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Secretary Retires
Odom Leaves After 40 Years Of Service
Page 4


Base Gym
Facility Offers Wide Range Of Programs
Pages 6-7


Jingle Bell Jog
154 Participate In Annual Event
Page 13


THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2006


Photos byJO2(SW) Bill Larn
Cmdr. William Zirzow, commanding officer of VP-45, stands with his family just after returning from a six-month deploymer
During their mission, members of VP-45 visited 16 countries in the Middle East and Western Pacific.


'Pelicans' home for Christmas


By Lt. j.g. Kelly Chufo
VP-45 PAO


he best holiday gift of all arrived
Dec. 12 for the families of the VP-
45 "Pelicans." It didn't come by
sleigh or wrapped with a fancy bow but
rather by P-3C Orion aircraft, wrapped
in camouflage flight suits and fresh
from the fight in the global war on ter-
rorism.
All aircrew and support personnel
arrived safely at NAS Jacksonville just
in time to catch Santa sliding down
their chimney after a successful six-
month deployment to both Fifth and
Seventh Fleets.
This historic P-3C deploynient flown
in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom
and Enduring Freedom included many
"firsts" for the Pelicans. Most notably
among the many accomplishment was
being the first East Coast VP squadron
in recent years to deploy to the 5th and
7th Fleets, the first to deploy to Al
Udeid Air Force Base, Qatar, and the
first to operate from a forward
deployed operating base located in
Iraq.
VP-45 set out on deployment with
one goal in mind: achieve unparalleled
mission success in all theaters of opera-
tion. An ever-increasing operational
tempo, demanding schedules and blis-
tering heat constantly challenged
squadron personnel, but the Pelicans
remained dedicated and optimistic


about their mission and to the many
contributions they were making
towards the war effort.
When further faced with the task of
redeploying all personnel and assets
from Bahrain to Qatar, they immedi-
ately recognized the redeployment as
an opportunity to spearhead the devel-
opment of operating procedures for
future Navy maritime patrol and
reconnaissance aircraft deployments.
Furthermore, the standards of excel-
lence held by all VP-45 Sailors ensured
sustained informational superiority for
the ground forces the squadron sup-
ported throughout the deployment.
When the first crew left Jacksonville
in late May of last year, little did they
know that they would be playing such
a major part in the global war on ter-
rorism by providing critical, real-time
support to coalition troops both at sea
and on land.
During the deployment, the Pelicans
were dispersed to six bases and were
separated by 12 time zones, while
bringing the fight to remote locations
in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. In
all, the Pelicans completed more than
600 missions and amassed more than
3,500 flight hours during their deploy-
ment.
Despite the long hours and hard
work, VP-45 Sailors still found the time

See VP-45, Page 10


At last! Nathan Welden walks over for
warm embrace from his grandfather, V
45 Command Master Chief CMDC
Lawrence Welden, who just stepped
his plane.


Sailors needed

for federal income

tax training
From NLSO
Naval Legal Service Office Southeast
Detachment. Jacksonville, will sponsor free
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
training Jan. 9-13 in the Tax Center, Building 583,
first deck.
This five-day course is taught by Internal
Revenue Service instructors and will provide VITA
representatives with the knowledge to electronical-
ly prepare federal income tax returns on 1040EZ,
1040A and 1040's.
Each command tasked last year with providing
TAD personnel to staff the NAS Jax Tax Center is
,. strongly encouraged to provide the same number of
personnel this year and to have them attend this
training.
Tax return preparation is often perceived as a
,ed complicated and time-consuming evolution and
nt. many service members and'or their families turn to
commercial preparers to assist them. However, the
fees that are charged can be very high, sometimes
well in excess of $100 per return. This is why volun-
I steering for the VITA program is important.
The VITA program greatly enhances the quality
of life. Last year. the NAS Jax Tax Center helped
prepare and e-file more than 2,775 federal income
tax returns, saving Sailors, retirees and their fami-
lies more than $331,742 in commercial tax prepara-
tion fees.
If you are interested in attending the course and
Being sent TAD to staff a tax center, please notify
your chain of command. Retirees and/or spouses
who would like to volunteer to work in the tax cen-
ter are also highly encouraged to attend.
To make reservations for a quota, or for addition-
al information, please contact LN1(SW/FMF) Troy
LeBlanc at 542-2960, Ext. 15 or email
michael.leblanc@navy.m-ril.



A chat with


i Adm. Boensel

By 01 Mike England
Assistant Editor


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Supply aces inspection


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor


he NAS Jacksonville Supply Department recently
received a grade of outstanding from Commander,
Naval Air Forces (COMNAVAIR) during a semi-
annual inspection of their operations last month. The
inspectors looked at many aspects of the department's
operations including Aviation Support Division (ASD),
Stock Control and Material Control.
According to Supply Department's Material Control
Officer Lt. j.g. Jay Ramsey, the inspection outcome was a
result of the way the department conducts business.
"We are consistently conducting inventories and finding
ways to improve processes internally rather than waiting
for someone to tell us to do it," Ramsey stated. "The hard
work the men and women of this department put in is
reflected in the results we consistently achieve."
The COMNAVAIR inspectors looked at things such as
inventory accuracy, records and monthly reports and were
impressed with the department as a whole, although there
were a few areas that stood out.
"ASD was the first activity to obtain a perfect score
within the training and security functional area," Ramsey
said. "Our Navy Aviation Logistics Command managed


admission system administrators also did a great job of
making sure maintenance got what they needed from us
in an efficient manner. Material Division also impressed
the inspectors with their high standards of inventory
accuracy and location validity."
Ramsey attributes the department's success to the
improvement of maintenance and work center processes,
improved turnaround times and the ease of communica-
tion between divisions.
"When you have so many dotted lines it's very easy lose
track of what everyone else is doing," Ramsey stated.
"However, when you have the finest team in the fleet,
communication is a lot easier."
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson wasn't at all surprised by Supply Department's
performance. "Supply Department has always performed
at a high level," Dobson said. "They validate the principle
of cost wise readiness."
"I couldn't be prouder of our supply team," said NAS
Jacksonville Supply Officer Cmdr. Frank Sarra. "They set
the standard for the air station in terms of professional-
ism and performance and they realize how important it is
to the warfighter that we get the right part to the right
place at the right cost."


The following are questions and answers from a
recent interview with Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel, commander, Navy Region Southeast
who assumed the position Dec. 9.
Q: How does it
feel to be back in
Jacksonville?
A: It's great to see
familiar faces and
be back in the terri-
tory I'm acquainted
with. I guess your
comfort level goes
up a little when you
come back to a
place you know
your way around,
fully realizing of
course that my new
job has a scope well
beyond Jackson-
ville. Rear Adm. Mark Boensel
Q: What do you
think will be your greatest challenges as Com-
mander, Navy Region Southeast?
A: I think we're still in a transformational mode in
the way we manage shore installations. That will con-
tinue in the context of BRAC and the possibility of
being responsible for geographical areas we weren't
responsible for before. Certainly, this part of the
country has been subject to some natural disaster
issues in the past and the forecasters tell me that we
can expect that to continue for the foreseeable future.
I think those along with the continuing challenges
with budgets and resources will be the biggest things
to look at.
Q: What will your priorities be as CNRSE?
A: Being able to deliver the right amount of readi-
ness at right cost to the fleet is definitely a priority.
We still have work to do in determining the right
amount of readiness as global changes and mission
See BOENSEL, Page 10


Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 5k Run
The NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee
will host a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 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


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Smen's open and women's open with awards for first, second
and third place in each division.
S For more information, call Tim at 5
England at 542-4877.


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FROM THE FLEET


Blue on blue crime is completely unacceptable


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief


As I look back on 2005,
I see our Navy
accomplished great
things around the world. I
often marvel at the awe-
some power of the combat
capabilities we bring to the
global war on terrorism that
is being waged in Iraq and
Afghanistan, and the com-
passion of our people that
continues to show through
in many areas around the
world, including our own
Gulf Coast last year follow-
ing the deadly hurricanes.
I'm most impressed with
almost everything our Navy
accomplishes. However,
there is one thing that
seems to detract from our
long list of accomplish-
ments. It's called blue on
blue crime.
Throughout the year, I
saw too many cases of
Sailors attacking Sailors.
Whether on liberty, under-
way, in our out of uniform, I
can't help but wonder why
some would turn on our
own? Whether it's inten-
tional violence or acts of
hazing, it's completely unac-
ceptable and we need ,to do
better in 2006.
I was raised to respect
those I work with and have
done my level best to live up
to the term shipmate. When
I read about a Sailor who
lost his or her cool and
attacked another Sailor, I
always wonder what could
have been done to prevent
the situation from escalat-
ing. For example, why were
the two Sailors together in
the first place?
It's no secret none of us


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
get along with everyone at
work. However, disliking a
co-worker is not a green
light to attack them. My
gut tells me that if I don't
particularly care for some-
one, I try to avoid situations
that pits us head to head.
I certainly wouldn't go on
liberty with someone I felt
was rude, disrespectful,
careless, etc. Each of us has
the power to choose our own
friends in life and if you are
hanging out with the wrong
people because you feel you
don't have a choice, I'd chal-
lenge you to re-think that
feeling.
While it's true there are
instances of Sailors attack-
ing Sailors at work, it's
more common on liberty. In
the workplace, the attacks
are more psychological than
physical. Demeaning some-
one because they are differ-
ent from you is offensive
and each of us should try to
live to a higher standard.
The golden rule applies:
treat others as you would be
treated!
Shipmates, our actions
carry consequences. When
we choose to engage another
person in a negative way,


others often witness our
behavior and start to make
character judgments. How
do you think others see you?
Would they consider you
rude? Pompous? Aggres-
sive? Angry?
Now and then I believe it's
healthy for all of us to stop
for a moment and think
about this. If you think oth-
ers see you in a less-than-
favorable way, the good
news is we all have the abil-
ity to change. Granted, it
isn't always easy, but it is
often necessary.
Because we all work
together, I truly believe
most issues arise from work.
If you don't get along on the
job, it's tough for me to
think you'll get along with
those people who upset you
on liberty.
Here are a few tips that I
recommend you practice at
work . tips that might
make you a better Sailor
and lower the chance of
your behavior upsetting
those around you:
* Don't have loud telephone
conversations.
* Clean up after yourself -
don't make others clean up
after you.
* Don't show up late for
muster or meetings.
* Don't steal from your co-
workers.
* Try to always say please
and thank you.
* Don't talk behind some-
one's back.
* Don't ask someone to lie
for you.
* Don't blame someone else
when you are at fault.
S* Don't take credit for some-
one else's work.
* Don't try to impose your
opinion on others.


* Don't tell offensive jokes.
* Pull your own weight:
* Don't complain about the
Navy, your supervisor, or co-
workers.
* Don't have a condescend-
ing attitude toward others.
In a perfect world, every-

one would get along and
respect each other, on and
off duty. Unfortunately, we
don't live in a perfect world.
Each of us will encounter
people who annoy us, upset
us, disrespect us, and chal-
lenge us throughout our
lives. When we come in con-
tact with these people, we
have options. The option
that should never be chosen
is to resort to physical vio-
lence. I've never read a
report where I truly
believed a Sailor was in the
right by attacking another -
no matter what the other
Sailor said or did.
Choose your friends wise-
ly and do your level best to
avoid offensive behavior at
work. If you do those
things, and try to, distance
yourself from those people
you don't get along with, I
think you'll find you like the
Navy better and you'll have
fewer confrontations that at
least open the possibility of
violence.
I expect each and every
one of you to live up to our
core values of Honor.
Courage and Commitment.
Keep in mind the golden
rule and always think
before you act. With all of
your help, we can complete-
ly eliminate blue on blue
crime and that would be a
great thing for our Navy.
Happy New Year Ship-
mates!


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MR3 HERTHER SADLER,

i. P \ Job title/command:
NAS Jax Security
Department

Hometown: Cliniton, Tenn.


Family Life: I have a boyfriend in Japan.

Past Duty Stations: Atsugi, Japan

Career Plans: Not sure yet.

Most Interesting Experience: Joining
the Navy and traveling. -

Words of Wisdom: All things through God
are possible.


S.... NCY GRRCIF ,L.,

Job title/command:
Secretary, Defense
Commissary Agency

Hometown: Puerto Rico


Family Life: Married with four children.

SPast Duty Stations: Roosevelt Roads,
SPuerto Rico

I Career Plans: To improve my computer
Skills and to make grade.

Most Interesting Eperience: My PCS
From Puerto Rico to Jacksonville.

SWords of Wisdom: Live your life as
Though today is your last.


Ceremony to honor

Speicher slated for Jan. 17
A ceremony to honor Capt. Scott Speicher will take
place Jan. 17, the 15th anniversary of his disappear-
ance. All Navy active duty, Department of Defense
civilians, retirees and family members are invited to attend
and pay tribute to this local Navy hero.
Speicher is a Jacksonville resident who is listed MIA/cap-
tured and has been missing since Jan. 17, 1991.
The ceremony hosted by the Jacksonville Fire Fighters
and Friends Working to Free Scott Speicher will be held at
the Jacksonville Firefighters Hall at 625 Stockton Street at
7 p.m. For more information, visit http://speichervig-
il2006.mygroupsite.com/ intro.php, or contact Kristi Lade at
Kristi@FreeScottSpeicher.org.

