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Troops To Teachers
Program Offers New Career After Navy
Page 3


The End Of An Era
VS-30 Disestablished During Ceremony
Pages 6-7


Degree required
Navy Making Education A Priority
Page 8


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2005


Boensel takes the


www.jaxairnews.com


helm


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel
assumed command of Navy
Region Southeast during a
change of command ceremony
Friday in Hangar 116. He
relieved Rear Adm. Annette E.
Brown, who had been the region's
commander since October 2002.
Adm. John Nathman, com-
mander, U.S. Fleet Forces Com-
mand, was the guest speaker.
"Rear Adm. Brown did a great
job supporting the 24/7 operation
of fighting the war on terrorism
and I know Rear Adm. Boensel
will continue to set high stan-
dards for this region," Nathman
said.
Following Nathman's remarks,
Brown was presented the Navy
Meritorious Service Medal.
During her speech, Brown
praised the commitment and sup-
port of the men and women of
Navy Region Southeast.
"I appreciate the trust you put
in me. It has, been a privilege to
work with all of you and I know
you'll do the same outstanding
job for Rear Adm. Boensel, as you
did for me," she said.
Boensel officially took com-
mand following the reading of the
orders.
"Navy Region Southeast plays a
vital role in our country's ability
to defend itself. It's an impressive
organization and its reputation is


Photo byJO1 Mike England
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel addresses
the crowd during the change of command ceremony.


due, in large part, to your dedica-
tion to duty. I look forward to fac-
ing the challenges that lie ahead
with such a fine group of people.
There's no time to waste,"
remarked Boensel.
A native of Cambridge, Mass.,
Boensel grew up in Southern
California and graduated from
the United States Naval Academy
in 1978. He underwent flight
training and was designated a
naval flight officer in 1979.


Upon completion of initial S-3A
training at VS-41, Boensel report-
ed to VS-29 where he-made a
Western Pacific/Indian Ocean
deployment aboard USS Kitty
Hawk (CV-63) and an around the
world deployment aboard USS
Carl Vinson (CVN-70). He then
reported to VS-41 as a flight
instructor. While there, he served
as the S-3A/B weapon system
model manager. Boensel next
reported to the staff of


Photo by PH3 Clarck Desire
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel relieves Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown as
Commander, Navy Region Southeast at a change of command ceremony
Friday in Hangar 116 at NAS Jacksonville.
Commander Carrier Air Wing 10 participated in Operation Desert
where he served as the antisub- Shield. He next reported to Wash-
marine warfare officer and ington, D.C., where he served as
administrative officer. His next special assistant for aviation to
assignment was as a student at the Assistant Secretary of the
the United States Naval War Navy (Installations and Environ-
College where he graduated from ment).
the College of Command and In 1994, Boensel reported as
Staff in 1989. executive officer of VS-37; there
Boensel returned to the fleet as he deployed to the western Pacific
a squadron department head in aboard Kitty Hawk and subse-
VS-37, holding the billets of train- quently disestablished the squad-
ing officer, operations officer, and ron. Boensel assumed command
maintenance officer. During this of VS-29 in July 1995 and com-
tour, he deployed to the Indian pleted an Arabian Gulf deploy-
Ocean and Arabian Gulf aboard
USS Independence (CV-62) and See BOENSEL, Page 14


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
HM1 Tomasine Jordan of Navy Medicine Support
Command Jacksonville works on literacy skills on the
computer with 4-year-old Gabrielle Bryan at the NAS
Jax Child Development Center Dec. 8.


Volunteers help

children. learn to read

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Twenty members from Navy Medicine Support
Center (NMSC) Jacksonville are volunteering
their time in an effort to help prepare the children
at the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department's Child Development Center (CDC) learn to
read. The new program, which is part of Jacksonville
Mayor John Peyton's "Rally Jacksonville," began last
Thursday when five volunteers from NMSC spent some
time at the center meeting the children and reading to
them.
"Rally Jacksonville" was initiated last year as part of
the mayor's literacy initiative a plan to get every pre-
kindergarten living in Duval County ready to read.
Currently, there are 7,000 children in Jacksonville
enrolled in Mayor Peyton's Book Club. Members of the
club are mailed free books each month. These books are
especially written for children living in Duval County
See READERS, Page 14


Photo by PHAN Jacqueline Hall
Veterans recite the Pledge of Allegiance during the World War II Commemoration Ceremony. Nearly 300 World War II veter-
ans attended the ceremony on board NAS Jacksonville Dec. 5.


WWII vets honored during special ceremony


ByJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer


inside Hangar 116 Dec. 5, 270
World War II veterans were offi-
cially recognized for their'bravery
and sacrifices during a special cere-
mony. While the event took place, U.S.
Representative Ander Crenshaw, R-
Fla., gave each veteran a certificate of
appreciation.
Many of the aging veterans accept-
ed their certificates from the con-
gressman while wearing their origi-
nal uniforms, some adorned with the
Distinguished Flying Cross or Bronze
Star Award.
At the beginning of the ceremony,
they revered Old Glory and the flags
of all the armed services with sharp
salutes or hands on their hearts dur-
ing the parading of the colors.


Photo by ]02(SW) Bill Lamed
Navy veteran William Sutton stands
between Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown,
commander, Navy Region Southeast
and Congressman Ander Crenshaw, R-
Fla., after receiving his certificate for
service during World War II.
Shortly afterward, Chaplain (Lt.)
Jose Molina of the NAS Jax Base
Chapel delivered an invocation.


"Today we are gathered to appreciate
those who served in one of the most
decisive wars of our time. The securi-
ty, the quality of life we enjoy today is
because of you, our nation's greatest
generation," he told the veterans.
Commander, Navy Region South-
east, Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown
told veterans the nation and the
world owed them a debt of gratitude
for their courage. "You took risks most
of us will never know, on the ocean, on
foreign shores and in the air. Your
devotion is a source of pride and
inspiration for all of us, and we can
never thank you enough," Brown said.
She closed her speech by introducing
Crenshaw.
Crenshaw reminded the audience
that freedom is easily taken for grant-
See VETS, Page 14


TOUCHING Jax Air News holiday schedule to the holidays, the office will have limited staff
available. Articles and ads will be accepted during
BA This is the last issue of the Jax Air News for 2005. this time for the January issue. For more informa-
Em The next edition will be published Jan. 5, 2006. Due tion during the holiday season, call 542-5588.







2 lax AIr INeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005


j -


Looking at the glass as half full


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
I don't know that too
many people come into
their first enlistment in
the Navy with the mentality
that this is going to be a
career, but a lot of us end up
making the choice to stay
Navy. So what is it that
influences our decision to go
from a one-enlistment
Sailor to a career Sailor?
Of course, acceptance of
the military lifestyle is pre-
requisite for anyone to con-
sider staying in, but most of
us have that, or we would
have become an attrition
statistic.
As much as I would love
to say dedication to duty
and country is the major
deciding factor for all
Sailors to stay past their
first term in the Navy, I
think it's shared by the ben-
efits the Navy has to offer
and, yes, the money.
Now I would like to pro-
vide an example of the Navy
package. An E4 with more
than three years of service
makes a base pay of $1,787
a month, or $21,444 per
year, before taxes. This is
your base pay, not including
your housing, subsistence,
clothing allowance, sea pay,
or other special pays. Cha-


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
ching!
For E4s stationed on
Oahu, they are receiving
$13,932 a year for housing.
Ignoring the rest of the
additional pay, just based on
base pay and housing, an E4
would have to be making
$35,376 a year in the civil-
ian sector to cover base pay
and housing if ignoring the
other variables such as
taxes.
And, again, this is ignor-
ing the other special pays
Sailors receive and the serv-
ices rendered, like medical
and dental care, Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) services, quality of
housing, etc. And this is also
ignoring that much of your
salary, such as housing and
subsistence is not subject to
federal taxes whereas your


entire civilian paycheck
would be.
However, if we were to
add in all the other vari-
ables, an E4 with over three
years in would have to be
making $42,000 a year as
opposed to the $21,444 he's
making in the military.
But deciding to stay Navy
goes beyond money and
delves into areas somewhat
overlooked. For instance,
those 30 days of paid vaca-
tion you are authorized each
year. Most civilian jobs only
offer 10 days a year. And
where most civilian jobs
would give you six paid holi-
days per year, the Navy
gives you 10. Are you get-
ting this? Keep adding it up.
There are also the educa-
tional opportunities that
abound in the Navy from
our 100 percent tuition
assistance to our free CLEP
and DSST exams to the
PACE courses. Not to-men-
tion the further you advance
in rate, the more credit you
can possibly get toward your
college degree. The Navy
has numerous programs
leading to college degrees
and has arrangements with
many colleges to grant cred-
it and direct Sailors on a
rating-specific roadmap to
their education. There are
even more opportunities to
earn credit toward your


bachelor's and master's
within several rates. Have
you downloaded your
SMART transcript? Do you
know what SMOLAA is?
Other benefits that you
are privy to when you stay
Navy are free legal service,
tax service, discounted child
care, spouse employment
assistance, Thrift Savings
Plan, access to Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) services like the
base clubs, MWR events and
discounted tickets, fitness
centers, pools, tennis courts
and golf courses, discounted
equipment rentals, hobby
shops, spouse social clubs,
reduced-cost commissary
and exchanges, and, for
Sailors from or in certain
areas, no state taxes or
reduced fees, for many
things such as car registra-
tion.
The cost adds up when
comparing what you would
spend to have access to
these or similar services as
a civilian. Would you be able
to afford to have the luxury
of a gym membership or
would you have to save that
money for your medical
insurance? And it's not just
that staying Navy benefits
your wallet; it also benefits
your lifestyle.

See GLASS, Page 18


SWill the Grinch I mean our dog, Annie steal Christmas?
Will the Grinch I mean our dog, Annie steal Christmas?


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
he's not green and smelly-
although she does need a hair-
cut-but Annie, our fun-loving
(read: insane) border collie is now
seven months old and definitely on a
mission to steal Christmas...by devour-
ing it.
Oh, alright, and she does sort of
smell.
It all started two weeks ago, when I
spent the afternoon untangling white
Christmas lights and draping them
over our bushes in the front yard,
bushes that are somewhat bare due to
Annie's appetite, shall we say, for
greenery.
Not one hour after I had finished, I
looked out the front window and saw
Annie wrapped up in the twinkling
lights like a furry black-and-white
Christmas tree. Her tongue was hang-
ing out and on her face was an expres-
sion I can only describe as blissful dog-
gie glee and, um, holiday cheer? Yes,
surely that's what it was, an overabun-
dance of enthusiasm.
The next day, Annie ate the antlers
off our wooden reindeer in the front
yard, so we moved it to the back porch,
where she's not allowed.
In hindsight, I guess we should have
moved the "Protected by Brinks" sign,
too. Then again, who knew a dog could
chew through soft metal reflector
material?
I reluctantly showed the half-eaten
sign to my husband, Dustin, who does-


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Is it safe to shop online?
Do you have any recom-
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are. In fact, some of them
are scams or convenient
ways to commit identify
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by some basic safety tips.
Here are a few tips from an
article recently offered by
bankrate.com.
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names on the line.
For any company, when in
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n't have the same patience for Annie's
antics. To my surprise, Dustin just
smiled and proclaimed our house "pro-
tected by Brinks....and the dog who ate
this sign."
By the time we went to pick out a
Christmas tree and brought it home to
decorate a few days later,.we had got-
ten smart about Annie's mischief and
hung all our ornaments out of her
reach several feet off the ground. With
each wooden snowflake and plastic
Santa 3-year-old Owen hung on the
tree he said, "We have to hang this up
high so Annie won't eat it, right?"
"Right, like she ate that metal sign,"
Ford (5) said giggling.
This whole thing was becoming
quite funny to Ford and Owen, who
enjoy watching Dustin stomp off to the
. garage to get a shovel after Anpie digs
a whole in the front yard (I think she's
tunneling out one paw-full of dirt at a
time, like Tim Robbins in "Shawshank
Redemption"), until the day the boys'
Justice League collection went miss-
ing.
Like a good mom who needs some
peace and quiet and doesn't have .time
for temper tantrums, I searched the
house up and down for Superman and
his superhero friends. Beneath my bed
I found a headless Batman sticking
out from under Annie's pillow. I gri-
maced and lifted the cover.
Annie had chewed the plastic heads
off of the entire Justice League. Yet
explaining the tragedy to Ford and
Owen was surprisingly easy. They
accepted it with the same practiced


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does not have a phone num-
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Encryption does not
equal security. One expert
notes that the first thing to
look for before you type in
your credit card informa-
tion is the "plural URL."
When you go to the site's
"check-out" page, the "http"
should change to "https." A
closed padlock or key
should also appear on the
page, letting you know your
personal information will
be encrypted or scrambled.
If you .ever see numbers at
the beginning of the URL
such as
http//88.199@345.54332, it
is probably a scam.
When you get ready to
pay, pay with a credit card.
Credit cards are the safest
method to pay for online
purchases. The last thing
you want to use is your
debit card. Debit cards pull
money right from your
bank account and you may
never see that money
again. If you do not want


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a third-party escrow service
such as PayPal.
Shopping online can be
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patience as when they hear that their
military father is flying-"again"-and
won't be at the school's Christmas
play--"again."
But I guess it's not fair to say Annie
is trying to steal Christmas like the
Grinch. She's just a puppy and doesn't
understand that chewing on the thin
green wire tangled in our bushes will
cause all the Christmas lights to go
out. And, really, how could she know
those twigs were supposed to, be rein-
deer antlers-when they look like per-
fectly good sticks?
You see, Annie's forgivable because
she's goofy and cute...just like the
Grinch (Oh, come on, you know the
Grinch is cute!). So she eats metal
signs like the Grinch eats glass, and
she sneaks in little boys' rooms to take
their toys, but not before she lays her
muzzle on the edge of Owen's bed and
listens to him snore. And not before
she stares up at a sleeping Ford with
big, watery eyes.
Annie might herd the boys like little
lost sheep, and sometimes she snatch-
es their Superman capes off their
backs, but for all her mischief, I've
seen the way Annie barks when anoth-
er strange dog comes near, or when
one of the boys gets close to the street.
Yes, she's on the Naughty List, for
sure, but Santa, please don't bring
Annie any lumps of coal this year. Her
heart is growing and she means well.
And besides, she'd probably just eat
it anyway.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com


safe as long as you take a
few "common sense" pre-
cautions. When in doubt,
check it out!
More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


SUNDAY SERVICES

SYou are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Serxices this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m -Catholic
3 Mass
a s






S11 a.m. Protestant
P. M

o Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9.45-
S10"45 a.m., ard Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15
p.m.


H 3 LETICIR RODRIGUEZ

1M. Job title/command:
S Medical Staff Specialist,
.. Navy Medicine Support
S Command

Hometown: Pontiac, Mich.

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: Hospital Corps
School, Great Lakes, II1.

Career Plans: To attend Preventative
Medicine Technician "C" School and get a
degree in public health.

Most Interesting Experience:
Participating in Operation Bulldog earlier this
year and being the Marines'"Baby Doc."

Words of Wisdom: To be a good leader,
you need to know how to follow.




T E er VIU .

S CSSRNDRR ALLEN
Job title/command:
Business Office Director,
FISC Jax

Hometown: Jacksonville


Family Life: Married with two sons.

Past Duty Stations: VP-62

Career Plans: To complete requirements
for a master's degree in business administra-
tion.

Most Interesting Experience: Support
Operations Noble Eagle and Enduring
Freedom while mobilized as an SKC in 2001.

Words of Wisdom: Keep the faith. Never
lose sight of your life-long dreams or goals -
aim high!


Influenza vaccine available at

Naval Hospital and Branch Clinics
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is now administering
influenza vaccine to TRICARE beneficiaries. This
year, the vaccine is offered to all TRICARE Prime,
Plus and Standard subscribers, regardless 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: 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 both forms of the vaccine at
the clinics before it is administered.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat' Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer JO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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JaxAir NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005 3


Service members learn


about Troops To Teachers


ByJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer


Photo courtesy of CPRW- 11
Sailors observe a simulated alcohol-related accident during Commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing Eleven's Bottle-to-Grave program. The program also included class-
room lectures and a discussion session at the chapel.


CPRW-11 program:


Don't mix alcohol, driving


By Lt. Tony Walters
CPRW-11 PAO
apt. Dennis Sinnett,
commander, CPRW-
11 presented his
Bottle-to-Grave program to
60 NAS Jacksonville-based
Sailors Friday.
This program is designed
to expose individuals to a
realistic "in your face" view
of the tragic outcomes that
inevitably happen when
one decides to consume
alcohol and then drive an
automobile.
The Bottle-to-Grave sem-
inar was structured to
combine classroom train-
ing with a real-life educa-
tional experience. The
themes of being a responsi-
ble individual and making
the right choices were
emphasized throughout.
The NAS Jacksonville
Security Department and
Command Judge
Advocates Office began the


session in Hangar 1000
with instructive briefs
designed to detail all the
personal hazards of drink-
ing and driving.
The group was then
transported by bus to a
staged "drunk driving"
vehicular accident staged
in the McCaffrey softball
complex parking area.
The audience observed
various aspects of an alco-
hol-related accident,
including police and fire
department arrival, victim
treatment by emergency
medical services, "drunk
driver" field sobriety test
administration and the
subsequent arrest proce-
dures.
Representatives from
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Branch Medical
Clinic, NAS Jax Security
and Fire Department
briefed the group during
this evolution.


After the vehicular acci-
dent, the audience
reassembled at the Base
Chapel where Cmdr. Bill
Johns, VP-5 commanding
officer, presented the eulo-
gy he gave in June when
one of his Sailors was
killed by a drunk driver.
The wing chaplain con-
cluded the chapel visit
with a short discussion
relating to making the
right choices in life and
avoiding the potential
tragic events caused by
drinking and driving.


Florida Department of Education
representative Ron Burton gave a
seminar on the Troops To Teachers
Program Dec. 6 in Building 848. His pres-
entation informed military members fac-
ing retirement or separation that their
professional skills could have a relevant
place in the country's school system.
Each year, the state of Florida needs
more than 21,000 new teachers to educate
the next generation. The Troops to
Teachers Program can help qualifying
service members pay for teacher certifica-
tion requirements.
"I would like start by telling you what
Troops to Teachers is not," Burton said.
"We are not a teacher certifying center,
nor an employment service agency. Troops
To Teachers is a counseling service pro-
viding money to help fulfill certification
requirements and information to assist
those interested understand the market
for teachers."
According to Burton, up to $5,000 per
applicant from the Department of
Education is available for financial assis-
tance and additional money is paid once
school district employment is verified.
Active duty members with an approved
retirement date who are within one year
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Photos courtesy of CBMU 202 Det Jax
Portions of the sidewalk that run the perimeter of the flag football field have been damaged
after years of growth of many of the large trees on base. Seabees from from Construction
Battalion Mobile Unit 202 Detachment Jacksonville work to repair many stretches of the side-
walk.

Seabees ease the way for Sailor's morning run
By Sue Brink F1 'i 'T u-
Public Affairs Officer Facilities Team Southeast ,,


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Photo by PH3(AW) Adam Herrada
Sailors from commands throughout Navy Region Southeast donned their whites to
march in a parade at Orlando's Magic Kingdom Dec. 5 for the taping of the Disney
World Military Salute Christmas Day special. The Sailors, along with their families and
fellow service members from the Army, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard spent the
rest of the day enjoying the park.


VR-58 Sailor elected to office


Seabees from Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202
Detachment Jacksonville are smooth-
ing out the last stretch of sidewalk that
runs around the large field that is used on
base for flag football. With two yards of
concrete left to pour, Sailors on board NAS
Jacksonville will have an easier early
morning run.
"The sidewalks here must be at least 40
years old," said TM1 Craig Romero of the
NAS Jax Weapons Department. Romero
monitors the base Weapons Department
team during their physical training as they
run around the flag football field. "There
are many Sailors that like to run and don't
have to pay attention, but there are many
that are here (running) because they have
to and the repairs made to the sidewalks
will improve safety and help eliminate trip
hazards."
The Seabees took on this project to help
the First Lieutenant Division. The repair
work covers four different areas of dilapi-
dated sidewalk. Thirty-seven cubic yards of
concrete has been poured. When the proj-


A Seabee from Construction Battalion Mobile
Unit 202 Detachment Jacksonville puts the
final touches on the newly poured sidewalk.
ect is complete, the Seabees will have
replaced 39 cubic yards of cement.


at University of North Florida MWR Tropical Freeze event is Saturday
F" he NAS Jax Morale. the holiday season. down the hill and snowba


By Joanna Norris
UNF Department of Media Relations
and Events
A M2(NAC) Todd Uhl-
man of VR-58 was
elected as the first
vice president of the
Florida Student Nurses
Association (FSNA) during
the organization's annual
convention.
A junior nursing student
at the University of North
Florida (UNF), he was also
appointed to chair the by-
laws committee for the
association.
Approximately 1,000
nursing students from
across the state attended
this year's conference, held
in Daytona Beach.
FSNA aids in the prepa-
ration of nursing students
for the assumption of pro-


AM2(NAC)
Todd Uhlman
fessional responsibilities as
well as the development of
the whole, person and their
responsibility for the
healthcare of people in all
walks of life.
A former resident of
Havelock, N.C., Uhlman
has received numerous
honors and awards during


his military career such as
the Global War on
Terrorism Service Award,
Naval Reserve Meritorious
Service Medal, National
Defense Service Medal and
the Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal.
Uhlman has served in
various leadership roles on
the UNF campus, including
president, pre-licensure
nursing class; School of
Nursing Flagship Commit-
tee student representative;
College of Health Building
Committee student repre-
sentative and member of
UNF's Student Nurses
Association.
He is also vice president
of the North Florida
Umpires Association as
well as a member of the
River City Umpires
Association.


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I Welfare and Recrea-
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Youth Activities Center is
again bringing you snow for


The Tropical Freeze event
is Saturday from 12-4 p.m.
at the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Enjoy sledding


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fights. Free cookies and
drinks will be provided.
For more details, call 778-
9772.


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he NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee will host a Martin Luther King 5K run
at Perimeter Road near the antenna farm Jan. 11 .
at 8 a.m.
The event is free and open to all authorized gym
patrons. There will be four divisions: men's active duty,
women's active duty, men's open and women's open with
awards for first, second and third place in each division.
For more information, call Tim at 542-2930 or JO1 Mike
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NCLC holiday schedule
From Staff Dec. 30 Closed
Jan. 2 Closed
he holiday hours for the Navy Jan. 3-5 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
College Learning Center are: Jan. 6 8 a.m. to noon
Dec. 16 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Dec. 16 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 9-12 8 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Dec. 19-22 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Jan 9-12 8 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Dec. 23 8 a.m. to noon Jan. 13 8 a.m. 1 p.m.
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NCLC offers fi
From Staff
he Navy College Learning Center
offers free ASVAB/ACT/SAT prep
classes to help increase scores in
math, reading and English.
The following are the upcoming classes:


ree prep classes
Jan. 9-20, Jan. 23 Feb. 3, Feb. 6-17.
Seating is limited and reserved on a first-
come basis. No cost TAD orders are
required and participants must be referred
by a career counselor.
For more information, call 542-3676 or
email jacksonvillenclc@plato.com.


Naval Hosptal 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. In
order to allow our staff time to take leave and enjoy the holidays with
their families, during Christmas and New Years, your Satellite
Pharmacy, Building 950, will be closed every afternoon at 4 p.m. now
through Jan. 6. We wish all a very happy holiday season.
The hospital Emergency Department will be open 24/7 throughout
the holidays.


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Photo by PH3 Randall Damm
An SH-60F Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the "Tridents" of HS-3 prepares to lift off the
flight deck during flight operations aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Dec. 5. Roosevelt and embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight
(CVW-8) are currently underway on a regularly scheduled deployment conducting mar-
itime security operations.


Photo byJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson presents a frocking certificate
to TM1 (SW) William Conyers of the Weapons
Department Dec. 8. Conyers was one of
more than 30 NAS Jax Sailors recently pro-
moted.


NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson presents AC3 Marcus Walton with
his frocking letter during a frocking ceremo-
ny at the BOQ pavilion Dec. 8.


36 NAS Jax Sailors frocked


From Staff
he following person-
nel have been frocked
to their new rates:
FC1 Jeremiah Bond
AC1 Michelle Coley
TM1 William Conyers
AC1 Jeffrey Delgrange
SH1 Charlotte Gee
TM1 Victor Martinez
AC1 Melanie Potts
AT1 Terrence Rivers
ET1 Dana Roberson
TM1 Jarrod Thompson
MA1 Tremayne Thornton
FC1 Brian White
AC1 Brent Young
TM2 Jeremy Adams


CS2 Benjamin Armbruster
TM2 Christopher Carlock
TM2 Corey Carrington
MA2 Clyde Davis
TM2 Teadra Devillars
AC2 Ryan Didominicus
A02 Brian Nichols
AC2 Joseph Herrera
A02 Vernorris Walker
ABH2 Matthew Kolb
AC2 Lance Page
ABH2Nilb Tayag
A03 Marquis Dawkins
A03 Gabrielle Little
AC3 Russell Neesham
AC3 Brian Page
AC3 Matthew Rhodes
TM3 Eileen Rodriguez


TM3 Joseph Sexton
MA3 Robert Smith
EN3 Damon Vicory
ACAN Marcus Walton


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From Staff
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limited visitor parking. The visitor parking area is
marked with signs in the parking lot.
All other parking areas are for those personnel working
in Building 1 who have an orange placard designating
them a parking space. This placard must be visible from
outside their vehicle. There is also a designated parking
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Photo courtesy of the Naval Aviation Museum
A VS-30 Grumman AF-2S lands on board USS Block Island (CVE 106) in 1953. VS-30 operated AFs from July 1952
until mid-1955 when the Grumman S2F-1 Tracker replaced the largest propeller aircraft operated off a carrier.


