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Seabees Train
Hundreds Participate In Exercise
Page 4


Air Operations
A Vital Link To Readiness
Pages 8-9


Sugar Creations
Galley Personnel Get Special Training
Page 14


THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2006


www.jaxairnews.com


Safety rodeo on base tomorrow


By Glenn Picklesimer
Special Contributor


safe
State
Ad


NAS Jax is hosting a Davi
Recreational Safety eum
Rodeo Friday, March ing v
3 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at moto
the Commissary parking lot. Off
Based on the success of repr
last year's rodeo, this event All-T
has been expanded to Inst
include other forms of sum- Bike
mer recreation and general get t
traffic safety information in th
and displays. talk
The rodeo is an opportu- Auxi
nity to gather the latest obsei
safety information related the 1
to motorcycling, ATVs, dirt Mulb
bikes, boating, personal. talk
watercraft, Scuba, bicycling, May]
and other recreational ven- Mo
ues. also
Motorcycle enthusiasts rodec
will be able see riding ment
demonstrations from the be bi
award winning Jacksonville Truc.
Sheriff's Office Motorcycle the a
Drill Team, as well as the tions
Central Florida Motorcycle arou
Drill Team, who are the Th
reining world champions. of Tr
Riders will be able to a ro]
have their motorcycles show
inspected at safety inspec- vehic
tion booth, participate in a rollo
riding skill challenge and belt
enter bikes in a bike show. be oi
The Motorcycle Safety fatal
Foundation (MSF) and the will 1
Florida Rider Training try
Program will be present while
providing information on influx


Local


Sailors


featured in


motorcycle


safety


video
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer


Several Sailors and civilian
employees from NAS Jack-
sonville and the squadrons
here participated in the filming of
a traffic safety video Feb. 21. The
.small group will be featured as
extras in the two-minute video that
is being produced to promote traffic
safety. It will be shown throughout
the world in military theatres and
aboard ships targeting young
males who tend to take risks in an
effort to reduce motorcycle and
automobile mishaps.
"What we are trying to do with
this video is appeal to the younger
male population through social
norms. We're trying to make it look
cool to be safe. It's based on peer
intervention. We want them to
realize that even though they drive
a hot vehicle, it's important to be
safe and responsible," stated Traffic
Safety Liaison Bobbie Carlson of
BMT Designers and Planners in
Arlington, Va. who is spearheading
the project.
, "We were tasked by Commander,
Naval Installations to produce a
two-minute traffic video to be
shown in Navy movie theaters."


riding and Florida
e requirements.
ditionally, the Harley-
idson Traveling Mus-
will be present display-
intage motorcycles and
)rcycle nostalgia.
[f-road riders will find
esentatives from the
Terrain Vehicle Safety
itute and MSF Dirt
School. People who
their excitement on or
.e water will be able to
to the U.S. Coast Guard
liary, see a display and
rve a presentation from
base Yacht Club and
berry Cove Marina and
to members of the
port Dive Club.
otor vehicle safety will
be a centerpiece of the
o. The Florida Depart-
; of Transportation will
ringing their No-Zone
k, which demonstrates
actual visibility restric-
s truckers experience
ad their vehicles.
e Georgia Department
ansportation will bring
llover vehicle, which
vs what happens when
cles are involved in a
ver accident. A seat
convince vehicle will
n-hand to ride and a
vision obstacle course
be set up to let drivers
and drive a vehicle
e under the simulated
ence of alcohol.


Photo by PH3 David Didier
Members of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Motorcycle
Demonstration Team put on a show for the spectators at the
NAS Jacksonville Motorcycle Safety Rodeo Oct. 17. They will
be performing on March 3 at NAS Jax during the Recreational
Safety Rodeo.


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 from the area that will
be presenting safety related
products, motorcycle train-
ing class information, as
well as bringing motorcy-
cles, ATVs, personal water-
draft 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 Mor-
ale, Welfare and Recreation
Department will have food
and drinks available for
purchase for those who
work up an appetite,
This event will have
something to offer for
almost everyone. Northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georgia commands will be
treating this as a safety
standdown, so come on out,
bring your families, enjoy a
day of fun with a good
strong emphasis on safety.


Schedule of
events
10 a.m. Kick-off cere-
mony
10:10 a.m. Opening
remarks by NAS
Jacksonville Command-
ing Officer
10:20 a.m. Central
Florida Motorcycle Drill
Team demo and presen-
tation
11:10 a.m. Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office Motor-
cycle Drill Team
Noon U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary presentation
12:15 p.m. ATV Safety
Presentation by D&P
12:30 p.m. EMT/First
Responder Demo
1 p.m. Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office Motor-
cycle Drill Team
1:30 p.m. U.S. Coast
Guard Auxiliary presen-
tation
1:45 p.m. Announ-
cement of prize win-
ners/closing ceremony
2 p.m. Event ends
On-going events
Rider's skills challenge
Pre-ride check booth
Door prizes,
Fatal vision drive chal-
lenge
Bike show


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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Actors John Hill (left) and Merritt Martin from The Hurt Agency in Orlando rehearse their lines while filming a motor-
cycle safety video at NAS Jax Feb. 21. NAS Jax Sailors and base employees were used as extras in the video.
According to Carlson, NAS
Jacksonville was selected for the
video shoot over San Diego and
Norfolk, Va. after the bidding
process for the film production was
completed. "We went out for bids
for this project and Spectrum Films
in Jacksonville offered us the best
bid for what we needed to do. After
coordinating with our local BMT
Designer and Planners office here,W
we were able to get the shoot done," .
she continued.
Setting up the two-day shoot took
a little coordination. "NAS --
Jacksonville has been so instru- "" ... -5"
mental in developing safe motorcy- ,, -,
cle programs. The base executive .
officer, Capt. Chuck Tamblyn, has A film crew from Spectrum Films in Jacksonville shoots some video at the
been phenomenal when it comes to NAS Jax Main Gate Feb. 21 for a motorcycle safety video they are producing
providing assistance. He was more for the Navy. The two-minute video titled "That's How We Roll" will be


See FILMING, Page 13


shown in military theatres and on ships worldwide in an effort to reduce
mishaps.


Vice Adm. Bob Conway

Conway

assumes

command

of Navy

Installations

Command

By Navy Installations
Command Public Affairs
Vice Adm. Bob Con-
way assumed com-
mand as Com-
mander. Navy Instal-
lations Command (CNIC)
Feb. 24. at CNIC head-
quarters in Washington,
D.C.
CNIC is responsible for
providing consistent.
effective, and efficient
shore installation services
in support of fleet readi-
ness and mission execu-
tion.
Furthermore, CNIC pro-
vides service to the fleet
by ensuring a cohesive
and reliable adherence to
policy, procedures, stan-
dards of service, processes
and resources leveraging
16 regional commands in
management and over-
sight of all installations
worldwide.
Conway, a native of
Wilkes-Barre, Penn.,
graduated from St. Fran-
cis College, Loretto, Penn.,
with a Bachelor of Arts
degree and was commis-
sioned an ensign through
Officer Candidate School.
He earned his master's
degree in education from
Providence College, Prov-
idence, R.I. in May 1979.
Additionally, he gradu-
ated from the National
Defense University's
Industrial College of the
Armed Forces in May
1990.
Throughout his naval
career, Conway served in
numerous leadership
positions on board ships
and at shore installations.
His previous duty sta-
tions include Commander,
Navy Region Hawaii,
Commander. Expedition-
ary Strike Group One (in
support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom and Enduring
Freedom) and most re-
cently, Commander, Task
Force Warrior.


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2 o lax News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 2, 2006



FROM THE FLEET


Please give generously to NMCRS Fund Drive


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
he Navy supports two
fundraising cam-
paigns each year: the
Combined Federal Cam-
paign (CFC) and the Navy
and Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS). The CFC
drive is in our rear view
mirror and now it's time to
support the Navy and
Marine Corps Relief!Society.
The campaign runs from
March 1-31.
Why should you support
the NMCRS? I think the
answer is pretty simple -
Sailors and Marines have
the opportunity to provide
direct support to other
Sailors in Marines (and
their families) who are in,
need. .i
This is perfect in my book.-
While we all hope we never,
need to turn to others for
financial assistance, the fact
is thousands of Sailors and
Marines rely on the NMCRS
each year. Without your gen-
erous giving, there would be
no help, or at least not the
help many of our own have
come to appreciate.
Last year, the NMCRS
.processed more than 42,900
claims and provided approx-
imately $36 million dollars
in financial assistance. More
than $33 million of that was
for emergency, aid and the
other $3 million was for
education programs.
The mission of the
NMCRS is to provide a part-
nership with the Navy and
Marine Corps, financial,


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educational, and other assis-
tance to members of the
Naval services, eligible fam-
ily members, and survivors
when in need; and to receive
and manage funds to
administer these programs.
The two primary services
offered by the NMCRS are
interest-free loans and
.grants to meet emergency
needs and needs-based
scholarships and interest-
-free loans for educational
purposes.
In addition, the society
offers the following services:
budget counseling services;
food lockers at some loca-
tions; infant layettes "junior
seabags and budget for baby
seminars; thrift shops; and
visiting nurse services.
Last year alone, NMCRS
caseworkers handled more
than 13,600 individual
counseling and referral
cases, as well as handed out
more than 6,900 layettes
and visiting nurses conduct-
ed more than 31,000
patients.
I'm not going to suggest
any amount you should


give, I'll leave that part up,
to you. I will, however, offer'
are a few reasons why I
think you should carefully
consider giving to this chari
ty. A
When it comes to financial
assistance, there are eight
major categories of NMCRS
support that each of you
.should be aware of:
* Emergency transportation
* Funeral expenses
* Medical/dental bills (pa-
tient's share)
* Food, rent, and utilities
* Disaster relief assistance
* Child care expenses
* Essential vehicle repairs
* Unforeseen family emer-
gencies
When I look at this list I
quickly realize almost of all
of us experience one or more
of these in our careers. In a
perfect world, we would all
be financially savvy enough
to have money set aside for
these types of emergencies.
However, I fully realize.
debt is a real thing and
many of you may be living
payday to payday just to
support your families.
When an emergency strikes,
it's critical each of you
understand the NMCRS
might offer some relief.
The educational assis-
tance provided by the
NM-CRS is equally as
impressive. There are four.
primary educational pro-
grams:
Vice Adm. E. P. Travers
Scholarship and Loan
Program
USS Tennessee Scholar-
ship Fund
Dependents of Deceased


Service Members Scholar-
ship Program
* Adm. Mike Boorda Scho-
larship Program
For information on any of
these programs, visit
http://www.nmcrs.org.
Shipmates, I can't say
enough about how impor-
tant the NM I S is to our
service and I can only hope
that chiefs and officers
throughout the fleet take
the time to talk this pro-
gram up and explain to each
of you why you should give

generously.
I've met countless people
who have used the NMCRS
for assistance and when you
hear the stories of those
who turned to the society
when they were in need,
and received assistance, you
start to understand the
magnitude of the total
impact on our Navy and
Marine Corps.
When you get your form,
please think about some of
the emergencies I have
described this week and ask
yourself if you might every
experience one of them. Life
offers few guarantees and
the NMCRS is our resource
to turn to when the unex-
pected happens.
While the Navy's goal is
100 percent contact. with
each and every one of you, I
sincerely hope each of you
choose to contribute. Even
if only a little, when you add
all our contributions up, it's
a sum that can help thou-
sands and thousands of our
fellow Sailors and Marines!
Again, please give generous-
ly!


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Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply
Department

Hometown: Loudonville, Ohio


Family Life: I'm married and expecting a
baby boy in May.

Past Duty Stations: USS Essex (LHD 2),
USS Howard (DDG 83)

R Career Plans: To retire from the Navy after
20 years.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
I all over the Padific Ocean.

Words of Wisdom: Respect others the way
you want to be respected.




THERE5R GRRY
Job title/command:
NEX Salesperson

Hometown: Jacksonville
Beach

Family Life: I have a brother and sister and
live with my father who is retired military.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: I'm currently enrolled at
Florida Community College at Jacksonville in
the nursing program.

Most Interesting Experience: Teaching
gymnastics to preschoolers.

Words of Wisdom: Do not put off tomor-
row for what you can do today.


Fire inspections being conducted

at Yellow Water Housing Area
From the NAS ]ax Fire Prevention Office
T he annual Mnilitary family housing fire safety
inspection and briefing for residents living in the
Yellow Water Military Housing complex is being
conducted by the NAS Jax Fire Department, Fire
Prevention Division. Inspections throughout the month.
These inspections will be conducted from 9 a.m. until 2
p.m. Monday thioughi Thursday and will only be accom-
plished 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 Dinsion should be notified by calling 542-2783
or 542-3928 to be rescheduled.


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
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.. S-5 operates


in the Atlantic

By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
-.. he steady staccato of machine gun
hv firelwas a common sound around the
.. HS-5 detachment aboard USS
Eisenhower (CVN-
69) this week.
The "Nightdip- S
pers" expend-
bd more than
2,000 rounds
of .50 caliber
rounds over the
course of sev-
eral gun .
exercise
flights.
The machine
gun training,
which emphasizes the squadron's core mis-
sion of antisurface warfare, was in conjunc-
tion with the current HS-5 TSTA detach-
P( otos courtesy of HS-5 ment. The Nightdippers, as part of Carrier
A "Nightdipper" helicopter holds a steady Air Wing Seven, are in their second week of
hover while practicing search and rescue trAir Wing Seven, are in their second week fc.
pcu res.ntraining in the Atlantic. '
procedures.

NAS Jax Tax

Center offers free

electronic filing

By Navy Legal Service
Office
To he Jacksonville Tax
Center provides fr ee
snsfederal income tax *B
preparation and free lec-
tronic tax filing services to
all active duty military p r- p"w. *-
sonnel, retired military ,.
personnel and their fan, i-
lies.
The tax center is located-4
in Building 583 on Keily
Street. It is open for busi-
ness from 8:30 a.m. 4
p.m., Monday-Wednesday-
Friday, and 9 a.m. 4 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday.
In order to assist in filing
returns, customers are A.
asked to bring the follow-
ing information:
* All 2005 W-2s, Wage and
Earning Statements, Social
Security cards (social sequ-
rity cards are mandate y
without a military ID,
dependent ID's do n6t
count) and dates of birth
for each family member. E,
* 1099-INT forms (reflect- "
ing any interest made from
savings/checking accounts)
1099-DIV forms (reflect-
ing dividends, capital gain
distributions from mutual
funds, stocks, etc.)
* Dependent Care State-
ment from day care
providers, to include their
SSN/EIN and address, doc-
umenting how much was,
spent for qualified child-
care expenses.
* Power of attorney, if mar-
ried filing a joint return
and spouse will not be pres-
ent to sign tax return.
Blank check, or bank rout-
ing transit number ad
account number, if you
choose to have your refund
directly deposited into your
account.|
Due to the type of tra i-
ing given to our VITA rep s,
the following information is
provided on what type of
taxes they can and cannot
prepare:
Will prepare [
Form 1040EZ; Form
1040A with Schedule 1, 2, 3
& EIC; Form 1040 with
Schedule A, B, C-EZ; D,
EIC, R and SE; Form 1040-
V; Form 1040-ES, Form
2441(child and develop-
ment care credit); Form
8812 (additional child tax
credit) and Form 8863
(education credits).
Will not prepare
Schedule C (profit loss
from business); complicated
and advanced schedule D
capitall gains and-losses):


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Schedule E (rents and roy-
alties); Form SS-5 (requests Up to $20,,000 Bonus
for social security number);
Form 2106 (employee busi- Up to two-year non-deployment tour*
ness expenses); Form 3903 Up to 100% state tuition funding on ti:
(moving); Form 8606 (non I d- Offi cer and Warrant Officer opportunities,
deductible IRA) and Form
8615 (minor's investment and enlisted personnel
income). i
i Full-time active duty Guard positions aw
For more information on
the tax center, call 542- Serve in a unit in your hometown
8038.


