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Online Decals
Renewals Now Computerized
Page 4


Safety Rodeo
Hundreds Come Out For Event
Pages 8-9


Community Garden
Plots Are Now Available
Page 10


THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2006


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www.jaxairnews.com


RE.


A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


NMCRS fund drive kicks off


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
his year's Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
Fund Drive began Friday with
an organizational kickoff at the Sea
.Control Wing AtlantiUc (SEACON-
WINGLANT) auditorium.
The fund drive is held each year to
generate donations to benefit the local
NMCRS an organization that assists
hundreds of Sailors and Marines and
their families each month in the
Jacksonville area. By donating during
the NMCRS Fund Drive, service mem-
bers are taking care of their own. It's a
way to help others and possibly your-
self someday during a time of need.
"We don't actually have a set goal
this year but are striving to raise
$240,000. Last year, our goal was to
reach $255,000 and $365,000 was
raised," remarked Lt. Matt Cursio of
Sea Control Wing Atlantic and Navy
Region Southeast's NMCRS Fund
Drive assistant chairperson for the
drive. "It's going to be a great fund
drive and we are motivated."
Each command on base is assigned
a keyperson to ensure 100 percent
contact is made during the drive.
Armed with allotment forms, these
keypersons will attempt to visit with
as many Sailors and Marines as possi-
ble to ensure everyone has an oppor-
tunity to donate to the NMCRS.
"My ultimate mission is to surpass


our goal by at least 110 percent and
basically to have 100 percent contact
for the entire region. Even if the
Sailors don't give, I want them to at
least be aware of what we are doing
and what it's for. A lot of people, espe-
cially the new Sailors have no idea
what the society does and the pro-
grams it offers," said Cursio, enthusi-
astically. "What we will try to do is get
every Sailor to give $2 per month -
this marginal amount helps because
every thing we give, goes back to the
Sailors and their families."
"People will give to something they
feel comfortable about and something
they know about. It all starts with
leadership and everyone working
together to ensure that people know
what the society does for them. I think
all of us know someone who has bene-
fited from NMCRS," stated Capt. Joe
McClain, commander. SEACON-


WINGLANT, whose command is head-
ing up Navy Region Southeast's
NMCRS Fund Drive this year.
The annual NMCRS Fund Drive is
an official campaign sanctioned by the
Navy, it is not run by the society.
"Partnership is very important to the
mission of NMCRS. And that partner-
ship is that between the society and
the leadership here. The society has a'
direct impact on mission readiness
because it allows the service members
to focus on their jobs rather than be
sidetracked by personal problems,"
added Navy Region Southeast Chief of
Staff Capt. Larry Cotton during the
kick-off event. "Sometimes people just
need a little help and that's \vhat
NMCRS is for. They are here to pro-
vide financial assistance when needed.
All this assistance comes from your
donations. The money goes directly to
the Sailors and their families."
'We need your command's support.
Every year, the fund drive becomes
more successful. The support of the
leadership is absolutely critical to the
success of this fund drive. We want all
keypersons to take the information
back to your command and let your co-
workers know what the society is all
about," he continued.
Last year, the NAS Jax NMCRS
assisted eligible area residents with
more than $1.5 million in interest-free
loans, grants and educational assistance.


See NMCRS, Page 16


Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel signs a Student Education Employment Program
agreement Feb. 27 aboard NAS Jax as Dr. Oswald Bronson, president of Edward Waters College and his staff
members watch.


Edward Waters College



partners with the Navy


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Director
Dave Faraldo talks about how the society assists military fami-


lies in need during the
Drive.

VP-16 supports

education

growth in

El Salvador

By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
VP-16 PAO
W while recently deployed in
support of Surge opera-
tions in El Salvador, VP-
16 Combat Aircrew Four (CAC-4)
learned of the troubled educa-
tional system of the country.
The crew was taking a tour of
the local Mayan ruins when tour
director Celina Guerra of
Discover El Salvador Tours
informed them of., the struggle to
educate the population after the
recent civil war that ravaged the
country.
The citizens of El Salvador


kickoff for this year's NMCRS Fuid

have a strong desire to improve
their literacy rate, but many ,of
the families lack the money 'to
purchase basic school supplies for
their children.
Items as simple as notebooks
are crucial for the students, as
they cannot begin classes without
them. Upon hearing this, CAd-4
personnel immediately pur-
chased 240 notebooks for stu-
dents at Jos6 Roberto Wright
School. The school is located 'in
one of the poorest parts of the
country about and hour and -a
half from the base of operations.
The notebooks were delivered
within the next couple days along
with additional school supplies,
toys and clothing from other U.S.
Navy units deployed to the area.
The children and teachers gra-
ciously welcomed the donations.
Guerra's appreciation for the
support was relayed in an email,
"On my behalf and on behalf of
all the children at Jos6 Roberto
Wright School, I want to specially
thank you and your VP-16,crew."


By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
C commander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) Rear
Adm. Mark Boensel and
Edward Waters College Presi-
dent Dr. Oswald Bronson signed
an agreement Feb. 27 that estab-
lished -a Student Education
Employment Program (SEEP)
between CNRSE and the school.
The program is designed to
prepare student trainees for
careers in administration and
professional or technical occupa-
tions by integrating periods of
academic study and practical
work experience at CNRSE.
Boensel said this agreement is
a good opportunity for both the
region and the school. "As our


workforce gets. older, it's impor-
tant for us to find ways to get an
influx of young talent," Boensel
stated: "This is an excellent
opportunity for us to mine the
young talent at Edward Waters
College."
There are two types of individ-
ual programs under SEEP, the
Student Temporary Employment
,,Program (STEP) and the
Student Career Experience
Program (SCEP).
"STEP refers to the temporary
appointment of student trainees
to perform duties that need not
be related to their academic
course of study. SCEP refers to
the appointment of student
trainees to perform duties direct-
ly related to their major," said
Ken Richmond, an equal oppor-


tunity counselor at CNRSE.
While the signing of the agree-
ment marked a turning point for
Edward Waters College, Bronson
was more excited at the prospect
of his students receiving academ-
ic and career opportunities that
were not previously available to
them.
"This agreement gives us the
opportunity to blend the theoret-
ical with the practical, resulting
in a fine experience for our stu-
dents," Bronson stated. "This is
truly a historic moment for this
institution."
For more information on the
SEEP program, contact the
CNRSE Human Resources Office
or Edward Waters College.


Photo by Robert Jordan
Teachers and students of jose Roberto Wright School in El Salvador pose
on the front steps of their school with some of the many donations from
CAC-4 and other U.S. Navy squadrons.


TOUCHING


BASE


Volunteers needed for Navy Run
Volunteers are needed to work the Navy Run
April 1 from 5:30-7:30 a.m. and 7-9 a.m. For
more information, call Tim McKinney at 542-
2930/3239.


Mass casualty disaster drill slated
A mass casualty disaster drill is planned for March
B f 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Building 582 on Gillis
| Street. Drivers are asked to avoid this area during this
timeframe to allow personnel to complete the drill.


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2 / Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 9, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


Avoid those 'payday pirates' or predatory lenders


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief


Hoo-yah, warriors!
Going to get straight
to the point on this
article because the subject is
that hot payday lenders
or what is often referred to
as predatory lenders. This
is a must read for all mili-
tary personnel, ombudsmen
and family members.
Recently you've probably
heard or seen several per-
sonnel in leadership posi-
tions talk about the payday
lenders ... with all this talk
there must be a reason.
Financial issues account
for a big portion of the deck-
plate issues we as leaders
see daily, and hopefully by
this article you will know
where to go for help before it
becomes an issue (proactive)
and also where to go if you
are currently in financial
trouble (reactive).
The fastest-growing rea-
son contributing to financial
trouble is the use of the pay-
day loans or predatory
lenders. 'These "payday
pirates," as I like to think of
them, are not interested in
helping you out. Trust me


. ... ,


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West

on that. They are interested
in one thing making
money and making it off of
you and if you use them,
they will win and you will
lose ... 'every time.
According to the Federal
Trade Commission, a cash
advance loan secured by a
personal check such as a
payday loan is very expen-'
sive credit. Here's how it
works:
If you need $300:
Payday lenders lend you
$300 against your paycheck
in two weeks. '
You should pay them $360
in two ,weeks (lending
charges).
You can't pay, so you roll it
over $360 against next pay


check.
After one month, you now
owe $440 (more interest,
lending charges).
And, so on and so on.
Each time you roll it over,
the charges and interest
build.
They'll say the fees are
just $20 per $100 borrowed
- and also say that many
credit cards charge 24 per-
cent interest or more. But
that 24 percent figure is the
annual rate. Payday loans
are two-week loans that
turn into long-term debt,
and their annual interest
rates can easily surpass 400
percent. So the bottom line
is this is not a good deal!
The payday pirate is mak-
ing about $100 a month -
$1,300 a year for every cus-
tomer and. spending only
$300. It's a great deal for
them. For you, "not- so
much."
I cannot imagine anyone
in his or her right mind
signing up for a 400 percent,
loan. I cannot imagine any-'
one out of his or her right
mind signing up for this
scam.
Let me share with you the,
words from Rear Adm.
William French up in the


Pacific Northwest.
"I have personally wit-
nessed the detrimental
impact of payday lending on
military families and the
drain it has had on military
readiness."
Okay, I think now you
know this is a huge concern
for our Navy. We've got to.
engage at all levels. Payday
pirates can have a huge
impact on your credit rating
- which helps you get a
legitimate loan.
Indebtedness can hinder
your military career; it will
cause a lot of stress at
home; and it can cause you
physical and mental harm.
Let me also share with
you some very sobering sta-
tistics sent to me from the
"Tacoma News Tribune's"
editorial page.
"The Center. for
Responsible Lending, a non-
profit organization that
tracks this issue, says the
average payday borrower
winds up paying $800 on a
$325 loan. And that's just an
average.
"It's common to hear of
strapped young military
personnel owing thousands


See LENDERS, Page 4


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SK31RWI RICHRRD VRLENTIN

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply
Department

Hometown: Lawrencem, MA


I Family Life: I have a 1-year-old son.

Past Duty Stations: HS-15

Career Plans: To earn my college degree in
business.

Most Interesting Experience: The day
my son was born.

Words of Wisdom: If you hang out with
positive people, you get positive results.

iwJ--L |. *- C .- saLc


CAROL CONUR Y
Job title/command:
Secretary, NAS Jax
Weapons Department

S, Hometown: Jacksonville

Family Life: I'm divorced, have three chil-
dren and one grandson.

Past Duty Stations: None


Career Plans: Looking forward to retire-
ment.


Most Interesting Experience: Switching
jobs from working in the private sector to work-
ing for the military.


Words of Wisdom: Keep the faith, the
Lord always rewards you with blessings.



Base establishes


emergency hotline
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N AS Jacksonville has
established a hot-
line for service
members, Department of
Defense employees, con-
tractors and their families
to call during an emer-
gency that warrants evacu-
ation such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-
84P-6024 to check in with
'the base upon arriving at
an evacuation destination
and to verify if the order to
return to the Jacksonville
area has, been given.
They can also email the
NAS Jacksonville
Emergency Operations,
Center at nasjax.eoc.fct@


navy.mil to relay their sta-
tus and ask for assistance.
Please keep in mind that
the hotline will not be
staffed by customer service
personnel and only pro-
vides recorded informa-
tion.
It cannot be used to
check on weather condi-
tions or locate friends or
family. The hotline number
and email address are for
use duringtimes of emer-
gency only.
For more information,
contact he disaster pre-
paredness office at 542-"
5595.


Hey, MoneyMain!
I am a chief petty officer
and I recently heard that
there was a special mili-
tary Web site where I can
go to find out about invest-
ments.
I am concerned because I
invested in a military plan
a few years ago and I lost
my shirt. How do our mili-
tary families know which
ones are good and which
ones are rip-offs?
MoneyMan Sez:
Great question! How dol
you know? Unfortunately,
you don't unless you do a
little research before you
invest.
I believe the special mili-
tary Web site you are ask-
ing about is www.saveand-
invest.org that was set up
by the National Association
of Security Dealers (NASD)
Investor Education Foun-
dation.
According to the Navy
Times, this Web site is a
part of NASD's effort to
provide unbiased financial
information to service
members and families. At


this site you will find infor-
mation about the Thrift
Savings Plan and other
retirement .planning
options.
You will also find general
information about saving
and investing. In addition
to the Web site, the NASD
has programs to help mili-
tary personnel on base,
including free training in
savings and investment
topics for personal finan-
cial managers at FFSC's.
Interestingly enough,
this effort is funded by a
portion of a $12 million
fine collected from First
Command Financial Plan-
ning, Inc. as a part of a set-
tlement with NASD in a
finding that this company
made misleading state-
ments in marketing sys-
tematic investments plans
to military personnel.
First Command, which
has admitted no wrongdo-
ing, has mailed more than
10,000 restitution pay-
ments to former investors,
totaling more than $4.4
million.


Other resources for
financial information are
www.hmcrs.org and www.


militaryonesource.com.
More questions? Contact Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


SUNDAY SERVICES
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic
Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer Li1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the iJA AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised: in the publication shall be made
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The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
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The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
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over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida TimestUnion.
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Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
Linda Edenfield, Advertising Sales Manager 904-359-4336
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HEY MONEYMANI


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JlxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 9, 2006




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Cartesian Pointe
From the $180s
From 1-95, exit A A heading east. Right
on William Burgess Rd. Community on
left, just before Harts Rd. (904) 225-1982

NORTHEAST
JACKSONVILLE
Dunn's Creek Plantation
From the low $200s
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit
Pulaski Rd. heading north to commu-
nity on right. (904) 751-1274
Islands of Dunn's Creek
From the mid $200s
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit
Pulaski Rd. heading north to commu-
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Cedar Glen
From the high $200s
From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Alta
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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


WEST JACKSONVILLE
Adams Lake
From the low $200s
From 1-295, exit Normandy Blvd. head-
ing west approx. 5.5 mi. to community
on right, just past Chaffee Rd.
(904) 378-2710
Hawk's Pointe
From the low $200s
From 1-295, exit Blanding Blvd. head-
ing west. Turn right on Argyle Forest
Blvd. Turn right on Old Middleburg Rd.
Community is .5 mi. on right.
(904) 317-0069

ST. JOHNS COUNTY
Florentine
From the mid $200s
From 1-95, exit CR 210 heading east.
Right on US 1 to community on left.
(904) 819-6604
Samara Lakes
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 $100s
From J. Turner Butler, exit Southside
Blvd. heading north approx. 4 mi. Left
on Ivey Rd. and immediate right onto
access road to community on left.
(904) 725-2125


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From 1-95, exit A1A heading west. Drive approx. 1 mi. to community on left. (904) 225-2581



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4 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 9, 2006


VP-5 sponsors new recruit division

By Lt. j.g. Richard Parella I -- ,
VP-5 PAO .. '


The VP-5 "Mad Foxes"
added 80 new mem-
bers to "The Den" by
sponsoring Recruit
Division 060 from the
Naval Recruit Training
Command in Great Lakes,
Ill.
The Recruit Division
Sponsor Program allows
commands from around the
Navy to build a bond
between the fleet and
recruit's undergoing train-
ing while boosting recruit
morale.
VP-5 has sponsored two
divisions during the pro-
gram's short run. Division
060 also had a special tie to
VP-5 as former squadron
member, AE2 (AW) Mich-
elle Somltiz, served as one
of the recruit division com-
manders (RDC).
Division 060 arrived at
the Naval Recruit Training
Command in late Nov-
ember of last year to begin
basic training. During that
time, VP-5's Command
Master Chief CMDCM
Mark Dubiel and Com-


.-
Photo courtesy of VP-5
Members of VP-5 proudly stand with Recruit Division 060 shortly before the division's gradu-
ation from Recruit Training in Great Lakes, Ill. The squadron sponsored the division as part of
the Navy's Recruit Division Sponsor Program.


manding Officer Cmdr.
William Johns, traveled to
Great Lakes to meet with
the new recruits.
"Every one of them was
motivated and excited
about joining the fleet,"
Johns remarked after talk-
ing with the division. In
addition to asking ques-
tions about life in the fleet,
the recruits also received
VP-5 T-shirts.
Johns' visit to Great
Lakes also gave him a
sense of appreciation for


those Sailors who train the
recruits. The RDCs have
the ability to motivate and
influence the new Sailors
who join the fleet and this
great responsibility in
training the recruits is not
lost on Somlitz. She views
her job as "one of the most
challenging and rewarding
assignments since joining
the Navy."
Johns agrees that being a
RDC "requires a special
caliber of person." With
the help of commands like


VP-5, the RDCs will contin-
ue to develop and train
exceptional Sailors.
The Recruit Division
Sponsor Program serves as
a valuable training aid for
new Sailors about to enter
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LENDERS: Prepare before consulting 'payday pirates'


From Page 2


of dollars on loans that were
originally for hundreds of
dollars."
Warriors, this just makes
no sense to me at all. Before
you get to this point, talk to
somebody. The command
financial specialist (CFS),
your chief, your leading
petty officer (LPO), the
chaplain, a peer, anyone but
that payday pirate who is.
S waiting for you. outside the
gate.
You chiefs, LPOs and divi-
sions officers should discuss
this at every opportunity
'and by being proactive you
will not become reactive.
Some of the recommended
things you should consider
are as follows:


* Inform leadership when,
making a big purchase or if
you are thinking of using a
payday lender. .
* Use the resources avail-
able to you to make an
informed decision.
* Live within your means ...
do you really need the new
truck? I drive a '95 Mazda.
* When you need credit,
shop carefully. Compare
offers. Look for the credit
offer with the lowest APR -
consider a small loan from
your credit union or small
loan company, or a loan
from family or friends.
* Compare the APR and the
finance charge (which
includes loan fees, interest
and other types of credit
costs) of credit offers to get
the lowest cost.