Mock funeral marks V5-30 ceremony


From VS-30
Public Affairs Office
ec. 9 marked the end of
an era in naval aviation
history. After 52 years of
dedicated service and with more
than 26 years and 89,000 class
"A" mishap-free flight hours, VS-
30 was deactivated.
The guest speaker for the cere-
mony was Rear Adm. David
Architzel, commander, Oper-
ational Test and Evaluation
Force, a former VS-30 command-
ing officer and the senior active
naval aviator from the Viking
community.
The disestablishment ceremony
included a flyover of S-3 Viking
aircraft from NAS Jacksonville
and some vintage aircraft.
Afterwards, present and former
squadron members joined VS-30
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
William Suggs Jr. in a mock
funeral procession from Hangar
116 to the NAS Jax Officers'
Club. A VS-30 "headstone" was
ceremoniously laid to start a
"graveyard" of VS squadrons.
VS-30 was born as the result of
the redesignation of Air
Antisubmarine Squadron (ASW)
801 on April 1, 1953. Shortly
thereafter, it transitioned to the
Grumman S-2F Tracker, deploy-
ing on "straight deck" CVS anti-
submarine carriers to the
Atlantic, Caribbean and
Mediterranean Sea.
In June of 1960, VS-30 changed
its base of operations from
Norfolk, Va. to NAS Key West,
Fla., and was designated the S-2
"Tracker" Readiness Training
Squadron for the Atlantic Fleet.
It was during this time that the
squadron earned the nickname
"Diamondcutters," by taking
"nuggets" fresh from the training
command and honing their skills
to the fine edge needed to be fleet
aviators. Two years later, during
the Cuban Missile Crisis, VS-30
crews' integrated into fleet
squadrons.
In order to consolidate all
Atlantic Fleet VS assets at a sin-
gle site, the squadron was direct-
ed to relocate its men and
machines to NAS Quonset Point,
R.I., in July 1970.
VS-30 continued its primary
mission of indoctrinating and
training pilots, aircrewmen and
maintenance personnel while
compiling an impressive safety
record of more than 50,000 acci-
dent-free flight hours and earning
several commendations for exem-
plary service.
With the closure of NAS
Quonset Point, VS-30 made
another permanent move in
September 1973 to NAS Cecil
Field while it continued to train
S-2 aircrew and maintenance per-
sonnel.
Eventually, VS-30 took over S-2
training for both the Atlantic and
Pacific fleets as well as training
crews from Argentina, Turkey,
Brazil, Venezuela, Peru and


South Korea.
In 1976, after 22 years of flying
the S-2 Tracker, VS-30 became an
operational fleet squadron and
transitioned to the S-3A Viking,
an all-weather, carrier-based air-
craft, providing protection against
hostile surface combatants while
also functioning as a tanker.
The squadron began its first
operational deployment with the
S-3A aircraft in April 1978 on
board USS Forrestal (CV 59) as
part of Carrier Air Wing
Seventeen (CVW-17).
From 1979 to 1988, VS-30 com-
pleted many successful deploy-
ments on board USS Forrestal
and USS Saratoga.
In July 1988, VS-30 became the
first fleet squadron to receive the
enhanced capability Harpoon/
ISAR equipped S-3B, immediate-
ly deploying on board USS
Independence (CV 62) for the
"Around the Horn" cruise.
During the 1990s, VS-30 partic-
ipated in Operations Desert
Shield and Desert Storm, during
whichsquadron aircrews flew in
more than 44 strikes and com-
piled 1,230 flight hours in 258
combat sorties.
The Diamondcutters returned
to USS Saratoga in 1994 for her
farewell deployment to the
Mediterranean Sea and pro-
vided large-scale support
to NATO forces involved
in peacekeeping ef-
forts in the Adriatic ,
Sea off the coast .
of Bosnia-Her- X i
zegovina. ,
The Dia- i
mondcutters '
first deploy-
ment on
board
USS


Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force Rear Adm. David Arch
piped aboard at the beginning of VS-30's Decommissioning Ceremony.
Enterprise (CVN 65) on June 28, tion Decisive Endeavor with
1996, was in support of Opera- NATO forces.
During this deployment,
S. the squadron also participat-
.ed in operation Southern
SWatch over southern
Iraq.
In June 1998,
, ,- VS-30 deployed
on board USS
l Dwight D.


Photos by
PH2Jamar
Perry
VS-30 held a
parade
led by a horse
carriage
in honor of the
squadron's
52-vear history
during their
decommissioning
ceremony Dec. 9.


itzel (right) renders a salute as he's

Eisenhower, participating in sev-
eral multinational exercises
including Sharem 125 and Fancy
'98 in the Mediterranean and
Operation Southern Watch in the
Arabian Gulf.
As a result of their perform-
ance, the squadron was awarded
its third Commander Sixth Fleet
(COMSIXTHFLT) Hook-em
Award for ASW excellence'in the
Mediterranean theater, their
third Capt. Arnold J. Isbell
Award and the 1998 CSCWL
Arleigh Burke Award.
The Diamondcutters spent the
early portion of 1999 engaged in
turnaround training for their
June 2000 deployment on board
USS George Washington (CVN-
73), making it the first time a
Viking squadron had cruised
with the new Carrier Airborne
Inertial Navigation System II.
In December of 1999, VS-30
achieved a very noteworthy mile-
stone when it met the require-
ments to receive the Naval
Safety Center 20-year Class "A"
Mishap-Free Award. VS-30 was
also nominated for the Phoenix
Award for maintenance efficiency
in 1999.
In 2000, Team Diamond re-
turned to USS George Washing-
ton for a very successful Mediter-
ranean deployment and trained
with the Turkish, British and
Oman military forces. In was
during this time that the
squadron won another Battle "E"
Award.
After the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks
on U.S. soil, VS-30 reacted by
launching four aircraft, aircrew-
men and maintainers to USS
George Washington in support of

See VS-30, Page 7





Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005


Former and present VS-30 commanding officers attend the decommissioning ceremony.


Commanding Officer Cmdr. William Suggs Jr. with the command pennant
during the "Diamondcutters" Decommissioning Ceremony Dec. 9.


Service members, Department of Defense civilians and guests stand at attention as the color guard parades the
colors at the beginning of the VS-30 Decommissioning Ceremony.


V5-30: Squadron shuts down after 52 years service

CFrom Page 6

'*. Operation Noble Eagle.
,.Operations Enduring Freedom
and Southern Watch returned
V VS-30 to combat missions while
on a Mediterranean/Persian Gulf
cruise in which aviators flew
more than 300 combat hours.
This deployment made it possi-
ble for VS-30 to become the first
Navy Viking squadron to deploy
with the Maverick Plus upgrade.
On June 7, 2004, the
Diamondcutters made their
final deployment on board USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67) in sup-
port of Operations Iraqi Freedom
and Enduring Freedom and the
global war on terrorism.
VS-30 completed their last
operational commitment during
a surge sustainment period on
board Kennedy as part of the
Navy's Fleet Response Plan last
February.
Finally, in September, the
Diamondcutters participated in
EA. CONTROL their last mission, a joint count-
SRON Fer-drug operation with VS-31 and
TRE ER() the Air Force 429th
Expeditionary Operations
Squadron in the Netherlands
Antilles that resulted in a drug
bust and disruption of South
American drug smuggling opera-
tions.
VS-30 will be remembered as
the squadron that helped keep
the S-3B Viking community on
the cutting edge of naval avia-
DIMOND CUTTERS tion by adapting to a changing
PRIL enemy threat and incorporating
n new weapons and technology.
After 52 years of existence, the
Diamondcutters leave behind an
indelible mark on the annals of
A bagpiper plays a song during the VS-30 Decommissioning Ceremony. naval aviation.


Members of VS-30 end the "Diamondcutters" legacy with a decommis-
sioning and tombstone ceremony aboard NAS Jacksonville, near the St.
Johns River.


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VS-30 Commanding Officer Cmdr. William Suggs Jr. kneels beside the
ceremonial tombstone, signifying the end of the "Diamondcutter's" 52-
year legacy.






8 JaxAIrNeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas


By Chaplain Lt. Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel

~( Toy to the World," the
Same of that hymn loved
by many, can be easily
forgotten during the Christmas
season as our thinking and our
time become dominated by that
most dreaded Christmas disease
known as "the shopping mall syn-
drome."
The initial symptoms are very
subtle and hardly recognizable.
It usually starts when we sit
down to write the list of those
who will be at the receiving end
of our generosity. The motives
are good, but as we develop the
list, the issues become more com-
plex.
You know what I mean:
What if Aunt Harriet shows up
with a gift this year and I don't
have one for her?
What is the politically correct
gift to give my boss this year?


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


If I do not get my child the GI
Joe with the Kung-Fu grip, he'll
be traumatized for life!
As the days and weeks
progress, the symptoms become
more pronounced.
You finally hit rock bottom
when you break out in a cold
sweat next to the Barbie Doll sec-
tion of the toy store. You realize
that you have overdrawn your
checking account by $500 and you
need to cover it with a cash
advance "pronto." At this point,
"Joy to the World" has turned into
a new tune, "The Christmas Time
Blues."
Don't take me wrong!
Christmas time is all about giv-
ing and receiving. However, "the
shopping mall syndrome" does
create confusion in people's minds
about the motives and reasons for


Chaplain Lt. Joe Molina

giving. So, in order to redirect
our motives and our methods we
need to return to the original


Christmas story which we com-
memorate this season. As we
return to the manger in
Bethlehem, we can relearn some
vital realities about present-day
Christmas. The historical birth of
the Christ child in very humble
surroundings points us to some
very simple and very practical
verities:
You can't buy Christmas; you
can only give it. The very first
Christmas, the birth of Jesus had
nothing to do with purchased
gifts, but it had everything to do
with passion for persons. The
holiday season reminds us that
God's passion is for people. Our
. exchange of gifts is symbolic of
God's gift to humankind, that is,
God's incomparable gift.
You can't buy Christmas; you
can only believe in it. Christmas


represents our saying "yes" to
something beyond all emotions
and feelings. It believes in God's
possibilities to overcome impossi-
bilities. When you give a gift it is
your expression of "belief"; it is
your expression of faith and
acknowledgement of the season's
significance.
You can't buy Christmas; you
can only live it everyday! I
believe that our lives would be
revolutionized if we truly under-
stood and practiced the belief
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Associates degree needed for E8 by 2010


By Naval Personnel
Command


The Navy's evolving
Human Capital
Strategy recognizes
that advanced education
and life long learning
underpin the sea warrior by
developing Sailors with crit-
ical thinking and decision-
making skills and enhance
job performance by improv-
ing upon basic communica-
tion, math, and science
skills.
As an integral component
of the professional military
education continuum estab-
lished in NavAdmin 263/04,
a rating relevant associates
degree is now a requirement
to be eligible for advance-
ment to senior chief petty
officer commencing with fis-
cal year 2011 selection
boards (which are convened
in fiscal year 2010) for both
active and reserve compo-
nents.
, In practice, this means
that the requirement must
be completed at the begin-
ning of fiscal year 2010
(November 2009) when the
eligibility of time-in-rate eli-
gible candidates for fiscal
year 2011 selection board is
validated.
As the Navy continues to
develop highly technical
capabilities and reshapes
the workforce, Sailors will
be called upon to perform in
new and challenging ways.
Adapting to these chal-
lenges requires leaders to
have a strong educational
foundation both profession-
ally and personally. Degree
programs that focus on rat-
ing relevant education will
improve performance and
better prepare the senior
enlisted leadership for these
challenges in the opera-
tional environment.
Rating relevant degrees
capitalize on existing mili-
tary tTaining and experience
that, when combined with
college level exams and col-


lege course work, will
enable sailors to better per-
form the critical tasks of the
21st century Navy.
Recognizing that some
Sailors have already begun
to pursue their educational
goals, the following grandfa-
ther provisions satisfy the
degree requirement for
Sailors who have completed,
or are enrolled in, any
degree program from an
accredited institution before
Oct. 1, 2006:
a. Sailors who already
have an associates degree or
higher.
b. Sailors who are en-
rolled in any associates
degree program and com-
plete all requirements
before Jan. 1, 2008.
c. Sailors who are en-
rolled in any baccalaureate
degree program and com-
plete at least 50 percent of
the degree requirements
before Jan. 1, 2008.
Effective immediately,
Sailors must earn rating
relevant associates degrees
from an accredited institu-
tion to be eligible for
advancement to senior chief
petty officer for the fiscal
year 2011 selection board
and beyond. The following


guidelines apply:
Sailors may elect to enroll
in a rating relevant bac-
calaureate degree from an
accredited institution in lieu
of an associate's degree, but
must complete a minimum
of 50 percent of the degree
requirements to be eligible
for senior chief petty officer
selection boards convened in
2010 and beyond.
Selected reserve Sailors
(except FTS) may satisfy the
degree requirement by
obtaining either a rating
relevant degree or a degree
relevant to their civilian
occupation.
Sailors in warfare special-
ties with various source rat-
ings may meet the require-
ment in either the source
rating or specialty-related


degree.
Sailors experiencing rat-
ing consolidation may meet
the requirement in either
the original or the consoli-
dated rating.
Sailors changing ratings
through Perform to Serve
must meet the requirement
in the new rating unless
already enrolled in a degree
program.
Rating relevant degrees
closely complement the
skills and knowledge of a
job field, rating or warfare
specialty. They are desig-
nated by the Navy for
advancement eligibility and
are offered by the Navy
College Program Distance
Learning Partnerships
(NCPDLP).
All partnership institu-
tions are members of
Service members Opportu-
nity College (SOC) and offer
significant degree comple-
tion flexibility.
NCPDLP degrees maxi-
mize acceptance of
American Council on
Education (ACE) recom-
mended credit for Navy
training and experience as
well as credit by examina-
tion and the institutions all
offer distance learning
opportunities to complete
the remainder of degree
requirements.
Sailors may elect to enroll
with any institution that
offers equivalent degrees/
specializations and has
accreditation recognized by
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FCCJ holiday office hours

and upcoming CLEP schedule


LI t4I


From Staff


Florida Community
College at Jackson-
ville's (FCCJ) main
campus and centers will be
closed from Dec. 23 through
Jan: 2.
The FCCJ office at NAS
Jax will be open Dec. 27-29
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Students will be able to
enroll, register and pay for
classes, and take the place-
ment test.
As a reminder, the spring
semester classes start Jan.
9. For those students who


Photos b> 102,C _, il 61,11 Lrrtm
Glowing candy canes, a saluting Santa and bulbs
adorned this boat, owned by Dave and Jeannie Bailey.
The boat look first place in the fourth annual Light Up
Your Boat Contest for "best holiday spiritl" The winning
certificate read, "A sprinkling of fragile lights here. A
brush of gentle color there. This vessel of holiday spirit
captures the essence of the holiday season." The event
was sponsored by the Mulberry Cove Marina and Navy
Jacksonville Yacht Club. The Baileys won a rod-and-reel
package and sweatshirts for their efforts.


have not paid for classes,
the next payment deadline
is Dec. 21. Students that
have not paid for classes by
Jan. 3 will incur a $35 late
fee.
During.the week of Dec.
19-23, CLEP exams will
only be given on Dec. 21.
Electronic CLEP tests will
not be given the week of
Dec. 26-30. Normal CLEP
testing will resume Jan. 4.
For more information,
call 771-3979. Call 632-
5020 or e-mail assessme@
fccj.edu to schedule your
CLEP tests.


MWR needs lifeguards for indoor pool
From Staff Applicants must have
a lifeguard certifi-
T he Morale, Wel- cation.
fare and Rec- Lifeguards earn
reaction De- $6.50 to $10 per hour
apartment is looking based on certifica-
for lifeguards for the tions and experience.
NAS Jax indoor pool For more informa-
to work weekdays tion, contact Diane
from 10:45 a.m. to Long at 542-3111 or
1:15 p.m. and on Tim McKinney at
weekends at 542-2930/
various times. 3239.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the avoidance of
personal and family problems.
- All FFSC workshops and classes
are ee and available to service mem-
bers and their families and


Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are avail-
able in December and January:
Dec. 20, 1 p.m. Stress
Management Workshop
Jan. 5, 12:30 p.m. Money, Debt


and Credit Management Workshop
Jan. 9-12, 7:30 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program Workshop (separating)
Jan. 10, 9 a.m.- Stress
Management Workshop
Jan. 23-26 Transition Assistance
Program Workshop (retiring)
Jan. 24, 9 a.m.- Anger Management
Workshop
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


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14 JaAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005


READERS: Mayor's reading


From Page 1

and focus on different aspects of
our community. There is no cost
to join the club.
"I learned about the mayor's
program here in the newspaper
and decided to do a little research
on the Internet. We are already in
a partnership with Lola M.
Culver Elementary School and
send volunteers to read to the
students there," said
SKI(SW/AW) Maurice Campbell.
"I was hoping to use the mayor's
program there, but it actually
only pertains to children in CDCs
who will be going to school next
year. So, I contacted the CDC on
base and found out they had chil-
dren enrolled in Mayor Peyton's
Book Club, but that no one was
going in and reading to the chil-
dren on a regular basis. They
were thrilled that we wanted to
volunteer."


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
HM2 Ryan Gordon of Navy Medicine Support
Command Jacksonville reads a book to a group of
preschoolers at the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department Child Development Center as
their teacher Shirley Robinson looks on.


After contacting Rally
Jacksonville representatives and
formally taking on the project,


Cam
recruit
unteers
comma
help o
put t
four tea
will ha
people
CDC
Thursday
ing dui
school
spend ti
the kids
them 1
read. Li
so im
and we
catch t
this ag
they g
school,'


ued Campbell.
According to NAS J
Assistant Program I


program comes to
p b e 1 1 Deridre Odom, the volunteer's ate it."
d 20 vol- time at the center will definitely As each of 1
from his benefit the children. "You are their class
nd to here to help get these children excitedly gat]
ut. "We ready for school. Mayor Peyton anxious to he
together has an excellent program and would read.
ams and reading is very important. It knowing tha
ave five starts at this age," she explained learn to reach
at the to the first group of volunteers futures brig]
every during orientation. spending tim
ay morn- "Your job is to get them to am thrilled to
ring the understand what you are reading. remarked PS:
year to Reading is a teaching mode. It's "It took a li
ime with up to you as to how you want to program sta
helping teach. You can have the children glad we've go
earn to act out the characters, do some now. I really
teracy is role playing get them involved," at my comma
portant Odom added. "It's not always easy participate
need to to keep their interest, but you'll Campbell. "V
;hem at be amazed how excited they get only military
e before when they learn." pating in the
*et into After the orientation, Odom was told that
contin- thanked the volunteers for partic- every year
ipating. "It's really great to have because he w
ax CDC you to come in and be part of our his program
Director program here. We really appreci- Jacksonville."


CDC

the volunteers chose
rooms, the children
hered around them,
ar what stories they
"It's really great
t I'm helping them
d and making their
Lhter. I really enjoy
e with children and
be involved in this,"
1 Kimberly Beams.
ttle while to get this
.rted here, but I'm
it it up and running
appreciate everyone
nd who signed up to
in this," said
We are the first and
unit that is partici-
mayor's program. I
t he visits this CDC
which is great,
ill be able to see that
is working at NAS


BOENSEL: Former CO returns to lead region


From Page 1

ment aboard USS Abraham
Lincoln (CVN-72) and pre-
deployment training aboard
Kitty Hawk before relin-
quishing command of the
squadron in October 1996.
'His next assignment
returned Boensel to
Washington, D.C., this time
to the Office of the
Secretary of Defense to
serve as military assistant
to-the Secretary of Defense.
With a change of Secretary
of Defense in January 1997,
Boensel reported to the
Office of the Under
Secretary of Defense for
Policy where he served as
military assistant to the
Under Secretary of Defense


until May 1999.
From June 1999 until
January 2001, he served on
the staff of Commander,
Naval Air Force, and United
States Pacific Fleet as the
executive assistant to the
commander. Boensel
assumed command of NAS
Jacksonville in April 2001.
During that tour, he was
selected for promotion to
the rank of rear admiral. In
July 2004, Boensel returned
to Washington, D.C., becom-
ing the director of the Chief
of Naval Operations
Environmental Readiness
Division (N45).
He has accumulated more
than 3,200 flight hours and
more than 600 carrier
arrested landings.


Following the change of
command ceremony, Brown
retired from the Navy after
31 years of service.
Commander, Navy
Installations Command
Rear Adm. Christopher
Weaver was the guest
speaker. He spoke to the
crowd about Brown's hard
work and dedication.
"Annette is someone who
created her own opportuni-
ties through hard work and
sweat since 1974. It is truly
remarkable what she has
achieved."
Brown spent her second
trip to the podium recogniz-
ing the people who helped
her along the way people
and praising the first coast.
"I want to thank all of the



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Photo by PH3 Clarck Desire
Retired Rear Adm. Annette E. Brown, former commander, Navy Region Southeast, is piped
ashore after her retirement center Friday.

VETS: Those who served in WWII honored


From Page 1

ed as he looked into the eyes
of each former Sailor,
Soldier, Marine and Airman.
"We are truly in the com-
pany of heroes today. Our
children and grandchildren
need to understand that
freedom comes with a price-
The lessons your generation
learned on the battlefield
haven't been forgotten," he
assured them.
The congressman has
more than 500 veterans in
his congressional district
and is known for drumming
up support for active and
retired military members.
One Navy veteran attend-
ing the ceremony, John
Base, served near Japan
during World War II. After


he joined the Navy at 17, he
worked aboard a supply
ship and a destroyer tender.
"During the war in the
Pacific, there were so many-
supply tankers at sea, you
could almost jump from one
to another like stepping
stones. But the sea was
nothing new to me, because
I captained a shrimp boat
before I joined. The sea has
always been in my blood,
and always will be," Base
said.
At the end of the ceremo-
ny, taps was played, provok-
ing salutes and even tears.
The audience dispersed and
moved towards the en-
trance to the hangar to
glimpse static displays of
jeeps and field radios used
in two unforgettable wars.


Elderly men and women in
uniform stood and chatted
with junior Sailors, sharing
a bond and describing expe-
riences about two very dif-
ferent eras.


staff and Sailors of Navy
Region Southeast for help-
ing make this region the
best it could be. I especially
want to thank the citizens
of the first coast for their
hospitality. I have never
been anywhere in my 31
years that has so overtly
supported the Navy," she
stated.
Brown also spoke of the
changing role of women in
the military. She was one of
the first to serve aboard
Navy ships in the 1970's.
"We are part of the crew
now; no one even blinks an
eye anymore. That shows
how far we've come," said
Brown.
Brown, who calls home
wherever her husband -Pete.


is, plans to spend her retire-
ment sailing around the
world with him.


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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, an upgraded scoring system and much
more!
Operating Hours
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).


For more information about LT.TT trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Wrap it on Wednesday's
Stop by Liberty Cove on Wednesday's and wrap your
holiday presents!
Free paper, ribbon and bows provided.
Birthday Bash
Today
If your birthday is in December then stop by Liberty
Cove for a free surprise.
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lax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005 15
i Every Thursday- free kayak / canoe rental for active duty.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque/file
Seven-year-old Sedaria Dutton enjoys her ride down the sled
run created at the NAS Jax Mulberry Cove Marina during last
year's Tropical Freeze. This year's event is Saturday at noon.


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
Reef & Beef
Jan. 6
Gourmet all you can eat seafood and beef buffet.
$17
Call 542-3041 for reservations.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.


Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Wedding Crashers (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Sky High (PG)
Saturday, 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.


Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
tion on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
Children's Bingo
Saturday, 11 a.m.
The Zone
$15 per person
Call 542-3521, Ext. 14
Tropical Freeze
Saturday, 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 Golf Club
No green fees, cart fee only.
Dec. 20 for active duty.
Dec. 22 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel.
Christmas Eve Golf Scramble
Dec. 24, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start
$35 military/DoD, $45 civilian guests
Includes golf, range balls, appetizers, complimentary
round and a prize purse.
Call 542-3249 for more details.


For more information on the flying club please call 777-
8549 or 777-6035.
Ground School Classes are located on second deck of the
Auto Skills Center. The Flying Club is now located at
Building 847A on the north side of base.


Sailors
From the USO
he Sailors Aweigh
sponsored by tl
sonville Jaguars
tion gives free tickets, tr
tion and T-shirt to the fi
deployed and deployable
with priority given to
Sailors' families. It is des
children ages 9-16.
Children can go with o
a parent, as chaperone
provided or parents can
ny their children as a c
Each chaperone will s
three to five children,
will be plenty of supervise
Free transportation is


Aweigh Program
to all participants of the program particip
and is a requirement of the pro- Participf
Program, gram. A Navy bus will be sta- the des
he Jack- tioned each game day near the through
Founda- Navy Federal Credit Union ATM bus back
ansporta- Machine in the.Exchange/Corn- game.
families of missary parking lot. Participants Additic
e Sailors, are asked to arrive 1:45 p.m for provide
deployed games starting at 4 p.m. For Jaguar
signed for games starting at 1 p.m., partici- USO. Ja
)r without pants are asked to arrive at 10:45 to purch
s will be a.m. The bus will depart as soon at the stE
accoma- as all participants are on the bus. Before
haperone. The Sailors Aweigh T-shirts, Aweigh
supervise provided free of charge by the pledge 1
so there USO, must be worn by all atten- drugs, a
ion. dees throughout the game. The T- stadium
provided shirts will be distributed to each Sailors


takes children to


pant on the bus.
ants agree to remain in
ignated seating area
)ut the game and ride the
to the base following the
onally, each child will be
d with $10 worth of
dollars courtesy of the
aguar dollars may be used
ase food or merchandise
adium.
departure, each Sailors
participant recites a
to "abstain from using
alcohol, or tobacco." The
n seats assigned to the
Aweigh participants are


in the "Honor Rows" section. This
is a great environment to enjoy
the game.
Deployed Sailors' families have
priority for participation in the
program. Sailors on sea duty, but
not presently deployed, may be
put on the waiting list to fill the
balance of the seats not filled by
deployed families by the
Wednesday before the game.
There is also a waiting list to fill
the slots of families who are
unable to attend on game day.
Individual status will be con-
firmed before being placed on the
actual "going to the game" list.
If an individual deployed unit


ags games
would like to make this a com-
mand event, arrangements may
be made. Sign ups are first come,'
first serve, so make sure you sign
up at the earliest possible oppor-.
tunity. Sign up times for each-
game starts two Mondays before:
each home game.
The schedule of Sailors Aweigh
games for the 2005 season is as
follows:
Dec. 18 San Francisco 49ers
Jan. 1 Tennessee Titans
For further information or to
apply for any of the games listed,
contact Greg Reno at.
gregory.reno@navy.mil or 542-
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TOBACCO:

Effects are

detrimental
From Page 10
visual and motor skill
functioning. This is partic-
ularly important to be
aware of due to the nature
of their job aboard a naval
aircraft.
It is our responsibility to
inform all naval personnel
of the alternatives and
options available to them
for quitting spit tobacco or
any form of tobacco.
The Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Wellness
Center's tobacco cessation
program includes four
weeks of education and six
to eight weeks of follow-up
counseling if needed.
Additionally, nicotine
replacement therapy,
tobacco substitutes (ideal
for snuff users) and Zyban
consults are given to par-
ticipants.
Many people believe spit
tobacco users are stereo-
typically uneducated, back-
woods "rednecks." This
could not be further from
the truth.
Many extremely well-
educated professionals use
spit tobacco, particularly
snuff, since it can be hid-
den between the cheek and
gum without hindering
immediate appearance
and/or smoke free environ-
ments.
The nicotine dose in one
"pinch" of snuff is two to
three times higher than
the nicotine in one ciga-
rette. Nicotine in a wad or
"chaw" of chewing tobacco
is even higher.
Nicotine is a powerful
stimulant drug and is the
only reason people chew or
dip. Nicotine is as addic-
tive, if not more so then
cocaine, heroin, and
methamphetamines.
During this holiday sea-
son and in the New Year,
consider quitting the dip
before it "quits you." There
Share approximately 9,000
oral cancer deaths a year
in the U.S. that can be
traced to spit tobacco use.
Spit tobacco combined
with the saliva in your
mouth actually increases
the number of carcinogens
S(cancer causing chemicals).
The Wellness Center will
be conducting an all-day
spit tobacco information
booth at the Morale
Welfare and Recreation
Department Fitness Cen-
ter today.
Educational materials
and tobacco substitutes,
which are nicotine, tobacco
and sugar free, will be
handed out to individuals
desiring to quit. There will
also be a spit tobacco booth
at the VP-30 safety stand
down at the base theater
tomorrow.
Spit tobacco users can
also start a cessation pro-
Sgram beginning Jan. 3 at 1
e p.m. at the Wellness
This program is for
smokers as well and if you
desire to quit you should
arrive 15 minutes early to
check in. No appointment
Sis required, but four educa-
tion sessions are required
to receive free nicotine
replacement items.
Contact the Wellness
Center at 542-5292 for
* more information. Have a
Merry "Spit-free" Christ-
mas and a Happy "Spit-
free" New Year!


