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Family Day Expo
Hundreds Visit Base
Pages 4-5

Home At Last
HS-3 And VS-24 Return From Deployment
Pages 10-11

Navy Run
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Navy Surgeon General visits

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Navy Surgeon General Vice Adm.
Donald Arthur visited Naval
Hospital Jacksonville and other
Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia
Navy Medical facilities March 8-10.
It was a busy three days for the admi-
ral. While here, he met with hospital
Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel
Bono and the hospital's executive steering
committee, toured hospital clinics, held a
series of admiral's calls with providers
and staff and participated in flag quar-
He also visited the Navy Medicine
Support Command aboard NAS
Jacksonville and the branch health clinic
at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga.
At Kings Bay he met with clinic staff and
toured a ballistic submarine. At NAS
Jacksonville he called on Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel and the base Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson.
During a series of admiral's calls the
Arthur addressed a number of concerns
expressed by staff. Those in his audience
included Naval Hospital Jacksonville as
well as staff connected by teleconference
from the hospital's branch health clinics.
Some topics were as specific as the
importance of recognizing staff and ensur-
ing that fitness reports and evaluations
are well done. Others were as broad as
the ramifications of Base Realignment
and Closure Commission recommenda-
tions and the vital role Naval Reserve
medical professionals play in the Navy
Medicine mission.
The thrust of Arthur's remarks went to

Photo by HM3 Dulce PerezRomah
Navy Surgeon General Vice Adm. Donald Arthur addresses hospital staff at an admiral's call
while visiting Jacksonville March 8-10.
the essence of what it means to be part of He reminded the medical staff that
the Navy medicine team and the vital role "what we do is take care of our family
Navy medicine plays in today's ever more members. No one walks in the door of this
challenging global environment, hospital or any other because they're
He began by sharing what makes Navy happy to be here, except when they're
medicine special to him. "There are two having a baby or because they work here.
things that I really love about Navy medi- Except for those two things they come
cine," he said. "One is that you never have here because they feel something is wrong
to ask any of your patients how sick can and they need our help. Our job is to
they afford to be. The second is that all of help!" Arthur said. "What do we do for our
your-patients are patriots." shipmates, our family member? -We just

take care of them like family; that's the
great thing about Navy medicine, you can
go anywhere, and be with family."
When asked about Navy medicine's cur-
rent operational demands, Arthur said,
"They're increasing! This is a time of high
operational tempo." As examples, he
noted expanded Navy medicine missions
in Western Iraq, Djibouti and Kuwait and
Navy medicine being tasked to do more
with the Landstuhl, Germany Regional
Medical Center and helping earthquake
victims in Pakistan.
Arthur then addressed the demands
this increased tempo places on people.
"The last time Americans saw sustained
combat operations was during the
Vietnam Era. That means it's been 30
years, most of our careers. We've gotten
used to six-month deployments, e-mail
and to being in close touch with family
members," Arthur continued.
"This is our time in history when our
nation just plain needs us. You are so
valuable. Whether you're a surgeon, anes-
thesiologist, anesthetist, operating room
(OR) nurse, OR tech or in some other
medical profession, you're important," he
said. "Because this is the uniform you
wear, this is an honored time. You may
look at it as two, three or four years
where you're deployed a lot, but you
haven't been for many years and you
won't be afterward. But if we don't meet
the call now, we're, really failing the mis-
sion we're absolutely here for."
"The Chief of Naval Operations has a
lot of confidence in you. Everyone in Navy
medicine has a lot of confidence in you.
That's because you are doing a great job!

Alliance project

kicks off at NAS Jax

ByJ01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
federal, state and lo-
cal law enforcement
agencies held a press
conference Friday at Hang-
ar 116 to officially kick off
the Southeast Law Enforce-
ment Alliance Project
The project is a major
information-sharing initia-
tive for law enforcement
agencies near the Florida/
Georgia border. It consoli-
dates the information con-
tained in local, state and
federal law enforcement
agencies in an area span-
ning from Kings Bay, Ga.,
to Gainesville, Fla.
"Information sharing
benefits every level of civil-
ian and military law
enforcement," stated NAS
Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt.. Chip Dobson.
"I believe that this program
will end up becoming the
model for others to follow."
SELEAP utilizes Law
Enforcement Information
Exchange (LInX) technolo-
gy pioneered by the Naval
Criminal Investigative
Service (NCIS) to search
police records of participat-
ing agencies rapidly and
efficiently, enabling all lev-
els of the law enforcement
community to better
address basic crime prob-
lems, anticipate potential
terrorist issues and protect
military and civilian assets.

Photo byJO1 Mike England
Marion County, Fla., Sheriff Ed Dean explains the merits of
the Southeast Law Enforcement Project during a press confer-

ence at NAS lax Friday.
"This program will allow
us to strengthen our post-
9/11 resolve, thus helping
us prevent another terror-
ist attack," said U.S.
Attorney for the Middle
District of Florida Paul
SELEAP agency mem-
bers sign a LInX memoran-
dum of understanding with
NCIS and SELEAP partici-
pating federal, state, county
and municipal agencies to
provide cross-jurisdictional
information that will
enhance their ability to col-
lar criminals that travel
between different jurisdic-

NCIS will provide, main-
tain and operate a single
regional data warehouse for
member agencies to store a
copy of their agency records
they wish to share. These
databases will make rele-
vant data available that is
otherwise difficult and time
consuming to obtain.
Each member agency will
decide what information
they will make available to
the database, thus allowing
them to exclude informa-
tion they believe to be over

See SELEAP, Page 20

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Sailors, Reservists, Department of Defense civilians, retirees and family members from NAS
Jacksonville gather together prior to the start of this year's 15K Gate River Run on March 11.

