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Classes Offered
Chapel Starting New Programs
Page 6


Fighting Disease
DVECC Kills Bugs, Prevents Illnesses
Pages 8-9


Volunteers needed
Daytona 500 Event Featuring Military
Page 10


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006


www.jaxairnews.com


Region exceeds CFC goals


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
A grand celebration
held Thursday at the
NAS Jacksonville
Officers' Club officially'
ended the 2005 Northeast
Florida/ Southeast Georgia
Combined Federal Cam-
paign (CFC).
This year's campaign
generated $2,246,594 in
contributions that will be
distributed among the non-
profit organizations ap-
proved by a special commit-
tee to become recipients.
This is the sixth consecu-
tive year the drive has
topped 2 million.
"What a terrific time it is
that we can get together
today and celebrate the
hard work and success
you've had during the 2005
campaign. The results
achieved by the military,
federal employees and
United States postal work-
ers in the Northeast
Florida/Southeast Georgia
area will make an impact
in the lives of thousands of
people in our local commu-
nity, around the nation and
around the world,",said
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Chief of Staff
Capt. Lawrence Cotton dur-
ing the celebration. "Be


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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
(From left) Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Loaned Executives CS1 Dempsey Daniels of NAS Jax Supply Department and
Lt. Matt Lesser of NAS Jax Public Works Center proudly display their CFC Loaned Executives of the Year awards after receiv-
ing them from Field Policy and Management Director, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development J. Nicholas
Shelley and Commander, Navy Region Southeast Chief of Staff Capt. Lawrence Cotton during the 2005 CFC Celebration


Program Feb. 2.
proud of your work and
know that you have
improved the quality of life
of people in need and know
that you have brightened
their future."
This year's theme was


"United We Stand, United
We Give." The slogan for
the Northeast Florida,
Southeast Georgia cam-
paign was "One Team, One
Mission, 27 Counties." "We
all work for different organ-


izations and agencies, in
different places and wear
different uniforms but we
all have a common bond -
we as federal employees
come together each year to
run a successful Combined


Federal Campaign. All of
you truly make a differ-
ence," stated Field Policy
and Management Director,
U.S. Department of Hous-
ing and Urban Develop-
ment J. Nicholas Shelley:


Although the campaign
proved to be a huge suc-
cess, some wondered how
the hurricane devastation
on the Gulf Coast would
affect the overall outcome.
"Shortly after Hurricane
Katrina hit, we were bom-
barded with many ques-
tions regarding donating to
the relief effort through
CFC. Unfortunately, we had
no method to achieve this
for our donors. Consequent-
ly, I was concerned that
donations would be pulled
away from the CFC and
cause NAS Jax to fall short
of our $634,483 goal. My
concern deepened as the
campaign rolled into
December and donations
were still substantially
short of the goal," explained
NAS Jax CFC Chairperson
Lt. Matt Lesser of the NAS
Jax Public Works Depart-
ment.
"But, the extremely gen-
erous and giving personnel
at NAS Jax came through
in the end and exceeded the
goal by seven percent with
a total of $676,352. Normal-
ly, just meeting the goal
requires maximum effort
from all personnel involved
and surpassing it is even
-more. It's even further mag-


See CFC, Page 13


'Nightdippers'


celebrate 50th


IRS offers filing


season assistance


with new insignia to hurricane victims
Rv Lf Trevnr Pro tfv BN LIFELines and IRS Research Staff


HS-5 PAO.
he NAS Jacksonville-based "Nightdippers" of HS-5
recently marked their 50th anniversary with the
creation of a new squadron emblem. The squadron
will only utilize the new design, which celebrates 50 years
of Nightdipper ex-
cellence, for one
year.

The com-
memora-
tive patch
incorpo-
rates numerous
as-pects of prior

The octopus
drawing on the
patch, along
with the
Vanden-
berg "V" in
the lower sec-
tion, date from
some of the squad-
ron's earliest insignias. The octopus has been additionally
been updated with the Nightdipper's "Angry Eyes," made
popular in recent years.
The insignia also illustrates both the traditional mission
areas of the Nightdippers as well as its current warfare
specialties. The octopus holds a torpedo, representing the
customary HS mission of antisubmarine warfare. The ten-
tacles also grasp a Hellfire missile, showcasing the
Nightdipper's expanding role in anti-surface engagements.
Additionally, one last tentacle clutches a machine gun,
highlighting the importance of the Nightdipper's combat
search and rescue mission.
Upon the receipt of the patch, HS-5 will issue one free
patch to each Sailor at the command. The Nightdipper
Sailors will proudly wear the insignia as a reminder of
HS-5's past excellence, as well as its future potential.


any taxpayers who were affected by Hurricanes
Katrina, Rita or Wilma face special challenges
this filing season. These challenges may include
retrieving copies of previous tax returns or learning how
to claim a casualty loss on a 2005 tax return. Whatever
the issue, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS' offers a
number of channels of assistance to hurricane victims.
For hurricane victims who need help with tax matters,
the IRS has a dedicated toll free number to call, 1-866-
562-5227. This is a one-stop shop offering help on multi-
ple issues that arise for disaster victims.
Similarly, their Web site, wwvw.IRS.gov, features a spe-
cial section with the new tax laws and resources for hur-
ricane victims, including answers to frequently asked
questions. Click on the "Tax Relief in Disaster
Situations" and "Help for Katrina Victims" links for
more information. Taxpayers can also use this Web site
to find Publication 4492, "Information for Taxpayers
Affected by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma."
Free volunteer return preparation assistance is avail-
able for low- to moderate-income individuals through the
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for
the Elderly programs. Call 1-800-829-1040 to find a loca-
tion near you.
Finally, help with return preparation or other basic tax
services is available free or at low cost through disaster
relief agreements with the tax professional community,
while IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers can also provide
help with tax matters to hurricane victims..
Hurricane victims who have not been able to secure
help through other channels may call the Taxpayer
Advocate Service at 1-877-777-4778.
For people interested in helping Hurricane Katrina
victims, the IRS reminds taxpayers about a leave dona-
tion program it has established with employers. The
leave donation program allows employees to help
Katrina victims without having to make a cash dona-
tion. Taxpayers should check with their employers for
more information.


Photo by Sue Brink
As a part of the Navy's Facility Eengineering Command trans-
formation, Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville,
Engineering Field Activity Southeast and Engineering Field
Division South will merge to stand up a new command this
summer called NAVFAC Southeast.

Public Works merges

with Naval Facilities

Engineering Command
By Sue Brink
Public Facilities Team
Southeast Affairs Officer
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAV-
FAC) integrated 47 Navy public works departments
(PWD) and regional engineer staffs into its organi-
zation on Jan. 22. An additional 19 PWDs will join NAV-
FAC Oct. 1.
Public Works Departments and Regional Engineer staffs
were previously under the command of the Commander,
Naval Installations (CNI). Staff joining Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville include PWDs and regional
engineer staffs from Corpus Christi and Kingsville, Texas;
New Orleans, La.; Meridian and Gulfport, Miss.; and
Pensacola, Panama City, Jacksonville, Mayport, Orlando
and Key West, and Charleston, S.C.
NAVFAC's integration of the PWDs and Regional
Engineer staffs corresponds with the Chief of Naval
Operations mandate to align organization and processes
and drive "business improvement from a cross-enterprise
perspective to minimize redundancy and eliminate waste."


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TOUCHING Suggestions needed for Galley patrons for a name that supports the aviation community.
Name the Galley Contest This contest will end March 1 and the person with the winning
A S The NAS Jax Galley is changing its name from the Galleon suggestion will receive a prize. To enter the contest, stop by the
B A S Galle to something more aviatiorgrelated. Input is needed from Gpalley or e-mail your idea to Btnjamin.armbruster@navy.mil.









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Pacific Fleet Master Chief
W"W warriors, studies have shown
that one in four women and
one in six men will be the
victim of a sexual assault in their life-
tikes. Think about how many people
w rk with you. Four women? Twelve
m nn? That's three people you know
anl work with who will become vic-
titis ofthis horrible crime. This is
oie of the fastest growing violent
cvjnes in the U.S., and we need to
enAure we engage now to stop a ship-
mAte from becoming a victim.
'to be certain, we're all clear on the
types of behaviors that may be
referred to as sexual assault. But
ley's take a minute and delve a little
deeper into what exactly sexual
assault is. Sexual assault is sexual
intimacy that is threatened or forced
on one person by another. That
includes rape, date rape, marital rape
(yes, a spouse forcing the other to
have sexual contact is very much ille-
gal), sodomy, indecent assault, and
same gender sexual assault.
I think recognizing indecent assault
is where the line may become blurry
for many. I've learned about Sailors
being groped who didn't press charges.
because they didn't feel it was severe
enough to be a sexual assault, though
simply being touched in an inappro-
priate sexual manner is the very defi--
nition of indecent assault!
The Navy's goal is to eliminate sex-
ual assault incidents and provide the
safest possible environment for our
personnel. This may seem like a big
task, but there are precautions both
men and women can take to reduce
these incidents and increase overall
safety. Here are a few precautions to
keep in mind:
Passiveness and submissiveness
can create a climate for sexual
aggressiveness. You have the right to
express your feelings and wishes and
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you in jeopardy,
so be loud, clear
and to the
point!!!
FLTCM(SS/SW) You have the
R:D. West right to make
choices about
your behavior and the right to expect
those choices be respected. Believe
that your body belongs to you only
you can choose what you want, and
you don't have to do anything that
you don't want. When you're going
out, use the buddy system and when
you 'do, ensure you stick to it. Know
.what situations might lead to sexual
assault and who potential perpetra-
tors are
The things that are needed in order
to sexually assault someone are: pri-
vacy, opportunity and vulnerability.
Don't give them. Don't leave your
drink unattended; drink only from
unopened cans and bottles. Drink
what you have prepared yourself and
avoid group drinks like punch. Trust
your instincts. If your initial "no,"
does not stop an attack, gell and try
to physically get out of the situation.
Spend time with someone new
while you are with a group of people
before deciding to be alone with him
or her Set sexual limits and commu-
nicate those clearly. Do not give
mixed messages this can lead to an
unintentional sexual assault, which
neither you, nor the assailant, wants.
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assaults that occur due to miscommu-
nications.
Know the definitions of sexual
assault. Understand that "no." means
no, whether it is said harshly or flir-
tatiously. Don't rely on nonverbal
communication for your direction -
just because someone is intoxicated
and kissing you, doesn't mean the
individual wants to have sex.
It is 'never acceptable to force your
sexual wishes on a partner, even if
you think they want you to do it. If
you use or imply force or threats to
have sex, you are committing rape.
even if you know the person and have
had sex with them before. And stay
sober! If a person appears to like you.
they will like you sober too.
I really think the most important
thing I can talk about here is that
alcohol and drugs are often related to
acquaintance rape. These substances
can blur messages and reduce judg-
ment and self-control. So, please, just
don't do it or put yourself in a situa-
tion to allow you to be drugged. Find
activities for you and youdffriends to
enjoy without alcohol. If you drink,
don't drink to excess where you might
blackout or lose control of yourself
and be unable to get out of unwanted
situations.
Though these tips can help to avoid
sexual assault. sometimes attacks can
still-occur, and if one does, you should
go to a safe place with "a phone and
call the local or. base.pplice immedi-
ately. Or go to a hospital clinic and
have the police notified for you. You
should not shower, change clothes or
straighten up the site where the
attack occurred. Call the rape hotline
or the.SAVI representative for your
command. You may also choose to
call a friend to assist you.
As a victim, you are not at fault and
should know your rights. You have
the right to respect for your privacy


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Hey, MoneyMan!
I just got my $2,100
income tax refund and I
was wondering what I
should do with this money.
Someone told me that I
should pay off all my bills,
but someone else said I
should invest it. Any ideas?
MoneyMan Sez:
On the surface, getting a
big tax refund seems like a
good deal, but usually, the
bigger the refund, the big-
ger the mistake. Why did
you get so much money
back? If you are like most
of us it is because you paid
too much in and effectively
gave an interest-free loan
to Uncle Sam.
The first thing you should
do is adjust your tax with-
holdings so you can have
the money available to you
each month instead of wait-
in' to the end of the year to
co ect a part of your pay.
Tlhn, you should pay off all


of your unsecured loans.
With the extra income
each month, you may not
need to run up your credit
card debt next year. Then
you should save some
amount each month. Say
you are 25 years old and you
get a $1,200 refund each
year for 20 years. Your
refunds would total $24,000.
Instead, you could invest
the $100 monthly overpay-
ment and, with a 10 percent
return; you would accumu-
late around $75,000 over
that same period of time.
Put the money in a Roth
IRA, and the growth is tax-
free. I recommend you go
over to PSD and change
your W-4 so that you cover
your taxes, but reduce your
refund. Pay off your bills and
invest your extra $800 this
year and your future month-
ly savings in a Roth IRA.
More questions? Contact Hey
Moneymnn! at 778-0353.


SUNDAY SERVICES

You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Saturday and
Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic
Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at
9:45-10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD i- 10:45
a.m.-14.15 p.m.


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Job title/command:
Instructor/CNATTU Jax

Hometown: Jacksonville

an Family Life: I'm married to Chitra
Sand we have two daughters, Kaylah and
Analise.

Past Duty Stations: AIMD Jax, HS-11, HL-
5

j, Career Plans: To excel in the enlistdWranks
L or become an officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Watching
my daughters being born.

Words of Wisdom: It's never too late to
5, continue your education.




MELI55R TUBEN5
Job title/command:
Admin/Supply Clerk, NAS Jax
Security Department

Hometown: Santurce,
Puerto Rico


Family Life: Matried with a very loving and
supportive family.' .

Past Duty Stations: None.

Career Plans: I have many, but I enjoy
mentoring children in need.

Most Interesting Experience: Working
with the people of the NAS Jax Security
Department..

Words of Wisdom: Some people dream of
worthy accomplishments, while others stay
awake and do them.


Sponsors needed for event
AS Jacksonville is hosting a Safety Rodeo for
motorcycles, ATVs, personal watercraft; and boats
March 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at NAS
Jacksonville.
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department (MWR)
is currently looking.for sponsors of safety apparel and'
associated safety gear. Sponsors will display merchandise
that meets the reLuirements of applicable military
instructions. Motorcycle safety apparel that meets
Department of Defense requirements for use on board
Department of Defense installations include Department
of Transportation approved helmets, goggles and face
.shields, sturdy footwear, full-fingered gloves, riding jackets
and pants and any items which improve visibility.
Presentations or displays that promote proper safety
merchandise features and uses are highly desired. For
more information on sponsorship, please contact MWR
Marketing Director Shannon Leonard at 542-3577 or
email Shaninon.d.Leonard@navy.mil.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer JO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JiA AlI NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the Ji AIB NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication Shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-


tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JI AlA NEm can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the JuAlllitI, Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JI AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:

Iax-lir News
Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202 i
904-359-4168
Linda Edenfield, t ertising Sales Manager 904-35l-4336


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NAS Jacksonville Tax Center is open for business


By Navy Legal Service
Office
he Jacksonville Tax
Center is now offi-
cially open. The tax
center provides free federal
income tax preparation and
free electronic tax filing
services to all active duty
military personnel, retired
military personnel and
their families.
' The tax center is located
in Building 583 on Keily
Street. It is open for busi-
ness from 8:30 a.m. 4
p.m., Monday-Wednesday-
Friday, and 9 a.m. 4 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday. In'
order to assist in filing
returns, customers are
asked to bring the following
information:
All 2005 W-2s, Wage
and Earning Statements,
Social Security cards (social
security cards are mandato-
ry without a military ID,
dependent ID's do not
count) and dates of birth for
each family member.
1099-INT forms (re-
flecting any interest made
from savings/checking
accounts)
1099-DIV forms (re-
flecting dividends, capital
gain distributions from
mutual funds, stocks, etc.)
Dependent Care State-
ment from day care provid-
ers, to include their SSN/EIN
and address, documenting

New program
By Eva Kowalski
Training Support Center
Great Lakes Public Affairs


Sailors and career
counselors from Great
Lakes, Ill., learned
about the benefits and new
features of the United
Services Military Appren-
ticeship Program (USMAP),
Jan. 26.
USMAP, managed by
Naval .Education and
Training Command (NETC),
is a formal military train-
ing program that provides
active-duty Coast Guard,


Photo by O01 Mike England
NAS Jax VITA Volunteer AT2(AW) Larry Threadgill reviews the taxes of Kathleen Davila as her
2-year-old son Tucker waits. VITA offers free tax preparation for all active duty personal,
retirees and their family members.


how much was spent for qual-
ified childcare expenses.
Power of attorney, if
married filing a joint return
and spouse will not be pres-
ent to sign tax return. Blank
check, or bank routing tran-
sit number and account
number, if you choose to
have your refund directly
deposited into your account.
Due to the type of train-
ing given to our VITA reps,
the following information is
provided on what type of
taxes they can and cannot


prepare:
Willprepare
Form 1040EZ; Form
1040A with Schedule 1, 2, 3
& EIC; Form 1040 with
Schedule A, B, C-EZ; D,
EIC, R and SE; Form 1040-
V; Form 1040-ES, Form
2441(child and develop-
ment care credit); Form
8812 (additional child tax
credit) and Form 8863 (edu-
cation credits).
Will not prepare
Schedule C (profit loss


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Marine Corps, and Navy employer of choice for peo-
service members the oppor- ple looking for career
tunity to improve their job opportunities that offer
skills and to complete their
civilian apprenticeship long-term growth potential
requirements while they
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"Providing our Sailors,
Marines and Coastguards- "
men with opportunities to .
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and advanced schedule D
(capital gains and losses);.
Schedule E (rents and roy-
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for social security number);
Form 2106 (employee busi-
ness expenses); Form 3903
(moving); Form 8606 (nond-
eductible IRA) and Form
8615 (minor's investment
income).
For more information on
the tax center, call 542-
8038.

