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The End Of An Era
VS-30 To Be Disestablished
Getting In The Holiday Spirit
Jingle Bell Run
Annual Run Is Dec. 14
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2005
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
Region bids Brown farewell
By Miriam S. Gallet
Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown, com-
mander, Navy Region Southeast,
will retire tomorrow after 31 years
of honorable service.
To some, she has been the person who
governs a vast region, but to her staff, she
has been a tireless naval leader in pursuit
of excellence and the eradication of
domestic violence and abuse. They know
her as a leader with dignity, integrity and
a deep concern for Sailors and their fami-
Evocative of the courageous Eleanor
Roosevelt, Brown's message on the pre-
vention of domestic violence as a readi-
ness issue has been unapologetic and
refreshingly direct. "Adm. Brown has been
a uniquely powerful leader and the driv-
ing force behind the Navy's Domestic
Violence Policy," said Sandy Jones of Navy
Region Southeast Community Services
Department. "Her relentless commitment
and courage, along with her encouraging
voice has put prevention and education at
the forefront. The Department of Defense
Task Force on Domestic Violence is where
it is today because of her commitment
and positive leadership."
Recently, CNRSE, the city of
Jacksonville, Duval County, the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, NAS
Jacksonville and NS Mayport signed a
domestic violence pilot project called the
Coordinated Community Response. The
program was sponsored by the
Department of Justice and according to
Brown "is a huge step in the furtherance
of increased domestic violence victim safe-
ty and increased domestic violence offend-
er accountability for our military in Duval
County. That is something for us to be
proud of as well."
Whether it's addressing domestic vio-
lence, implementing a new policy or
addressing the issue of right readiness at
the right cost, Brown has tried to be con-
sistent and constant and walked the extra
mile to ensure the warfighters were well
taken care of. "To be a leader, one has to
care for the Sailors and civilian men and
women that make this Navy of ours the
best in the world," Brown stated.
"Today, as I look back at my three years
here, I am comfortable that the region is
ready for the many challenges it faces.
Our strategic business processes are in
sync with the Chief of Naval Operations
and Commander, Navy Installations
(CNI) and we have been a leader in the
implementation of the Navy's Human
Capital Strategy," she continued. "Navy
Region Southeast is a dynamic entity
with exceptional leaders at every level of
4.we are going
and we are
that we are
a very capa-
type of lead-
Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown ership and
cern for her Sailors that earned her
praise from CNI Rear Adm. Christopher
"Rear Adm. Annette Brown has done a
superb job of guiding Navy Region
Southeast through all of the transforma-
tion brought about by the standing up of
the CNI enterprise," stated Weaver. "She
has been a great leader in helping to cre-
ate a robust matrix organization to sup-
port our fighting forces better while reduc-
ing redundancies and limiting costs."
Weaver went on to explain Brown's per-
formance by adding, "I appreciate very
much this kind of outstanding perform-
ance by a proven Navy leader. I have
enjoyed working with her very much and
wish her well in her future endeavors."
Tomorrow, Brown will be presented with
the prestigious Navy Distinguished
Service Medal on behalf of the Secretary
of the Navy Gordon England, which reads
in part, "Rear Adm. Brown vision and pio-
neering achievements resulted in signifi-
cantly enhanced operational support and
enterprise-based business efficiencies for
15 installations in an eight-state, geo-
graphically dispersed region."
"Using her unique business acumen, she
established a Regional Business
Organization that incorporated analytic
rigor to all budgetary aspects of shore
installation management and helped
achieve the Sea Enterprise objective."
Brown, who credits her mom, Ann, for
her success said, "My mom taught me
about discipline and efficiency early on,
which helped me focus on pursuing a
career after college."
"Another good piece of advice my mom
gave me was to finish what you start and
do whatever you do to the best of your
abilities. My mother is a woman who has
always been ahead of her time," Brown
See BROWN, Page 12
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown (right) and Flag Lt. Paul Castillo greet Hunter (9) and Danny (10)
while they make a donation to this year's Salvation Army Christmas Fund Drive. Stephanie
Melvin (left), a 12th-grader from Clay High School, watches as she waits her turn.
A sit-down with Rear Adm. Brown
T he outgoing commander, Navy Region
Southeast spoke candidly with Jax Air
News Editor Miriam S. Gallet Nov. 22 about her
tenure here and her future plans.
Q: How do you feel about your tenure as
commander, Navy Region Southeast
A: I feel good about it. That's not to say
that there haven't been bumps along the
road, but overall we have moved the region
up the road both strategically and tactically.
I am going to miss the wonderful folks
who have made coming in to work every day
a true pleasure.
Q: Looking back at your time here, what
do you think were your top accomplish-
ment(s) and your biggest disappoint-
A: To name a few of the accomplishments
that stand out in my mind, I feel this region
had a well-established strategic focus when
I arrived. I am proud to have been part of
the team that took that strategic planning
and execution to even higher levels of
strategic effort that involved metrics and
Another focus this region has is the
employees when we can assist them with
the furtherance of their career, we will. I am
proud of our success in maintaining a focus
on the "Train the Trainer" in the Covey's
Seven Habits course. This region-wide
training created a common, positive lan-
guage and mindset throughout commands
that continues to foster open and creative
We brought several installations into our
region "family" that previously belonged to
other claimants. We did so in an open, wel-
coming manner so it's hard to tell today who
is "new" and who is legacy. That's critical to
ensuring mission effectiveness across all of
our programs every installation needs to
know their program issues will be
addressed in the same mission-focused
On the other hand, we lost members of
the region family when we closed Vieques
and Naval Station Puerto Rico. However, we
did so quickly, peacefully and without nega-
tive impact on the mission. That took a lot
of detailed planning and careful, coordinat-
ed execution. Our folks did an outstanding
job as they set the benchmark for how
installations will be turned over in BRAC.
I am also very proud of everyone involved
in hurricane preparation and recovery oper-
ations? From the installation commanding
officers who led the preparation for, evacua-
tion of and recovery from two record setting
hurricane seasons to the members of the
headquarters staff who stood the 24/7 watch
and coordinated the many efforts to assist
in recovery they all worked long, hard
hours for months and we're still at it in
My biggest disappointments revolve
around failures in leadership mine and
that of others that I had the potential to
See BROWN Q&A, Page 12
NAVFAC announces 2006
Military Engineer of the Year
By Sue Brink
PAO Facilities Team Southeast
commander, Naval Fa-
FAC) Rear Adm. Mike
Loose announced Nov. 25
that Cmdr. David Smith,
operations officer for Navy
Public Works Center Jack-
sonville has been selected
the 2006 Military Engineer
of the Year.
"He had the opportunity
to serve in Iraq and spent
several weeks as the
regional engineer forward
deployed to Gulfport, Miss.,
supporting Hurricane Ka-
trina recovery operations,"
said Capt. Paul Walden,
commander, Navy Region
Southeast Regional En-
gineer and commanding
officer for Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville/
Engineering Field Activity
Southeast (FTSE). "We are
proud to have him on the
The award is given annu-
ally to encourage and recog-
nize individual engineering
excellence, outstanding pro-
fessional achievement and
Smith has made signifi-
cant contributions to the
Civil Engineer Corps and
the Navy this year. His
organized thinking and
ability to move numerous
forward are proving instru-
mental in making the NAV-
FAC merger in the
Southeast a reality.
"I had to sit down when
the skipper made the
Smith. "I couldn't believe
it." He went on to say that
he was honored to be select-
ed among such a devoted
group of civil engineers.
Smith started his Navy
career after graduating
from the Virginia Military
Institute in 1987 with a
bachelor of science degree
in electrical engineering.
He later obtained a mas-
ter of science degree in elec-
trical engineering from
Penn State in 1999. In
2003, Smith graduated
from the Naval War College
and attended -the Navy
Program. He is a registered
professional engineer in the
state of Virginia.
Photo by Sue Brink
Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville/Engineering Field Activity Southeast Commanding
Officer Capt. Paul Walden (left) congratulates Cmdr. David Smith on being selected for
NAVFAC's 2006 Military Engineer of the Year award.
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___________FROM ;1i TH E FLEETii
Atlantic Fleet Master Chie
very now and then
something comes to
my attention that
really disappoints me.
Navy leadership has for
more than a decade lobbied
Congress on our behalf to
reduce our out-of-pocket
housing expenses by ensur-
ing incremental increases
in our Basic Allowance for
When I learn some
Sailors are manipulating
the system by lying to
obtain higher housing
allowances, I can't help but
ask why. It's like a slap in
the face to the leadership
that has done so much to
Let me be clear about the
consequences of committing
fraud. For any of you who
the system, or more egre-
giously, lay claim to that
which you are not entitled;,
you face a court's martial
offense! If you lie, you will
be caught and if you're
convicted of defrauding the
government I can't help but
think your Navy career will
I want to explain to you
some of the ways your ship-
mates manipulate the sys-
tem. I will explain these
ways for two reasons.
First, to ensure you all
understand who is eligible
for BAH. Perhaps more
importantly, however, I
address this topic so you
can all help keep our sys-
How you may ask?
Interestingly, most of the
discovered fraud cases are
the result of Sailors calling
the Navy's hotline to report
the fraud. It is satisfying to
know many of you keep
your eyes open, report sus-
picious behavior, and help
keep the system honest..
We have many checks
and balances in place to
verify the housing and
dependent information you
provide, but we rely on your
honesty and integrity as
well. Thank you to those of
you who help.
The most common fraud-
ulent BAH violation stems
from fictitious address
reporting. It's not uncom-
mon for a Sailor to live in
one location, but his or her
family may reside in anoth
er location. In that situa-
tion, the Sailor is afforded
the option to draw BAH for
the higher cost area.
Sailors who wrongfully
report the location of their
families try to gain a higher
BAH rate in this manner
are committing fraud.
If you suspect a Sailor is
drawing BAH for one loca-
tion, but his family mem-
bers are not living in that
location, report it to your
chain of command.
Another offense is a mar-
riage of convenience. This
is a little difficult to prove,
but essentially it means a
couple is married for the
sole purpose of financial
benefit, not love. Typically
people who are married for
convenience address their
spouse in a somewhat indif-
The next most common
offense involves dual mem-
ber Sailors. According to
the rules, if two Sailors are
married, with no children,
each Sailor is entitled to
draw BAH without depend-
If the couple has a child
or children, one of the
Sailors may draw BAH
with dependents, not both.
If two Sailors are married,
and one is divorced and has
children under a previous
marriage, and pays child
support, that Sailor may
draw BAH without depend-
ents, with the addition of a
differential payment (not to
exceed the total child sup-
Finally, another fraudu-
lent violation stems from a
person claiming a fictitious
spouse. In these cases, a
Sailor submits a falsified
marriage certificates that
shows he or she is married
to a person that doesn't
If you suspect a Sailor is
doing this, report it to your
chain of command. I would
be especially skeptical if a
Sailor boasts about draw-
ing BAH, but never men-
tions his or her spouse,
brings his or her spouse to
any command event, or per-
haps even lives by him or
herself with no evidence of
Shipmates, I continue to
hear you all desire to be
treated like adults. I con-
cur. The Navy relies on
your personal honesty and
integrity every day. When
Sailors violate that trust,
we all pay a price. I cannot
tell you how important it is
See BAH, Page 18
Spouses can support the troops and still question the politics
By Sarah Smiley
D o you support the war in Iraq?
Everyone wants to know, espe-
cially of late, now that Scott
Peterson is in prison and hurricane
season is over. It's at times like this
when the media searches for the next
hot topic, something to stir the pot
and rivet the country's attention. And
what could be more controversial than
Try, a military spouse and columnist
(me) with no clear opinion about the
"But your husband might be sent
back to Iraq," people say, as if I've
committed heresy because my hus-
band is in a position of sacrifice and I
don't feverently support the idea of
Some people won't be satisfied until
military families around the country
pick up posterboard signs and march
in front of the White House. "But your
husband could die!" they say. "He
could be deployed for months at a
time!" And here's precisely where the
line is drawn between those who sup-
port the troops and those who live
with them: as a military spouse, I
know an end to the war in Iraq won't
mean an end to my family's sacrifice.
My husband still will deploy "for
months at a time." And he could die
serving his country any day, war or no
war, the only difference being that if
his airplane when down in Pensacola
instead of Iraq, his sacrifice probably
wouldn't make the 5 o'clock news.
Serving the country is what my hus-
band signed up for. It's what he's com-
mitted to. And even when the politics
surrounding the war have cooled, my
husband still will be serving his coun-
try-perhaps in a different war or a
different setting, but with the same
So "Do you support the war?" isn't
necessarily a black-and-white ques-
tion for me. It's murky and mixed-up
with the ideas of duty and sacrifice. A
better line of questioning would be,
"Do you support the troops?" (Yes) and
"Doyou support the politics of the
war?" (Not necessarily).
People are sometimes surprised to
know how easily military families can
separate'"support" and "politics" when
it comes to war. But it is out of neces-
sity that we learn to do so. When my
husband is leaving for a six-month
deployment, no one stands at the door
with a ballot box asking me whether
or not I agree with what the President
has asked my husband to do. I don't
get to sign a permission slip.
Ultimately, my opinion (and even my
husband's) is of little consequence
when he is leaving for duty. (And isn't
that the definition of military duty
after all, to go without question?)
Furthermore, even if I were to
arrive at some political epiphany for
or against the war, it wouldn't change
my family's reality. What good would
it do me to expend energy protesting
Hey, Money Man!
I was thinking about pur-
chasing a used car so I
talked with my command
He said I should be care-
ful because there are a lot
of cars for sale that were
flooded during the recent
hurricanes. Is there some
way to tell if a car was
damaged by a flood or hur-
According to a recent
ar ticle in Consumer
Reports, a record number of
cars have been affected by
As many as 500,000 cars
may have been flooded or
rLIFagetd. Most flood-dam-
;il.'I cars were written off
by insurance companies
and should receive new
it 'Ie- marked with the word
. ;3 'Ior 'flo d."
',rr,r, states use a coded
letter to mark fliidrd cars.
Th,., cars may legally be
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If you are concerned that
a car may have been dam-
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check you can perform
Look under the carpets
to see if they are wet, damp
Check the rubber drain
plugs under the car and on
the bottoms of the doors to
see if they have been
removed recently or
Inspect the car's diffi-
cult to clean places, such as
the gaps between the pan-
els in the trunk.
Inspect the lights.
Lights are expensive to
replace and a water line
may still show on the lens
If still in doubt, pay to
have the car inspected by a
third party. It could save
you a lot of money in the
More questions? Call Hey
Moneymani at 77.-0353.
the war when I need all the energy I
can muster to raise my kids and take
care of myself while my husband is
deployed? How much harder would it
be to support my husband and his
commitment if I was constantly rail-
ing against it?
My ballot box, if you will, was at the
end of theater the day I married a mil-
.itary service member. When I became
Mrs. Smiley I theoretically "signed the
permission slip" allowing my husband
to leave at the President's command,
despite all else, even if I'm about to
have a baby, I'm sick with the flu, or I
don't agree with the mission. And in
that moment, when I became a mili-
tary spouse, I simultaneously devel-
oped a compartmentalized mind
which allows me to support the troops
regardless of the politics.
Because, really, it is thanks to peo-
ple like my husband and so many
other service members around the
world that the rest of us don't have to
enlist or deploy if we don't want to. We
are free to stay behind and question
the how's and why's of it all. Our mili-
tary and their families maintain faith
that the government is using them for
good. It's up to the rest of you to
debate and question that.
So next time you are tempted to
ask a military spouse if they support
the war, stop yourself and instead tell
that person thank you.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com
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 Catholic CCD is 10:45
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CTTC(AW/NAC) Pedro Ramos of VS-30 (front) and AWAN(NAC) Robert Urbina of VP-5 and
their families ride the Old Town Trolley during Pal Day in St. Augustine Saturday.
Military families enjoy
a free day in oldest city
By Kaylee LaRocque
he city of St. Augus-
tine's numerous at-
their doors free of charge to
military members and their
families Saturday during
this year's Pal Day.
For the past 49 years, the
USO. Council of St.
Augustine and many of the
city's tourist attractions
have hosted this special
day set aside each
December specifically for
First Coast military mem-
bers and their families to
enjoy the city's attractions
free of charge.
Hundreds of people,
many proudly wearing
their military uniforms,
turned out in the nation's
oldest city to spend a few
hours visiting the sights
and to watch the annual
"We come to Pal Day
every year to see the attrac-
tions in St. Augustine and
to spend time together as a
family. I really like this city
because of its Hispanic her-
itage because I'm from
Puerto Rico," said AE2(AW)
Juan Pagan ofVS-31.
"And, the people here are
so friendly, especially
towards the military. They
are always saying 'thank
you for your service.' It's
really nice being here
today," he continued. "We've
gone through Ripley's and
plan to visit some other
The first Pal Day was
held in 1957 during the
Korean War Era when the
USO Council in St.
Augustine wanted to recog-
nize military members and
their families and provide
them with something a lit-
The event proved so suc-
cessful, that it has contin-
ued since then every first
Saturday in December. By
opening their doors for free,
the city's businesses get a
chance to show their appre-
ciation to the service mem-
bers who serve our country
and defend our freedom.
Military families enjoyed
favorite attractions such as
Ripley's Believe It or Not,
3D World, The Fountain of
Youth, Alligator Farm, trol-
ley rides, Potter's Wax
Museum, Castillo de San
Marcos, and numerous
Nearly 700 service per-
sonnel and their families
enjoyed a free lunch at the
Elks Lodge #829 in St.
Augustine. Elk members
spent the morning prepar-
ing the food, and then much
of the late morning and
early afternoon serving up
plates of hot dogs, coleslaw,
baked beans, chips and
"We came here today to
enjoy the free attractions
and enjoy this patriotic day
in St. Augustine. We just
toured the Fountain of
Youth exhibit and plan to
go the lighthouse and
Ripley's Believe It or Not,"
remarked Lt. Ricardo
Trevino of Naval Atlantic
Meteorology and Ocean-
ography Facility Jax who
has been attending Pal Day
for the past three years.
"It's really awesome that
the city of St..Augustine
does this for the military."
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Although the city was
bustling with tourists and
locals who lined the streets
for the parade and to expe-
rience the city's holiday fes-
tivities, Pal Day gave mili-
tary members and their
families a nice way to
spend some quality time
together and enjoy the
sights of the nation's oldest
Mark your calendar for
next year's event, which
will take place on Dec. 2,
Pagan of VS-
31, his wife,
Joan, and son,
out an authen-
tic log home at
or Not during
the annual Pal
Day event in
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Lt. Ricardo Trevino of Naval Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Facility Jacksonville:
and his girlfriend, Adrienne, learn about Juan Ponce De Leon who established claim to North
America in 1513 at the Fountain of Youth in St. Augustine last Saturday.
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4 JilaAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 8, 2005
VR-58 Sailor recognized
by St. Augustine Navy League
From the St. Augustine
About 40 members of
the St. Augustine
Navy League recent-
ly attended an outdoor
cookout at the Conch House
in St. Augustine to present
their Sailor of the Quarter
award to AM1 Leonard
Franco of VR-58. VR-58's
Executive Officer Cmdr.
William Hiscock and about
12 VR-58 Sailors also
attended the event.
After lunch, the Sailor of
the Quarter award was pre-
sented to Franco by Navy
League Vice President Bill
Dudley and St. Augustine
Navy League/VR-58 liaison
Don Small. As Sailor of the
Quarter, Franco received a
free weekend stay in St.
Augustine provided by
Jalaram Hotels and free
tickets to major area
attractions. The St. Augus-
tine Navy League also pre-
sented Franco with a cash
Franco, a native of Mia-
mi, enlisted in the Navy in
1990 and attended recruit
training in San Diego and
technical training in Ten-
nessee. He has completed
tours of duty at NAS Cecil
Field, NAS Pensacola, NAS
Photo courtesy of the St. Augustine Navy League
St. Augustine Navy League Vice President Bill Dudley, left, presents the organization's Sailor
of the Quarter Award to AM1 Leonard Franco of VR-58 as St. Augustine Navy League/VR-58
liaison Don Small looks on.
Atlanta and Jacksonville
during his 15-year Navy
Following the presenta-
tion, Hiscock briefed the
attendees on VR-58's re-
cent activities, which in-
cluded evacuating Hurri-
cane Katrina victims and
flying in supplies to sup-
port the rescue of victims
of the Pakistan earth-
St. Augustine Council
469 of the Navy League of
the United States is a civil-
ian organization dedicated
to informing our citizens
that the United States is a
maritime nation and that
its national defense and
economic well being are
dependent on strong sea
services the United
States Navy, Coast Guard,
Marine Corps, and
'War Eagles' take charge in hurricane relief
By Lt. j.g. Michael Minervini
he "War Eagles" of VP-16 lent
a helping hand in the
Hurricane Katrina and Rita
relief efforts. Squadron personnel
flew more than 75 hours in affected
areas around Texas, Louisiana and
Mississippi providing surveillance
Their mission included searching
for survivors and vectoring in heli-
copters for rescue, reporting the sta-
tus of national, military and private
assets and providing the National
Command Authority with imagery
and video of the damage.