Navy team tames

'Green Monster'

Southeast Region

team takes first,
By Miriam S. Gallet
N early 11,000 people participated in
this year's Gate River Run events
held Saturday at the Jacksonville
Olympians, runners from all over the
world and more than 100 runners from vari-
ous commands aboard NAS Jacksonville -
including two teams from the Southeast
Regional Navy Running Team ran in this
year's race. Others participated in a five-kilo-
meter charity walk and a one-mile fun run.
The Florida Times-Union-sponsored 5K

Charity Walk began
at 8 a.m. followed by
the five- mi-
n1I laE U Unute head
BIVE IUN start of the
uSAI5 B W a 15K elite
u oSi women run-
ners at 8:25
a.m. At exactly 8:30, a
big bang emanated from the
40-mm guns of the NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department 40-mm Saluting
Team signaling the beginning of the much-
anticipated event.
This year's course took 9,240 runners
through beautiful San Marco, along the St.
Johns River where hundreds of residents
cheered the runners and oak trees provid-
ed shade from the rapidly rising
See RIVER RUN, Page 16

TOUCHING Power outage scheduled for March 18 127,196, 781, 886, 887, 921, transient barracks, Naval Communications
and Telecommunication Station, Jacksonville, Seabee compound, Navy
The Jacksonville Electric Authority will secure power to the following Exchange Convenience Store, Subway, transportation, facilities and envi-
buildings aboard NAS Jacksonville on March 18 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. to ronmental.
perform routine maintenance: 1, 4, 6, 7, 12, 26, 27, 39, 103, 104, 105, For more information on the outage, contact Bob Boyd at 705-4874.

2 JaxAir MOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006


Service record maintenance it's your job

Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
F or every day you serve
in the Navy the need
for you to properly
maintain your service
record increases. If you are
the type of person who
thrives on organization and
have an eye for details, you
will probably be just fine.
However, if you are not
very organized, you may be
setting yourself up for some
problems when you become
more senior and record
errors might cause you
advancement problems.
Enlisted personnel have
two records: a field service
record (maintained by your
local Personnel Support
Detachment (PSD) and an
official record, maintained
electronically by the Navy
Personnel Command (NPC).
Some of you may assume
that if your field service
record is accurate, so must
your electronic record. That
assumption could be wrong.
One does drive the other,
but the information in your
field service record is only
added to your electronic
record upon reenlistment
(with a couple notable

exceptions like evaluations/
fitness reports and personal
First, your field service
record: This record is your
"hard" copy of all your quali-
fications, achievements,
schools, orders, security
information, awards, evalua-
tions or fitness reports, etc.
You should review it peri-
odically to ensure that
everything is up to date,
especially your Page 4.
Depending on your rank
and position, and your
PSD's policy, you may not
have the ability to physical-
ly check your record out, but
each of you maintains the
right to review your record
(even if in the confines of

the PSD).
You should always make
sure your field service
record is up to date before
reviewing your electronic
Your electronic record is
available for review using
the BuPers online (BOL)
Web site: http://www.bol.na-
vy.mil. If you have not
logged on and gained a
password, you need to do so.
Within the BOL Web site
you will have access to a
variety of services and
records: advancements,
application status, fitness/
eval reports, PSR/ESR,
PRIMS, SRB info, your cur-
rent orders and you can
order your official record on
Since this Web site main-
tains an on-going status of
your record, you should visit
this site often and ensure
the data shown is accurate.
You should also order your
official record on CD at least
annually and about six
months before you appear
before any selection board.
It's important to order your
record early because if there
are errors found, it's your
responsibility to get the
errors corrected. Selection
board view errors as your

fault and the board will hold
you accountable.
Do yourself a favor, review
early and make sure you are
not one of those unfortunate
Sailors that are passed up
for advancement or selec-
tion because their records
were not accurate.
Now that you know where
to view your record, I'd like
to talk about what informa-
tion you should be review-
ing. Basically, you want to
ensure the following things
are completely accurate:
* Evaluations / fitness
* Awards
* Education information
(both Navy schools and civil-
ian education)
* Special qualifications
(warfare qualifications, spe-
cial NECs, certifications)
I'm also a firm believer in
making copies of everything
and my advice to each of
you is to create a file that
you can reference at any,
time that has copies of
everything pertaining to
your career. I think you will
find that having such a file
will serve you over and over,
if you stay in the Navy for a

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will pass and will it
increase or decrease the
taxes we currently pay?
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The Fair Tax Act of 2005
is a comprehensive plan to
replace federal income and
payroll taxes, including
personal, gift, estate, capi-
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Medicare, self-employment,
and corporate taxes.
The proponents of this
tax state that it will
replace current revenue
dollar for dollar and that it
will allow Americans to
take home 100 percent of
their pay, except for states
which charge state income
There are provisions to
exempt taxes for those
below the poverty level.
The Fair Tax Act would
essentially eliminate the

current IRS, claiming that
after 35 years and a code of
over 54,000 pages, it sim-
ply can not be "fixed."
However, there -are some
problems. It would likely
require that Congress
repeals the 16th Amend-
ment and that action
approved by of 75 percent
of our states.
It also would turn every
business into a tax collec-
tor. Service providers, such
as doctors and lawyers,
would charge and collect
taxes on their services.
If the national sales tax
is 23 percent, as has been
suggested, you will then
add state taxes, county
taxes and city taxes on top
of that. If that does not
generate enough income,
the Congress could simply
raise the rates.
The Fair Tax act, unfor-
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Hometown: East Rutherford,

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: NSA Souda Bay,

Career Plans: To finish my tour in the Navy
and become a police officer.

