<%BANNER%>
Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00056
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 2006
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00056

Full Text




Top Sailors
VP-45 And NMSC Announce SOYs
Page 4


Bowling Center
NAS Freedom Lanes Has Lots To Offer
Pages 8-9


Promoting Safety
Recreational Safety Rodeo is March 3
Page 14


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2006


IW


www.jaxairnews.com


mlEN I


4-


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


Llera earns CNRSE



Sailor of the Year


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
C commander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) named
MA1(SW) Juan Llera of
NAS Key West as its 2005 Sailor
of the Year during a ceremony
Feb. 15 at The Zone. Llera com-
peted against 20 other Sailors
from commands within the
Southeast Region.
Commands falling under
CNRSE have been screening
their Sailors, examining their
professional records, qualifica-
tions, their duty assignments,
awards and civic involvement
over the past two months. Llera
was chosen from among hundreds
of petty officers.
"This has been a very enjoyable
week, like a paid Navy vacation. I
got the chance to mix and mingle
with a lot of interesting people
and I gained a lot of knowledge
and insight from my fellow nomi-
nees," Llera said.
"The other nominees and I real-
ly came together as a team dur-
ing the week. There wasn't any
backstabbing going on. Everyone
really got along well and had a
great time," he added.
The candidates participated in
such activities as a yacht tour,
extreme bowling and golf.
Llera, who was born in Havana,


Rear Adm. Mark Boensel, commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE)
presents MA1 (SW) Juan Llera with a Lone Sailor Statue for being selected
as CNRSE's Sailor of the Year. Llera was selected from 20 Sailors through
out the Southeast region. Llera is stationed at NAS Key West.


Photos by PH3 Clarck Desire
Commander, Navy Region Southeast's 2005 Sailor of Year nominees pose
for a group photo prior to the Sailor of the Year Luncheon.


Cuba, but raised in Miami, enlist-
ed in the Navy in 1986 immedi-
ately after graduating from high'
school. After graduating from
Recruit Training Center, Orlando,
he joined the fleet aboard USS
Emory S. Land (AS-39) in
Norfolk, Va., and served there
until 1989. Llera's subsequent
tours include: Shore Intermediate
Maintenance Activity, Norfolk,
Va., Commander, Naval Base
Norfolk, Va. Security Forces
Department, USS Shenandoah
(AD-44) in Norfolk, Va. and
Commander, Logistics Group


Two, where he drove and provid-
ed personal protection for flag
officers, foreign dignitaries and-
the Chief of Naval Operations.
"I've learned a lot from so many
people during my time in the
Navy," Llera said. "The guys
aboard Emory S. Land taught me
to do things the,right way and it
has stuck with me throughout my
career," he continued.
In 1995, Llera received orders
to USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67)
before attending Navy Law
Enforcement School in 1997. He
then' received orders to NAS Key


West, Fla. where he served as a
watch commander and duty com-
mand investigator. Llera was also
employed as a special weapons
and tactics officer and weapons
instructor for the Monroe County
Sheriffs Office, where he complet-
ed his Criminal Justice
Standards Florida Department of
Law Enforcement Certification.
"I always preach to my Sailors
about the importance of educa-
tion," Llera stated. "An education
is something that no one can ever
take from you," he said.
Returning to sea in 2000, Llera
reported to USS La Salle (AGF-3)
in Gaeta, Italy. where he was
-assigned-as-the security depart-


ment's leading petty officer. He
also established La Salle's first
visit board search and seizure
team in support of Sixth Fleet
operations.
In May 2003, Llera returned to
NAS Key West and immediately
spearheaded the establishment of
the station's first formal harbor
patrol division with six vessels
assigned. Once established, he
trained and commissioned the
NAS Key West First Special
Response Team. Llera currently
serves as the deputy chief of
police for the NAS Key West
Security Department.
See SOY, Page 13


Commissary wins DeCA East

NEX breaks sales records
......... . :.
By Miriam S. Gallet :
Editor .. p,.n
d.. LI I(SW/AW)t Hn.Ie, th a, E.~ t


CanUiL# I.I VIj/ i/ eai1 er. wroin
Staff Writer


Photos byJO1 Mike England
The William M. Raines High School Chorus performs during African-American History Month
Luncheon Feb. 16.


NAS Jax honors

African-American

History Month
By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Sailors and civilians alike gathered at
the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club
Thursday for a luncheon to celebrate
African-American History Month. The
event, sponsored by the NAS Jax Multi-
Cultural Awareness Committee (MCAC),
featured entertainment and a passionate
speech by guest speaker Navy Chaplain
(Capt.) Kevin Turman.
The William M. Raines High School
Chorus kicked off the festivities by singing
the national anthem to a captivated audi-
ence. NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson then spoke to
the packed house about the progress that
has been made in the struggle for civil
rights in the military. "Throughout our
country's history, the military has always
led by example in the struggle for civil
rights," Dobson said. "From the Tuskegee


Navy Chaplain (Capt.) Kevin Turman was the
guest speaker during the African-American
History Month Luncheon hosted by the NAS
Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee.
Airmen in World War II to desegregation in
1948, the military was almost always
ahead of its time."
See LUNCH, Page 13


inning awards and breaking sales
records is nothing new to the
NAS Jacksonville Commissary
and the Navy Exchange (NEX) teams.
For the second year in a row, the com-
missary nabbed "Best Superstore" in the
Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) East
Region and the NEX had an unprecedent-
ed 2005.
According to a release from DeCA East
Director Bonnie Kanitz, last year the com-
missary had a healthy sales increase of
well over 14 percent, the largest sales
growth for a super store in the region.
"Competition was very keen again this


See COMMISSARY, Page 13


Commissary customer Kim Keffer makes a
selection in the produce department. Keffer
has been shopping at the NAS Jax
Commissary for the past 21 years.


Photos by LI1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Several members from the NAS Jax Commissary management team celebrate their second
consecutive DeCA Eastern Region Award. (From left) Acting Store Director Dennis Claxton,
Customer Service Manager Sandra Evans, Produce Department Manager Pete Petrousek, Meat
Department Manager Andy Anderson, Store Manager Orra Roberson, Customer Service
Supervisor Laurie Disney, Grocery Manager Max DiMaya and Meat Department Supervisor
Bill Klaas.


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


SA







2 lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


Drugs and
By FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D.
West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Hoo-yah, warriors! I
recently wrote an
article on drinking
and driving trying to get the
message out. But unfortu-
nately the topic of drug- and
alcohol-related offenses
comes up enough that I
wanted to try a different
tactic by explaining their
impact on readiness.
What is the impact of
drug- and alcohol-related
incidents on readiness? It is
much more than it may
appear. Let us first talk
man-hours I hate to talk
so clinically about this topic,
but. one thing leads to
another, and lost man-hours
really is the first step in the
bigger picture.
When we have a Sailor
who has an incident with
drugs or alcohol, the obvious
loss of man-hours comes to
mind but there's more.
The time he or she is in
custody, the time he or she
spends being interviewed by
everyone required to talk to
the Sailor, the time he or
she spends at NJP or court
martial, and possibly the
time he or she spends await-


alcohol do they impact
hours they would have
spent working on something
else.
So, we've already gone up
exponentially from one indi-
vidual's lost time to up to
several dozen individuals'
Y, f lost work time people at
.the mast who include the
commanding officer, the
S duty master-at-arms, wit--
nesses, the individual's lead-
ing petty officer, leading
chief petty officer, division
and department head and
command master chief.
I.But just those individuals
FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West who need to be at the mast
ing separation from service, are not the only one's whose
And oh, did I mention the time is lost. There are also
impact for life it will have the yeomen and personnel
on you if your separated specialists who have to fill
under other than honorable out the paperwork. There
-means. This adds up to are the many hours of extra
many lost man-hours from duty that have to be super-
that Sailor, potentially vised and the required
including the lost of time musters the duty master-at-
(which can be years) he or arms must attend. Plus
she contractually agreed to every hour the Sailor had to
give the Navy if the Sailor is spend at medical or with the
discharged as a result of his JAG.
or her situation. And because a Sailor has
But looking at it deeper, it a drug- or alcohol-related
is not just a loss of hours incident, they are also
from the Sailor who caused required to meet with
the incident. Every individ- DAPA, go through classes,
ual who has to fulfill a duty and receive counseling. And
in every aspect of that all of that takes more time
Sailor's situation loses away from people who


readiness?
could've been doing some-
thing else.
So, just from one incident,
that Sailor has caused the
Navy possible years of lost
man-hours from many
Sailors in many different
jobs. Hours that could've
been spent performing tasks
vital to the Navy. But lost
man-hours are not the only
effect the incident has..
Now for you reading this
article who pride yourselves
on being the best you can be
have to work harder to take
up the slack.
There is a loss of money -
both from the cost to run all
the programs and the
money it takes to pay people
to do a job that doesn't have
to be necessary like filling
out paperwork related to
these incidents.
There are the inevitable
manning shortages that fol-
low. It can be that the Sailor
is getting discharged. or it
can be from a loss of a secu-
rity clearance one of the
possible outcomes.
If a Sailor in a job needing
a clearance loses it, that
Sailor can no longer work in
the office and that office
usually cannot receive a

see READINESS, Page 12


N,-,


-3


I


R03 CHERYL GROSS00
Job title/command:
NAS Jax Weapons
Department

Hometown: Luka, Miss.


Family Life: I'm a single parent.

Past Duty Stations: VP-5

Career Plans: To make a career out of the

Navy and continue working towards my degree


in criminal

Most Int
three depl
o countries.

Words c
that you w


I psychiatry.


resting Experience: Going on
oyments and visiting six different



Af Wisdom: Today is the tomorrow
vere worried about yesterday.


p
~2WI~XL7JJ"A '~W5 T 2UurJ~7~7 .. 25, & J ii L~


JIM BOHOC
Job title/command:
Munitions Handler, NAS Jax
Weapons Department

Hometown: Cicero, Ill.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


hm k ri s hu -wm

an sell~ Poe: m md
a a oGO D. o.do #Al


41 amm to oe fb b- 4D-w sh~
-.Roo-O-wm go& ____ 4
"-o -'4gma-4h ft, 0me o* '
a. Q- ,m 4D0 lsme ______ 0 0
av_ -ow - --a. k. lb b a. - a. 0* a, ___

db- .--0- 4--OW 4w- ah m qlomm -41b M a Odmw* -ON
410- ____ 41.




am m


4waomo b 0 w ftt -MO 1 -nae -
mm -w a- t o amefa. o -EM



oh ______am- fto 40 -wow____-_- a.- ___- l w .
-*A. -. t. a M.-M M D.- lo --- a -a
-w -mmm4 U D t f. -. m- MEM 0.0-.0 --_


ft-W Q0 twatw -W a m4m t o a mp fta..
a- .a, ain-pMM __ -N. m fto* 4ft a m -
ftm 0.-.Op-ft--4- 4 M- .- w
a a a 411.1a. I 1- ft 1 0
40--0 i a~ m m e km


bm. &m m m__Nw -Nowm a.-w
4w- .-am- "OEM. a -no
a. 1ow *M.0.1. .0 mm. -ba
me ~ p-a -- ..-0


HEY MONEYMANI.


Hey, MoneyMan!
Sometimes my wife and I
riiif out of money before the
next payday and we really
don't want to borrow
mdney. I was told that'
sdme banks and credit
unions offer "overdraft" pro-
tection, but my bank
charges high fees if I exceed
my balance.
This doesn't seem any
better than a payday loan.
How can banks charge
these high fees? Isn't there
some limit on how much
they can charge for a loan?
MoneyMan Sez:
Not all banks and credit
unions are created equally!
Some offer "overdraft pro-
tection" which will protect
you from bouncing a check
and others simply use this
"service" as a way to make
even more money for the
lender.
Unfortunately, there are
not enough federal and
state laws around to pro-
tect consumers. When new
laws are written, new loop-


holes are found! I recom-,
mend you check out the
website www.consumer-
law.org to find out if what
your bank is doing meets
our federal and state laws.
The National Consumer
Law Center offers a lot of
free information on con-
sumer issues. Recently
'they published their "10
Widespread Consumer Law
Violations," and bounce
check protection is on the
list.
Others to look out for are
debt collector practices,
mortgage services not cor-
recting errors, creditors
supplying false information
to credit reporting agencies,
automobile dealers not sup-
plying accurate information
about automobiles (includ-
ing major collision records),
and collection lawyers
sending out collection let-
ters without reviewing the
files of the consumer.
I recommend that you
check around to see if
another credit union or


bank offers better services
than your current one and:
do your banking at the


place that offers the best
services.
More questions? Contact Hey
MoneymanI 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 is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


Family Life: I'm married with three children
and six grandchildren.

Past Duty Stations: Retired military.


Career Plans: To retire in four years for t
second time.


h


e


Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
overseas while in the military.

Words of Wisdom: You only have so
many steps in your life, don't waste any.


U


NAS Jax Tax Center is open
The Jacksonville 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 froin 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:
* All 2005 W-2s, Wage and Earning Statements, Social
Security cards (social security cards are mandatory without
a military ID. dependent ID's do not count) and dates of
birth for each family member.
* 1099-INT forms reflectingg any interest made from sav-
ings/checking accounts')
* 1099-DIV forms (reflecting dividends, capital gain distri-
butions from mutual funds, stocks, etc.)
* Dependent Care Statement from day care providers, to
include their SSN/EIN and address, documenting how
much was spent for qualified childcare expenses.
* Power of attorney, if married filing a joint return and
spouse will not be present to sign tax return.. Blank check,
or bank routing transit number and account number, if you
choose to have your refund directly deposited.
For more information, call 542-8038.





NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The iJA All NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAi Al 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 JAXil Nrm can be reached at
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the JXuAlmliNS, Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JA All 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:

70XjAirNews
Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
Linda Edenfield, Advertising Sales Manager 904-359-4336


_ILILd~........~.


A Ir






Ja Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006
--.,.. -"~"


ntr .n-r


HONDA
on Atlantic


11003 Atlantic Blvd.
866-672-0000
www.cogginhondajacksonville.co


Sign Up and
Get 1 Month FREE!
Somethings In
life are aietally FREEI
Call Waiting, Caller ID, 3-Way Calling,
Call Forward, Call Return, 3-Way
Calling, Call Block


The Dominican Republic hilWenidence Day

(PWJ 'JLYrnrWm


-'h" force ~ Support Custody
M: Modifications Injunctions
- Felonies DUI ~ Juvenile Delinquency
- Bond Reduction Domestic Violence
8 Military Discount
- Free Consultation
Zg Near NAS Jax
:. All .JaJI.?'r Owdt Car"i.. I:ctpled
Plewe. call /Or a 'e' coL.'ltaIIO
Suite 106 (904)384-200
CGM


VOIP1NET
Advantage

Plus
Great Features:
a ieep j our existing
phone number
. Loui international Rates


Clown for the kids
Uve Entertainment
Prizes & Giveawags
Domino tournament


PIG ROAST
SPARKING LOT
PARTY
Sunday Fie*"^ryJZ


* T In OrtS-MIX coM





In Ortega Area."..


For


S-4 Il


r,.-


broadsword@bellsouthiinet


5tMm-


FmeParding DailyLundihSpedals
ViP Room BadcelorParlies
All Maor Credit Car/AITM

OPEN DAILY 2110uwM ,' U1T H
RESTAURANT rDH1
oilSHOW BAR
M "'40 GIRLS DAILY


GENTLEMEN C'Li
rfd2CP Fn AN.Y.N C A .7.n..AN


Full Training Assistance
* CardiovascularTraining Through H) draulic Resistance
FEBRUARY 27TH MARCH 11TH
FOOD DRIVE FOR NAS FOOD LOCKER t
FREE JOINING WITH BAG OF GROCERIES!


FOR WOMEN I
The power to .Amaze youirse .
FAST FUN FANTASrIC JOIN TODAY!
(904) 981-8565 ~ 5529 Roosevelt Blvd. MONTHLY
\\ith one wear CD
\ene. \ ill.gt Shoppunl Center ~ wtn curihL'm n Programe
DIO RR i Mon Fiio.un IpIm, lipm i, 8)m 11 .


ity. Automotive Group
Cdiv% Imit.ii: hi on Allanlic
10585 Atlantic Blvd.
998-7111
City VitsubliIi at the Uentci
10857 PhWps Hiighway
260-9222
Ciijn M,. ub ,h; of Or nc Park
7505 Blanding Blva
.79-8101)
CIty' Ikuu on .1tanlic
10575 Atlantic Blvd.
998-7111
1City SuzuIi on Atlant.c
10585 Atlantic Blvd.
98-7'111
. . .A


ii
;I


Unlimit.-d Loal ,.)d LongDistane Call


~ ~ak -Jr ~ ~


AN


~pli~ap18~








4 JaxAIr NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


NMSC

Sailors of

the Year

selected
ByJOl(SW/AW) Jeff
McDowell
Navy Medicine Support Command
PAO
HM1 Tomasine Jordan
and HM2 Leticia
Rodriguez were re-
cently selected as Navy
Medicine Support Com-
mand's (NMSC) 2005 Senior
and Junior Sailors of the
Year.
Jordan is the leading
petty officer for NMSC's
Centralized Credentialing
and Privileging Depart-
ment's (CCPD) Nurse Corps
Division. The Baltimore,
Md., native entered the
Navy more than eight years
ago and freely admits the
selection process for Sailor
of the Year came at exactly
the right time.
"I was a nervous wreck
going into the selection
process, however. Person-
ally, it was a stressful time
for me and I needed some-
thing good to happen, so
when I was selected, I was
thrilled! It was a good com-
petition, because the other
Sailors were very qualified
and extremely competent,"
she explained.
Outside her duties at
NMSC, Jordan enjoys shop-
ping and traveling with her
daughter.
This career Sailor has big
plans for her future and her
role in Navy medicine.
Jordan plans to submit a
commissioning package for
the Medical Service Corps,
stating that she's very inter-
ested in using her adminis-
trative experience and edu-
cation in the field of human
resources. She is one course
away from completing her
graduate studies.
Mentoring has always
been a part of her success.


VP-45 announces Sailors of the Year


Photo by 01 (SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
HM1 Tomasine Jordan (front) and HM2 Leticia Rodriguez
were recently selected as the first 2005 Senior and Junior
Sailors of the Year for the recently formed Navy Medicine


Support Command.
"The Navy and my chain of
command have really
helped me grow mentally.
When I talk to junior
Sailors, I always encourage
them to write down their
goals. Once you set them on
paper, it is easier to define
the direction you need to
take," she said.
Rodriguez has also
enjoyed professional success
in her three years in the
Navy. From advancing to
petty officer second class, to
being selected as Junior
Sailor of the Quarter, and
ultimately as Junior Sailor,
of the Year, she knows what
the Navy can offer if a
Sailor stays competitive.
"I thought the competition
was extremely tight and
didn't think I had a chance
to be selected. The Sailors
competing had also put
forth so much effort
throughout the year. I was
shocked, when people came
to congratulate me,"
Rodriguez stated.
Being selected as NMSC
Junior Sailor of the Year is
just one step in this Sailors'
plan. Her next goal is to
attend the Navy's Preven-
tative Medicine Technician
School in San Diego. The
Pontiac, Mich., native is also
seeking avenues to earn her
undergraduate degree in
public health from the


University of Michigan.
"The Navy is a vast sea of
opportunity, if you are pre-
pared to rise to the chal-
lenge each day," Rodriguez
explained.
She has kept up her end
of the deal. When not serv-
ing as medical staff special-
ist in the CCPD Medical
Corps division, Rodriquez
can be found at the fitness
center, lifting weights and
working to improve her
physical readiness. She also
plays volleyball and reading
non-fiction novels.
"It's always a pleasure
re\-iewing the many accom-
plishments our Sailors par-
take in as little as a year.
As always, all candidates
were extremely competitive
and deserve a great deal of
admiration and recognition.
It's comforting knowing that
as my naval career nears its
final chapter, we have the
up and coming pace setters
of tomorrow ready, willing,
and able to go the extra
mile," said HMCM(SW)
Enrique Cruz, NMSC com-
mand master chief.
"HM1 Jordan and HM2
Rodriguez were selected as
the best of the best for
NMSC among a sea of
superstar performers andd itf
has been a distinct pleasure
working with them and con-
gratulating them," he said.


By Lt. j.g. James Hall
VP-45 PAO
The commanding offi-
cer of VP-45 takes
great pleasure in
announcing the Senior and
Junior Sailors of the Year
for 2006.
The Senior Sailor of the
Year is AME1(AW) Ethan
Walz and the Junior Sailor
of the Year is AZAN(AW)
Mark Villa. Both Sailors
were selected for their out-
standing personal and pro-
fessional performance in
2005. Their dedication to
the Navy and their
"Pelican" squadron mates is
evident during every evolu-
tion.
"I cannot think of anyone
better qualified or more
deserving, than these two
outstanding Sailors for this
honor. VP-45 is a better
squadron having these
Sailors as part of the
Pelican team," remarked
VP-45 Commanding Officer


Cmdr. William Zirzow.
Walz was born in
California and enlisted in
the Navy in 1992 under the
Delayed Entry Program. He
attended boot camp at
Recruit Training Center
Orlando, Fla.
After graduation, he
attended "A" school in
Millington,, Tenn. and was
assigned to NAS Union
Passenger Terminal
Meridian, Miss.


In 1996, Walz reported to
VP-45 for the first of what
would be two tours. In
1998, after a full tour with
VP-45, where he was pro-
moted to petty officer sec-
ond class, Walz was
assigned to VP-30 for shore
duty. While stationed at
VP-3'0, he was promoted to
first class petty officer.
He returned for his sec-


See VP-45 SOY, Page 15


At Sierra College Rocklin Campus
5000 Rocklin Road, Rocldin, CA
Friday, February 24th from 4:00 PM 8:00 PM
Saturday, February 25th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
APPLY ONLINE BEFORE THE FAIR to pre-qualify for employment testing and interviewing at the
Hiring Fair. Go to www.up.com, click on Jobs at UP, View Positions, then Search Position Database.
For Internet access, visit your local job service, library or copy center. Apply for any of these
opportunities in Roseville:
Diesel Mechanic Train Service Personnel
*Locomotive Electronic Technician Track Laborers (Regional Travel)
*Mechanical Shop Laborer Work Equipment Mechanic
*Apprentice Freight Car Repairer Electronic Technician
Failure to apply online before the hiring fair may not provide you with the opportunity to be tested
ori interviewed at the Hiring Fair.


BUILDING AMERICA
Uni,,on Pacific isan Equal Opportunity-Employer


*BEDROOMS*LIVING ROOMS*DINING ROOMS*OCCASIONAL

SIT h&:SLEEP:1 SALEM-r


TWO$A THREE 3$7 THREE$ 7

COLORS v COLORS V32 COLORS $397


r SOFA $597
LOVESEAT .................$497
CHAIR .. .. ......... $397
OTTOMAN .................. $197


SOFA $5971
* LOVESEAT ................. $497
* CHAIR &1/2 ..............$397
* OTTOMAN .................$197


r"YE*3Ia-u -1w m m Elm


WE MAKE THE WORLD'S
BEST MATTRESST


*No. 761231 PLUSH TOP
* Twin Set $397 Full Set $497
* Queen $597 King Set $797
*No. 761236 EURO TOP
* Twin Set $497 Full Set $597
* Queen $697 King Set $897


* Free Frame or Free Delivery With Any Serta Set
*Free Set-Up Free Removal of Old Mattress
'12 MONTHS
INTEREST FREE 'R G P K I i
VISA DISCOVER
AMERICAN EXPRESS
SMASTERCARD I*' i.*
FACTORY DIRECT AND SAVE BIG ITEMS PRICED A$ MARKED


m rmummUm M m-is
IWith This Couponi

SBuy 1 entree ;et 2nd entree '

of equal or lesser value H EE
not valid with any other offer. E S--- -- -
Happy Hour Domestie Drafts
Mon U-7 T 4-sS 17 990 each

Beef's ino Kids Free MNiit
35 each Tuesday i5sMOts
Dine in Only. 4-8pmi,
Party/Banquet 12 years & lUnder
Room Available 1h each regularly priced adul nea "

I -. ._


AME1 (AW) Ethan Walz AZAN(AW) Mark Villa


QS Lf 8







JaMAlr INWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006

-- .TRANS.ASTERNHOMES.COM.


GRAND OPENING PHASE TWO
Kendall Pointe features spacious townhome living in a variety of
floorplans. Conveniently located in the Kendall Towncenter,
Southside Blvd and 9A, where you'll have easy access
to great shopping, dining and entertainment.