NCLC offers free prep classes
T 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: 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 e-mail jacksonvil-
lenclc@plato.com.


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 J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
StaffWriter J02(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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HS-3 rescues Sailor in Arabian Gulf


From Commander, U.S. Naval
Forces Central Command
Commander, U.S. Fifth Fleet

ANAS Jacksonville-based HS-3
helicopter and boat crews from
SS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN
71) rescued one of the aircraft carri-
er's crewmembers Dec. 18 at approxi-
mately 3 a.m. after the Sailor fell
overboard while the ship conducted
maritime security operations (MSO)
in the Arabian Gulf.


The Sailor fell overboard at approx-
imately 2:15 a.m. during routine
MSO. The ship and aircraft from
Carrier Air Wing 8 (CVW-8) immedi-
ately started rescue operations.
The HS-3 helicopter returned the
Sailor to the deck of the carrier short-
ly after 3 a.m., where medical person-
nel evaluated the Sailor, who was
determined to be in good condition.
Theodore Roosevelt and CVW-8 are
currently deployed to the region con-
ducting maritime security operations


and providing air support for multi-
national ground forces in Iraq.
MSO set the conditions for security
and.stability in the maritime environ-
ment as well as complementing the
counter-terrorism and security efforts
of regional nations.
MSO deny international terrorists
use of the maritime environment as a
venue for attack or to transport per-
sonnel, weapons, or other material.


HS-11 returns from successful training mission


By Lt. j.g. Steve Smith
HS-11 PAO
Recently, the "Dragon-
slayers" of HS-11
returned from a suc-
cessful detachment aboard
USS Enterprise (CVN-65),
taking part in sea trials,
flight deck certification
(FDC) and Tailored Ships
Training Availability
(TSTA) from Oct. 11 to Nov.
22.
HS-11 departed Norfolk
on board USS Enterprise,
which recently came out of
dry dock, and other aircraft
from Carrier Air Wing One
(CVW-1) pounded the carri-
er's flight deck while
renewing their carrier
qualifications and testing
the carrier's new improve-
ments.and upgrades.
At the completion of
FDC, USS Enterprise and
CVW-1 rolled into TSTA
during which more than
1,000 sorties were complet-
ed, proving USS Enterprise
was up to the task.
The Dragonslayers exe-
cuted a myriad of missions,
including plane guard, deck
landing qualifications,


Photo courtesy of HS- 11
An HH-60 Sea Hawk from HS-11 returns from a detachment aboard USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
Nov. 22.


search and rescue (SAR)
investigations, combat
SAR, CATM exercises, and
antisubmarine warfare
training.
Additionally, the HS-11
crew conducted vertical
replenishment missions;
successfully transferring
more than 1,800 cargo pal-.


lets from USNS ships,
allowing USS Enterprise to
return to port earlier than
expected.
The squadron also took
part in several missions
with their fellow CVW-1
squadrons including count-
er targeting and combat
SAR, which tested the flexi-


ability and procedures of the
entire airwing, a true bene-
fit to real-world operations.
With more than 500
mishap-free flight hours
flown during FDC and
TSTA, the Dragonslayers of
HS-11 were more than
ready to perform the mis-
sion.


In Memoriam

MWR Department loses

a co-worker and friend


n Dec. 27,
Julia Caudill,
Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation
(MWR) Department's
passed away after a
courageous battle
with cancer.
Caudill, 36, began
working at the NAS
Jacksonville MWR
Department in 1999
where she oversaw all
aspects of the aquat-
ics program.
"Julie was Miss
Aquatics here. She
was definitely a peo-
ple-person. She would
go out of her way to
do what she could to help
anyone, anytime, any-
place," said MWR Athletic
Director Tim McKinney.
"She took a lot of pride in
our aquatics program and
did a wonderful job. I'm
just sorry that I only got
to work one summer with
her. She will be sorely
missed."'
"I never realized how
much of an asset she was
until she got sick and I
became directly involved
in the aquatics program.
When she was here, I
knew things were going
to get done," said Mc-

Kinney.
"Julie ran the indoor
and outdoor pool pro-
grams, making sure there
were enough lifeguards,
they were properly


Julia Caudill
trained and everyone was
up to par on what they
needed to do in case there
was an emergency," con-
tinued McKinney.
A native of Hinsdale,
Ill., Caudill moved here
from Lombard, Ill. in
1981. She graduated with
a BS/MS from the
University of North
Florida. She was a mem-
ber of Sacred Heart
Catholic Church,
Jacksonville.
Her survivors include
her husband of five years,
Michael Caudill of
Jacksonville, parents,
Luke and Celeste
Reckamp of Ocala, Fla.,
and brothers, Bradley
Reckamp of Jacksonville
and Cmdr. Douglas
Reckamp of Chesapeake,
Va.


Odom retires after 40 years of government service


By Lt. Tony Walters
CPRW-11 PAO


Judy Odom, executive
secretary for
Commander, Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven (CPRW-11), retired
Tuesday after 40 years and
six months of service.
A pillar of CPRW-11 and
the maritime patrol and
reconnaissance force,
Odom's sagely guidance
.has been called upon from
:all levels of leadership.
She has served as the
subject matter expert on
executive procedure, as
.well as counselor, confi-
: dant, and friend to 12 com-
:modores, more than 15
-chief staff officers and
numerous VP leaders, six'
of which have reached flag
rank.
Odom kicked off her civil
service career at the
Veterans Administration
Hospital ini Birmingham,
Ala., moving to Jackson-
ville in 1980. She began
her Navy adventure in
March 1981 when she
,accepted the position of
secretary to the senior
medical officer at the
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Branch Medical
Clinic.
In 1985, Odom trans-
ferred to HS-1 as the com-
manding officer's secretary.
Later that same year she
joined CPRW-11 as the
special projects office sec-
retary where she assisted
in the development and
implementation of the
Mobile Operations Control


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It was in 1987 that she
began her term. as the
executive secretary for
CPRW-11, responsible for
the efficient operations of
the office of the com-
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Odom performed her
duties in an exemplary
and highly professional
manner, serving as the
administrative and proce-
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command.


Her specific achieve-
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improved command effi-
ciency and provided the
backbone for CPRW-11
throughout the years.
CPRW-11 Capt. Dennis
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commodores and chief staff
officers came and went,
Odom provided the cohe-
sive force that made each
transition the smoothest
possible. Her exemplary.
management abilities,
administrative skills, and
demanding high standards


have been crucial to the
superior and efficient oper-
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undoubtedly the most
revered employee at my
command and will be
greatly missed as she
retires."


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sented the Navy Superior
Civilian Service Award for
her accomplishments as
executive secretary.
Other awards and honors
include.two Navy Merit-
orious Civilian Service


awards, 22 Outstanding
Performance awards and
14 Special Act/Service
awards, among others.
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ance serves as the hall-
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An ounce of prevention




equals a... of...

By Chaplain (Lt.) lose Molina
NAS Jax Chapel ag a n u J a n u


(( A pound of cure." It's
true! While living in
e South Florida, I came to
appreciate the wisdom of practicing
good preventive medicine. I was suf-
fering from a pretty nasty pollen
allergy. I finally went to see my doc-
tor. He prescribed some medication to
fix the immediate problem and then
he advised me to start taking Vitamin
C on a daily basis.
The good doctor told me that
Vitamin C is an effective allergy
inhibitor. He didn't understand exact-
ly how it worked once it got into the
body's system but he was confident
that a steady, daily regimen of
Vitamin C would build up my
immune system and I would have less
allergy occurrences. I took his advice
on faith and "religiously" started to
consume the daily dosages. Over a
period of time I experienced less aller-
gy incidents. I was practicing preven-
tive medicine.
There is much to be said about the
value of good preventive medicine.
The by-products of a well-managed
health-maintenance program are
good health, preservation of capital
and added years of good living.
SIf we're smart, we'll practice pre-
ventive maintenance on our vehicles,
on our appliances and how about our
marriages? Well, good preventive
measures (preventive medicine) are
not only good for health and machin-
ery. It is also extremely important for
maintaining good marriages.


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Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
That is why the Command
Religious Program at the NAS Jax
Chapel Center offers the Prevention
and Relationship Enhancement
Program (PREP). PREP is a tried and
proven method for marital/relational
preventive maintenance. This work-
shop is conducted monthly.
What is the purpose of PREP?
Many couples are as committed as
ever at having a successful, happy
relationship, but sometimes they fiiid
attaining that goal difficult. Often
they lack the knowledge and skills
necessary to achieve the relationship
they really want. PREP is designed
to address the following topics:


How to communicate better and
solve problems.
How to handle disagreements and
conflict.
How to promote a sense of work-
ing as a team.
Why men and women communi-
cate differently.
How to keep friendship, fun and
intimacy alive.
How to strengthen your commit-
ment to each other. ",.
Chaplains and marital counselors
many times must intervene during
times of marital crisis. PREP can and
will prevent that from occurring if its
principles are faithfully applied.
If you are married, I strongly
encourage you to attend PREP, even if
all is going fine. It's good preventive
medicine. If you are a department or
section head, I encourage you to allow
your personnel the time-off to take
advantage of this opportunity. It's an
investment with long-term benefits.
Schedule of classes for 2006
Jan. 30-31 and Feb. 27-28, 10 a.m. -
4 p.m.
Classes will be held at the Chapel
Center (Building 751) and may
require TAD orders for service mem-
bers (check with your command and
bring the orders to class).
Civilian attire, please. Civilian
employees are welcome. Engaged
couples encouraged to attend. Call
542-3051 to make your reservation.


Safe driving means no traffic violations


By David Colburn
NAS:Jax Safety Office
AS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
cares about your safety and
wants to change the way you drive to
make you a safe driver.
We, have so many wrecks on this
station that stem from pure, unadul-


terated, carelessness, it's.. the words
just fail me! You are not obeying basic
rules of the road, much less, the writ-
ten traffic laws.
You are running STOP signs, and
getting into wrecks.
You are running red lights and
getting into wrecks.
You are changing lanes without
looking, and getting into wrecks.


You. are turning from the wrong
lane, and getting into wrecks.
Do you see the pattern?
Everyone needs to obey the traffic
laws. The NAS Jax Security.
Department is cracking down on traf-
fic law violators. Let's take STOP
signs as an example; it's not like


FASOTRAGRULANT Det

Jax selects Sailor of the Year
From FASOTRAGRULANT Detjax
SW1(AW/NAC) Gregory Baker has been selected
the Sailor of the Year 2005 for Fleet Aviation
specialized Operations Training Group Atlantic
(FASOTRAGRULANT) Detachment Jax.
A native of Jacksonville and 1989 graduate of Middle-
burg High
School, he
the Navy in "2
February .i' .
.1991, com-
pleting basic h' .
training at
Great Lakes, n ti'
Ill. Baker :-
graduated
from Naval
Aircrew-man
Candidate
School and
Rescue
Swimmer
School in AWl (AW/NAC) Gregory Baker
Pensacola. He then completed Aviation Warfare Systems
Operator "A" school in Millington, Tenn.
During his career he has been assigned to HS-7 and
as an instructor at Commander, Helicopter
Antisubmarine Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Surface Rescue
Swimmer School where he earned his master training
specialist designation. He then transferred to HS-3, fol-
lowed by his tour at FASOTRAGRULANT Detachment
Jax where he is currently serving as the undersea war-
fare leading petty officer, safety petty officer; master
training specialist coordinator, First Class Association
president, CPR instructor and Morale, Welfare and
Recreation president.
Baker recently earned his emergency medical techni-
cian certification and made the president's list at
Florida Community College at Jacksonville with a 4.0
grade point average. He has also accumulated more
than 3,000 hours bf flight time in the SH-3H and SH-
60F/H aircraft.
Baker was selected as FASOTRAGRULANT
Detachment Jacksonville's Sailor of the Half Year for
the Second Half of 2005 and Sailor of the Year for 2005.





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6 JaxAIr HNWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 5, 2006


Alberto Castillo, a Navy retiree, bench presses a combined 180 pounds during his Dec. 14 workout in the newly
equipped free weight room at the base gym.


(Above) NAS Jacksonville Morale, Recreation and Welfare Recreational Aid Cathy Tatum watches as AW1(AW)
Fernando Padilla signs in at the Base Gym Dec. 14.
(At right) NAS Jacksonville Morale, Recreation and Welfare Athletic Director Tim McKinney, a certified personal
trainer, shares some pointers about the newly installed equipment with AW1 Fernando Padilla of VP-30. Padilla, an
avid fitness enthusiast works out every day at the base gym.