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Seabees perform


field


exercise


By J02 William Lovelady
Special Contributor
H hundreds of Seabees from Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 14 (NMCB 14) gathered
here recently to kick off their military training
year with a mini field exercise.
The two-day event focused on convoy operations, impro-
vised explosive devices (IED), chemical biological and
radiological warfare, weapons handling and building
clearing.
LNC Timothy Taylor said, "We've got Seabees here from
Miami, Tampa, Tallahassee, Augusta, Jacksonville,
Orlando, West Palm Beach and other Reserve Centers
throughout the region. This event is a unique opportunity
for battalion members to train with members of the com-
panies they will deploy with rather than just their local
detachments."
Once mustered into their respective units, the Seabees
began a rotation of classroom training on chemical threats
and IEDs, which statistics show are the biggest threats
service members face in the global war on terrorism.
IEDs are assembled mostly from unexploded ordnance
like artillery shells. Recently terrorists have begun using
more and more sophisticated delivery and detonation sys-
tems. The automobile-borne Mobile IED is one of the more
popular, since the vehicle can take a bomb anywhere, and
when exploded, becomes a source of an additional ton of
steel and glass shrapnel. Another form of mobile IED
employs remote controlled toy cars to niove explosives
closer to an intended target.
- Remote detonators include cordless telephones, infrared
motion sensors and wireless doorbells; all readily avail-
able in markets throughout Iraq.
Other training segments were covered outside. Convoy
operations focused on defensive driving, communication
and proper vehicle selection.
"The convoy can only move as fast as the slowest vehi-
cle, so you don't want to take a tractor trailer that only
goes 35-mph if a faster one is available that will accom-
plish'the same mission," said E02 Robert Avedisian.
Convoy members practiced day and night driving,
mounting and dismounting vehicles and addressing
potential threats along the route of travel.
Each unit received several hours of intense weapons
handling and urban operations training at the Military
Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) site, a group of
buildings here designed to simulate urban operations and
security. The Seabees learned how to move through a town
and clear buildings, room to room, of possible terrorist
threats.
Lt. j.g. Tony Hollobaugh, who served as Alpha Company
commander during the 2004 Iraq deployment said, "This


Photos by 102 William Lovelady
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VS-32 Sailor nominated

as ERAU Who's Who
By Kaylee LaRocque -
Staff Writer


he's only been in the Navy for three years, but AM3
Sarah Jimmerson of VS-32 is well on the way to
accomplishing her
goals of completing her col-
lege education and gaining
experience in the aviation
maintenance field.
In fact, Jimmerson is so
dedicated to her studies,
that she was recently named
a Who's Who recipient for
2005-06 by Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University
(ERAU) for her outstanding
student scholastic and com- Photo courtesy of VS-32
munity achievements. AM3 Sarah Jimmerson works
Jimmerson, a native of on an S-3B Viking as part of
Kingston, Jamaica, joined her daily duties.
the Navy in August' 2003, after earning her Airframes and
Powerplant license from Atlanta Technical College. "I want-
ed to get some experience working in the field and to con-
tinue my education," she said enthusiastically.
After graduating from boot camp in Great Lakes, Ill.,
Jimmerson attended Aviation Structural Mechanic "A"
school in Pensacola. She arrived at VS-32 for her first tour
of duty in December 2003 and was almost immediately
deployed aboard USS Enterprise in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
In May 2004, Jimmerson began taking college courses
through ERAU, completing her bachelor's degree in profes-
sional aeronautics in November 2005.
"I had some previous college credits but the majority were
completed while I was stationed here. I earned some credits
through College Level Examination Program and DANTES
tests and some of my classes were online so it made it easi-
er when we deployed," explained Jimmerson. "The NAS
Jacksonville Navy College Office has been great. They have
kept me informed of all my options. I have always been a
high-paced individual and they have kept up with me. In
my book, that is awesome."
This month, Jimmerson will begin her fifth class needed
for a master of science in management degree from ERAU.
"I started this program in January and plan to graduate in
May 2007," she said.
Ultimately, Jimmerson plans to obtain a doctorate degree.
Although she's not sure if she will continue a career in the
Navy, Jimmerson is passionate about her job and offers this
advice to her peers, "Start early while you have time to do
what you want. Moving up in ranks elevates your responsi-
bilities and can make your education more difficult to
obtain. Whether you decide to stay in the Navy or get out,
you will need an education," stated Jimmerson.
As for her nomination.as a Who's Who recipient,
Jimmerson is thrilled. "I think it is wonderful. I had heard
of people being nominated before, but never dreamed it
could happen to me." ERAU nominated 257 students world-
wide, but only 109 were chosen for this prestigious honor.
While completing her education is her top priority,
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FISC Jacksonville, NS Mayport and

NSB Kings Bay consolidate resources


Photos courtesy of Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville/Engineering Field Activity Southeast
Members of the Mandarin High School NJROTC Unarmed Basic Team perform during the
annual inspection.


NAVFAC

officer

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leadership,

Navy core

values
By Sue Brink
Navy Public Works Center
Jacksonville/Engineering
Field Activity Southeast PAO
Navy Public Works
Center Jackson-
ville/Engineering
Field Activity Southeast
Commanding Officer (CO)
Capt. Paul Walden walked in
to the Mandarin High.
School Gymnasium Feb. 9
where 106 Navy Junior
Reserve Officer Training
Corps cadets stood at atten-
tion prepared for their annu-
al inspection.
As the CO, Walden over-
sees the daily operations of
941 civilians and 40 military
personnel who provide facili-
ties support services to Navy
installations throughout the
Southeastern United States.
In his free time, he works
with the cadets at the
Mandarin High School to
instill leadership skills and
Navy core values to our
future leaders.
As Walden approached
each cadet, he inspected the
uniform to ensure they met
stringent military stan-
dards. As part of an inspec-
tion, cadets are expected to
know their chain of com-
mand all the way to the
president as well as other
military and Navy knowl-
edge. Walden randomly
asked them questions such
as, "Do you know who the
vice president is?" The cadet
answered, "Sir, the vice pres-
ident is Dick Cheney, sir." As
Walden walked through
each line, he changed the
questions to test the cadets.


Capt. Paul Walden, com-
manding officer, Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville/
Engineering Field Activity
Southeast, inspects one of the
110 Cadets from the Manda-
rin High School NJROTC
during their annual inspec-
tion.
"That's the best pair of
shoes I've seen so far," said
Walden after he inspected
Cadet Edward Pearch who
was in the first platoon. As
Walden inspected each cadet
he made a comment express-
ing his satisfaction with the
attention to detail or gave
suggestions to make
improvements.
Walden moved on to the
second platoon where he
awarded the first perfect
score to a female, Cadet
Rebecca Gallant, a second-
year squad leader. Most
cadets are learning about
discipline, commitment,
leadership and teamwork. "I
plan to go to college for
mathematics and continue
with military service," said
Gallant.
When Walden finished
each platoon he provided a
brief report to the platoon
leader reminding them that
they need to work as a team
to ensure that every cadet is
ready.
"This group is squared
away. I watch this group.
They are,proud and passion-
ate," said Walden when he
addressed the student body
and family members who
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NJROTC Color Guard per-
forms at the opening of the
NJROTC annual inspection
ceremony.
Walden pointed to the cadets
he stated, "It is nice to see a
group of high-school stu-
dents perform this way. This
is our future and the future
of Jacksonville."
Like most parents; the
Walden family spends many
weekends supporting the
group with many communi-
ty events that the Mandarin
High School NJROTC is
involved in throughout
Northeast Florida. This
group of cadets is especially
important to Walden as his
son, Cadet Tyler Walden, is
the Mandarin High School
NJROTC executive officer.
Earlier this year, the
Mandarin NJROTC went to
a regional competition in
Savannah, Ga. where the
Unarmed Basic Team per-
formed and came in third
place. "We are proud of the
cadets. Overall, the team
placed fifth at regionals this
year after competing against
53 teams to get there," said
Cmdr. Glen Akins, Mandarin
High School senior naval sci-
ence instructor.


From Fleet Industrial Supply Center fax
Beginning March 6, Fleet Industrial
Sup-ply Center (FISC) Jacksonville
will provide all household goods
(HHG) carrier and agency management
and billing documentation for military and
civilian employees currently serviced by'
personal property offices at NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. and NS Mayport.
With the increasing acceptability rate of
Smart Web Move (SWM), about 80 percent
of Mayport and Kings Bay customers will
be eligible to use Navy's online move coun-
seling and application system. SWM is a
system that can be accessed from the com-
forts of your own home and any other loca-
tion with an Internet connection. SWM
customers and spouses can read about
their move entitlements and responsibili-
ties and submit a move application, mak-
ing it easier for the customer. SWM can be
found online at https://www.smartweb-
move.navsup.navy.mil.
The personal property office at Kings
Bay will remain open on Tuesdays and


Thursday and the Mayport office will be
open on Mondays and Wednesdays, both
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Staff at these offices
will schedule group counseling and set
appointments for special case moves only.
The changes are sponsored by NAVSUP
and Navy Family Support and are part of
the Navy's efforts to consolidate resources
and streamline HHG functions to provide
more effective and efficient support to
Department of Defense customers.
The few number of customers not eligible
to use SWM will receive counseling by
appointment at their respective personal
property office on the above mentioned
days of operation. These include civilians,
military making personally procured
moves (formerly known as DITY moves),
military moving boats or mobile homes,
non-Navy military moving OCONUS, and
some Navy moving OCONUS.
Frequently asked questions
Q: Will the personal property offices in
Mayport and Kings Bay close? If so, when?

See FISC, Page 13


Photo courtesy of VP-30
Teachers and administrators from New England stand in front of the P-3 Orion in VP-30's
hangar. They visited NAS Jacksonville as part of Navy Recruiting District Buffalo's recent
educator orientation tour.


VP-30 assists Navy


By Lt. Stephen Bradfield,
VP-30 Public Affairs Officer
High school and col-
lege educators from
various schools in
New England visited VP-30
on NAS Jacksonville re-
cently.
The visit was part of
Navy Recruiting Com-
mand's Educator Orien-
tation Visit .(EOV) Program.
Navy Recruiting District
Buffalo, N.Y. coordinated
the three-day tour of
Jacksonville area naval
facilities.
The EOV program is used
as a recruiting tool and also
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The VP-30 orientation
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which focused on P-3 officer
and enlisted accession
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By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
" F rom dust you have come. To dust
you shall return." It is a peculiar
and sobering statement to say the
least. This declaration was repeated count-
less millions of times March 1 as people
from various Christian denominations
around the world received a peculiar mark
on their foreheads made with ashes.
The ashes are burnt palm leaves and are
dispensed by ministers who utter this
unusual phrase each time the ashes (in the
form of a cross) are placed on each fore-
head. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning
of a special time in the Christian church's
calendar known as "Lent."
Lent is a period of 40 days that ends on
Palm Sunday which marks the beginning of
Passion Week culminating on Easter
Sunday. Many of the faithful observe .the
season of Lent with fasting and other spiri-
tual disciplines.
While not all Christian denominations
observe Ash Wednesday, all of Christendom
does observe Lent. While my particular
Christian tradition does not observe Ash
Wednesday, I would like to refocus on the
ashes nonetheless because I believe there's
something in it for all of us.
The ashes are a reminder to all humanity
of our inner vulnerability and weakness
before the presence of an awesome God. It
reminds me that I am not invincible and
that I am, in fact, a broken vessel before
the presence of the Almighty. Precisely


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Mobile food pantry needs workers
A mobile food pantry will be set up Saturday
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to distribute 1,500 boxes of
food to needy families. At least 50 volunteers are
needed to help out. Volunteers will be asked to
set-up boxes of food, coordinate the movement of
people and other duties generally seen at a food
pantry. For details, call Sonya at 778-2821.
Dignity-U-Wear volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a charitable organiza-
tion that provides new clothing to needy individu-
als and families is looking for volunteers. DUW
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ship to assist military families that became victims
of Hurricane Katrina. The volume of clothing com-
ing in and going out of DUW on a daily basis has
escalated. The organization desperately needs
more volunteers Monday through Saturday to help
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Greeters needed
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meet and greet visitors to the Jacksonville area.
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The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Docent
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cate one morning each week to give school tours.
The Cummer Docent Corps provides an invalu-


New religious
programs offered
In an effort to reach out to
the local military com-
munity, the chaplains
and religious program spe-
cialists from the NAS Jax
Chapel have developed sev-
eral new religious programs.
These new programs will
bring small groups together
in an informal setting to
interact, learn about their
different faiths and share
ideas and thoughts.
The first new program is
called. Why Catholic?
Journey Through the
Catechism. This two-year
series will bring small
groups together in a facilita-
tor's home for prayer, discus-
sion, scripture readings and
catechism study. The series
will begin March 5.
For the Protestant com-
munity, a new program
called Celebration of
Discipline:, The Path to
Spiritual Growth will begin
March 8 at 6 p.m. at the
Chapel Center's Fellowship
Hall. This program will run
each Wednesday night for
six weeks.
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register, call 542-3051.


because of this
ultimate helpless-
ness, I need God.
Because one day
the tent will col-
., lapse, I need God.
.4 In these days of
;. ", ,."- .^, high technology,
S-' busy lives and
complex schedules
it is important to
Chaplain take pause and be
SChaplaina reminded of our
(Lt) Joe Molina inherent mortality.
Indeed, Ash
Wednesday and the Lenten season can give
us enough pause to realize that I am not
indispensable, after all, and that the world
will continue to turn and my job will still be
there when I get back to it.
Ash Wednesday and the Lenten season
can give us just enough pause to celebrate
the richness of God's grace. For if from the
dust I have come and to dust I will return,
then tomorrow is never promised to me and
the life I have today is by the grace of God.
That is what Ash Wednesday is mostly
about: God's provision of grace. How can
we try to understand this grace?
Well, my wife Vicky has told me about
her childhood visit to Niagara Falls, N.Y.
I've never been there. She remembers
experiencing a majestic sense of awe. She
can still recall the fall's deafening sound
and its overpowering, unrelenting activity.
There are 200,000 tons of water per
minute plunging down 12 stories into the
Niagara River. The Almighty could have
used a lot less water. God did not. God
could have made the falls lower but he did
not. However, because of its unique design
people are drawn to it.
What a picture of God's grace! The Lord's
gift of grace is limitless, unending, awe-
inspiring, deafening in its majesty and
overpowering in its love.I People are drawn
to it by its supremacy and surprised by its
simplicity.
So, it is very possible that one could catch
a glimpse or even experience the grace of
God through the reality of our personal vul-
nerability. God delights in revealing him-
self to those who long to experience his
grace and are humble enough to express
that need.


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From monthly training lectures to the finished tour,
docents use a combination of important historical
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to life. If you are interested in volunteering, please
contact Susan Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or by
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HabiJax opportunities
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"The biggest issues that come through
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offer direction and advice in other areas
such as education and the Veterans Affairs
(VA) Home Loan Program. I am here to
give personnel an understanding of the VA
disability rating, monetary compensation
and how it affects the member," stated
Sanders.
In 2005, in the eastern region alone,
AMVETS has provided an astounding 1.8
million dollars in recovered funds to quali-
fying service members via the Benefits
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The program was put in to action to pro-
vide service members a smooth and worry-
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"There is a relationship maintained with
the member. A package is started and
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you to be unaware of the
fact that you are living with
pain and it could be a disability
for you. If you don't have it documented,
there isn't anything that we can do. The
medical record is the only tangible thing
that the VA has as documentation. So, at
least 24 to 12 months prior to separation,
ensure that any ailment that you have is
documented." Sanders also stated, "The
VA has money to support our veterans, but
we have to utilize documents to verify
information. The only, way we can do that
is by using their medical record."
Sanders wants service members to be
educated on the benefits that they are enti-
tled to.
,"These systems are put in place for the
service member. They put the uniform on
and anyone who does that is in harms way.
They have earned these benefits, but it is a
common occurrence to hear a service mem-
ber tell me that they were not aware that
they were entitled to the benefit that was
brought to their attention. So, I am here to
show them," says Sanders.
Sanders is available to conduct training
and educate service members about their
entitled VA benefits and can be reached at
David.D.Sanders@navy.mil or 542-2834.,








8 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 2, 2006


ABH3(AW) Steffano Hurtado, director plane handler in the transient line division,
places the blocks on the tires of an E-2 Hawkeye aircraft.I


AC2 Ryan DiDominicus monitors an approaching aircraft on a precision
approach radar inside the NAS Jacksonville Air Operations Radar Room.


Tucked away in the northeast
corner of the base lies what
many consider the largest,
most diverse and complex depart-
ment aboard the base.
Air Operations (Air Ops) is a vital
link to warfighter readiness and to
the global war on terror. Consisting
of seven divisions and employing
more than 200 Sailors. Department
of Defense iDoD) civilians and con-
tract personnel, this complex organi-
zation fulfills a myriad of tasking for
NAS Jax and the Navy.
Ai# Ops operates and maintains
two airfields: a Class III B airport
provides a full service passenger ter-
min.l with cargo handling services,
as w ll as providing, transient and
detachment aircraft support.
Additionally, it operates a boat-
hous6 that maintains five boats that
provide search and rescue (SAR)
training, SAR Swimmer School
training support, security response
and provides assistance to the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office arid the
U.S. Coast Guard.
"We are a large department with
several divisions, but one strong
team," remarked Air Ops
Department Head Cmdr. Ted Carter.
Every action that a division takes
can and often times does affect
another division. We, as a team,
strive to work together to be in sync
with one another as we fulfill our
mission while always keeping safety
a top priority," he continued.
"My goal has always been to work
as one team military and civilians
side-by-side in order to enhance
our professional capabilities and
maximize warfighter support," he
added.
One of the busiest divisions within
the department is Air Traffic Control
(ATC), which operates the radar air
traffic control center, ground control
approach, air surveillance radar sys-
tems and flight and ground tower
functions. As aircraft travel through
the NAS Jax air space, military air
traffic controllers (ACs) monitor
each plane and constantly relay
instructions to the pilots using com-
puter switchboards and verbal com-
munication in both the radar room
and the control tower.
According to ACCS Tim Altman,
the mission of the ACs assigned to


Aircraft Refueler Rick Durrance (right) assists AME2(NAC)
William Franklin of VP-16, with the connection of the fuel hose.