JUST SOME OF THE EARLY DELIVERY HOMES
AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS:
ALL PRICES INCLUDE A LUXURY DESIGNER PACKAGE

802 Richmond 2-Bedroom/2 1/2 Baths $214,487

803 Norfolk 2Bedroom/2 1/2 Baths $204,684

805 Norfolk 2-Bedroom/2 1/2 Baths $204,684

908 Charleston 2-Bedroom/2 1/2 Baths $223,935

1302 Durham 3-Bedroom/2 1/2 Baths/1 Car Garage $249,250


VICTORIA POINTE -
MODEL GRAND OPENING
Single-family living with a variety of floorplans in a quiet, country: setting;,.
y. et only minutes from 1-95, 1-295, downtown and the airport.
~~~ ,'


Gourmet kitchens with wood cabinets and Whirlpool electric range,
dishwasher and disposal system Luxurious baths
*Garages and many more standard features


a


JUST SOME OF THE EARLY DELI VERY HOMES AT TREMENDOUS
SAVINGS: ALL PRICES INCLUDE A LUXURY DESIGNER PACKAGE

Lot 43 Eagle 2,394 sq ft 2-Story 5-Bedrooms/3 Baths/2 Car Garage $350,380
Lot 48 Heron/B 1,960 sq ft 4-Bedroom/2 Baths/2 Car Garage $266,760
Lot 108 Flamingo 2,394 sq ft 4-Bedroom + Bonus Room/3 Baths/2 Car Garage $342,100 "
ot 111 Ospry 2,887 sq ft 5-Bedroom + Bonus Room/3 Baths/2 Car Garage $331,902
Lot.1'5 Pelican 2,149 sq ft* 4 Bedroom +-Bonus Room/2 Baths/2 Car Garagei $3,19,466 .
Lot 116 Ibis 1,748 sq ft 3 Bedroom + Bonus Room/2 Baths/2 Car Garage $294,901 "


IKNDALL
TRANSEASTERN H 0 M E S


TRANSEASTERN HOMES


TWO & THREE BEDROOM LUXURY TOWNHOMES
PRICED FROM THE LOW $200'S
(904) 724-2833 9501 KENDALL POINT DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32225


SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES PRICED FROM THE $20'S
(904) 766-4919 2527 VICTORIA POINT DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32218
VICTORIAPOINTEFL.COM


KENDALLPOINTEFL.COM

*See Your Kendall Pointe and Victoria Pointe Sales Executive For Complete Details. UP TO $20,000 AT KENDALL POINTEAND UPTO $30,000 AT VICTORIA POINTE ONLY. Valid at Kendall Pointe and Victoria Pointe
f3 only. Special 2/1 buydown based on a rate of 4.875% the first year with an APR of 5.999%. P&I is $943.00. Based on 90% LTV. Offer expires 2/28/06. Renderings and photographs are artist representation only Prices are
SS subject to change without notice. This advertisement is not an offer to residents of NJ, CT, HI, ID, IL, OR, NY or any other jurisdiction where prohibited, unless the property has been registered or exemptions are available.
Broker Participation Weclcome.


lip








6 JaxAlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006

Sue Nathman: Unpretentious, informed and caring
By Miriam S. Gallet r
E d ito r p :


On Feb. 9, Jax Air News
Editor Miriam S. Gallet spoke
to Sue Nathman, wife of
Commander, Fleet Forces
Command Adm. John Nathman
about her visit to NAS Jax and
the focus groups she held with
our Sailors and their families.
Mrs. Nathman has distin-
guished herself as a graceful
ambassador for the Navy, an
advocate of quality of life issues
for military members and their
families and has invigorated
voluntarism throughout the
military and the civilian com-
munity.
Q: How long have you
been married and how long
have you been married to
the Navy?
A. It will be 35 years next
month. I can remember
when we first met and then
his graduation from the
Naval Academy and our
wedding the following
spring. The Navy has been
my family for 35 years.
Before, all of this, I never
envisioned my life going in
this direction.
Q: Is not every day that a
senior admiral's wife has
the opportunity to commu-
nicate with junior Sailors.
How did the meetings with
our service members and
their families go? And what
was your message to them?
A. I enjoyed every minute
of it. The focus groups were
held behind closed doors,
giving the Sailors and
spouses the opportunity to
be very open and candid.
My message to them was
that the Navy's senior lead-
ership does care about them
and understand that they
and their families are con-
stantly being asked to make
tough choices about impor-
tant things such as housing.
Housing issues, coupled
with other everyday pres-
sures can seem monumental
at times. I came to
Jacksonville to listen to
their concerns and to share
new information about the
Public/Private Venture
(PPV) housing in the Navy.
Basically, I explained the
privatization of housing and
its many advantages and
how it benefits them while
allowing the Navy to focus
on its core mission.
Sometimes having the right
information and knowing
that someone really cares
can ease the pressure.


p.- ~
I. 4


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Sailors and spouses from various commands share their views with Sue Nathamn, spouse of
Adm. John Nathman, commander, Fleet Forces Command, during a series of focus groups
held aboard NAS Jax Feb. 7-8. The Public/ Private Venture (PPV) housing in the Navy domi-
nated the discussions.
Q: What did you gain leave the housing business Q: What advice do you
from the focus groups? to someone else. have for the spouses of jun-
A: To always take a This new Housing ior officers who someday
moment, no matter how Public/Private Venture that may be standing in your
busy you are to listen, we have undertaken was shoes?
Taking a moment to listen long overdue. Our families A: Be aware of your sur-
to the concerns and inputs are going to live in beautiful roundings at all times. Pay
our service member and residential communities attention to the people and
their spouses have is impor- across the United States things around you.
tant. and most importantly, they Approach life and goals with
Also, share the knowledge are going to feel cared for determination and a strong
you have gained on life and and safe. desire to serve others and
other issues with the people Q: Tell us why do you care become involved.
you meet. Moreover, I' somuch? Never hesitate to pull
learned about the good and A: Without our strong those around you upward as
not so good experiences that Navy families we would not you advance in life and
our service members are have a successful Navy. Our career. More importantly
having in housing and in families play a key role in perhaps, is to be true to
the Navy as a whole. that success. yourself and always be will-:
I was a sounding board Q: Now...let's talk about ing to learn and to share
and I am thankful for. the your views of women in the your experiences with those
opportunity to listen and military, because I under- around you.
learn from each of them. stand you think women But it clearly isn't that
Q: I understand that fam- make a great contribution to simple, I am still learning.
ily housing and the new the Navy. Always remember that you
Navy's Public/Private A: These are interesting are unique and have some-
Housing Venture is very and exciting times and in thing to give to others.
dear to your heart. Why? my view, women add a Q: I'm wondering what
,A. Quality of life and safe- dimension to the Navy that has struck you the most
ty! There is a war on terror was lacking previously. I about NAS Jacksonville and
going on and our service like the thought processes its surroundings?
members are fighting it at that women bring to our A: I am pretty impressed
many levels in order to pro- military, with the people I've met at
tect our freedom and way of Today, women are educat- NAS Jacksonville. Every-
life. ed, engaged in world affairs one has been very warm
I strongly feel that the and have a broader view of and helpful.
least we can do is ensure the world that enables them The setting of the base
that their families have a to bring a good work ethic to next to the waters of the
safe and comfortable place the table. For instance, you beautiful St. Johns River is
to call home, a place that is put a man and a woman in wonderful. The base and
a haven for them after a the same room and ask area make for a lovely
long day at work or at them the same question and retirement destination. It's
school. you often will get two differ- not surprising so many
The Navy has tried ent answers that make Navy couples choose to
valiantly to provide good sense and in many make it their home.
housing to its people, but instances compliment each
the Navy is primarily, about other. A woman's insight
aircraft, ships, and global and experience are invalu-
security and they needed to able.


Photo b. AllW Brandon Fullmer
An HS-5 lands on board USS Eisenhower as the sun sets
behind it.

'Nightdippers' back at sea

on board USS Eisenhower
By LI. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 have again embarked
aboard USS Eisenhower. This detachment is-
centered on supporting the carrier and its battle
group during the tailored ships training availability
ITSTA), an integral part of the squadron's work-up
cycle.
TSTA is the first embarked work-up exercise for the
carrier group and thus the first time all components of
Carrier Air Wing Seven have operated together during
this deployment cycle.
In the first few days of the detachment, the
Nightdipper's have supported the carrier air wing in
renewing its carrier landing qualifications.
Furthermore, HS-5 recently finished their participa-
tion in the Helicopter Advanced Readiness Program
(HARP), a step leading up to the TSTA detachment.
According to Lt. j.g. Brian Johnson. a Nightdipper pilot,
HARP provided a superb exposure to each HS mission.
He said these same mission areas would again be
emphasized during TSTA. allowing HS-5 to further per-
fect our operational capabilities.


-- IMRNING GLORY
Stationery, School Supplies
and Gift Items
At the Corner of St. Johns Bluff &
Atlantic Blvd. near "Sneakers"

&e's ONLY Blue i
Mil I


JB 904.997.6525
k1073o1l Atlantic BKd5
.. .. Jacksonville. FL 32225


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
: All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-



** "$O
S s1839l

7273 103rd St.772-9022 0:a


modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion. The following work-
shops are available in
February and March:
Feb. 27 March 2, 7:30
a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (TAP)
Work-shop (retiring)
Feb. 28, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Management
March 13-16, 7:30 a.m. -
4 p.m. TAP (separating)


March 14, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management Class
March 20-24, 7:30 a.m. -
3:30 p.m. Command
Financial Specialist
Training
March 27-30, 7:30 a.m. -
4 p.m. TAP (retiring)
March 28 9 a.m. noon
- Anger Management
For more information or
to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


l----w Physicians 3 %.
Po WEIGHTT LOSS YU/o
i Centers. Military ,

5 Weight Loss Plans DiscoUnt


* Medical Supervision
* B-Vitamin Shots
* Vitamins & Minerals Included


269.6909


859 Park Avenue Suite 102 Orange Park


The Dentist Place.


And...

The Dentist Place I VK1J5

The Dentist Place is Moving!
Just East of the Orange Park Mall on Wells Road
General Dentistry, Periodontics, Orthodontics and
Oral Surgery all under one roof!
We are participating providers with
UNITED CONCORDIA DELTA DENTAL
We welcome patients from most other insurances
LITTLE OR No OUT OF POCKET EXPENSE
FOR MILITARY FAMILIES
(Excludin co-pas and deductibles)
^^* *^gf- -f -4 lsJel!.l l..U .0g -Tii


-..

- .-'- r~ ~f-C*-. -- -f

.4 J'~s~-.n -


If you've had a recent change in your duty status, get in touch with GEICO immediately.
We offer: Discounts for active duty, guard, reserve and retired military o Offices near most
military bases o Reduced coverage for secured/stored vehicles o Emergency deployment
discounts. We've served the military since 1936 and we're standing by you now. Call us.


Avenues Mall
General & Children's Dentistry
363-3366
Bryan T. Marshall, DDS, PA Lic. #DN11844


Orange Park Wells Rd.
General Dentistry Specialty & Children's Dentistry
269-7004 269-9299
lWS| g- |_


(904) 264-1223
1600 Park Ave., Suite 2
Orange Park
(Across from Moosehaven)


(904) 246-8650
997 Atlantic Blvd.
Atlantic Beach
(At the Publix Shopping Center)


Military discounts not available in all states or in all GEICO companies. Government Employees Insurance Co GEICO General Insurance Co. GEICO Indemnity Co. GEICO
Casualty Co. These companies are subsidiaries of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. GEICO auto insurance is not available in Mass. GEICO, Washington, DC 2007f @ 2003 GEICO FL3


L El r.








Jaxir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006 7


1 CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Attitude determines altitude


By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
NASJax Chapel
There are situations and predica-
ments that you may not be able to
change. However, you may adjust
and control your attitude toward those cir-
cumstances. Moreover, no
matter what the state of 3
affairs are you have the /.
capacity to control your atti-
tude. In order to change
your attitude we first have
to change the way we per-
ceive the situation. It is
often easier to change our
outlook than the circum-
stances that confronts us.
It is probably difficult to
lead or be a vested and suc-
cessful stakeholder in an
institution and reach any
level of success with a bad
attitude. In fact, a bad atti- Cha|
tude is toxic and infectious. (Lt.) Azaria
On the other hand, a positive attitude will
enable you to survive, thrive and rise
above the elements in most desperate and,
inhumane situations.
Let's examine the prophetic words of
Victor Frankl a Holocaust survivor and
world respected author and physiothera-
pist who said, "Everything can be taken
but... the last human freedoms -to choose
one's attitude in any given set of circum-
stances, to choose one's own way." Frankl
survived the Holocaust from 1942-45.
Moreover, his mind-set enabled him to sur-
vive four Nazi death camps including
Auschwitz. Whatever happens in life, we
make choices to respond either positively
or negatively. Now, Victor Frankl presents
us with the most excellent model of a posi-
tive way of thinking in a difficult and
degrading setting. Our environment is not


p


normally as challenging as Frankl's strug-
gles during his experiences in the
Holocaust. However, we can recognize the
resilience that he possessed. We also can
value Frankl's perseverance in the midst of
unfathomable suffering.
Once more, we may not be responsible
for what happens to us but
we control our reaction to it.
With the right attitude you
can be a resilient person.
Again, if you cannot modify
l your situation or your loca-
tion, then change the way
you think.

sacred and we all travel on
our own unique journey.
Moreover, our lives are
about change, transition,
endings and new begin-
nings. There are difficult
times that we have to
SRolainson, endure every now and again
traveling in this human
journey. Therefore, it is important for
each of us to allow our encouraging
thoughts to invade our spirit and enable
each of us to reach our God given potential
in any circumstances or predicament.
Perhaps we may embrace those insightful
words that Dietrich Bonhoeffer uttered for
our edification today:
"With good powers wonderfully made
surrounding,
We wait with confidence -come what
may.
God is with us in the evening as the
morning,
And most certainly on each new day."
Perhaps this is the thing we need to hear
when life overwhelms us. It's not the situa-
tion, but our reaction to it that will get us
through it.


SReigiOUS ii sies Depar lmethl
'i Lent & Holy Week Services


Catholic
renipman Svmi p4niqaionwl be in ci ilen pwish.
Des w be unwmunoed.
Ash Wednesday Mass
Mardh 1, 11'35 a.m
Passion Palm Sunday
Saturday. April 8 5 p.m
Sunday. April 9. 9.30 am
Holy Thursday
April 13, 7 pm.
Good Friday
Day of Fast 8 Abstinence
,pril 14,3 p.m.
Solemn Easter Vigil Celebration
Saturday April 15, 8 30 p.rn
Easter Sunday
Sunday. April 16, 930 p m.


Protestant

Ash Wednesday
March.l. Noon
Palm Sunday
April 9 8 15 am and 11 am
Maundy Thursday
April 13, 7 p.m
Easter Sunday
Apnl 16. 6-30 am Sunrise Service
7 15 am Brea:teast
8 15 am Easier Eucharist
11 am Easier Services


For more information, please cell 542-3051/3052



Donating the gift of life




Florida Georgia Blood Alliance
Phlebotomist Joseph O'Meara
takes a pint of blood from donor
GMC(SW) Derek Nicholson during
a blood drive at the Commander,
Navy Region Southeast parking lot
ft Feb. 16.


Photo byJO1 Mike England


New religious programs offered by base chapel
From Staff Why Catholic? Journey Through the light dinner will be offered.
Catechism. This two-year series will For members of the Jewish commu-
In an effort to reach out to the bring small groups together in a facil- nity, a rabbi from Congregation
local military community, the itator's home for prayer, discussion, Ahavath Chesed has offered to visit
chaplains and religious program scripture readings and catechism the NAS Jax Chapel on a regular
specialists from the NAS Jax Chapel study. The series will begin March 5. basis to cater to the needs of military
have developed several new religious For the Protestant community, a members stationed here. A special
programs outside the usual Sunday
services. These new programs will new program called Celebration of dinner/discussion is planned for Feb.
bring small groups together in an Discipline; The Path to Spiritual 25 from 5-7 p.m. The event will con-
informal setting to interact, learn Growth will begin March 8 at 6 p.m. clude with Havdalah.
about their different faiths and share at the Chapel Center's Fellowship For more information on these new
ideas and thoughts. Hall. This program will run each programs or to register, please contact
The first new program is called Wednesday night for six weeks. A the base chapel at 542-3051.-

HS-11 returns from successful Fallon detachment


AUTHETIC CU9wmrx CUISINE


Hsy 17 Soth ol 1-295
1237 Pati Ave. Oraeo Pada
Call: 904.2178.9040


Arlington Expwy
6675 Arlington Road
Call: 904.725.7937


-Paella-our Award-Winning Roast Pork
-Fajitas-Taexanas-Garlic Shrimp R
-Home-Made Sangria
-Take-Out & Catering Available
* FANXVELL Parties-10% Off.
* Parties over 50 get 1/2 Keg Free
Owned & Operated by
Retired Chief Ramirez


ByLt. j.g.
Benjamin Delacruz
HS-11 PAO
T he "Dragonslayers" of
HS-11 recently re-
turned from a highly
successful air wing detach-
ment to NAS Fallon, Nev.
The Dragonslayers joined
the rest of Carrier Air Wing
One (CVW-1) to perform
carrier strike group train-
ing operations in prepara-
tion for missions they might
encounter during their
upcoming deployment.
Squadron personnel
trained in a number of mis-
sion areas, including com-
bat search and rescue,
naval special warfare and
antisurface warfare (ASW).
Lt. Cmdr. Christopher
Pesile and Lts. Odin Klug,
and Greg Castellucci were
qualified as Strike Level


JII. Aircrewmen AW2
Jonathan Barrientes and
AW2 Thomas Nutzman
were qualified as Strike
Level II. Additionally, six
pilots graduated from
Mountain Flying School,
giving them the experience
of flying through mountains
and terrain different than
the local area can provide.
These qualifications
increased the overall readi-
ness level of HS-11.
The ASW missions includ-
ed M-240 machine gun
shoots, Hellfire missile
shots, close air support evo-
lutions and surface to air
counter tactics training. The
two live AGM-114B Hellfire
missiles from the Naval
Strike and Air Warfare
Center were put to good
use, fired at two Sheridan
tanks located on the NAS


Fallon range complex.
During the entire inter-
deployment readiness cycle,
HS-11 fired valid 13
Hellfire shots, earning a
100 percent hit rate.
The month at NAS Fallon
proved to be excellent train-
ing in many warfighting
areas for the Dragonslayers.
Lt. j.g. Julie Dunnigan, HS-
ll's assistant operations


officer commented, "The
mountainous, desert terrain
was a big change from what
we normally see in Florida.
It provided us the opportu-
nity to fly and train in ter-
rain similar to that of Iraq
and Afghanistan. It pre-
sented us many unique
challenges, and we all defi-
nitely benefited from the
detachment."


New Name Same Fa

GRAND

SPE


- -- --* --
10 OF l
BiePat
U.eric
wihtiscuo


ces Same Great Service

OPENING

CIAL
175 #9 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park
904-272-9100
aboutbicyclesop.tripod.com
R1n77.3'


Fire inspections at Yellow Water
From the NAS lax Fire Prevention Office
Beginning March 1, the annual military family
housing fire safety inspection and briefing for resi-
dents living in the Yellow Water Military Housing
complex will be conducted by the NAS Jax Fire
Department, Fire Prevention Division. Inspections will
continue throughout the month. These inspections will
be conducted from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday through
Thursday and will only be accomplished in the presence
of an adult.
This program is designed to ensure maximum safety of
all housing residents through information that. will help
in practicing good housekeeping and what actions to take
in the event of a fire or emergency in the home. Smoke
and carbon monoxide alarms will be tested to ensure
proper operation.
In the event the resident is not at home during these
visits, a callback slip will be placed on the door. The Fire
Prevention Division should be notified by calling 542-
2783 or 542-3928 to have the fire safety inspection and
briefing rescheduled.


When Bad Things Happen To Good Families, We're There.

NAVY MEDICAL MALPRACTICE AND FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS
Medical malpractice happens to Navy families, just as it does anywhere else. And
good families suffer. Although active service members may not sue the government
for malpractice, their dependents do have recourse. Our trial lawyers are also naval
veterans, and understand what it means to be a Navy family.


Spulnui Wilner
MAXWELL e7 MATTHEWS, P.A.
arrO NLV; A A -D COU SE1C.S r L w
701 WEST ADAMS STREET
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32204


If you have a concern, call attorneys who will work tirelessly to protect your interests.
Contact Sean Cronin or Chad Roberts for complete information today.

PHONE 904.354.8310 I FAX 904.358.6889 I \VWWSWMMLAWCOM
-R,,; .5u d( d de a IO *?-8 L) ;-nj I Ou free 7tJcr, ,r-- m ?8jIor, 6lul ,:.,u"i qJl,'I'L,,a'uL3r d C. rlrie


DAILY BUFFETS & SPECIALS


- - - - - - -


RI 0781 rL





S(X










8 G Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


NAS Freedom Lanes Bowling Manager John Duncan (right) shows
bowler Luigi Rinaldi one of the high-end bowling balls available for
purchase in the pro shop. The pro shop has a variety of items for
sale and staff members can cater to their customer's every need.


,By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

after a recent $1 million
dollar renovation, patrons
of the NAS Freedom
,Lanes Bowling Center can find a
,variety of recreational activities
for all ages in a state-of-the-art
'facility.
"We offer recreational bowling,
,competitive bowling on leagues
!and tournaments, 10-15 different
'video games that are switched
out every three months and pool
tables. The center also has a
snack bar and a pro shop that has
everything our customers need,"
said Food Beverage and Bowling


Manager John Duncan, who has
worked here for the past 10 years.
Numerous bowling specials are
available throughout the week
including free bowling for active
duty military members every.
Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m., dollar night on Wednesdays
from 6-10 p.m., extreme bowling
every Saturday from 9 p.m. to
midnight and family day specials
each Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. The bowling center also
offers discounts for group func-
tions and catering either from the
snack bar or The Zone.
"This is a great place to come
and have fun. And, I think our
biggest selling point is that we


have a good produce along with
good service and the best prices
in town. Our prices are much
lower than the bowling centers
out in town," continued Duncan. '
Not too many bowling centers
in town offer free bowling, but
every Wednesday during lunch,
active duty military can enjoy
free games. I'm here today for the
free bowling. It's a great deal. I've
been coming every Wednesday for
about a month and have gotten
several members of my chief's
mess to join me to bowl," said
YNC(AW/SW) Ryan Brown of
Commander, Helicopter Antisub-
marine Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
"The facility looks great and it's a


-: .... .6, .I-1
The NAS Freedom Lanes Bowling Center was recently upgraded with
state-of-the-art machines and equipment.


great place to be."
"I'm really into bowling and
come here three or four times a
week. It's great to be able to bowl
for free. I've been bringing my co-
workers with me. It's a great way
to break up the monotony of the
work week," added AT3 Juan


Garcia of the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training Unit.
The bowling center also hosts
nine different bowling leagues
that'compete, throughout the
week.

See BOWL, Page 9


.r '4


3.......*~~4*.
. ..

S :~:~-~.;
-. .~A.
S .. .


Military members enjoy
some bowling at the center Feb 15. ..
Active-duty military can bowl free every $.ednay 1Ta.m.4l pin, .


.97r~.








Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


NAS Freedom Lanes Bowling Center Cashier Debbie Hollis gives AZ1 (AW) Reginald Stiles and
Morgan of Commander, Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet their shoes during