Base gym


rings in new



year with new


equipment


B~Miriam S. Gallet
Editbr
H cooking for a place to ful-
fill your New Year's
weight and fitness reso-
ons? Perhaps a visit to the
n ly equipped, full-scale NAS
J* sonville Morale, Welfare and
Creation (MWR) Department
Ginnasium is the answer to
k ping those 2006 fitness-relat-
ec solutions alive.
located in Building 614, on the
corner of Gillis Street and
Enterprise Avenue, this multi-
pipose facility offers a wide vari-
et, of exercise equipment and
courts and serves a varied cus-
tomer base. "Our gym is a co-ed,
health and fitness facility, which,
provides some of the finest, most
adgVanced equipment for our serv-
ice members and other author-
ized patrons," said Tim McKinney,
MWR Department athletic direc-
tor and facility manager. "Sailors
will find that our new equipment
enables them to vary their work-
outs resulting in maximum effec-
tiveness."/
"Wi th personal readiness at the
top of the Chief of Naval Opera-
tions' list, there are far more rea-
sons to start an exercise program
today than there are excuses not
to," he added.
In addition to the free weight
and cardiovascular rooms, the
gym also has a basketball court,
three racquetball courts, a mas-
sage therapist and an Olympic
size swimming pool, which offers
adult lap and open recreational
swimming, swimming lessons and
water aerobics. The pool also
serves as a training facility for
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the search and rescue school and
the command's personal readi-
ness test.
The newly installed cardio and
free weights equipment affords
Sailors and other patrons all of
the benefits of similar equipment
found at private facilities. Also,
perfectly located for a relaxing
experience after a good workout
are the steam and sauna rooms in
the men and women's locker
rooms. With the exception of a
nominal fee for water aerobics
classes and massages, Sailors and
other authorized patrons have
free use of the facility and all of
its equipment. The gym also has
a fast growing Pro Shop, selling
various sport oriented drinks,
aquatic merchandise and NAS
Jax T-shirts and serves as the
center for all intramural sports,
seasonal sports gear rental and
picnic areas rental.
"Our fitness and intramural
sports program run by the gym
staff exists to improve the quality
of life of our Sailors. Further-
more, it contributes to the opera-
tional effectiveness of our base
and the Navy," explained Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn, NAS Jackson-
ville executive officer.
The gym is also responsible for
posting the heat index flag out-
side its main entrance during the
summer months.
"We post the flags based on the
Naval Atlantic Meteorological
and Oceanographic Facility's Wet
Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT)
readings," stated McKinney.
"In the summer, we take hourly
WBGT readings between the
hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Based
op those readings, we post the


HM3 Danielle Rexmick of Naval Hospital Branch Clinic Jacksonville runs indoors on a newly installed treadmill.


appropriate heat index flag,"
explained Cathy Tatum, lead
recreational aid at the gym.
Four different colored flags are
used to warn fitness enthusiasts
of the present heat index. The
black flag flies when the WBGT
has reached a dangerous level,
and people should curtail strenu-
ous activities. A red flag calls for
extreme caution; yellow repre-
sents caution and a green flag
tells you that all is safe. These
flags are only an indicator of the
heat and humidity index on any
given day. "Never exercise out-
doors if the flag is black,"
McKinney said emphatically.
According to NAS Jax
Command Master Chief,
CMDCM(AW) Chris Green, the
gym is one of the most important
places for a Sailor to patronize.
"A fit Sailor is an effective asset
to NAS Jax, to the Navy and to
Vheir families," remarked Green.


"Our base gym serves our mem-
bers 24/7 and the staff ensures
the facility is adequately equip-
ped and manned."
Built in 1946, the gymnasium
was the site for the Navy's search
and rescue program until the mid-
'70s, when it became a multi-pur-
pose gymnasium. Currently, the
facility serves an average of
20,000 active duty members a
month. "Presently, the chain of
command is working on getting a
military construction project
approved for a new multi-million
dollar facility," said McKinney.
"The NAS Jax MWR Gym is one
of the busiest base gyms in the
entire Navy and our facility is
very old. It's time for a new home."

Fleet Aviation
Specialized Operation
Training Group employee
Jaquetta Wells works out in one of
he new machines at the base gymi







JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 5, 2006 7


Jacob Butacan, a lifeguard at the base indoor pool, practices his swim-
ming skills.


NAS Jacksonville Morale, Welfare and Recreation Aerobics Instructor Eva Pittsinger teaches a water aerobics class
at the indoor pool.







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Dolores Gong (left) and Sherry Cape
enjoy a spin on the new Life Cycles at the base gym.


Sailors from various commands aboard NAS Jacksonville enjoy a game of basketball during
their lunch hour Dec. 14.







8 IaxAlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 5, 2006


Photo courtesy of VP-30
Twenty-four Sailors from VP-30 display their frocking letters after their frocking ceremony. Front row, from left, AT3 Virginia
Hernandez, YN3(SW) Ta'Landa Young, SK3 Tiffany Gill, AT3 Jennifer Lawson, and PS3 Maryann Casanada. Back row, from
left, AE3 Joshua Davis, AM3 Christopher Runge, AE2(AW) Darick Yelder, PR3 Stephen Ferguson, AE2 Aaron Beasley, AE3
Grant Johnson, AD3 Victor Verdejo, AD3 Carlos Camacho, AO1 Mark Givens, AM2 Joseph Elliott, AM2(AW) Nhan Quan,
AM2 Nichol Bodenstein, HM2 Travis Salazar, PR3 Michael Ware, AE3 William Jensen, SK3 Tavarus Simon, AT3 Daniel Baker,
AM1 Jason Hartwick and AW1 Nicholas Francis.



VP-30 frocks 24 Sailors


From staff
On Dec. 1, VP-30 Commanding
Officer Capt. Tim Brewer
frocked his standout perform-
ers during a ceremony at the VP-30
auditorium. The Sailors proudly
received their frocking letters author-
izing them to wear the uniform of the
next higher pay grade in front of a
capacity audience of officers, fellow
Sailors and family members.
The following Sailors were frocked


to their new paygrade:
AE3 Joshua Davis
AM3 Christopher Runge
AE2(AW) Darick Yelder
PR3 Stephen Ferguson
AE2 Aaron Beasley
AE3 Grant Johnson
AD3 Victor Verdejo
AD3 Carlos Camacho
AO1 Mark Givens
AM2 Joseph Elliott
AM2(AW) Nhan Quan
AM2 Nichol Bodenstein


HM2 Travis Salazar
PR3 Michael Ware
AE3 William Jensen
SK3 Tavarus Simon
AT3 Daniel Baker
AM1 Jason Hartwick
AW1 Nicholas Francis
AT3 Virginia Hernandez
YN3(SW) Ta'Landa Young
SK3 Tiffany Gill
AT3 Jennifer Lawson
PS3 Maryann Casanada


'Nightdipper' maintenance at sea: No helos, no heroes


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
T he capability of the "Nightdip-
pers" to complete any of their
core missions, which include
search and rescue and anti-subma-
rine warfare, depends upon the main-
tainers' ability to keep the HS-5 air-
craft up and flying. With HS-5 recent-
ly spending time at sea, all squadron
personnel had the opportunity to
practice their professions under chal-
lenging conditions, specially, the
Sailors assigned to the maintenance
:department.
SHS-5 Maintenance Department
stands as one of the squadron's most
integral assets, both at sea and at
home. Much like the rest of the com-
ionents on board the ship, the main-
tenance department uses the time at
"sea during the pre-deployment cycle
:to fine-tune their procedures. The
work-ups provide excellent training
for the maintainers, giving them time
to learn the ins and outs of working


with the carrier and its assets. These
work-up cycles may involve some
growing pains, but according to ATCS
Scott Schuberg, "on cruise, life
becomes routine and everything final-
ly clicks."
The difficulties of maintaining air-
craft at sea include most of those
encountered on land, with some addi-
tional factors. Howling winds and
rough sea encountered underway con-
tinually wear on the aircraft. These
corrosive environmental conditions
require that maintainers pay con-
stant attention to every minute detail
on the helicopters. Additionally, the
maintenance workload increases due
to mandatory at sea inspections.
Another obstacle is the additional
time each evolution takes on board a
carrier.
A requirement also exists for
squadron personnel to maintain an
Alert 30 and Alert 60 on the carrier.
The safety of the Sailors aboard the
ship depends on these alerts, both in
the case of a man overboard' or a


potential medical evacuation.
Maintaining properly operating air-
craft for these alerts requires perse-
verance, dedication, and flawless tim-
ing on the part of the maintenance
department. They must meticulously
coordinate daily inspections and rou-
tine maintenance amidst the
demands of the flight schedule and
the alerts.
AD1 Lester Strickland estimates
that "an evolution that takes 15 min-
utes to accomplish on the beach can
easily take an hour and a half on the
boat." This is mostly due to the intri-
cate coordination that is required
between the ship's operations depart-
ment and Nightdipper maintenance
personnel.
One benefit HS-5 possesses under-
way, however, is that the maintenance
personnel are at their disposal twen-
ty-four hours a day. According to
Strickland, "working more hours does
not really matter when you work
where you live."


Photo courtesy ofVP-5
A group of children enjoy a visit with Santa during the
CPRW-11 Children's Holiday Party Dec. 3 at Hangar
1000.


CPRW-11 sponsors


children's party


By Lt. j.g. Paul White
VP-5 PAO

The holidays came a little early this year for the
families of CPRW-11 when VP-5 hosted the
annual CPRW-11 Children's Holiday Party
Dec. 3 at Hangar 1000. For this special occasion, the
P-3's that normally occupy the space were moved out
to make room for a multitude of rides, games and
holiday arts and crafts.
"All of the CPRW-11 squadrons wanted to get
together to do something special and fun with their
families this holiday season," explained SKC Athea
Campbell.
CPRW-11 commands, including VP-5, VP-16, VP-45
and Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
Jacksonville collaborated to make this event a suc-
cess.
Approximately 150 children and parents enjoyed
themselves during the event as children rode the kid-
die train, bounced around in the moonwalk, had their
face painted, listened to music, made holiday arts
and crafts and visited with jolly old Saint Nick him-
self.
Presents were given to those children who were on
the "good list" as well. There were also two fire
engines on display for the children to tour, courtesy
of the NAS Jacksonville Fire Department.
Patents also delighted in the holiday atmosphere,
watching their children play while eating cookies and
visiting with friends. According to VP-5's Command
Services Officer Lt. Matt Totoro, the kids' holiday
party turned out great. "All CPRW-11 commands and
staff contributed to the effort. It was a lot of hard
work, but the true reward was seeing the smiles on
all of the children's faces."


Sailors receive surprise gifts at the VR-58 Christmas Party


By Lt. Eric Ascheman
VR-58 PAO
T he "Sunseekers" of
VR-58 showed up in
mass at The Zone
Dec. 10 looking forward to
some camaraderie and a
great meal, and a few came
away with much more than
they expected.
.The VR-58's Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
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finest Sailors for the Year
are AT1Wulf Werner and
AM1 Leyton Saunders. VR-
58's Junior Sailors of the
Year are AD1 Cassandra
Farmer and AE3 Scott
Nelson.


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By Lt. James Wyman
VS-22 PAO
After spending two
consecutive Decem-
bers at sea, the
"Checkmates" were able to
celebrate this holiday sea-
son with two parties, one for
the grownups and one for
the kids.
On Dec. 1, the
Checkmates rang in the sea-
son with a night out at the
Hilltop Restaurant in
Orange Park.
Lt. James Mueller, VS-22's
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) officer,
says the evening went well
thanks to the hard work of a
number of people, especially
the MWR Committee and
First Class Association.
The MWR Committee
helped with the general
coordination of the event,
and the First Class
Association did all the
ground work, from scouting
and selecting a location, to
arranging and setting up all
the decorations on the night
of the event.
Mueller especially would
like to thank AM1(AW) Ivan
Arredondo, PR1(AW/SW)
Matthew Hughes, AT1(AW)
Cesar Jimenez and
AD1(AW/SW) Camanche
Vasquez for their assistance.
An early highlight of the
evening was a performance
by VS-22's resident band,
SFO. SFO puts on a great
show and that night was no
exception. Playing original
songs in a variety of genres,


VS-32 plane captains contribute


to record setting performance


Photo courtesy of'VS-22
A group of children rush to greet Santa after he deplanes
from a VS-22 S-3B at the holiday party.


the band features the tal-
ents of CSSA Jacob Settle
on the drums, AM3 Nicholas
Swafford on the bass, AM2
Paul Holladay on lead gui-
tar and the charisma of
front man and rhythm gui-
tarist AO2 Wayne Toth.
The squadron spared no
expense making the evening
a success, spending more
than $12,000 on the event,
some of which was raised by
the MWR Committee and
the command's Auxiliary
Resale Outlet.
VS-22 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Douglas
Heady, aided by emcee Lt.
Eric Krause, gave away
$3,000 in gifts, including
$1,800 worth of donations
from local businesses, which
were solicited by the VS-22
Officers' Spouses' Club.
The big winner of the
evening was ADAN Gregory
Terrell, last quarter's Plane
Captain of the Quarter, who
walked away with a 20"
Sanyo LCD TV.
After the prizes were
given away Heady had a few
surprise announcements.
Taking full advantage of the
Command Advancement
Program, Heady advanced
ADAN Robi Ramos to AD3,
AM3 Paul Holladay was
advanced to AM2 and SK2
Vernet Tima was advanced
to SK1. Ramos was also


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named VS-22's 2005 Junior
Sailor of the Year.
The children's Christmas
party proved highly success-
ful as well, as families of
VS-31 and the VS-24 wives
and children, whose hus-
bands are currently
deployed also participated.
The First Class
Association organized a
great afternoon for the kids.
Three inflatable jumpers,
toy bowling sets, indoor soc-
cer, and coloring paper and
bubble wrap taped to the
floor ensured that there was
plenty to do for kids of all
ages.
Christmas classics played
on a TV while guests
enjoyed pizza, cookies, cup-
cakes and other treats.
The real fun began with,
Santa Claus flying by in a
S-3B flown by VS-22 Pilot
Lt. j.g. Jason Tarrant and
VS-22 Executive Officer
Cmdr. Paul Foster.
The children lined up out-
side the hangar to watch
Santa taxi up and step out
of his ride. Unable to con-
tain their excitement,
dozens of children rushed
out.to greet Santa and ask
for a hug.
After they settled down,
Santa sat down next to the
Christmas tree and handed
out presents to all the chil-
dren.


