viking in
Pt. Mugu, Calif
Soon afterwards, the
squadron participated ii a
month-long detachment out
of Curacao, Netherlands
Antilles, performing counter
drug operations off the cast
While on this detachment,
the Maulers located a drug-
running vessel that, once
seized, yielded 1.8 metric
tons of cocaine worth more
than $200 million.
In early fall, VS-32 began
work-ups in preparation'for
an upcoming six-month
deployment in May 2006.
Early in work-ups, the
Maulers achieved another
great feat by scoring the
highest grades ever by an
east coast S-3B squadron
during the conventional
weapons technical proficien-
cy inspection (CWTPI).
Following CWTPI, VS-32
completed a highly success-
ful Sea Control Advanced
Readiness Program. The
Maulers then spent four
weeks in October and
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Food locker items ready for delivery
ByJO2(SW) Bill Larned
he Navy has a reputation
for taking care of its own,
and the NAS Jacksonville
Food Locker, located in Building
1, is no exception.
Command Food Locker Mana-
ger FC2 James Fortney and
STG1(SW) Vitto Ferrara's efforts
have ensured that needy military
families will receive everything
required to have the special
Thanksgiving they deserve.
Fortney, who works in the NAS
Jax Command Master Chief's
office, understands what Sailors
and their families require.
"People's needs don't end just
because hurricanes go away."
In fact, this is an especially
tough time of year for some Sail-
ors to make ends meet," he said.
This Thanksgiving, 120 Navy
families will sit down to enjoy a
full turkey dinner thanks to gener-
ous donors such as the NAS Jack-
sonville Chapel, VP-16, VP-5's
First Class Petty Officers Associa-
tion and many individuals. Each
family will receive a grocery bag
with a gift certificate for a turkey,
chicken broth, dressing, cranberry
sauce, dessert, bread mix, mashed
potato mix, corn, peas, green beans
and gravy packets.
'"This is an easy way to help
families. I really don't mind,
because it's not tough to do," said
Fortney, who is giving time to the
effort for the second year in a row.
H6 appreciates the feedback he
?eceives, usually in the form of e-
mails from command master
chiefs. "Their messages are sin-
cere thank-yous for helping their
people out," he added.
: On Nov. 16, Fortney and Ferra-ra
Photo byJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
NAS Jax Food Locker Manager FC2
James Fortney carefully counts
food items for baskets to be deliv-
ered to needy families for Thanks-
giving. "This doesn't take too much
effort on my part, but every little
bit goes a long way," he said.
began filling bags with the food
items well ahead of Thanksgiving
with items. Alongside him, Ferrara
scanned the list making sure all 120
bags included every item. The job
involved driving his truck to pick up
the items, recruiting vol-
unteers to help move the
donated items to Build-
ing 1 and then sorting
all of the food for storage
that two of the bags he
prepared would benefit
Hurricane Katrina vic-
tims. Even though the
Gulf Coast is receiving
less media attention
than it did in Septem-
ber, some people from
the stricken area are
struggling to get by in
meals to two local fam- NAS Jax F
ilies that left the Gulf of stuffing
Coast. One family has Thanksgivi
15 people living in a
"We appreciate donations even
after the holidays are over. The needs
of others don't end just because the
holidays do," he said.
The Sailors' efforts won't end
with the Thanksgiving holiday.
Fortney is planning on a food
drive for Christmas as well. For
more information on the NAS Jax
Food Locker or to make a dona-
tion, call 542-4545.
STG1 (SW) Vitto Ferrara (left) and
FC2 James Fortney of the NAS
Jacksonville Food Locker collect
groceries from Curves staff and club
members at the Ortega location. "1
read about the base Food Locker
story in the Jax Air News and decid-
ed to do something for our local
Sailors and their families," explained
Curves Owner Terri Grau.The
Ortega staff and club members
donated more than 30 grocery bags
of Thanksgiving-related goodies.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
ood Locker Manager FC2 James Fortney hands YN3 Starrlett Thrasher boxes
Sto carry to the base food locker. The food items will be used to prepare
ing bags for Navy families who need a little help during the holidays.
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Galley to serve
The NASJax Galleon Galley is offering
a traditional Thanksgiving meal tomorrow from 2-5 p.m.
The following is the menu:
Chicken Noodle Soup
Herb Roasted Turkey
Fresh Baked Ham
Southern Style Collard Greens
Whole Kernel Corn
Sweet Potato Pie
Assorted Ice Cream
For more information, call 542-3854.
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Photos by PH3 Clarck Desire
Navy Band Southeast performs the Star-Spangled Banner as Army Staff Sgt. Erica Russo sings the national anthem
at the Jacksonville Jaguars pre-game ceremony saluting the U.S. Armed Forces at AlItel Stadium prior to the game
Members of the United States Armed Forces prepare to parade
the colors during a Jacksonville Jaguars pre-game ceremony salut-
ing the military. The game was played at Alltel Stadium against
the Baltimore Ravens Nov. 12.
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\V class from Wilkinson Elementary as their Class of
the Quarter. The 21 students were given a special
tour of the squadron Nov. 17 as a reward for their hard
work and focus.
VP-30 Executive Officer Cmdr. Mark Creasey presented
the class with a certificate for their diligence and each
student received a squadron patch and sticker.
The VP-30 representatives who greeted the class
received an immediate and welcomed barrage of questions
from the inquisitive children. Their intrigue with the
Navy and the aviation field was as diverse as the children
themselves, spanning from P-3 ordnance to the military
Once their curiosity was appeased, the class took part in
an interactive lecture on simple machines. The funda-
mentals of levers and pulleys were explained and the stu-
dents excitedly gave examples found in daily life. VP-30
instructors were on hand to give a tour of a P-3 aircraft
during which the fourth graders were quizzed on their
newly acquired knowledge on various parts of the aircraft.
Aircrewmen eagerly explained the different stations with-
in the plane, but the galley and cockpit were of most inter-
est to the kids.
In addition to science, the children were taught about
citizenship. They proactively discussed what it means to
Photo courtesy of VP-30
VP-30 Executive Officer Cmdr. Mark Creasy poses with Mrs.
Alex Tyson and the Class of the Quarter from Wilkinson
Elementary School after a tour of the squadron.
be a U.S. citizen as well as many topics that comprise good
citizenship. Among these were respect for others, litter-
ing, and service to their country and the importance of
becoming informed voters.
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005 7
A holiday recipe for 'Thanks-
By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
A certain lady went to visit
her friend and took her 6-
year-old son, Johnny along.
Upon arriving at the house, the
boy started to complain that he
The friend offered Johnny an
orange. Immediately after the
lady offered him the orange
Johnny's mother said to him,
"Now what do you say, Johnny?"
Johnny looked at the orange,
handed it back to the gracious
lady and said, "Peel it." Hardly
an expression of "thanksgiving."
Unfortunately, so many of us
take the gifts life brings for
granted. Like Johnny we may
not do well at being thankful.
Thanksgiving, or should I say
"thanks-living" (living with an
attitude of gratitude) is impor-
tant if we are to enjoy the full-
ness of life. Possessing an ever-
greater ability to appreciate what
we already have is an even
Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
greater challenge in our day and
time. I'm afraid that there are
some that may never be truly sat-
isfied with the gifts they already
For this Thanksgiving holiday, I
would like to express some
thoughts about proper gratitude,
or better yet, how to maintain an
attitude of "thanks-living" in our
lives that will carry us beyond
this most unique American of hol-
Let's begin with the following
truism: "thanksgiving is an atti-
tude." An attitude is a behavior.
Because it is a personal behavior,
we do exert a high degree of con-
trol over it. The Thanksgiving
holiday invites us to participate
in this spirit of inner gratitude.
It is an "attitude of gratitude"
that can teach us so much about
balanced living because there
truly is so much to be thankful
for everyday. This lifestyle or
"thanks-living" can pervade all of
life and make an important con-
tribution to the way we live all of
life. How can this be?
Hockenbury officially welcomed as NEX GM
By Miriam S. Gallet
officially welcomed Bill
Hockenbury as their new
general manager (GM) last
served as a director of bud-
gets and financial analysis
at the NEX Command
in Norfolk, Va., a position
he held for five years.
In this position, he was
responsible for the
NEXCOM's budgetary and
fiscal matters and finan-
Prior to his assignment
at NEXCOM, Hocken-
bury's most recent assign-
ments were as general
manager at NEX Dam
Neck, Virginia Beach, Va.
and as NEXCOM Hawaii
deputy director of opera-
tions for six area stores,
where he was the principal
officer overseeing the day-
to-day, multi-million dollar
In addition, he was the
focal point for providing
financial and analytical
feedback necessary for
effective and efficient
retail activities to head-
As the NAS Jax NEX
GM, he now oversees the
operations of one of the
largest NEX stores in the
world, which last year
earned the Bingham
Award for Excellence in
Customer Service, Out-
standing Managerial and
Operational Results in the
large store category (store
with sales from $52 to $82
The NAS Jax Navy
Lodge, Autoport, Garden
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Navy Exchange (NEX) General Manager Bill
Hockenbury (right) listens to Shiseido Cosmetics Executive
Director of New Business Development Anne Neumann (cen-
ter) explain the layout of the new Shiseido counter at the NEX
Nov. 16. Paula Stone, Shiseido counter manager at the NEX,
listens to the explanation.
Center, Truck Rental
Outpost Mini-Mart and
two NEX Convenience
Stores, all fall under his
"The NEX operation at
this base is second to none
and I am honored to have
been tapped for the GM
job. Being in Jacksonville
feels great," remarked
"In order to continue
with our mission and have
the best NEX store in the
world, we must have the
right employees and at the
same time reward our
employees for doing the job
correctly by going the
extra yard," he continued.
"I would like for my staff
to know that I am fair,
open-minded and team ori-
Hockenbury also ex-
plained that just like any
business, the store has
daily challenges, however,
he feels' that his team of
professionals at every NEX
location within NAS Jax is
a customer service expert.
"I have the utmost confi-
dence that our employees
will do what's right each
and every time. They are
here to -serve and ensure
that our Sailors and their
families are taken care of
each and every time they
visit one of our centers," he
When asked what he
hoped to achieve during
his tour here, Hockenbury
replied, "There are four
things that I hope to
achieve. One Have the
highest Associate Satis-
faction Index within NEX-
COM. Two Have the best
Customer Service Satis-
faction Index. Three -
Develop a loyalty driven
business by which the mili-
tary community will
always choose NEX first.
And four Provide quality
goods and services at great
savings while contributing
to the Morale, Recreation
and Welfare fund in order
to improve the quality of
life for our warfighters and
Seventy percent of prof-
its generated within the.
NEXCOM system are
given back to the Sailors in
the form of MWR distribu-
tions. Over the past 50
years, NEXCOM has con-
tributed more than 2 bil-
lion to the MWR fund.
"Each time a Sailor or
his family buys at the
NEX, they add to their
own quality of Navy life
because NEX profits help
fund MWR programs,"
"High quality and low
prices at the exchange add
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they have the advantage of
shopping at a tax-free
"I would like our cus-
tomers to know that if they
find a lower price at anoth-
er local store, we'll match
it," he stated proudly. "We
also have a 14-day price
guarantee on any item
originally purchased from
It's your choice to smoke or
not to smoke.
We hope you make the
Contact us at 542-5292 when you make
the tight coice -The Wellness CenterG -
CFC golf tournament is Dec. 2
Join NAS Jacksonville and its tenant
commands for a golf tournament ben-
efiting the Combined Federal
Campaign (CFC) Dec. 2 at the NAS
Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department Golf Club.
The tournament, which will begin with a
shotgun start at noon, has a four-player
captain's choice format and will have a
field limited to the first 144 players.
Teams will be flighted by their total
team handicap and each player's tee shot
must be used at least two times during the
Players must fax (542-4983) or deliver
their completed entry forms to the MWR
Golf Club no later than Nov. 30. The entry
fee is $45 per player.
All proceeds will go to the CFC's undes-
ignated fund. For more information, call
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Se Habla Espahol
Well, first of all, living thank-
fully is not the same as being
"happy" all the time. Happiness
is a feeling. Happiness is a
response to a particular experi-
ence. Thankful living ("thanks-
living) is a behavior based on a
decision of my will. This decision
is grounded on the unchanging
reality that life itself is a gift and
worthy of fruitful living. I have
discovered that it is further based
on the truth that God has given
me a life to experience in all its
abundance, in all its vitality.
What's the practical translation
of all this?
1. If I've smashed my thumb
with a hammer, I still have the
rest of my fingers.
2. If I've been in a car accident,
it could've been a lot worse.
3. If the Redskins lost again,
well, they can't get any worse (I'm
in trouble now).
To be sure, the foundation, the
reality of "thanks-living" is found-
ed on the objective, palpable fact
that the life we live and breathe
is precious because it is a gift
from the Almighty. Therefore,
"thanks-living" is an elevation of
the heart. Here's a reality check.
Do we go through the motions of
living (as though we're the walk-
ing dead) or do we live with a
sense of the presence of God?
This "behavior" is a choice. It's
always a choice. This path of grat-
itude isn't easy but it's worth the
effort. See what there is to be
thankful for rather than dwelling
on the negative things. Some of
you already have this attitude of
"thanks-living." I've seen it in
many of you and it's contagious.
It has encouraged me.
So in preparation for this
national holiday that is so dis-
tinctly American in its expres-
sion, let us use this time to
remember that "thanks-living" is
a life-long calling.
On behalf of NAS Chapel
Center staff, have a blessed and
safe Thanksgiving holiday.
8 JaxAirNeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005
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Olivia Viano gets ready
to dive through one of
the inflatables and slide down
the other side at the carnival.
7T for jada
By Kaylee LaRocque
hwe annual NAS Jacksonville Military
5 Family Appreciation Carnival proved
extremely successful Saturday as hun-
dreds of military family members stopped
by to enjoy the entertainment, large inflat-
able rides, free sno-cones and lots of give-a-
The event is sponsored each year by the
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department's Youth Activities Center
(YAC) as a special way to say thanks to the
"We hold this carnival each year in
recognition of Military Family Appreci-
ation Month. We like to do something spe-
Kristi Benitez, 5, fishes for some goodies at
the NAS Jax Child Development Center
cial for our military families to thank them
for doing what they do every day. This is a
fun event and a way to let our military
families spend some quality time together,"
explained YAC Director Megan Elliot.
"We've added quite a few different activi-
ties this year, so hopefully everyone is hav-
ing a great time."
Some of those new activities included a
magic show by Mr. G's Magic and Cos-
tumes, a Tae Kwon Do demonstration and
a special appearance from Jacksonville
Jaguars Mascot Jaxson de Ville, who enter-
trained everyone with his antics. Not only
did he sign autographs for the children,
but he also participated in the karate
demonstration, raced around on his scooter
and mini-motorcycle and entertained the
children on the bouncy rides.
The children also enjoyed getting free
balloon characters and face paintings cour-
See CARNIVAL, Page 9
S- Jacksonville Jaguars Mascot Jaxson de Ville
. ,Christopher Ayala and Amanda Christmas of the Youth Activities Center prepare sno-cones gives 6-year-old Dante Edwards a lift up on
for a group of children at the carnival. the Human Fly Velcro Wall.
Ten-year-old Jordan Johnson finds herself
stuck to the side of the Human Fly Velcro
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005 9
Eleven-year-old Toree Hill demonstrates a kick as 9-year-old Emily Stallings blocks while under the
watch of their Tae Kwon Do Instructor Kirke Woodall. The students performed a variety of demon-
strations during the annual NAS Jacksonville Military Family Appreciation Carnival Saturday.
CARNIVAL: 'Better than last year
because there is so much more to do'
From Page 8
tesy of the NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center, free
visors from VyStar Credit Union, goodies from Chick-Fil-
A, candy and coffee mugs from MWR's Marketing
Department and fishing for prizes at the Child
Development Center's booth.
"We came out here today to have some fun and wear the
kids out. We come to all these events. The weather is
beautiful and the kids are having a blast that's what
counts," said ASC(AW/SW) Chris Viano of Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Jacksonville, who
brought along his daughter, Olivia.
"There are a lot of fun things to do
at this carnival games, the bouncy
rides and free sno-cones. I really like the
Human Velcro Fly exhibit because it's fun
being stuck up on the wall. This year is "
much better than last year because there is so A
much more to do," added 12-year-old Cory
Fletcher, who says he's been to several of these
The next celebration for military children will be
April to recognize the Month of the Military Child.
10 ax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005
Navy Medicine Support Command
HM1 Cornelius Bro-
thers and HM3 Ny-
oka Key were re-
cently selected as Navy
Medicine Support Com-
mand's (NMSC) Senior and
Junior Sailor of the Third
"It's an honor to be select-
ed for Senior Sailor of the
Quarter, because of the
quality of my co-workers in
this command. It's also cool
to be selected as the first
ever Sailors of the Quarter
since we became Navy
Medicine Support Com-
mand earlier this month,"
Brothers is a native of
Gainesville, Fla., and has
served in the Navy for more
than eight years. He serves
NMSC as the assistant
leading petty officer for the
file maintenance division.
He is also the president of
the First Class Petty Offi-
Key was born in Rich-
mond, Va., and has served
in the Navy for more than
lors of Quarter awarded
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TRICARE officials encourage educated
decisions on Medicare Part D
By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
Photo by JO1 (SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
HM1 Cornelius Brothers and HM3 Nyoka Key were recently
selected as Navy Medicine Support Command's Sailors of the
Third Quarter. They also have the distinction of being the first
Sailor's of the Quarter since Healthcare Support Office
became Navy Medicine Support Command Nov. 1.
six years. She is pursuing a
bachelors of science and
nursing in certified regis-
tered nurse anesthetist.
She serves as medical
staff specialist in the nurse
corps division of the creden-
tialing and privileging
"I was surprised because
I didn't know my leading
petty officer had put a
package in for me. It was a
big thrill to be recognized
by my peers," she said,
"These are two 'top notch'
Sailors. These young profes-
sionals were selected
among several very compet-
itive candidates because of
their abilities and their
willingness to go beyond
what is expected of them,"
stated DTCM(SW) E. Cruz,
NMSC command master
The window for signing up for
Medicare's new prescription drug
plan opened Nov. 15, but TRICARE
Management Activity officials encourage
eligible beneficiaries to weigh the facts
before deciding whether to sign on to the
Coverage under the new prescription
drug plan, called Medicare Part D, begins
Jan. 1 and is open to anyone already
enrolled in Medicare. The plan repre-
sents the first time Medicare has offered
prescription drug coverage for its esti-
mated 42 million beneficiaries. TRICARE
officials estimate that about 1.7 million
of the 9.2 million TRICARE beneficiaries
are eligible to enroll in the new plan, but
emphasize that it's not the most prudent
choice for everyone.
In most cases, there's no added value
for TRICARE beneficiaries to buy the
new Medicare prescription drug cover-
age, officials said. TRICARE generally
pays as much or more than a standard
Medicare prescription plan, they said.
Unlike many non-DoD Medicare benefi-
ciaries, those under TRICARE already
have what officials call a "robust" phar-
macy benefit. It charges no monthly pre-
miums and requires minimal co-pay-
ments for drugs received through the
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy and
retail network. In addition, there's no
cost for prescription drugs received at
military treatment facilities, officials
The one group of eligible TRICARE
beneficiaries who may benefit from the
new Medicare Plan D are those with lim-
ited incomes and assets, officials said.
This includes beneficiaries who qualify
The new Medicare Part D drug plan
options will vary by location, officials
said, and beneficiaries living overseas
The best way for TRICARE-Medicare
beneficiaries to determine if the new
plan is best for them is to evaluate a
variety of factors involved. These include
monthly premiums, deductibles, co-pay-
ments and drug coverage of several pre-
scription drug plans, including the TRI-
CARE pharmacy program, officials said.
To help eligible TRICARE beneficiaries
make this decision, TRICARE and the
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
Services have teamed up to provide
Medicare Part D educational and enroll-
ment information. This information is
posted on the TRICARE and Medicare
Web sites or by calling (800) MEDICARE
The enrollment period for the prescrip-
tion drug coverage plan continues
through May 15. After that, eligible ben-
eficiaries will have an annual window
between Nov. 15 and Dec. 31 to sign up.