bowling session for active duty members Feb. 15.

.- leagues. The league schedules range any-
F ,.- where from 18 to 32 weeks delpnpndin on


From Page 8

"We have seniors, mixed and youth


what people are interested in. Leagues are
ongoing every day of the week except
Tuesday because we are closed on that
day," explained Duncan.
When the bowling center was renovated
last year, pretty much everything in the
entire place was completely gutted and
revamped. "We removed all the old lanes
and pinsetters, completely down to the con-
crete. New synthetic glow track lanes, pin-


I AT(AW) Henry
a free lunchtime


HMC Paul Horn goes for a shot as JO1(SW/AW) Jeff McDowell ponders
his next rhove during a game of pool at the NAS Freedom Lanes Bowling
Center. Horn and McDowell, both of the Navy Medicine Support
Command were at the center for a going-away party.


setters, masking units, ball returns and an
automatic scoring system were all
installed. We also added an automatic
bumper system on all 24 lanes. This sys-
tem can be programmed for family bowl-
ing. It's all automatic so when the kids
bowl, the bumpers come up and when the
adults bowl they go down," Duncan
explained, enthusiastically.
The facility was also upgraded with new
carpet, ceiling tiles and refurbished furni-
ture. "The staff here did a lot of self-help
work during the renovation so they would-
n't be laid off. It also saved a lot of money
by utilizing them to help with this project,"
continued Duncan.
The staff is comprised of three full time
and 12-15 flex employees ;
including cashiers, cooks
and pin chasers, who keep
the machines up and run-
ning. "Our staff is here to
serve our customers. We
are open to any sugges-
tions that will benefit our
patrons. We are always
thinking outside the box
to come up with ways for
people to enjoy them-
selves at the bowling cen-
ter," said Duncan. "We ...
have state-of-the-art
equipment, good food and
one of the best pro shops
in town. Our pro shop Bob Lewis, a pi
operator is an former Lanes Bowling C
Professional Bowlers are working corr


Association member and does a great job
customizing bowling balls for our cusi
tomers."
The bowling center is open to anyone
who is authorized to use Morale, Welfard
and Recreation facilities and their guests.
It is open Mondays from 4-10 p.m.-,
Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 10 a.m.,
Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays
from 11 a.m. to midnight, Saturdays front
10 a.m. to midnight and Sundays from 1I
a.m. to 10 p.m. The center is closed on
Tuesday, but will open for command, func-
tions upon request. For more information
call 542-3493.

Afok*S h KVroft lam eqa m


nspotter and mechanic at the NAS Freedom
-enter, is responsible for ensuring the machines
rectly.








10 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


Are you saving,


investing and


minimizing risk?
By Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo -
Special Contributor .


Over the past two years, most of my articles to the
Jax Air News readership have focused on how to
properly save, invest and minimize financial risk..
with the ultimate goal of building wealth and minimizing
debt.
With that in mind, I've decided to provide you with some
"advise" in contrast to my typical commentary. Pardon the
obvious satire sprinkled with a hint of sarcasm.
In realizing the goal for most of us is to live a very aus-
tere post-retirement
lifestyle filled with
lack of financial
security and
mounting debt
loads, there
are several .
ways you can ,
reach such a
dubious goal:
1. Depend
purely on your
pension and/or social
security for all your
needs after you "retire" from
full time employment. Pension ben-
efits, especially in the private sector .r
are not guaranteed. Can you say United Airlines
or General Motors? Those of us with government pensions
have a bit more security, but depending on your lifestyle, it
might not be enough. In terms of social security, the only
thing guaranteed is that the benefits will decrease. How
about those out-of-pocket healthcare costs?
2. Keep all your investments in government bonds,
money market instruments or savings accounts. The
return on these investments barely (if at all) beat the
rate of inflation. The bottom line is if you only put your
money in "safe" investments, you will technically lose
money because inflation will gobble up most of your
returns. Investing in good quality mutual funds or equi-
ties from solid companies is for weenies anyway.
3. Do not invest through the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
or your company's 401K, or through a ROTH IRA.
Investing pre-tax dollars through TSP will allow you to
earn money tax-free over long periods of time, taking
advantage of compounded interest. A ROTH IRA allows
you to invest after-tax dollars, but any distributions after
age 59 and a half is tax-free. See No. 2 and stick to the
savings account.
4. Keep a big fat mortgage for the longest time possible.
Your home is where you live, and not necessarily an
investment. Don't tell that to my buddies in Boston . ."
pahkin their cahs in their $500K stah-ta homes." It only
becomes an investment when you sell it. Don't you want a
.monster-mortgage at a point in your life when you are
,'earning less? Fortunately, Wal-Mart is always looking for
greeters.
5. Buy (or better still) lease a car every two to three
years. You will be guaranteed a $400 a month car pay-
ment forever ... and none of that cashola will make any
"money for you over the long haul.
In all seriousness, there are no secrets to personal finan-
cial planning. The bottom line is to save more, preferably
in tax-friendly investment vehicles and spend less than
,you earn.


Register now for school
From the Navy
College Office --


Coastline Community
College's distance
learning +'program
was created just for mili-
fary personnel. Coastline
courses are available both
shore and at sea (via the
NCPACE Program).
' Using your military expe-
rience you may only need to
take 20 semester hours to
complete your rating-relat-
ed associate of arts degree.
Only 12 credits from
Coastline are needed for
residency.

MUM.

BRmSH, GERMAN & ITALIAN
COFFEE FOOD GIFTS
Internet Copy/Fax available
| il eartriviwri np* r'-wi 3 O minplu rm
664 KIngsley Ave. Ste 103 264-8058


Registration for the next
term is currently ongoing
and ends March 15.
Contact your Coastline
representative at the Navy
College Office on Tuesday
from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. or
email coastline@tds.net.


Sa| M .s SALE
$34999

0BBY WORLD 0
175 Blanding Blvd 0 P 272-6315
7273 103rd St.772-9022


-ITE


Jim Smith shows the Walker family the images that will be sent to
STGI(SW) Richard Walker currently stationed on board USS
Gettysburg. "We set up this event in an effort to reach out to the
families and to get as many spouses to come to the USO to take
advantage of this great offer," said USO Program Director Sonya
Kutsch.


Photos by LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton


A special


Valentine

(Above) Sprint Representative Jim Smith helps
Josie Walker and her children, 11-year-old
Andrew and 2-year-old Allyson send a personal
greeting to her husband, SGT1(SW) Richard
Walker of USS Gettysburg during the Smiles
Across the Miles event at the NAS Jax USO Feb.
14. The event sponsored by Sprint and Winn
Dixie allowed family members to send greeting
via the Internet for Valentine's Day. "I want to
thank our ombudsman Dawn Detje for letting me
know about this event. It was great to get in touch
in such a personal way on a very special occa-
sion," said Josie Walker. While Sprint donated
their services for the event, Winn-Dixie donated
free cupcakes, roses and giftcards.


Fat Tuesday 2-Miler Fun Run to benefit HabiJax


In an effort to benefit the Gulf Coast hurricane victims
with a Mardi Gras theme, the Jacksonville Track Club
will host a Fat Tuesday 2-Miler Fun Run Feb. 28. This
non-competitive two-mile run and walk on Fat Tuesday
will take place at the Jacksonville Landing, with proceeds
benefiting HabiJax's efforts in building homes for the Gulf
Coast Habitat for Humanity.
The Fat Tuesday 2-Miler begins at the Jacksonville
Landing at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the entire family. In
Mardi Gras style, a jazz band will play, red beans and rice


will be served, participants will receive beads and a com-
memorative T-shirt. Costumes are welcome.
Registration and additional information is available at
jacksonvilletrackclub.com, or by calling 387-0528. Entry
fees are $15 until Feb. 21 and $20 after Feb. 21.
Participants may register on-line or at any 1st Place
Sports stores at 3931 Baymeadows Road in Jacksonville,
550-7 Wells Road in Orange Park or 424 S. 3rd Street in
Jacksonville Beach.


Retired Activities Office needs more volunteers


From Staff


The Retired Activities
Office (RAO) needs
the right type of mili-
tary volunteers to serve our
fellow retirees and their
spouses. The RAO is a point
of contact between the
retirees and military agen-
cies.
: Volunteers provide assis-
tance to pre-retirees, retir-
ees and surviving spouses
who need assistance with
the Survivor Benefits Plan


(SBP), pay issues and will
act as liaison between the
retiree and Defense Fi-
nance and Accounting Ser-
vice. They will also help
customers by filling out
forms for SBP and SF180
for obtaining military
record and others as need-
ed.
Volunteers also provide
casualty assistance to sur-
viving spouses and their
families. Help is also need-
ed to plan and organize the
annual RAO seminar.


u~AI I

~~ FI~NiEC AS
e than asorpl



TACTICAL AND UNIFORM
FOOTWEAR N


SBlue Jean

Brunch
Join us Sunday and Enjoy a display
of Varied Breakfast Items: Omelets
Made to Order, Eggs Benedict, Belgian Waffles,
Hot Entrees, Extensive Salad Bar, Delicious Desserts,
Ice Cream Sundae Bar & Much, Much More!
11 lam-2pm
Adults...*8.95 Children...*4.95


RAMADA CONFERENCE CENTER B
1-295 & San Jose Blvd. 268-8080


If you can donate your
time, as little as three
hours a week, please con-


tact the NAS Jax Fleet and
Family Support Center at
542-2766, Ext. 126.


Call With Any Problem, Any Time G r,,

1-800-448-3000 _
www.girlsandboystown.org National Hotline


) talking on Cell Phones
on Military Installations.

Hands-free kits and
professional installation available for
all vehicle makes/models


Cell-Tel Government Systems
8226-B Philips Hwy,
Suite 290 Jacksonville, Florida.

Call today for information.
www.cell-tel.com 904.363.1111
R108142

^*^^ r^lijnlLSk- 64~^^lU~


aiI An i s*.







JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006 11


ASK THE DIETITIAN


The truth about trans fats


Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
HM3 Oliver Columbine (left) of Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Dan Carlan, a NAS jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) employee, show their abdominal strength during
the sit-up contest Feb. 16. Holding their feet are MWR Recreational Aides Steve Anthony
(left) and Gigi Neff. Fifty-eight Sailors, Department of Defense civilians and retirees
entered a sit-up contest Feb. 16 at the .NAS Jax Fitness Source for a chance to win the
newly printed Fitness Source T-shirt. The contest was broken down into male and female
categories and various age groups. Male winners were: Tyler Cannon, VP-30 (29 and
under) with 84 sit-ups, Encarnacion Nunez, (30-44), Branch Medical Clinic with 70 sit-
ups and Jean Dumas of NAVAIR (45 and up) with 68. Female winners were: Rachel
Suppler, NAVFAC (29 and under) with 62 sit-ups, April Boucher, Navy Band Southeast
(30-44) with 72 sit-ups and Barb Myers, Air Operations (45 and up) with 74 sit-ups.
According to Fitness Source Manager Megan Brophy, there will be other contests in the
future, including a pull-up challenge, push-up contest and a bench-press competition.


A go Sit-up


contest


first of


several

Barb Myers of Air Operations
participates in the NAS
Jacksonville Fitness Source Sit-
up Contest while Steve
Anthony, a recreational aide
holds her feet Feb. 16. Myers
placed first in the female 45
and up division.


By Lt. j.g. Laura Prunty
Registered Dietitian
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Nutrition Clinic
Q I've recently noticed trans fat
listed on some nutrition facts
labels, and foods are advertising
they are trans fat free. What are trans
fats? Are they harmful?
A: Trans fats are coming into the spot-
light recently because they tend to raise
blood cholesterol levels and increase risk of
heart disease. In clinical studies, trans
fats tend to raise LDL ("bad") cholesterol
levels and lower HDL ("good") cholesterol
levels. These changes in cholesterol could
lead to increased clogging of the arteries
and higher risk of heart disease.
Some trans fats occur naturally in foods
such as beef, pork, lamb and dairy prod-
ucts. However, the majority of trans fat in
the American diet comes from hydrogenat-
ed oils. Trans fats are formed when man-
ufacturers hydrogenatee" liquid vegetable
oils, which make them solid at room tem-
perature.
Shortening and stick margarine are
examples of hydrogenated oils and there-
fore contain trans fats. Other foods that
tend to be high in trans fat include store-
bought cookies (the creamy white filling of
Oreos is chock full of trans fat!), crackers,
salty snack foods and chips, doughnuts,
French fries and other fried foods. In fact,
nearly all fried and baked foods (unless
homemade) will have some trans fats.
Many fast foods contain high levels of
trans fats. Because restaurants don't have
strict labeling regulations, foods can be
advertised as "cholesterol-free" or "made
with 100 percent vegetable oil." To the
average consumer, that sounds pretty good.
But what they don't tell you is that the
vegetable oils used to fry your French fries
are highly hydrogenated and contain a lot
of harmful trans fats.
Recently the FDA passed a regulation
requiring trans fat to be listed on the
Nutrition Facts label, which will make
avoiding trans fats much easier. However,
if trans fat is not listed on the label yet,


you can still identify foods that will con-
tain trans fats by looking in the ingredient
list for "hydrogenated oils" or "partially
hydrogenated oils." Ideally, you want to
consume as little trans fat or hydrogenated
oils as possible.
There has also been debate over butter
versus margarine. Butter is high in both
saturated fat and cholesterol and should
be limited. Margarine, especially stick
margarine, does have trans fat.
However, margarine is a better choice
because it has no cholesterol and less trans
fat then the amount of saturated fat in
butter. In addition, if you choose soft, tub
margarine or liquid margarine the amount.
of trans fat almost drops to zero.
Tips to limit trans fat in your diet:
Limit store-bought cookies, pastries,
crackers, snack foods and other baked
goods.
Limit intake of fried foods such as
doughnuts and French fries.
Use olive oil or canola oil for cooking
and baking at home.
Choose a soft, tub margarine with no
more than 2 grams of saturated fat per
tablespoon. Look for those labeled "trans
fat free."
Check the ingredient list on the label:
choose foods that have unhydrogenated
oils rather than hydrogenated oils or satu-
rated fats.
Limit intake of fast food and fried
restaurant foods of any sort.
The registered dietitians at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville are ready to meet
with you to plan a program for better eat-
ing and healthier lifestyle. We provide
individual counseling and group classes on
a variety of topics including general nutri-
tion, weight control, diabetes, cholesterol,
high blood pressure and many others.
We provide nutrition counseling to the
military, their dependents and retirees.
For information on how to schedule an
appointment with a dietitian, please call
542-9786.


Cyclists needed for upcoming event


Red Cross collecting personal,

hygiene items for Iraq war wounded
From Staff
N aval 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 collected and shipped one large box of items to
the Center and the items were most appreciated.
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.


T eam Navy Jax will be
riding again and addi-
tional cyclists are
needed to participate in the
second annual Tour de
Cure May 20-21.
This is a non-profit fund-
raising event sponsored by
the American Diabetes
Association. This year's ride
will take cyclists from
Jacksonville to Fernandina
Beach.
For more information
about Team Navy Jax, call
fSmd M
i fRotoFly-By Hela-Max
S SALE
As $23999
HOBBY WORLD
175 Blanding Blvd OS. 272-6315
7273 103rd St.772-9022 mfo-;;,,


Miriam Gallet at 542-5588.
Details about the Tour de


Swedish Massage


Oriental


Str


2151 Lane Ave. S. Suite 306
(904)786-9900
9:00am 10:00pm
7 Days A Week
LIC #MA36512


Cure can be found at
www.diabetes.org/jaxtour.


Body Shampoo
Steam Sauna


ubs


Men


Women
Walk-Ins Welcome
R100714


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


By Linda Brown
NMCRS


The Navy Marine
Corp Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS
Jax offers Budget for
Babies classes the first and
third Wednesday of each
month. These comprehen-
sive classes are available
to all military personnel
and their family members.
Partici-pation of both par-
ents is encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-
ner, helps the expecting
parents prepare a'budget
for baby from birth
through college. He offers
money saving tips for buy-
ing baby's first items such


as furniture, car seats, car-
riers and strollers. Retire-
ment planning for parents
is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the
class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", val-
ued at $100. The sturdy
canvas bag contains a
Gerber layette and a blan-
ket knitted by NMCRS vol-
unteers.
The classes, are held at
NMCRS in Building 13
from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the
first Wednesday of each
month and from 6-8 p.m.
on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more
information, call 542-3515.


Up To $45,000 In Saving

1 CallToday

Move-In February Specials


SMany different styles and
Sizes as required.
-- MANUEL BELLO

904-645-7767
rhembers.aol.com/
S-J- Ubellovincent
10573 Lakeview Rd E. Jacksonville Fl. bellovincent@aol.com








I O
(904)i564-1000


SUN SPA


iss Relief Bodyscr.







12 \ JaxAir NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


Vertical replenishment


Photo by PHAA Nathan Laird
An SH-60F Seahawk assigned to the "'ridents" of HS-3 conducts a vertical replenish-
ment with the guided-missile cruiser USS San Jacinto (CG 56) Feb. 13. The Nimitz-
class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) and embarked Carrier Air
Wing Eight (CVW-8) are currently underway on a regularly scheduled deployment con-
ducting maritime security operations.

READINESS: Drugs and alcohol incidents affect everyone


From Page 2
replacement until the Sailor transfers. So,
that Sailor's old co-workers now have to
pick up extra work because one Sailor made
a stupid decision.
And if a Sailor has a drug- or alcohol-
related incident, he or she can be denied a
top secret SCI clearance for having that
incident in his or her history.
Having a drug- or alcohol-related incident
also affects the people surrounding that
Sailor. He or she will have to face their fam-
ily after what he or she did and will have to
live with that for life. And the community
the Sailor is based in will have a degraded
opinion of the Navy as a whole because of
the action of that one Sailor.
And I'm not even touching on how this
incident affects the individual Sailor if I
wanted to go into that instead of readiness,
I'd talk about how negatively everyone who
knew that Sailor now thinks of him or her.
There is a loss of reliability and trust, along
with the obvious dislike for having put his
or her friends and coworkers in the position
that inevitably follows.
So, having one Sailor get a drug- or alco-
hol-related incident will cause: lost man-
hours, which reduces the efficiency of our
Navy, manning shortages, which can cause
stress to coworkers and effect the efficiency


of a shop, which can effect the efficiency of
their command, which can effect the effi-
ciency of the Navy and embarrassment to
the Sailor and Navy, which can effect how
the community and in some cases foreign
countries and the world view our Navy and
country.
It's a lot of wide-reaching effects that one
decision has. A decision that if the right out-
come is picked (and we all know that is to
say, "no") can keep the Navy's combat readi-
ness at a top level.
That right decision is exactly what we
mean when we talk about our high stan-
dards of performance, military discipline
and. readiness. It is pride, professionalism
and personal excellence.
To all the Sailors out there who have
made that right choice, I thank you for not
putting those burdens on your family, co-
workers, command, community, Navy and
country.
To those of you who haven't made the
right decision, but haven't been caught, I
want to assure you that our urinalysis pro-
grams are good and you will be eventually
caught, so please reconsider the conse-
quences your actions have.
Make sure you're never the person who
causes so much harm to our community and
our Navy, make the right choice!


On the Go with USO


From the USO
Tickets for the follow-
ing events are now
available at the NAS
Jax USO located at the
main gate.
Jacksonville Suns vs. Los
Angeles Feb. 28, 1:05 p.m.
General admission tickets
are $7.50 (regularly priced
$10.50). Tickets may -be
upgraded either to
reserved or home plate box
seating for an $8 and $13
upgrade fee. Upgrades may
be accomplished following
the purchase of the general
admission tickets by calling
the Suns Box Office at 358-
2846. These tickets will be
available through today.


Monster Jam Tickets and
Pit Passes Saturday.
Tickets for this event are
$15 and include a Pit Pass.
Florida Scottish Games
and Festival Saturday.
Two free tickets per active-
duty members are available
on a first come/first serve
basis. This event will be
held at the Clay County
Fair Grounds, 2797 State
Road 16 West in Green
Cove Springs. Children 10
and under do not need a
ticket for admission.
Harlem Globetrotter tick-


ets March 1, 7 p.m. The
cost is $19.
Gator National March
17-19. Prices are as fol-
lows:
March 17: $29 (regularly
$33)
March 18: $55 (regularly
$62)
March 19: $55 (regularly
$62)
Saturday and Sunday
Special: $105
The second annual
Patriot Ride will be held
March 26. More informa-
tion will follow via emails
and on our Web site. Help
us spread the news to indi-
viduals and organizations
who enjoy a good Sunday
afternoon ride!


Volunteers needed for Community Emergency Response Team


From Staff


he Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Depar-
tment Emergency
Preparedness Division is
offering a special training
program to help citizens
deal with emergency situa-
tions.
The Jacksonville Commu-
nity Emergency Response
Team (CERT) is a program
developed to train And edu-
cate citizens in recognition,
response and recovery from
a major disaster when emer-
gency services can't respond
immediately.
The eight-week long pro-
gram teaches volunteers
how the program works, fire
safety, medical operations
including treating life
threatening injuries, triage
and public health concerns,
search and rescue, terrorism
incidents, communications,
disaster psychology and how
to use different strategies
depending on the situation.
Volunteers will also partici-
pate in a final disaster pre-
paredness exercise to use
the skills they've learned.
The goal of the CERT pro-
gram is to have volunteers
help make their communi-


ties safer, stronger and bet-
ter prepared for preventing
and handling threats of ter-
rorism, crime and disasters.
Classes are ongoing and
volunteers are always need-
ed. The next class begins
April 18 from 6-9 p.m. and is
held every following
Tuesday night for eight
weeks. Saturday classes
begin April 22 from 9 a.m. to


noon,
Classes can be alternated
to accommodate volunteer's
schedules. All classes are
held at the Duval County
Emergency Oper-ations
Center -in the Fire and
Rescue Headquarters build-
ing at 515 N. Julia Street.
For more information, call
630-7885 or go to
www.coj.net.


U


It's Never Been Easier to Get the



Supplies You Need.


S Government Purchase Orders, Government
Purchase Cards and Commercial Credit
Accounts Accepted


Delivery Available


Separate Pro Entrance and Checkout Lines


Account Managers with Military and
Government Experience


We Proudly Support MWR and Local
Community Events





/, = GSA.maftPay
GSA











COMMISSARY: 'Best


Superstore' redux


From Page 1
year," said Kanitz. "The same criteria was
used this year as last: accountability in all
departments, actual assessment unit cost,
customer survey results, sales comparison
to previous years, sanitation, IG scores and
other factors. I congratulate the store
administrator and the entire staff on an
outstanding job."
The NEX on the other hand increased its
sales by 9 percent and recorded more than
$10 million in sales in December. "Our
patrons made NEX Jax shine in 2005,"
NEX Administrator Bill Hockenberry
exclaimed.
NAS Jax Commissary Acting Store