* Ask your creditors for
more time to pay your bills.
Find out what they will
charge as a late charge, an
additional finance charge or
a higher interest rate.
* Make a realistic budget
and figure your monthly
and daily expenditures.
Avoid unnecessary purchas-
es even small daily items.
Also, build savings even
small deposits can help to
avoid borrowing for emer-
gencies or unexpected
expenses.
* If you need help on debt
repayment or developing a
budget, contact your local
FFSC or command CFS.
FFSC currently has some
outstanding classes; maybe
you can incorporate as part
of indoc for both the mili-


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New Navy working, service uniform


ByJOC Michael Foutch
Task Force Uniform Public Affairs
utfitting the Sailor
of the future took
another step for-
ward last week when Chief
of Naval Operations Adm.
Mike Mullen approved
plans for a single working
uniform for all ranks and a
year-round service uniform
for E6 and below Sailors.
Based on recommenda-
tions made during a com-
prehensive briefing by Task
Force Uniform Feb. 24,
Mullen agreed to produc-
tion of both a BDU-style
working uniform for all
Sailors El to 010 and a
more practical, year-round
service uniform to with-
stand day-to-day classroom
and office-like environ-
ments where the service
uniform is typically worn.
"These are good uniforms,
designed to support the
modern Sailor," said
Mullen. "Durability, safety,
ease of wear and cleaning
were all factors that
weighed heavily on my
mind, as did, quite frankly,
the survey data and the
opinions of wear testers.
This wasn't a popularity
contest by any stretch, but
we would have been foolish
not to consider the opinions
of the men and women who
will wear these uniforms."
The BDU-style working
uniform, designed to
replace seven different
styles of current working
uniforms, is made of a near
maintenance-free perma-
nent press 50/50 nylon and
cotton blend.
Worn with a blue cotton
T-shirt, it will include an
eight-point cover, a black
web belt with closed buckle,
and black smooth leather
boots, with black suede no-
shine boots for optional
wear while assigned to non-
shipboard commands.
"When I walk down the
piers, I see a Sailors stand-
ing watch as a pier sentry in
January and it's 30 degrees


Photo byJOC Michael Foutch
Two Sailors pose aboard USS Constitution, wearing the blue
digital-patterned battle dress uniform concept. The uniform
will be made in three variants, all in a multi-color digital print
pattern: predominately blue, with some gray, for the majority
of Sailors and shipboard use; and a woodland digital pattern
and a desert digital pattern for Sailors serving in units requir-
ing those types of uniforms.


and freezing rain," Master
Chief Petty Officer of the
Navy (SS/AW) Terry Scott
said. "You have to ask your-
self, does the uniform that
we currently issue protect
us, and the answer is no."
To meet the all-weather
requirement, the new work-
ing uniform will include
several cold weather
options, such as a unisex
pullover sweater, a fleece
jacket, and a parka.
It will also be made in
three variants, all in a


multi-color digital print
pattern: predominately
blue, with some gray, for
the majority of Sailors and
shipboard use; and a wood-
land digital pattern and a
desert digital pattern for
Sailors serving in units
requiring those types of
uniforms.
"The intent of TFU
always has been to give our
Sailors a uniform in which
they can work comfortably
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operate," Scott said. "Even
better, we've created a uni-
form that's also easier to
maintain, is longer lasting,
helps reduce the size of the
sea bag, while at the same
time recognizing the tradi-
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a black unisex garrison cap.
Silver anodized-metal
rank insignia will be worn
on shirt/blouse collars and
cap. The service uniform
will also include a black
relaxed-fit Eisenhower-
style jacket with a knit
stand-up collar and
epaulets, on which petty
officers will wear large, sil-
ver anodized-metal rank
insignia.
Those entitled to wear
gold chevrons will continue
to wear gold chevrons on
the large metal rank
insignia on the jacket.
"In our research, we
found the group most dis-
satisfied with their present
uniforms were E6 and
below," Scott said.
The manner of wear for
both of these new uniforms
remains under develop-
ment by TFU and will not
be effective until guidelines
on prescribed wear are
incorporated in the Navy
Uniform Regulations.
"There are a lot of con-
cerns about the manner of
wear for the working and
service uniforms that we
need to address, so we have
a smooth transition when
the time comes," TFU
Director CNO-Directed
Command Master Chief
Robert Carroll said.
The working uniform and
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concepts
service uniform are not
expected to be available for
purchase and wear until
late fall of 2007, after
which they will be intro-
duced to Recruit Training
Command and eventually
distributed to the rest of
the fleet.
Details on when the uni-
forms will be available for
purchase and wear at spe-
cific geographic locations
will be released at a future
date.
Until the new uniforms
are available for wear, all
existing uniform regula-
tions will apply. During the
expected two-year transi-
tion period, Sailors will be
required to maintain a com-
plete inventory of sea bag
items with each reflecting a
professional appearance.
"We want our Sailors to
keep a professional appear-
ance," Carroll said. "We
don't want people wearing
worn-out uniforms because
they're waiting for the new
ones to hit the shelves."
Once the working and
service uniforms are adopt-
ed, Sailors will receive a
uniform maintenance
allowance appropriate to
support purchase and wear.
The announcement of the
new uniforms, Carroll said,
is the culmination of a
three-year project that
began with the charter of
Task Force Uniform to
deliver, a proposal to reflect
the requirements of a 21st
century Navy.
An analysis of a fleet-
wide survey conducted dur-
ing the summer of 2003 led
to the creation of concepts


approved
for working and service
uniforms for a wear test
and another fleet-wide sur-
vey last summer.
"I just can't say enough
about how meticulous and
thorough TFU Director
Master Chief Rob Carroll
and his team approached
their work," stressed
Mullen. "The process they
established and maintained
was rock solid measured
and analytical. They looked
at hundreds of options,
studied countless pattern
and color designs, and fret-
ted over every minor detail,
from button style to stitch-
ing. I am enormously proud
of their effort, and every
Sailor can be, too."
The work of TFU will not
stop. Next on the agenda is
to evaluate additional uni-
form options, such as reviv-
ing the traditional service
dress khaki uniform for
chiefs and officers, conduct-
ing research on the feasibil-
ity, cost and distribution of
a service-wide physical
training uniform, consider
adoption of a ceremonial
cutlass for chiefs.
They will also investigate
adopting a more practical
service-wide, all-weather
coat that would provide a
better military appearance.
"The bottom line for me
in making these decisions,"
said the CNO, "Is culture.
Uniforms reflect our cul-
ture who we are what
we stand for. I've said all
along that no matter which
way we go, I want Sailors to
look like Sailors. I really
believe these uniforms pass
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Media rens visit HS-5 aboard USS Eisenhower


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO


Photo courtesy of HS-5
Lt. Hunter Thompson of HS-5 briefs a group of reporters on the missions and capabilities of HS-5 on board USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower Feb. 28.


On Feb. 28, Lt. Hunter
Thompson briefed national
and international media
correspondents regarding the
capabilities of the HS-5 "Night-
dippers."
The journalists were on board
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN
69) to learn about the carrier and
the aviation squadrons. Each of
the seven aviation squadrons cur-
rently detached aboard the carri-
er gave a detailed brief on their
various platforms and abilities.
Tthe reporters received a brief
but thorough glimpse into the
tremendous capabilities of the
squadron. The group included
journalists from the Defense
Daily, the Virginian-Pilot newspa-
per and an Austrian media repre-
sentative. The guests watched
with rapt attention as Thompson
played a video showcasing actual
footage of the SH-60F Ocean
Hawk and the HH-60H Rescue
Hawk accomplishing a variety of
tactical missions.
The correspondents held a com-


mon conception that the modern-
day Navy helicopter squadron
exists aboard the carrier only to
provide support for the fixed-
wing squadrons.
However, as Thompson showed
the reporters, the development of
new mission areas and tactics in
the HS community has dated this
mindset. They were especially
impressed with the fact that our
helicopters can now carry the
AGM-114 Hellfire, an extremely
effective anti-surface missile.
Following the brief, squadron
members hosted a question and
answer session. Current global
events seem to have focused the
media's attention on covert spe-
cial operation missions, as a
majority of the questions focused
on the HS-5's ability to perform
naval special warfare insertion
and extractions. Thompson deftly
answered all the questions, pro-
viding excellent background
information for the correspon-
dents, leaving them with a much
clearer view of the critical role
the Nightdippers play in the mod-
ern day carrier strike group.


Helo wash down


Photo b 1 PH I-1ndreii Gerao-3
Sailors from the HS-5 "Nighidippers" clean and preserve one of their helicopters aboard
the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) Feb. 24. Ike and
Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7) are currently underway conducting Tailored Ship's
Training Availability/Final Evaluation Period.


Fire inspections at Yellow Water
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is now conducting the
annual military family
housing fire safety inspec-
tion and briefing for resi-
dents living in the Yellow
Water Military Housing
complex. Inspections will
continue throughout, the
month. These inspections
will be conducted from 9
a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday
through Thursday and will
only be accomplished in the
presence of an adult.
This program is designed
to ensure maximum safety
of all housing residents
through information that
will help in practicing good
housekeeping and what
actions to take in the event
of a fire or emergency in
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Catching


By Chaplain
(Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
S ome years ago a
major electrical com-
pany received a letter
from a third grade girl ask-
ing for information for her
class project. The letter
read something like this:
Dear Sirs:
I'm trying to get all the
information I can, so please
send me any booklets and
papers you, have. Also,
would it be asking too much
for you to send me a little
sample of electricity?
You and I may smile at
the apparent innocence
expressed in this child's
request. This little girl was
asking for a miracle of
sorts. Nevertheless, we are
sometimes like this child.
There are moments that we
deeply desire a miracle of
sorts. There are times that
we need to capture or
recapture a jolt of electrici-
ty to restart our lives.
Indeed, we may even clam-
or for a miracle. '
Think about it. How
many times have we want-
ed concrete examples of the
great mysteries of God?
How many times have we
asked for a miracle (howev-
er small) as tangible proof
of God's presence, concern
and love?
As we make preparations
to celebrate the upcoming
Easter and Passover sea-
sons, two major religions of
the world will commemo-
rate events in their histo-
ries which were, to say the
least, miraculous. The his-


Chaplain (Lt
torical claims
and Jews point
in which the
cern and love
manifested i
nary ways.
So wl
Easter/Pass
may signal to
the onset of s
summer month
I submit tha
anticipated
stands for a
approached w
spirit, an opi
the ,eyes of
Easter/Passi
may even giv
jump-start be
remind you th
personal rene
be manifested
The appro
ter/Passover
remind us
Almighty cc
express love
through a divi
Now, I know
cool to believe
these days. I
some circles i
the politically


electricity
to believe. It may even be
perceived as infantile that
a grown man or woman
Bw, would believe in the "M"
word. But I will go as far
U = as stating that belief in the
miraculous is the meeting
place between the'transcen-
dent (God) and the creation
(us), with faith acting as
S... "i the connecting factor.
S The problem we may
have with the miraculous
may lie in our personal
expectations. We may
expect that a miracle must
.) Joe Molina be a stupendous, spectacu-'
of Christians lar and bigger-than-life
it us to a time event. While it can be that,
presence, con- I believe that for the most
e of God were part miraculous events
in extraordi- occur on a smaller, down-to-
earth scale as seen through
while the the eyes of faith.
over season Here is my experience
) many people with miracles (don't worry,
pring and the I'm not going to startle
hs that follow, you). A miracle can stop
it this much you from drinking the bit-
holy season ter waters of life. A miracle
lot more. If can replace the "old wine"
ith the proper of hopelessness with the
en heart and "new wine" of personal
f faith this renewal and hope. The
over season miraculous assumes that
e you a jolt, a the following exists:
because it will A sense of personal rela-
at miracles of tionship with God.
ewal can still A sense of personal need
in our lives, for God's presence, concern
aching Eas- and love.
season will A personal petition for
that The God's provision according to
continues to God's plan and purpose.
and concern But ultimately, a miracle
ne presence. is seen and experienced
that it is not through the eyes of faith
e in miracles and as seen through those
know that in eyes we may just catch a
t may not be little sample of (God's) elec-
correct thing tricity.


Volunteers needed for Community Emergency Response Team


From Staff


he Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Depart-
ment Emergency
Preparedness Division is
offering a special training
program ,to help citizens
deal with emergency situa-
tions. -
The Jacksonville Com-
munity Emergency Res-
ponse Team (CERT) is a
program developed to train'
and educate citizens in
recognition, response and
recovery from a major dis-
aster when emergency serv-
ices can't respond immedi-
ately.
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-
tions, disaster psychology
dnd how to use different
strategies depending on the
situation.
Volunteers will also par-
ticipate in a final disaster
preparedness exercise to
use the skills they've
learned.


Jax Air News
is looking for

Gate River
Run

participants

If you are running
in this year's Gate
River Run or par-
ticipating in the
walk, please con-
tact the Jax Air
News at 542-5588
or 542-3531.


The goal of the CERT
program is to have volun-
teers help make .their com-
munities safer, stronger
and better prepared for pre-
venting and handling'
threats of terrorism, crime
and disasters.
Classes are ongoing and
volunteers are always need-


weeks. Saturday classes
begin April 22 from 9 a.m.
to noon. Classes can be
alternated to accommodate
volunteer's schedules.
All classes are held at the
Duval County Emergency
Operations Center in the
Fire and Rescue Head-
quarters building at 515 N.
Julia Street.
For more information.
call 630-7885 or go to
www.coj.net.


Special recognition


Photo by LI1(SW/AW) Heather Et nton
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel presents a hurricane laimp
award to NAS Jax Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Relief Services Assistant Jim'Reid
for his outstanding work and dedication during Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma. lst year.
"Your service has been spectacular. There are literally thousands of Sailors and Marines,
along with their families, who have benefited directly from your work. You care about
them and want to ensure that their lives are good. You are a direct reflection of what the
society stands for," remarked Boensel.


Cyclists

needed
From Staff
T ,eam 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-raising event spon-
sored by the American
Diabetes Association.
This year's ride will take
cyclists from Jack-
sonville 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 at
www.diabetes.org/jax-
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A -FEJ7


Mark Lang, a flotilla
commander at the
U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla 14-
04, speaks to the
crowd about the
importance of wear-
ing a flotation
device while out on
the water.


Tim Juror of BMT Designers and Planners shows the crowd
the proper way to ride.an all-terrain vehicle.


NAS J ax hosts


Recreational


Safety Rodeo

By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Service members from all over Northeast Florida and
Southern Georgia came out to NAS Jacksonville
Friday to check out the Recreational Safety Rodeo at
the Navy Exchange/Commissary Complex parking lot.
The rodeo was an opportunity to showcase the latest
safety information related to motorcycling, ATVs, dirt
bikes, boating, personal watercraft, scuba, bicycling and
other recreational venues.
Event organizer Tim Juror of BMT Designers and
Planners thought the event would be a good way to pro-
mote recreational safety to Sailors. "When most people
think about safety, they imagine hours spent in long, bor-
ing safety class," Juror said. "The rodeo is a fun way for
Sailors to learn about the latest safety techniques and
equipment."
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson opened the rodeo by talking to the crowd about
the need for recreational safety awareness. "Every year,
thousands of Sailors are involved in recreational accidents
that cost the Navy man hours, money and most important-
ly, lives," Dobson stated. "Our hope is that events like this
can educate everyone about measures they can take to
ensure they all
return from
liberty in one
piece."
Some of the
events at the
rodeo included
riding demon-
strations from
the award-win-6
ning Jackson-
ville Sheriff's
Office Motorcy-
cle Drill Team,
as well as the
Central Flori-
da Motorcycle
Drill Team,
who are the
reining world
champions. A wide variety of motorcycles were on dis-
Rider enthu- play during the NAS Jacksonville Recre-
siasts also had national Safety Rodeo.
the opportuni-
ty to have their motorcycles and/or other recreational
vehicles inspected at safety inspection booth, participate
in a riding skills challenge and enter bikes in a bike show.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) and the
Florida Rider Training Program were present to provide
information on safe riding and Florida State require-
ments. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Officer Tracey Oman
thinks that motorcycle riders need to learn many of the
lessons that were taught at the rodeo.
S"I see countless riders on the road who have no clue how
to control their bikes," Oman said.
"Many riders go way too fast, don't know how to brake
properly and lack even basic maneuvering skills."
NAS Jax Safety Officer and Navy Region Southeast
Safety Manager Ron Williamson agrees. "The number of
Sailors involved in recreational accidents is completely
unacceptable," he said. "We are losing way too many peo-
ple to accidents that are very avoidable."
Many recreational safety companies and equipment ven-
dors attended the rodeo to introduce Sailors to the latest
in motorcycle safety gear.
"I was really impressed with amount of new gear on dis-
play here," said OS2(SW) Joseph Vega of Fleet Area
Control and Surveillance Facility Jacksonville. "They real-
ly pulled out all the stops."
Off-road riders found representatives from the All-
Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute and MSF Dirt Bike
School. Water enthusiasts were able to talk to the U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary, see safety displays, observe pre-
sentations from the base Yacht Club and Mulberry Cove
Ma-rina and talk to members of the Mayport Dive Club.
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn thought the rodeo was a success and hoped
Sailors would become more enthusiastic about motorcycle
and recreational vehicle safety.
"This is definitely something we will do again in the
future," he said. "Events like this go a long way towards mak-
ing NAS Jacksonville and our local community a safer place."
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Jax Air NeOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 9, 2006


FC2 jamesr
Forlney pa-jpti
cipales in g
demonstratioif"
-of :
the Impact
Jacket, a
motorcycle-
safety device
designed
to protect rid-
ers
in the event of
an accident.


Eight-year old Adam Picklesimer simulates taking a 1943 World War II German Army motorcycle for a ride with his
sister, Kelly Picklesimer, 11.


Photos by JOI Mike England
and LII (SW/AW) Heather Ewton


Tim Jeror (right) of BMT Designers and Planners and Rance
Smith, a member of the Central Florida Motorcycle Drill
Team, attempt to crack a motorcycle helmet during a demon-
stration designed to show how tough helmets are.