VP-16 Operations Chief AWC
Robert Walker said, A lot of aircrew
requested to fly on these events, for
some it was a matter of having fami-
ly members in the path of the storm;
others saw their country men and
women in need and wanted to help
out and make a difference in any
. way they could."
These missions were especially
hard for one VP-16 naval aircrew-
man, AW2 Darnell Deas, whose fami-
ly lived in the affected area and lost
everything. For the first 48 hours
after the hurricane hit, he could not
reach any of his family members, but
he was the first to volunteer to fly.
"They all made me very proud to
be a member of the War Eagle team,"
Hurricane Katrina and Rita devas-
tated the Gulf Coast and the "War
Eagles" were first on the scene and
ready to assist.
Chapter closes on VS-30
cutters," an S-3
based at NAS Jack-
sonville, will be disestab-
lished in a ceremony
aboard NAS Jax tomor-
row at 2 p.m. in Hangar
The guest speaker for
the ceremony will be
Rear Adm. David Arch-
itzel, program executive
officer for aircraft carriers
and a former VS-30 com-
VS-30 is the first S-3
squadron on the East
Coast to be disestablished
as the S-3 Viking aircraft
is being retired from the
U.S. Navy inventory.
ceremony will include a
flyover of S-3 Viking air-
craft from NAS Jack-
sonville, joined by some
Afterwards, present and
former squadron mem-
bers will lead a mock
funeral procession to the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. A
VS-30 "headstone" will be
ceremoniously laid to
start a "graveyard" of VS
VS-30 traces their roots
to VC-801, a reserve anti-
which in 1950 was redes-
ignated VS-801 in Miami.
It was recalled to active
duty in February 1951 for
the Korean War and
moved to NAS Norfolk,
In April 1953, VS-801
was redesignated VS-30.
Subsequent duty stations
include NAS Key West,
Fla. NAS Quonset Point,
R.I., NAS Cecil Field and
finally NAS Jacksonville
upon the closure of Cecil
Field in 1999.
The squadron was at
one time a training
squadron, during which
time it earned the nick-
name Diamondcutters by
taking "nuggets" fresh
from flight school and
turning them into fleet
During the deactivation
week, there were a series
of events including a golf
tournament, darts tour-
nament, billiards tourna-
ment, tennis tournament
and a farewell dinner.
deactivation will mark
the end of VS-30's 52
years of dedicated service
to our nation. VS-30
invites past squadron
members and the rest of
the Viking community to
join in the festivities as
squadron members say
their final farewells.'
At full manning, VS-30
was comprised of 240 per-
sonnel with eight aircraft.
Currently, the squadron
has 80 personnel and two
The S-3 is an all-weath-
er, carrier-based aircraft,
against hostile surface
combatants while also
functioning as a tanker.
Four S-3 squadrons will
remain at NAS Jack-
sonville and will be dises-
tablished at later dates.
'Nightdippers' in joint exercise in Bahamas
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO .
he NAS Jacksonville-based
"Nightdippers" of HS-5 spent
four days last week participat-
ing in joint antisubmarine exercises
at the Atlantic Underwater Test and
Evaluation Center (AUTEC), Andros
Island, Bahamas. One SH-60F trans-
ported approximately thirty
squadron members to AUTEC.
While at Andros Island the
Nightdippers completed more than
ten hours of flight time and the 30-
member crew trained with both U.S.
and international resources, includ-
ing Canadian assets and three U.S.
Along with the daytime antisub-
marine warfare (ASW) missions, HS-
5 also had the opportunity to prac-
tice night ASW tactics while tracking
a U.S. submarine.
The events at AUTEC cumulated
with a torpedo drop by the squadron
crew. AW2 Danielle Schultz, the
acoustic sonar operator during the
torpedo drop, said she enjoyed
AUTEC for two reasons, "I was able
to get my first kill and it's nice to be
on the beach in November."
The ability of anti-submarine
forces to train at AUTEC is vital to
the Navy for maintaining a proper
state of ASW readiness. According to
its Web site, "the mission of AUTEC
is to support the full spectrum of
undersea warfare by providing accu-
rate three-dimensional tracking, per-
formance measurement, and data
collection resources and for the
assessment of fleet training, tactical
and material readiness." The range
provides a perfect area for real-life
AUTEC's ability to track each
asset's movement allows its con-
trollers an excellent overall view of
the scenario as it develops. The
assets' reactions to the scenario are
observed and actions such as torpedo
drops are graded and thoroughly
Just another day
on the job
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Two NAVICP teams earn DOD logistics awards
From Naval Supply
wo Naval Inventory
Control Point (NAV-
mance Based Logistics
(PBL) Teams were recently
announced by the Secre-
tary of Defense as winners
in the first annual
Secretary of Defense PBL
The awards spotlight sig-
nificant PBL successes and
encourage greater use of
PBL throughout the De-
partment of Defense
DOD uses PBL to im-
prove weapons systems
readiness by using the best
mix of DOD and industry
resources to operate and
maintain weapons systems
at reduced cost over their
useful lives. Winners are
selected from three award
categories: system level,
sub-system level, and com-
The two Navy teams are
the Navy/General Electric
(GE) F404 PBL Team (sub-
system level winner), and
the Navy/Honeywell Auxil-
iary Power Unit Total
Logistics Support (APU/
TLS) PBL Team (compo-
nent level winner).
Represented on the
Navy/GE team are NAV-
ICP, Naval Air Systems
NAVAIR Depot Jackson-
ville and GE. The Navy/
Honeywell team consists of
NAVAIR Depots Cherry
Point, N.C., and Jackson-
ville and Honeywell.
The teams were selected
from numerous submis-
sions from all services.
Their innovative logistics-
support solutions signifi-
cantly increased the readi-
ness of the Navy's front
line fighter aircraft, the
F/A-18 Hornet, and that of
other Navy aircraft, and
reduced the cost to operate
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to Present Day Planes.
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craft over their useful
The F404 engine, which
powers the F/A-18 Hornet,
currently stands at its
highest level of combat
readiness and customer
satisfaction since its intro-
duction to the fleet.
team, whose best practices
are now shared across DoD
and industry, led the way
for PBL with unprecedent-
ed program performance.
"PBLs are the most sig-
nificant change in fleet
support process I can
recall," said NAVICP
Commander Rear Adm.
Michael Roes-ner. "They
have provided excellent
solutions to long standing
material problems. I
believe they have signifi-
cantly improved readi-
The teams received their
awards at the Aerospace
Industries Association Fall
Product Support Confer-
ence held at Hilton Head,
S.C. Nov. 7-9.
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Photos byJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Inside the NAS Jax Air Terminal, Tammy Lambdin and her children stare
in anticipation at the sliding glass door to the flight line seconds before
her husband, AW1 Jeff Lambdin of VP-45, walks through.
SKI(AW) Chris Baker of VP-45 embraces his wife just after
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6 JIlX Ai NOWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December -, 2005 :
'I didn't realize just how much 1
By Kaylee LaRocque
sfwri ffi tei NTTEER IN THE SPOTLIGHT
s an intensive care - T I T
nurse, Cmdr. Jane office to volunteer my time," training to become a case-
Roland is used to sai4 land, who will be sta- worker and also help out as
helping others. A Naval tioad here until next a receptionist. I have corn-
Reservist attached to Leer. pleted the caseworker orien-
Navy/Marine Corps Re- /' What she found there station part of the process
serve Center, Ebensburg,, '- really impressed her. "I did- and have been shadowing
Pa., Roland was called to "/ n't realize just how much other caseworkers to learn
active duty in October to the :society does. I have how to help the clients who
work at Naval Hospital I n many friends who were come in needing some assis-
Jacksonville after several affected by Hurricane tance. The training program
staff members here were Cmdr. Jane Roland Katrina and without Navy at NMCRfS is ex-cellent,"
sent to Iraq. Relief, they would have had she explained. "I'm the
When she arrived, she ne- I realized I would have some it much harder," continued mother of three children
ver imagined she would find free time on my hands. I Roland. "I really enjoy work- and have a lot of experience
a whole new aspect to the decided I wanted to do ing for an organization that of getting kids through
way she could help others. something worthwhile with does things that I think are tough times. So hopefully I
"When I arrived here, I my time so after hearing important." can use some of that experi-
found out that I would be about the Navy/Marine Currently, Roland spends ence here."
working 12-hour shifts. Corps Relief Society a couple days a week volun- Although she's only been
Since, I came here by myself (NMCRS), I went into the steering at NMCRS. "I'm in here a short time, Roland
derful. I r
here; it's a
eled to nu
a retired :
'one has made her The Navy has been wonder-
welcome. "I love ful to us," she stated, enthu-
7ille. The people siastically.
treated me won- So for the next year,
really enjoy being Roland will become a famil-
a great place to be iar face not only at the hos-
I'm really glad I pital, but at NMCRS. And
Lived with Navy pital, but at NMCRSAnd
finding it's really when her .tour is up here,
ul organization to she will head back home to
and I really enjoy Pennsylvania.
there," added "I plan to stay in the
Reserves and retire at my
7 years in the 20-year mark. And, I also
Roland has trav- plan to continue volunteer-
imerous places to ing for the Navy because I
her active duty think it's important. It's a
I've never been on great way to fill empty time
y for a whole year. instead of doing meaningless
doing what the instead of doing meaningless
ds. My husband is things," she said.
Navy Reservist as For more information on
we are very much how you can volunteer for
tive of the Navy. NMCRS, call 542-3515.
Christmas is a feder
By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
I have a confession to make I enjoy
listening to talk radio. I don't care
if it is sports or news, I enjoy lis-
tening to other people express their
opinions, and I particularly enjoy it
when the host and a caller have a fight
that "I don't have a dog in."
However, this week, I heard a debate
between radio and television personal-
ity Bill O'Reilly and an activist that
really made me think. They were dis-
cussing the celebration of Christmas
Evidently, there is a strong move-
ment afoot to remove the word
"Christmas" from all public displays.
There are even stores that do not pro-
mote the season as the "Christmas"
season, but they call it the "holiday"
season. As President John F. Kennedy
used to say, "Let me say this about
"Christmas" is a federal holiday. It's
not called the winter holiday or the
holiday season or anything else. You
can look it up. Christmas is a federal
holiday (this year it is Dec. 26 since
Dec. 25 falls on a Sunday). There is
one thing our politically correct society
cannot do and that is re-write history.
Men who were Christians founded this
country and Christian principles are
woven into every
fabric of our soci-
That in no way
religions, as a
matter of fact; it
allows our coun-
try to open her
arms to them.
Chaplain We truly practice
(Lt.) Mylon Pope religious free-
dom. No matter
what faith you want to practice, you
are free to do it in the way you choose.
Why then do Christians have to feel
guilty about celebrating Christmas? I
can only speak for myself, but I am not
going to allow-all this ridiculous de-
bate to dull my enjoyment of the
Christmas is my favorite time of the
year and I look forward to celebrating
it. I love to look at the Christmas
lights that people put up at this time
of the year. I enjoy listening to
Christmas songs on the radio and
watching Christmas specials on TV. I
like sending and receiving Christmas
cards and going to Christmas parties. I
like putting up a Christmas tree in my
house and seeing the excitement on
my kid's faces when they open their
Christmas presents. I like coming to
the chapel and hearing a Christmas
cantata and seeing a Christmas play.
My point is this. There is nothing
wrong with Christmas. It is a wonder-
ful, joyous season that should be
enjoyed and celebrated. I am happy for
anyone to celebrate his or her faith in
this country. It is what makes our
nation diverse and unique, but I think
it would be a tragedy to eliminate a
wonderful day like Christmas from our
national dialogue just to be politically
Abraham Lincoln used to have a rid-
dle he asked his friends. It went some-
thing like this, "If you call a dog's tail a
leg, how many legs does he have?"
Invariably, someone would answer
"five" to which Lincoln would say, "Sir
you are wrong, the correct answer is
four. You can call a dog's tail a leg all
you want, but it does not change the
fact that a dog has one tail and four
legs. A leg is a leg and a tail is a tail."
This year on Dec. 25, I plan to cele-
brate Christmas. I wish you and yours
a joyous Christmas season!
NAS Jax Chapel
offers holiday services
The following are the upcoming holiday
services at the NAS Jax Chapel and other
events happening around the base:
Dec. 11, 6 p.m.
Communal Penance at Sacred Heart Parish
Dec. 18, 11 a.m.
Combined Christmas Cantata/Potluck at the
All Saints Chapel (CCD cancelled)
Dec. 18, 1:30 p.m.
St. Edward Chapel Decoration
Dec. 20, 7 p.m.
at Mayport Catholic Chapel
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.
Dec. 31. 5 p.m.
New Year's Vigil Mass
Jan. 1, 9:30 a.m.
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8 Jax Alr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 8, 2005
By 01 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville's new Navy College
assistant director has a message
for those Sailors not currently
enrolled in college courses. "Get in school
now," exclaimed Lee Peters. "The Navy has
changed and if you're going to succeed, you
need to have a degree."
Peters, who joined the Navy College
team last month, brings 10 years of educa-
tion counseling experience with him as
well as a familiarity with Sailors he gained
during his 30 years in the Navy.
"After I retired from the Navy in 1992, I
thought that since I'd spent 30 years talk-
ing to Sailors, why not get a job advising
them," Peters stated.
The retired master chief's duties include
academic advising and briefing deploying
Sailors on the Program for Afloat College
Education. The program allows deployed
Sailors to enroll in either instructor-based
or CD-ROM college courses.
"Instructors actually go to sea with the
Sailors to teach classes," Peters said. "The
credits the students receive are the same
as if they had taken a class at a normal
VP-30 hosts OP Rotary Club
Photo by JOl Mike England
Assistant Navy College Director Lee Peters
gives some educational advice to AOAN(AW)
Anthony Gilpin of VP-45 at he Navy College
Office Nov. 30.
Peters thinks that his most important
duty is keeping Sailors up-to-date on the
latest changes to the Navy's education
requirements. The new NAVADMIN
released last August requires Sailors to
pursue college credit through the College
Level Examination Program and Defense
Activity for Non-Traditional Education
Support Standardized Subject Tests before
receiving command authorization for
tuition assistance. The new education poli-
cy also creates a new enlisted education
requirement in 2010 for E8 candidates.
"Everyone will have to have a associates
degree relevant to their rating by 2010 to
be eligible for senior chief," Peters said.
"That may seem like a long time from now,
but if you're starting from square one, you
need to get started right now."
Peter's goals include helping at-risk
Sailors and assisting Navy College
Director Jeannie Fleming in helping NAS
Jacksonville servicemembers achieve their
Dana Argo, an education services spe-
cialist at Navy College, says that she is
happy to have Peters aboard to help
"He brings a wealth of knowledge and
experience to our team that NAS
Jacksonville's Sailors will no doubt benefit
from," Argo said.
For more information on Navy College,
Local elementary school visits SCWS
By Lt. Paul Vidal
he Sea Control Wea-
pons School (SCWS)
recently had the
pleasure of hosting over 20
local fifth graders at the S-
3B Viking simulator and
training building at NAS
Naval aviators and enlist-
ed personnel assigned to
the command gave a com-
plete tour of the facilities
and adjoining hangars to
the students and teachers.
These students were given
the rare opportunity to see
firsthand the state of the
art training facilities and
aircraft of the Navy's S-3B
The day started with an
opening brief by Lt. Brian
Fitzsimmons, SCWS senior
pilot, followed by a motiva-
tional S-3B video in the
SCWS auditorium. The stu-
dents were given a brief on
aerodynamics and how jet
aircraft fly and land on car-
riers. "The students were
very receptive, and a few of
them are interested in
becoming Navy carrier
pilots someday," stated
Fitzsimmons. These stu-
dents were also treated to a
presentation from PRAN
Kevin Strain on basic
maintenance and safety
equipment, with some
After these briefs, the
students toured VS-30, the
co-sponsor of the event, for
a tour of the hangar and a
Photos courtesy of SCWS
VS-30 Commanding Officer Cmdr. William Suggs tells a
group of fifth-graders what it's like to be a naval aviator dur-
ing their recent tour of the squadron.
look at the S-3B in person.
Escorted by VS-30
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
William Suggs, the stu-
dents had all their ques-
tions answered by one of
the most experienced avia-
tors on base.
The highlight of the day
was the time spent in the
S-3B visual simulator, used
by all aviators in the Viking
fleet. An actual cockpit of
an S-3B Viking with a
multi-million dollar visual
simulation package, these
lucky students got to spend
nearly three hours experi-
encing jet flight. Some stu-
dents enjoyed the trip to
the bombing range, others
preferred landing on the
carrier. The simulation was
the same scenario that air-
crews use to prepare for
deployment, practice carri-
er landings and practice
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weapons tactics. It was
described by one student
as, "the most awesome
thing I have ever seen!"
For one afternoon, these
fifth graders got to experi-
ence the thrill of being
Navy jet pilots.
Photo courtesy of VP-30
On Nov. 22, the Orange Park Rotary Club invited VP-30's Commanding Officer Capt.
Tim Brewer to their weekly meeting at the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club. After lunch,
Brewer treated the Rotarians to a briefing of the maritime patrol aircraft's past, present,
and future. VP-30 staff members then provided a tour of the P-3 flight simulator and an
Antisurface Warfare Improvement Program equipped P-3 on the flight line. The event
wrapped up with a number of Rotarians receiving a command coin from Brewer and a
photo in the VP-30 Auditorium. From left to right, Lt. James Rankin; Carl Kelle; Dick
Guzewich; Frank Butterfield; Dave Faraldo; Ken Smallwood; Dr. Jerry Linder; Don
Holcomb; Curtice McClees; Gary Smith and Lt. Steve Bradfield.
FFSC offers educational and support programs
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
Dec. 13, 9 a.m. noon Anger Control
Dec. 12-15, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (separat-
Dec. 20, 1-4 p.m. Stress Management
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.
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Is Medicare drug
By Lynn Wilkinson
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Marketing
any older military beneficiaries
who have TRICARE for Life may
be wondering if they need
Medicare Part D, another name for
Medicare's new supplementary prescrip-
tion plan. Anyone who is covered by
Medicare is eligible for the plan.
Nevertheless, TRICARE beneficiaries
already have a comprehensive pharmacy
benefit with no monthly premiums and
minimal co-payments for TRICARE retail
pharmacies and the TRICARE Mail Order
Considering the cost of Medicare Part D
($32.20 per month) and other expenses,
such as co-payments and deductibles, there
is no added value for the majority of TRI-
CARE for Life beneficiaries in purchasing
the drug plan.
If you are wondering whether or not
Medicare Part D will reduce your TRI-
CARE Pharmacy benefit if you do decide to
coverage for you?
enroll, the answer is "no," although
Medicare will be the primary payer fol-
lowed by TRICARE. If you decide you do
not want to enroll in the new Medicare
drug plan, TRICARE will continue to be
your primary plan for prescriptions.
In very limited cases, some individuals
who have minimal incomes and few assets,
who qualify for Medicare's extra help, may
benefit by purchasing this plan. For more
information regarding these exceptions,
you may contact Medicare at 1-800-633-
4227. They can provide you with the
phone number of the local State Health
Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)
agency. The enrollment period began on
Nov. 15 and runs through May 15, 2006. If
you join by Dec. 31, 2005, you will be cov-
ered beginning Jan. 1, 2006
For more information on TRICARE's pre-
scription plan and Medicare Part D, visit
www.tricare.osd.mil or visit the TRICARE
Customer Assistance Center at Naval
On the road with TRICARE Prime
From Naval Hospital
here are times when traveling we
find ourselves in need of medical
care. If it is a medical emergency,
call 911 or go to the nearest emergency
room. Emergency care is defined as a con-
dition or injury that is severe, potentially
disabling or life threatening and requires
immediate treatment to prevent undo suf-
fering or loss of life, limb or sight.
Emergency care does not require prior
authorization before treatment; however,
you or a family member should contact
your primary care manager (PCM) as soon
as possible to discuss continuing treatment
If an urgent medical condition occurs,
you may seek care at a military treatment
facility if one is available. Otherwise, you
must get prior approval from your PCM to
be seen by a civilian provider to ensure
authorization for payment. If you seek
care with authorization that is not deemed
Flu shots available at Naval
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is now
administering influenza vaccine to
TRICARE beneficiaries. This year,
the vaccine is offered to all TRICARE
Prime, Plus and Standard patients, regard-
less of hospital enrollment. Just present
your military ID card.
All patients, adults and children, are
encouraged to get vaccinated. The vaccine
is available in all outpatient clinic areas:
urgent, you will be responsible for all
charges under TRICARE Prime's point-of-
service option, which includes a deductible
and higher co-payment. Urgent care is
defined as care that requires treatment for
an illness or injury that would not result in
further disability or death if not treated
immediately. Routine care will not be
authorized while you are traveling.