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6 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 9, 2006


Protestant Chaplain
(Lt.) Jose Molina (left)
and Catholic Chaplain
(Cmdr.) Mike Mikstay
of the NAS Jax Chapel
review some of the..
information that will
be taught during the
new "Why Catholic?
and Celebration of
Discipline: The Path
to Spiritual Growth"- ---
courses that will soon
be offered here -
through the chapel. -
Photo by Kaylee LaRocc


New religious programs


being offered by base chapel


By Kaylee LaRocque
,Staff Writer
In an effort to reach out to the local
military community, the chaplains
and religious program specialists from
the NAS Jax Chapel have developed sev-
eral new religious programs outside the
usual Sunday services. These new pro-
grams will bring small groups together in
an informal setting to interact, learn
about their different faiths and share
ideas and thoughts.
"The Why Catholic? Journey Through
the Catechism" series was recently insti-
tuted by the Archdiocese for the Military
Services. The Archbishop asked military
cha-pels around the world to get involved
in this new program, we are among the
first to respond to it. There are about
eight military chapels around the world
that are gearing up to offer this program
and it's hoped that within time, more will
offer the series," said NAS Jax Command
Chaplain (Cmdr.) Michael Mikstay. "And,
as I thought about this new program, I
realized we could do something much big-
ger here to reach out to our. local commu-
nity. So I asked the other chaplains what
they thought and if they had any ideas.
We came up with three new programs
that will start here to coincide with the
beginning of Lent."
The first new program is called Why
Catholic? Journey Through the
Catechcism. This two-year series will
bring small groups together in a facilita-
tor's home for prayer, discussion, scripture
readings and catechism study.
"Our participants will decide when they
want to meet we hope to have 8-10 peo-
ple in each group. People: can start the
program at any point in the cycle. As
more military chapels get involved in this,
people can transfer and continue on with
their sessions," explained Mikstay. "We
hope that by having these small groups,
people will be a little more apt to, come
and get involved.
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the Catechism series will begin March 5.
For the Protestant community, a new
program called Celebration of Discipline:
The Path to Spiritual Growth will begin
March 8 at 6 p.m. at the Chapel Center's
Fellowship Hall. This program will run
each Wednesday night for six weeks. A
light dinner will be offered.
"The program is based on a curriculum
of material called Celebration of
Discipline. It's an interactive path to spir-
itual growth. The curriculum focuses on
six different spiritual disciplines and how
to develop them," explained NAS Jax
Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina. "The spiritual
disciplines I selected to study are issues
that people really don't think about. The
program is going to be interactive, infor-
mal and informational."
For members of the Jewish community,
a rabbi from Congregation Ahavath
Chesed has offered to visit the NAS Jax
Chapel on a regular basis to cater to the
needs of military members stationed here.
A special dinner/discussion is planned for
Feb. 25 from 5-7 p.m. The event will con-
clude with Havdalah.
, "We are thrilled to be able to offer a pro-
gram to our Jewish community here. If we
have interests in bringing other religious
events here, we will certainly try to
accommodate people here by making con-
tacts in the local community," said
Mikstay, enthusiastically.
Mikstay would like to stress that these
programs are open to everyone. "We have
in both the Catholic and Protestant com-
munities here, a high percentage of
retirees. We would also like to reach out
and touch the families on base and those
individuals in the barracks who perhaps
have not thought about getting in contact
with their church or religious community.
I really hope that by offering these pro-
grams here, people will respond positive-
ly," added Mikstay.
For more information on these new pro-
grams or to register, please contact the
base chapel at 542-3051.


By Chaplain (Lt.) Jose
Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
The scene is a doctor's
office as the physician
speaks to his patient:
"Jim, you are in terrible
shape! You simply have to
do something about your
condition. First, tell your
wife to cook healthier meals.
Then you have to stop work-
ing yourself to death. Work
instead on creating a budget
and stick to it. That will
eliminate much stress.
Make sure you take some
time to relax. Unless you
make those changes in your
life, you'll probably be dead
in 30 days!"
Jim's response: "Doc, it
would sound more official
coming from you. Would
you mind calling my wife
and sharing those instruc-
tions with her?"
While Jim made his way
home, the doctor spoke with
his wife on the phone and
made her aware of the grav-
ity of her husband's health
condition. When Jim
arrived home his wife
rushed up to him and said:
"Honey, I just .spoke with
the doctor and I'm so sorry .
... It sounds like you have
30 days to live." So much
for empathy!
How we respond to the
'circumstances of life is a
matter of choice. How life
responds to us is quite
'beyond our control.
Whenever you are looking
for answers that lie beyond
the doctor's prescription
medication be assured that
the power of a praying
man/woman defies the cir-
cumstances of life. In fact,
just pray. In times of trou-
ble, pray. In times of joy,
pray. In times of sickness,
Pray!
I must humbly report to
you that in spite of an


Penicillin" are not mutually
exclusive. I vividly remem-
ber the day my 3-year-old
son underwent surgery. At
the end of the operation the
attending surgeon met my
wife and me in the waiting
room and advised us to pray
for the boy's recovery. I've
been present at trauma cen-
ters when doctors have
advised family members to
pray because they had
reached the limits of their
medical skill.
The Medical Tribune
(Volume 27, #1) related the
story of Dr. Randy Byrd, a
San Francisco cardiologist.
Byrd is a former assistant
professor of medicine at the
University of California.
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randomized study of 393
coronary care unit patients
at San Francisco General
Hospital. He arranged for
prayer groups to pray for
192 of his patients, but not
for 201 others. The results
showed that those prayed
for suffered fewer complica-
tions! Only three required
antibiotics. Only six suf-
fered pulmonary edema and
none required intubation.
Those for whom there was
no prayer suffered more.

See PRAYER, Page 13


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S service members who deploy to combat zones or
third world countries to fight the war on terrorism
have to deal with numerous threats to their mis-
sions and personal safety.
However, one hazard that many of them may overlook is
the threat posed by insects. These tiny menaces have the
capability to inflict more casualties on a military unit
than bullets or bombs combined. Although insects and dis-
eases are under control in some parts of the world, there
are many countries
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enemies run ram-
pant. Unfortunately,
these are the same
areas of the world
our service members.
are often deployed, '
which makes disease -
carrying insects, or
vectors, a serious
threat to mission
readiness. Diseases
can spread quickly
in a military unit,
due to the bite of
mosquitoes or ticks .
unsanitary living
conditions, water,
contamination,
and/or human con-
tact.
To protect our mili- -
tary personnel
against these dis-
against these dis- Disease Vector Ecology and Control
eases, primarily Center Assistant Training Officer
vectored) by insects, Dave Wolfert vividly describes one of
thetDre art nt fcthe many insect species that make
the Department of their home in Jacksonville to a group
Defense employs a of children from West Riverside
small group of med- Elementary School.
ical entomologists Elementary School .
among the branches
of the Armed Services. These highly trained professionals
work hand-in-hand with their enlisted counterparts, the
preventive medical technicians (PMTs), who are responsi-
ble for a variety of programs all aimed at keeping our
troops healthy.
The Department of the Navy employs approximately 36
entomologists stationed around the world, 11 of whom are
assigned to the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center
(DVECC) at NAS Jacksonville along with 21 other med-
ical and administrative personnel.
"Our job here is to provide onsite and technical support
primarily through disease vector control and preventative
medicine for all operational and deployed forces,"
explained DVECC Officer in Charge Cmdr. Steven Rankin
DVECC, along with several research labs and
Environmental and Preventive Medicine Units (EPMUs),
fall under the guidance of the Navy Environmental
Health Center (NEHC) in Portsmouth, Va., which is under
the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED).
DVECC consists of several departments, each playing
an important role in day-to-day operations. DVECC's
Administrative Department consists of administrative
assistants, budget analysts, secretaries and computer spe-


A:: ,2-, ..
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ADAPCO Technician Todd Gwinn uses a DC-
III to measure the size, frequency and velocity
of the droplets being produced by a pesticide
spraying device being tested by the Disease
Vector Ecology and Control Center.


cialists who work
tirelessly to en-
sure that the com-
mand's personnel
receive the sup-
port they need to
do their jobs.
The Medical
Entomology
Information
(MEI) Depart-
ment is tasked
with obtaining
vector bionomics,
arthropod-borne
disease and con-


The personal at the
Disease Vector Ecology
and Control Center's
Testing and Development
Department use a laser to
determine the size and
frequency of the droplets
of ipineral oil emitted by
pesticde sprayers such as
the London Fogger 1820.
Mineral bil is used
because it is non-toxic
and often mixed with pes-
ticides during their use.


trol information and distributing it to requesting govern-
ment agencies.
Specifically, the MEI Department develops and dissemi-
nates in-depth, country-specific Vector Risk Assessment
Profiles (VECTRAPS) as part of the Navy Medical
Entomology Information System. Information databases
and VECTRAPS are generated through internet searches,
literature searches, personal contacts, and in country vis-
its. VECTRAPS are regularly updated and forwarded to
the Navy Environmental Health Center. The MEI
Department can forward VECTRAPS to requesting agen-
cies via hard copy, disk or e-mail format.
MEI Department Head Lt. Kathryn Barbara thinks
VECTRAPS can be a vital decision making tool for com-
manders in the field. "A VECTRAP can give a commander
a heads up to potential threats posed by vectors that could
potentially cause casualties in their units," she stated.
The DVECC Training Department conducts in-house
and off-site training for service members and DoD civil-
ians. Three of these courses train the civilian pesticide
applicators that work on DoD installations and a fourth
recertifys licensed pesticide applicators. A fifth course,
designed for reservists on two-week active duty training,
is an introduction to the problems and solutions associat-
ed with vector-borne disease in the military. An advanced,
two-week program in operational pest management pre-
pares qualified preventive medicine personnel to establish
a temporary public health pest management program

See DVECC, Page 9
(Left) Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center
Entomologist Lt. Cmdr. Eric Hoffman gives children from
West Riverside Elementary School a close look at the
Madagascar spitting cockroach.

(Right) Robert Bonnett, president of London Foggers
Pest Control Equipment Company, makes an adjustment
to t is Model 1820 London Fogger during ap equipment
test at the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center.









JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 9, 2006 9


(Above) Robert Bonnett, president of London.Foggers Pest Control Equipment Company, pours min-
eral oil into his Model 1820 London Fogger before he tests the equipment.

Photos by JO1 Mike England
(Below) U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Engineer Clink Hoffman uses a "spinner" to meas-
ure the size, frequency and velocity of the droplets being produced by a pesticide spraying device
being tested by the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center at NAS Jax.


DVECC: New Orleans benefitted from department expertise


From Page 8


where none exists, and to do so under extraordinary condi-
tions. They also offer an on-the-job training program that
allows qualified military personnel to intern at their cen-
ter for two weeks. The department also hosts school tours
and its members offer presentations to local schools.
"We teach people about the kinds of problems insects
can cause and methods of preventing them," said DVECC
Training Department Head Dr. Andy Beck. "Effective
training can drastically reduce the number of vector-relat-
ed casualties a unit has."
The Operations Department is the primary consulting
resource for the center. Their direct contact with Navy and
Marine Corps units is mostly through operations; whose
personnel conduct assist visits to ships and shore stations
in support of pest management and environmental securi-
ty programs. Operations personnel conduct a shipboard
pest control training program to certify shipboard person-
nel in the skills needed to keep the shipboard environ-
ment pest free, and they act as U.S. Department of
Agriculture inspectors for the pest-free certification of
vehicles and cargo entering CONUS after being deployed
elsewhere. Operations personnel often cooperate with gov-
ernment and academia to conduct basic research related
ito vector-borneNdisease transmission inhhe southeastern
U.S. and elsewhere.


"We recently returned from New Orleans where we pro-
vided guidance and assistance in preventing any potential
vector-borne disease outbreaks. We also have ongoing
humanitarian assistance projects all over the world. This
center is also actively involved as the program manger for
the Navy's West Nile Virus surveillance program in the
U.S.," said DVECC Entomologist Lt. j.g. Ephraim Ragasa.
The Testing and Evaluation (T&E) Department tests
and evaluates pest control equipment, pesticides and con-
trol strategies. They provide aerosol droplet analyses for
pesticide application equipment, calibration of pesticide
dispersal equipment and preventive maintenance on pes-
ticide dispersal equipment for allied naval activities.
The department also conducts collaborative research
with other academic and vector control agencies in aerosol
cloud dynamics, equipment development, and the evalua-
tion of pest management methods. T&E is called on a
daily/weekly basis by universities, state and federal gov-
ernments and other DoD military branches requesting
information on equipment for vector control, pest control
tactics or strategy and aerosol droplet spectra concerns.
Much of T&E's work is published in technical journals fur-
thering the focus on DVECC as a vector control center for
DoD.
T&E Department Head Dr. Todd Walker thinks that
evaluating equipment before it goes to the fieod is an
important job. "Making sure a piece of equipment does


what it is supposed to do is vital to servicemembers in the
field," he stated. "A bad piece of equipment is a waste of
taxpayer dollars and will little to prevent vector related
casualties."
When operational units deploy, DVECC is often called
upon to provide information about what diseases are
prevalent in the surrounding area and what preventive
measures should be taken to minimize the risk of con-
tracting those diseases. They send teams, which usually
consist of one entomologist and two PMTs, to gather infor-
mation from local medical personnel by conducting onsite
surveillance and testing for malaria and other diseases.
They then train the PMT assigned to the unit on the
control measures needed. This could be anything from
treating uniforms with repellents to using mosquito net-
ting. If necessary, they also have the capability of using an
ultra-low volume insecticide spray as a control measure.
This causes minimal environmental damage and specifi-
cally targets the flying insects. While mosquitoes are usu-
ally their biggest concern, the entomologists also keep a
close eye on ticks, flies, spiders and when called upon a
wide variety of reptiles. Mosquitoes carry many diseases
including malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever, encephalitis,
and West Nile virus. Ticks carry Lyme disease and sand
flies can carry leishmaniasis.
For more informationion DVECC or to request support,
call 542-2424.










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Volunteers needed for Daytona 500 event


From Staff


Attention all NASCAR fans!
For the third consecutive
year, the military community
has been invited to be a part of the
pre-race show at the Daytona 500
NASCAR Nextel Cup race Feb. 19.
Military personnel and their family
members are being asked to unfurl
two giant American flags during the
opening ceremonies and to also be
participants in other areas of the
show.
Active-duty personnel are encour-
aged to wear their, uniforms,
although they are not required, dur-
ing the event. All members of the
cast will be given a T-shirt to wear
during the show with their own


INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
black pants and shoes if they chose
not to wear a uniform.
This is a unique opportunity to be
a part of the show and attend the
race afterwards (at no charge). If
you would like to be a part of the
show, you must attend a Saturday
practice session at 7 a.m. The day
of the race, you will have to arrive
very early. Details will be provided
if you decide to volunteer for the
event. To sign-up, go to:
www.d500showvolunteers.com.


When filling out the form under the
block marked school, type in "MILI-
TARY" so you can be properly identi-
fied and cast in the production.
Note: There will be limited oppor-
tunities to park campers/motor
homes at the Saturday practice site
and stay overnight. There will be
no facilities (i.e. water, power, etc.) so
you will have to dry camp if you
wish to stay on Saturday night. If
you would like to do this, please e-
mail Cmdr. Cynthia Wilkerson at
cynthia.e.wilkerson@pcola.med.navy.
mil so we will have an idea of how
many individuals/groups are inter-
ested in camping that night.
Transportation will be provided from
the practice site on Sunday both
before and after the race.


TRICARE Dental Program begins new contract


From TRICARE
T RICARE Manage-
ment Activity will
begin its new TRI-
CARE Dental Program
(TDP) contract with United
Concordia Companies Inc.
on Feb. 1, 2006. United Con-
cordia will continue to fur-
nish worldwide, comprehen-
sive dental coverage to
include preventive, diagnos-
tic, restorative and mainte-
nance services to all eligible
Uniformed Services active
duty family members and to
National Guard, and Re-
serve members and/or their
eligible family members.
Under the new contract,
TRICARE has added bene-
fits to the dental program,
including dental implants
and related prosthetics, and.
extended restorative servic-
es to teeth affected by attri-
tion, erosion, abrasion, and
congenital or developmental
defects.
The TDP will continue to
offer a comprehensive den-
tal benefit package that
includes dental X-rays, peri-
odic examinations, clean-
ings, fluoride treatment, fill-
ings, root canals, dental
crowns and bridges, and
orthodontics.
"We will work closely with


United Concordia to main-
tain beneficiary and
provider satisfaction while
ensuring that quality and,
access standards continue to
be met," said Col Gary
Martin, director, Dental
Care Division, TRICARE
Management Activity. "It is
a cost-effective benefit that
eligible beneficiaries cannot
afford to do without to main-
tain their dental health."
The TDP is an affordable
and portable program that
makes it easy to maintain
good dental health.,Eligible
beneficiaries may enroll in
single member plans or fam-
ily plans.
Now through Jan. 31,
2007, the monthly single
member enrollment premi-
um for most eligible benefi-
ciaries is $10.51 with the
family premium as low as
$26.27 monthly. Information


on enrollment, premium
costs, and benefits can be
found at www. TRICARE
dentalprogram.com.
The TDP program en-
courages diagnostic and pre-
ventive care for children
ages one to four. Sponsors
are encouraged to enroll
their children at age one to
ensure a good foundation for
dental health and may help
reduce costs later for unnec-
essary dental procedures.
Cost shares will continue
to be reduced for active duty
service members in pay
grades E-1 to E-4 for some
dental services under the
new contract. The reduction
in cost-shares is provided to
encourage these families to
seek appropriate dental care
and improve their dental
health.
All current TDP-enrolled
members will receive a new


personalized TDP Identifi-
cation Card and benefit
booklet prior to the new con-
tract taking effect. TDP
enrollees and providers will
be sent regular updates on'
benefits and coverage. New
enrollees will be sent a per-
sonalized TDP Identification
Card and benefit booklet.
United Concordia accepts
and enrolls new members by
phone or on their Web site.
For more information go
to www.TRICARE dental-
program.com, or calling toll-
free 1-800-866-8499, 24
hours a day. Beneficiaries
may also access the TRI-
CARE Web site at www.tri-
care.osd.mil.


FLEET: Sex assault a horror


From Page 2

and be treated fairly; be
protected from the accused
offender; be notified of and
be present at all court pro-
ceedings related to the
offense; confer with an
attorney; seek restitution;
have information about
conviction, sentencing,
imprisonment and release
of the offender.
This is one subject I hate
to write an article about,
but I think it's important
for us to protect each other
from those deviants who
lay in wait for opportunity.
Hopefully by reading this
and taking the discussed
preventative steps, you will
take the opportunity away.
I'm not talking just to
Sailors; it's a growing crime'
in society, and we need to
ensure our entire Navy
Team (Sailors, family, civil-
ians) knows how to protect
itself.
I recently sent out to the
Fleet and Force Master
Chiefs an outstanding
Sexual Assault Awareness


Plan designed by 7th Fleet.
If you have not seen this or
desire a copy, contact those
Master Chiefs so we can get
the data to you.
Warriors, I know by using
the plan and some common
sense, we can significantly
reduce the incidence of this
crime Navy-wide. The
biggest deterrent is knowl-
edge; our team cannot allow
these crimes to continue -
we are better than that.
FLEET TIP: I want to
know what you think.
What should I write about?
Does a Navy policy or pro-
gram need explanation?
Am I just missing the
mark? The best feedback
comes from the deckplate,
so I've set up an email
address so Sailors can write
to me. I just have two
rules: 1) no jumping the
chain of command on com-
mand issues (that's a big
one); 2) let's keep the ques-
tions to a Navy-wide forum.
The address is cpf.fleetfeed-
back@navy.mil, and I'm
looking forward to hearing
from you.


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Red Cross collecting

personal hygiene items

for Iraq war wounded

Naval Hospital Jacksonville's American Red
Cross volunteers continue to collect personal
hygiene products, such as shaving products,
soaps, shampoos and hair care items,
lotions, cleansing wipes, toothpaste/brushes,
mouthwashes, etc. to send to the National
Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. The
donated items will be provided to wounded
troops being treated there.
The Red Cross volunteers have already col-
lected and shipped one large box of items to
the Center and the items were most appreci-
ated.
A drop box for such items is located at the
Red Cross Information Desk at the Outpatient
Clinic entrance. Donations will be taken from
8 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday.