Naval Hospital clinics, pharmacy
closed for upcoming holidays
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's clinics and pharmacies will be closed
for the Thanksgiving holiday Nov. 24-25. The pharmacies will
return to normal operations on Nov. 26. Over the Christmas holi-
day season, Naval Hospital Jacksonville clinics will be closed the day fol-
lowing Christmas, Dec. 26, and the day following New Years Day, Jan. 2.
The hospital Emergency Department will be open 24/7 throughout the
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
rHM2(FMF) Eric Demler of the Naval Hospital jacksonville Wellness Center goes over
some facts regarding tobacco use with Cmdr. Orlando Ruiz-Roque of Commander,
Navy Region Southeast at a display at the Navy Exchange Nov. 17. The staff of the
Wellness Center spent Nov. 17-18 informing people on the hazards of tobacco use as
part of the American Cancer Society's Great American Smoke Out. "We are out here
today in an effort to get Sailors to quit smoking so we can have a more effective mili-
.tary," said Wellness Center Tobacco Cessation Program Manager Danny Woodard.
Flu shots available at Naval Hospital and Branch Clinics
From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville is now ad-
za vaccine to TRICARE
beneficiaries. This year, the
vaccine is offered to all
TRICARE Prime, Plus and
Standard patients, regard-
less of hospital enrollment.
Just present your military
All patients, adults and
children, are encouraged to
get vaccinated. The vaccine
is available in all outpa-
tient clinic areas: OB/GYN,
Pediatrics, Family Med-
icine and Internal Medi-
cine as well as at the
Branch Health Clinics
(BHCs). (BHC patients
should call ahead to be
sure adequate supplies are
The vaccine is offered in
injectable or mist forms.
There are contraindica-
tions for some people tak-
ing the mist. Patients will
be screened for specific con-
traindications for both
forms of the vaccine at the
clinics before it is adminis-
FFSC offers educational and support programs
The NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family Sup-
port Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the fore-
most preventive measure for
the avoidance of personal
and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
abl~e to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accommo-
dations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
The following workshops
are available in November
and December: .
Nov. 21, 12:30-3 p.m. -
Car Buying Workshop
Nov. 22, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 7:30 a.m. -
4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (retir-
Dec. 5-9, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Command Financial
Dec. 13, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
Dec. 12-15, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition Assistance
Dec. 20, 1-4 p.m. Stress
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
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Castellanos retires from
FASOTRAGRULANT Det Jax
AO1(AW) Carlos Cas-
tellanos retired from
Fleet Aviation Speci-
alized Training Group At-
lantic Fleet (FASOTRA-
Jacksonville Nov. 18 after
20 years of naval service.
Lt. Cmdr. Anthony
Anderson was the guest
speaker and Lt. Cmdr. R.
Therrien was the master of
A native of Castroville,
Texas, Castellanos enlisted
in the United States Navy
June 21, 1985, and reported
for basic training in
Orlando, Fla., after spend-
ing five months in the
Delayed Entry Program.
Upon completion of basic
training, he transferred to
AO1(AW) Carlos Castellanos
Millington, Tenn. for
Aviation Ordnance "A"
His first tour of duty was
aboard USS Forrestal (CV
59). From there he trans-
ferred to VP-30 at NAS Jax,
followed by a tour with
VFA-82 at NAS Cecil Field
where he completed two
six-month deployments in
the Mediterranean Sea and
Persian Gulf on board USS
America (CV 66).
Castellanos then reported
to VFA-87 at NAS Oceana,
Va., participating in two
successful major combat
Enduring Freedom on
board USS Enterprise
(CVN-65) and Operation
Iraqi Freedom aboard USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-
71). He reported to FASO-
ment Jacksonville for his
Castellanos resides in
Jacksonville with his wife,
Vanessa and their daugh-
AA degrees available through
Coastline Community College
From the Navy
Coastline Community College's dis-
tance learning program for military
personnel was created especially for
Coastline courses are available both
ashore and at sea (via the NCPACE
Using your military experience you may
only need to take 20 semester hours to
complete your rating-related Associate of
Arts (AA) degree.
For example, an AT3 or above has
already earned 40 semester hours towards
an AA in electronics technology with
Coastline Community College.
By taking one course in each of the fol-
lowing areas, speech/communications,
English, natural sciences, arts and human-
ities, social sciences and two free electives
you have completed all the requirements.
Complete math competency and one of
the seven that meets the global/multicul-
tural studies. Only 12 credits from
Coastline are needed for residency.
Registration for the spring term is Nov.
21 to Jan. 13. Contact your Coastline rep-
resentative at the Navy College Office on
Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
or email email@example.com:
et rn Soon?
Or, getting out wit six or more years?
Or, Guard or Reserve with 10 or more years?
Or spouse of the above military members ?
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FEMA urges evacuees to update information
From the Federal
As the Dec. 1 deadline
nears for the Depart-
ment of Homeland
Security's Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency
(FEMA) transitional hous-
ing program, helping evac-
uees find more stable, long-
term housing is a priority.
"We want to encourage
those evacuees living in
hotels and motels-or any
other temporary housing-
to follow these steps to help
with their disaster assis-
tance," says Paul Fay, feder-
al coordinating officer for
the emergency disaster dec-
larations in the states of
Georgia, Kentucky, North
Carolina, South Carolina
and Tennessee. "These
actions will help speed the
Register with FEMA
by calling 1-800-621-3362
or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for
the hearing or speech
The line is open from 6
a.m. to 12 p.m. (EST). It's
recommended you call early
in the morning or late at
Call the number above
to get the status of your
case if you have registered
and not yet received assis-
Fill out and return all
paper work, including the
U.S. Small Businessi
Administration loan appli-
cation. All applicants must.'
fill out the loan application
whether or not they want a
loan to be eligible for any.'
form of assistance.
Keep your address
updated with FEMA and
the U.S. Postal Service.
Check with your insur-
ance company for the sta-
tus of any claims.
Call the FEMA hous-
ing referral service at 1-
800-762-8740 or 1-800-462-
7585 (TTY) open daily 8
a.m. to 9 p.m. (EST) to find
housing in the area where
See FEMA, Page 12
Menu review board to be held Dec. 6
The NAS Jack-
Galley will con-
duct a menu review
board Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. at
the galley. All command
and departmental repre-
sentatives are encour-
aged to attend. This is
your chance to have a
say in what will be
served at the galley.
For more information,
call CSC(SW) Sophia
Jeffrie at 542-8597.
12 Jax lr Nws, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005
By the NAS Fire Department markings on lig
A according to the U.S. Fire Admini- play accordingly
station (USFA), holiday fires injure Check light
2,600 individuals and cause over ken or cracked
$930 million in damage each year. By fol- wires, and loose
lowing some precautionary safety tips, and broken lighi
individuals can greatly reduce their Turn off all.
chances of becoming one of these casual- orations before
ties. and when leave
Trees Remember, an
will start a fire.
When purchasing a live tree, ensure Do not ov
the one you choose is fresh when you buy Check and follow
it. When the trunk of a tree is bounced on erIs recommend
the ground, a shower of needles indicates connections. D
the tree is too dry. three (3) stand
The bottom end of the trunk should be single extensic
cut off at an angle at least 1-2 inches above surge protectors
the end to help the tree absorb water. tiple plug-in con
Place the tree in a sturdy, suitable stand Do not use
with adequate water. Check and maintain artificial Christ
water level on a daily basis. lights with the
. Locate Christmas trees away from staples. Use p:
heating vents or other fixed (fireplaces) or nectors.
portable heating appliances. The heat can
cause the tree to dry out prematurely
and/or to be ignited. When a tree becomes Open flames
is dry, remove it from the home immediate- be located on o
ly. other similar co:
Never put tree branches or needles in a e Candles and
fireplace or wood-burning stove. The sap is be placed in ar
very flammable and the fire can intensify knockethat a ore sturdyblo
and become out of control. that are made f
When purchasing an artificial tree, burn.
look for the 'fire resistant' or 'fire retar- b NEVER lea
dant' label. TENDED.
Lights Always keep i
Only Underwriters Laboratories Inc., the reach of chil
listed electric lights and wiring decorations Remember:
shall be permitted or used on Christmas alarm in your
trees and other similar decorations. Check monthly.
ht sets for "indoor" or "out-
conditions of use, and dis-
sets (new and old) for bro-
d sockets, frayed or bare
connections. Replace worn
lights on trees or other dec-
you retire for the evening,
'ing your home or office.
electrical "short" can and
'erload extension cords.
w the product manufactur-
dation for multiple light
o not connect more than
ard size sets of lights per
in cord. Power strips and
are recommended for mul-
electric lights on a metal
mas tree and never attach
use of metal fasteners or
plastic, non-conductive con-
s from any device shall not
r near Christmas trees or
I other similar devices shall
areas where they cannot be
vn over. Use candleholders
, wonit tip over easily, and
rom a material that cannot
ve burning candles UNAT-
matches and lighters out of
Keep a working smoke
home and test it at least
Getting in holiday spirit
Holiday cooking fire safety
From the NAS Fire Department r'-
As the holidays approach, most home
gatherings will involve cooking -
indoor and outdoor. Cooking fires
are often the result of unattended cooking
and human error.
According to the National Fire Protection
Association, cooking is the leading cause of
residential fires in the U.S. A new report
released by the U.S. Fire Administration
last September states that in 2002 alone,
cooking-related fires caused an estimated
185,600 structural fires, 80 civilian deaths,
3,875 injuries and $481 million in property
damage. "Each year, cooking fires in struc-
tures generally result in the highest num-
ber of injuries," said Charlie Dickinson,
deputy, U.S. Fire Administrator. "Cooking
fires account for a large number of pre-
ventable fires and injuries. Simply being
more attentive to the use of cooking mate-
rials and equipment would greatly reduce
these types of fires and injuries."
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)
has made the following statement concern-
ing the use of turkey fryers: iWeire worried
ky the increasing reports of fires related
with turkey fryer use," says John
Drengenberg, UL consumer affairs manag-
er. "Based on our test findings, the fryers
used to produce those great-tasting birds
are not worth the risks. As a result of these
tests, UL has decided not to certify any
turkey fryers with our trusted UL Mark."
Safer Cooking Tips
If you absolutely must use a turkey
tyer, keep them away from wooden decks
and garages. Make sure the fryer is set up'
on a flat surface to prevent accidental tip-
Make sure the turkeys are completely
thawed. Water from the frozen turkey can
cause spillover of the oil, causing a fire.
Keep children and pets away from the
fryer. Even after use, the oil in the cooking
pot can remain dangerously hot, hours
* The sides of the cooking pot, lid and
.handles get very hot, posing severe burn
hazards. Use well-insulated potholders or
TFEMA: Here's how to
From Page 11
you wish to relocate.
Apply for Disaster
as soon as possible if you
'an not find a job and are
out of work as a result of
eitherr one of the hurri-
canes. The deadline is Nov.
For displaced Alabama
For displaced Louisi-
;ana workers: 800-430-8076
or for questions, 866-783-
For displaced Missis-
sippi workers: 888-844-
For displaced Texas
If you do not qualify for
FEMA housing assistance, .
-Call the Department of
Housing and Urban Devel-
Zpment (HUD) at 1-800-
955-2232 or 1-800-877-8339
.(TTY) for general questions
concerning HUD program
requirements, or --Evac-
'Dees may call 1-800-866-
373-9509 or 1
(TTY) for info]
oven mitts when touching pot or lid han-
Keep curtains, towels and potholders
away from hot surfaces in the kitchen.
Turn pot handles in so you can't bump
them. Don't leave the kitchen while food is
on the stovetop.
Watch children closely keep them out
of the kitchen.
What to do if:
Stovetop fire: Prevent flair-up by cover-
ing with lid and turn burner off.
Oven fire: Turn off heat and keep the
oven door closed.
Microwave fire: Keep door closed and
unplug microwave. Have oven serviced
before next use.
Keep a multi-purpose fire extinguisher
nearby. Never use water to extinguish
grease or oil fire. If the fire is manageable,
use the extinguisher. Call 9-1-1 immediate-
ly for help!
Keep a working smoke alarm in your
home and test it at least monthly.
get in touch with relief
-800-877-8339 federal response and recovery
rmation about efforts following any national
ina Disaster incident. FEMA also initiates
istancIe pro- mitigation activities, trains
first responders, works with
stant and local emergencv
managers, and manages the
FEMA prepares the nation National
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Special Olympics Clay
County, Florida is looking for all
interested volunteers and ath-
letes ages 8 to adult. For any-
one interested in being coach,
there will be a coaches meeting
Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at: Ashley
Lodge, Boy Scout Camp, Camp
Echockotee, 2513 Doctors Lake
Dr., Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call Tara Eble at
553-6692 or emailWilma
Stanley at countryladyis34@
Jacksonville Light Parade
Volunteers are needed for this
event Saturday. Officially kick off
the holiday season and join in
the funand magic of this annual
tradition. The St. Johns River is
transformed into a sparkling dis-
play of holiday spirit as the First
Coast's finest boats and cap-
tains parade down the river.
Volunteers will assist as hosts,
wear costumes and set up. For
more information, call Sonja at
Mayor's Holiday Festival
Join the City of Jacksonville
Adult Services Division Dec. 3
as they provide a holiday meal
and entertainment for approxi-
mately 3,000 senior citizensat
the Prime Osborn Convention
Center. Volunteers will assist
with set-up, decorations,
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greeters, ushers, serve meal-
sand cleaning up. Volunteers will
receive complementary parking,
snacks. Call Sonja at 778-2821
Mayor's Open House
Join us at the mayors old-
fashioned holidayparty at City
Hall and Hemming Plaza Dec.
8. This event includes holiday
caroling, delicious treats, enter-
tainment and other plannedac-
tivities.Volunteers will assist as
hosts, wear costumes, make
popcorn and set up. Call Sonja
at 778-2821 for more informa-
Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to bring works of art to life.
If you are interested in volun-
teering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at
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PH3 David Didier of VP-16 paints a 4- by 8-foot piece of plywood for the annual
holiday card contest sponsored by the NAS Jacksonville Morale Welfare
Recreation Department. The cards will be displayed on Yorktown Avenue during
the holiday season.
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NEX A-OK Student Reward Program |
helps make college more affordable
By Kristine M. Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public Affairs
The Navy Exchange's A-OK
Student Reward Program will
hold a drawing Nov. 30 to help
four students pay for a college educa-
The winners will receive either a
$5,000, $3,000 $2,000 or $1,000 U.S.
savings bond (denominations at
"The A-OK Program was created in
1997 to reward students for getting
good grades in school," said Mike
Mongin, retail operations specialist at
the Navy Exchange Service
Command (NEXCOM). "We are proud
to be able to help students fulfull
their dreams of a higher education.
It's just one more way the Navy
Exchange supports the Navy Family."
Any eligible full-time student who
has a B grade point average equiva-
lent or better, as determined by their
school system, may enter the draw-
ing. Eligible students include .depend-
ent children of active-duty military
members, reservists and military
retirees enrolled in first through 12th
grade. Dependent children without an
individual Dependent Identification
Card must be accompanied by their
sponsor to submit their entry.
Photo by PHAN Mark Braden
CS2 Damion Hart, assigned to Auxiliary Security Force on board NAS
Jacksonville, inspects the under carriage of an 18-wheel rig Nov. 17 at
the commercial gate.
Sailors Aweigh takes kids
From the USO /to., p
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he Sailors Aweigh Program,
sponsored by the Jacksonville
Jaguars Foundation gives free
tickets, transportation and T-shirt to
the families of deployed and deploy-
able Sailors, with priority given to
deployed Sailors' families. It is
designed for children ages 9-16.
Children can go with or without a
parent, as chaperones will be provid-
ed or parents can accompany their
children as a chaperone. Each chap-
erone will supervise three to five chil-
dren, so there will be plenty of super-
Free transportation will be provid-
ed to all participants of the program
and is a requirement of the program.
A Navy bus will be stationed each
game day near the Navy Federal
Credit Union ATM Machine in the
Exchange/Commissary parking lot.
Participants are asked to arrive 1:45
p.m for games starting at 4 p.m. For
games starting at 1 p.m., participants
are asked to arrive at 10:45 a.m. The
bus will depart as soon as all partici-
pants are on the bus.
The Sailors Aweigh T-shirts, provid-
ed free of charge by the USO, must be
worn by all attendees throughout the
game. The T-shirts will be distributed
to each participant on the bus.
Participants agree to remain in the
designated seating area throughout
the game and ride the bus back to the
base following the game.
Additionally, each child will be pro-
vided with $10 worth of Jaguar dol-
lars courtesy of the USO. Jaguar dol-
lars may be used to purchase food or
merchandise at the stadium.
Before departure, each Sailors
Aweigh participant recites a pledge to
abstain from using drugs, alcohol, or
tobacco. The stadium seats assigned
to the Sailors Aweigh participants are
in the 'Honor Rows' section. This is a
Drawings are held each quarter
throughout the school year, for a total
of $44,000 for the 2005/2006 school
year. Each student may enter only
once each grading period and must
re-enter with each qualifying report
To enter the drawings, students
must visit the Navy Exchange with a
current report card and have a Navy
Exchange associate verify the mini-
mum grade average. Students will
then fill out an entry card and obtain
an A-OK ID, which entitles the holder
to discount coupons for Navy
Exchange products and services.
Save 40 percent at
he Navy Lodge
rom the NASJax Navy Lodge
Did you know that your holiday
guests can stay at a Navy Lodge
and save over 40 percent on the
oom rate compared to the average per
iem rate around the world?
Authorized guests of the Navy Lodge
in make a reservation and check their
guests in at any of the 44 Navy Lodges
id Navy Inns worldwide.
"Navy Lodges offer military families
id their friends an inexpensive, conven-
nt place to stay, especially during the
usy holiday season," said Navy Lodge
acksonville Manager Donato Nosce.
"Our associates are dedicated to provid-
ig quality service to every guest. Best of
1, there are no extra person charges
hen staying at a Navy Lodge."
Navy Lodges feature oversized rooms
ith free coffee, local and 800 phone calls,
newspapers, cable TV with HBO, fully
quipped kitchens with microwaves, hair
ryers, a laundromat and video/DVD
Call the Navy Lodge Jacksonville at
72-6000 to make a reservation. To
receive a Navy Lodge directory or to
Lake a reservation at another Navy
dodge, call 1-800-NAVY-INN, 24 hours a
ay, seven days a week or go to
ww.navy-lodge.com. Once you make a
reservation, you cannot be bumped from
our room. Reservation and room assign-
tents are accepted on an as-received
basis without regard to rank.
to Jags games
great environment to enjoy the game.
Deployed Sailors' families will have
priority for participation in the pro-
gram. Sailors on sea duty, but not
presently deployed, may be put on the
waiting list to fill the balance of the
seats not filled by deployed families
by the Wednesday before the game.
There is also a waiting list to fill the
slots of families who are unable to
attend on game day. Individual status
will be confirmed before being placed
on the actual 'going to the game' list.
If an individual deployed unit
would like to make this a command
event, arrangements may be made.
Sign ups are first come, first serve, so
make sure you sign up at the earliest
possible opportunity. Sign up times
for each game starts two Mondays
before each home game.
The schedule of Sailors Aweigh
games for the 2005 season is as fol-
Dec. 11 Indianapolis Colts
Dec. 18- San Francisco 49ers
Jan. 1 Tennessee Titans
For further information or to apply
for any of the games listed, contact
Greg Reno at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 542-2179 ext. 121.
Photos by JOI Mike England
YN2(SCW) Chrishinda Dobbs looks at the collection of
Native American cultural items on display during the Native
American Heritage Month Observance Nov. 16.