Most Interesting Experience: Living in

Words of Wisdom: Go Navy!

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Job title/command:
Navy Exchange

Hometown: San Juan,
Puerto Rico

Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: Pensacola, Fla.,
Norfolk, Va., Alice Springs, Australia

Career Plans: I'm currently enrolled in culi-
nary art school.

I Most Interesting Experience: Visiting

Words of Wisdom: Do unto others as you
would want them to do unto you.

Fire inspections being conducted

at Yellow Water Housing Area

From the NAS lax Fire Prevention Office

rThe NAS Jax Fire Department, FirePrevention
-- Division, is now conducting the annual military fam-
W>--Tl A- -T--ily housing fire safety inspection and briefing for
ir VJ fd .rf residents 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 accom-
S *-. - polished in the presence of an adult.
-* This program is designed to ensure maximum safety of
- rall housing residents through information that will help in
- practicing good housekeeping and what actions to take in
- - the event of a fire or emergency in the home. Smoke and
carbon monoxide alarms will be tested to ensure proper
- - operation.
- - In the event the resident is not at home during these
- visits, a callback slip will be placed on the door. The Fire
-- -.- Prevention Division should be notified by calling 542-2783
- or 542-3928 to have the fire safety inspection and briefing
S rescheduled.
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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 JOT 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 Aill R NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The i Ani NEws can be reached at
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over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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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
11 a.m. Protestant

10:45 a.m.,
12:15 p.m.

Sunday School program is at 9:45-
and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-

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VP-30 supports academic

excellence in local area schools

By Lt. Steve Bradfield 1
VP-30 PAO . .. ..

V -30 has established strong bonds with the local
community and schools by supporting annual
Events and giving monthly recognition to deserving
students for their accomplishments.
When the Orange Park Rotary Club asked the "Pro's
Nest" for volunteers to be judges for the 2006 Clay County
Science and Engineering Fair, the response was a resound-
ing "yes!" VP-30's Executive Officer Cmdr. Mark Creasey
and 22 volunteers were on hand Feb. 13 at the Clay
County Fairgrounds in Green Cove Springs, Fla. to partici-
pate in the fair. Many of the volunteers were student offi-
cers awaiting class-convening dates. Lt. Cmdr. Mike
Harbison, VP-30's Student Control officer said, "The spirit
of volunteerism is high among our people. Everyone
returned with a great sense of pride after volunteering
their time to this event."
The Science Fair was a huge success. VP-30's participa-
tion added a nice mix to the diversity of the judging panel
as the judges represented various professions in Clay
VP-30 also reaches out to Wilkinson Elementary School,
located in Clay Hill, in support of the Navy's Partnership
for Excellence Program. Clay Hill is a rural portion of
Clay County, west of Middleburg, Fla.
Every month, VP-30 recognizes one student who excels
in academics and citizenship. This student, designated the
"Little Pro of the Month", is escorted to VP-30 to receive a
letter of appreciation and command memorabilia from the
commanding officer during the squadron's quarters. The
trip is capped off by a personal tour of the P-3 Orion. The
January "Little Pro" was Clayton Blankenship of Clay
On Feb. 15, VP-30 recognized Wilkinson Elementary's
Nancy Duffy, and her sixth grade class as the "Class of the
Quarter". This recognition resulted in a class field trip to
the squadron for a tour of the hangar and a P-3.
The Class of the Quarter students responded the very
next day with a hand made greeting card thanking VP-30
for the "wicked cool tour." Duffy also thanked the staff for
the hospitality and the classroom lesson on basic aircraft
terminology and concepts of flight.

Wilkinson Elementary -
sixth-grade students with '-
their teacher, Nancy4
Duffy (back row, far left)
in the VP-30 auditorium.
The class received a tour
in honor of their selec-
tion as Class of the

Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006 3

Uniform shift is April 3
The shift to summer uniforms for all per-
sonnel in the Commander, Navy Region-
Southeast area of responsibility is April 3.
The uniform of the day will be: service.
dress whites, summer whites or service-
khakis for officers and chief petty officers
and service dress whites or summer whites,-
for E6 and below.

RECORD: It's up to you

to check for discrepancies.

From Page 2

Photos courtesy of VP-30
Ensign Janine Curcio (left) pauses for a picture with a Clay
County Science Fair contestant. Curcio volunteered to be a
judge for the Clay County Jr. and Sr. High Science and
Engineering Fair at the Clay County Fairgrounds Feb. 13.

VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Brewer recognizes
Wilkinson Elementary's Clayton Blankenship with a letter of
appreciation for being selected as the January Little Pro of the

Why is record mainte-
nance so important? If it
isn't already obvious, I'll
share with you one of the
biggest frustrations of the
master chiefs who sit on
selection boards: Inaccurate
or incomplete records! Your
record has to stand by itself.
If you have errors, those
sitting on selection boards
cannot correct them, nor
guess what might be cor-
rect. Also, keep in mind
that if you have something
missing from your record,
you may be the only person
who knows it's missing.
Board members review
what is before them only
and cannot assume or guess.
You owe it to yourself to
ensure your record reflects
your complete career.
Here's some advice: Every
time you achieve a career
milestone, whether it's a
school, certification, qualifi-
cation, NEC, etc. do the leg-
work to ensure it gets put in
your service record.
Receiving a graduation
certificate at a ceremony is

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not the last step in the
process... ensuring the docu-
ment is reflected in your
record is the final step..
While it is true others often.
take care of some of this for
you, ultimately it's your
responsibility to ensure the
data entry was done, and
was done accurately.
I encourage all of you to
prepare for advancement
smartly. While it's true you
need to accomplish much to.
prepare for each new pay-
grade, the time is takesto
achieve that next paygrade
can sometimes be tied to
how "squared away" your
service record is.
Take the time to get it
right. If you are missing
something, or notice errors,
take the time to get the hplp
you need to correct the prob-
lem. When you order your.
record on CD, there are
instructions about how to
correct errors.
Also, check with your local
PSD if you have questions -
they are experts and can get,
you quick answers to your
questions. Get organized
and check your record often.

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Delayed Entry

Program recruits

visit NAS Jax

By LI1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff writer
N avy Recruiting Dis-
trict (NRD) Jackson- I
ville and the Navy :,1
Personnel Command's Mo-
rale, Recreation and Welfare
(MWR) Department hosted
a Family Day Expo for De-
layed Entry Program (DEP)
participants and their fami-
lies March 11 at NAS Jack-
Hundreds of future -.--
Sailors walked through the -
doors of the expo to get their
questions answered and put
their loved ones concerns to
NRD Jacksonville's Com-
manding Officer Cmdr.
Timber Pangonas addressed
the group of young men and
women along with their
families, "I want you and
your parents to walk away
today knowing that the
Navy family is going to take
care of you," he stated.
"Today is all about you.
Don't leave here today with
unanswered questions." Photos by LII(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
The purpose of the expo Family Day Expo guest Anthony Vazquez of Deltona, Fla.,
was to educate DEP partici- Family Day Expo guest Anthony Vazquez of Deltona, Fla.,
pants about the benefits signs in at the registration table.
that come along with the commitment to serve their country and to familiarize them
with the many different facets of Navy life. Included in the schedule of events, was an
information fair lined up with booths and representatives that covered every aspect of
life in the Navy. Various NAS Jax departments and tenant commands including legal
and personnel services to Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) had information
on hand and not to mention, the vast array of MWR services available to today's Sailor.
"I was just hoping to come here today and find out what everyday life in the Navy is all
about. Today, I found out a whole lot more.than what I had anticipated," said Brian
Lopez of Ocala, Fla., who is coming into the Navy as a hospital corpsman in October.
Anthony Frasier of Jacksonville is coming into the Navy in November as a torpedo-
man. "This has put all of my concerns to rest and I am looking forward to joining the
Navy team," he said.
The positive hits just kept on coming. Parent after, parent commented on how pre-
pared they felt their son or daughter already was and how comfortable they were with
their decision to enlist.



Galya Taborn, coordinator for the Naval Hospital Jacksonville Exceptional Family Member
Program, talks with Family Day Expo guest Janet Sprague of Jacksonville, whose daughter
plans to enlist in the Navy.


Greater Jacksonville Area USO Executive Director K.C. McCarthy discusses USO programs
with Family Day Expo guest Cassandra Sprague Saturday.
Tolbert Adams Sr. of Palatka, Fla., was present at the expo, alongside his son, Tolbert
Adams Jr. His first impression of the Navy was through his son's recruiter. "The recruiter
has prepared my son, my wife and myself without fault. Being comfortable with my son's
decision to join the Navy was never an issue thanks to the thoroughness of his recruiter.
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Guests of the expo were also given a bus tour of the base
facilities available to Sailors and their families and
received a demonstration from NAS Jax's military work-
ing dogs on apprehension and canine escorting of suspects
or victims.
"Standing back and watching my son enlist in the Navy
has made me realize how my parents must have felt the
day I left home, however, I have been serving in the Navy
for the last 30 years and I am not nervous for him.
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find anywhere else. I would recommend it to anybody,
including my son," concluded CWO4 Robert Powden.

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Can someone please tell me who I am?

By Chaplain
(Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
On the lighter side . a
very upset wife visited the
family psychiatrist and said
to him, "Doctor, you've got to
help my husband. He's hav-
ing delusions and thinks
he's an elevator." "Oh ... you
just send him in to see me.
I'll straighten him out," said
the psychiatrist. "I can't do
that," said the wife. "He's an
express and doesn't stop on
your floor." (laugh :.. please)
On the darker side, how-
ever ... is a true story from
the annals of World War I.
The story goes that at the
conclusion of "the war to end
all wars" numerous shell-
shocked French soldiers
could not remember who
they were. They had been
victims of massive artillery
Literally, hundreds of
shells had exploded around
them but they had been
miraculously spared.
However, mentally they
were scarred. The soldiers
were disoriented to the
point of not knowing who
they were.
Try to imagine, if you can,
the confusion, the horror,
the anxiety of not having

Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
any blessed idea of who you
are! These French soldiers
had a true identity crisis.
A number of them could
not be immediately reunited
with family due to faulty
military records. For these
.poor souls the question of
the- moment was: Please,
please .... Can someone tell
me who I am?
Who are you? Who am I?
The question appears, trite,
almost ridiculous. But, at
the heart of the question
lies the all-important issue
of "self identity."
The answer to the ques-
tion must go beyond merely
describing what we do for a
living or what our physical
appearance may be like.
Immeasurably more impor-

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T he NAS Jacksonville Combined Command First
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first annual First Class Petty Officer Leadership
Symposium March 29 and 30 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the base theater.
Some, of the topics scheduled to be covered are: CNO
vision/mission, Active Reserve Integration (ARI), stan-
dards of conduct and career development. Registration
forms can be requested from the following points of con-
tact: PS1(AW) K. Yvette Baker 542-2486 Ext: 154 or
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ext. 114 or danyell.rowland@navy.mil
There is a non-refundable symposium fee of $20 and a
late registration fee of $30. Acceptable forms of payment
include: cash, cashiers check or money order only due by
March 17, 2006.

tant than our professional
identity is .. our spiritual
and moral identity.
These are the non-tangi-
ble qualities of the self that
ultimately define who we
When it comes to grinding
out the practical aspects of
daily living, having a clear
and healthy self-identity
will keep us balanced and
consistent and happy with
life. We will do what we say
and say what we do. Let me
illustrate: A farmer was on
his way to New Orleans
with a big Bible tucked
under his arm.
A friend stopped him and
asked where he was going.
The farmer answered that
he was on his way to Mardi
Gras to indulge in wine,
women and whatever else
came along.
Puzzled by the reply, the
friend asked why hd was
taking his Bible. The farmer
replied: "Well, if I stay over
the weekend I want to make
sure I get to church." The
farmer had projected some
mixed signals. His inner
motives betrayed his outer
Can we talk? Let's face it.
As we look across the'land-
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do not fit, that must not be
allowed to distort and
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identity. There are things
that are appropriate and
things that are not.
Is this easy to do? No. It
takes work and sometimes
the work is all uphill.
Famous scholar and author,
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way: "anyone that has ever
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New Command Master Chief Spouse Leadership Course

ByJOC Michael Foutch
Master Chief Petty Officer
of the Navy Public Affairs
A cooperative effort
between the Naval
Education and
Training Center and Naval
Services FamilyLine has
created a new leadership
course designed to offer the
spouses of command senior
enlisted leaders the tools to
navigate the opportunities
and meet the special chal-
lenges of their position.
The Command Master
Chief Spouse Leadership
Course will help prepare
senior enlisted spouses for
the unique leadership and
relationship issues involved
in representing the com-
mand, said Ombudsman-at-
Large Doreen Scott, and will
provide the ability to inspire
and motivate others as an
integral member of the com-
mand support team (CST).
The first course is sched-
uled to convene this spring
at the Command Leader-
ship School (CLS) in New-
port, R.I., where spouses
will join the curriculum
during the second week of

Photo by JOC Michael Foutch
Chairman of Naval Services Family Line Kip Route (left) signs a memorandum of understand-
ing between the Navy Education and Training Center (NETC) and Family Line to establish the
Command Master Chief Spouse Leadership Course in the Admiral Gooding Center on board
the Washington Navy Yard. Commander, NETC, Vice Adm. Kevin Moran (second row, left),
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Terry Scott, and Ombudsman-at-Large
Doreen Scott, witness the signing.

the two-week Command
Master Chief (CMC) and
Chief of the Boat (COB)

"We want the spouses of
our CMCs and COBs to go

into their job with a better
understanding of what it is
to be involved with the CST

and the ombudsman pro-
gram and how they can be
better prepared for whatev-
er level of involvement they
choose," Scott said.
The curriculum for the
one-week course includes
lessons in situational lead-
ership, values, ethics, con-
flict resolution, stress and
crisis management, and
naval heritage, customs
and traditions, as well as a
brief from the Center for
Career Development.
In addition to in-depth
discussions of the ombuds-
man program and the, CST,
students also will have an
opportunity to learn from
the real life experiences of
a former CMC and spouse.
The course also offers an
opportunity for the CMCs
and COBs and their spous-
es to work together to
develop a CST charter to
enable them to work better
together as a team in their
new assignment.
"It is crucial that the
CMC or COB and spouse
fully understand each
other's expected participa-
tion in all facets of the tour
on both. professional and

personal levels," said Kip
Route, chairman of Naval
Services FamilyLine.
"We want to give them
some preparation for all the
challenges this tour may
present so we can make
this a positive and reward-
ing experience," Scott
"So they can look back
saying they gave it their
best rather than looking
back and saying, "if only I
would have known."
The Command Master
Chief Spouse Leadership
Course is modeled after the
Command Spouse Leader-
ship Course, which was
established in 1997 to capi-
talize on the positive
impact the spouses of com-
manding officers may have
on a command.
This course seeks to do
the same with the spouses
of command senior enlisted
leaders. Developers for the
two courses will work
together closely on the cur-
riculum so that all mem-
bers of the CST have the
tools to pursue the same
goal within a command.