Sometimes you must seek care while
traveling away from home, but you don't
want to return to an unwanted medical bill
just because you didn't know your TRI-
CARE health benefit. TRICARE Prime
patients who are enrolled at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville, or the Mayport or
Jacksonville Branch Health Clinics have
the added advantage of using the Nurse
Call Center at (904) 542-4677 or (800) 529-
4677. A registered nurse is available 24-
hours a day to discuss treatment options
and PCM authorizations for payment.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville wishes you
and your family a safe and healthy holiday.
Hospital and Branch Clinics
OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Family Medicine and
Internal Medicine as well as at the Branch
Health Clinics (BHCs). (BHC patients
should call ahead to be sure adequate sup-
plies are on hand.)
The vaccine is offered in injectable or
mist forms. There are contraindications for
some people taking the mist. Patients will
be screened for specific contraindications
for both forms of the vaccine at the clinics
before it is administered.
NCLC holiday schedule
The holiday hours for
the Navy College
Learning Center are:
Dec. 9 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dec. 12-15 8 a.m. to
Dec. 16 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Dec. 19-22 8 a.m. to
Dec. 23 8 a.m. to noon
Dec. 26 Closed
Dec. 27-29 8 a.m. to 3
Dec. 30 Closed
Jan. 2 Closed
Jan. 3-5 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Jan. 6-8 a.m. to noon
Jan. 9-12 8 a.m. to 5:30
Jan. 13 8 a.m. 1 p.m.
For more information,
call 542-3676 or email jack-
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Flu Season 2005
To be vaccinated or not to be?
By Lt. Jonathan Day
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Family Practice Physician
Fall is flu (influenza) season in the
United States. Once again, we ques-
tion when and if we should
roll up our sleeves and receive the |
vaccine. Last season's flu shortage
begs the question what will happen
Here are some brief questions and
answers with what you need to
know about the vaccination for Flu
Who should be first to get their
annual flu shot?
According to the Centers for
Disease Control (CDC), those that
should be first in line for the flu shot
are: Anyone in frequent contact
with children under age six months,
children age six months to 23
months, persons age 65 and older,
residents of nursing homes or
assisted living facilities, women who
are pregnant, health care workers
who provide direct patient care, and
finally anyone age 2 to 64 years
with chronic health conditions. This
includes health problems such as
diabetes, COPD/asthma, and
HIV/AIDS. If any of the above applies to
you, be sure to receive the vaccine this year.
Vaccination is available through the
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Jackson-
ville Branch Medical Clinics as well as pub-
lic and private medical facilities. Call to ask
for availability and to schedule your shot
Who should not receive the annual flu
If you currently have a fever (temperature
by mouth of greater than 100.4 degrees
Fahrenheit), have a severe allergy to chick-
en eggs, have an infant age five months or
less, have developed Guillain-Barre
Syndrome as a result of the vaccination in
the past or have had a severe reaction to
the influenza vaccination previously.
Can you get the flu from the shot?
No, it is not possible to get infected with
influenza virus from the vaccine. What you
may experience with the vaccine is
low-grade fever, generalized aches,
and soreness/redness/swelling at the
site of injection. These symptoms
usually last one to two days, and are
generally mild. Severe reactions are
Why get vaccinated?
P People with the flu usually can
remember clearly years later when
they had it and what symptoms they
had. Typically, five to 20 percent of
Americans will become ill with the
flu every year, requiring 200,000
hospitalizations and resulting in
36,000 deaths annually.
Symptoms of influenza include:
fever temperature by mouth of
greater than 100.4F and often much
higher, muscle aches, extreme
fatigue, headache, sore throat, and
dry cough. Other less common symp-
= toms are nausea, vomiting and diar-
rhea. The vaccine can help prevent
flu, hospitalization and deaths.
The bottom line on the flu vaccine
is that it is safe and well tolerated,
potentially very effective, and may help you
and others from becoming really sick. Those
are the facts. You can get more information
from the Centers for Disease Control Web
site at www.cdc.gov/ flu. There are answers
to other commonly asked questions, addi-
tional flu prevention measures and updates
on local and regional flu activity. Have a
safe and flu-free holiday season.
This article is one of a series of health care
related articles published by the Department of
Family Practice Residency Training Program at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Day received his
medical degree from the Uniformed Service
University of Health Science. He is presently a
physician in the Family Medicine Department at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Naval Hospital clinics, pharmacy closed for holidays
Naval Hospital Jacksonville clinics will be closed the day following
Christmas, Dec. 26, and the day following New Years Day, Jan. 2. The
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what to think
on Santa's lap
as his Merry
for a group of
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NAS lax Command Master Chief CMCCM(SW) Chris Green
holds the microphone as a group of children from the NAS Jax
Child Development Center sing a holiday song during the tree,
lighting event Friday night. _
happily head to
the free lighting
a fire engine
the NAS Jax
H Miriam S.
SSimmons of the
Morale, Welfare and
, Division connects a
snowman's arm at
Patriot's Grove in
reparation of the
nual tree lighting
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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 8, 2005 11
By Kaylee LaRocque
hundreds of active duty mem-
bers, their families and
friends spent Friday evening
enjoying the 11th annual Christ-
mas tree-lighting ceremonies and
festivities at Patriot's Grove. The
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department
sponsors the event each year.
As the anxious children excited-
ly waited for Santa Claus and his
Merry Elves to arrive on the NAS
Jax Fire Department's ladder
truck, parents kept a vigilant
watch on their young ones. "I plan
to ask Santa for a Polly Pocket on
Ice (a doll) for Christmas,"
remarked 4-year-old Kaitlyn
Perrine, as she stood in line wait-
ing for her turn to visit with
Santa. Once Santa arrived and
made the rounds greeting the
crowd, the children and their par-
ents lined up to spend a few qual-
ity moments telling him what
they would like for Christmas
and to have their pictures taken.
Free photos, cameras and frames
were provided by MWR.
Clowns provided entertain-
ment, keeping children busy by
creating balloon characters, per-
forming magic tricks and paint-
ing young faces with holiday
designs. Free donuts, cookies, hot
chocolate and sodas were also
(Froni left) NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson, Mary Ann
Nichols, Brady Klefman, Karen
Klefman and PR2(SW) Mark
Klefman proudly display the
$300 check for second place
that Naval Air Depot Jax
earned with their holiday card
"This is a really great event
especially for the children. Santa
is here and they have clowns
making balloon characters and
doing face painting. Plus, they
provide free donuts, cookies and
drinks. My kids love coming to
this," said Kim Smith, who
brought along her three children,
Braden, Collin and Logan.
"I was deployed last year so I
didn't get to come to this event. I
really think MWR did a great job
putting this all together and
organizing everything. There is a
lot more to this than I expected.
My kids really love this, especial-
ly being able to see Santa Claus,"
added ATI(AW) Brian Bowins of
Before the official program
began, NAS Jax Chaplain (Lt.)
Mylon Pope gave a short blessing.
The event was then kicked off by
Capt. Chip Dobson, NAS Jax com-
manding officer, who also pre-
sented several awards to the win-
ners of the Christmas Card
Contest, an event sponsored each
year by MWR. To enter the con-
test, commands or departments
must create an original holiday
card on a piece of plywood. The
most creative top three com-
mands win money for their MWR
funds. The cards are currently
displayed along Yorktown
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Members of the Orange Park Junior High School Choir and Band entertain the crowd with holiday songs.
Boulevard. Eleven commands
participated in this year's contest.
Winning first place and a $500
prize was Naval Waterfront Brig
Jacksonville. Second place, with a
prize of $300 went to Naval Air
Depot Jacksonville. A third place
$200 award was presented to the
NAS Jax Environmental Division.
After an uplifting Christmas
song by the children of the NAS
Jacksonville Child Development
Center, it was finally time for
that special moment when the 15-
foot Christmas tree would come
alive. As Dobson signaled for all
the area lights to be turned off,
the countdown began. With the
flip of a switch and cheers from
the crowd, the tree glowed with a
brilliant array of lights and deco-
The Navy Band Southeast
Wind Ensemble played a variety
of traditional Christmas songs for
the event. The Orange Park
Junior High School Choir and
Band also entertained the crowd
with other holiday tunes.
A special thanks goes out to all
the people behind the scenes
including the NAS Jax Fire
Department, Security, Aircraft
Detachment Jax, Chapel,
Facilities Department, Navy
Exchange, Commissary and MWR
who help make this annual event
such a huge success.
"There are a lot of behind the
scene things that go on to make
this event such a huge success
each year. Everyone working
together makes this happen.
What a better season than now to
give and everyone involved in this
is giving their time. It's really a
great event especially for the chil-
dren," said Community Activities
Director Brett Tracy, who along
with many helpers coordinated
the MWR event.
"We are also on our fifth year
with the Christmas Card Contest.
The first year we only had10
entries but we get more and more
participation each year. It's a
great way for commands to win
money, but what's really fun is
the competition between the dif-
ferent commands," said Tracy.
Jim Taylor of the NAS Jax
Division proudly accepts the
third place $200 check from
NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson.
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson (left) presents a check for $500 to Wanda Hinds, STG1 (SW)
Amy Townsend and OS1 (SW) Angel Medrano of the Naval Waterfront Brig Jacksonville for the best holiday card.
The Holiday Card Contest is sponsored by the Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Department each year.
The check will go to the department's MWR fund.
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Brown Q&A: Admiral discusses her career and life
From Page 1
Q: What would you do different-
ly if given a second chance?
A: I would definitely get out
more frequently and wander
around my own headquarters to
visit staff and go into the -region,
down in the trenches to see, better
understand and therefore better
represent and prioritize the issues
our installations struggle with in
their daily support of the warfight-
Q: You often talk and are known
throughout the region as a cham-
pion of the prevention of domestic
violence. Why domestic violence?
A: My previous job involved
being assigned in a collateral duty
to the Defense Task Force on
Domestic Violence (DTFDV) for
approximately three years. I
learned, as did the other members.
of the task force that there are a
few key reasons as to why domes-
tic violence continues in the
Department of Defense.
First, the act of domestic vio-
lence had not, previous to the
DTFDV been declared as inappro-
priate behavior. Second, leaders up
and down the chain of command
lack formal training on domestic
violence and third, abusers are not
consistently held accountable.
I realize that as a regional com-
mander with Fleet Family Support
Centers and Family Advocacy
Programs under my auspices, I
had a great opportunity to work
on all three of these gaps in an
effort to move closer to the ulti-
mate elimination of this scourge
on society and in a front to our
navy's s core values.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque/file
Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown, commander, Navy Region Southeast, reads
Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss to a group of preschoolers at the NAS
Jax Child Development Center April 14. The event was part of April's
Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month and was
sponsored by the Fleet and Family Support Center and Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department.
So, when the occasion is appro-
priate, I speak out against this
inappropriate behavior there is
no excuse for domestic violence.
We have sponsored annual train-
ing sessions for COs, XOs and
CMCs and we recently partnered
with the local community on a
domestic violence pilot project
called the Coordinated
Q: How did you come to be the
A: I was just plain lucky.
Although, I must say, by happen-
stance, I have had tours of duty,
which were perfect, "pre-requisite"
tours for being a regional com-
mander commanding officer of
an installation, OPNAV (N-46)
Shore Installation Management
and Navy Personnel Command
(PERS-6) Quality of Life.
Q: What advice do you have for
junior officers charting a career
A: Based on the lessons I have
learned growing in the Navy:
Ensigns and junior lieutenants
are lieutenants in training. Take
advantage of that position.
Observe leadership styles that
work and don't work, style one
that fits the best of your personali-
ty and refine it because once you
are a lieutenant, you will be
expected to use it.
"Ask the chief" they have a
strong role to play in your training
- give them an opportunity to
teach you what they know listen
to them. You may not always agree
with them but listen and if you
disagree, engage and discuss it
with them. They may have an
angle you have no way of knowing.
Beware of the fact that you will
be the same age with similar edu-
cation as the Sailors and chiefs for
whom you are responsible as a
division officer or department
head. The difference is reponsbili-
ty and accountability. It will be
tempting to pal around with them
- you can be friendly but you can't
be their friend and still be the
Go to sea/overseas while you are
young and before you have a fami-
ly. One has a lot more career choic-
es as a junior officer. The career
pyramid narrows the more senior
you get. Joint and Washington DC
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Q: Has Jacksonville been a good
community to work and forge
BROWN: Region bids farewell to admiral
From Page 1
:i "Ann Brown is a natural-
]y intelligent woman, a real
,people person with a lot of
common sense. My
'deceased dad, Ward, a for-
mer naval aviator, was the
one who inspired me to join
ithe Navy. Dad and mom
'were a wonderful pair,"
Brown started her mili-
tary career in 1974 after
completing Navy Officer
r Immediately after being
commissioned an ensign,
she reported to the U.S. Air
Facility, Sigonella, Sicily,
: "I didn't know what to
expect at my first assign-
ient," Brown said.
"However, it proved to be
challenging and magical all
4t once. I paid attention to
and learned from the
Chiefs. It was a great place
to be an ensign."
SFollowing a tour on the
staff of the Commander,
Pacific Fleet, Brown volun-
teered for the Women in
Ships Program and was
immediately assigned to
USS Prairie (AD 15) as the
operations officer and navi-
It was during this tour
that she qualified as a sur-
face warfare officer.
"My fondest memories
are of sea duty," said a nos-
talgic Brown. "Being
assigned on board a Navy
ship was very exciting for
me. And being a Navy lieu-
tenant on a ship made it
Moving steadily up the
career ladder, Brown
served on the staff of
Commander, Navy Surface
Forces Pacific from 1982-
84. Her next three tours of
'duty were with the
Military Sealift Command
SAfter serving with MSC
in San Diego and Washing-
ron, D.C., she served as
commanding officer, MSCO
directing the shipment of
VJ.S. Army vehicles and
equipment through north-
prn European ports in sup-
port of operations Desert
Shield and Desert Storm.
L Brown has had numerous
other assignments, includ-
ing being the chief of staff
for Commander, Naval
'base Seattle and com-
manding officer Naval
She then reported to the
staff of Chief of Naval
Operations as the director
of Shore Installation
(N46). From there, she was
assigned as the assistant
-commander, Navy Person-
all of my com-
Sings and go-
ings, he kept
n the staff fo-
cused. I am
m Afor his inte-
ship and wise
Photo by JO1 Mike England/file Brown said.
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear "There are a
Adm. Annette E. Brown gives her opening gazillion peo-
remarks at the third annual Executive ple in service
Leadership Training on Domestic Violence to our country
for commanding officers, executive officers today. There-
and command master chiefs at the NAS Jax fore, I rather
Officers' Club June 2. they don't
nel Command (Personal remember me, but focus on
Readiness and Community the warfighters. They are
Support), Millington, Tenn. the ones fighting for our
and in Oct. 2002, reported freedom," she said.
to Jacksonville as Corn- "You don't serve in a
mander, Navy Region manner that they will miss
Southeast. you when you go, but you
When asked how she felt serve in a manner that
about retiring, she replied, they don't miss you when
"It's time to move on and you go. This way, you will
although I will miss this know that you have done a
job, I will miss the people good job because the foun-
around me even more. dation you created is solid
They are what have made and will withstand
my 31-year journey fun change," she continued.
and I thank each and Brown, who calls home
everyone who helped me wherever her husband
along the way," Brown stat- Pete is at, plans to sail
ed. around the world with
Brown then paid tribute him.
to her chief of staff for the In closing Brown said, "I
last two years, Capt. feel privileged to have
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A: Yes, of course. You've heard
many say it Jacksonville contin-
ues to be the number one choice
for duty for Sailors. It is a place
where the local citizenry does not
take the presence of the military
for granted quite the opposite -
folks routinely make the point of
coming up to our folks in uniform
and thanking them for serving. So
on behalf of all the military in
Jacksonville, I say 'Thank you,
Q: What are your plans after
retirement? I heard you and your
husband, Pete, just bought a new
sailboat. Any big adventures on the
A: In the immediate future,
Pete and I will live aboard and go
sailing on our sailboat "Two
Loose." She is a 38-foot Hans
Christian sailboat designed for
open ocean cruising. Pete will be
the captain and of course, I will be
the admiral. Initially we will head
for Venezuela we hope to avoid
the hurricanes and then decide if
we want to go through the
Panama Canal to points further
west like Australia.
We may be gone for a year, we
may be gone for much longer than
that we will just have to wait
and see. I like to say we will be
"Footloose on TwoLoose."
Whatever we do and wherever
we go, Pete and I will remember
our time in Jacksonville as the
best Navy town in which we
served and Navy Region South-
east as the best tour that I've
had, because of the people we've
Jax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 8, 2005 13
An S-3B Viking, assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-24, prepares to launch
Chapman to retire
From PSD jax
Lynda Chapman, dep-
uty disbursing officer,
will retire after 31 years of
federal service Jan. 3. .
Chapman entered the
Navy Nov. 16, 1973, and
attended boot camp in
Orlando. During her first
tour with HS-1, she was
awarded Sailor of the
Month and was runner up
for Sailor of the Year for
Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
In 1977, Chapman was
discharged from the Navy
at the end of her enlistment
and began her civil service
career at the NAS
Jacksonville Navy Finance
Office in July 1978 as a
GS3 military pay techni-
When the Navy Finance
Office closed Jan. 29, 1979,
and the Personnel Support
Activity (PSA) Jacksonville
was established, Chapman
was reassigned to PSA
Jacksonville where she was
promoted to GS4 military
pay technician. She contin-
ued to rise through the civil
service ranks ultimately
becoming deputy disburs-
ing officer of Personnel
Support Detachment (PSD)
Jacksonville in September
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A committed professional,
she clearly attained the
reputation of "expert" on
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or entitlement issue.
Chapman led the way in
providing emergency sup-
port to more than 20,000
military and civilian per-
sonnel displaced due to the
2005 Hurricanes Katrina,
Rita and Wilma and count-
less other major disasters
Her lifetime accomplish-
ments resulted in the
awarding of the meritorious
civilian service award by
the commanding officer of
A retirement luncheon in
Chapman's honor will be
held Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. at
PSD Jacksonville. All NAS
Jacksonville personnel who
know or have worked with
her are invited to come by
and join the PSD Jax fami-
ly in wishing her "fair
winds and following seas."
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Steer clear of danger
Naval Safety Center advises caution on holiday highways
By Dan Steber
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs
In a recent radio interview, Commander,
Naval Safety Center urged Sailors and
Marines to make risk assessment a part
of their plans during this holiday season to
ensure the holidays are not only fun, but safe
Rear Adm. George Mayer advised all
Sailors and Marines to take it easy during
the annual holiday break.
"The holiday season is known for increased
traffic crashes," he said. "I urge everyone to
pay attention on the road, get plenty of rest
before a long trip, take frequent stops along
the way 10 to 15 minutes every couple of
hours and watch the weather."
Mayer went on to say that it's important for
Sailors and Marines to wear seatbelts in a
car and helmets on a motorcycle, stressing
that the Navy needs its people well-rested
and back safely to fight the global war on ter-
2006 Navy and Marine Corps
Safety Planner available
By Derek Nelson
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs
he 2006 Navy and
Safety Planner is
now available on the
Navy Safety Center Web
site. It includes com-
ments from senior lead-
ers and data snapshots,
and is an excellent
source of important safe-
ty dates throughout the
Each month focuses on
a theme, with explana-
tions of the hazard and
trends, along with useful
resources. The themes
Human factors engi-
neering and ergonomics
Recreation and off-
The planner also has a
full page of military, fed-
eral and other
Occupational Safety and
Health Web sites.
The Secretary of
Defense has challenged
the Department of the
Navy to achieve a 75 per-
cent mishap reduction by
"The Navy and Marine
Corps 2006 Safety plan-
ner is a valuable tool in
meeting this challenge,"
writes Rear Adm. George
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"The planner offers
many new opportunities
and time-tested tech-
niques for starting
and/or improving safety
As we all work to take
full advantage of these
opportunities, we will
make significant pro-
gress on our road to
eliminating all preventa-
ble mishaps," he contin-
Download the planner
to drink and drive.
"During the holidays, particularly New
Year's, some of our people will drink," he said.
"I urge our people to use designated drivers,
to call a taxi or to use the 'Safe Taxi' pro-
grams or to find alternatives to drinking. You
can have a good time and not drink."
"We want every Sailor and Marine to have
o pointed out that the most impor- a good visit with their family and friends and
on to practice safe habits is that the return to their command safely," Mayer said.
d Marine Corps don't want Sailors,
, civilians or families to suffer For more information on holiday travel and
d sorrow from a preventable mishap. safety tips, visit the Naval Safety Center Web
also urged Sailors and Marines not site at www.safetycenter.navy.mil.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville spring schedule
From the Navy College Office
The following courses are being offered by Florida
Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) on board
NAS Jax from' Jan. 9 through May 5. Registration is
open until Jan. 3. Active duty personnel must process
their tuition assistance (TA) request in the Navy College
Office before to the start of classes (please allow 48 hours
for TA processing). Navy TA will pay 100 percent of the
tuition cost up to 12 semesters (four courses) per fiscal
year. Call FCCJ at 771-3979 for more information.