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Green thumbs


needed for


NAS Jax Garden


1 Ph,:to(- bil Kal lee LaRocque
Cardener Jack Davitt picks some snow peas from his garden
At NAS jax. Davitt has been gardening here for the past 16
years and grows a variety of vegetables on his plot.
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
K ith spring just around the corner, it's time to get
out there and plant your flowerbeds and veg-
I V etable gardens. In case you don't have a place to
plant some homegrown tomatoes, green beans or cucum-
bers, the NAS Jax Community Garden currently has four
open plots available for active duty members, their fami-
lies or retirees.
The garden was established here in 1988 as a partner-
ship between the base Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department 'and Duval County Urban Garden
Program. There are 15 plots specifically designated to cre-
ate vegetable gardens for families stationed here and
retrees within Duval County.
I've been gardening here for 16 years now since the
beginning of this community garden. When I first started,
there was one garden. Over the years, we gradually
increased to 15 plots and put in spigots and water lines,"
remarked Jack Davitt, who has more than 1,000 hours
working in nursery operations' and helps oversee the gar-
den. ""This is a great stress reliever it's a hobby. It's a
great way to get out and relax and do something produc-
tive. People can come here after work or at lunch and
relieve some stress. And, you get some fresh vegetables
from the garden. Many people do organic gardening with-
oil any chemicals so they are eating healthier."
Those interested in starting a spring garden here must
be committed to their plot. "The first thing they will need
to do is come out and talk with us about their plans and
what they want to grow here. Of course, we have seasonal
crops in the spring and fall. Right now we are planting
our spring gardens which are beans, tomatoes, cucumbers,
squash, etc.," explained Davitt. "They will need fertilizer,
seeds, soaker hoses and timers. We %%ill help new garden-
ers with everything they need and get them going but,
they have to be committed and maintain their garden.
This means weeding, watering, picking the vegetables, dis-

NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes

By Linda Brown
NMCRS,
T he. Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) at
NAS Jax offers Budget for Babies classes the first
and third Wednesday of each month. These compre-
hensive classes are available to all military personnel and
their family members. Partici-pation of both parents is
encouraged.
joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and financial planner
helps the expecting parents prepare a budget for baby
from birth through college. He offers money
saving tips for buying baby's first items such as-furni-
ture, car seats, carriers and strollers. Retirement planning
for parents is also discussed. ,
At the conclusion of the class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", valued at $100. The sturdy canvas
bag contains a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in Building 13 from 9:30
a.m.-noon on the first Wednesday of each month and from
6-4 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call 542-3515.




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Joe Snowberger, a retired naval officer and a representative
with Columbia College, rototills his plot at the NAS Jax
Garden March 2 to get ready for the spring planting as Jack
Davitt (center) and Roscoe Whitson watch.
carding the plants when the season is over and cleaning
up their plot."
By partnering with the Duval County Urban Garden
Program, gardeners here have an abundance of informa-
tion available from specialists. "One of our primary func-
tions is to help people start community gardens. We help
establish the gardens and ensure they are maintained. We
also assist by bringing our tractor and rototiller out twice
a year to till the plots, provide any information a new gar-
dener may need and do site visits to identify pest infiltra-
tion and treatment procedures," said Urban Gardening
Program Assistant Sara Cimbalik, who has been with the
program for the past two years.
"Gardening is a great way to reduce the bill at the gro-
cery store and get the family involved in something. It
provides exercise, good nutrition, and it really inspires the
youths who haven't really been exposed to learn where
their vegetables come from they are thrilled to pull a'
carrot out of the ground or a pea off a vine," added
Cimbalik.
"We have a couple of families that come out here. Last
year, one man brought his daughter and she planted car-
rots for the first time. She was so excited. I've met so
many people out here. It's amazing that the novices who
,come here and know nothing about' gardening, become
experts within about five years," continued Davitt.
For newcomer or "rookie" as he calls himself, Joe
Snowberger. the garden is a wonderful way to reduce some
stress. "I moved into a new house here and didn't have
room for a garden. Then, I stumbled onto the extension
program which is awesome. I went there to learn about
landscaping my yard. While there, I learned about the
community garden program at NAS Jax. I had one when I
lived in Washington D.C. and loved the concept," said
Snowberger, a retired naval officer and representative
with.Columbia College on base." There wasn't a spot open
here at the time so I put my name on the list and got a
phone call earlier this year telling me to come on out. So
here I am. I just planted some winter vegetables. I'm the


Gardener Garland McLaurin tends to his vegetables at th
NAS Jax Garden March 2. "This is my hobby. I spent 30 yeai
in the military and now I'm retired, so I come out here ever
day and relax. I enjoy growing things and helping the nei
gardeners out here," said McLaurin.
rookie here. I love it because everyone who shows up her
tells me how to do things. I welcome the advice and lear
new things every day. It's a great way to relieve stress an
I love being outdoors."
Each plot is 30 feet in diameter and there are som
guidelines in place on how to maintain a garden. "We hav
to follow the guidelines for watering which is twice a wee
before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. And, the garden must b
maintained. Nothing here goes to waste. Any extra vegets
bles are given away to those who need them," stress
Davitt.
Like most hobbies, gardening can be time-consuming. ]
is up to the individuals to keep up with their plot. Fc
more information about available plots, call Davitt at 77e
6974.
For general questions about gardening, call the DuvE
County Extension Urban Gardening Program at 387-885
and ask to speak with a master gardener Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to noon or 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.


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NAS Jax tax center offers help


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

FFSC offers

educational

and support

programs
From Staff


joint return and spouse will not be present
to sign tax return. Blank check, or bank
routing transit number and account num-
ber, if you choose to have your refund direct-
ly deposited into your account.
Due to the type of training given to our
VITA reps, the following information is pro-
vided 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;
Fprm 1040-ES, Form 2441(child and devel-
opment 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 (capi-
'tal gains and losses); Schedule E (rents and
royalties); Form SS-5 (requests for social
security number); Form 2106 (employee,
business expenses); Form 3903 (moving);
Form 8606 (nondeductible IRA) and Form
8615 (minor's investment income).
For more information on the tax center,
call 542-8038.


Promoting a healthy lifestyle



HM3 Chad
Bayley of the
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville
Wellness Center
(right) discusses
some of the
ingredients he
uses to make fruit
smoothies with
commissary.
customer Franklin
Colburn March 1.
Staff members of .
the wellness cen-
ter set upthe
booth in the pro-
duce department
to promote better
nutrition. March
is National
Health Awareness
PMonth. -t
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque:


T he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Educa-
tion and Support Program
is the foremost preventive
measure for the avoidance
of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available 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 register, call 542-
2766, Ext. 127.

Red Cross

collecting for

Iraq war

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







12 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 9, 2006

FISC Jax, NS Mayport

and NSB Kings Bay

consolidate resources


From Fleet Industrial
Supply Center Jax


Beginning March 20,
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 serv-
iced 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
pnline move counseling
and application system.
SWM is a system that
can be accessed from any
location with an Internet
connection.
SWM customers and
spouses can read about
their move entitlements
and responsibilities and
submit a move application,
*making it easier for the
customer.
SWM can be found
online at https://www.sma-
.rtwebmove.navsup.navy.
mil.
The personal property
office at Kings Bay will
remain open on Tuesdays
.and Thursdays and the
Mayport office will be open
on Mondays and
Wednesday, both from
;8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The few number of cus-
tomers not eligible to use
SWM will receive counsel-
ing by appointment at
their respective personal
'property office on the
above mentioned days of
operation.
These include civilians,


military making personal-
ly procured moves (former-
ly known as DITY moves),
military moving boats or
mobile homes, non-Navy
military moving OCONUS,
and some Navy moving
OCONUS.
For local customers who
do not have easy access to
an Internet connection,
FISC Jax has arranged for
customers to use comput-
ers at Columbia College,
located on the second deck
of Building 110:
SWM customers have
toll-free technical support
at 1-877-962-3365 or by
email at navsup@intel-
mark-it.com.
SWM customers can call
Navy's HHG Helpline for
questions about move enti-
tlements. 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.
In some cases, FISC
Jacksonville should be con-
tacted directly for HHG
services:
CACOs should contact
FISC Jacksonville directly
regarding HHG shipments
for deceased active duty
members.
Members with short fuse
orders should immediately
complete SWM counseling
and submit their applica-
tion.
After submitting the
application, 'they should
immediately contact FISC
Jacksonville to alert HHG
staff of the short fuse.
For more information,
contact Henry Bailey at
542-1000, Ext. 102 or Lt.
Cmdr. Michael Johnson at
542-1000, Ext. 103.


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Lenten Mass one more way


hospital chaplains minister


to patients, family and staff


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
The Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Pastoral
Care Department
observed the first day of
Lent March 1 with mass
celebrated in the hospital's
second floor chapel.
According to Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Roman Catholic Chaplain
Lt. Matthew D'Souza, who
conducted the Ash


Wednesday Mass, Catholic
Lent is a 40-day period of
fasting and abstinence, pen-
itential in nature and tak-
ing its shape from the 40
days that Jesus spent in the
desert after his baptism in
the. Jordan. Lent starts on
Ash Wednesday when the
faithful are signed with the
cross the sign of the
Christian faith. Ashes are
blessed and imposed on
each participant. Ash
Wednesday and Good


Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono (center) shakes hands with other participants in
the Ash Wednesday Mass during the "Passing of the Peace"
portion of the liturgy.


Friday (Good Friday in par-
ticular) are the most impor-
tant penitential days of the
Catholic liturgical year.
Lent, a special season of
prayer, penance and works
of charity, has biblical con-
nections with the 40 days
Moses spent on Mt. Sinai
and Elijah's 40 days journey
to Mt. Horeb. The Lenten
season is a fitting time to
climb the Holy Mountain of
Easter.
All days of Lent are days
of abstinence, which refers
to the eating of meat. Under
present church law, absti-
nence does not include egg
or milk products, meat
soups or gravies. The com-
mon estimation of the com-
munity is used to determine
what falls under the catego-
ry of meat. The rule of
abstinence binds all
Catholics 14 years old or
older.
While all days of Lent are
days of abstinence, Ash
Wednesday and Good
Friday are both days are of
fasting and prayer.
Lent readies the faithful
for celebrating the Pascal
mystery ateer a period of
closer attention to the word
of God, and more ardent
prayer. The faithful are


Photos by HM 1 Michael Morgan
Family Practice Resident Lt. Sean McGrath receives the mark of the cross from Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Chaplain Lt. Matthew D'Souza.


encouraged to practice spe-
cial devotions such as the
Stations of the Cross. This
can be done privately or
along with any parish con-
gregation.
The substantial obser-
vance of the laws of fast and
abstinence is a serious obli-
gation. Those who work or
whose health would be
impaired are excused from
fasting and abstaining. The
individual conscience can
decide if there is a proper
cause to excuse. A more
serious reason should be
present to excuse from the
Ash Wednesday and Good
Friday penance.


Advisory committee recommends changes to pay system


By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
A committee that's
spent the past year,
studying the mili-
tary compensation system
is recommending sweeping
changes that, if approved,
would bring military com-
pensation more on par with
private-sector compensa-
tion.
The Defense Advisory
Committee on Military
Compensation released
details of its recommenda-
tions Feb. 28 and is incorpo-
rating them in a final
report expected to go to
Defense Secretary Donald
Rumsfeld by late April, the
committee chairman told
the American Forces Press
Service.
The proposed package
includes two major ideas,
retired Adm. Donald
Pilling, former vice chief of
naval operations, ex-
plained. "These include
revamping the retirement
system soservice members
receive more pay through-
out their careers rather
than at their completion,
and basing pay on perform-
ance rather than longevity
and other factors," he said.
Pilling emphasized that
any proposed changes to
the compensation package


would be grandfathered in,
so currently serving mem-
bers would not be affected.
The only exception could be
in the case that current
members are offered the
opportunity to voluntarily
"opt in" to the new system,
he added.
In terms of retirement,
the committee recom-
mends: vesting members at
10 rather than 20 years;
paying graduated retire-
ment plans ranging from 25
percent of base pay at 10
years to 100 percent of base
pay at 40 years; establish-
ing a Thrift Savings Plan
with government contribu-
tions of 5 to 10 percent of
base pay; providing "gate
pays" at specific service
milestones, as determined
by the individual services;
and delaying payment of
the retirement annuity
until age 60.
In terms of pay for per-
formance, the committee
recommends revising the
pay charts so pay is based
on time in grade rather
than years of service; and
eliminating the "with
dependents" and "without-
dependents" provision of
basic allowance for housing
so all service members in
the 'same pay grade receive
the same allowance, regard-


less of their family situa-
tion.
The proposed system
would benefit service mem-
bers, giving them more
upfront cash throughout
their careers, Pilling said.
He noted that most pri-
vate-sector compensation
packages give 80 percent of
their cash up front, defer-
ring just 20 percent for
retirement. In contrast, the
current military compensa-
tion package pays about
one-half the total compen-
sation up front and defers
the rest.
The committee's recom-
mendations help update
the current military retire-
ment system that Pilling
said was based on a 1940s-
era model.
At that time, most mem-
bers served 30 years,
retired in their 50s and typ-
ically lived into their 60s,
he said. Today, it's typical
for service members to
retire after 20 years of serv-
ice to start second careers
and to live longer lives.
Restructuring the com-
pensation package will pro-
vide more options for serv-
ice members, Pilling said.
Rather than offering no
retirement benefit short of
20 years, the proposed sys-
tem would offer a portable


retirement system with
reduced-level benefits after
10 years, he explained.
"Revising the pay tables
to reward time in grade will

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Department offers services
for people of all faiths
including individual coun-
seling.
Roman Catholic Mass is
in the hospital chapel week-
days at 11:30 a.m.
Protestant worship mass is
in the chapel on Sundays at


10 a.m.
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the second deck of the main
hospital building. It is open
24 hours a day for private
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R registration for Florida Community
College at Jacksonville's 2006
Summer Term (May 8 May Aug.
25) is now ongoing. If you have not been
able to get into the class you wanted in the
past, it's highly recommended you register


early to reserve your seat.
Placement tests are required for math
and English. Allow 48 hours for the Navy
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MWR Planner

Mission First, Sailors Always


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

For more information,
call 542-3493.
: Free bowling on
Wednesday for active duty
from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe
rental not included)
Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow
in the dark bowling with
1;ight show and music!
Family Day
Every Sunday
11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and
soft drink for $5
Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday
Includes shoe rental
6-10 p.m.

For more information on
fitness and athletics, call
542-3518/3229.
Learn to Lift Program
Monday at 9 a.m. and
Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Free
Sign-up at the Fitness
Source front desk.
Leprechcaun Dash
March 17,11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/Antenna
Farm
Call 542-2930/3239/3518
for more information.

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bout I.T.T. trips or ticket
prices, please call 542-3318.
Travel Fair
March 18
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
NEX Food Court
Vendors and door prizes.
50th annual Spring Tour
qf Homes & Gardens in
Beaufort, S.C.
March 31 & April 1
Single occupancy -
3241.75, double occupancy -
$192.25
Includes lodging, break-
fast, lunch, dinner, a guided
city tour, and tour.
Sign up by March 1.

STrips, activities and costs
inay be restricted to E1-E5
single or unaccompanied
Active duty members. Call
the Liberty Cove Recrea-
tion Center for more details,
542-3491.
Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall &
4MC Theater
Free
Last Buck BBQ
March 14
Free hamburgers and
l otdogs while they last!


Liberty Cove
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
542-3521.
The Comics on Duty
World Tour featuring
Steve Bills, Jeff Capri,
Danny Villalpando, and
Gary Brightwell
April 4, 4:30 p.m. at the
CPO Club and 7:30 p.m. at
The Zone
Free

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.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. -
Domino (R)
March 17, 7 p.m. Pride
and Prejudice (PG)
March 18, 5 p.m. Yours,
Mine and Ours (PG)
March 18, 7 p.m. Rent
(PG-13)
March 24, 7 p.m. -
Waiting (R)
March 31, 7 p.m. -
Dreamer (PG)

For more information on
the golf course, please call
542-3249. For Mulligan's,


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back by a bungee cord on one of the attractions at last year's Month of the Military Child
Carnival at the Youth Activities Center. This year's carnival will be held April 8 from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. For more information, call 778-9772.
call 542-2936. ry food and drink specials. Month of the Military


Mulligan's St. Patrick's
Day Celebration
March 17, 5- 10 p.m.
Live band, complimenta-


For more information on
Youth Activities call 778-
9772.


Child Carnival
April 8, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Games, prizes, snow
cones and much more!