Hospital and Branch Clinics
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 specific contraindications
for both forms of the vaccine at the clinics
before it is administered.


By Lt. j. g. Colin Bernard
VS-32 PAO
The "Maulers" of VS-32 contributed to
a record-setting performance during
their recent Tailored Ship Training
Availability (TSTA) workup period com-
pleted by Carrier Air Wing One. Through
the entire cycle, the Maulers completed
165 sorties.
While every member of the squadron
should be commended and applauded for
their efforts, the squadron's plane captains
were the catalysts for the superior per-
formance. Their professionalism and apti-
tude enabled the squadron to safely and
successfully complete evolutions that pro-
pelled the Maulers into the later stages of
work-ups and deployment.
The plane captain program provides an
opportunity of responsibility that few can
match. The qualifications of each plane
captain are vital to the successful and safe
flight operations of each squadron. As a
result, a comprehensive plane captain pro-
gram is essential to safe and efficient
squadron flight operations.
Due to the high degree of responsibility
attached to this assignment, care must be
exercised in selecting plane captain candi-
dates to ensure they possess sufficient
mechanical ability, personal integrity, and
motivation to accept this responsibility.
A broad and comprehensive formal and
on-the-job-training program is necessary to
ensure only the most qualified individuals
are designated as plane captains.
VS-32 Maintenance Officer Lt. Cmdr.
Rob Patrick and Division Officer Lt. Aaron
Massey lead the plane captains and mem-
bers of the line division and are both are
equally impressed by the hard work of
each plane captain.
"I couldn't be prouder of the performance
of the line division on TSTA. I expect con-
tinued greatness from them all in the
future," Patrick said.
While -Massey stated, "Seeing so many
members of the line division earn awards

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very rewarding. This division is the back-
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there would be no launches or recoveries.
Several plane captains who performed
extraordinarily well on TSTA were AE3
Joseph Keene, AN Evelia Mendoza and AN
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with professionalism, stressing the impor-
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their fellow flight deck personnel.
Keene, who was recently recognized as
the Mauler Plane Captain of the Yeargaid,
"The responsibility of being a plane 'ap-
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Keene was truly a mentor to each of the
new, inexperienced plane captains. He pro-
vided the example necessary for success.
Mendoza and Smiley experienced their
first major flight operations on board an
aircraft carrier. They recently finished
their training and are now responsible for
the aircraft, as well as their subordinates
in the squadron. It was a major transition.
Smiley noted the fast pace of boat opera-
tions saying, "The boat is up-tempoi-You
have to be safe on land, however safety on
the boat is the primary concern for you and
your shipmates."
According to Mendoza, "Being a plane
captain is a huge responsibility, but it is
rewarding at the same time. In training,
you don't realize the importance of being a
plane captain. After finally becoming one
you realize how important you are to all
flight operations."
This responsibility is evident to all air-
crew as well. Mauler pilot Lt. John Hilburn
said, "Brownshirts are the heart and soul
of the flight deck."
The recent actions by the VS-32 plane
captains were instrumental to results that
were second to none. Each maintained the
high standards and effort that has been a
staple throughout the Mauler community.

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FASOTRAGRULANT announces awardees for 2005


From FASOTRAGRULANT
Det jax
Fleet Aviation Specialized
Operations Training Group
Atlantic (FASOTRAGRU-
LANT) announces the selection of
their Military and Civilian
Instructors of the Year and the
Civilian of the Half Year and
Year.
The instructors of the year also
competed in Norfolk, Va., against
all other FASO sites, including
FASO Cherry Point, N.C.; FASO
Brunswick, Maine; FASO Norfolk,
Va.; and FASO Jacksonville.
AW1(AW) Anjenelle Christen-
sen of FASOTRAGRULANT De-
tachment Jacksonville was select-
ed as the Military Instructor of
the Year for FASOTRAGRULANT
and the FASOTRAGRULANT
Detachment Jax Military In-
structor of the Year.
Christensen has been on board
for only 11 months and has
accomplished her qualification as
master training specialist, sexual
assault victim intervention com-
mand liaison, international mili-
tary student officer; Morale,


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AWl Anjenelle Christensen Roy Brooks


Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
treasurer, training administra-
tion leading petty officer and an
instructor.
She personally taught 13 class-
es graduating 66 students and
provided 2,200 academic hours.
Christensen also has completed
24 semester hours toward a bach-
elor's degree in work force educa-
tion and curriculum development
at Southern Illinois and Southern
New Hampshire Universities.
FASOTRAGRULANT Detach-
ment Jax's Civilian Instructor of
the Year is Roy Brooks.
Brooks was previously qualified


as a master training specialist
and has instructed 27 courses
involving 31 weeks of podium
time in Maintenance Control,
VIDS/SCIR, Logs and Records,
Aircraft Weight and Balance, IMA
Work Center Management and
IMA Production Control.
Janet Seffens has been selected
as FASOTRAGRULANT Detach-
ment's Jax's Civilian of the Half
Year. Seffens personally taught
17 classes graduating 129 stu-
dents.
She was selected to pilot the
IMA Material Control course and
the newly developed Optimized


Janet Seffens
Organizational Maintenance
Activity Material Control course.
Seffens has served as the presi-
dent of the Florida Gators
Booster Club for the University
of Florida.
This year's FASOTRAGRU-
LANT Detachment Jax Civilian
of the Year is Joanne Gomez.
Gomez is the administrative
department head, legal officer,
manpower officer, National
Security Personnel System site
coordinator and educational serv-
ices officer.
She has prepared more than
150 pieces of official correspon-


Joanne Gomez
dence, more than 30 awards, mul-
tiple advancement and reenlist-
ment documents and more than
50 military and civilian perform-
ance evaluations.
Gomez has also assisted the fis-
cal department with the imple-
mentation of the new Defense
Travel System and their annual
inventory.
Gomez recently received her 10-
year Career Service Recognition
Award.
She is also a Jacksonville
Jaguars volunteer at Alltel
Stadium in support of the detach-
ment's MWR program.


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The kind of services we pro- 7ltriu to Wellne
vide and the extent to which
we provide them also will 7:50-S:30 Health-itness Assessment (HFA)
evolve. On the resource side, 9:30-11:00 Eating for Health
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Q: What kind of 3:004:00 How to choose the right athletic-shoe
changes do you see com-
ing down the pipe that
will affect the average Jan. 25
Sailor?
A: The average Sailor will 8:00-10:00 Shop for Health iCmrn sary
see a lot more responsibility \100-11:00 Change: Why it ito hard?
put on them individually for
their development. This goes 11:00-:00 Lunch (Sweet ToBatesoran your
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that we have mature adults
that can take responsibility
for their careers and selves.
We need to assist service Helig out
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and ensure their well-being
is looked after.
As far as career planning
and development goes, a lot
more focus will be put on
individual to track their own
development and ensure
that they're doing the things
the ought to be doing.
Q: In closing, what
would you like to say to
the Sailors and Marines
of the Southeast Region?
A: Navy Region Southeast
plays a vital role in our
country's ability to defend
itself, It's an impressive 'Photo by Sharon Parson
organization due, in large AMC Michael Fiordiliso (left) and ATC Kenneth Kilday
part, to your dedication to (wearing a flight suit) of VP-16 were among other Sailors
duty. who assisted in an automobile accident on US-17 in
I look forward to facing November. The accident took place near NAS
the challenges that lie Jacksonville.
ahead with all of you.

FFSC offers educational and support programs
T he NAS Jacksonville Program Workshop (sepa- Workshop (retiring)
Fleet and Family rating) Jan. 24, 9 a.m.- Anger
Support Center Jan. 10, 9 a.m.- Stress Management Workshop
(FFSC) Life Skills Management Workshop For further information
Education and Support Jan. 23-26 Transition or to register, call 542-2766,
Program is the foremost Assistance Program Ext. 127.


preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
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to study for advancement
exams and warfare qualifi-
cation boards. There were
nine Sailors promoted to
E4, 17 to E5 and three to
E6 as well as 62 newly
qualified enlisted air war-
fare specialists. Reinforcing
their dedication to service


and country, 58 Sailors
reenlisted on deployment
for a grand total of
$137,000 tax free reenlist-
ment bonuses.
The level of devotion dis-
played by every VP-45
Sailor has made a differ-
ence throughout the globe.
"I could not be prouder of
the men and women ofVP-


45," said VP-45
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
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every challenge placed
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Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).



For more information-on fitness and athletics call 542-
3518/3229.
Martin Luther King 5K Fun Run
Jan. 11, 8 a.m.
Perimeter Road
Call 542-3239 for more details.

"Starting it off Right"Aerobathon Jan. 26
Fitness Source
Two-and-a-half-hour variety aerobic class.
Call 542-3518 for more details.



For more information about I.TT trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
Daytona 500 Keech Box Tickets on sale
Jan. 13, 9 a.m.
$135
Maximum ticket limit of four per person.

Kennedy Space Center
Jan. 14
Adults $50, children 3-11, $40

Sterling Casino Cruise in Port Canaveral
Jan. 22
$13.50



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 detail at 542-
3491.
Dart Tournament
Tonight, 7 p.m.
Liberty Cove


Last Buck BBQ
Jan. 11, 5 p.m.
Liberty Cove


Santa is found!












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Photo byJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
AWAN Ryan Johnson receives a $250 cash award from
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
on behalf of the Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department. Johnson solved the mystery of the missing
Santa. Each day, from Dec. 1-12, a new letter was strategi-
cally posted as a hint for the hiding place of Old Saint
Nick. Since most of the letters spelled out word fragments
or acronyms, Johnson faced a challenge. Three of the let-
ters spelled "VAN," and another three spelled "MWR."
When Johnson learned that MWR Director John Bushick
owned a van, all he had to do was look beneath it to find
Santa Claus.


Jacksonville Barracudas Trip
Jan. 12
$5
Sign-up in Liberty Cove.

New Orleans Weekend Trip
Feb. 17-20
$120
Includes transportation and three nights lodging.


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office at 542-3041.


Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Four Brothers (R)


TRAFFIC: Violators beware! It could cost you!


From Page 5

when I was in Costa Rica where the
native population says, "That's just a
suggestion."
Here you will come to a complete
stop; your vehicle is no longer moving
forward and you look both ways. After
that, if there is no risk of a wreck, you
can resume your forward motion.
During a random traffic check a couple
of days ago, we found that only 61 per-


cent of you actually stop at intersec-
tions with posted STOP signs.
In town violation of a STOP sign will
get points against your license (read
that as driving privileges) and a fine of
about $120. At NAS Jax, you will get
points against your station driving
privileges and you will attend the
Station Safety Department's Driver
Improvement (DIP) course.
When you run a red light out in
town, it will get you points and a fine


of about $180.
Oh, by the way, our AAA-DIP is
eight hours long and there is a test.-If
you flunk the test, you have to take
the class again. One individual
flunked the test twice. That's 24 hours
in the classroom, before passing the
test. What would your supervisor say
if you spent three days in a classroom
because you got a ticket? Think about
it before you break the rules!


Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 5, 2006 11

Saturday, 5 p.m. Just Like Heaven (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. The Skeleton Key (R)
Jan. 13, 7 p.m. The Exorcism of Emily Rose (R)
Jan. 20, 7 p.m. -A Sound of Thunder (PG-13)
Jan. 21, 5 p.m. March of the Penguins (G)
Jan. 21, 7 p.m. The Brothers Grimm (PG-13)
Jan. 27, 7 p.m. Dukes of Hazzard (PG-13)



For more information about the marina, please call 542-
3260.
Every Thursday free kayak/canoe rental for active-duty



For more information on the golf course, please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Jan. 10 and Jan. 24 for active-duty.
Jan. 12 and Jan. 26 for retirees and Department of
Defense (DoD) personnel.

Day & Nite Golf Tournament
Saturday, 4 p.m. shotgun start
$35 military/DoD, $45 civilian guests



For more information on the flying club, please call 777-
8549 or 777-6035.
Private Ground School begins Jan. 9
$365 per person
Includes books and instruction.
Ground School Classes are located on the second deck of
the Auto Skills Center, Building 27. The Flying Club is
located at Building 847A on the north side of base.


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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Children enjoy brownies after the Christmas Program.


From left, Dane LaRocque (4), Jenna Peterson (5) and
Jordan Griffin (5) don some holiday attire as they sing
along with their classmates during the annual Child
Development Center's Christmas Program for family
members and friends Dec. 14.


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A group of preschoolers from the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Child Development Center
perform during their annual Christmas Program Dec. 14. After the program, the guests and the children were served
brownies and juice.