The following classes are available this semester:
Course No. Course Day Place
MAC1105 College Algebra M Brig-25
ENC1101 English Comp I T Brig-25
STA2023 Elementary Statistics W Brig-25
HUM2450 Hum. in Americas TH Brig-25
MAT0024 Elementary Algebra W 966/254-18
AMH2010 U.S. History to 1865 M 966/254-18
CGS1000 Intro to Program & Alogorithm
MAT0024 Elementary Algebra T/TH 966/253
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glow track, automatic bumpers, an upgrad-
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Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11
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Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
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Jingle Bell Jog
Dec. 14,11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/ Antenna Farm
For more information, call 542-
For more information about I T.T trips or
ticket prices please call 542-3318.
Enjoy the following holiday performance
for only $26.50! Performances take place at
the Times Union Center in downtown
First Coast Nutcracker
Dec. 9-10, 8 p.m.
Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to E1-E5 single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Save Santa Scavenger Hunt
Now through Dec. 12
Find Santa and win $250!
Wrap it on Wednesday's
Stop by Liberty Cove on Wednesday's
and wrap your holiday presents!
Free paper, ribbon and bows provided.
$30, includes two rounds in the tunnel
Sign-up in Liberty Cove.
Jaguars Vs.. Colts Game
$5, includes ticket and transportation.
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club main office,
Reef & Beef
Gourmet all you can eat seafood and beef
buffet for $17.
Call 542-3041 for reservations.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
All movies are free at the base theater.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Deuce Bigelow (R)
Dec. 16, 7 p.m. Wedding Crashers (R)
Dec. 17, 5 p.m. Sky High (PG)
Dec. 17, 7 p.m. The Island (PG-13)
Dec. 23, 7 p.m. Transporter 2 (R)
Dec. 30, 7 p.m Valiant (G)
For more information about the marina
please call 542-3260.
Sailors participate in
Disney's Christmas parade
--, Armed Forces members
and their families partic-
L.,,', ipate in the taping of the
t B2005 WaIt Disney World
S'Christmas Day Parade
7 held at the Magic
Kingdom Sunday. The
parade is a salute to the
men and women of the
Armed Forces that will
be aired Christmas Day
at 10 a.m. Eastern time
on ABC. Military partici-
pants were given free
p transportation, breakfast.
and park tickets along
with four family mem-
bers or friends.
Photo by PH1(AW) Toiete Jackson
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As they set their timers, a group of runners take off from the starting line during last year's
Jingle Bell Run. The annual run will be held Dec. 14 at 11:30 a.m. starting on Perimeter Road
near the Antenna Farm. For more information, call 542-2930.
Fourth annual Light Up Your Boat
Saturday, 5 p.m.
Prizes awarded for "Tackiest Looking
Boat" and "Spirit of the Season"
Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental
for active duty.
Friday night events are for ages K-17.
For more information on the Youth Center,
Dec.17, Noon 4 p.m.
Mulberry Cove Marina
Free cookies and punch.
Snow in Florida!
For more information on the golf course,
call 542-3249. For information on
Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
No green fees, cart fee only.
Dec. 20 for active duty.
Dec. 22 for retirees and Department of
NAS Jax Senior Golf Championship
$60 per person
Call 542-3249 for more details.
For more information on the flying clu\
please call 777-8549 or 777-6035.
Ground School Classes are located on
second deck of the Auto Skills Center. The
Flying Club is now located at Building
847A on the north side of base.
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18 iax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 8, 2005
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-bbaters 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-
lion, call, 778-0805 or email
SPORTS & STANDINGS
This league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty and selective reservists ages 30 and
up. The games are played during lunch on
Tuesday and Thursdays. Commands want-
ing to join the league should stop by the
base gym or contact the sports office to get
the required paperwork to join the league.
3-on-3 basketball tourney
A Captain's Cup 3-on-3 basketball tourna-
ment will be held Dec. 12 at 5 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Gym. The tournament is free and
open to active duty only from NAS Jax.
Teams are comprised of three players from
their respective commands and commands
can enter multiple teams. Sign up by Dec. 7.
Sports officials and
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed
for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent
U.S. Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will showcase
elite active duty men and women in regional
races. Uniforms are provided as well as
transportation, entry fees, and lodging
costs. Interested runners must compete in
a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) race and your time must be one
of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race and your time
meets theregional qualifying time, contact
your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3H 30M Women 4H
Triathlon Men 2H 30M Women 3H
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
For more information about any of the
sports articles, call Bill Bonser, sports
coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, email
As of Dec. 2
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 3 0
VP-5 2 0
AIMD 2 1
Naval Hospital Blue 2 1
VP-30 Staff 2 1
Blount Island 1 0
HS-75 1 0
FACSFAC 1 1
Naval Hospital Gold 1 1
Security 1 1
VP-62 1 1
MEPS 1 2
VP-45 0 1
VP-30 Students 0 2
HS-7 0 3
Weapons 0 3
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 business
meeting the second Thursday of
each month from10-11 a.m. at
the Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park.
Mall. Members, meet for play-
groups, field trips,jMOMS Nite-
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Angela
Adams at 688-0077 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 encou.Aged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @ sar.med.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fll x.org.
The Castillo de San Marcos
in St. Augustine is looking for
individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
The group, which does interpre-
tations and reenactments in St.
Augustine, needs volunteers for
their cannon and musket firing
programs. For more information,
call Joe Brehm at (904) 829-
6506, Ext. 232.
The 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.
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12:30-2:00 Stress Management/Relaxation
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8:00-10:00 Shop for Health Commissary
10:00-11:00 Change: Why is it so hard?
11:00-1:00 Lunch (Sweet tomatoes or on your
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for us to be good stewards of the precious dollars we have
available to us.
I realize we all would like to see higher BAH rates:'.
Unfortunately, cheating the system is the wrong way to
approach achieving an increase. For most of us, the way we
gain more BAH is by advancing in paygrade. -
If you are E4 or below and you do not have a family, Y4E
are not entitled to BAH. In time, that may change, but Ti
now, that's the rule. Falsifying a marriage is against the law<
and the Navy is continuing to audit the records and seek:'
out anyone who is guilty of this offense.
For those of you in the approval chain for BAH requesif:
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family member and proof of residence in area for which
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Please uphold our high standard, that allows each of you,,
to be treated like an adult, and most importantly sleep at -
night knowing you don't have to continually worry about' .
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honest. Remember Honor, Courage, and Commitment.
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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 a 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 email Wilma
Stanley at countryladyis34@ya
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a
charitable organization that pro-
vides new clothing to needy
individuals and families is look-
ing for volunteers. DUW and the
NAS Jax Chapel have formed a
partnership to assist military
families that became victims of
Hurricane Katrina. The volume
of clothing coming in and going
out of DUW on a daily basis has
escalated. The organization
desperately needs more volun-
teers Monday through Saturday
to help sort the truckloads of
incoming clothing and then pack
this clothing into boxes for distri-
bution to the area chapels. For
more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email
pmcdonald @ dignityuwear.com.
HabiJax looking for
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O'Neal at 421-9158.
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 sgallo@cummer.
Habitat for Clay
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc., serves Green
Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information,
call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at
MWR looking for lifeguards
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department is
looking for lifeguards for the NAS Jax indoor pool
. to work weekdays from 10:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and
on weekends at various times.
Applicants must have a lifeguard certification.
Lifeguards earn $6.50 to $10 per hour based on certifica-
tions and experience.
For more information, contact Diane Long at 542-3111
or Tim McKinney at 542-2930/3239.
Photo by PH2 Susan Cornell
PHAN Jacqueline Hall picks up palm tree fronds at NAS
Jacksonville during a command monthly base cleanup
Nov. 22. Hall is assigned to the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5.
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S904-233-4231 House in Riptilde The Broxson Team" y ah me f
RealEa Roundwood Glen Ct. Call 246-951/327-0354 oi a Gimmick imp a e sture
o Sen 2160sf +18x9 scrn lanai. JAXBCH-4100sf Commr" Noto mc imnaGe
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230-292 Geo$ia2Counties upgrds $36.9 8685 Ca 904-248-0860
294Fernandina/ .F, 3 neaoUNF4/3 Jax Bch O'nfrontCondo Nfir those who serve.
AmeliaIsland 2yrs/old8sqft Newly remodeledl/1
3wwwive/Ortegs k Axoseancondo.comb I IIntegrity Home & Finance.Inc.
30S Southside com/lionel.htm lot at Jax Beach, 2300sf. I V 'm YOUR#ISource
310 Mandarin 306 Intracoastal Old Atlantic Beach-4fRII&L
315 Arlington )3,00sf home, walk to
320 Westside beach, shops. includes 1 We're the ONLY
322WA tId3/2, 24Os lots of home office, den,2
rg1upgrades. Culdesac lot, master BRs. Great I company offering at s "
32SNorh Jacksonville $295K. 716-3946 kitchen. Call 721-6352orIcompanR
326SprinBPfield 608-5673 1 least 80% Closing UL__aly eri ce
330Beaches 2200sf lots of upgrades, RTO -3/2, gar, fncd yd, -_.. ..._--__C st c
$340K. 904-613-3501 nice n'hood. $1200mo, I CostsAssisanceon
$5k down, poor T J019M Mo
114e neeights/ ICWbuilt2003,4060sf iv/ ok. _800-09-9083 or I EVERY qualifying %
Meirose total under 5253sf, 303-918-9399
340eSt.nJohn's County kit & bar. 2nd study.$213k-904-704-3777
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35Nassau County Bur 33S l I for more in formation.ii ii ii i i
370 Lots for Sale A 3/2, scr prch new poolNONnOONHOM-NON -NON!
375 Farms/Acreage FSBO 3/2,w1477sf. $189K, crpt, pnt, app Is,nenextPto
m 3769 oe 12/10,10-4p. C2aCO. Sch. $169,900 APARTMENTS
382 Retirement Comm. 904-260-4179 626,3604 or 282-4958 VAiLOA NS
385Miscellaneous FSBO 3/2 in Marbon ARAVA Brand New 4/2 1100 _eagate Ave. Neptune Beach (904)249-5611
39DReal Estate Wanted Pointe off Marbon Rd. 1950sf, $209K. water 1 Seagate Ave -Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611
$235K Call 260-8422 view, agent, 213-0027
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WINDSOR POINTE Off
Hodges Blvd. 2nd fir, 2/2,
fplugar, overlooks pondl
?1 .500. 904-327-2411
360 Out of Area/
I PALM COAST
New executive home.
Over 3 ,000 sq. ft.,
master suie ot
dining. lvlng &
family rooms. Plenty
of room for pool.
Frrenl. Infinity Realty.
a 38I44600 office
386- 986 0828 cell
ROAN MTN, TN. 4/2,31ev,
2200sf, brand new cabin,
25min. to Watuaga Lake,
Top rated down hill Ski
Mtns within 40min cross
country Skiing 15mins.
4mI from RoaneMtn State
Park & close to Bristal
VOLUSIA CO. WATER-
FRONT lovely 3 bed/2ba
on 3 acres on the St.
Johns River. large
boathouse & dock.
high & dry. $1.100,000
Call Custom Realty, Inc.
for your appt. (386)
100L RENTAL MOBILE
HOMES FOR SALE
2/1's & 3/2's
ISMIN TO BCH -3/2. furn,
new apple, w/d, $12,999
Quiet area 874-7629
ALL SET UP -in Pleasant
Ortega Village, 3/1.5
MH $750mo $325 mo for
6Omo. + lot rent of
$362mo. Also 2/1,
60 dn $280mo for
60mo + lot rent $262mo.
2005 2/2 Sem net re
Gated Comm. Front
deck on shaded lot.
Call Brionna 783-2460
CERAMIC SHOWER 4/2
STAINLESS STEEL APPL.
CALL (904)n225- 0222
CHADWICK No credit
check. 3/2 stove/frig
D, washer/dryer, vinyl
sid, shngl roof. $2500
eq, $350 mo. 730-8606
h Cheap Living Mins
from NAS 93
l,2BR/2BA Fully 6 ur-
nished, nice park,
carport, 2 sheds, new
on any new or used M/H
with low down pint -
SCall Sandy now and get
preapproved over the
Why Rent when you can
own for much less Call
now and be in your new
home before Christ-
mas Owner will Finance
Call Sandy @ 695.2255
FLEETWOOD 14x80 3/2,
stove/frig, DW, washer
dryer deck. awning,
shed. $10,800. 730-8606
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $595 Mo.
LAND -N -HOME
All of NE Fla, and SE Ga
5500 Down FREE Qualifying
Call 477,4225 or Email at
MARIETTA New land/
home package close to
town 4/2 ready for u
now. Call 891-4099
MIDDLEBURG 4/2 ON 1 ACRE
"500 DOWN $718/MO.
CALL 477-4225 OR EMAIL
MIDDLEBURG Clay Hill
area, '98 3/2 DW newly
remod. on 1 ac. $65K
MOVING MUST SELL!
3/2, 1525sf+ over 2 acres
of land. Won't last!
$650 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley 874-1862
2/1 $1900.00 moves you
in! Bad credit good
credit OK! 249-9546
3/2 w/ $1000.00 down
Call Rebecca 246-7684
3/2 large covered porch
Bad credit, good credit
2 & 3 bedrooms
Low D/P, Low MoXthly
E-Z Financing. 246-7684
1280sf, 3/2, low D/P
At the Beach, Like New!
Call 514-6710 or
PV Fleetwood '98,
U' MOVE. 904 536-8051
Land Home Package!
3/2 Double Wide on 2
acres in Jacksonville.
$900 Down. $595 Mo.
SETUP ON 1.2 ACRES
4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
WrIH POOL CALL 225- 0222
VAGABOND 28X70, 4/2
den, stove refrig D/W,
ch&a, fplc, scr porch.
carport. Beaches area.
$14,800. Call 730-8606
W'SlDE -RTO 3/2 Double
Wide, new cpt, $1k down,
Normandy Est. 998-3933
370 Lots for Sale
10.1 acres off Cowpin Rd,
in Glen- St. Marys, FL.
$50K. 764-5701 Iv mssg
12 lots $25K ea or 12
$294K Nusisbaum Dr
W. Jax 904- 529-9992
Baker Co. 1 acre on
paved rd, quiet nbrhd,
BY OWNER: 3.5 acre lot
on 210 west (white-
call 904- 737-5118.
ST. MARYS, GA -Osprey
Cove lot 398, corner of
red Cedar & Osprey Cir.
$129,900 firm. Call
West of Kerman,
Bayonne St. 90 x 215.
$130K obo. 371-0997
ZONED AGR-4, -Great
tax break, Forest Edge
Estates, 2 lots begin-
ning at $14i,9k. Abuts
with access to Jen-
nings State Park,
hi & dry. To view.
9 -3.4264 or
904-396-4218 Iv msg.
3 5 Farm/
CallahanOGr in, Pavea
rdLfrrt A13, acres ,Il
786 J36 2662
HANCOCK CO. GA.
13y Pa.:rs creek. ine' .
hunting. or er agents g
$2195 .r s3cre Dr3ake
w%ww.landojf georg.a orm
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FALL LAND SALE
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Florida Land & Ranches
LumberCity GA, 120 ac,
Farm Base Paymt,
Nestled in the mtns of
NC. log cabin shells on
1-7 acre tracts starting
@C $89 ,900. Acreage w
Sriceless views! Free
ravel & overnig ht w
/purchase 828- 256-1004
OVER 2000 ACRES deep
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C3li 912 399 4233
WARE CO. SOUTH GA.
2j,' xcr,-s 90 r,- 1 1J3K.
-.1995 per 3 re Dr3ke
3r~acD,ge-J-,r)i 3 :,:.m
ZONED AOR-4, -Great
tax break, Forest Edge
Estate 2 lots begin-
nlng ts$14L9k, Abuts
with access to Jen-
nings State Park,
hi & dry. To view.
904-396-4218 IV msgi.
38 O Investment
No Money Down
2 Hr App/2 Day Closing
Bo Strin ger
* Rehab Draw Up Front
* No Pre- Pay Penalties
* No Junk Fees
* 36- Hour Closings
* Highest % LTV
* No Money Down
* 100% Financing
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904,233-4231
7 adjacent, cleared,
buildable lots. Historic
Sprin field. $250K.
Great cash on cash
Let me make your ob
easier. Call me to ay
for the best investment
deals possible. Expect
to double your inven-
tory. Financing avail.
Handyman Special Cheap
Several Properties all
Rehabbed some rented.
80% ARV. 388-9811
Talleyrand 2 Tenants
$100mo. $83k. 733-8118
Learn Real Est. Investing
It's Free! 904399-0463
Save or Sell
OWNER FINANCING BY
Sign a note & move in.
avail. Poor credit OK!
3 0 Real Estate
distressed, vacant or
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL III
Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
427Mobile Home Lots
435 Rooms to Rent
4S5 Wanted to Rent
Avondale 2/1,2nd floor
1000sf coy. parking
remod. $750m. 387-2833
Near JU, 2BR/1.5BA
large 2 story, central
heat& air, W/D hkups,
fully equip kit, mini
blinds. $585mo (util.
not included). $500
security dep. Appli-
cation &credit check
required. Clean &
Sall 724. 7800 ext 2471
Come and See Avondale's
Most Presglous Rlerloni
Highrlse Rental Community
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3946 5 SL Johns Ave
g i BEAUTIFUL
1 &2 B' 2 Pools
STARTING AT $485
Close to shopping,
FCCJ & Downtown!
CALL HOWl 387-293
CF & NAS 2BR DUPLEX
NEW CPT AND TILE, FEN YD.
REF REQUIRED $595778.289
NEPT BCH 2/1. 2blks fror
Bch. lst+dep. $925m.
AvI 1/1/06. 904- 422-5298
405 Apartments 410 C
N RTHSIDE 16OOs
$540-$;745 pools, B
12,M3 BR's Buslne
Ashey 7rk NO REN
t Apartments 94$S
1, 3el,2&3BRs. Ir 3/2TH
$99 pos peclall 1250 m
CAL 751.1510 S'sideBa
NORTHSIDE -L brand 1/2aOff.9
new, 1/1 apts. Must S-
94-74-_1 Rent or
9 -7 8118Call 343-9
O.P. -2/2, wetbar, fplc,
patio, fully equip kit.
5650 294-6903 415
RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR, CH&A,
hardwd floors, clean.
goodn'hood, near hosp ATL BCH
$5 ode.384-6755 ocean,
WESTSlDE -2/1, CH&A,
w/w cpt, good loc, nr Eagle Ha
1295. $955 874-0788 ready
WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&A,
dishwas her. W/D KIngsIeyl
hookup. $625, 573-2024 Dock, b
W 'side/Downtown $850moa
new kitch & bath.$595m PVB Stel
Call 904-962-9098 2/3, ne
W'SIDE Newly renov 1 & lagoon,
2 Br's on Ortega River. furn,$1
quiet n'hood on site ***
mgr, nr public transp.
410 Condominiums 420
Bay mead/9A Overlook all area
140sf, 3/2, lst fir, wtr, Call the H,
cbl. incl $1150.728-2244 1 C
BAYMEADOWS/ 9A, t 4 4b
-2/2, gated, cov prkg, yar
$925mo. 434-4989 port
Baymeadows/9A gated M 4a
water view, 3/2 FIRST
MO. FREE I $1395 807-8757 ARGYLE/
BAYMEADOWS @ 9A gar, lac
-overlook condo 3/2
all apple, w/d, utils, pool ARGYLE 3/
& fitness, coy rkg SCREENED
$1000/mo 535-7501 REF REQUI
DAYTONA BCH -ocean- ARGYLE -
front, 2/2, 9ft cell in jacuzzi,
den, furn/unfurn, $2500 great s
annual or season only. 1250+d
Nuhomefinders LiC. R.E.
FT. CAROLINE Brand New fir
3/2,1500sf, $1250m, $500d solau
Hammock Grove at a mount
Kernan Forest. call 779
MLS 273619 re
Realty, Robin 707- 1931 ARL 3/1
GATE PARKWAY remod flrg/stov
3/2 gates all ameni-
ties $1295. Call 272-3308 Ar
GREAT CONDO roo
NEAR BASE (Collins Rd.) X' wc
3 bdrm/2.5 bath plus loft. carpor
$1100 monthly. Greg drve
ICW -/ WOLF CREEK depi
-3/2, brand new, SSATLBCH
apple, w/d, gated, comm AT BC I
pool, many upgrades. Ist+de
close to beach and 9A, 422-529
$1350mo. 509-6001 AVONI
days, 223-5667 eves. inside,
Mand/Williams Walk fncd yd
Brand New 2/2, home, $
$1000m. 687-9846 BEA(Hi
MANDARIN GLEN -2/2, Ocean
333-8677 292-1414 w/pool.
M'BURG/RAVINES Golf BENDING
Club, lbr unit furn, w/d. brk fplc
$600m 557-5829/225-9955 b k yd,
O.P. -RTO, Guar CLAYCO
nPannci n d$800mo. Beauty,
Natures Ideaway $1500
Blanding Blvd. NEWa Nautilu-
S276-644 CLAY CO
OCEAN FRONT Fenced
AAAH Beautyl Luxury Orange
2/2 $1775mo. Avail. 2bal;
12/15 Call 800-758-7658 Plar
Beach, ground fir, 2/2, Downto
$1650mo. 221-0634 rbcru,
ORTEGA RIVERFRONT omil nc
Luxury 2/15 Prem Kit $1590me
W/D. Pool, Gym, Gateti Siso
All New, No pets/ NS E. Arl., 4/3
$1100mo. 904-384-7661 lawn svc.