VIP visits

area Reservists

Assistant of Defense of Reserve Affairs Thomas Hall
talks with Sailors during an all hands event
for reserve commands in the Southeast Region
Jan. 27 in VP-30's auditorium.


Jacksonville area pets go online


From Petfinder.com


T he Old Dog House, Jacksonville,
recently joined other animal welfare
organizations in the area who list
their homeless pets on Petfinder.com, the
oldest and largest database of adoptable
animals on the Internet. The site currently
has more than 180,000 homeless pets list-
ed and it is updated continuously..
More than 9,100 animal welfare organi-
zations in the U.S., Canada and other
countries post their pets on Petfinder.com.


The Old Dog House pets can be viewed at
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/FL593.h
tml. Once visitors to the site find a pet
They are interested in, they contact the
shelter where it is housed. Each animal
placement group has its own policies and
handles its own adoptions.
Petfinder.com was created in early 1996
as a grassroots project by Jared and Betsy
Saul to end the euthanasia of adoptable
pets. Since its inception, the site has facili-
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PROGRAM: Civilian certification now available


From Page 4


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said, the trades average from 2,000 to
10,000 hours and vary in the amount of
time they will take to complete from one to
four years.
Service members get recognition for
their jobs in the civilian world just by log-
ging their hours during on-the-job training
(OJT) and meeting the knowledge specifi-
cations of the program. According to
Ledbetter, it is also the largest apprentice-
ship program in the military, with 13,054
members enrolling in fiscal year 2005.
"We have 124 trades that we offer
apprenticeship certification, which covers
every rate in the military except for three:
Air Traffic Controller, Cryptologic
Technician Interpretive and Musician,"
said Ledbetter. "An average Sailor doing an
eight-hour job can complete 2,000 hours in
: a year."
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'Family Support Center (FFSC) Life
-41Skills Education and Support
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,ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
ly problems.
S All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
--ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
.."" .required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.
'arah Weekes (le9ftyand Ashley Cornell create special Valentine's Cards for service mem-
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FCCJ's spring schedule for NAS Jax. classes released


From the Navy College Office


Florida Community College at
Jacksonville's spring schedule runs
March 5 through May 5. All classes
are held at NAS Jax.
Registration is open now. Active duty
personnel must process their tuition assis-
tance (TA) request in'the Navy College
Office prior to the start of classes (please
allow 48 hours for TA processing) Navy TA
will pay 100 percent of the tuition cost up
to 12 semesters (four courses) per fiscal


The following workshops are available in
February:
Feb. 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program Workshop (separating)
Feb. 14, 9 a.m. noon Stress Management
Workshop
Feb. 23, noon 1:30 p.m. Cary Buying
Strategies Workshop
Feb. 27 March 2, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program Workshop
(retiring)
Feb. 28, 9 a.m. noon Anger Management
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For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


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bers of the National Guard and Reserves. Admission is free.
Hire Vets First is part of the U.S. Department of Labor and was established by an
act of Congress in 2002.
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military Web site at www.recruitnilitary.com and show up at the door with at least
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
From left, NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson, Naval Air Depot Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. John Scanlan II, HMCS Johnna Morton of
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Naval Facilities
Engineering Command Southeast Commanding Officer
Capt. Paul Walden proudly display their Combined
Federal Campaign (CFC) Leadership Awards after being
presented the awards from Field Policy and Management
Director U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development and Commander, Navy Region Southeast
Chief of Staff Capt. Lawrence Cotton.


CFC: Fund-raiser claims

success for another year

of hard work

From Page 1

unified because the number of base personnel is even
lower than in 2004," continued Lesser.
According to Lesser, the campaign wouldn't have been
possible without the help of numerous volunteers. "I'd
like to personally thank my 2005 loaned executive staff
of CSC Sophia Jeffries, CS1 Dempsey Daniels, CS1
Donnie Johnson and all the department of tenant com-
mand coordinators and key workers for their outstand-
ing support during the campaign," said Lesser.
All five divisions in the area achieved their goals,
including the three local Navy bases NAS Jacksonville,
NS Mayport and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
The region did remarkably well overall they far
exceeded the goal. In the midst of the devastation from
the hurricanes, the contributions for the region were
great," added Commander, Navy Region Southeast CFC
Chairperson Lt. Cmdr. Liz Veramendi.
At the conclusion of the celebration, the audience wait-
ed in anticipation to see how much their hard work paid
off. "You are all terrific and I salute you," remarked
Cotton, as he revealed the final contribution figure of
$2,246,594 at the end of the presentation. "Thank you to
all of you for your generous support for time, energy and
ideas that make our CFC so great."
For more information. visit www.cfc-at-work.org.

PRAYER: A link with well-being
From Page 6

Sixteen needed antibiotics. Eighteen suffered pulmonary
edema. Twelve required intubation. The doctor's conclu-
sion: "the patients who were prayed for did better."
You may call this a fluke. You may dismiss this as
quackery. But you cannot dismiss the numerous other
studies that assert that there is a link between prayer and
well-being. The habitual presence of chaplains and
chapels in practically all major hospitals attest to it.
So, let us pray because I believe that prayer is the point
where we can "touch" and discern the almighty's direction.
I believe that prayer is the place where we can get a taste
of the pleasure of God. I believe that prayer is the plat-
form where we can sense the power of God. If this is true,
and I believe it is, it would follow that our own pleasure,
comfort, purpose and inner power in life is directly related
to our prayer life.
Nothing wrong with penicillin . and there's nothing
wrong with prayer!


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax Nd. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetingsare 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 Methbdist 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 monthly at 7
p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive,
Orange Park, Fla. The chapter
also has service officers avail-
able Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with
claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, 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, reservists, retired
military and active and, retired
Department of Defense civil-
ians. For more information, call
778-0805, or email com-
modore@ njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second


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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 Jack-
sonville 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 Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Angela
Adams at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com
The Association of Avia-
tion Ordnancemen's meeting
is:'held the third Thursday of.
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Micnael Steckly at 542-
5508 or'Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.
com.
The First Coast Black Nur-
ses Association holds their


ing held at 1 p.m. on thefourth
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 5:30
p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Ri-
ders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first
Wednesday of. each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard., The
"Wingnutts" invite all those inter-
ested in motorcycling and
motorcycle safety. They also
have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley
Avenue at 7 p.m. every Friday
night. For more information, call
269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genealo-
gical Society will present their
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meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice ..
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
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Chapter 1984, National As- 1j
sociation of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open
invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet- 10573 Lakevie


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Church Hall, 2609 Park Street
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Lunch is included with cost of
registration. For complete
details and registration forms go
to http://jaxgen.home.comcast.
net/seminar6.htm.
First Coast Black Nurses
Association Inc. is hosting the
third annual Women and Heart
Disease Seminar Feb. 25 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Omni Hotel
in downtown: Jacksonville.
Breakfast will be served. For
more information and to regis-
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Begins at safe light until 3 p.m.
Limited to first 100 teams entered.
Door prizes! Cash prizes!
Call 542-3260 for additional information



For more information, call 542-3493.
Bowling leagues now forming!
Free bowling on Wednesdays foir active
duty from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not
included)


For more information on fitness and ath-
letics, call 542-3518/3229.
Learn to Lift Weights
Monday at 9 a.m. and Tuesdays at 4
p.m.
Sign-up at the Fitness Source front desk.
Sit-up Contest
Feb. 16
6 a.m.- 6 p.m.
One minute timed contest.
Prizes awarded!


For more information about I.'TT trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.


Okefenokee Swamp
Feb. 25
$26 adults, $19 children under 11
Includes transportation, guided boat
tour, scenic nature drive, and a visit to The
Chesser Homestead.
Sign-up at I.T.T. by Feb. 23.
Travel Fair
March 18
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
NEX Food Court
Vendors and door prizes.
50th annual Spring Tour ofHomes &
Gardens in Beaufort, S.C.'
March 31 & April 1
Single occupancy $241.75,
double occupancy $192.25
Includes lodging, breakfast, lunch, din-
ner, a guided city tour, and tour.
Sign up by March 1.


Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to El-E5 single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.
Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall and AMC Theater
Free
Bowling Tournament
Feb.15, 6:45 p.m.
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Aviation Technical Training Unit enjoys a
burger at last month's Last Buck BBQ spon-
sored by the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Liberty Program. This month's
BBQ is scheduled for Feb. 28 at 5 p.m. at
Liberty Cove. It is open to E1-E5 single
Sailors. For more information call 542-1335.
Prizes awarded!
New Orleans Weekend Trip
Feb. 17-20
$120, payment plans available.
Includes transportation and three nights
lodging.
Kid Rock Concert
Feb.19
$25, includes ticket and transportation.


For information on booking command or


private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club main office.
542-3041.
Reef & Beef
March 3, 6:30-9 p.m.
All you can eat gourmet seafood & beef
buffet.
$17 /person
Call 542-3041 for reservations.



Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details, call 542-
3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Constant Gardener
Feb. 17, 7 p.m. Into The Blue (R)
Feb. 18, 5 p.m. The Gospel (PG)
Feb.18, 7 p.m. The Fog (PG-13)
Feb. 24, 7 p.m. The Weather Man (R)


For more information call 542-3521.


For more information on the golf course,
please call 542-324. For Mulligan's, call
542-2936.
NAS Jax Golf Course Moving Sale
Feb. 25-26
Discounts on golf equipment and mer-
chandise.


For more information on Youth Activities
call 778-9772.
Hoop it up at the Youth Center
Monthly three-on-three basketball tour-
naments. Begins Feb. 22.
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Lifeguard training course
A three-week lifeguard training course will be
offered Feb. 14, 21 and 28 at 5 p.m. at the indoor
pool. The cost is $100 for military members, $105
for Department of Defense personnel and $140
for guests. For more information, call Tim at 542-
2930/3239.
Softball meetings slated
There will be several softball meetings Feb 15
in the Building 850 conference room. The season
will begin in March. The following are the times of
the meetings:
Greybeard 11:30 a.m. Open to active duty,
selective reservists and command Department of
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Intramural noon Open to active duty, selec-
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Women's league 12:30 p.m. Open to active
duty, selective reservists, military dependents
over 18 and Department of Defense employees.
Commands having their athletic officer or desig-. '
nated representative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join lhe ,
league.
Open softball meeting planned


wome yThe;eis a, cfipetitive divipsior anfa,'AIMD
recreat.pnavion: Anrds will be,4iven toP-the-.VP-30 Students
winners.of each divisifoh: Call 541-3239.to sign -Blount Island
up by Feb. 22 .. 'Naval Hospital Blue
Sand volleyball meeting 'VP-16
A 3-on-3, sand volleyball meeting will be held-- FACSFAC
March 8 at f;GO30 a.m. at the Building 850 confer- MEPS
enc&mrbom. The league is open to all NAS Jax Weapons
active duty, command Department of Defense AIMD 400
personnel and selective reservists. Commands HS-7
having their athletic officer or designated repre- :.,*.'
tentative attend the meeting will receive five cap-. Flag
tain's cup points. All interested personnel shoua', 4-on-4 Flag I
attend the meeting to discuss rules'and .to get the
required paperwork to join the league. Team
u, AIMD
Sports officials needed VP-30 Blue
VP-30IFT
The North Florida Military Officials Association VS-22 Gold
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft- VP-45


ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

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


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As of Feb. 3
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Losses
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CPRW-11 0 4


An open softball meeting will be held Feb. 16 at
3 p.m. at Mulligans. This league is open to Intramural Ba
NAVAIR and Department of Defense employees,
active duty, military dependents over 18 and Team
selective reservists. Rules as well as days of the V
week and times for the games will be discussed at VP-30 Staff
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Yacht Club ready for spring
By Jeannie Bailey
Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club
T he Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club is celebrating their
50th year at NAS Jacksonville this year. On June 14,
1956, founder Robert Woodside, had the first
meeting for the Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club. The club
was started to promote sailing at NAS Jacksonville. The
name later changed tO Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club to
include power boaters.
We anticipate a year of celebration with races, cruises,
socials, and raft-ups. You do not need to be a boat owner to
be a member of NJYC.
NJYC is currently a self-supporting organization.
Membership is open to all active duty, retired military,
Department of Defense (DoD) employees, DoD retirees,
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department and NAS Jax
employees, and their families. Monthly meetings are held at
7:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
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246 Camden Co., 306 Intracoastal 310 Mandarin 320 Westside 320 Westside 322 Argyle 325 Jacsorille 330 Beaches
BROADWATER -3/3 Water view, poo 0 CREEKSIDE OAKS 4/2, NearN HASJAX. Acre O4/21sf ATL. BCH 3/2,lgfncd yd,
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE w/bonus, 2548sf, great cul/sac lot, 1712sf 3/2, 2547sf, brick, fp, fncd of land across from Dueto PCS, move 3/2, WFlrida 26ft comply. remod., w/d, dbl
All real estate adver- marsh views, corn- 11281 Southington PL. Irg lot,manyextras, water2200sq ft 3br Incudesawalking ab d gar,$1200m+sec+refs
rising in this newspa- pleted 2001, $480k. $256K Call 886-2413 $279,900.904.781-6782 2 ba p o o I distancetoelem 24129310r207-9006
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t ,Clubshan da iiil makes it illegal to Spanish Marsh 4/2,2car 1 Arlington 3/2, new paint, kit & ... $178300.179 1500sfworkshop, built fir, all major app, gar
Organizations For Sale advertise "any prefer- 2500sf. .5ac lot, gazeo, Arlington carpet, fen yd, 2 car ear AS JAX 1990,$250,000. f pic, pools, bit '03,
ence, limitation or dis- Minutes to Beach. carport, 6503 Solandra / 4/2 open floor plan,f 904.714I2288 $03,
105Datin and Services 230-22 Georgia Counties crimination based on $285,000. 9041728.4188 FSBO/8046 Rodin Ct. Dr. 140K Call 91-7444 50plake Call ca246-8775
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Sei cestonol-307 SanmMarcoiningram = erPlant4tion waterfront lot Ig atrium, spklr sys, remod,
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12Personals 305Southside discrimination. refn hrdwfrsceilings ga, gas fp. granite appt. 90tHue lot upgrades, must see,
Tickets 36ntroten West mi status t/ext paint, irr.ump counters, corner lot (904)908-74 330 Beachs $3395001133 Penman
SvelRides dp. 6404Weseyan Rd tub. $515000. phone Bu aHome AX BEACH ,
145900/976 Services 315 Arlington dians, pregnant women rteg.Conta r.tyouryleENleR mntary, ocean. $599,900.0 pen724lots
147 DatingServices 320 Westside and people securing Open Hse Sat/Sun 12.3. Contact9your9VA sPENCER P/2ANT New ATLBCN12block9from 2300tsf. 500/2b houos.
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SELLER 390Real Estate Wanted luxury condos cont Laes Oran e Park new aper. 75x150 lot w/i view
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FSBO 2500sf, 4/2.5 on golf DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU ANGELOBUYS 2/2MTHwAAoft, 120sf E. ARL-3/2 2carRgarNatl 4L3JTd/9 3/2.5 New 203rd St. Address CCG1 Want to help people?
course & lagoon. Gated Land Homes Packages newalwdfrs $ m new apph spotless, I u x u r y T H ORANGEPARK OCEAN FRONT CONDO, nr Blanding Irg lighted Train in lessptime
comm. lacre allbrick $980 Down $595 Month HOUSECA.SH. I p r268.1828/C2 .7 0 lo.mo sec. ro7s, 77j2Upgrades 2c oar, 2/2 Townhouse, pool, St. Augustine$695wk. sign, 5 rms, 1000s, only than you think
newly remod. Beautifu Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385 Any cond. handyman, 2 8 .2 04-249 4173 screened patIo, nice, No c red it 352.376-9644 www. $805mo. 904.465-3301 CareerServiceAvailable
mNust se e! $380K. fire damaged, MANDARIN 2/2.5 TH In p & clubhous Ineeded. Lease option. oldcity.com/oceanfront AAArIInon Expressway Financial Aid available
N Ritors please. LAND/ HOME PACKAGES distressed vacant or Blgtree nearYMCA, EASTARLINOTON-4/2 access ironwood Owner holds full for toewrjoorErew f saqvafy.
4874-1327 24 YRSEXP$DWNOSF occupied ANYWHERE, crtyd, 2 masters 1996,CO.s75sfcappll,2tar 1700sf $1575mo Jamie mortgage. $2500dwn, P_____. a ir" i BuIdning Trainingsincludes an
OF MERIT 477-4225 OR EMAIL-- O.TIO.N... $1100lm+sd 477.0385 ar. Scrmd Patio 12 x 33, 864-6699 PCSng $99,500. 386-801-3905 0 7 trnshi
GREEN COVESPRINGS JOHNSALESRBELLSOUTH.NET Apts/com D /residentlaal R $1350+ deposit 904743.2004 JULINGTON CREEK For a Brochure call nowl
S washer, 1 cgarae, LAND HOME PACKAGE TOO SLl ool,'Deerfield Lakes. Femlndina, Flort Park 3000sf 4BR 4BA.+ bonus ORANOE PR AREA 3 S l,- anford BroewrInstiotute
FSBO, $117;900, 3/2 Double Wide Quick closings or1 ) 1 ASSsI Ln. #2202, pen hoUSe weekends pool on cul-d e-sac, :..Jcarsecurly Vs. 'T 10255 Fortune Pkwy ste 501
729676,2yeas old "on 125acres in 904- 6- 163 575m 650dep. am -3pr, 3br/2ba, $1950/mo. 901- 3020 l .nkle S, I .""
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3bdrm/2bth, lgar, car- M Pd 904-0,,,n 5253 No ", /2 pnail now. 2399 JUNTON MCid .REEK.. i: nly ec.p!$ Co~ mlercial
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fangid, $118K. movein q CALL(904) 291-s2735 ,r &1'nfden'lT'". Averyt g w. Itialr e, tf formalyDinnngroom, 702 Service
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750forsalebyowner.come at ASKING $669O. 415-2571 Clean. $1350m. 2802805 ous $850mo creditto S05Commercial/ 550 Business ARE YOU REALE?
forsalebyowner.com ASK04-ee:1- O.P. -Brand new 3/2, 1525sf, down. 909-821-3093 Industrial for Rent Opportunities F/T + P/T CSR needed
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Mobile e/ d Pkg lease purch, guar financing. NEW 4/2/2 1800sf near w/shed, $950/mo. no San Jose, 3/1.5 in great businesses for Sale Franchises FieldReps (Comm. only)
iNew H 3 /2 DW, w/extrasn 276-6446 schools & YMCA $1290 pets, great location. n'brhd, apprx 1250sf, 5 talO i S ApD|V on line
38Baker County must se, 1/3 ac lot w/ OAKLEAF PLANTATION Call 375-0585 Call GHS288. 8185 fncdbcky, arportnew 510 Retail/Offiace Space 560 Financial Servces www.cfl floridcom960233
1 Oaks. $124,900. 861-4716 V Lrg 1881sf 3/2 condo GREEN COVE SPRINGS MANDARIN Spacious 3 904-46-7277/206-412-1486 515Retail/OfficeSpace orBorrow
Glen St. Marys FIL 3/2w/ Mw/den. Inci's full 4br/2balS00sf, bed 2 bath. 1772 sf. foRenta570crBorggw Bought
GnS M FL 2 w MOVING! MUSTSELLI amen's. 904-710.5543 l covered rch Silver large Fla Room large SAN MARCO 1814 Terry forRent 570Mortg esBought 705 aia
bonus room. 2200sf. 2 3/2. 1600SF+ Over Acre laEstate OoEANFRONTrg HihPXrekcai ap ch/ aund aomreri!r 70
1/2 acres. $299,500. and a Half. Won't last! eal Esae OCEANFRONT -Jax Creek,$1300/mo celnn Pl 3brl a"i 7 _.Fa _
$695 per month. for Rent Beach ground fir a2/2 ,eigh64 s o avall-5-,471or 55a -20C36 500_ LO PRODUCTIONaMGR
Call Mr. Bradley Orhood, 5344771 or 551-2036 500 Industrial LO PRODUCTION MGR
St. Johns 8741862or 291-3100 $1650mo. 221-0634 GREENCOVE SPRINGS reached a 4$1,395 Can be MARCO 4/2, 1200sf,For Sale 550 business Responsible for deve-
n40 -3MU0 400oApartments Brand new home, 3/2. reached at 476-0366 SAN MARCO 4/2, 1200sf,.orSaeB
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S quny MUSTSELLBRZ Furnished StuiPONg CTEVEDRABeH 2 car g$m.Nopets,no avail 1/20. MiddeburS.6-3ba Ci O r,kOar9....- NC Min-mat, Cabin! benefpacage. Apply
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FUI.T v4hdri manbth StainlessSteel App. prendmin iu.ms w/sep entrance, patio, smkr. Call 707-4510 *. 6'0 al" .it Jr^ tDr. 1 3Jrl NC MinC-martiCabi! benefittpackage. Apqply
t Ltaitles D Stelast e.......,-- C. 12.2 1 Zoned Cdmrmerckalt$229k Downtown Restaurant http://members..qux-
1600sf, 1.5ac, $265,000. GreatJacksoOnvaleo 412Retirement SummerhouseCondos, HERITAGELANDING nd ., 3illbr. SOUTH OP/Bear Run 3/2 919-693-8984oremail: courthouse & Bell So.
1-770-386-5892 "Finaninle Won'tLa Communities Feb. Free $1050mo./ New 4br 2300sf. $1450 1'" $,uu J0 995, 1368SF, 2 Car Gar, owner@newbranch.com v331 W Forsyth.502-6502
.U2 CALLJOHN291-0716 415Houses Furnished Jennifer917-8S97S59 Move in Dicsount for Feb. NORTHS ORE 3br/lb Kit Equi Grt Rm Fence. D
lAL0Of+91076 420 Houses Ufurnished nYFLBROKERP aoI.com Info call: 916-479-3626 $VsAOm'An LR, DR FA. V T RE 389-3540 C mca -wr/opErato.E'S'Ao png
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Sweater scrnd 425 Manufactured PONTE VEDRA 1/1 3rd HOMES&CONDOS Croom 259W. 661 h s SOUTHPOINT AREA New505 Industrial growth opptyerservicingBookkeeping
Call 904/287,8703 $2297Homes fir, screen porch fpl, AVAILABLE -Starting Cal 904-641-1537 TH, near 1-95 JTB 0 For Rent rocerystores in metrd
Ownerwillfinance. Call 427 MobileHomeLots in. washer& dryer at$875.O'Park&Jax N'SIDE -1779W. 6thSt 3/2.5,17505F, 2car gar, ax. investment of A/Pi LERK
Palencia 4/3 Park- 695-2255. 430Rloommates $800mo Call 534-7802 Zenith Realty 215-0676 3/1 totally'rehab" gated comm.$1450mo. approx $10k & delivery Full Time for Westside
sideDr.ia 4/3 Par$543K SoELLIY U ILE 43Rooems toReLt PoNTEvEDRA 8 HUEeNI T $70'Om+$50dpd small pets ok, 386-6446 D'tOWN Convenientlocation truck/trailerreq. plumbing co. Fax
sideDr.2500sf$543K SELLING YOUR MOBILE 435 Rooms to Rent PONTEVEDRA HOUSEFORRENT 904-377-8732 near Arena. WHSE/OFC.. Fax resume 778-8555 resume & salary req's
904.819.9221 HOME? TOP CASH' 440lBeach/Vacation/ 2/2, gated community. 4 br/2ba,nearschools, SS-Wolf Crk/Clfton VI. 1500sf & up. Starting at g to 904-693-0889
Old or New or Assume Resorts No pets, no smoking. 6 mi Mayport Nausta N'SIE NEW TWN- 3/2 TH, all apple, scm $985m .904708-7523 GOLF BUS.- Play lots of
_Loan. Call 7308606 445Storage/Mini- $1200mo. Call 838-4367 Keman Blvd. 929 HOME 3/2.52 STORY, prchar, gated pool, goNDARIN Medical/ pbe its
5AStrNassani2544574, $1350 1 CAR GAR. 1526sf $1275mo. 904-386-4052 MANDARIN.- Medical/ people tiroughcharities
3AI C Nassu .....Lockers PONTE VEDRA BCH AN /UPGRADES/NEAR Business, 1450sf earn an awesome inc. DUI river
County TAX REFUND = 450 Management/Rental *Summerhouse ICW/KERNAN 3/2, FCCJ, N'CAMPUS. W/D AVAIL ST. JOHNS CO. -2400sf, 5 Exam Room, 5 Mi to 800-634-0296 (24/7)
-NEWHOME!! Services 1BR$850 2casngarage, NOW, $1050, SPENCER '2. 3'2 5. i5mil amenities Hospital.904-4342728 GROWING CONSIGN- ACDLDrivers
AMELIA ISLAND, All credit accepted. new, 455 Wanted to Rent February FREE 20 2000sf, minutes 904.2547376 I 7 0 m + c ,- p WESTSDE 550', r.- MENTBOUTIQUEGreat
4/2, custom tlte, finaning, Givemeacal Mayport, on lake, formal O.P. -brand new, 4/2, 2 bays, 3/4 acre lot, l. Exc. traffic& opty
barber, cu l, .c7n _______ ____ ,O TEDRA Ocean lv dining, next to Argyle Elem. ST.NICHOLAS Adorable fenced,$1500778-0027 Turn key 904-753-1715
profes. landscape, nook, din. ak Apartmens Be2/2 renov armen eat-in-7 t., mb with w/r d por p, Ic2/1.5 hwf rs,1fl, new AC WESTSIDE 2200sf Bldg LAUNDRYcMATS -2
dinrm,$354K,4917996 VA $1 mo and homeowner fees 904-307-8023 Benny WESTSIDon.9AC. corner Automok, $140kVery
AMELIA ISLPriv SPECIALAND Open KINSLAND-Fur- (808)2583424 Avail. WESTSIDE-3/1, CH&A Wrehuse. 17 500s 3 Franchse s eand owner operators for