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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 Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meet-
ings 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 information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter
38 meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appoint-
ment 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 information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina.The Navy Jax Yacht Club is-a mem-
bers only club open to all active duty, reservists,
retired military and active and retired Department
of Defense civilians. For more information, call
778-0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held
the second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at
The Country Cabin restaurant located on
Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to
any single, divorced, separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For more information,


please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
The MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange
Park/Westside holds their business meeting the
second Thursday of each month from 10-11 a.m.
at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Boulevard across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for playgroups, field trips,
MOMS Nite Out and family outings. For informa-
tion, contact Angela Adams at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com
The Association of Aviation Ordnance-
men's meeting is held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on
Collins Road. For more information, call AO1
Michael Steckly at 542-5508 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 information, call Janneice Moore
at 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Association of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open invitation to all cur-
rently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.'
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all


those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call
269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The St. Augustine Spring Art and Craft
Festival will be held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events/Francis Field near the
St. Augustine Visitor's Center. More than 150
exhibitors will be at the event. For more informa-


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meet and greet visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti O'Neal at 421-
9158.
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
and the NAS Jax Chapel have formed a partner-
ship to assist military families that became victims
of Hurricane Katrina. The volume of clothing com-
ing in and going out of DUW ori a daily basis has
escalated. The organization desperately needs
more volunteers Monday through Saturday to help


sort the truckloads of incoming clothing and then
pack this clothing into boxes for distribution to the
area chapels. For more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email pmcdonald@digni-
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Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Docent
Corps needs you! Volunteers are needed to dedi-
cate one morning each week to give school tours.
The Cummer Docent Corps provides an invalu-
able service to the museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures to the finished tour,
docents use a combination of important historical
information and good humor to bring works of art
to life. If you are interested in volunteering, please
contact Susan Gallo at 899-6006 or e-mail at
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H ow is Military Spouse
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job search services or job boards?
Here are the top 10 differences:
MSCCN has an in-depth under-
standing of the challenges of military
spouse employment. Yes, we've read
the studies, but in addition, the cre-
ator and current staff are all military
spouses. We have lived and still do
live the life of military spouses.
The MSCCN web portal, powered
by Brass Ring, is dedicated to and
designated only for military spouses.
Other job boards labeled for military
spouses utilize a Web page for mili-
tary spouses, but employ traditional
job boards that offer positions in a
multitude of companies. Employers
may be military-friendly, but
MSCCN's employers are military-sup-
portive. There are currently more
than 1,300 active job listings from
these military-supportive employers
on the portal with more than 2,000
more being added.
Employers who sponsor MSCCN
and subscribe to the web portal serv-
ices receive unlimited job postings,
pay no placement 'fees, and work with
MSCCN to succession plan. Military
spouses who move to new locations
where their present employer is also
located can be transferred easily to
new positions. This assists the
employer and provides job portability
to the military spouse.
Resumes for job applicants can be
forwarded for review and reworking
by a professional who has volunteered


to be part of the MSCCN resume
coalition. Although resumes may be
easily uploaded online or created
entirely online, as with standard job
boards, this service is widely used
and highly valuable. Many appli-
cants produce poor resumes that do
not adequately highlight their
achievements and special experience.
The extra resume assistance provides
better opportunities for MSCCN
applicants and promotes a more accu-
rate assessment by prospective
employers.
MSCCN is an extension of existing
Department of Defense family cen-
ters' services and works closely with
family center staff of all Services. We
do not compete with the Services, but
instead partner with them to support
them and extend their reach.
MSCCN values its relationship
with all Services and is proud to have
existing Memorandum of
Understandings (MOUs) with the
Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast
Guard. An Air Force MOU is pend-
ing. What other military spouse job
service or board has MOUs with the
services?
As special needs arise, MSCCN
willingly stretches its reach to meet
those needs. For example, the recent
hurricanes displaced many military
spouses. Jobs were lost. MSCCN cre-
ated a special Hurricane Katrina/Rita
project to assist displaced military
spouses who seek employment in new
locations. High tech is enriched with
extensive high-touch services.
Employers in targeted areas are
called to encourage hiring the affect-
ed military spouses and resumes are


spouses
networked directly with existing part-
nered companies and other potential
employers. Spouses are offered tele-
phonic encouragement and guidance
in their job search efforts.
Military spouses are paramount in
our program and main top priority
through the MSCCN Web portal.
MSCCN cannot ignore our war
wounded veterans and their care-
givers. We work closely with the
Military Severely Injured Center and
the non-profit Coalition to Salute
America's Heroes to assist military
spouses and other caregivers of war
wounded veterans, as well as the vet-
erans themselves.
All applicants are tracked, regard-
less of their situation. The Web portal
provides customizable data for track-
ing. Family center staff and partici-
pating employers can easily extract
the status of applicants in their job
search. Even more useful for family
centers is the potential to program
results as outcome measures.
Applicants from sources outside of the
portal are hand-tracked by MSCCN
staff.
Costs are low for participating
employers, as stated above. The quali-
ty of service is high and costs the mil-
itary spouse nothing. There is no
charge for family centers, and to-date,
no charge to DoD. Employers who
support the military and understand
the value of the often-overlooked
labor pool of military spouses are
stepping up by funding MSCCN, a
corporate, non-profit, direct hire pro-
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From Navy Exchange
Marketing
Take a look at these
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You save money everyday
at your NEX, plus no sales
tax. If you find a lower
price at another local store,
we'll match it! The NEX
also has a 14-day price
guarantee on any item orig-
inally purchased from the
exchange. To see the results
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2: Value. High quality
and low prices at your
exchange add up to excel-
lent value.
3: Guaranteed Satisfac-
tion. We want you to be sat-
isfied with your purchase.


Our return policy means we
will either issue a refund or
make an equitable adjust-
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not live up to your expecta-
tions. See store for details.
4: Selection. From gadg-
ets to gasoline, giftware to
games, candy to CDs, fast
food to photo finishing,
you'll find what you need at
your "Navy Family Store."
5: Brand Names. In
clothing, house wares, home
products, electronics and
more, we have the great
national brands you want.
6: Store Brands. Our
store brands offer the same
quality as national brands
at savings of 20-40 percent
everyday.
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ence events are free and open to the public.
Critically acclaimed, best-selling writers such as Steve
Berry, Bill Belleville and David Poyer; and Florida photog-
rapher John Moran will share their crafts and how they get
their ideas onto paper. Editors will give expert advice on the
best ways to get your works published. Nearly two-dozen
authorities on the written word will be on-hand over the
four-day Festival.
Free pre-conference activities begin March 25 at
Downtown Campus and continue on March 28,29 and 30 at
the College's South and Kent campuses. Topics include
poetry, getting published, song writing, comics as art and
literature along with readings and workshops.
Volunteers are need for this weeklong event. Those wish-
ing to volunteer may contact Bill Dougherty at
wfd_3rd@bellsouth.net. Volunteers are able to work half a
day and attend the rest of the day for free, so it's a good
deal.
Complete scheduled, roster of speakers and registration
information are available at http://opencampus.fccj.org/WF/
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"We see about 200 people each month providing about
$100,000 in assistance. Last year, we had the best fund
drive ever, raising $365,000. That's $365,000 that came
in, but 1.5 million went out to help those in need. So how
do you do that through interest-free loans. We loan out
the money and then our clients pay it back
and the money is turned around and used by another per-
son in need," explained NAS Jax NMCRS Director Dave
Faraldo. "So it really is service members taking care of
service members. Navy Relief really has no money. We
have your money on deposit in a bank so that when you
need it, you can come and get it."
Founded in 1904, the NMCRS is a private, non-profit,
charitable organization. It is sponsored by the
Department of the Navy and operates nearly 241 offices
ashore and afloat at Navy and Marine Corps bases
throughout the world.
During the 101 years the NMCRS has been operating,
they have helped millions of people through loans and
grants. NMCRS also offers other forms of assistance such
as providing layettes or "junior seabags" to new family
members, a visiting.nurse program to help new mothers,
elderly individuals and anyone who needs a little extra
help and thrift shops offering low-cost clothing and
household items.
This year's fund drive runs through mid April.
Numerous fund raising events such as golf tournaments,
car washes, bake sales and special raffles are planned
throughout the next six weeks. For more information, see
your command NMCRS Fund Drive keyperson or contact
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3-on-3 Sand volleyball league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, command
department of Defense personnel and Reservists. The games are
played at lunchtime. All, interested personnel should contact the ath-
letic department to get the required paperwork to join the league.

Tennis tournament is March 27
A Captain's Cup men and women's singles tennis tournament will
be held March 27. The tournament is free and open to all NAS Jax
active duty, Reservists, and Department of Defense personnel.
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, scorekeepers needed
' The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for indi-
viduals to officiate soccer, softball, football and volleyball at NAS
Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball. Experience is
riot 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 provid-
ed as well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times.
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.rmil or visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.,


STANDINGS


Greybeard Basketball Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 8 1
TPU 8 2
AIMD 6 4
VP-16 5 4
VP-62 4 6
NCTS 2 8
CPRW-11 1 7


Intramural
Team
VS-22
VP-30 Staff
Naval Hospital Go
VP-45
NCTS
VP-5
Security
HS-75
AIMD 400
AIMD
Naval Hospital Blu
Blount Island
VP-30 Students
VP-16
HS-7
MEPS
Weapons
VP-62
FACSFAC


Basketball
Wins
9
12
Id 9
9
6
7
7
5
3
7
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6
4
3
3
4
4
2
2


Final Standings
Losses
0
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2
3
3
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
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7
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PAY: Advisory commit-

tee recommends changes

to military compensations


From Page 13

ensure consistent bene-
fits for service members
promoted ahead of their
peers," remarked Pilling.
"And by paying equal
housing allowances to all
members of equal grade
in equal locations, the
proposed' system .will
reward people "for their
performance, not their
marital status."
While bringing the mil-
itary pay system more on
par with systems in the
private sector, Pilling
said the proposal main-
tains sight that service in
the military is unique.
For example, while it
calls for greater cost
sharing among TRICARE
recipients, it 'continues to


ensure full medical care
after 20 years of service,
he noted.
"If Rumsfeld approves
the plan, it will be sub-
ject to congressional
review before being intro-
duced," he stated.
The secretary estab-
lished the Defense
Advisory Committee on
Military Compensation to
study the current pay
system and come up with
ways to bring it more in
line with what service
members want and oper-
ational needs demand.
The sevpn-member
committee spent a year
reviewing the military
pay package, holding
public hearings and
developing its recommen-
dations.


4-on-4 Flag Football Standings
As of March 3


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


Wins
8
6
3
5
7
6
5
3
2
3
4
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Losses
0
1
2 ,
3
4
4
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5
6
6
8


Opening ceremonies


Members of the NAS Jax Honor Support Team proudly dis- PhotIs\ b Ka )lee LaRocque
play the colors as the Navy Band Southeast performs the
national anthem at the opening ceremonies of the Navy
Ortega Lakeshore League baseball and softball season
Saturday.


NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson throws out
the first pitch to officially open the Navy Ortega Lakeshore
League baseball and softball season Saturday at NAS Jax.
Hundreds of kids ages 5 through 16 play on teams here. The
season will run through the end of May. For more information
about the league, call 778-0311 or go to www.noljax.org.


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2 Pierce Co.,
280 GA

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Blackshear 912- 449.3482'


288 Toombs
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Toombs County, GA
43 acres with 3,168 S.F.
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$795K Call 388-8410

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4555 College St. $171K.
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$320k. comm pool &
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3170 Misty Crk Ln. 32216,
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4 1572sf, southslde
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1310 Northwood Rd
brick 3/2, renov., wd
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2/2.5 1500sf end unit
4335 Winderbrooke Ct
$164,000 904-536-7796
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PVB CONDO'S2/2 & 1/1 view, dock, new kit,
Walk to Beach. Owner apple, pool, help w/clsng
financing avail, priced cost. $229,900. 703-5439
to sell. Call 955- 0872 or 221-5941
PVB EAST of AlA 4/2.5, SS 3/2 garage, balcony,
2200sf, Gourmet kit, tile, 1299sf near Avenues
fpl, crtyd jasmine gard. priced to sell! $165,500.
$434,900. Call 219-3531 Call 904-891-1657
PVB FSBO 2/1 Duplex on SUMMERHOUSE -at Old
cul de sac. Many Ponte Vedra 1/1,546sf,
updates. Lge priv fen yd new ac ceramic tile
1 cargar & noHOA fees thru out. 138,900 222-1064
$229,500 154 Del Prado
Ct. all 904514-6673 360. Out of Area/
VILANO BCH 100x250, FR60 Town/State
Oceanfmt, 2700sf, 4/3C
beautifullyrenov. ELKTON FL. 15AC In
$1.575M. 319'-6215045 ProposedS Equestrian

3__ __ $1KHome for sale In
o y Chesapeake, VA. 4Br
DW FORECLOSURES: 2.5ba Huge yrd eat.I n-
*4br/2ba'02 1855sf 2 kit, Irg mstr ste. Avail.
ac, $108Kobo; now Call Gia Dyer at
*3br/2ba '04 1620sf, 1 ac, 757-289-1952
$88K obo.727-7344957 Looking for a home in
FSBO -2537 Cosmos, 3/2, Norfolk. Chesapeake,
w/new apple & decks Suffolk, Portsmouth, Va
350 w81 -56 26 Beach, or Newport
1+ac, $120k 881-5626 News, VA? Call Gia Dyer
FSBO Manuf Home on 1757-289-1952
AC, 1 bick off paved MTN VIEWLOTS-Lake
Rds. 3/2 w/ bonus Lure, NC, from $29,900
1680sf DW, new pnt, www.rowelland.com
cabinets, counter tops, 864-909-1035
carpet and vinyl Ravine
at back ofprooerty. Palatka 2/1 Cottage on 3
Call 904-505-7833 Lynn lots in town, like coun-
try living. $122K Duplex
M'burg96 DW 3/2.1.5ac 2/1 Boh sides. 5 yr
ch&a, v-ceilings on cul- tenants. $179K
de-sac, backs to Jen- 904-461-9528/826-3962
ningsFrst$87K 626.8579 OF AUG 485AC,
C Orange Park/ SR 207 Frontage.
3. 5mClay Call 904-826-5165
Welaka 1 hour from OP.
Beautiful 3yr old hm. 3/2 RV Resort, pool, boat
1875sf Fncd yrd, vltd basin/on St Johns.'05
ceil, sprngr sys. Park Model/shed & lot
$194,500,OBO 291-4520 $75,000. 904-264-3446,
Fleming Isl $159K New Wilcox Ga. 2 Story Home
3/2, 1400SF, great schls, on 16acres w/8 ac fully
quiet N'hhod Priced to stocked pond addi-
sell. Call 891-3609 tional acres avail. 229
365-7444, 229-322-1453
OAKLEAF, Must Sell
Make Offer. 4/2, 1750sf, Manufactured
l$236K. See at: 365 Manufactured
forsalebyowner.com 3w i Homes
#20569866. Ph:838-7443
OFF WELLS RD. -3/2, fp,11111171 1 111;
deck, porch, water, new 2. J. &. 5 oearoam
cpt, pnt, SS apple, tile, E-Z finn,:ing 3l,1.
$186,900. 386-649-6929 C3aI Rebe.:,:3 1- 246-7684

St Johns FinancinAvail
3-0 County Call Belinda @ 372-0186

4, GOLF COURSE
SHOME 4 bdrm, plus 2/1 brand new Low D/P
4 bonus rm, 4 full call 249-9546
baths, heated pool, __ __ ___
cul. de- sac, many -
extras. $540K ( the beach!
904-891-7878/794-7500 E-Z Qualifying
JUL CRK PLANT 4/2, new c Rebecca 246-7684
tile/cpt, 1850sf, gas fpl, ,
mat. trees, fncd yd,
culdesac, 904.631.4797 Beautiful Gated West-
.Wh side comm..new & used
JUST LISTED! Whisper 2&3 br hms. Finavail
ge On, House / Call Bettyann 783-2460
1-B; 813.. Longneedle
Dr. 3/2, 1850sf Presv lot
$295,900. 904-377-9216
South Hampton Like new
3/2 Nature preserve Call now and get
upgrades walk to golf pre-approved over the
cluf. $339,900687-9847 phone Sandy 695-2255
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
342 St. Augustine Land Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385
REDUCED NEAR WGV, FREE MOBILE HOMES!
huge 4/3/2, 2 ACRES THIS IS NOT A MISPRINT!
remodeled, move in MUST BE MOVED FROM
cond, $469.9k 819-9793 AREA. DEB 904- 226- 5460
34 Nassau HOMES OF MERRIT (3)
5 Nassau $1SK or $20K & 1 Will
4 County Owner Fiance. 693-3442

LAND FOR LAND/HOME PACKAGES
LAND FOR 24 YRS EXP. $ODWN. HOMES
SALE OF MERIT 477-4225 OR EMAIL
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Callahan Area LAND HOME PACKAGE
626-6393. 3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
350 Waterfront $980 Down. $749 Mo.
3 U Waterront Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291-2735
DOCTORS LAKE MOBILE HOME 3/2 with
Open House Sat. 11-5. land in Mandarin. 1/2mi
2133 Blue Heron Cove Dr. to Aves Mal $55,000
Fleming Island FL. toA yes Mail $55,000
Stunning new ('03) 904-742-1516/268-8901
custom executive all MOVING! MUST SELL!
brick waterfront model, 3/2, 1600SF+ Over Acre
4/3/office, pool, spa, and a Half. Won't last!
dock with boathouse $695 per month.
and 2 additional slips. Call Mr. Bradley
Massive kitchen loaded 874-1862 or 291-3100
w/upgrades. 12' ceil-
ings. 219-9674. $799,000. MUST SELL 3BR 2BAI
D/W and Land Home.
LOT W/DOCK PERMIT. Stainless Steel Appi.
Trout Rvr Landing $135K. Great Jacksonville Loca-
70x130. Robin @ tion Little Down Easy
904-924-0033/759-4180 Financing, Won't Last! 1
MANDARIN DEEP WATER CALL JOHN 291-0716
view of city, 3000sf, 3/3, Portside, Intracoastal
1 ac, 30' bluff, asking 16'x80', 2/2, corner lot
1.64 M, Open House Sat ceiling fans, walk-in
Sun 10-2 904-463-3386 closets, $25K 904-386-4092
Palatka Riverfront SELLING YOUR MOBILE
100'x400' 2/1 Detached HOME? TOP CASH!!
gar. Excellent view. Old or New or Assume
$525K 386-937-4036 Loan. Call 730-8606



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1 Acre Estate lots.
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Middleburg / Maxville
Area. (7) .5 Acre lots,
private subdivision,
off CR217, $28,000 per
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for purchase of all lots.
Homes only. Call
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MIDDLEBURG AREA.
4.19 Acres. Hdmes Only.
$95,000 OBO.
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mult-fam/Resid- Apprx
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375 Farms/
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75 Beaut. Acres. 35 ml So.
of Jax w/paved rd
frontage, will divide,
$25k/ac, 386-659-2152
FARM SITES, 5-10 ACRES
Pasture and ponds,
ready to build, Camden
County Georgia, $14,000
- $18,000 / acre
912-674-5505 ask for Jim

HORSE FARM-7.5ac.
5012 Silo Rd. off Pacetti
Rd. Nr. Intl Golf. Home
+ 2.3ac. $395K; 5.2ac.
$495K. either or both
Bob Retherford, Prop-
erty Services, Inc.
731-9500 x405

KENTUCKY, 4,472ACRES.
Great recreational or
Investment property.
Big deer & turkey, 50mi
of road frontage, will
divide. 1 hour from
Nashville. 478-319-2980

LAND FOR
SALE
Callahan Area
626-6393.