PALENCIA new gated, I Eagle Hal
3/2, pro furn & decor, construe
Scov prk htd pool, utl upscale
incl, $1550 + dep. 276-967
Call 815-245-7293 967
PONTE VEDRA AIA comm.
Summerhouse Condo's. 962-411
All sizes & floor plans. Vangua
Townhomes also avail. FOR REN
Dec. FREE !! 2000+sf
Make Your Deal TodayLI gar, $11
Jennifer 917- 859-785. school,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
$1095 a month. 1 r GILMOR
lease 2b/2b, 1032 sqt. TON Re
Avail now. Newly laund $
renovated. View com- n
p lex online- IT
com. Contact Melissa
(858) 243-3003. Cats Ok. Ca ne
PONTE VEDRA E. of AlA $1190/r
2/2fpl,w/d 1c gar, 9&
$1100mo Call 285-1164 ICW/Ind
PONTE VEDRA Ocean newly
Grove 2/2, renov, amen, $1400r
$1100/mo 904-819-0709 904-992
PVB/E. AlA Lg Nice 2/2
TH, w/d, 155sf $1100m ICW/Wa
Grt loc. N/S, N/P 645-5225 Palm 3/
PVB Belleza. 3/2, vltd last, s
ceils, Huge 1400sf ICW -4,
$1375mo. Terry 318-9635 $1400m
SPVB COLONY- 2/2 borhoo
Private view garage, ICW -4/2.
w/d, walk to beach, no con
smokers, East AlA $1400+d
$1050. Erin or Shannon
PVB COLONY 2/2 s
private vIew garage,
nw/d, walk to beach, no backyai
smokers, east AIA, 1st, las
$1100, Erin or Shannon,
PVB Condo Belleza 2/2
Exec. condo lbr/2ba,
fully furn. w/d, cbl golf
pool ava 9th hole $675m
282-0009 or 923-7600
REGENCY -3/2 appi eqp,
220-3917 651-2222 8121 L
R'slde Waterfront 4/2/2
2b/1.h w/d, see. prkg.
lease, $1200ml g82- ,3-, 80861"
SAN JOSE at The Colony 3/2/2
New lux 2/2, new appI,
carpet, steps to pools
$950m+dp. 395-9929 8061
San Marco 1/1, $700mo, 4/2/2
Immaculate. 733-6741 OR
SAN MARCO 2/1, For Rent 590
2043 Dunsford Tar. Free 3/2.
wtr, pool $650. 641.6219 Large F
New gated community, MI
pool, clubhouse. 1937
3\2 atlo and garage
*.$1175\ mo All appi,
incl .Call (904)645-7374.
SOUTHSIDE 2/2 on lake,
; crnd patio, fplc,. /,
r ;950mo. 904-962-5975
Please fill out
this form in
black or blue ink.
f, w/d, dw, 2
BB ct, fitness,
Bss cntr, new
S iaclo us,
-, gar, scr. lanai,
rtram Pk 3/2.5
1325m. 1st mnth
lago TH 2/2.S,
H Half block to
fully furn, 2/2
arbor Turn key
7 358 1868
oat ramp, 2/1
ble Dec. 1st.
ps from the Bch
w crpt, pool on
,ofc, Ig yd fully
own U OWN
as EZ Qualify
CW Sutton Lakes
br, 2.5 bath, huge
rd, close to May-
t Community Pool.
n Rd. 2/1, 1 car
c. $695; 699-9914
2 GREAT RM, FPLC
: PATIO, LG BKYD.
RED $995 778&2897
all brand new,
chis, 2 story
r rent 3/2 with
ndry room $1875
h, $800 deposit
.5, 1200sf, new
e, $1200m + 1st,
rlington 3 bed-
m 2 bath, hard-
ood floors, fire-
ace, central air,
t/garage, 5 car
New 4/2 gar, fnc
p. $1295m. 904-
DALE All new
3/1, ch/a cpt,
a, 1250sf, bock
2/2.5 + office,
$2K mo 280-2805
c, very open, mg
2 car gar,
1,3/2/2, DR, fl,
mo. + dep '3125
3br 2ba. 1636sf
e Park South 3br
own-Lg 1h 'I
sland The PlaZ3.
I. 2 p.rk SOOiS.
lanai, nr Kernan
rbor TH 3/2 New
e area, $1300.
2 or 264-6805
island, The Links
4.5 golf course
S Jerry Medina,
NT/ SALE -new
f, 4/2.5, fp 2 car
850mo. close to
hosp, 3 min to
,, dep. req.
E, W OF STOCK-
hab 3/1, snrm,
louse For Rent
ak Leaf Planta-
on 3/2 1750 sqft,
Ian Springs 4/2,
remod. fncd yd,
m, 1st & last"
/2, $1800m, 1st,
/2, Pablo Pt.
no. Nice Neigh-
.5 ha, new, 2200sf.
in pool, Irg yd
dep. 904 -642- 2910
W Near Mayport
story, 3/2.5, 1 car
st, sec. 728-2794
ICW new house 4/2,
appli. avail today 296
Southern Rose Dr.
$1500 m. 12466 Tropic
Dr. E. $15001omo. 235
Guava Ct. $1600 MO.
JAX BCH Holly Dr. 3/2,2
car, fenc'd yd, tile firs,
$1300 + dep. 614-5278
JAX BCH remod 4/3
2000sf, $2000mo. Call
9 0 JAX BCH RIP TIDE
3/2 w/ soft new
I c appliances, fpl, tile,
cell fans, 2 car gar.. yd
main. include sorink/sys.
$1400+ dep., 15 mins. NS
Mayport, H220- 0048, C
JCP Townhouse 3/2
Lake view/end unit
Spacious 3Br, Living
room, family room +
formal Dinning room.
huge kitchen, fully
fenced yard. aqueasy
Clean. $1450m. 280-2805
LAKE MAGNOLIA Brand
new 3BR/2BA town-
house with two-car
garage. Lawn mainte-
nance included. No
p ets. N/S. $995.
LAKEWOOD, 3/2 fplc, wd
firs, SS Appliances,
3/1, updated, garage,
waterfront 2/2.5, fpl,
gar, $1100 737-2542
MAND. 3/2, fpl, eat-n-kit,
w/d, patio rm, priv. fnc
yd, $1300m. 294-7632
MAND. PT. LN 3BR/2BA,
ch/a, kit. ept, fen yd.
MAND 2/2, 2cgar, scr.
patio, fpl, fncd yd,
Mand 3/2, 2 car garage.
3562 Barbizon Ct. 868-3381
MANDARIN 3/2, 1700 sq
ft, vaulted ceilings
w/skylights & ceramic
tile floors, frplc, 2 car
gar" Ig yard, Ig scrnd
atio, alarm sys w/d
hkup gmstr suite &
his/herbathrm w/2 Ig
walk-in closets, gar-
den tub. Walk to Man-
darin schools & local
park, easy access to
incids lawn svc & alarm
svc, $1,000 deposit, 1 yr
lease, cats ok w/dep,
avail 1/1, 434-1491.
CH&A W/D o$1050mO +
dep. CaIll 403-0588
MAYPORT -4/2.5, $1395mo,
fncd yd, Wonderwood/ AlA,
Call Don 904-382-1023
MURRAY HILL 2BR/1 bath
W/D hook up CH/A,
fncd, $750 662-3846
Murray Hill 3/2
7 garage, frpic, $895mo.
Northside 3/1 $695/mo
ch/a, 5 min to EWC & 95
new remod Kelly 608-4910
NORTHSIDE -4442 Friden
Dr. 2/1 & 1534 Mcco-
nihe St. 2/1. 374-9394 or
NORTHSIDE -New 4/2. 2
car gar, $105mo. mO.sec
NR AIRPORT -Brand new
home, 5/3, aprx 2900sf,
N'side-8531 Howell Dr.
3/2, fenced back yard,
NS RENT 2 OWN
$725.$850mo. Bad credit
OK. Work for Meity
O.P./ MAG. PT GCC
comm. voeo Iathrred
00sf, ike new
1300, Dr's Inlet.
O.P. -St. Johns River
5/3.5, panaramic view,
OAKLEAF -3/2, new
$1175mo, 1/2 off first month
Bryant Realty 272-9395
Oak Leaf Area. Bent
Creek. Golf Comm 4/2.
I OAKLEAF I
5/3-5, Exceptional U
OAKLEAF TH. 3/2.5 / 1,
great loc. Gated comm,
OP/OAKLEAF 4br homes
avail now, from
OPCC 5/3; 2 car gar, 24hr
sec. $2000/mo + dep.
771-1116 ask for Mila
3BR/2 Bath, large
fenced yard, 3
miles to NAS.
291-4316 $900 mo.
OP MALL 2/2 & 3/1.5 cu/a
Kit eqpt fen Rent to own
$725+dep. AvI 269-4765
ORANGE PARK 4/3.5
5 min to NAS
2700 soft, Irg back
yrd, plus office
space, 2 car grg
ARGYLE SAN MARCO
eafcrest Drive 2043 Dunsford Terr.
, 1745SF $1095 #30,2/1, 900SF $695
, 1745SF $1095 MANDARIN
11301 Lake Mandarin
Wellback Lane ( Circle East
, 1745SF $1095 1/1.5/1, 1044SF $795
William Penn WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
1500SF $925 1319 Ardmore
Fenced Backyd! 4/2/2, 1745SF $1295
ApopkaDrive 758 MacKenzie Circle
2, 1228SF $895 4/2/2, 1745SF $1275
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Ortega 2000sf 4395
McGirts Blvd. 3/2, LR,
DR, + kit & den. Beau-
tiful, ige yd. 6mo Ise
PALENCIA -new 4/3,
2500sf. walk to club,
tenn, pool, golf, $2400
Ponte Vedra Beach
Great house near beach.
2/2 Modern kitch,
fenced yard, garage
RIVERSIDE -3/2, CH&A,
great cond, $850mo.
2548 Phyllis St. 744-2442
RIVERSIDE 408 Sunshine
St. $400dep $485mo.
2/1 no pets, 724-3096
R'side Huge Brk Charmer
3/1 Beautifully renov.
hw fl ch&a, frph. hkup
+ dep. 730-0024
SSIde- 2BR/1BR, Irg Ivrm
and ktchn, sun rm. $850
S'SIDE 3/,2, LR, DR, FR,
coV p atio, 2cgar, fnc,
S'side Waterleaf New
over 3000sf, 4/2.5, all
apple, $1900m. 422-8053
ST. AUG. 3/2,1600sf, on
presv. near Hartley MS,
$1950m, Will consider
St. Johns Co/Golf & C.C.
4/3 2400sf. 2 car gar.
Golf & lake viewbeauti-
ful. 30 x20 screened
lanai. End of culdesac/
ST. JOHNS CO. -/CR210,
3/2 Ig fncd yd, comm
gol, tenn, pool, all appI,
HWY 210W S. Hampton
Beautiful 4/3, w/fam rm,
golf course view. $1700m
sec.avail now 904-655-6571
VILANO BCH Beachfront
3/2, all app, 2 decks,
gar, $1600. 669, 041S
WESTSIDE -2/1, CH&A,
carport. gar, shed, fncd
lot, $775. 904-786-5503
SWESTSIDE 3 BR/2BA,
2 car garage, scm
porch fen yard, New
DEC. MOVE IN SPECIAL, sm
pets ok. Claudia 463- 5499/
$1075 mo, $975 sec.
4 Westside near HAS
JAX 3bdrm/2ba w/
I garage, no pets,
904-807-8358 for appt. or
Ren,-v 4-2. f1t0.,. $I lO0-
denr No mkg 779.0440
W'slde- 295 & 103rd SL
OakhI Park. 7860 Lancla
St. 3/2, newly remod-
eled. $1000 dep.$875mo.
2yr lease preferred.Close
to schools & shopping.
W'SIDE 3/2, $950m+dp.
5min to HAS JAX. No
W'SIDE 3/2, CH&A, 2ac on
Cedar River, boatramp
& dock $1100mo
W'side 3/2.5 1 Car, New
option $1250m 866-2948
W'SIDE 838 Granville Rd.
$695mo.2/I rg kit& DR,
scrn frntprch, brand
new apple. CompI rehab.
W'SIDE Mcdaniels Dr.
2/1, house, carport. A/C
$600. 2/2 trailer. CH&A,
W'SIDE HR O.P. 2BR 1BA
SMALL COTTAGE. QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 17752897
W'S Near O.P. 3br ch&a
pets $795+dep. 777-8617
4111 San Pablo Rd. S.
12722 Ariana Ct,
7701 Timberlin Park #1531
1726 Ryar Rd. #3
351 Brier Rose
628 Crystal Way
612 Crystal Way
2302 Tegner Dr.
1014 Memorial Park
1216 Adrian CtL
4535 Plymouth St.
4440 Melvin Cir. W.
6018 Wilson Blvd.
DW on prvt lot. $750 $875
Call Greg 376-5190
AS LOW AS $500.0 DOWN
CH&A. no pets, $600mo
2br unfurn w/lrg LR, CH&A,
extras, cr ck $515 389-2158
N'slde-DW, 3/2.2 acres.
$850mo, CH&A, Ig front
O.P. Double wide 3/2,
nice Park. pool, tennis,
2/1.5 big fenced yard
$625mo + dep 730-0024
W'side-3/2, no pets,
$6O0mo + $600 dep.
W'SIDE SW very clean,
nice yd, no pets, $525m.
$525d p. 891-5393
ARGYLE FOREST -need M
roommate for 3/2
house, NS working
prof. cornmfeta use of
house, prv hba, $400+
Argyle Lovely neighbor-
hood. fully furn rm. w/
TV, ph, linens hse privi-
leges. Avail 1/1 379-7935
Arlington 3 bed-
k room 2?bath,
equally, 1 month
deposit, p.o.c. Robert
Meggs 904- 234- 3652.
BAYM/9A, Fern share TH
Gatedpool,ex rm, share
FLEMING ISLAND -4/2,
prof M seeks fern mpref
w/d, cbi net, all utils,
O.PK M/F seeking NS,
hm w/ina pool, nr NAS/
OP Mal, $385/mo. +
util. Dave 904-424*2533
ST. NICHOLAS Gar. Apt.
All util Incl, cbl, w/d,
W'side- nice home.
$125wk util incl. Non
wantede375 + 1/2 until.
Pets ok. 294-6765
ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS
low dally/wkly rates
10% off for wkly room
KINGS INN 725-3343
EXTREMELY NICE priv
ent priv ba frig mcwv,
1 & 2 BDRM -furn apts
for the holidays.
Southside Westside &8
ROAN MTN, TN. 4/2,31ev,
2200sf brand new cabin,
25mmn. to Watuaga Lake.
Top rated down hill Ski
Mtns within 40min, cross
country Skiing 15mins.
4mi from RoanMtn State
Park & close to Bristal
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
51 Retail/Office Space
2 Units 1000 SF ea. Mac-
clenny- SR121 & 1-10.
Both Currently Leased.
JAX BCH 4100sf Comm
Bldg on 3 lots. $699k.
LAKE CITY, FL, 5000sf
bldg. on 1.67AC -former
restaurant 40K traffic
ct. 1.7M 386-755-2309
3035 Preserve Landing Dr. 4/3 2300
573 Hardeeville Ct. 5/2 1750
10342 Woodley Point Dr. 5/2.5 1600
570 Lady Lake Rd. W. 4/2.5 $1500
598 Misty Morning Ct. 1/2 off 1st mo 3/2 1400
1493 Biscayne Bay Dr. NEW 3/2.5 $1200
12292 Coconut Grove 3/2.5 $1200
1463 Biscayne Bay Dr. 3/2 1100
1427 Biscayne Bay Dr. NEW 2/2.5 $1000
1527 Biscayne Bay Dr. NEW 2/2.5 1000
1203 Carthage Dr. 3/1 $900
11245 Bruce Dr. 3/1.5
9620 Harriet Ave. HUD 3/1
4534 Lincrest Dr. S. 4/2
6530 Oak Leaf Rd. 3/2 $775
1747 W. 4th St. #1 2/1
1747 W. 4th St.2/1
12 Mo rey St. 2/1 $950
' Dan Jones & Associates, Inc
Ask About Specials!
500 Commercial/ 605 Schools 707 Driver
500 Industrial 60
For Sale Medical Career
Want to help people?
WANTED Business Owner Train in less time
seeks 1-3 acres comm than you think
oeroperty. Owner fin or Career Service Available Heavy equipment
ase opt referred. Financial Aid available experience preferred.
Call 904-81-3321 for those who qualify op pay, excellent
Training includes an benefit package
Commercial F externshipl including OT, medi-
aFor aBrochure call nowl cal & paid vacation.
505 Industrial 800-719-7249 Call 904.276-9575
For Rent Sanford Brown Institute Fax 904-247-9704
10255 Fortune Pkwy, ste 501 Fa947-7
2500SF Warehouswork Jacksonville, FL, 32256 DFWP/EOE
s ace roll-up doors
close to -To1; 1-95
o to,-2o -g REAL ESTATE *--mpn
$80oOT. 727-464-9900 Company
SUNBEAM RD Ofc/Whse 1 Week Day Class Dec 5 'N Drivers
mOOsqft, $650 + dep. 8 Week Eve Class Jan 9
737-3962 or 403 9668 Superior Instruction $1000 Sign on
WSIDE Zoned CCG1. (904) 269-255
597 5S Edgewood 70001s Florida Real Estate Instit. Owner Operators
5.000. Storage. e 00m $2000 Sign on Bonus*
Lease or 5ale. 7108009 705 Financial *Paid First 2 Weeks
705_______WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
515 Office Space or more yrs exp.
FerpR t LOAN OFFICER/ MTG ClassACDL-Hazmat
t BROKERexp'd, local -Home most
ofc, ability to loan all 50 weekends
Full Service Executive states. 90% comm. *Co. starting pay
Offices & Suites fur- immedstart733 -1554. $.31-34/mile
nlshed prime Univer- www.netioanpartner.com 0/OP pay 90/mile
sity blvd. location in + fue supplement
newly renovated pro- MORTGAGE PROCESSOR $.01 Safety Bonus
fesslonal building. 24 Immed start Exp req'd. Medical Dental 401k
hour security. HUB, Ca11904.733-l554 .525 Weekly Service
Empowerment & -$25 WeeklyServic
Enterprise Zone. Vari-Bnus
ous sizes avail. Janu- 06 Accounting/ Bonus Call
52 -7 0643C7all
ary i3st. 561-512-7432 Bookkeeping 1 Greg
MANDARIN -HOT SPOT Bchs InsuranceAenc 800-723-3424 for info
-2300f, brick. Gr, Bookkeeper, 2yr
Physician/Other 230.2221 College AcctEiee
exp.re r. op. income
WESTSIDE -avail 12/15, w/bnfts. Fax resume Driver
775sf, perfect for 904-285-3572. DFSFWP
attorney, ins, mt co. Drivers wanted.
4570 St. Johns ve. TAX PREPARER/ Make$500to
904-277-7056 BOOKKEEPERM per$Week
FT, perm. Must have 2yrs $800 per week
R2 etail exp preparing tax Latemodel
returns for public.
5 5 For Rent Knowledge of acct c& vehicles.
tax laws and computer
18,000sf skills. Quickbooks exp a Beaches, St Aug and
Phillips Hwy frontage. plus'. NS Busy West-
class A space. side office provides
86 parking spaces aid vacations & bnfts. sk r
$9.95/sf Can be divided Fax resume & salary req Call 493c ns
Easton Sanderson, & to Mary 693-3.173. Tim Collins
Co. 354-2228 Realtor or email mlrl04O@aol.com
TAX PREPARERS DRIVERS BV&B hiring
Seasonal, 2yrs exp. CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. S-
preparing indiv tax region, home nights&
returns for public. wknds. 904.35&12322.
Knowledge of tax laws,
computer skills, busy
Westslde office. DRIVERS CDL A or B
Fax resume to $1000 sign on bonus!
Fiancial Mary 693-3373. De liver roofing materi-
als to rooftop. Clean
50Business MVR. Re peat heavy
Opportunities 707 Driver lifting. Exc pay, pd
medical, vac., 401K.
555 Distributorsips/ EOE/DFWP. Apply at
Franchises A CDL Drivers 4930 Spring Park Rd. or
560 Financial Services call 904-674-0375
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought Growing Co. needs Short
and Sold Haul & Regional Drivers.
Be your own boss.
Want More Home Time? Lease pur owchase.
Get the respect you deserve! You control your home
550 Business Brown Trucking Co., a time. Earn big $$$
O ortunities southeast regional weekly. No money?
carrier is now leasing No credit? No problem!
Iowneroperators for Own your own truck.
FOOTBALLSPORTSBARS our Jacksonville, FL. Company drivers
SS $250k, WS $650k, WS Operation. welcomed. CDL & 2yrs
$750k 24/7993-2578 99% pre loaded. 18wheeler ex. is req'd.