Celebrating tribal cultures
From Page 1
ancestors, all you have to
do is find out which tribe
you're from and get in
touch with them. They will
help you get in touch with
your culture. Everyone,
especially Native Ameri-
cans, should desperately try
to retain what is left of his
or her culture. It's up to you
to pass it along to the next
At the conclusion of the
observance, many of the
attendees stayed behind to
view the Native American
cultural display the MCAC
set up. YN2(SCW) Chrish-
inda Dobbs was impressed-
with Painter's speech and
the cultural display. "The
display was very elegant
and the guest speaker was
amazing," Dobbs stated. "I
want to visit one of the
local tribes and see if I can
participate in a Pow-Wow.":
For more information on
Native American heritage,
Out in town, need a ride?
Club 2000 can help
NAS Jacksonville has a program called Club 2000.
Anyone who is impaired and in a bar, club, lounge;
or private residence within St. Johns, Baker;
Nassau, Clay or Duval counties can call the NAS
Jacksonville OOD office at. 542-2338. You will be provided
a taxi ride, paid for by the station, to your home within the
same five counties.
Anyone (including civilians) in an on-base facility can
have the club bartender assist in contacting the OOD.
Club 2000 cards with this phone number can be
obtained from MWR in Building 1.
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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, an upgraded scoring system and
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).
Jingle Bell Jog
Dec. 14, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/ Antenna Farm
For more information, call 542-3518/2930.
For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Enjoy the following holiday performances for only
Performances take place at the Times-Union Center in
Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m.
First Coast Nutcracker
Dec. 9-10, 8 p.m.
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
Turkey Bowl Madden '06 Playstation Tournament
Tonight, 7 p.m.
Thanksgiving Dinner with Liberty
Turkey and all the trimmings.
Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Sign-up at Liberty Cove.
File photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Santa and his elves happily head to last year's tree-lighting festivities at Patriot's Grove after arriving on a fire engine courtesy
of the NAS Jax Fire Department.
Nov. 29, 7 p.m.
Save Santa Scavenger Hunt
Find Santa and win $250!
For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Bad News Bears (PG-13)
Dec. 3, 5 p.m. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (PG)
Dec. 3, 7 p.m. Stealth (PG-13)
Dec. 9, 7 p.m. Deuce Bigelow (R)
For more information about the marina please call 542-
Fourth annual Light Up Your Boat Contest
Dec. 9, 5 p.m.
Prizes awarded for "Tackiest Looking Boat" and "Spirit
of the Season"
Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active duty.
Friday night events are for ages K-17..For more infor-
mation on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249.
For information on Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees, cart fee only.
Dec. 6 and 20 for active duty.
Dec. 8 and 22 for retirees and Department of Defense
For more information on the flying club please call 777-
8549 or 777-6035.
Ground School Classes are located on second deck of the
Auto Skills Center. The Flying Club is now located at
Building 847A on the north side of base.
Commands needed for holiday card contest
NAS Jacksonville commands,
squadrons and departments
are encouraged,to participate
in this year's Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department
Holiday Card Contest.
Those who enter aie eligible to win
money for their MWR funds. Prizes
are: $500 for first place, $300 for sec-
ond and $200 for third place.
Participants must design a holiday
card utilizing plywood provided by
MWR. Plywood is now available for
pick up at the MWR Auto Skills
Center, Building 622. The following
are the guidelines for the contest:
Each command, squadron or de-
partment may only enter one card.
Individuals cannot enter the con-
Commands, departments or
squadrons must provide 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
Plywood cannot be cut.
Nothing electrical can be used, as
no electricity will be available during
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
MWR is responsible for putting up
all card displays in the designated
Cards must be dropped off at the
MWR 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. during the annual
MWR Christmas Tree Lighting at
Patriots Grove. If commands would
like to keep their cards, they must be
picked up at the Fitness Center by
Jan. 15. Cards not picked up will be
Sponsors needed for MWR events for FY 2006
The NAS Jax Morale, Welfare,
and Recreation (MWR) Depart-
ment is currently seeking spon-
sorship for fiscal year 2006 special
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Your efforts will support NAS Jax please contact Shannon Leonard,
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Supporting Operation Steel Curtain
SIU offers classes on base
Photo by PHAA Nathan Laird
A S-3B Viking assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-24 is launched from the bow of the Nimitz-
class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Nov. 15. Roosevelt and
embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight (CVW-8) are currently underway in the Persian Gulf
supporting Operation Steel Curtain, an offensive aimed at preventing cells of Al Qaeda
from entering Iraq through the Syrian border.
From the Navy College Office
Southern Illinois University's (SIU)
College of Applied Sciences and
Arts offers Bachelor of Science
degrees in Health Care Management
and Electronic Systems Technologies at
NAS Jacksonville. The programs are
especially beneficial for those in med-
ical or technology career fields because
they maximize award of academic cred-
it for professional training as well as'
The programs consist of 120 semester
hours of credit. The 48 semester hours
of major coursework is taught in resi-
dence by SIU faculty. The classes are
held on weekends (Saturday and
Sunday) from 8 a.m. to 4:50 p.m.
Students who are able to attend full-
time, complete the 48 semester hour
major in 16 months. Transfer work
from other colleges and universities,
CLEP/DANTES testing, military train-
ing, and work experience fulfill the 41
semester hours of core curriculum and
31 semester hours of approved career
Eligible students may apply for mili-
tary tuition assistance, Veteran's
Administration education benefits, Pell
Grants, student loans, and the Illinois
Veteran's Grant (Illinois residents
only). Tuition is $180 per credit hour.
Spring 2005 (Jan. 7 April 23)
Health Care Management
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EST 441: Career Development for
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EST Independent Studies: HCM 300,
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The SIU office is located in the Navy
College Office, Building 110, second
floor, NAS Jacksonville. Office hours
are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. The tele-
phone number is 778-3130.
MAULERS: Breast takes command
The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United'
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club:
is a. members only club open to
all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more informa-
tion, call 778-0805 or email
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m.
at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
307-6261. The meeting for
December is cancelled.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542"-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice.
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held 'at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
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
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 Saturday and
Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the special events field near
the Visitor's Center. For more
information, call (904) 823-
The annual Jacksonville
Light Parade on the St. Johns
River will be held Saturday at 7
p.m. The event will be followed
by fireworks. For more informa-
tion, call 630-3690.
The Living Christmas Tree
and Christmas cantata "The
Heart of Christmas," will be
held Dec.17-18 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Kirkwood Presbyterian
Church, 8701 Argyle Forest
Boulevard. For further informa-
tion, call 778-4885.
Education fairs coming up on base
From the Navy College Office
The following education fairs are
scheduled at NAS Jax:
Nov. 29, 9 a.m. 12:30 p.m. HS-5
Nov. 30, 1:30-3:30 p.m. NAVAIR Depot
Dec. 1, 9:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Center for
Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit
Dec. 2, 10 a.m. 2 p.m. VP-30 Hangar
For more information, call 542-2477.
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From Iage 3
November aboard USS
Enterprise for flight deck
certification and tailored
ship's training availability
(TSTA) I/II/III. The air-
borne change of command
occurred during the last
week of TSTA.
Henderson's next tour will
be in Bahrain at
Commander, U.S. Naval
Forces Central Command,
As the Maulers say
farewell to their former
commanding officer, they
hail their new XO, Cmdr.
Doug Walker. Walker comes
to VS-32 from the Naval
War College. His previous
assignments include VS-21,
VS-41, Third Fleet and the
Naval Personnel Command.
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Annual Turkey Trot brings out the runners
ByjO1 Mike England
It was the perfect day for the annual
Turkey Trot Nov. 17 as 111 runners
turned out to participate in the 5K
run. The event, sponsored each year by
the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department (MWR), was fol-
lowed by a raffle to win six Butterball
Placing first overall and first in the
men's military category was Cmdr. Drew
Kenny from VP-30 with a time of 17:18.
Kenny earned a free turkey for his efforts.
Taking second in the military men's cate-
gory was Lt. Drew Miller of the Naval
Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanographic
Facility, Jacksonville coming in at 17:33
followed by Encarnacion Nunez of the
Branch Medical Clinic who placed third
with a time of 17:33.
In the military women's category,
Virginia Hernandez of VP-30 took first
with a time of 23:43, followed by Patricia
Tracey of Naval Air Reserve Jacksonville
coming in at 26:43 and Michele Erickson
of Naval Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast at 27:07.
Taking first in the male open division
was John Metzgar with a time of 17:20,
followed by Tim Martin coming in at
21:27 and Mark Seidl with a time of
Denise Metzgar placed first in the
female open division with a time of 19:14,
followed by Christine Hokaj coming in at
23:40 and Dana Coleman in third with a
time of 25:44.
The next MWR-sponsored run will be
the annual Jingle Bell Run on Dec. 14 at
11:30 a.m. For more information, call 542-
Photos by J01 Mike England
And they're off! A group of runners take off at the starting line of the annual Turkey Trot 5K.
The next run will be the annual jingle Bell Run on Dec. 14 at 11:30 a.m.
Cmdr. Drew Kenny (right) of VP-30 crosses
the finish line first overall with a time of
17:18, followed by retired Navy Cmdr. John
Metzgar at 17:20.
Denise Metzgar was the first woman to cross
the finish line at 19:14.
Greybeard basketball league
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists ages 30 and up. The
games are played during lunch on Tuesdays and
Thursday. Commands wanting to join the league
should stop by the base gym or contact the sports
office to get the required paperwork to join the
Flag football meeting
A 4-on-4 flag football meeting will be held Nov.
30 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building 850 conference
room. The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty and selective reservists ages. Commands
having their athletic officer or designated repre-
sentative attend the meeting will receive five
Captain's Cup points. All interested personnel
should attend the meeting to discuss rules and to
get the required paperwork to join the league.
Racquetball tourney coming up
A Captain's Cup Racquetball Tournament will
be held Dec. 5-9. The tournament is free and
open to active duty only from NAS Jax. Matches
will be played from 5-9 p.m. nightly until the tour-
nament is completed. Commands can enter mul-
tiple players. Contact the base gym to sign up by
Nov. 30. Awards will be given for first, second and
3-on-3 basketball tourney
A Captain's 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
Sports officials and
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races. Uniforms are pro-
vided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs., Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in
sanctioned race and your time meets regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator at
542-2930/3239, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
VP-5K holds fun run for charity
By Lt. j.g. Paul White
Patriots Grove Park
was filled with local
runners and their
families recently as the
VP-5 Officer's Spouses
Club hosted their first VP-
5K fun run and one-mile
kid's fun run.
Over 200. runners from
Jacksonville's many local
Navy commands and the
surrounding civilian com-
munities participated in
the newly formed race to
benefit the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society and
United Service Organi-
Music played over loud-
speakers as participants
finished registering and
stretching, while partici-
pant's children jumped
around in the bounce
At approximately 8:30
a.m., the NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department 40-
mm Saluting Team fired
their gun, signaling the
start of the race. The race-
course consisted of a 5K
loop along the roads of
NAS Jacksonville finishing
in Patriots Grove Park.
Lt. Jose Dominguez, 34,
of Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville crossed the finish line
as the overall winner, fin-
ishing the race with a time
of 17:36. Holly Turner, 50,
of Orange Park, Fla., fol-
lowed him closely and was
the top women's finisher
with a time of 22:21.
HS-11 was the winner of
the fastest command with
an average team time of
21:22. VP-5, with 42 run-
ners, had the largest num-
ber of participants in the
VP-5's very own Cmdr.
Bill Johns was the fastest
commanding officer at
23:57. Cmdr. James Hitt of
VP-16 won the fastest
executive officer competi-
tion with a time of 20:12.
'Sgt. Maj. Jose Rivera won
the fastest command mas-
ter chief category with a
time of 19:39.
According to VP-5's
Officer's Spouses Club
President Roslyn Meinert,
the VP-5K was started as a
way for families to come
out and have fun, provide a
little command competi-
tion, but also give back to
the organizations that
have helped so many of our
military members and
their families in VP-5 and
the Jacksonville area.
"The support and
involvement by the com-
munity of Jacksonville
greatly exceeded our
expectations," she said.
VP-5 Command Master
Mark Dubiel was over-
heard saying, "This is
great. I'm really impressed
with the junior officers
from VP-5, I couldn't be
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11OHappy Ads gin or an Intention, to Dunsford. $339,900. Red Got Eauity? No Problem gar, 2700sf. $295k. For decorated 3/2. Eat in
Il Lost and Found make any such pref- Door Realty Group. WOODMERE -3/2, con- TIMIQUANA Cal us today at P. Orange Park CC Exec Hm 561-471-122 a kcend Pwetbar, LAND FOR
120Notices erence limitation or Call Rezart at 465-1215 temp,r207k, new ac, Ig 5764 Hurdia Rd. Bea's Mortgage 7576416 340 sf 4/3/3car 11th -471-1222 screened glassed porch,
1FPersonals discrmnaton.tatus Open House Sat 11/19 2-4 nc y 477-9255 Close to NAS Jax. on lake, 2 car gar. SALE
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13Ticket inclus chdrunde 3/2-lovely home S 7622 on Seaboard Ave BY OWNER, 3/2 brick Upds. Lg scrnd lana, new 2530sf, 4/3, acre, $460K. 273-9456 Callahan Area
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Tr at velVdes thse g aIvn wt oh 310 Mandarin KIng str ee Dr. S Great Room Room foer xc do 8, 272366$56,500. pgrad s 063 3
10Vacationavel parents or legal custo- 31 745-0486, Won't last at Horses, Large Block exc condition $84,500. 2724366. $567,500. upgrades $489,900 269-2393 $315,000 Will Coop
15900/976 Services dians, pregnant women $147,900 Home on Acre of Land, Call800-719-5067 FSBO All brick 3/2, fpl, A3/2,scrprch, poolnew Must see! 904 6879847 626-6393.
4l Dating Services and people secu ring 3/2 Summer Haven 1700sf ch&a. Fenced Yard. Tanglewood. Must see crt, pnt, appl's, $169,900 ST. JOHNS RVR-FSBO 3/2
1Entenment custody of children gatedoen plan, many Askin $170000 Negot. FSBO -3/2$14Sk, to appreciate 272-1140 118 Sandy Ct. 626-3604 Bit '95 lot 300x0 w/I
Services nder 18. i upgrd $249K 288-5736 320 Westside CALLTODAY 383. 3704 2400sf,350 wat
not knowingly accept 4/2 Fully remodeled, Call 904-237-6046 boat slips ne3a'World oc w/350 Waterfron
any adeising for real 1400sf $175K. 12604 100% FINANCING FSBO new constr. 4/2.5, RO Andrade 6 2/2.5 St Johns Welaka
120 Notices eat in vi- Condor Dr. 287-2036 Bnkrpc, Self EMP, Invest Argyle 2851sf, 349s.900, 3101 own.fin$790mo908925
latson of the law. Our OMark 904-233-4231 3rye 2851sf.$349,900, 310 1 904899-2550
readers areahereby 9092 Arundel Way. O rk 902334231 Double Oaks Dr. 472-5272 Military Relocation Specialis 342 tSt. Augustine www.agreathousefo0rsale. com
NEEDALAWYER? informed that all Barrington Oaks. 2 3/2,1502sf,2cargar,cer NEAR OAKLEAF PLANT. GET AIRNCU (ret) AMEAoISLANDcorn
Accident? Arrest? Divorce? dwelling advertised in story,1940sf, 3/2.5, tile. l mast bagarden R AMELIAoISLANTS-100'
26qut 10tor46 8a s umero rh are 1i g 315 Arlington Ir che an d is na cd gVBPre. 38664$2 o wn1 34/, 3 poargaradnods2
AAA Attorney Referral Svc this newspaper are Immaculate cond. tub, $165k 386-0901 served Lot, Open Floor -3 BR $0 down 4/2,3 car gar, brand Oceanfront lot on N.
800-733-534224 hrs available on a equal FSBO,$259900. Call for Plan, Master Bath with income, 219-3870 new, $298,900 or 12mo Fletcher Ave. 90%
rtunitybass. Apt 739-3277 BEAUTIFUL NEW5/2.5. Garden Tub, 2CarGarvest DiOrange Park F ect Line (4)320032784176 lease. 904-343-631 Financing Avalable
scNeed hildcare In o complain of dis- N ? Buying a Home? STEN randrade watsp.cm $995k. 904-424-1661
Mandarin? Great crimination call HUD SAN JOSE -5/2. 1755sf, Mustsee2Call-859-19 Lg Sc9 6aB Appi- INVE S BRAND NEW HOME FOR
rates. Meals ro- toll-free telephone CB, $181,900. 7145 Bal- ances Stay, Like New. -1913 McMillian St. as SALE ST. AUG 2432 DOCTORS LAKE
vidVd .Ar$ 0 n u b e r a t boa Rd. Call 739-9077 MOrdINREA $ y1992 0 is $20k cash. 797-5979 If you're buying, WoodstorkCt. St in2CTRS
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266210 or 478 toll- f e etu t conventionalloans. 877346-7827 ELeZ FOption orOwinanner ing on 2/2 & 3/2 Bedrooms EST
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sealed fixed sum bids 1820F,3/2Split SBR, CREEKSIDE OAKS 4/2 3/ brk near river, 428 PV-gated 3/2, end unit,
from bondable general le OWNER WITH aUpgrades 2547sf brick, fp, fncd 100% FINANCING W 69 St 110k 868-0724 ce s
contractors until bid $229,000 (904)53&2726 Irglot, many extras, Bnkrpcy, Self EMP Invest Orange Park, FL 32003 = 4/2, 1 acre, new 2 horse OPEN HO1JSE
t h ea- 864U5 s 1100 Seagate Ave*Neptune Beach ($ 04)24a5s611 9O
opening for the con- 9,900. 90 1-6782 332 MddlS 3/1,100% FnannOut barn.$159,900. Sat 4Area/
struction of a 24i000 sq. Eno PURCHASING OR CH3/A, new cr1 t & paint 287-1316/449-4031 219-9674,$799,000.
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FSBO 3//2 Quiet 259.900 90470336 904)448-9330 225 financing needs, including A Full Serve Brokerage ke
eacneighborhoode new to show our coninuingd support A Fll8 ()5 MF t Baymeadows3/2 Bit o 03
3/2,1350sf, block h Cell (904) 463-2065 VA FHA home equity or www.althehPaief.omrk ilita8K. 9063
40 e I man upgrades. New paintcrptkitc*Maiitary daursinsFohtDr w n m1"
Privacy enced yard appl3 CatheraLn.poer conventional loans. 877-346-7827 E Z Financing on 2/2 & 3/2 Bedrooms INTERCASTAL WeST
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auctioned on Sp ni... 5,--,s. N-ce Lo'L TIRED OFWASTING MONEYON RENT? ,p ,e.%e, ,,V the Onef BedroomStatngAtOa fo nCo o
premisesoDec. 91h. 10am L/rge Sr/t,aened Patio. beach.$529k 2345629 $I" Ocanfr Cndo
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3lo 7 0 Jones. MOVE IN READY' $2r 29?000 coach, .n.:,ps inc. ,udes for appointment
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210 tSales 300 Aondale/ OWNER WITH LITTLE OR s : i' ,.tcnenCall 621 63 r pgranitetile rgass
Ortega NO CLOSING COST 0 clbhse, pool, lawn care,
HOUSE AND CONTENTS PVB TPC Sawgrass-FSBO $329,500k Call 280-7167
FOR SALE FRI SAT SUN BEAUTIFUL RENOVATION 3/2 CB Patio home.
5565 Ortega Pk BLVD. at 1225 Hull, wood Ave remO, 5289Ki 28c'.247E Tinseltown New
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bungalow1300sf. 211100Seagate Ave Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611C. g24245
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202GeogW/POOL -3/2, FSBll-2537lComos for all game.182acres
-e00sf, remod kit/ba. T LSO5 Cosmoswnewrppl&tek. I IRl R S of field with remainder
294Femandina/ hrdwd firs. 1413 Rens- Fae -ac.$1281-5626in
296.Georgia Miscell 4eUS p. ame patches
320Avondale/OrtegaM HORSES H,5storic .:,.rn. > nroughout. Very well
302Riverside RIVERSDEnW n Y u or- 53ac. pro ,sinpainedandIsa
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31117 SausEer3Fi0 TcSellaHome WithRC1 IERA PARKWAY The Rowe Comany
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310 Man dann wke FN ne 2/1', L'.r" '".torisee $ 211A PAe Rowe 33Coun an8
31SArlington ikletoINew o- 2V The B rA xn s n Team mNC Mo untains-
330 Westside vaterOnljlS1000 ":' "" i'I N n
3Argyle 2hMIDDLEBURGO Rent 389-179NEW LOG CABIN
326SprIn field ., I; NAot a Gimmick ,'Simply a Gesture A. i no $1 10 mc, "389cabin on 2+ ac79,900.