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Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags
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axAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005 13

FCCJ holiday office hours

and upcoming CLEP schedule


From Staff
Florida Community
College at Jackson-
ville's (FCCJ) main
campus and centers will be
closed from Dec. 23 through
Jan: 2.
The FCCJ office at NAS
Jax will be open Dec. 27-29
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Students will be able to
enroll, register and pay for
classes, and take the place-
ment test.
As a reminder, the spring
semester classes start Jan.
9. For those students who


Phoros b\ 1021\ 1 Bill L.irn.d
Glowing candy canes, a saluting Santa and bulbs
adorned this boat, owned by Dave and leannie Bailey.
The boat took first place in the fourth annual Light Up
Your Boat Contest for "best holiday spirit." The winning
certificate read, "A sprinkling of fragile lights here. A
brush of gentle color there. This vessel of holiday spirit
captures the essence of the holiday season." The event
was sponsored by the Mulberry Cove Marina and Navy
Jacksonville Yacht Club. The Baileys won a rod-and-reel
package and sweatshirts for their efforts.


11,011 Vy lov,r I(Day (Cowl(eal


MWR needs lifeguards for indoor pool
From Staff Applicants must have
a lifeguard certifi-
T he Morale, Wel- cation.
fare and Rec- Lifeguards earn
creation De- $6.50 to $10 per hour
apartment is looking based on certifica-
for lifeguards for the tions and experience.
NAS Jax indoor pool For more informa-
to work weekdays tion, contact Diane
from 10:45 a.m. to Long at 542-3111 or
1:15 p.m. and on Tim McKinney at
weekends at 542-2930/
various times. 3239.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff


The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the avoidance of
personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes
are ee and available to service mem-
bers and their families and


Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are avail-
able in December and January:
Dec. 20, 1 p.m. Stress
Management Workshop
Jan. 5, 12:30 p.m. Money, Debt


and Credit Management Workshop
Jan. 9-12, 7:30 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program Workshop (separating)
Jan. 10, 9 a.m.- Stress
Management Workshop
Jan. 23-26 Transition Assistance
Program Workshop (retiring)
Jan. 24, 9 a.m.- Anger Management
Workshop
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


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to gjour stockings.

For less.


have not paid for classes,
the next payment deadline
is Dec. 21. Students that
have not paid for classes by
Jan. 3 will incur a $35 late
fee.
During..the week of Dec.
19-23, CLEP exams will
only be given on Dec. 21.
Electronic CLEP tests will
not be given the week of
Dec. 26-30. Normal CLEP
testing will resume Jan. 4.
For more information,
call 771-3979. Call 632-
5020 or e-mail assessme@
fccj.edu to schedule your
CLEP tests.







18 JaxAir NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005


HS-5 conducts

carrier quals


HS-5 Executive Officer Cmdr. Paul
Esposito stands by as his SH-60
Seahawk helicopter is prepared for
flight aboard the Nimitz-class air-
craft carrier USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower (CVN 69) Dec. 2.
Eisenhower is currently under way,
conducting carrier qualifications in
the Atlantic Ocean. The "Nightdip-
pers" have flown both day and night
missions in support of the carrier
qualifications, with HS-5's mainte-
nance divisions providing outstand-
ing support to keep the squadron's
four aircraft flying.


Photo by AN Peter Carnicelli


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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
269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more informa-
tion, call 778-0805 or email
commodore@ njyc.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,


contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
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, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Angela
Adams at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com
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


GLASS: Realizing what your


From Page 2

By choosing to stay Navy
the monetary advantages
and facilities offer you and
your family a pretty darn
good life. You will always be
certain your family will
have medical care for what-
ever emergency comes up.
You will have many periph-
eral, yet quality-of-life-
increasing services available
to you for free or a mini-
mum-cost that you might
not be able to afford as a
civilian.
Now as you can tell from
the above I think the Navy
is a great opportunity and
provides some great incen-
tives, but I also know as
Sailors you work hard and
deploy, and Navy families
endure lots. I know the
Navy isn't for everyone, and
that's OK. I just continue to
see great Sailors getting out
of the Navy "without a solid
plan."


As a professional Navy
keeping our best, it may be
difficult for you 'to come
back once you decide to
leave, and I'd like a nickel
for every person who has
gotten out and later wished
they would have stayed.
It is a very personal choice
to stay in the Navy or to get
your discharge. But I highly
encourage everyone, regard-
less of how made-up your
mind is, to really think
about your life, how you
want to live, and what it
will be like, realistically, for
you to get out in today's job
market.
Maybe you and your
spouse/family can sit down
and make a simple list com-
paring and contrasting the
different benefits and serv-
ices the Navy has to offer,
and what your lives would
be like outside the Navy.
And maybe you'll be the
next Sailor who makes that


Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or e-mail
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The Castillo de San Marcos
in St. Augustine is looking for
individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
The group, which does interpre-
tations and reenactments in St.
Augustine, needs volunteers for
their cannon and musket firing
programs. For more information,
call Joe Brehm at (904) 829-
6506, Ext. 232.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is hosting Holiday
Hoopla, a one-day art camp for
children ages 6 to 12, filled with
special art making activities,
music, storytelling and much
more. While mom or dad finish
their holiday shopping, children
will spend the day creating holi-
day treasures to decorate the
home or share as gifts. Holiday

benefits are
choice to stay Navy.
Fleet master chief tips:
If you elect to leave
active duty, you should con-
sider joining the Navy
Reserves. See your career
counselor, command master
chief or chief of the boat for
further details about the
opportunities that exist in
the Naval Reserve.
Consider an overseas
tour-the experience is
great, and there are certain
monetary advantages.
Hopefully you've learned
something in this article or
it's got you thinking about
the Navy as your employer
of choice. Next time you're
on the base, slow down and
take a good look at all the
things that are made avail-
able to you are you tak-
ing advantage of them?
Keep your glass half full
and keep up the great work
that you do everyday; we
are doing well.
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Hoopla activities will be held
throughout Art Connections, the
studios, galleries and gardens.
The event will take place Dec. 19,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Cummer
Museum of Art & Gardens is
located at 829 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville. For further informa-
tion, call 899-6034.
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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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Holiday hours
The following are the holiday hours for the
base gym, fitness center and indoor pool:
Christmas Day: Base Gym and Fitness
Source 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., indoor pool -
closed.
Dec. 26: Base Gym 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Fitness Source 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., pool 11
a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
New Years Day: Base Gym and Fitness
Source 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., indoor pool -
closed.
Jan. 2: Base Gym 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Fitness Source 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., pool 11
a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Greybeard basketball
league forming
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 wanting to join the league
should stop by the base gym or contact the
sports office to get the required paperwork
to join the league.

Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to 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-
1333.

Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent
U.S. Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will showcase
elite active duty men and women in regional
races.
Uniforms are provided as well as trans-
portation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in a sanc-
tioned (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 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike

For more information about any of the
sports articles, call Bill Bonser, sports
coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil.


Intramural Basketball
Standings
As of Dec. 9
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 5 0
Naval Hospital Blue 3 1
VP-5 3 1
AIMD 2 1
Blount Island 2 1
HS-75 2 1
Naval Hospital Gold 2 1
VP-30 Staff 2 1
MEPS 2 2
Security 2 2
VP-30 Students 2 2
FACSFAC 1 3
VP-62 1 3
Weapons 1 3
VP-16 0 1
VP-45 0 2
HS-7 0 5

Greybeard Basketball
Standings
As of Dec. 9
Team Wins Losses
TPU 2 0
VP-30 1 0
VP-62 1 1
AIMD 0 1
NCTS 0 1
CSCWL 0 1
VP-16 0 0


Out in town, need a ride?

Club 2000 can help
NAS Jacksonville has a program called
Club 2000. Anyone who is impaired and in
a bar, club, lounge, or private residence
within St. Johns, Baker, Nassau, Clay or
Duval counties can call the NAS
Jacksonville OOD office at 542-2338. You
will be provided a taxi ride, paid for by the
station, to your home within the same five
counties.
Anyone (including civilians) in an on-base
facility can have the club bartender assist
in contacting the OOD.
Club 2000 cards with this phone number
can be obtained from MWR in Building 1.


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to give away 50,000 new toys this Saturday


By Joan Lamer
Executive Director, The Children's
Christmas Party of Jacksonville
T he seventh annual
Children's Christmas
Party of Jacksonville
will take place Saturday
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Prime Osborn Convention
Center.
The Children's Christ-
mas Party of Jacksonville
is an independent charity
that partners with area
businesses and Toys for
Tots to distribute new toys
to more than 9,000 area
children who might not
otherwise receive them.
Children ages 12 and
younger may attend and
must be accompanied by a
chaperone to receive toys.
Santa Claus, Jaxson
deVille, and the Jack-
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cheerleaders will make
special appearances. The
party will also feature
musical performances by
various local groups.
First Student, Inc. has
recommitted its buses and
drivers to bring children to
the Party from designated
communities throughout
the day.
'Hope Worldwide, a non-
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cation. Navy College Offices
will assist Sailors in identi-
fying equivalent rating rele-
vant degree options. Navy
Knowledge Online (NKO),
www. nko.navy.mil provides
the steps Sailors must fol-
low in preparation to meet
the education requirement
for advancement eligibility.
In NKO, these roadmap
steps can be accessed via
the main "learning" category
header. The education
degree roadmap will be dis-
played for Sailors to refer-
ence.
Quick links are also pro-
vided for Sailors to access
and-view their individual
electronic training jacket
(ETJ). Lists of rating rele-
vant degree options (sorted
by college institution and by
specific rating), CLEP prac-
tice exams and smart tran-
scripts are also available on
the learning page. In par-
ticular, Sailors shall:
a. Validate education
records. Sailors must first
assess their academic
records and transcripts as
displayed in their ETJ. The
ETJ contains data taken
from Sailor/Marine Ameri-
can Council on Education
Registry Transcript
(SMART). Directions for
correcting discrepancies in
the ETJ are contained in
the roadmap.
b. Of specific note, Navy
Personnel Command and
Naval Education and
Training Command have
collaborated to provide one-
stop shopping for enlisted
education record update
through the Navy College
Center.
Using the process detailed
above to update the ETJ
will now also update an
enlisted Sailors record in
the enlisted master file the
Navy College Center will
also forward an enlisted


Sailor's transcript automati-
cally to the Bureau of Naval
Personnel for entry into the
Electronic Military Person-
nel Records System.
Personnel Support De-
tachments and local admin-
istrative offices will no
longer have the ability to
update education informa-
tion in the Navy Standard
Integrated Personnel Sys-
tem. Sailors should ensure
that their educational infor-
mation is updated on their
NAVPERS 1070/604
c. Pursue academic asses-
sment. Sailors starting a
degree should seek academ-
ic advice prior to selecting a
suitable rating relevant
degree program. There are'
three different sources.
' To find the help/assis-
tance required in the
process, Sailors may:
(1) Contact local Navy
College Offices. Contact
information is available
online at www.navycollege.
navy.mil, click on academic
advice, and then click on
Navy College Office.
(2) Contact the Navy
College Center toll-free at
877-253-7122 (DSN 922-
1828), or visit the Web site
at www.navycollege.navy.
mil and click on academic
advice, then click on Navy
College Center for interna-
tional toll-free numbers, e-
mail inquiries and operating
hours.
(3) Access Sailor/Marine
online academic advisor via
the smart transcript quick
link on NKO to review the
list of NCPDLP rating rele-
vant degree options.
d. Complete academic
testing. Testing is an advan-
tageous way to translate
knowledge gained through
life, professional, and mili-
tary experience into college
academic credit, which will
accelerate degree comple-
tion and preserve tuition
assistance benefits for


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courses not available
through testing programs.
All Sailors, regardless of
their education plans, are
now required to pursue
credit through College Level
Examination Program
(CLEP) and Defense Activi-
ty for Non-Traditional Edu-
cation Support (DANTES)
Standardized Subject Tests
(DSST), where applicable,
before receiving command
authorization for tuition
assistance.
(1) To help assess the like-
lihood of success, Sailors
must complete applicable
practice CLEP/DSST exams,
which exist for select cours-
es and are available via
NKO and the local Navy
College Office. Practice
exams are designed to
familiarize Sailors with
actual CLEP/DSST exam
material. Tests are timed
and will provide a measure
of where an individual
stands academically and
help identify areas that
require additional prepara-
tion.
(2) Sailors who score
well on practice exams
should take the actual
CLEP/DSST exams for aca-
demic credit as soon as it is
practical. Testing programs
are available through the
local Navy College Offices,
Reserve Centers, national
test centers and on board
some large ships.
Testing opportunities will
be expanded to most ships
in fiscal year 2006.
Additional guidelines for
shipboard testing will be
provided by separate corre-
spondence.
e. Update ETJ: Sailors.
should validate and update
their academic records now
and annually, thereafter; to
ensure exam/course/degree
completions are recorded
properly.
With the four-year lead-
time, it is not necessary to


immediately enroll in col-
lege courses. Sailors have
adequate opportunity to
develop and complete their
education plans to meet
career goals.
Analysis has shown that
Sailors in the worst case
scenario who have limited
credit for military training
and experience and have
taken no college courses to
date, would need to take a
maximum of 12 semester
hours per year to complete a
rating relevant associates
degree.
However, by following the
mandatory testing proce-
dures, Sailors could signifi-
cantly reduce this number
of semester hours per year.
For Sailor's at-sea or for-
ward deployed, we under-
stand that classroom and
distance support opportuni-
ties to meet this educational
requirement are sometimes
limited. To assist those
Sailors, a tool is being devel-
oped to identify and track
academic progress of indi-


viduals who will be eligible
for senior chief petty officer
for the fiscal year 2011
selection board.
Naval Education and
Training Center plans to
,individually track Sailors
that fall into this category
and will work with their
command to ensure they
have all the tools and con-
tent required to meet sub-
ject requirements.
Tuition assistance fund-
ing will remain available to
Sailors to pursue whatever
educational courses or
degrees they desire to pur-
sue in non-rating relevant
degrees.
This NavAdmin only
addresses specific educa-
tional requirements to be
eligible for advancement to
senior chief petty officer.
This is the first step in what
will be the Navy's evolving
journey on the road toward
a culture of professional mil-
itary education.
To assist in this effort, ori-
entation services are avail-


able from the local Navy
College Office for pre-
deployment educational
planning.
This service will provide
an assessment of crew edu-
cation levels and assist in
the development of a com-
mand education plan.
Additionally, educational
data that places an empha-
sis on Sailors who are antic-
ipated to be eligible for sen-
ior chief petty officer for the
fiscal year 2011 selection
board will be provided.
This detailed information
will include credits already
earned through military
training and experience,
credit through examination
and completed college cours-
es. This service will provide
senior command leadership
with the tracking tools
needed to promote this
requirement.


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10 JAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, December 15, 2005


Two graduate from NH Jacksonville's


Navy Nurse Corps Anesthesia Program


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Navy medicine has
two more fully
trained nurse anes-
thetists thanks to Naval
Hospital (NH) Jackson-
ville's Navy Nurse Corps
Anesthesia Program
(NNCAP). Lt. Cmdr. John
Bennett NC, USNR and Lt.
Jon DeLoge, NC, USNR,
graduated from the pro-
gram Dec. 2.
DeLoge said he rated the
program as "outstanding."
He said the training would
stand them in good stead as
he takes orders to Naval
Medical Center Ports-
mouth, Va. and Bennett
reports to Naval Medical
Center San Diego.
Bennett agreed. He said
the staff was very experi-
enced and he gained a lot of
hands-on experience that is
essential to becoming a
skilled nurse anesthetist.
"Having help early and
available from the staff was
a great asset," he stated.
He added that he felt
that he and DeLoge had an
advantage over their peers
going through training at
Georgetown University in
that they had more direct
exposure to military related
anesthesia content.
Bennett also said he felt
the most important experi-
ence for him was basically
dealing with varied situa-
tions that arise in the oper-
ating room.
"We try to be prepared
early for anesthetics but
there are always issues.
You have to have a lot of
knowledge and the ability
to be calm and cool under
pressure is key," he contin-
ued.
He said the program gave
him what he needs to han-
dle such situations.
The NNCAP is a 30-
month program in conjunc-


Lt. Jon DeLoge (left) works with Lt. Cmdr. Arvin Trippensee in
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Surgery Department while
training in the hospital's Navy Nurse Corps Anesthesia
Program.


Photos by HM1 Michael Morgan
Cmdr. John Bennett and Lt. Jon DeLoge (second and third from left) with Director, Navy
Nurse Corps Anesthesia Program Naval Medical Education and Training Command Bethesda
Cmdr. R. Lee Olson (left), Clinical Instructor Cmdr. Joseph Kelly and Clinical
Coordinator/Research Director Lt. Cmdr. Drew Pinilla (right).


tion with the Uniformed
Services University of the
Health Sciences leading to
a master of science degree.
The program is accredited
by the Council on Accredi-
tation of Nurse Anesthesia
programs in association
with the American Associa-
tion of Nurse Anesthetists.
The NNCAP received the
first-ever 10-year accredita-
tion in 1999.
Nurse Corps officers with
at least four years of active
duty service may apply for
full-time duty under
instruction in nurse anes-
thesia training. The pro-
gram is currently 30-
months long and is divided


into two phases. In Phase I,
students attend the Uni-
formed Services University
Of the Health Sciences for
12 months of didactic
instruction starting in May.
Phase II clinical training
occurs at one of three sites
for 18-months Jackson-
ville, San Diego or Ports-
mouth, Va.
The Phase II training site
was moved from the Na-
tional Naval Medical Cen-
ter Bethesda, Md. to NH
Jacksonville in 1998 to take
advantage of the caseload
and excellent learning envi-
ronment.
The NNCAP faculty at
NH Jacksonville consists of


a clinical coordinator/re-
search director presently
Lt. Cmdr. Drew Pinilla. NH
Jacksonville Anesthesiology
Department staff are con-
sidered adjunct faculty.
Each class consists of
three students who start in
June and graduate 18
months later in December -
the classes overlap for six
months.
Faculty and students are
assigned to Naval Medical
Education Training Com-
mand (NMETC) Bethesda,
Md., Jacksonville detach-
ment and receive funding
through the NNCAP pro-
gram director. NH Jackson-
ville provides administra-


tive support by virtue of an
interservice support agree-
ment with NMETC Bethes-
da, Md. Students also
receive specialty clinical
training at Shands Jack-
sonville (by virtue of a
memorandum of under-
standing) for complicated
obstetrics, neurosurgery,
vascular surgery, cardiotho-
racic surgery, trauma and
chronic pain management.
The graduating students
and NNCAP faculty (com-
bined) performed more
than 1,400 anesthetics at


NH Jacksonville during
their 18-month clinical
experience.
As of February 2005, 16
students have graduated
from Jacksonville's program
with a 100 percent first-
attempt pass-rate on the
national certification exam
for nurse anesthetists.
The students conducted
seven original research
projects that have been pre-
sented at national meetings
and have been accepted for
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ity to perform complex
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325 North Jacksonville
326Springfield
327 Downtown
330 Beaches
332 Middleburg
334 Keystone Heights/
Melrose
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339 Putnam County
340 St. John's County
342 St. Augustine
344 St. Augustine Beach
345 Nassau County
350 Waterfront
355 Condominiums
360 Out of Area/Town/
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365 Manufactured Homes
370 Lots for Sale
375 Farms/Acreage
380 Investment Property
382 Retirement Comm.
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Eat~8enFL Home owner out all modern cony.
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398-7535 MLS 266957 904-704-3777

tax break Forest Edge Orange Park/
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ning at $141.9k, Abuts l
with access to Jen-
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hi &dry. Toview. All brk. Call Renee"
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904- 4634264 or A 3/2, scr prch, new pool,
904-396-4218 Iv msg. crpt, pnt apple's, next to
Clay Co. Sch. $169,900
s322 Argyle 626 3604 or 282-4958

FSBO 3/2, 1828sf, Ikfrnt I GOV. OWNED
tile, cpt, many upgrades. I GROVE PARK I
$199K.Appt only.908-0604 14/2, 2122sf, Irg lot,E
Escreenporch, stucco
NORTWOOD At WATER ext. Offers due by
MILL 3/2, $195K. Like 12/17. $159,650 ,
new Call Ana 994-6243 Pictures and info at
www.edandmaryh.com
N Irh Continental Re9alty
325 North I 276-1992
2 Jacksonville
LEASE/ PURCHASE 5/3
A 2/1 with bonus rm. in Dr's Inlet Preserve,
1360sf, complete rent credit 40%
remodel, too many of$1895mo.
extras to ist, only JeanMartin Realty.
$99.9k. Call 514-5406 Ma0ry 804-545-1278
Jean 904-699-5395.
A 3/2,1423sf, FI. Rm, new
aCpt 5141 Foxboro3 Rd Looking for a new home
$117k. 407-414-3514 VA financing? Please
Call Danielle 378-5032

applies, $117K 710-8236 340 County
BY OWNER, 3/2 brick
home CH/A, Corner let, BRAND NEW, IMMEDIATE
1471 15th St. W. Occupancy, 5br/3ba,
$79,500. 800 7195067 3900SF, lux amenities,
John's Creek $445K/
DISTRESS SALE Bank Rent for $2200mo.Flex
foreclosures. Free list Fin Avail. 561-662-6661
of foreclosure proper- F So Cunningham
ties. Receive a free 4 FSBO Cunningham
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free recorded msg. 1-877-371-0624 ID 200l1 $219,900. 230.6109
Access E Realty www.neflfsbo.com ref#14097 .
Totally Remodeled 3/1 NEAR WGV. 4102 gross Sf.
extra 1 lot, $125k. Owner CBS totally remiod, 4/3
will fin. 904-626-6867 2 cargar, 2 beautifully
treed acres,$479k,
DISTRESSSALE-Ba R Must See 904-819-9793
330 Beaches
342 St. Augustine
5 STAR COMMUNITY -P v
Beach access, 2/2. Island home2800sf,4/3,
$236k, 1/1 S 0k gourmet kitch, 2 fire-
955-0872 places, wood floors,
125 x 148 lot.
Jax Beach Updated FSBO 904-716-5348. $615K
1629 Bentin Dr N. 1500sf
3/2. $329,900. 226-2227 Waterfront, 2 story, 4/3.5
w /Ioft. Only $422,900.
Old Atlantic Beach-4BR, GPP RIty 800-298-0326
3,000sf home, walk to _______________
home office, den, 2 A Nassau
master BRs. Great 3 5tl County
kitchen. Call 721-63520or Cutiy
HILLIARD 3/1.5 Brick new
PVB Short walk to Beach cpt, bckyd fncd, behind
Gym, 4/3. wd fir, tile & H.S. 95k. 904-845.3987
granite, new apple. Byd OR
owner Op house 12/11, LAND FOR
9-3p. 121 Sea Lily Ln.
$750k. 534-7134 SALE
SUMMER HOUSE PV 1/1, Callahan Area
Top level golf views
bch access, 4 pools, all
new rehab, $129k 626-6393.
226-4412 or 360-3006


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355 Condominiums
Condo-$84,900, 1/1 Near
Hart Bridge on Atl. Moti
vated Seller 881-1924
SOceanfront Condo
T3 Bedroom 2 Bath
1448 sqft, pool, two
$575,000. CalI 249 6916
for appointment
6000 ON THE RIVER
Penthouse 2/2, $478,000
Brk owner, 904 287-8902
OP-Eagle Harbor TH, 2/2
w/2 cg like new.Great
loc & amn. S192K. 278-3171
PVB Condo Belleza 2/2
1100sf, $240,000.
904-654-6323
S'SIDE 1/1, $113k. upgrds.
water view, fpl, Agents
welcome 334- 9381

360 Out of Area!
Town/State

CRAWFORD COUNTY
Middle GEORGIA
700 acres $2.500/ac
Pasture/Hrdwd / Pine
CALL OWNER
478-477-1000

WILKINSON CO
MIDDLE GEORGIA
232 acres
ONLY $1295/ac
Planted Pine/ Hrdwd
Cutover/ Road Front
HUGE DEER
CALL OWNER
478-477-1000

WILLACOOCHEE, GA
-Call for Information
912-534-5202

365 Manufactured
S Homes

100 RENTAL MOBILE
HOMES 2/1's & 3/2's
seller will finance, flex
terms 904-249-6444
2.5 acres w/SW 14x64,
nr Lem Turner & Dunn
Ave. $164K. 483-7990


3 & 2 br homes,
In-house financing, all
credit accepted. Call
Emma 904 771-9055 or
904-962-1086


2005 2/2 Semi Retired
Gated Comm. Front
deck on shaded lot.
Call Brionna 783-2460


Call Emma 904
7 7 1 9 0 55 o r
904-962-1086
CERAMIC SHOWER 4/2
STAINLESS STEEL APPL
CALL (904) 225-0222
a. Cheap Living Mins
from NAS 93
t| 2BR/2BA Fully lur-
nished, nice park,
carport, 2 sheds, new
roof $16,0000
904 505-1903
a lJeb a274
End of year BLOW-OUT
SALE! Buy Here, Pay
Here, we finance any-
one ca Sandy 6952255

On anynew, used or
repo M/H. Ready to
move-in. Call 695-2255.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Westside community.
Great Location. TOE
Call 771-9055.
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
MIddleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $595 Mo.
Save Thousands!
Call 291-2735
LAND -N -HOME
Clay, Duval, and
All of NE Fla, and SE Ga
$500 Down FREE Qualifying
Call 477-4225 or Email at
johnsales(a)bellsouth.net
MARIETTA New land/
homgepackage 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
JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET
MIDDLEBURG Clay Hill
area, '98 3/2 DW newly
remod. on 1 ac. $65K
Call 904-635-3076
MOVING MUST SELL!
3/2, 1525sf+ over 2 acres
of land. Won't last!
$650 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley 8741862
or 291-3100