80% drop and hook. Call 800-877-3201,
JANITORIALO-UWANTED Home most nights or Andy 800-726-8780
TO BUY ROUTES -allI or &Hweeenights www.sheitontrucking.com
part. Call 993-9945 & weekends
Must be 25 yrs old with
MQUOR MCENSE Duval 3 yrs exp.& a clean MVR.
4 COP. Best price and 1 800 241-5624 ext. 106
terms. 386-677-3785 Or apply online at
RESTAURANT FOR SALE
Great location & oppty ASAP DO you earn less than
635-9771 or 273-5639 Driver/Warehouse $800 perwk?7 Immred
American Tire entry- level openings
RESTAURANT -for sale. Distributors avail with major
For more info call Hiring NOW national carrier. No
90 mr7095nfo call Apply in person CDL? No problem. CDL
7051 Stuart Ave Recruiters. 731-2577
565 Money to Lend CAR HAULERS NEEDED!! EI *MI ,IlLV$l tI-.4
or Borrow ATSI of Gainesville, FL
offers:_Pay by the load + bonus
100% FINANCING "Steady work plan. Excellent benefits.
Bnkrpcy Self EMP invest competet tive Pay Apply Mon & Wed
OK. Mark 904- 233-4231 Good benefits between lOam- 3pm
80K+ possible S160 Baymeadows Way,
Applicants should have: W. Suite 300 EDE
"Minimum 2 years OTR
"Minimum 1 l yea r 10-ca Extra $ for the Holiday
experience PCF is looking for Inda-
Call 1-800-523-7182 for pendentconractors to
details. M-F 8-5 deliver The New York
Times & other publi-
CDL CLASS A- for local cations, working couple
Education and trucking co. Top cay, of hours per day, early
benefits. new truck, S 2 in the morning, 7 days
S yrs exp read. 387-1710 Reliable car, license &
600Private instruction ForCLASS B DRIVERS $180 $220 per week.
Schools Fora reputable Tour Bus Convenient routes
6Schools Co. Paid train, bnfts, available throughout
610 Specialty Training/ retirement, yry vac & Jacksonville area. Call
Events pay raises. CallRenee 1-800-515-8000 Mon -
1 86&374-0764 Sun 7am-7pm
TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
-3WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS!
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Get the hands-on skills you need to
work as a Medical Assistant.
Or, choose from the following:
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*** 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 endors.
3 years T/T experience
Clean criminal report
3 points or less on MVR
If you meet these
Call 866/443 8383 X2
JOIN A WINNING TEAM
AT MANNING BUILDING
needed M- F work week,
Apply in person at
10900 Phillips Hwy.
Para Transit Drivers
Para Transit drivers needed.
Min age 23. Competitive
And benefits. Mvr and
backgrund check req.
Must have a Clean
MVR Current class B
CDL with DOT card. ,
vacation pd holidays,
401K, health and
Class B air brakes
apply 2815 Powers Ave
Jax area. Are you look-
ing for a position with
99% no touch freight,
Local work, good pay &
p purchase your own
ruck with no money
down? Then call
609- 978-6967 MOWIIII
Food Service Co. in
Qualified Tractor Trailer
lass A Drivers In the
wages & benefits. Food
Service exp. a must.
Call 1-800,476-7772 X144
Earnin p Potential
$10 i 0 W rel n
$00-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866- 374-0764
Signature Flight Sup-
port (a BBA Aviation
services Grou p com-
CARPEny) world's largest
BO and aviation sup-
pomrt network has an
mIed iate opening for
a full time Aviation
Fueler at our JAX Int'l
Airport facility. Ex pre-
ferred but not requFred.
license HS Diploma/
GED an86d flexible
dates must pass drug
screen, 10 years back-
ground check. Apply in
person before 12/16 at,
14700 Yonge Dr
An Equal Opportunity
7 0 a Trades
OPERATOR- For St.
Simons screen printing
co .Salary is based on
experience. Call Bryan
CABINET MAKER .108 Eyrs
exp; HELPER no exp
nec. Busy shop 333-1851
SERVICE TECH -Exp and
valid D/L req. FT or PT.
Exc pay/ benefits.
CAREER OPPORTUNITY In
Will train right person
to learn to care for
indoor plants. Benefits,
$400 $700 +/wk, Nat'l
Co. seeks carpenters
with handyman exp.
New van, steady wor
OT pay, holiday &
vacation pia \ Cal,
CARPENTER 10 yrs Finish
exp. & HELPER 3 hrs
finish exp Call 710 0899
W'side, Argy le OP irea
Tools & trensp. a must.
ependable transp i3
must. Young co hu.3e
growth potential. D.,
illian Geni Conir. Call
Sam. 3pm 695 2422
-Competitive pav *
Must have tranPsp
Call Rob 904-/635 2053
Form, Fraeip & Fini'l,
Tools & transoonalt-cn a
must ToT p3. p rots, a
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
CARPENTERS with Inte
rior trim eao. top pay.
paid holidays. vacation.
gas allow. Must have
own tools & transp.
Southern Trim. Inc
Call Dale, 934 545-.1014I
CARPENTERS witn inte-
rior trim exp &. own
Loader operator for
grade crew. Great
dental, pd holidays,
pd Vac, 401K EOE
DFWP Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
A multi-s.tate 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
with construction exp.
IRON WORKER -must
have drivers lic, tools.
Exc pay. 386-590-7667
Local contractor looking
for skilled Dozer &
Excavator operators for
LOOKING FOR A NEW
CAREER? Work in the
Stone industry. Top
pay for top perfor-
mance. Must be able to
read a tape measure
and have a valid DL &
vehicle. Work in
Call (912) 473-2453
Interviewing for Helpers
& Leadman. Transp.
req'd. Concrete or
Carpentry exp. a +. Call
for appt. 904-242- 3001
PAINTER -min 5yrs exp.
Tools, transp, new
Holiday & weekend"
work available for the
next 3 months. Call
now, tranpt required
S. David & Co. 636-7788.
PAINTERS & DRYWALL
FINISHER Call 536-3503
or 476- 6465
PAINTERS 3 years
FOREMAN 7 years
painting exp. req'd. FT,
own transportation req'd
S. David & Co. 636-7788.
Home repair skills a
must. Cal l8383827 or
PIPE FOREMAN- salary
based on experience.
Benefits pkg. Please
Vac, 401K EOE DFWP
10439 Alta Drive
commercial Jax area.
Call 912-632-8883 Send
resume to; PO Box 86
Alma, Ga .31510
$18/hr, pd hosp. Clean DL.
HELPERS & TRAINEES
Earn while earning a trade.
Apply 9020 Cocoa Ave
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
New construction &
Hiring Exp. FT MaIntenance
needed for Blount Island
Ability to lift 80lbs/
drive stick shift/valid
DL. $9.27/hour +
monthly Incentive. FT
hrs Mon-Fri 6:30-3:00,
Exc Benefit Pkg. Fax
work history to
904-751-5239 or call HR
at 904 751-5720.
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288e0431
Cast Stone Installation
Manage multiple teams
Job scheduling, super-
vise install crews &
Must have asp.
Local Jax G.C.. is looking
for qualified supt's
exp'd in retail and res-
Please fax resumes to
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 Gliman Building
Products, 6640 CR 218,
Maxvilie, FL or fax
TRAINEE Bobcat Operator
With exp. Some elec-
trical & pump exp.
req'd. Must be willing
to earn all phases. Fl
Lic. w/ Class D endors.
req'd. or must be
obtained. OT & on-call
req'd. Full benefits pkg.
Pay based on exp. Call
Tom at (904)334-0690
for Riverside law office.
Real Estate ex req'o
Fax resume to 388.- 0123
PARALEGAL for Mandarin
Law Firm Real estate
or probate ex reqg'd.
Please lax resume to
Artn.. Dan 904 482 0618
Bchs Insurance Agency
Cir-per OppQy. PL.CL,
CSR positions. Will
train comp income
w.-onfis. Fax resume
904-285 3572 DFSFWP
Hign profile Free leads.
Selir Stanter 24hr Msg.
600 391 7355
Trek Construction Corp
is seeking exp PM's.
APM'5. Estimator &
Commercial. retail. &
Long term positions
Fax resume 904 997 9084
7 Aa Professional
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
DIVISION 5 STEEL- Is
seeking a PM with
knowledge & good
computer skills Call
Mark 904-964-4513 or
apply at: 417 E Weldon St
RBHS, MHRC and
MHCJ have the
setting -exp w/
BA/BS req. Exp. pref.
Case Manager -
Mental Health -
PTWknd Evenings &
Nights. BA/BS + yr
exp In diagnosis
Apply In person
(SaX. 4 pin., MrF only)
or mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resomces,
900 niwvslt v. North,
Suite 700th Floa).Q ,
Jacksonvi FL 3221
Fax resume to 49305910.
EOE/ A DRUG FREE
We are Currently in
need of top notch
professionals for the
Assistant w/ 2 years
*Medical Assistant w/
BMO or willing to get
BMO w/ 2 years Expe-
Assistant to assist w/
payroll, A/P and HR.
QuickBooks a plus!
Please Fax Qualified
BACK OFFICE COORDI-
NATOR Medical billing
& transcription ex a
must. S'side practice.
FTEmall resumes to
Great pay & benefits. Fax
TIONIST. Part Time 2-3
axrs med. ofc exp req.
rt havrde exc. com-
munication skills and
be computer literate.
Knowledge eande ap.
using MT SYS comp
system a plus. Send
r e s u m e A t
with Front & Back Office
exp. OP. Call 276-6200
paced OB/GYN ofc
Prefer exp but must
knowledge with an
Fax resume 904- 398- 0166
CHECK- OUT, FT,
opening evening hours.
Must be able to pass
background check &
resume to 722-4271
PA with FL lie.
FT, Mon-Fri, competitive
Salary, benefits for
busy Orange Pk. pain
mgmt practice. Fax
at Navai Medical Clinic
Maypnrt. FL Req. PTA
tive salary ona sign on
onus. 36 Oiia days oif
insurance. 401% FAR
r e s u m e t 0
1 210 735 8644 or email
Ph 739 2884: Fax 28- 1707
RBHS. MHRC and
MHCJ have the fol-
to people who want to
make a difference in
the lives of others
FT, PT. direct care
FT 5p.-5a. 7 on. 7 off
For more info, please
PRN RNs and LPNs,
Apply in person
(9 a&n.- 4pLn1 1- F only)
or man resume to
HBHS, Human Rewoerces,
Fax resume to 493-810.
EOE'A Drug Free Wornlacij
FT. for busy Surgical Grp
Fax resume 355-4922
part-time to start,
w/possible full-time In
the future, St August-
ine, Fax Resume' to
RN needed for ASC, PRN,
St. Augustine, FL Fax
Resume' to RN Man-
ager at (904)797-6028.
Hornbeck Offshore, a leader In the Marine
Industry and an "employer of choice". is
recruiting qualified candidates for positions In
our offshore service vessel and ocean going Tug
and Barge fleet operations. Positions available
Offshore Supply Vessels Gulf of Mexico
AB rating, STCW required. Must have a valid
drivers license to be considered. Certification as
a Rigger is a plus. Standard rotation is 21/21 but
other rotations are considered.
Must posses a QMED/Oiler endorsement and
have completed STCW requirements. Must have
a valid drivers license to be considered. Stan-
dard rotation is 21/21 but other rotations are
Tugs and Barges Northeast
Must possess valid PIC and MMD rating. Expe-
rience In clean and dirty petroleum products.
Vapor recovery and split cargoes a plus. Rota-
tion is 21/21. Must have a vaild drivers license to
AB special or higher, OS with BST and 2 years
experience sailing also considered. Rotation Is
21/21. Must have a valid drivers license to be
We offer an opportunity to work on board state
of the art vessels, earn top pay based on your
knowledge, certifications and ability and enjoy
some o the best benefits available in the
industry. Applicable USCG licenses with valid
STCW 95 required. If you are interested In career
advancement with abundant training opportu-
nities then forward your resume via fax or email
to (985).727-3788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about our organization please see
our website at www.hombeckoffshore.com.
EOE F/M VNEHV
TAYLOR CARE CENTER
Great Team/Great Benefits
Full Time/Mon. Fri
6535 Chester Ave,
Jacksonville, FL 32217
904- 731- 8230
DENTAL ASSIST PT In
OP, 2yrs exp. Great
Opportunity 264 7804
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
Embry Riddle 8
725 C Officea
ADMIN ASST for RE
Property Mfmt Office;
eneraof ce duties,
Word & lxcelI; Fax
resume & salary
WGV Resort-FT to join
our fast paced Admin.
staff. able to
90 days. e-mail
or fax resume to
CUSTOMER SERVICE- for
busy front desk. Pro-
vide Recept. & clerical
support with PC skills,
Apply ingjerson: NGIe
7999cPhlips Hwy. Suite
202 448-1600 EOE DFWP
Our TEAM is in search of
an ENERGETIC person.
PROFICIENT In Excel,
Word, ACT, phone skills
& Basic Acct a must.
Fax resume 904-280-9542
OFFICE ASST. 3-5 yrs
exp in Excel & Word.
Must have organiza-
tional skills w/attn to
detail. Pay DOE. Email
available in community
office. Duties include
collections, filing and
Please fax resume to
at Orange Park
PT & FT positions.
We offer: flexible
scheduling, day 1
benefits avail. & paid
Weekly pay + tips.
Please apply in person:
6050 Youngerman Cir.
at 1-295 & Blanding Blvd
sional. FT., Start 12/28
call 904285 7776
3 D Hotels
Bartenders, Waitstaff &
Apply in person
at StadIum Club
Bartenders FT/PT. Cooks
Call P41 2301
FT Position with
benefits at Southside
works days evenings
and rotates weekends.
(9DANS.m E Fonly)
or mal resume to
RBHS, Human Resourcea,
900 Universty d North,
Suite 700 7toh Floo
Fax resume to 743. 109.
EOE/A Drug Free WoNin ce
Accepting applications .
Please appiy in Person-
Call 380r PM
DANCERS. DOORSTAFF. A
CALL 757 7370
Day/Night shifts avail
Biggest shownbrs In Jaxo
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
No nudity no exp nec.
Will train AM /PMel
Regional chain and
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399 o110
"LINE & PREP COOKS,
APPLY IN PERSON AT
455 S LEGACY TR
Call 99om3111 after 6 PM
Pool Hall Attendant PT
apply between 2-4.4746
Miller's Ale House
has 36 locations In
athe state aand 4
locations in Jackson-
illes. We are seekIng
managers who may
be Interested in
relocating to nearby
cities. Join an
Regional chain and
enefy the benefits
aend bonus of a
company.. not a
See our website
drug test. Hrs of Op.
11:0OAM to 2:OOAM
The Best Western Hotel
Butler Blvd hiring for:
* Front Desk Agents
Benefits Include medical,
dental, life, 401K. Apply
In person 1-95 & Butfer.
4660 Salisbury Rd.
281-0900. Ext. 717.
9801 Beach Blvd.
737 Real Estate
Real Estate Agents
Realtors needed in
Duval, Nassau, St.
Johns, and Clay
Hundreds of new
buyers, builder leads,
listed" sellers supplied
We are the only real
estate company autho-
rized to work with
Fax resumes toll free
to George Ide at
Bath & Body Works
Part Time seasonal Post.
Sales Cashier & Stock.
Call to set up interview
The Avenues Mall
Hibbet Sportsis opening
soon in Jacksonville, FL.
Send resumes "Attn. DM"
at 10401 US Hwy 441,
Leesburg, FL 34788.
SALES PERSON P/T
for Florida Backyard
Fleming Island location.
Great retail hours and
Retail exep -pref'd.
Apply at 3555 Hwy 17.
Processor needed for
busy mortgage com-
pany min yr exp In
wholesale subpr me
market. Salary + comm
benefits offered Please
call Anita at 726-9038 or
fax resume to 726-0438.
self starter. Salary +
Energetic & self-moti-
vating. Great oppt'y for
right person. Bnfts.
Apply Long's Whole-
sale Furn, 6569 103rd St.
I JV Engineering
AVIATION TRAINEES FOR
Firemen, We provide
the experience. Will
train with pay. High
school grads under
age 34 Call
Petroleum (POL) exp.
Must have BS special-
ize environmental sci-
ences. Salary range
$52-$58K. Benefits pkg.
Fax resumes to
Signature Ftii t Supgort
(a BBA Avpation uer-
vices Group company) -
world's largest F 80and
aviation support net-
work has an immedi-
ate opening. Bachelors
degree (Eng. prefd) & 1
3 yrs exp or equiva-
lent combInation of
education & exp. req'd.
Aviation exp prefd. 10
year background check.
and valid dr. lic. Comn-
petitive salary, full
benefit pkg. Fax resume
904-,741-2215 or email
All positions. (PC/IM/
Rod) Exp pref'd. Full
bnft pkg. 904-696-8840
45 ARMED SECURITY
Hiring for all shifts
Duval, Cay.& St. Johns
Lic. # AB200006
Class D License
Full and Part Time
S 50. nr ic.r w.ealn.n;
$1000 nr ancr aririnsg
c om ler-A .
Cren n Tlor ir ghi
OiiLcr ana SecurE
w 0i- 0i, P 0, Ci,-al3l
Den.CT IN' T/A.iii
9ore0hr i egot..sabe..
FrCea lle 2l-.suiea e
SH 5 ip .ma Gt D ..ilia
driWer'a iiLrnse p nd
,ake $ -00/w
Bi ourld lc.embe ire
rcaulrcld u2'-b6 be i-il C
Cus,.i e-r St rice O1-
nfiS 9goo0 A5lrl. nitcry
Erd ul11 to $10.h0rk
(904) 261 5551
13yr old co. member of
h m .M
BBB seeking serious
home workers. Call
Ivonne9at 573 8602
ACTIVIST WANTED Help
make Florida elections
fair Part time cam-
a sign staff needed
immediately Call Jim at
CSI. 904 765-5572
Ask about the
on our 1 week
7P JA p n
CLEANERS, FLOOR -
TECHS FT PT, nights.
Cali 292-1571 sO
We train, no exp nee
make $300-$600 /wk
EARN EXTRA $$$$
Office Cleaning Unit
Mgrs & Floor Tecns. PT
Eves & Wknds. Manda-
rin & O.P. 636-7515
After 4th week (F/r)
Daytime hours, near
your home, paid wkly.
Must have own car.
LAWN SERVICE REP
for Pest Control Co.
Great bnfts. 389-3235
MAINT. TECH needed, 16o
unit apt complex. Exp
req'd. Fax resume to
757 -7986 or Apply In
person 1333 Dunn Ave
PEST CONTROL /
Household TECH $26K+,
good benefits, valid FL
DL. Will train. Apply
6454 Beach Blvd. M- F 83.
Now hiring Lawn and
Good pay and great
benefits. All training
incl no exp req'd.
Apply in person Mon -
Fri, Peninsular Pest
Control, 2609 Phyllis St.
Jax, FL (off Stockton
Exit & 1.10.) Drug Free
PEST CONTROL TECH
Good pay & benefits.
I OISINVENTORY I
$8.25+ to start.
Equal opportunity employer
SILK PRESSER NEEDED
for5 5 years
Great Starting Pay
Fell Beneft Package
Drug Free Workplace
Mast have good driving reord
Appy in person
15 hrs/ wk extremely
transept & valid DL
required. Hourly rate +
mieage. Ap ply In per-
son, 1409 Kingsley Ave.
Bidg 1. Suite D, Org.Pk.,
JOIN A WINNING TEAM
SUPPUES. WHOSE Helpers
needed M. Fwork week,
AGly in person at
U licensed Chlrdcare
S Excellent pre-
Sages 2,5- byrs,
parent's night out ser-
vices also 221-5972
(904)771-2556 Iv. msg.
o Absolutely Heaven -0-
0. Massage by Angels 59
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Buildng Supplior es
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
990 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
i ANTIQUE WASH
stand, marble top and
in w/buried walnut on
drawer and doors. Excel-
lent condition, $375.
with traditional design.
6 Sections of 84" x 16"
each. Very good cond.
INDIAN ITEMS old rugs
pots, Jewelry, bead
work, etc. Pre 1960.
Please call FL.
352-466-3013 or N.M.
ELECTRIC STOVE Ken-
more. self-clean oven,
bisque $150 282-3411
Two years old,
worksgreat, can deliver
& KENMORE WASHER
less than two years
old. Can deliver
Kenmore washer & dryer
, 20 Gallon Fish Tank
With stand and
L 3OBO 287-4159
25 gal Fish Tank w/
T accessories. w/
Stand $35 8box tile
12x12 beige still in
A q u a r I u m w/
stand/canoy coral 125
gal. pumps.,tsh & more.
994-9164 $1,000 080.