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1750sf 2carg. 1/2 block
from ocean. $2100m
992-4352 or 655-6533
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410 Condominiums
FLEM ISL PL 3/2.5 TH
1643sf, garage, W&D, all
amenities. Top Schools
$1280m. 904-424-5378
JAX BEACH- Palms at
Marsh Landing 1/1,
beautiful view, patio,
tiled firs, many amen's
$865m. 904-866-3912
MANDARIN 2/2, 1250sf,
2nd fir, 1 car gar,
$1200mo + $600 dep.
12700 Bartram Park.
292-1414 or 333-8677
Mandarin Bartram Park
new Ig 3/2.5 TH, apples
w/d, gar, screen l anal,
$1295+$1295d 726-1665
M'BURG/Ravines on golf
crse. 2/2.5, gar, story,
Stated comm, cable,
rash Pickup, lawn-
maint incl. 90453 55799
OP/Flem. Isl/Lake Ridge
Villa N, Brand new
3/2.5 TH w/gar. on wtr,
Prices call 954-668-5234
OP Club Continental 3/3
1 car garage frp, ch&a,
all applis, club amen
$1300 or FSBO 272-5202
OP RIVERFRONT
Large 2/2, Club Conti-
nental area. $1450 mo.
Call 386-334-7100
PONTE VEDRA BCH
Stunning Cottage
w/sep entrance, patio,
storage area, pert loc.
Summerhouse Condos,
March Free $1050mo. /
Jennifer 917- 859- 7859.
HYFLBROKER@aol.com
Beachside 3/2 TH $1350
ICW -Avanti Condos
2/2 w/solarium $1075,
$S00sec. March Free
Jennifer broker 917 8597859
PONTE VEDRA BCH
*Summerhouse
1BR $850
March FREE
David 917-860-5520
Ponte Vedra Beach 3/2
New appi, w/d Incl, new
tile, carpet. Pets ok.
Beach/handicap access
$1500m 813-0304
PONTE VEDRA Gated 1/1,
scrn porch, fpl, w/d, poo
conv. to shops/Rest/Bch
$800mo. Call 534-7802
PVB/SUMMER HOUSE 5C
2BR all new, lake view,
walk to bch. Great amen.
12mo Lease -4th month
FREE. 770-495-.0374
PV OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL!
2/2 $1050 -3/2 $1300
FP, vltd cells, beautiful!
Newly ren, many amenity
All Condos Incl Appi & Blinds
*4 Garages for rent from $75
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273-3939 or 610-6460
Southside Point
Meadows. Quite area.
Must See! Ready now!
$1080mo 904-553-2503
SOUTHSIDE 2br/2ba NEW
Ref./ W&D/pool/fit-
ness/no assc. fee/great
loc. on Gate Pkwy.only
$1000 m 904-545-1590
SOUTHSIDE 5811 Atlantic
Blvd. 2/2.5,.2 story,
$950mo, river view,
water access, cable,
pool, & clubhouse.
904-545-0990
S'SIDE, NEW, 2 WKS FREE
2/2, granite, tile, w/d,
pool, fitness, gated,
1300sf, 234-0624. $1100m
S'SIDE Brand new 3/2, all
applies, WD, cony loc,
$100mo. 904-509-6247
or 954-336-2430
S'side Montreux 2br/2ba,
1173sf. w/d, new, lake-
front, gated, amen's
$1195m. 904-535.-7993
WILLIAMS WALK n e w
condo, 1st fir, 2/2,5 star
amenities-, avail 4/1,
$1200mo. 505-5679
Immac. 2br/2ba patio.
St. Johns Bluff & Beach
vault ceiling 1000sf
fenc yd $875m. 635-1235

41m e Houses
p415 Furnished

Ortega 1/1 Cottage
Completely furnished,
just bring your clothes.
N/S $1150m 579-4850

A420 Houses
4M2U Unfurnished

Argyle 3/2, Patio, W/D
Yard maint. included
Clay Co. Schools
$o110mo. 904.608-8066
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
ARGYLE
337 Pecan Grove
3/2.5/2 1449sf $1175
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ARGYLE
705 Skipping Stone
3/2/2 1509sf $1125
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARGYLE 8121 Boones-
borough Trail 3/2,
$975mo / $975 dep.
777-0691
ARGYLE -
8792 Timberpoint Dr
3/2/2 1745sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Argyle Nice 3/2.5, gar,
Son Chimney Lake, low
rent, great nbrhood,
$1050/mo + dep.
904- 779- 9601/536- 8870
ARGYLE
Park Place Sub
5405 Turkey Creek Ct
3/2/2 1679sf $1150
With Study
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ARGYLE
Plantation Village
482 Sherwood Oaks
3/2.5/2 1449sf $975
1st 3 mo. @ $895/mo.
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Atl Bch 4/3, new remod,
300ft to Town Ctr/Bch.
330 First St., $1750+dp.
904-318-0044/249-0767
J Avondale, 3/1.5, Ig
| fncd yd, 1.5 car gar,
I I 7 mIles bin base,
V pets allowed,
$900/mo. 381-8786
CHAFEE ROAD -4br/2ba,
1800 sq. ft. $1250
month, brand new dev.
No pets 651-5663.
CLAY CO. Huge 3/2 brand
New all brick, Fpl, gar-
den tub sep. shower,
great schools, $1250mo.
Chris 742-7486
CLAY CO -Greenwood
Estates 4/2, CH&A, 193
Evergreen, $900mo./

COBBLESTONE- 3/2/2. all
new appi, immac $995 +
1 mo sec & 1 mo rent
no pets 904-249-4173


420 ,Houses
4 Unfurnished

FLEM ISL. PLANT. 4/3,
2500sf, open fir plan, all
brk home, 2cgar, gas
fpl, cust. mstr shwr tile,
sprnkir sys, huge cov.
patio, curdesac, backs
to nature preserve.
$1795m. 904-269-8048
HERITAGE LANDING -
ST. AUGUSTINE
New 4br, 2300sf. $1400
Info call: 916-479-3626
Hidden Hills 4/2, 4451
Chasewood Dr. Beau-
tiful! $1700mo Avail
NOW! 850-528-8119
ICW/LENAS WALK 4/2,
2400sf, new, w/upgrds,
all appl's, preserve view.
$1600m. 904-866-1431
ICW/WOLF CREEK 3/2.5,
new TH,1682sf,lakeviews
gar, upgrds, non smoker,
$1350m. 904-620-9875

ICW 3/2, 2 story, culde-
sac, 2 car par. fen'd, sec
sys. Kensington $1250/
mo 270-2708 Iv msg.
ICW all new, 3br/2ba,
1900sf, sunroom close
to shopping & schls, no
pets, $1350m 608-4691
ICW Cul de sac, brick, Lrg
fncd yrd. Lake view. 3/2
1932sf. hw firs $1400m
+ dep. 904-629-4995
SJAX-7746 Rush-
more Ct, 3/2/2gar.
< fenced, 866-9297/
655-7924, PCS
JCP New 4/2, new tile,
neut. clrs, cov. porch,
wded lot, Club & amen.
$1395m. 422-6743
M, JTB/95, 3/2.5 new
luxury, H,
N upgrades, 2cgar,
scrnd patio, pool +
clubhouse access.
Ironwood, 1700 sf,
$1575, Jamle 864 6699,
PCSng
a, KERNAN/GIRVIN
SAshley Woods, ICW,
/2200sf, 5/2, built 2004
lakefrnt, fenced
backyrd, sprinkler system,
$1395/mo, $850 dep. (PCS)
Call 904-220-2915/891- 5804
LAKE ASBURY
1853 Creekview
4/2/2 1820sf $1100
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
LAKE ASBURY
Silver Creek Sub
1824 Creekview Dr
3/2/2 1500sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Mand/Julngton Crk 4/2
Like new cond. 1800+sf
Lawn aint nci $1475m
+dep. VACANT 294-3857
MAND 3/1, W/D, dish-
washer, Lg yd, w/shed.
Great loc. $950/mo. No
pets. GHS@904-529-8022
Mandarin/off Loretto.
3br/2ba $1085.+ $1100
dep. 252-259-5806 web-
site: smtarheel.com
MANDARIN / Old St. Aug
& San Jose -3/2.5,
1650sf, 2 car gar, scrn
porch. $1200 859-3841
MANDARIN 3/1, 1 car
garage, backyd fenced.
$950/mo. 904-626-1500
MANDARIN 3/2, new cpt,
fpl, fncd, 5136 Tan St.
$1050mo+ $1100 dep.
662-7646
Mandarin Bartram Park
new Ig 3/2.5 TH, applies
w/d, gar screen lanai,
$1295+$1295d 726-1665
MANDARIN nr Baptist S
4/2 2carg Appox 2250sf
$1400m Sngle Stry
Nr 195 exit 904-535-0673
Middleburg
2113 Fresco Dr
3/2 1450sf $850
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MIDDLEBURG -4/2, 2
story, 2 clean acres,
1700+sf, $1100 + Imo
dep. All paved 291-6877
SMIDDLEBURG- Black
SCreek waterfront,
S5br/3ba, 3500sf,
deep water access,
300ft from beach. PCS,
$2500,214-9412 see:
mlitarybyowner.com
4 Mitsubishi Eclipse
E T TS 1999, Spyder
S| convertible, 98K
miles, 2nd owner,
exec. condition new
top must sell,
$6300 386-8154
North Alta Dr. Brand New
4/3 2800sf $2000m incls
apple. Short term avail.
904-866-1431
4 Northside- New
S Townhouse 6
I months old, Close
Sto all 3 bases, 2/2.5
+ loft, right at 95/295
connect. $1050/dep,
904-838-8732
NORTHSIDE
Waterbrook Falls
7117 Waterrose Ct
3/2/2 1850sf $1100
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
N'side 2/1 off Dunn Ave.
10528 Wooster Dr newly
remodeled great area
$695/mo 904-687-4962
N'SIDE 2 & 3 bdrm hms
1 bath CH/A, stove, frig,
$600- $700mo. Avail-
able NOW. 708-8006
N'SIDE 3/1, w/d hkp,
ch/a. $800m+$800dp.
6590 Sunset Dr.
Call 904-642-5037
N'SIDE RTO 6 Houses;
2 to 5 Bdrms, 1-2 Bth,
ch/a, newly renov, $550
$850mo. 904-535-7461
O.P. -4/2 like new, 1508
Ashleigh St. $1250mo.,
Dr's Inlet. 276-6446
SO.P. Plainfield Ave.
| 3/1 home no pets,
$850 plus deposit,

OAKLEAF 4/2,2000sf,
many upgrds, 1st month
free, no pets, $1400mo.
all amen s ncI. 608-8396
Oakleaf brand new, 4/3,
close to Argyle Elem.
upgrades galorel fpic,
$1395mo. 904- 236- 9889
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
*3059 Tower Oaks. New 3/2
$1200/mo. 1/2 month free
*4047 Pebble Brook. New
3/2. 1300sf. $1000/mo.
HODGES Wolf Creek 3727
Windmaker Way. 3/2.5 Tnhm,
1600SF on lake, 1 c gar. $1250
HAMPTON S. -St Johns Cty
210 & 95. Brand new home w/
many upgrades, golf course
comm. 4/2, never lived in.
2300SF, comm ammen.
$1500.1165 Garrison Dr.
All Homes Including
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420 Houses
M420 unfurnished

OP/FLEMING ISLAND
Exec 4br/2ba in Hamber-
sham Harbour. Water
access. $1400m 514-1038
Orange Park/Oakleaf
Plan. New luxury home
3/2 2008sf $1200m
Movein Spec. 610-6460
Orange Park 3/1.S
285 Lee Dr. newly
remod, great location,
$895mo. 904-687-4962
Orange Park 3/1 w/gar,
New carpet/paint/
fridge. 125 Lester Dr
$790m,dep 904- 773.3579
ORANGE PARK 3/2.5
Townhouse, wd, water
incid, on Blanding
$900mo. 877- 677-0438
Orange Park Beautiful.
Brand new 4/3 2400sf
Great Schs. $1450m
Must see! 888-218-2240
PABLO BAY on lake,,
4 BR,3 BA, fp, $1,995
mo 904-273-0125
Ponte Vedra 3/2 5
Smlns from ocean
S$1950/mo, 1900sf,
garage, comm.
pool, no pets call
913-306-7155
PVB/Sawgrass 3/2+Den
culdesac, comm. pool,
grt Schls, sm. pets ok
$1800m. 904-273-9549
PVB 4/3, newly remod-
eled, 2300SF, Irg water-
front deck, 2car gar.
$2850/mo.(904)315- 9526
4, RAVINES
GOLF/COUNTRY CLUB
4lo, New I story twn hme,
3/2, w/Irge grt rm
eat-in kit. + dn rm, 2 car
gar. & golf cart gar.
$1295/mo. 904- 210- 6062
RIVERSIDE/ MURRAY
HILL 3/1 kit eqpt, w/d,
h-up, CH&A, $850mo.
$500 dep. 771-5555
S'SIDE WHY RENT?
GET PRE -APPROVED
LITTLE OR NO DOWN
Bad credit okl 318-0955
SOUTH OP/Bear Run 3/2
$995, 1388SF, 2 Car Gar,
Kit Equip Grt Rm, Fence.
VANSANbT RE 389-3540
Southside: 3br/2.Sba,
affordable waterfront,
$1395/mo., 904-477-5977
www.RMLook.com
Southside/Beaches
Large 3/2 Like New. No
pets. $1250m Movein
Spec. Grace 588&5341
SOUTHSIDE
3/1 $900 CH/A
2/1 $800 CH/A
904r472-3070
SOUTHSIDE Bartram
Springs, 4/2.5,, 2 car
gar, 2 story, $1650mo,
916-479-3626

SOUTHSIDE
SUTTON LAKES
Open Sun 2-Spm
11295 Hendon Dr.
LAKEFRONT 3/2, 2 car
gar, lovely screen
patio. sep. din, Irg eat
in kit, cozy fplc, mstr
BR w/2 walking closets,
luxurious soaking
tub in master bath.
Avail immed $1295mo
202-277-2775

SOUTHSIDE
The Montreaux @
Deerwood Lake
8550 Touchton #134
2/1 1120sf $925
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
S'SIDE/SUTTON LAKES
Lakefront 3Br, 2cgar, scr
prch, new citrus trees,
$1295m. 202-277-2775
4, S'SIDE 3/2 excellent
condition, I/car
77I gar., ceiling fans,
water/soft, cntu
A/C, w/d incld,
3+ dep. $975 mo.
No pets/smokers
803-6717/223-0048
S'SIDE Clifton Village
new TH 3/2.5, lcgar, new
Sappli, pool, gym. 1/2 1st
mo free $1195m 728-2244
& S'SIDE- Hawkins
SCove off Atlantic,
]>15 min. to Mayport,
4br fp, Lakeview,
available mid March,
S1475 mo. 410 647 6851,
NO SMOKE, NO PETS
S'S near St. Aug, & 1.95
Bartrum Pk, new 1536sf,
1 car gar, 2br w/den,
gated, $1075. 465-0995
ST. JOHNS CO N. /CR210
3/2 on preserve w/fpl.
2000sf, comm pool+more
$1295m. 904-635-6861
ST. JOHNS TWN CTR Area
4/3.5, 3500sf home,
comm pool, play ground,
$2300mo Cal 838-1928
S St. Marys GA
S3/2 home, fenced
- yIard, $850 with
S $500 deposit, call
912-673-7978 or
912-5 73-1248
St Johns Cnty/Palencia
3bd/2ba 2 car grg
2400sqft $150lSOOmo Con-
tact John 904-642-4125
WESTSIDE-2/2, 1
S car gar. patio,
Close to NASJax,
$750, dep call
614-2018 or 716- 9166
WESTSIDE
3/1 Bonus Room,
Fenced Yard, Quiet!
REF REQ. $795/MO. 778-2897
WESTSIDE
3739 Longleaf Forest
3/2/2 1374sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE -4/1.5, $850 &
apt 1/1 $475 clean &
quiet area, Remodeled.
Call 536-5029
WESTSIDE
Chatham Woods Sub
5260 Collins Road #904
3/2.5/1 1400sf $925
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE
Crystal Springs
10269 Wood Dove Way
3/2/2 1456sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE
Lauren Oaks Sub
11127 Lauren Oaks
3/2/2 1268sf $925
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE
Natures Hideaway
6051-101 Maggie Circle
3/2 1300sf$875 -
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778. 2897
WESTSIDE
Timothys Landing
7724 Hignchair Lane
3/2/1 1500sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060


42o Houses
Unfurnished

WESTSIDE
Westland Station
5566 Ortega Park Blvd
3/2/2 2000sf $1195
With Study
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
WGV
1319 Ardmore
4/2/2 1745sf $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
W'SIDE/Off Blanding.
Brand new 3/2, all amen,
$1150m+dep. 50% off
1st mo. 904-568-0696
W'SIDE 3/2/2 on pond,
Grt rm w/fp, EIK, sep. DR,
$975m. Ist/last/ sec dep.
No pets. 904-779-8985
W'SIDE- 3br/2 ba,
2car garage,
1780sf, $1250/mo
PCS 904-614-7073
W'SIDE Beautiful 3/2
+office $1300mo
9347 Hawks Pt. Dr. Jax
32222 407-625-3672
W'SIDE Townhouse
RTO, 2br/2.5ba Pool
fiber optics, $800mo.
Call Michael 631-2351
YULEE-Waterfront rental
Small 1 or 2BR on deep
water, privacy, close to
AlA. Great commute to
Kings Bay or Mayport.
Avail. 3/15. $900m.
904-703-4265







ERA
REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
.ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
$500S -$2500
In the
Following Areas:
Northside
Oceanview
Mayport
San Marco
Amelia View
Arlington
Southside
Argyle
Intercoastal West
Westside
Julington Creek
$500 -$2500
CALL 757-3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONES.com

$500 Down U OWN
all areas EZ Qualify
Call the Hotline 388-1208

42B Manufactured
h ome 0Homes
Atlantic Beach 3/2,
Screened porch,
car port, fenced
yard, Ig shed, new
hardwood floors,
capeted bedrooms,
2268 Myaport Rd. #132
(PCS) 910-7652
& FOR SALE, PCSIng,
S 28x56, D-wide
| mobile home, 4/2,
Appliances,
Sfurnished, fresh pant,
8x10 shed outside,
inside COntinental Vil-
lage, 904 26 8198,
$41,900
Middleburg 3/2 & 2/2 all
elec, bug/lawn maint
incl w/ mo rent. No
pets. Ref needed.
04- 219- 2834/282-0409


Hurry won't last long !
Call Sandy 695-2255
SIDE & NW'SIDE From
i50moap+ockgrnd ch,:k-
Ask abouour r 5pci31ai'
90A772 7244, C:566 2903