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QI '[)brick, tile, Berber, aew me3/2 9:1 fo. $425mo/ sec aTeR, ful&l.clubamntie. v 802 83 $150r. $2enwr Brw Tru' cking Co.,a
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W.HS/DeMH/LNDoOpen KINGSLANDFur PVB Access to ocean pad by owner. Avail (808)2342 Aval. WESTSIDE -3/1CH& Wjrehouse. 17 500zf 3 Franchise Is ex and' owner operators for
Country LivingIn CalahanH N sApartuots Call 3/1/2 cd bk detached 2100 Ingi New location our Jacksonville, FL.
,FI-10 acres of Large oaks & 1560s, call for room I include 1A o 904 23- o3,n15 06. bengdeveloedon DRIVER/LOCALn.
3 004aAWMirwith 2400sf Oer M needs dryer, D irtI" $4t 2 PVB SUMMERHOUSE 2/2 ICW -Atlantic & Girvin. 4/2.5 +den, 3 car WESTSIDE HAWKS PT SHO PCohinnF
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rec. room with wet bar & TLC, 3/2 in park or ual ere mI oeled AvlltodaS garage, 2634sf, lake- 3/2, 1700sf. $1150/mo ____ _H_ 10-6-3 r iaome most nights
ROv t 4unit. $C6ose to beach.30 m. .. preserve vOew, $ O 74 eb8ocovered e9245RedtaDrNewhome v 600 Private us online ato &weekend
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904Call-8765-79124 all TodayONT4. ae C 50-$195k SAIL COVE TOWN CEN- ful T e 0430723/30mo. 904Benny 3059 Tower Oaks. 3/2 utif For Sale M cashreq 51tops00.000 3 yrs exp.& a clean MVR.
ondo w/boat slip 'lm NEAR DOWNTOWN 35994/384-4939 TER vd. 1/1ax Bch 4/3917sf ea .5 arg 1 OP Brand new 3Br/2Ba 1250/mo Newhome nchat783-8323
H Fitness Ctri. We have a912)-832-5813ome for you. upstairs, new tile near 2300o904545bch Brand new 4071 Pe6bble Brook. Call ev4/25 ,C Or apply online at
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350 WaterfrontD 211, hrowd firs, per month. 561- 790-4143 garage, huge lot, great 4 new 4br homes avail now, WESTSIDENHR ORANGE PARK used furniture. Turn steady yr round emp
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ON rlohtv w t 0 904-757-8742 ST NICHOLAS New 2/2 425II/ Manufactured We have immediate openings throughout the area
axBchsoceanfrontd no ets -7740 m.904233 $2000 per m7434980 514-1038 NO WD HOOKUP, QUITI' w hiring for all positions, including potential. Home every
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WaBrk Ownr 2878902 $47mult-fa, apprx 139x236 East SpMARCO 420 ingfield- SAN MARCO IW200 -Waterleaf, NEW, OP/OAKLEAF PLANT.00 Roommates Work History for past 2 yrs /phone numbers Copies of certifications or special training
k P904-637-928 2BR/BA Cenral H/A. CITIHOMES 4/2 1950sf, 2g woods, 3/2.5, car T's w/many WSIDE 1 from 295 an appointment please call: (904) 370-9675 4 ilps
beach/Ocean & outside Hvy vol. 904-381-1937 Trining Highway Jacksonville
beacheanoutside$450.00 per month. No 2043 Dunsford Terr. #30 patio, comm. pool, upgrds/amen. Neg. rent 2000SF, 3br/2ba, clean,
dr$to9the0ntr8coastaL WATERFRONT LOT on Sec Dep. 904-327-2008 2/1 900sf $695 $1600m. 904-866-1431 Wanda 1-904-705-9901 7469 Wheat Rd. $850mo; PICK UP & DELIVERY 600 PrivateInstruction Ca, I 904-627-1115
-529- 44/226 SATILLA RIVER 389k $100 Off for 1st Four Mo 2 mi from 295, 2br/lba SERVICE FRANCHISE 605 Schools
2/2GOLF COURSE LOT HUD Vouchers Accepted FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Intracoasta4/2200 6019 FillydeANT. 4/ 8143ApriSt$650 Dr cleaning, launy 610SpeciatyFOR -DEMAND DRIVING JOBS
BOSTWICK 100FT on St. Marsh view with old r 1,&3 Bed (904) 73F8060 fenced back yrd, tile, Fai Din 2cgar 2300sf i s nlt3 30 PLAEMENT ASSISTANCE
Johns River. $350K. Oaks gated con168k throughout, 2 car gar, Sell $2k Lease $1450m oe repair & more. Events
Ca O 765-7912 MARSHFRONT4.acre AL 0 nt SOTHSIDEBeaut ful. 3/2 $1350mno. 904-2544574 Margie904-759-9262 W'SIDEBeautiful2008sf customers. Entire

















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Condo/boat slip Caann HEAR DOWNTOWN 3591 S. Kernan Blvd. Jax Bch 4/3.5 cargo 1 OPBrand new 3Br/ a uilt'0 8313/2 +o300ffice franchise operation
3 miles to NAS R92)-e 8a-5372 1 bedroom house. Clean. Neareverything! block to ocean, exc 2car ar,1496sf,$1200m Lake front, $1400mo (incl.van)$65K, orwillScA I
2/1.5 NEW Pol GaCoast Resosinrces Call Robert343-1380ppl/w A 287-4375 cond 3000sf 1195 noet or3/2/2ea1268sfe purcase925 9347 Hawks Pt. nr.Jx considersaleooutes 605 Scho CAR DRIVERS NEEDED
Fitness Cr. All (912)-832-5813 2300m 904- 5456677 available. 941654459 32222 407 6253672 only. Call Kevin at
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Alu inces. 30$299,50all2l030 u7 $ y 3/ / 37rr newd HELPING 0THERS!
904.Gatlinburg. 9047370144 1200/mon. 7 Mon. Or ATL BCH 3/2ate, $110washer $500CP New 4/1st new tile, OP Club Continental 3/3 W'SIDE-brand new 3/2.5
DOCTRL Farms/ te $3, I B0 Bch /LHodes 710-8081. neut. clrs, coy. porch, 1 car garage frpl ch&a twnhse 1 Car gar $1100 pa
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Executive all brick6751448 813-3971 AX BEACH -Awesome CLAY CO -enwood 3/2/2at1430SF 8 Week Eve Class March 15 All Ha M m
waterfront model, 4/3/ CALLAHAN AREA LOT oceanfront 3/2 appl. 6th Avanti. 35914/2, CH&AS. Kernn JCP-Townhome 3/2.5/1 gar Summerange W'sde Home For Rent Bdrywall and roofing.
office, pool spa dock 492 Acres, $K Per Acre. A Y PARK Blvd. r everythi 1500sf, pond no smkr/pets, .1 ParMiddeburg- Adams Lke 3/2 ly/o BAYMEADOWS OFFICE Superior Instruction Good benefits Earn
with boathouse and Call Andy 237-1419APARTMENTS exc price 287-4375 390 Southern Branch Ln. -|JiBrick home 3br 2ba Ig gar, appliances incl. CONDO FOR SALE www.mfre.com $500-$700wk. A PPLat
additional slips. 993-2578IDE Montreux 2/2 $1095 + de 4 2*223 4862 Large ard. 1 year $995o 291-0890 1200SF Exc Location (904) 2555 SEACOAST L
Massive kitchen loaded EFFINHAM C 278 leaseequipped $175,000 Call 564-2252 FloriSOUTHdaRealEstateDE 3401 Fnstitute 2919 Dawn Rd. Jax
kitch Agar, washer/dryer JTB/95 kitchen, 2 car tragedy Lake W IDF Near NAS
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bulkhed, 3/2. rin. LogCabin $89,9109 0 96-8308PCng lease, 20 15-026 WsIDE -Waterfontifi
1u wlin, $ A hunting La, St1850/e 9ir $1150mo. 824.2156 Upgrades, 2 cUar., &lawn service. c
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35 Condominsums land in Florida! nci water 731-8777 WON'T LAST We will p re-approve you *CDL Drviers A, B, D Certified Forklift Drivers Welders
R 8,120AC $16,240,000 RIVERSIDE Nice 2/1,$650. Baymeadows'/9A ARGYLE WESTSIDE over the phone-we
iehuge 2/1 $775 both Wd CanfIeld -2/2 new have new used& repo Mechanics OrderPullersWarehouse Clerical