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything nowl
3pm 11pm Shift
3 Year clean driving record required
Health, Dental, 401k Benefits available
Apply within at
Ramada Conference Center
1-295 and San Jose Blvd. or fax resume to
For info c
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Articles 922 Collectables Household 980 Sporting
For Sale 92 & Jewelry 955 Furniture 9 Goods
OOMFULL N DIAMOND RING 1.44CT. -r 600 lbs Dumb Bells &
ce set. $200. round, VS1, color gradeI Bedroom 4PC Set $298 rack, Olympic weights
d's oaktwin L $5200 Must Sell & bench, Nordic Track
an bed with 964-254-8312 Isust IP Plck A Discount! $500 obo. 904- 536-4639
e3174956 DOLLS FOR SALE. 10-50% OFFI! ATV 2000 KAW 400 Prarle
Collectable doll 12 Auto w/truck ramp,
Gingerbread porcelains, beautifully 3 c Queen Bed $1900. 904-838-1412
use. $1200. dressed, 904-261-8070 5PC Oak Dinette
26-99531 _2 Pc Sofa&Chalr Fro 29 Q Bowflex XTL w/lat
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg ., nulidown $250. Call
L WATCHES 928 Electronics 120" Coor TV's From k CnsI12-510.9994. Good
RKING. 4 Drawer ChestsOE Cond
all 375-1374 Car Subwoofer and I CORTCLEARANCE4GOLFCLUBS
sman Radial T mApr 0"sub Ibnd in TCLEATRC Top flight irons
Saw -2 HP *1 tuue. No box I (4 ,oo I / 3-SW $1501i37
,Table saw V needed. Crossfire ,, woods master
boys dresser 70Wx2 amp. Excellent $150, powerbullt drlv-
en's motor- condition $95. 882-5267 BED SET-California, kng ers 13,5 woods $120.
RCA 19*TV sz, Mahog oversize, 904,269-2192
R5 years old $50. conod set 900 oo.d GUNS -ColtColteer 1.22
rISMANRIDER l 904 3348554 Bed$o 307-7o13201ese
f/ER 10HP/30" V 904-908.1564 $700, mod 77,22 Inlayed and
ngDeck new 9 n BOXSPRINOS engraved, checkered
h $600 asking 5 Fruits/ for single bed, like stock, $200. Marlin mod
h $600 asking Fruits/ new, reasonable offer 60 .22 $70, Winchester
about deliv- 3 Vegetables l 317- i6618.Seeat o9380 .22 mod 74, $120. Colt
1-594-6376 1 03rd Lot 10, DeerPolnte pocket light 380 auto-
, Graco 3 n 1 FRESH Shelled Peas & Community matic, $325. 612-0981
ep system Buttereans, blanched nhI nin m Impex Power station
des Evenflo & frozen, lb. bags. BrSohlI i'n3ig Rmh t TC 3000 asking $65.00
mattress and $18.00. Other veggie's b e, t hsh 00. Elliptical
ies, excellent avail. Place your order buffet w/ lighted hutch m0h0ne model
3n $120 OBO now for pickupon $750. 237-3468 EE220 asking $70. o080
882.1052 Dec. 16th & 17th. BUNKBED/Desk Combo Call 912-3222881 for info.
AL JUSTICE/ Wal Frams w/chair ex. cond, Serta
7o83y books for Mat. Wfil mail plc. to NordicTrac
substansive you. Pd $550new steal like new $295.
al law, CRM 321 f o AC/Heat/ for $200 grt Christmas Great Xmas Gift.
books cheaply ]Fuel gift for teen 220-6533 771-0249.
220- 4577 14 CAPTAIN'S QN BED 4 POOL TABLE
OLOGY BOOKS FIRE WOOD FOR SALE 1 Dresser, nightstand, l bar style 7 ft good
Terrorism CRM Will delivr. Half cords 1 headboard oard, felt, accessories
anized crime, & cords. 04-424-6661 railing, Simmons included, good
330Juvenil 4 -e mattress medium oak, condition, $700/obo.
nRM 370. Call excellent condition, paid 375-0309
RM 370. Call 945 Garage $2700, asking $900.491 7996 Pool Tables $1595
ASES -with Sales Carpet-New Ivory Solid Maple 1" slate
doors. Call ./1 plush 7Vhx12' $0 New 1/2 Price 334-8573
or 463-7206iM I \ lounge chairs with www.westwoodblliards.com
-i I cushions $20; sump PROFORM CROSS
avePool I pum. New $70. trainer, bicycle with
ave a Pool? | ji1 2763584 IJweights, great con-
oIn 5637 Tampico Rd. COUCH & Chair & a half- 'dti on.Call 291-1655,
wer Is yes, Sat. 12/10 &Sun. 12/11 Thomasville, bone r, $8500
ead this ad | 7AM-UNTIL gd cond. $500. 448-1982 Scuba Gear-
V. I have all Baby items house- 4m Couch- Excellent Moving
ssary pool hold, clothes & more. condition being Call 389-4636
it you need.%.*w Early Birds Wlcomell wburgandy floral Welder Home G_ m
Amp, lights, npr e tr Welder Home n t
heater and prnt.Pric to sell. Excellent cond. ti
heart con- I ARL 2414 Marble Dr. off $150OBO. 264-3486 under warranty
will allow Townsend. Fri 8-1, Sat 8-3 228 1095 $300 obo
peratethe I Kids ciths& misc Items COUCH -Iv seat, chr, 904-7142168
ou already ARL 5331 COPPEDGE AVE $400f aelmosts ew pmachn lIb,
ad 9 am 4 p m. B o at marble glass coffee tbl, Weight machine-i001b,
o cold anorhetoI Accessories Lot of Stuff sofa table & 2 end tbis Ad, SportsAuthority
o cold or to Accessoris Lot S 600. Bush ofc table like new.$95. 343-482
vea heater nAr Multi Family Salel Sat 100.642-9919/71-7873
at will solve /Sun &2. toys, maturity
em and put /baby cths, urn misc' DINING ROOM TABLE and 985 Trailers
r at a per- 1376Hunterwood Rd four chairs. Great con-
)erature. All I ditlon and looks new.
nt is brand ATL/KERNAN-Sat 9-3p Asking price is $500.00. UTILITY TRAILER 6x12,
er used, Is | 12490 Tropic Dr. E. in call us at 363-3524. w/drop down ate,
xes. e a Summer rook Subd 8-021
fer and It's Furn, TV's, ciths, misc: DINNIG ROOM SET Drexel _
r more Info Av pecan wood, 2 leaves
4)315-4019. Avondale Moving Sale wpads, 2 pc lighted O Wanted To
rLuls.-- I 1360 Avondale Ave, Sat ch n a cab, glass i Buy Or Trade
-- ,J 9am-lpm, shelves. 6 chairs 2 arm.
uer casket Dog Kennel orig cost $8000. $850
llor combo r plastc.pet pet C0 WANTED 866-626-4661
tiful, great Li) porter. Large 36" Lx FURNITURE In exccond. www.boyscoutwanted.com
ion, paid $300 24" W x26"H. Call for more Info:
0 firm. Please $15.00,Call 278-1952 891-8408/891 84141v msg
3 t Flem Island-Moving Sale Futon $100; ThI w/4chrs
ng Stairway Sat 12/10, 8:30-1:30. $40; Mini fridge $100;
ine $55, fuse 671 Frederic Dr. Barbies, Whirpool W/D $150set;
nain and 40 until trailer,tires,rims, 850-485-4976
era square D hh item, and more. MAGNETIC MATTRESS
$100 IA7999 G MAGNETIC MATTRESS
S7 909 GARAGE SALE PAD -Kng size, lesseS and
'or Sale T Friday&Sat than 6mo old. incom-
Parka (seal- Dec. 2nd-3rd patible with new Select Animals
from Alaska 3536 Westover Rd, Comfort air mattress,
5.00, color Orange Park across Harbor Donald Johnston 1005 Livestock &
5" $20 TV 25" Island 5ubdiv, Christmas 904-778-3340 Supplies
$m5 Ces9 ItemstmanyS lies
Sc tems ma Moving. Four post bed 1010 Pets and Supplies
24-3650 Greencove Sprgs 12/10 | frame $100. welder
8-4; 17 Palmetto Ave. 'Lgym $50.Dresser $30.
'or Sale Across from post office MCall 908-4830 _______
ifmulcher Green Cove Springs/3191 MOVING Furniture & 1 rlnl Livestock
0. 772-6724. County Rd. 209. Sat 8-1. hsehold Items. Please 1UU, &,Supplies
Moving sale, Furnhh call for list 230-3915 _up
ECTRIC STOVE goods & garage items.
wide white MOVING MUST SELL DONKEY-Miniature, 2yrs
y good con- ISL OF PALMS Huge -custom sectional, 2yrs old M, Great Pet. $500
on $65 ask combine sale,. furn, old pd $9500 new, 751-0044/626-8727
delivery misc. HH gift & holiday sacrifice $2500 obo.
S94-6373' teams. Frir Sat 12/9-10 735-7515 Norses & Colts.
8am-5pm, 4234 Black Creek Farms.
NITH THEuWIND Tradewinds. Follow a Oak Curio Cabinet 904-626-9953
or plates, cer- brlghtorangesigns. Four adjustable
w/ original MAXBEACG Lar A sal $.9Lshelves, plate HORSES for sale or lease.
Collector mugs JAXBEACHGARAGESALE grooves, it from top. Eng & Westn lesson &
.27-6251 Sat, 12/10 i 8AM. Solid oakdesk remov- Board. Mand. &/or W'S
s.1516 1st St South. able hutch. Call 904-699-4530/614-1690
2 p700. MANDARIN Craft Sale, 9126736310 QUARTER HORSE -2yrs
p Sat, 8-3,4117 Grenshaw %L QUEEN BDRM SET, not broke $300.
S4-2166 Ct. Ornaments, hand-T dresser w/mirror. Call 237-4144
ore 5cf chest made Christmas gifts. k1, two nightstands,
er$30, Ken- MANDARIN Frl-Sat, h mensdresser,
microwave. 12/9-12/10, 8AM-1PM. headboard. Paid $1000. 1010 Pet's &
coffee table, 12240 GovernorsDr E, 3 Asking$400, oboAsk Supplies
e sofachar, Families and dealer for Gary 772-1047
. 607-5304 close outs; furn, glass. REcUNER -Berkine
r 5pmol. household, lots of stuff back Iv seat, excondI ADORABLE
re Refrigerator MANDARIN Large sale, $450. 904-764-0134 DESIGNER PUPPIES
I e er Sat 8am, 4672 WASSAIL OLL AWA BED $499-UP
hE-500 Dish- DR. SRiL e AWA$T. cE Chihuahuas,Yo ldes,
r $75,GE Elec- oSingle ,$25 cook-ni,
tge self-clean- Mandarin Multi Family $ing rac $25, bath- Doxies, Beagles, Chin,
150 excellent Garage Sale Sat. 7am room shelving $10, Open Sun. 1ill X-mas
59-1478. 2752 VIA BAYA LN. set of lamps 1 floor 1 www.petworidpets.com
table, both for $50. Call Pet World 262-4646
Black Leather Mandarin Multi-Family 904-724-3650 n Worm -
)y Boots Never Yard Sale. 12/10, 6am
Size 12, $50. 11:am 12531 Brady P Ct Secional Sofa AKITA -pups.
-576-3130 NDE 382 Bessent Rd. burgundyveTlour Call for Details.
57330 N'SIDE 3582 Besent Rd w/sofabed and 276-7966
CABINET, per- Go-Kart, Saddles, huge recllner paid $1400 America, Bull Pups
organizer, top variety, 764-5947. asking $250. Kingsize l0wks shots & wormed
awer and t- -Church yard sale waterbed w/head- $150 94-568-166.
rage, lockable, P. -Church Yard sale board $75 603-5304 1-
5.262482 Church2156LochRane aer5 pm. AQUARIUM 20 $00obo
EREDSOFA Blvd. Sat 8a-12n Section Recilner saltwater wfsh &all
er chair,.bed- O/A ..chairs(2) set w/cor-
suite, canoe, d-w/neverPdR matraess lner tablegreen pat- 4 AQOUARIUM 75gal-
t bench and used terngood shape $350 4 9"x9" glass
odnghouse.n HHitems, designer pFxlR MS10obs
do e dog he hand bags. Sat on no Call 215-9505 leave msg. cbitop wooden ase
r. 7162286 early birds, 8-12; 3031 SINGLEE filters rock and more
able& tch Golden Pond blvd I $75,607-5304, after 22filters, rocks, and mor269-292
sib c hutch 9$225efirm. h94-269-2192
six chairs. OP Old fur Coats, Thou-P eL 5pm n r iM r 9 ND
e pedestal sands of Sports Cardse SOFABASSETT HOUND PUPS
lent cond old ma. ads & pictures. Cute T &WM/F
'0 262- 1290 Zebra & Cow rugs. Rock 1 chair, neutral color $300 Cash. 291-9198
& Roll & Sports Membo. \ | like new most.
R FIT TREAD- No Early Birds Fri/Sat 9-3 pick-up cash $250 Beagle Pups-AKCM/F
MILL Past Mail. L- Blairmore, Please caIl"Von" 859-.7117 All colors, ready 12/24.
craftsman Leaf R-Valderila L-Gano, excellent condition.' $300 cash. 886-2462
her $10. Call R-568 Coppltt Dr. E. SOFA, BEAUTIFUL BICHON X-mas pups,
.6724 SAN MARCO Big chair, neutral color 2F, IM Family raised.
HOUSEBENCH Neighborhood Sale, San like new must, 886-0088
Ue weit set, Amaro Rd. Sat. 12/10 8a. pick-up cash $250 Birds handled Blue uak-
tee, wenlht on, s UtD SPlease call "V an" 8 97117. e esAfrican G reys & ojter.
32 di SOUTHSIDE Saturday excellent condition. e A xn r S, -
25, asking $100 8-1, East Hampton ninmefora 3743005
11491.7996 Subdivision. 8526 SOFA/LV SEAT-good Black Lab pupsAKC.
0TROLLERS Glenbury Ct. N. cond, light floral print, l2wks,4rn/2Fem.
tension multi- S'SIDE off Beach Blvd. $275 3-3841 $300ea. 845-1167
games and Moving Sale. Furn. only, Sofa & Loveseat over- .Bloodhound Pups-AKC,
card all for all In great shape, sized, tan color $225. $500 can -A M/F
6867TamraLn. 7'x9' area rug multi 912.44 a12s4/912.294.5507
AE and stitch Thurs/Frl/Sat. 9-4pm color $40, BIk computer 912.449.1254/912.294.5507
r I n sp I r a, S'slde- Sat. Dec 10. chair, Irg, $20; 998-4268 Boston Terrier pups-
3135 7a-4.Lg Garage Sale to TV CABINET Open $37'ea Call751-1734
o Controlled 8 be localcharitles. shelves sliding dr. $375eaCal751-1734
IXL cnred 8949Chambore Dr. approx60"HX72" W. Boston Terrier male pups
selage&radio, WS, Thur/FrSat Antiqs, $200 OBO FUTON Mis- CKCblack & white,shots,
atteryHowto collect china, silver, sion style, $100 287-8028 HC,$500.386-963-4932
.00,2691478 Beanies, new/used ladies 4 Twin Mattress $15 BOXER PUPS Champion
re 8pm. clothes885WestgateDr Pet taxi$15; Golf bdin AKC Taking dep.
ING LAWVN Wslde Fri 12/9 Sat 10-4. t Iclubs and bags $20; Ready 12/19, 282-4560
/er & Trailer No children Items,Car stereo amp/
Its, 12 HP38' 7605 ROLLING HILLS DR. subwoofer $95. Call BOXERS -pups vet cert,
TD Yardman 'SIDE Multi-family Sale 882-5267 MF rdhotsPOP,$4/5a 0
SP7352 at BaymeadowArabian Machinery 912-713-1979 local
MALLFLOOR cpg gMesi & Tools BrIRANYSPANL
n frldoe $40 10424 103rd St. CRAFTMAN DRILL $350 Cash. 291-9198
smith $350, W'SIDE Sat Sa-SD. 5275 T- PRESS CHIHUAHUA MIX PUPS
nt. 4wheeled treadmill workout heavy duty, jack stands, CHIHUAHUA PUPS REG
allable great barbque grIl, 65484 E Craftsman Radal $450-2$650. 904-252-4257
in cover to Garden/ \ if $100, table saw $350each.
1912-673 -6310 950 Lawn $100, boys dresser 721-7599 or 237-9948
ichmmS _____________________ $35. Women's Motor-
achlnes --cycle Jacket size 8, $25. CONGO AFRICAN GREY
S $249. DIXIE CHOPPER -and 904-993.8281 Parrot. 4yr old Good
,8-3063 bagger, 60", $4500 talker. Comes with 2
rORDOVASPA 786-2490 PLASMA CUTTER-L-Tec, perches/cage $800. Call
wfromReGARDN T O Cb M I I I e r # 2 5 0 Matt or Angel651-6141
ew -Jfrom Reg ARDEN TRACTOR Cub Synchro-wave welding
house 2(5)H Cadet '05, 25H Kohler, m a c h N e u mat i c COONHOUND 5yo B&T. &
044/626-8727 hydro trans, new cost motorcycle lift. Inger- 6yo old Ches Bay Ret.
WlnBed $2599. 20 hrs. $1500 salt Rand air comp. 80 Must stay together.
Mattress cash obo. Call 287-4023 gal tank 352-473-8102 $350 for both. 910-5083
shed head- I trallr 12HP38"cut4x4 C Medical shot, no papers, $250
otboard $75 <|>traller,tllts. $650. 965 Medical obo. 771-251 .718-9292
BS3 ^Orange Park 272-7352 ^ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPS
I, Cadence 4L" Antique Victorian Q Merchan \i, house cat, free neu-
neter. $100 Couch 9fU Merchandise/ tered yellow cat, 8 yo
908-6024 v t I i n good condition, Services OP area. 282-5452
ts & Crafts/ asking $200. Call / Piano with bench seat 518 run a must. Extras.
Hobbies 777-81201vmsg |J).904.-993.3185 $2000 call912-7293657
BDRM- A- BARGAIN MAT -050.
stmas Cards BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC BaldwIn Acrosovic PuGra hteptPp Aldie
or for sale Queen $99 King $140 T Pianowith bench seat 880-6736
-5936 Mem. Foam From $250 <|I $2000. 080
- (904)6740405 904-993.3185 German Shepherd Pups
Building BODM- A- Bargain Bed Laser Video Disc pop, $350. 912-384-5503
Supplies Personal collection, over
Supplies Bed A Brand Name 300 disc. 725-5748 GERMAN SHEPHERDS -
^^^^^^ Oueen Pillow Top matt. GERhAN-oSE DPanrl Nnw
ate Flooring, set new wwar. Sac ORGAN- BALDWIN 4M/2F 70 A.C. 'PO:
;herry, 50sT $170. Can del. 858-9350 MARQUEE Cedar Horse hith cert. 352-219-6937
att, good for B Brand new Kin Shoe. $3000. 284-0331
room $120 Bed-GBrDEdRnewEKing
87-4159 Luxury Pillow Top matt PIANOA++-'I'9- G--d GOLDEN RETRIEVER -
set w/warr. Must sell$9-0 pups, AKCb POP. OFA
OW SCREENS $190. Can del. 398-5200 wwwweLOVEpan om chm bdns, $600. day
es Bed -Full mattress & boxb8d753$00.eds
'each. Call set new In plastic $110. PIANO -Baldwin console, 386-752-3420, eves
.674-2469 Can deliver. 391-0015 trad.'cherry w/heater, 386-752-5525
Bed Beautiful temp- 9405393 JACK RUSSELL -Ready
business/ pedic mem. foam matt PIANO LESSONS for Christmas, $300
Office w/10yr warr. $250.Can Great gift Idea, 879-1497 219-5509
Deliver. 904-858-9350 quality Instruction. Jack Russell Rat Terrier
SO c M Prof teacher. All ages, PUPPIES -$150.
cabl Offiet Bed, CLOSEOUTS Military discount 266-9370 or 708-5311
s, chainers, Must sell all new '05's 91282-1942
rowave etc. All sizes$70-$250 Rowland JC 120 Guitar S.0 & BIk S&W M/F-
ffer refused wa rranty 334-8573 input channels $400 Cash. 291-9198
3, 338-2200 BED -A Queen Ortoho- In spkrs. $600. 220-0082 LAB PUPS AKC; Parents
URES-Bind- pedic matt. set, new Trombone-Hortonumint onsite,a&WREADY-TO
machines file w/w~arr. $99. Can cond$400. BassGultar GO! Call 229-532-4864
Ight7164943 deliver. 904-398-5200 & Amp w/stand &turner LAB Pups AKC reg. F.
/ iblIcles BED, CHILD'S OAK $175. 389-4636 chocolate., $350. Call
n CubiclEs twin captain's bed, 3 386-963-4932
ller4 piel d cebe $droomset 975 Photography LAB PUPS AKC SAW HC
I & Overhead. full queen $200. 771-1167 vM/F blk/chc, ready
SFumitureXma eve, 737-4539
24-6400 Bed-girls, Qn. matching Cannon EOS3 Body w/
dresserw/mirror $40. eye control. Tamron 4 Macaw- Blue and
Qn sizemattress $150 28-300mm lens. i gold, two years old.