427 Mobile Home
427 Lot Rentals

ARLINGTON Irg shady
lots only, city water.
$250 up+ dep. 641-0392

430 Roommates
9A & Gate $600m+1/2
Util. Share 3/2.5 TH, Pvt
Rm&Ba, Gated 993-9831
4 Argyle-2/2, twn-
home $500 util
included,
904- 535-1453/
904-777-4272
Argyle OP, 4/2,
Snice home, $600
rmo, 1/2 util.
S 90435-2391.
904-535-1453
MAND. Lg 4/2 Hm, fpl,
W/D, cbl, no dep,$350
incl elec. 260-2617
MAND. quiet 3/3, 2nd fir,
Mbrm, pool utils incl,
$650/$170 +dp 625-5926
MANDARIN -roommate
needed. $500mo
includes all 333-4008
N'side 1615 W. 25th St.
$85- $110 per week,
477-1892
OP F. seeks M. to share
hm furn room/ pvt bth
must like animal, quiet
relaxed atmosphere
$500mo 773-3939, 278-5152
Orange
Park/Argyle Forest.
k SeekIng
non-smoker
roommates to share
3/2 house. $450/mo
Utilities included, Call
NHAN. 904-631- 5664
SOUTHSIDE-$500mo +
dep. share 2/2.5 TH, Pvt
rm & bath Call 343-2393
WSIDE M to share M, 2br
hi- spd int., cbl, AC, pool,
$375m+1/2 781-8875 OR
201-838-0933. AvI 3/15.
W'slde- nice home.
$125wk util incl. Non
smkr.904-536-0158
W'SIDE to share 2/1.5
twnhse $550m. includes
util. $2SOdp. 614-7922

435 Rooms
to Rent

ARUNGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrigl
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343


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435 Rooms
to Rent

S. MANDARIN new home
5br/4ba, 3 car gar, 2700
+sf highspeed internet
furn'd $495mo. 472. 3821

ORANGE PARK $400mo.
pvt entrance, non-smkr
please (904)375-0474
SOUTHSIDE -Nice furn
room, near Mandarin
Free cbl/elec Starting
from $135/wk. 465-1777
Southside seeking male
roommate non smoker,
to share condo, private
rm & bath, fully furn'd
$600mo Includes all
utilities, 904-538-0927

Beach!
440 Vacation/
Resorts
Satsuma Fl, St. Johns
River, large dock 2
slips, 2 br MH large lot-
RV. Call 800-772-8345
or 954-214-3899
TPC: OCEANFRONT
Gorgeous home. All
amenities, 200' BEACH,
pool, 4/5, 904- 710-0077





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

Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale
NC Store +cabin $139,990
Both Zoned Commercial
Pics: 919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com

Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
WESTSIDE
Warehouses, 5400sf,
10,.0000sf, 12,000sf,
17,400sf 22,000sf. or
30,000sf. Dock & grade;
Easton, Sanderson, &
CO. 356-2228 Realtor

0t7 Businesses
.a5 For Sale

BEAUTY & NAIL SHOP for
sale Good loc, busy
shop $49K 904-226-309
BEAUTY SALON for sale,
prestigious loc Down
own. Call 348-3133

Dry Cleaners FSBO Plant
on Premise. Grt loc.
Will train. 904- 304- 5610
RESTAURANT high traf-
fic, over $6000 + net/mo
$189,900. 904-415-0577
Restaurant Western Way
off Baymeadows
Reduced Price 994-4042

15 Office Space
A w For Rent

AAArlington Expressway
Nice Affordable Indiv.
Offc's & Small Building
725-0556 / 591-3027
JTB & PHILLIPS
-Starting at $325, utils
included.
Call Rod 343-8922
W'SIDE OFFICE SUITE
up to 1300sf, $13 psf full
svc. Utils. & Janitorial incl
Scott or Tom 384 3666

s25 Retail
525 For Rent

WESTSIDE JAX.
Space avail. In neigh-
borhood strip center;
1,000.& 1,SOOsqft. Rea-
sonable rates. Call Bob
Worgan, 1 800 630 7505






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

550 Business
Opportunities

LAUNDRY MATS
w/drop stations, 3 SS &
1 Beaches, 993-2578
EST. LAWN BUSINESS
ACCTS & EQUIP. Asking
$7500. 904-708-8577
Motivated Entrepreneurs
Part time or Full time
Help introduce a new
line of Natural Skin
Care from theRainfor-
est. Easy to learn, fun
to share, profitable.
Complete training,
immediate income.
Must be willing to learn
and grow in a Profes-
sional positive envi-
ronment. Call 739-5808
or 704-8824
RESTAURANT -Down-
town $25k Store in
Riverside $60k. Call Jay
at 389-5860 for details
VENDING ROUTE FOR
SALE! 7 locations,
$7000. 904-745-9267


America's Premier
Automotive Service
Franchise is expand-
ing! New location
being developed on
Race Track Rd. in
Jullngton Creek area
For more info., call ,
1-800-228-8339 or
visit us on-line at:
www.tuffy.com
Min. cash req: $100,000

55Distributorships
555 Franchises

Pepperidge Farms
cookie Rte, $185K, $50K
Dn 504-1308 or 260-9461


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3365 Sequoia Rd
$254,900

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3/2.5 all brick home w/pool. Formal rooms,
large kitchen w/butlers pantry, side entry
garage w/room for workshop or game
room. Fenced rear.

Direct Line I'4
(904) 278 4176 W"-',
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watsonrealtycorp.com m w m-m y



5576 LaMoya Ave, Unit 1
$325,000
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Waterfront townhome move- in ready!
Located on wide creek w/river & ocean
access. Deeded dock & common T- dock
Enclosed lanai & huge deck w/spa

Direct Line Anl
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(904) 2784176 -'" "
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Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
605Schools
610 Specialty Training/
Events


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

REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class April 3
8 Week Eve Class March 15
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute

705 Financial
REGIONAL
FINANCIAL SPECIALIST
NHS Management, LLC,. a
leader in Long Term
Ca re is see ing a
Regional Financial
Specialist for 5 facili-
ties in the se stateof
Florida. Qualifications
include a degree in
Accounting or related
field with strong
Accounting back-
ground, must be orga-
nized. have great
interpersonal skills
must be able to travel
extensively. Previous
experience preferred.
Send resumes to NHS
Management, LLC, Attn:
Alex Baker, 931 Fairfax
Park, Tuscaloosa, Ala-
bama 35406, or fax to
(205) 343-0832.
SALES ASSISTANT
Preferably Registered.
Global Financial Ser-
vices Firm. FTposition
with benefits.
Fax resume 358-4155

707 Driver
$$ COURIER NEEDED .5
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Independent Contractor
w/rellable vehicle.
Full or P/T. You Control




















Warehuse 130uN
What you earn.
Call M/T/W 9A- 1PM
265-8004




















Divers4[' Fo local Co. :k
Jacksonville Transpor-
tation Authority (JTA) is
seeking experienced
[art-time Bus Operators.
ust have CDL license
with 'P' endorsement.
Opportunity to become
full-time. Training pro-
vided. $11.55 er phour dto
start. Apply 10 N. Myrtle
or fax 632- 5514.
EOE M/F/D/V


its Company
S Drivers
$ S000 Sign on
X Bonus"
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more y rs exp. &
Class ACDL-Hazmat
Home most wknds
Co. starting pay
$ 31- 34/mile
O0P pa, $.90 mile
+ fuel supplement
5 S ,l Se3tdmy Bornus
-Mod iai D-r,trai1401k
:,121,Wki zEr.. B,:,nu.,
Pa'd vY3C 4. h.1,d0ad
.,pt,.rnal Hialtmt Care
Programs that ,nclucie
a 100,:,. C,.mpany Pd
Premium Prog.
Optional Per Diem Pa,
Program,_&, $52.00 da,-

1110 M Greg a-
800 723.3-124 for ;ni.,

DELIVERY DRIVER -
w/ valid drivers license,
FT or PT, Apply at Ed's
Warehouse 1630 N.
Main St. 765-9677
DRIVERS For local co.
a CDL A for heavy haul-
ing division &
" WRECKER DRIVERS with
Class E Lic..Exp req'd;
Exc pay. C.A.R. Towing
904-996-8333
DRIVERS with Class B
CDL needed. M. F work
week, excellent ben-
efits. Competitive pay,
Apply In person at
Manning Building
Supplies
10900 Pnm Ilips '4AYe.


707 Driver

Drivers wanted.
$500 to $800 per
week. Late
model vehicles.
Work your own
hours. Be your
own boss.
Hiring Taxi,
Airport Shuttle
& Para-Transit
drivers.
Call Tim Miles
493.5222 for interview

DRIVERS
You can earn $800 -$1100
next and every week. &
still b he homeweek-
ends. Must have CDL A
& mostly clean 3 yr
MVR. 356.0500 DFWP.

class B License, Exp
erience preferred.
benf, compI wage SIGN
ON BONU 904-940-1226

READY MIX
DRIVER
Needed for all areas.
Must have CDL Class B.
TOP PAY for exp'd.
driver. Great benefits.
Apply in person at:
733Philps Hwy.
Jacksonville Florida
or Call 904-296-0609
for nearest location
YARD DRIVERS F/T Must
have Class A CDL. Apply
in person at 1 mIeson
Park Blvd. or call
(904)751-8531. fax to
751-8503. SLS is an
EOE/AA employer.

709 Aviation
NOW HIRING A&P
MECHANICS, AIR CRAFT
MECHANICS STRUC-
TURAL TECHS
Needed for on going
heavy maintenance
contracts. B737.and
B727 exp desired, but
will consider all exp'd.
Competitive salary and
benefits. Send resume
to sallOOO@gate.net or
fax to 912-262-0225

710 Industrial/
Trades
A/C INSTALLERS
Res. change exp. only,
EPA Cert., Clean MVR.
Top Pay & Benefits.
Ca l Bill 9048389787



Call Tom at 219.4402
BACKHOE / TRENCHER
OPERATOR NEEDED -
For underground
experience nec.
703-2500 or 259-4277
BACKHOE OPERATOR
with exp for resid'li
sewer &water instal-
lation. Good pay &ben-
efits, must have valid
DL. Call (904) 588.5398.
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
With tools & ride
BIG DOG FRAMING
Call Franz
591-5055 or 762- 1187
CARPENTERS
Exp'd Framers. Top pay,
$10 $25/hr depending
on skill level. Start
immediately. 813,5295
CARPENTERS ,
with Punch exp. for local
jobs at milwork co. F/T,
benefits. Exp req'd.


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see Workplace
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e 387.2246
WELDER W'side mfg co.
needs welder with 3.5
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utity contract cal exp. Pay based on
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I workuomany resume to 389-6488
vel positions,
ing, $20/hr plus
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owance when
company truck
fits. Must have AUTO TECH
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y at 1445 W
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of our direc-
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appoin m .nt or
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strong financial back-
ground. Applicants
must be able to travel.
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723 Dental

CLINICAL DENTAL ETOASST
Exp'd for progressive
Arlington practice.
Must be a self starter
with good communi-
cation skills. Excellent
benefits. Fax resume
to: 221.5194
DENTAL ASSISTANT
Min 3 yrs chairside exp
req. FT Fax resume to:
7216151 / call 724-6321
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST
Experience required for
Arlington cosmetic
practice. Must have
great communication
and organization skills.
Fax resume to 221.5194
RECEPTIONIST FT
for busy dental office.
dental& computer exp.
Fax res. 904721-6151 or
call 904.724-6321
725 lOffice!
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Detail oriented, Con-
struction Industry
Preferred.
Excellent Benefits.
Please fax to
904-482-0725 or email
to ktaylorltrinityma-
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Law firm who can
multi-task. Fax resume
954.967-8577 or email
r der, cpr~roySimberg Orn
Scheduling
Coordinator
For busy carpet clean-
ing office in Jax-.
Answer phone, dis-
patch, payroll cust svc
skil s. imail resume to
khutchison@venturiclean,.com
or fax 678-623-5231

Professional/
730 Personal
Ser ices

MASSAGE THERAPIST
Licensed, for Jax Beach
spa 3 days/wk. 3 yrs
experience preferred.


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SPA COORDINATOR
Elite reception staff for
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Proven cuss svc skills

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STYLIST & MASSAGE
THERAPIST -Neptune
Beach Call Diana
270-2288

7 Computer
Technology

SOFTWARE PRODUCT
MANAGER
To join the development
team of a leading home
builder software com-
pany located in Jack-
sonville, FL. Working
knowledge of account-
ing, back office or
home builder business
helpful; Lansasor IBM
AS400 exp. a plus. To
contact or send resume
to Bob Miles email
misgsoftgaol.com

735 Restaurants/
3 tC Hotels

DANCERS
NEW HIRING BONUS
Cooks, Waitstaff
and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Bi ggest showbars in Jax!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
CROSSROADS SHOWDAR
247.4322
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity noexpnec.
Will train-AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

GATORS DOCKSIDE
KITCHEN MANAGER
for Oakleaf Plantation
location 2 + years exp.
req'd. Fax or e-mail
resume 904-.777-2226
jackssnville@gatsrsdsckslde.com

GATORS DOCKSIDE
now staffing cooks,.
servers, hostesses &
Bartenders
Apply within 103rd.Street
& Baymeadows
CONCIERGE
Premier account. Prime
location FT $10/hr Free
health Insurance. Fax
resume to 904 731-1799
SERVERS & COOKS
for Anua Grill.18 year old
established Ponte Vedra
restaurant, across from
Marriott, Great $ 285.3017

737 Real Estate

RECEPTIONIST- FRONT DESK
MustHave Good
Communication Skills and
Great Computer Skills.
Keller Williams Realty
Fax Resumes To: 904288-7993
CLOSING COORDINATOR
For Local Real Estate Co--
0on."- tvonnelcnrsd Only 'IK
Keller Williams Realty
Fax Resumes To: 904 288- 7991
OFFICE MANAGER
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,rs real tstaie eO p.
reai estate Ii.. oret.-
prop mgmi. bkinCel3ir, g
Octail orlenieo, rui~ii
tanker. 5~alr1 T601. Fao
resume 1 i9 145'
INVESTOR ASST 'VWa rlo
Outh.ide tie office-.
Oreusl oa. education
Car. ctli ph & e-mail rerj.
Celi e4-125635


ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES
w/comm janitorial sale
& Hospitality exp. The
ability to cater to client
needs and able to think
outside the box. Exc
negating skill. Call
800-370-0266 or mail
debbi0555@aol.com
COUNTER SALES
Wholesale company.
Experience req'd.
Jacksonville call
877-. 445- 7341.
ENERGETIC OUTSIDE
SALESPERSON
NEEDED
Great comm + base
salary + benefits
Call 904-483-3501
SALES: FT & PT
$500 -$2500 wkiy. New co.
Top pay. Adv./Mgmnt
oppt'y. Bonus+comm.
Training provided, no
wknds. Call 904- 588- 6410
SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
ASAP FOR HOME SALES
CALL JOE 904-225-0222
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus BenefiIs!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-"8385
Sales Real Estate Sales
Associate for office
condo project. Positive
attitude required.
Prestige Realty Scott
Cox, 561-309-5930.

750o Technical/
Engineering

- ENGINEERS/TECHNICIANS
CONSTRUCTION
INSPECTORS
PROJECT ENGINEERS
ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERS/TECHS
for positions throughout
Florida. CEI/CTQP
exp./Certifications,
Building, Construction
and/or Environmental
Exp. Req'd. EOE. Send
Resume to Dick Cor-
poration, 8936 Western
my, Ste 10, Jackson-
ville, FL 32256 or email
cmsokol@dickcorp.com

752 Warehouse
GROCERY WAREHOUSE
CLERK WANTED Exp
pr.eferred. Aole i :. drive
a icri, I,ir i, at:
main Stre-t Whole-
sa-es 371' Varnce St
WAREHOUSE WORKERS
$11-$13/hr. Immediate
positions available
primarily 1st Shift. Call
Paul Freeman
904-693-2131 or apply
at 7780-1 Westside
Industrial Dr. 32219
WHSE FT must be able to
lift 100 lbs, complete
b_ n eI.t packbage
avenue- imall area
rrtmrtn -oape S ho.ur
DP F -W.P E.i.i E c-,'ntac[
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WHSE FT must be able to
lift 100 lbs. complete
benefit package
avenues mail area,
startingwage $9/hour,
D/F/W/P E.O.E contact
Ray 262-2525 Ext 28


753 security


Premium Armored Ser-
v ces has immediate
openings for ATM
ArmoredITransporters
In the Jacksonville area.
We provide a history of
growth and a stable
environment for our
employees.
Qualifications:
*Min. 21 years old
ATM Experience Pref'd
*D&G Lic Pref.
Valid drivers license/
good driving record
Salary begins at $11/hr.
Great benefits Incl.
Med/Dent/Life Ins,
401K, Paid time off.
Overtime paid after
40hrs. Must pass
extensive bkgrnd. Uni-
forms provided. if you
would like to join an
industry leader please
submit resumes to:
(toll free) 877- 216.0159,
PH: 888.336.2756 X6768
or Email:
HRYNEARSON@EFMARK.COM.


Day & Zimmermann
Security Services
SECURITY
OFFICERS
IMMEDIATE Openings
Come to work for a
nationally recognized
leader In security
and safety that puts
emp loyees first!1i!!!
WGE: $10.00
After training is complete
$8.50 while training
(After i0 days)
FERNANDINA BEACH
LOCATION
Full Time & Part Time
Flekibilty
Weekly Pay
Full Benefits
Retirement Plan with
company contribution
904261.5551
We do what we say.
M/F/D/V/EOE



755 Miscellaneous

CLEANING TECHNICIANS
Earn $400+ weekly at
Stanley Steemer.
You.will enjoy benefits,
pd vacation & more.
Neat Clean Appear-
ance a must. Valid DL
& gd driving record.
OJT.ackground & drug
test reqd. Sat, hours
required. Apply In
Person M- F; 10-4
6115 Arlington Expwy.