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
We Finance!
Call 249-9576

2 & 3 bedrooms
Low D/P, Low Monthly
E-Z Financing. 246-7684

1280sf, 3/2, low D/P
Call 249-9546

At the Beach, Like New!
Call 514-6710 or
246-7684
SAVE THOUSANdS!
Land Home Package!
3/2 Double Wide on 2
acres in Jacksonville.
$900 Down. $595 Mo.
CALL 291-3100
SETUP ON 1.2 ACRES
4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
WITH POOL CALL 225- 0222
W'slde-1905sf, 3/2, Ig
Fam rm w/FP, 1996
Home of Merit, 1.6 acres
w/pond. Ronwood
Realty. 483-3300
YULEE- 2br, lba,. with
land $43,000 cash as is
If close before '06,
has $350/mo lease with 3
year tenant. Serious
inquires only
904-571-1112


370 Lots for Sale
CLAY COUNTY KINGSLEY
LAKE AREA, Lots 1/2
acre $35K. 904- 289-7353
MOBILE HOME RENTAL
LOTS -Dames Point/
Northside 241-0657
MOUNTAIN HOME,
ARKANSAS
Mountain Lots $4,995ea.
All amenities w/fresh
water lake. Ready to
build on. 864,647-6243

100 x 100. $289K.
904-824-0547
GREAT PLACE TO LIVE!
ST. MARYS, GA -Osprey
Cove lot 398, corner of
red Cedar & Osprey Cir.
$129,900 firm. Call
912-266-2999
West of Keman.
Bayonne St. 90 x 215.
$130K obo. 371-0997

375 Farms/
Acreage
67 ACRES MCINTOSH CO.
CITY WATER and
SEWER 300 + UNITS.
912-634-5788 or 266-2110
CHARLTON, GA 201 ac. 6
ml S. of Folkston on GA
Hwy 121. Will divide.
Call 912-276-0558
FSBO 15 ACRES, Off Dyal
Rd. Callahan. Can be
divided. 912.843.2104
HILUARD-10.2 Acres
cleared & fncd, MH, gar,
$225k. 904-813-3949


Jacksonville, FL .
FALL LAND SALE
2+ Acre Ranches
Equestrian Homesites
Starting at $139,900
Lakefront Homesites
Starting at $199,900
Private Gated Community
Rec Areas, Bridal Trails
Call Now!
Won't Last at These Prices!
1-877-JRC-LAND
Florida Land & Ranches


375 Farms/
SAcreage

JACKSON CO., FL
Lochwood Plantation.
832 ac Fronts Lake
Seminole, major timber
value, exc hunting and
fishing, $3950/ ac,
Worth Co. Ga -693 ac
on the Worth & Turner
Co. line. Exc hunting,
cony to 1-75, 15min
from the Sycamore exit.
25min to Tifton,
$2750/ac.
Gadsden Co. FL
248 ac, 10mi from
Quincy. 35mm from
Taflahasee. springs and
creeks. Good road
system, exc hunting.
1 3900/ac. Southern
Agricultural Consultants.
Li R.E. Broker. Call Brian
Fletcher 850-528-3467
Office 850-893-1489

LAND FOR
SALE
Callahan Area
626-6393.
Large Acre Tracts
135-2100 acres between
Savannah & Brunswick
Frontage on 195 & Hwy 17
Prices vary average
$3500 per acre.
Call 1-866-888-7332
MOUNTAIN CABINS
Nestled in the mtns of
N.C. log cabin shells on
1.7 acre tracts starting
@ $89,900. Acreage w/
priceless views Free
travel & overnight w
/purchase 828. 2561004
OVER 1000 ACRES deep
water front on Satilla
River, Camden Co. GA,
Call 912-399-4243
-WARE CO. GA 15.000 ac
Planted Pine, beautiful,
well managed, 60 mi of
interior Rds. $1650/ac.
- BROOKS CO. GA 832 ac
farm, 370 ac irrigated,
430 ac cultivated.
$3500/ac.
* QUAIL HUNTING
PLANTATION 3100 ac,
S. Georgia $4900/ac.
Clark Investment
Properties 850- 224-1854
ZONED AGR-4, -Great
tax break, Forest Edge
Estates, 2 lots begin-
ning at $141.9k. Abuts
with access to Jen-
nings State Park,
hi & dry. To view.
www.soforenko casteel
properties.com
904,463-4264 or
904-396-4218 lv msg.

3 Investment
380 Properties

3/1 -brk house, worth
$110k, sell for $76k
759-1819




Great Rehab 3/2 $80K
$5K- $8K rehab needed
retail $110K 904-652-8646

Handyman Special Cheap
Cash 904-807-8098
Investment lots. Double
your money. ARKTNFL
from $2500 and up.
Call Lenny 954-638-8850
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
FOR SALE. Don
768-7933 449-5490
JACKSONVILLE-3/2
Argyle, 100% owner fin.
poss. 904- 861-9255
Several Properties all
Rehabbed some rented.
80% ARV. 388-9811
Talleyrand 2 Tenants
occupied, produce
$1000mo. $83k. 733-8118
WHOLESALE PROPERTIES
Learn Real Est. Investing
www.LHMrealestate.com
It's Free! 904.399-0463

385 Miscellaneous


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Foreclosure
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HOUSES CASH!
Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
occupied, ANYWHERE,
ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/resldential
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL II!
Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253

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Real Estate
for Rent
400 Apartments
Furnished
405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
Resorts
445 Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management/Rental
Services
455 Wanted to Rent

405 Apartments
Unfurnished

Arlington -2br, Cpt, AC,
$495; No HUD/pets
924 Arco Drive. 705-7861

Arlington area
ANSLEY OAKS
APARTMENTS
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 &
Quiet Community.
Call 724- 7800 ext 2471











Come and See Avondale's
Most PrestigIous Riverfront
Nighrise Rental Community
Spacious 1 to 3 Bedrooms
Avail. Breathtaking Views of


Covered Parking, Heating &
Air Incl in Rent, Swimming
Poo.pverlooking the River!

3946 SJohns Ave
P (904) 384. 6151

commander@aekus.com

BEAUTIFUL
",.'W'SIDE COMMUNITY!
,...Offering Spacous
1 & 2 BR's & 2 Pools
STARTING AT $485
Close to shopping,
FCCJ & Downtown!
CALL NOWI 387-2933


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Military Relocation Specialist
CDR NC USN(ret)

Direct Line (904) 27&84176
randrade@watsonrealtycorp.com

If you're buying,
selling, or relocating,
give me a call!

Watson Realty Corp fA, RMS
S4729 US Hwy 17S
SOrange Park, FL 32003 -.


405 Apartments
40 Unfurnished

CF & HAS 2BR DUPLEX
NEW CPT AND TILE, FEN YD.
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
Merry Christmas
Special $99.00 moves
you in!! Restrictions
apply. Pelican Pointe
904-757-8742
MOVE IN SPECIALS!
Riverside
multi-family: 1bed/lbat
hall inclusive for $695 ;
3bed/2bath,$825/mth.
CALL:904-434-9094

N RT iDE'
v b 1,2, & 3 BR's
valuable! 757-0240
SAshley Park
|' Apartments


S NORTHSIDE
< Large 1, 2&3BRs.
' $99 Deposit Special!
U- No Application Feel
CALL 751-1510
Ortega 2/2, stainless
appil dishwasher w/d
AC&H, Hrd wd firs, good
credit.sm pet ok, lyr
lease.$950mo. $700 sec.
Call 352-505-6474
RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR, CH&A,
hardwd floors, clean,
ood n'hood, near hosp
50 mo+dep. 384-6755
e SAN MARCO
1& 2BR Special!
CALL 398-9492

SAN MARCO lbr Gar. Apt
hdwd firs, $525mo+dep.
891-8330
SOUTHSIDE Ig studio
very quiet, elec, water,
cable incl. pool,
$550mo. 398-9032
SPRINGFIELD -2/1, gar
apt, $550, 2038 Walnut
St. 2034 Walnut St. 2/1,
Ig apt, $650. 2036 Wal-
nut St. 4/1. $750.
Call Vanessa 537-7504
WESTSIDE-2/1, CH&A,
w/w cpt, good oc, nr
1295. $555 874-0788
WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&A,
dishwasher. W/D
hookup. $625, 573-2024


410 Condominiums
Baymead/9A Overlook
1408sf, 3/2. 1st fir, wtr,
cbl. incl $1150. 728 2244
Baymeadows/9A gated
water view, 3/2 FIRST
MO. FREE I $1300 807-8757
BAYMEADOWS -2/2,
newly renov, all appl,
$1150 Call 378-3036
BCN 2/2, Gated comm on
marsh! Lakefront view+
Extras. $1200m. 382-6145
BEACHES -Jax. Resort
living, like new, fitness
cntr, pools, 2/2,
$1095mo. 993-3803
ICW/Hodges New lux 3/2
1720sf, $1350mo.+dep.
w/ok credit. 260-9389
MAND/S'SIDE -2/2: condo
New, gated, $950mo.
Call Led at 904,545-1999.
MANDARIN BRAND NEW
3/2. 1/2 off 1st mo.
$1100mo. 407-451-6411
Mandarin new, 3/2, scrn
atio, hlth club pool,
1175. Call 732-6648
Mand-Town Homes of
Bigtree. 2/2, w/dappl,
$800mo + dep. 728-9200

O.P. -RTO, Guar|
financing, $800mo.
Natures Hideaway
Blanding Blvd. NEW,
276-6446

OCEANFRONT-Jax
Beach, ground fir, 2/2,
$1650mo. 221-0634
Palencia-3/2, $1395m all
inclusive, W/D.granite
counter tops, .254-2543
PONTE VEDRA E. of A1A
2/2 fpl, w/d, 1 C. gar,
$1100mo Call 285-1164
PONTE VEDRA Ocean
Grove 2/2, renov, amen,
$1100/mo 904- 819-0709
PVB 2/2, fpl, lakeview,
close to bch, w/many
amen. $995m. 716-6270
PVB-2/2 .GROUND
FLOOR AT OCEAN LINKS
$1150MO PLUS SEC.DEP.
CALL 904-728-5385
PVB-Belleza. 3/2, vltd
cells, Huge 1400sf,
$1375mo. Terry 318-9635
PVB Belleza condo 2/2
new appls,all amen, pet
ok $1,050 866-7483707
A. PVB COLONY- 2/2
SPrivate view garage,
iw/d, walk to beach, no
smokers, East AlA
$1050. Erin or Shannon
285-5640
4, PVB COLONY 2/2
Sbprivate view garage,
ti w/d, walk to beach, no
smokers, east AIA,
$1100, Erin or Shannon,
904.285-95640
PVB Condo Belleza 2/2
1100sf, $1100mo.
904-654-6323
SAN JOSE at The Colony
New lux 2/2, new appli,
carpet, steps to pools
$950m+dp. 398-9929
SAN MARCO Completely
renovated! River view, 2
biks from San Marco
sq. 1100sf, 2 huge Br,
Iba, $1200m. 813-8573
SOUTHSIDE 2/2 on lake,
scrnd patio, fpl Ic,
$950mo. 904-962-5975
SOUTHSIDE Hodges/Bch,
2br/2ba all new,
$1175mo. Call 710-8081
S'SIDE BARTRAM PARK
3/2.5 Icgar, $1325m. 1st
mnth free. 904 568-0257
S'SIDE LUX. 3/2,Gtd, fit
ctr/pool $999m 370-4088
www.mrealty.biz
Start your New Year
right, Move to PVB!
3/2 Belleza, on lake with
garage $1350mo
1/1 Ocean Grove w/gar.
Gated, Pool, fitness
$950m. Terry 904. 318- 9635
4., TOWNHOME, NEW
NEAR JAX AIRPORT
2 BDRM, EACH W/
PRIVATE BATH, 1/2
BATH DWNSTAIRS,
APPLIANCES INCLUDED,
$950MO,
wugrbc@tds.net
912-576-1142/674- 4579
W'SIDE 2/2 Lux Water-
front, Nr Riverside, free
boat dockage, $895m
incl. water, sewer,
garbage. 757-0775


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415 Houses
S Furnished

4, NEW 3/2
2 Car Garage,
$1095. 18 minutes
Mayport. 15 min-
utes, Downtown Jack-
sonville, 10 minutes.
Regency Mall, 2 miles
off 9A, 904 382-1758

420 Houses
420U furnished

$500 Down U OWN
all areas EZ Qualify
Call the Hotline 388-1208
4, 1 CW Sutton Lakes
4 br, 2.5 bath, huge
yard, close to May-
port Community Pool.
Military Discount Available.
$1400.535- 5845
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT RM, FPLC
SCREENED PATIO, LG BKYD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778- 2897
ARGYLE
7450 Petrell
Large 1600SF 3/2 Fplc,
Fenced, Must See! $895
8086 Timberpoint Dr
3/2/2 1441sf $950
7313 Fox Grove
Huge 1850SF Like New,
Screened Patio, Unique
Layout Must See!
Only $997, Wont Last!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Argyle Area
for rent 3/2 with
fireplace, indoor
laundry room $875
a month, $800 deposit
call 779-1918. Officially
reassigned.
,. Argyle Area
for rent 3/2 with
Sffireplace, indoor
laundry room $875
a month, $800 deposit
call 779-1918. Officially
reassigned.
ARL 3/1.5,1200sf, new
flrg/stove, $1200m + 1st,
last & dp. 651-0143
ARL Complete Remod
4/2. 1600sf, new roof,
CH&A,$1075. 859-3068
4, Arlington 3 bed-
room 2 bath, hard-
wood floors, fire-
place, central air,
carport/garage, 5 car
driveway, inground
swimming pool,
$1100/monthly +
deposit 234-3652
ARL -TH, 3/2, $975mo.
$800 dep. Refs, extra
clean, no pets. 641-5778
ATL BCH 3/2, 1800sf, w/2
car gar, pool, close to
Bch. $1800m. 334-1935
AVONDALE
All new inside, 3/1, ch/a,
cpt fncd yd, 1250sf,
block home. 449-4724
BEACHES-ATL BEACH
Ocean side, contem-
porary, 2/2.5 + office.
w/pool. $2K mo 280-2805
CLAY CO -Dr's Landing
Beauty, 3/2/2, DR, fip,
$1500 mo. + dep 3125
Nautilus 993-5511
FLEM ISLAND PLANT
an3' J 2 1 2,unsr
012-0 CHil 70S Odtt-..
GREEN COVE
Brand New 3BR 2BA
Off Sandridge in Silver
Creek. 1450SF, $950.00.
Small Pet Considered.
Julington Creek
352 Redwood Lane
3/2/2 1300sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ICW/lndian Springs 4/2,
newly remod. fncd yd,
$1400m, 1st & last.
904-992-0615/422-0616
or 765-9523
ICW -4/2, Pablo Pt.
$1400mo. Nice Neigh-
borhood 705-6033
ICW INDIAN SPRINGS 3/2,
2 car gar, 1800sf, exc
area, $1250mo 219-6817
SICW Near Mayport
SWonderwood, 2
i story, 3/2.5, 1 car
garage, fenced
backyard,$1200- 1250mo
1st, last, sec. 728-2794
ICW new house 4/2,
appli, avail today 296
Southern Rose Dr.
$1500m. 12466 Tropic
Dr. E. $1500mo. 2355
Guava Ct. $1600 mo.
Call 904-866-1431
ICW-SummerBrook*
Brand new.5/3 /2,SS
appl, media rm, comm
pool,play, work
out,$2700 mo+ dep,
904-612-0790
JAXBCH Holly Dr. 3/2,.2
car, fenc'd yd, tile firs.
$1300 + dep. 614-5278
JAX BCH remod 4/3
2000sf. $2000mo. Call
904-866-1431
SJAX BCH RIP TIDE
3/2 w/ soft new
| appliances, fpl, tile,
ceil fans, 2 car gar., yd
main. include sprink/sys,
$1400+ dep., 15 mins. NS
Mayport, H220- 0048, C
803- 6717


A420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

JCP avail, 4/2/2 2100total
area 797-6301 cell
904-501-2716 $1400mo
JCP Townhouse 3/2
Lake view/end unit
$1195mo. 993-7051
JTB/ST. LUKES On
GatePrkwy W. New TH,
3/2.5 frig, 1654sf gar,
scrn lanai gated, pool,
club hse 223-6953
JULINGTON CREEK
Spacious 3Br, Living
room, family room +
formal Dinning room,
huge kitchen, fully
fenced yard. Squeaky
Clean. $1450m. 280-2805
KINGSLAND, GA- Brand
new 3BR/2BA town-
house with two-car
garage. Lawn mainte-
nance included. No
ets/smoking. $995.
12-882-7372.
LAKEWOOD, 3/2 fplc. wd
firs, SS Appliances,
$110B/mo; 737"2542
LAKEWOOD
3/1, updated, garage,
$925/mo; 737. 2542
Mand/Bartram Prk New
TH. 3/2.5, 1CG, scrn
porch, pool,gym,+more
great loc. $1150mo+dep.
Call 880-1261
MAND 2/2, 2cgar, scr.
patio, fpl, fncd yd,
$895m. 772-8741
MAND -3/2 fen yd, fpl,
eat-in-kit, sec sys, Hood
Rd. $1200mo 673-6169
MANDARIN 3/2, 1700 sq
ft, vaulted ceilings
w/skylights & ceramic
tile f oors, frplc, 2 car
gar, Ig yard, Ig scrnd
patio, alarm sys, w/d
kup Igmstr suite &
his/her athrm w/2 Ig
walk-in closets, gar-
den tub. Walk to Man-
darin schools & local
park, easy access to
1-295/1-95. Rent price
inclds lawn svc & alarm
svc, $800 deposit 1 yr
lease, cats ok w/dep,
avail 1/1, 434-1491.
M'burg-New4/3,
all brick, $1250mo,
Call 493-6174
NORTHSIDE-New 4/2, 2
car gar, $1050mo. sec
dep 407-375-7076
N'SIDE 3/1, ch/a, $750m
2916 Pearce St.
Call 904-434-2083
N'side 3/1 off Edgewood
newly remod w/hd firs
$775/mo. 904-687.4962
N'slde 3/1 RTO $750mo.
ch&a, fenced back yard
8708 1st Ave. 757 0775
N'side-8531 Howell Dr.
3/2, fenced back yard,
carpet. $775mo.
Call 904-449-4724
N'SIDE Highlands 2/1,
office, ceramic tile, $650
mo + $650 dep, 757-1896
N'SIDE NEW TOWNHOME
3/2.5. 2-stry icar gar.
l-,2usr ,-. d. -, D.:--no
auin. Fr 2'., 5 i1100
-0- 25J 7-3-6 "'.,75
O.P. MAO. PT GCC
-3/2.5, pool. gated
comm, $1400. 264-1425

O.P. -4/2, 2 g, aprx|
1900sf, like new
$1300, Dr's Inlet.
276-6446 1

O.P. -St. Johns River
5/3.5, panaramic view,
dock, $2400mo.
264-1425
Oak Leaf Area. Bent
Creek. Golf Comm 4/2.
$1295mo. 333-5852
OP/OAKLEAF 4br homes
avail now, from
$1295-$1550 264-1425
OP-3/2 brick home.
inground pool, 2 car
garage, FL rm, jacuzzi
ub, newly remod tile,
crpt, $1100 mo. 10 min
to NAS. 276-3000 Alic
OPCC 5/3; 2 car gar, 24hr
sec. $2000/mo + dep.
S771-1116 ask for Mila
4 OP North
3BR/2 Bath, large
S fenced yard, 3
miles to NAS.
291-4316 $900 mo.
+deposit
ORANGE PARK
620 Thomas Mckeen
Best Area Off Constitu-
tion Rd, Large 1650SF
3/2 Great Neighbors,
Reduced $875
2700 Secret Harbor
Like New 4BR 2BA 1750SF
Off College Near 220
Ultra Nice Area, $1095
2724 Secret Harbor
3/2/2 1447sf $995
590 William Penn
3/2 1500sf $925
Large Fenced Backyard
$300 Off First Month Rent
Only $997, Wont Last!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060


FEDEATED


MANAGEMENT


ARGYLE
2912 Brittany Bluff
3/2, 1677SF $1050

7782 MacDougall Dr
3/2/2, 1425SF $950

8046 Wellback Lane
3/2/1, 1681SF $1095

336 Pecan Grove Dr
3/2.5/2, 1449SF $995
1/2 Off 1st Full Mo!

6076 Maggies Circle
#109, 3/2, 1157SF $775
WESTSIDE
7485 Cliff Cottage


GCS & LAKE ASBURY
3-4 BedroOm Homes
$795 and Up!

MIDDLEBURG
1863 Sherwood Drive
3/2/2, 1280SF $795
Fenced!

3401 Fieldstone
3/2/2, 1447SF $975

JULINGTON CREEK
352 Redwood Lane
3/2/2, 1300SF $995
5 NORTHSIDE
3640 Shrewsbury
3/2/2, 1673SF $1375


3/2/2, 1724SF $1095 SOUTHSIDE
11471 Kimberly Forest
6173 Duclay 3/2/2, 1292SF $925
4/2/2, 1910SF $1095
FORT CAROLINE
MANDARIN 10026 Govern Lane
13500 Essence Court 4/2/2, 1543SF $1130
2/2.5/1, 1416SF $1095
ICW
ORANGE PARK 917 Majestic Cypress
1707 Cross Pines Drive North.
3/2.5, 1615SF $1295 3/2/2, 1410sf $895

4/1 or 488 Sunstone Ct 2213 Indian Springs
3/2.5,1496SF $1095 ea. 3/2,1500sf $1025

www.federatedmanagementgroup.com


4 Houses
420 Unfurnished

OP MALL 2/2 & 3/1.5 ch/a
Kit eqpt fen Rent to own
$725+dep. AvI 269-4765

PALENCIA -new 4/3,
2500sf, walk to club,
tenn, pool, golf, $2400
neg. 904-687-3000
Ponte Vedra Beach
Great house near beach.
2/2 Modern kitch,
fenced yard, garage
$1095mo. 925-368-1186
R'side Huge Brk Charmer
3/1 Beautifully renov.
hw fl ch&a, frpi, hkup
$1150 561.302 6200
Sandalwood -4/2,1 car
Oarpriv fen.$950mo.+
ep.641-9532/962-6212



SILVER CREEK- new 3/2,
2 car, w/d, $1250/mo
Chris 904-742-7486
SOUTHSIDE great new
home in Highland Glen
off Bch blvd. 4/3.5
3225sf $2500m 221-8323
SOUTHSIDE TH 3/2.5, 2
car gar, 2062sf,
$1900mo. Call 538-9198
SS-Drayton Park 3/2 TH,
all appliances, gar, gated,
$125gmo.904-386-4052
S'SIDE 3/2, CH&A, Fen
yrd, 1700sf, $995 + dep.
731-0720/803-4124
ST. JOHNS CO/Bapt. Hosp
Brand new gated TH, 3/3
w/FR, DR Lib & 2cgar
incl access to pool, club
hse & fitn. ctr. Priv. owner
$1850m. 904- 759-3626
ST. JOHNS CO. -/CR210,
3/2 Ig fncd yd, comm
olf tenn, pool, all apple,
1400mo. 951-202-7677
VILANO BCH Beachfront
3/2, all appl, 2 decks,
gar, $1600. 904.669-0415
WESTSIDE -3/2, $850, 3/1
$675, 2/1 $600, all CH&A,
w/d, 477-0348
S WESTSIDE 3 BR/2BA,
S2 car garage, scrn
porch, fen yard New
construction
DEC. MOVE IN SPECIAL, sm
pets ok. Claudia 463-5499/
$1075 mo, $975 sec.
WESTSIDE
6797 Plum Lake Drive
3/2 Bath Like New 1600SF
Excellent Area Off Old
Argyle & Old Middleburg
$950/mo.
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730. 8060.
W'SIDE-3/1, on Diamond
D Ranch $800/mo
904 289- 9331
W'SIDE 3/2, 1 car gar, fen
yrd, 1 class sec., $850x3,
653-1117 or 954- 263- 7311
W'SIDE 3/2, CH&A, 2ac on
Cedar River, boatramp
$1100mo 387-1804
W'side 3/2.5, 1 Car, New
construction, lease
option $1250m 866-2948
W'SIDE 4/2. 2B00s.,
$1385mo. Brano New.
Call Doug 407.497.0009
wwwimycherokeecnve.com
W'side new 4/2,
$1400mo + sec dep.
Call 493-6174
W'SIDE NR O.P. 2BR 1BA
SMALL COTTrAGE, QUIET
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897


425 Manufactured
Homes

ARGYLE 3br/2ba
DW on prvt lot. $750 $875
Call Greg 376-5190


For as little as $500 down
Call Sandy a) 695-2255

MIDDLEBURG 2/2,
CH&A, no pets, $600mo
$500dep 282-6245

W'SIDE 2/1 on priv .5ac
lot, w/d hkp, others avl.
$595m+$400dp. 779 2005
W'SIDE SW very clean,
nice yd, no pets, $525m.
$525dp. 891-5393


430 Roommates
ARL 3/1 house Male
looking for female
roommate. 881-3033

Arlington 3 bed-
S| room 2 bath,
swimming pool.
split utilities
equally, 1 month
deposit, p.o.c. Robert
Meggs 904, 234- 3652

Atl. Blvd/Kernan-Share
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
incl. Very gd area $140wk
N/S only. 904-838,8054

LOOKING FOR
ROOMMATE
4/2 house. Call
904,703-2533

ORANGE
PARK/ARGYLE
FOREST
Roommate(s) to
share 3/2 house.
$450/mo, utilities
included. Call Nhan
631-5664

S'side Share hse w/
mature Female N/S
$400+dep 868- 8613

S'SIDE share 2/2 house,
M/F, $375 + 1/2 utils
Quiet N'hood 652-5582

43s5 Rooms
to Rent

ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
L... L. '. ., r : .,
l'N'- ,:., i-,.- ,r I ,:.,T,
KINGS INN (904) 725 3343

N'West-$85wk im .leo


ROOM FOR RENT
$400 a month, all
S utilities included, 7
miles from NAS
Jacksonville,
904-386 0207

ST. MARY'S GA.
Beautiful house.
Nice back yard,
exquisite land-
scaping. Beautiful
community Great
Opportunity! 3 min.
from 1-95, 30 min to
Jax. 3 min from Kings
Bay. $425.mo. + 1/2
utils. + deposit. NO
PETS ALLOWED! Call
912-441-4020 for more
details.