EN2(SW/AW) Charles Perez of the NAS Jax Air Operations
Department Boathouse Division performs a daily inspection of
the functional, operation and equipment readiness of the boats
stored and maintained at the boathouse.


See AIR OPS, Page 9


Federal Aviation,Administration Aircraft Licensed Mechanic Jim Lentini of the
NAS Jax Air Operations Airfield Facilities Division replaces an engine on an E-2
Hawkeye of VAW 120 out of Norfolk, Va.







JaX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 2, 2006 9


Air Traffic Control Division AC2(AW/SW) Lance Page (right) trains ACAN Robert Street on
ground controller qualifications. Page talks to the driver of a vehicle asking for clearance
to drive on the airfield. -


AIR OPS: Safety, customer

service at the forefront

From Page 8

ATC is provide for safe, orderly and expeditious move-
ment of air traffic.
"Last year alone, this division handled 76,186 local air oper-
ations, 7,069 transit operations and 6,392 radar approach-
es," remarked Altman. "These very knowledgeable .Sailors
and civilians assist with flight planning and issue clear-
ances and instructions to pilots in all phases of military.
flight operations within the vicinity of our airports at NAS
Jax and OLF Whitehouse. No aircraft enters our space
without one or more of our ACs being in constant communi-
cation with the pilots and with each other."
With an impeccable record customer service and dedica-
tion to the warfighteir the Air Mobility Command (AMC)
Air Terminal Division performs its duties much like a
commercial airline/airport. The division supports daily
NALO, JOSAC and DoD missions and weekly Patriot
Express Channel missions to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The
AMC Terminal performs anti-hijacking inspections, bag-
gage scanning, passenger eligibility verification and cargo
processing. "Safety and customer service are the two most
important aspects of this division," explained Division
Leading Petty Officer ABH2(AW/SW) Willie Griffith. "In
2005, we processed 39,771 passengers, 79,542 pieces of
baggage and 983 tons of cargo without any incidents and
we are proud of it."
The transient and arresting gear branches make the
Transient Line Division. The arresting gear branch con-
ducted 95 emergency arrestments in 2005 and performed
more than 11,000-scheduled hours of maintenance on
their equipment, while the transient branch conducted


3,668 launch and '...
recoveries, fueled 723 .S
aircraft and provided
.713-airfield taxi assis- Cloudy skies and rain did not keep A
tance to local corn- of the arresting gear division and No
mands. "Rain or shine, from conducting a scheduled dynamo
we are always ready,"
said Norm Williams, arresting gear branch supervisor.
"When an aircraft has to make an emergency landing, we
must be ready. The optical landing system and the arrest-
ing gear systems here and at QLF Whitehouse must be
ready. This is why we are constantly maintaining and
checking the two systems. The arresting gear in place at'
NAS Jax operates using the same principle as the ones
found on board a carrier."
The Airfield Facilities Management Division (AFM) sup-
ported 24 operational detachments from all branches of
service, various government agencies and NATO units
totaling in excess of 2,962 aircraft in 2005, including pres-
idential aircraft support. Its daily mission is to provide
critical oversight of the airfield facilities maintenance,
which include airfield pavement, lighting systems and
hangar facilities for the two airfields. Moreover, they have'
responsibility for airfield Foreign Object and Bird Aircraft
Strike Hazard Protection Program.
AFM also administers Air Ops memorandum of under-
standings, special projects and security and flight line
badges. They submit, track and coordinate facilities proj-
ects, preventive maintenance, quality assurance and con-
tractor training. Additionally in 2004 and 2005, AFM was
a critical element in setting up for and coordinating sup-
port for FEMA as it responded to hurricanes disaster
relief requirements from NAS Jax.
"We are a very busy division that touches every aspect
of Air Ops," explained Bill Mey6rs, AFM manager.
"What most people don't know is that we also assist aircraft
requiring emergency maintenance or repair, whether fixed
wing or helicopter, military or civilian," he added.


kBH2(AW/SW) Gwendolyn Kruzieke (left), leading petty officer
orm Williams, arresting gear/transient line division supervisor,
meter test on the tape drum Feb. 23.

The Ground Electronics Maintenance Division (GEMD|
has the responsibility of administering, repairing and
maintaining electronic systems for ATC communications
precision and non-precision approaches, navigational aids
air-to-ground squadron radios and meteorological equip
ment to mention a few. Last year, GEMD personnel pen-
formed 7,935 hours of preventive and corrective mainte"
nance. "Performing preventive and corrective maintenance
in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration
guidelines on all of the command's air traffic control
equipment is our responsibility," said ET1(SW) Randy
Brackins, division leading petty officer. "We ensure all
assigned UHF, VHF and FM radio communications, air
navigation aids, weather monitoring and reporting equip-
ment and precision approach radars required to conduct
safe and effective flight operations around NAS
Jacksonville and its outlying field operate at or above des'r
ignated performance standards."
Sailors from the NAS Jax Boat Division are also a vital,
part of Air Ops. Even though they are not part of the aviai-
tion rating, the enginemen and boatswains mates and oth-
ers assigned to the division contribute immensely to the
mission. They maintain and operate two 40-foot SAR
boats, two 27-foot and one 26-foot security department
boats, one oil-spill response boat and one 20-foot environ-
mental department UB boat. In 2005, the division sup-
ported training for 1,200 SAR students and performed
countless hours of maintenance on the security boats
allowing full ability to patrol the waters around NAS Jax.,
Last but not least, the Fuels Division provides a myriad
of refueling services, including skid refueling, truck refuel-
ing, defueling, used oil collection, cryogenics services and
non-aircraft refueling. Furthermore, it operates and main-
tains the bulk aviation fuel service storage facility, moni-
tors the aircraft-refueling contract and manages bulk fuel
transfer, fuel testing and facility and equipment mainte-
nance. In 2005, the division handled more than 40 million
gallons of JP-5 fuel totaling approximately $67 million.
Additionally, it facilitated the sale of 744,000 pounds of
used petroleum products saving environmental disposal
costs and earning $60,000 for the morale recreation and
welfare program.
"Our jobs remain complex and varied. To the casual
observer watching a plane land or takeoff day after day
may seem routine, but the support required is far from
ABH3(AW) routine," Carter stated.
Jennifer Long of "There are a lot of variables that
the NAS Jax Air change constantly, but there is one con-
Terminal assists stant the commitment and profession-
military spouse alism of our Sailors and Civilians. The
Jennifer Black. Air Ops civilian/military team is
and her 2-year- absolutely the best," he added. They
old son, Kyle, are proud of what they do. They take
Feb. 23. Black care of each other and they provide
was checking on world class support and I couldn't and I
the availability couldn't be prouder of my officers,
of a flight to chiefs, Sailors, civilians and contrac-
Norfolk, Va. tors."







10 JaxfAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 2, 2006


IRS deduction changes for car donations


By LIFELines Research Staff and
the IRS
If you donate a vehicle (includ-
ing a boat or aircraft) to a
qualified organization after
December 31, 2004, your deduc-
tion is limited to the gross pro-
ceeds from its sale by the organi-
zation.
This rule applies if the claimed
value of the donated vehicle is
more than $500. However, you
generally can deduct its fair mar-
ket value if the organization:
Makes significant intervening


use of the vehicle, materially
improves the vehicle, or transfers
the vehicle to a needy individual
in direct furtherance of the
donee's charitable purpose of
relieving the poor and distressed
or underprivileged who are in
need of a means of transporta-
tion.
Boats, aircraft, and other
vehicles. These rules also apply to
donations of boats, aircraft, and
any other vehicle manufactured
mainly for use on public streets,
roads, and highways.
Acknowledgement required. If


the claimed value of the car is
more than $500, you must have a
written acknowledgement of your
donation from the organization
and must attach it to your return.
If you do not have an acknowl-
edgement, you cannot deduct
your contribution.
The acknowledgement must
include the following information:
Your name and taxpayer iden-
tification number.
The vehicle identification
number or similar number.
A statement certifying the car
was sold in an arm's length trans-


action between unrelated parties.
The gross proceeds from the
sale.
A statement that your deduc-
tion may not be more than the
gross proceeds from the sale.
The date of the contribution.
However, if there was signifi-
cant intervening use of or materi-
al improvement to the car by the
organization, the acknowledge-
ment does not have to include the
information in items 3, 4, and 5
above. Instead, it must contain a
certification of the intended use
of or material improvement to the


car and the intended duration of
that use and a certification that
the vehicle will not be transferred
in exchange for money, other
property, or services before com-
pletion of that use or improve-
ment.
This acknowledgement must be
provided within 30 days of the
sale of the car or, if there is signif-
icant intervening use or material
improvement of the car by the
organization, within 30 days of
the contribution.
The organization also must pro-
vide this information to the IRS.


Advancement test


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ByJOC (SW/AW)
Sherri Onorati
Navy Voting Assistance
Program Marketing


Although 2006 is not a
presidential election
year, the elections
being held across the coun-
try this year are just as
important.
The 2006 election season
officially starts March 7,
with the Texas State
Primary. The Navy Voting
Assistance Program is com-
mitted to making the
process of registration and
voting as easy as possible
for Sailors and their fami-
lies.
The Federal Post Card
Application (FPCA) is
available to all U.S. citizens
from local voting assistance
officers and the Federal
Voting Assistance Program
(FVAP) Web site at www.
fvap.gov.
Once filled out, the appli-
cations should be mailed to
the applicant's local voting
official in their state of resi-
dence. The 12006-07 Voting
Assistance Guide," located
on the FVAP site, includes
a list of the mailing
addresses for local voting
officials.
"The ultimate goal of the
Navy Voting Assistance
SProgram is to register every
Sailor who is eligible to
vote," said Lt. Dave
Truman, Navy Voting
Assistance Program man-
ager, Commander, Navy
Installations Command.
"Primary elections play
an important role in the
electoral process," he
explained. "The names that
represent the parties and
appear on the general elec-
tion ballot Nov. 7 will be the
candidates that were cho-
sen during the primary
election process."
Voters in state primaries


Photo by PH2 Andrea Simmons.
Navy Reservists from the Southeast Region take the Navy wide advancement exam at NAS Jacksonville Feb. 12.



FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff


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


sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are avail-
able in March:
March 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (sepa-
rating)
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. -
Transition Assistance Program (retir-
ing)
March 28 9 a.m. noon Anger
Management Class
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


Southern Illinois University offers classes on base


From the Navy College Office
southern Illinois University's
(SIU) spring semester has
begun. However, it is not too
late to enroll and start class this
semester in either the Health Care
,.-Management or Electronic Systems
Technologies programs. A few seats
are still available in each program.
Both programs maximize award of
academic credit for professional train-
ing as well as work experience. The
major coursework is taught by SIU
-faculty at NAS Jacksonville on alter-
nate weekends. Students who are
able to attend full-time, complete the
48 semester hours of major course-
work in 16 months. Transfer credit
from other colleges and universities,
CLEP/DANTES testing, military
training, and degree related work


experience fulfill the 72 semester
hours core curriculum and career
field electives. Eligible students may
apply for military tuition assistance,
Veterans' Administration educational
benefits, Pell Grants, student loans,
and the Illinois Veterans' Grant (for
only active duty students whose home
of record is Illinois). Tuition is $180
per semester hour.
Spring 2006 (March 25 April 23)
Health Care Management
HCM 360: The UTS Health Care
System
Electronic Systems Technologies
with Specialization in Electronics
Management
EST 302: Optical Electronics
Summer 2006 (May 6 Aug. 20)
Health Care Management
HCM 340: Marketing for Health


Care Managers
HCM 390: Managing Human
Resources & Labor Relations in
Health Care
Organizations
HCM 388: Legal Aspects of Health
Care
Electronic Systems Technologies
with Specialization in Electronics
Management
EST 451: Current Trends in
Electronics Management
EST 388: Legal Aspects of
Electronics
EST 385: Fiscal Aspects of
Electronics Management
The SIU office is located in the
Navy College Office, Building 110,
second floor. The office hours are 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. The telephone
number is 778-3130.


will select their party's can-
didates for state and feder-
al offices, such as governor,
U.S. senator and members
of the U.S. House of
Representatives.
Voter participation is cru-
cial in any election and pri-
maries are ,no different. The
dates for state primaries
are spread throughout the
year.
Visit http://www.cni.
navy.mil/NavyVote/Index.ht
ml or consult your local
Voting Assistance Officer
for a particular state elec-
tion date or for more infor-
mation.
"Even though this isn't a
presidential election year,
it's still extremely impor-
tant to be registered to
vote," said Truman. "This
year, a majority of the U.S.
Senate, U.S. House of
Representatives and gover-
nor seats are being decid-
ed."
Elections for 33 of the 100
seats in the U.S. Senate,
along with the entire U.S.
House of Representatives
elections will be held Nov.
7. Additionally, there will be
races for governor in 36
states, as well as many
other state and local elec-
tions contested that day.
"The privilege of voting is
a basic right and responsi-
bility of U.S. citizenship,"
added Truman. "The Navy
Voting Assistance program
can help Sailors exercise
that right."


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NASD Foundation campaign to provide

financial education tools, training


By Sarah Bohn
NASD Foundation
he NASD Investor
Education Founda-
tion, with support
from U.S. Department of
Defense (DoD), has
launched a comprehensive
new campaign to deliver
financial education tools
and training to members of
the military and their
spouses.
The campaign is designed
to help military personnel
and their families manage
their money with confi-
dence by providing finan-
cial education programs,
information and publica-
tions, as well as a new Web
site SaveAndInvest.org.
Many service members
report having difficulty cov-
ering expenses and saving
for the future. Research
conducted in June 2005
found that only 29 percent
of military personnel who
currently invest received a
passing grade on a quiz
about basic financial
knowledge.
However, 58 percent of
survey respondents said
that it was very important
to them that they become,
more knowledgeable about
saving and investing. Sixty-
two percent indicated that
they plan to increase their
investment levels in the
next year.
"We know that military
personnel want and need
objective, unbiased infor-
mation to help them make
sound financial decisions,"
said Robert Glauber, chair-
man of the NASD Investor
Education Foundation, who
also serves as chairman
and CEO of NASD.
S 'The NASD Foundation is
pleased to launch our new
campaign to provide finan-
cial training and tools to
military families and to be
working in this effort with
the DoD and all branches of
the military."
The foundation, through
partnerships with organiza-
tions already working with
the military community,
will provide financial train-
,ing programs for spouses as
well as for on-base financial
counselors.
The foundation will also
Fund the development of
publications and resources
aimed at providing military
personnel with information
relevant to their unique
needs and lifestyles.
A new Web site, SaveAnd
Invest.org, will cater to the
military community and
provide useful tools and up-
to-date information.


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Photo by Hugo Jatamillo
(Front row, from left) Command Master Chief (AW/SS) Sean
McGurk from the Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of
the Navy, Mary Schapiro, vice chairman, NASD and Marine
Corps Sgt. Maj. Federico Perez. (Second row, from left) Sgt.
Maj. of the Army John Heinrichs, Under Secretary of Defense
for Personnel and Readiness Dr. David S.C. Chu, and Sgt.
Maj. Robert McMurtrie from the Office of the Senior Enlisted
Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.