NAS Jax Disaster

Preparedness Officer

attends special academy

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer

Melott recently at-
tended the Florida
Division of Emergency
Management's Emergency
Management Academy at
the Pat Thomas Police
Academy in Havana, Fla.
Melott, the NAS Jackson-
ville Disaster Preparedness
officer, attended the acade-
my in an effort to be
become better prepared and
to learn about the most up-
to-date technologies in
dealing with major disas-
The two-week class
taught participants about
the new National Incident
Management System
(NIMS) that is being inte-
grated throughout the
country to create a single
standard technology in
dealing with major disas-
ters at the federal, state,
local and tribal levels.
"Eventually, all agencies
including the military will
follow the guidelines of
NIMS. It's a federal pro-
gram that mirrors what
every other agency that
deals with emergencies
does. It puts us all on the
same page so we all have
the same disaster pre-
paredness requirements,"
explained Melott, who vol-
unteered to attend the
"By using this new sys-
tem, also known as the
Incident Command System
(ICS), we could integrate

with Duval or Clay County
more easily. Our people
would be able to walk into
any emergency operations
center and should be able
to fill. any seat and do the
job. This new system, basi-
cally tells everyone who the
leadership is and on down,
and what their responsibili-
ties are," he continued. "All
agencies will follow the
same guidelines and use
the same paperwork and
procedures. It's makes
things easier for everyone."
- Another benefit of becom-
ing compliant with NIMS is
that local communities will
be eligible to receive grants
from the Department of
Homeland Security and the
Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency.
"By attending this class, I
can teach our personnel
about the new system and
help ensure NAS Jax
becomes compliant. It's
really going to help us
when they implement
NIMS because that's what
everyone is going to nation-
wide," added Melott.
Another advantage to
having Melott attend the
course was to see the inter-
action between the differ-
ent agencies within the
State of Florida.

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Disaster Preparedness Officer DCCS(SW/AW) Matt Melott
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AW2 Nick Hoffman shares a special moment with his wife, Alex, and 13-month-old daughter, Ryann, after
returning home from deployment Saturday.

*Four-year-old Grace Spinner shakes hands with MASN Mark Jones, a.k.a.
'McGruff The Crimedog, during the HS-3 homecoming Saturday.

Friends and family members cheer as HS-3 arrives.

AWCS Mark Schuelke embraces his daughter, Melissa, as his wife, Bobbie (cen-
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'Tridents' welcomed

home from deployment

By Lt. j.g. Kevin Chambley

he HS-3 "Tridents" returned home Saturday, after a six-month deploy-
ment to the Arabian Gulf. The occasion was highlighted with a six air-
craft formation fly-in led by the squadron's Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Thomas Fitzgerald. Family and friends eagerly awaited the Tridents as they
touched down.
The squadron departed on deployment last September and arrived on sta-
tion in the Arabian Gulf on board USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71),
remaining there for five months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The
operational tempo in the gulf was unlike any squadron member had ever
experienced. While on deployment, the Tridents totaled 1,031sorties, flying
2,733 hours with a 100 percent sortie completion rate.
HS-3 conducted integrated operations with the British Joint Helo Force
(Iraq) in the Multinational Division Southeast Region of Southern Iraq and
flew 148 combat missions and 334.5 flight hours in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom. They also performed security and stability operations, includ-
ing troop insert and extracts, convoy escort, riverine operations and mobile
vehicle check points. Logistics, photo reconnaissance of overland locations for
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HS-3 Pilot Lt. Frank Ingargiola greets his wife, Catina, and daughter, Kaitlynn, at the homecoming.

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Photo by PH3 Randall Damm

JaxAfirNeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006 -11

Cathy Mills ,
and her
(from left)
Brady, Conner
and Katie,
anxiously watch "A
as VS-24
Officer Ted
Sills axis down
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An S-3B Viking, assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-24, prepares to land aboard the Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Nov. 17. The squadron was deployed to
the Persian Gulf supporting Operation Steel Curtain, a joint U.S.-Iraqi military offensive
aimed at preventing cells of Al Qaeda from entering Iraq through the Syrian border.

VS-24 Flight Surgeon Lt. Timothy Costello greets his wife, Sonja, and his children, Mya (left)
and Tyler.

A group of kids have a little fun while waiting for their fathers to arrive.

VS-24 returns home from wa1t

By Lt. Shane Snakenberg

VS-24 Pilot Lt. Cmdr. Robin Higgs reunites with his wife, Denise, after returning home from

Photo by PHAA Nathan Laird
A pair of S-3B Vikings assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-24 prepare for launch from the flight
deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Feb. 28.