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ARGYLE
2912 Brittany Bluff
3/2, 1677SF $1050
$300 OFF 1ST MO. RENT


MIDDLEBURG
3401 Fieldstone
3/2/2, 1447SF $975


JULINGTON CREEK
7782 MacDougall Dr 352 Redwood Lane
3/2/2, 1425SF $950 3/2/2, 1300SF $995


8046 Wellback Lane
3/2/1, 1681SF $1095

336 Pecan Grove Dr
3/2.5/2, 1449SF $995
1/2 Off 1st Full Mo!
WESTSIDE
7485 Cliff Cottage
3/2/2, 1724SF $1095
6173 Duclay
4/2/2, 1910SF $1095


NORTHSIDE
3640 .Shrewsbury
3/2/2, 1673SF $1375

SOUTHSIDE
11471 Kimberly Forest
3/2/2. 1292SF $925

FORT CAROLINE
10026 Govern Lane
4/2/2, 1543SF $1130


MANDARIN 917 Majestic Cypress
13500 Essence Court Drive North
2/2.5/1, 1416SF $1095 3/2/2, 1410sf $895
GCS & LAKE ASBURY
3-4 Bedroom Homes 2213 Indian Springs
$795 and Up! 3/2, 1500sf $1025


www.federatedmanag'ementgroup.com


ARLINGTON/SOUTHSIDE
4111 San Pablo Rd. S.
12722 Ariana Ct.
7701 Timberlin Park #1531
1726 Ryar Rd. #3

ORANGE PARK
351 Brier Rose
628 Crystal Way
612 Crystal Way
WESTSIDE/RIVERSIDE
2302 Tegner Dr.
1014 Memorial Park
1216 Adrian CLt.
4535 Plymouth St.
4513 Melvin Cir. E.
4440 Melvin Cir. E.
6018 Wilson Blvd.


3/2 1600
3/2.5 1050
2/2 950



4/2 $1375
3/2.5 $1200
3/2.5 $1200


3/2 950
3/2 950
3/1 $900
3/2 $900
4/2 $875
4/2 $850
3/1.5 $750


NORTHSIDE
3035 Preserve Landing Dr. 4/3 $2300
573 Hardeeville CtL 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 11200
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. 3/1.5 900
9620 Harriet Ave. HUD 3/1
4534 Lincrest Dr. S. 4/2 $800
8530 Oak Leaf Rd. 3/2 $775
1747 W. 4th St.#1 2/1 628
1747 W. 4th St. 2/1 $628
MANDARIN
Y122IMonterey St. 2/1 $950

A00 1 Dan Jones & Associates, Inc.

n i T Ask About Specials!
ERA www.ERADANJONES.com
AiAL ricanr


435 Rooms
Sto Rent
4 ST. MARY'S GA.
beautiful house.
Nice back yard,
s exquisite land-
scaping. Beautiful
community Great
Opportunity! 3 mm.in
from 1-95, 30 min to
Jax. 3 min from Kings
Bay. $425.mo. + 1/2
utils. + deposit. NO
PETS ALLOWED! Call
912-441-4020 for more
details.
WESTSIDE
Luxury rooms
Call 904-866-6016






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

Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale

BCHS Prime Loc. 5600sf
Comm. BIdg, 4COP Liquor
Lic. option. 285-4459

BEACHES -Prime Jax Bch
comm. dbl lot, 50x250
2000sf whse, 2700sf olc
bldg. $1,895,000.
904-993-5853 334-6091
Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent

A.22,000sf
Dock high with Ramp
lO1000sf office. CSX Rail
Yard. Food Quality Ready
$3.25/sf Gross. Easton,
Sanderson, & Co.
356-2228 Realtor
BUSY HWY 17 GREEN
COVE SPRINGS- 1600sf
t,,p sac,- 3 1q ,:er
hea a,:,or 5 srn, ,n,:
sBejO mo 1-. 3i*i21
W'SIDE Zoned CCG1,
597 S. Edgewood. 7000 -51
5.000 Storage 450o0m
Lease or Sale 710'8009
7 Bu-ine-'es
507 "For Sale

Selling Your Business?
Let the world know
it exist Brokers welcome
Venturepointonline.com
515 Office Space
515 OfFor Rent

Arl-952 Cesery Blvd.
1100sf, exc location &
prking.$700m. 388-3830
ARL off Merrill Rd. Office
bidg w/kit, apprx
1500ft. avail now.
$1500mo. 904-220-5546
Full Service Executive
Offices & Suites fur-
nished prime Univer-
sity blvd. location in
newly renovated pro-
fessional building. 24
hour security. HUB,
Empowerment &
Enterprise Zone. Vari-
ous sizes avail. Janu-
ary 1st. 561-512-7432
JTB & PHILLIPS -Starting
at $325. utils incld.
Call Rod 343-8922
MANDARIN -HOT SPOT
1150-2300sf, brick.
Physician/Other 230-2221
P/T Office @ SS & JTB
Furnished & Incl. Recpt
$225/mo. Call 281-0566
WESTSIDE -avail 12/15,
775sf, perfect for
attorney, ins, mtg co.
4570 St. Johns Ave.
904-277-7056 '

525 Retail
525 For Rent

ATLANTIC BLVD/ICW
1150 sf, $1000 mo
904,220-9081






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


550 Business
Opportunities

HOME HEALTH BUSINESS
FOR SALE. Serving Jax
and surrounding areas.
Exc. Growing Market!
Contact Raymond at:
rj4516@yahoo.co,
Sole Owner w/excl
rights of the Jax
territory for remain auto
parts. Will help set up
accts, create invent, &
provide training.
Potential gr $10K wkly
short term goal.
Serious inquiries only.
877-855-0202

560 Financial
SServices

Bad Credit Mortgage
Loans 100% Loans
No Money Down
.560 Credit Scores
.No Credit Scores
.100% Investment Loans
We Do It All Call Us Now
904-486-0336


560 Financial
056 Services

THE AVERAGE HOME-
OWNER can save as
much as $33,000 on a
home mortgage with-
out refinancing.Write
The Mortgage Minder
System, E.K.Payne,1432
Bahia Drive, Tallahas-
see FL.32305







Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/
Events


605 Schools
Medical Career
Want to help people?
Train in less time
than you think
Career Service Available
Financial Aid available
for those who qualify.
Training includes an
externship!
For a Brochure call nowl
800-719-7249
Sanford. Brown Institute
10255 Fortune Pkwy, ste 501
Jacksonville, FL. 32256


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Jan 9
8 Week Eve Class Jan 9
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269.2555
Florida Real Estate Institute


700 Domestic
MAID- 1 day wk,down-
town 5 hrs $9/hr, must
have car be honest &
dependable 358-7263

702 Customer


GOLFERS WANTED
C ,aaain'a[ier IS iu. inng
i r ner i:. oriented c-ad
dA i t, work a[ 3 pr-micr
13r011l, in P.-ri S vedr,
Oull ni n, ledge is
required
Vcoa rrund FT & PT
positilOn i 3,u libie
400 4) $ 0-80r 4 *
Also Inleruiew nlg. ,Tor
mana,3j r pt. 151 lIr
PleaOecal9043 36D lia8-

Shipping
Company
A local shipping com-
pany is accepting
applications for sea-
soned professionals for
several positions within
Customer Service.
Customer Service
Coordinator
Administrative
Assistant
Support Services
Customs Manifesting
yearss Transportation
Experience)
*Rate Specialist (2
gears Transportation
Experience)
Candidates must have
excellent customer ser-
vice, organizational and
communication skills.
Candidates must be
flexible in scheduled
hours. Degree preferred
but not required with
extensive experience.
Excellent career oppor-
tunity, benefits and sal-
ary commensurate with
experience. Please FAX
all resumes with salary
requirements in strict
confidence to
(904) 805-8104.

EOE/M/F/D/V
Drug Free Workplace


705 Financial

CLOSER/PROCESSOR
Exp'd for Growing Title
Co. Multiple locations.
Fax res (904)- 278-2511.

Loan Processor
for Private Mortgage
Lender Experienced
detailed with good
organizational skills.
Salaried position
Fax 737-8609
Email jdailey@acala.com
Manager & Customer
Service Reps-Leading
consumer finance
company seeking
qualified candidates for
position of Manager
and Customer Service
Reps for Kingsland, GA
area. Duties to include:
processing loan appli-
cations and loan pay-
ments, making calls to
past due accounts and
general office prac-
tices. The candidate
needs to be a self -
starter, honest,
dependable and
learner. There is on the
job training for this
position. Please sub-
mit resume with salary
req (A MUST) to
800-792-6078 or email
jobs@selectmgmt.com
Mortgage Broker
Looking forExp.2yrs min,
Work from home or
office. Fax Resume to
215-6457.

7 Accounting/
70U Bookkeeping

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
ASSISTANT Part time to
the Director of Finance.
Accounting degree or
proven work history in
accounting a must.
Accounting software
knowledge. Great
Plains a plus. May
develop to full time
position. Fax resume
to 645-5960.


706 Accounting/
7 Bookkeeping


AUTOMOTIVE
ACCOUNTANT/

CONTROLLER
TRAVEL COUNTRY RV
CENTER, a growing
multi-location deal-
ership is looking for a
an experienced
full-charge controller
with extensive back-
ground in automotive,
or recreational vehicle
dealership accounting.
Candidate must be an
organized self-starter

dealership. Excellent
computer and spread-
sheet skills required.
preferred. Excellent
salary and benefits for
the right person. All
inquires will be kept in
strict confidence. Send
resume to Ron Fleming
at Travel Country RV
Center. You may e-mail
to ron@travelcoun-
tryrv.com or fax to
386-752-0508


BOOKKEEPER
Orange Park
for GreenSouth Equip-
ment, Inc. a Regional
Equipment Distributor
with 8 locations in North
Fl. & South Ga. Respon-
sible for overall book-
keeping at retail location.
Re Bachelors Degree
in Accounting or Rel-
evant Accounting Exp.
Strong PC skills Profi-
ciency in Ms Office. Exc.
Organizational skills
required. Competitive
Salary, benefits. Excel-
lent 401k & Health Ins.
Email resume: Jonathan@
greensouthequipmentycom


CONTROLLER
Local company seeks
part-time, 20 hour a
week controller. Mini-
mum 3 years experi-
ence w/ accounting
degree. Salary $2500
mo. Full benefits, drug
& smoke free work
place. EOE. Fax resume
354-2829 or e-mail
ogc_emily@)bellsouth.net
TAX PREPARERS FTi Perm
& PT ..[n e2 $, 12 r.r
up. l ptde .-no,ng .:.r, I'.
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Ap,,,rnor. d piat I, run
Soutnealst; $.90 To $.96
per mile to tractor;
Stand by time. Driver
must have class A CDL
w/ X endorsement, 1
year driving exp. Turn
around dispatch,
minimal layover.
Independent Operator
Benefit Package.
Qualified operators
contact David, Boasso
America Corp., 1827 E.
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32206, 904-475-0336.


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Full time/part time
jobs
Class A and B
drivers needed
Have plenty of
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instant interview
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Needed With Moffit
Experience. Call
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an appt

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Get the respect you deserve!
Brown Trucking Co., a
southeast regional
carrier is now leasing
owner operators for
our Jacksonville, FL.
Operation.
99% pre- loaded.
80% drop and hook.
Home most nights
& weekends.
Must be 25 yrs old with
3 yrs exp.& a clean MVR.
1 800 241-5624 ext. 106
Or apply online at
www.browntrucking.com

Are you a Class A
Flat Bed driver? We
have 11 full time
perm positions to
fill. CalIGPC driving
443.7377 to set up
an appt. No
nights/wknds.

BOX TRUCK DRIVER no
CDL needed, 5 day
week, usually home by
3pm. Avg $500wk 2yr
exp req'd. 904-463-0405
BUS DRIVER
For Private school, PT
7:30am-8:30am.
2:30pm-3:30pm.
Can turn into FT for right
person w/Teaching or
Childcare exp. Apply at
2209 N. University.
Arlington Hills Day School
904-744-3582
CAR DRIVERS NEEDED
for busy driver service
in Florida 346-3955
CDL CLASS A- for local
trucking co. Top pay,
benefits, new trucks, 2
yrs exp reqd. 387-1710

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trucking co. Top pay,
benefits, new trucks, 2
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707 Driver
CLASS A CDL DRIVER-
dedicated run between
Jacksonville & Orlando.
Nightly 100% drop &
hook, req 1 year OTR,
Hazmat & doubles
321-202-4406
CLASS B DRIVERS
For a reputable Tour Bus
Co. Paid train, bnfts,
retirement, yrly vac &
pay raises. Call Renee
866&374-0764

4l Company
Drivers
$1000 Sign on
Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
Co. starting pay
$.31-.34/m le
O/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$ $.01 Safety Bonus
-Medical Dental 401k
-$25 Wkly Serv. Bonus
SPaid Vac & holidays
; Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day
MUMtBC call
HaWSSs S Greg @


DEDICATED LOCAL
ROUTE DELIVERY
CDL class A Weekly
delivery o estb
accounts, HAZMAT
endorsement, benefits
Inci: medical, dental
vision, prescription
401K with match, life
Ins & disability. Flex-
ibility & independence
for the self motivated
driving professional.
Outstanding company
support with great
earning potential.
Florida Hardware
Company. ph:783-1650
fax:783-456 e-mail
floridahardware@
mail.com
DELIVERY DRIVER
local deliveries M-F
Need Immed. Call betw
8 12pm. Must know
city. 737-9292

Driver
Drivers wanted.
Make $500 to
$800 per week.
Late model
vehicles.
Beaches, St Aug and
Jax.
Call 493 5222ask for
Tim Collins

DRIVERS/
TRAINEES
NEEDED
Werner needs OTR
truckers NOW! No exp.
needed! $700+/wk
earning potential. No
CDL? No Problem!
Training available! Call
Now 1-800-820-4521
DRIVERS/WAREHOUSE
WORKERS -Class B
license. DFWP

DRIVERS BV&B hiring
CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. SE
region, home nights &
wknds. 904- 358-1322.
DRIVERS CDL A or B
$1000 sign on bonus
Deliver roofing materi-
als to rooftop. Clean
MVR. Repeat heavy
medical, vac., 401K.
EOE/DFWP. Apply at
4930 Spring Park Rd. or
call904,674 0375




Do you earn less than
$800 per wk? Immed
entry- level openings
avail with major
national carrier. No
CDL? No problem. CDL
Recruiters. 731-2577




If you are an experi-
enced driver or school


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offer competitive eay,
bonus pay medical
401K and holiday pay.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
(904) 764-4516

class B Lic, Exp prefd,
benf, comp wage SIGN
ON BONUS 904.940-1226


Pay by the load + bonus
plan. Excellent benefits.
Apply Mon & Wed
between 10am-n3pm
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JOIN A WINNING TEAM


AT MANNING BUILDING
SUPPLIES. Drivers
needed M- F work week,
excellent benefits.
Competitive pay.
Apply in person at
1 90Philips Hwy.
OWNER OPERATORS /
DRIVERS Van, reefer &
container operations.
Great rates, 100 % FSC
paid to truck Home
often, 2yrs exp. Call
904-741-6201
Para Transit Drivers
Para Transit drivers needed.
Min age 23. Competitive
wage
And benefits. Mvr and
background check req.
Call 493-5222

TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-.10o00/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866-374-0764

710 Industrial/
STrades

A/C TECH- for residen-
tial work clean driving
record, great pay &
- benefits. Please apply
in person: 518 Stevens
St or fax resume to
904-781-8387 Attn:Mel


710 Industrial/
7 AU Trades



AUTO BODY
Mobile Painter Combo/
Techs (3) needed for
major auto dealerships.
car rental companies &
body shop. Consistent
pay. Valid DL required.
Vacation & Benefits.
Call David @ 904 349 0787

AUTOMATIC FIRE
SPRINKLER HELPERS,
Looking for career?
Apprenticeship program,
EOE DFWP
Call 800 224 5107 #29
BIG DOG FRAMING
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
591-5055/762.1187
BODY & PAINT PERSON-
NEL- needed for new
facility. Experience
necessary. Must have
own tools. 247-1369

CABINET
a INSTALLER I
Exp. req'd. Dependable,
licensed & ins. Best Pay
in Jax. Steady work. I
Great opportunity
S 904-388-1217

CABINETMAKERS With
Experience! Join Our Team
and earn Premium Wages.
Call Corey or Duane at:
757-3964
CAREER OPPORTUNITY in
Interior Plantscaping.
Will train right person
to learn to care for
indoor plants. Benefits,
DFWP 904- 398- 9880
CARPENTERS (FRAMERS)
-Competitive pay -
Must have transp.
Call Rob 904/635-2053
CARPENTERS -for fram-
ing crew. 2-3 yrs exp.
top pay. Call 591-3858
CONSTR. ESTIMATOR
for med size G.C. Must
have digitizer com-
puter syst. est. skills.
Must have conceptual
est. knowledge. Fax
resume 904-880-8480.

CONTRACTORS
High worker's comp rates?
Possibly getting cancelled?
No benefits for employees?
We can help! No comp deposit.
Call Bob or Max
Skilled Services
800-693-7838 904-693-4844
DFWP/EOE
DRYWALL Framers,
Foremen, Journeymen
& Apprentices 259 0705
DRYWALL HANGER &
Metal Framers earn
$250+ a day. moti-
vated & exp'd for local
long term projects.
Tools & transp. 866. 0590
DUCKWORTH CONCRETE
CONSTRUCTION.
NOW HIRING! All Posi-
tions avail Laborers,
Finishers, Form Setters.
Call 904-223-4008
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
A.Fire Spk.Pipe-Ftr.
Apprentices@703-3170

Electrical
GROUNDSMAN.. Good
benefits, $12/ hour,
must have CDL License,
Advancement &
apprenticeship pro-
gram. Call 751-6020
(EOE / DFWP)
ELECTRICIANS,
SHIPFITTERS,
PIPEFITTERS,
MACHINISTS,
WELDERS
and many other trades
for top pay!
Call MKtoday.
1-800 573-6269 or
1-866-967-5657
or apply online at
www.mkpro.com
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS 1 year local resi-
dential exp. Sign on
Bonus. Call 904-282-3806
DFWP


-SERVICE -|
With verify ex
$18-520/hr w/retire-
ment, vac, health ins.
Thompson Elec. 108 E.
27th St. 353-1500 1


710 Industrial/
710 Trades

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Mini Excavator Operator
For plumbing sewers.
Min 5yrs exp. Valid DL.
Good pay and benefits.
Crockett Plumbing.
904 387-0176 DFWP.
GRAPHIC ARTIST Orange
Park F/T. Duties will
include graphic design,
pre-press, layout &
customer service. Exp.
in PC & Mac. Attention
to detail & able to work
quickly under tight
headlines in a fast
paced printing envi-
ronment. Competitive
Salary, Benefits. Fax or
email res. 904- 269 3027;
sirspeedyl857@yahoo.com
No phone calls

IOME AUTOMATION
I STRUCTUREDWIRING
INSTALLER 1

IDISCOVERTEC I
I Call 680-3000 1
Security/Phone/video|
/ audio exp req'd.
iSign on bonus. Faxn
resume 904-524-1024
L EOE M/F/V/D DFWPJ
LANDSCAPE LIGHTING
INSTALLER- Dynamic
growing, locally owned
Co. looking for talented
individualto learn the
landscape lighting
business from the
ground up. No exp nec.
Will train. Exc pay &
advancement oppty. for
the right candidate.
Call Daren 937-603.2431
MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN
needed for progressive
team oriented vinyl
fence manufacturer.
Above average starting
salaries, 401k, Medical/
Dental insurance, paid
vacation. Responsi-
bilities consist of
maintenance of
extruders and related
auxiliary equipment to
minimize production
downtime. A strong
mechanical, electrical
and instrumentation
maintenance back-
ground is a must.
The ideal candidate will
posses at least five
years of Industrial
Maintenance.
Fax resume 904-421-3308
or e-mail to:
resume@enduris.com
or call 904-421-3307
Maintenance Tech
meVAC) wanted for
350+ community
located in Orange Park.
Fax resume to
904-278-1003.
PAINTERS & DRYWALL
FINISHER Call 536-3503
or 476-6465
PAINTERS
Ex a plus Drug free co.



Praxair, Inc.
Praxair is $5+billion
Fortune 500 global
leader in industrial,
medical and specialty
gases and related
products. At our Jack-
sonville FL facility we
offer an outstanding
entry-level opportunity
for a mechanically-
inclined team player
who will operate and
maintain a Dry ice Plant
and associated equip-
ment. Must be abl t1o
lift and carry up to 60
lbs. Some Holiday and
weekend work will be
required. We seek a
H.S. Grad who is
mechanically inclined.
Light electric, hydrau-
lic basic computer
skills are preferred. To
explore this great
career growth oppor-
tunity, including an
excellent compensa-
tion & benefits pack-
age, please send your
resume including sal-
ary req's to: Praxair,
Inc. 7301 NW 36th Ave.,
Miami, FL 33147.
An Equal Opportunity
Employer M/F/D/V
PRAXAIR
Making Our Planet More
Productive
PLUMBERS
$18/hr. pd hosp. Clean DL.
HELPERS & TRAINEES.
Earn while learning a trade.
Apply 9020 Cocoa Ave


Great News! We are expanding in
South Georgia, North Jacksonville,
Clay County, St. Augustine and Palm
Coast and we are seeking talented
Team members to Join our dynamic
Jacksonville Team in the following
areas:
Project Coordinator Admin.
Sales Consultants
Marketing Coordinator
Builders
Estimator
Warranty Service Rep

Successful candidates will possess
a stable work history With a focus
on quality and customer service.
Please visit our web site at
www.davidweekleyhomes.com
Rush resume to 407-865-5862
or apply online at
www.workforweekley.com EOE


710 Industrial/
710 Trades

PLUMBER
Commercial new const.
for work in Clay & St.
Johns counties. Top
pay. vac., 401k. health
ins., signing bonus for
lic'd plumbers. Fax
resume 352 377.3204 or
call 352- 377 1009. DFWP

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
New construction &
commercial. DFWP.
Call 384-4604

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
With exp for Immediate
placement. Valid dr. Lic
nec. Great Company,
Great $, & Exc bnfts!
Apply 1445 West
Church St. 598-0417
Drug Free EOE

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
For New Construction
Top pay, bnfts. DFWP
Call 904-387-0176

PLUMBER -SERVICE
for new construction.
Must have valid D/L,
DFWP. 384-4604

PLUMBERS WITH EXPE-
RIENCE EXCELLENT PAY
Call Art 374-5198

PLUMBING TECHNICIAN
for comm'l & resd'l work.
Hard working, dedi-
cated individual. Good
driving record. Apply at
WH Hearn, 518 Steven
St. or fax resume to
904-781-8387 attn Vince.

Hiring Exp. PT Maintenance
$10/hr.
Call 641-5033

PUNCH OUT
SUPERINTENDENT
Quality Control/Punch
Out Technician needed
at production home
builder. Must have
experience with dry-
wall, trim, finish car-
pentry, frame work and
painting. Fax resume to
904-724-9809 or email
hr@sedaconstructlon.com

Rail Crew
needed for Blount island
Vehicle Processor.
Ability to lift 801bs/
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.


ROOFERS
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431

Route Service
Tech.
Filter Change- Out
Will Train/No Sales
Christian Company
No Alcohol /Tobacco
9.50 hr., 40-55 hrs.
Some Travel Rend
Routes, No Sundays
Review /apply online
www.filterpro.com
JOB CODE: JOBS0001

SERVICE TECHS Exp.
only. benefit pkg and
top pay. Must have a
Sood driving record.
ax 904-276-4302 or
Apply at Air-Max
Heating & Cooling, Inc.
316 Parkridge Ave, 0. Pk

Supervisor Trainee
Building Products
Industry seeks an
ambitious, energetic
mechanically Inclined
person for a Manage-
ment Trainee position.
Prefer 2-year degree.
We are an EECC. Drug
free workplace. 4sume01to
insurance, paid holi-
days/vacations. Apply
at Gilman Building
Products, 6640 CR 218,
Maxville, FL or fax
resume (904)289-7736.

TILE SETTER 2yrs exp.ed
Rend resume to Art Tile
Inc. 8228 Newton Rd.
Jax, FL 32216

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wwwbenton-georgia.com
or fax ,resume to
678-303-2602

WAREHOUSE/DRIVER
M-F 8-5 tire supply
co.-drug free full
benefit pk6. apply
at 6731-8 STUART AVE.

WELDER & FABRICATOR-
with field exp needed.
Class B CDL required.
Competitive salary,
local construction Co.
Call 771-2340

WELDER w/Fabrication
exp. Competitive salary
w/bnfts. Apply 1252 W.
Beaver St. 354-4282


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711 Marine
_711 Trade

CREW NEEDED
ABLE SEAMAN & OILER
The OSRV Georgia
Responder is an oil spill
response vessel based
in Savannah, GA. We
are currently looking
for a full time AB &
OILER/QMED. Part time
and response pool
personnel also needed
for all positions. 1600
Ton Masters Oceans to
500 Ton Mates. Chief
Engineers to Oilers
AB's STCW 95 Required
Call 912- 236-13130
0800-1500 M- F for more
information
MARINE WELDERS
Yacht repair facility
specializing in the
repair and refit of
Mega-yachts is look-
ing for experienced
welders. Fitting, fab-
rication and welding
aptitude for various
materials is necessary.
Fax or email resumes to:
954-583-9938 or
employment bradford, marlne.com.
or apply in person at
Bradford Marinq 3051
SR 84, Ft. Lauderdale FL
33312


712 Mechanic
AUTO TECH 5 yrs exp &
tools. Top pay incl
bonus & bnfts days
DFWP. S'side. 260-3438

FORKLIFT MECH.
Exp Forklift Tech.
needed .Tools and
clean driving record
required. Excellent pay
&benefits. Call Mike
904- 693- 9200

GENERAL AUTO TECH
Guaranteed raise for
qualified Techs. Ben-
efits, uniforms, tool
allowance, good envi-
ronment lots of work!
Call now! Jim Logston
783-1760 First Coast
Auto Sales

GENERAL AUTO TECH
$20 25 FR HR, 5 %DAYS
Busy Shop, All Pro 535- 3017


Wouldn't you love to X
work at a company
offering STABILITY,
HEALTHCARE BENEFITS,
VACATION and a GREAT
WORK ENVIRONMENT.
Come join the Jackson-
ville Transportation
Authority as a mechanic.
Two years experience
including air brakes,
hydraulics and electrical
systems servicing vans,
buses or heavy trucks.
Electronics trouble-
shooting, diagnosis and
repair are a plus. Own
tools & a CD license.
Apply 100 N. Myrtle or fax
632-5514.,
EOE M/F/D/V


713 Legals

LEGAL SECRETARY
For senior partner in
small downtown law
firm. experience in real
estate matters/clos-
ings preferred but not
compensation and
benefits commensu-
rate with experience.
Fax resume to Admin-
istrator (904)358-4001.
LEGAL SECRETARY Law
firm seeking exp'd
(3+ years) legal sec'y
for partner CWindows/
Microsoft Word exp.
required. Detail-ori-
ented /multi-tasking a
must.Competitive sal-
ary & benefits. Reply in
confidence:
Administrators
Volpe Bajalia Wickes,
Rogerson, Galloway &
Wachs, 1301 Riverplace
Blvd., Ste 1700,
Jax., FL 32207
fax: 904/355-1797.
PARALEGALfor Mandarin
Law Firm. Real estate
or probate exp req'd.
Please fax resume to
Attn. Dan 904-482-0618
















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management company
in the St.
Aug./Jax./Palm Coast
areas. Must have
HOA/Condo CAM
license. Experience a
plus. Fax resume
904-940-6045.
MANAGER for Aal Industry Apt
Comm. tax credit and
yardi exp preferred.
ax rensumrae wto
904-262-2836

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. In Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610

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715 Management/
715 Professional

Recruiting Manager
experienced with all
phases of Air Terminal
Operations including
passenger service,
aggage and cargo
handing services, and
aircrew member taxi
service. Application
experience with AMC
Instructions is manda-
tory. Send Resume to
thsoo@ths-inc.org.
Salary negotiable
based upon experience.