"Family separations.
resulting from duty sta-
tions changes and deploy-
ments away from home
often put additional finan-
cial stress on military fami-
lies," said Mary Schapiro, a
member of the Founda-
tion's Board of Directors
and also vice-chairman of
NASD.
"Given the fact that mili-
tary families are often on
the move, we are. commit-
ted to making sure service
members and their spouses
have access to easy-to-use
tools and financial educa-
tion materials wherever
they are."
"Financial preparedness
is a key component of mili-
tary readiness," said David
S.C. Chu, undersecretary of
Defense for Personnel and
Readiness. "Equipping
service members with the
tools and resources they
need to make sound finan-
cial decisions is integral to
both military readiness
and the strength and sta-
bility of our service mem-
bers and their families."
The foundation's military
financial education pro-
grams are being funded by
fines levied against First
Command Financial
Planning, Inc. for mislead-
ing sales practices related
to the sale of systematic
investment plans to mili-
tary personnel.
More than $5 million in
restitution was paid to
individual investors and
the remaining funds are
being used to fund educa-
tion and training programs
for military personnel and


their families.
The NASD Foundation
has joined forces with the
U.S. Securities and Ex-
change Commission, the
National Military Family,
Association (NMFA), the
Association for Financial
Counseling and Planning
Education (AFCPE), the
InCharge Education Foun-
dation, the National En-
dowment for Financial
Education, the American
Savings Education Council,
CincHouse.com and the
Consumer Federation of
America to develop pro-
grams, provide training,
and distribute information
and resources to the mili-
tary community. Program
and services are aimed at
both service members and
their spouses.
'"Our collaboration with
the NASD Investor Educa-
tion Foundation will ex-
pand and enhance the
opportunities we offer our
military families," said.
Tanna Schmidli, NMFA
chairman of the board.
"With their support, we
have worked with the
AFCPE to launch the Mil-
itary Spouse Fellowship for
the Accredited Financial
CounselorT program. This
wonderful fellowship will
provide spouses with the
education necessary for
entry into the financial
counseling and education
field. We have already seen
tremendous interest in the
program and look forward
to implementing the fellow-
ship with great success."


Emergency
From Staff
T he Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Depart-
ment Emergency Pre-
paredness Division is offer-
ing a special training pro-
gram to help citizens deal
with emergency situations.
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
emergency services can't
respond immediately.
The eight-week long pro-
gram teaches volunteers
how the program works,
fire safety, medical opera-
tions including treating life
threatening injuries, triage
and public health concerns,
search and rescue, terror-
ism incidents, communica-


Personal and Family Readiness Program launches


By John Baker
Director, Community Support
Programs, Commander, Navy
Installations Command
T he Navy has
launched a collabo-
rative effort unlock-
ing the door to "Family
Readiness = Sailor Read-
iness = Navy Readiness."
The Personal and Family
Readiness Program
(PFRP) is designed to
improve the Navy's current
and future readiness by
focusing on physical well-
ness, family well-being and
character strengthening
programs.
A team of senior Navy
leaders guides the PFRP,
pulling the threads of all
wellness program stake-
holders to streamline
delivery processes and
improve communication.
By optimizing and inte-
grating Navy wellness pro-
grams, PFRP aims to
achieve the Chief of Naval
Operations (CNO)
Guidance for 2006, "A
physically fit Navy is a
prepared Navy, ready for
any challenge."
The PFRP began with its
first Board of Directors
(BOD) meeting Nov. 8,
2005./The Process Integra-
tion /Oversight Council
(PIOC) was formed and
kicked off their efforts
when they met Jan. 11,
2066.
Its Chairman, Rear Adm.
Christopher Weaver, com-
Mander, Navy Installations


Command (CNI), hosted
the PIOC meeting
The PFRP PIOC over-
sees and provides hands-
on operational guidance to
three working groups, sup-
porting the groups, as they
stay focused on optimizing
the right programs at the
right time for the right
customers.
Each of the three work-
ing groups individually
focuses on physical well-
ness, family well-being and
character strengthening
programs.
These programs include:
Navy sports, child and
youth, stress management


and character develop-
ment. Each working group
is staffed to achieve a
diversity of viewpoints
with specially appointed
members, including flag-
level leadership, an instal-
lation commanding officer,
a master chief petty officer,
customer representatives
and key program experts.
The PFRP BOD provides
governance and strategic
guidance. The Chief of
Naval Personnel chairs the
BOD and its members
include the Master Chief
Petty Officer of the Navy
and representatives from
the Bureau of Medicine,


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Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$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
Class
$50 includes all class-
room materials and use of
marina motorboats.
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 on
fitness and athletics, call
542-3518/3229.
Learn to Lift Program
Monday 9 a.m. and
Tuesday 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 542-2930/3239/3518
for more information.


For more information
about I.T.T. trips or ticket
prices, please call 542-3318.
MWR I.T.T. is now selling
tickets for Cirque du Soleil,
Casting Crowns, Korn and
Fall Out Boy. Call 542-
3318 for ticket availability
and pricing.


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
their Liberty Cove Recreation
Center for more details,
542-3491.
Jacksonville Barracudas
Trip
Saturday
$2 departs Liberty Cove
at 6 p.m.

Savannah St. Patrick's
Day Festival
March 17-18
$40 includes one nights
lodging and transportation
Sign-up in Liberty Cove
by March 10.


For more information,
call 542-3493.
Free bowling on
Wednesday for active duty
from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe
rental hot included)

Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow
in the dark bowling with
light show and music!
Family Day
Every Sunday
11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and


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Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday
Includes shoe rental
6-10 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
Tomorrow, 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.
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Saturday, 5 p.m. The
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(PG)
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the golf course, please call
542-3249. For Mulligan's,
call 542-2936.
Mulligan's St. Patrick's
Day Celebration


March 17, 5 10 p.m.
Live band, complimenta-
ry food and drink specials.


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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 pam. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332:or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meet-
ings aCre held the second
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive,
Orange Park, Fla. The chapter
also has service officers avail-
able Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with
claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call
269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter'
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library,
22054 Plainfield Avenue in
Orange Park.'For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville


Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired
Department of Defense civil-
ians. For more information, call
778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
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 MOMS Club of Jack-
sonville Orange Park/West-
side holds their business meet-
ing the second Thursday of
each month from 10-11 a.m. at
the Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Angela
Adams at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com ;
The Association of Avia-
tion Ordnancemen's meeting
is held the third Thursday of


From Page 6

A: Yes, eventually theses two offices will
combine with NAS Jax office to form a con-
solidated personal property shipping office,
which will be able to support more cus-
tomers throughout the Southeast Region.
Q: How long will employees need if they
choose. to get counseling at FISC
Jacksonville?
A: Kings Bay and Mayport employees
will need approximately three to four
hours for the move counseling session,
including travel to/from FISC Jacksonville.
The counseling session runs about an hour,
and travel may take one hour each way.
Q: What if a customer does not. want to
use SWM?
A: Since July 2005, Navy Family Support
and NAVSUP has made it mandatory for
most Navy commands to use SWM.
Technical help and support for entitlement
questions is provided.
Q: Will the Mayport and Kings Bay office
closures lower the, quality of HHG servic-
es?
A: No. This reduction in operational
hours will not change any services for cus-
tomers inbound to Mayport or Kings Bay.
FISC Jacksonville already provides these
services.
Outbound customers who are eligible to
use SWM will experience good HHG serv-
ice:
According to surveys, about 90 percent
of SWM customers say they would use
SWM again.
SWM customers do not have to visit a
personal property office for counseling.
They can do their counseling and applica-
tion at their convenience, 24/7, from any-
where with an Internet connection.
For local customers who do not have
easy access to an Internet connection,
FISC Jax has arranged for customers to
use computers at Columbia College, locat-
ed on the second deck of Building 110.
SWM customers have toll-free techni-
cal support at 1-877-962-3365 or by e-mail
at navsup@intellimark-it.com.


each month at 7 p.m. at the
Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road.. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.
com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired Fed-
eral Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Offi-
cers Association holds its
monthly meeting on the fourth
Thursday each month at 5:30
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


SWM customers can call Navy's HHG
Helpline for questions about move entitle-
ments. The helpline is available toll-free at
1-800-444-7789, Monday through Friday, 8
a.m.-7 p.m.
After customers submit an application,
a counselor will respond by e-mail within
six business days.
Customers still can call FISC
Jacksonville with questions.
FISC Jacksonville is taking actions to
mitigate any inconvenience to customers
who choose to travel to Jacksonville:
FISC Jacksonville staff are undergoing
training to answer customers concerns
about the changes in HHG service.
Customers will be provided with driving
directions and parking information.
Customers will be provided e-mail
reminders of their counseling appointment
two days in advance. The reminder will
include guidance on how to prepare for
move counseling and what to bring to the
counseling appointment.
In some cases, FISC Jacksonville should
be contacted directly for HHG services:
CACOs should contact FISC
Jacksonville directly regarding HHG ship-
ments for deceased active duty members.
Members with short fuse orders should
immediately complete SWM counseling
and submit their application. After submit-
ting the application, they should immedi-
ately contact FISC Jacksonville to alert
HHG staff of the short fuse.
For group moves and changes of home-
port, contact FISC Jacksonville directly.
Q: What can I do to ease this transition
for my customers/employees?
A: Encourage customers to submit their
move application using SWM at least three
weeks before their desired move date. If
customers plan to move during the sum-
mer, they should submit their application
four weeks in advance. Refer customers
and their spouses to the SWM Web site at
https'//www.smartwebmove.navsup.navy.mil.
For more information, contact Henry
Bailey at 542-1000, Ext. 102 or Lt. Cmdr.
Michael Johnson at 542-1000, Ext. 103.


FL1-X meets on the first
Wednesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The
"Wingnutts" invite all those inter-
ested in motorcycling and
motorcycle safety. They also
have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley
Avenue at 7 p.m.. every Friday
night. For more information, call
269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The 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 information, 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, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
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Team Navy Jax will be riding again and additional
cyclists are needed to participate in the second annual
Tour de Cure May 20-21. This is a non-profit fund-rais-
ing event sponsored by the American Dia'betes
Association.-
This year's ride will take cyclists from Jacksonville to
Fernandina Beach.
For more information about Team Navy Jax, call
Miriam Gallet at 542-5588. Details about the Tour de


Cure can be found
jaxtour.

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N AS Jacksonville has
established a hotline
for service members,
Department of. Defense
employees, contractors and
their families to call during
an emergency that warrants
evacuation such as a hurri-
cane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-
849-6024 to check in with
the base upon arriving at an
evacuation destination and
to verify if the order to
return to the Jacksonville
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than willing to let us film this video here
iand opened the base up for us. We were
provided security support and everything
we needed," added Carl Bennett, Southern
Regional supervisor for BMT Designers
and Planners and former motorcycle
instructor at NAS Jax.
, The video, titled "That's How We Roll"
was shot Feb. 20 on Perimeter Road where
several motorcycle riders demonstrated a
variety of safety techniques. The next day's
video shoot consisted of several motorcy-
clists and drivers of unique vehicles enter-
ing the NAS Jax Main Gate. From there,
the group headed to a location near the
flightlin where they were instructed to
mingle in the background while two actors
discussed motorcycle safety.
"Hopefully, this video will encourage peo-
ple to ride smart. There has been a high
peak if fatalities of military members in
wrecks since October. Many of these riders
have been between the ages of 18 and 30.
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By shooting this video using Sailors and
their own vehicles, we're hoping it will get
people's attention. It's not just about
motorcycle safety, it's also about those
members who have hot cars and wrap
themselves around telephone poles," stated
Bennett.
And of course, the extras in the film were
more than happy to be involved and show
off their toys. "This is really cool being in
the video and hopefully it'll be seen by the
people who need it the most and they'll
realize that they can have a bike and do
everything everyone else does, just safely,"
said AW1 Lloyd Wood of VP-30. "I've been
riding for 15 years and have had one acci-
dent where I peeled the skin off my entire
right side. I hope everyone who sees this
video will notice that we are all wearing
ballistic jackets and all the protective gear
we can because it might just save their
lives."
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Culinary specialists at base



galley explore new training


Photos by LU1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Chef David Bearl, an instructor at the First Coast Technical
Institute of St. Augustine,, instructs Navy culinary specialists
at NAS Jacksonville's Galley on how to create nougatine, a
delicious concoction made with sugar and almonds.


By LII(SW/AW) Heather
Ewton
Staff Writer
C ulinary Arts expert
Chef David Bearl
from the First Coast
Technical Institute of St.
Augustine paid a visit to
NAS Jacksonville to con-
duct training with Navy
culinary specialists at the
Galleon Galley on Feb 21.
The topic of training was
making sculptures out of
melted, then hardened
sugar. The demonstration
consisted of melting sugar
to a temperature of approx-
imately 315 degrees.
At that point, the sugar
was removed from the heat
and poured into a series of
molds. Bearl then let the
sugar cool and removed it
from the molds to create a
cake stand.
In another aspect of the
training, Bearl melted the
sugar as before and poured
it out onto a wax-type mat


CS2 Ben Armbruster (left) and CS2(SW/AW) Michelle Hoyte of the Galleon Galley practice
pulling portions of sugar t iat will be used to create special centerpiece decorations.


where he allowed it to cool
to a temperature that was
comfortable to handle.
The temperature of the
sugar was hot enough to
remove skin, so Bearl was
very cautious and ensured
that the students took the
correct precautions to keep
themselves safe from any
serious burns.
After the sugar was cool
enough to handle, students
had the chance to pull the
sugar into any shape they
desired and then watch it
harden into a fragile, glass-
like sculpture.
Bearl has been instruct-
ing Navy..personnel on a
regular basis for more than.
14 years. "I love working
with the Navy," he com-
mented. "I have conducted
training in 20 shore facili-
ties, on eight carriers, more
than 25 surface ships, eight
submarines and trained
several of the Capt. Edward
F. Ney Navy Food Service
Award winners. My in-
volvement with the Navy
had provided me with
many rewarding experi-
ences."
The artistic side of this
training wasn't something
you'd normally see in a.
Navy galley. Regional Food
Service Officer, CWO3
Kathy Wiseman stated, "I
want people to know that
being a culinary specialist
in the Navy consists of a lot
more than coming to work
everyday. It's about adding
a touch of creativity to
what we do."
"This specific training
will add a unique touch to
change of commands or any
special function that they
will be preparing for. With
cast or pulled sugar, you
can add ribbons, flowers,
centerpieces and even edi-
ble candies," added Bearl.
The training Bearl pro-
vided the culinary special-


Chef David Bearl, an instructor at the First Coast Technical
Institute of St. Augustine, creates a cake stand during a
demonstration at the NAS Jacksonville Galleon Galley.


ists will enhance what they
already know about culi-
nary art.
"The Navy wants culi-
nary specialists to be
American Culinary Fed-
eration (ACF) certified.
This type of upper level
training will provide them
with the industrial skills to
reach that certification,"
said Bearl.
"The current advance-
ment examinations for the
culinary specialist rating
has been re-written to
reflect some of the ACF
requirements and terminol-
ogy, so the training that we


conduct will prepare these
Sailors for advancement
and help them reach their
ACF certification," he
added.
The culinary specialists
at the NAS Jax Galleon
Galley were responsive to
the innovative and informa-
tive training.
"We are learning some-.
thing new and that's,
always beneficial," corn-.
mented CS2(SW) Octavia
Jones. "This training will.
definitely impact my future
career plans and help me
reach my ACF certification
goals."


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Jax All NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 2, 2006 a 15


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.
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.
Tennis tournament is March 27
A Captain's Cup men and women's singles ten-
nis tournament will be held March 27. The tourna-
ment is free and open to all NAS Jax active duty,
Reservists, and Department of Defense person-


nel. Participants will earn participation points for
their command toward the Captain's Cup and can
earn additional points for finishing first, second or
third place. There will be a separate men and
women's division. The matches will be played at
the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Call the gym at
542-3239 to sign up by March 24.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials 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
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00


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


Intramural Basketball
As of Feb. 24
Team Wins
VS-22 8
VP-30 Staff 11
Naval Hospital Gold 8
NCTS 6
VP-45 8
HS-75 5
AIMD 400 2
AIMD 7
Security 6
VP-5 6
Blount Island 6
Naval Hospital Blue 6
VP-30 Students 4
VP-16 2
MEPS 4
Weapons 3


Standings

Losses
0
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
9
9


VP-62
HS-7
FACSFAC


Greybeard Basketball Standings


Team
VP-30
TPU
VP-16
AIMD
VP-62
CPRW-1 1
NCTS


As of Feb. 24 Feb
Wins Losses
8 1
8 2
5 3
5 4
4 6
1 6
1 8


4-on-4 Flag Football Standings
As of Feb. 24
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 IFT 6 0
HS-75 5 0
VS-22 Gold 3 1
AIMD 5 2
VP-30 Blue 5 3
VP-45 5 4
VP-16 4 v 4
VS-31 3 4
VS-22 Red 1 4
CSCWL 3 5
USCG 3 6
VP-30 Gold 0 6


Vehicle auction planned for March 13-14


.A TA E H IKEJNS W .ICKSOR I O '


he Morale, Welfare
and Recreation De-
partment Auto Skills
Center is sponsoring a
closed bid vehicle auction
March 13-14 from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m.
All vehicles being auc-


tioned have been aban-
doned on base and are
located in the NAS Jax
Impound Lot off Perimeter
Road. They can be viewed
at this location during the
two-day auction. Signs will
be posted directing inter-


ested bidders, to the site. '
The highest bidders will
be notified March 15. They
will have five days to pay
for and remove the vehicles.
For more information, call
Debbie at 542-3111.