COMMUNITY CnLENDAR'


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meet-
ings are held the second
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive,
Orange Park. For more informa-
tion, call 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship 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 e-mail
commodore @njyc.org.
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 from 10-11 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 Nitf
Out and family outings. FOf1
information, contact Angela
Adams.at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com '
The Association of
Aviation Ordnancemen'A
meeting is held the thirl
Thursday at 7 p.m. of eact]
month at the Fleet Reservg
Center on Collins Road. Fct
more information, call A0t
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 informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends
an open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at-the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Offi-
cers Association holds its
monthly meeting on the fourth
Thursday each month at 5:3C
p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union St.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact,
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington ai
542-7715, Ext. 102 or emai
Herlena.Washington @sar.med
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road
Riders Association, Chaptei
FL1-X meets on the firs
Wednesday of each month a
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral
582 Blanding Blvd. The "Wing.
nutts" invite all those interested
in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a week)
*gettogether at the Dairy Queer
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 o,
visit www.fllx.org.


A special donation


Photo by 01 Mike England
FC2 James Fortney of the NAS jax Command Master
Chief's office presents Greater Area Jacksonville USO
Executive Director K.C. McCarty one of several stuffed
animals to be given to military children in need during
the holiday season Dec. 12. The USO helps Sailors and
their families throughout the year, most recently the
USO donated gift certificates for the Thanksgiving and
Christmas Food Baskets through the NAS Jax Food
Locker.


UMUC offers classes here
University of Maryland University College (UMUC)
has served the educational needs of the U.S. mili-
tary for more than 50 years, and is proud to be a
member of the Navy College Program Distance Learning
Partnership (NCPDLP).
NCPDLP is a Navy initiative to have colleges and uni-
versities work together to provide you with an education
path from Navy "A" school to a bachelor's degree.
Undergraduate degrees are available in 19 majors.
Regular registration ends Jan. 12 for the spring term
and March 15 for the mid-spring term. Drop by and see
the UMUC field representative at the Navy College
Office on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. He
may also be reached via email at jherald@umuc.edu or by
phone at 610-4361.


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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, scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for indi-
viduals to officiate 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, 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 provid-
ed as well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times.


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It you have run in a sanctioned race and your time meets thE
regional qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K- Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the sports articles, call Bil
Bonser, sports coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, e-mai
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.
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Annual Jingle Bell Jog brings out the runners
IBy Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer


Cmdr. Drew Kenny of VP-30
comes in first in the men's
military category with a time
of 18:58.


W ith bells on their
toes, 154 runners
turned out for the
annual 5K Jingle Bell Jog
at NAS Jacksonville Dec.
14. As the group gathered
at the starting line, they
excitedly jingled down the
road after getting the sig-
nal to "go." With the tem-
peratures in the 60s under
cloudy skies, the runners
kept up the pace down
Perimeter Road and back.
Before the event, Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR) staff
members provided each
runner with jingle bells
and a T-shirt.
Taking first in the men's
open category was John
Metzgar coming in at
17:24, followed by Brett
Beisker at 20:37 and Keith
Poythress at 20:53.
In the men's military
category, Cmdr. Drew
Kenny of VP-30 placed
first with a time of 18:58.
ET2 Larry Smith of Fleet
Area Control and


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
On your mark, get set, go! Participants in the Jingle Bell Jog take off from the starting line during the annual event Dec. 14.


Surveillance Facility Jax
took second coming in at
19:14 and HM1 Jacen
Mapes of the Naval Air
Reserve Center Jax took
third with a time of 19:58.
Christine Bell of Branch
Medical Clinic Jax took
first in the women's open


category coming across the
finish line at 21:57.
Placing second was Paula
Burch of Naval Hospital
Jax at 25:08, followed by
Katie Mathison of MWR at
25:35.
In the women's military
category, ADAA Jodi


Briscoe of Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance'
Detachment Jacksonville
placed first with a time of
23:45. She was followed by
A02 Natalie Cebular of
VP-5 who came in at 24:45
and PS2 Patricia Tracey of
Naval Air Reserve Center


Jax with a time of 25:48.
The next run coming up
is a Martin Luther King Jr.
5K Run Jan. 11 at 8 a.m.
followed by the annual
Navy Run in April. For
more information, call the
gym at 542-3239.


ADAA lodi Briscoe of
Aircraft Intermediate Main-
tenance Detachment lax
placed first in the military
women's category with a
time of 23:45.


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400 Apartments
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40SApartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
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415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
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445 Storage/Mini-
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450 Management/Rental
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405 Apartments
Unfurnished

ARL 1BR,WW cpt, AC,
no pets, kit. eqpt, $375nm.
724- 7651







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(904) 3846151
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Avondale 2/1, 2nd floor
1000sf, cov. parking
remod. all furn/app. Nr
St.Vinc $750m. 387-2833
Beaches TH 2/2, loft,
pool,'wdhu, Sm Pets ok.
$810mo + sec. back-
ground check 241-8706
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REF REQUIRED S595 778 2897


410 Condominiums
SOUTHSIDE new unfurn,
2/2 $1150mo. viewed at
www.liveavanti.com
Call 904-759-0122
TOWNHOME, NEW
NEAR JAX AIRPORT
2 BDRM, EACH W/
PRIVATE BATH, 1/2
BATH DWNSTAIRS,
APPLIANCES INCLUDED,
$950MO,
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912-576 1142/674-4579
W'SIDE 2/2 Lux Water-
front, Nr Riverside, free
boat dockage, $895m
incl. water, sewer,
garbage. 757-0775

415 Houses
41520 UFurnished

2 NHEW 3/2
2 Car Garage,
S$1095, 18 minutes
Mayport, 15 min-
utes, Downtown Jack-
sonville, 10 minutes,
Reegncy Mall, 2 miles
of2 9A, 904-382-1758

420 Houses
Unfurnished

ALT BCH 3/2, newly
renov, close to bch,
ICW, Ig yd, crprt, stor-




ARGYLE 1800sf, 2 story,
great schools, beauti-
ul house, pool &
jacuzzi, $1250 652-4724
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT RM, FPLC
REF REQUIRED $995 77S.2897

ARGYLE 8121 Boones-



Sfireplace, indoor
laundry room $875
a month, $800 deposit
call 779-1918. Officially
reassigned.
ARL 7327 Merrlll Rd.,
Resid/Ofc. space for
rent. 755-4448
Arlington Zbr/lba 1120sf
$1200 mo. or rent to own.
Jill Carver 904-501-3245
,4 ATLANTIC BEACH
SL 3/2 Patio Home,
I w Garage, fncd yrd,
SEW/D hookup, CH/A,
fans $875 mo, $00 dep,
Butch, 233-8358


home. 449-4724
Blandlng/Brannenfleld
$1000m. New in '05
3/2/2, Perks. 868-7472
CLAY CO. New 4/2, w/d
hkp, cul- de- sac. Great
ScPhs $1225m. 742-7486
Downtown Rlverfront-2 2.5
Lus Tornhom.. 2000C06in
2 car gar. Dn. Oc. f p. appl.
mer, ulngral. i350 ?W?7 4845

ch&a, enc d $650mo.
rei's dep. 6-41 1738
Fleming IsL' Eagle Harbor,
,'3. 2200sr. Fence ,a.
comm po:i,l. pet4 ok
M1c00. 87' 6867 276 7926
FLEM ISLAND PLANT
NEW 4/2,2 1800sf,
$1290 Call 375-0585
ICW -NEW $1600
4/2- 2100sf & 5/3 2350sf,
2g, culdesac, Waterleaf,
Guava 904-573-8927
ICW -New + upgrades,
$1600mo. 4/2 Lenas
Walk, 4/3+ den, Sum-
merbook. 904-866-1431
JCP 3/2.5/1 $1095 + dep
2/2.5/1 $995 +dep. No
pets or smkrs 230-4862
JCP avail, 4/2/2 2100total
area 797-6301 cell
904-501-2716 $1400mo
JUUNlTON 3/2, 2 car gar,
preserve, amenities.
$1295mo. Pets OK. 809
Golf Manor Ct. 904- 962-6565
LAKEWOOD 3/2, fplc, wd
floors, SS Appliances,
$lOOmo. 3/1, updated,
garage $925. 737- 2542
MAND 2'1. icqar. deck.
tpl. all apple, iwn Icl.
2ncd ya. lr-'shla palntea
571G263-41'0. $1i50mo
Mand22TH. incd ,d.
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1, 2, & 3 BR's Avallablel
(904) 757-0240 778:
ASHLEY PARK APARTMENTS 3/2
NORTHSIDE $300C
_' Largel,2&3BRs.
*f'1J)r$99 Deposit.Speciall I
S, No Applcation Feel
"Wr CALL 751-1510 4/
4/
RIVERFRONT Near
- St. Vincent Lrg 1/1, ch/a 2"
w/d, $800.349-8408 32
MOVE IN SPECIALS! BRAN
Riverside multi-family:
all inclusive lbr/lba
$675mo. 904-434-9094
SSAN MARCO ww
1 & 2 BR Special!
.- CALL 398-9492
-ST. MARY'S 2bdrm Twn
Hse great area near
K.nqsbay 5575mo
'dep. Call 516 216&0190

410 Condominiums
ICW, Wolf Creek, Brand
new 2'2.5 TH, all apple,
backs up to preserve.
SIOOm No pets. 610 5226
ICW -2,' 2. scrnd balcony.
'a'.O, gmted, pool. $1075
/rod 434.8118

MAND S'SIDE -2. 2 condo
Ne-., gated. S950mo.
Call Leo At 9045S 5-1999.
ORTEGA RIVERFRONT
Luxury 2'1 5. Prem. Kit
W.'D. Pool. Gym. Gateo.
All New. No pets.' NS
$I 11 mo. 904-384 7661
PONTE VEDRA 1/1, Grand
Cay Villa. 3rd fir. screen
porch. fpl. S800mo
534 7802
PONTE VEDRA E. of AIA
2/2 Ipl. w/'d I c. gar. -
$J tOOmo Call 285:1 64
SAWGRASS BEACH CLUB
EHic.enc y. Furnished, _
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MANDARIN 3/2, 1700 sq
ft, vaulted ceilings
w/skylights & ceramic
tile floors, frplc, 2 car
gar, Ig yard, Ig scrnd
patio, alarm sys, w/d
kup, Ig mstr suite &
his/her bathrm 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
IncIds lawn svc & alarm
svc, $800 deposit. 1 yr
lease, cats ok w/dep,
avail 1/1, 434-1491.
MAND-Brahd New 2/2
TH. Gated comm, pool,
all apple, incl w/d. Over
11Osf. $1025. 669-4782
MURRAY HILL 2BR/1 bath
W/D hook up, CH/A,
fncd, $750. 662-3846
Murray Hill 3/2
garage, frplc, $895mo.
$795dep. 904-4727314
MURRAY HILL large 3br
family home minutes to
downtown & NAS
completely updated,
large fenced yard.
$1175mo. 904-384-4132
NORTHSIDE -Eagle
Hammock, New, 4/3,
2400sf, lake view,
$1450 904-866-1431
N'SIDE 3/1.5, monitored
alarm, carport, garage,
$795/mo+$795 dep, no
HUD or Sect 8, $75 appl.
fee, Call 759-9808
N'side 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 rent/RTO 3br/lba,
ch/a, fen yd, $795mo. 31
Andress St. Avail Jan
20th. Call 904-249-0904
O.P. -brand new, 4/2,
next to Argyle Elem.
Upgrades, fplc, jacuzzi,
$1295-$1450 236-9889
O.P. -St. Johns River
5/3.5, panaramic view,
dock, $2400mo.
264-1425
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
-4/2 & 4/3. brand new,
upgrades, '$1395 -
$1450 236-9889
OP/OAKLEAF 4br homes
avail now, from
$1295-$1495 514-1038
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT.
Brand new 4/2, Forest
Brook Sub/701 Turkey Pt
$1100m. 904-406-5994
ORANGE PARK SOUTH
3br, 2ba, $875mo.
Plantana Realty
264-2224
ORANGE PARK SOUTH
3br, 2ba, $875mo.
Plantana Realty
2642224
ORANGE PK $985m 2/2
2cgar, new apple, remod,
pets OK. Close to OP
Mall. 612-247-1694
SOUTHSIDE 6 mo 4bdrm/
bath. on lake. $1300
Florida Lirestyles
Properties. 904- 88 5177
SOUTHSIDE great new
home in Highland Glen
off Bch blvd. 4/3 5
3225sr$2500m 221 8323
S'SIDE/1RONWOOD New
rg3.. 2TH. gar. scr lanai.
51250 m+dp 726-1665
S'SIDE New Home 4/2.5
2500SF, $2200mo.
Call (904) 545-9223
S'SIDE Rent/RTO/ 3/2 /1
only 2 left/built '2004
$1000 dn/mo/credit help
371-0292
ST. AUQ/Johns Crk off
210. New 4/2 on presv,
2cgar, pool, ten, club hse
$1500m. 904- 220-9449
ST. JOHNS GOLF & CC 4/3
2700sf, 2car gar, lanai,
water to golf view,
$2300m. 710-0957
VILANO BCH Oceanfront
3/2, WD, 2 decks, gar,
$1500mo. 904-829-6659
WESTSIDE / LAKESHORE
3BR 1BA $695, CH&A,
Garage, Fence, Must Seel
VANSANDT RE 389-3540,
WESTSIDE -2/1 CH&A,
fncd 'dbl lot, $575mo.
$500 dep. 722-3781
WESTSIDE Normandy
3'2. pool. scrnd patio
15x35, no pets. $950mo.
$950 aep 77972
W'SIDE 3,'2. 1 car gar.
fenc. yard. ist ,' last ,
sec 5a50 x3 (951)
263 7311. (904653 1117