720 Medical
ADMIN ASST- vet clinic.
Exp. a must. Night .hol,
wkends Intercoastal .
Fax resume 223-3084
AGENCY FOR HEALTH
CARE ADMINISTRATION
Champions accessible,
affordable, quality
health care for all
FIoridians
Position Title:
Registered Nurse
Specialist
Salary: $1,312.98 -
$2,577.24 bi-weekly
Position #: 68026223
Deadline Date: 12/27/05
Requirements/Duties:
Incumbent in this
position will be
responsible for con-
ducting on-site facility
visits to determine
compliance with fed-
eral and state regula-
tions. Extensive travel
is involved. Must pro-
vide own transporta-
tion. Must pass Sur-
veyor Minimum
Qualifications Test.
Please submit a State of
Florida Employment
Application electroni-
cally via the internet at:
https://peoplefirst.myfl
orida.com/logon.htm,
or you may mail or fax
an application to:
People First Service
Center
P.O. Box 44058
Jacksonville, FL 32231
Phone: 1-866-663-4735
Fax: 904/636-2627
CONTACT: Cheryl
Walker 904/359-6046
x 576
SUCCESSFUL COMPLE-
TION OF A CRIMINAL
BACKGROUND INVESTI-
GATION IS A CONDI-
TION OF EMPLOYMENT
AHCA is an Equal
Employment Opportu-
Employer. If you need
an accommodation
because of a disability
n order to participate
in the application
selectionn process,

Preference shall be
given to certain veter-
ans and spouses of
veterans as provided
by Chapter 295, Florida
Statutes.
ARNPorPA- with expe-
rience. Outstanding full
time opportunity-
availabcle in Leading
Primary Care Office.
Clinical practice will
involve both preven-
tative care & acute
visits for diverse
patient base. Flexible
scheduling & full ben-
efit package available.
Fax CV to 722-4271

Beaucler Manor
is looking for special
people to oin our ne

Positions available:
3-11&11-7 RN/LPN
7.3 & 3-11 C.N.A
Staffing Coordinator
(experience a plus)
Floor Technician
We look forward to
meeting you!
Lynn Smith,
Administrator
Jackie Smith,
Director of Nursing
9355 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville, Fl 32257
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Weekend


720 Medical
CNA 5pm-10pm Fl CNA
lic & ref's reqd. Cypress
Village 904-251-4594

for our Research Depart.
Must be exp and orga-
nized. Must have
knowledge of IRB's,
Budgets, Regulatory
Research Is Cardiology
related. F/T. Salary
open. Benefits. Fax
resumes to 904- 493- 6560
FRONT DESK for busy
Orange Park primary
care physician. Must be
multi-task, 3 yrs min
exp in ICD9 & CPT cod-
ing & computer. Fax
resume (904)272 6748
FRONT OFFC SECRETARY
- Sec needed for busy
Physical Therapy
practice in the OP area.
Exp preferred. Fax
resume to 264-6305
IW 9;14 III[,)9 1) La J lq l-,IIjl
F/T Appointment Coor-
dinator with exc. com-
munication skills &
outgoing personality;
Computer literate. San
Jose area. Fax resume
to 904-215-4966
FRONT OFFICE FT
for busy paperless
family practice. Com-
puter & Insurance
knowledge preferred.
ICW area. Salary based
on exp. Benefits. Fax
resume to 998-9614
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Full time needed for
busy Northside Family
Practice office. Previ-
ous Experience
required. Days and
some evening hours
required. Fax resume to
757-0107

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
MED. RECEPTIONIST
Full Time for Orange Park
dermatology office.
Good benefits. Please fax
resume to 904. 41.0316

I 1 i r t-.1 1 -I1- t171 ln
$75-$100K .
Ph 739-2884; Fax 285-1707


723 Dental
DENTAL ASSISTANT
Min 3yrs chairside exp
req. FT fax resume to:

DENTAL ASST/EDA. min
2yrs exp. High energy +
focus= great benefits.
Flem in appli Dr. Standish
fax 278-9292
DENTAL HYGIENIST
Unusual opportunity our
hygienist is moving
after 10 years, FT at
least 3-5 years exp
necessary. Call
636-0000 or fax resume
to 636-0710
New Perlo office in O.P.
PTevens., sat. all
positions. 535-3533
ORTHODONTIC TECH
w/2 years experience.
in wire 716-8975

724 Education


Adjunct Inst w/ret bene-



& Psych.Must have
Masters deg w/18 sem.
hrs. in applied discipline.

at 779-2344.
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h o Clreril
ADMIN ASST- start g
$7.25 hr, typing, 10 key,
math experience M-F,
FT Call 354-4508
ANSWER PHONES
FT Clerical Position
M-F 8:30am-srpm
Entry level position
Starts at $7/ per hr.
San Marco area.
Fax Resume 306-9005
ASST/RECEPT FT, Down-
town Fe.rnandina.
Computer literate,
Mon.-Fri. 8-5. Fax
resume 904-491-4992 .
CUSTOMER SERVICE/
SERVICE DEPT.
FT. Baymeadows area.
Fax 737 3898 or e-mail
info@xerographicsupply.com


If you're seeking a
career opportunity look
no further
Horizon Medical Group
offers a management-
training program for
motivated, hard work-
ing individuals. We are
looking for a FT, highly
motivated front office
person for our St.
Augustine center, to
handle pt. intake, answer
phones, insurance
verification & filing.
Position offers a
competitive bonus
program! Energetic,
customer service
oriented individuals
need only apply.
Fax resume 904-819-0299
Attn: Recep. or e-mail:
StAugustine@
horizon-medical.com
RECEPTIONIST FT/PT
For busy W'side tax
office. Office exp. a
plus. Fax resume to
693-3373; Ph. 781-1040

Professional/
730 Personal
Services

ASSIST MGR/ STYLISTS
Riverside salon 400+
customers per wk, now
hiring FT/PT salary
+incentives call
403-7109
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732 Computer
732 Technology

PLC-HMI Programmer /
Technician
The primary function of
the technician is to
provide support for any
controls application
which includes all plant
PLC's and work sta-
tions in the plant as
well as assisting with
planning and specify-
ing equipment for
projects. This position
requires the technician
to communicate with
all levels of personnel
within the plant
(Management, Opera-
tions, Maintenance)
corporate personnel,
contractors as well as
equipment vendors.
The TIechnician must be
able to effectively
communicate regard-
ing issues, describing
equipment or pro-
cesses, and instructing
employees.
The Technicians skill
level will need to
include knowledge and
understanding of most
skills required for an
Electrician (utilization
of measuring equip-
ment volt/ohm meter,
install/maintain elec-
tric motors, working
knowledge of wiring
diagrams, familiar with
national electric codes,
familiar with substa-
tion circuit breakers) as
well as very specific
process control and
process control equip-
ment (replace and
program micropro-
cessor based drives,
repair/maintain PC
hardware devices
adjust/tune control
loops, set up/calibrate
control devices, trouble
shoot/modify PLC pro-
grams and hardware,
trouble shoot
/modify/build HMI
graphics screens and
alarms).
The Technician must
have a positive safety
awareness have the
ability to learn and
practice all applicable
plant and departmen-
tal safety rules, and all
job specific safety rules
and procedures.
Required Skills
"PLC programming
(relay Ladder Logic,
Statement List,
Sequential Function
Charts, Continuous
Function Charts)
Allen Bradley preferred.
"HMiI programming
BartWonderw, Waitstaffpre-
ferred)
*PROFl BUS/FIELD BUS
experience
Discrete and analog
sensor experience
.Microprocessor based
drives (ABB preferred)
ystern/]oop/tunIng
icrosoft Windows
(NT/2000/XP)
-Microsoft Office
'Electrician skills (utili-
zation of measuring
equipment volt/ohm
meter, install/maintain
electric motors, work-
ing knowledge of wir-
ing diagrams familiar
with national electric
codes, familiar with
substation circuit
breakers)

Siont Restaurants/
*7 H e Hotels

ARBY'S new Southside
location, St John's
Town Ctr Immed. hir-
ing/training. All shifts,
all positions. F/T P/T
Flex schedule. Apply on
site or call 962-2729.

Bartenders, Waitstaff &
Cook needed.
Apply Iin person

Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301
COOK prolinee) & EXP.
WAITSTAFF- for new
pizza Grill. Apply TIs
445 SR 13 Suite 11
COOK-O.P. Breakfast &
Lunch 25-30 hrs.
904-388-6883 Iv msg
DANCERS, BARTENDERS,
SERVERS, SECURITY
Call 3840870
DANCERS, DOORSTAFF, &
BARTENDERS NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Biggest showbars in Jax!
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
CROSSROADS SHOWBAR
247-4322
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DESK CLERK, RELIEF NIGHT
AUDITOR & MAINTE-
NANCE- needed. Apply in
person Amerisuites 10-3
8277 Western Way Circle

GATORS DOCKSIDE
Is opening a new loca-
tion at Oakleaf Plan-
tation. Seeking man-
ager w/2 or more years
exp. Fax resume to
904-777-2226 or email
jacksonville~gatorsdockside.com

GATORS DOCKSIDE
now staffing cooks,
servers, hostesses.
Apply within 103rd Street
& Baymeadows
LOOP PIZZA GRILL
8221 Southslde Blvd.
(Corner of Baymead-
ows & Southside) Exp'd
grill pizza cook/
counter person, FT Days.
S8-$9.50 depending on exp.
Apply in person.

PARADISE ISLAND
DANCERS NEEDED
Call 998.3111 after 6 PM
The Best Western Hotel
















641.5033


737 Real Estate

Real Estate Agents
Progressive thinking
Realtors needed in
Duval, Nassau, St.
Johns, and Clay
Counties.
Hundreds of new
buyers, builder leads,
and "multiple
listed" sellers supplied
every month.
We are the only real
estate company autho-
rized to work with
BUY OWNER.
Fax resumes toll free
to George Ide at
1-800-961-2294 or
email to
george.ide@mlsrealty.com
CLOSER/PROCESSOR
Exp'd for Growing Title
Co. Multiple locations.
Fax res (904)- 278.2511.


740 Retail
SALES PERSON P/T
for Florida Backyard
Fleming Island location.
Great retail hours and
flexible schedule.
Retail exp. pref'd.
Apply at 3555 Hwy 17.


745 sales

$60,000 YEAR +
well established BHPH
dealership seeks 2
highly motivated sales
professionals. Call Mike
Today at 695-9595
AUTO SALES
Growing Clay Cty dealer
seeking person with
secondary knowledge
& mgmt skills. Great
hours & pay plan. Call
904- 813-1239
INSIDE SALES- FT & PT
e-mail resume to
saguessfcomcast.net



Bring us your sales
experience & energetic,
out-going personality
and we will train you to
be a Top Medical Sales
Professional!
Horizon Medical Group is
one of the largest
Imaging Companies
nationwide & we are
currently hiring a sales
rep for our St. Augustine
location Only upbeat,.
motivated individuals
need apply. Thisis the
best career move you
will ever make if you
are a dynamic sales
professional! Exc.
Benefits and Stock
Ownership. Base salary
in the low 30's w/ an
aggressive monthly
bonus program. Car
Allowance and Cell
Phone provided.
The job is open and we
are ready to train.
Fax resume
ATTN: St. Augustine at
(941) 925-4914,
or email: aherbstg
horizon- medicaLhcom.
www.horizon-medical.com
ROUTE SALES REP
Exp'd, retail direct store
delivery for national
consumer product
company in Jax area.
Fax 866r2115459; mail


Energetic & self-moti-
vating. Great oppt'y for
right person. Bnfts.
Apply Long's Whole-
sale Furn, 6569 103rd St.














info@com Techtinnning.cal/m
CIVIL CADD
DESIGNER/DRAFTER
for p rod. homebuilder in
Palm Coast w/3 5 yrs.


(latest versions) req' d
Exc. oppt'y, comp. &
b755fts. for self-motiu

jobs@seagatehomes.com.
Fax:386-246-6152
EOE/M/F/D/V/DFWP
Environmental Engineer
Petroleum (POL exp.


Fax resumes to
1.904.270-1466. email
mvsnydern3fdn.com
NETWORK CABLE INSTALLERS
Exp w/Cat5E cable
hoallation/testing.
Fax or Email resume
to 645-9058
infotraommuicationplanning.com
Tel 64519077

TRAINEES WANTED
aircraft maintenance
trainees.. No exp. req'd.
Placement guaranteed.
We'll pay you while you
learn. ge 17-34Prk areasth
H.S. diploma Paid
relocation.
1-800-342-8123 (FL)
1-800-843-2189 (GA/SC)

752 Warehouse

WAREHOUSE/COUNTER
POSITION HS grad or
higher. Great opptys for
rapid advancement.
904 2Dave 904-356-7174
WARHOUSE- FL DL
required Starting @


755 Miscellaneous

13yr old co. member of
BBB seeking serious
home workers. Call
Ivonne at 573-8602

ADMIN ASST- vet clinic.
Exp. a must. Night .hol,
wkends Intercoastal.









Ask about the

aon our 1 week22 4










SUPERVISORS, & DETAIL


CARPENTRY HELPERS
Basic carpentry skills a
must. Transp a must.
Call 9am-3pm 704-8703
DRY CLEANERS- EXP'D
PRESSER Baymeadows
Call 641-5991

Home Cleaners
$200 $400/Wk
Part Time/Full Time
(after 4 weeks)
* Perm & Temp positions
Work near home
* Flexible daytime sched.
Must have car
Arl/S'side 425- 3085
Beaches 242.8235
Mand/Wside 731-7453
HOUSE CLEANING
Start $8hr. Transp req'd.
S'slde/Beachs area.
Pd vacation No wkends.
Call 642-8885
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
INSTALLER TRAINEES
Batts & Blown, Exp
is a plusl FL drivers lic
req'd. FT; great bnfts.
2800 Clydo Rd. 733-9188
KENNEL ASSISTANT Busy
Southside Miramar
Animal Hospital 4448 hen-
dricks Ave Suite 1 737-0403
Pro Audio & Video
Installation Tech PT, Exp
of projection, plasma &
pro. sound req. 645-7880
Em: dhayslip@)ssav.net


755 Miscellaneous

SunCruz Casino Hiring
MARINE CREW
LIC'D ENGINEER
ALL OTHER POSITIONS
Apply 4378 Ocean Street
Mayport Fl 32233or
Fax resume 904-270-2797

TEACHERS/AIDES
PT/FT for award winning
child care ctr. Exc pay
& wrkng cond. 30/10
req'd, CDA pref'd. Also
need Spanish teacher
Call 646-9596


760 Part-Time
PT CLEANING
Evenings, Mon-Fri, 6-10
or 7-11. 305-3150


Child
830 Care

CHILDCARE Now Enrolling
Infants to age 12, 24 hrs/
7 days vouchers
accepted. Westside off
Normandy 904-786.9798

4. INFANT TODDLER
HOME CHILD CARE.
i Licensed, insured,
conveniently
located across from
NAS JAX. Call Ana for
appt. 573-0879

4, Licensed Childcare
S Excellent pre-
QI1school program
ages 2,5- 6yrs,
parent's night ser-
vices also 221-5972

MATURE LADY to for-
ward to watching your
child, very low rates,
hot meals. From 5am -
7pm. 260-6155

8C.2 Health/
62- Beauty

Independent Herbalife
Distributor
(904)771-2556 Iv. msg.
Kie2Success@hotmail.com


894 Massage

Absolutely Heaven 4-
-0 Massage by Angels
Great Christmas Gift.
In/out, all areas MM16389
1975 Wells Rd. OP. 272-9115








Merchandise

902 Appliances
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922Collectablesand
Jewelry
92S Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
.935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wantedto Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques

ANTIQUE OAK ROCKER
from NC. Santa would
love. $325. 737-7434

& ANTIQUE WASH
stand, marble top and
Itl backsplash, walnut
w/burled walnut on
drawer and doors. Excel-
lent condition, $375.
904-725-0009

JUKE BOX Rockola Prin-
cess from the 50's.
Beautiful, $1500. Barber
chair, very nice, $500;
Accordion Brilinante"
nice, red & wht, $195; &
Star Wars Collectibles
In pkg 874-1990


902 Appliances
Bisq. Cer. Cook Top Rng
$130; Misc ceiling fans,
Vert. Blinds, 376-5069

DISHWASHER Kenmore
hi capacity portable,
butcher block top, like
new $225 874-1990
FRIG -brand new
Whirlpool, SS, side/side,
mod GS2SHEXML $800
626-1810

4. GE-500
Dishwasher white
obo, 269.1478
4, Kenmore washer &
Sdryer, excellent
1 cond. $150.
786 1767

4 Maytag Harvest
Gold washer/dryer.
4 .Excellent condi-
tion. Low usage,
$375, 264-2973

TOASTER OVEN black
and decker toast,
< bake, broil, timer,
large capacity. 10
inches deep. Outstanding
cond, $22.268-2482

WASHER/ DRYER
Kenmore. Irg works
great $200obo 551-3628

Washer & Dryer, Exc.
cond., super capacity
$200 both 398 3001

905 Articles
'y For Sale

S1/3 SOUTARE
| Diamond
gold. size 7 paid,
$1000, will sacri-
fice for $600 call
491- 7996 while It lasts!

46"Magnavox big screen
works great, great
picture! $350. 880-3334

5x8 Thomasvllle
| Bogart wool rug
l/brown & tan Call.
~779-0503

S8ft POOL TABLE
| $500 obo. air
hockey table, $75,
both great condi-
tion. CallLauren 1
614.6820/632-0077

20 Gallon Fish Tank
With stand and
accessories $50
OBO 287-4159

A to Z You save up to
90% on everything nowl
358-2265 259-2292

Bikes: F 3 speed, M 10
speed, Small computer
desk $20ea. 772-7163

4, Calaway Gold Ladles
Golf Clubs-like new
irons 2 through wedge
$150. Call 215-2148


CONTENTS OF HOME
Furniture set, sectional,
washer, dryer, fridge,
big scrn & 36" TV, more.
Can deliver. Call
912 276-4474

4, Craftsman Radial
Arm Saw-2 HP
, 100, Table saw
100, boys dresser
$35. Women's motor-
cycle jacket size 8 $25
993-8281

Crib, Graco 3 In 1
1 sleep system
S includes Evenflo
mattress and
accessories excellent
condition $120 080
912-882.1052

CRIBS -furnishings &
misc Items. Reas.
prices. 641-9011,

CRIMINAL JUSTICE/
criminology books for
ilsale, substanslve
criminal law, CRM 321
brand new books cheaply
Call 220-4577
CRIMINOLOGY BOOKS
cheap! Terrorism CRM
332 organized crime
CRM 330 Juvenllle
Justice CRM 370. Call
612-9998


650,620




Hours



Besides protecting our country, military


personnel stationed in our communities


donated 650,620 hours of volunteer


service in Northeast Florida and


Southeast Georgia last year. Their time


was given to community organizations,


church groups,.youth activities, scouting


and more.




Thank you!



m.xNws Mirror Periscope.










905 Articles
A For Sale

Do You Have a Pool?
Are you going to
build one?
If the answer is yes,
please read this ad
carefully. I have all
the necessary pool
equipment you need.
Filter pump, lights,
vacuum, heater and
state of the art con-
trol that will allow
you to operate the
pool from inside the
house. If you already
have a pool and the
water is to cold or to
hot I have a heater
/chiller that will solve
the problem and put
the water at a per-
fect temperature. All I
equipment is brand
new, never used. is
still in boxes. Make a
descent offer and it's
yours. For more info
call me.(904)315 4019.
SAsk for Luis-. |

3, Eddie Bauer Carseat
/Stroller combo
Beautiful, great
conditiodition paid $300
asking $150 firm. Please
call 729-9033
4, Folding Stairway
8'5" Pine, $55, fuse
L box main and 40
breakers square D
steel grey $100 384- 7909
4, For Sale
Med Parka (seal-
skin) from Alaska
$125.00, color
monitor 15" $20,TV 25"
color-$35, chest
freezer-$75, call
904-724-3650
AL For Sale
Treadmill $25.00,
M leaf mulcher
$17.50. 772-6724.
GAS BBQ GRILL
New Aussie Por-
table Propane
S Travel Grill, Never
Used, $75. 904-695-1919
GONE WITH THE WIND
I collector plates, cer-
iltiffied w/ original
P boxes. Collector mugs
& other items. 278-6251
4i, GREAT GIFTS!
New HP Deskjet
S 3915 Printer
Linksys "B" Rauter
+ USB Adapter.
Visioneer Scanner,
Great condition, call
Rhonda, 403-4822 in O.P
4, Kenmore tcf chest
freezer $30, Ken-
more microwave,
$25, coffee table,
rocker large sofa chair,
$20 each. 607-5304
after 5pm.
4. Kenmore Refrigerator
S18cu. Icemaker
SIn#175,GE-500 Dish-
washer $75,GE Elec-
tric Coil Range,self-clean-
ingwhite $150 excellent
condition 269-1478.
4 LADIES LEATHER
coat handbag size
f o 12,$100, suede
jacket sz 13, $55,
girl's sz 10 eanacket,
$20.384-7809
LITTLE TIKE PLAY HOUSE
& convertible push car,
rocking horse, play pen,
car seat, Toy box, riding
trucks, lawn mower,
basketball goal, exc for
Christmas. 221-3061
4. MED PARKA
I (seal skin) from
| Alaska, $125, color
monitor 15' $20, TV
25' color, $35, chest
freezer, $75, Call after
10am 904- 724- 3650
Men's Black Leather
SCowboy Boots Never
<1 worn. Size 12, $50.
Call 912-576-.3130
METAL CABINET, per-
Ssonal organizer, top
fileie drawer and bot-
tom storage, lockable,
excel cond. $25. 268-2482
Mink Coat 3/4 length, sz
14 Bargain worn 3
times.$850firm276-2070
MOVING SALE: Broyhill
sofa & loveseat; dining
table w/4 chrs; 2 tod-
dler beds w/mattress;
wooden train station
w/lights, sound; wood
en blocks tbl w/3 chrs;
treadmill; 538-9693
NAVY OFFICER
sword & scabbard,
b like new, $200.
264,6364
SOak Table & Hutch
With six chairs.
tt Double pedestal
excellent condi-
tion $1000 262-1290
after 5:30
PLAYHOUSE Custom bit
$700; riding mower,
runs great, $250; 7 pc
futon set $200. Must
sell now! 904-230-0235
Pool-15' above ground,
Pumpsequip, storage
unit. $500. 563-1884
SPOOL TABLE
sticks, chalk. 8ft
1 long, excellent
condition, one
year, new, $150 obo,
Amelia Island, private
development, 491-7996
POWER HOUSE BENCH
flex, knee, weight set,
I excellent condition,
paid, $325, asking $100
obo. Call 491-7996
POWER HOUSE
bench, flex, knee,
S weight set, excel-
lent condition, paid
$325, asking $100, obo.
Call 491-7996
4 PRESSURE
TREATED
1 wooden swingset
w/2 swings, rings
and extra baby
swing$50. Call 882-6209
PS2,3 CONTROLLERS
15 ft extension multi-
ltap 9 games and
memory card all for
$275,612-9998
4 Radio Controlled
SFirebird XL elec plane,
1 new fuselage & radio,
extra batteryHow to
video, $75.00, 269.1478
before 8pm.
., RIDING LAWN .
I Mower & Trailer
I j14'x6' tilts, 12 HP, 38"
cut MTD Yardman
Orange Park.
904.272-7352
4, Samsonite 4 wheeled
. suitcases Burgundy,
Vl/two available, great
--condition! Each side
has snap-in cover to
separate $30 912- 673 -6310
4, SCOOTER 2 WHEEL
/ folds flat $20, Tyco
I B RC remote control
Dragonfly Flips,
turns, transforms,
excellent condition.
$40. 641-5059
4, TRAMPOUNE
w/enclosure. only
one year old, $150.
61486820 or 632-0077
4 Twin Bed
I w/Mattress
V jBox springs, maple,
refinished head-
board, footboard $75
223-8553
4, Whirlpool Heavy
ST Duty Washer &
l Dryer
In good condition
$175 obo. Impulse
Treadmill, Cadence
electric meter, $100
OBO. Call 909.6024 Iv
msg


915 Building
Supplies
4, Laminate Flooring,
Slight cherry, 150sf
SIwith matt, good for
small room $120
obo. 287-4159

917 Buildings
917 For Sale

METAL BUILDING Pre-
Engineered, 100X100,
clear span, 21 eave ht,
roof system only, ready to
move wil load, $15,000
Ph 268-5833 Iv msg

920 Business/
2 Office

Office Closing: furniture.
equipment & supplies.
Call 288-7373

Restaurant Equip. used,
booths, fryers stoves,
hot buffet tables, ss
sinks & tops, oven
hoods. Call Rick
904-710-8421
Workstation / Cubicles
ONLY $595
Herman Miller 8' x 8'
-With Pedestal & Overhea(.
Gator Office Fumiturt.
(904) 724-6400


922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

.50 CTTW
DIAMOND SINGLE
STUD, $700,
S1.0 cttwpair
diamond stud
earrings, $1400,
.50 cttw princess cut
solitaire eng. ring $600,
4mm plain platinum
band, $275. .25 cttw
princess style platinum
diamond band, $450.
PRICES NEGOTIABLE,
ALL NEW JEWELRY,
NEVER WORN
912. 227 0907
Dale Earnhardt
Monopoly game
S $25.,car flag $5.
Call 779-0503
DAN MARINO SIGNED
-Memorabilia & Dol-
phins memorabilia.
lease Call 291-4378
DiamRing 1.81CT Round,
clarity 1.2, color H, app
$6900 sell 0 007599552
GOLD 1/3 CARET
solitare, size 7,
excellent condi-
tion, papers,
bought from Zales,
must sell, $600, paid
$925,491. 7996
HELMET (full size) and
Jersey Auto raph col-
lection. Manning,
Marino, Montana.
Brady, and many morel
All 100% authentic with
certificate a n d r e a I
glass Steiner display
cases. Also have
extensive mini helmet
collection & basketball.
Selling 15yr. collection.
$200 each obo. Call
Stan 904-289-4500
ROLEX DAYTONA S & G
New $12,400. For $9.900
Box & papers. 307-5762
Stamps-10 sheets, Elvis
stamps, released '92.
$100 sheet. 259-1369
WANTED -Man's 1982
(Lee) Class Ring.
Call 783-9599
WEDDING RINGS -3pc
set, new, wedding
cancelled, $3800 appr.
Sacrifice $2700 obo.
541-0787 / 248-2434

925 Computers
LAPTOP -Dell P 3, like
new, loaded internet
ready, $450 610-4979

928 Electronics
& 601n ZENITH TV
picture inpicture,.
|beautiful, $700 obi.
904372- 9094,
noon- 8pm
Car Subwoofer and
Amp 10" sub in
t detube. No box
needed. Crossfire
70Wx2 amp. Excellent
condition.$95. 882-5267
NINTENDO DS portable
game s system
w/metroid game, 2 to
sell. $90 ea 55-7787
4, SPEAKER PAIR
BOSE 501 $100
t 262- 5977
TV-51" Panasonic,
Projection. Exc cond.
$400 Call 891-3774
TV'S -32" Phillips, 24"
Toshiba, both w/dvd
player & stand 652-4837
935 Fruits/
93 Vegetables

FRESH Shelled Peas &
Butterbeans, blanched
& frozen, 10lb. bags.
$18.00. Other veggie's
avail. Place your order
now forpickup on
Dec. 16th& 17th.
Wainwright Frams
904-9647835

M940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

FIRE WOOD FOR SALE
Will delivery. Half cords
& cords. 904-424-6661

945 Garage
Sales

Argyle Mutli Family Sale
Sat. 8-1. in Lakeview @
8540 Staplehurst Dr. W.
ARL Fri & Sat 12/16-17
furn toys, H'wares,
jewelry gifts and more.
3374 Shauna Oaks Dr.
ARL-Moving Sale. Exer
Equip, elect keyboard.
Lots of great stuff. Fri &
Sat 8-1. No early birds
please.10914 Heathfield Rd.
ARL Sat 8-3 7307 Maple
Tree dr. lots of Infant &
toddler toys & clothes.
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
Vendor Spaces Starting
@ $7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
BLUE LIGHT
LIQUIDATION SALE
-Everything must go, 5731
Commonwealth. New small
motorcycles, furn, ranges,
frig, BR, riding lawn mower,
+ alot more. 12/17/05,
9am-5p
W'SIDE Fri/Sat 12/16-17
9-5 8997 Country Mill
Ln. Misc items.