Director Dennis Claxton was overwhelmed
with gratitude for the employees and the
loyal customers that they proudly serve.
"Impeccable customer service and increas-
es in sales have a lot to do with this award.
Serving the warfighter and providing them
with the grocery items that they need,
when they need it is the reason for our
existence and us winning this award," he
said. "With out their patronage increase in
sales would not be possible. Our team
appreciates the customers more than
they'll ever know."
Several departments in the commissary
also recorded stellar performance and the
store had a record-breaking month
December 2005 that racked up more than
$5.3 million dollars in sales during the hol-
iday season.
At the NEX, women, men and children's
fashions exceeded the previous year's sales
by $500k. The cosmetics and the electron-
ics departments broke all records and
exceeded last year's numbers by just under
$2 million. "Our electronics department
exceeded our expectations during the holi-
day season with sales exceeding $1 mil-
lion," Hockenbury explained. "Moreover,
the women's collections and the cosmetic


counter stayed busy and pushed 2005 into
the record book. Our customers showed
their satisfaction with our exchange result-
ing in the Jacksonville NEX becoming the
4th largest "Big Box" retail store in the
NEX system."
Overall, the commissary and NEX staffs
are pretty insistent on who deserves the
credit. "It's the warfighter, retirees and
their families that earned this award,"
Claxton and Hockenberry stated.
"Whatever it takes to take care of our mili-
tary. That's the motto of our employees.
Often times, service members find them-
selves on long deployments while keeping
us free and out of harms way. During those
times, we want them to know that their
loved ones are taken care of."
According to Claxton, the staff knows
that the road to winning the second award
for "Best Superstore in the World" hasn't
come to an end yet. Those results will be
in out mid-spring. In the mean time, the
commissary customers can expect to see
the usual award-winning team on the
floors of the commissary providing a blue
ribbon shopping experience for every sin-
gle family member that stops in.
"Everyone who comes through our doors
has one thing in common. We are family.
Unlike Publix or Wal-Mart, we aren't here
to make a profit. Our only goal is to take
care of them. You can't say that about any
other grocery store in the area." comment-
ed Claxton.
The NEX staff will find out later this
year if it has won "Best Large NEX," which
the NEX calls the Bingham Award. "In
2003, we won the Best Store Award and
hope to win it again," stated Hockenbury.
"Our customer service surveys indicate
that our patrons are very satisfied with the
value received while shopping at the NEX,
which is one of the main factors in winning
the award arid breaking sales records."


SOY: CNRSE candidate will advance

to COMLANTFLT competition


From Page 1
A selection board comprised of regional
command master chiefs who 'reviewed sub-
mission packages and interviewed each
candidate last week chose Llera. "We were
looking for someone who had the ability to
articulate their thoughts and see the big
picture," said CNRSE Regional Command
Master Chief CNOCM(SW/AW) Richard
Trimmer. "Sailors who are good communi-
cators have the ability to create followers
and keep the Navy strong," he continued.
In March. Llera will advance to the
Commander, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (COM-
LANTFLT) Direct Reporting Shore Sailor
of the Year competition in Norfolk, Va. If
selected, he'll then compete for the COM-
LANTFLT Shore Sailor of the Year in
April. The Atlantic Fleet winner will then
compete in the Navy-wide Shore Sailor of


the Year competition in Washington D.C.
The Navy-wide Sailor of the Year will
receive a Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal, be meritoriously
advanced to the next higher pay grade, and
may elect to serve a one-year tour as a spe-
cial assistant to the Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy.
"I'm honored and humbled to be selected
for an award like this," Llera -said. "Now I
know the pressure athletes must feel to be
role ,models for other people. I'll do my best
to represent the region with pride in the
Navy-wide competition."
Llera and his wife, Jill reside in Key
West with their children, Elisa and Juan.
"It's important to maximize your time and
give 200 percent while you're single, but
once you have a family you need to slow
down and take care of them as you go
along," explained Llera.


Brush those teeth


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Lisa Perrine, a dental technician with Oral Facial Surgery of Orange Park, shows a group
of children from the NAS Jax Child Development Center Mod A how to properly brush
their teeth Feb. 15. Perrine also discussed the importance of having regular checkups at
the dentist, why teeth are X-rayed, instruments a dentist uses and proper nutrition to
maintain healthy teeth.


-\DAMS HOMES No dft.

Building More Than Just A Home







ALL BRICK CONSTRUCTION
Hidden Oaks Ranch 904-291-9312
Pine Lakes 904-728-8829
Silver Creek 904-406-2042
Fox Hill Farms 904-693-6574
Pinecrest 904-786-4551
Prices subject to change without notice
cBcoCa3518 ww.adamshomes.cos


JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006 13


Commissary pays tribute to

Black History Month


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commissary managers, employees and vendors celebrated Black History
History Month Feb. 16 with a luncheon and a cake that pays tribute to civil rights leaders
Rosa Park and Coretta Scott King.


LUNCH: African-American history celebrated


From Page 1


After lunch, Turman took. to the stage.
Turman, the senior pastor of the Second
Baptist Church of Detroit and a Naval
Reservist, roused everyone in attendance
from their post-meal slumber with a stir-
ring speech about the advancement of
African-American youth in American socie-
ty.
"It's true that African-Americans have
made great strides since the days of segre-
gation and separate but equal," Turman
said. "However, we must remain vigilant so


that we can not only create many opportu-
nities for our youth, but ensure that they
take advantage of them," Turman stated.
After Turman concluded his remarks,
MCAC Committee Member Lisa Dula read
a poem followed by another performance
by the William M. Raines High School
Chorus..
"This year's luncheon proved to be a
huge success because of the strong show-
ing in diverse attendance along with the
entertainment and the guest speaker," said
NAS Jax Command Equal Opportunity
Advisor HMCS(FMF) Bryce McNair.


"WE BRING THE MILITARY


MARKET To You!"


j*ioaEcnI I Im




Military Publications reach
S81% of the military community






Military Community
Includes 92,103 Active-Duty,

Reserves, Retirees and
Contractors








Working On Base -

*jff 950,631

Active-Duty, Reserves, Civilians, Contractors



^rilll News
Published by
the jlodida simes- iRnion 94162
l., f. R094162








14 J8l AI NMOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006




MWR Planner

Mission First, Sailors Always t


Skipper "B" Sailing
$150 includes all class-
room materials and use of
marina sailboats and safety
equipment.
Class 1- March 3, 4, 5, 11,
12
Class 2- March 31, April 1,
2,8,9
Power Boat Training
$50 includes all class-
room materials and use of
marina motorboats.
Class 1- Feb. 25-26
Class 2- March 25-26
24th annual Bass
Tournament
April 15
Begins at safe light until
3 p.m. Limited to first 100
teams entered. Door prizes!
Cash prizes!
Call 542-3260 for addi-
tional information


For more information,
call 542-3493
Free bowling on Wedne-
sdays for active duty from
11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe
rental not included)


For more information on
fitness and athletics, call
542-3518/3229.

Learn to Lift Program
Monday at 9 a.m. and
Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Free. Sign-up at the
Fitness Source front desk.

Leprechcaun Dash
March 17, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/Antenna
Farm. Call 542-3239/3518
for more information. I



about I.T.T. trips or ticket
nr'^i.r..Q i7pnw.o rn.775429-1yfi


By Glenn Pickleshimer
Special Contributor
N AS Jacksonville is
hosting a Recreat-
ional Safety Rodeo
March 3 from 10 a.m. tob 2
p.m. at the NAS Jax
Commissary parking lot.
Based on the success of the
fall 2005 Motorcycle Safety
Rodeo, this event has been
expanded to include many
additional forms of summer
recreation, as well as gerer-
al traffic safety information
and displays.
The rodeo is an opportuni-
ty to gather the latest safety
information related to
motorcycling, ATVs, dirt
bikes, boating, personal
watercraft, scuba, bicycling,
and other recreational ven-
ues.
Motorcycle enthusiasts
will be able see riding
demonstrations from the
award winning Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office Motorcycle
Drill Team, as well as the
Central Florida Motorcycle
Drill Team. Riders will be
able to have their motorcy-
cles inspected at safety
inspection booth, participate
in a riding skill challenge,
and enter their bikes in a
bike show.
The Motorcycle Safety
Foundation (MSF) and the
Florida Rider Training
Program will present infor-
mation on safe riding and
Florida state requirements.
Additionally, the Harley-
Davidson Traveling Mus-
eum will display vintage
motorcycles ar d nostalgia.
Off-road riders will find
representatives from the
All-Terrain Vehicle Safety
Institute and MSF Dirt Bike
School. Anyone interested
in water. activities can talk
to U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary members, see a
display and observe a pres-
entation from the NAS
Jacksonville Yacht Club and


New concert and show
tickets
MWR I.T.T. is now selling
tickets for Phantom of the
Opera, Cirque du Soleil,
Casting Crowns, Korn and
Fall Out Boy. Call 542-
3318 for ticket availability
and pricing.
Okefenokee Swamp
Saturday
$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 today.
Travel Fair
March 18,10 a.m. -
2 p.m.
NEX Food Court
Vendors and door prizes.
50th annual Spring
Tour of Homes &
Gardens in Beaufort,
S.C.
March 31 & April 1
Single occupancy -
$241.75, double occupancy -
$192.25
Includes lodging, break-
fast, lunch, dinner, a guided
city tour, and tour.
Sign up by March 1.


Trips, activities and 'costs
may be restricted to E1-E5
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
the Liberty Cove Recreation
Center for more details,
542-3491.
Jacksonville
Barracudas
Tomorrow
$5 departs Liberty Cove
at 6 p.m.

Monster Truck Jam
Saturday
$10 includes club seats,
pit pass and transporta-
tion.
Sign-up in Liberty Cove:


Mulberry Cove Marina and
talk to members of the
Mayport Dive Club.
Motor vehicle safety will
also be a centerpiece of the
rodeo. The Florida
Department of Transport-
ation will bring their No-
Zone Truck, which demon-
strates the actual visibility
restrictions truckers experi-
ence around their vehicles.
The Georgia Department
of Transportation will bring
a rollover vehicle, which
shows what happens when
vehicles are involved in a.
rollover accident. A seat
belt convince vehicle will
allow riders to give it a try,
and a fatal vision obstacle
course will be set up to let
drivers try and drive a vehi-
cle while under the simulat-
ed influence of alcohol.
Purcell's Motorcycle and
Marine World, Suzuki Sea
Doo of Orange Park, Patriot
Motorcycle Training, Cycle
Accessories, A&M Motor-
cycle Safety Course, Jax
Biker Gear and Atlantic
Moto Sports are local ven-
dors that will be present
safety related products,
motorcycle training class
.information, as well as
bringing motorcycles, ATVs,
personal watercraft and
boats.
These vendors have sup-
plied a wide array of prizes
that may be won by compet-
ing in one of the participa-
tion events or as door prizes.
The NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department will have food
and drinks available for
purchase for those who
work up an appetite.
Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia com-
mands will be treating this
as a safety standdown, so
come on out, bring your fam-
ilies, enjoy a day of fun with
a good strong emphasis on
safety.


Harlem Globetrotters
Game
March 1 free
Jacksonville
Barracudas
March 4
$2 departs Liberty Cove
at 6 p.m.


For information on book-
ing 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 reser-
vations.


Movies are shown at the
base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call
542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The
Weather Man (R)
March 3, 7 p.m. Walk
the Line (PG-13)
March 4, 5 p.m. The
Greatest Game Ever Played
(PG)
March 4, 7 p.m. Prime
(PG-13)
March 10, 7 p.m. -


The Locals 7"
Sports Bar & Grill


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque..._
From left, Kristalyn Mitchell, Renee Bucek, Jeffrey Walker and Lillian Keels enjoy some tasty ,,
treats during a Valentine's Day celebration at the NAS jax Child Development Center Feb. 14. ,


Monette Smith,
an education
technician at
the NAS Jax"
Child Develop-
ment Center,
passes out some
fresh fruit to a.
group of chil-
dren in Mod A,.,
during the."
Valentine's Day,,
celebration Feb.;
14.


Domino (R)


For more information on
the golf course, please call
542-324. For Mulligan's,
call 542-2936.
NAS Jax Golf Course
Moving Sale


I full Service
Restaurant & Bar
*Open for Lunch & Dinner
Daily Lunch Specials
Open Mic Every Thurs
12 TV's to choose from -
Pick the game you watch or
watch them all.
5393 Roosevelt Blvd.
388-4220 R10775o


Saturday-Sunday
Discounts on golf equip-
ment and merchandise.


For more information on
Youth Activities call 778-


MILITARY DISCOUNT*


RN HOMES
:RN i"


'-

r


9772.
Spring Break Camp
Registration going on
now at the Youth Center.
Camp dates March 20-24
Ages K-14
Fees based on household .-
income


904-425-6478
Lot 43, $256. 91 & Iti, Sapphire,
3BR/3BA +Bo ,gW$W '
Lot 63, $309,820, 2891 sq.ft., Caymnan,
5BR/4BA
Lot 93, $305,250, 2483 sq.ft., Coral, 4BR/3BA
Lot 115, $281,600, 2310 sq.ft., Sterling, ,
4BIR2BA
Lot 119, $241,770, 1797sq.ft., Emerald,
3BR/2BA


904-425-6475
Lot 91, 1447 sq. ft., Birchwood, $193,390,
3BR,2BA, Covered Patio, Tray Ceiling in
Master Bedroom, Tile in the Kitchen Nook
and Gallery


IT'S NEVER BEEN EASIER

TO OWN YOUR NEW HOME.

*MILITARY DISCOUNT INCLUDES:

* 1% off of Total Purchase Price

* $1000 Deposit

refunded at Closing

* Up To $7000 in Closing Cost


Plus

* Blinds Refrigerator

* Washer/Dryer Microwave

* Garage Door Opener


Single Family Homes starting from the low $200s


WWW.ENGLEHOMES.COM


9U4-3,t3-950U3
Lot 124, 1797sq.ft., Emerald, $239,520,
3BR/2BA, Formal Living and Dining Rooms,
Family Room, Breakfast Nook, Fireplace'


EINLE

a mwibnaldee oin I fapmp


COc AO;S*4


Turn key didaimer all doing cos, refrigerator, wvshe, dryer, a d binds require use of buil under Preferred Home Motgage Comnay and doing wit Univrsal Land Til. PHM is a equa hoping lendIe. Florida Mortgage La der#3549. Specif home reqie
minimum dosing costs. Pre-poids not induded with tis olfer, and dosing costs on additional mortgages may not be induded. 1% off totol purdihse price is only void when not using a EAIIOL Mmimxnm seller contriution aopdes based on oan to value.


Recreational Safety


Rodeo is March 3


? I -qL11


~111111111111















Softball leagues forming
Greybeard open to active duty, selective
reservists, and command Department of Defense
(DoD) personnel age 30 and up.
Intramural open to active duty, selective
reservists, and command DoD personnel.
Women open to active duty, selective
reservists, and military dependents over 18, and
DoD.
Open NAVAIR employees, DoD, active duty,
military dependents over 18 and selective
Reservists.
The season is scheduled to begin in March.
Stop by the base gymnasium to pick up the rules
and to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Racquetball tourney
An open racquetball tournament will be. held
Feb. 28 through March 3 each night at 5 p.m. at
the NAS Jax Gymnasium. The tournament is free
and is open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women. There is a competitive division and a
recreational division. Awards will be given to the
winners of each division. Call 542-3239 to sign
up by Feb. 22.
Sand volleyball meeting slated
A 3-on-3 sand volleyball meeting will be held
March 8 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building 850 confer-
ence room. The league is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, command Department of'Defense
personnel and selective reservists. Commands
having their athletic officer or designated repre-
sentative attend the meeting will receive five cap-
tain's cup points. All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Sports officials and scorekeepers
needed
The North Florida Military Qfficials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
;Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races. Uniforms are pro-
vided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
I dging costs. Interested runners must compete
iri a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA'
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10) regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:


'the Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
irn Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
:The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7) p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
'The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available 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 membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
oh 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.
: The Association of Aviation
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 Michael Steckly at 542-


5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K
bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.

Greybeard Basketball Standings


Team
TPU
VP-30
AIMD
VP-16
VP-62
CPRW-11
NCTS


As of Feb. 17
Wins
7


Losses
1


Intramural Basketball Standings


Team
VS-22
VP-30 Staff
NCTS
Naval Hospital Gold
VP-45
HS-75
AIMD 400
Security
VP-5
AIMD
Blount Island
VP-30 Students
VP-16
Naval Hospital Blue
MEPS
VP-62
Weapons
HS-7
FACSFAC
4-on-4 Flag Fo

Team
VP-30 IFT
HS-75
VS-22 Gold
VP-30 Blue
AIMD
VP-16
VS-31
CSCWL
VP-45
USCG
VS-22 Red
VP-30 Gold


As of Feb. 17 "
Wins Losses
7 0
10 1
6 1
7 2
7 3
4 3
2 3
6 4
6 4
6 5
5 5
4 5
2 5
5 6
4 8
2 8
2 9
1 9
2 10
)otball Standings
As of Feb. 17
Wins Losses
5 0
3 0
2 0
5 1
4 2
4 3
3 3
3 4
3 4
2 6
0 2
0 5


5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.
com.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m.
at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
307-6261.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 -or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding


Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society will present
their 2006 Spring Genealogical
Seminar Saturday at. St. Paul's
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-
ter, call 244-7950 by Feb. 17.
The St. Augustine Spring
Art and Craft Festival will be
held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. at the Special
Events/Francis Field near the
St. Augustine Visitor's Center.
More than 150 exhibitors will be
at the event, For more informa-
tion, call (904) 824-0716.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through September.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections. For
more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.


From the St. Johns River Alliance

T he city of Jacksonville and the St.
Johns River Alliance are proud to
present the film premier event, "The
River Runs North," The Journey of
America's First River. This event will take
place at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
Saturday from 4-7 p.m.
"The River Runs North," The Journey of,
America's First River, was produced for
PBS and is airing nationally. This
$200,000 production shares the ecology,
culture, history, uniqueness, partners and
story of the St. Johns River. The debut of
the hour-long film in Jacksonville follows
presentations in Florida at the Brevard
Zoo in Miami and the Central Zoo in


Help all children
become survivors.
80U-822-6344 ww..tjude.org
A C si. P 1I.:l.nl. Il'hi1. ,, 1 PUDIIL St-rvl'.1


Electric-$179-"
Nh~iro- $25.9"

7273 103rd St.772-9022


Sanford, Fla.
The event will also consist of live enter-
tainment, food and beverages and a choco-
late dessert fountain provided by
Peterbrooke Chocolatier.
For further information, call 630-3690
or e-mail events@coj.net.
The mission of the St. Johns River
Alliance is. to preserve, protect, promote,
restore and celebrate the St. Johns River
as ah American Heritage River in recogni-
tion of its ecological, historic, economic,
recreational and cultural significance, so
that the public may gain a greater appre-
ciation and understanding of the river's
importance to the quality of life for cur-
rent and future generations.


closure Source
Glass Enclosures/
Sunrooms
Screen Enclosures
Patio Covers


Payment Plans To Fit Any Budget! No qulty Required!
100% Financing Available Iwith approved credltl

. 5521 Chronicle Court Jacksomnille. FL 32256
wwmlifetimieenclosures.com I- I
fQ3 CRC028471 1^ 1d


Military Publications

Crossword Puzzle Sponsorship

Advertiser Name and Logo Here


down





4at- -.0


w 4-.f




* ,dilw -M


40 4 l

Mo

mft ..






-


* - -


0 4


m'"=li!'S

"low "'r


t*Milo& I#


. 0

20 *,


^* i3 -











-> mt-
?0


Eo -o
U93 (


4

p


- -.-
-


40 4m -
UM4- -


Q- -w- -


D q 0 N -


VP-45 SOY: Outstanding Sailors selected
From Page 4 Villa attended "A" school in Meridian,
Miss. and reported to VP-45 in April 2005.
ond tour at VP-45 in 2003. Walz currently During this deployment, he qualified as an
serves as the leading petty officer for the enlisted aviation warfare specialist and
quality assurance division, was selected to lead maintenance adminis-
:Villa was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. He tration for a multi-squadron detachment in
enlisted in the Navy in 2004 and attended the Philippines.
boot camp at Recruit Training Center Villa is currently assigned to VP-45's
Great Lakes, Ill. where his recruit division Maintenance Control Division and is work-
commanders meritoriously advanced him ing towards a college degree during his off-
to the rank of airman, duty time.


0 w m


Your Advertising Message Here:

Crossword is the most requested item for newspapers.
Now available for advertisers.
* Sponsorship for the crossword puzzle in all three publications. Special Rate $935 weekly.
3 column x 13.5" black and white ad Crossword Puzzle Runs Weekly.
Contact Military Publications Account Executives
904-359-4336


Jax Air News The Periscope


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006 15



City of Jacksonville/


St. Johns River Alliance


to host film premiere


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


1%fto - OF


The Mirror






16 Jax Ar NeWS,: NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


New-Home Community Spotlight


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


NORTHEAST
JACKSONVILLE
Islands of Dunn's Creek
From the mid $200s
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit
Pulaski Rd. heading north to commu-
nity on right. (904) 751-1274
Cedar Glen
Now selling
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Alta
Dr. heading north approx. 2 mi. Right
on New Berlin Rd. Bear left at fork in
road to community on left.
(904) 591-7119

NORTHWEST
JACKSONVILLE
Meadow Downs
Coming soon
From 1-95, take 1-295 south. Exit Lem
Turner Blvd. and head south approx..5
mi. Right on Robena Rd. to community
straight ahead. 888-KB-HOMES
Adams Lake


A srene community, lmlber Creek Plantation features an amenities center with a pool, clubhouse, basketball court
and family terreation 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, Tour new home ready for immediate move-in. (904) 225-2581


NASSAU COUNTY- Cartesian Pointe


Large homesites and amenities like a baseball field and playground make scenic Cartesian Pointe an excellent choice
for growing families. Stylish homes include wdk in closets, recessed lighting and Whirlpool appliances, plus optional dens,
lofts and covered patios. A great value in rapidly expanding Nassau County. Cartesian Pointe offers 1- and 2-story homes
with up to 2,478 sq. ft. Tour 2 model home%, and choose from 10 floor plans priced from the $ 180s. (904) 225-1982


i . . .... .. .


New 'homesites available. Beautiful Dalme. Pointe location features nature preserve and community playground. New
community pool coring w.oon Dunn's Creek Plantation offers 1- and 2-story homes with up to 3,599 sq. ft.Tour 2
model honms and choose from 13 floor plans priced from the low $200s. (904) 751-1274


HOME
FINDING
CENTER


WEST JACKSONVILLE
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
Hawk's Pointe
From the low $200s
From 1-295, exit Blanding Blvd. head-
ing west. Turn right on Argyle Forest
Blvd. Turn right on Old Middleburg Rd.
Community is .5 mi. on right.
(904) 317-0069

ST. JOHNS COUNTY
Florentine
From the mid $200s
From 1-95, exit CR 210 heading east.