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


he NAS Jax Navy
I Marine Corp Relief
Society (NMCRS)
offers Budget for Babies
classes the first and third
Wednesday of each month
to all military personnel
and their family members.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-
ner, helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget
for baby from birth through
College.
SThe 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.


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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
From the mid $200s
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


A serene community, Timber Creek Plantation features an amenities center with a pool, clubhouse, basketball court
and family recreation area. Standard features include fully sodded yards, and options include covered patios, fireplaces and
bay windows. Timber Creek Plantation offers 1- and 2-story homes with up to 3,418 sq. ft. Tour 3 model homes and choose
from 16 floor plans priced from the low $200s. 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 walk-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 homes and choose from 10 floor plans priced from the $180s. (904) 225-1982


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


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 v

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
From the high $200s
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 $10091,
From J.Turner Butler exit Southside
Blvd. heading north appoqx. 4 mi. Left
on Ivey Rd. and immediate right onto
access road to community, on left.
(904) 725-2125 /

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REALTOR Cooperation Welcome. 02006 K 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
--."dsHpo.nr ". 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-
ms. ou 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 Pointe, Timber Creek Plantation ','", ,n:,







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482 Sherwood Oaks 4/2.5/2 2502sf $1295 C S 904- 376 .51 970 73 5 5 0 O l Cl
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front 3BR/3BA LuxurY$ *3 90o4unk710s FED ER ATED0M3M2-GO (473/- W 'aID- eachNA 535R, ,I l Tl' .ii A A CAREER OF
Enda No Junk Fees fir, w/d $1200 38 06 3/2.5/2 1449sf $975 D
Condo.BrandNew i Hrsg Mandarin Bartram Park. (904) 730-8060 4- ORANGE PRK AREA 3/2, 3/2&awn serve, forRpm
Rare Find! All 3 bd *HighestLTV NewV 2/2nearHosit / 2 s. &lawn service. N.-. I.T .... ,:,
rooms see ocean an 100o ean nNopet, resort styPe. ARL 3/2THon lake w/gar Ss 10048 pets. $875/m. :Commercial/ E PN O H R
have balcony access. %Financing $1 25mo. 333-1834 fpl & jacuzzivtub, $1100 SDm. spion ler ees, 9 $875/dep. Call 807-83H ndutra
Pristine no drive beach patio palmtrees, $995 for appt PCs 500 Idusrial
( ~ A ool Deerfield Lakes, o 9047166567 YULEE-Waterfront rental For Sale Get the hands-n skills you need
$998K. (3861299-8777 pl ei Ln. ARLINGWOOD 3/1.5, Ig Small 1 or 2BR or 3de. Co Nsutocabn $19 in Gtoworkaso nillss n
91 Ass s Ln. #2202, kit, fncd bky d, FLrm, PABLO BAY on lake,, water, privacy, close a.NC Store cabin $19,9 i sn
SAN MARCO/ RIVER- 904737.0144 mo.$650e quiet area. 1527 Quante4$B
FRONT -The Alexan- No pets. 800.32 -1324 Rd. $985m. 904233-3065 R,3 BA, fp, $1995 A1A.Great commute to Both Zoned Commercialo s e .
dria -2/1, 1000sf, furn, www.acafla.com M'BURavines on golf BCHS/N. HAMPTON 4/3 mo 904-273-0125 AKings Bay O Maypo wePc: 91.9-693-8984 1or
$36 k. 904-607-7123 crse. 2/2.5, gar, 2story 8 4 aap acM N 4/ 3n V r3/2 c s 90 3 -4 2 Down t wn Re ran
SS -2/2 ar Ig porch, Licensed Mortgage gated comm cbl, trash 834SagaonackDr.9 Welaka, FIa5, Cleared li"Fl- ch efromrf 'l.fale-NEWI.n
ond view, 1100sf, close Lender # L00000547767 pickup, lawn maint incli. 3cgarf on gof crs352, NE5 20 mins from ocean
to A v e 's. $ 1 6 9 ,9 9 9 $1050m 904-535-5799 2813 sf,3w ay split irp lan xj,,j $1950/m o, 1900sf, 1.3ac. 3 f. 5ra r.-rH s e.
$1750m.49 4-249-4335 3 r garage comm. 3 r $2 9 9m 3t l 0n
551-4080 ATTENTION INVESTORS!! ORTEGA 2/2 + loft water p ool, no pets call .-"-iii'- li'i" ,3!. n- dT,*lh
ERO BEACH FL lovelyLet me makeCyourlob front $975 mo. pool, CLAY CO -Greenwood 913-3047155 i l
2V/ fBuHkL.ly u8whoeasined Call me tOday gyi, s apples, wd firs, Estates 4/2, CH&A, 193 '''.iitI-,,l0. n
overlooking 18 whole alspo s best ine tment Call Matt 338-7586 E n eIm/ V w s/ For S ale Wrii. ir e I rj,,- s, lut,
golf course. Move n toas possible. Expect dep 993-5511 culdesac, comm. pool,
condo. Bring tooth brush to double your inven- ORTEGA RIVERFRONTr" grt Schls, am. pets.ok":IArll -
tory. Financing avail. Luxury 2/1.5,Prem. Kit, Deerwood Country Club $1800m. 9042739549 C "'=" - l
and callh251-978-5533 904-208-8930. W/D, Pool, Gym, Gated, 4/2.5 LR, DR Eatnkit fplRCAR WASH Fuh15er..,e ,,. ., .n,
apptc2 75AINew. Nopeta/lNS newly renov, lakefront RAVINES REAL ESTATE m~ r W .In Br .r
3 $110Omo. 904-384-7661 $1995m+dp. 904.504-7219 GOLF/COUNTRYwCLUB Dan Joneate,,l., aJneO .. '.:
60 t2/2, icl w/rent: pool, new apple spotless, eat-in&kit+dnerm,2car (904) 757-3466 AulomotiveEngine
Rd/es Resort Commu- tennis, fitness ctr $1095. tmo sec. refs, gar..& golf cart gar. www.ERADANJONES.com Installation Franchise. "f-
JASPER/TIMER LAKE.5w/chid care. cbI DSL no pets 904-249-4173 $1i95/mo.904210-6062 Hvy vol. PossibleOwner
AC lake front, 3Y2, w/ Club Golf Course t. .e904-381-1937
reat rm. Listed prie Lake. Phase 1 closeout tion Rent/Lease option/ GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Townhomes, and
189,900. Derek owner / New phase home sites ICW -Avanti Condos Sale 4/3.5 2800 sqft 3 New Townhomes Condominiums Odfice Space
A C3-1433 g. For info call 2/2 w/solarium $1075, All amen incl 375-6000 3/2 & 3/2.5 units, furn.
oru r .gixerU3pe& m$800sec. March Free GREEN COVE SPRINGS 1ts For Rent
B 7e65F C P rm kitchen, 2 car ear, + $500 -$2500
1Manufactured N'SIDE, Fixer UpperS. Jennifer'broker91789789 Silver Creek, new 4/2. golf cart storage. No In the AAArlington Expressway
SHomes 2/1 5131V, cov'd porch, fp,$1250mo pet from $1295-$1500. Nice Affordable Idlv.
___ 1306 Rushing St. PV 2bdrm condo con- Avail now 47;7694 LEDANIELL REALTYINC. Following Areas. offc's&Small Building
www.adfhomescom veniently Ioc on AIA in 264-1121 OR 699-5251 Northside 725-0556 / 591-3027
904.768-3324 607-8745 Ponte Vedra at Sum- ICW/GIRVIN Cul de sac,
TIMBERTRACT15.00OAC mer House Condos. Lrg fncd yrd, Lakeview, SAN MARCO 1814 Perry San Marco
Beautiful Gated West- newly rehov. w/new 3/2 1932sf. hwflrs$1495 PI. 3bNr laundry rm, SaMarc
side comm. new&used -Merchantable& carpet, paint and m +dep. 904-629-4995 appi, ch/a, Call Amelia +ie B r 0 f
2 & 3 br hms. Fin avail Pre-Merchantable appliances. 2br/2ba. on 534-4771 551-2036 'Arlinon
CAll &et Ann735Timer. $1900 per acre. 2 level overlooking s CW $1300MO. SAN MARCO 4/2 19B0sf n teosa W
4 ClarknlnvestmentPrp green on Oakbritdgebec .V .SInterCoastal West
DUVAL, CLAY. & NASSAU 850-224-1854 golf course. This is tne 904-472-3614 CH/A Renov kit Mstr JTB & PHILLIPS
Land Homes Packages! WHOLESALE PROPERTI best deal atthe beach ste, 2 fplc hdwd fr gar Westside Starting at $325, utils
s9o Down $595 Month OLearnLReEt.Investin renting for $995 for ICW West 3/2 1450sf on fnd yd $2000m 673-1650 Julington Creek included.
LCLr3 Real estate good renters only Call ake/culesac. 2 cargo Call Rod 343-8922
IT'S FREEI 9045-39950463 im at 904-509-3947 w/opener. $1000mo SAN PABLO BCH Intra-
___1_____[__r__1_1 PVB 1 month FREE $1000dep Call 707-6277 coastal UNF Mayo Clinic SAN MARCO S9UARE
wIth March 1st Fletcher, 4/2 + office, CALL 757-3466 SFuRnisn uow
Call Sandy 695-2255 Miscellaneous move-in! NEW 2/2 in 5 JAXRBCH. 3/2 in Riptide. $1650mo 904-899-2892 FOROUR Furnished 3 window l U &
LAND / HOME PACKAGESSsort -4No pets A l. Fenced. SOUTH OP/Bear Run 3/2 RENTAL SPECIALS work area + kitchen 1i
24 YRS EXP.$00DWN. HOMES N'SIDE.FORECLOSURE Available April. 226-1250KitEui FenceNJONEScom w/computers,e phones -
OF MERIT 477-4225OR EMAIL 3bed, $4,200! PVB Access to ocean JCPRiversideTN. gar, VANSA DT RE 389-3540 &internet,
JONNSALESW8ELLSOUT7.NET AS is. For Listings 1/1 w/garage, 1st floor, 2mstrbr/2.Sba Gated. ,2 HOUSE FOR RENT Call Bob 476-3798
800-749-8124 xl002 $950. Terry 904,31a.963S All JCP amenities. 6 4 br/2ba, near schools,
12 D les id0 Real Estate PBBellezaSUTTON LAKES Kernan Blvd. 645- 6929, up to 1300sf. $13 psf full
onn1.53acesait390new appls,all amen, pet KERNAN/GIRVIN 1129S Hendon Dr. 254-4574, $1350 svc. Ut Is. & Janito r a ncl
$980 Down. $749 Mo. ok $1050o. Move In Ashley Woods, ICW, LAKEFRONT 3/2 ren t
Save$Thousands'. oSpecial52-201-7065 l2200s5t.5/2, built 2004 2cgar, lovely screen APTS& HOMES -For LOking f pp r unity f
CALLv(904)T291hou 7isandsELO!BUYS lakefrnt, fenced patio, sep. din.,rg statingat $550 in the
Obackyrd, spinkler system, eatnkit' cozy fpl mstr Jax & O.P. area.
HOUSES CASH !AN DIEO CBR w/2 walk- n-closets, Zenith Realty 215-0676
Any cond, handyman, i front available $395/mo,50 dep. (PCs) uxu oking
HOUSfire damaged,SH Ap O Sal O dep21 (91S) tub in mstr bath. AWESOMEZ2/2lWESTSIDE a
We can finance you on distressed, vacant or per month. 561-7904143 LAKE ASBURY Avail immed. $1395m ch&a, WD Hkps, Fenced
any new, used or reo occupied, ANYWHERE, or email 1853 Creekview 202-277-2775 Yard, Gar, Nice N'Hood
McHause we own the ANY CONDITION... .axharrer@yahoo.com 4/2/2 1820sf$1100 Near Park & Cassat.
bank. Call 695-2255 Apts/comm'l/residential SOUTHSIDE 2br/2ba NEW FEDERATED MGMT GROUP SOUTHSIDE Rent7+ Deposit. No Pets
NO DEAL TOO BIG or Rent0+4Deposit.-No8Pets
MOVING!MUSTSELL! TOOSMALL!! Ref./ W&D/pool/fit- (956)730.8060 The Montreaux g and a 1 Year Lease. Look nofurtherthanAOLl Wetake care olouremployeesl
3/2, 16005F+ Over Acre Quick closings or ness/no assc. fee/great LAKE ASBURY Deerwood Lake CALL TODAY993o1114 550 Business
and a Half. Won't last!.904-G626-te636- $0/oonGa. ter,0 r-54ou Silver Creek Sub 8550 Touchton #134 Opportunities
$695 apealf.Wonth.s 90-c$100/mo. 904-545-1590on2Gate Pkw 2/1 1120sf $995 $500 Down U OWN 555 Distributorships/
Call Mr. Bradley 904- 813- 5253 SOUTHSIDE -3/2, fncd 3/2/2 1500 $995 DERATED MM GROUP all areas EZ Qualify Franchises
8741862 or 291-3100 bkll gartile thru-out, FEDERATED MGMT GROUP (904)730.8060 Call the Hotline 388-1208 560 Financial Services rt" .. "
MUSTSELL3BR2BA, 400GI Apartments $Eno.+dep. (956)730.8060 SPRINGFIELD 2/1 56 Money to Lend A O L
D/W and Land Home. 40 Furnished Call 268-0761 MAND 3/1, W/D, Lg yard, remodeled, FrPI, Hrd Manufactured or Borrow
Stainless Steel Appl. SOUTHSDE Beautiful 3/2 w/shed. Quiet neighbors Wd Firs, Irgyd. $750m & 425 Homes 570 Mortgages Bought We/comes Mt/rypersone/(
Great Jacksonville Loca- Condo at Avant. Great Ioc. $950/mo. No $500 dep 904-334-1774 andmesS0M ortgagesBou ht........
tion Little Down, Easy SAN MARCO 1/1, Corp. 3591S. Kernan Blvd. pets. GHSA904.529-8022 SS-1 Year Old Town- ARGYLE 3/2's &4/2's
Finance ng, WonL t D Last! furn/unfurn, util ,linens, Near everything!
CALL JOHN 291.0716 242-0200 287-4375 Mand 3/2, 1850sf, fncd Home 3/2 all apple, scm DW on prvt lot. $750.$900
yd, backs to preserve, prch, gar, gated, pool, ShindlerCoveSubv Business P F 'l i.jI If& l-rli 1-7 "l -.i.- Tr4)rir',
newer immaccond, new $1265mo. 904-386-4052 Call Greg 376-5190 550 Opportusnitess, ipreli.li' i.,'jl, hi I.rll-l i-1 L I

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710 Industrial/
rades
BACKHOE / tRENCHER
OPERATOR NEEDED -
For underground,
experience nec.
703-2500 or 259-4277
CARPENTER
FRAMING EXP W'slde,
Argyle, Macclenney &
OP areas Tool Is &
transp. a must. 759-2875
__F li ~


Framers Tor residential
framing & axp'd per-
son for Punch Out.
W'slde Loc 904-591-8475
or 904-251-4340
Carpenters
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
* Health benefits
* Paid Holidays
Paid vacations
* as allowance
* 40plushrs/week
* Company T-shirts
* Quarterly Bonus
program
Ca 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
CONCRETE FINISHERS,
EXPERIENCED.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
Call 786-4999
CONSTRUCTION SITE
CLEANUP & Demolition
Equipment Operator
needed, Full-time.
786-5503
DIRECT SATELLITE
INSTALLERS
Exp with cable, electri-
cal, construction or
carpentry may apply.
Must use own truck/
van/SUV...we pay for
gas and materialsJax
area. Great Payl Call
866.312.2932.
DISPATCHER/OFFICE
Will train,
Apply in person
9020 Cocoa Ave
DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER, PIPELAYER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE

Class A CDL Req.
Exp Ne. benf SIGN ON
BONUS 904-940-1226
DRYWALL HANGERS
METAL FRAMERS
JOURNEYMAN &
APPRENTICES
Great Pay & benefits.
Steady work DRUG FREE
Immediate opens
387-4471 or 387-3972


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 @9
321-377-1353 (Plumb-
ing knowledge and/or
experience would be
helpful)

needed ASAP. Skilled
mechanics & journey-
men for commercial
work In Jax. Must have
tools & transportation.
Great pay & benefits.
Contact Greg Wolf @
407-468-4236.
Quinco Electrical
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS with commercial
exp only for Local
project. Drug testing
req'd. 813-376-5429
Finish grader operators
Exp'dfor Ace Construc-
tors growing site con-
tractor/road builder in
the JAX area Com-
petitive salaries &
wages. Exoe. benefits.
Fax resume to Field
Office (904) 726-5991 or
call (904) 726 5990

w/ clearing experience.
Benf,'comp wage SIGN
ON BONUS 904. 940-1226
LOG SCALER/ANALYST
Prefer 2-year degree
with Forestry or Busi-
ness Managemept. We
are an EECC, Drug free
workplace. 401K,
health/dental/life
insurance, paid holi-
days/vacations. Apply
at Gilman Building
Products. 6640 CR 218.
Maxv, le. FL or fB a ,
resume (904)289 7736
MAINTENANCE TECH
Blount Island Vehicle
Processor seeks ver-
satile exp'd naint psn
to perform variety of
mairt task: req some
exp in electrical.
plumbing, welding /
fabrication. basic
mechanical skills. Hrs
M F 6:30 3:00. ExC Ben
silts. Fa work history
to10 904 751 5239 or call
HR at 904 751 5720.
PAINTERS Experience &
transoortatior, a must. New
construction custom
homes. No track paint
ers. Call Bruce 778 3720
PAINTERS
ith Comm'i & resd'l
exo. tools & ira3nsp
632-0500 DFWP
PLUMBERS, HELPERS,
TRAINEES
Great pay.
Applh in person
9020 Cocoa Ave

Journeman $28.57.,hr
Sublourner man $20/hr
Apprentces il6.9.'nr +
Helpers (no esp) 9/hr
All post ncl pa health
care & retirement
866 398 1838or 61 6747
STUCCO
Latners. Plasterers,
Framers lor Ja< Bch Job
Costa Verano. Ist &
12th Ate S : IC. Gibson
Plastering 904 908 9573

711 Marine
711 Trade
MARINE SURVEYOR- For
Autocomm Inc. Higrnly
motmated .orlk.ers
at the Port Ot
Jax. Blount Isi. Age ci
20-30hr wk. .Staring
pay of $8/hr ia resume
to: 904-757-6114 or
emaliblourntislandia-
autocomm.com

712 Mechanic


I 2 ,#ears experience
Orange Park location
competitive hrly rate +
crtm. Call 215 0212
AUTO TECH
Needed. 2Busy locations
5 days. great pay & bnfts
DFWP. Regency 646-4000
MandarIn 260-3438.