he "Scouts" of VS-24 returned from
their final deployment Saturday
amid the cheers of their families and
friends. The squadron started this trek
towards their final deployment over one
year ago on a short carrier qualification
detachment in January 2005. After suc-
cessfully qualifying their pilots, they tack-
led Sea Control Advanced Readiness
Program, Tailored Ships Training
Availability, NAS Fallon Air Wing detach-
ment and Composite Unit. Training
On Sept. 1, VS-24 deployed on board
USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) with
eight S-3B Viking aircraft and headed for
the Arabian Gulf. After qualifying all 13 of
their pilots in two days, they started the
six-day trip across the Atlantic. Upon
arriving in the Mediterranean Sea
squadron t personnel were able to enjoy a
couple of European port calls including
Palma, Spain and Naples, Italy. The carri-
er group then headed through the Suez
Canal, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden and the
Straights of Hormuz into the Arabian Gulf.
Upon arrival into the Gulf, the Scouts
flawlessly executed the responsibilities of
their platform, the S-3B Viking. They con-
tinued to excel at assisting the carrier with
gaining a picture of all local shipping activ-
ity taking place throughout the entire
Gulf, with a focus on monitoring the hun-
dreds of oil platforms scattered throughout
the region. These missions directly con-
tributed to the security and stability of
Arabian Gulf oil fields and theater cooper-
ation efforts.
Squadron members continued to strive to
exceed their normal responsibilities and
immediately began looking to further
assist the air wing in the support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom. Before they
knew it, they were aiding VAQ-141,
Carrier Air Wing Eight's EA-6B Prowler
squadron, detached to Al Asad, Iraq. VS-
24 aircraft flew much needed parts and
pilots to and from the ship so the Prowler
detachment could continue to support
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Daniel
Grieco saw that the S-3B's capabilities
ranged far beyond tanking and surface
search responsibilities. As a result in late
October, the squadron started daily opera-
tions over Iraq. Their new expanded mis-
sion involved flying over Iraq supporting
both British and Australian troops on the
ground through non-traditional intelli-
gence surveillance and reconnaissance

throughout the next several months. 'A
total of 229 direct combat support missions:
were flown over Iraq accumulating 790.6'
combat hours, which contributed to the'
historic implementation of Iraqi nation
wide elections and the standup of a ne,&
Iraqi government.
VS-24 personnel 'also amassed several,
awards throughout their deployment:
including the coveted Carrier Air Wing:
Eight Golden Wrench award for the finest;
maintenance department of the eight-
squadron air wing. Squadron personnel
displayed an unparalleled work ethic and
tremendous motivation in getting their jets
airborne throughout the deployment. Over
six months, the VS-24 Maintenance
Department only missed two sorties,
achieving an amazing 99.9 percent sortie
completion rate.
Along with squadron awards, some avia-
tors were awarded top hook awards foir
their graded landings on the carrier. Lt.
Pat Hart was awarded Top Five Nugget
three times for his ball flying during
workups and the first and second line peri-
od and was awarded the No. 1 Nugget Top,
Hook Award for all of cruise. Lt. Josh
Burch was awarded Top Five Nugget dur-
ing workups, Lt. Shane Snakenberg was
awarded Top Five Nugget for the third line
period and Lt. Mark Gander was awarded
two Top Five Nugget Awards for the first
and second line periods. Lts. Cmdr. Jeff
Bernhard, Aaron Ramey and Louis Calisch
were each awarded a Top Ten Hook Award
on cruise.
A long deployment takes tough work, but
under Grieco's mentorship, the command's
morale could not be higher. Commander,
Fleet Forces Command recognized the
squadron for an unprecedented fifth
straight annual Retention Excellence
Award and VS-24 has already qualified for
its sixth award in 2006. The VS-24 front,
office also awarded some of their own
Sailors with distinguished awards.
NCC(AW/SW) Judson Timmons was
awarded Chief of the Year for 2005.-
AD1(AW) Kenneth Smith was awarded the
Senior Sailor of the Year for 2005.
AE2(AW) Michael Rodriguez was awarded
Scout of the Year for 2005. AN(AW) O'Neil
Hamilton was awarded Junior Sailor of the
Year for 2005.
After more than four months in the
Arabian Gulf, the Scouts began their long
journey home, stopping in Marmaris,
Turkey and Corfu, Greece to enjoy some
much needed rest and relaxation. During
the six-month deployment, VS-24 flew
more than 1,450 sorties and 4,200
embarked hours.

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Photos by JO1 Mike England

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HS-7 'fleet honoree' for

NASCAR Atlanta stop

, By Jeffrey Nichols
.Commander Navy Recruiting
Command Public Affairs
So. 88 Navy "Accel-
erate Your Life"
Monte Carlo rolls
into the Atlanta Motor
Speedway to participate in
the Nicorette 300 in
Atlanta, March, 18.
Driver Mark McFarland
will be at the wheel of Dale
Earnhardt, Jr.'s JR Motor-
sports-owned No. 88 Navy
"Accelerate Your Life"
Monte Carlo. McFarland is
18th in the Busch Series
standings as of the March 4
race in Mexico City.
The fleet honoree for the
race will be the Jackson-
ville-based HS-7 "Dusty
Dogs." HS-7 is a carrier-
based helicopter unit, sta-
tioned at NAS Jacksonville.
It serves as the primary
search and rescue asset of


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for Babies,

By Linda Brown
VI he Navy Marine
Corp Relief Society
Jax offers -Budget for
Babies classes the first and
third Wednesday of each
These comprehensive
classes are available to all
military personnel and
their family members.
Partici-pation of both par-
ents is encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-
ner helps the expecting
parents prepare' a budget
for baby from birth
through college. He offers
money saving tips for buy-
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as furniture, car seats,.car-
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Retirement planning for
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To register or for more
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Officer promotion
boards rescheduled
By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel
Public Affairs
he Fiscal Year 2007
Active Duty Com-
mander Line Promo-
tion Selection Board has
been rescheduled for April 7
and the Active Duty
Lieutenant Commander
Line Promotion Selection
Board is now scheduled for
April 20.
"The FY-07 Active 05 Line
Selection Board was
rescheduled for April 7 in
order to minimize delay in
reconvening the board,
ensure that promotions for
selectees will occur on time
in FY-07 and to allow the
least disruption to the pub-
lished board schedule," said
Rear Adm. Dave Gove, com-
mander, Navy Personnel
Command in Millington,
Tenn.,"It is also a require-
ment to notify eligible offi-
cers at least 30 days in
advance of the convening of
a board so that letters to
the board president, if

desired, may be completed,
and forwarded prior to the
start date."
The rescheduling of the
active 05 line board made
it necessary to delay the
active 04 line promotion
board by two days due to