Right on US 1 to community on left.
(904) 819-6604
Samara Lakes


Samara Lakes
Briar Wood
From the $130s
(904) 940-7320
Oak Ridge/River Birch
From the mid $200s
(904) 940-0146
From 1-95, exit International Golf Pkwy.
heading west 3.5 mi. to community on
left, .4 mi. past The King &The Bear.
Grand Cay
Now selling
For more information, visit Florentine
community or call (904) 591-7127.
Cypress Lakes ,
From the high $200s
From 1-95, exit west on CR 207. Drive .25
mi. to community on left. Go .75 mi. to
sales center by golf clubhouse.
(904) 819-9081.


SOUTHEAST
JACKSONVILLE
Villages of Summer Lakes
Townhomes
From the high $100s
From J.Turner Butler, exit Southside
Blvd. heading north approx. 4 mi. Left
on Ivey Rd. and immediate right onto
access road to community on left.
(904) 725-2125


Don't miss our FREE Homebuying Seminar on Thursday, February 23, from 6 to 8pm,
at the KB Home Studio. Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Erin at (904) 596-6712.
From 1-295, exit San Jose south. Go .5 mi. to Studio on right in Claire Lane Shopping Plaza.


REALTOR Cooperation Welcome. 2006 KB Home (KBH). Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realtor to accompany and register buyer on first visit and comply with Realtor Co-op Agreement. Realtor Co-op does not apply at Samara Lakes-Briar Wood community in St. Augustine. Prices/terms
r-'.S,,o-" t subject to change, prior sale, homesite premiums and/or predetermined options. Floor plans, options, elevations and views vary by community/homesite and are not guaranteed. Square footage is approximate. Photos show upgraded landscaping and may not represent communities'lowest- ^ "
EOloN.w". priced homes. Future development of amenities at Dunn's Creek Plantation is subject to change and is not guaranteed; contact: KB Home Jacksonville, 10475 Fortune Pkwy., Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32256; (904) 596-6626. Recreational facilities at Cartesian PointeTimber Creek Plantation oS'., KBHOME,
N.wHososourc..cm and Dunn's Creek Plantation are private to community. Continued scope/preservation of nature preserve subject to change and is not guaranteed. Maps not to scale. See sales representative for details CBC058298 JAX-42874 R110278






JaIAll NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006







mxlirI $ Csassi ied


PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD


BY PHONE 366-6300
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30a.m.-6:00p.m.
Fri. 7:30a.m.-5:30p.m.
Toll Free 800-258-4637
BY FAX 904-359-4180
IN PERSON
Many people prefer to place classified
in person and some classified cate-
gories require prepayment. For your
convenience, we welcome you to place
your classified ad at The Florida Times-
Union from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.,
Monday-Friday at One Riverside Avenue
(at the foot of the Acosta Bridge).
Deadlines


Thursday Tue, Noon


Tue, 11 a.m.


Please note: Fax deadlines are one hour earlier.
Holiday and Legal deadlines vary and will be sup-
plied upon request. Cancellation and correction
deadlines are the same as placement deadlines.


O .- 904-366-6300

CANCELLATIONS, CHANGES & BILLING
Ad Errors Please read your ad on the first day of publication. We accept responsibility for only the first incorrect
insertion and only the charge for the ad space in error. Please call 366-6300 immediately for prompt correction and
billing adjustments.
Ad Cancellation Normal advertising deadlines apply for cancellation. When cancelling your ad, a cancellation
number will be issued. Retain this number for verification. Call 366-6300.
Billing Inquiries Call the Billing Customer Service Department at 359-4324. To answer questions about payments
or credit limits, call the Credit Department at 359-4214.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Advertising copy is subject to approval by the Publisher who reserves the right to edit, reject or classify all advertise-
ments under appropriate headings. Copy should be checked for errors by the advertiser on the first day of publica-
tion. Credit for Publisher errors will be allowed for the first insertion for that portion of the advertisement which was
incorrect. Further, the Publisher shall not be liable for any omission of advertisements ordered to be published, nor
for any general, special or consequential damages. Advertising' language must comply with Federal, State or local
laws regarding the prohibition of discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations. Standard
abbreviations are acceptable; however, the first word of each ad may not be abbreviated.

The anchor indicates the ad is a FREE Fleet Market Ad placed by military personnel.


CLASSIFIED INDEX


Auctions 200's

Real Estate for Rent 400's

Financial 550-570

Employment 700's

Merchandise 900's

Transportation 1200's

ONLINE
Classified line ads are online at Jaxalrnews.com

FREE online advertising!
Your Classified in-column ad automatically appears online at
no additional charge.


Announcements
100 Clubs and
Organizations
105 Dating and Services
107 Telephone Dating
Services
110 Happy Ads
115 Lost and Found
120 Notices
125 Personals
130 Tickets
135Travel/Rides
140 Vacation/Travel
M1900/976 Services
147 Dating Services
165 Entertainment
Services

120 Notices
DIVORCE
AMERICAN STYLE !
Uncontested
Divorce papers
Without kids (while you
wait) With Kids (a little
longer) Since 1981/ by
a pt only
(904)641-2187
IN 10 DAYS WITHOUT
CLOSING COSTS OR
CLEANUP FOR THE
SELLER
(904) 384-4677
www.webuylaxrealestate.com3
NEED A LAWYER?
Accident? Arrest? Divorce?
AAA Attorney Referral Svc
1.800-733. 342,24 HRS.
130 Tickets
JERRY SEINFELD TICKETS
Thurda.. 3 9. 7pm. .
.e:, ir.oetner in upper
3al1.:,nr' C31ll 36 26.1
NCAA -Regional bas-
ketball, 1st 2nd round.
Jax Arena., March 16th.
2 club level seats, to be
auctioned on 3 9 06,
Jax Chapter NWTF.
287-5395



Auctions
200 Auctions
210 Estate Sale-s
220 Public SalE

210 Estate Sales
RIVERSIDE 2802 St Jo.:.hn
Aie Apt C I Periad PC |
F urn [ e r lin c
Roenth I cr.. n.. c, d I
F rStor a cr,- rE3l.
leaoed baa;. art. Gr.- .
,.Clo .a ,t iro-n ie 1 rr`1 .
Fri -Sat, Feb 24-25, 9a.4p


230 Georgia Real 246 Camden Co., 298 Open House 305 Southside 310 Mandarin 320 Westside 322 Argyle 325 orthe
lCAN'T BANK QUALIFY? ZERO DOWN M Near NAS 3bd r 2 Brand new single family
Charmlng3/2.5 OPEN HOUSE Owner financing 4/2 3/2 in the lovely town bath w/garage & home on lake. Imme- REDUCED 4/2.5 new
locate Feb.2st26h 2025sf $15000 dwnw/ of Mandarin. Quet lawn service. No date occupancy. 4/2 /2 constrgatedcomm. off
Lak WIn$1 Gorgeous 2800sf $1188m 904,641-5240 street. Completely pets. $875 mo $875 car gar, 2197sf,$20Kin Ata 2800sf, many
subdv, v dnyls dng, on 2 fenced acreszoned renovated. Free24 dep. Call 807-8388 for upgrades $269,990. upgrds, $339K., 260003
PUBLI HER'S NOTICE fence, pool, workshop, for horses. Quiet country JAMES ISL. 6br/4ba hourhotline appt. Plip 305.9849293 WHY RENT WHEN YOU
Real Estate ^^"PUBLMISHRS NOTICE m re, $13K living near city. All you 3400sf. 3 car gar. backs 888 802-4214 ext 9015 CAN OWN -no $ $
All real estate adver- cal1912-6740582 want & MUCH MORE! to preserve, many ,_ __ __ NearNASJAX. Acre SPENCER PLANT New down, no closing cost
r ale tiing in this newsa- Priced to sell- $336k upgrds629K. 59-5 315 Arlington of land across from Nowinterest rates.
per is subject to the Call for appt. or stop byI O nArlington waereh3r 2929sf.5/2.5,3wnes
230-292 Georgia Counties Fair Housing Act which OSOlpren Hse SaSun1-5 w
makes it illegal to .n FSBO, 4/3 fIreplace 3484 Rustic Oak Trail 1 t0.0.0 -57984 buyowner.com f02d486-01
294Fernandina/ advertise "any prefer- enclosed i-FSBO4/2,cpatio,29D#JAX8504. Huge lot wner48 in
Amelia island ence limitationor dis- poolc Mddleburg F preserve lot, Bymdows/9A, Hammock rove 3/2.5 49,000.00269-9527 D#JAX8504. Huge lot esimmons54@sprl0ntpcs.com
296 Georgia Miscellaneous crimination based on detached wrkshp2 $339,l00.904r680c7499 n1779s Den, screened ROLLING HILLS
300Avondale/Ortega race, color, religion, car garage, Kingslano, 3 ahe
302Riverside sex, handicap, familial GA, $1921 828-413.0331. Stunning 4/2, 2200sf, argated pool. 232K 1930 sf, 3/ 2, LR, DR.,rd, in North
3a5Southside status, or national or- PCs A dale/ home. pgrd kit w/ss 90442-3518 ground poolyr., g yrd, so
groun 300 AallS83n2835sor5d o 0 Jacksonille3
306 Intracoastal West gin, or an intent one, to Ortega applies scrn heated Pool BrickTrllev4/2.5,2300sf Call 7832835 or 945-6795 ATL. BCH-12th St., 2/2 In
mae any such pref- w/oversized lana R Ofc, FRscrpch, eat.nkit ____ AS NEW, 3b/lb Excellent per.cond. Lovelywded
3lOMSandMarin c erence limitation or FSBO 3/ bt-,Ins. $379K. 2268111 dblgar trop/priv setting condition. 1876Junior ot&ahalf, closetobch
31SArlington Familial status FencedY1 A norhd house$22K. YOURHOME.APRCl St. Near Ed Waters $800K.1404-351-58823r
320 Westside includes children under Screened porch, 9043042154/389-6941 30 YEAR FIXED, no credit BEAUTIFUL 4/4 + BONUS College $75K745-5971 cell 404-550-1833
322Argyle the age 18 living with alarm system, check no verification on golf course 3000sf, BEAUTIFUL 3/2, huge JAXBCH/FSBO3/2.,
32 North Jacksonville parents or legal custo- home warrant. MURRAY HLLRenovated Call 904-298-0077 brIc yrs old 509900. mr T new cab, new BR EV HING atrI p s reod,
msor st, new cabnw BRAND NEW EVERYTHINGatriu Id rod.
32Sprinfield l dians pregnant women Immaculate, Call for appt. 9987039 cpt/tile, ingrnd pool, 3BR/1.5BA 1180SF. Must see! r96900
327Downown an d o drng 106 Piper CFPe 145000 1 Wd Firs FLRng 2/1 11726 SHELLFISH DR. 3/2 197.5k1800sf, Beautfu must see 100% 904-247-3295/994-5950
sld of children 673-6303 FWdrl .6 Ua ca 30f W 904-219-6293 613-9454 fnnodn Tom 571.6890
330 Beaches under 18. 1.5Iots $179,900. 634 226a h-3/a177 33 r 320 Westside 904-219-6293 613-9454 fin. no dwn Tom 5716890
33Keystone Heights not accept al 2 LOFT CONDOS Ea. 2/1, Buying a Home? Ocan 2
335 Orange Park/ e ltion of the law. Our Pierce Co., firs gar, flat TV park n& ta. ne:crp kltch. Contact your VA Spacious MasterSuite.
339 Putnam County dwelling advertised in Okefenokee Golf Club. nE So tig FSBO 4BR-Gamerm, full Extensively Renovatedl L- aurie M. Potter $519,900. Great
340St.iohn'sCounty this newspaper are Lake front w/fairway 305 Southside baths, lots of upgrades, 4 2 rl,hoe ,n OPCC YNCM (USN Ret) o wll co-op,254-0202
St. Augustie available on a equal view, cust. 3/2f5,2600se, 1699sf, Earn equItyfast Pcol. urge rd iMurph,
344 St. Augustine Beach rortuni s oranchd o uen firslan, AFFORDALEHOME125k
34FNau C t mpdilainofdis- loads ofebu -n'a FFORDABLE HOME 125k et85K.9042206328 -t Corp. 536 Buying, Selling? or
345 Nassau County crimination call HUD golfers paradise! $320K 3/1,LRDR.DENCarportne FSBO- 31.5. block refinancing? Contact AX BEACH
350 Waterfrontus toll-free telephone all Linda9el12-288-3800 wtilecarpet, roof.fncd o JAXBEACHy new/ch ca OceanCay 4/2B 5
ReaCondominiums n u m b e r a t Century 21 HRRI yard wshed Remod- CH appliance ,fe Laurie for any of your Spacious Master Suite.
36 Out of Area/Town/ 1-800-669-9777. The eled k t bath. 1696 sf. Ocean Cy C 4/2.5 d nSpac s teruite.
360OuState /w 1toll-free telephone EZ to finance.conve- Spacious Master Suite. rooms,7447LeGrande (904)448-9330 x225 financing needs, including Private deck w/hotub,
Manufactured Homes number for the hearing nient S/S neighbor- Pate ckwo st.$117,5,278-2951 Cell (904) 463-2065 VA, FHA, home equity or New cpt&pnt, all apple
367 Manufactured Homes eimp a I r e d I s hood.Owner New cpt& pnt, all appl FO 1N ACle ot, Ema-l Faurioepoutyor$519,900. Great
370 Lots for Sale l-80-927-9275 904-382-3894. view at ? FSBO. NEW Mobile Home Email: laurie-potter FrLoc wail-co-o 254.0202
375 Farms/Acreage 294 -295 www.myopenhouse.com/ $s9,900. Great B 3/2 DW, 1/3 AC lotm Eauntriwitecm conventional loans. LOC will co-op 254-0202
380 investment Property Amelia Island rodney Loc will cop 254-0202 extras Must see, c e.co
382 Retirement Comm. 6et T-- $119,500. 861.4716 Website:
3u2 RetiremeAXoCkmm.. n BrEACH
ForSale Reduced to sell by owner ATTN: If your current www.owner.com@tpd87 home.countrywide.com/ !Ajhu BEAfiCH
385 Miscellaneous 4/2 Model Cartesian Pt. Mrtg was 100% fin. 2 or LAKESHORE AREA 3/1+ lauriepoer 11 Ocean Cay 4/2.5
390 Real Estate Wanted EQUAL 0ousi Yulee on lake. Upgrades more yrs ago Call now JAX BEACH study, wooden firs FP 5613-2 San Jose Blvd. HOE LOANS Spacious Master Suite,.
O3PPOROTtUNITY $219,900. 904-507 1222 to savings $$0 743-9992 Ocean Cay 4/2.5 Circa 1948, Exc cond cson e, HOME LOANS Pac k wtu
Spacious Master Suite. 4828 Colonial Ave $146K Jacksonville, FL 32207 C026902 Private deck w/hotub
I jPrivate deck w/hotub Hew cpt & pnt, all appt
Make y 'aL New cpt & pnt, all apple Loc $519,900. Great
", S"B THeal[[ IWap rtm O $519,900. Great O/ O/ LOC will co-op 254-0202
:' MfDr eam HAppen Loc will co-op 254-0202 \/o--s .1o %o
1 ___,_____,,_ _, 'OCEAN FRONT Condo St.
A ug., gorgeous 2/2,
Call Doug Conke..designer furn $599,900
1i.,J-, 310 Mandarin $ -$ $ 703.- 88 Broker/Owner
ODOMS MILL PV, 5/4
U.S. Naial Academy 84 LARGE OAKS, 3BR/2BA, reserve. 12FT ceilings.
V L20(DRNua Acade1ySunroom, new, ACCEPTANCE MORTGAGE COMPANY $575K Owner/Agent.
VA LoANs .CDRUSNiret apple. & CH/A, Ir bkyd, Will coop. 608-5398
I Here Help You:l Buy, ocal2Sc -s-(A) OVERWHELMED'BY CREDIT CARD DEBT? OLD ATLANTIC BCH 3/2
OCAON ISTANCE Buy, $225,900. 9042924829 100% CASHOUTREF I total renov,tin roof
o4.h R A narNE Sell, I cl OmPEN biAT/SUN 11-3p. DEBT CONSOLIDATION 3492332/ 241-8229
h Ilhr,,-I. irri~r,. u-,iL ike golf, strong fundamentals FSBO4/3, appx 3000sf,
C.ria.i R..-dri .I..r b i aori.i i.ujn.u. f tile/hwfirs, Ig den WHY RENT! OLDpoNTEVEDRA4/2,
and l,- ari,:r cThre s arethe key touccess a[904-385931/C:710-9470 QUALIFY FOR A HOME MORTGAGE .45 acrewatertogolf lot,
nimer -,.lau loalneeds and ihu. :ur ,::, I:, Cell: (904) 505-9326 READYFOR MOVEINI3/2 WITH LITTLE OR NO CLOSING COSTS! $1,250,000.904 273-1520
.i i E- ri,-. '-,- 'in pool, fresh pnt, new cpt, CALL MARK PVB EAST of AIA 4/2.5,
u- l[ i ,l-,i ,. _- -,r -_,,rr.d ,,.-..rp-.'- 12521 Conoor. $249.900. 2200sf, Gourmet kit. tile.
Ovnr. BrKr 90- 923 6120 r C;,,'- 904-686-4651 i,,. crtydjasnilne- guard.
.... 134.900 C II 219-3u31


WE OF1-FER CONNTIONAJL,
FIXED, ARM'S, INTEREST ONLY,
POOR CREDIT... IIE CAN HELP!
RAILM Ro'va l ,lti: Hl '- /sci


A nice Family Community
located on the Westside
a Military discounts FREE Washer & Dryer wvih new move-ins
E Z Financing on 2/2 & 3/2 Bedrooms
Swimming pool, playground, basketball court
Woodland Estates
Give us a call at 904-771-9055


'h' M ?f I o l L t In

One Bedroom Starting At

$66500


1100 Seagate Ave* Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611


Exluiv Poerie o csov.le Ic
Commercial e Res.identiial
,Sales & Renta~ls
A- ~i ii hrnquurij h-j isiIcrI.-LKl





Wa-Ar ~ ,Bwar ona t ly P AAAe1r ii .ri i.,sq ta.,. A-C 16~,n


I I- I P 1 II - ,


New Homes
from the $160's
f The


hp W%,f


Vineyard


-, : -- : 7 -- -I _'_ ." '- _--c


New Quality Built Homes With
A Personal Touch

Jack Lee Construction lI
4 783-9039 Old ebur


S CBC050222


Historic Avondale ,


III -i


LARGE
1,2,3 BEDROOM
HOMES


I ,WN


Home Loans Made Easy
WILSON LENTDiNGGRoup
Sales ouv Militaq witli Tliese Gi-eat Specials:

MAXIMIZE:
Your G.I. Benefits
(with no out of pocket expenses!)
FREE: Loan Prequalification
EASY: Apply by Phone

Speciali-zing in VVFHA/Ist Time Homebuyevs
and Flexible Interest Only Loans
MILITARYe DOD 9 CONTUCTORS
CIVIL SERVICE # DEPENDENTS CIVILIANS

WILSON LENDING GRoup,
8160 West Baymeadows 'Way, Suite 140
Ca.11 Rob Thomas (904) 403-9688 1
'I 'A
I C026312 MI 41,- K..


'I r 1 :omli i :1l' Li,1 gi]IIm


Vets 6 Acti-ve uttl'


Buy A HOME For...


Call or go online to receive all of our
FREE Homebuying Services: -
FREE MLS Home Searches *
FREE VA loan Pre-Qualification *
All negotiations & paperwork *
We make sure your largest purchase is done RIGHT! *
We help YOU buy a home for the least amount of money *

Integrity Home & Finance, Inc.

"We can save you thousands of dollars when you buy a home."


*See website for details. Closing costs negotiable. Lie. FI Real Estate & Mortgage Broker.


1300 Marsh Landing Pkwy #107,
James Steen Jacksonville Beach, F1 32250
Loan Consultant 904-543-7004 office
904-200-0225 Cell

10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 year terms available on FRMs
No minimum down payment required
Loan amounts up to $417,000 __
Gift funds may be used to cover closing costs =
No Application or Loan Origination Fees
Website www.wamuloans.com/james.steen
Call today for more information

Washington Mutual
HOME LOANS
ogrons subedct to change without notice. Certain restricions and conditions apply. Available on R unit properties, primary residences only. Some programs may not be
combined with others. Washington Mutual Bank doing business as Washington Mutual Bank FA ony states and a Washington Mutual Bank fsbD, MT, Iff. 026288


II I I I


0 1 1


--~- -


11 IIII I


i


0


II


~BIIR~PCBJI~C- IC -q~sgg~-rr ~ql I~gs~q~ ~ --'IC~CC~e c~L~ar-~B --~41p~B~p.~ ~~Cu ~ -~psqgC I~iDIIPI


~_


I H:


___


Cm0oQO9









18 JaxAlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


330 Beaches
VILANO BCH 100x250,
Oceanfrnt. 2700sf, 4/3,
beautifully renov.-
$1.575M. 31 =621- 5045

332 Middleburg
COUNTRY CHARMER
Spec. 3br home w/ig
pool on 9ac $549K
Village Realty 264-1444
FSBO -2537 Cosmos, 3/2,
w/new appi & decks,
l+ac, $120k 881-5626
GORGEOUS HOME
S 1.8 acres In Beautiful.
Quiet Country Living.
S 30 mlles from Jack-
sonville. 2875sf. Newly
Remodeled custom home.
3/2.5. Sunken living m/drm.
Sun room,
FL rm, skylights. Hrdwds.
Huge deck w/lanaI cover,
20x30 Green House. 3 car
gar. Zoned for horses. 0.8 ml
frm Black Creek Reserva-
lon. YOU WILL NEVER NEED
ANYTHING MORE IN A
HOME. Priced to sell $336K
520-730-4622
SHwy 220/MDBG
Adorable 3/2 gar,
I tile, open floor
plan, wood deck,
landscaped, Appli-
ances stay. $148,900.
904-287-3149.

335 Orane Park/

S 4/2 HOME, QUIET
/ FAMILY NEIGHBOR-
|L HOODo3YRSOLD
POOL' MANY
UPGRADES, MUST SEEI PCS
MOVE $199,900,
375-0309/476-7337
FLEMING ISLAND -must
sell, 4/2, 2060sf, all brk
corner lot, $259,500. Call
317-1588 or 278-4658

340 St. Johns
County
FRUIT COVE 1 ACRE,
Immac 3/2,2 ,1
pool, fruit trees, ,00.
612-9440/571-8674
GOLF COURSE
HOME 4bdrm, plus
S bonus rm,4 full
baths, heatel pool,
cul-de-sac, many
extras. $540K
904-891-7878/794-7500
Near World Golf VII. 4/2
2200sf, bit 2004,backs to
preserve fenced bk yd 2
car gar, $250K 759-5323
South Hampton Like new
3/2 Nature preserve
upgrades, walk to golf
club. $339,900687-9847
ST. JOHNS GOLF & CC
Brand new over 2100sf
4/3 eatnkit, many upgrds
sprnklrsys, 904.2877697
Stonehurst Plantation
4/2 /2 Approx 1700sf,
fenced yard, nice comm
$269,900. 904230-9850

345 Nassau
County
AMELIUA ISLAND,
Te rivatq development,
4 4/2,custom brickf.tle,
profes. landscape, nook, din.
nl, $354K, 491- 7996
Country Uving in Callahan
,FI-10 acres of Large oaks &
pasture partially fenced.
2004 DWMH with 2400sf
4/2Ba, Large family room &
rec. room with wet bar &
FP. Reduced $280,899K
Great Price -Must Sell!
904-879-4194 Call Today

LAND FOR
SALE
Callahan Area
626-6393.

350 Waterfront
120' deep water, scenic
no obstruction secured
street w/fixer upper
house, havepermits yes.
1 mi to 1-295 Northside
Make offer. 828-284-4437
a Condo w/boat slip
S3 miles to NAS
kIP2/1.5 NEW! Pool
Fitness Ctr. All
Appliances. $299,500.00
90G4. 6348


350 Waterfront
E. PALATKA St. Johns Rvr
4/2, 2800sf, split fir plan,
GR open to rvr lots of
strge, 108' Riverfontage
Appt 386-328-2864. $789K
Oceanfront, Jax Beach,
.69 of a blk zoned comm/
muit-fam/Resid. Apprx
139x236. 904-637-9258
SATSUMA -home with
130' on canal. $219,500,
Call 386-546-7204

355 Condominiums
CARLTON AT OAK
LANDING St. Nicholas,
Brand new! 1Br, scrnd
patio, $94.5K, 338-3351
PRICE REDUCED
RIVERFRONT PENTHOUSE
move in cond, $447K
2/2Brk -Ownr 287-8902
PVB 2/2 Grand Cay Villas
Lux condo, Ground fir
unit w/attached gar.
$223,900 904-285-9097
SAN MARCO/ RIVER-
FRONT -The Alexan-
dria -2/1, 1000sf, furn,
$365k. 904-607-7123
SOUTHSIDE -2/2, 1100sf,
Great View, upgrades
galore, Close to Tin-
seltown/ UNF. $159,900
904-710-7000
SS -2/2, gar, Ig porch,
pond view, 1100sf, close
to Ave's. $169,999
881-4080

n Out of Area/
360 Town/State

East Tennessee
Mountain Property
Only minutes from
GatllnburgTN
7ac& Stream $39,900
20 ac Wooded $79,900
Opening March 4th
800 770-9311 ext328
LAKE BLACKSHEAR, GA.
New home on lake, 1847
,sqft. private boat slip,
91 ceilings, 173sf porch,
$220,000.00 912- 384- 8144
W. OF DAYTONA -10ac,
country setting, pas-
ture. 3/2 MH, Ig Oaks,
next to St. Johns
River/State Forest w/
trails $238k 386-547-3576

365 manufactured
b3 Homes


Ready to move in, D/P
assistance avail. Call
Rebecca @ 246-7684

and Take over
payments! 3/2 at the
beach. Call 249-9546

low mthly. Low d/p
slow credit O.K. 246-7684

5/3 Like New!
Fully Loaded.
Call Rebecca @ 246-7684


We will match your D/P
up to $2000 on a new
home purchase!
Call 249-9546


DW Fplc, Ig. front orch.
Call Rebecca S 2 9-9546


Beautiful Gated West-
side comm. new & used
2 & 3 br hms. Fin avail
Call Bettyann 783-2460
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
Land Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385
FLEETWOOD No Credit V
3/2, stove, refrig, dish-
washer, washer/dryer,
cent air, shed. $2500 eq,
$380mo. Call 730-8606
GUERDON 28x70 4/2, den,
appis, dishwasher, fpic,
heat pump scr proch,
shed. $14,5 o. 730-8606
LAND, HOME PACKAGES
24 YRS EXP. $ODWN. HOMES
OF MERIT 477-4225 OR EMAIL
JOHNSALES5.BELLSOUTH.HET
LRG MH HOME IN GATED
COMM. 3/2,2004 28X60
ASKING $66,900.
Westside 904-771-5088


365 Manufactured
Homes

LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291-2735
M'burg '96 DW 3/2, 1.S ac
ch&a, v-ceilings on cul -
de-sac, backs to Jen-
nings Frst $87K 626-8579
MOBILE HOME & LAND
2/2, stove, refrig, C. air,
deck, awning, shed, fen
big lot. $38,900. 730-8606
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2, 16005F+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$695 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874.1862 or 291-3100
MUST SELL 3BR 2BA!
D/W and Land Home.
Stainless Steel Appl.
Great Jacksonville Loca-
tion Little Down, Easy
Financing, Won't Last!
CALL JOHN 291-0716


Call 695-2255.
PRICE REDUCED low dwn
New Fleetwood 4/2 w/
land Marietta Call for
directions 904-891-4099
Relocating I Must Sell!
4/2 on Irg corner paved
lot, frpl, decks & much
more. 904-874,1862
SELLING YOUR MOBILE
HOME? TOP CASH!!
Old or New or Assume
Loan. Call 730-8606
SPRING
SPECIAL!!
New, Used & Repos,
3/2's & 2/2's.
Give me a call 771-9055
Ask for Emma.
TAX REFUND =
NEW HOME!!
All credit accepted, new,
used & repos. In-house
financing, Give me a call
771-9055

financing for 1st. time
home owners call and
get pre-approved over
the phone 695-2255 ask
for Sandy

370 Lots for Sale
AMELIA ISLAND
In Plantation Oaks,
Close to Ritz- Carlton.
$225,000.205-222-1988
INTERLACHEN ESTATES
Roberts St. $12,900;
Oversized Impr. crnr lot
$19,900; 609-457-1623

375 Farms/
3a75 ahAcreage

BACON CO./Alma, GA
43.19ac. rural land. Hwy
frontage, new fencing
around 80% of property.
Dale 877-765-9700
BY OWNER -80 acres in
Candler Co. GA, hunt-
ing great, many extras,
$3500/ac firm.
800-642-0616 Eddy or
Gwen

LAND FOR
SALE
Callahan Area
626-6393.
N.C. MOUNTAINS
Log fabin $89,900
Easy to Finish'Shell on
1 AC Site, Lakes, State
Park. & Plenty of Golf.
Carolinas! 828-256-1004
ODUM, GA -67AC +/-, nr
Altamaha River. (Jesup.
GA) Call 912-586-6126
or 912-586-2425

3sQO Investment
U Properties


I 'Investor Rehab
I Loans
S Lot loans
S Construction
I0 loans
Stringe -Highest LTV
No Junk Fees
I& iamssss


Ro Andrade anjoseinvestmecom
Ro- An rd 2BR/1BA BRICK MINOR
Military Relocation Specialist Rehab Needed.
1416 W. 18th St.
CDR NC USN(ret) $29,000 Call 708-3278
ATTENTION INVESTORS!!
Direct Line (904) 2784176 Let me make youl' job
randrade@watsonrealtycorp.com easier. Call me today
for the best investment
deals possible. Expect
If you're buying, to double your inven-
selling, or relocating, to1r904a208o8930.
Give me a call! NISIDE 9050 9th Ave'3/2 +
bonus rm w/detached
Watson Realty Corp n aOB. Crnr lot. 1188hsf
4729 US Hwy 17S ,NA $ O 0
Orange Park, FL 32003 N,,i scrn porches, fenced
$62K as ts! 404.241-9533
flsherjordanl@aol.com


-ze -06mn1//2r,4v& / Owew I

Lee Daniefl Realty, Inc. REALTOR'

1677 A Wells Road

Orange Park, Florida 32073

Business (904) 264-121
215-7544 230-4617
i, -866-HOME-o15
Fax (904) 264-1135


Eliti:Ceedadeaeatiyfhetbeuf.Ket


Alliance Realty Group [|Jj

"SERVING THOSE WHO SERVE"
With Realty, Mortgage, and Relocation Needs!


ph.: 904268 5553 cell: 629-8496

fax: 9042685766 tczr01@yahoo.com



Tony Cozier
"Drive On"
9735 St. Augustine Rd. Suite #11 Jacksonville, FL 32257


EU


380 Investment
Properties


1 904.737.0144 i
www.acafla.com
SLicensed Mortgage I
Lender # L000000547767


385 Miscellaneous

Avoid
Foreclosure
Save or Sell
House

800-817-9120
stoplaxforeclosure.com
MANDARIN 3bd/2ba
$19,700. For Listings
800-749-8124 x1002

390 Real Estate
S Wanted

ANGELO BUYS
HOUSES CASH 1
Any cond. handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
occupied, ANYWHERE,
ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/residential
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL II!
Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253






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


405 Apartments
5 Unfurnished

AVONDALE -Historic
District, exc loc. 2/1,
hrdwd firs, w/d, $900mo.
Gar apt $675 994-7740
HUD Vouchers Accepted
Large 1,2, & 3 Bedrooms
CALL (904) 751 -1510

& NORTHSIDE
S $550 -$760
1,2, & 3 OR's
Available!
S (904) 757-0240
ASHLEY PARK
APARTMENTS


Call Bob 343-1380
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX, NEW CARPET
AND TILE, FENCED YARD.
REF REQUIRED $595 77&-2897

410 Condominiums
9A/MERRILL/2WKS FREE
All new. gtd pool, w/d.
grand flr,-2/2, 1200sqft,
904-234-0624. $100%m.
AMELIA ISLAND
PLANTATION
2 story townhome 2br/
2.Sba utility room with
,washer/dryer, LR, DR,
kitchen, pets nego. lyr
+lease SllOOmo. + utils.
Call Chuck or Janet @
ERA Fernandina Beach
Reality 800-741-4011
ARGYLE new twn hm
3/2.5,2 car gar. move in
ready. Call for details,
334-.4168
ARL Brand New condos
nr Mayport 7920 Merrill
Rd. exc loc, 3/2, appll,
$1200mo. 904 502-2832
Baymeadows/9A
Campfleld -2/2 Brand
new/gated/pool, w/d.
$1100/mo. 904-891-6167
BAYMEADOWS Area
townhouse 3/2.5,1400 sf
$1100 662-7578
SCondo 3/2.7,800
Point Meadows Dr.
1445sf, upgrades,
Spool, tile, near
schools, Town Center
$1255mo 619-254-1107
II VIllaglo 2br/2.Sba Two
Story Beautiful Lake
View Close To Shop-
ping And Theater.
$1200mo. 7 Mo. Or
Longer Lease Please
Call Rigo 813-299-3518.

Immaculate 2bd/2ba
Condo, Kernan/Beach
(Avanti), $995/month.
Call 904-534-7814
JTB/Hodges gated 3/2,
vaulted ceilings, all
amenities, oar., frol, 3rd
fir, w/d $1200 382-7606


ATLANTIC CAPITAL
ASSOCIATES. INC.

Rehab Draw Up Front
No Pre- Pay Penalties
SNo Junk Fees
36- Hour Closings
Highest % LTV
No Money Down
100% Financing
1^ ---- ^^ --t
Hard Money^^ l
v Prfincsws H^


410 Condominiums
New 2/2 Williams Walk:
w/d. 5 star admen.
water/sewer Incl. Bal-
cony lake view $1150mo
9545544607
Oakleaf 3rd floor, 2/2,
elev, w/d, new, no pets,
$1200mo. Byers Prop-
erties Inc. 904-276&0795
OP-Low depll 3br/2.Sba,
new TH In Oakleaf,
pool, tennis, new appi.
only $1099m. Call Jody
914-649-5125
Ponte Vedra Bch A1A
V/LG 1 Bd Cottage/End Unit
New App, PatUo, f, fpStorage
Feb + I/2 March Free
MOVE TODAY SlOSOno
Jennifer 917 859 7859
PONTE VEDRA
2/2, gated community.
No pets, no smoking.
$1200mo. Call 838-4367
PONTE VEDRA Ocean
Grove 2/2 renov, amen,
Beautiful Apartment.
$1000/mo 904-819-0709
PONTE VEDRA-
SUMMERHOUSE 1BR/1BA
Just Renovated!
1st Fir w/fplace & new
washer/dryer. 5 Star
Resort amenities.
$975.00 Fully Furnished
$895.00 Unfurnished
Call 1-866-268-8002
PV -2/2 w/den, gated
comm. 1600sf, gar, sec
sys, lakefront, clubs,
fitness center, pool,
tenn, $1500 607-6164
PVB 2/2, 1st fir, newly
renov, shuttle to beach
& close to shops, many
amenities, 904,472-1877
PVB 2/2 w/loft, St. Johns
Co. schls, min to bch.

JTB, full club amenities.
tile lv'g area crptd bds
$130000BO Call 270-0787
PVB Access to ocean
1/1 w/garage, 1st floor,
$950. Terry 904- 318-9635
PVB COZY 2/2, New Free
beach shuttle, 1st floor
w/ fireplace $925m+
Feb free. 904-327-0590
PVB -Fairfield lakefront,
2/2, gated, gar, pool,
tenn, $1100mo 614-4609
PVB RARE OPPORTUNITY
2/1.5, furn condo, 2
story on quiet
cul-de-sac, gar, comm
pool all inclusive,
150,mo. short term
avail. 407-221-2229
SSAN DIEGO CONDO
I1BR/1BA ocean-
S front available
April 2006, $1800
per month. 561-790-4143
or e-mail
maxharrer~yahoo.com
SAN MARCO ROSE CREEK
spacious, great view.
1510 sf 3/2.5. pool.
1100/month, 396 0009
FREE RENTII SS/GATE
PKWY, Sail Cove, new,
$1050mo. 516-208-9615
mbarone@LIbankcard.net
SOUTHSIDE -3/2, fncd
bkyd, gar, tile thru-out,
$90mo. + dep.
Call 268-0761
SOUTHSI1DE Beautiful 3/2
Condo at Avanti.
3591 S. Kernan Blvd.
Near everything!
287-4375
SOUTHSIDE -Brand new
luxurious condo for
rent, CC atmosphere,
CC environment, 2/2,
$1100mo. 885-1900
Southslde Waterfront,
1BR/1BA w/d, part furn,
pool. $700mo. lease
904 825.1193
S'SIDE, NEW, 2 WKS FREE
2/2, granite, tile, w/d,
pool, fitness, gated,
1300sq, 234-0624. $1150m
S'SIDE 3/2 Condo at
Avanti. 3591 S. Kernan
Blvd. Nr everything!
exc price 287-4375
S'SIDE Brand new 3/2, all
applls, WD, conv l oc,
$1600mo. 904-509-6247
or 954 336-2430
S'SIDE New TH, 3br/
2.5ba, 1607sf, upscale
apple, wshr/ dryr gar,
gated, pool $1350.
996-8808
ST. NICHOLAS New 2/2,
gtd comm, scr patio with
waterview, off Atl. Blvd
$850m. 904-233-3112
WILLIAMS WALK 1/1 New
$890 Waterfront cen-
trally located w/d,
gated, pool, 305-772-7031
A|E Houses
415 Furnished

YULEE -3/2, 1.5 acre, priv
lot, great loc. Miner St.
$800mo. + dep
Call 874-7684

A4 ot Houses
42eV Unfurnished

4/3, Brand New,
Magnolia Point Golf &
Country Club 269-4600
Amelia Island TH $1250.
2/2.5 w/loft, Water ft,
FP 2c gar, W/D hkup,
1500sf. 536-7916 .
ARGYLE
2912 Brittany Bluff
3/2/2 1677sf$1050
$200 Off 1st Mo
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-060O
ARGYLE 3/2, ch/a, freshly
painted, new cpt &
vinyl, dbl gar, $9S25m.
Forehand RIty 771-2345
ARGYLE 372 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
LARGE FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
ARGYLE 8121 Boones-
borough Trail 3/2,
$975mo / $975 dep.
777-0691
ARGYLE
Meadowbend
8353 Derbyshire Place
3/2/1 1094sf $725
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
'(904) 730-8060
Argyle- Nice 3/2.5, gar,
on Chimney Lake, low
,J rent, great nbrh0ood,
$105O/mo+d.
904-779-9601/536-88"0
ARGYLE
Plantation Village
482 Sherwood Oaks
3/2,5/2 1449sf $975
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARGYLE
Villages $ Westland
73361ronslde Drive
4/2/2 1900sf $1150
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Arl. 707 Arlingwood Ave.
3/1 corner lot, quiet
n'hood, conv. oc., $1100
mo. + dep. 904-923-5875
ATLANTIC BCH 3/2.5
1800sf, w/2 car garage,
Ingroun pool, Walk to
Bch. $1600 m. 334-1935


S Houses
420 Unfurnished

ATL BCH 3/2 new carpet,
near base, & beach,
$1100mo + dep. 1317
'Cove Landing Dr. Call
755-4038
ATL BCH new 3/2, great
N'hood, 5 mIn from
everything, $1350mo. +
dep.Inci lawn serv. 619
Paradise Ct. near Main.
Call 535-7349
BARTRAM PARK -Hurry
won't last, below mkt!
NEW, LAKE, 3/2.5 TH,
1496sf, many upgrades
$1125/mo. 904654,6382
BCHS/N. HAMPTON 4/3
85345 Sagaponack Dr.
3cgar on golf crs, NEW
2813sf, 3way split fir plan
$1600m. 954-249-4335
CLAY CO. Huge 3/2 brand
New all brick, Fpl, gar-
den tub sep. shower,
great schools, $1250mo.
Chris 742-7486
EAGLE HAMMOCK N. 4/2,
brand new, 2400sf, +
upgrades, + preserve,
clu comm. $1450 neg.
+dep 904-866-1431
E'SIDE-Spacious new
4/2, main's to wtrfrnt,
short/Iong term/or sale
$1500m. 904-616-9450
FERN. BCH. 3/2.5 end unit
duplex many upgrades,
FP, W/D incld, 2carg,
scrnd prch fncd yrd.
$1275+ulil. 908-507-3956
Avail 4/1/06
Hidden Hills 4/2, 4451
Chasewood Dr. Beau-
tiful! $1700mo Avail
NOW! 850-528-8119
I HOUSE FOR RENT
S4 br/2ba, near schools,
S 6 mi Mayport Nausta
Kemran BlvLd 645-6929,
254-4574, $1350
ICW/GIRVIN Cul de sac,
Lrg fncd yrd. Lake view,
3/2 1932sf $1495m+dep
Avail 3/1 904-629-4995
ICW/LENAS WALK 4/2,
brand new, 2300sf,
preserve, $1600 + dep
866-1431
ICW/WATERLEAF 4/2.
spacious, 2500sf +
Spreserve, club comm.
$1650 deposit
904-866-1431
ICW -3/2, nicepnt, move
in ready, off Kernan
betw JTB/ Bch Blvd.
$1200 + Imo dep.
363-0586
ICW
935 Arkenstone Drive
3/2/2 1425sf $975
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
JCP New 4/2, new tile,
neut. lcirs, cov. porch,
wded lot. Club & amen.
$1395m. 422-6743
Johns Creek 4/2 Lg. fncd
yrd, w/d hu, 2cgar, pets
ok. 2000sf Lease neg.
$1200mo 223-7288
SJTB/95, 3/2.5. New
S Luxury TH.
UI Upgrades, 2 c ar.,
S screened panio,
pool & Fitns Ctr access,
1700sf $1575. Jamie
864-6699 PCSng
Sh JTB/95 3/2.5 New
S luxury T H.
QIUpgrades 2. gar,
screenen patio,
* pool & clubhouse
access. Ironwood
1700sf $1575mo Jamie
864-6699 PCSng
KERNAN/GIRVIN
SAshley Woods, ICW,
S2200s 5/2, built 2004
lakefrnt, fenced
backyrd, sprinkler system,
$1395/mo, $850 dep. (PCS)
Call 904-220-2915/891-5804
LAKE ASBURY
1853 Creeklview
4/2/2 1820sf $1100
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)73-8060S
LAKEASBURY
Silver Creek Sub
1824 Creekview Dr
3/2/2 1500sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730.8060
MAND 3/1, W/D, Lg yard,
w/shed. Quiet neighbors
Great loc, $950/mo. No
pets. GHS@904*529-8022
MAND 3/2, 1200SF, new
carpet, no pets, $975
mo. BYERS PROPER-
TIES INC. 904-276-0795
Mandarin 2/2.5 Town-
house, fireplace, wash
/dryer hookup, $950mo
+ dep. 904-268-5351
MANDARIN HoodLand-
ng 4/2. brand new,
2300sf avail Mar.$150
neg+Ldep 904-866-1431
Middleburg 5br 3ba
S3200 Sqft on Black
Ota Creek with 4 acres
and 3 stall barn
PCS $2700.00 214-9412
NASSAU/BRYCEVILLE
New constr 4/2, eatnkit,
formal LR & DR GR w/fpl,
dbl gar, lac lot, $1300m
Forehand RIty 771-2345
NEPT. BCH 3/2, LR, DR, Lg
kit, ingrnd pool, gar, Ig
fncd yd, updtd, no pets,
, $1250m. 904-821-5067
Northside
3/1.5 $750mo. 540 E. 56th
2/1 $725mo. 338 Sunset,
Call Wendy 757-3466
NORTHSIDE
Brandywine Lakes
2720 Cold Creek
4/2/2 1721sf $1025
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
NORTHSIDE
Rolling River Sub
6826 Rapid River
3/2/2 1615sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
N'SIDE Duplex Rent to
own large 3br, $500dep
Near W. 8th St. & 195
786-306-5476
N'SIDE Lake Forest 3/1,
new kitchen & carpet.
ch&a, wd'deck, near a
park. $825.904- 287-7888
SN'SIDE NEW TWN-
HOME 3/2.5, 2 STORY,
1 CAR GAR. 1526 sl
/UPGRADES/NEAR
FCCJ, N'CAMPUS. W/D AVAIL
SNOW, $1050, SPENCER
904-254-7376
O.P./ MDLBRG -3/2, 2 car
gar, $950mo + dep.
14-3998
O.P. -4/2, like new, 1508
Ashleigh St. $1250mo.,
Dr's Inlet. 276-6446
O.P. OAKLEAF 3/2 owner
pays w/s & lawncare
ear amen. center
$995mo 298- 3220
Oakleaf brand new, 4/2,
next to Argyle Elem.
w/d, upgrades, fplc,

OAKLEAF-Brand New
4/3 2 car garage,
all appliances.
2 story, over 2800sf
$1550mo. 904-382-5807
OP/ARGYLE 4/2, ch/a,
w/d incl 2cgar, garden
tub in mstr bath$995m.
Forehand RIty 771-2345


FRE, FEE9 RE oFEE9 RE FEE FRE- RE. *FRE FE


Navy

Classified

Ads



THE FLEET

MARKET


ADVERTISING
RULES

Please fill out
this form.in
black or blue ink.


DEADLINES


JAX AIR

NEWS



Noon

Monday


Rank/Grade: Work Phone #


Name (please print):


1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military
personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville.
2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help
qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as
sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage
sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
ANIMAL QOR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL
BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED
INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY
REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE-
MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written
independent of other information contained on this form.
4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code
OOG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News,
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202


Organization:


Date Submitted:


fl5*SauCU;


6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
original form.
Select the number of weeks ad is to run: U 1 wk E 2 wks 1 3 wks U 4 wks

To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not tom) along the outside border. (2) No more than
one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.


Ptenrannv


One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202


H. S -


420 Houses
4 Unfuirnished

OP/OAKLEAF 4/2 upgrds,
Ig fnc bckyd, great
loc. $1325m. wkly maint.
Incl. 904-688-0726
OP/OAKLEAF
4 new 4br homes avail now,
NICE from $1250-$1495
514-1038 5
ORANGE PARK 3/2.5
Townhouse, wd, water
incid, on Blanding
$900m. 877-677- 0438
ORANGE PARK.
Oakleaf Plantation
3694 Silver Bluff
3/2/2 1519sf $1070
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ORANGE PARK
Pebble Creek
3429 Pebble Sand Court
4/2.5/2 2502sf $1295
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
A ORANGE PRK AREA 3/2,
2 car security sys,
patio, palm trees, $995
m9ly, 99e sec. dep,
904- 71& 6567
ORTEGA close to NAS
4349 Verona Ave. 3/2,
CH/A, Idry rm, crpt, tile.
$1200mo. 904-502-2832
ORTEGA -river view,
newly renovated, 3/2,
snrm,gar, $1200mo.

& RAVINES
GOLF/COUNTRY CLUB
klj New 1 story twn hme,
3/2,w/lrgegrtnrn,
eat-in kit. + dn rm, 2 car
gar. & golf cart gar.
$95/mo. 904- 210 6062
R'SIDE 2/1 hdwd firs, fpl,
w/d hkp, fnc yd, ch/a,
sunrm.' sec sys, Pets OK
Call Randy 881-8687
SAN MARCO 1814 Perry
PI. 3br, laundry rm
appi, ch/a. Call
534-4771 or 551-2036
SAN MARCO -3/1, den,
CH&A, new'remod,
stove, frig w/d,
$770mo. 396-7888
SAN MARCO 4/2, 1200sf,
CH/A, w/d hkp, $950m +
$950 dep; also garage
apt avail. 722-3781
SOUTH OP/Bear Run 3/2
$995, 1388SF, 2 Car Gar,
Kit Equip, Grt Rm Fence.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SOUTHSIDE -3/2, fplcA
CH&A, gar, 1284sf,
$950dep $950m0.
737-8235 1
SOUTHSIDE -4/2, 2240sf
brand new home, gated
comm, pool, clbhs,
$1650mo Call 662-5650
SOUTHSIDE
The Montreaux @
Deerwood Lake
8550 Touchton #134
2/1 1120sf $925
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
A S'SIDE 3/2 excelint
condition, I/car
gar., ceiling fans,
S water/sot., cntrl
A/C, w/d incld,
+ dep. $975 mo.
No pets/smokers
803-6717/223-q048
S'SIDE Clifton Village
new TH 3/2.5/1. new
appli, pool, gym. 1/2 1st
mo free $1250m 7282244
St Johns Cnty/Palencla
3bd/2ba 2 car grg
2400sqft $1500mo Con-
tact John 904- 642 4125
ST JOHNS CO. JCP River-
side 3/2.5 w/gar Brand
new. Gated, pool.
$1350m 904 657-9395
WESTSIDE
Chatham Woods Sub
S5260 Collins Rd #904
3/2.5/1 1400sf $925
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE
Crystal Springs
10269 Wood Dove Way
-3/2/2 1456sf'$1050
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE
Fox Hill Farms
2727 Fox Creek
4/2/2 1910sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)73-8060S
* WESTSIDE
Hannah Stables
6019 Fillyside Trail
3/2/2 1562sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE -LAKESHORE
4/1, CH&A, gar, fncd yd
$1000mo. 993-4884
WESTSIDE -LAKESHORE
3/1, CH&A, gar, fncd yd
$900mo. 993-4884
WESTSIDE
Lauren Oaks Sub
11119 Lauren Oaks
3/2/2 1268sf $925
New W/D Included
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE
Natures Hideaway
6051-101 Maggie Circle
3/2 1300sf$875
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO10. 778-2897
WGV
1319 Ardmore
4/2/2 1745sf $1225
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WSiLAKESHORE 3-2 $895
1300+SF. IG Pool. Hot Tub
Kie Equip. FpIc. Fenced
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WSIDE /Cecil Fla 3.'2,'2
1800sf. grtrm,'rp no
pets. fncd bkya. $100m
+dep 904 779 2580
WSIDE 3,.2'2 on pond,
Grt rm w/ip. EIK, sep. DR.
$975m. ist/last/ sec dep
No pets. 904-779-8985
W'slde 3-2 &4,'2
$900mo. $900dep.
No pets
904-276-21 29
WSIDE-Near NAS
3 3 2. I..'garage
YlV/lavn service. c,
pets. $1675/rno.
875.'aoep. Call 807 8386
For appt. PCS
WSIDE Nice' 3/1 FR 5176
Camille Ave. Newly
remoi. CH,'A New appi,
carpet, tile. paint, wid
hu. clean, no pets. N/S
$895mo $700deo
904 728 5247


Close [o 295. 1900Sf. 3.,'2.
2 gar. + 2 oonus rms
$1285mo. EZ freeway
access. 904-303 8716
YULEE-Waterfront rental
Small 1 or 2BR on deep
water, privacy, close to
AIA. Great commute to
Kings Bay or Mayport.
Avail. 3/15. $90Om.
904-703-4265
$500 Down U OWN
all areas EZ Qualify
Call the Hotline 388-1208


420 Houses
S Unfurnished




OmN

ERA
REAL, ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADAJUONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1, 2,3,4, & 5 Bedrms
$500 -$2500
In the 1
Following Areas:
Northsid& ,
San Marco
Amelia View
Arlington
Southside
IntercQastal West
Westside
Julington Creek

CALL 757-3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONEScom


A425 Manufactured
s Homes

NORTHSIDE -2/1,
furnished, $550mo.
904-764-1401aft 6pm
NORTHSIDE 2248 Ed
Johnson Dr. 3/2 No
pets. $725.00 mo +
$775.00 dep 757-7621


We can put you'in your
own Home-E-Z qualif-
ing. Call Sandy @ 695-2255
WESTSIDE 2/2 Private lot.
$650dep $550mo No
pets Call before 2pm
772- 8738
W'SIDE/ BALDWIN nice
clean 2 & 3 bdrm in
quite park, no pets,
$500Soomo & up + dep.
904-233-4417 or
352-318-2765
W'SIDE & NW'SIDE
From $550m+dep.
Ask about our specials!
904 772- 7244/C:568-2903

430 Roommates

JAX BCH/CONDO Prof.
fern, 14th fir, oceanfrnt,
mstr br, $900m, no pets,
non- smkr. 904-241-2614
N'side 1615 W. 25th St.
$85- $110per week,
477.1892
OP- N/S, Ph, Elect w/d,
Kit, cbl, rm furn, $380m.
or $105wk. 904 215 8100
W'side- nice home.
$125wk utl Incl. Non
smkr.g04-536-0158
W'SIDEShare 2br MH
w/qlty person in a very
quietMH PK. CALL
783-1386 or 781-5645

435 Rooms
3a to Rent

ARLINGTON -
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
ORANGE PARK HOME
Room w/priv. bath, N/S,
Ph, Elect w/d, Kit, cbl, rm
furn, $490m. 904-215-8090
WESTSIDE
Luxury rooms
Call 904-866-6016

Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts

Marco Is. FL. Beach Front
2/2, 3/11 to 3/25. $1500
per week 352-694-6828
mis905@yahoo.com


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

500 Industrial
For Sale
NC Store +cabin $139,990
Both Zoned Commercial
Pics: 919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com
Welaka, Fla, Cleared
L.3ac. 365ft frontage.
.3 mi's from St. Johns
Rvr. $219K. 904-315-8004

Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
1 AC -200 FF, 6203
Roosevelt, Just N. of
Target, CCG1 777-4707,
534-9290

'7 Businesses
507 BFor Sale

CAR WASH Full Service
Car Wash Brokers
Orlando 850-497-9199

Is1 Office Space
515 For Rent

AAArlington Expressway
Nice Affordabe Indiv.
Offc's & Small Building
725-0556 / 591-3027
BEACHES -Prof. ofc
+/- 1000sf,
$1495mo. 993-5853
E.ARL-Small suites in
new bldg, upscale park.
Includes elec.jantrl,
conf rm, 642-8600
JTB & PHILLIPS
-Starting at $325, utils
included.
Call Rod 343-8922

525 Retail
525 For Rent

OP/DENTAL OFC-1500SF
Equipped w/elec/plumb.
Publix Shopping Center
Gateway Capital Dev,
Inc. Katie 904-992-0727






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


550 Business
5 Opportunities

CONV/FOOD STORE 2,
very busy makes good
money 904 465-5348
FROZEN MARGARITA
MACHINES & karaoke
rental business,
$20,000. 374-3985 or


Fuel Wholesale Business Accounting/
Gas / Diesel/ Jet Fuel 7 Accounting/
National Customer 06 Bookkeeping
Base
*Investment Secured
Call By Eq ment.8211
NEW PARTY PLAN Ta High Volume Payable for
l aste Construction Industry.
of home entertaining. Excellent Pay & Benefits.
Now enrolling for Plase faxto
Consultants & Booking 904-482-0725 or email
Betty 9 aie. 32or to ktayl intyma-
9047861-5967


TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS!

COMPANY-SPONSORED
TUTION REIMBURSEMENTS


JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE



0IM T0831-13 0 R

(904) 783-3333
(8001 8311300 WW.ROADMASTER.CO






MAKE A CAREER OF

HELPING OTHERS!

Get the hands-on skills you need
to work as a Medical Assistant.

Or, choose from the following:
-1. EJeiTeniJrv EjIj,: ,:,n-NEW!
."i. AlliedJ H Miir 1j .gei',T,,r l
"i- BuSint' Adi iniTi,, .ilr
il'- COuTipiU r ir i rm i,,uri Svl.ems
I r i ldie ii ury ludile
A i;" Le31A i1arl C01iar y ,


*.
-5,
t


Support your


military


newspaper



For Classified Advertising,

call 904-366-6300,

or toll-free

1-800-258-4637.







We bring the military

market to you.


I


"


550 oBusiness
5t Opportunities


I GET PAID DAILY!
After 30 days in the
business, I had a vested
contract that's wlllable
and sellable. I will receive
residual income for the
rest of my life.
Oh, & I made $900 In one
day. I did itn You can too!
Call 912 673.7778

Downtown Restaurant
complete near new
courthouse & Bell So.
331 W Forsyth. 502-6502


America's Premier
Automotive Service
Franchise is expand-
ing! New location
being developed on
Race Track Rd& In
Julington Creek area
For more Info., call
1-800-228-8339 or
visit us on-line at:
www.tuffy.com
Min. cash req: $10,000


5s fl Financial
3,U Services

ATTN: If your current
Mrtg was 100% fin. 2 or
more yrs ago, Call now
to savings $$$ 74.3-9992







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


605 Schools

EARN DEGREE
online from home
*Medical, *Business
*Paralegal, *Comput-
ers, *Criminal Justice.
Job Placement. Com-
puter provided. Finan-
cial aid if qualify. (866)
858-2121 www.onll-
netidewatertech.com
Medical Career
Want to help people?
Train in less time
than you think
Career Service Available
Financial Aid available
for those who qualify.
Training includes an
externship!
For a Brochure call now!
800-719-7249
Sanford Brown Institute
10255 Fortune Pkwy, ste 501
Jacksonville, FL, 32256


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Mar 6
8 Week Eve Class March 15
Superior Instruction
www.myfreLcom
Florida Real Estate Institute
A NEW CAREER
Train as a
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
in less time than you think!
Financial Aid available for
those who qualify.
Career Services Assistance.
Training includes an
externship!
CALL NOW 800-719-7249
Sanford-Brown Institute
10255 Fortune Pkwy, Ste 501
Jacksonville, FL, 32256


j


I

f









Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


707 Driver 710 Industrial/
Trades


Cl.s AD e
s d yrCompany
p l HDrivers
$1000 Sign on

Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or moreyrs exp. &
Class A C L-Hazmat
Home most wknds
Co. starting pay
$.31-.34/mtle
*/OPOpay$.90/mile
d rier s.$.pemen
$ S onus
Medical Dental 401k
-$25 Wkly Serv. Bonus
*Paid Vac & holidays
;Optional Health Care
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day







MW M D YCall.
800-723-3424 for info


DRIVER/LOCAL
Class A CDL. New eqpt,
steady r round emp
Incl OT,. exc earning
potential. Home every
night. Great bnfts, in
401K and health ins.
.Apply 8664 PhI ips
Highway, Jacksonville
Call 904-827-1115





Drivers wanted.
$500 to $800 per
week.L709 Aviate
model vehicles.
Work your own
hours. Be your
own boss.
Hiring Taxi,e open
Airport Shutty. le
& Para-Transit





You can earn $800 -$1100
next and every week. &
still be home week-
ends. Must have CDL A
& mostly clean 3 yr
MVR. 356-0500 DFWP.
FLATBED WRECKER
DRIVERS w/Class B & E
Vacation pay, will train,
Alyat R. s J. Towing,
8r2 Herlon Rd, btwn

OTR Mainly East Coast,
CDL A & 3 yrs exp. nec.
Home 2 nights/wk &
every wknd Avg $700
$800/wk. 904-612-1369
REDI MIX DRIVERS
needed in Baldwin area.
heavy truck exp reqd.
We Will train for
ready-mix truck $600
C sign on bonus.
Call 449-6968. Drug
Free Workplace


709 Aviation

COMMERCIAL
AVIATION FUELER
Signature Flight Sup-
port (a BBA Aviation
services Group com-
pany) world's largest
BO and aviation sup-
port network has an
immediate opening for
a full time Aviation
Fueler at our JAX Int'l
Airport facility. Ex pre-
ferred but not required
S9/'nr-up b-as on
e p. + benefits .Iust
hv e vali orisers
license. HS Diploima
GED and ilexioie
aailanilii\. Candi-
dale3 must pass drug
5 creen. 10 lo ars baci-.
grouna cneck ADpi, -P
person before 02 24 at:
JAX Init'Alrporl
14700 Yonge Dr
An Equal Opportunity
Empfoyer


U r 'II-I '- l


CARPENTER
FRAMING EXP W'side.
Argyle, Macclenney &
OP areas Tools &
transp. a must 759-2875












* Paid health benefits
SPaid holiday, vacations




* Paid IRA w/3% match
SBenefit40 hrs+ wk
Year round dork
2 yeCompany t-shirtsh:
Signon bonus

Sb Crews althso benefitseded
*40 hrs+ wk
SYear round Work
Com payot-shirts
Sub Crews also needed
with proper insurance
Call 904-237-2366
Carpenters
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
Health benefits
Paid Holidays
Paid vacations
S40 plus hrs/week
Company T-shirts
Quarterly Bonus
pro ram
CaT 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
DISPATCHER/OFFICE
Will train,
Apply in person
9020 Cocoa Ave
DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX. EOE
Ma llaiT,ml: il,[ r,.V;'.: g [ r.
Needed (for Jackson-
ville south area) Resi-
dential homes. Need
knowledge of sewer
and water installation
and knowledge and/or
experience with a
snake for the drain and
PVC/CPVC pipes. Great
gay and benefits. Must
ave own truck & tools.
Call Clint for more
information @
321-377-1353 (Plumb-
ing knowledge and/or
experience would be
helpful)
ELECTRICAL ESTIMATOR
National Telecommu-
nications & Engineer-
ing services Company
MILCOM Systems Corp.
7091 Davis Creek Rd
Jax, FL 32256 Ability to
read and interpret blue
prints, successfully
prepare winning
proposal's, familiar
w/cost est process.
Min 5 years exp in Elec
commercial est. Exp
with word & MS excel.
US Gov exp a plus, Drug
test andDMV reqd.
Exc Sal, Benefits Pkg
SFax res 904-880-3109
Email: hrjax@i
milcom-systems.com
No phone calls please
EOE M/F/V/D

needed ASAP. Skilled
mechanics & journey-
men for commercial
work in Jax. Must have
tools & transportation.
Great pay & benefits.
Contact Greg Wolf @
407-46& 4236.
Quinco Electrical
ESTIMATOR
TB Landmark Con-
struction seeking esti-
mator for site Civil
projects. Must have a
Minimum of 5 years exp
in Water. 'erer. & site
development Estimai-
ing. Great ns .101K a
Incenti e pKq.
For consideration
Fa, resume to 598 0039
Drug Free EOE
INSULATORS
For ,n to% n project5
Pipe. duc .' eauip exp.
req'a Immeaiatle ork
on current proie.ts
Need dependable tran5
Drug Free 7306707


710 Industrial/
Trades

LOG SCALER/ANALYST
Prefer 2-year degree
with Forestry or Busi-
ness Management. We
are an EECC, Drug free
work lace. 401K,
health/dental/life