Illectables Futon $25. 382-5364 Call 981-9420 wlth cage and toys
k Jewelry BED -qn, 4poster. cherry $10000OO477-7341
trad, $f200. triple 980 Sporting Mastiff/RidgebackPups
hers, 22kt dresser, cherry trad, 9 Goods Giant, kid friendly, heat
y bllng, 65 Georgian Ct. $1000 resistant, dry mouth,
9 grams, C/Frnch sofa tbl $150 HC fenced yard, $650-
6-72 0 ALL Ethan Allen 940-5393 4 SaEctipseEXlAIft $950. 904-54-9633
:T appraised BOX & MATTRESS SET I J/Tralner, New $460, will Mini Schnauzer Pups
ell for $3000. Qn Size. Pillow TopIn sell for $225 obo. Call AKC.lm S&P, 1m Black.
4-1496 Plastic $170 (904) 6F74040MS 912.674-2469 HC,$475e.850-562-0998
24 JaxAir NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 8, 2005
1010 Pet's &
1 1 Supplies
MIn Pin Puppies AKC:
1 black/tan female, 1
New pet cage S' W, 2.5 D,
5' tall casters $150;
Wrought iron Parrot
stand $30; Pat 699-0469
Pembroke Welsh Corgis,
tris, AKC, b 10-25-05
ready 12-19 will hold
for Christmas eve
pick-up m$500 f$750
PIT BULL -pups, ADBBA
reg. red/blk nose, S&W
POP $400 282-5987
POM-A-POO toy, 41bs.
6mos, shots, crate
trained. $325 382.9734
POODLE PUPS AKC Tea-
cup M/F bik, wht, brwn,
ch lines $500&up cash
RAGG DOLL KITTEN 1, for
Christmas, shots &
papers CFA cert. $400
puppies 3M/3F, CKC, HC
SHIBA-INU -full bred
(red) 8mos, fern, all
papers $200 662-5664
SHIH-TZU AKC PUPPIES
Ready Now. 291-9430/
612-2099 / 614-8764
male, tiny sable, $500
TOY POODLE- AKC bik M,
Toy Poodle-black, AKC,
9wks, shots, $500.
I Ready for Christmas,
S 229-400- 1 3 1 2,
B WELSH CORGI PUPPIES
APR Reg. & Shots, $450.
YORKIE PUPS, Tiny. 3M/
2F, $1.5k-$2000. Serious
Buyers only. 568-1749
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1220 Marine Equipment
1230 RV's and Supplies
235 RV Rentals
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1335$2000 or Less
1350 Misc. Auto
8 22' MAKO 224
115 hp, t-top, trim
tabs, lowrance elec-
tronics, live well, lots
22' Palm Beach,new
trailer lots of extras.
$15K obo.. 716-3946
25' REGAL BOWRIDER
Volvo 5.71, DUOPROP,
AM/FM/COD, anchor, excel-
lent condition. $36K obo.
SBuick Regal '00
Marine 18ft In/out
t board new engine
HP190 trailer gal-
$13000 Great condition
Pop- up camper
sleeps six, new
canvas. $600 obo
Call Bob @904.721-1399
23 U Supplies
4, 2001 Diesel
Motorhome 40' two
slides full point
every option 31k Mi
$149K trades consid-
ered. 904 685- 2342
4, 21' Allegro R.V. Low
I new Dec. 1989, gen
Sroof air, extras.
Call for appointment
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Sales, Service, Parts
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Alachua (386) 462-3039
180M 541 6439
FIFTH WHEEL -Cross-
roads Paradise Point,
34' '02 model.
6x9, 9x12 &New for 2006
9x18 reversible RV
Mats. 25 styles to
choose from. Perfect
for Camp- ing and
RV'ing. Toll Free
866-MY RV MAT.
ORDER ONLINE for
Xmas orvisit your local
RV Dealer. RVAwning-
4, 00' FORD F 150 LIMITED
<1 Davison 45 KMI,
$17,500 or obo, call 260-2338
1994 YAMAHA YZ 80
Very good condl-
1 \ tion. Quick 60+
MPH. Needs rear
disc brake pads. $900,
obo. Call 904-879-9838
S2000 HONDA TRX 400
ATV, K&N Jets, kit, fil-
ter, FMF pipr, good
cond., low hours,
$2000 obo, Chris 710-6846
S2005 Honda 600 RR
Silver & Black, helmet
tl included, garage kept,
very clean, no drops.
150 mi, $8500, Ryan
912- 729- 6952
Big Dog 2002,107cub.
\J ,candy apple red,cust
2Kmis. Must sel
Big Dog Vintage Sport
'99 redw/black flames,
many extras $17K
SCustom Built Harley
'98,S&S Motor, 80
Spoke rims, lots of
chrome, must see to
$14,900 912- 573- 0507
H.D. -'05 Road King
Trike, 5k orig ml, $34k.
Drk green, call 9-5,
Harley Davidson Fat Boy
1997, 19.000 miles black
in color, lots of chrome,
many extras. $12,000
(904)879.-5720 or cell
HD '02 Sporster 1200
custom, red/blk, 3700
mi $8700. obo 728-1957
HD 2003 SOFTAIL
standard EFI STG 1 kit
now seat chromed out
low miles, must see
HD Road King '96,
loaded, garage kept,AII
Factory services. $9K.
exhaust ramp and
riding gear,$3500 obo,
by THH full face
4 with vents, metal-
I ic burgundy, near
excellent condition, $15.
PANTERRA (2) 49cc LIKE
NEW $450 firm. 4x8
trailer $100. 525-4806
SBlack and Silver
4 GSKR -1000, many
1310 Auto Parrts
20 Inch Wheels Ion
188 with or without
ires will fit Explorer
and more. Best offer.
Bed Extender for
2002 Ford Ranger
V IEdge Pickup. Never
used $100. Call
1310 Auto Parrts
4, Four New
9 pass/65 R17, 60K
Contitrac. $275, call
R 15 LT DAYTON
TIMBERLINE A/T TIRES.
1L (4) 33x12.50, Great
condition. 2000 miles
used. Four free rims. S500
obo. Joe 904-777 5646
STIRE 1-NEW 215/75/
R 15, also chevy astro
bLalum rim. $49. must
sell call 278.6251. also
TIRES (4)with rims,
new, BF Goodrich, 18".
Starting @ $389 Free tow
In house financing avail.
272- 3544 / 888420- 3880
1966 FORD MUSTANG
(Pony) garaged 10+ yrs.
Runs great, needs
brakes, $5900 249-4231
1968 PONTIAC EXECUTIVE
2dr, hrd to, 400ci. AT, PS,
PB, AC, $6,700, 737-5818
1971 CORVETTE -
show car, $26,500
1971 CORVETTE -
show car, $26,500
Chevy Corvette '79 Red,
L82 Stingray 96kmi, $8200
obo. Jeremy 838-1860
FORD EXPLORER- '02,
79k ml, gd cond, 4dr,
V6, at, $10,900 obo 838-1860
STwo 1965 one 966,
tion, six cylinder
automatic, all for $4500.
4, 1995 Saturn
4 Dr. looks good,
Il runs good, great
Sgas, mileage, new
tsres, $2500 obo
4, 1997 MITSUBISHI
Eclipse GS 109 K Silver,
Sunroof, CD power,
great cond, $4800.
4, 1999 Toyota 4 Runner
silver 99,500 mi, 20 In
chrome rims. 12in.
600 watt amp, $11K, Ryan
4 04 JEEP G. CHEROKEE
l immaculate auto, Sil-
ver V-6 alloy, low
miles, must sell $17,350
obo. 541-0403/542- 7200 ext.
AUDI CABRIOLET CONV.
-'04 1.8 turbo, 3k mi,
'02 TT 225 Quattro
'02 TT 180 Cabrio
'01 Tr 225 Cony.
'05 A6 Quattro
'03 A6 FWD
'05 A4 Quattro
'05 A4 Cabrio 3.0
'04 A4 Cabrio 1.8
'04 S4 Cabrio V8
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BMW 325ci 2002 Auto, Prem
Pkg, sport pkg. Xeons, HK
sound $24,488 371-4728
BMW 3251A 2003
Auto, HK sound, certified
BMW 3251A 2005
Auto, Prem pkg
Auto prem. pkg, nice car,
BMW 645c1 2004
Very Sporty $59,788
98 FORD MUSTANG GT CONV.
BLUE, BLACKTOP, STICK, LOW MILES
00 FORD MUSTANG CONY,.
WHITE WITH TAN TOP, ONE OWNER, VERY NICE CAR,
97 BMW Z-3
DARK GREEN, TAN TOP, STICK, LOW MILES, RUNS AND DRIVES STRONG
01 HONDA PRELUDE S.H. STICK (THE HOT ONE)
BLACK WITH BLACK LEATHER, MOON ROOF, CD., ALL THE TOYS
2125 State Road 16
St. Augustine, FI 32084
BMW 645cic 2004
Loaded, like new $72,488
BMW 7401L 2001
Sport Pkg. Loaded, Clean
$29,988 Call 371-4728
BMW L7 '86 Sllver-227K
mi,. new tires/paint/
snroof.CD, $5K. 777.8310
BMW M3clc 2005
SMG, HK Sound 19" wheels,
Loaded $53,988 371-4728
'05X5 4X4 AWD
'05 745Li Sedan
'03 7451 Sedan
'02 74511 Sedan
'04 645 Convertible
'04 5301A Sedan
'04 5301A Sedan
'03 5251 Wagon
'04 3251A Sedan
'03 325C I Con.
'03 3251A Sedan
'03 3251A Sedan
'02 3301A Sedan
'03 M3 Convertible
'02 M3 Convertible
'02 Z3 3.0 Roadster
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SBUICK LASABRE 97'
obo. Ask for Bob.
CADILLAC SEVILLE '90
4dr, new brks/tires, fully
Ided, $2700obo. 3841712
CHEVY CAVALIER -'99,
80k mi, v6, clean car,
fully loaded AT ac,
new tires/brks, sacri-
fice $2400 obo333-7554
05.20" wheels, must
see this one. $289mo
wac. Call 338-1055
w Chevy Sllverado EXT
1995 diesel 69000
miles, custom con-
,Must See, Must Sell
& CHRYSLER 5TH AVE
parts for sale or whole
Q._I car, new alternator,
fuel pump, battery,
belts, hoses, ect. Call
955.3442 or 278-6251
Dodge 1500 '01
Quad S/bed silver
excellent cond. 5.2L
auto A/C 2WD 92k
sports pkg $9850 OBO
Dodge Stratus ES Coupe
'01. Good condition 3.0
V6 loaded, wife's car,
always serviced. $7800
or best offer. Call
FERRARI F355 1997
F355 Berlinetta, 31k mi. Mint
cond. $74,900 371-4728
Buy of the week. $3999
FORD MUSTANG '05
immaculate. 3000 mi,
loaded, must sell fast
$18,845. Call 389 7700
FORD MUSTANG CONV.
'02. Immaculate cond
loaded, priced to sell
now $9975. Call 389.7700
'05. Very low miles,
must sell fast. $239mo
wac. Call now 338-1055
FORD TAURUS SE '05
Fully loaded, low miles,
can finance with $275
down. Call 389-7700
Four New Truck/
S U V Tires
Contitrac $275 Call
219-6765 or 714-4466
4, GEO Prizm 1995
S Very clean, cold
AC, AT, runs, needs
trans repair. Call
278-7966 after 6:00pm.
Asking $1300 OBO
Geo Prizm 96'
| Very Clean body,
41 great condition,
engine needs trans
work, runs good, gas-
car. $1200. 904-278.7966
SGraco Baby Swing
For sale excellent
t condition. Less
than one year old.
Paid $80, Sell $50.
HONDA Civic EX '03, 34K
mi exc cond. $11,900.
LEXUS LS430 2004
Ultra Pkg, Navigation, Loaded
Change the rules
Now available for
& LOTUS ELISE 2005
SAVE OVER $8000.
5/60 mile war-
400 miles. SALE
Mazda 626 '93- Cold A/C
5 speed, good engine,
player, good trans-
portation. Small dent
on front fender,
136,000 ml. $1500 OBO
Mercedes E320 '97 54k
ml. 1 owner, exc cond.
FSBO $17,200. 273-2681
4. MERCEDES 450 SL
Roadster, 74' 2 dr.
conv./ hardtop red w/
tan interior. A/C, PW.
At-full cover, manuals, new
tires, brakes, $11,900. Call
904 278. 6251 or 542. 8894
'84 3805L Blue $12,900.
'91 350SDLblck. $11,500.
'83 300CD,black $5,500.
Very low ml & exc mp9,
capri blue. piano root,
Mercedes Benz 560SEL '88
Convertible w/hard top.
Complete new brake
system. Good condition.
88.7kmi. Must See to
Mercedes C 230
lt' 30k mi. Pristine!
PCS orders $25,000
O00 6. spd sunroof
leather CD silver
MERCEDES CLK 430 2001
Auto, Loaded, Nice Car
03 ESS AMG
'05 E320 Sedan
'05 E320 Sport
'03 E320 Sedan
'02 E320 Sedan
'03 S55 AMG
'05 SL55 AMG
'03 SLS00 AMG
'06 CLKS00 Cabrio
'05 CLK500 Cabrio
'05 CLK500 Coupe
'05 CLK320 Cabrio
'99 CLK320 Coupe
'05 SLK350 AMG
'02 C230 Coupe
'O5 ML350 4WD
'03 ML350 4WD (2)
'02 G500 4WD
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Mercury Grand Marquis
'03, 4 door, 15,000 miles
like new, great gas
mileage, leather seats,
was $28,700 new. Will
sacrifice $14,200 OBO.
Call Dan at 904-349-6113
MERCURY MYSTIQUE '00
Ithr interior, 4 new
clean 20Kmi. 737-4319
'01 GS. Low miles, must
go. $8995. 338-1055
Mits Lancer' 05
4dr, very low miles.
$188mo wac. 338-1055
4$ Mitsubishi Eclipse
GS '97 109k, auto,
silver, sunrobf, CD,
Sower, great cond
Will finance with $99
'03. Feel the luxury! $9999
lu lla ir-Tol-ildjidZiAi
'05 TOUAREG V8
'04 TOUAREG V8
'04 GOLF GLS 4dr
'04 GTI GLX VR6
'03 GTI GLS 1.8
'01 GTI GLS 1.8
'05 BEETLE Cony.
'03 BEETLE Cony
'02 BEETLE S
'04 PASSAT GLS
'03 PASSAT GLS (3)
'03 PASSAT Wagon
'05 JETTA (new body)
'03 JETTA GL
'02 JETTA Diesel
'02 JETTA GLS
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4, VW PASSAT GLS 2001
SClean, good cond. VW,
1 Tiptronic trans. 60K,
sunroof, CD,. 4- door
garaged, $13,700, call
Wanted Tow Dolly
1335 $2000 or Less
ACURA LEGEND -'90, 80k
ml, new pnt, 2dr, v6,
tint, ac, at. fully loaded,
BMW 3251 '02-V6,AT,
Prem pckg,sport pckg,
Loaded. $22,800. 993-9044
BUICK SKYLARK '94. Runs
great, excellent trans-
portation, need cash,
must sell $875. 389.-7700
CADILLAC SEDAN DEV-
ILLE '84 78,675mi,
white, all pwr, AT, AC,
runs gd, new batt,
belts, gd tires/upholst.
Needs some cosmetics.
Wed Thurs, Fri only.
Chevy Beretta GT '91
new brakes, runs like
new, $1200 904-276-1943
FORD TAURUS 1993
200K miles, very clean,
new AC, tires, ther-
mostat, needs trans-
mission, $850.00 obo. Call
534.4390 still runs
$199 DOWN NOWI
RIDE TODAY! I1 & UP
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Jeep Cherokee '88 New
tire 4dr, 6 cyl sysp lift
S MAZDA RX-7
1985 auto runs
good $650 obo
MITSUBISHI 3000GT '94,
loaded needs work,
$2000. Call 573-8891
PONTIAC GRAND AM
Automatic 1995 green,
ltan Interior runs great
lots'of new parts 60 yl,
130,000 miles. $175K
TOYOTA CAMRY -'90,
131k ml, $1995 obo
1 owner, 564-1574
1981 CHEVY BLAZER
at PS PW 4x4. 350 35
BFG Mud terrain, 4 in.
rancho lift. Call Chad
S1994 Jeep Grand
L 4x4 SUV Red 145K
many extras, sacrifice
$4000 OBO. Steve
ACURA SLX -'96, white,
PW, PL, snrf, Ithr int.
$4500 obo. 742-7382
CHEVY 1500 '95 2WD,
WT blk, solid truck reg
maint, call for details
CheVy 1500 kup '86-
ml. $3250. 262-6212
'04. 2 to choose from.
Call for prices
W. on'last at ini pri.A -
I 2 T.r, i.,ju
1 ,,. 9 6. 1-97 6 mk ni.
SATAC, wnit, 5WVB,
V6, Vortec, real nice.
SChevy Pickup vston
1500 series 1997,
Pl166,000 miles AT, AC,
white, SWB V6
Vo rtec, real nice
LT pkg, Lthr, OnStar, 3rd
st, every opt. avail.
CHEVY TAHOE -'04, 4wd,
V71 bk, fully loaded,
ent sys, $30k 535-6971
Wi:ll ,Wa rl [,l.milm
Loaded. Not a misprint
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Want to be treated
like family, come to
GMC- HUMMER 387-4041
1550 CASSAT AVE
S We are Chevrolet 210-3004
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600
1660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000
CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS
4x4'05 Loaded, priced to
sell this week. $19,575.
4 DODGE DAKOTA
-'96, STD cab,
S truck, runs great,
alloy wheels, black
clean, truck box, $3000.
DODGE RAM 1500 4x4
Crew Cab '05. Fully
loaded. Must sell very
quickly $18,985. 389.7700
4 FACTORY WHEELS &
i models avail. $300 and
up. 904-291-4646 Luke
FORD EXCURSION LIM-
ITED '01- white, Banks
Turbo Diesel, 3rd seat.
tow pkg, hi hwy miles,
l:1>1 *.4'J4> lii [i] II'fl
Arrive in style! $13,990
',3 Vec. ..le ; .-' IT.ui
_:.--11 1'm[l $1- l9' ,. 311
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FORD EXPLORER- '95 AT
Eddie Bauer, exc condo
$6k 861-9067 249-8777
Ford F150 Super Crew
'01- Exc shape.$11,500
must sell fast.509-8888
FORD F-150 XLT '05, S.4L,
cover, am)fm CD, pwr
pkg, 9500 mi, $20,875
obo. Call 287-5882
FORD F150 XLT '93 X-cab
V8, good & condition &
miles, $3900. 880-8366
GMC JIMMY- '00 4x4,
SLT trim low mi, Black
/Grey thr $9K 215-4122
I s-i4r4lJ ; 3 *I }:
Import Headquarter spe-
cial of the week! $5999
Every option avail., priv.
owner, perfect cond.
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
'05. Outstanding cond
loaded, priced to sell
$18,975. Call 389.7700
103K mi, new top, good
cond. $2500. 860-9527
'04. Auto, 4x4, low miles.
$17,988 or $298mo wac.
Must call now 338-1055
Lincoln Navigator '98
Red,4x4 3rd seat, 160k ml
'04 4x4. Very low mi,
must sell fast $259mo
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atantic Blvd. 721-5000
NORM FMRfiA UNCOII MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000
LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
UVB"1 !A f^ B
97. Need to sell fast.
$7995. Call 338-1055
SUZUKI XL-7 4x4 '04
Immaculate, fully loaded
low miles, must sell this
week. $15,975. 389.-7700
'01. Very low mi, must
call $15,988. 338-1055
'02. Clean, need to sell
fast. Won't last at
$15,988. Call 338-1055
Hybrid '04 11,500
miles, Pkg #4, side
air bags, gauge
kept, like new, white,
Toyota Tacoma '04- Pre
Runner 4dr,ext cab, 30k
'05 Reg Cab. V6, very low
mi es, $248mo wac.
.Yl' 1Imf illI 211];Wil)
Stands apart from the
Nicest in Jax! $6995
DODGE 1500 RAM'01, -
loaded 49K, mi, warr
DODGE GRAND CARA-
VAN -'96, $1750. Good
FORD E-250 -cargo van,
'00, AT, AC, ready to
work, good cond, $4900
obo. Must Sell 997-1098
4 Mercury Villager '98
Nautica edition mini
k van. Garage kept,
$2900 obo. Cal
Toyota Sienna XLE '00
64K mi, like new. $14,900
$5001 POLICE IMPOUNDS!
Cars from $500! Listings
4 2000 ETON ATV
blue, $600 obo. Call
4 w/ roll bars single
k1 rider. Needs gas
tank, rusted out.
$55. Will repair, $250
obo. Call 904-879-9838
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SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
mTL WinJ: :r-"
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200
10585 Atlantic Blvd 998-7111
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
Besides protecting our country, military
personnel stationed in our communities
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia last year. Their time
was given to community organizations,
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