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Windows 2000 Advance Server
Apache, Tomcat, Java, SQL
Bachelors or MCP Preferred
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Dispatcher
SharplAlert! Efficient!
We Want You! At least
18 years of age, type
25cwpm High School
Diploma or GED, US
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moral character, your




mu0 a onr e~n
application is needed
immediately. Benefits
include but are not
limited to State Retire-
ment Uniforms, Sick &
Annual Leave, and 12
Paid Holidays, Tuition
Reimbursement. The
Clay County Sheriff's
Office is hiring Emer-
gency Communica-











L drrInossL0
ions Operators in our
state of the art com-
munications center.
EOE/Drug Free Work-
place. Deadline to
pply March 25, 2006.
Contact Info:
904-213-6040 or
www.claysheriff.com
INVESTOR ASST -Work
outside the office.
Great a education.
Car, celph & e-mail req.
Cal 642-5635
MAINT. TECH
Expld for small N'side
Apt. Comm. Immediate
openings. Great pay &
bnfts. Apply In person
1333 Dunn Ave or fax
resume to 904- 77-7986
PUNCH TECH /MAKE
READY PERSON
for Orange Park Area
Apts. Fax resume to
904-276-6688 E.O.E
SET/STRIKE CREW F/T
for event company.
Dr Lic req'd ClassB Lic
prefd. Apply in person:
PRI Productions 1819
Kings Ave. 398.8179
EOE, DFWP

760 Part-Time
JACK OF ALL TRADES
Sailboat background
exp. 10-20hrs/wk.
$7-$1/hr based on exp
Call 904-287-0931
MEDICAL OFFICE PT
ADMISSIONS CLERK
If you Would like to be
part of a great busi-
ness office team, have
lots of energy and
would like to work at
the premier ASC in
Jacksonville, please fax
your confidential
resume (904)247-8101
attention Business
Office Manager. Duties
include admitting and
registering patients,
preparing patient
charts and working as
a team player with the
other B members. PT
positionIs M-F, 11am.
5pm and eligible for ful
benefit package. We
are a drug-free and
EEOC employer.

762 Work At Home

WORK AT HOME
& get paid daily. Seeking
serious home workers.
Member of the BBS,
solid company, huge
pay scale. Have more
time at home. Must
have access to the
internet. "Visit
www.iboplus.com\40349523
or cal1800- 814- 0578
3o Child
Care
,, Licensed Child
Care, Infant to
tL toddler conve-
nlentlylocated
across from NAS Hablo
EspanoI, call Ana
573.0879

876= Painting/
876 Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to smiln,
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509- 6242
T.B. Painting Services Inc
f Int.&ext.,
painting,
pressure
washing,
S 11 minor wood
04WUL repair crown
L]U & trim work
Free Est. Lic&
Ins 446,3073


900 Antiques
Antique repro.
parlor set, three
41 piece cherry, blue
cream floral print
new, $2200. asking,
$1000 obo, 622-8391 Ron







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Test Engineers


The Test Engineers primary responsibility will be a systems test engineer for C4ISR
systems as part of a team conducting the Ship's Test Program. Secondary
responsibilities will include review of test products. Test Program efforts will require
travel for execution of test events including at-sea test and trials. Test Engineers
collaborate with Government test organizations and their contractors, tradesmen, and
Ship's Force. The candidate must develop solutions to complex problems that require
analysis, independent judgment, ingenuity and creativity. This position requires task
management skills to coordinate and direct diverse test evolutions, as well as an above
average knowledge of submarine construction and test philosophies. Highly developed
communications skills are required. At least ten years experience directly related to
installation and test of C4ISR systems, as well as experience in operation, maintenance
and troubleshooting of submarine C41SR systems are required.


Apply on line at www.gdeb.com
Job number 05-151.


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and must meet
eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

We offer competitive wages and benefits including:
0 Medical/Dental/Life Insurance Excellent 401K Plan
0 Paid Vacation 0 Paid Retirement

US Citizenshin RenniredlEuanl OnnortunitvlAffirmative Action Emnlover -


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


902 Appliances
SDishwasher, never
used, moving, must
sell, $85, 696-0759
Dryer / Washer super
capacty4, excel cond.
$00c 90-399-8848
Fridge, white,
side-by-side,
I $450. Smooth
top range, $150.
Over range micro $80.
Dishwasher, r$
exc cond, call 771-5208
G.E. 5 cycle dryer,
8 years old $125,
great condition,



DISHWASHER $100
ABOVE RANGE MICRO-
WAVE, $100. All only
1 year old like new.
Coip, Iset $1000.
Call: 268-1400
Kenmore Gas Dryer
great condition
$00 call807.6587
MAYTAG
SWASHER/DRYER
super capacity
f2 yrs, $250 274 6007
S Refrigerator
and stove good
c ondition
both for $300,
call 90427 9835
4, Stainless Steel
kitchen-aid aua
S sense water1-
tration system
refrlderator, new sell
for $900 269-9527
W/D $75ea; Fridge $150;
Dishwshr $100; Stove
$150; Jax 321-863-2889
'WASHER & DRYER May-
tag $500 & Upright
Freezer Kenmore, $200.
All ke new 813-8800
4 Washer and Dryer.
Great condition,
$150 for both.
Call 904277-3432
SWasher and Dryer,
great condition
$125, for both call
904277- 3432
Whirlpool 30" self
cleaning, range
black/almond,
$225 obo, 292.1476
905 Articles
9 For Sale
Aluminum dia-
mond plate lock-
Ing utility/storage
box for small to
medium p/us, excel-
lent condion $95 obo,
912-882-1052
Bandsaw 14" Delta
Heavy Duty, Cast
Iron, all original
bOOes Included,
excellent condition.
Veryj heavy duty. Orn-
glan owner. Evenings,
Mike 91;- 729- 2924
4 hBBQ stove and
smoker combo.
"New Braunfels"
ood condition list:
$27 first $75 241-1398
SBedroom funiture,
Small desk, hutch
small chest night
stands, light wood
and swivel rocker,
upholstered chair.
Linda 783 0197
.BOYS BMX BIKES
(2),20Inch tires,
foot pegs ood
shape, $60.0 for
both, 620- 9387
4 Cargo Top Carrier
Sears sport, 20-SV,
excellent corndi-
tion, $80,696- 079
Conices with
Mauve custom
made drapes
attached. Fits
8,aladum windows
ix48". 2726213 after
6pm, sheers included,
$200
SDrill Press Crafts-
man 6hp, 16gal

let, 244- 4461












h ta k4
EDGER-electric,
Black & Decker,
like new, $40,
90* 223-8553
ELECTRIC EDGER
BLACK & DECKER
LIKE NEW $40.00
223-8553
4, ELKAY LUSTERTONE
double bowl kitchen
lsink, 18.gauge stain-
less steel, self rim,
22x37, 8 Inch bowl depth,
$5100,269-1478
FISH TANK 75 gal.
$180 couch and
love seat, $200golf
club set R/H top-
fil Irons, $2U0.
269-2192
Gas BBQ Grill, New
Aussie Portable
Propane Travel
Grill, never used,
i $75. 904-695- 1919
4, Gas powered golf
cart, $950, call
912.-729-1585
4Giris Bike 24"
"Boss Cruise?'
needs some
repairs, $20,
call 244-1398
.. Helium Tank 4ft,
81 in, with BailoR
Jiadapter, $100
912- 576- 717S, will
deliver if needed
4 HOT TUB FOR SALE
/ $1000, obo. New
S plumbaing,you
pick- up &haul
away for details call
Melissa, 904-434- 7418
4,Kenmore Washer
and'Dryeor,
$50, 744,1794,1G~ft,
Jon boat,75 hp,
evlnrude tilt trim
trailer trolling motor,
$2500. 744 1794
4,Kerosene Heater,
22,300BTU. new in
box, never lit, new
price, $140, sell for
$89042692 2152
4,Kinko (15) Win-
dows. & (2) Doors,
bronze color, all
have screens, all
for $500 obo, Lou,
284,0536
MANICURE TABLES 5
like new, 1 UV light
dryer table, 1 pedicure
chr, $800 269-9355


Microwave
Over- the- Stove, GE
spacemaker, bi'eck
30 In, $75 Eikay
Lustertone kitchen
sink, 18-gauge stain-
less self-rim, 22x37,
550,269-1478
PEWS -Beautiful 10'
Colonial style pews
w/lIght blue padded
seats and backs, dark
oak trim & deluxe book
racks, $150ea. 771-2304
SPiano baby grand,
beautiful walnut
finish with bench
made In USA, $S000
obo call anytime,
904-616&9361
POOL ABOVEGROUND
4ft deep, 18 ft round,
S plus accessories.
Needs liner.
$500 obo, call 904 221- 7045
4, Prom dresses (2)
beautiful size 18 &
1 e 20o1 dress Is
balcc/white. The
other Is pink & blue.
Worn once,
call Roni 912-729- 6776
S Sofa, loveseat set,
daybed with
Strundle, deli com-
puter small stereo,
13" TV video camera
call 904-477-9026
Sofa Hide-A-Bed
$200 OBO. Bed
k headboard and
dresser $400 OBO
Computer table, chair
$200. 616- 9361 Jeff


905 Articles
For Sale

STavemneau Antique,
S 25 pieces, ten
tl)'plates bowls, large
salad bowl, platers,
hand made In Haiti,
$295, 771-0249
Toile 1970's
pdwered blue tol-
L let, and sink, full
flush, elongated
bowl. $10 cash or $15
both. 264- 6785
,) readmill $100, 4x6
trailer $300, Riding
lawn mower $300,
small freezer $60 2
bakers racks $100, 1997
pickup $S500.
904-27257352
SVan Oldsmobile
Silhouette 2000.
L silver 62k ml.
New tres, leather,
exc cond. loaded,
$(995, 904 220 7886
A to Z You can save
uptog90% on every-
thing nowt 358-2265
or 259-2292

915 Building
Supplies

SWindows. Vinyl,
Double hung,
(2) 24x60, (1) 36x60
cost $65 ,-
sell $500, 276- 7042

920 Business/
Office

JEWELRY DISPLAY CASES
$17Seach.
904-461-7255 x10
Restaurant Equip. Exc
cond. too many item to
list 270-0303, 662-3300
Telemarketing Stations
Good Condition
Only $150 Each!
Gat6r Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400

922 Collectables
9 2 & Jewelry

STeddles, cherished
B Many retired and
I 8 very cheap.
Everything under
$20, lost of dIsplays
























!H ardM
912.673- 6041

928 Electronies
4, JL AUDIO s00
/ amupllfier w/2
kicker competition
UR 12.5' speakers,
in 28"x13.5" box, new
$750, now $400
., SAS BAZOOKA
BASS TUBES 2x6",
Y 100 warr and
pioneer TS- 1011
2x4" coaxial, two way.
All $150, 685r2525
Sony 36" television
TFO Trnitron Wega
kill jFlat CRT with
matching sony
stand, like new condi-
tion ,$450 obo, 88- 7008
'o Thunder 5500
(2) speakers, (2)
M `TX 3404,400 watt
amps, 29"x.5"
box, bat. cap,
$700 firm, 337- 4932
pTV, 14 In. RCA color,
fiat screen.PSleep
kt timer w/lremote,
looks/works great,
$60. 2682482
4, TV 61" HDTV JvC
N D-ILA Wide-
I screen, retails for
$4699.95, sale
$3000. 6mo old,
904- 641. 5059
945 Garage
Sales

ARLi -6206 Pine CoveaLn.
Fri-Sat 9a-lpm.NINo
Early Birds
B, ATLANTIC BCH
Sat. 2/18, tools,
furn, hsehold, 2195
Cypress Landing
Drive, Cypress Cove,
before off-base housing
BEACHES -multi farn
moving sale -furn
appl, etc. 335 10th St. Atl
Bch, Fri 8-3, Sat 9-12
4, Flemin Island
Osprey BIuff Blvd.
I Community Yard
Sale, off CR 220.
Many Homes, many
items, Saturday
March 4th, 8-.2pm
Huge Yard Sale
Saturday March
i 4th 8am until 2pm,
6749 Lenox Ave.
Jax. GREAT PRICES!
N'SIDE Moving Sale Fri &
Sat 8-4 6810 Keyes Rd.
Furn, misc, washer,
dryer, motor hmi some
free recyclable Items
WESTSIDE -9852
Sherbrook Ln. off
Crystal Springs in
Weschester Subdivi-
sion. Fri-Sat 7-3
9, Yard Sale
/ Multi.Family Sat-
kL urday March 4th,
8am. 1pm, 12066
Sunchase Drive Jax,
Hawkins Cove
Development
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Placel
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
Lawn
4 Murray 20" 4hp
push mower, rear
4 bag w/ 14" rear
wheels. 3 yrs.,
$50, 27846007
Snapper Rear
engine riding
mower 28" cut Shp,
andu9m0er
BriggsBage
an uch kitg
$600 obo, 292-1476
Troy. Built Tiller 6
H.P. rear tires, with
furrower, 2 speed
i with reverse
$450 obo, call after 4
291-1044

955 Household
Furniture

a. Armoire- Never
I used. cllectlon
'.I1 Europa, flawless,
96" tall 58" wide,
2 piece, $1450 obo,
904- 257- 4159
BED $165 Qn Pillow Top
set, New in plastic
w/warranty. 858-9350
BED $499 ALL NEW
ViSCO Memory Foam
Quen or Full Matt $499
Kig$699 (904) 674.0405
BED A Brand Name. Full
set $115. New w/warr.
In plastic. call 391-0015
BED A Brand Name

Can deliver. 398-52&0
BED A Brand Name

NEWwithwarrant
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Beautiful temp-
pedic meme. foam matt
w/7 yr. warr. $379. Can
delIver. 904-858-9350
BED BOX & MAlT SET
Qn Size Pillow Top- Still in
Plastic $198 (504) 674, 040S
BED Brand Name. Kg PT
mattress $299. New. w/
warr. Can del. 398-5200
BED KJNG 4, POST
4, Pillow-.Top mattress!
hilI oc springs &
dresser. all like- new.
Moving, must sell,
$1800/ obo 272-4806
rFBdroom 4Pc Set $2981


4 Drawer Chests Frm$68 I
Sofas & Chair $298'
25" Color TV's From $4
3 Rm18PCondo Pkg $8
2 Piece Queen Bed $199
CORT CLEARANCE
[ (904) 6 000
Bedroom Set +
Couch, brand new,
S piece, loveseat
from Rhodes furniture,
$750 each set, 838-8732
BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395. 858 9350 Can deliv
4,CAR SEATS
GRACO(3), like
new, $25 each,
912-729-2630
Couch and
$ Ioveseat, plaid,
41 mostly greens,
and burgundies,
good condition,
$ o00 obo, 779-5929
COUCH -drk brown Ital-
ian Ithr, w/end reclin-
ers, matching recliner,
great cond, 1.5 r old,
1000 obo 472-9708
Recliner, dark blue4,
$50, sofa, large 82
long,blue/bege
tweed, excellent
cond., $350,260- 2086







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955 Household 1010 Pets & 1230 RV's & 1320 Atiqe/ 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1335 $2000 or Less 1340 Trailers 1340Trailers
Furniture Supplies Supplies Classics ISUTV's SUI's
SCrib with Mattress LABS, AKC, S/W, AvI 4/5 DUTCHMAN 29, VOLKSWAGON CHRYSLER 300C Mercedes -320 TOYOTA CAMRY'01 Very DODGE Caravan '93,
Accesorles IA n r black 2001 war- low miles, need to sell mlnor work needed In
Accessories All colors POP $400 2005 excellent Beetle: replaced Naviatmatyloaded, fast $9995.7719100 good ond green Fod Bronco 94', TOYOTA 4RUNNER
| Graco, 3Sn, 1 sleep 904-2599763/424,4752 1 i condition, 4 rear | transmission, Sunroof, CD beautiful car, $1800. Call 993-2855 B I white, good con- t 1 '03. Beautiful

DINING ROOM SFl ELANADON WEnnebaqo 904-288.8270 4- Chrysler Concorde wht, Alabaster interior' White/tan. $29,995 912-576-8530
Best offer, cash only. MALTESE PUPS AKC, 40' 1987, 70K ml. wlde / 7mY
5c FURNIT1Eseep 7009850. 904-699-5236 bed on rear. New frlg. 1953 wheel drive. $2000obo 476-9191 sport track, 6 cyl, '05. Leather, CD.
t FURNTURE SET, r uns grt$12K. 241-31 $400 /obo 904567264 everhing asn MGB 1973'UN i VOLKSWAGEN o oer, lOr ,A$29,99
compneobrano MlORv E c 2a 3e4, m Hor $3Cobo, 718 912 MB-GTT 1972' MB BEETLE CONY '04 mSATURNtrS '94ec 4drd, Leath er rcd of LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SnewberoLabsPupsYel34-3602 or wCAS PAID$ 1325 Automtve C SLER Sebrng prtscar, b pe ic new
Ing room enier- 259-8392 R$s, MHs. Tis 5458303 132 Automotive CHRYSLER Sebrin 0 arts car oth for 52200. 904-269-0835 rac tonneas cover,
computer hch great Rhodeslan Rldgeback tres 0. 4545 904277ahme61wk LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOYOTA CELICA '89 9049405230 TOYOTA Highlander '01
deal, good price Pups AKC, OFA/%lth gr ,$i ACURA RL '01 ATiAeCsO$1500.SO4,IL4044670 878Vhm/8r64,k LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
o w f 0ul 0 $7o 0 L 537ER 1300 Motorcycles Fully equipped. DODGE Stealth '91 93K t MINI COOPER '05 998-0012 AT,349.3933 ( FORD EXPLORER pfectm,15,990 3434319
& Fultonwthhf.l RoTNEILER AKC PUPS ACI $15,990 ml sspd, AC, pw, 1 ps, ItJ1 Only 2000 miles. G4sVolkswagn r/Jetta ____----- Trucks; EDDIE BAUER '04
/ size mattress, solid 4 Females 2Males 500 xIC AT 2004, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ss0oo obo. 864-7 $20,850 V IE auto, sunroof, cold Trucks / Only 14,000 miles. TOYOTA EUIA
wood, $175, lazy 912.729 6887 $ Dux 400 sports 998-0012 "a Ford Explorer 97' LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ac, asking s1o,5oo 134-0 Trailers!/ Beautiful! $23,950 2003, VS8R5
boy love sear, E ^ quad Identical to I Eddie Bauer Edition 993-linn ohn s~kmi fo104 v LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE leather, dvd/
recliner, $125, both ROTWILER PUPS LZ460, awesome, ACURATL '04 extra Leather, new 998-0012 obo55km 7101254 SUV 998-0012 tv/vcr towng
excellent condition, REG. $400. tall cropped, super clean, super fast, low miles $25,480 transmission, sirus o Mitsubishi Eclise VOLVO 940 SW'93, thr, package, 3rd row seat-
a 1st shots 40-2994 tons od's, LEXUS OF JACK- satellite included. 171K S 1999 Spyder AT, sunrf, 90Kmi, very Acura MDX Touring 04 Ford Explorer Sport nage r,-
a LOVE SEAT, IIght WEIMARANER PUPS AKC 912,07 SONVILLE 998-0012 mIles, $50004bo I convertible, 98K clean, $3550. 25-4609 perfect voice -nay sys, 1/ powe n cyl, fll m,$19,500, 904-225-1923
excellent cond- Call 386.963-4932 106 ml, exc co nd, ACURA TSX '04 FORD MUSTANG'o0280Kmi, exec. condition new Cony. perfect, wrty sIv CHEVROLET Leather, 6cds roofs OOTA T1 REnCsB
ion 250, Queen yellow, $10,500. Leather, CD, sun- new tires, PCCRS, Great p /grey $21,500. 343 4319 PICKUP 97' swb rack, Tonneav cover, sel fastr995 77Lea 9100
sleeper so burg dy, Yorkle-Pek pups $350. 04 7947376 roof, white. $19,980 cond. $8000. OBO 372-0101 ey$2AT Creularcab, $11 obo, se
blue, green, plad, Chihuahua pups $275 aBUELL XBLAR s LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FORD MUSTANG Mustan Cobra 03' VOV O.g'0 r, sCK7