Insurance, paid holi-
days/vacations. Apply
at Gilman Building
Products, 66.40 CR 218,
Maxville. FL or fax
resume (904) 289.7736.
,PAINTERS
Experience needed.
Tools & transportation
a must.
Call Jim 904607.2933

PAINTERS
with experience Own
tools & transportation,
Call 334-3451
PAINTERS
with Comm'] & resd'I
exp, tools & transp.
632-0500 DFWP
PAINTERS with experi-
ence FT/ New con-
struction. Call
904- 838- 2767; 259- 7931

PRESS PERSON- small
offset with T-Head exp.
reqd. For Jax printing
company. FT & ben-
efits, 739-0504
SCAFFOLD BUILDERS &
DRIVERS- Exp prefd,
but will train with
license. Mike Stites.
904- 509.3075
SWIMMING POOL TECH-
Exp preferred. Good
Driv rec 8647 Old
Orange Park Rd. 32073
Call 269-7277
WATER-PROOFING
CONTRACTOR
Hiring skilled profes-
sional superintendent
foreman/ mechanics
and labors, Must have
tools and trans.
396-4383

711 Marine
7 1 Trade

HORNBECK OFFSHORE
OPERATORS LLC
Hornbeck Offshore, a
leader in the Marine
Industry and an
"employer of choice" Is
recruiting qualified
candidates for posi-
tions in our offshore
service vessel opera-
tions. All positions
needed with emphasis
on:
Engineers
Must hold atleast a DDE
4000, STCW required.
Experience with off-
shore supply vessels
preferred.
OMED/Oilers
Must posses a
QMED/Oller endorse-
ment and have com-
pleted STCW require-
ments.
We offer an opportunity
to work on state of the
art vessels, earn top
pay and enjoy the best
benefits available in
the industry. If you are
interested in a career
with training opportu-
nities, forward your
resume via fax to
(985) 727.3788 or email
jobs@hornbeckoffshore.com
See our website at
www.hornbeckoffshore.com
EOE F/M VNEHV

712 Mechanic
AUTO ELEC REBUILDER-
& FLAT RATE MECH-
experienced Very gd
pay for right persons
Viking Auto 4521 Sun-
beam Rd 731-5065
AUTO MECHANIC
BUSYII GEN REPAIR SHOP
$20- 25 FR HR,5' %DAYS
ASAP ALL PRO 535.3017

1 2 ,e3r exp rience
Orrange Pk Ioc.riun.
competitive nrly rate -
c mmi a. i n. Call
215 0212

AUTO TECH
Needed ZBusy locations
5 days.qreat pay & bnfts
DFWP. Regency 64 44000
Mandarin 260-3438.


712 Mechanic

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

Management/
715 Professional

Immediate Openings
for an Environmental
Coordinator and an
Administrative/HR
Assistant at thE Fed-
eraL Law Enforce-
ment Training Center
in Brunswick, GA.
(FLETC).

Environmental
Coordinator
Responsibilities
include: Environ-
Employee Health and
Safety Requirements
include knowledge of
Environmentally
preferable products
identification and
Disposal of Hazard-
ous Wastes -
www.greenseal.org

Administrative/
HR Assistant
Responsibilities
include: Plan, sched-
ule and organize all
services; Supervise
and direct the
activities of employ-
ees; Budgeting and
P&L Requirements
include knowledge of:
Efficient and effec-
tive custodial tech-
niques; MS Office
programs
Executive
Housekeeper
Responsibilities
include: Oversee day
to day operations of
housekeeping staff
Requirements
include: high school
diploma or equivalent
All positions require
2 5 years related
experience, a degree
is preferred; Strong
verbal and written
communication skills,
must pass a high
security background
check.
Emal your resume to
bddm15@yahoo.com.

Kelly Educational
Staffing See our ad
under Management/
Professional (715).
Call 245-7555.
New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610

Biding Redi-Mix Plants
Exc pay &benefits.
Fax to 904-482-0725 or
email ktaylor@trinity-
materials.comrn
I IM lit Ii 1rR i -I'W i-I .,141 .
Minimum 5 years expe-
rience In purchasing
construction materials
for Redi-Mix company.
Excellent pay & benefits.
Please submit resume to
ktaylor@trinitymateri-
als.com or fax to
904-482-0725
TEACHER/
BEHAVIOR ANALYST
Needed for private
school for children
w/Autism. Bachelor
Degree req. Fax 744-3443
or email resume to:
jerichosgbellsouth.net

720 Medical


& RN Cath I1 tech
.RCl- p & several
yeari evo. IiT..-Teae'at[i.
nriedea for p.uE[ m1a
Heart Center & Out
Patient Free S[ardinq
C3rdl5C Cjth Lab in
Piiatla FL. Excrlienm
COmpir,.atlin .. oen,
itlll for outh pOil[I,'.Pa
pl6ea-e f a3 r -surne
904 461 7247


720 Medical

FRONT/BACK OFFICE -
positions available.
Exp required. Please
fax resume to:
904-384-3613


723 Dental

DENTAL ASST.
O.P. gen'l Dentist EDA.
Exp. req'd. Full Time,
exc pay & bnfts
Fax resume 904-215-0071

HYGIENIST
Modern Ofc. computer
exp. Baymeadows area
Call 448-9669 or
Fax 448-9560


725 Offiice/
I M3Mx [Clerical

Detail oriented, Con-
struction Industry
Preferred.
Excellent Benefits.
Please fax to
904-482-0725 or e-mail
to ktaylor trinityma-
terials.com

RECEPTIONIST-Fo3r Jar
Law firm w mho can
mulli-task. Fax resume
954-967-8577 or errmail
IrtqderC.jiconro lsiblritfr3 l:..m




SUBSTITUTE
TEACHERS
ROCK!!


BE ONE!!

SUBSTITUTE
TEACHERS
are the real deal
when a teacher
needs to be out
of the class-
room. Kelly is
immediately
hiring substi-
tute teachers
for Duval
County Public
Schools. No
experience
required.
Classroom
management
instruction
provided.
Choose the days
of the week you
work and how
often. Perfect
for parents,
people in job
transition,
military per-
sonnel, retirees
and anyone
interested in a
career in edu-
cation. 60 credit
hours of college
required.

Apply in person
M-F between
9am-3pm at:
4168 Southpoint
Parkway. Suite
201

Kelly
Educational
Staffing


Professional/
730 Personal
Services

BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'ies. Top
wages, bonuses. bnfts.
Clientele provided.
SUPERCUTS
Orange Pk 272-5115
W'side 786- 3547
Jax Beach 273-2888
Regency 723-3713;
Atlantic/Kernan 565- 2210
Mandarin 268- 3007
C Restaurants/
735 Hotels

* DANCERS *
NEW HIRING BONUS
Cooks, Waltstaff
and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Biggest showbars in Jax!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
CROSSROADS SHOWBAR
247-4322
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

GATORS DOCKSIDE
now staffing cooks,
servers, hostesses &
Bartenders
Apply within 103rd Street
& Baymeadows

745 Sales

MANAGER TRAINEE
Gr-I ,t Ceri r,t BE.-.nus.
87- .S u 741
QUALITY HOMES
In Middelburg Has a
Rare Opportunity for
Exp Mobile Home Sales
Person. Opportunity to
Make $75,000 + a Year,
401(k), Health Benefits,
#1 Product!
PLEASE CALL TONY AT
291-3100 or 509-6258
D SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100.000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783.9598
OR CALL TODAY 783- 8385

747 Telemarketing

$18.34 HOUR -AVG. PAY
Are You Average??
Easy phone sales = $$$,
Fun, Food & Money.
No weekends or nights
paid train. Call 421-4427

753 Security
ATM ARMORED
DRIVER/MESSENGER
Premium Armored
Services has immediate
Armored Transporters
in the Jacksonville area.
We provide a history of
growth and a stable
environment for our
employees.
Qualifications:
- Min. 21 years old
>- ATM Exp. pref'd
D & G Firearms Lic. prefd
- Valid Drivers License/
good driving record.
Great benefits incl.
Med/Dent / Life Ins.
401K, Paid time off.
Overtime paid after 40
hrs. Must pass exten-
sive bkgrnd. Uniforms
provided.
If you would like to join
an industry leader
please submit resumes
oll Free 877-216-0159,
PH: 888- 336&2756 X6768
hrynearson@efmnark.com
Work TPC, NCAA
Tournament Get PaldI
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

AV TECH
FTAppl, ir. c-erc.n a1
PRMPRC-DC TI-N5
1819 King, Ae
Q66 8179 EOE DFWP
CASHIERS & MANAGERS
ior 92 1F P WJXR O'er
I v.,ith Car We train'
FT & PT24 59 2J36 EE


755 Miscellaneous

FLOOR STRIPPING
$9/hr with advance-
ment oppty's. FT night
work. Will train. Must
have vehicle. 880-5436


Needed to work at local
Retail stores. No exp.
req'd. training provided.
UP TO $16/HRS
Immediate openings
FT/PT. 1-800-695-7012
VET TECH/RECEPT-
Orange Park office, PT
Wed-Fri. Experience
required Fax resume to
904- 998-8705


760 Part-Time

Kelly Educational
Staffing See our ad
under Managemnent/
Professional (715).
Call 24S-7555.

8 Child
830 Care

HOME DAYCARE
LOCATED OFF
OF 9A. ALTA DR.
LICENSED, BILINGUAL
OPEN 6-:45a 5:30p.
TAKING AGES 13-26 MO,
MONIQUE 3@751- 0927
Licensed Child
Care Infant to
I Toddler Conve-
niently located
across from NAS Jax
Hablo Espanol
Call Ana 573-0879
4 Licensed Child
Care Infant to tod-
XI. dler conveniently
located across
from NAS Jax. Hablo
Espanol. Call Ana
573.0879

876 Painting/
90Ac Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small,
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509.6242

894 Massage

V AMBIANCE SALON 4
Surprise your Valentine w/a
Couples/Doubles Massage
In/out all areas MM16389
7 days o p t 272-9115







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


902 Appliances

22.0 CF Gibson
/ Fridge Freezer,
S beige in good con-
ditioni great for
second rerigerator,
$75.00 317 0680



.^ MAYTAG
WASHER DRYER
-| uper 2: pac.i t
S'2..r3 $25'5278 6007


902 Appliances
Maytag Washer
Splus heavy duty
250.00 Whirlpool
Dryer heavy duty
large capacity $125.00
or $300.00 for both
215-2062
W/D -Hotpoint, $150 for
both or $90 each. Exc
cond. runs great,
868-0701
SWasher and Dryer.
SGreat condition,
| $ 150 for both.
Call 904-277-3432
& Whirlpool stack-
able washer &
V|dryer. Excellent
shape. Can deliver
$450.00 OBO Call
,994-0100

9Q05 Articles
965 For Sale

4 A/C WINDOW UNIT
SFRIDGIDAIRE FROM
SEARS, 1 YR OLD $150.
STROLLER EDDIE
BAUER, GOOD CONDITION,
$40,641.5059
Aluminum dia-
mond plate lock-
i ing utility/storage
S box for small to
medium p/us, excel-
lent condition, $95 obo,
912-882-1052
4, BLACK FIBERGLASS
COVER FOR 1994,
S PRESENT FULL SIZE,
DODGE RAM,
PICKUP, LW.B, $600,
912- 882-1374/912- 674 3594
Boys Bike, $18.00,
T Nintendo 64 Sys-
Stem w/five games,
$35.00, stroller,
$10.00, call Inger
476-5791
BOYS BMX BIKES
(2), 20 inch tires,
l foot pegs good
shape, $60.00 for
both, 620 9387
BRASS INLAY, ROCK-
ING CHAIRS & DROP
LEAF, SECRETARIAL
DESK, $800 OBO,
912-882.1374
4, Bronze Kenco
Windows 13 ea
S3648 2ea 26x48
rollout with
screens 2ea doors
284-0536 Lou $500 OBO
SDrill Press Crafts-
man 6hp, 16gal
1 shop vac, 2 elect,
hot Water heaters,
30 gal. new gerber toi-
let, 246-4461
ELECTRIC EDGER
BLACK & DECKER
ULKE NEW $40.00
223-8553
FISH TANK 75 gal.
$180 couch and
,Ilove seat, $200, golf
Club set R/H top-
flight irons, $200.
Call 269.2192
4 FOR SALE
e dresser $50, foos-
\f ball table $50,
.Camero wheel rims
$50 or BO Call JOn
859-1724.
4, Helium Tank 4ft,
Sin. with Ballon
adapter, $100
912.57-7175, will
Deliver if needed
SHOT TUB FOR SALE
S$1000, obo. New
Plumbing, you
pick- up & haul
away for details call
Melissa, 904-434-7418
SKerosene Heater,
S22,300BTU, new in
[ uox, never lit, new
Price, $140, sell for
$85, 904- 269-2152
Kinko (15) Win-
SdoWs, & (2) Doors,
| bronze color, all
S have screens, all
for $500 obo, Lou,
284-0536
4, LADIES LEATHER
Q ,coat &handbag
|size 12, $75, suede
jacket sz 13, $50,
girl's sz 10 jean bou-
tique jacket, $20.
904-384,-7809
LARCE OCATAGON
/ BIRD CAGE, 6FT. TALL
WHITE. GREAT CONDI-
nION. TOM 276 4264.
$200. OBO
L. weather Man's
Jacket size 36
L SS5 50'E Lad.e-
SLeather Co3t.
matcning handoag
SJI0.00. E .oensive Girls
Winter je-an 13ckel ize
I0 34_.809


905 Articles
For Sale

4, LEFT BEHIND SERIES,
SET OF TWELVE BOOKS,
< EXCELLENT CONDITION,
7 HARDBACK, 5 SOFT-
BACK, $35, 904 781- 7076
4 MARBLES, 25 YEAR
COLLECTION, APPROX
1850, NEVER GONE
S THROUGH, SOLD AS
LOT ONLY, $100 904- 781.7076
POOL TABLE 3X 7,
SSLATE TOP W/ACCE-
SSORIES, BALL RETURN,
GOOD CONDITION,
MOVING, MUST SELL, $450
OBO, 375-0309/476- 7337
Seen Comforter Set.
/ Jewel tones, custom
Made. Cornice boards.
All for $65.00 Call
before 8pm please 269-1478
4, SLEEPER SOFA HUNTER
GREEN SEALY POS-
l TURE MATTRESS, $180,
DRAGONFLY REMOTE
CONTROL CAR, FLIPS TURNS
TOUGH, $40, 641- 5059
& TRANSPORT WHEEL-
SCHAIR, ONLY WEIGHS
1 18 LBS, FOLDS LIKE
LAWN CHAIR, EXCEL-
LENT CONDITION,
$40,904-781-7076
4 Treadmill $100.00,
Mig-welder
<[ $125.00, 4x6 trailer
$300.00, Riding
lawnmnower $300.00,
Shopsmith $350.00,1997
Chevy Pickup $5500.00
904-272- 7352
A to Z You can save
up to 90% on every-
thing nowl 358-2265
or 259-2292

920 Business/
Office

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

92) Collectables
92 & Jewelry
SCOACH like new
handbags, soho denim,
4 I f stripe hobo, w/tags,
$85, suede and leather,
hippie flaps, $85- $99,
714,1995
COLD FEET, 1/3 CARET
| gold solltare diamond,
SI never won, paid,
$700, asking $500,
call 491-7996
4, VALENTINE'S DAY
Jewelry. Ross- Simons
diamond, drop ear-
rings, $140, .25ctdia-
mon dandeller, pendant,
$125, more, call 714-1995

928 Electronics

a. JL AUDIO 500
S amplifier w/ 2
k I f kicker competition
UR 12.5 soeakers,
In 28"x13.5" box, new
$750, now $400
Thunder 5500
(| 2) speakers, (2)
Ilf MTX 404,400 watt
box, bt-cap,
$700 firm, 337-4932
STV 61" HDTV JVC
NHD- ILA Wide-
S screen, retails for
$4699.95, sale
$3000.6 mo old,
904-641-5059

945 Garage
Sales

ATLANTIC BCH
S Sat. 2/18, tools,
furn, hsehold, 2195
Cypress Landing
Drive, Cypress Cove,
before off- base housing
4 HUGE GARAGE
SALE@ OAKLEAF
4.1 PLANTATION.
'Stonebrier subdi-
vision, 3007 Thomcrest
bdrm, dinrm set, furni-
ture and much more
Sat. 11 Feb 06'
HUGE MOVING SALEI
S SATURDAY' 8-3PM
|ASHLEY WOODS. 12409
CLIFFROSETRL
Horthside San Mateo
Full House Sale, Furn.
Inens. kitcr en ntemn
247 R.o RO. Sar o J nl,
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
Tr= Sac3 5un nave
Your Garage Sale iat
Tn, Marker Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA


950 Garden/
Lawn

4 Murray 20" 4hp
push mower, rear
S bag w/ 14" rear
S wheels. 3 yrs.,
$50, 278-6007

Q9 5 Household
Furniture

5 yr old 6 pc, dnrm
Asset, glass table top
tIl sts atop of a
Wrought Iron base
w/ marble In lay &
scrolled legs, $650 for
the set, 997-8731, will
email pictures
Bassett Bedroom
/ Set-Cherry wood
poster bed, high-
boy,dresser
w/mirror & night stand
$900 904- 374- 8899
Bassett Dining
room set-Cherry
_1L wood table w/leaf
& china cabinet
$900904-374-8899
4 BASSINETTE. STILL IN
S BOX. PORTABLE/
TRAVEL (FOLDS). PRE-
CIOUS MOMENTS.
LIGHT BLUE/YELLOW.
INCLUDES CANOPY,
MATRESS, SHEET, $40.
278-1952
BED $140 Qn Pillow Top
set, New inplastic
w/warranty. 858-9350
BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395.Can deliver 858- 9350
BEDA Brand Name. Full
set $115. New w/warr.
In plastic. Call 391-0015
BED A Brand Name
$170 KING
NEW with warranty
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED A Brand Name
$100 QUEEN
NEW, with warranty
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Brand Name. Kg PT
mattress $249. New, w/
warr. Can del. 398-5200
BED -full Palomino exc
cond storage area,
bookshelf, $360 like
new 221-7789
BED-Qn. Select Com-
fort, dual control, $350
241-7100

FBedroom 4Pc Set s2
4 Drawer Chests Frm$68
Sofas & Chair 298
25" ColorTV's From 99
3 Rm1BPc Condo Pkg $998
2 Piece Queen Bed $129
CORT CLEARANCE I

(904 -9000 |
4. Classic Sofa
signature collec-
|tion by Levitz, blue
912- 576 7175,
Hunter Green.
Barley used, excellent,
condition, $180,
deliver if needed
Couch & love seat,
Pastel colors good
,!condition asking
$240 OBO-Trans-
fered Call 291-2388 or
cell 864-1515
SCrib with Mattress
& Accessories,
L | Graco, 3- n.1 sleep
system, excellent
condition, $125 obo,
912 882-1052
DINING ROOM SET,
med. oak finish, rect-
angular tble 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
DR TBL w/leaf, 6chrs, &
china cab. $1500; Glass
top kit. tbi w/4chrs.
$200; 904-415-1779
SGRACO CAR
SSEATS(3), like new,
S, S25 each,
9U12 729 2630
LITTLE TIKES SWING
SET. VARIETY CLIMBER.
S125, CALL 504 8430
LOVE SEAT, light
S blue plaid country,
SI excellent condi-
tion S250, Queen
sleeper sofa burgandy,
blue, green, plaid,
excellent $325


Support











ilitarv Nei


Your


wspaper.


- ~ ~<


1.. -


To place an ad, call 904-359-4336,




Fax 904-366-6230.


iirNews

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


: 1*) i '


kh,
TV


it





Jax AIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


JI


...
-... I.
1.: ~ i S


Ti* othy Lanin


Condominiums starting at $7 10,000!1
* Gated community with private pool
* Conveniently located on Blanding Blvd.
near 1-295 and only 5 miles from NAS
* Surrounded by an abundance of trees
* Homes ready for move-in NOW!


Townhomes starting at $134,000!
* Three spacious floorplans to choose from
Homes available for immediate occupancy!


ilI


From 1-295 take Blanding Boulevard north approx.
2.5 miles to Natures Hideaway on the left.
90 -7,8F3 e' 30
p^"{ l R ^ '' ,^e -s s'''% S ^ ^ K '

eb e R u n,. ^ (i> ..- ^'a t


,M IH


IIIIAE 14


* 2 or 3 bedrooms with garages
MaVn Community swimming pool


1-295 to 103rd St, West on 103rd to Ricker Road,
North on Ricker Rd. to Timothys Landing on left.
904 854-71 01


II!kl


IIl/


I.


I


MPlH


1HIIII


0*


K.


7F~'


I ,


s: -


: '.9


Condominiums
arting at $07,000!
* Three decorated models!
* BEST value on the Westside!
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located on
103rd St. just west of 1-295
From 1-295 take 103rd St. to Timber Run on
the right. Visit Timothys Landing for details.
., ) ., 4 .. ,.,, ,i .


Now Pre-Sellingl
Cozy, intimate community
Peaceful country setting
Conveniently located off
Lane Ave. near I-10
I-10 to Lane Avenue. South on Lane Ave. to
Manotak Ave. Right on Manotak Ave. to Sallie Ave.
f. Left on Sallie Ave. to Manotak Oaks on the left.

904-7i3-865


~v~'h~ ~


1'


!jJi __/jJ Active members of the U.S. Military
presenting this coupon will receive
a FREE gas card worth $200 at the
closing of their home!

For info on upcoming communities
please call 866-330-4932


MODEL HOMES OPEN


12-5 Sun.


DnR HORION'


g4,


NYSE


.. *-.j1


Sales prices and availability are subject to changewithout notice. Please see your New Home Consultant for details. No down payment is for 100% financing available to qualified buyers. Closing costs and prepaids paid by builder
subject to maximum amount of allowable seller's contribution by specific loan program when using DHI Mortgage. Binder deposit required at contract. Offer is for homes closed no later than 3/25/06. 2006 D.-RHorton, Inc. CBC058997
ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS,
MAKF RFFFRFNCE TO THF DOCUMENTS RFOIIIRFD) RY SECTION 718.503. FLORIDA STATUTES. TO' BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE.


Natures Hideaway


MantakOak


i?~L1 ~nr~


C02780


AM 0 e
LOndomilmums
starting at $105,000.1,









Household
V55 Furniture
SMATTRESS SET (2) $75,
ONE SET AND $50 FOR
OTHER SET, 276-7944
4 MOVING MUST SELL
.I Queen u, beautiful
bed, footboard, head-
w board, night stand,
dresser, mirrow, mattress,
boxspring asking
$775,491-7996
OAK DINING TABLE W/
42 2 CHAIRS ROUND 42A
DIAMETER, PEDESTAL
STYLE, 30IG*H,
EXCEuLENT CONDITION, $80
904.781-.7076
L POTTERY BDARN
TABLES Sofa table
S& cocktailtable
wood & wrought
i ron 3 yrs old in good
consltion, $450 for both
Swill emal pictures.
home 997-8731
", RECULINER DARK BLUE,

$350,260-2086
SOUD OAK BDRM
S SUITE dresser, 3
t fold mirror, chest,
no bed, $50. xe
lent condtlon 266-1291
St STORAGE TOWER
SHolds 600 CD'S or
230 DVD'S, or 110
VHS tapes, lock-
"able, casters, like new.
S $75268,-2482
wash Oak Queen
bed set, Dresser
mirror chest night
e stands excellent
Condition $475 OBO-
Movin Sale 291-2388
cell 864-1515
4 Water Bed with
i frame and head
.*boards, solid wash
- oak wood. Asking
$80.00 291-2388 or Cel
864-1515
Asain Furniture. Full
S living and dining.
SBougt for $120.
-. Selling for $3000. Great
.. Cond. Must transport
SDetails: 912-882-4076
S. Musical
970 Merchandise/
K -1Services
S, Kimball Console
P Piano, good con-


OV Goods
u, ReBOWeLEX XLT
S w/ lat pull down,
- like new $200,
912-674"2987
S-'4 Bowflex XTL w/ leg
,1 extension, retails,
VLJ $t1100, good con-
' dIlon, asking $700.
-Call 786 4406 Anytime
bea, Bun and Tight
1 Rocker by ake
l vldoe&books,
ho"P' $100, call
642-0781/861.7983




Pets and
Animals
-u0 5 Livestock &
SSupplies
4:910 Pets and Supplies


Ai m Pets &
10A1 Supplies

wh Adorable kittens &
SI catsL rescued &
| f wanting forever
Some, need lap to
Scuddle, various ages,
colors 813-9536 or
287-5909
c Amlerican Eskimo Pups
'nKC, 1st shots, 2 M $350
-,Tifton, GA 229.556-9406
<'", BASSET HOUND
I Free to good home,
S21 mo, Inl spayed,
2 very friendly,
912 5S2.0302
S house broken
S-BASSET HOUND PUPS
AKC, M/F. Tri-Clr, FL HC,
1Qwks, $400.904-259-8299
BEAGLES 5M, S/W. lowks
'very playful. $150ea.
S904-879-1106
- BULL DOG HYBRIDS
Born 12/27, taking dep.
S$200-$40. 904-8240554
CHIHUAHUA PUPS -AKC,
'. 9wks Seeks Adventure
- Confident, loving &
raised Indrs, 3.41bs fully
, -grown. 912-7703245
CHIHUAHUAS beautiful
- short & long hair. S/W,
$450. 2 adult males $100,
- cash only Call 757-8567
'COCKER SPANIEL PUPSI
CKC, HC, $350, Ready
S"3/6/06. 904-718-2884
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPS
- AKC, cute & wrinkly $1500
?- up. Call 912-449.4398
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
AKC Champion Sired
' www.firstcoastbullles.com
S (912)222-3701
4 -S. German Shepard
lPupples CKC reg.S&W
SPOP. Lrg bonedmales
& females,veryplay-
Sful & healthy $350. cash.
CAII 406-0060
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
Pure-bred, 6 week old,
Sale $500, female $550.
* Mimi 651-2797
Golden Retrievers AKC
' beautiful puppies, M/F
S$425. 904-249-3696
Italian Greyhounds 2
Fern 2 yrs old AKC Very
sweet $400ea 291-6859
LXB PUPS-Swks, 1st
, Shots & wormed. POP.
, $250ea. 904-879-4312
- LAB PUPS AKC, Eng. blk
, heads. Choc. & cream,
$550. 850-971-5322
LABS, AKC, S/W, AvI 4/5
SAll colors, POP, $400
-904-259-9763/424-4752
Lhasa Apso Pups AKC
Cuddly teddy bears
$400-$500 904-461-3459
Mn Pin AKC red, female,
10 wks old, shots, H/C
Call 619-5647, 813-5522
OLD BULL DOGS CKC, HC,
$250dp. Total $650, Rdy
April. 904-333-1139
PIT BULL PUPS/BLUE
ADBA Fine bloodline.
beautiful markings,
3 liters. Look at the rest
'gdo w/the best. 635-3310
> PIT BULL PUPS/Gray
.nose, ADBA, POP, S/W
PIT BULL PUPS ADBA reg.
Colby & Carver blood
lines, 904-268-8653
PIT BULL PUPS-ADBA,
AADR, Cowboy,
,Nigerino, Outlaw, Chi-
n amenn bloodlines $600
912.266-7001
POM Pups 8wks CKC H/C
2m/2f POP $550 Cuddly
904-262.1366/514 5615
Rottweiler AKC puppies
5F 3M $500. $600
912-729.6887
-Rottweiler Pups weeks
2M/1F, HC, CKC,
$350. 563-5655
Shlh Tzu AKC puppies,
HC, POP, 3M's. $500.
904-655.0814, 635.8593
149 Shih Tzu Peking-
..I ese mix 8 month
\lold male, all shots
$300.00 472-1446
Westle Pups 3M/2F born
2/6/06 $500. Savannah
Ga. Call912-826.5988


S 1230 s '0s 1310 Auto Parrts
Supplies
WINNEBAGO ADVEN- .T.20o2 parts: rear
TURER 35' -'00, 22k mi, |chrome bumper
dbl slide, Ford B10, Auto $250. Tailgate
level syst, CH&A, heat bumper $25. Front/rear
rrn. -nmrtat ion pump, 272-6949 springs & sway bar.
Avation $ H 904-287-4387
Aviation CASH PAIDhevy Silerado
12M6Boats RVs, MHs, TTs 545-8303 / 2002 stock alumi-
1210Sailboats t-D num wheels and
SBoatDockage& 00 Motorcycle goodyear tires with
IM Marine Equipment $250.00. 904-287-4387
and Supplies 2000 ZX-6R, ERIC or 904-3824645.
1230 RV's and Supplies BOSTROM EDTON 4 CRAFTSMAN drill
WI5 RV Rentals k NINJA, HUGER. I press $150.2 new
1235RVRenlals UNDERTAIL, HELMET, 1300Motorcycles/Mini REPLICA, JACKET, GLOVES, 2 4 water heaters, 30
Bikes PAIRS, ASKING, $4500, &4 ga. $100/$125,
13M Auto Brokers DARREN 422.1476 246 4461
1310 Auto Parts a 2005 Harley GMC RIMS 4,16 inch,
1315 Auto Rent/Lease / Sportster. Custom new aluminum alloy
1320 Antiques/Classics 883. White, tons of tires included. $1600.
1325 Automobiles / chrome! Bags. Call 904,614-4557
13355$2000 or Less $3500 worth of acces-
1340Tucks/Trailers/ sores. $8500 O.B.O. JEEP WRANGLER
30 693-4985. 542-4127. HARDTOP, 03.06,
SUVns xanyas@bellsouth.net t ORIGINAL EQUIPT-
1348 Vans/Buses MENT, NEVER USED.
1350 Misc. Auto ARCTIC CAT 2004, DEALER PRICE, $1900, SELL
SAutos/ Cks Dux 40 p0rt FOR $1200.382-5994
uad, identical to
Wanted LTZ 400, awesome, a PCS Move-Argyle
super clean, super fast, home, 3/2, Irge lot,
tons modas, f I ip, frnch doors,
1205 Boats $4K 912-674 0617 marble tub tiled
BUELL XBLAR 1203 screen porch, $178,500,
BCC, 3900 ml 1 03 call 904771-9679
$ CASH PAID great shapewar- RFGoodrich
Boats or Yachts 54s5833 7.rat a r call o20515 tc 2
757-.811 after 5pm J for sale, almost
1.8' RENKIN BOWRIDER HARLEY DAVIDSON new,drove approx
'86 New top, depth DV600 mi. They are 65000
finder, CB great boat Fatboy 2001 exc condo mi warranty. Asking $35
needs carb. 1st $1200 low m $15,000 firm. eachCall 904803.4287
904-213-8982/298-7342 Call 759-7744 Spare tire and wheel.
S BONITO 100 HPRLEY DAVDSON 17/8014,5 ug hole.
J1ohnsTon 1979, P i 04', NIghtTraln, less X For Volvo. Never used.
Si lnI ,all ri than 5k males, k $65.00 268- 2482
seeI onHulh2$1 -0,callor garage kept, $1SK,
Ssee on It, 241 0627 call ck, 904771 9743 VW Beetle parts,
17' Bowrider, 76', 88 Harley Davidson 2002 rn e gl fenders, ssrts
SHP Johnson, excel Softall Standard. Under eng fendothersmistruts,
river boat, fish 4,000 miles. Perfect and other m7811532sc
k finder, VHF radio, condition. Call 696-9719 -call 7811-132
single axle trailer, pr- orcell# 557-8736 a Wheels tires GM
fe Running conditIon six lug, aluminum
$1800 obo, 904 783. 1783 4 HARLEY. DAVIDSON wheelsP2757016
Vo1200,SL0t w heel P275 70 16
S0I 1, 1200 Sportster, Goodyear Esales
7ft. ILydrostream 8915 m black with only16k ml onset $250
S Vetor Johnson. Ledn strU e 287-4387 or 382-4645
t galvanized trailer. new. Windshield H.D.
$1600. 384-789 yna seat w/ bck rest, 1320 Antiques/
rear pegs, engine 13.20r Classics