Grante top kit/baths, St. Regis Paper Co., LLC conn., no dogs 7861090 3/2/2 1677SF $1050 3/2/2, & 4/2/2 Were
Brk -Owr 287-8802$478kUn SAN MARCO Houses $200 Off 1st Mo. Rents $995 to $1100 430 Roommates -Work History for past 2 yrs W/phone numbers Copies of certificotions or special training
kit.. 2story, $96,500. EM: 380 Properties CALL398-9492 Meadowbend
904-529-8444/226-8909 WESTSIDE 4/3, Brand New. $2000H n 3/2/1 $725tington Wdspool, 904-234-3652
PVB 2/2 -with loft, oar. ~ 2BRDUPLEXNHEWCARPET "Magnolia Point Golf& Pi o16 F WRpool,b9042343652.
AND TILE, FENCED YARD. Country Club 269-4600 Patio Home 3/2/2 1607SF $950 Robert
very private. 1600sf. SS Ilnvestor Rehab REF REQUIRED $595778-2897 AB-2/2, new carpet, 1st Months Rent Free A AtlBIvd/Hickory
tile all new upgrades, Loansrae garage, w/d i es @ Wesln Creek-Share 3/2
SOLANOGROVEr0 .Constructloans Apartments fipets,$700/mo,w Drie Hannon Stables hoincl,c$ ea/m +$400 15 3-WEEK HArIDS-ON TRAINING
Convenient location. Stringer -Highest LTV VPCALN m Congve-In special,21-5652S
App. Savings ARGYLE- 1800sf, 2 stoNorthwood 3/2/2 1562SF $995 Fe. non-smkr to Share N
Call for details. 777-5581 h at Watermill lovelyHMMw/fam. WS/OP COMPANY-SPONSORED
SOUTHSIDE -2/2, 1100sf, great schools, beauti-'piv ba. glass rm. jauzzi4
Great View, upgrades ful house, pool & 9576 Stratham Fox Hill Farms nv a, glass9mm-98u6
galore, Close to Tin- sanjoseinvestment.com 410 Condominiums Jacuzzi,$1250652-4724 3/2/2 1508sf$995 2727 FOX CreekUlO REIMBURSEMETS
seltown/ UNF. $159,900o3//2 ARYLE3/2 GREATROOMFencd 4/2/2 1910SF $1095 Fleming Island Avi 3/1
904-710-7000 TFenced!LrOBdri, furnished S..._-..__
FIREPLACE,SCREENEDPATIO,b-ilfIsu& 130I6PLACEENT ASSISTANCE
SS -2/2. oar. Ig porch, 9A/GateNewLux2/2A LARGE FENCED BACKYARD. MANDARIN Brandywine Lakes house/po -I p0rivilegesST
ose amenities, lake views, REF REQUIRED $99577&-289n7 $325+$25h0dep 610-9512 /pol.riilg
to Ave's. $169,999 / g e
881-4080 $1050mo. 904-233-7702 ARGYLE. 8121 Boones- 3 D
borough Trail 3/2, 3/2/2 1192sf $950 4/2/2, 1721SF$1025 OPRmmatewanted. 3/2
ONT X/1r AVONDALE Wtr front $975mo ./ $975 dep. On the Water! house $750mo + dep.
fpl 2nd fir,htotally updtd. 8 granite hrdwd boat slip Chatham Woods Sub
sc4 73 ch 59 K.- 1/2 off 1st mo. 521-2536 ARL -1g. 4/2.5, DOIl tbl,- NORTHSIDE 5sOrangeoParkArgyle
CH&A, w/d h d' Eagles Hammock Unit #904 3/2.5/1] non-smoker, [800) 831-1300 -WWW.ROAMASTER.COM
pinch, arh1 Point Meadows Dr. $l300mo. 99-3933 14142 Fish Eagle 1400sf $975 roomate(s) to share
Landing 2/2, scdn preh,l1445sf, upgrades, Arl. 707 Ariingwood Ave. 3/2 1797SF $1150 3/2 house. $450/mo. util
hrdwd floors, granite 01,e, near 3/1 cornerIinctluded, call NHAN
hrd floos, o pl/bath *hRehab Draw Up Front schools, Town Center n'hood, conv. Ioc.,$1150 $RentLincludedlAN
$225a. m-613mNooPr- Pay Penalties $1255mo 619.2541107M Io+dep. 904-923-5875-
904--27 *No Junk Fees 11614 Rolling River 11119 Lauren Oaks ORANGE PARK $400o.n Y
..- ---mmm *6Hor~oig GATE/9A 3/2 all appl/wtr Arlington. 3/2,fp, cbl, 3/2 1700SF$1195 3/2/2 1268sf $925 p,,t(r nar, ce. nor- .inkr
3 ll Out of Are NHgeast % LTV amenOgtdcomm, 1250sf, i Internet,oingreund please 1c90i4,-376 041j74
,J~ v TownNState O Money Down no pets,iscr porch, $1100mpool,$1100/,mo+ dep Nasher'.ryei IncA C R EO
_ _*100% Financing 804-571-5175/880-8947 904234-3652Walker's Hamlet 9"side NS h ar 3bm r
East Tennessee II Villagio 2br/2,Sba Two ARLINGTOH-3/2-, Victoria Lakes 9802Watershed n,:,dCe,,4 ..,216 ...ELEERS
EeStory Beautiful Lake / 20 mins. to base 3640 Shrewsbury 3/2/2 1347sf $925 11-
Mountain Property -IView Close To Shop- $1300Call821-1030 3/2 1673SF $1150 Wside male 5.-C, s me
Gatlinburg, TN 904.737.0144 1200/mon. 7 Mon. Or ATL BCH 3/2, washer $500Offlst Mo Rent ORANGEPARK Laz. b,--, ae., d.
7ac.&8Strea$39,900 Longer Lease Please dryerThookupfeyard. l CR
20 ac Wooded $79,900 www.acafla.com Call Rigo 813-299-3518. ti-Ie firs, avail 2/1, ORANGE PARKSOUTH 39Sle r BlInuti Cin.,-71Getas.kly
800.770-9311 ext328 Licensed Mortgage JAX BCHS. Ground level 2058 Manucy Court 3/2/2 1519sf $1070 W s WF sa3,wc
HUNTERS PARADISE Lender #L100000547767 end unit w/premier ICW BARTRAM PK/Bapt. Hosp 3 7orioiNI-lrntss
Hunting andflshing,67 new.cpt,tile,appIs w/FR, DR, Lib. & 2cgar LMIDDLEBURG mici, u,,s 9047775955 Or. choose from the following:
+ acres, well septicc 2 ADJACENT LOTS -2 PalmsResortiamenities. inclaccesstopoolclub AKE ASBmmer ok
and power, Waycross rented dwellings, $1150 $216K Realtor owned hse & fitn. dtr. Prlv. ownr 1 2791 Sapid Court =.im"Bro FlerT, Bisi.i'1,o-NEW,
GA, area. River access, mo income. $35k ea. 923-4224 $1550m. 904-759-3626 27214S F9omCourt 4/2/2 1465SF $925 43
5197K. Call 263 -675-1448 813-3971 JAX BEACH -Awesome CLAY CO -Greenwood 4/2/21465SS$92525 o RenI ii". All eJ11 i in3iTri
2 HOUSES ON I LOT oceanfront, 3/2 apple. 6th Estates 4/2, CH&A. 193 Semmer Brooke Sub "'Bu:,rnil, AdiT,,i-i,'i,,t'ri
NSrlh Caroilna spring Park Rd. $205k. Inc _inrr.I piS Ev./inoSoginri iler Uu ARLINGTON
HUGE IDAY Pau/Woods Realty I 10mn 27 'e6t I OB dep -93 SSI1 1S2- CreekviewDr 1134 Summer Springs LUXURY ROOMS "l-r,1(rT,3h0 ,',
MOUNTAIN SALE 993-2578 3'1 2 150SF $995 4'2 '2 1465SF $925 l.r.. ., s5- ,',. '
























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New-Home Community Spotlight

Your guide to high-quality homes and smart values ,
throughout Northeast Florida.

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NORTHEAST:..
JACKSONVILLE
Islands of .unn's-Creek
From the mi, $200s "
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit
Pulaski ,.Rd. heading.north to commu-
nity on right. (904) 751-1274
Cedar Glen- .,- ,
-ow open .
From.1-95, take 9A s6uth aneIt Alta
p r. 'heading north app ox,.2 ~ iht
.on New Berlin R. Bear left at O i fci
road to community on lefE. .

NORTHWEST
SJACKSONVILLE .
Meadow Downs :
Coming soon ..,.'
From 1-95,.take 1-295 soith. I "L
Turner Blvd. and head south approx..5S,
mi. Right on Robena Rd. to community",
straight ahead. 888-KB-HOMES,
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A serene community, Timber Creek Plantation features an amenities center with a pool, clubhouse, basketball court
and family recreation area. Standard features include fully sodded yards, and options include covered patios, fireplaces and
bay windows. Timber Creek Plantation offers 1- and 2-story homes with up to 3,418 sq. ft. Tour 3 model homes and choose
from 16 floor plans priced from the low $200s. (904) 225-2581
WEST JACKSONVILLE
NASSAU COUNTY Cartesian Pointe' Adams.Lake
From the low $200s
From 1-295, exit Normandy Blvd. head-,.
ing west approx. 5.5 mi. to community
on right, just past Chaffee Rd.
(904) 378-2710
'' 7 ~ Hawk's Pointe
From the $190s
From 1-295, exit Blanding Blvd. head-
ing west. Turn right on Argyle Forest
Blvd. Turn right on Old Middlebyrg Rd.
13-6"Community is .5,mi. on right.. :'
(904)317-0069
..-. ST. JOHNS COUNTY
.n.Florentine
From the mid $200s .
From 1-95, exit CR 210 heading east.
.Right on US 1 to community onrIft.
(904) 819-6604 .
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Samara Lakes :
Briar Wood
Large homesites and amenities like a baseball field and playground make scenic Cartesian Pointean excellent choice BriaFrom the $130sod ,
Larg hoesies nd mentie ~.From the $130s Y'', 'r'
for growing families. Stylish homes include walk-in closets, recessed lighting and Whirlpool appliances, plus optional dens, (904) 940-7320 .
lofts and covered patios. Cartesian Pointe offers 1- and 2-story homes with up to 2,478 sq. ft. Tour 2 model homis and Oak Ridge/River Birch
choose from 10 floor plans priced from the $180s. (904) 225-1982 From the mid $200s
(904) 940-0146
t-, -"" '.. r ,From 1-95, exit International Golf Pkwy.
i0=4- '. A.' ';heading west 3.5 mi. to community on
-T"' :" ....~ a: "-.: ;. .- s j left, .4 mi. past The King &The Bear.
Grand Cay
f" "~ "~ .~'. t "Now taking homesite reservations
-' -, -. -'"- For more information, visit Florentine
'... ~j~%~P ~ .. -,, .' a .'.=. ...5 ""';" (i.S 'community or call (904) 591-7127.
S ,Cypress Lakes
5 r ......., r~ .r~From the high $200s
t' >;. ~~ ~From 1-95. exit west on CR 207. Drive .25
.1, ~mi. to community on left. Go .75 mi. to
sales center by golf clubhouse.
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SOUTHEAST
JACKSONVILLE
Villages of Summer Lakes
yr.' % ~z. Townhomes
., 'From the high $100s -
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diamond may vary in appearance from diamond In illustration. Winner responsible for all taxes, Insurance and otherfees Prize/Sweepstakes not redeemable/exchangeable for cash, not transferable or assignable and cannot be combined with any other offers Ks KBH r deserves the right to extend, modify or discontinue Sweepstakes at any time
-. without prior notice. For details on restrictions, qualificationsand conditions, see Official Rules at sales offices or send SASE to Diamond Sweepstakes Rules, co KB Home, 3037 Independence Drive, Suite I, Uvermore, CA 94551.Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realtor to accompany and register buye on first visit and
5t3 AlHomn comply with Realtor Co-op Agreement. Rear Co-op does not apply at Samara Lakes-Briar Wood community in S ugustine. Prices/terms subject to change, prior sale, homesite premiums a,/or predetermined options. Floor plans, options, elevations andyiews vary by community/homeslte and aren't u snteed. ,.i
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707 Driver 710 Industrial/ 715 Management/ 720 Medical 720 Medical
Trades Professional 20

DOZER, TRACKHOE. Lake Butler Hospital PHLEBOTOMIST- Exp'd.
CompanZ GRADER, ThJs REGISTERED NURSE-PRN needed for evening &
SDrivers ROLL O TORS T SI no LICDPRACTIALNURSE-FT weekend hours in
ROLL Bo ERATORS & This is leading medical office.
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS PARAMEDIC FOR E/R PRN Mu
$ on Ro .D fire drill! further information Must be a team player
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns r r please visit ourwebsite for fast paced office.
r Bous* Co. Project DFWP Aply at leFax resume to 722-4267
Owner Operators 7587 Wilson Blvd. JA. EOE www.lkbutlerho. gl.com attn: Lynda
$2000 Sign on Bonus* ELECTRICALESTIMATOR SUBSTITUTE FAX (386)496.1611 Referral Coordinator
*Pad First 2 Weeks ationals Engineermmu- MEDICAL ASSISTANT/RN Immediate opening for
WPAN iverst2 w/2e nl rvces company TECHERS Needed for busy experienced referral
WANTEoD! Drivers iw/2 n se C om p0 TEACHERS N Group at coordinator. Responsi-
or morers exp MLCOM S 7091 Davystems Corpeek Rd are the real deal Baptist South. Fax bilitles Include ensur-
.Home most wknds Jax, FL 32256 Ability to when a teacher resume to 260.2256 autonance verificationnd
ostartingay read and Interretblue toebe authorization and
SCo. 31.4ml prints successfully needs to be out scheduling diagnostic
$.31-.34/mle sprepareswinnin of the class- MEDICAL testing. All interested
O/P pay$.90/mile pr s ar f the class- MEDICAL applicants please fax
+ fuel supplement w/cost estprocess. room. Kelly is COLLECTIONS 3ur resu me to
.01,SafetBonus Min 5 years exp In Elec 04im edia2ly.
Medical Dental 401k commercial est. Exp immediately
S$25 Wkly Serv. Bonus with word & MS excel. hiring substi- Looking for excep- XRAY TECH, RT or BMO-
Paid Vac & holidays US Gov ex a lus, Drug htinal talentw-t XI needed for Family
Optional Health Care test an rD V reqd. tute teachers ent, wiPractice/Ped's office.
prSgramsPyears experience in X-ray & computer exo.
Programsthat include Exc Sal Benefits for Duval medical collections reqd. Flex hours with
a 100% Company Pd Email: hrjax@ County Public Qualified candidates great benefits.
Prem i um Pro g mllcom-systems.com schools. No will have a strong ax resume to
Optional Per Diem Pay No phone calls please SchOOS. O knowledge of EOB 904-722-4274
Program@ $52.00/day EOEM/F/V/D experience and denials and be
'Call INSTALLERS required. comfortable dealing 723 Dental
SGreg @ Solar Contracting Co. a room with both insurance 72
seeksCImmed help. ngaC.roocompanies and
800-723-3424 for info Solar or plumbing exp. management patients. Candidates DENTAL ASSISTANT
a plus but will train.
the right person. Good instruction must have unques- Min 3 yrs chairside exp
DRIVERS- Watklns con- pay & career potential, rvid tionable work ethic, req FT Fax resume to:
tractor needs hard- Call Mark 904-268-8046vided be highly organized 721-6151/call 724.6321
working indvtorun L ER/GROUNDs Choosethe days and possess strong
focal route & OTR. CDL LABORER / GROUNDS
A Hazmat combina- MINTENANCE of the week you verbal and written
tion endorsement M Maintains grounds of work andhow communication s. 724 Education
23 yrs old.. 509-8039 commercial property.
Cuts grass, using often. Perfect w Are s ia e lim y
DRIVERS mowers. Trims hedges for parents, and desire to work in.. -
You can earn $800 -$1100 and edges around i pople in obI a fast paced, chal-
next and every week. & walks, flowers beds peoplein lengng and produc- for suet a
still be home week- using hedge trimmers, transition, tiveenvironment? for all subject areas.
ends. MusthaveCDLA clippers and edging tary per- tivE-mail:en cool ear. Apply2006-07
& mostly clean 3 yr tools. Picks up leaves military per- E-mail: school year. Apply at
MVR. 350500 DFWP. paper or other liter sonnel,retirees RebekahK@ www.flvs.net
Position will be required sne allmedstaffing.com or e/m_ __
.lriJ[ian;lL>]0:AW;1*kU; to work alternating and and anyone Fax904.731.3111. ffie/
class B License, Exp weekend hours as interested in a 725
erience preferred, outlined by section I iClerical
benf. cop wage SIGN supervisor, career in edu- MED TECHNOLOGIST
ON BONUS 904.940.1226 Hi school diploma or ca crdit DC bL AR/APCLERK&
GN.57U-228394ation.G60 5re22t3PRN. variable hrs AR/AP CLERK&
Independent Contractors LABORERS hours of college including Sat. Must be RECEPTIONIST
TO tA nFI licensed for busy for Local Construction
Consolidated Delivery Fr, Opptyto Advance!, required. FP/Peds office. Phleb, Company. Utility locat-
and Loglistics i DriversPLic. ayMUST. exp needed, Great ing & general office
ndLog is cur- Good Pay, incl.O/T. atmsper &ea si de
rently recruiting Inde- CalJackie 9049248664 Apply in person concept.Faxresum & team withllphdoenee able
pendent Contractors in A yx tresumeto with phone &
the Jacksonville area. PAINTERS M-F between Fax resume to 722-4267 puter exp. Goodben
We currently need attn: Lynda fits, EoE. fax resume
argo vans and16 Toos trasportation m-3p at: MRITECH-ForMonu- to 9045980039;email
box trucks toadeliver must. 4168 Southpoint ment 9A Imaging Cen-
packages fora National CallJim904.607-2933 Parkway, Suite ter. PT or FT. 11:30am
Office Supply partner -8pm & some Satur- rmr for
and we are losing for PLUMBERS. HELPERS & 201 days or 3:00 -8:atu0pm &r Dispatcherfor
cars, mini-vans and SERVICE PLUMBERS some Saturdays 855-0700; Maintenance
pickup trucks for cou- for new construction. 855-0739 (fax) aten
rier routes. You deter- Must have valid D/L, department
mine your own income DFWP. 384-4604 Kelly PARAMEDICS F/T
by how much energy PLUMBERS r AM c Call Robert Scott
and skill you put into St.BPLUKBES EREducational for Century Ambulance
o SIGN ON BONUS Ed at nal Service; 24hr shifts in 626-2526
if qualified, top pay & the Jacksonville, Lake
If you are ready to benefits. Call Rlnkwell aling city and Live Oak areas.
become a part of the Plumbing 732-5554 starting pay of 40k plus SECRETARY
most exciting company b ___ __ benefits. Contact Entry Level PT,
In the transportation SHIPFITrERS, Robert Al len at for busy downtown
industry call Paul, Eric, PIPEFITERS & WELDERS 720 Medical (904)759.5570 or apply Law firm. Fax resume to
or Darren at with experience for Keith In person at 2144 Ros- 634-1281 or email to
0 6 at Marine in Palatka. $12- sell Street, Jax ncjclaw@aol.com
9044750846 or apply in $15/hr Benefits, INSURANCE BILLING
personat900Canal Overtime. Apply at POSITION-eoDneces
Street and partner with local Worksource or sary For Dus ph,ysi RBHS. MHRC and Reslauranls/
an industry leader, call 386-329-3724 #2800 clans ornice In South. MHCJ have the 0ol- 735 Holcls
Point Far res. 482 406i uniti
P U M P U T erior trim carpentry available Immediately COCKTAIL SERVER A&
DRseptic company Applyr Co. seeking field Atrium SNF e people who want EO BARTENDER
in person 11749 US 1 superintendents. Call 'm makeadifference in Exo d App,.EGianni'
Nort1 230-7327 for Interview the lives ol others 61 eh Bld.
orSh 904-765-3511 2tER I looking for aRN thr behavioral ila. Beacn249 776'
TRCTOR LERA THREADED ROD INSTALLERS Supervisor, ADON hrougnbehavIora B.acn 2
TRACORTRAILER Expd for structural tie Mut he LTC health care: COOK- FT, DISHWASHER
Jax area. Are you look wns. Crew leader & r.ence ana be hands PM P T Ceerw.- e
ing fora position with helperpositions 'ava il. on nurse I inter RNS-Inpatient- courar, Cluo Cner
S poson h Drivers li. reqd for este pleaseax Great Schedule- Mcli.-rse, Tues-4at
no touch freight, crew leaders. transp. resume to '24-66q06 Fl1 6621BEOEeDniP
Local work, good pay & req'd for helpers. Office Atin Tr1c Full Benefits
purchase your own located in Orange Park. M F Nights. No Courtyard Marriott
druck with no money 904-2190037 Atrium SNF is also Weekends required App,; in ersor,
609-847-1139 NOW!!!! TRUCK DRIVERS need 1 looking ror a Swing at TB & I 95
CLASS A and 1 CLASS Cook and a 2 8 or 48 Mental Health 46, 0 Lenoir Ave South
B, Apply 2922 St dietary aide. Techs-Weekends J nckn.ilvc..FL.32216
710 Industrial/ Augustine Rd M-F Tecs-Weekens 904296 262
710 Trades 7am-Spm 396-1119 Please apply within at -All Shifts Housekeeping
9960 Atrium Way Direct care. FT also House Person
Maintenance 712 Mechanic available Front Desk
MaiPerson 71 Mechanic COORDINATOR- with *Front Desk Supervisor
Person g AUTO MECHANIC clnl eraiO n Apply in person Breakfast Server
cord ed ,AUTOMECHANIC e pierce needed for (9 a.n-4 M-Fonly) PTEngineer
4Ol aMedical and BUSY!! GEN REPAIR SHOP meaium size leading ormail resumeto Ni EOht DFWP
Dental Available $20- 25 FR HR,5Y %DAYS medicaloff,.ce Team RBHS, Human Resources, E DFP
Apaer ;tmorpnere. Fa4 27 00 University aBlvd North,
A WthiRamada ASAP ALLPRO535 3017 resume to 22 1 Sulte700thFloorL DANCERS *
conference Center MECHANIC/HYDRAULIC FRONT 'BACK OFFICE Jacklsonvile FL 32211. NEW HIRING BONUS
M andarin ose. medical & vacation positions available For more information Cooks, Waitstaff
(904) S262-8718fax benefits paid by Exp required ePlase Call 743.-1883. For and Security
(904) 2628718 fax Jacompany. Some iax resume o: directionsext.2I Da, 'Ni t s vail.
or emai to Jacksonville & Central 904.383613. i s s l.
jobs@ramada.inn.com FL. road travel Resume Fax resume to 493-5910. BiggeE. snoaoars in JaNI
A/C DUCT CLEANING required. Must have ^ aSlSSIS1S 1 M EOL ADrug Free W,:rpliDci GOLD CLUB 645-5500
TRUCK OPERATOR own tools, Fax resume for busy 0 GYN offce. CROSSROADS SHOWBAR
TRUCK OPERATOR 904-757-0964 Experience requ-rea. 247-4322
Good pay & benefits. Must be a team player.
Good Driving record a MECHANIC'S HELPER Great benefits PHARMACIST DANCERS DANCERS
must. DFW Indoor Must have valid drivers Fax Resume 398-0166 Benefits Package No nudity, no exp nec.
Comfort 396 7771 license and hand tools. Included! Will train. AM/PM,
A/CHE ALKen Fenwick Full Time Position No Mandatory Tip Outs
A/C SHEET METAL 904- 5457144 Life Naval Hospital Wackos399-1110
MECHANICS, TIIE CHANER in In Kings Bay, GA.
PIPEFITCTERS & HELPERS TIRE CHANGER Exp in Fx resume
PIPEFITTERS & HELPERS Bus or Truck tires. F/T Care Frsume
Needed. Exp required. position in Jacksonville. 30r 573o 4e 4
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave. Drug test req. Call Ms. Center athror by emailrup m
M-F. EOE. DFWP Ringo 800.820-4428 of Jacksonville or appy online at N
CARPENTER Legals Jacksonvilles www.rg group.com
FRAMING EXP W'side. 713 Legas Jacksonville's Tprnf
Argyle, Macclenney & 7RECEPTNS person for
OP areas Tools & Premier busy Jacksonville Bch For an upscale
transp. a must. 759.2875 LEGAL SECRETARY with premier C n a s retiemntntommu-
5years Florida liabil- Provider of helpful Fax resume to: nity. Must be a
CARPENTERS fleinsurance defense Rehab and 904246-0269 self-starter. Able to
_I,-, Exc sslar &s work alternate
and HELPERS firm er s',rn Skilled workahernate
and HELPERS benef ns.FS resume SKIIled Sat. Sun.
95.19678577 ema,to: Nursing We need
Aulq & White Conclruc- Iryderi.conroyslmberg.com Services your Appin peron:
tors seeking helpers and Services your9Apply Way
exiJerienced carpenter-. 715 Managemenl/ expertise! Jacksonville. FL 32225
Competitive pay, ben- Professional MDS
etits .ncludin vacation. COORDINATOR All Medical Person- LUNCH TRUCK DRIVERS
bonuses. & ob training. GHOST WRITER nel is currently out ao.ng person al,ty