3Dow n .. j523i9.-00. 90A4234 4316 mtn views, and stream,
330 Beaches_ to show, our continuing support 8:30-5:30 NI-F e ownes/2-2616
33Mddnlebug30t for those who sen'e. 335". North Carolin
Melrose Cla._ Waterfalls, Views, River
338Baker County home fin.; 620 score iBnkrlc.sellEP.estyDa Only, Dec. 3rd
34l0St John's County fin. Call-535-3888 IV ctniedtnree I this
32StiAugustine 100% FINANCING ited Availability.
344St. Augustine Bea no% if L Call for Details & Private
3 Nassau County O rk904-2-4231 3BER 2 Bath. 2 car I ORDA RL Showing. Open 7 days/wk.
350 Waterfronty garage patio. Vinyl I-McKeough Land CO.
3MCondominiums 3/2 OWNER FIN or Rent 17006-0 fenced yard.I866-930-5263
360 Out of Area/Town/ to Own, St. Nicholas, all 170R G2 6
State remod, fen yrd, $950mo EOManufactured'
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375 Farms/Acreage FO 3bac u toales '84 Single wide 14 x 80.
30D Investment Property $175k. Cal1641-1301 1 il t a yjO E S 3/2 w/AC. Must be
382 Retirement Comm. I moved. $3500. 334-5672
For Sale FSBO near UNF4/3H1
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390 Real Estate Wanted 10min to beach and EA IW ODIKS AP RT E TS- -
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S. of Statesboro, ImtE. upgrds.Tinsletown St. IINMEY ON
of US HWY 301. 4600sf Johns Twn Ctr. $496,500
custom built 2 store 904-556-7337 6
house, located on 182 U
acres of all good high OPEN HOUSE SUN 12-4,
clean land. Vidalla 6936 Laloma Dr. Ig. exec .
onion countryw/penty brick remod, 3/2, "
of deer, duck.dove, 2700sf, $385k 626-1431 I Integrity Hom e & Finance. Inc.
on the property Home OPEN SAT-SUN 1-S U
features 3/4 Inch oak FSBO, 4/2. 509-4924. 1 We're YOUR #7 Source
floors carpet & tile in 4352 Habana Ave.
5/4w/9ft'&4 8ftceilings for VAHomeb uying & VA Loans: O l
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crop land, timber,4 acreIUa e
stocked pond100 FSBO Kensingto Costs Assistance on
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office. 4" x Mf sweet m plan. new flooring,R a
water deep well. Total s and siding 1650 1 transaction. 3 I
electric home, dual sqft. 904-220-4993
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Mobile Home on acre A 904-476-1214 Patio enclosed ydfpIc, fre n enedyar, washer 4 w/drm,remodlIt, N/s only. 904.8388054 Itexlst Brokersnnwelncome
with deep well & septic JCP-3/2.5, 1 car gar TH, w/AC, autougarage, cpt, lawn svc Incid. /dryer. $500mo0+dp. w/appl. Great country
w tank. $ C32, 000 For Lease or Opt. to Buy. 3 miles from NAS$1200. Walk to A rated elem 210-8736 PCS. living in town II $1150mo + ICW-Female. non
912281.4824, $1315Fo mo. 6t3931 Lawn care provided, no schi, $1395 + sec dep -8sec dep. Available Nov 15 smoker, 2 share New
91228mo2731 pets. For info716.966 Call 992-8097 ORANGE PARK 4/3 (904)374-9913 2/2 gated condo. Near Office Space
A w KReno ICW-3/2. 1500sf, w/d, /2700sqftalrg ackS Coaepu. Unrity For Rent
92 2 20Refrigerator/Freezer 4Houses tile/new cpt, $1250m. 793 X yrd, plus o ffice WESTSIDE 3/2 ch/a new 0 m to beach.
S ATLANTIC CAPITAL i /ceaker cu 4 Unfrnished Port wie space, 2 car garage carpet $650 + dep $4or 8m904-708-551-399035 1,000f
STAINLESS STLAPP 2 ATANTI t AL ATTENTION GE-500Dishwasher 420 Unfurnised Port W L. 46510458 S .904r carpe34 $65 +or o808551-3990 Phills Hwy frontage.
A 9 S-l N I irW JJI$75,OWhlrlApool washer S75. -"N ICW INDIAN SPRINGS 3/2, 15 0/mo. 904 68-618 Phillps Hwy frontage.
CALL (94 2 -9 ---, 0io, el1dit, 0[ E...OP75.wt waher s75 lass A space.
i GE Electric stove AMELIA ISLAND -Ocean 2 car ar, 1800sf, exc Orange Park Westside 3/2 Fresh OPS 32+ut +ep 86 parking spaces.
MIC:|l;sal8lill[etU Come and See Avondale's self-cleaning $150. view, 4/4, CH&A 3 car area, $1250mo 219-6817 488 Sunstoned paint, new carpet, Call 612 6646 $9.9/f Can be divided
Own a new home for less Rehab Draw Up Front Most Prestigious Riverfront Call 269-1478 gar, $1500mo 3-7012 3/2.5 1496sf $1095 large fenced lot, 3 ral e Park/ 6646$9.95/ ean ro
then rent owner will No Pre- Pay Penalties Highrise Rental Community milTestoRbasesOrange Parkc/bCo. 3Sandealor
fince.Call Sandy @ *No Junk Fees Spacious to3Bedrooms MANDARIN Amelia Island TH $1100 lake $1195mo. year (904)730-8060 $900mo plus deposit Ar eForest
695-2255 *36 Hour Closings Avail. Breathtaking Views of 2/2 all amenities 2/2.5w/loft Water ft od, Call 221-2280 Orane Park Full Service Executive f
SHighest% LTV St. Johns & Downtown. Free Os.536-7916$825mo.. + sec. 247IC 5311 W new house 4/2, 90 William Penn Westslde 3/2 Fresh non-smker Offices & Suites fur-
'=141,Malle No Money Down Covered Parking. Heating & Mandarn BaSrtramPk. 0f -'920s.appi C.e Short 4/20sf,$950 oner Fat Se Ofice Sutlver-
Mand nen Shouse 4/2,.3/21500$0ait, new carpet, roommates to share st
YurJob is y credit. 100% Financing Air InCled in Rent, Swimming New 2/2 near Hospit A NEW HOME term avail. $1600m + Large fenced backyard <|harre fenced lot, 3 3/2 house. n520m" sed prime Unlver-
or' overlooking the River! nA 00 U p.Calla904-866-.431 FEDERATED MGMT ROUP es to base newly renovated pro
MH.Can Sany aend rTet a $1 85mo. 333-1034 All Areas. Call388 1208 LAKEWOOD2/ (904)730-8060 $900mo plus deposit (904)631-5664 fesslonal building. 24
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phone 695-2255 o e e3946 St Johns Ave($ N'side 2/2.5 New ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT RM, FPLC Updated, LAK OOC H mo Orange park2
OAAHOE PA GEA04.(904) 384-61S5 Townhome SCREENED PATIO, LG BKYD. + dep. 737-31491Harbor Islandr nWestside 3/2 women seeking Ute Emepowse rmn V &
LAND HOME PACKAGE 9 7 0 cm r Cutonmeblinds, all REF REQUIRED $995778-2897 Lakewood 3/2 $1108mo 14Bayside Drie nice pool home roommate es 6+no Etrfurise aZone. Vanu-
SSAVINGS! 912571142 A le Lakeworch 2 cargar $ 1,995 mo 9040sf273$1w/ard close to pets.98 806-3316 ous sizes avail Janu
3/2$DoubleWide w c o-/-y--sary 1st. 561-512-7432
onoh .25aresthet 61st S 564-1574 $1650mo. 221-0634yard c ARL2/1ye C himney Stove 3/2 & 11301 Lake Mandarin Cr E -3/2 f cudesacFEDERATEDMGMT GROUP NA. utils. 904Ava7775955il 12/1wntwn, conf rm
o2 Dace oe t aIncl.$100om you! Ne rno r Cross Timbers Ct. Call 737-2542 (904) 73-8060$1100mo. $1000 deo, WSde-Roommates
Middleburg. / Keystone. License OR reeritesds.net 1960sf cul-de-sa $1 m. w/Pool, 2500sf. PABLO Dyo904-810 wanted nice home, MANDARIN-4 rm offIce
$980 Down. $595 Mo. Lender # LI0d00547767 A 912-322.2sfex mo/$ 0dep. 607-0377 mMAND.d/ 2 PnA B A o 904-803-1336 pets ok,$500m + dep The Benton Roofing
CSaveThousandl9 SC IA 3715 Leewood Ln 4/2.5 lakeRUN 4 BR,3 BA fpOR Westside 2 4-6765 bldg on 1-295 262-7663
Call 291-ST2733 S 6AVIN8985 4 9 wGS 912-576ws1142 A rseo3e wenc.porh2dcarI gar $1,995 mo904-273, 0125 8061 WellbeckreROronr P hll Ho ac e
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LAND -N -HOME Bnkrcy Self EMPnvest&4BeroomHomes FEDERAL GMT ROUP ONTE VEDRA BEACH FEDERATEDMGMTGROUP to trans Co 35ofesson Realtor
mDuvalnd OK. Mark94-233-4231Becent, bbcourt.1800Park Mand-1400s,3/22 -3/2, across from (90 4)738 060 $300mo Ca 384-2631 Greatlotc. Confa Recep
llSof FUa. aand OSE Ga AVOtd artin2Ave. $975mo. 505-9488-0709 Ca oolse $875 ar. $1195m0. 3562 Sawgrass Mail, pool, & Prkg Call 476-8242
ST. MARYS, -Osprey Ground fr 294-4668 Crabalforincentives Barazon Ct. 868-3381ease. $1150 5610 728-5827 Westside W387-1804 440 acaton
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OR newSao 2 Astlan Bc De4 sAvo. 3-t632 A2/ Lehu, re 1/1.5/11044sf $800 lawn care incid $1200 (904) 730-r060 irecept area. 612-4501un
MARIETTA New land/ Aan r waterfront oBeach DuplDD URG savings to OCEANFRONT JAX BCH & refrig, W/D fenced FEDERATED MGMT GROUP 273-4356 465-0705r
home package close to 32 bonuss. Newyou ANewly renovrg, lux yrd. Call 641-3961 (904)730-8060 2 WestsldenearNAS 45 B ooms nierI o
375town 4/2 read for u roof plumbing. Remod- 3/2granSSappm. w/d982- ..o 1 0 SAN MARCO cozyr 3/1, b utwls 3 abe 707-7523 No financing. 982e8481
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like new 3K dn$300 Propertesprovded SE2/o ARL INGTON 3/2 w/fa MANDARIN 4/2 2 car arROUTESALE.
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Great cash on cash very nice, ideal for r sm51 br/4.5ba Seauy Realty bd-7456 SOUTHS /1, CHA, Paka $200 elen I es
MIDEria H4/2 O esN return. 206-235-4452 all for Appt.00 mov& Details seniors, 750m 278-d,0811 EnD.I Cn, e $77cano. 904687-4962 0+sf e /425 WestsideSmmerca uNts or orro
Rec Areas, Bridal Trals d nc 102 $90 744-2060 5376290 $1275mo, owner/agentd nc 10200 /2 Call 904-449-4724 $2000mo. $2700/mo Plum Lake m currently leased. For Rent
c477-42 L INVESTOR SPECIAL HUNTER' RUN S ORTEA VENETIAN 3/2 Arinton 3 bed- 904-262-3061 www.leasedluxury.com 6778 Plum Lake Drve N
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2ar8 o e 0Aparmn.ts bS.DEoH 103rd, nm $l995mo. -14-3 EWPOATSECfrs, f 3/2952 m og3rt 52 c ar Queens HArborTN FDRT MGMT GRU MN0 Businesses Terms. 910-7584
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S Ig cabi f el.lst o ss rshed 410 GCondominiums t nI c/ arport/garage, 5 carrlngo n V a $100 deposit cable 2laWssA space.
3/2 f+ ver acrestin 420Houses UnfurniCashedow new St. Johns Town PALENCA new ated t eway OPOAKLEAF oundom s T. JOHNS CO.-2/2.5 TH a TV NO PETS.Neotate 86 arking spaces.
S per month. Cntr.$1250m.47652NDALEbr/ba 3/2, pro furn & decor Ren 129 155swimmng pool Mandarinnewerhome www Glen58 MacKenzie Circle rent. 0381SHOP25 n REAL ESTATE
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Call Mr. Bradley MH 4/2 Roowww.ncer-homes.net BEAUTIFUL r 1100$1100/monthly + 3/2/2. $1200mo $1200 s 47091 Meggs 942343652 ston Sanderson,9
orAltamaha291-3100 i Wanted to Rent water view MMN$1550+dep deposit234 3652 dep. 12408 Richards Queens arborw/Poo FEDERATED MGMT GROUP EXTREMELY NICE prv Co. 35-222 Realtor
S AOffering SOacious Call 815-2457293 Glen Ct. 904-859-0498 2900+sfd4br/3ba ()730-8060 entprlv bafrig, cwv,
SAVEfTHOUSANDS 9ao768-3324 607-8745 1 & 2BR's & 2 Pools AVONDALE All new Free Dec. $2700/mo World Golf Village ac/heat, 30rn 3049 Salon/Retail Space for
Land Home Package 2 urnshed Bn o STARTING AT 4 Po5 Inside, 3/1, ch/a $ cp MANDARIN newly renovm+dp. wweq easedluxury.com 1319 Ardmore aICWria v home w/pool, P An -SPaonRMDalorn
3/2small Doubdrm house, 2 CloseRent all app, w/d, utshopping, 2/2 fpl, w/d 1 c gar, home, $ m. 4724 Rd 3/2$1500all To/Waterfront/sle of dy or retail offieS
Misocelaeospd $42dad. 1ons ps okers cY, 3 nc Sv a1 l| pcpn h72s tori Mrd #3 53/ 2/12 9wkr J$STPm R +A Ready orE Retailic
acresInJacksonville. 385Miscellaneous FCCJ & Downtown! $1100mo Call285-1164 at 268,3500 Queens Harbor w Pool FEDERATED M de Incl utl Call space. Aval Jan 1,
$900 Down. $595 Mo. _CALL NOWI1387-2933 BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME 3600sf 5br/4ba (904) 730-68060 73-?65 374-3008.
CALL a 10 ope0dfpeeptional Dec 1.
n 0 n Grove 2/2, IN PONTE VEDRA MORANGEDARIN -T's 2/2.5 Dec. Free $200/mo Wsde-3/2, Fenced back ORANGE PI prv bath,
CF&NAS2BRDUPLEX newlyrenov allDamen 4/4,bonusrm.3cargar, & 3/2.5, aood areas, www.leasedluxury.com yard,$9O0mo +dep. gE Po. ul prl bt. 9-
Avi 9 405 o i Es il*90 4 i|  783-3333
SETUPON RES NEWTN TILFEND $1100+ut.904-19-0709 oo w/poolservce $875&$92 219-0316 (904)807-0910 287-1316/449-4031 rt 831-1300 WW.RO.COM
4edroom2 Bathroom REF REQUIRED $595778-2897 $3200mo + dep. Avail $600mo Call 993-4453
W APVB 2/2SOAKS fplakevieweNow Ph; 904-10-5199 MAND-Brand New 2/2 RIVERSIDE -3/2, CH&A, 'SIDE-brand new 3/2.5-
SPForcAPARTMENTSure. 2U6-9672 or 264-6805 ARGYLE GCS&LAKEASBURY 8365w/m or 904-710-8638 TH. Gated comm.pool, /r2eat conda0mo.tnhecI/eec rn
Lare_______._3d Bedrooms amen. $995m. 716-6270 all appl In Idw/d. Over 2548 Phyllis St. 744-2442 eg 904-662-60 free cbl/elec Startin
ave or Sello onLL os $1075. 669-472 from $125/wk. 465-1770
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SMicrme sh Ivw 3 nc51 Mand-Cute 3/2,1 car 3/1 eautfuly renov. Free Appraisal with a closed loan. with benefits
2rApp/2Day ng Value More Than 100K to ocean $700 $500.off 1st Full mo JULINGTOCEEK Dr First Time HOme Buyers Okay
ST. MARYS, GA -Osprey Ground fir 294-4668 Crabapple Cove Ct. S. F hort term lease. $1150 561-302-6200 $6508387-18040Vacation/
Cove lot 398 corner o ndale Cottage a mx Beach/The Palms PVB -Ocean rove2122sf4br/2ba 98mo. 904-386-9926 R e Construton
red Cedar & Osprey Cir 543 Charles Pinckney BcRTO Oakleaf 4/2 2150 dancing 580 middle score
$129,900 firm. Call stopjaxforedosure.com lbr/lba,$875mo, 1/1 + loft, $10Omo. $1500m. DecFree 2WSIDENRO.P.2BRIBA x8'&FreezertruckKD
$129,900firm.904-476-1214 Newlyrenov568-8837 www.easediuxurycore 1527 Mddleburgne B$1400m. Appliances SMALLCOTTAE, QUIET programs
9OWNR FINANCING BY r(904)807-0910 1937Apk: Drive included. Joan 374-3005 REF REQ. $595/MO.778,2897 OCEAN FRONT CONDO, pacilgell as .
PRVSouth Jax Koger Business Area 473 Crabapple Court Drive North 3104HN. Myle Ave. commercial 'a 910 U ,,r homo nlv 4
2/1900sf$625 3/2/21410sf $895 1203 Caage St. Augustine $39 n9 -44
Brand new unts 1st me n Jacksonvlle. Tmoven. $1095mo 1stmonth free DeerCreekatth 1125 BruceANMARCOW'sde-reduced3/2r. 3 1.5 9006-9644
S net.entire 100 units are for Sie room 2700 Secret Harbor G PWillsdon 1 H e H rCCeSS
$10Kobo. 3 7 N te&rou mrooertiesn pets ok. 307-63122AvenuesMal (904)730-8060 20432Dunsford Terrace totally refurb, new cpt, oldcity.com/oceanfront Profitable Coin LaundrY
$ oWsb.n3e1 L0o 9IaR2 stot 4/2/2se763sf $1125 /2 1821sfa$250 850 ak Leaf-Rd. '3 i 57s PIOritgaCge
avail Po2rdt OK R'slde Waterfront 3000sf. $2100/mo MIDDLEBURG -Rentto FEDERATEDMGMTGROUPVAILAO BCH Ocean w/dryfod dry-clean
877.267-6139 2b./I 5b w/d, sec. prkg, December is FREEI own New brick, 4/2/2. (904) 30-8060 YULEEkNEWCONSTRUCTION Vfront2/2 6wk. cl service. Mayporty$90K.
375 Farms/ lease. $1200m 982-7383 www.leasedluxury.com Avail now $1180/mo 4BR 2BA, 2008SF, Sec Sys, utils & cable 707-7523 No financing. 982.8481
Units(904)807-0910 $239,900 904-2344316 SAN MARCO cozy 3/1 Sprinkler Sys Nconvecton SOUTHSce Lot 90-46-0256 Bsiness
AcreageRealEstateSa~lCoveSt.JohnsTbonus rm hwd firs. fen Large Screened Patio.
390 Wan ed I, beautiful view. E. Arl, 4/3 $ISSOmo. 3gar. NISSAN Xterra '00.120K yd. ch/a, $850349.4457 All Appliances, Master Commercial/ SALON & SPA-OP Must.