950 Garden!
Lawn

SRiding lawn mower &
trailer 12HP 38" cut 4x4
| trailer,tilts. $650.
Orange Park 272. 7352
955 Household
9 Furniture

AIRBED $ A Comfort type
Bed A Brand Name
Queen Pillow Top matt.
set new w/warr. Sac
$170. Can del. 858-9350
Bed Brand new King
mattress set w/warr.
Must sell $165. Can
deliver. 398-5200
Bed -Full mattress & box
set new in plastic $110.
Can deliver. 391-0015
Bed Beautiful temp-
pedic meai. foam matt
w/hO yr warr. $299. Can
deliver. 904-858-9350
4. Antique Victorian
T Couch
In good condition,
dark mahogany,
light natural cloth.
asking $200. Call
777-8120 Iv msg
BDRM- A- BARGAIN MAT
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $99 King $140
Mem, Foam From $250
(904) 674.0405
Bed, CLOSEOUTS
All sizes $70-$250
Memory Foam's tool
warranty 334-8573
BED -A Queen Ortoho-
pedic matt. set, new
w/warr. $109. Can
deliver. 904-398-5200 .
4, BED' CHILD'S OAK
| twin captain's bed, 3
%1 drawer storage. $185.
4 piece bedroom set,
full queen $200. 771-1167
Bed-girls, Qn, matching
dresser w/mirror $400.
Qn size mattress $150
comer desk $50 382-5364
BED -qn, 4 poster, cherry
trad, $1200. triple
dresser, cherry trad,
Georgian Ct. $1000
C/Frnch sofa tbI $150
ALL Ethan Allen 940-5393


SBedroom 4Pc Set $291
I ck* A Discount! I
10-50% OFF!
3 PC Queen Bed $124
5 P Oak Dinette 19






BEDRO GIRLS white.


Bassett wall unit, con-
sist of dresseChair w/hutch

4, BEDROOM SET
Rm 18Pcherry wood
4 Drposter bed, high-
boy dresser w/
BEDROOM GIRLS whiteT
tw n bcherryds w/hood




maposter bednig ht stand
sist of dresser w/huth,
dw/mirror and nightke
newsstand. $90090230. Call2909
4, BEDROOM SUITE




White headboard
o dresser. 2 night/
mirr standsght stand,
$900see, $550. c3748all899

912729way dresser1224


912. 729- 1224


955 Household
Furniture

BED SET -California, kng
sz, $700 as is .must go.
307-7321
BOX & MATTRESS SET
Qn Size. Pillow Top In
Plastic $170 (904) 674 0405
4 BOX SPRINGS
S for single bed, like
new, reasonable offer.
317.6618. See at 9380
103rd Lot 10, DeerPointe
Community
BR SET-Qn,5pc, wood.
Pd $6K exc cond $2300
887- 7519 Pix/info:
livingstoncpa.com\ad
CAPTAIN'S QN BED
SDresser, nightstand.
Sheadboard, footboard,
railing, Simmons
mattress, medium oak,
excellent condition, paid
$2700, asking $900. 491- 7996
4, CAPTAIN'S QUEEN
bed, dresser, night
stand, head board,
footboard, railing,
Simmons mattress,
medium oak, excellent
condition, paid $2200
asking $900. 491- 7996
4, Carpet-New, ivory
Slush 7,/x12' $80;
w|1 lounge chairs with
Cushions $20; sump
pumrn. New $70.
276-,3584
COMFORTER
D QUEEN SIZE
w/2 bedskirts and
shams, 2 custom
made cornice boards,
call before 8:00pt,
269-1478, $60
4, COMPUTER DESK
SL-shape oak with 6
Drawers, $175. Oak
coffee table, 450,
Boys dresser, $35.
993-8281
Couch- Excellent
S condition, beige
Sw/burgandy floral
print. Priced to sell.
$150080.264- 3486
228-1095
Cream 3 pc L/R 3 tables
& 8x10 carpet, tan 3 pc
sleeper sofa w/ 2
recliners take all for
$2000, very clean/mint
cond 287-3795
,h CURIO CABINET
Beautiful Cherry
wood, great price
$100. Call Inger
645-8725
DIning Rm Table-cherry
w/8 chairs.Fabric seats.
Marble top side board &
mirror, lyr old.Paid
$4200. $2k obo.928-4424
SDININGROOM SET
cherry wood table,
k w/ leaf and china
cabinet, $900. Call
904-374-8899
DINING ROOM SUITE 12pc
Irg walnut, Sacrifice
$1800obo. 744-4213. For
pix's email: jimemac@
clearwire.net or call
DR Set complete w/6
chairs, tbl, leaf,lighted
china hutch,$600 .Kitch
tbil round, pedestal
mounted,oak,4chrs
$125 obo. 268-3879
DR set for the Holidays
Dark cherry table, leaf,
pads, 6 chairs. 2pc
hutch, liquor cabinet.
$1300. 904-264-2462
FURN -Girls bunkbeds,
dresser, night stands,
matter, $500. lyr RTGO,
ofc desk hutch $200
904-535-9292
HOUSE FULL FURN.
Everything must go.
Cheap! 387-0272 Iv msg
SKENMORE S CF
chest freezer, $30.
S Kenmore Micro-
wave, $25. Coffee
table, rocker, large sofa
chair', $20 each 607-5304
after 5pm
King Bdrm set w/
dresser/ mirror chest
2 nightstands, hdbrd/
ftbrd It wood finish only
$400;futonother chests,
patio furniture $25 to
50. Call 904-535-9410,
Nth St.Johns Co. ,
ee MEN'S LEATHER
/. Jacket size 36, HIP
x | e Length, $55. Zenith
S 17", color TV with
antenna. $45. 384-7809
4, Moving. Four post bed
frame $100. welder
kit gym $50.Dresser $30.
Call 908-4830
MOVING-gated com-
munity call for list
732-2387 or 534-4813
MOVING MUST SELL
-custom sectional, 2yrs
old,pd $9500 new,
sacrifice $1500 obo.
735-7515
4, Oak Curio Cabinet
| Four adjustable
Shelves, plate
Soigrooves, lit from top.
Solidoak desk, remov-
able hutch. Call
912-673-6310
OAK ENTERTAINMENT
CTR 2 pc lighted, glass
inlay $400firm 743-6132
4 OAK TABLE with 4
chairs 48" diam w/
I24" extension per-
fect cond. $435
2646364
4 QUEEN BDRM SET,
I dresser w/mirror,
kL two nightstands,
mens dresser,
headboard. Paid $1000.
Asking $400, obo. Ask
for Gary 772-1047
4 ROLL AWAY BED
SSingle $25 cook-
1 ing rack $25, bath-
room shelving $10,
set of lamps 1 floor, 1
table, both for $50. Call
904-724-3650
4, Sectional Sofa
.| burgundy velour
SI w/ sofabed and
recliner paid $1400
asking $250. Kingsize
waterbed w/ head-
board, $75. 603-5304
after 5 pm.
4 SECTIONAL SOFA
Burgundy velour,
Q |. w/sofa bed and
recliner paid $1400
asking $250. Kingsize
waterbed w/head-
board, $75. 603.5304
after 5pm
4, Section Recllner
|chairs(2) set w/cor-
ner table,green pat-
tern.good shape $350
Call 215-9505 leave msg.
4 SINGLE BED, $75.
904-607-5304
after 5pm
4 SINGLE BED
$75, 607-5304, after

4, SLEEPER SOFA,
1 Hunter Green Sealy
I | Posture Matress
w/2 pillows, $180.
Children's DVDs $10
Each. 641-5059
4, SOFA, BEAUTIFUL
I chair, neutral color
1 ,. like new must,
pick-up cash, $250.
Please call "Von" 859- 7117,
excellent condition.
4, SOFA, BEAUTIFUL
/ | chair, neutral color
V I f' like new must,
pick-up cash, $250.
Please call "Von" 859-7117,
excellent condition.
Sofa 87" like new.plum
color $180. Dining table
glass top pedestal base
& 4 chrs $125. 642-9511
4 SOFA HIDE AWAY
bed, pastel, misc
l decor items,
imatress, box
spring. Call
912-729.1224
4, Twin Mattress $15
/ Pet taxi $15; Golf
I |clubs and bags $20;
Car stereo amp/
subwoofer $95. Call
882-5267

960 Machinery
J U & Tools


4 CRAFTMAN DRILL
PRESS
$150 obo, two new 30
gal water heaters,
$100 ea, airplane extra
heavy duty, jack stands,
$60. 246- 4461

965 Medical
ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR
Hardly used, $3500 firm
all 273- 0304
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
Baldwin Acrosovic
Piano with bench seat
mas Lik904-e 993-3e new185 $2000
OBO.
s Baldwin Acrosovic
T Piano with bench seat
tL 904-993-3185
DRUM SET for Christ-
mas! Like new 5 piece
set (blue) with cym-
bals, throne and hard-
ware.$200 obo, E. Arl
area, 645-0579.
KEYBOARD Rhodes, plays
great, weighted keys
200; Fender Strat, like
new.vvith amp $200;
Fend'er bass w/amp
$225; 912-276-4474


Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
P.A. Syst-JBL Eon Series
2 Power15 spkrs w/
locking stands, IPower
10 monitor, Eon Music
mix 10,2 mic's, 1 stand .
$1200 obo. 762-1168
PIANO Alesisdg 8 Digital ,
88 weighted action
w/sound card, like new
$1500. Call 731-4013
PIANO -Baldwin console,
trad. cherry w/heater,
$1500 940-5393
PIANO console, w/bench
like new, recently tuned
$750. Call 860-1676
PIANO LESSONS
Great gift idea,
quality instruction.
Prof teacher. All ages,
Military discount
912-882-1942
PIANO Wurlitzer Upright
Can help deliver $275.
861-8032/696-3905
PIANO Wurlitzer
Excellent condition
874-6102/874-1795

980 Sporting

4, 4 Sale Great XMAS Gift
S 2100 Eclipse Elliptical
S| Trainer, New $46Q, will
sell for $225 obo. Call
912- 674- 2469
4, BICYCLE FOLDING
SDahon Mariner,
OB 6-speed, used one
time, $200, 264-6364
4. Bowflex XTL w/lat
Sulldown $250. Call
Cal912-510-9994. Good
rCond
GOLF CLUBS
Top flight irons
3-SW $150 1,3,7
woods masterfit
$150, powerbuilt, driv-
ers 1,3,5 woods $120.
904-269.2192
HOME GYM Body Solid,
like new, multiple sta-
tions, pd $1200; $500
OBO call 273-2909
SImpex Power station
TC 3000 asking $65.00
l OBO. Elliptical
machine model
EE220 asking $70. OBO
Call 912-322-2881 for info.
KAYAK 4yrs old, helmet
& paddles, orig $800;
sell $350 firm, 743-6132
, Nordic Trac
like new $295.
S Great Xmas Gift.
771-0249.
POLARIS '05 Sportsman
500HO brand new, 20
mi, must sell, $6000 obo
333-3856
POOL TABLE -1.5" slate,
reg size, great price!
260-9189 866-2432
POOL TABLE 7' KASSON
w/prem. kit, lyrs old,
$1000. 904 472-3347
POOL TABLE 8ft..
Olhausen, mint cond, 6
cues, all access., + wall
mounted rack and Ping
pong tbi top. $2650. Incl
professional moving &
setup 904-285-9616
POOL TABLE
bar style 7 ft good
I felt, accessories
included, good
condition $'S00obo
375 )30u9
POOL TABLE cus .-
Dulh .-,q \g I v ia e?.X
cona. t ail rack &
access $1200c3l,.-156
Pool Tables $1595
Sc.l.d Mapl- r v lSte
Nv1 I 2 Price 334 6573
a... .'.. rw.:.3> .l3D .ar,3:" ,':.ir,
h PROFORM CROSS
| ir a.n-r 0": ,.:1.. mirn
e .' L I] '1;'

Scooter Eletir.c Scoot &
Go Lwie nek. seat
neadihghts [urn s.-
nals. norn accs rea.
Call 751 6513
TREADMILL Fitness Pro
Ec conrd ali options.
Pas, stoarae ~,. ,00D-
904 256 56%2,22;80J34
,. ULTIMATE
/ BOWFLEX
lwexUra 10010s Leg
Ext.. Lat Raise
Souat Rack. Boadle
Mat.Rerail $2300. Sell
11200 Call 70 e 04.42
AL Welder Home Gym
Excellent c'.no. Still
t1 under wraranr,
S300 OOO
904 714-2166

985 Trailers
UTILITY TRLR 12X6 1L10i
axles. let down gate.
less than 2 yrs Ola. rew
tire S600912 27&0713
9 0 Wanled To
90 Bu) Or Trade

BOY SCOUT ITEMS
WANTED. 866-626-4661
,. /. D,, ,--. ,::,ur' iral ,:,:-m
BUYING VINTAGE
AUTOGRAPHS
Ruth. Cehrig. Coob. Etc
Tobacco cards to 1950 s
goo.rts Cards Call Rich
954 961 -1740
CASH$ FOR YOUR U.S.
GOLD & SILVER COINS.
904 285 3627 382 8191
CASH FOR OLD & moo-a
ern comics Fax or
emal name. ph. iist,
condiron & price to
292. 3 3 83 or






Pets and
Animals
1005 Liestock&
Supplies
1010 Pets and Suppiies


Livestock
1005 &Supplies
HORSES (2) Reg. UTD,
Vacc 'Coggs, Bomb OrooT
$1200ob'a 904-424 6424
HORSES lor sale or lease.
Eng 6 Westn lesas.n &
Bosro Mand a./or W'S
904699 4530.614 1690




Y ADORABLE Y
DESIGNER PUPPIES
$499-UP
POOS, Boxers, Boston,
Chihuahuas, Cockers,
Doxies, Labs, Pokes,
Puggle. Schnauzer.
Shelties, Yorkies
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
AMERICAN BULL DOGS
CKC Rd icr Christmas
M,$450:F.$500 764 4159
AMERICAN BULL
DOG PUPPIES
$35" Call 491-8251
4. AQUARIUM 75gal-
S46"8'19 x19". gizss
11to..s:..:,den bane
caomnet and top
hllers, rocks, and more
$225 firm 904- 269 2192
BEAGLE PUPS ArC.
oeautilul. 1250 cash.
r'jag 12 31 229 451 5057
BENGAL KITTENS (Little
Lap Leopards) ACFA &
TICA reo Beautiful
spots, starting at $550
i9t4)509,06-49 or slit
was tiorldad0_ngals corn


BLACK LAB
S1.5 ear old. n6e
tered. male. nose
trained, good ,tr.
Kids. neeas good nome
comes 'ilth crate
912 573 4479
Bloodhound Pups A K C
$500 ea. P..-F
9124-4 1l-I.4 4l .2945517
Blue Quakers $350 Afri-
can Greys $600 Para-
kee2 cage 520 Lo.ebird
/c g .$50 374 3005
BORDER COLLIES ABC
reg born 10'15. aork.
BOSTON TERRIER .pup
A oc .o-. IlaKs. snots.
$400 904-223 9897
Boxer,Bichon.Calm,
Scottle.Westie, Lhasa
Poodle, MORE. Hold for
Christmas.710-7645
CANARIES -Singers,
breeders, cages,
$85-$100ea. 449-4944
CHIHUAHUA PUPS -tiny,
CKC, all colors, parents
small, $400-$500
924-0095
Chihuahua Pups Sm, reg
shots, cute. No checks.
$325- $450. 692-3514
CHIHUAHUA PUPS CKC
7-8LBS. $400-$600.
904. 282. 4257/651-1965


1010 pet's &
1 1 Supplies

Chihuahua Pups, Mini
Dachshunds, Min Pins,
Yorkies. 766-2417
CHIHUAHUA Pups, 3
Females $150 cash,
Call 588-4665
Chihuahuas beautiful
short & long hair. S/W.
$350 & $450. 757-8567
COCKATOO 12yrs old,
lives to 85, alt white,
she says "I love you"
and "Give me a kiss"
Great Christmas gift.
Cage & Bird $800. Call
646- 552-4487
DOBERMAN PINCHERS
AKC, Champ Bldlines,
good tempermt $750,
BIk/Rust. 229.247.5493
Eng Bulldog Pups AKC
Ch Ped. S/W, Serious
inquiries 229-563-7347
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPS
Championship blood-
line. Call 731.4725
English Bulldog AKC
6mo old,all white female.
$1500 obo. 343-1943
English Bulldog Babies
will hold for the holi-
days 803-665-0824
www.bulldogbabies.com
FREE CATS (3) Indoor
only, loving, 2M/1F.
707.-4427
FREE KITTEN b/w tux-
edo male, 4mo, sleek/
shiny. Call 220-8607
4, FREE SIAMESE 10 yo
Sneutered, de-clawed,
S house cat, free neu-
tered yellow cat, 8 yo
OP area. 282- 5452
FREE TO GOOD HOME
1 yr male pug, yard to
S run a must. Extras,
call 912.-729.-3657
German Shep. Pup AKC
Fern, white, outstanding
bloodline. 880-6736
GERMAN SHEPARD Pups
AKC beautiful sables,
exc bloodlines 223.0038
GERMAN SHEPHERDS -
(white) Ready Now,
4M/2F, $700, AKC, POP,
hlth cert. 352-219-6937
German Shepherd 2 M's
8wks black& tan, s/w,
POP $325. 904.259-8778
GOLDEN RETRIEVER -
pups, AKC, POP, OFA
cert, bred to hunt,
chmp bldlns, $600. days
386-752-3420, eves
386-752-5525
GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
CKC, S&W, HC. POP, $400.
Rdy 1/18, 904-845-2781
GREEN CHEEK CONURE
6 months old + cage
$150. 904-781-1009
Himalayan &Persian
Kittens,CFA, $250
(904) 282-9183
Himalayan Beauties,
3 left, $150. No papers.
912-729-238
CATS ANGELS "HOME FOR
THE HOLIDAYS" 2-day
Adoption Fair: Pets-
Mart at St. Johns Town
Ctr.,Sat & Sun., Dec.
17/18,. 10-6.
LAB AKC 4male,yellow
pups, National Chmp
I dlnes, $400 8wks
912. 496- 3823
Lab pups AKC. Silver
reamo, 1. go Dec 8in
S' W.HC POP io00o
412 383 227
MACAW Blue. c.old
male 4Jrv old neeas

4 Macaw- Blue and
|gold.KtS eA irs Oi.
Vl.itn ca3ge nd tOSS
T.ii00,'60-47' 7341
Min Pin Pup CKC,
I ie.n 1350 BIack.. an
591 444-17 cr 777.' 6385
PIT BULL pups. ADBA
re red bik nose S&W
POP $100 282.5987

POODLES -Standard.
AKC. 4m rare blue.
chmp sire 386.454 62-4
POODLES Toy AKC.
M'F. current .acc.
Hlth Cert 693 0600
SHIH-TZU ,1) 0 K s.
femalee n,,c. ACA reg.
love3loe l$375 292-2255
Shih Tau AKC M 3mo. chp
old In ,nl brown n .
oik 500 firm 6A3 6637
Shih-Tzu pups CKC
8wkS old Aeekor mass
$400. Kate 759 4337
SIBERIAN HUSKY ACA,
I 1 akS 3 Red. White
Reaucea 2ji0 '22 4A16
ST. BERNARD PUPS -Ad.
read for X-mas Pay-
ments 800 904 591 07.1
Toy Poodles AKC. 9,ks
ola. males $500 Fern
J600 334 4056
andy231&a-.aoi.comn
WEIMARANER I f e m.
3M $500 550. iirs5
:r.,:,[: POP Ji:i;.JJ ; -7i
WELSH CORGI PUPPIES
APR Reg. & Shots. $450
IF.. IM. 904 724 8696
YORKIE AKC M
7 months olcd. Cash onl
%650 Cali 725-6468
YORKIE Female AKC A
veek.. tinyr. $1500
904.445 6476
Yorkle pup iem AKC [in,
tea cup.10,vks. $2500
irmrr, 386-.454 6274
YORKIE PUPS, Tin,. 2M.'
IF $1 51, $2000 Serious
Bu,ers onl, 565.1749
YORKIES:1 F S1000.00
Im 1400.00 Read, 12.'27
Cn. BI 2 1 3 1 7 22
610 3743
VCOrkiepatc nUSA.c -om
YORKIES AKC 2 hitters
males 1800. female
6900 Call 502.9691
VORKIES ior Cnritmas
AKC 3F. IM, 1800 $1000:
Sllo e small 389-9653






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1210 SailbOatS
U1L5 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Mrine Equipmeni
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 Rv Rentals
1300 Motorcycles 'Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent' Lease
1320 Anhigues Ciassics
1325 Aulomobiles
1335 $1000 or Less
1340 Trucks, Trailers5
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1345 Vans'Buses
1350Mic. Aulo
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4, 22' MAKO 224
center console.
| .I'ra ier, twlr..
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MONTEGO
9 Nl Mercrui.er.
air. canvas. g3hey.
hea30. electronic, trailer.
1 3.900 or r oage 'or
sailboat.
352 473 9239'562 9272
91" 28ft Carver
I Montego
4, Mercruiser air.
canvr.as, galley.
nead electronics.
trailer 13.900 or trade
for sailboat
352 4'3 9239.352 5629
4, 18 FT REGAL
MARINE 2000
4 ,ir. '.6ut board, neiv
HPI190 engine.
Galvinilzd 20it snore-
1nd-r Traiier. $1 iK.
great coagit.ocn.
372 3678
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for Special Olympics FL
Dec 17 @ 10 am. See ad
under auctions.
4 Buick Regal '00
SMarine 18ft in/out
I board new engine
HP190 trailer gal-
vanized Shorelander
$13000 Great condition
472-3678
WANTED- Boats,
motors, trailers -
any condition.
">he Used Parts People"
Weeks Marine 387-1440