New Oakleaf
Plantation Offide
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
loin Ine a1 ReaI Estate
Cc In la We .-,ill team
you the sercrets 0r
,ucceisI License class
begins soon 421 7610

Biding Reoi.Mi Plants
Eec pay abeneilts
Fax to 904-482-0725 or
email ktaylor-ttlnlty-
materlals.com

Minimum 5 ,esrs eipe.
rience ir. purc'ha sing
cor.t ructc.n materials
for Re-dlitfK company
Excellent pa, i. Deneil(s
Please submit resume to
ktaylor.lrlnltymaterh-
44s.7om or fax to


904-482-0725

720 Medical.
BILLING MANAGERIAL
ior racial 1wastic Sur-
er. orfic, in Neptune
tacn Fa> resumes
904-781 6207
FRONT DESK
Riverside area Heavy
phones. e.p oref'd:
Please lax resume
904 388 4-U5
PHYSICIANS ASST
fcgr GI ph-.s ician in
Orange Park area E C
sal3r & bene its
Please lfs 90.J 86 14.-15


723 Dental
RECEPTIONIST FT
for busy dental office.
dental& computer exp.
Fax res. 904-721-6151 or
call 904-724-6321

725 Offrce/
725 Clerical


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

ATTORNEY OFFICE
- Downtown. Clerical
work, ph work, prepar-
ing legal documents PT,
flexible AM or PM hrs,
Bilingual Spanish a plus.
Fax resume to Janeene at
904-355-1126

Professional/
730 Personal
Services
BARBERS/STYLISTS
Mgmt Oppt'les. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
Clientele provided.
SUPERCUTS
Orange Pk 272- 5115
W'slde 786-3547
Jax Beach 273.2888
Regency 723-3713;
Atlantic/Kernan 565-2210
Mandarin 268-3007
HAIR STYLISTS
Best pay plan in Jax. Ins
& benefits. No clientele
needed. Intracoastal
area 220-2012


745 Sales

COPIER SALES
Sissine's Office Systems
Is expanding our sales
staff. Authorized full line
dealer of Ricoh, Kyocera
Copystar.- Need motivated
& enthusiastic reps. Base
+ Comm Auto Cell *
Medical Bonuses *
Training. Send Resume to
Fax # 739-0545.
Email sam@slssines.com
FLORAL
MERCHANDISER
to work In national retail
store must live In east
Jacksonville no floral
experience necessary
1-800-275-6867
IN-HOME SALESPERSON
Straight comm. Must
be extremely orga-
nized, self starter. Prior
In-home sales exp a
plus. Fax resume to
Attn. Mike 565-8496
Loan officers needed for
mtg lender
$1K signing bonus,
Smkt provided,
base/commission
experienced only,
benefits and 401k,
Fax resume to 726-0438
or call 726-9038.

MANAGER TRAINEE
B2B Sales experience
Great benefits. Bonus.
877-445-7341.
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,O00-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

750 ETechnical/
SEngineering

COPIER TECH
Sissines Is expanding.
Authorized full line
dealer of Kyocera Copy-
star, Ricoh. Need expe-
rienced copier techs w/
drive for success.
Computer knowledge a
plus. Salary- Benefits-
Phone-Auto. Join our
winning team. Send
Resume Fax # 739-0545
Email joe@slssines.com

753 "Security
Work TPC, NCAA
Tournament Get Paldl
CSC, the event manage-
ment leader, Is hiring
energetic Individuals
foryear-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

FURNITURE;

ASSEMBLY.
This lentryI lcvel
position offers gr:at
opportx nltl"I undliue ruiiSful-
retail. G, Hlla i

700 -.5. BlndayO:
petdOrenoe Pat-

MAINTENANCE
ACFT Charter Co in St.
Aug. seeks motlvateo
el starter to work in
iast paced environ-
ment Snilfts vart.
General nangar maint.
& cleaning. grounds
upkeep. ACFT wash.
A\,atlon uel experi-
ence a plus $32hr
benefits Fax I page
resume' to 904
827 1399.ref lob# 0123

PEST BEAR
A natl. pest control co. is
seeking self motivated
, ambitious sales reps
to nelp grow our cus.
tomer base
We offer:
* Paid training
- Salary comm.
n Auto allowance
S401Kplan
* Comianr benefits
* Aoa. opportunltJ
SGresat work ens.
We are one o0 tne fast-
est groLing co in our
inoustr- and are look.
ing to hre several rep,
immediately Please
call Jiaco. 904613 2497
oetween lOa 9p EOE
PEST CONTROL
No e, niring Technicians.
good pa & great ben-
eflit. All training Incl.
no e.sp req'o.
Apply in person Mon-Frl.
Peninsular Pest Control,
2609 Phyllis St. Jax. Fi
Ionf Siockton exit &1 I 10)
Drug Free work place


Needed tO work at local
Retail stores. No exp.
req'd. training provided.
UPTOSI'HRS
Immediate openings
rFTPT I 800-491 8045
830 Child
8 Care
HOME DAYCARE
LOCATED OFF
l OF 9A. ALTA DR.
LICENSED. BILINGUAL
OPEN 6:45a 5:10p.
TaKING AGES 13 26 MO.,
MONIQUE ..-. 751 0927
SLicensed Child
Care, Infant to
toddler, conve-
niently located
across from NAS Hablo
Espanol. call Ana
573 0879

876 Paiuling/
Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No -,.b to small.
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509 6242

894 Maseage
* AMBIANCE SALON -
Wno not ir, a COupl-s
or DouOles Massage'
In Aut ali areas 1Mr1629
Tn-r rapist needed 272 71h5


Support
your m.iiay




For Classafed Adiersri g.
call 904-366-6300.
0o l.800-25&4637.

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Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
20 Buslness/Office
922 Collectablesand
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
946 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
a0Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or lTrade



902 Appliances
G.L 5 cycle dryer,
1. years old, $125,
.l great condition,
call 285, 3014
SKenmore Gas Dryer
$ great condltl
$100 call 807-6587


902 Appliances
A MAYTAG
WASHER/DRYER
super capacity
2 yrs, $250 2786007
SRefrigerator
Sand stove good
condition ,
both for $300,
call 904278-983,
StaInless Steel
Skitchen-aid aqua
SI sense water fl-
tration system,
refrlderator new sell
for $900 269-,9527
Washer & Dryer, Exc.
cond* suer capacity
$200 bot h398-3001
Washer and Dryer.
O Great condition,
S Call 904.277- 3432
SWasher and Dryer,
great condition
277- 3432
901 Articles
J For Sale

4, A/C WINDOW UNIT
SFRIDGIDAIRE FROM
S I F SEARS, 1 YR OLD $190.
STROLLER EDDIE
BAUER, GOOD CONDITION,
$40,641-5059
Aluminum dia-
mond plate lock-
S Ing utility/storage
b ox for small to
medium p/us, excel-
lent condition, $95 obo,
912-882-1052
BLACK FIBERGLASS
S COVER FOR 1994,
( PRESENT FULL SIZE,
DODGE RAM,
PICKUP, L.W.B, $600,
912-882-1374/912- 674. 3594


905 Articles
S For Sale

Bandsaw 14" Delta
-/ Heavy Duty, Cast
Iron all original
books Included,
excellent condition.
Very heavy duty. Orl-
glanI owner. Evenings,
Mike 912729
4 BOYS BMX BIKES
(2),20 Inch tires,
tL shape-0.00 for
both, 620o- 9387
r BRASS INLAY ROCK-
S ING CHAIRS & DROP
S LEAF, SECRETARIAL
DESK, $800 OBO,
912-882.1374
SConlices with
i Mauve custom
made drapes
attached. Fits
paladlum windows
84"X48". 272.6213, after
6pm, sheers Included,
$200
Drill Press Crafts-
/ man 6hp, 16gal
S| shop vac, 2 elect,
hot water heaters,
30 gal. new gerber toi-
let, 245.4461
ELECTRIC EDGER
BLACK & DECKER
LIKE NEW $0.00

4 ELKAY LUSTERTONE
Double bowl kitchen
4 sink 18.-gauge stain-
less steel self rim,
22x37,8 inch bowl depth,
$100,269-1478.
A FISH TANK 75 gal.
S$180 couch and
Love seat, $200, golf
club set R/H top-
26s2192


905 Articles
9 For Sale
4,Gas powered golf
cart, $950 call
S 912-729-1585
SHelium Tank 4ft,
H 8In. with Ballon
S adapter, $100
912-576-7175, will
deliver If needed
HOT TUB FOR SALE
S$1000, obo. New
pick. up haul
away for details call
Mellssa, 904- 434- 7418
4, Kenmore Washer
and Dryer,
i\f $50,7441794, 16ft,
Jon boat, 75 hp,
evinrude tilt, trim
trailer trolling motor,
$2500. 7441794
4 Kerosene Heater,
S22,300BTU, new in
Sbox, never lit, new
rice, $140, sell for
$85, 904 269- 2152
KInko (15) Win-
Sdows, & (2) Doors,
I bronze color, all
have screens, all
for $500 obo, Lou,
284-0536
LARGE OCATAGON
BIRD CAGE, 6FT. TALL
.L WHITE, GREAT CONDI-
TION, TOM 276-4264,
$200, OBO
4, LEFT BEHIND SERIES,
SSET OF TWELVE BOOKS,
I EXCELLENT CONDITION,
7 HARDBACK, 5 SOFT-
BACK, $35, 904 781. 7076
MARBLES, 25 YEAR
COLLECTION, APPROX
| 1850, NEVER GONE
"L THROUGH, SOLD AS
LOT ONLY, $100 904-781-7076


905 Articles
9 For Sale
A Microwave
Over.the Stove, GE
spacemaker, black
30 In, $75 Elkay
Lustertone kitchen
sink, 18-gauge stain-
less self-rIm, 22x37,
$50,269%1478
4, Piano baby grand,
beautiful walnut
Sm finish, with bench
made In USA, $5000
obo call anytime,
904-616-9361
POOL ABOVE GROUND
S41 deep, 18 ft round,
1 plus accessories.
Needs liner.
$500 obo, call 904- 221- 7045
4, POOL TABLE 3.5 X 7,
SSLATE TOP W/ACCE-
,tSORIES, BALL RETURN,
GOOD CONDITION,
MOVING, MUST SELL, $450
OBO, 375- 0309/476- 7337
4, Prom dresses (2)
Beautiful size 18 &
S1. I 20,1 dress Is
balck/white. The
other is pink & blue.
Worn once,
call Roni 912- 729-6776
Queen Comforter Set.
SJewel tones, custom
i |made. Cornice boards.
All for $65.00 Call
before 8pm please 269-1478
SLEEPER SOFA HUNTER
GREEN SEALY POS-
I R TURE MATRESS, $180,
DRAGONFLY REMOTE
CONTROL CAR, FLIPS TURNS
TOUGH, $40,641-5059
Sofa, loveseat set,
S daybed with
| trundle, dell com-
Sputer, small stereo,
13" TV video camera
call 904-477-9026


$


905 Articles
For Sale
.. Sofa HIde-A-Bed
, $200 OBO. Bed
i/headboard and
dresser $400 OBO
Computer table chair
$200. 16 9361 Jeff
25 pieces, ten




CHAIR, ONLY WEIGHS
18 LBS, FOLDS LIKE
LAWN CHAIR, EXCEL-
LENT CONDITION,
$40, 904- 781- 7076
4, Treadmill $1o00, 4X6
trailer $300, Riding
Y lawn mower $300,
small freezer $60.2
bakers racks $100, 1997
plcku $5500.
(9041 724 7352
A to Z You can save
up to 90% on every-
thing nowl 358-2265
or 259-2292

912 Building
Supplies

n Windows, Vinyl,
/ double hung,
tlf (2) 24x6o, '" cost $650,
sell $500,276i7042

92o Business/
Office

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


922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry
COACH like new
handbags, soho denim,
obo, w/tags,
$85, suede and leather,
hippleflaps $8 $99,
714"199
COLD FEET, 1/3 CARET
Sold soltare diamond,
t never worn, paid,
.$700, asking $500,
call 491 7996
VALENTINE'S DAY
Jewelry- Ross- Simons
diamond drop ear-
Srings $140,25ct dia-
mon dandeller, pendant
$125, more, call 714.1995

928 Electronics

S JL AUDIO 500
I amplifier w/2
i kicker competition
UR 12.5' soeakers,
in 28"x13.S" box, new
$750, now $400
& SAS BAZOOKA
BASS TUBES 2x",
100 OOwar and
pioneer TS. 1011
2x4" coaxial two. way
All $150, 682525
SSony 36" television
SFD Trinitron Wega
S Flat CRT with
matching sony
stand, like new condi-
tion ,$450 obo, 880 7008
.Q Thunder 5500

box, at cap,
$700 firm, 337.-4932
TV, 14 In. RCA color,
flat screen. Sleep
timer w/remote,
S looks/works great,
$60.268-2482


928 Electronics

TV 61" HDTV JVC
HD-ILA WIde-
screen retails for
$4699.95, sale
$3000.6 me old,
904 641 5059
945 Garage
Sales
Arl. Multi Family Salel
Sat. 7:30-2' Lots of stuff.
3928 Chestwood Ave.
ATLANTIC BCH
Sat. 2/18, tools,
f0 turn, hsehold, 2195
Cypress Landing
Drive, Cypress Cove,
before off base housing
Atl Bch 3 Family Sale|
Antiques collectable
320 First SM. Sat. 8am.
A= Flemn& Island
S S Opry Bluff Blvd.
SCommunity Yard
Sale, off CR 220.
Many Homes, many
Items, Saturday
March 4th, 8 2pm
HUGE GARAGE


bdrm, dinrm set, furni-
ture and much more
Sat. 11 Feb 06'
4 HUGE MOVING SALE
SATURDAY 8-3PM
SASHLEY WOODS, 12409
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Huge Yard Sale
- Saturday March
I 4th 8am until 2pm,
6749 LenOx Ave.
Jax. GREAT PRICES
Mandarin Sat. 6am-3pm
Community Fund Rais-
ing. 4096 Ferrarra St.