DeaeenuTract NO SIe $935mo. 635-8888 lawn svc, lana nrKernan ml, well maint, best Bath with Garden Tub, 500 Industrial sell, owner relocating.
ATTENTION INVESTORSII mi crowave. Complex offer from NRTSDE & /At avanow. 223fY1997 offer. 631-2351 s A, 20k. 887 482.
Savannah. Acess & ANGELO BUYS NORTHWETs se. ZLoced /s l29s f 95 l -Sac.$856 C Gareit For Sa 82-2030 Cele
front age on 195. A HOUSES CASH Available. 707n9192 Neps uI2/2, newappi EARL split3/2, grt rm FP N'SIDE -2/1 new every-Call529-5629 C 25- 1 o
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builders & deveoe Any cond, handyman, NORTHSIDE cet, steps to oo. s deck.en,20car4a $610UD only 673,619 SOUTHSIDE -2/1, remod, BYERS PROPERTIES INC. 10737BNEW KINGS ROAD Serious only.
Callers & m- damaged$e91.283 Bp.398-e!929 de 0 42-3743only67-1 $725m.+ d e p.-BUSINESS CENTER Financing available.
distressed, vacant or S_"I, $99 Deposit SpInaln SAN MARCO 2/1, For Rent East Hampton N'SIDE 3/1, Like New 730-0024 "Ironwood" Subo. 9 R 8- 8- 8
occupied ANYWHERE No Alicaton Feel 2043 Dunsford Ter. Free 3851f br4.ba $750m+dep.Builtin 3. CGG or 81-880-981
Jacksonville FL ANY CONDITION... $2700/mo Dec. Free Segue Realty ratm-7456 SOUTHSDE 3/1CHanagementgroup.co&A, P www.ERADAN,$ONES.com2000 Excellent investment
FALL LAND SALE Apts/comm'l/residential CTLL7SI-1510 Ntrpool$650.641-6219 www0leased.uxry/ Enice hood, close to 904-237-8519 Must Sell 904-634-4220
Equestrian Homesites TOO SMALL II Special $99.00 moves Efficiency, Furnished, $E0ne.42sManufactured tsorBor end
StAcrtine Rat $139JustAcross Ocean, w/d.CH CLUB NA I BCHn new$ remod w/hd firs0282-5038 MauatuewmentsI
Starting at $139,90m Quick closings or you Inu scnw.EbeS'side ( BayMe'adows Homes shopping strip 1000 SF
Lakefront HomesItes restrictions apply. CALL (904) 240411 9r hse in Loften Pt. N'side-853l Howell Dr. &9A) 2 story home each. Located in Mac- #1 Bankrupts & Foreclo-
Startingsat$199,900 Petcan Pointe 96369 Piedmont Dr. 3/2, fenced back yard, 4/2.5 5mintomail,
Private Gated Community 904- 813- 2 $1200+util917-81712 3br/2ba enny on busy SR 121 sure Bal Loans. No
904-757-8742 SOUTHSIDE -2/2di2nd fir,e$n20v+ u in91 /25 carpet $775mo. 10amin to beach. RTO / Mobile Home, w/d near 1-10. Each unit credit scores. 725- 6127
RecAreas,BridallTrailsSANMARCO lc w/dI nc10200 Ca 904-449-4724 $2000mo. 866-9555 hkup, shed, rmin- currently leased.
Won't Last at These PriceslT 3&BRS all 333-8083 New Const,1800sfrw/d N'side Eagles Hammock S'slde 3/2.S TN w/gar utesfromNASOP Seiu ,nure only 100% FINANCING
1-877-JRC-LAND We want to buy CALL 398-9492 Gardner ic. $1000mo. 4/2 2 car agarnew, app new 1500sf, gated. poo Mall, no pets, $650 plus $250,000. CalI Bnkrpc *,Self EMP, Invest
FloddaLand&Ranches any area.1 SOUTHSIDE-II vinagio. Call 949-355-3220 25mo.422-8053 $300mo. 904-502-607 deposit. 904534.490 904-613-7759 or233-4231
partceorcondtion SAN MARCO -2/1, Beautlful new 3/2, HamtonPark NSRENT2OWN -No S'SIDECH&A WDh. up.
C Now 350-9529 1500+sf, dw, wd con itecountertops,
LAND FOR totheskypropei-ties~com 993-130gar or fp c,$1000 $1250/mo220-0410 p wsd dt21 .'cF banks.iBadcreditok. garage. len jra. rpra AS LOW AS SSOO.O DOWN &4n AveN 50V'x125".
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R..Boe 2new-1574 sde atedoo, $1500/moDec.F reoctedn HawkBrens Cv dI
6eWESTSIDE -2/2, w/d hkwww.easedluxury.com $1200m+dep. of2 lotedn Hawkins Cvt lease opt Bob 334 ,01 4
MELROSE, FL -42 ac others $625 219-0316 S'SIDE 3/2 Move In SeI! H$1250mo. 904-221-5020 water & garbage ICi. 5 Indusi
cleared w/ beautiful W'side-Gregory West New 4br, 2300sf. $1450 OAILEAF S'side St. Nich area totally, 962 99eal
oaks remaining and a 2 Apartments unit. Near Avenues & Info call: 916-479-3626 PLANTATION renovated 3/1, $950mo W'SIDE SW very clean.
ac pond, many extras Holiday Savinasi 195. Storage, poolmV dgyc a No n c nopets.5 p 1 7 C L
52-478-1106/9380 y or Kell Call forPdetails. 777-5581 extras. $1200. 673-5588 2812 Sheep Head $1600 619-640-1986 S'slde Waterleaf New $ FOREST .3500sf blog, visityut,
Real Estate 4/2/2 1845sf $1125 over 3000sf, 4/2.5, all e.nedOCCC2o do.
MITCHELL CO. A- 219 W'SIDE Newly renov 1 & S'slde Baitram Pk 3/2.5 Call for Incentives OAKLEAF-TH, /2.5/1, apple, $1900m. 422-8053 427 Mobile Home c- 1213-33i33 we
McHELLaCO.dA 219 for Rent 2 Br's on Ortega River. lcgar $1325m. 1st month FEDERATED MGMT GROUP great loc. Gated commST.AUG.OCFR 421 Lot ReEtals
naturalnwoods &e food fonictr p(904)730-8060a$1000mo.874-8009 S3Bd/2Bth $1650+ Lng-A UA00sbft.$650- dep. INVESTOR NEEDED.20%
plots,deer & turkeyForu nApartmentsmgonrP 1/2olic 3/4-562tT5
more Info. &Call ood- Fur, nr$60 9 4-423 Move g 2 gt . Home for Rent. TermCNoSmk/Pets ARLINGTON la .l 3962 or 4039668 Rern money secured
mre& G Furnished Move In Special 3BD/BA 1600sf Golf Comm 4/2., email@example.com lotonlciywaer.
229-888-2418 4aApartments W'SIDE off 103rd, nice $995 mo. 1-3693 It W/WATER ST. AUGUSTINE Terms. 910-7584
410 Condominiums 2br, ch&a, $575/mo, LVIEWPOOLSCREEN" "mrBusinesses T
MOUNTAIN CABINS 412 Retirement nci waterl614-7294 St. Johns Co. CR 210 EDPATIO,FENCED OCEANWAY .4'3 branao 4Now 4301t 507 Forsale
Nestled in the mtns of Communities 4 o i Brand New 994-861-4097 BORHOOD%.$1050.g EMAIL ...-Lr, i...e r.-,,-3L. C JAPANESERestforsae. 605 Schools
acre tracts starting 4Houses Unfurished gs r n iOPR,,OAKLEAF Jbr nomes ST. JOHNS CO. -2/2.5 TH, p Arlington pea- In high traffic W'sIde loc.,
1-7 acrnsuf ured 3/2 brand new end unit avail now, from Wj> room 2fbath Make Offer. 904,710-8897
price $9ss Awr eew Hom AVONDALE3br/lba Private. $1145m 403-9221. .. HousepFor Rent $1295-$1550264-1425 W54-63G2 wimminRpool,
travel & overnight ws Homes duplex, $750/mo Call n Oak Leaf Planta- r e k 6ST. N slit utinties MACHINE SHOP in R
/purchase 828-25!- 1004 i42vMob, e Home Lots 407.859-6444 for details W'stde 3/2.5 brand new Ition 3/2 1750 sqft --Ora. Equally, 1 month N. Central FL, 10,00sq ft
430Roommates never lved in, 1 car new construction, / leaf Plantation CoS/2m deposit. p.o.c. Robert Building all Equipment. 1 Week Day Class Dec 5
NASSAU CO. MH 4/2, 435Rooms to Rent AVONDALE Riverfront gar. $1100mo. 866-2948 Clay County Schools J,9 4/2/2, 1750sf, Megg9234-3652 aw 8 Week Eve Class Jan 9
ca2/2.5. fplc spectacular $1190/mo. 904,291-8243 r community Clints c Fnen500. Super Instrcin
ch/a, 2.5t a c fncd 40Beach/Vacation/ view $1650472-9642 W'slde Brand new 3/2, 904-962-9985 ammenities included, Vilano 4br/3.Sba beach Atl Bch/Mayport 3/2 TN Companies. 1.7M/nllon. www nmyf"eLcom
bckydk Resorts appi mnclclose to grades, avail112/1, home brand new!!!Hw NoSmoker(Pets $400 GPN 51% NPM10%, No (904) 269-2555
bckyd, beautiful oak 44Storage/Mini- BAYMEADOWS/ A, everything.$825mw422-8053 ICW/GIrvin 3/2, new cpt (904)4062992$1175 firs, fen' pt m.+1/2 utIs635-1971 Brokers.352-538-2896 FIoridaReal Estate Instit.
904-266-2738/334:8426 Lockers -2/2, gated coy8prkg,95t,;_.g9_4_6,,_241VI'nOragarPancaccess 100-away, per-
ODUM, GA -65ac, nr Services Baymeadows/9A gated d IWInda ng4 283 Harvest Moon rampIawn main incid
Altamaha River. (Jesup, 455Wanted to Rent water view 3/2 Move In newly remod. fncd yd, FEDERATED MGMT GROUP $1399m.'904-687-4962
2y special$1395$1400m, 1st & last. (904)739-8060 VILANO BCH Beachfront
or 912-586-245BAYMEADOWS/SS3/2. o r42-61/42 16 3/2, all apple. 2 decks,3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINTNG
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Needed for (1)
21mo. old child. exp
prefd, but not req'd
also clean large home,
cooking & laundry St.
Mary's, GA. area.
Jovencita para llmplar y
concinar free room.
Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Aviation Ser-
vices Group company)
world's largest FBO and
aviation support net-
work has an immedi-
ate opening for a full
time Customer Service
have valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/
GED and flexible
dates must pass drug
screen, 10 year back-
ground check.$9./hr to
start. Apply In person
before 9/25 :
Signature Flight Support
1470 Yonge Drive
An Equal Opportunity
Fifty seat, 24X7 Inbound
medical call center
seeks Customer Ser-
vice /Team supervi-
sors. All shifts. 3-5
years of previous call
center experience pre-
ferred with supervi-
sory responsibility of
up to 25 agents. Heavy
telephone work. We
offer a competitive
salary, health, dental,
life and disability
Insurance and 401K.
Please email your
resume along with
salary requirements to
TAX PREPARERS NEEDED
$11+/HR. Taxwise Soft-
ware exp helpful. Call
904 434- 2677/220-1040
WFM- a national mtg
lender is looking for
eople inour area to
e loan gofcers. No exp
necessary, we will
train, Gd pay with
4 Year degree or
equiv business exp
req. Resp Include
G/L account recon-
Email resume to Rob
Best at Rbest@
flarock.com, or fax to
Rock Industries is an
OP CPA firm. PT, some
Fax resume to 269-2551
BOOKKEEPER FULL TIME
strong computer skills.
Knowledge of Great
Plains and degree
preferred. Fax resume to
For local Real Estate
include; all accounting
& payroll manage
physical office & staff.
Salary $28K to start,
other opportunities for
Email resume to
KEEPER -FT. perm.
Must have 2yrs exp
preparing tax returns
or public. Knowledge
of acctg & tax laws and
Quickbooks exp a plus.
NS, Busy Westslde
office provides paid
vacations & benefits.
Fax resume & salary req
to Mary 693-3373.
or email mlrlO40@aol.com
Seasonal, 2yrs exp.
preparing indiv. tax
returns for public.
Knowledge of tax laws,
computer skills, busy
Fax resume to Mary
Growing Co. needs Short
Haul & Regional Drivers.
Be your own boss.
You control your home
time. Earn big $$$
weekly. No money?
No credit? No problem!
Own your own truck.
welcomed. CDL & 2yrs
18wheelerexp. is req'd.
or Andy 800- 726-8780
$1000 Sign on
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
8Co. starting pay
O/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
S$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
800-723-3424 for info
Make $500 to
$800 per week.
Beaches, St Aug and
Call 493-5222 ask for
DRIVERS BV&B hiring
CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
region, home nights &
wknds. 904- 358-1322.
Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
2 yrs food deliver exp.
req $9.25/hr. review
after 3mo's bring MVR if
DRIVERS- W A N T E D
Various routes $7 & up
You can earn
$800 -$1100 next and
every week. & still be
home weekends. Must
have CDL A & mostly
clean 3 yr MVR..
Clean MVR, 2yrs exp.
Call 904289 7000
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
-Exp'd & reliable.
Pay by the load +
bonus plan. Excellent
benefits. Apply 8160
Baymeadows Way, W.
Suite 300 EOE
*** Home ***
Every Day *-
$45k $55k potential
5 days week
Home after every shift -
Vacation & Cobra neg.
Up to $3k bonus for exp
Local Jacksonville Area
Fuel Tanker Night Shifts
CDL A w/X endorse.
3 years T/T experience
Clean criminal report
3 points or less on MVR
If you rieet these
Call 866/443-8383 X2
Leader in the transpor-
tation industry needs a
Class A Driver to make
daily JAX to S.C run.
Exp. with military
freight, forklift, loading
& unloading trucks.
pref. Must be able to lift
100 Ibs. Must pass drug
test & background
check before hire. Exc.
pay & benefits. EOE. Fax
resume & current DMV
report to 213-404-0903
or email to jaxre-
Must have a Clean
MVR .Current class B
CDL with DOT card.
vacation, pd holidays,
401K, health and
10439 Alta Drive
ROLL OFF DRIVERS Exp'd
Class A or B license
F/T, good bnfts 786-5503
SEASONAL DRIVER -For
the Salvation Army
Angel Tree/ Kettle
position for heavy
co.ust have class A
CDL, & exp with 9-11
axle load. Exc pay with
comm & benefits. M-F
some OT Apply in per-
son nationwide equip-
ment 11950 New Kings
Rd N Jax
w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $Shr. Apply
in person at The Parts
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400 Drug Free wkplc
CHENEY BROTHERS, INC
NOW HIRING JACKSONVILLE
CDL A DRIVERS
South Florida's fastest growing food service
distributor is seeking local route drivers
in Duval, Clay, St. John & Nassau Counties to
deliver groceries and food service products to
restaurants, hotels & other retail customers.
Must have clean driving record and Great cus-
tomer service skills. Earn up to $45,000 yearly
earning potential with complete benefit package
including health insurance and matching 401K
Fax resume to: Dir. Of Recruitment (561)
845-4705 Email resume to: michellee@
Download Application www.cheneybrothers.com
LOOKING FOR TOP PAY PLUS FUEL
We are seeking qualified Owner/Operators for
contract to work with Trailer Bridge direct.
Based out of Jacksonville, FL our contractors are
running primarily in the southeast, allowing for
excellent miles with quality home time.
This is not a seasonal contract, but rather an
opportunity for consistent miles year round.
*Class A CDL with Haz/Mat endorsement
*Min 2 yrs exp w/no more than 3 moving
violations in 3 yrs
*No DUI or reckless driving convictions
Contact: Trailer Bridge Recruiting @
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Comeom e .
This unique opportunity offers the
No operational costs
Administration support and assistance
Access to additional clients while
continuing to service existing clients g
Ability to provide propriety products
Call Today! 904-786-6665
'Additional terms and conditions apply. No guarantee of
employment Most offices are independently owned and
operated. For additional locations, call 1-800-234-1040.
710 I Industrial/
a growing site contrac-
tor/ road builder, in the
Jax area seeks exp'd:
SFinish Grader Operators
'Curb Machine Operators
'Curb & Sidewalk Spe-
SFuel Lube Techs
SDump Truck Drivers
Competitive Salaries &
Wages, excellent ben-
efits. Please fax resume
to HR @ (904) 726-5991
or call (904) 726-5990
AUTO GLASS INSTALL-
ERS EXP great pay plus
bonus. Must have
owner vehicle 475-0666
a leader in the manu-
facture and construc-
tion of marinas, seeks a
Manager for our Cal-
lahan Florida Drystack
operation, to direct &
equipment, and sub-
contractors for mul-
tiple projects, prepar-
ing daily reports &
change orders, sched-
uling, safety adminis-
relations, & supervis-
includes a strong
background in steel
construction and light
gauge metal building
Travel is required. B.A.
Degree with minimum
of 5 years experience
OR equiv. exp. & ed
skills & travel are also
rirquired. Send resume
& cover letter to
.corn or HR BMI Corp
PO Box 8, Bellingham,
WA. 98227. Co. info. &
job description avail-
able at www.belling-
Multi -family cabinet &
for Jacksonville area.
Exp a must. Earn
$1500. -$3000. per wk.
Call Paul 904-838-2791.
CABINET SHOP Exp'd
help 5 years plus
preferred, bench, lami-
nate, finishing, machine
730-5004 ext 7
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759 2875
LEAD POSITIONS avail
with residential FRAM-
ING exp. Transp. a
MUST. 40 hrs/wk. Top
pay! Call John 219-6921
for Resid framing.
Sub crews OK. 993-1111
LEAD FRAMERS. Benefits
Great Pay, Lots of work.
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits,
paid holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
CARPENTERS with inte-
rior trim exp & own
904-864-6684 EOE DFWP
for 3rd Shift Mainte-
nance Crew. Must have
5 years exp. Pay ranges
from $16.96 plus
.26-shift diff. We are an
EECC, Drug free work-
glace. 401K, Health/
tions. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, 6640
CR 218, Maxville, FL
32234 or fax resume to
with crew. Must have a
9 man crew. Hrly rates.
Fast growing Concrete
Company is seeking
individual with all
supervisory skills, from
layout to completion.
Knowledge of struc-
tural concrete a must.
Starting salary $75,000
plus benefits. Send
Replies to: BM 9298420
C/O The Florida Times
-Union, One Riverside
Ave., Jacksonville, FL
GC firm is seeking gen-
eral superintendents, 3
pos avlbi, and estima-
or/ coordinator in Jax,
FL & Townsend, GA for
commercial multi- dis-
cipline projects. Com-
etitive salary & excel-
ent benefits. EOE Fax
resume 904- 928-2091
DOCK BUILDERS WANTED
Exp & trans a must.
Good pay. All positions
Boasso America a leader
in the intermodal
industry needs com-
pany drivers. Must
have Class (A) CDL with
(X) endorsement, min. 1
yr. driving exp.
Regional operations -
home most nights. Pay
loading and unloading.
Updated fleet with 2006
Model Tractors. Com-
pany benefits include
eaith ins., 401k plan,
paid vacation, paid
applicants apply at
1827 E. 30th Street,
Jacksonville, FL 32206,
DRYWALL FRAMERS &
HANGERS Group ins. Pd,
hols, vac 401K. DFWP.
Apply Fickling Brothers
1703 Lamberth St.
DRYWALL FRAMERS, HANG-
ERS & FINISHERS Com-
mercial, by the hr. 757- 7333
man/touch -up needed.
Must be exp' d & have
DRYWALL SPRAY Person
& touch up tech needed
exp'd only. Must have
valid DL. Call Mon-Fri
after 8:30am 272- 0879
wanted for project
Pay based on
fax to 850-478-9687
for Blount Island project.
Veterans encouraged to
apply. Start $10.50.