Marine
1220 Equipment
& Supplies

JOHNSON OUTBOARD
30 hp, tiller control, exc
shape, $2K 904. 377-0145


1230 RV's &
SSupplies


1982 COLEMAN
Pop-up camper
sleeps six, new
canvas. $600 obo
Call Bob (0904-721-1399


2000 JAYCO KIWI
23B, hitch, galley
S head, shower,
awning, sleeps six,
A/C, $8500 obo,
352 473- 9239/562- 9272


21' AEROLITE CUB TT '00
sleeps 8. Good cond.
$S5200obo. 904-321-0517


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4 00' FORD F 150 LIMITED 4 HONDA 2003
EAM &TRAIL PIONEER '02, RV TT, 28', I addition, Harley CR250R 2-stroke
TRAVELTRLRS like new, everything Davison45KMI, \Laftermarket
MOTOR HOMES works, sleeps 6, fully L excellent condition, exhaust ramp and
service Parts eqpt, AC/heat, $10,000 $17,500 or obo, call 2602338 riding gear,$3500obo
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(386) 462- 3039
541-6439 TRAVE UNTRY 2'YAMAHAYZ125, HONDA 600VLX-'00, 19k
TRAVEL COUNTRY Like new condition, miles, custom, los of
RV CENTER L low hrs. $2600 obo extras $3800 642-0000
ITE 30 1997 Pre-Owned Specials wugrbc@mtds.net,
iTE 30' 1997 912.674-4579- UZUKI 2001-
like new, lots 912-57& 1142
. 38-325-5039 MOTORHOMES 912571142 BlackandSilver
05 Rexair 37' SlidesGSKR-1000many
00 Sportcoach 38' Diesel i Vry ood icond- Call 904 233 2804
00 Sportcoa 38' C1tion. Qui ck 60+
97 Jambolee 28' Clean MPH. Needs rear
*- 03 SunVoyager 38' Slides disc brake pads. $900,
ELLYOUR RV TOWABLES obo. Call 904879-9838 SUZUKI RM-Z450
ELLYOURROV 06Toyhauler28' Nice '05 Motorcross bike.
S04Sunnybrook 27' Slides 2000HONDATRX Excellent condition,
OSTTOYOU 03 Aeudte23' Bunks 400 ATV,K&NJET trading up to'06 model.
...Service... 02 Montana 36' Slides -| I KIT, FILTER FMF $5495. alr389 7700
..RentalS. And many many more! PIPE. GOOD COND..
...Rentals.. plus.-over 10 million in LOW HOURS, YAMAHA Z Star Classic
RS BUS & new Inventory!! $2000/0B0 1100 '04 -3kml, 2tone
SALES 1.888 222-7079 CHRIS 904 710 6846 pnt, $6500. 386- 9869350
st Exit #351 Lake City2000 HONDA TRX 400
itehouse ATV, K&N lets, kit, fll- 1310 Auto Parrts
A, -s -*-m 4 21' Allegro R.V. Low kJ9 ter, FMF pipr, good AutoParrts
iversRV.comileage, bought cond., low hours,
R o inew Dec. 1989, gen $2000 obo, Chris 710 6 Bed Extender for
253-0224 roof air, extras. 4 2001 AMAH .; 2002 Ford Ranger
783-0313 Call for appointment V. Star Classic, 650 EdgePick. Never
378 1780 Purple 4000 miles, used $100. Call
k garage kept, lots of 912-576 3130
chrome, $3500,
912-88. 0910 CHROME WHEELS
91 2-88g2-098107cub &Tire Package
n, 2005 Honda 600 RR \ R 24x10. Fits Chevy
Silver& Black, helmet GMC, w/warranty
Included, garage kept, Paid. $4500 Sel $3K.
very clean, no drops. MUST SEE! 7080442
150 mi, $8500, Ryan
Y 912-729-6952 0 I R 15 T DAYTON
K TO _.TI-K -_LW ILE 11 T TIMBERLINEA/T TIRES.
u 03 SPORTSTER \ i (4) 33x12.50, Great
8200 mi, lots to list condition. 2000 miles
S $8500. 673-8733 or used. Four free rims. $500
542-4492 ext. 169 obo. Joe 904-777-5646
4, Big Dog 2002,107cub. TIRE 1-NEW 215/75/
in,exc.cond. custom 15, also chevy astr
dy apple r red,c ust s t l um rim3544 / must
ORD MUSTANG GT CONV, flames.orlginal owner sell call 2796251, also





0FORD MUSTANG CONV, e$4,n9092.57305A7kin Antiques/
O R2Kmis. Must ell 205/75/15 tire
BC Lk9cm04 881 42613/904 509 9290
TOP, STICK, LOW MILES H.D.FAustom Built Harley TRANSMISSIONS Rebuil
I '98S&S Motor 80 Sream tarting- Dec 17 10 am. SFree tow
SnhS oke rimslots of In house nancng avail.
come, mut2100287seeto 272 1986 3544BUICK GRAN/88D NA420D NAT3880
DO ,FOInD MUSTHA TNG1 Haappreciate. Asking
0 FORD MUSTANG CONV, :$14,900 912milesbac chi5730507p. Immac interior
OOFWNER, ,VERY ALL THNICE TOYS H.D. n-'01 Sporlotster 883, classics
new, w ndshiedr $6300, 1967 FORD MUSTANG
S655-3491 Coupe, Street Rod,
iH.D. -'05, Road King $6500 or part trade.
Trike, 5k orig mi, $34k. 881-3033
S386-822 5528S 1974 Volkwagon Thing
AUTO+BOAT AUCTION
NS AD DRIVES STRONG H.D. FATBOY -'03, Anniv for Special Olympics Fi
Edition black Scream- Dec17 10 iam. See ad
ing Eagle Exhaust extra under auctions.
fchrome.dult ow n included extra art.exc
cond, $21,000 287-2592 1986 BUICK GRAND NAT'L
Turbo' Bottom up rest.
Sarley Davidson Fat Boy Complete eng rebid w/
97 19,000 mes black chip. Immac interior.
many extras. $12,000 cond. I have too many
obo Home cars need room. Sac-
(904)879-5720 or cell rifice $14,500 OBO
(904)502.9428 262-1167 or 571-9270
Harley Davidson '64 FLH Chevy Camaro RS 228
Panhead Nicest One Ever '69 Blue/Black stripes,
ad( 68 FRESH REBUILD Must See 540 cu in.Turbo 400,
$20,500 (904)234-5138 swing out roll bar, both
I 32084 HARLEY DAVIDSON seat harness. $22,500
SPORTER SPORT '98 firm.424-6532/879-2878
1200CC 2 back rail
$8,000 904-568-8102 Ford GT Fastback Mus-
tang '66-289 AT, $12K.
23N4HD 2003 SOFTAIL 509-2534 or 813-9353
/3 ,standard EFI STG 1 kit
now seat chromed out FORD MUSTANGS
low miles, must see (2)1965s,(1) 1966
240 904-771-1388/891- 7351 4 1restorale con-
ND Ultra Classic'98-lots automatic, alfor $4500,
v_ -v--'-i of chrome.adult owned includes extra parts.
$12,900 2i3.7515 904E,95 1919


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1320 Antiques/
1 2 Classics

4 Ford Mustangs
S Two 1965 one 1966.
restorable condi-
tion, six cylinder
automatic, all for $4500.
Includes extra parts.
904-542-5356
JAGUAR E-TYPE 2+2'72
V-12. AC, excellent con-
dition, must see this one.
$15,995. Call 389-7700

1325 Automotive
1973 VW BEETLE
Hardtop, New
Engine. Excellent
Ctndltion, Very Nice!
$4700, 904-553 4508
4, 1997 MITSUBISHI
Eclipse GS 109 K Silver,
sunroof, CD power,
great cond, $4800.
.652-3386
1999 Toyota 4 Runner
silver 99.500 mi, 20 in
1 chrome rims, 12in.
infinity, subwoofers,
600 watt amp, $11K. Ryan
912-72966952
2002 HONDA
ACCORD SE
V6 auto, sunroof,
leather, 6-cd
changer, electric,
excellent condition
private owner $16,690.
Call 491-7996
4, 2003 TAHOE
4x4 loaded, 30,500
miles, white with
tan leather uphol-
stery, retail, $30,085 sell
$25,500. Call
786-7315/500*6713
S2005 TOYOTA
< White, gray, cloth.,
AM/FM, CD, cruise,
pwr. Seat, Theft recov-
ery, private owned,
$19,300.491-7996
I 04 JEEP &. CHEROKEE
LAREDO4X4
immaculate auto, Sil-
ver V-6 alloy, low
miles, must sell $17,350
obo. 541.0403/542- 7200 ext.
8212/716-7197
ACURA 3.5RL '02
Champagne/ Ithr,
loaded, exc cond, DVD
& Sirlus radio, 1 owner,
w/records, $20,500
363-2663
ACURA VIGOR -'92, AT,
AC, 80k, $2700 cash.
Call 463-2323

AUDI'S, AUDI'S
'02 TT 22 Quattro
'02 TT 180 Cabrlo
(2) $22,900
'01 TT 225 Conv.
$22,900
'05 A6 Quattro
$39,900
'05 A4 Quattro
$28,900
'05 A4 Cabrio 3.0
$39,900
-05 A4 Cabrio 1.8
$35,900
'04 S4 Cabrlo V8
$39,900

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stock at
World Imports
998-9992

BMW 325cd 2002 Auto, Prem
Pkg, sport pkg. Xeons, HK
sound $23,988 371-4728
BMW 3251 '02-V6,AT,
Prem pckg,sport pckg,
Loaded. $22,800.993-9044
BMW 3251A 2003
Auto, HK sound, certified
$23,88 371.4728
BMW 3251A 2005
Auto Prem pkg
$298 371-4728
BMW 33012002
Autoprem. pkg nice car,
18,98 371-4728
BMW 5251 '03-5spd,32k
mi, sport/performance
pckg, $32K. 538-0567
BMW 645d 2004
Very Sporty $59,788
371-4728
BMW 64SCC 2004
Loaded, like new $71,488
371-4728


1325 Automotive
BMW 7401L 2001
Sport Pkg. Loaded. Clean
$31,488 Call 371-4728
BMW M3dc 2005
6 spd. HK sound, 19" wheels.
Loaded $53,88 371-4728

BMW'S BMW'S
'04 X5 3.0 AWD
$35A0
'05 745LI Sedan
'057451Sedan
'03 7451 Sedan
$45,900
'02 745LI Sedan
$38,900
'04 745U Sedan
(2) $37,900
'04 5301A Sedan
(2) $36, 00
'04 5301A Sedan
(2) $36,900
'04 5251A Sedan
$33,00
103 5251 Wagon
$25-400
'04 3251A Sedan
$2%M00
'04 32SCI Coupe
$27,900
'03 325CI Convy.
$29,901
'03 3251A Sedan
'03 3251A Sedan
$23,900
'01 3251 Sedan
$17,900
'02 3301A Sedan
$25,q00
'01 3251 Sedan
$183,90
'00 323CI Cony.
$203900
03 M3 Convertible.
$42,900
'02 M3 Convertible
$33,900
'02 2.3 3.0 Roadster
$2S5,00

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998-9992

CADDILAC '91 "SEVILLE
Classic" Maroon, white
top, Just right for Xmas,
$390 Call 874.1990
CADILLAC SEVILLE SLS
-'96, loaded, well kept,
114k mi, $6400 obo
305-3432
Chevy Camaro '97-2dr,
fully loadedV6,106k ml,
$6795. Call 904-881-0129
Chevy Camero '94 95K
ml. exc cond in&out,
power pkg, V6, $3800
irm. 904-422-5330
Chevy Corvette '01-55k
ml, dark blue, digital
display,chrome wheels,
both tops.garage kept,
$22K.879-0933/879-2878

CHEVY IMPALA
05.20" wheels, must
see this one. $289mo
wac. Call 338-1055


1325 Automotive
CHEVY MALIBU '04.
Outstanding condition,
loaded, must sell, very
quickly. $8995. 389-7700

Nicest In Jax. $2995
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-S000
Chevy Siverado EXT
1995 diesel 69000
miles, custom con-
t version leather
seats,loaded, 904 993-3185
.Must See, Must Sell
$14000.00. 080
Chevy Suburban '03-
53k ml. loaded, DVD,
$21,500. 538-0567
CHRYSLER 5TH AVE
parts for sale or whole
car, new alternator,
fuel pump, battery,
belts, hoses, ect. Call
955-3442 or 278.6251
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'02- Lded, low miles,
extra clean, $11,500obo.
387-1962 or 477-8913
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'06. Less than 400 miles,
immaculate condition,
can finance w/$350
down. Call 389.7700
CLK430 CONV 2002
Auto, Loaded, Nice Car
$33,788371-4728
DATSUN 280ZX '83
Best offer, fun to drive.
904-613-9867
Dodge 1500 '01
SQuad S/bedi sliver
S|.excellent cond. 5.2L
auto A/C 2WD 92k
sports pkg $9850 OBO
904 277-4673
Dodge Stratus ES 'Coupe
'01. Good condition 3.0
V6 loaded, wife's car,
always serviced. $7800
or best offer. Call
(904)714- 0139 Afternoons
FERRARI F355 1997
F355 Berlinetta, 31k mi. Mint
cond. $6900 371-4728
FORD MUSTANG '99 red,
V6, 5 spd 57K orlgml,
exc cond $7350 614-7927
Ford Taurus '00-75k mi,
black w/grey cloth int.
All pwr. $5K. 538-0567

FORD TAURUS
'05. Very low miles,
must sell fast. $239mo
wac. Call now 338-1055
F our New Truck/
S U V Tires
P255/65R17 60.000
mi. Continental
Contitrac $275 Call
219-6765 or 714-4466
SGraco Baby Swing
SFor sale excellent
1 condition. Less
than one year old.
Paid $80, Sell $50.
Cal 17682240
HONDA ACCORD LX- '01,
excellent shape must
see, all Honda svcper-
fomed, Dk Blue 68kmi,
$10,500 742-5271
JEEP Grand Cherokee
Ltd 4x4 all pwr, sun-
roof Ithr $6995 234-6611
LEXUS LS430 2004
Ultra Pkg, Navigation, Loaded
$48,788 371-4728


1325 Automotive

LOTUS

ELISE
2005-2006
Change the rules
Now available for
immediate delivery

YEAR END
MODEL SALE!
LOTUS
OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofiacksonvillea.com
998-9992

LOTUS ELISE 2005
Red/tan leather,
sport-touring pkg,
stage II exhaust.
DEALER DEMO.
4000 miles, SALE
$37,900. 998-9992
LOTUS
OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCEDES 260E -'89,
exc cond, $5k obo.
Call 273-9697
4 MERCEDES 450 SL
Roadster. 74' 2 dr.
L 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
Mercedes 904-631-1234
'84 380SL Blue $10,500.
'91 350SDLbick. $11,500.
'83 300CD,black $4800.
Mercedes C230
'05 Kompressor
30k mi. Pristine!
PCS orders $25,000
OBO 6-spd sunroof
leather CD silver
904- 556-1812
MERCURY Grand Mar-
quis '96, silver, good
cond, 185k mi $2250.
Call Ray 904-874-2870

Mits Eclipse
'01 GS. Low miles, must
go. $8995. 338-1055

PORSCHE'S
'04 CAYENNE 4WD
$38,900
'01 C2 COUPE
$46,900
'01 C2 Cabriolet
$47,900
'99 C2 Cabriolet
$39,900
'02 BOXTERS
$32,900
'02 BOXTER
$29,900
'02 BOXTER
$28,900

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03 ESS AUG
Sport $59,900
'04 E500 Sedan
$39,900
'05 E320 Sedan
$45,900
'03 E320 Sport
$35,900
'02 E320 Sedan
$24,900
'03 SS55 AMG
$67,900
'05 SI.55 AUG
$93,900
'03 SLSOO AMG
$65,900
'01 SL600 AMG
$41,900
'98 SLSOO
$24,900
'03 CL600 AUG
$65,900
'05 CLKS00 Cabrio
$57,900
'05 CLK500 Coupe
$41,900
'05 CLK320 Cabrio
$43,900
'99 CLK320 Coupe
$19,900
'05 SLK350 AMG
$43,900
'05 C230 Sedan
$28,900
'02 C230 Coupe
$17,900
'05 ML3S0 4WD
$31,900
03 ML350 4WD (2)
$26,900
'02 G500 4WD
$44,900
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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
or 904-260 8796

Mits Lancer' 05
4dr, very low miles.
$188mo wac. 338-1055
4. Mitsubishi Eclipse
GS '97 109k, auto,
silver, sunroof, CD,
power, great cond
$400. 904- 652- 3386


Will finance with $99
down WAC.
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

NISSAN SENTRA -'05,
Special Edition, must
sell, no down pmt, fully
loaded $17,047.69
payoff. 725-2622

SAAB'S SAAB'S
'05 ARC CONV.
$33,900
'04 ARC CONV.
$30,900
'04 ARC CONV.
$29,900
'03 SE Convertible
$22,900
'05 9-3 ARC Sedan
$24,900
'04 9-3 AERO
Sedan $24,900
'03 9-3 LINEAR
Sedan $17,900
'01 9-3 SE Sedan
$14,900
'01 9-5 SE Sedan
$15,900

New Inventory Daily...
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998-9992


1325 Automotive

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'03. Feel the luxury! $9999
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000


Well pampered! $3999
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

All the bells & whistles.
Call to set appointment.
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

PORSCHE BOXSTER '03
black/black, chiptronic
sports edt. 48K mi
$28,500 Call 514-2532

PORSCHE BOXTER '01,
whie, w/tan Ithr, 34K
mi, sports pkg, asking
$24,900. Ph 228-0553

Toyota Avalon
'03. Very clean, need to
sell Moving! $19.988
Call now 338-1055

Toyota amry
00. Very clean, low mi.
Must sell fast $7995.
Call now 338-1055
Toyota Camry LE '03
43K mi, exc cond.
$12,000 obo. 343-7015

Toyota Corolla
01 L. Very low mi, must
sell fast. Won't last
long $5995. 338-1055

Looking for responsible
person to assume
pymts of $289mo. wac.
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
TOYOTA COROLLA '03.
Immaculate condition,
loaded, priced to sell this
week. $9945. 389- 7700

4, TOYOTA PRIUS
5- Door, Hatchback
t| 2004,11,500mi
garage kept,
excellent condition,
$21,500, 264-2973

Toyota Solara
02LE. V6, very low
miles, AC, leather
$12,988. Call 338-1055
TOYOTA SOLORA SLE '00
green, 2dr, V6, Lded, Ithr,
sunrf, disc CD, 26k orig.
mi, $11,500obo. 235-9059

VOLVO, VOLVO, VOLVO
'04 XC90 2.5
$30,900
'03 XC90 T6
$29,900
'03 S80 SEDAN
$22,900
'01 S 80 T6 SEDAN
$17,900
'00 S80 T6 SEDAN
$13,900
'04 V70 HT CONV.
$30,900
'03 V70 T5 WAGON
$17,900
'01 V70 WAGON
$17,900
'03 S60 SEDAN
$18,900
01 S60 SEDAN
$14,900
04 S40 T5 SEDAN
522.900
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VW PASSAT GLS 2001
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VW SALE

'05 TOUAREG V8
$39,900
'04 TOUAREG V8
$28,900
'04 GOLF GLS 4dr
$15,900
'04 GTI GLX VR6
$18,900
'03 GTI GLS 1.8
$16,900
'01 GTI GLS 1.8
$13,900
'05 BEETLE Conv.
$19,900
'03 BEETLE Conv
(2) $17,900
'04 BEETLE
Coupe $14,900
'02 BEETLE S
$14,900
'04 PASSAT GLS
$17,900
'03 PASSAT GLS (3)
$16,900
'03 PASSAT Wagon
$17,900
'05 JETTA (new body)
$21,900
'03 JETTA GL
$15,900
'02 JETTA Diesel
$1S,900
New Inventory Daily.
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i 998-9992

Wanted Tow Dolly
for car.
904 215- 1493

1335 $2000 or Less
1994 SATURN
SC.2, red 2 door,
) pw, pi, at, a/c,
cruise; alloy
wheels $2000 firm.
email phone #
pease@Juno.com
2001 MITSUBISHI
GALANT
I A/T, A/C, P/W,
PDL cruise, tilt
AM/FM/CD sunroo#
needs body work, runs
great, $1500 obo.
778- 3508
AUTO+BOAT AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
Dec 17 @ 10 am. See ad
under auctions.
BUICK SKYLARK '94.
Mechanics special! Cold
AC, must sell fast, need
cash $675. Call 389-7700
CHEVY MALIBU 98 4dr,
AT, runs good, green,
160K, $2K, 912- 276-4474
FORD Bronco '90 1
owner, real clean, V6,
5spd, like new, $1500
obo 551-3628
FORD CONTOUR -'97,
$500. new transm tim-
ing belt, needs head
wrk, runs good, clean.
213-7607 673-8752
Ford Contour '98-$1500
119K mi, AT,4cyI,Rebuilt
tran.new tires.538-9186
FORD MUSTANG LX 88
i..'. rr..i .: run gi3
$1800 -2J.2961
FORD TAURUS 1993
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FORD T-BIRD -'95. L a
AC 101k. 126.0 .: :r.

FORD .ia ".' cc-,.r-
AC. luii ,.5 e ru ,z iA.-T
r,.? $i1u1) .oO.'t .f1 3628

HONDAS,
TOYOTAS, F150-S
$199 DOWN NOW!
RIDE TODAY! E- 1 & UP
CALL 645. 5700
FOR FAST APPROVAL
1-877-.438.2177

ISUZU PICKUP -'94, 5SP,
120K, $1700 CASH.
Call 463-2323


1335 $2000 or Less
,. PONTIAC GRAND AM
SIAutomatic 1995 green,
L tan interior runs great
lots of new parts 60
cyl. 130,000 miles. $1750
OBO 904- 406-0237
SATURN '95 4dr, blue, 5
spd, cold AC, runs
great $2K, 912-276-4474
SATURN SL1 '99 Great
condition, loaded, priced
to sell very quickly
$1975. Call 389-7700
Saturn SL2 "92 5spd, all
pwr, 4 dr, lo mi, very
clean very gd cond runs
great must sell $1200
obo 859-6233, 859 3043
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
1981 CHEVY BLAZER
at PS PW 4x4. 350 35
SBFG Mud terrain, 4 in.
rancho lift. Call Chad
434-5934
S1994 Jeep Grand
Cherokee limited
4x4 SUV Red 145K
new transmission
many extras, sacrifice
$4000 OBO. Steve
908-0026.
4 -2003 WHITE
S TRAILBLAZER
1 18k mi, cd, tint,
pwl, $18K obo, very
clean. Call
904- 422- 0407/768-7995
2004 JEEP LIBERTY
$14K, 4wd, auto,
I power windows
AC, 39k mi, excel-
lent condition.
Call 807-4822
S99 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE
LIMITED, LOADED,
GOLD, ASKING
$6500, MAY CONSIDER
PARTIAL TRADE,
843-412.-1116/
S877.-767.-2783
lif; I 4w8'i'*-IxEu :cI. u'1
'04. 2 to choose from.
Call for price!
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
CHEVY Blazer S10 4x4,
runs great new trans,
brakes, en rebuild
$1500 obo. 292.1274
Chevy Pickup /2ton
1500 series.1997,
k1,66 000 miles AT, AC,
white, SWB V6
Vortec, real nice
904 272- 7352
CHEVY S10 '01 ext cab.
New 4 cyl eng, 5spd,
$6500 obo 223-6953
CHEVY S-10 Crew Cab
4x4'03. Loaded, excel-
lent condition, priced to
sell now $13,975.389 7700
CHEVY Suburban '98, LT,
C2500, 4x4, custom trim
w/step rails, 6.5L, die-
sel turbo, 24mpg, 109K
mi, asking $12,500 obo.
904-261-9122
Chevy Tahoe Z71 '04
Loaded, $29,995.
Call 219-1766
CHEVY TRAILBLAZER '05
Outstanding condition,
fully loaded, priced to
sell this week. $18,975.
Call 389-7700
Chevy Z71 '01-ext cab,
great truck, must sell
$10,900. 912-552-1801
Chevy Z71 '01-ext cab,
great truck, must sell
$10900 912-52-1801
S DODGE DAKOTA
c. STE'- c a

i 311 251 5001

DODGE Rni 1500i.LT 'l:,
i i5 :.:.. 912 57& 0919i
DODGE RAM- 250- '-.
S: CB iT. rn
,'.3; nT .:.k I r .:- .r,r
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FORD EXCURSION LMTD
03 bik "', .-:-i 'C-k
$31K. C3110 4 4-0 1 4 J
FORD EXCURSION LIM-
ITED 01 chj.-: BSntri.
T.urL,: D Cre c'l. ,r-a siat.
tow pkg, hi hwy miles,
$15,900. 904-262-9020

Arrive in style! $13,990


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

Ford Expedition
'03. Very clean, must
sell fast! $17,988. Call
now 338-1055
FORD EXPEDITION XLT
'04 -Loaded, leather,
$23,500obo. 904 321- 0517

carry the big load $11,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Ford F150 Super Crew
'01- 82K ml. $10,000
must sell fast. 509-8888
FORD RANGER '89 Ext
Cab. Standard Transm.
V6 eng. $1400.448.0718
Ford XL450 '06- Diesel,
8ft flat bed, w/Reading
tool boxes.2600 ml,
crew cab. $37,500 obo.
Call 237-7491
nC [a l']=hr-1 0
Buy of the week! $18,999
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

Smooth Performance!
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
GMC Envoy SLE '02, 6cyl,
bik w/grey interior,
brand new 05 eng. 5yr
-100K mi wrrty, dual pwr
seat & running board,
like new cond. $18,500
obo. Call 731-4013

Demands attention $5999
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
GMC SIERRA '85 Pick up,
Red, small V8, AT, orig
AM/FM/8 track stereo,
w/CB, $2900 874 1990
)ti)A1i ;l,1,] U:(,I;*
Import Headquarter spe-
cial of the week! $599
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
Jeep Cherokee Sport '01
Clean 4x4 Auto Priv. One
Owner Call 631 9780


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JEEP WRANGLER
'04. Auto, 4x4, low miles.
$17,988 or $298mo wac.
Must call now 338-1055
JEEP WRANGLER RUBI-
CON '05. Immaculate
condition, 3K miles,
loaded, can finance
w/$475 down. 389-7700
Lincoln Navigator '98
Red,4x4j,3rd seat. 160k mi
$9900 firm.904-262-9020
MAZDA B2300 '94
Looks & runs grt, priv.
owner, $3000. 724-8204

Mits Endeavor
'04 4x4. Very low mi,
must sell fast $289mo
wac. Call 338-1055
NISSAN P/U 93.


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
NISSAN PATHFINDER SE-
'00 Garage kept, 1 ownr,
$9300 904- 556- 3342


Range Rover
'97. Need to sell fast.
$7995. Call 338-1055


Toyota 4Runner
'01. Very low mi, must
call $15,988. 338-1055

TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
'02. Clean, need to sell
fast. Won't last at
$15,988. Call 338-1055

4, oyota Prius
Hybrld '04 11,500
v miles, Pkg #4, side
air bags, gauge
kept, like new white,
$21,795 264-2973

TOYOTA SEQUOIA LTD '03
Every option. DVD player,
low mi, new tires, 1 own,
garaged, sacrifice,
$26,500obo. 735-7515


Stands apart for the rest!
$12,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000


Toyota Tundra
'05 Reg Cab. V6, very low
miles, $248mo wac.
Call 338-1055


1345 Vans/Buses

DODGE VAN SE 97
Good condition, $3000
firm. Call 352-473-1393

FORD E. 250 '97
cargo van, AT, AC, good
cond, runs well, $3700
obo. 997-1098

FORD VAN '95 Hi Top, TV,
VCR, Ithr, 99K immac.
$4500 OBO 472-7864

GMC Safari '00-SLE,
loadedwhite extBlue
intfront& rear AC's,
3rd row seat,84k mi
new tires.$5500 obo.
879-0933 /879-2828

SMercury Villager 198
SNautica edition mini
lvan. Garage kept,
good condition
$2900 obo. Call
912-673-8710

NISSAN QUEST '97
Exc cond, 120K ml, $5500
280-0310 or 631.9735


Won't last at only $4998
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000

PONTIAC TRANSPORT
'91, moms van, loaded,
139k mi $1850 obo.
722-9714 or 635-4635


l350Miscellaneous
,13,0 Auto

$500! POLICE IMPOUNDS!
Cars from $500! Listings
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2000 ETON ATV
blue, $600 obo. Call
S Chasity @619-0026

SGO .ART
4 w/roll bars single
.1 rider. Needs gas
tank, rusted out
$55. Will repair. $250
obo. Call 904-.8799838


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