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904-425-4929


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Services BUELL XBLAR 1203 AUDI TT QUATTRO JAGUAR X-TYPE, SCION XB 2006, XB,
S'SIDE MOVING SALE YORKIE PUPS 1M/1F, C, CC, 3900 mi, red '01. 225HP, silver/ t 30 SEDAN LEASE, 1 am/fm/cd. auto,
Sat & Sun Sam-5pm, POP, Shots, very v- $great shape war- $1,9 /months, a/c, p, pw,'excel- a5 CHEVROLET FORD F-150 '99,66K mi,. (LTOYOTA 4RUNNER
5514 Manfields P. able & playful. AKC, 1 ranty, $75o, call black Ithr.9,9 black leather, lent condition, PICKUP97'swb Triton 4.6 V PS 5PB AT '05 LTD. Leather,
5514 Maneds FORSALE* $1000ea. 904-655-3408 7578118 after5pm LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE navigatonCD, keyless $17,500, 835572ATA, uacab AC, $7800 firm 2468528 CD, fullyequipped,
"W'slde Multi Family Sale Pre-fender Jackson or 904-220-7870 998-0012 memory, seat wood anytime whiteV 7K miles,
k Sat 3/4; 7a-11a; 1186 Performer. 24 fret .O HARLEY DAVIDSON package Xenon lights. white, nice work truck, FORD F350-'06, 200 miles only 19,000 miles.
Hickory Cove 32221. neck 2 Jackson single 04', rain, less BMW325'03 Only 6415059 904SUZUKI SW272- 7352 dually, turbo diesel, ext $29,995
rC,_ collpickupsandIi th 1TkmIIes. 35,000mi.$24,880UZK WIFT5059 2000,cab auto, loaded, LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
a Yard Sale Seymour Duncan .1t garage kept, $15K, LEXUS OF JACK- KIA RIO 2001 auto 4 38 mpg, 72k, auto,$hite, 34,000
S Multi-Family Sat- Invader Double coil call Mick, 904 771-9743 air, cd, new tires. runs great 4 Che Blazer '01 C-904-371-0783
1 urday pickup. Veryhot!!! e SONVILLE 998-0012 t needsneenne, ob6169361, any Runs great, cruise H 278-9640 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SRS,
ik L 8"m- pm,1206 F oyd Rose speed -- Harley Davidson $600 orbestoer, time before 8pm control, power 71989 202, GOLD, TAN
12066 oader tremolo 1980, FLH runs and BMW 3251 '06 Fully ca2623924 steerin, power GMC Z"71 -l CLOTH, 60K MILES,
carl26 4steecr c we n-MCZ-71tl 18, c, NICE,$20KO0O,
Snchase rve Ja, w/locking nut. Pile of 2 a looks great rage equipped. only all TOYOTA A brakes, e ectric win- 197K m les T0I
Hawkins Cove skulls custom paint kept, 3,000 es. $34,480 LEXUS ES 300 2001 TOYOTAAVALON dows & locks, air t lt cruise 4wd, 00
Development sku b c Csoe l add et -equiped.$0.ES300000C r 8114
Not.tCasencimprtd. $50 25 0tiquesbCa904si2"-4210s,after 5 XLS '02. Fully conditioning, all new sprain bedliner,
P Dee t s.CBase iudedX. Transportation 904DFL21 a Lter LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE V6,sunroof, their, (LEXUS O NO *tool "c TOT So A rT
0 H E aLORE Not an Import. $500. C30pm 998-0012 l all power, ecd eupped. $14,980 tires. Ready to go tool box outstanding TOYOTA SEQUOIA LTD
291HUTESAleE13DlSV Buesschangermm $L osaanywhereyou want. condition, $4000 Chls '04. LTD, TV/DVD fully
A uNTr GAO Call RichardS 1T700 WAviation N A Si o Og 77K 6 kIECKSONVILLENAsking $10000 obo. 7297894od
This Sat & Sun Have 565- 1703o rB HARLEY. DAVIDSON/ CDaBMloC aCONVded,0,mma t 998-0012e son r ns *T
SYour Garage Sale at a20 oats 01', 1200 Sportster, 998-0012 Call 7728197 Leave a C Z71 Truck ext. $30,975. Call 389-7700
SThe Market Place! 0Sailboats h8915 ml, back with '04. Only 30,000 mi LEXUS ES 300-'03, like message Q n LE R Tr pwr
o7059Ramona, 786-FLEAt T 4 Swlngstar7Drumsg1210gS eBoate ave ag4esGMcab71 Tr
Ramon786-FLEA 1215 Boat Dockage & redn stripes Like new! $39,840 newallupgrades, 35k TOYOTA CELICA GT2000 accsoes, auto- TOYOTA SEQUOIA
ompM set,. 4 Rentals Looks adn runs like LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE m, 1 owner, under spd Very clean, runshe Full loaded matic,red/gray,
HTBDL W-" cal 9 1W585 do Marine Equipment ne. Wdshield ND5 998-0012 warrty $24K 415-1779 great w/coldA/C. Sun- 03', many extras,n l 4 09 ask]in$5900 t /crAo o
MAsRo Sn areT, 41 nd Suppliesn Dyna seat w/ back rest roof new tires and Iptionsnew, ANGL $S tv/vcr, towingV
a.9d 7L rear pes, engine BUICK LeSABRE LEXUS ES300 '03 Enkei wheels TRD options new, ca ll904 A 8090 packaAge.3rdrDow seat-
S L n Sporting 1230 RVs and Supplies guards, &ugage rack, 94LIMITED, loaded Beautiful car, very clean, exhaust 84k mle. moving, $15 HONDA CR ES 05 ng, luggage rack, 92k
9 M u rra y M 9 8 u G o o ds h 1 3 S 0 V M 0o o l s/M in ieo3 2 T D $7 0 ,9 4 K se 9 x h u st 8 4 mell 500s BoN900, a 9 W I 2
Qn Glovy Builow To StMtiller/ 7 deition Ca$4 2 6 05 3 A t eG s boassiGAAs KEPT,282 CRON now.21 7 3 7700exellent cond., $23,975. Call 38 new $1,995 ,700
push mower, rear GB HD BLACK ROAD- $3600,771-Fullyladednew! $21,980 Toyota Tacoma
P a 19 B pme L 3 Austoroyes/ i,0. 0L e us 3 2001 S TOYOTA n SONV 4 tr4 y eylo LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE tE SR O01' *6L auto
wheels. 3 medium shorty wet 1305Auto Brokers Alarm, cruise, EF, CADILLAC CTS' 04 6, sunroof, Convertible oons new uble ca 695
S $50 278.600 srit crrirmson on 1OAuto Parts many extrased i CeAM nL L o leather, all pow er on ert l miles, non- smoker,


$50. 2783w-w 60 skla 2,/i m m5 1315 Vanto Rnt/Lese ma s 10a e pF a or Silvro2, 0 ony rTUt al power, mFt $2ONqE 06 g
black, T/1 mm M132 Auto Rent/Lease garage kept, Fin. avail, miles. $24,890 00 6 cd changer, 77k Only 40,000 miles. $33,000 must seil H ONDA ELEMENT '03. $14,900, 904-797-2806
STroy-Built Tiller 6 density, $4 68 252 1 t US OFJACKSONVILLE miles, $15500 Like new! $14,995 moving, $15,900, Outstanding condition,
I H.P. rear tires, with OLEX T 1335s cAutomobiles ND F U 9 E 9041 2251923 LLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE D26927 gloaded,Priced to sell TO a
' A Ha u mrrower, 2 BOWFLEX XLT N T3SoAutosb s HD FLHTC ULTRA9 2000t Z 998-0012 -0 T quick$14,775.CL38,FUL7700I0 ami dr,8
with reverse e w/lat pull down, 1335$2000 or Less Classic 190, ieee clDO O998-00120CHEVY SILVERADOO 1 7 '05 3 L 2F001, long bed, 89k
s $450 obo, call after 4 like new $200, 1340 Trucks/Trailers/I xce loaded, weond CADILLAC CTS '04 LEUSaES 300-96,n very Excellent cond, riced RINFINIT0 FX3S '05 dv A/c, A2 c,
S 291 -0 V'smaintained 77K Champagne/tan. miles, $7,200 874-7684 Volkswagon Jefta for Immed. sale. 9 126297CADOZ114,975. 0rOnly 21,000 miles...r bedm45lner, $7500,
.1 1 _ owfiex XT. w/leg 1345Vans/Buses must see, $10K $22,980 GLS '01, silver/blk Call 389-7700

exrtesion reA is, L e0 Misc. Auto 90 22 8239 EOFEA CKo N V CL E ( D 7D LEXU BS e 8L T0$29,995K 5 rn
Lss Househo0d 584 $1ARu ocl .1 Dode Durango03' LEXlS OF JACKSONVILLE Toyota Tundra SRS '03
00, good con- 3Autos/Trucks FXR SUPER GLIDE '9, 998-0012 mile $22,480 ac askin $10-12,500 re8 sea998-00123Kmibedliner,
(904nsi6eJ000on,$ reals,42 1354 0 fu M sc. Autowatrhoea LEXUSunrof JLMA X8'0r etIhS
Furniture d Aonasdng T0 h'Wanted 17K mi mint cond. LEXUS OF JACK- obo55km 10-1254 6disk,l niin itn y 0 $8,5 00282
o rmo 7 44406 A me garaged, adult ridden/ CADILLAC DEVILLE SONVILLE 998-0012O Asound systems INFINm QX56'
re- Never Bun and Tight chrome / extras, $7900. 05. Fully 60'02reat, 33k miles, S
Seussed ci, c ton R. rck y e 1205 Boats 779-4446 orl219- 5338s equipped. 25,980 Mercedes E-320 V 0ClD 0 era y- Navigation, Fully 1 5 w- s/uses






8ED o 1d ide Terod, HK POTE 8r "0 /0 b9 2 7 wr Leather, 4 ments 912- 0576-1186 Equipped. $45,995d
Europa, flawless, 4 o &ND SPORSTER 883 '02 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLES bac 2 ar Sunroof. $14,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S22 8104k 5700m forward 5 R-0012 E lded 998-0012 CHEVY G2500 CARGO
". 2 piece, $1450 obo, 642-0781/ 1-7983 1 CASH PAE2 REOFaAd. B CKEe aA E 998- O0012 /v stndSOd cab 8mW
..83& 90287-459050CADILLACDEVlLLE 0 67 blue 39$0, 31n. lIft, 33. n ,Q, JEEP WRANGLER 94 warrN white, like new,
SMb B N77 9L IN$50H Trailer 46BoatsMorWYachts 545-8044670-0obo 24-06t5 el orgl wrr, lwhitlike new,
aahe t SL I R RweP I 04. Diamond 0 overs edtirsgreat Red, n New28K, Askng
SHONDA REBEL 0', earl white, tan MERCEDES SLK 320 VW JETA GLS '01 looks,$6000 obo, 693-5839 owner, 88sk miles, $14,90 0.8K,
ST BOX. $ PORTABLE/' /3 E u e 4700k miles, rlk e a 3cni silver & b lack AT, ex cellent hape, 900. 881O8998
ITRAVEL (FOLDS). PRE- 9ola m LET US excellent con thrke new. $23,990 Con0146kmi i sunrf, cold air, F-o 6 cyl oft to, minito, 7 DODGE GRAND
IOMOMENTS 20005 WELLS CARGO SELLYOUR BOAT great state bike, LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE silver/bik, flawless, askingl$990bo, setilt,1 sale i$7kobo,
H-LU$GHT BLUE/YELLOW. Enclosed 6x10 sge axle, SE 6 l se hM.k06, 998-0012 $24,900, prv 247-6588 n e904w b10r e s cs,9 5 mITeE R-
INCLUDES CANOPY, like new pd $3100. sell o0 hassle we make b30 I 2629 9 S5kmT shocksZ 96K mles TFuly equip6 e 890
MATRESS, SHEET, $40. for $2500 call 287-0991 selling your boat Honda Shado-w 1997 Cadillac EDrado MINI COOPER '05 great shape, 1 owner, JEEP WRANGLER LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y. NO cOst 9oR52 OyMo 1200cac Runs perfect. C96, great cnd. 20", Only 2000 miles. 631.0219, $4500 obo LIMITED Only 4000 998-0012
sy. No cost to you. Needs battery.K Aceli Wheels, 10 Lthr, C D. $20,980I FrdBonM c'E, m ls $ 0, 0909 A
ED $499 ALL NEW Way ted To Buy ler s Waitin g. $ vCalue $600. Sellingfor w isc, a/c 00 pearl F JACKSONVILLE 1335 $2 or Lesst rles.$20,890
ICt Mutrt Tra Salteri wMarine 3000. Call for det ails hite $3500 obo, below L n white, good con- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE DOAN '03.EGRAND CARA
g~o u Mtt h Speialists Inc. 912-882-4076 kkb, 904 753 4724/ 998-0012 DODGESHADOW92 4 dition, and reliable, 998-0012 shape, loaded must sell
ueen,=rFut ll Pt T BL PressupWasher a li a n ca 912-882-4BK O 28 9527 302 au
e (904)6740405 0hoseand wan f0- ca- 07MitsubishiEci se must sell, $500 or best 3atomatic, new fast $9975.Cal 389- 7700
d 2ing5$699 (U04)A672an04d5 904-284-0155 NINJA ZX6R/636 2003. /7"NDLINCMitihi li

I rated 2300 PSI in BLUE/SILVER,MINT CADILLAC SEDAN DEV-c. CNR C A912-674 108or GATOR m03. N av SH FORD WINDSTAR
BE BOX & MATTS9serviceable con- A, CONDi50TION, 38050 iLLE '05 Immac. cond. cnvertibeleK B ts f
S 4o p4 T belae AAGt mo Atop must sell, Ford Mustang sport track, cyl LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(904) Ds, pad dlLes, EXHUAST, $600. NIMO: .0. CADILLAC SEVILLE $6300 386 8154 g ERfull power, moon 998-00129-
ED $155 Qn Pillow Top Pats cushions, trolling 904.707-47i78 SS-97' LOADED 95. K'92 roof, very sharply
set,- New inplastice motorsbattery anchor, nzukl 5 80GL MILES,FGARAGED Mustan Cobra 03 h6 88kroof Mazda
et pran-9350n ULL ile r Cintruder, excellent EXCELLENT CONDITION. 3100 miles, blue cover, plus 1999 Troylee Great shape loaded,
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st 1 2670 21424 2bt eb O Excondition.r LComes aLbyiO A 5 obo, edition V6, man priced to sell ihl s week.
s 925.72 0 p aups 2M $550 firm. Johnson/ r Maypor Rd. 132 or90444S8370 garage ket $32,000 105k looks good. Runs
n plastic. Call 391-0015 ve ready 3/13 will hull, or call 9107652 Camaro SS2000, So 607 obo FORD EXPLORER great. $6850. 571-2118 KA SEDONA X '04.