Loader operator for
grade crew. Great
dental, pd holidays,
pd Vac, 401K EOE
DFWP Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
ESTIMATOR for com-
mercial interior/ exte-
rior finish contractor.
All levels of exp will be
considered. Exp with
On Center Estimating
software a plus. Fax
resume to. Bill Sanford,
Inc. at 904-384-0198
A multi-state con-
struction company has
an immediate need for
a professional Field
Tech for our Jackson-
ville and Central FL ter-
ritory. Person should
possess min 3 yrs con-
tools, reliable vehicle.
public relations skills.
highly driven and
ability to multi-task.
Clean background and
drug-free a MUST!
Fax resume to Attn: Jerry
Carter (850) 222-2283
For in town projects.
Comm & ind. pipe, duct
& equip, exper. req'd.
Immediate work on
current projects. Need
dependable trans. Drug
Paint & Body shop,
Full TimeGood benefits.
PAINTER EXP'D NEEDED.
Must have transporta-
tion Call 384-6032
dental, pd holidays,
Vac. 401K EOE DFWP
10439 Alta Drive
PLASTERS & LABORERS
needed. Fla. & GA. Call
229-245 9791; 269-0215
PRINTERS- exc oppor-
tunities to help us grow
in tallahassee Florida.
We need patent binder
operators & a saddle
stitch operators with
several yrs exp. Exc pay
& benefits with relo-
catin assistance. Call
Lisa at Rose printing
Co, 850-325-6846 or
Fast growing Concrete
Company is seeking a
Project Manager. All
phases of concrete
Excellent salary and
Send Replies to: BM
9298466 C/O The Florida
Times -Union, One
Riverside Ave., Jack-
sonville, FL 32202
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288 0431
Roof Shinglers Needed
for out of town work
Exoierlenrc:. transp &
904 291 1972
SERVICE TECH AND FIELD
TECH. Holland Pump
Co. hiring for Pump
Service Tech and Field
Tech for delivery and
pick positions. CDL
Class A or B required.
Send resume to
/ HANDYMAN- EXP'D
Must have own trans.
STUCCO PUNCHOUT PERSON
needed. Exp only.
The best bargain
Industry seeks an
person for a Manage-
ment Trainee position.
Prefer 2-year degree.
We are an EECC. Drug
free workplace. 401K,
insurance, paid holi-
at Gilman Building
Products, 6640 CR 218,
Maxville, FL or fax
All positions. Design
Day & night shift. Pay
based on exp. Exp. not
req'd. Apply in person
btwn 10am -2pm DFWP.
Supplies, 11155 Philips
Parkway Dr. East
Busy law office has
immediate opening for
FT receptionist. Duties
phones, filing, sched-
Prior legal exp helpful.
Send resume to:
or fax 904-399-3377
firm has immediate
opening for experi-
w/excellent litigation &
computer skills. Send
resume to: dmahan@
colestone.com or fax
CAREER OP-CSR or
Agent Lid req'd. Busy
CSR LICENSED 440/220
FT or PT, Fax resume to
Exc. Bnfts; Palatka FL.
Responsible to build and
develop rehab /out-
patient & contracts
preferred. Sales exp,
particularly in health-
care services products
Keeton Corrections, Inc,
currently seeking E.P.S.
at Jacksonville facility.
Job requires Associ-
oates Degree or 2yrs
exp in vocational
placement or Human
Resources. NCIC back-
ground check, drug test
and valid driver lic req.
Benefits include health
and life ins, vac. hol,
401K. Apply in person,
2020 Dahlia Rd, Jax. FL
Fifty seat, 24X7 inbound
medical call center
seeks Customer Ser-
vice /Team supervi-
sors. All shifts. 3-5
years of previous call
center experience pre-
ferred with supervi-
sory responsibility of
up to 25 agents. Heavy
telephone work. We
offer a competitive
salary, health, dental,
life and disability
insurance and 401K.
Please e-mail your
resume along with
salary requirements to
GRAPHIC DESIGNER Exp.,
needed for ad agency.
Mac proficient. Pay
exp. Full benefits pkg
avail. Fax resume to
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610
Choose Success with
I Southern HealthCare /
We are looking for an
individual who has:
"A .proven track
record in the long
term care industry in
ability to drive cen-
sus and quality mix
for 13 facilities on the
east coast of FL
knowledge on how to
develop, train and
plans for optimal
census goals with
both internal and
nication and ana-
lytical skills "Ability
to travel overnight
This person will
report to the VP of
Managed Care in the
In return for your
ence and talent, we
offer a very com-
ion and benefits
package with a
growing and dynamic
Please email your
resume with a sum-
mary of what you can
bring to this position
along with salary
serving mentally ill
population in the
Great Salary, benefits.
CAP for FACT Program
serving mentally ill
population in the
Great Salary, benefits.
Sign on Bonus.
Now has the following
Part Time & Full Time
LPNs & CNAs Needed
Apply in person to
9960 Atrium Way or
fax resume to
Univ Blvd. Fax 730-2554
F/T for busy Allergy
Practice. Exp'd. Ability
to travel req. Fax
resume to 904- 646-7997
FRONT DESK OFFICE PT
or FT for busy chiro-
practic office. Must be
energetic and work
well with others. Fax
resume to 230-1040
FRONT DSK Mgr M.A.
w/10+ yrs exp. pre-
ferred FAX Pto:
MEDICAL ASST- for
S'side OBGYN office.
exp preferred. Fax
resume to 399-3436
neededfor Duval county
100+K/yr. Wound Care
Travel required. Send
t, fax 866-968-6339
NEED A CHANGE?
A wonderful opportunity
Is available at the
Naval Hospital & NACC
Kings Bay. Excellent
Holidays & MORE!
Fax: (888) 620-0092
at Naval Medical Clinic
Mayport FL. Ree. PTA
tive salary and sign-on
bonus, 36 paid days off,
insurance, 401k. FAX
r e s u m e 0 t o :
1-210-735 8648 or email
PROGRAM ASST- must
be a CNA. For adult day
care. Also need COOK.
Ph 425- 6991
RN for busy S'side Can-
cer Center. Detail ori-
ented & comp. exp. a +.
Prof. network exp. a +.
Fax resume to Laura
RN FT & PT Orange Park
Pain mgmt exp helpful.
No wknds, no shifts
Attn: Clinical Director CSC
Taylor Engineering, Inc., a growing coastal &
water resources engineering firm, seeks can-
didates for the following positions in its Jack-
sonville and West Palm Beach offices:
Civil Engineer 3+ yr exp. in waterfront/marina
design; site development; preparation of con-
struction plans & specs; construction observa-
H&H Engineer 0 to 10+ yr exp. in hydrology,
hydraulics, hydraulic structures, floodplain
Coastal Engineer M.S. in coastal/ocean engi-
neering. 3+ yr exp. in littoral processes & beach
nourlshment,numerical modeling, coastal
GIS Specialist 0 to 5yr exp. w/ ESRI GIS soft-
ware (Jacksonville or Tampa).
CAD Technician Exp. w/ AutoCAD or Micros-
tation to produce site layouts, construction
drawings, terrain models, volume calculations.
Environmental Scientist B.S. or higher in envi-
ronmental sciences or engineering. 3+ yrs exp.
In permitting, wetlands delineation, NEPA,
mitigation, WQ assessment/modeling.
All positions require proficiency In one or more
of the specified areas, good oral and written
communication skills. All include comprehen-
sive salary and benefits package. EOE.
Send cover letter and resume to: Human
Resources, Taylor Engineering Inc. 9000
Cypress Green Drive, Suite 200, Jacksonville, FL
Exp'd for progressive
Must be a self starter
with good communi-
cation skills. Excellent
benefits, 34 hr wk. Fax
resume to: 221-5194
practice. Must have
and organization skills.
Fax resume to 221-5194
New, modern, stream-
line design, first rate
Orthodontic office in
Orange Pk is looking for
a dynamic, profes-
sional Patient Coordi-
nator. FT comp. sal.
greeting patients, pro-
viding them with a high
level of patient cen-
tered care, pleasant
phone etiquette. Strong
dental/ orthodontic exp
desired good working
knowledge of MS office.
Email resume to
hiring for various
positions. Hiring in
Julington Crk 230-2828
Fleming Island 298.3938
St. Johns Forest 824-1100
Adjunct Inst w/ret bene-
fits. Disciplines Needed:
Math, Eng., Mgmt, Safety
& Psych.Must have
Masters deg w/18 sem.
hrs. in applied discipline.
Fax resume to Suzie
at 779-2344. ,
ASST FT salaried
position. Strong cleri-
cal, bkpg & oganiza-
tional skills req'd. Full
Enterprise North Florida
Corp. 4905 Belfort Rd,
Ste 110, Jax Fl 32256 Fax
EXEC. SECRETARY FT
for busy Doctor. Typing,
computer skills &
organization a must
Bnft. Fax 904- 346-0887
OFFICE CLERK Pest Con-
trol Co. Basic ofc skills.
Good bnfts. 771-5566
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Our TEAM is in search of
an ENERGETIC person.
PROFICIENT in Excel,
Word, & ACT with Basic
Acct a must. EXPERI-
ENCE in flooring, blinds,
& draperies a plus! Fax
HAIR STYLIST & NAIL
TECH W/EXP. RECEPT/
ASST Booth Rental.
Blow Out Salon384-5605
PT & FT positions.
Please apply,in person:
6050 Youngerman Cir.
at 1-295 & Blanding Blvd
Bartenders, Waitstaff &
Apply in person
at Stadium Club
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
is now hiring for all
positions. Please apply
after 2pm at 3033
Monument Rd. 645-5162
DANCERS, DOORSTAFF, &
No nudity, no exp nec.
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Day/Night shifts avail.
Biggest showbars in Jax!
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
EXP'D GRILL COOK,
MAKER & CLEAN-U.P
FT/PT, no nights or
voice, Apply min person
9am-9pm M-Sat. 1500
Airport Rd.Next to
FRY COOKS -Exp. &
dependable. Good pay
SERVERS All shifts.
4553 120th St. 908-4202
is currently hiring for the
*FRONT DESK CLERK
Please apply in person
or fax resume to:
904. 296- 3450
4670 Salisbury Rd.
WE'RE ADDING OUR
4TH LOCATION IN
JAX- ORANGE PARKII
FUN AT WORK "
trailer onthe site
Our new location is:
1750 Wells Rd.
Between Oakes Rd &
Orange Park Mall
(next to Carrabba's)
To find out more
Miller's Ale House or
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
SERVER PT SS days,
$80-$100/day. Exp req.
Call aft 2pm 641-4877
with exp. Please apply
in person: Giovanni's,
1161 Beach Blvd. Jax,
9801 Beach Blvd.
737 Real Estate
SExp'd. Sought b? Title
ins. Co..Detail oriented,
self' starter. Fax/email
to (904) 280,8818 or
Sales experience req'd.
$25 -$50K + bnfts Aply
at Monahan Jewelers
619 Atla,'tic Blvd. Atl Bch
FT, PT, to work with
women on weight lose
program. Must be
highly energetic with
good people skills.
xp'd in sales, nutrition
& psychology helpful.
side call Cheryl
721-1553 Orange Park
call Becca 317-9775
and Ponte Vedra call
Immediate opening for
REPRESENTATIVE with a
products sales back-
ground in Jax area.
Daily, in-territory, and
travel is required.
allowances and other
(i.e., health, dental, life,
401(k), and more.
Promptly Send Replies
to:BM 9327219 C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Sales Person in home
experience a must.
Organized self starter,
potential. Please fax
resume to Custom
SLEEP RIGHT MATTRESS
Hiring highly motivated
pro. sales assoc. retail
sales exp pref. High
commission plus hr.
pay. HIth benfts avail.
d. vac. F/T, wknds
req'd. Call 904-814-3004
for immed. interview.
WORKFOK FOR THE
Careers in Sales, Drivers
and Day /nite Whse
Dade Paper Co. (BOLD)
4102-7 Bulls Bay Hwy or
fax resume to
Drug Screen, Bkgrnd
Ck Req for
all positions, MVR Req
for Driver & Sales
Exc. Bnfts; Palatka, FL.
Hiring exp. CAD Techni-
cian (As-Built exp pref)
& IM. Benefits incl. Vac,
hilth, dental, life. Call
Jason at 904-696-8840
with Exp. Offering
health, dental, pd
holidays, pd Vac,
401K Pay commen-
surate with exp. EOE
10439 Alta Drive
immediate opening for
a Warehouse foreman-
& sales. Experience
helpful- and for expe-
rience Window Install-
ers in the Jacksonville
area. Full time posi-
tions- good benefits.
Call 904-519-0803 for
seeking a full-time
Duties include but not
limited to: managing
organization of ware-
house and assisting at
Must have previous
skills and pass
test. No prior knowl-
edge of industry is
needed but is helpful.
Email resume to
D & G LIC'D SECURITY
OFFICERS U.S. Security
The largest employer of
former FBI agents in the
world has new career
mark LLC is expanding
services with new
accounts in. N, Florida
and Southern Georgia.
We have full time and
part time security
must be willing to work
some weekends /holi-
days. We offer an
package that includes:
matching 401(K), free
health insurance and
RX to all full-time
security officers, life
insurance, paid vaca-
tions, tuition reim-
numerous awards and
Applicants must be 21
years or older, have
H.S. Diploma or GED, Be
Drug Free, Have No
Criminal History. This is
an excellent opportu-
nity to start a career
with the country's
premier security pro-
vider. Apply: in person
6900 Southpoint Drive
Jax, FL 32216
or call 731-2060
CLASS D & G UP TO
F/T or P/T
Exp pref'd but not
req'd. We offer paid
vacations. 401K, and
Full and Part Time
$8.50/hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
openings for Security
Officer and Security
Supervisors in the Fer-
nandina Beach area.
Free Life Insurance
H/S Diploma /GED, valid
driver's license and
security license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must.
WORK JAX EVENTS Get
Paldl CSC. the event
management leader, is
hiring energetic indi-
viduals. Class D lic
prreferred, but we will
aIn. Must be 18 or
oLder. Call today
904-630-4012. EOE. Lic.
We train, no exp nec
make $300-$600 /wk
DIR. OF CHURCH MUSIC
Keystone Heights UMC,
FT, Traditional &
Music degree or related
exp. Email resume to:
Fire & Safety Eqpt.
Sales exp. helpful
Good pay/bnfts. Call
INFANT & TODDLER
& VAN DRIVER
openings FT & PT
$6-$9./hr, 3 locations.
LAUNDRY TECHS &
HOUSEKEEPERS -FT &
PT. Rotating shifts and
days. DFWP EOE on bus
MAINTENANCE 10-15 +
hrs /wk permanent.
$15/hr. Call 363-9077
MAINTENANCE TECH -
Fortune 500 Comp
seeks tech to perform
highly skilled work in
install, repair and maint
of commercial food
and related equipment,
appliances and build-
ing systems. Will per-
form routine lubrica-
tion, testing, and
preventative maint. 2
yrs exp in commercial
food equip and
completion of appren
trnq program in elec.
refrig, plumb or equiv
required. HVAC and
desired. Send resume
to HR MGR at
904/732-5178 or apply
in person at 2124
Knights Lane E, Bldg 5
Leaders to help build &
train winning team
Professional image &
strong ppl skills
$600/wk pot. 733-9421
PEST CONTROL TECH
Good benefits. Exp
preferred. Call 771-5566
PET CARE SPECIALIST
Pet World. 262-4646
10400 San Jose Blvd.
POOL MAINT- with
exper. & good driving
record. Call 726-0971
Sunburst Pool Inc.
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technical assistance to
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ADD 1 MASSAGE DAILY
Best recipe 4 relaxation
Great Christmas Gift.
In/out, all areas MM16389
1975 Wells Rd. OP. 272-9115
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
922 Collectables and
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
DINING RM TBL. Duncan
Phyfe style dbl ped.
Mahog inlay 45" x 89"
w/leaf. Good cond.
Pd.$1800 Ask $1500 OBO
Formal China Hutch
With buffet dining
table with six
chairs and leaf.
New condition, excel-
lent but. 233-1931
4 GEelectric30" free-
L tronc timer and
white,exc cond. $150.
269-1478 Before 8pm
SGE Electric 30"
timer and clock.
$150. Call 269 1478
? KENMORE STACK-
KENMABLE WASHER AND
S Two years old
works great, can deliver
904- 994- 0100
4. KENMORE WASHER
/ AND DRYER
\1/less than two years
old. Can deliver
$350. 904` 994` 0100
4 Maytag Neptune
S Stack Unit
never used, didn't
fit space. Sells for
$1999. Will take $1400
SHAPE, CAN DELIVER,
$280. CALL 904- 994. 0100
Almond, side by
side, 24 cubic feet.
Has ice maker. Call
729-7218. Leave mes-
4 Washer & Dryer
Good condition $50
tl( for both. Call
c. 2001 Dakota Quad
Scab bodyguard bed
liner will help you
904 594- 6373
S4 Factory 18 in.
S Mercedes Benz
c? 4-Sale Toy Cars
|Trucks, Tonkas etc.
Old Country Rock
other 33'va 1960s
blue mod. tone
depress. glass dishes
4 Tires Ford Ranger
14 in $40' Stereo
floor speakers $60;
Alum wheels off
'99 Camry $ 100 obo.
4 8MM Movie
4 25 gal Fish Tank w/
stand $35 8box tile
12x12 beige still in
4 Air Conditioner
S I 1 Yr old, Sears
904-641- 5059 excellent
SALE on name-brand
kidswear! Save 50-70%
OFF retail! Exclusive
TIME LIMITED offer!
Mention Discount Code:
for HUGE Savings!
i Craftsman Radial
Arm Saw-2 HP
1$100, Table saw
100, boys dresser
$35. Women's motor-
cycle jacket size 8 $25
4L CRAFTSMAN RIDER
starter and seli-
noid, worth $600 asking
$400. Ask about deliv-
Do You Have a Pool?
Are you going to
S build one? I
If the answer is yes,
please read this ad
carefully. I have all
the necessary pool
equipment you need. |
Filter, pump, lights, I
vacuum, heater and
state of the oart con-
trol that will allow
you to operate the
pool from inside the
house. If you already
/chifer that will solve
the problem and put
the water at a per-
fect temperature. All I
equipment is brand
new, never used, is
still in boxes. Make a
descent offer and it's
yours. For more info
Ask for Luis..-
ENT CENTER -Cherry,
Polk, fir spkrs, stereo
cab, patio table
extra Ig capacity w/d,
Total Gym XL HD
d Exercise Equipment
Cardio glide, $50,
Sand stepper $25.
4. Folding Stairway
S8'5" Pine, $55, fuse
it box main and 40
breakers square D
steel grey $100 384- 7909
a. For Sale -
| 8mm movie projector
& GE ELECTRIC STOVE
30" wide white
S really good.con-
dition $65 ask
ICE BOX -Antq & stereo,
CD, turntable, radio,
tape, both exc cond,
Best offer 269-1957
4? In. line Skates K2 soft
Sboot brand hardly
i1 used paid $120 selling
for 30.00 call 317-0973
SKenco broze window
13ea 36x48,2ea 26x48
S rollout with screens
frm 27x12 deck $500.00 OBO
4 Kenmore Refrigerator
washer $75,GE Elec-
tric Coil Range,self-clean-
ing,white $150 excellent
4? LadiesLeather Coat
Handbag size 12.
XI$100 Suede jacket
szl3 $55. Girls sz 10
Jean Jacket boutique
L. EAF NET COVER for
Xi ? ':'3:.J-', .:r J..i 4.:?"
L LIL' TYKE PLAY
HOUSE i-4,) 00
/C A L L 14 .6761
4 Oak Table & Hutch
With six chairs.
tion $1000 262-1290
PINBALL MACHINE -
Bally "Mystic" $550.