hhfax ronM ,Selledical Front Office, nergeiic. bilingual a
a resume 2-7718, or resoumen I S PO B-0 Medical Assistants plus 334 6839 626.-4303
HPIwy,EXPEREC CS n3561. St Aug.. FL 32085 CERTIFIED with BMO a plus. MURRAY BROS
Drug test & physicaE,. New Oaleaf NURSING Phlebotomists, CADDYSHACK A
reliablestrnpreuir, N. wOakleaf N S PT's, RN's and much AUGUSTINOS ITALIAN
reliadlePtrans required, Plantation Office ASSISTANTS more. Successful STEAKHOUSE
_dIA____m canGdidates will pro-i Nows Hiring: S
Under Construction h the highest evel COOKS, DISHWASHERS.
l Watso Realty Co Weekends all vdethhgs tvel SERVERS & HOSTS.
m 111n1aWitsohReal Ta shifts. Excellent Ol customer service lvinperson 3-Spin
J.011uIf -theI3 th R Estyopatients. rello WORLD GrOLF VI LAGE
HIRING EXPERIENCED Co in Jax We. ilt teach rates and employees and L455 LEGACY TRAIL
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS. you the se,-cre- t differentials referral/sources.
12 year Company with: succe-S' L cen-e cla.i M.st be willing to NOW HIRING
S.gn on bonus begins soon 421 7610 Wi n BARTENDERS, COCKTAIL
: 'id healtn betnerfits Come see what submit to extensive tOCKTA
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d d PBES rA.P we're all about background screen- F" n Tns
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vear round worK comm n 2he difference in screens. Ideal can- one o he ir. App
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Call 904-237-2366 20 1o093 AIA BeaSncn facility. endlT ougoing. pendeM Dr. W ckSe 76
blvo 5,. Aug. FL. and punctual. I ,ear L(nongCarl 356if2e2
carpenters 3206067 33 Life Care Center of of Medical experll 3s672
UPRIGHT Jacksonville, ence lrth a hospital NOW HIRING
CONSTRUCTION INC RBHS. MHRC and 4813 Lenoir Ave. .jr physicians office -s EXP RESTAURANT
HIRING EXPERIENCED iMHCJ have the Jacksonville, FL required F resume MANAGERS
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS following openings: 3221, t90L 731 3111 r MANAGolme ocean
T Ae iiront restaurar, r r, Jax
SIGN ON BONUS Case Manager- FAX (904)3324548. JaxRe-umes. Beach Please, ax
* Health benefits Mental Health EOE almedstaning.com. resume to Mchigan
* Paid Holidays Entry level Manragement 246 1.99
* Paid vacations pAun f osSr
* Gas allowance B.B5 required.A
* 40 plus hrs 'week Emerncy S et3Soes
* Company T-shirts Emergency Servces
* Quarterly Bonus Evaluator
program PT Wknd Nighls
Call 509-7515 Daytime digo
Evenings 904-261-S694

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N' eeded r.o.'r Jackson- Clinical Team We hove immediate openings throughout ihe area
dental nmes Need Leader
knoI.'ledge or sewer MA'/MS. license prel for qualified candidates
k.'cnd wleagje inaoli Apply In person / Wi/e ore now hiring lor oil posiliors. including bul nor hrmiled Io '.
experience tleh (9a.an4p.m. MFonly) I *CDL Drerers A B D Celified Forklfi Drier; Velders )
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The military community makes up 20 percent of the total


population for Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.


735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

THE LOOP

Now Hiring Exp. Energetic
Svc Mgrs. Great benefits
inci Health Ins Meal Prog,
Pd Vac, Tuition Assist.
13760 St Augustine Rd.
(next to KohTs near 1-95)
Ph: 904-880-0204
Fax: 904-880-0904
We are looking for enthusi-
asm, reliability and a pas-
sion for excellence! New
location-immediate open-
ings for Cooks, Counter &
Bussers. Benefits inci Meal
Prog, Tuition Assist and
Great Pay! On Site Hiring at
13760 St Augustine Rd.
: OPENING:
CUFF'S AT THE BEACH
Hiring All Positions
Ap'DlTue Feb 14th &
Thu Feb 16th btwn 10 & 2
at the New Days Inn
Ph. 645- 5162
PM PREP/LINE COOK- for
upscale wine bar. St
Johns Town Center Call
for appointment
2-5pm 904-642-7111
Restaurant
DAVE&
BUSTER'S

Sales are UP!
NOW HIRING
ALL POSITIONS!
APPLY IN PERSON
Mon-Thurs 2-4pm at
7025 Salisbury Rd. eoe.
SERVERS &
HOUSEKEEPER
Flexible hours in elegant
surrounding Ins ben-
efits daily meals & golf
privileges. Apply within
Queen's HCarbour
country Club, 1131
Queen's Harbour Blvd
or call 220-2118 EOE
SNACK BAR POSITION-
PT some weekends,
opening and/or clos-
ing, Schedule oriented
person, Westside
904-343-6471

745 sales

$60,000 YEAR +
well established BHPH
dealership seeks 2
highly motivated sales
professionals. Bilingual
a plus. Call Mike Today
at 695-9595
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES
w/comm janitorial sale
& Hospitality exp. The
ability to cater to client
needs and able to think
outside the box. Exc
negating skill. Call
904-725.8680 or e-mail
debbi0555@aol.com
Loan officers needed for
mtg lender
$1K signing bonus,
mktg provided,
base/commission,
experienced only,
benefits and 401k,
Fax resume to 726-0438
or call 726-9038.
PROCESSOR NEEDED
for sub prime mortgage
lender. Salary + Comm.
Benefits & 401K. Expe-
rienced only inquire to
Anita at 72 9038 or fax-
resume to 726- 0438
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783- 9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

752 Warehouse

WAREHOUSE
SUPERVISOR
Florida Window Manu-
facturer has an
immediate opening for a
Warehouse Foreman.
Experience helpful. Full
time position, good
benefits. Cal
904-519-0803 for
interview. EOE/DFWP

753 Security
D&GLIC'D SECURITY
OFFICERS, SUPERVI-
SORS & FLEX OFFICERS,
Baldwin St. Augustine,
Jacksonville area.
U.S. Security Assoc.
Call 866-458-9523

Day & Zimmermann
Security Services
SECURITY
OFFICERS
IMMEDIATE Openings
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$8.50 while training
FERNANDINA BEACH
LOCATION
Full ime & Part Time
nFexibilty
Weekly Pay
SFull Benefits
C Retirement Plan with
company contribution
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SECURITY
OFFICER
To wr.,rk in emergency
services area at men
tal he-alh inppalient
sching. FT w/benefits.
5p 5a, 7 days on, Tf days
oh Experience in
secuiry and health-
care preferred.
Apply in person

RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. N.
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211L
Fax resume to 493.5910.
EOE A Drug Free Workplace

Work TPC NCAA
Tournament Get Paidl
CSC, the event manage-
ment leader, is hiring
energetic individuals
for year-round event
staffing. Class D secu-
rity license preferred,
but we will train. Must
be at least 18. Call
today 904-630-4012.
EOE. Lic #BB9500010.

755 Miscellaneous

CHILDCARE WORKERS -
Now hiring qualified
workers. Plantation
Christian Academy
777-8277.


Home Cleaners
$200 to $400/Wk
Part Time/Full Time
Perm & Temp positions
Work near home
SFlexible daytime sched.
Must have car
Beaches 242- 8235
Mand/Fruit Cove 731.7453
Ari/S'side 425-3085


HOUSEKEEPER
To perform general
housekeeping and light
janitorial duties at
mental health facility.
Exp. in healthcare
setting pref. FT
w/benefits.
Apply in person
(9 am-4jm, M-F only)
or mall resume to
REHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. N,
Suite 700 Oth Floor),

743-1883. For dIrectlons
ext.202. Fax resume
to 743-5109.
EOE/ADrugFree Workplat*


755 Miscellaneous
LAWN MAINTENANCE
MANDARIN AREA
Experience a must,
drivers lic'd req
$10-$15hr. 904-334-4365
RELIABLE COUPLE- for
housekeeping & main-
tenance for local
estate. Salaries &
on-site hme provided.
References, complete
background check &
drug screen req'd. Fax
resume to 722-4271
SEPTIC SYSTEM
INSTALLER- W i t h
experience. Apply in
person 11749 US 1 North
Call 904-765-3511
TREE CLIMBER : Myers
Tree Service located in
Fernandina Beach FL
has positions available
for Experienced Tree
Climbers. Benefits
include: medical, den-
tal, paid vacation. Pay
rate based on exp. Drug
Free Workplace. Apply
at 2424 Russell Rd., FB,
FL 32034 or call 904
261 2985 Fx: 904- 261-1731
VET TECH/RECEPT-
Orange Park office, PT
Wed-Fri. Experience
required Fax resume to
904- 998-8705


760 Part-Time
JANITORIAL
Exp'd Unit Mgrs &
Cleaners needed. Top
pay. Eves & Saturdays.
S'slde & OP 636-7515
Kelly Educational
Staffing See our ad
under Management/
Professional (715).
Call 245 7555.

830 Child
OJV Care

& HOME DAYCARE
O LOCATED OFF
I1 OF9A.ALTA DR.
LICENSED, BILINGUAL
OPEN 6:45a.5:30p.
TAKING AGES 13-26 MO,
MONIQUE @751.0927
a, Licensed Child
S Care Infant to
41 Toddler Conve-
niently located
across from NAS Jax
Hablo Espanol
Call Ana 573-0879
Licensed Child
Care Infant to tod-
dler conveniently
located across
from NAS Jax. Hablo
Espanol. Call Ana
573.0879

876 Painting/
8 6 Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small,
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509. 6242
T.B. PAINTING
SERVICES INC
Ilnt. & ext., paint-
ing, pressure
washing, minor
L wood repair,
crown & trim
work Free Est. Lic
& Ins 446-3073

894 Massage
r AMBIANCE SALON R
Surprise your Valentine w/a
Couples/Doubles Massage
In/out all areas MM16389
Outcall 2 Ga. 272-9115







Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/O ce
92 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
R94pAC/Heat/Fuel



965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Pnhot[ography
980 Sportnga goods
990Wantledto Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
S22.0 CF Gibson
Fridge 'Freezer,
beige mn good con-
d ion, great for
second rehrgerator,
$75.00 317 0680
Dryer& AWasher Etr a
Large capacity. eve.
condo. 5200 ooth 399 06E0
GE Spectra Range,
SSmooth Top SeN
cleaning, automatic
oven like new condi-
tion, 5275. call 282 8893
alter 4pin
U MAYTAG WASHER
DRYER, Estate sale,
excellent condition.
$295, 264 2913
Maytag Washer
Slius heavy, duut
L/250 0c Wh rlpool
Dryer hea3s out,
large caoacilt 1125 C00O
or S 0OO 00o lr both
215 2062
WASHER & DRYER great
cor.d. $200 Cor boltn.
Call 561 603-5262
WASHER & DRYER Sears
Kenmore. Super Cap
1,o. --175o.bc 213 91413
Washer & Dryer For
S1 Sale God cono.-
tion sioo100 each ,:.r

Whirlpool stack.
i able wI aner .
$d rye r E dcellent
shade Can or-liver
51J5 ri0 OBO Call
994 0100
4, Whirpool 1scbft,
I ref.'freezer, model,
S ETI8NK w/ ice
Smoker, 100
693 9978

905 Articles
9 For Sale

S 100 gaL round fuel
tank 26 in. wide x 46
4- In. long small
(1 4x1 2 In) hole, eas-
ily repaired, no dents, fit-
ting cap, call 7790503
S AC WINDOW UNIT
/ FRIDGIDAIRE FROM
SEARS, 3 YR OLD 5150.
S STROLLER EDDIE
BAUER, GOOD CONDITION,
$40,641-5059
4 Bassett Dining
Room Set Cherry
< | wood table w/leaf
wand China cabinet
$900. Call 904-374-8899
Bassinet, Pooh-
D bear. Green and
r17cream colored with
sound and vibra-
tion. Excellent condi-
tion. $50. OBO 537-4325
4 BLACK FIBERGLASS
COVER FOR 1994,
PRESENT FULL SIZE,
DODGE RAM,
PICKUP, LW.B, $600,
912.882.1374/912.674-3594


, Boys Bike, $18.00,
Nintendo 64 Sys-
.tem w/ five games,
$35.00, stroller,
$10.00, call Inger
476-5791
& BRASS INLAY, ROCK-
ING CHAIRS & DROP
LEAF, SECRETARIAL
DESK, $800 OBO,
912-882-1374
4 Bronze Kenco
Windows 13 ea
36x48 2ea 26x48
ro lout with
screens 2ea doors
284-0536 Lou $500 OBO
Coffee Maker Black
S and Decker
Spacemaker, 12
cup, digital pro-
gramming, mount
under cabinet. Excel-
lent condition. White
$20. 268-2482
, CRAFTSMAN TABLE
saw, $150, obo,
S Craftsman router
table, $60, Kenmore
12cu. ft, upright, freezer,
$100,287-S228
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
BOOKS, CHEAP
TERRORISM 332,
CRIMINAL PROCE-
DURE 321, JUVENILE JUS-
TICE 370, ORGANIZED CRIME
330, CALL 2264577


905 Articles
For Sale

d, EXPLORER SPORT
1 TRACK, 6 CYL, full
power moon roof, very
S sharp Leather, 6 cd &
88 k, roof rack, Tonneau
Cover, $1239, 9obo
904- 9405230
H FOR SALE
dresser $50, foos-
1 .I ball table $50.
S Camero wheel rims
$50 or BO Call Jon
859-1724.
4 LADIES LEATHER
,T coat &handbag
Sstze 12, $75 suede
jacket sz 13. $50,
girl's sz 10 jean bou-
ique jacket, $20.
904-384-7809
LARGE OCATAGON
BIRD CAGE, 6FT. TALL
I WHITE, GREAT CONDI-
STION, TOM 276 4264,
$200, ORO
Leather Man's
SJacket size 36
4|.-$55.00, Ladies
SLeather Coat/
matching handbag
$100.00, Expensive Girls
Winter jean jacket size
10 384-7809
LEFT BEHIND SERIES,
SSET OF TWELVE BOOKS,
I EXCELLENT CONDITION,
7 HARDBACK, 5 SOFT-
BACK, $35, 904. 781- 7076
MARBLES, 25 YEAR
COLLECTION, APPROX
1850, NEVER GONE
THROUGH, SOLD AS
LOT ONLY, $100 904. 781.-7076
4 New Chippendale
SDesign. Lighted
Il hardwood, cherry
finish, china cabin
net $400 OBO. Two
Transom mounted
trolling motors $125,
B.B. Backboard $40
912-227-0930
a OFFICER UNIFORMS
T (MALE), sz small, H
S 5.9", W 165, Dress,
whites & Blues,
Kahakis, Whites, Camis
288-9892/923-3952,
make offer
4 PLAYMASTER POOL
TABLE- regulation
Size, $600 oo, needs
cleaning, must sell
moving, Call 912-258-0644
or 912.576-8769 ask for Tom
T POOL
S above ground,
S,4 ft deep, 18 ft., round,
plus accessories.
Needs liner $500,
call 221.7045
1 POOL TABLE 3.5 X 7,
SLATE TOP W/ ACCE-
j SERIES, BALL RETURN,
GOOD CONDITION,
MOVING, MUST SELL, $450
OBO, 375-0309/476.7337
Queen Comforter Set.
Jewel tones, custom
made. Cornice boards.
SAll for $65.00 Call
before 8pm please 269.1478
REMOTE CONTROL
dragonfly, flips, turns,
Scrolls, $40, stroller,
Eddie Bauer basket
trays, good condition, $40,
641-5059
SLEEPER SOFA HUNTER
GREEN SEALY POS-
t TURE MATRESS, $180,
DRAGONFLY REMOTE
CONTROL CAR, FLIPS TURNS
TOUGH, $40,641-5059
Sofa Sleeper Sealy
mattress, hunter
green, $180, A/C,
window unit,
frigidaire, lyr old,
excellent cond. $150,
9 a641-5059
TRANSPORT WHEEL-
CHAIR, ONLY WEIGHS
18 LBS, FOLDS LIKE
LAWN CHAIR, EXCEL-
LENT CONDITION,
$40,904, 781-7076
Treadmill $100.00,
$/ Mig-welder
$125.00, 4x6 trailer
S $300.00, Riding
lawnmower $300.00,
Shopsmith $350.00, 1997
Chevy Pickup $5500.00
904-272- 7352

Q9 0 Business/
92U Office

Telemarketing Stations
Good Condition
Only $150 Each!
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400

922 Collectables


Ssolitare diamond,
S never worn cold
S feet, paid $700
asking $500, 491.7996
P COACH like new
S handbags, soho denim,
SI stripe hobo, w/tags,
S$85, suede and leather,
hippie flaps, $85 $99,
714.1995
a COLD FEET, 1/3 CARET
Sold solitary diamond,
SI never worn, paid,
$700, asking $500,
call 491-7996
VALENTINE'S DAY
SJewelry- Ross. Simons
diamond, drop ear-
rings, $140, .2Sct dia-
mon dandelier, pendant,
$125, more, call 714- 1995
Wedding Rings- 2pc
diamond set, value
5 $900, sacrifice, $650
obo, call 777- 4760

928 Electronics

PS2 w/10 games, 3
controllers, 15 ft
extension, multitap
-memory card, all for
$275, John 612.-9998
STV 19" Panasonic
Tube type, front &
rear, audio/video.
Timer, excellent
condition. Great pic-
ture $45. 268-2482

945 Garage
Sales

BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
t HUGE GARAGE
SALE@ OAKLEAF
S PLANTATION.
Stonebrier subdi-
vision, 3007 Thorncrest
bdrm, dinrm set, furni-
ture and much more
Sat. 11 Feb 06'
HUGE MOVING SALE!
T SATURDAY 8-iPM
ASHLEY WOODS, 32409
CLIFFROSE TRL
a HUGE MOVING SALEI
4l Everything must go!
r1 ri Sat Jan. 13 14.8 4.
2112 Gamma CL
Orange Park
ICW HUCE YARD SALE
Multi FsmI, S.,t E 2.