ARGYLE MIDDLEBURG
.2 Brittany Bluff 1851 Sheraton Lake
2, 1677SF $1045 3/2/1, $875
2 MacDougall Dr
/2, 1425SF $950 ORANGE PARK
OFF 1ST FULL MO. 590 William Penn
3/2/2, 1500SF, $925
AKE ASBURY Large Fenced Backyd
2788 Sapid $300 OFF 1ST MONTH!
2, 1600SF, $925
i79 Creekfront JULINGTON CREEK
2,1550SF, $925 352 Redwood Lane
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420 Unfurnished

Wkside Country Crk 3/2
/1 remod no pets/smkg
$850+dep 230-4862
W'SIDE End UnitTH 2/2,
5558 Bennington Dr.
$650m+$600dp + pet fee
Call 800-322-1324
W'SIDE Great 2/1, ch/a,
new cptw/d hkp, Hud
vouchers ok. $750m.
1117 Callan, 755- 6473
Wslde Home For Rent
/Adams Lake 3/2
ly/o, Ig gar, many apple
av. $1100m. 291-0890
W'SIDE NR O.P. 2BR 1BA
SMALL COTTAGE, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897


425 Manufactured
Homes

ARGYLE3/2's & 4/2's
DW on prvt lot. $750-$875
Shindler Cove Subv
Call Greg 376-5190

We have guaranteed
financing for any new,
used, or repo MH. Call
Sandy and get
Pre-Qualifled over the
phone call 695-2255
WESTSIDE Lake Shore
2br/lba, fen yd, cov-
ered patio no pets, $525
mo $525 dep, 777-9372
WSIDE/ARGYLE 3/1.5DW,
fnc bckyd, $650+dp
771-9666 after 5pm.
W'SIDE 3/2, on nice priv
lot NO PETS.
Call 778-3863
W'SIDE 3/2 on lac. priv.
lot, others avl. No pets.
$800m+$400dp. 779-2005
YULEE -2/1 CH&A, 1 ac,
Irg gar, no pets $600dp,
$600mo. refs req.'d.
904- 225-8275,.318-0712

430 Roommates
Atl Bch/Mayport 3/2 TH
No Smoker/Pets $400
mo. +1/2 utils 635-1971
LOOKING FOR
ROOMMATE
4/2 house. Call
904-703-2533
Nept. Bch Quiet Peaceful
& Clean. $600m+1/2 Utll.
For Appt 1-904,753-6113
OP Room In home with
Private bath $300mo.
Icls utils. 904.213.0393
ORANGE
PARK/ARGYLE
FOREST
Roommate(s) to
share 3/2 house.
$450/mo, utilities
included. Call Nhan
631-5664
ROOMMATE WANTED
$60.00 weekly,
Central, quet, lazy
boy, desk, tv/vcr,
washer dryer near
base and restaurants.
771-8225.
S'SIDE share 2/2 house,
M/F, $375 + 1/2 utils
Quiet N'hood 652-5582
ST. NICHOLAS
All utils incid, cbl, w/d,
$450. + dep. 327-0860
W'slde male seeks male
roommate, $70 week
Lazyb'o, desk, w/d,
ch&a, TV/cable/VCR
Clean. 904-771-8225
WS- WF seeks day
working Male. Furn rm
Pool, non smoker $425m
incl utils. 904.777-5955

435 Rooms
toRent
ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrlgl
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Rooml
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
N'SIDE-$85wk +sm. dep
Min. 2wks. Near bus lines
a. Grocery Stores. 713-8401
SN'Slde New House
S15 min to Downtown.
1/2 Utilities. $400.
Month + Dep. Quiet.
No Smoking or Drugs, Call
Mac. 904-714-2137.
ROOM FOR RENT
$395 + 1/2 util, one
Block to com+
exchange, oen
Jan. 1st, 215-593- 448
ROOM FOR RENT
$400 month, all
utilities included, 7
miles from NAS
Jacksonville,
904-386.0207
ST. MARY'S GA.
beautiful house.
IlfNice 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
utlIs. + deposit. NO
PETS ALLOWED! Call.
912-441-4020 for more
details.
WESTSIDE
Luxury rooms
Call 904.866-6016



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507 Commercial/
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510 Retail/Office Space
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515 Retail/Office Space
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505 Industrial
For Rent
A 22,000sf
Dock high with Ramp
1000sf office. CSX Rail
Yard. Food Quality Ready
$3.25/sf Gross. Easton,
Sanderson, & Co.
356-2228 Realtor
SUNBEAM RD Ofc/ Whse
800sqft, $650 + dep.
4455 Sunbeam Rd.
737-3962 or 403-9668


5 7 For Sale
A/C BUSINESS FOR SALE
Southside Jax FL, 12yo
bus., trucks, eqpt, duct
cleaning eqpt. 1000+
customer base. 3/4 AC
comm property w/3
offices & warehouse
$260,000. Call
904-891-0501

515 Office Space
1 For Rent

AAA ARLINGTON
EXPRESSWAY
Individual ofc or bldg
725. 0556/591-3027
JTB & PHILLIPS
-Starting at $325, utils
Included.
Call Rod 343-8922
JUL CRK PLANTATION
New office condo,
1400sf, lOft cell'g avail
now. Call 904-514-9168
W'SIDE Office.
Ideal for small church.
Call Andy 477-2288






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

5 Business
S Opportunities

-3/20/85, 3 GROSS POINTS
20 Net %. 85% Stock
Purchase. Construction.
Concrete. Min. $50k.
Call Ron 772-321-8007
or 1-888-326-4323.

560 Financial.
560 Services

OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
We finance all buyers -
good, bad, no credit,
ankruptcyor fore-
closure. Aslittle as $500
down. (904) 807-8837.

565 Money to Lend
or Borrow

EZ Qualifying. Good/-
Bad credit, foreclosure
bailout. 725-6127






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


605 Schools
CNA TEST PREP 40hrs.
Call Advance
904-415-3361
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


705 Financial
LOAN OFFICER/
MTG PROFESSIONALS
Motivated self-starter
with 2+yrs proven refi
or purcn. exp. Comm,
benefits avail, LEADS
PROVIDED. Great work
atmosphere. 733 -1554.

707 Driver
I cl'' i n;[ I ; ] a- l :-1:*] ti:
Class A or D for tow
company. Call Bill
904 768-4688 or
904-768-2401

PT DRIVER
Upscale retirement
community seeking
PT Driver with CDL
w/passenger
endorsement.
Please apply within at
9960 Atrium Way or
fax resume to
(904) 721-3972

Auto Transport Driver
exp. clean lc., 2 yrs
min. Class A CDL. Home
weekends and some
nights 904-509-5548
CAR DRIVERS NEEDED
for busy driver service
In Florida 346-3955

CIRCLE ME,
BE WORKING IN 48
HRS
8 Class A F/T
drivers needed!
Call GPC driving
443-7377 for instant
interview.


p Company
Drivers
$1000 Sign on
Bonus'
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on BonusO
'Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED' Drivers w/2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
SHome most wknds
Co. starting pay
1.31 34/mnle
0/OP pay $ 90,'mile
+ luel supplement
e$.01 Saierv Bonus
SMedl.:al Dntal 401 k
S$25 Wkly Soerv. Bonus
SPaio Vac & holidays
SOptional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100"o Compan Pd
Premium Prog.
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program.ar $52.00. day
Call
SGreg J
800-723-3424 for info

DELIVERY DRIVERS-
must be at least 21 yrs
old with clean driving
record Pass Drug test
FT 354-6711 x211

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

DRIVER NEEDED
For Roll Off truck. Drug
Test required. Starting
pay $11/hr Call 696-7843
or 696-9708
DRIVERS/OWNER
OPERATORS Van, reefer
& container operations.
Great rates, 100 % FSC
paid to truck. Home
often, 2 yrs exp. Call
904-741-6201

Growing Co. needs Short
Haul &Regional Drivers.
Be your own boss.
Lease purchase.
You control your home
time. Earn big $$$



18wheelr exep is req'd.
Call 80087, 3201.
or Arna. 800 726 8760
"I'V u : onruck ringco




Do you earn less than
$800 per wk' Immed
entry level openings
avail with major
national carrier. No
CDL' No problem. CDL
Recruiter,. 731 2577
DRIVERS NEEDED
Large building material
supplier needs CDL
Class A or Class B
river lor local deliver-
ies. Five day wnork-
week. salary plus great
beneir ia incuding -4K.
Fax resume' to
904-296-4070 or apply In
person at
Jenkins Brick Company
7160 Phillips Hwy
KE.vi a 1wi h ma-l or-
class B Lic. Exp prefd.
benD. comp wage SIGN
ON BONUS 904 94 1226
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
*neeaea Pald vaca
tions and holidays. New
equip. G.E.C. Trucking
359-0404 & 301-2600

HOT JOBS!
DRIVERS
$500-$900/perwk,
exc benefits, retire-
ment plan. Promotions
from within. Largest
vending company in
Southeast. Apply
in person:
3044 Mercury Rd.,.
Jax FL 32207


. TRUCK DRI
S3-WEEK HAN
FORIN-DEMAI

COMPANY'
$50$0/e 1


707 Driver





Start the New Year of
right, be home
everyday without
sacrficFng paylll
Florida Rock & tank
Lines, Inc. is growing
and accepting
applications for
Petroleum Drivers
Benefits Include:
*Up to $2000 Sign on
Bonus
*Paid training
"401K with Company
match
*Paid time off
*Health, Dental,
Vision Insurance
*Free Life Insurance
policies totaling
over $100,000
company paid.
*Safety Bonus.
Minimum -
Requirements
*2 yrs T/T Exp. or 1
year with Driving
school Certificate.
*Good driving record
*Class A CDL with
Hazmat
*25 years of age or
older.
Call
1-866-FLA-ROCK
or apply online at
www.floridaroc-
kandtanklines.com

TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866-374-0764

We have 7 B-Class
f/t positions to fill
Call GPC driving
443-7377 for an
Instant Interview


COURIER

NEEDED
Professional, courteous,
Independent courier
w/reliable vehicle.
Full or P/T. You control
what you earn.

Call Tom M-F 9am 4pm

904-448-8000

710 Industrial/
710 Trades

COMPANY BURSTING
AT THE SEAMS!
Several positions avail:
Pipe Foreman
(Exp with deep wtr/swr).
Tailman, Hillman,
Plumbers, Gas
Tech/Pipe Fitter
(exp natural & propane)
All positions require
Good driver license. Exp
pay & benefits Apply
1445 W Church St
598 009.
TB Landmarkisa
Drug rree EOE

CONTRACTORS
Hlqn worker's comp rates?
PoSsibly aertnlr c sncelled'
No oenefirs for employees?
We can help! No comp deposit
CallBoborMax
Skilled Services
800-693-7838 904-693-4844
DFWP/EOE
DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX EOE
DRYWALL FRAMERS,
HANGERS & FINISHERS
Must be experienced. Com-
mercial by thehour.
757- 7333
DRYWALL FRAMERS, HANG-
ERS & FINISHERS- Com-
mercial, by the hr. 757-7333
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
with CDL. Paving exp a
plus. Call 786-8474.
HANDYMAN./
MAINTENANCE PERSON
needed ror immediate
employment. Experi-
ence. transporteaton,
ana tools a must.
Please call
904-509-6484
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
with construction eip.
Call 904 545 2051

Maintenance
Person Needed
Experienced Mainte-
nance person needed
for upscale retire
ment community. All
phases of mainte.
nance exp.needed
$9-S10,hr based on
exp. Must be able to
pass background
screening.
Apply in person to
9960 Atrium Way or
fax resume to
(904) 721-3972.