new bedroom atsorYachtsl545- 3 calloned91 ,IAUDITTlQUATTRO CO 0 hhak $180obra3791o 0 sC Z 711989 8ootaTacoma
excellent. a call 904-612-0556 3 4 CC, 3900 ml, red 998-0012 A FoRd M ESTNG073 8Ales e moo white, nice work truck, TOYOTA TACOMA '03
p.lsoaid conr, 120 7anty 50, call 3 A TSX '04 r VOLVO DL '82, SEDAN, dt e len c950012
jlue. I _excllent ondl- .811 a aer 5pm Leather, sunroof, many302newparts, $22K garagenkept $32,00 1 owner garage, stick C d4txelnt con- m les,




leot, 3 17 oNITO 100 uHPn HARLEY DAVIDSON CD$14,900. Ca 992 436,880 ldue o CS, e o, Scott, 90ILL 607473812 condhif, $2 00. 389-9576 calnow 1 ie er, y Call now 771 9100


sbler sn, b a 031HrY APAI 0hRa 'NmalgtTrin, l LEXUS OF J CKSNVILLE FOR TN MELEXUS tOa NVLLE TTuckcsnrVan S 0 pwr steering, member delayed, Auto, AC 18K miles.
fo h k L4, 9 I spd, must sell, 7Leather CD pwr brakes electric 6075364 or 2-161' 3 8 11







co STrA Rh odesishan Rigt eband rod $2100 obo, 262606 5 "Ohapanetan,21 L 1$ ODOWNVIE TOYOT ca CA-2994 LEXUST OFACKSONEOOT 0lax
e ro At o ac gre kept, $ aCONY '05 Shaker D $18 b, o EVERYBODY ob 51windows & locks, air$














7 22Lron OF eKC5SONVILLE tiresCADIeLACoCTSg04 LEXUS O CK S197Lilesapw,7IDES! Dd D 2womls FORD FREESTAR .04, y
d oe les callAick, 9104- 71-976i ra steeo leaher g oMCl Z71 maikt
T '01 Fully only 8000 miles. $21,a995 NISSAN ALTMAl o99. ery F Jc a -res2 Chris662R0726 t JK il R Es, pwR, p d br e1m 4a39
Newr en or 0ST W cuFemalashions, trolling HARleyC dsn equipped. $18,850 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE low m8, must sell fast 993-0nb012nreOwdlc
9ew $uee80rlyu0$125 0 eI ke rA in 0 t
0 VHS ll looks great garage LEXUS JACKSONVILLE 99$1 8-,500 obo. 476-9192 $4995. 771-9100 warren, alarm, hit tsann $10,800. Ca 282-5452







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4 o o a 9 2 P UPS d B C UNR A T L L E0S4 O N L L 20NDfA d E M NlT0 5 o lx / uk m n kc C3 roe 30' 4sEX U PO JE E P N L E L E X U SOQAlN V L .E
400, 220 2910 retail EiGa400. $0 0 9r04 o mile2 99844l2 bu a1tf 904o rr-23N nbe w X C ZF TArcKSNVIL I








h-00-00e -!unt on Boow m le .2r4 0 tr ns i s a tO N 8 01d S U fISW 00to, i00 f 998 001 .O O LS IE NA
ot/tan 53K ml all records $3k, 2913227 c u' CheselAAP, verado 02 le lue 39Vy n I 9 LINCOLN NAVI- 12,000 miT $24O890
able offer, 9380103d 17' 00 HABR LEY DAVIDSON $14,900. CalF 992-4360 adue to PCS, excel-. LEXUS rOF bck ed nt vle a owI $90 G R aos' tru. E O C st o 19
Lot 1 O days/904-317-6618/ c 9 01 1200 ortster lent condition, L5 JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 nIMu ee canCall o 7645-5900 ,0 cac yll laeqiact, red.at B, p Ca n- 9
diContractorTable llcs package Sounder, hours 8915 ml bex c lnt cond white S3 obo below 998-0012 998-0012 clan 117.VW JETTA GLS '01 y 10219 $4500bo plus 1999 Troylee






















see!AHopa ondo it, 241o262kDMW 4 Lik JAGUARlXJ8 N04 TOVOTAnCAMRY 5 L. DODGE SHADOW 92 Ford EscapeXLTrs03 109Ktskin $p b9 t -rR
t motor extension tri reel ne YAMAHA TTR90E05 miles. 4,480nl 10 m. Save .cruisea/c tirlat new- sunr, coldr S 3K M..$ 5.0 OBu 105k looks good. Runs s DodYA, SWB Ram,










mcn os cbndwh _a Bowr er, 7 ne w, bares rihddn, D om o 0a r L OuAC N39 2 m .. 71 9100 /F- r a 904) 6J6N2520 great. $6850.k 571-2118 is $ a,02760b7042,
cream $650 333-4008 r.:HP Johnson, excel Dynanerseatnw/backrrestLE O CKSOnVIL nn958 tirs8ml1 moving, $15,900, Hy, Ao,
- ClassicSofa I r iver boat fLsh rear pe s, engine 993-0012 pk Rodeo $300 for $4500hobo,t7783508 55kmi, 904-7101254 269-9527 Leahter, CD, sun- b r
Hunter Green 75,nnoo,783.1783 9 ND FLHTC ULTRA Like new! $36,980 EX VS '04. Fully3miles. $13,990 $21,000. Call 273-6347 optonsn new,
9ley -57e.7 $Beau00fle o Classic 1987 eqeppdrov20,95 LEXUS OFppro03',OmanyLextrasM993-002 L
lesodo c, 18' 2003 HYDRA SPORT loaded, wel LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEV cUl ACIl $33,000 must sell H 1 fast$11,988.771-9100
L9g8eat0shap8 0 a0-cCoHVYiCle0fulry0es4DeLV n. 12 Of2O.e525 $,00- TOYOTA T TUNDAA0 3
93 hours on engie, must see, $FAK RBUICKLeSABRE 998-0012A L









,SOLDOABDRM PREMIUM PACKAGE 0 4- CH3VY4 NISSANIrSENTRAs 99 G ath pT AL6 A -2 $9 TO Y OCATNDA Su
4 Boa Bll t s cente 7r ny!70,4aLAMATEDaded ONDAACCOR Very low mies, must 9i CHEVYES10'98 Very low G ON EROLE bblokmut
foldmirror cihes, console, depth finder, HONDA REBEL 04 with many options, 0 uEX VS '05 sell ast $3995.771-9ad Clle, 7 $910 4fast$1,95.477-91
S ded $. xe- Frot andre:oler 4700k minless, exeno dOFJACKSONVIL LEFaT S3694 .v053 miles a1.utatic 69s1 90-720 fat$7 90






















.-0 904dc- .1LFY U ,D IuHTQUATTRO C BU L` 0 I 18 2ooi 379. 1 8D F CITY SlcsKi
cAst &Onlo 1setk excellent cond, $s 3600,7710365 LEUS eo$24,890 (7)Ie aNFNdT QXol '059 codtonnal
GN e'Eti9 Eserg 5 oalne 1. lll t $ o A Civilian CHEVY Slverado '92full Navigation, Fully 1345 as/Buses
New Qode32 gallon bait wel t00ueat1tarterb h8lke,0le ,9 a 2L6 ACJC 9A 9E0res LUS OF t6000ACKSONV LlE s1 45pi
Sis Tl $ so00o oe 04 s thoa e1. iaced p lait e 1 r L E 3 eil ll 'u i 1 III c00obo,262u6065 waiChampagne/tan,0. 1 Er uied 4a
dstrant ad Sples. zukiV5800L xtralowmiD$21,995 8 FJ HONDA ACCORD L li n Iu $0 DOWNfI $1800.Ca 23-2978 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
WANT897Havcrhktooo$ATeREgon-'smoke
ablI, casters, like new. Absolute Pr condition. Come, b2y8 998-0012 sunroof. $19,490 interior, 4drs) 1 owner, kept. $23,900. 343-4319 ISUZU AXIOM 03. Very
1$752u d itlon. Kept In dry In loo r an i I d l 2 T SNIneLE U ll l Uow c mOe mE sll r b.TA' bl
S storage $14,500. Hasy 2 Maypot Rd. 132 or S lCTS '04 o IexalSO99L-0012o R$4S.all d e-FOR9oAER 9 mLAKoDA CoIw MeC OGr, T SoTA- NU e












SSTORAGEkTOWER T warranty. Call c910-7652 b Silver extralowl h 2 SCI iON ARBER F2006,B, E STc ubcab, white Reedse ses n mt
SHolds 600 CD's n a 6t42 onl Suzuk VL oe c miles. 23,995 HONDA ACCORD LX -'0 2 am/fm/cd, auto1 Cs 20 76V6,Espallpower. JEEP WRANGLER94 rcord, sell un


























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Aa/c.4act pwex1PCS,90-070343327,CT oRrines, R k a
ti r 20 1, 9.320 origin na l EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE od ra c, A alarm, hitch S 0e 8 ,) a1
woodgrain blocka feo r, boat 03rb/t$11,500obo.476-9192 $17,500,, (838-E5572 __'04.$18,130____ l warranEVY BL'A excellent shape.9T80T.TCOal
or 10 S es a i e with r miles, burgundy, cn 993-0, 0 1-29 M C len t cn ditio, "t o
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do catr 5 8 E lpe n Beotle l artsh ot ,1rCal m.I.PARKER HONDACIVIC97IC A ut o ,S ASH ISDELLE VW
with alp$1sA diUPe bagI OR AILCCDE v. clan Au sts9 1335 $2000 or Less ,0Dode Durano03' soft top, maunitopFD N DYTAR
Waoo S7d.or. 820172 Sn 2s Bs, Foc e 2 m aag912- 67 $0 ONA, cai CDW
t oaod B k s690 '04. Pearl whie/ Call 771-9100 Subaru Impreza C.E 6 Is, i M IS B 6 R VC
must see. Must Sell9 1c A, 4 F 3 9 F uCe
4tan.bdeawuetiful. HON E / 99 sAWteroW, r Bu.ic LSabr '91 0 sound ytrs JEEP WANGLER US $13,995
whe1rbotto our ded,7,mS8dat Pa.eTh ONA r. EMnT9 o stero rs niverbareat,33m
91 67 very low VULCAN 2000, $23,890 new cond, AW5500 m. great, cash/check ood cond, clean, AC $ a I S- LvT
$1400 21o' Po nonto ontBoattw/ 0bak custo, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEt", suroof, a power only C99al til012 2eTOY, olA SIENN oba 47-01 81A2
aicSotr es 998-0012 H O 5 U hIe Cevu Monteg 1Carlo '04 DODE RAMt94'. LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE
4 M otaor,,lie w telRtdheals, Geor3k,291-OR3227OOu FSBA Tl, i0o ed inI 38mpg, 72k. auto, P B ie 06 ,A/,FLEAS.n
snetrru1,co0dmm2c cone, DVD TV. runs great, Chev Sllvrado '02 be 9L G R 3 Avi- LEU
miles veryood ond. $21900 -3270074 time ore 8pm E-1 & Up Approved oo gaon, DVD, fully 998-
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diContractorITable- Ics package; Sounder, hours,aexcellentondI, whleS3500obo,0below 993-0012 998-0012 clean SlT.8060 9.i 631 0219,450OOobo plus 19998Troylee
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utymotorextenson tric reel lugs, 2- engine YAMAHAtTTROE'05 l Only 10K mh Save miles o,'t n use Ct tm 1 :t SIvr,3KM,. $15,. 5o 105k looks good. RunsT 3Dodg-eSWIRam,mt
for large sheets od batteries house batt series, Like new, barel ridden, Cat mairo SS2000, to u ,: al o' h ( 6 $198 .7-0
plywood. Excellent 1 r[, rn ,, Id iure .r o ler r70904'287-9d black. tt loaded.Eh o S.39,40 2 9m .. 9100S aw n04 $3995. r9 0 .572 -225 7
For advertising 9 ATLANTIC JEEP automaker, EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LUCAS AUTO PARK
o ld 6 Dsi 0 ." CHRR S'E EICHT t.,cn t ,e l pO TE. 9S TICKET
Mlke 2 7ut rANDS o- r. is.9,.r..fer.e.-.,4r, Tid lures available. $13.500 .0L JAGUAR X-Tf PE,
$5HARDWARE, $600, 8 M He J. 750CFM Quad by Jet CMER8 98'7.8""qb learthe,
904-287-19052r-..,, :JAir',,:LE $400. rai u *28261 Perfoanew, l Z8, silver T To p,* navIgation, CD. keyless
ii. excellent cond- memory, seat wood
sTto r,5I0. Hsr .CTjt-El toosmalefor my car. ,ion, 7,738 obo, package Xenon lights.
970 EMsi WEa ga rrry. -yl,',,:,,:,,, paid 5368. 904 573v4351 9127296479 6415059
MHaldise/CDs AL68mSleexrlwSCOi20SF GOODRICH (2) CHEVROLET SI- a KIA RIO 2001 auto
Services al.28 ft BAYLINER 20575JRES tires for V Za w'NLR lan-
'1SCONTESSA, cabin "us' sale. Almost new, eERnDO,5ca Zc, aHir, neCds new ren, Inc.-d u-.a .-b cab--
ORGAN-Beau t if u I2crulser, 1987sleeps drove appro. 0o, .94.scellens $l00 or best oludr,
Lesise $3000. 771-2304 head. Neds engine 65,000mileswrr...nty. 'ACURABOZARDFORD.LEXUSIOFrJACKS oONVE SUDARD OF JAX
aS srnrumrwork. otherwisetyreat Asking0 $35.00 each LEXUS ES 300 2001 of OrangePark uu .,r'J' it, Alrhm, ul;o I-l,81 ,
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980 Sporting uACS-,NVILLE,;.-':. &400gal. $loo.nA1005 16500,. CM, ZIt-;6O Vlssunroof, FLOFAICINRUR
$400,,220,- ____2 441 leather, all power, '70,'take- oKNC C S U
$14000 21Ponen RsBowri-der. Volvo, J' S-tog 4. 1-. 56lug. must nc. 1i lasr 00298 mo miles, $16,500,
bicycleReo-FOR owr mm uateoo'. l4toSlug.rCA Dac. Call n..... 771 9,00 904225 1923 ,,ui,,,, 0C'y ot,:,4uII GARDENRFORD.MERCURY ,i94. U OF J ACKOAN VILL
esacondeo, 5.7L,i.,O.t165hrs. bell, niche, paid CKEVYMALIBULS'02 Lexus ESD '9l9K
ToosKhindtfull1canva3amsfh61.cd. $aniplus 3 ,rte..... Ver, in.'.- mile s $9955 Loos,'rouonss gr eat. 6935839JMIKEOSHADVFORDCI0TS U i.$24,
65A 1e.17 anytime 635K abe. 237 5064 FORD1e4ugOnly
midle, shorty wOet Bass ooTritEoaged1 / Rimsn w1 BENTLEY ORLANDO At The Avenues LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE ,rr, A.iTr IOJ CNI
got S crimsonnonfoeE-trpAproedpro comp tires, 12k .PIFU f'pH 4f lly998 012
r eant y k, $40632 5 ranYm eaha tended 5 ar. miles, firs 5s.95, iS In., L i I 41)_.__-_.,IIJ'_'
do5s15.in, 500,c.too. Patrick. 5500622-8391, Ron r. MIKEDAels10sckae.
912.6742987 oan. Conition!T1r ospe newarABnerakesTO HMazda ARLINGTON TOYOTA
hor Bowirex XT30 w/leg Tne Used Pans..9 People" 904.2'5TO BUH MW,,."S-7.,0,e
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$100. calES1 TROLLING MOTOR trans, glass doors.BEUI-iK
642DWAR81/ $6007 /5mount anddloot eng fenders, struts
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904tro.190 Perman erlikg NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC s, ,, Iunlfn Cie 771-9100
SGolf Ba New nameo controrul.de2,1 call17811532 I91-86thisem
.T/ r Golf Irak,$v35.00, 0. 9 152 for extra savings! iEYBUCK'I ,, HR, H C T4,
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MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS '%ci d new Interior. .#n'P. 4[n e,., newieEe.
Beuyta ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES $4500. bo. 5 2318 Want to be treated4iii4oU
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Much morelCALL80UCREST CHEVROLET 587'i3i79li "''' CITY MITSUBiSHI S T07CT Ed SUKI
Pets and yi $3 ,il ,3,5' IE;SHADo ORANGE PARK.
Animals GADBER CHEWY-HYUNDAI ,.,',...,BLt.,B.ilF,:, L,,,, ,.,,1
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calle e. 3952 1cr .''
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Chihuahua CKC HC $425 ATLANTICDODGE Tom Bush Autoplex
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