M'burg Brannen Mill
Plant ,r OIO ler.ni.,.,os
FeO II 83m i/:,iO.'o ',gris
4, Multi family garage
/ sale/ Tupperware,
I OPEN HOUSE,
8am. 2pm, 2512 Winding
Springs Ct. in Bentwater off
Hodges
Ortega/Venetia Sat 8-1.
5 family sale! 2 are
MOVING! lots of furn,
hm goods! Davinci Ave.
WESTSIDE 2 FAMILY Sat/
Sun 8a-3p 4960 Eulace,
off Timuquana.

950 Garden/

4, MURRAY 20 inch
lawn mower, excel-
lent condition, $60
Call 874. 6090


SMurray Yard Man
I Lawnmower 42"
blade cut 7 spd. Paid
over $1000, will sell
$800 firm or trade, 1 yr
warr. 904- 200. 5237*

955 Household
Furniture

Syr old 6 p, dnrrn
set, glass table top
s | ts atop of a
wrought Iron base
w/marble in lay &
scrolled legs, $650 for
the set, 997-8731, will
email pictures
ARMOIRE BRAND NEW
Collezione Europa
Sornate, flawless, will
trade for kingsize
mattress, 8 box springs also
new, $1200 obo, 962.8580
Asaln Furniture. Full
S living and dining.
Bought for $12,000.
Selling for $3000. Great
Cord. Must transport.
Details: 912-882-4076


Poster bed, high-
boy. dresser
w/mirror & night stand
$900 904.3748899

a Bassett Dining
room set-Cherry
wood table w/leaf
& china cabinet
$900 904- 374- 8899-.


955 Household
9 Furniture
4 BASSINETTE. STILL IN
BOX. PORTABLE/
S TRAVEL (FOLDS). PRE-
CIOUS MOMENTS.
LIGHT BLUE/YELLOW.
INCLUDES CANOPY,
MATRESS, SHEET, $40.
278-1952
BEDRM SET Qu-Kg, dark
walnut, good cond,
$650. Call 923-6181

Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
14 Drawer Chests Frm$68
Sofas & Chair $298
25" Color TV.s From $99
3 Rm18Pc Condo Pkg $9981
3 Piece Queen Bed $129
I CORT CLEARANCE
CENTER
(904) 396 -9000

Bellini Baby Bedroom
Set, crib, mattress,
4I armoire, dresser &
changing table, paid
4k sell $1300, obo,
904-573-5023
M Broyhill Chest w/
SMirror, 30 in tall, 20
in depth, 6 ft wide,
nine drawers,
$275,215-9551
COACH LOVE SEAT,
I pastel colors, good.
I condition, asking,
$240 obo. trans-
fering, call 291-2388.
cell 864-1515
COLONIAL SOFA
Flower prints, $50, Call
S221-0710 after 6pm
excellent condition!
Computer Desk, Lt'
Oak, 6pc, 81" frm
comer, $1500 sale
$300, 772-1260
a Computer Hutch/Desk
opens to full working
J area, very versatile,
lots of storage room,
$150, call 912.729-6479
Couch & love seat,
4, pastel colors good
condition asking
$240 OBO-Trans-
fered Call 291-2388 or
cell 864-1515
COUCH -taupe,
Ithr, $250.
751-3269
Daybed, beautiful.
White with floral
I|decor. Upgraded
Mattress only slept
on once $200 OBO
537- 4325
DINING ROOM SET,
R MED. OAK FINISH,
RECTANGULAR TBLE
S W/LEAF, 6 CHAIRS,
LIGHTED CHINA CABINET,
$450,379- 0422
Dining Set table
extension with six
chairs plus china
solid wood-off
white color $450.00
Moving Sale 291-2388
cell 864-1515

DINING TBLE- white tile
w/ oak trimcomes
with four chairs &
bench seats, (7) $125,
call 249-5765
a KING PINE HEAD-
BOARD/ FOOTBOARD,
$75. Call 912.-576.9584
KING SIZE WATERBED
w/tall pedestal and'
| drawers, complete
dark finish wood very
good condition, $300 obo,
912-510.8905
a Leather Sofa, but-
tercream, love
k | seat, 3 marbalized
pineapple tables
with etched-edge
glasstop, matching
lamps avail. David or
Tiffany, excellent cond,
$1400 obo, 317-4970
LITTLE TIKES SWING
SET, VARIETY CLIMBER,
$125, CALL 504- 8430
MATTRESS SET (2) $75,
ONE SET AND $50 FOR
t OTHER SET, 276- 7944
MOVING MUST SELL
/ Queen sz, beautiful
L bed, footboard, head-
board, night stand,
dresser, mirrow, mattress,
boxspring, asking
$775,491-7996
4, Moving Sale,
Coach loveseat,
beige, floral, light,
tan, good condi-
tion, asking$190, mov-
ing sale, 291-2388
cell 864-1515
Moving Sale,
S Dining Rm Set,
h table (w/exten-
sion), 6 chairs plus
china, solid Wood, off
white color, $450
291-2388/cel 864-1515
Moving Sale,
S Sleeping Sofa,
Chair, Coffee table,
2 end tables,
glass, both reddish
brown, asking $450,
904.-291-2388/864-1515
S Moving Sale,
Wash oak Queen
bed set dresser,
mirror, chest, night
stand, excellent con-
dition, $475 obo,
291-2388/cell 864-1515
Moving Sale,
Water bed frame
I and head boards,
solid wash oak
wood, asking, $80,
291-2388
cell 864-1515
MUST SELL MANDARIN
CONDO FULL OF FURN.
2 wht Ithr sofas & side
tbls, Irg & sm lthr ani-
mals, glass top tbis, Irg
Italian Br set, lanai furn,
plants & more 635-2794
SOAK DINING TABLE W/
S2 CHAIRS ROUND 42"
DIAMETER, PEDESTAL
STYLE, 30" HIGH,
EXCELLENT CONDITION, $80
904-781-7076
4 OAK TABLE w/4
cahirs 48" diam w/
24" ext. perf cond.
$375,264-6364
4 Old Hitchcock
chairs, plank seats,
stencil on back,
set of 4, 375 firm,
269-5883 after 6pm
Oriental Style
Cherry woo din-
V ing room table, w/
6 chairs, beautiful
setwood & wrreat cond






Swood & wrought stad,
iron, 3 yrs old in goodsk-
consition $450 for both


LO QN SIZE CAP BEIGD,


TWEED moving, must sell,
$35 I 0, footboard, head-2086

board, night stand,
fxing7f $700 2,491-017996
T$50, SOFA, LRGE, fo82"r-
STWEED, EXE. CONDO,





eachor$350, for$1260-352086

CONDITION, $250.E ED
w/hSolid Mapleadbrd w/bailmost
edesser,2tal table. 2in thickall
9fx7f $800 261-01640,$250
Thomas ville, for-
b mal sofa, 72",
m i French Country,





Sndsblue & yellenow,
excellent condition,






Moin542Sal 2960 #1138




cell 864-1515


.Water Bed with
frame and head
boards, solid wash
S oak wood. Asking
$80.00 291-2388 or celi
864-1515

965 Medical

Lark Scooter $300. Jet 2
$500. like new, push
wheel chair $75. Mburg
904-282-5568 384-4382
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
GARRARD LAB 80
turntable, $50,
264-6364
4 Kimball Console
Piano, good con-
'. dition,$200,
904-223- 7032

980 Sporting
Goods

LIfestyler Bicycle Mach,
Bodyrow exercise
mach. Cardio Fit exer-
cise mach., Full set of
Dunlop golf clubs, full
set of Pro Tac Irons.
never used, 276-4319


980 Sporting
Goods
SProform C630
Elliptical Machine
S Electronic display
$200, free delivery
685-2525






Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies



1010 Supplies

Adorable kittens &
Scats, rescued &
S wanting forever
home, need lap to
cuddle, various ages,
colors 813-9536 or
287-5909
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPS
AKC, 3F/3M, extra short
legs, cute 912-449-4398 '
English Bulldog -AKC-
M. 14mos-brindle $800
OBO. Iv. msg. 813 8431
FREE AKC Yellow Lab to
good family. 1 yr old,
large male, house
trained. 904-483-6370
FREE TO OOD HOME. -
ADULT FEMALE CAT.
Call 220-3856.
German Shepard
Puppies CKC reg. S&W
SPOP. Lrg boned,males
& femalesvery play-
ful & healthy $350. cash.
CAll 406-0060
Golden Retrievers AKC
beautiful puppies. M/F.
$425. 904-249-3696
JACK RUSSELL 8 wks.
1F,1M, POP. PED. HC.
$300 904-251.3563
JACK RUSSELL Puppies
Reg. Mini Schnauzer1
M 3 yrs, Mini Poodle 1
M 2yr. $200ea 912 i
-729-3543 912-322-8466
LAB PUPS AKC, OFA,
block heads, show/
hunt $350. 912-294-4566
Lab Pups Rig. All choc.
Beautiful & heathly $350.
904-803.4555/259. 6488
LABRADOODLES PUPS 1st -
& 2nd gen., back crosses
$600/$1000 706-556- 0504
MALTESE- AKC-Fem,
weeks, HC, 1st shots,
*$950obo. 904-465-5735
MINI Daple Dachshunds
Ready 2/8. $185, no
papers, 904-777-1031 -
MINI SCHNAUZERS
8wks, $500. 568-7752
www.prntchardpuppies.com
MIN PINS-6wks old,
wormed, $200,
912-778-4411 ,

PIT BULL PUPS/BLUE
ADBA Fine bloodline,
beautiful markings,
3 liters. Look at the rest,
go w/the best. 635-3319
PIT BULLS -Razor Edge,
Gator bloodline, ADBA
reg. 210-6847
PIT BULL PUPS-ADBA,
AADR, Wildside blood-
lines $600 912-266-7001 .
PIT PUPS Cowboy Boyles
bldlines, papers, buck
skin/white. 361-8925
PUGS PUPS, fawn 2M/2F
$550. Health Certificate
Call 386-362-7398
SENEGAL PARROT,
BEAUTIFUL, 1 year old
$150. 904-551-4353
SHIH-TZU -AKC, 8wk,
blk/wht male, $500,
693-2378 o
4 Shih Tzu Peking- s
..| ese mix 8 month .S
Sold male, all shots .,
$300.00 472-1446
SHIH TZU PUPS very tiny
13wks, Fern, bik/white
$550.$600 904-374-6177
Shitzu/Pekinese Mix
SSmo, male, all shots,
$70 $300.542-8382
WEST HIGHLAND TERR.
pups, M/F AKC non -
shed $600352-591-5068.
YORKIE Pups (3), (2)
Papillons, AKC, MF.
$700-900. Call 220-3856.
YORKIE PUPS
2 Females, AKC $1100.
904-282-0353
YORKIE PUPS Beautiful
small baby dolls
spoiled w/love. $1000 & n
up. 386-546-5445
YORKIES- AKC, 2 ador-'
able males, $700, shots
Ready Now 502-9891
Yorkie Tea-cups Terrier
Pups Champ bloodline
S$1195&up 292-1510 ,







Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
13355$2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted


1205 Boats
17ft. Hydrostream
| Vector Johnson,
3jf 11SHP, No tilt/Trim
r h galvanized trailer
$1600. 384-7809
17' Regal '99. 135HP, -
Bowrider, w/trlr, $6,500.
772-1450
4 18.5' Yamaha
S uTriton TR186 150
I } HP. 2000. Fully
*Loaded 14,800 OBO.
(904) 779-4923.
18' 2003 HYDRA SPORT
180cc 115 HP Yamaha,
93 hours on engine.
PREMIUM PACKAGE
Bimini top, center_
console, depth finder,
Front and rear cooler
seats, 55 gal fuel tank.
32 gallon bait well
fishing tackle and rod
storage. Swim plat-
form, front and rear .
seat cushions."
Absolute Pristine Con-
dition. Kept in dry in
storage $15,900. Has 2
year warranty. 686-6042
18' POLAR TUNNEL '01
60hp Yam, bim, live well,
$7500obo. 352.372- 7760
4, 230 SL Limited Chris -
/ Craft, 1984, Alum tan-
dl dem, trailer, 1999, plus -
extras, nadf avg, retail
$9300, sell $7495, 282. 7786
4, 16 FT JON BOAT 75 HP
T EVINRUDETILT, TRIM '
TRAILER TROLLING
MOTOR, LIVE WELL, 4
SEATS, $2500 O9O, 744- n
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T 01', 7.3 L, POWER
STROKE CD, TOWING
PKG, 70K MILES, $21,300
912 576 3027


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115 HP No Tilt/Trim
Galvanized Trailer
$1600.00 384-7809
4 Mako224 22' Center
Console w/twin mer-
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230 RV's & 1300 Motorcycles 1310 Auto Parrts 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1335 $2000 or Less 1340 Tralrs/ 1340 Traies
Supplies SUV' 1340 Trailes 1340 TrailersUV's
A M T SPORTSTERO5'W/ Trene 215 7 5 / 7 BMW 5301 '03 Ford Freestar Minivan PONTIAC SUNFIRE 99', CHEVY S-10 -'84, V6, AT,
MANR TRAM L TRALS SADDLE 3XL, HD, also Chevy Astr Fully equipped, 2004.Very Clean. Exc Jeep Wrangler Sahara 3.2Lohv. 4 cyc SFI Air, runs/ looks good, NISSAN PATHD-
TRtank & fork bags, Alum rim 49. Must only 40,000 miles main recordell '97 Green Ext./Tan engine spd, P $1500. Call 733-756 FORD EXPLORER NISSAN PATHD-
SALEs, SMOTOR HOMES ,cPtartse 090Cal l underr book value. int. Full doors. 2 Toos F195/6515 tires, rear D a9LLTD '99 V8, 4x4, FINDER LE 'OS
ALeerviePts safety vest S-205/75/R15$26,995 Outstanding buy $11,000 hard/soft. 6 cyl, auto, speoler, sunroof, power ithrODSunrfon
Aachuandr (396) 46235-27 9 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE 282-9492 66.5k$10,900 obo. All glass tiltsteering,AM/FM V6, AT, air, runs/looks I fly Navigation,DVD,
owesahua3tireSales9 S8,150t912-576-4112 904-278-6251 998-0012 recordOVpaperwork stereo a/disc/payer, 6 spk good $1900. 614. 5452 60,000 mi, Like new $9940 fully equipped, 8000

clean. $10,200 924075V Honcda Clone various other Like new $39,480 CD. Beautiful, 8000 miles LEXUS ES300 '03. '06 -black, only 200 TRACK, 6CYL, FULL TOYOTA 4UNNER
l loaded w/chrome parts, 781 1532 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $23,880 Immaculate, absolutely mis weeksod. TOYTnAS, S POWER AMOON ROOF T, S'. n
LUXURY L-04 85PH $3400 881173 G 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE loaded, must see this Tiptronicdon't wat for HONDA'S VERY SHARP LEATHER OS miles
sldVeN awO ea Ya maGlshRl,2005. i BMsWe 0 0 RUr 998-0012 o anne. $23,975. 3897700 dellver aid 98.900.eZEROrDOWNtNOWr FO ER O Beauful$500e995
9 73-8 M6r erscolloredt cCrear, GoodyNear- Eagles o pereLE 2o, X lTEsCA, slow miles. Must Me call.R 9CrUFi donA97 Cd ALL 68 4700A LOD, mX L KON RR00
Las en ine. ies. ondelerre$98, b 7as fer aING PKG, BED COVER, $298/mo WAC. 771- 9100 SATURN 12002 1-877-43-2777 TRACK, 6 CYL,SFULL A UNrE
2K mi. like new cond, 287.3 /382 2 5r 904 3212017 ALLOY WHEELS, AUTO MVery low miles. $8995 OWER MOSO TOYOTA 4RUNNE
$53,500. Call 6357152 Yamaha R2005 ntiques/ CADILLAC CTS '04 MATIC, $7195,673 4020MAZDAMIATAo Call 771-9100 VERYSHARPcATHE LTD.Leather
h S1 A tiSE. t Only 27,000 SU .. Trucks / 6 CD, 88K, ROOF RACKM CD, fully equipped,
Save on dealers 1320 cz340 Trail COE12, e ,
t onlassics Silver, only 20,000 FORD TAURUS '06 miles. $12,700 Leather,Nroof,alloys ers NNACOVER, only 19,000 es.
RVE C o NTRSave on dealer m miles. $24,890 Excellent cond. Loaded,. LEXUSOFJACKSONVLLE oaded exctcond, priced SUV's oB97l9sW2 ol Y19,
0RV CENTER prep fees. All Stock LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE priced to sell this week 98 $ 900 nger XLT LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE5PS B L$LL
Pre-Owned Specials $9800.00. 904-287-4387 1955 BUICK -Super conv. LEXUS $15,4S5.LE e ll 3897700 700 Fom R r LEXUS OFJAC$ ONVILLE3
MOTORHOMES owners. Have all E '4 Mercedesh450SL aBMWDX3'04 C99lOi ner atow, ing 998-0012
,05 Hurricane 30' Save ers, colored rear tire $22,980 need cash $1845.389-7700 w/tan interior. A/C, runs good. Needs CADILLAC Good Condition
Winnebago40'Diesel hugger, save on dealer 1956 THUNDERBIRD LEXUS OF JACKSONVLLE V L A750 mcLs NC D 9eJ $ 1000BO9 E LAC 4 Y No
'03 Sun Voyager 38' Slides preps, $9800, -Red 2 tops, show car, 998-0012 FORD TAURUS 98, $750 manu ls new tires, 951-95-5340 E3 E 00 704 68-7330
TOWABLES 904.287.4387/382.4645 have all records.Ma. Pearl white, fully Seats, Sunroof, TOYOTA RAV4 '05
'00 Montanna 30' Slides Hi $30's 891-0671 / ddCADILLAC DEVILLE CDAMAGE, SILVER, 904-27-6251or 542894 SATURN equipped. $29,995 only 2,000 miles $28,480 0nly 4000 mes
05 Sunny brook 27'SIdes Yamaha Virago '96 CD e ER MERCEDES C220 '96 CE7,000S E LEXUS OF lJACKSONVLLE 0
241 '02. Carriage Ed220-e2915/8915 804 MERCEDESC220cL o'9 7MILESEXCELLENT9 98-0012998-002LE O A EtOS LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
03 Twallite 28' Clean 110cc, V-twin, 1979 BEATLE CONV 02. Carriage top. 220at $62915/8915804 nd $6900 LE 998-00 $19,890
'85 Nomand 25' Chea d new tikes, battery Little rust, $5500obo Beautiful! $16,480 S SEa t 05. o.
Andd M a, n excellent condition 904-535-7870 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE$7 UROVe owmiles mus M CU UACRUISE,220-lS09/497-2677, CHEVY 3500 -1 ton. PL AC ON 998-0012
plus--Over 120 .road ready, best offer. 998-0012 sell ast. $298/mo wac. tER Ceta lo $2500 C 4o dump. new, '05,9k mi,G Y
In New Invetory 2726961 CHEVY Nova '69 5 total,02 All the extraAskin$22k obo. SL2 Lth, D, TOYOTARAV4 99. Very





138p4645- wh& car2 No2 LEXUS 707I JACKSONVILLE 998-012 tnio rdiato LEXUS OFJACKSO NVLLEC
. supLer sport, $5000 or CADILLAC SEVILLE Call now 771 9100 mL a $890. 904-887.8285 TOYOTA AVALON XLS Paid 3k. 234-9757 Equipped. $18,980 clean, need to sell fast
Lake City .a YAMAHA V-STAR 99 best cash offer for all. SLS-97' LOADED 95K FORD THUNDERBIRD '88 M H E '01. Low miles,. need to
SBIKE WEEK READYIII Also have others. Call MILES,GARAGED 2dr dcoNd rl a MITSUBISHIECPSE sale fast, call now Chevy 4x42003 LEXUSO JACKSONVILLE $7995 or $99/mo.