17' Regal '99, 135HP guards& uggage rack,s-
Bowrider w/trlr, $6,500. $7500, 9046 106062 m
772-1450 H HD BLACK ROAD- fire truck newp oant,
17. Regal '99,135HP, cond$5000 743 0111
7Bowrd,lw/trlr. $6,500. many extras. 06 Irec Z28 Camaro
772-1450 garage kept, Fin. avail., 1985 New Engine
S 185' YIamaha $14,00, 282.-4094 J and paint Excel-
lent interior T-top
STriton TR186 150 HD ELECTRIC GLIDE Mustsee $4000 Call
SHP.2000. Fuly TOURING ULTRA '03 221-1182 or 553-3629
a Loaded 14,800 OBO. Annv. Ed. fuel injection
(904) 779-4923. 5spd 88 en, intercom, 4 VOLKSWAGON
radio and CD player, CB Beetle: replaced
18' 2003 HYDRA SPORT radio blue/ silver, I|) transmission,
180cc 115 HP Yamaha, $18.500. Call 641-1261 rebuilt carborator,
93 hours on engine, complete brakejob,
PREMIUM PACKAGE HD Fatboy '03 rebuilt transaxle, runs
Bimini top, center 3500Miles, V&H exhaust great,$2300
console, depth finder, Thunderstar mags, sil- 904288-8270
Front and rear cooler ver & black, 7 yr. war-
seats, 55 gal fuel tank. ranty, gar. kept $18k.
32 gallon bait well, 291-3236 1325 Automotive
fishing tackle and rod 1 Autro a98-02
storage. Swim plat- NO DFLHTC ULTRA
form, front and rear Cl | assic 1990 5Ho
seat cushions. Iti Shadow 500,
Absolute Pristine Con- '"ai ied77Km, m i great condition,
ditlon. Kept In dry In must see, $10K 1 6k, original miles.
storage $15,900. Has 2 904 3228239 Garaged $1200 obo,
year warranty. 686042 HD HER. class. 100th Aniv. 912.46 0424/729 7242,
S230 SL Limited Chris blk, 900m. ext war. 8/08 please leave msg
t Craft, 1984 Alum tan- $16.5K 213.7682591-2835 J ACURA RSX '05
'I dem,traller 1999, plus HD PANHEAD 74CI 1948 I 17kmi, charcoal
B extras, nadfavg, retail Runs grt Owned 29yrs B lmetalic. sunroof,
$9300, sell $7495,282-7786 $16,500firm.386-623-5016 CD, AC, still under
A manu. warranty,
S16 FT JON BOAT 75 A HONDA REBEL 04', excellent condition,
SHP EVINRUDE TILT, 4700k miles, $19,500 obo. 910-0480
I > TRIM TRAILER lJ excellent cond,
TROLLING MOTOR. great starter bike, n ACURA TL '02
LIVE WELL. 4 L.EATS. $2300 obo, 262 6065 .P E0.ir3 Lo. Miles
S2500 OBO. 74-1- Honda Shadow 1997 $17.640
S28H.BAYLINER 1, A 1.' u-- c .r LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE
1 3 / CONTESSA. cabin ~.e ft.nr ,e. 998-0012
S|lcruiser, 1987 sleeps p alued mllm ..r I r,,
6, llgalley C :.. l ACURA TL 04
head. Needs engine l ..)-i Extr.a ih,rv mil-s.
work, otherwise, great $ 1..40
condition. S4 NINJA ZX6R 6362003. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
912 510 7785 BLUE SILVER. MIN LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SLA CONDITION, 2300 998-0012
FORD 250 CREW CAB MILES, NEVER DOWN. -.
S01', 7.3 L POWER GARAGE KEPT. MiCRON ACURA TSX -04
ktl1HP STROKECD,TOWING |XHUAST. SSW. NIMO: Leaiher. CD. sun
KG,.70K MILES. $21.300 904 107 4fl5 r-:-or. 'Pile $19.95
912 576 302 4 VisIon 250R Cho p- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S d or E am 3 V19 er Cruiser 2005 998-0012
0 -L c hen 100) m,
or ohnson PL17 FT Ha n d a ic oACURATSXl'04
ISHPNoTilL-Trim 03. d e vc hr ,,me Leather. sunrooc.
Galvanized Trailer ,ASMPHS3J00681 1733 CD.1.21.981
ES60 00 3 2 V ULCAN 2000, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
-WAVERUNNER 3,1994. aBlac. 2005. be.e[l 998-0012
700NHP. PLUS TRAILER. oags. Custom
SI& BOT'TS.grips, 1800 milEs. AUDI A4 '0- Ver, ho,. ni-
2164264 monster cKen. gucron, iu't '_. l E sl i.,nc
tveo to iurn he3ds las $32q eor mc- WAC
YAMAHAWAVERRUN- r13k.291 3227 Calln-to'. 771 98100
NER (2) 2001, GPI200
DOUBLE TRAILER. DIA- h OOS( AUDI ITQUArRO
MOND PLATED STOR- 1 onl 600 miles un'01. 225HP.titer
AGE BOXPLUS Searvle on de Ier Dck Inr. $19.995
VEST GLOVES. 12.500. pre lee Stck LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
626 5761Z276 3934 $980,3.Ou 90-2b.7.13sI
or 904-382 .4145 998-0012
WANTED Tk. ni
Bas.Motors.D trailers YAMAHA TR 90, BMW 318i '970E6c eln
A-, Conditni I 04', electric start c,.nd-ton. nee, c-rev.
-The Used Parts Pea pl= l 3-spd, no clutch, 4 !08 ,0,31)r, ile. s -v. t
WEEAKSMARINE 3871 440 stroke motor,low rpd. 6 .900 737 7S
hours, excellent cond..
S1300 obo, 912 729 739i4-3(? BMW 325i'03
Marine 3500onl,35.00nin e
1 0 Equlpents 1310 auto Parrie s LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
& Supplies 998-0012
d TROLLING MOTOR 18" Chrome Pan- 7 3 BMW 3251 '04
I ana lo hr rims & tires
.cc.untra oo2 I fj Er sale. 5x100. Wnite tar.. CD.
motor qu~de. Only 600 miles old,
.10,0.26,9 152 $1500 obo, call Cisco, 20,000 miles. $27.690
904 5344400 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
120 RIV.s & 750 Cfl Quad by. Jet 998-0012
123 SUIpplies newPitO0 ClL co.,ek o BMW 325i 06
too small form car, FULLY EQUaIPPED
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL paid 368. 904 573 4351 3,00:0 ri. $36.,:95
MANOR TRAVEL L TRLRSn e Cag o Carrier-2,)6 I, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES ,. 3 998-0012
Sales. Service. Parts I.
JD. Saroers R V Sales 1 ,MW'330C'C
Alachu. (386)1462 3039 Itv lt. c1-1- .-v, vurM CONV'04
S 1.8 0541.-6439 -.4ra i71aonl Viies.
DUTCHMAN 290, 215 6OR,16 LeNaIN-
S 2004,rexcellent NEL TOURING. 50 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
l ondiion, 4 rearMILES, 8200. 998-0012
bunks, sleeps, 8 CALLn & 1944
asking $15,900, call ( BMW 5301' 03
Derrick,912-227-1669 4 Chrome Bumper, IFull ,ouippea.
LUXURY STH WHL"-04. 'L o.ne.er lull si:e nl P0,1jO0ile:
slide a,'d, acn.ng. Jck-'up. Pern)-c
ribergls. like nea. $17k shape $250 207-4"15; or LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE
973 67.6 1126 SE. Aug 382-.64S 998-0012


1325 Automotive
BMW 7401 '01. 20K miles,
must see this one,
won't last long $21,988
Call now 771-9100
4, BUICK LeSABRE
S94'LIMITED, loaded
. |with many options,
- excellent cond.,
$3600, 771-0365
BUICK LESABRE CUST.
'03- lower, 5125mi,
Lded, new cond, must
sell do to death. Listed
new for $29K. Asking
$13,500. 904-655-0800
CADILLAC ALLANTE 89
red, hrd top/conv., very
gd cond $3900. 221.2853
: CADILLAC CTS '04
Silver, only 20,000
miles. $24,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC CTS '04
Champagne/tan.'
$22,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SCADILLAC DEVILLE
'02. Carriage top.
Beautiful! $16,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4 Cadillac ElDorado
S1 96', great cond. 20",
S a Acelli Wheels, 10
disc, a/c, pearl
white $3500 obo, below
k.k.b, 904.753.4724/
.912-882- 9527
CADILLAC SEDAN DEV-
ILLE '05. Immac. cond
fully loaded, must sell
now. $21,975.389-7700
SCADILLAC SEVILLE
SSLS-97' LOADED 95K
t MILES, GARAGED,
EXCELLENT CONDITION.
A MUST SEE, $10,200 OBO,
CREAM COLOR CALL MIKE,
904-445-8370
CADILLAC SLS '99
ivory w/Ivory leather,
$9995 Kimball Motorcars
8500 Atlantic Blvd.
722-2227
CAMERA 98'
SZ.-28, silver T-Top,
| excellent condi-
tion, $7,725 obo,
912.-729.6479
CAMRY 2005SE,4 door,
Sac/heat, cruise, tilt,
S electric win-doors
S white, gray, cloth int,
4k mi, $18500, private
904- 491.7996
Chevy Blazer 1995.
SGood Cond. Well
|cared for. $2,000.00
Call 215-2062
after 5pm
CHEVY IMPALA LS' 0 5
Low miles, 20" wheels,
must see this one.
$298/mo wac. 771-9100
CHRYSLER CONCORDE
'99 jded car, gd MPG
$5995 Kimball Motorcars
8500 Atlantic Blvd.
722-2227
Chrysler Concorde
LXI 117k miles, new
| tires, leather
sunroof, pwr
everything, asking
$3800 obo, 718-9128
Chrysler Town $
SCountry Limited
S 1999 Grey color 6cy
100800k mi. Excel-
lent Condition Retail
S31i-e 10.u000i Asking
17.700 Call 04 803 1287
DODGE NEON SE '04
E ,ciellnt cona. Carif-
linrnr.c:e .t.n $275 ao.:,n
Call "ISB. 77(0
Dodge Stratus '01, 63,000
miles, always serviced.
C-:-ia AC a [.iti. ;unroi.
n,. tires T67'0 0,b,,
C all 0D, 1- 00 1 ic..0ulTpm
,CJ. 71-.0139
Ford Freestar
/ Minivan 2004 ver'
A Clean E,.. ll- n[
S maNr.l BnRncD
reco-rd =li under D--:-.k
.- lu Ouit3nairn bu.
S I,.ury3 001 rrm 282 5452
SFord Freeilai Minivan
S 2004.. ', 2-e ,, -.,
?,, j.-.'L. u1r 1 -::. lue
i:,iji d r j .-l l,l .,- i , i il.lu'-

FORD MUSTANG
CONV. '05
In.al e rn r ,:-. Irr.r.
73 9040
CD BNDuArul AICIIORD mles
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD MUSTANG GT 0 5
NiCv .. If,.' mcle_- -e-USE
.eli a l $2cirno. WAC.
Cali ri.u. 771 qIG!Ci
4 FORD RANGER 1999
XLI. EXTENDED CAB.
S V-6. BED LINER. TOW-
ING PKG. BED COVER.
ALLOY WHEELS. AUTO-
MArIC.S7195S. 63 4002
"' FORD TAURUS 98. $S50
RUNS, SOME BODY
Sl DAMAGE. SILVER.
CONTACT KEN WARD,
220 2915 891 804
FORD TAURUS SES 0 6
*'ver, iC". .Tl-le5. must
lal rat i28o. '" v Di'
Call n-i:., 771 9100
C FORM MUSTANG LX.
T BLUE 1990, BLUE WHITE
TOP CONVERTIBLE.
,25TH ANNIVERSARY
MANUAL, 60K MILES,
SS500 OBO, GARRETT.
786 246 6747 904 294 0250
SHONDA ACCORD
EX '04 Lin. CD.
vul,nro,,i $l9.8ii0
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA PRELUDE 'a5
v,?r nmc- 1. clean fspo
J995 C all 771 -iuf0


YORKIE -1 male champ
bidline, gorgeous thick
coat, socialzed, $800.
Call 610-3743
YORKIE -1 young adult
female champbldln
6 pounds $900 610-3743


The best

bargain

in town.

For Classified
Advertising, call
904-366-6300,
or toll-free
S1-800-258-4637.


K hut


Jax r NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006 21

AutomotiveAutomotive 133.$2000 orLesTrucks / Trucks I
1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1335 $2000oress1340 Trailers 1340 Trailers /
S HONDA PRELUDE, NISSAN ALTIMA 1994, Nissan Maxima '90
S2001.60K M, SILVER, 1 4DR, EXCELLENT CON- AC, AT, good tires, great T TA
t11 SUNROOFFULLY 4| D D LA shape $2400. 568-1732 GMCZ-7 nl TOYT LAND
LOADED, CALL MIKE AT AC, GOOD TIRES, / 197K miles, pw, p1 1-I CRUISER '04
871 0363, $13,8100 READY 10 GOO100. tilt cruise,4wd, White/tan, navi-
SHONDAPRELUE2001, CALL 22 a3 TOYOTAS, FISOS spraying bedliner, i t l
a HONDA PRELUDE 2001, HONDA'S tool box, outstanding gation,beautiful $43,990
60K SUNROOF, LOADED, NISSAN ALTIMA 3 ZERO DON OWl Condition, $4000 Chrs LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
87$13,. CALL MIKFTER SE V6 I04 RIDE TODAYI 1 A UP 729-7894 998-0012
87 4 0363AFTER 3PMs5 l&t 4.' 7 CALL 545-5700 Z GMC Z71 Truck ext.
HONDA PRELUDE 2001, LEXUS OF JACKSON1.VILLE FOR FAST APPROVAL cab, leather, pwr TOYOTA RAV4 99. Very
S 60K MILES, SLIVER, 998-0012 accesorles, auto- clean, need to se llfast
CSUNROOF, FULLYto P OF JAC r, 57995 Call $99/mo.
LOADED,CALLMIKEAT a NIssan Maximum VW CABRIOLET '87 Great c09K as Ca 771-9100
870363,13 96 4-door black shape,must sell,need call 9 TOYOTA SEUOIA SR
$I11353k 5 5 e cash, priced right $1975. HONDA ELEMENT '03. 2002, GOLD, TAN
SINFNITIG M'04 p PI L cruse CD, Cal 389-7700 Outstanding condition, CLOTH, 60K MILES,
COUPE, RED/TAN AM-FM AC only loaded, priced to sell NICE, $20K OBO,
20,000 Ml $29,995 $4500.00 Call 7797718 Trucks / quick $14,775.389-7700 509-8114

NN $3995. Cal 771-9100 SUV's Only 21,000 miles. '04. LTD, TV/DVD, fully
INFINI G350 $29,995 loaded, Immac late
L COUPE '03. Auto- / PONTIAC GTO '04 CADILLAC LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $30,975. Call 389-7700
matic, beautiful. Leather, CD, 6spd, ESCALADE '03. 998-0012 TOYOTA SEQUOIA
2E 1P only 17,000 miles. Pearl white, fully JEEP WRANGLER '97 2003, V8,SR5
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $22,840 equipped. $29,995 Fun Time! $4995 /leather, dvd/
998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Kimball Motorcars r, towing
S INFINITG35 9980012 998-0012 8500 Atlantic Blvd. package 3rd row seat-
722-2227 ing, luggage rack. 92k
SCOUPE'03. Pearl SATURN L200 02 a, Chevy 4x4 2003 0 JEEP WRANGLER 94 mi19,500+225-1923
white, only 30,000 Very low miles. $8995 Fully loaded lift kit *
miles. $29,995 Call 771.9100 (|with nice rims & Red orioina88mes /7\ TOYOTATUNDRA
0 0COUPE 1996, 47,000 269-9527n elent skao p'e 23,99 u
a Iroc 7IPESEX ELLENTA3MeEk oboEXC
/ 195 ewEngi "i CONDO, SSPD, LEATHER 642-1524/327-7959 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S and paint Excel- CRUISE, 2205S09/497 2677, Chevy Blazer '01o 7l JEE WRANGLER 998-0012
ent interior T-top $250000 O Runs great, cruise j LIMITED nly 4000ota Tundra
Must see $4000 Call control, powerL MIEDO 80 0--ye d
221-1182 or 553-3629 SCION XB -'05 like new, steering power miles. $21,480 T 2001ong bed,89k
9500mi, purple, cust brakes, nelctric win- LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE mi.,3A1 Av econo.
/yIAGUARS.TYPE42 whils, AT. 6 disc cd, dows &locks, air 998-0012 v6,A/c, AM/FMcd,
\E '03. Full $15,300 287-2177 260-2645 conditioning, al new bedliner, $7500,
equipped, only SUZUKI SWIFT 2 tires. Ready to go UNCOLN NAVIGATOR 99' 904 573.0650, Ivmsg
34,000i miles.26, 0 n 8 pT2 2000, anywhereyou want. 4WD fully loaded, 136k
34,000 miles. $26,980 38mpg, 72k, auto, Asking $10,000 obo. mi, $8500, Call nreddy@ Utility trailer 2002 5x10
LEXUSOFJACKSONV LE runs great, 4k Call 772-8197 Leave a 904-838-6284 single axil, new tires.
998-0012 obo616-9361, any message Usefor awn maint

Save thousands. XLS '02 FULLY All the options+4WD PER BLACK 105. RUNS
$9998-00s A JSreF L'0 mA ROER Ol mM.es.AZDA O Y Bec Or 1 5t/ane
$39,990 EQUIPPED $15,995 $6995 Kimball Motorcars GREAT, $7100 S71-2118, 12A Vans/Bses

LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 8500 Atlantic BlvdUNNSEA62AOLCOM an
9985-0012 998-0012 722-2227 NISSAN FRONTIER '01
TOYT A CHEVY SILVERADO 'OS 4dr, very clean, low DODGE GR. CARAVAN SE
JAGUAR X-TYPE. TOYOTA AVALON XLS Excellent cond, priced miles, need to sale fast. '97 Chrome whis 7
3.0 SEDAN LEASE Ol. Low miles, need to for immed. sale. $14,975. Call now. $210/mo. Pass. All pwr AC body,
$4795,25 months, sale fast, call now Call 389-7700 WAC. Call 771-9100 paint Interior perfect
S black leather, $13,288. Call 771-9100 IAN PTH cond. $3800obo 221-2853
navigation, CD, keyless tt Dodge Durango 03'
memory, seatwood TOYOTA COROLLA '02 T red seat, thr, FINDER LE '05" / DODGEGRAND
package Xenon lights. Need to sell fast $7995. 6p a disk, infnity Naviatian, DVD. iCARAVAN '05
641-5059 Call now 771-9100 sound system, runs fully eq ped,8000 Fully equipped.
LEXUS ES 300 2001 TOYOTA COROLLA '98. $24,870, take over pay-a$16,890
V6, sunroof, Ither, Very low miles, need to ments 912-573-9839 99-0 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE2
t all power, 6cd sell fast. $3995.771.9100 998-0012 998-0012
changer 77k mi, .N DODGE Quad SLT
$15,500, 904,225.1923 TOYOTA COROLLA 1994 Hemi 2003. Trans- /7\iNISSAN XTERRA SE DODGE GRAND CARA-
Automatic A/C 120K mi ferable Extended 02 Fully Equipped VAN '05. Very low miles

LEXU4dr, tan, great cond. xanyas@bellsouth.net 998-0012 DODGE GRAND CARA-
LEXUS E$3OO '03 45S00 B00 VAN '03. Excellent
Beautiful car,r clean, 278-1900 Iv msg. N DODGE RAM 1 \iTOYOTA 4RUNNER shape, loaded must sell
tloaded,must esel 2 v mO A M 5SR V6onfastfast$9975.Call 389.7700
$23,975. Call 389-7700 t iT O MR0 QUAD CAB $13,995 SR '00. V6mle .
4f Lexus ES 3002001 % TOYOTA MR2 '04 50000
L ES 300 2001 Convertible Only Beautiful. $14,995 (7 FORDWINDSTAR
T V6psunroof, 40,000 miles. Like SONVILLE 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ,x'02 Fully equipped
I leather, all power, new! $14,995 4, DODGE RAM 1500, 9-0012 $13,480
6 cd changer 77k LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 99' STANDARD CAB 9980012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
mI"es 22$51923 998-0012 |3.9L 5spd manual, t TOYOTA 4RUNNER 998-0012
904 .22 5-19 Z3 VI S-3in lift oversized UE-I '05 LTD. Leather,
MERCEDES 300 DIESEL Vdlkswagon Jetta tires, $6000 obo, CD, fully equipped, FORD WINDSTAR '00
96, CD/MP3,153K. GLS'01, silver/blk, 693.8839 onl 9 miles. Great shapeW loaded,
$9,000. 904*273-0192 auto, sunroof, cold pieonly tsmilee llsoawe
ac, asking $10,500 a FORD EXPLORER SPORT $31,995 p$e55 Cosall 3 7week.
MITSUBISHI GALANT'05 obo 55kmi 710-1254 TRACK, 6CYL, FULL LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $5775. Call 389-7700
V6, leather, very low mi, POWER MOON ROOF, 998-0012 KIA SEDONA EX '04.
must go, need to call /ti, VOLVO S60'02 VERYSHARP, LEATHER, full loaded, must see
$268mo wac. 771.9100 tL,. Leather, CD 6 CD, 88K, ROOF RACK, TON- Toyota 4 Runner ths one, low miles.
NEAU COVER, $12,A40080, 199 Limited White
Mustang ST 1986,5 Sunroof. $15,980 94CE5230 OBO '$ o7od Cn iti $12,775. Call 389-7700
spd, must sell, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 90 $8500704658 73tin30
l 8$180 obo, 379-1805 998-0012 4 FORD EXPLORER SPORT $ TOYOTA SIENNA
SNissan Altima GXE VW JETTA GLSO 01 POWER MOON ROOF, Only 4000 miles. Champagne/tan,
S99', auto p/w, pdl 1 silver & black, AT, VERY SHARPI LEATHER, $19,890 Beautiful. $21,880
4|cruise a/c tilt new t sunrf, cold air, 6 CD, 88K, ROOF RACKM$2
tires, 87k miles, asking $9900obo, TONNEAU COVER, $12,400 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$4500 obo, 778-3508 55kmi, 904-710-1254 OBO, 940-5230 998-0012 998-0012




AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA
of Orange Park
; lJI) b I lv II iI


KEY AUDI
4t S[lil t lII u iIii lv d mB 11 1



BENTLEY ORLANDO
:3q rjff Rlill 'l Firnl[ BIvII
L j11, 9 ,): 1 k rl i~ l vij'i .i
L I I' 4 1L44



TOM BUSH BMW
0 l AIu llh Blvd 1-2 1,. 11


GARBER BUICK
lviii (up i fiji -lll
KEY BUICK
4.6 11 Iu B ll __ fTi


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4 rui ii', ll irbl,,I t,. i. ll

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
- U' i B iJ111111 ) BlvId I l l
PARKER CADILLAC
2, '.iil Mil'(I i1 Aul 3I`4 0l;:



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
1 Jib) 'l i l li p H '. I -l
CREST CHEVROLET
P,'01 M rill ARl ;21 41)
GARBER CHEVY
Iiftli, (l'l !,i l lI'Ii' :14-J 4il')

GORDON CHEV
S1166, BiJl1iiilli] Blil 'I-Bi',Z 0 )

JERRY HAMM CHEV


GEORGE MOORE CHEV
I1i ibJ i i B4 -l ."8

NIMNICHT CHEV
1-50 L .,il A, i 8, 1 441



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
" ( LI"'.I ';,"Ulll Ul 44
CARUSO CHRYSLER

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
li Wi i all O i

GARBER CHRYSLER
iii-i-t pifii.lll 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
i;. 1 A'.'- 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
I '' b l .)9, Fern Bch.
I-Pfl)-"28-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
21J) I"i I .ili: l 354-4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
1(1"49 Airniiii, E .li 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Ij fr iii ,|ii 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
01l BiIIIIi) BIVIl 777-5500

RICK KEFFER
IO vl 195 I rn Dh Rd .i-n.-t 2t-74AA


BOARD FORD
Sl A 4mir,,,n 4i ,4
A aq. "m er 'UT 3 ,.n `
Hi jpI i r41 Liv in Hrliii
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
I 1 J i Ni 2 i l 1ii '-i ",- i 7i..
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
ri r t ,ri ,if ii i 64e 4 5 I I1
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
l 2ii PrU hiM' H Iy 1,2 2.l .'

MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
5i.i All.irlin vd l'7 111 ii fi
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK



NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11li H lih r, H 1 S4-.t
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
V"1il AlinUl i l, "i4- 1 'i
GARBER GMC TRUCKS



COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
I 100 i. All lo 6i 1iv lii' 88. A i))
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
",IJ II C. Hw ,y I 'iJ. 4'1 ,':
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
l'l 6B'jiili iiilj 6h J '.'r."2



HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
I lt l liliiiiiiilI, l' fl i'iI'l
KEY HYUNDAI




ATLANTIC INFINITI
1li' 1 vi AI0l,0il1 B Vl] l);|')



CITY ISUZU
I A ll A l'll ll l 1'
t I,'j I, J lT illliril' i llTl



MATHENY JAGUAR
11, i A e li4l, B iv, 4 '



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


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



LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando F 407-339-3443
SiR1' I 1 :TVr .-i :m


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'lk ', Al1,111. 1 BlVl ,II. IU)1


NORMI FLORIDA UNCOL MERCURY
Jil:. 'i.uitil Bl l -vd i .11.1i000



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE

I Ii EEA'bH BLVD A8'


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9' 1I Ai ll l : v ;"5-:111ll
MAZDA CITY
)t1i JI liiiii Blivil 7 9. ,01)



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.



TOM BUSH MINI
I9 AlliiiIh. Blil I I


CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
1II P ll, H\ I M ,1-. "
w''M I' ,julluITIiiIiw jiTi
CITY MITSUBISHI
II'idal I 'TVji Iinl' T IIIII IIl

CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
,[I''j Blilldl) Bii]l .,q-xi )
wI' Jai ITo11ij7li'ivi1 -vri


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
I11 "i ii A lllllll. l ] (I.J 'l)1

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
LI'A fliii Hi-itw47- 1i'iitfl
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1 11 Cli r' il Avi- i4 .t,
PARKER NISSAN
.., U I c iJ '2.1 Ain : I 4-', -.


MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
I WF ll m i .i,' 41



COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
411ll Aliii Bhlvd ,4- i111

GARBER PONTIAC
lctfil cu' e Spllnj' 264 45.0

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



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



ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando F 407-339-3443



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


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
01n; Dtin;n DLA M 77AR 571i


. SUBARUOF JAX
lM OmO Alhriii,. BrBl ( 1f ]A I



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
i25'. C.i)ji Av 38-7 I00

CITY SUZUKI
I 111,.) All I i i Biwl 9 -; I I
Wv ,IvlaJ-u TIuIu ht ii v i ITI



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
i1I 9 All,i in: Blvl) 71-31)00
COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
1it11 Firlipc HWi 2f,2-1)3'8

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
li,!,) rl)uinHm IIT rIe Lll 'le I"-'IlliU

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
) 1 I 1u i Auwl
,O. -8, 9W 48 1 ii 9" 7'1-801)

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
311) i r il Av- .59456



ASH TISDELLE VW
11l1 Will Roui jd-2Fihl
O'STEEN VW
ri-i Hv4 .iir
TOM BUSH VW
v 1U A ll o n l 1'.1 1",- 'iI



O'STEEN VOLVO
", u Plhtr HMi-I 1 i04r4 .




PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
11 ll iaill: 7- -1694




BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
A'ki; [ii'v l ilili jlu IJTIiv ITulr i)ril
6S.i Bei, l, '.4-3.11

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
I I I" 1 i lii Bl,1I '4'1101
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road 0.PR. ":6. i::'
DRIVE TICKET
vw.drivetcketcnm
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 4:'.41:)01n
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. w '-i.j I
FRANK GRIFFIN
SUPERSTORE
1515 Wells Rd. ., 't '

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. :.1 43I

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

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




WORDI IMPORTS


xi LA u it o i l10i tai-buv u-ndi vv ivriing suis. uvl9-vvu I u7w i v
WESTSIDE DODGE MATHENY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY v .woddimpontsusarom
1672 CassatAve. 384-6561 11211 Atlantic Bld. 642-1500 8600OAtlantic Bld. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
M 111,1,1 l :M 11 7 II MI il -mlI Z Lu!M n I M M-





lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 23, 2006


5.


J~ht~piCoggindutIO.Gum


to Local Dealerships,


22 Banks and 4500 New and
: .. - : -- .-. . . ^ *- -- -..-. --- .-A".T e A'^s~/


Used Vehicles All At One Convenient Location


S..


@ cogginauto com


At' Cogginauto.com, you'll find every
-f .- tool you want for researching your next vehicle. With
over seventeen Florida dealerships representing
most major import and domestic lines, you'll never
have to leave cogginauto.com to find the information
and the vehicle you want.
In addition to an online inventory .. a
of over 2500 new cars, trucks, minivans and
sport utilities, you'll see our entire invento- "
ry of used cars. With each vehicle listing you -
will find: the features, options. accessories
and a 360 degree photo spread.
,..t.,. Cogginauto.com has one of the largest online
databases of vehicles, and is also home to some
of the web's best finance tools: payment calcula-
2 e- tors, lease vs. buy comparisons, reverse pay-
ment calculators. These finance tools will tell


fi ^r


IL0K FOR A


you exactly how much you can afford and how to make the most of your .-. .'

Plus, you can apply for financing on-line and -V-.;-Pv .- -. --
acquire the best current finance rates on the : Z., Find T he
market. Even if you've had troubled credit .
history, with Coggin's enormous buying power, - Find h e R
we can help you get affordable financing on a Find T h e R
quality vehicle.
And its doesn'tendthere. And The Guara
After you find the vehicle you want and get approved for the financing you
need all from the comfort of your ,iome or office we'll complete your purchase
online and deliver your new or used vehicle directly to you.
Buying has never bee
^ ^^"^jL'-.-^ J_. '_ L -lll,, ll'l "' "-


2~P-114~


rl 'I5TP'4UE1it~b'f ,.jt Fa'V~Btr.-d,~


lip i* I 1


A45I- ~46


$250 CoUPON AT

OCOM/COUPON
..............................................-


Right Vehicle


eight Financing


nteed Lowest Price


1-866-271-2459


- - -W. -4w" 44 KWWOVFsvT".


~I~~~~;J:. ;'b~~lr~;r~;~iS~3i"'~mS~JjT;~J~Ehsrg?(~K


1:n


.,'t


. I--1 --. -.-.. 7 -..-. -1. zlT-Sf---


0.1o


- dw.


11-866-267.-3964111-


I-R-n 6-493-