PLUMBERS
Journeymen
for New Construction &
Warranty New
Construction Punch
Exc bntn pkg ApplI at
C.W. WOOD PLUMBING
1328 Romney St.
PLUMBERS Lic'd Jour-
neyman start $20/hr &
Exp'd Helpers. Top pay,
Vac, benefits, J.D Vaugh
& Sons. 641- 0879
SERVICE TECHS Exp.
only. benefit pkg and
top pay. Must have a
good driving record.
Fax 904-276-4302 or
Apply at Air-Ma-x
Heating & Cooling, Inc.
316 Parkridge Ave, 0. Pk


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710 Trades

\ SHEET METAL HELPER
Field work, must have
transp, full bnfts
3882388DFWP
TREE TRIMMERS
for Davey Tree. CDL
LadS City area. Great
pa Great b! Bnfts.
40D1EOE/ DFWP .
Toll;ree 800-330-4694
WELDERS
Mig stel stair and rail
fabricaron. EOE./ DFWP
Gooobeneflts Call
"0.6880


7 Trade
SHIPBOARD PAINTERS
Mayport, Rtq7s 2 mo's
to 5 yrs exp. I& pwr tool
surface prepa-ation, &
coating applications via
spray/brush, Com-
petitive pay & benefits.
Send resumesto:
BAE Systems Maritime
Engineering & Services,
P.O. BOX330629,
Atlantic Beach; FL 32233
Tel: 241-9377;
Fax to 241-7750 orenail
scottpatterson@baesystemr.com

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

FT + overtime. S'side,
N'side W'side, Call Jay
904e651-e0915
MECHANIC NEEDED
Jan.-March. $14.50/hr,
50 hours a week. Own
tools Call:
904 262-2001
Ask for Carol

715 Management/
S Professional


ASSISTANT
TEAM LEADER
LCSW/LMHC
FACT Team
serving mentally ill
population in the
acksonville area.
Great Salary.
benefits. Fax
813 289 151: emaul
mranrez'pi i:. -ronet


HUMAN
RESOURCE
MANAGER
To oversee recruitment
and administration of
compensation,
employment, employee
development/training
and employee relations
for Renaissance
Behavioral Health Sys-
tems Inc. and Its Affili-
ates. BA/BS and 3-5
yrs exp. required.
Apply In person
(9am-4pm, M F ony)
or mal resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 Unversity Blvd. N.
Suite 700 (7th Floor).
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 493- 5910.
EOEA Drug Free Workplace

LEASING AGENT/ASST.
For Pickwick Apt.
in the Mandarin Area.
Experience Preferred,
Computer a Must!
Fax Resume 262-1048
(904) 262 1038

New Oaldeaf
Plantation Office
SUnder 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
Private Investigators:
will sponsor, lic. & train
right persons, no.exp.
"necessary. Apply in
person. Tues 1/3,4pm &
Sat 1/7. 10am. Global
Detective Agency. 5711
Richard St. Suite 4.. Jax
FL 32216

RBHS. MHRC and
MHCJ have the
following openings:
Overlay Counselor
Masters level
Juvenile Justice exp
w/adolescents
Case Manager -
Mental Health -
Entry level
BA/BS required.
Emergency Services
Evaluator
FT Evenings, PT-Wknd
Evenings & Nights
BA/BS +* lr exp In
diagnosis
Apply in person
(9a.m. 4 p.m., M- F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 493 5910.
EOE' A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE


720 Medical
ASSISTED LIVING
BUSINESS OFFICE DIRECTOR;
DINING SERVICE DIRECTOR
(904) 264-0207; or fax
(904) 264-9155.
FRONT DESK RECEPT- FT
needed for busy Oph-
thalmology office. Exp
preferred. Fax resume
to 904-355-5602
FRONT OFFICE Podiatry.
BillinWMedisoft exp req.
W side. Fax 771-2002
Lake Butler Hospital
ARNP/PA
Small acute care critical
access hospital. ER
experience preferred.
Can beFT/PT/PRN.
Great benefits & salary.
For further information,
please visit our webslte:
www.lakebutlerhospltalcom
Ph. (38s6)496-2323
FAX (386)49 6-1611
Lake Butler Hospital
MEDICAL RECORDS CLERK/
RECEPTIONIST FT
MEDICAL ASST FT w/Travel
For further Information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
PH. (386)496.223
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720 Medical


Life
Care
Center
of Jacksonville

NEW
FACILITY
IN JAX!

MDS
COORDINATOR
Full-time, RN
required, MDS
experience required.

Staffing
Coordinator
LPN required

RN
7p-7a
Come see what we're
all about and expe-
rience the difference
in our beautiful
facility.
Life Care Center of
Jacksonville,
4813 Lenoir Avenue,
Jacksonville,FL 32216,
FAX (904)332-4548.
EOE

MEDICAL FRONT OFFICE
Imaging center, South-
side oc. Approx. 30hrs
wk w/ benefits medical
exp a plus. Fax resume
to 296 6997

RBHS, MHRC and
MHCJ have the fol.
lowing opportunities
available immediately
to people who want to
make a difference in
the lives of others
through behavioral
healmn care:

RNs-lnpatient-
Great Schedule-
Full Benefits
M F Nights, No
Weekends required
Baylor, Weekends only
Mental Health
Techs
FT PT, direct care
Security Officer
FT 5p 5, 7 days on. 7 off
PRN RNs and LPNs,
MHTs always
welcome.
Apply In person
(9 a.- 4pn., M- Fonly)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211
Fax resume to 493-5910.
EOL'A Drug frtee orplcs


THERAPISTS
CAP Substance Abuse
Mental Health'
experience required.
Fax 813-289-1517
mnunez~gs-corp.net
EE

725 Office/
725 Clerical

DISPATCHER
Leading transportation
company seeking F/T
dispatcher. The ideal
candidate will be expe-
rienced, a self starter.
have excellent com.
puter skills ano the
ability to multi tak'in a
last paced environ-
ment. Must hiv ~n lni
reasonable drvrg
distance. For consid.
eration ax resume or
apply in person.
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Phone (904) 764- 4516
Fax (904) 764- 7228


.A~MER-FORCE

Is Seeking a
Payroll Clerk
For our 8th Street
Labor Office I to 3
years high volume
payroll experience
Must be able to work
flexible hours
Attention to detail
Proficient computer
skills
Minimum typing
speed oi 30 wpm
Email:
HRL.ameriforce.com
EOE Druq Free
Workplace

RECENT Front Desk
multi taking w/bus> ph
lines & filnin for bu;j
Regency Constr QOc
Fax resum- 904 72-1 4267
RECEPTIONIST 40 hrs.
$9/hr, w/ benefits. Apply
in person: 2810 Mer-
cury Rd. Call 730-5660
or fax resume 730-5670

Professional/
730 Personal
.Services

BARBER/STYLIST
FT/PT St Mary's location
912-882-0513 Mgmt
team for Middelburg FI
area. 904-886-0102
HAIRDRESSER
For assisted living with
experience. Orange
(904)264 0207;
or fax (904) 264-9155.

735 Restaurants/


ALL POSITIONS
Brick Restaurant
Apply Mon- Sat, 2pm-
5pm. 3585 St. Johns Ave

DANCERS *A
Bartender, Waitstaff
and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Biggest showbars In Jax!
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
CROSSROADS SHOWBAR
247-4322


7 Restaurants/
735 RHotels

GATORS DOCKSIDE
Is opening a new loca-
tion at Oakeaflan-
tation. Seeking man-
ager & Kitchen
Managers w/2 or more
years exp. Fax resume
0 904-777-2226 or
email
jacksonville@gatorsdocksidecom
GATORS DOCKSIDE
now staffing cooks,
servers, hostesses.
Apply within 103rd Street
& Baymeadows
SERVERS with Exp.
for Aua Grill 18 year old
established Ponte Vedra
restaurant, across from
Marriott, Great $ 285. 3017

740 Retail

JEWELRY SALES
Sales exp required;
Full bnfts, $25 -$50K +
Appl at
Monahan Jewelers
619 Atlantic Blvd. Atl Bch

745 Sales
INDEPENDENT REP to
sell Leanin Tree Cards.
Jax'market. Exc com-
mission potential. Email
Amy dadams77@cfl.rr.com
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Rare Opportunity for
Exp .bile Home Sales
Per.,,n. Opportunity to
Ma le 75.000 + a Year.
40l(kl. Health Benefits.
t1 Product'
Please Call Tony At
291-3100 or 509 6258

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

747 Telemarkeling

EVERGREEN

TIRED OF
SELLING THE
SAME THING?
Come work in a fun
business environment
selling fun products like,
HBO, MAX, SHOWTIME
*Earning up to $12 14/hr
-Full Benefit'Package
'Great selling atmosphere
EOE. Qualified
Candidates apply:
CALL (904) 2967761


752 Warehouse

Temp position. Apply
Long's Whosalesa Furn.
6569 103rd St.


753 Security
SECURITY OFFICER
F/T, Museum seeks
positive, customer
service-oriented indi-
viduals. Must be able to
work Weekends & have
flexible schedule, $9/hr.
Fax resume or better of
interest Attn. Mark
Fresonke 366-6901 or
mfresonkeljmoma.org

SECURITY
PROFESSIONALS
Full and Part Time
IMMEDIATE Openings
$8.50/ hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
completed
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
opens for Security Offic-
ers In the Fernandlna
Beach area
Weekly Pay/Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance
H/S Diploma/GED, valid
driver's license and
security license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
backgrounds check.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must.
Please Apply
M.F8am 3pm
(904) 261-5551 or
1 877-449-7631
(24 hour Line)
M/F/D/V/EOE
-B900174


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Home Cleaners
$200$400/Wk
Part T ime
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Arl/S'side 425-3085
Beaches 242-8235
Mand/W'slde 731- 7453
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830 Child
830 Care
INFANT TODDLER
HOME CHILD CARI.
Licensed, Insured
conveniently
located across from
NAS JAX. Call Ana for
appt. 573- 0879






Merchandise
900 Antiques
90ZAppliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
22Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
4, GE-SOO
SDishwasher white
tLwith black trim. $75
obo, 269.1478
4 KENMORE WASHER
and dryer match-
i ing set, excellent
Condition, $150
786-1767 can deliver
: 905 Articles
For Sale
4 1/3 SOLITARE
Diamond
Si gold, size 7 paid,
$1000 will sacri-
fice for $00 call
491:7996 while it lasts!
8ft POOL TABLE
S $500 obo, air
hockey table, $75,
both great condi-
tion. CalILauren @
614-6820/632. 0077
Do You Have a Pool?
Are yro going to
If the answer is yes,
I please read this ad
carefully. I have all
the necessary pool
I equipment you need.
Filter, pump, lights,
vacuum, heater and
state of the art con-
trol that will allow
I 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
/chllfer that will solve
the problem and put
the water at a per-
fect temperature. All
equipment is brand
new, never used, Is
still in boxes. Make a
I descent offer and it's
yours. For more info
call me.(904)315-4019.
L Ask for Luis......
SGAS BBQ GRILL
New Aussie Por-
table Propane
Travel Grill, Never
Used, $75. 904-695-1919
GREAT GIFTS
SNew HP Deskiet
S 3915 Printer
Linksys "B" Rauter
+ USB Adapter,
Visioneer Scanner
Great condition, call
Rhonda, 403-4822 in O.P
LADIES LEATHER
Scoat handbag size
I } 12 $100 suede
jacket sz 13, $55,
girl's sz 10 jean jacket,
$20. 384.7809
SMedical Scrub Set
and Jackets, $6.00
/set and $5.00
Jackets (small and
medium size) Many
choices Karen
904-29-1-6617
A MED PARKA
(seal skin) from
SAlaska, $125, color
monitor 15' $20, TV
25' color, $35, chest
freezer, $75. Call after
10am 904.-724. 3650
NAVY OFFICER
sword & scabbard,
like new. $200.
264-6364
A Personal Organizer
Metal Cabinet with
STop File Drawer,
Bottom Storage
with Door. Lockable.
Great Condition $25.
SPOOL TABLE
sticks, chalk, 8 ft
long, excellent
condition, one
year new, $150 obo,
Amelia Island, private
development, 491,7996

Support
your -iltary.
The best bargain
in tm n.


We bring
the military
market
toy .

For Classified
Advertising, call
904-366-6300,
or toll-free
1-800-258-4637.

4 POWER HOUSE
bench,flex, knee
weight set, excel-
L lent condition, paid
$325, asking $100, obo.
Call 491-7996
4, PRESSURE
TREATED
wooden swingset
w/2 swings rings
and extra baby
swing,$50. Call 882-6209
SSCOOTER 2 WHEEL
folds flat $20, Tyco
I RC remote control
Dragonfly Flips,
turns, transforms
$40.641-5059
4, TRAMPOLINE
w/enclosure, only
| oneayear old, $150.
614-6820 or 632-0077
920 Business/
Office
Workstation / Cubicles
ONLY $595
Herman Miller8'x8'
With Pedestal & Overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry
.50 CTTW
DIAMOND SINGLE
a i nSTUD, $700,
1.0 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
GOLD 1/3 CARET
solitary, size 7,
excellent condi-
tion, papers,
bought from Zales,
must sell, $600 paid
$925,491-7996


928 Electronics
601n ZENITH TV
S picture In picture
beautiful, $700 obl.
904-372-9094,
noon-8pm
o Bose Lifestyle 12
/, | / System. Surrorld
Sound Music Centr, 5
Cube Speakers,
Acoustics Module, System
Complete.