4, Power wheels car
.| Fisherprice Two
I speeds and reverse 3
Sbatterues and charger
incld $70. 904-641-5059
4? Radio Controlled
Firebird XL elec plane,
VL new fuselage & radio,
extra batteryHow to
video, $75.00. 269-1478
4? SAFE SMALL FLOOR
I $100,clarinet $100,
- dorm fridge $40,
paint ball gun $50.
g Sleeping Bags (5)
$30 For all, upright
x vacuum $20, boy's
bike 20" $10, VCR
player $30 with remote
Storage unit 10x20.
wood floor well built
SSURF BOARD 10' 4"
3 Stringer, clear, tri
fin, rozo custom
made $395. Good
sp TIres new mounted &
balanced P235 70R17,
DynaPro 4e $130. ea
For Ford F150 6ft
bed, 6mo old, exc
cond. $100. 542-0958
VACUUM Kirby G4 with
accessories $350. Also
DR tbl w/4 chairs, $200.
Call 535-4653 aft 10am
WATER SOFTENER (3)
Kinetico K-2000, (1)
Brine tank $1000 obo.
(New) All sizes,
-- $2.00 each. Call
r 24, 2005 21
METAL BLDGS (2)
1-(150x80x12) Both in
good shape, lOyrs old.
Will take down &
deliver. Also 2 Free
Standing Coolers for
sale. James 904-545-6569
METAL FRAME BLDG.
100'x 100', $10,000. Call
Workstation / Cubicles
Herman Miller 8' x8'
With Pedestal & Overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
922A & Jewelry
Diamond Ring Wedding
Set, white gold, 2.63ct,
Total wght, Marquis
solitare 1.77ct, clarity
SI-1, color HI,
appraised @ $32,000,
asking $12,000 obo.
Must sell. 718-3252
SEA SHELLS -100's of
shells, very rare, rare,
never displayed, col-
lected by divers
Pacific. Conus, Glo-
-the- seas) Cyprea -
Cowrie). Murex Pele.
Just to name 3. Will
trade all or an antique
grandmother or grandfa-
her tall clock. Moon face
S 8MM Movie
S Bose 501's
And two Bose
cubes w/bass module
$300 xcond. Great
o Car Subwoofer and
Amp 10" sub in
L tube. No box
70Wx2 amp. Excellent
condition $95. 882-5267
4 RCA 19" TV
5 years old, $50.
S Call 904-334-8554
Saturn '01, Green,
SSW, all extras, 27k
1.0miles, $7000, new
100% financing if
eligible. Call Lt
SSony Wega 36" TV
tion. Complete with
SSubwoofer & Amp
10" Sub in tube, no
4 box needed.
Crossfire 70w x 2
Amp, excellent condi-
tion $100. Call 882-5267
4 T.V. 19' Panasonic
Color, xcond, $40,
I Pioneer, receiver
amp, xcond $25.
529-9630 after 5pm
CITRUS FRUIT U-PICK
navels, satsuma. Switz.
287-2726 or 707-7913
GLAZED CHERRIES &
PINEAPPLES -For baking:
Also pecans. Reason-
able prices. 387-9277
Heaters- 2 wall mounted -
propane. Very rea- "
ARL -6524 Brademere
Rd. N. Sat 9-2, Santa
Suit, many others.
4 ATLANTIC BEACH
MOVING -1317 May-
S port Landing Circle.
Sat 11/5 Sun 11/6 &
Sat 11/12 & Sun 11/13 Fum,
clothes, toys, exercise
equip, backyard swing,
futon, cmptr desks,
numerous HH items,
o gear,books,pictures &
kichware,etc. Sat 8-4p
8211 Kensington Square.
4? Dog Kennel
kL porter. Large 36" L x
$15. 00 Call 278-1952
ICW-3830 Luth Dr. E., Sm
blue rocker recliner &
other great stuff. Fri
4 MOVING SALE!
i C $275. Playhouse $100.
Fish tank & stand $100,
twin boy bed, prim colors
w/slide tent area w/
mattress $200. Call 534-2514
A Multi Family Sale
T Fri/Sat 8:00-2:00
rl abClothing baby
items toys & more.
110 Oakwood Ct.
O.P. MISC ITEMS
HH items, 1339 Bay-
hill Blvd. Sat 9-4. so.
off Blanding, L. on
Bargain Hunters Galore
This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting @
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
LAWN TRACTOR -John
Deere L120 Series,
Briggs & Stratton eng, .,
20hp, wide cut w/grass
collector & fertilzer
attachment, $2500 obo "
LAWN TRACTOR MUST
SELL PRICE REDUCED
John Deere L120 Series.
Brlggs & Stralton eng. "
2Ohp. wide cut w/grass
collector & fert!l ier
price $2800 asking
$2000 obo 779-9730
4 Mower, 4HP, 22"
rear bagger. $75,
SlSears gas edger
S$85, Accordion 120
Base deluxe, misc
building supplies. Make
955 Household '
4? Antique Butterfly -
Leaf Trestle table,
perf. cond. $350.
4 Bassinette new in ,
Bed, BLOW OUT
Low Overhead=U Save
Must sell Today!!
Twin Sets $79-195
Queen Sets $135-$395
King Sets $250 -$495
Memory Foam close out
334-8573 or 5057941
Bedr- A Brand Name
Queen Pillow Top matt.
set new w/warr. Sac
$170. Can del 858-9350
Bed- Brand new King
Luxury Pillow Top mat
set w/warr. Must sell
$190. Can del. 398-5200
Bed -Full mattress & box "
set new In plastic $110.
Can deliver. 391-0015
Bed Beautiful temp-
pedic mem. foam matt
w/10 yr warr. $250. Can
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $99 King $140
em. Foam From $260
BED -A Queen Ortoho-
pedic matt. set, new
w/warr. $99. Can
BED-Qn. Sleep Number 2
by Select comfort 1/2
SB ED Queen,
S matching dresser "
and mirror excel-
lent condition. Buy
$600. was $1800. Call
22 JaAlUr NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, November 24, 2005
SBedroom 4Pc Set $298
l% Fall Clearance!
3 Pc Queen Bed $19-
5 P Oak Dinette $199
2 PC Sofa&Chair Frorr$29
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$99a
VCR's From $1l
20" Color TV's From $75
4 Drawer Chests $6CE
Beds- 2 twin Jenny Lind
Style Dresser w/hutch,
night stand & bedding
BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. Pillow Top In
Plastic $200 (904) 674- 0405
S plush 7'/x12' $80;
I-lounge chairs with
cushions $20; sump
pump. New $70.
room Suite For
j $400. Oak. new.
Please call for
COMPUTER DESK Broy-
hill 4'Wx7'H, all wood.
exc cond. $250 910- 0397
k 1 w/burgandy floral
Sprint. Priced to sell.
$150 OBO. 264.3486
1|1Rod Iron kitchen
table set $350 large
wicker chair $175. all/
| w/ ottoman $750.
l I )Large wicker chair
t $175. all obo.
a Curio cabinets.
SOak, mirror & glass.
SI Lg Is 7' x3' small is
S 3' x 3' $250 for pair.
Entire Kitchen, nat. mpl
cab. w/pull out shelving;
Matching Isl, gran.
Cooktop, Bosch D/nW
S/S Refrig, Micro, Bit-in
oven 2 Nat. mpl bath
mrbl sink, Jullngton
Creek Plant. 406-5564
$50. Call 705-8601
LOVESEAT cream Ithr,
4x4 south western plc,
2 end tables, 350 for all
obo good cond.
MATTR -& box sprgs,
kng sz, Simmons, 6
nights, pd $1000, sell for
Moving Sale. DR Set,
Kids BR Set, dressers
Kit. Dinette. 829-6880
Oak Table W/4
Chairs. 48" diam.
with 24" extension,
perfect cond. $435
Twin Mattress $15
Pet taxi $15; Golf
4 clubs and bags $20;
Car stereo amp/
subwoofer $95. Call
STwo each Mattress
Sets $75.One set &
b $50 for the other.
W/D -Whirlpool, lyr old,
$600. Walnut bkcs &
cabinet $100, Glass top
DR suite w/4 fabric chrs
+ buffet $ 700. Sable
stone kit counter with
lower cabinets $1200
White Oak DR set. Glass
top table & 6 chrs $350.
Glass Front lghted cIna
hutch & lower cab
$200ea. Oak game table
& 4 chairs $250. Sofa
60 & Tools
4 Craftsman Radial
Arm Saw 2.5 HP,
4 $100. table saw
$100, boys dresser
$35. Women's Motor-
cycle Jacket size 8, $25.
FONTAINE LOWBOY '05
Hyd. det. Pony mtr 55ton
25' Well $49.Sk 3704443
Li Ufe size Yoda Star
Wars episode III
incredible detail 29"
TRANSFER BENCH adij
legs walker w/whis,
quad cane. 379-3702
Piano with bench seat
EPIHPONE SG red w/
strap, stand, cord &
case. $250 obo 389 0253
Great gift Idea, quality
teacher. All ages,
exc cond 982-5168
ARTIC CAT 500 (4x4) '05
New cond Comes w/
(5x8) Drive on TrIr. $6900
6-speed, used one
time, $200. Phone
Body Solid Total Gym.
Compact design, like
new. $325. 422-7849
Bowflex with leg
Body by Jake Ab Scis-
sor $100 .912- 573-1294 or
Bushnell "Legend" BIn-
oculars- in Mossy Oak
camo pattern 8x26,
new in box, never used.
P90 ($130 value). Ideal
for hunting, bird ing.
Great Christmas gift.
Price firm serious calls
only, 287-9729 or leave
msg at 287- 0917
Ducks Unlimited Rgalnsut
Gore -Tex, Advantage
Parker. Like-new. Top
has detachable insu-
lated liner jacket for
cold weather warmth.
$225 ($400 value). Per-
fect for all cold, wet
hunting. Great Christ-
mas gift. Price firm,
serious calls only,
287.9729 or leave msg
Internal Frame, camo,
fleece, many pockets,
new w/tags, $50; Camo
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
4 GOLF CLUBS
Top flight irons
3-SW $150 1,3,7
$150, powerbulit, driv-
ers 1,3,5 woods $120.
Golf Clubs Taylor Made
R-580 driver, 9.5 degree,
RH, S.flex original Tay-
lor Made Ultralite shaft
w/original and great
grip good condition,
Great Christmas gift.
Call 287-9729, leave msg
Pool Tables New
Huge Carved $1895 All
Maple No Formica. 1/2
Price Today 334-8573
Remington .22-250 Rifle
Centerfire, new, 200
round cases @ $110
($200 value). Price firm,
serious calls only,
287-9729 or leave msg
Boots- Size 9/2 Mossy
Oak camo pattern, 400
grain Thinsulate insu-
lation, 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
RIFLE Automatic, Bel-
aium Browning 270,
black diamond, $150.
Treadmill like new $150.
Ping Pong table set,
$65. Call 783-4647
4 X-mas Sale Golf
shadow boxes $20.
Iron sets, wood
sets, single clubs
balls, accessories. Call
Walt 778 9167 Save $$$
12'x6' Enclosed Utility
Trailer w/LAWN equip-
ment. $4000. 725-4177
TRAILER -& ladders for
sale. 5x10 trir, used for
holders. trimmer hold-
ers, (3), brand new
spare tire, shovel
holders, asking $550.
24ft fiberglass ladder,
Pd $350, sell for $150.
holding 14ft ladder.
asking $50. Painters
ladder $20. 291-9498 ask for
Paul. v name and number
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services
1010 Pet's &
OP Mall 278-6800
l ettop, wooden base
Cabinet and top
filters, rocks, and more
$225 firm. 904-269-2192
BASSET HOUND PUPS
AKC, 2M/3F, HC, $300
Cash. After 2p. 214-9564
BASSETT HOUNDS -AKC,
8wks, 4m, 3f, HC, POP,
C AKC Beagle spayed
4 female lyr. Free.Needs
I fenced yard. No small
Bird, Nanday Parrot w/
nice cage. $250.
Boston Terrier male pups
CKC.black & white,shots,
Boston Terrier pups-
Boxer puppies AKC/CKC
Fawn $500, Flashy Fawn
Boxer Puppies AKC
Flashy, Brindle & White.
Born 10/10/05. $500
BOXER PUPS AKC,
males & females.
CANARY OR FINCHES
must see serious inq.
only $200 obo. 838-4034
BRITTANY PUPS IN TIME
FOR CHRISTMAS. AKC.
FEMALES $500; MALES
$400 CALL 630-2526
Cavalier King Charles
Ready by Christmas.
CHIHUAHUAS AKC. S&W,
M&F. HC. Exp'd Breeder
w/refers. Well Social-
(white) pups 219-0974
DACHSHUND -mini, blk &
bik/tan, red, HC, CKC
DACHSHUND PUPS Mini,
AKC/CKC. Long & Short
hair. $400+. 386 364,8345
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
-AKC, ch sired, $1250.
FREE to good hm 4mo
inside male kittens
FREETO GOOD HOME
adorable Basset good
German Shep. Pups AKC
2 litters born, pure
White and black & tan
JACK RUSSELL Pups Reg
$175ea. Dachshund Pup
reg $325, 912-729-3543
LAB -Pups AKC, born
9/17, S&W, HC, M/F,
Parents on Premises,
LAB Pups AKC reg. M/ F
yellow, chocolate, bik,
350. Call 386-963.4932
LAB PUPS AKC S&W HC
M/F, all colors, ready
Xmas eve, 737-4539
Silver. S/W. POP
Will email photos.
pups. M only.BIk $350.
Cream $490. 706-556-0504
LABS (2) 10mo. M/yel.
lab & a 6m. old bik fern.
Fixed, papers. 838-8412
4, Macaw- Blue and
Sold, two years old,
X with cage and toys
$1000 OBO 477- 7341
Mastiff AKC M, 3yr, great
Min Pin pups CKC,
2 fern. $350. ma $300
591-4447 or 777-8385
PEKE PUPS CKC 1 girl, 4
boys, POP, ready 12/18
$500904, 964 -5435 Starke
Pug/ Pekingese mix-
designer puppies. Sm,
cute $425. 504-9633
PUG- 4 fawn fern. 1 blk
fern 2 fawn m, AKC,
$600 491-1946 Iv msg
Pup Clearanceli Cocker
Poodle, Schnauzer $349
iG $375 & more. 710-7645
Puppies Mixed Breed
cute, 14 weeks, females
red, s/w $60. 845-7547
Y ADORABLE Y
PUPPY SALE I!
Pet World 262-4646
RAGG DOLL KITTENS
before Christmas, shots
& papers CFA cert. $400
Ready Dec 1st, 4F/2M,
blk w/white markings,
SHIH-TZU AKC PUPPIES
Ready 11/23. 291-9430
/ 612-2099 / 614-8764
2 sets, 1 fem., 1 neu-
tered male, 2 males, 1
female, cages & bond-
ing pouches included.
Need to keep sets
together. Copper cage
YORKIE -Beautiful tiny
AKC, bik/tan parents
only weigh 4 Ibs,Bwks,
M, $800 291-9603
YORKIE. POM STUDSERVICE
Very tiny, 3 lbs, $200
389-8859 or 686-5831
YORKIE PUPS Home grwn
Ready 12/1. 762-0444
Yorkles-3F, AKC, 8wks.
18FT BOSTON WHEELER
Montauk, 90hp w/trlr.
$7500. Call 891-6639
4 2000 Triton
loaded $14,800 OBO
4 22' MAKO 224
115 hp, t-top, trim
tabs, lowrance elec-
tronics, live well, lots
Alumaweld 15' boat,
trailer is 18',comes with
trolling motor 25 hp
Yamaha and all equip-
ment. $3500. call John
1215 Boat Dockage &
1220 Marine Equipment
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1335$2000 or Less
1350 Misc. Auto
BASS BOAT, Merc. mtr
w/trlr hitch. $1100obo.
Jennifer at 374-8740
Buick Regal '00
SMarine 18ft in/out
_L board new engine
HP190 trailer gal-
$13000 Great condition
4 Kawasaki STX750
S Jet Ski '98
| With trailer. Runs
great. Looks new.
Asking $2500 OBO. Call
"The Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440
11 ISBoat Dockage
2J- & Rentals
HARBORTOWN 50' SLIP
Available long term.
1 e200 RV's &
'96 Southwind 35' w/
slide exc cond 22K mi
loaded $44K 386-467-8026
4, 2001 Diesel
/ Mountain Aire
4 Motorhome 40' two
slides full point
every option 31k Mi
$149K trades consid-
2005 Caviler 28'
sleeps 4, all appliances
21' Allegro R.V. Low
J new Dec. 1989, gen
roof air, extras.
Call for appointment
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
MALLARD TT '06, 18ft.
asking $14,100. Must
sell 282.1484; 716-7755
NOMAD SKYLINER 29'
'99, tandem axle, priv
owner, $6500 obo
4 Trail Lite 03-Travel
Trailer 26ft w/slideout.
Very clean only used a
few times. Kept under
S18' BAYLINER '0S
Runabout & Trailer,
K Seats 8, Mercury I/0
135hp, new, less than
25hrs. TSN. ULpgrades.$8500.
WBig Dog 2002,L107cub.
,candy apple redcust
2Kmls. Must sell
904-881- 2613/904- 509- 9290
BMW K1200 LTC -'03, blk,
exc cond. extras Ilk
mi, fact warr till 3/06,
3k ml, $15,000 207.2585
4, HONDA 2003
/ 1CR250R 2-.stroke
exhaust ramp and
riding gear,$3500 obo,
HONDA SHADOW ACE 750
'03. Excellent cond very
low miles, must sell this
week $4975. 389-7700
Aero 750 2005
L all extras, war-
ranty until June
1300 Motorcycles 1325 Automotive
HONDA V45 MAGNA '83 Dodge 1500 '01
1 owner, exc cond. 13400 Quad S/bed silver
mi. $2750. 904 483-0229 tJ/excellent cond. 5.2L
auto A/C 2WD 92k
Motorcycle Helmet sports pkg $9850 0BO
byTHH full face 904-277.4673
I with vents, metal-
lic burgundy, near Ill414 l-
excellent condition, $25. Reestablish your credit
904. 725. 0009 $0 down, $299 mo.
4L SUZUKI 2001- COGGIN PONTIAC
Black and Silver Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
GSKR 1000, many DODGE NEON 05.4d, very
extras,$6500 obo, low mi, need to sell fast
Call 904-233-2804 $99mo wac. 338-1055
Dodge Spirit '95 Clean,New
SSuzuki Intruder '99. trans;runs great $1200-
800cc $32000bo. Pontiac Gran Prix '93, 4dr,
\ Call Kenny VG cond, alloy wheels $1600
H-375-0663 or -Ford Aerostar '93
C 5605-4758 dependable & strong, minor
YAMAHA V.STAR 650cc eioileak $1000 obo 59. 9763
YAMAHA V.STAR 650cc d Sl b mSELLI5
'00 exc cond, oar kept MUSTSELL
$3200. 502-0312 64 4026 EAGLE TALON ESI '95 new
4 Yamaha YZF-60R paint, exc cond. STD 5.
02-9k mi, runs great, W $2500obo 264 2909
must sell. $3500 FERRARI F355 1997
970-201-6974 F355 Berlinetta, 31k mi. Mint
cond. $69,788 371-4728
1310 Auto Parrts FORD ESCORT '01
"Four New TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Truck/SUV Tires, FORD ESCORT '03
S pass/65 R17, 60K St#F435 $8988
on mli Continental TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Contitrac, $275, call
904-219-6765, 714-4466. FORD MUSTANG '02
Convertible. Fully loaded,
STres(4).LT235/75R immac cond, cleanest in
1 oGoodyear town, must sell now
0 Workhorse. Extra $10,975. Call 389-7700
grip radial. Good
used truck tires. $130 n[ni];lJ;lJl-iI>.-
278-1952 Bad credit OK. $389mo,
TRANSMISSIONS Rebuilt. $0 dn. COGGIN PONTIAC
Starting 0 $389 Free tow Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
In house financing avail. Four New Truck/
2723544/888 420.3880 s U V T i r e s
Bla P255/65R17 60,000
0 Antiques/ i. Continental
132u naic Contitrac $275 Call
Classics 219-6765 or 714-4466
Chevy 3 Corvette "79 Red, N GEO Prizm 1995
L82Stlngray96kmI,$8200 .Very clean, cold
ob.-1860 jAC, AT, runs, needs
Auboje y km19 ootrans repair. Call
FORD EXPLORER- '02, 278-7966 after 6:00pm.