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S s 2-475-5737EXCELLENT CONDITION., PYDER '03. Excellent $13,28Ca997719100 Fully loaded, lift kit 998-0012 Call 771-9100
1300 uMtccslO b3 411 shpe ldlwithnicerim sELEMENT'03 Q TOYOTA SEQUOIA SRS,
4kmi. MU ST, STIrocZ28Camar CREAM COLOR L MIKE, FORM MUSTANG LX, fast12,975. 3897700 TOYOTA Camry '05 tires. 28000m Very HONDA






1 10 4k m4 MT 5 7 LEXUSlFAKCRLE AM CLRCAin LMKE2,, SEDd,0200G
John 612-9998 4 1985 New Engine 904,445-8370 BLUE 1990, BLUE WHITE MITSU1ISHIGALANT '01 Iearl grey AT, 6K mi, clean $17,500.00 ou st!n / 20LT, 60KDMILES
4mARo eLr grey, cleanA $17,500 utFtAnCKSOngLy45BAR0 OF NA O
2000 ZX-6R, ERIC and paint Excel- TOP CONVERTIBLE, Very ow miless, must 4mi e al immac,
Cl adR EpIaC int CAMRY 2005SE, 4 door, 25T ANNIVERSARY o$17,000 firm. 642-8905 CE ND 0.17
BOSTROM EDITION lent interior T-top 20 sell fast$6995. 771-910 CHEVY SILVERADO LS 09-8114
NINJA, HUGER, Auto Parrts Must see $4000 Call ac/heat cse tilt, MANUAL,0K MILES, '02 V6, dark blue auto, I HONDA PILOT EX
UNDERTAIL, HELMET, u is 221-1182i9 electric indoors, $550 OBO, GARREr, MITSUBISHI GALANT '05. TOYOTA CAMRY Iong wheel base, 75K. '04 only 18,000 TOYOTA TACOMA '03
REPLICANJACKET, GLOVES, 224k9white, gray, cloth inlt, 780-246-6747/904- 294-0250 V6. leather, very low mi, LE '02. Fully Very nice. $9200. miles $24,680 4dr, excellent shape
AREL, AK1, 4500' Chrome Pan- 4 1m, $18,500, private DCr must go, need to call equipped $13,980 904591-2168 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE loaded, exc condpriced
a A $ 1 HNCoui pa- teo seO ID$1ut7ge8u7p00
DARREN 4221476 ther rmstir 1325 Automotive 9 EX COUPE'0 $298/mo wac. 771-910 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE DODGE Quad SLT 998-0012 to sell $17,975.3877ull0
2005 Harley murO a0O 998-0012 D m old, 3Cam. SE 2005, $13,90 NISSAN 300 ZX s-, 998-0012 Hemi 2003. Trans-







/ 5SP, 31iiter, V-a6,5.p C om |peerable ExtendedD S F R I F n F 5 0 D T Y A T N
o rt0 aW h it e r C ut o ms O nc mule s o l ,1 9lHo d aL E X U S O F J A C K S O N V I L L ES n e w t i m i n g T A O L 9f e r a e Ed I N F I N I T I F X 3 S 5TA
Sm $1500 0 0o, call Ci, 4 How cruis tiI power new timing TOYOTA COROLLA'97Warranty. 4X4. Only 21,000 miles. ..'05. Custom wheel
3. White tons of 904-5344400 I gShado o, win-doors, white, 998-0012 belt, alt, wtr pump, Sspd, 88kmi, 40mg,new Leather Interior. TOW $21,995 pkg. Beautiful!
0 chrome! 0 ags. rest condition, gr cloth it. 4k ml, 912-982-4168/912, 288234 bastires $40aobo. 21900 Packag1e. $20HD000 02 8
$35 00 worth of acces- ALUMINUM DIAMOND 16k, original miles. $18,500. pr2v. 491 CO1 4--79996O HONDA ACCORD$9 0L obo 9pa-495r52-427. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE,9
series. $8500 .8.e lPtated z toolbox formally Gaiged $21995 .obo, EX '04 Lth, CD, TOYOTA COROLLA '98. xanyasbellsouth.net 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S excellent condition, please leave msg Goo o COn d, Wel 94DR EXCELLENT CON s a 998001
8ONAR 0- s v- 1 Icared for. $2,000.00 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 4 D N CO I fast. $3995. 771-9100 99 STANDARD CABU Je ae '02 Sivert
GO-KART -2seater, ver b91282-102 988 NIssan Sentra CallI 215-2062 .998-0012 I G SSPD., TCOLADI9LSspd manual, gkmies'runningasus
co-d245. Cargo Carrler-2lcuft.4 Please Help Me. afterpm READY TO GO. $3O00, TOYOTA COROLLA'02 31nlift oversized boards, fog lightsVans/Buses
.V Harley Davidson 03' modelsport desires me. His . CHEVY CAVALIER 99' / N1 NITI4 d r BA le ,9s 12 0 O l no 771- 910R -0
I softall deuce. Less 20SV,brand new $100 name Is John, Call hIm .1' Automatic, good con- 69 83jnautomatkc nower C E A NISSAN ALTIMA.3. IToyota Corolla, 1997 a, DODGE RAM 1 Nikki 982-6636t 258 -4839 8 p ss warr, 23k ml, CO
il than2kmli ,garage OO 0,04282-5842 please.904272-1027 edition driven to work N Awindows Focks, SEV6'04To -4cyl. Speed, 88K 1500kSLT-Ingoocd 4 JEEPpWRANGLER AC, $16,500. 378-9550C
Callelept61,c.09 Imut e''t, daily, $3500 obo, cal vr reliable 30+04__seed_8 MPG, 1500 S
' okept,cvImmaculate, 4 CAR IRIE1(4l. ACURA RSX '05I4 904-537-2852 102k $2600 08 $18,880 4dr, tan, great cond. .I. condition,;bed liner, LIM nEDPOnly4000 DODGE B350 SLT MExi
$16,500obo, coveraIluded, 215/60R/16, CONTIN- 17kmi Icharcoal 904-573-3436 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $45000BOI0 toolbox, pwrmies $21.48
41,metallic, sunroof, -,-ChevyCavalier 998-0012 278-1900 Ivmsg. window, AC, cloth int., rles. S21,480 wagon '95, 15 pass.
HARL592.AO648 8 NLEL TRI, 00 C C s B c 1 Red2dr HONDA PRELUDE 95. black ext., good tires, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE dual air, $4800. 614 5452
-. HARLEYDAVIDSON8 199Y-, CD, AC, st under Cou 1e 3 cd laer DODGE 'GRAND
F FLHTC, lots of CALL 27& 7944 manu. warranty, 1FW D4claNewa/c Very nice & clean, 5spd. Nlssan Maximum TOYOTA MR2 '04 runsreet, 998-0012
excellent condition, 130k ml. Runs $4995. Call 771-9100 '964-door black Convertible. Only 00 obocal
Sextras/chrome $9o obo. 910- 0480 133k 5-speed PW 912-822-8412 LAND ROVER LR3 SE '05 CARAVAN'
see, $10,400 ob hey Sl era $0' C 41-1065 HONDA PRELUDE, PlDL cruise CD 40,000 miles. Likel B w ehUI
chrome bumper ACURATL'04 CHEVY Corvette '. 2001,60KMi,SILVER, AM FBM lAC oln i new!$14,995 FordExpedition ',12,o.lack w/tanl300hp.l.enon
241- 4081, 8 .12 am.,v msg. B 02002 Parts: rear JAGUA loaded,
41-4Hrl8ey12 0 DI 93s b mpr$250.Tro ailgater A UExtra low miles. collector$ rve8 6LEd., exc mech'8 SUNROOF,CFULLY $4500.00 Call 779-7718 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE Eddie Bauer, Blue, tow package, heated $16,890
Customieydlow20T8s gayebar$26,80 condo, $8500287- 8666 QLOADED, CALL MIKE AT 998-0012 2 V-8, loaded, seats. Only $37,800 OBO LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Sportster 1200 '93 bumper $28. Front7/rer $26,840 874.0363, $13,00 Nissan Quest 01', $15,500, obo, 356-22280 or 246-4104h 998-0012
1t, Customized, low springs & sway bar. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CHEVY CORVETTE -01 AT, HONDA PRELUDE2001 oe e Volkswaon Jetta 3-8569
Sd,40Kmidarkblue,erNR '01 sver/blk FORD EXPEDITION 1997 white, 40K m, erect, VAN '05. Very low miles
Cell Marc (904)997-2099 a Chevy elseandofeCtE2Y90.3341 LS$1,00.6CALL MIK entertainment package, bac asking $10,500 cond.$4500 708-1247 need to call fast
HO 883L Sportster '06, 4 J7num wheels end Only$9,000 miles. Low miles, 20" wheels, HONDAPRELUDE2001, $13keobo. 398-6085 FORD Expedition XLT'03, M 3 LEE'99,6CYL
& saddle bags, $8000 only 16,000 miles LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE $298/mowc. 771-9100 9-It SUNROOF,XFULLY Verclean. lowmiles. '02.exc cond, silver fed.,$20,900. 343-4319 PERBLACK10LRUNS "02 Fully equipped
Call 904- 284-1050 $250.00. 904-287-4387 nO ONVILEISOKmipe
or 904-382-4645. 998- CLOADED, CALL MIKEAT $3995. Ca1l1771-9100 w/blk top. loaded, 9 GREAT, 7100571-2118, $13,480
NO ND BLACK ROAD- Tourin Edition. Fully Ponlac Grandam 9 8' a 0 Outstanding she m SUNNSEA62AOLCOM LEXU OF JACKSONVILLE
SW A S'C 0 ,5 IChrome Bumper A TSX '04 loadedImmaculate #f1N INFINITI G35 Over15K invested, VOLVO '02mlemus
AanycrusE newer full sizeitoM1eter,9n $23,975. Cal1389-7700 COUPE '03. Auto- 5spd, bodykit, rims, Leather, CD ES'02. Leather, FORD Windster LX '99
arae keptFin.a pick-up e LXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Chrysler 5th Ave matic, beautiful exhuast, much more, Sunroof. $15,980 FORD EXPLORER 96' CD, only 30,000 F ORD bestaoffX C99
gar ep,n.2-v409 4cshape up Perfect aUJA O 28FOD8X6$7K5obo, CallfJoshfeWhite,lleather,6disc
4,5 00,282-4094 38 pe$2- 45 087-4387 or 9985912-570-1386 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEd 140ti ont 4.One w miles. $13,880 904-614-9549
Hona4 82004,7O 1 whole car. Not LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 -transmission, radiator LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
9 Honda 2004, I running. Cll4 998-0012 L" PONTIAC GTO '04brakes, tires, runs/looks 998-0012 HONDA Odyssey '02, like
/ CBR600RR, a Chrome Nerf Barsh \ACURA TSX '04 955-3442 orI278.-6251 uc.j bOrakes, tires runs/look 4new, 59K Ithr, 6 CD, pwr
less than 900 mi, cus- /.$300 080-Chrome Leather, sunroof, RYeLERrLCD0B INFINGS o e EETLECONV. great.$49000.bo343-3173 NISSAN FRONTIER'01 dr,$17,400 904808-0415
tom pipe, tag, plate, bedreil bars $100 CD. $21,980 CHRonzER64K0min$8995.sCOUPE '03. Pearl. '05 Only 2000
blinkers, gar. kept. $7K1 Cell 912- 6745545 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Call 276-4319 m$ 5 white, only 30000 $22,840 mileS. $23,880 _/ 4OX4, 5SPD, XLT miles: need to sale fast. TOYOTA Sienna '0166K,
ENGINE STAND, 998-0012 miles $29995 LEXUSOFJACKSONVLLE LEXUSOFJACKSONVLLE I X"D.cab2.9Vd, Call now. $210/mo, rear air, grt cond, CD,
4 HONDA91903"360imI n et',.3(, dut,,engine CHRYSLER Sebring JX LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE9980012 998-0012 $lS00obo, 613-0461 WAC. Call1771-9100 $10,900 9 4-808-0415
-'ra, '.,-,,,' -.,, reason '01. 225HP. silver tres $-"s'20 61-J 5452
,:, i5 r.136, ,ri 2l-I 6364 black Ithr $19.995 CHRYSLER Seor rnq >,l t) 7 INFINITIGG35
z.:,: 1 GMOOODWRENCH LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE c -.n. -39 ne.. ,,o-,:ni _SEDAN '03. only
Honda Ace'965 Ti 35OcIENGINE, 998-0012 761k mi iul', inded' 35.000m..S$22,680
,.I,E .,linn C_.n- Ji 30K ml. inciu des 6.6,300 Cali 614.5452 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
J'ui[%,, 6-I151 mu, C carb s&headers BMW325C12001 fl-01
.-el' C ldnd mucn mome' flul, Ioao d -- Chrysler Town 998-0012
5j 307 212, Grea ctrndit'..,n $9001. 'ell ner nIr 1.0r it 31Countrye LImi e Iroc Z28 Camaro
Ca311 S e.e 612 m6197 e~ t .sunr e..'or. V9ctr-.C l,5 r.r ',.. *lt'A ie '. Eng.rne
HONDA CBSO 79j. E00C. ecelient c.'rfd'tiu ici_,. 1006 h~k n-) k c \el ,n.3 ,f- l C i-
,,g mi, Ic-h s o c..-o 1ut JEEP WRANGLER miles. ..',1',d r.r-. runt. lent fl C ,,n.. .5..... ,. c p
t-.-. oar. e n tr maIn- I HARDTOP. g0 g0&. reut $23 500 :,Dccal.M elll 0l 0 $1',..'0, Asi. 1 9l ,roe $.Cre a gOI UP2 87 ' '.12 5 ?BRoA
arS. gar 17 FkORIG.INAL8EQUIP1.99 on123852.804120 m f -0 C3 '03.901o03f2Pak22 1A1162.:.'rt.LE OFj -i 51
"i":,. tunur-,C ,, PC $2.:0 ', .: ,,,, eJuipclu. -only1, 1, [hl', heBlind 7`1 5 000 i 8 1 141-
.-r PCSM ove-Argyle LEX US OF JACKSONVILLE "'33.000 miles $26.960 .0 U l irdif j 81,61 "--7 ,t'y
T.998-2 home, 3,2,rot, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE -ULKl[]l,-J
'. i '" marble tub, tiled Jr. lh,..rr, d998-0012-
screen porch, S178,500, BMW 3251 '04 -0m. *-=1.. I. 1 ..
M et o r c y e J a k c a ll 9 0 4 77 1 9 6 7 9 W r ll '[a .n.)C Dr..r.u c .. 5,r i l' m , .JA G UA R.XKJ8 OO.r .' M, , U R
150a b ft. o-;m 7unr, Ch. ".r '. Cr '.c,, F.:.', m w meant , 1 4, KEN CHANCEY SUZUKI
tale. v eml0d. RF Goodrich 20.000 miles. $27.,8O FORD CONTOUR '01 .
Al 912,51,',7104 1. lfori sale. almost LEXUSOOFJACKSONVILLE 5,r --ccJ cGaUh $.127=5 $2.'0w-'-Cled 46-r-0 GABBER FORD-MERCURY 7447 bI id BT31 1` At 8I9- ill -
6 n,,) mi Tneyrare 3Ps.000 I-2ill-419 ;700 C,:,,1_;dEr .104 c35-'6 0
4" NINJA R 563629 .. 'mi warrant, Asking $'35 BMW I30CIC Ford Free.tar JAGUAR XJ8 '04
C O N DITIO N 3 600 (DC eM an E 2l 0 0 4 ,r B EOniS 0.IT YSmZ KNT L E Y "O R L A N D O A t TL O T US O F JA C S O N IL L E AsiI, : 39 -7 1 C?
MILES. NEVER DOWN. Sparere and wheel o.'nly 30.000 mies CleanIIcer,t,] S.,'e chousnds BE5 The Avenues
GARAGE KEPr, MICRON s "n,:, 60. 5 i,, ci e L Uke new $39,640 mrecrci elur., er ,:,c,, $39.9I I,"jiJ Il li
07I4HU 7T 6 4,., 998-0012 $1100' Oil rirm .998-0012 Luvil Il:, 11 4i i Ll/In.lNM A 1L OLuE.lifif i ,fJ:..hli4HU4 1St.'1vliiH l ii 1
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incentives. with approved credit, mislt finance thru Foid Molor Credit.

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9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
REGENCY DODGE RAY CARTER KIA
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GARBER DODGE TRUCK :
Green Cove Sprngs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
7233 Blanding Blvd. T 777-5500 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
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