928 Electronics
4 SPEAKER PAIR
BOSE 501 $100
S262.-5977
945 Garage
Sales
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
Vendor Spaces Starting
L $7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
Computer Desk 6
/ piece oak corner
ti desk 82" from
corner In both
directions. $1500. new
Sale for $300. 772-1260
Klngsland, Sat 1/7
8am. 406 N. Grove
Blvd. Motorcycle
leathers, scuba
stuff. furn, clothes,
h'hold teams.
L, TIre Full Size 15"
Michelin (Like new)
Mounted on rim to
"fit Buick LeSabre
asking $35.00 Call
904-278-5224
904-708-5530
A Tires full size good
l for spares 205 65
M\e.R1S mounted on 5
lug rim fits Ford
Taurus, Mercury Sable,
Volvo, $15ea.
904-278-5224








904- 2 8- 5- 2
904-708-5530
Qss Household
955 Furniture

Must sell all new '05's
All sizes $70-$250
Memory Foam's tool
warranty 334-8573

r ed;om 4Pc Set $2 I1
Inventory Reductionj
1 2 AddIonal 10% Off'
10 Non-Advertised I
I Itemsi I
4 Drawer Chests Frm $6
ISofas From r 91
25" Color TV's From $9
5 Pc Oak Dinette $191
5 PC King Bed 19
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$99a
SCORTJ CLEARANCE /
3 -9000
BEDROOM SET
i cherry wood
p poster bed, high-
boy dresser w/
mirror & night stand
$900,Call 904.-374- 889
BEDROOM SET
S cherry wood
4L poster bed, high-
way dresser,
w/mirror and night
stand, $900. Call
904-374-8899
BEDROOM SUITE
white headboard
41 dresser, 2 night
stands, Armoire
good condition, must
see, $550. Call
912-729-1224
4, CAPTAIN'S QUEEN
Sbed, dresser night
kj stand, head board,
footboard, railing,
Simmons mattress,
medium oak, excellent
condition. oaid $2200


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd,
Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Soothside Blvd. 642-606


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 354-2057



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy, 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
nOmiPE nD~i n~nni-t


955 Household
9 Furniture
Captain's Queen SZ
bdrm set, 9 draw-
ers w/mirror, head
board, foot board,
night stand, Queen
mattress, boxspring,
$750. 904-491- 7996
COMFORTER
QUEEN SIZE
w/ 2 bedsklrts and
shams. 2 custom
made cornice boards,
call before 8:00pm,
269-1478, $60
COMPUTER DESK
L. shape oak with 6
drawers, $175. Oak
coffee table, 450,
Boys dresser, $35.
993-8281
COUCH LOVE SEAT. 2 END
TBLS AND COFFEE TBL.
like new cond. $350
obo. Call 904-716-3049
4 CURIO CABINET
Beautiful Cherry
L wood, great price
$100. Call Inger
645 8725
& DININGROOM SET
cherry wood table,
I w/ leaf and china
cabinet, $900. Call
904-374-8899
DRESSER Maple wood
antiq, drawers w/mir.
$375obo. 733-1084
S KENMORE 5 ClF
| chest freezer, $30.
i Kenmore Micro-
wave, $25. Coffee
table, rocker, large sofa
chair, $20 each 607- 5304
after 5pm
MEN'S LEATHER
SJacket size 36, HIP
|I, Length, $55. Zenith
17", color TV with
antenna, $45. 384-7809
OAK TABLE with 4
Chairs 48" diam w/
24" extension per-
fect cond. $435
264-6364
SSECTIONAL SOFA
Burgundy velour,
Sw/sofa ed and
Srecliner paid $1400
asking $250. Kingsize
waterbed w/head-
board, $75. 603-5304
after 5pm
SSINGLE BED, $75.
904-607-5304
after 5pm
SSOFA HIDE AWAY
bed, pastel, misc
decor Items,
matress, box
spring. Call
912-729-1224

960 Machinery
960V & Tools
Craftsman 10"
SStationary Saw
411Radial Arm. Model
315-220100. Exc.
cond. $400 obo. 904
251-5161 904-272-6648
980 Sporting
Goods
4, BICYCLE FOLDING
Dahon Mariner,
6- speed, used one
time, $200, 264-6364
Bow Flex Exerciser
STwo 2 years old
4 cost $1300. New
seldom used ,sell


980 Sporting

Q ULTIMATE
S BOWFLEX
w/extra lOWibs. Leg
Ext., LatRaise,
Squat Rack Bowflex Transportation
Mat,Retail $2300, Sell
$1200. Call 708- 0442 200 Aviation
S1205 Boats
l 1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
f 1230 RV's and Supplies
Pets and MS RV Rentals
Pets ad Motorcycles/Mini
AnimalS Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1005 Livestock & 1310 Auto Parts
Supplies 1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1010 Pets and Supplies 1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
13355$2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
1005 Livestock SUV's
S & Supplies 1345 Vans/Buses
1350Misc. Auto
HORSE BOARDING SW 1355Autos/Trucks
Jax largest covered Wanted
arena, 12x12 stalls 25
acres, 10 miles of trails
$400.mo. Ray 317-2350 1205 Boats
e, 28FT CARVER
P1 yet's& MONTEGO
1u0 u Supplies .| 1991 Mercrulser,
air, canvas, galley,
S A i head, electronic, trailer,
Aquarium Hood $13,900 or trade for
I with Fluorescent sailboat
LI hcbMebasus129 352-473-9239/562-9272
inches. Adjustable. Like
New $20. 268-2482. 91' 28ft Carver
Montego
Australian Shepherd Mercrulser air,
Reg, 1M blk+wht S&W canvas, galley,
wOPmo headd electronics,
POP 4mos $250 317 2350 trallelr 13,900 or trade
or sailboat
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPY 352-473-9239/352-5629
AKC, All Req. shots, $250
962-0537 18 IFT REGAL
/ I MARINE 2000
BOXER PUPS, vet cert In/out board, new
M/F, Brindle/fawn. 4 HP190 engine,
shots, POP, $450 Galvinized 20ft, Shore-
912-713-1979 local lander Trailer, $13K,
great condition,
CHESAPEAKE BAY 4723678
RETRIEVER
AKC Reg Puppies $350. FORSALE
Tanya 850.971-5362 FOR SALE
19V2 Foot Renken/cutty
Cabin with trailer, 140
Chihuahua Puppy, 8mos. HP Mercury. $6500 firm
old, needs good home Call 904-338-7831
$175 obo. 778-9930
WANTED!
CHIHUAHUA PUPS CKC Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Ir size, 3 males $400 Any Conditionl
9042824257/ 651. 1965 "The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
DOBERMAN PINCHERS
AKC, Champ BIdllnes,
good tempermt $750, V'
BIk/Rust. 29.247.5493 1230 Spies
DOBERMAN PUPS AKC,
Supersize top working TRAVEL COUNTRY
bloodlines 803-568-3642 RV CENTER
Pre-Owned Specials
Pittbull Pups CKC $250
Bigbone, h4thy 9wks S/ RaxaORHOM37' lides
W. 4M/4. 4 213-1191 98 Daybreak 32' Clean
00 Sportcoach 38' Diesel
SHARPIE PUPS 8 wks AKC 97 Jambolee 28' Clean
wrinkly and ready to 03 SunVoyager 38' Slides
go. $400. 386-365-5673 TOWABLES
06 Toyhauler 28' Nice
WEIMARANER PUPS 04 Sunnybrook 27' Slides
Shots, Duclawed. $400 03 Aeudite 23' Bunks
lnfo:291-6691/294-6691 02 Montana 36' Slides
And many, many more!!
Plus...over 10 million in
YORKIE PUPS AKC, 5F new inventory!!
$800, Sweeks w/health 1.888222-7079


BOARD FORD
St Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit129(Yuee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy, 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673




COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502


COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd, 565-8800
COGGINHONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1S. 1-800-456-1689
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.citya0tom0otive.c0m



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078



I AMRnRCiHINI flI An


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd 721-5000


NORTH FLORIDA LMNCOIMERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd, 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonvillecomn
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomnotive.corn
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautoinotive.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S.1 North, St Aug. 904-794-
9990

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 733-1616



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando R 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com

OEM=Z17 B


S1230 u Supplies
4, 2000 JAYCO KIWI
23B, hitch, galley
head, shower.
awning, sleeps six,
A/C, $8500 obo,
352-473-9239/562-9272
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386)462-3039
1-.800-541-6439

1300 Motorcycles
02'YAMAHA YZ125,
Like new condition,
low hrs, $2600 obo
Swugrbc@tds.net,
912674-4579
912-576-1142
4 2000 HONDA TRX
400 ATV, K&N, JET
t t KIT, FILTER FMF
PIPE, GOOD COND.,
LOW HOURS,
$2000/OBO
CHRIS 904-710-6846
4, 2001 AMAN
SV-Star Classic 650
Purple 4000 miles,
garage kept, lots of
chrome, $3500,
912. 882- 0981
4, 03SPORTSTER
8200 mi, lots to list,
$8500. 673-8733 or
542-4492 ext. 169
HD '94 Dyna WideglIde
exc cond lots of chrome
$9500 obo. 904-714-9683
Suzuki 2002 RM 125
Great cond. main-
amned well. asking
$2100. Daytime
904-573-3221 evenings
904-729-7932
C SUZUKI INTRUDER
'99 VS 1400cc black
ti, chrome, garaged,
new tires, cobra
pipes, exc. cond, $3,950
obo 912-673.6930

1310 Auto Parrts
CHROME WHEELS
S &Tire Package
S24x10. Fits Chevy
GMCt w/warranty
Paid. $4500 Sell $3K.
MUST SEE! 708-0442
JEEP WRANGLER hard
top exc cond, fits TJ
model. Call 388-3869

1320 AntiqUes/
32J^ Classics
1969 FORD FIO0 PICK UP
Runs good, good project
for restoring $1200 OBO
Call 537-0912
FORD MUSTANGS
, (2)1965s, (1) 1966
S1 restorable con-
ditin, 6 cylinder,
automatic, all for $4500,
includes extra parts,
904-695-1919
Lincoln Premier "57 fully
loaded, needs resto-
ration $2000. 264-2909

1325 Automotive
1973 VW BEETLE
S Hardtop, New
k r | Engine, Excellent
.7Condition, Very Nice!


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700

CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityaut6motive.comr



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S.1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEENVW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO
.,- Fi'ii ii Hvjy 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 72g-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.heachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002
DRIVE TICKET
www.ddriveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
FRANK GRIFFIN
SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491


Ul7 UIi UU 895 N. Ronald Reagan B5lvd. SATURN OF AVENUES I wo
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500 Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443 10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145 i 1
RICK KEFFER SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454 _1=;{8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071 WORLD IMPORTS
WESTSIDE DODGE MATHENY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY wwwworldimportsusa.com
,1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992 g.
llu ~ lI mill I I I '


1325 Automotive
2002 HONDA
ACCORD SE
V6 auto, sunroof,
leather, 6-cd
changer, electric,
excellent condition,
private owner. $16,650.
Call 491-7996
S 2003 TAHOE
4x4 loaded 30,500
m les, white with
tan leather uphol-
stery, retail, $30,085 sell
$25,500. Call
786-7315/504-6713
S2005 TOYOTA
CAMRY LE
i White, gray, cloth,
AM/FM. CD, cruise,
pwr. Seat, Theft recov-
ery, private owned,
$19,300.491. 7996
Buick Century Ltd SE "00
full pwr, all options, Ithr,
CD, very good cond.
$5700. 904-280-0896
Buick Park Avenue
94 Ultra super
_charged loaded,
Q all leather, excel
cond. new Goodyear
Tires. $4200.
9 0 4 8 9 7 4 0 9
904-389-5117
CADILLAC SEVILLE '83
Good cond low ml
$3695; Call 765-5338
CADILLAC SEVILLE'96
Like new, $5995
Call 765-5338 -


1325 Automotive
CHRSYLER IMPERIAL 92
43k mi miles, best offer
Call 765-5338
CHRYSLER Concord '96,
needs work, $1000 obo.
Call 215-7673
Dodge Intrepid -00, AC,
AT, AM/FM 57,300mi. gd
cond. $5300. 287-8683
HONDA CIVIC EX '02
5spd, sunroof, all pwr
88K mi, $8900 obo. Call
386-328-8772
ULINCOLN LS'02
V8l 1adeo craCk. grai
interior Ie s5 tr,3n
25K mil $19 800
904 932 9-1JI 706 6-177
LINCOLN TOWN CAR 92
ioe.- mllei $3295
Ca31 765 5338
Mercedes 904-631-1234
'84 380SL Blue $9,800.
'83 300CD black $3850.
Call 728-5827
NISSAN Altima GXE '95,
runs great, new trans.
$1900. Call 228-0997

1335 $2000 or Less
PONTIAC GRAND AM
SAutomatic 1995 green,
jtan interior runs great
lots of new parts 60
cyl, 130,000 miles. $1750
OBO 904- 406- 0237


1335 $2000 or Less
4 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
A/T A/C, P/W,
PDL cruise, tilt
AM/FM/CD sunroof
needs body work, runs
great, $1500 obo.
778-3508

HONDAS.
TOYOT19 O NO
RID TODAY E-1 & UP
CALL 645-1700
FOR FAST APPROVAL
I-877-4382777

TOYOTA COROLLA -'83,
low ml, good cond, 2dr,
gray, AT 4cyl, $1500
obo. Call 215-9416
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
4 2003 WHITE
TRAILBLAZER
18k mi, cd, tint,
pwl $18K obo, very
ocean. Call
904- 422- 0407/768- 7995


17


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
2004 JEEP LIBERTY
$14K, 4wd, auto,
AC, 39k ml, excel-
ent condition.
Call 807- 4822
99 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE
LIMITED, LOADED,
GOLD, ASKING
$6500, MAY CONSIDER
PARTIAL TRADE,
843-412-1116/
877 767- 2783
Chevy 454 Super Sport
9u 44K or p miles.
512.000 Call Sjl 8676

carr\ the big load S I 990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
'00. new AC clean Int.
$8495. Call 982-1213

Import Headquarter of
the week $12,990
COGGIN PONTIAC
Atlantic 1-866-568-6000
4 Toyota Tundra SR5
Double cab, V8
,Il29K ml, Like new.
Loaded. $23,300.
obo. 912-673-6930


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