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BED A Brand Name F/00 bmIauLeto-atopoats-2238h 62C1 On,$ 2,71000me, i y.l one lowAmiles.
$ Q N AMERICAN BULLDOG 41 17'Bowrd er,76',88 c01on9icc,4 toion c -6 t MAN AL $12,A775. Cal A389N P7700
















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EW wit warranty $ 5 0 P P. CaI I riverboat fish available accesso- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE PERBLACK10 NS TOYOTA
Sdeliver.39 1 0 2090, 311082. fider, VHF radio, ries, 4500,278 4385 ure available. NISSAN ALTIMA 1994. GEO TRACKER 96 998-0012 GREAT, $710 571-2118,
AMERICAN BULLDOG & single axle trailer per- bbwn41@bellsouth.net obo, 912- 72 4103 l 4,E CON- Runs reatli SUNNSEA2@ALCOMXLS '04
Sobo, 904737917Ia Z 5 28, lilverT, -TOpRAC, GOODITIRESlCTRACK, 6CYL, FULLf7%
$10 $ ob, 7 8 7Black2005, beetle e ltconFREADY TOLGO.U$3000, t j POWER MOON ROOF, FNDER LE' 05DVD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
H we errt BOXER4 F. 9 mo g. caget bags, custom tion, $7,725 obo, CALL 223-3853 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '99 VERY SHARP, LEATHER, Navigation, fully 998-0012


















N d, with raomntiOe fnFly. 9128871ca54K !1.2674061 9'80012rs -0 -2I AL TIC euip 800 mi. $29, 995 RAC
Can deliver. 39-50 house, xtra's. $300 cash trailer. This boat rips 1800 miles, Must sell today $15 C, M ROOF RACKTON
ti u te only. 716-5416/268-4019 with 15hp Merl monster bike, guaran- 3NISSAN ALTIMA3.5 Runs grt. 904-699-4573 NEAU COVER,$12, 4 uOBO, iUS O m $
eutr a Forcem otor is a teed to turn heads, CAMRY 200S,4door, SE V6 '04 $18,880 45230n LEXU OF JACKONVILLE scella
SPED te mp- ac/hea t, cruise, tilt8 998-0012i1350
'pedic mear. foam matt SeBOXER PUP must see. Must Sell $13k. 2913227 aTR L FiNISAN TR SE ABo
Sw/10 yr. warr. $379. Can male 13weeks,a ASP due to PCS Call electric win-dors, LEXUS OF
d eivr.c 90-88-35 ll P resist ered 9.-746 er lo YAMAHA ceR white, gray, cloth it, JACKSONVILLE 99 L8-0012 TOYOTAS, F'S &LOE SO
l 58-930 call 3713952 for hours. Totally loaded. 04', electric start m, ON AO D p eHONDA'S POWER MOON ROOF, C '02 Fully Equipad Below Rail






































OAKDINN TABLCall GARBER C3RYSLJC ONER OT CIYMWITSUBIAC Al TWN I F U
mattress$249.New, w/C r ing Charles 230 SLLimitedChrls hours,excellentcond,, CHEVROLETSIL- rui-'e a ]it ne., CALL64 -Sb TONNEAUCOVER,$12,400 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEDd WB m
VaaAD King Charles 9- 1, CALL. .45S 7,0_. 998-002 $-25,2767042
warr. Can del. 398-5200 Spaels.Ready 13 Mar Craft,1984,Alumtan- $1300 obo,912727394 T VERADOZ71, ,.k m.l FOR FAST APPROVAL OBO,945230 998-0012
06. BPk/Brw & Blenheim. -I t dem, trailer 1999 plus extended cab 4x4, SJ5s00,: .. 776 3c,8 1-77-438-2777 *tForEploerXLSTAto's/Trucks
-1 BED KING 4 POST Male $1100. Female extras, Pnadt avgxretaie 1310 AutoParrts SUpNOF, p Lw eeRent ST 0or1 exle cn STCI R U 1355'A0toCunte
SPillow.Top mattress/ $1000 904-778-1366. $93, sell $7495,282-7786 u condition, $11,500, SAURN lV RTS c
tt box springs & $0 473838- 55727 ,0 COUPE 19964on s,50,000. miles. T
S dresseralliknew. COCKER SPANIEL PUPS 24-ChaparralSunesta i MILESEXCELLENT VW CABRIOLET'87 Great likenew only BeautifU $14995 S
Moving, must sell, CKC, whi/buff & buff cr 233, Merc 5.0 I/O Bravoll 4 750 CFM Quad by. Jet CHEVY CAMERO '02, 35th COND, 5SPD, LEATHER shape, must sell, need $15,750, military Biu NISSAN *
$1800/obo272-4806 $450. 912-449-4233 Iv msg outdrive Extras, lo hrs, Perfonnancelke An nv Ed. cony blk CRUSE,225509/497-2677, cash, priced riyht$1975. member deployed, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE AT AC, 140K m runs
e DACHSHUND-mini, AKC, verycn, $25K, 646 9177. 5.45t new, $200/o0o, 6spd,$28,990 631-9031 $2500OBO Call 389-700 607-5364or821-1613 998-0012 good, $1900 786-8027
-lu -pa -ou Dn, too small for my car, C'A 1CHRYSLER 3I0C
MPS $298 9-17F-, $3 50-v 16FJON BOAT7S paid$368.904573.4351 HRYSiER. ATO T IV D IRCO
Bedroom 4Pc Set 904-275-2360CEAlP EVINRUDE TILT,( "06. Sler. N',,
O Drawer Chests Frm$881 DOBERMAN Male, lowks, T21S/60R/16,CONTIN(
Sofas & Chair 298 black & rust $4o00. TL R IG, 4 METrs, E5 STOURING, CNN50- cLEU 0n'n JA5OVLE32.495
|.Ne~?sncsi $14,99 386-842-5806 LIVE WELL, 4 SEATS. NE L TG K: LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
" ColorTV's From 998$2500 OBO, 744 AMILES,$200, 998-0012
-Rm18Pc Condo Pkg 991 CALL 276 7944 998-0012
22 Piece Queen Bed $I199 Doberman Pinscher AKCSA N ACA 2 4 d A UTOM OTIVE
ENTEROwks/W hith crtPP cruiser 987 sleeps press 5150,2 new tLXlL7k miles, newa,
$500. Call 904-291-7994 efalley +
head. Nes enginehi water heaters, 30 sunroof, pwr __ _
m DOBERMANS PINCHERS work, otherwise, et &40 gaL 5100/5125, eve i
S e d e R e d & B la ck, A K C, e a rs & c o n dition $4 1 246 -4461 13800 o b o. 758 9 128 P O I C EN'E R
I wee wotaveseat ENGUSH BULLDOG PUPS ,f FORD F250 CREW CAB $400.4, 17x7,5lug E% ll J2,c A.,PdHI.,D
from h toabe OngAKC Champion Sired G01',A7. L, POWER Call CST we r ,Orange.Pa rkd ... Sim
Sfrom eaRhodes furnitus www.firstcoastbullies.com STROKECD, TOWING Ibella/nichepaidI C.i'. .'0 ofOngei A,,, i IiuATI IEE Aiiii B I080 ,,,lla N ;1
. $750each set, 8358732 (912)222-3701 P1PKG,770K MILES, $21,300 $1880 plus 3 freetires Ford Explorer 97' 2 l[ ) .- -, i Uutv liuloilrhE lDA lBim Bl1d t4l5.
912- 5793027 CALL 807- 6587 Eddie Bauer Edition ..yrI e q I PR]111 4
BED.Solid wood cherry French Mastiffs ACA, aka4Leathernew
sleigh bed w/matt. & dogue do bordeaux 4 WAVERUNNER3.194, Hitch 84-96 Jeep Wagon s t
box. Retail $950, Sac. (turner & hooch) pup- 700 HP, PLUS TRAILER, -osraone t mis te included. F171KO-M
'$395.858-9350OCan deliv pies ready 03/05/06 lto b $1800 090,eTOMw, mloO,$5OPRobo,
$1500. now taking W 279-494 askingi$75, miles, 55000obo. KEY AUDI '0l L : 11 ; W't l
oCAR SEATS deosits call for Info266904,2151, u call 477 4551 KEY AUDI, KENCHANCEYuSUZTUKI
&1 GRACO(3), lIke 8042263343, 378-1042 YAMAHA WAVERRUN- JEEP WRANGLER FORD MUSTANG GABBE.FOR-MERURY -I II j t] -Ji I11.41))y 11
"4,)' new, $25 each, / NER(2)2001,GPI200t R.O1 CONV05' GARBERFORD-MERCURY._Shker 4ttbll.lt-000. d2iiti :'1.4100
912-729-2630 German Shepherd pups. H T0,1 i DOUBLE TRAILER, IA- HARDTOP,R03E06, CON '05. Shaker
Cou d White. Beautiful!8s MOND PLATED5STOR- MENT, NEVER USED. m Be i iul $23,0 _o L4v Mili -A FOiD -
Cov h pand SM/2F. $300-$400. POP AGE BOX, PLUS DEALER PRICE, $190, SELL LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
an b mostly greens, GOLDENow. 4R04-31-3719 PS7FR 998-0012 BENTLEY" ORLANDO At The Avenues LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE .]05 6Ala ltd111BldI9
good condition, AKC HC Ready to go! WANTED REAR BENCH SEAT FORD RANGER 1999
$300 obo, 779- 5929 $350/$450. 352-481-0465 / from 1995 Dod eeEi '' rlr i'ii Itw iii, v rii iTi ,,uT
Great Dane Puppies. AnyCondition! 'Cr&vin. Lrea/nice INGPKG-.BEDCOVLR, LNEi.R.,TOW.i.,H -_MIKEAiONFORD:1991j
Crib with Mattress AKC/CKC Fawn, black "The Used Parts Poole' cnio, _28 LOWHL.AT-"
& Accessories, $700/$850 90"259-1706. WEEKS MARINE387-M44 condition, 268-2482 ALLOYWHEELS.AUTO- MIKt S FORD
)Grae, 3-n-i sleep RUST REPAiR -your pan- MATIC.$7145.67t 4002 ATI, t4'1; -
CoL system, excellent JACK-a-B's: Best quail- Marin els, Qtr, Fir, Rkr, Trnk, All Ford Taurus 1995, AT REGENCY
condilon, $125obo, ties of purebreds Jack -r makeseodels509-0551 4 door. pwac, c. ci-,inlevi)jARTi
912-882-1052 Russell. Beagles: Smart, 1220 Equipment as Al s 4 rsepwl(ASAP, c.,%'Alll 'v 1 TOM BUSH MAZDA ARUIGTON TOYOTA
loyal, star quality. Out- & Suppi Spareireeandwheel. dmusto elATOMSBUSH BMWME A Ori) Alia 81,9 7-:90-11 I0939 A[iiSiii Blvd 7l-3ij1)
med. oak finish, rect- raised, shots. HC. $650. ''2MAFor Volvo. Never used- obo, call 512 674 6668 i01 A lliiiLit'] ",-)-a t f OF ORANGE PARK MAZDACITY COGGINTOYOTA-AVENUES
Clhdh a l 10L M "mount66.0 8 4 FORD TAURUS 98..57 50
Lab Pups Bik, AKC, AFC, control, 12 volt a VWBeetle parts, I RUNS. SOME BODY,-4PrhHV'"038
' cablnat'$4S0'379-04f2 NAFC, champ bldln, $1motorguide & trans,glass doors, \,Lj) DAMAGESlLVER. i "
;4lning room table w/6 POP. s&w HC, Exc home $100, 269-2152 eng fenders, struts CONTACT KEN WARD. WABER BUICK KEITh DIERSO TOYOTA
ha rs, buffet/hutch FORMuMdtherms2202915U89sANLG 8iERiBUIil
$L0 OBO 904.881-0680 LABRADOODLES-CKC 1 RV s & call 781-1532 FOBLUE TA990.B W Urlit' ']nn] ,Ll 4.) N
DR TBL w/leaf, 6chrs, &$0 & up. 386-364-83420iOP EONVEWrlBLo
china cab. $1500; Glass S s 13 Antiques/ T lOCONVERTIBLE.rAWH4iE
to kit. tbl w/4chrs. MINI SCHNAUZER Fern AIRSTREAM & TRAIL Classics 25TH ANNIVERSARY KEY BUICK 1 1'': H'' 54'9 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC,
- topIw/4cUAL.9-K-MImES& TRAIL ___t 7,4MANUAL 80K MILIGHTHOUSELTOYOTA
.,t $200; 904-415-1779 ,Omo. spayed, $350. MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS S55OSO. GARRETT. 4-Sioirr,,BI,1t f.4 COGGIN GMC TRUCKS,,ut,
Q. FURNITURE SET, MINI SCHNAUZERS Sales, Service, Parts Family owned. Gar'd, -qN:'wfi-'lAII,,i Blvd 7, A).1)4.2 5Iij uSI y is I SLuqh S
complete, brand J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales 39,277mi. Ithr. Showrm For Sale Parts Only [ 711" GBRUIIoMh8,i
c Ingromput enrt r- f8 46 .1.80S41-I64391trar.r.-, 95 IsuzuMABER TRUCKS
tainnment,kitchen for both. 904-835-4406 '69CHEVY CHEVELLE SS iRt-ato, $300 tor CLAUDEHNOLANMCAILLAC TOM BUSH MINI ERNIEARn
ompter hu gat MIN-PIN PUPS Reg. Fem., CABANAABY KEYSTONE new pnt & AC. Real head .. iSLeV 4Si 1Vi
,, deal, good priel S/WV $450; ChiX M.Smo. 'GO, 17', Pop out beds, turner. $21,900. 228-0092 HONDAACCORDEl2 I'u" Al.iiiT utt P'p. lbled trnr$1,002809
$7 h..291-91 and clean, $6600 call a VOLKSWAGON ir_..as & runsood 1rrllvP-5
i..O a Futton with full PIT BULL -2 fem pups. 786-3335 after 5pm l. Beetle:replaced 62850 C". 04 71 MNIMCHTC
' T size mattress solid for sale. '5.4, transmission, .....
w oody$loeseazr 912-778-324S 4 205" excellenT complete brake job, ( EX '04 Le3ther. C). ON AUUU IC -M-
recliner, $125, both PIT BULLO-Blue nose, buninslepar reautt.... ...o L Un OFJAKSNVLL PARKER CADILLAC ON ATLANTIC
7 80-700S crate 229-9131 aski.ng$15,900, call 904*288-82701998-0012
PIT BULL PUPS -8wks COGGIN HONDA 1)15; fl.,l,.n 2,11-2i ,f W i :d 2t-2t03
LITTLE TIKES SWING 8F. SW. HC.$400. FLEETWOOD American 1325HAutomotive WHO.DA0PRE.UDu ,ltIll',iiiie 1,7
1SEr, VARIETY CLIMBER, 92701.660K M, SILVER.,
-L $1M-CALLSo4.8430 4- -4 u nsa9,02helar SUNROOF. ,F-LLT OF ST. AUGUSTINE CITY MITSUBISHI O'STEEN VW
PIT BULL PUPS, Choco- 8KM., $V8,000 neg. Call e7%,ACURA RL '01 0 LOADED. CALL MIKE A$H1AifI HM 1li54*
4 LOVESEAT,light late red nose, non 912-882-7540 Fulyequipped,CD ,OGA
blue plaid country, papered $250. 704-0228
UNexcellentcondi-EHYLINE TT 4OFT.lahr01,9ODRL DE )Ptli"$- AHv",
S sleelesourndyFIneBbL oi 2fold outs, WD, refig., LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE i$11300. CALL MIKE till ld i] R'l,1""
u: y. ADBA Fine bloodline, $60000B0. 755-6684 998-0012 874 0161 AFTER 1PMCCITY MITSUBISHI )KuA B tI l- Blv1
exce.gnt- $aid. beautiful markings. CREST CHEVaOLET
3ceil iters. Look at the rest, $ CASH PAID A CUBA BSX 'OS HONDA PREtUDE 2001.
... .Lovesea h gow/the best. 635-3319 s s17kmi charcoal 60K MILES. SLIVER. PAI M ,r,ilF',, o iii,-l fORANGE PARK -1
blue, plaid country, PIT BULLS/Solid Blue or CD, AC. still under LOADED.CALL MIKE AT
"lJ excellent condl-' -Seals ADBA Short/thick man u. warranty, 87400363.,$1MMGARBERCHEVYHYUNDAIT .


S 90" 781- 7076 MIKESHAD FRANKGRIFFIN O Il 08 -. er, 42.-400
0, OALRU Besides protecting our country, military CHRYSERJEEP Jeep OrangePark BRUM MOTOR Lexusof Jacksonville
TWEED, EXE. COND, 1 I A : |.] -'l-1).
snu c oc personnel stationed in our communities RICKKEFFER MIKESHAD CHRYSJEEP CA INC. PI.IIn ,0A d e
tion by Levitz, blue -[A Ai FANK t I
Hunter Green. donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
Barley used, excellent, RICK KEFFER SUPERSTORE
Condition, 180, service in Northeast Florida and KEFFER228E-4
SOUI d r G gi12 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
fold EIrr orNches ii t DG LongWood/Orlando F 407-339-3443 ToI Bush Autoplex
no bed, $550.Ex- Southeast Georgia last year. Their time 2330Ssoth 3 5444219875an37148
Slent condition 266 1291 9AKCtiCG7-8
STORAGE TOWER JACK CARUSO COGGIN KIA
2i3, OD'S r was given to community organizations, 9401Atlatc d 723210 V.I.P.AUTOALES
HS0 sr.1k REGENCY DODGE RAY CARTER KIA NIMNICHT SAAB 5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
- able, casters, like new.
Full2 church groups, youth activities, scouting 10979 Atlantic Blvd. 6425600 6373BlandingBlvd. 771-6078 7999BlandingBd,Jax WARRENMOTORS INC.
AsanFurniture.Full GARBER DODGE TRUCK 904-778-7700mwwwnimnichltcom
living and dining. .F f i 1 I 233 East State St. 356-8491
Se 0 for $12000. and more. Green CoveSpngs 264-2416 __
Selling for $3000. Great more.1] ;1 r
Details: 912 882-4076 ORANGE PARK DODGE LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
960 iner T h a n k o u 7233 Blanding Blvd. 777 5500 895 N. Ronad Reagan Blvd SATURN OF AVENUES
-6 Machinery Longwood/Ordando F R 407339-3443 10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145 S O
9 & Tools a you RICK KEFFER SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
S Rockwell Modle9 1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch. 1-800-228-7454 I 1 J: : 8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071 WORLD IMPORTS
ceS hwy.-da -'i dM i fP iscope WESTSIDE DODGE MATHENY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY www.woddimpotsusacom
duty motor extension 1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992 &
plywood. Excellent
condition. Evenings,
Mike 912 729 2924 I_1II






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