79k mi, gd cond. 4dr, Asking $1300 OBO
V6, at, $10,500 obo 838-1860 o Geo Prizm 96'
Very Clean body,
1325 Automotive 5lJ great condition,
engine needs trans
work, runs good, gas
1995 Saturn car. $1200. 904-278-74966
S4 Dr. looks good, 1[.],7.i[il$1il
gas, meanew Import headquarter of wk
tires, $00obo COGGIN PONTIAC
904- 249- 5261 Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Acura Legend SE '95- HONDA CIVIC -'99 blk,
immaculate, low miles, 4dr. 54k mi, exc cond,
Ask $6500. 382-9528 $7900 268-0917
ACURA RL 3.5-'00. 1 !]:,1117-Tl 'TJ [,I*'4Y
ower, low mi, 22,587 mi,. Sporty, great on gas,
$18k. 543-0589 10a-4p loaded. $4990
BMW 2cl I COGGIN PONTIAC
BMW 325cic 1995 Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Auto, very nice Cony.
$12,988 371-4728 Honda Civic EX Coupe
B 2'98-103k ml, 5spd,
BMW 3251A 2005 whitegood cond.$5800
Auto, Prem Pkg $29,488 obo. Call 945-8965
371-4728 INFINITI 130T white, '98,
BMW 5251A 2002 61K mi, exc cond, $7500.
Auto, pre pkg, only 33k mi. obo Call 641-8979
Certified $29,98 JEEP Grand Cherokee
371-4728 Lid ,-1'4 ii par ,un
BMW 5251A 2003 Auto. *r& .hr $6;9'" 233 661 I
Premium pkg, Xenons. LEXUS ES300 '01
Certified $30,788371-4728 -i.t,''2 1 i -
BMW 528 -'88, AT, YOM BUSH AUTOPLEL 311-4817
$2100. Lexus ESJOO 02 Loaded
Call 463-2323 I c..E.r,ira:[ '.2arr
BMW 645cI 2004 $22.500 o bo 571I 62E I
Very Sporty $59,788 LEXUS LS430 2004
371-4728 uLir.r ia. rii..1, ii,-.. L':.-A-.
BMW 645c1c 2004 Loaded, $49,988 371-4728
lik ew SARR
llke new $7201
BMW 7401L '00-Exc
oaded. $23,900. 221-1750
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 2001
Very rare, loaded $26,788
BMW X5 3.01, '03
BIk/tan Ithr, 41k ml.
loaded, $29.SK 363-0022
BUICK LASABRE 97'
obo. Ask for Bob.
BUICK LESABRE '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BUICK PARK AVENUE '99
Retired teacher, loaded
exc cond, below book
$6500 Call 641-6484
BUICK SKYLARK -'92, AT,
CADILLAC -'87, like new,
orig owner, 67k mi,
Ride in style! $17,990
CHEVY CORVETTE -'97,
red, glass top, 24,300mi,
new air & tires, $22,500
CHEVY IMPALA '04. Very
low mi, must sell fast
$210 mo wac. 338-1055
CHEVY Malibu LS '99, AT
AC PW new tires xxnice
$3750 obo 234-6611
CHEVY MALIBU LS '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY MALIBU MAXX
'05. Outstanding condi-
tion, fully loaded, priced
to sell $12,975. 389-7700
4 Chevy Sllverado EXT
1995 diesel 69 000
miles, custom con-
seatsloaded, 904- 993-3185
,Must See, Must Sell
CHEVY SILVERADO -'86,
orig owner, 69k ml, exc
red convertible, well
904- 771 4298
DODGE' 01 4door, vey
clean, low miles, sel
fast $9995. 338-1055
LINC CARTIER T/C '03
Dk Gry vinyl top -
silver in/out MINT &
LOADED 38K mi -
still under warranty.
PRICE SAYS IT ALL!
$22K. Way below KBB.
Serious buyers only
Mazda Miata '93
Accident drivers side,
rebuild or parts. Strong
engine, new water
pump, alternator $500
4 Mercedes C 230
S '05 Kompressor
I 30k mi. Pristine!
PCS orders $25,000
OBO 6-spd sunroof
leather CD silver
MERCEDES CLK 430 2001
Auto, Loaded, Nice Car
I MERCEDES CLS55
-'06. silver/ ash Ithr,
2100mi, save $4k vs.
Value Plus. $2990
MERCURY COUGAR '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Mercury Grand
t 1 $3775. V8, 4.6L,
auto rwd, 116,500+
miles, med. blue, one
owner, garage kept,
runs-looks great clean
904- 282- 0848
MERCURY GR MARQU '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SMini '73 Innocent
1001 Freshly rebuilt
t 1293cc Cooper "S"
spec engine. Lots of
new parts. Joshua
24mpg $4000 OBO.
S DIAMANTE '95
tL | 6-Disc, green,
MITSUBISHI GALANT ES
*00. Low miles. $4995.
Call now! 338-1055
NISSAN SENTRA '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Previous owner heart
OLDS INTRIGUE '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Oldsmobile Aurora '01-
White w/tan Ithr.Fully
equip.80k mi. Spotless.
TRANS AM '02. Very low
miles, immaculate cond,
loaded, priced for quick
sale $18,975. 389 7700
PONTIAC GRAND AM '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GT '00, Ithr loaded exc
cond, $5900 992-9197
SATURN SC2 '99
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 SATURN SL2 '99-
120K warrty, good
<|Jcond, $3200 obo.
TOYOTA CAMRY -'90,
131k mi, $2300 obo
TOYOTA CAMRY -LE,
'94, Immac, Mich tires,
TOYOTA COROLLA '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA COROLLA S '01
Very low miles. $6995.
Call now! 338-1055
TOYOTA COROLLA '03.
Excellent cond, loaded,
priced for immediate
sale $9745. Call 389-7700
Volkswagon Beetle '99
Needs repair-good title.
GLS '01, silver/blk,
S auto, sunroof, cold
ac, asking $10,900
obo 55kmi 710-1254
VOLVO S40 '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VW PASSAT WAGON '01
Turbo 35kml, ext. warr.
$14,500obo. 904. 521-1005
1335 $2000 or Less
ACURA LEGEND -LS, '94,
runs great, 4dr cold ac
Sw, pi, snrf, $2500
FORD CROWN VIC -'96,
white, 4dr. cloth seats,
8cyl, 130k mli runs
reat, good cond, $1000
firm. 241-5842 608-6592
Ford Escort '98-4dr,
cold AC, 5spd, new tires
$199 DOWN NOWI
RIDE TODAY E. 1 & UP
FOR FAST APPROVAL
"J4. 5.p S1700
1335 $2000 or Less
1985 auto runs
S %good $650 obo
SATURN SL1 '99. Great
shape, must sell this
week, need cash $1945.
TOYOTA Cressida '87,
sunroof, new battery,
$800. Call 535-7162
4 12' Trampoline.Only
used 6 months. Some
V Rust, no holes Or
missing springs, extra
pad. $60 215-7371
CADILLAC ESCALADE '04
2X white, chrome whis,
28kmi, 1st $31,700.
Room to spare $12,990
Mo I IAT lKIN ,AW Y1M
4dr. Goes anywhere, a
must see $8990
CHEVY BLAZER '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY COLORADO '05
Crew Cab. Immaculate
fully loaded. Must sell
now! $15,975. 389-7700
S 1/2 Ton, 1500
S|series, 1997,66k mi,
ATAC, white, SWB,
V6, Vortec, real nice.
Chevy Pickup V2ton
S1500 series 1997,
t| 66,000 miles AT, AC,
White SWB V6
Vortec, real nice
CHEVY S10 XCAB 00.Very
low miles, need to sell
fast $3995. 338-1055
CHEVY TAHOE -'01, LT,
fully loaded, bik,
Under priced bargain
4. DODGE DAKOTA
-'96, STD cab,
i truck, runs great,
alloy wheels, black
clean, truck box, $3000.
4 Dodge Ram 1500 2004
V | windows, toolbox.
sliver. $10,900 firm.
Dodge Ram 1500
S '04,V.6, Auto,
tool box. 47k miles
FACTORY WHEELS &
S 1RES-l Tiru,:
Hunter; Specil i5990
FORD EXCURSION 02
Die-el ioaoed ex-: cond
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600
4660-100 Soutiside Blvd. 565-4000
m I: =1T d =B
Fam size comfort $13,990
* ;* ]a I i-E'*I$(i4IUIs
The right place, the right
truck. COGGIN PONTIAC
FORD F150 97
Very low miles. $7995
FORD F150 XLT XCab '99
Vear low miles. $7995
Call now! 338-1055
FORD F150 XLT X-cab '93
2nd owner 5.8L 115 K
extras $4200. 880-8366
FORD F-250 -'00, super
cab, XLT diesel, 4x4,
FORD RANGER XLT XCAB
'94. Low miles. $2995.
Call now 338-1055
FORD T-BIRD -'95, V8,
Statement of Success
GMC ENVOY -'02, SLT,
fully loaded, black,
GMC Jimmy '00 SLT trim
pkg 53500 miles, Black
w/grey Ithr, exc cond,
GMC SIERRA Ext Cab SLT
'98. Excellent condition,
priced to sell this week.
6945. Call 389-7700
GMC SONOMA '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC YUKON DENALI XL
'04. TV/DVD, AWD,
immaculate, can finance
w/zero down. 389-7700
Hardly used. never abused
JEEP CHEROKEE '95
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Jeep Cherokee Sport '01
Clean 4x4 Auto Priv. One
Owner Call 631-9780
Jeep Rubicon '03-Sound
bar,2 tops,tow hitch,
JEEP WRANGLER '05.
Loaded, cony 4x4, AC, 3K
miles, immaculate must
sell fast $22,945.389- 7700
JEEP WRANGLER '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS RX300 '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-48TI7
NISSAN KING CAB '02.
Need to sell fast. Call
now! $10,988. 338-1055
NISSAN MURANO S
-'05, immac, pearl, 4k,
sacrifice $26k firm,
PONTIAC AZTEK '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN VUE '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI VITARA '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA RUNNER 4x4' 02
Need to sell $14,688 or
$210 mo wac. 338-1055
TOYOTA 4-RUNNER '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA 4-RUNNER '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 03
V6, low mi, Ithr, must
see. $20,888. 338,-1055
a. Toyota Prius
Hybrid '04 11,500
tl)miles, Pkg #4, side
air bags, gauge
kept, like new, white,
TOYOTA TACOMA '04 4dr
SR5, auto, low mi les
TOYOTA Tacoma '01, 62k
mi, CD, bdlner grt cond
$8900 Call 352-475 3476
TOYOTA TUNDRA '03 4x4
XCab. Very low ml, sell
fast $18,988. 338-1055
Several to choose
starting at $16,990
CHRYSLER LXI '96
T & C, MInivan,
Loaded, Dark Iris,
Leather, Dual A/C,
Tinted Windows, Gold
Edition, Cost $34K
Like New! $6,500 obo
A STEAL! 904' 529- 9850
1'4' L 2.1J-1;1
'03. Makes long trips
KIA SEDONA '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Mazda MPV
milesexc cond. $13,500
4 Nissan Quest Mini Van
ST XE. Very good cond.
All options except
TOYOTA Sienna '00, top
of the line, Ithr, VHS
tow pkg, $9,900. Call
693-2020 or 465-0023
TOYOTA SIENNA XLE' 04
very clean/lo mi $21,988
$239mo wac. 338-1055
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A weekly look at the automotive market
By Dan Scanlan
W ebster's dictionary says a
sedan is "an automobile'
with two or four doors, a
permanent rigid top, and a full-
sized rear seat."
But Webster's says a coupe is a
"tWo-door automobile with a body
smaller than that of a sedan."
So why is Mercedes-Benz calling
the CLS55 AMG a "four-door
Snickers about market-speak
aside, the CLS represents its new
interpretation of a four-door sedan
with a swoopy, coupe-like roofline,
built on an E-Class platform with
either a supercharged 469-horse-
power V-8 or a 302-hp V-8. And
while it is a sedan, it is actually
slotted in between the CLK-Class
and CL-Class coupes.
"We wanted to take this opportu-
nity to make an exclusive state-
ment in terms of style. So we sat
down and asked, 'What can we
introduce into the market?' We
gave the designer virtually com-
plete creative license to design an
awe-inspiring car," Ray Addison,
the CLS product manager, told us.
"This is what they came out with."
The result is what Addison
called a "lifestyle" vehicle for an
"affluent enthusiast" who has the
money to buy something different
from what everyone else is driving,
but still wants their needs filled.
The CLS55 sits on the same
112.4-inch wheelbase platform as
the E-Class, but is 3 inches longer,
-yet 2.3 inches lower than the (rela-
tively) staid E55 we tested last
Year. The grille is a sleek version of
the Benz coupe designs we have
grown accustomed to, with a big
three-pointed star suspended on
three vanes at the leading edge of
an aggressive snout. Mesh covers
the lower center air intake and
side intakes with integrated fog
lights. The multi-element head-
'lights are L-shaped, their top
curve following the upper contour
of the front fenders.
Another chiseled character line
starts outboard of the clusters and
carries up the fender line to meld
with the A-pillar. But the car's
most dramatic line rolls off the top
:of the front fender flares to carry
aft, its arc defining the beltline
:under the low-arched coupe-like
: roofline, itself an arched slit under
,the dramatically-laid back wind-
shield and equally coupe-like fast-
,back rear window. The rear end
.gets a narrowed rounded edge and
:a slight trunk lip spoiler. All of this
.hunkers down on big five-spoke
;AMG-badged alloy wheels framing
cross-drilled, vented disc brakes,
shod in unidirectional
:P255/35ZR19-inch Bridgestones in
front and P285/30ZR19 radials
each an inch wider in back.
"This car was given a unique
;face unlike any other Mercedes,"
'Addison said. "We wanted to make
sure the car stands out, and this
-pronounced crease that actually
starts at the front wheel well car-
ries all the way to the rear tail-
Inside, the dash fascia undulates
over an inset white-faced gauge
package with a 200-mph
speedometer with "floating" needle
flying around a central trip com-
puter display with radio station
information, satellite navigation
info and other speed and economy
figures. It is flanked by a classy
analog clock and a 7,000-rpm tach
trimmed in steel as well, while
contrasting stitching accents the
steering wheel, dash top and door
The four-spoke wood and leather
steering wheel power tilts and tel-
escopes, with organic stereo and
:trip computer buttons framing a
*small air bag. More wood accents
:the dash center and console. The
front bucket seats are 10-way
power adjustable, ours offering a
The 496-horsepower Mercedes-Benz CLS55 is called a "four-door coupe" by the German automaker because of its low roofline and near-fastback
Drive Dynamic function that pro-
vides heating and cooling as well
as power height-adjustable lum-
bar, adjustable thigh cushion and
power side bolster adjustment. The
front seats have pulse massage
function and inflate side bolsters
when you carve into a turn for
more support. The center console
offers twin cup holder sleeves that
slide up to hold tall water bottles,
while storage space under the
padded armrest is ample for CDs
and sunglasses, and is air condi-
The harmon/kardon stereo with
digital sound processing, six-disc
CD player and Sirius Satellite
Radio wAs superb. You can only
access, stations off the steering
wheel if the trip computer or the
LCD screen is, in that setting. The
glove box is big, the door map
pockets small, but storage com-
partments under the front seats
Passengers getting into the rear
seats should also duck so they
don't tap their noggins. Once in
the firm twin bucket seats sepa-
rated by a wood and leather center
console, there is just enough leg
room for a 6-footer like me thanks
to carved indents in the back of
the front seats. The rear power sun
shade was appreciated when the
sun shone through the fastback
window. You feel like your are in
the back seat of a Navy fighter jet,
with just enough room and no
more, while the climbing beltline
of the door tops means our 10-
year-old couldn't see out because
he felt so sunken down. But
Addison said we should think of it
as a very practical coupe with no
need to climb past a set ofcoupe
front seats backs to get in back.
"If someone is looking for ample
rear interior space, they will get
an E-Class or S-Class. When we
talk to people about this car, we
encourage them to think of it like
a CL Coupe two doors," Addison
The 15.8-cubic-foot trunk was
deep and wide, with a space-saver
The Mercedes-Benz E55's drive-
train is in the sleeker CLS55 a
5.5-liter V-8 with 469-hp and a
massive 516 pound-feet. The E55
we tested a year ago got to 60 mph
in 4.7 seconds. Hand-built by AMG
engineers, our 3,600-mile-old test
car's engine had a name plate say-
ing Guido Nordheim built it, and
and hit 60
mph in a
time of 4.5
with a The rear view of the
throaty bel- shows the near-fastbai
low from matic side accents.
exhausts. Superb shifts came from
a five-speed AMG Speedshift auto-
matic transmission that can be
manually shifted from the lever or
buttons behind the steering
wheel's upper spokes. You can set
2006 MERCEDES-BENZ CLS55
A shapely burl walnut
dash with tan leather
seats and Alcantara
make for a different
on the CLS55 sedan.
Dan Scanlan 'special
four-passenaer mid-size performance sedan
Base price $86,600 (As driven $94,839)
Engine type SOHC, three valve per cylinder aluminum V-8 with intercooled,
Horsepower (net) 469 hp at 6,100 rpm
Torque (Ib-ft) 516 at 2,650 4,500 rpm
Transmission five-speed AMG SpeedShift automatic
Wheelbase 112.4 in.
Overall length 193.5 in.
Overall width 73.7 in.
Height 54.7 in.
Front headroom 36.9 in.
Rear headroom 36.1 in.
Rear legroom 28.1 in.
Trunk capacity 15.8 cubic feet
Curb weight 4,050 pounds
Fuel capacity 21.1 gallons
Mileage rating 14 mpg city, 20 mpg highway
A sleek and very powerful alternative to a stodgy sedan, with
rear-seat room in a pinch and doors to get to it.
the transmission to sport, comfort
or manual modes. Estima-ted fuel
mileage is 14 city/20 highway,
while we managed 15 mpg at the
first fill-up of premium.
Dan Scanlan/special road. The
Mercedes-Benz CLS55 result is a
rear roofline and dra- car that
on those 19-inch wheels, or can be
raised to clear a root in a dirt
driveway. You can set the suspen-
sion on a comfort, in-between or
firm sport setting, the latter com-
fortable even on rougher roads as
it cushions the rebound well. The
long, low sedan also behaved very
well in the twisty bits, the suspen-
sion limiting body roll while the
ESP stability control system han-
dled rear end play and excessive
throttle authoritatively. The power
steering was direct and full of feel,
the 14-inch discs/eight-piston
calipers up front and 13-inch
discs/four-pistori calipers at the
rear shedding speed with a precise
pedal feel and no fade.
The base price of the CLS55 is
$86,600, with supercharged V-8
with intercooler, AMG brakes and
suspension, four-zone climate con-
trol, Nappa leather and matte burl
walnut interior, 10-way power
front seats, moonroof, power
express up and down power win-
dows, power door locks, harmon-
kardon Logic7 AM-FM-CD stereo,
front/side/head airbags, ABS
brakes with brake assist and sta-
ability system. Options included a
SIRIUS Satellite radio for $699,
Bi-Xenon headlights for $1,220
and heated/cooled front seats with
dynamic adjustment, power rear
sunshade and DVD navigation sys-
tem with six-disc CD changer. A
destination fee and $1,700 gas-
guzzler tax brings the MSRP to
Bottom line a very cool way to
travel with four doors.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on
North-east Florida's roads, averaging about
200 miles of combined highway and city traf-
fic during a weeklong test. The test vehicles
are provided by the manufacturer according
to their schedule, and represent a broad spec-
trum of sizes and prices. The prices listed are
manufacturer's suggested retail prices. A
longer version of this review and past reviews
can be seen on jacksonville.com's "Autos"
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