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Photo by PHC Chris Desmond
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JaxAir HeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006 -A 15

New aquatics director reports

Heather Ewton
Staff writer

N AS Jax Morale, Rec-
reation and Welfare
(MWR) has a new
aquatics director.
Meredith Blocker of Da-
venport, Iowa, has reported
to NAS Jax sporting a pret-
ty hefty list of qualifica-
tions and she is fresh with
.new ideas.
Blocker, who graduated
from the University of

Northern Iowa with bache-
lor's degree in youth leisure
and human services, not
only has a passion for being
involved in water and out-
door activities, but enjoys
working with children as
While attending college,
Blocker worked as a life-
guard and swim instructor
and helped the local YMCA
with a program involving
children with special needs.
After graduation, she
moved to Keflavik, Iceland,

where she worked as an
intern for the MWR aquat-
ics facility. She has worked
on military bases for the
past three years.
Arriving at NAS Jax ear-
lier this month, Blocker is
striving to get the outdoor
pool ready for summer and
organizing this year's swim
"Safety comes first. I
want to get the outdoor
pools up and running and
get some swimming lessons
scheduled for the children

or anyone else who may
benefit from some lessons,"
said Blocker. "We need to
get some lifeguards quali-
fied and are looking for
staff to run the snack stand
this summer. My goal is to
get some input from our
customers to see what they
want. Then, I am going to
do everything I can to make
our aquatics program the
best ever."
The aquatics facilities
include the outdoor pool on
Allegheny Road and indoor

Aquatics Director Meredith BI
aerobics equipment at the NAS
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ocker checks on some water
jax indoor pool.
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volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a
charitable organization that pro-
vides new clothing to needy indi-
viduals and families is looking
for volunteers. DUW and the
NAS Jax Chapel have formed a
partnership to assist military
families that became victims of
Hurricane Katrina. The volume
of clothing coming in and going
out of DUW on a daily basis has
escalated. The organization des-
perately needs more volunteers
Monday through Saturday to
help sort the truckloads of
incoming clothing and then pack
this clothing into boxes for distri-
bution to the area chapels. For
more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email
pmcdonald @ dignityuwear.com.
Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O'Neal at 421-9158.
Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to bring works of art to life.
If you are interested in volun-
teering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at sgallo@cummer.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.
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Clay County Habitat for
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and Penney Farms. Volunteers
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16 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006

Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Members of the NAS Jacksonville Weapons Department 40-
mm Saluting Team prepare to fire their guns to start the 2006
Gate River Run March 11.

Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven
Advanced Maintenance Office Ken Bendy, a former Navy
CWO4 and Gate River Run 2006 volunteer coordinator,
assists University of Florida student Mariel Glenn with her
registration. Bendy is the Road Runners of America Region
director and an active member of the lax Track Club.


'Green monster'

lives up to name
From Page 1
temperature. Once out of San Marco and right after mile-
marker eight, the runners encountered the."Green
Monster." For those who were committed to completing the
race, crossing the top of the Hart Bridge meant that the
worst was over and the finish line was within reach.
However, for those less fortunate it meant defeat.
"This year's race was more difficult," said Laila Capers
of Navy Region Southeast Environmental Department.
"When I reached the Hart Bridge I was exhausted, the,
heat was getting to all of us. I was so happy to have com-
pleted the race."
According to ATC
(AW/SW) Bill Hidalgo of
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
Jacksonville and OS3
Matthew Zarcone of NS
Mayport people must
train and be psychological
prepared for this race.
Zarcone, who ran the 15K
"' A31 carrying the American
'I flag said, "Several days
454 8"! before the race, I ensured
I was fully hydrated and
rested. I was dedicating
the run to the hundreds
of Sailors that are fight-
ing in Iraq or are
deployed in support of the
.... global war on terror.
*I Therefore, it was very,
Photo courtesy of Florida Siriders Club important that I con-
John Metzgar, a pilot subject quered the infamous
matter expert at VP-30, con- green monster and fin-
quers the Hart Bridge and runs ish."
toward the finish line of the The Hart Bridge, or
2006 Gate River Run. Metzgar "Green Monster" as it is
placed 51st overall, with a time commonly referred to in
of 52:01. local running circles, did-
n't disappoint the thou-
sands of runners that crossed, including the hundreds of
base participants that woke up Sunday morning to find
their name and time in the sports pages of the Florida
Two four-man teams made up of members from the
Southeast Regional Navy Running Team placed first and
second respectively, beating out eight other teams in the
military team competition. "We are so pleased with our
performance," Lt. Oreste Gutierrez of NS Mayport said.
"It's amazing to have won while representing the Navy
and running for all of the service members that are fight-
ing in Iraq." HM2 Encarnacion Nunez, Cmdr. Joseph
McQuade and Lt. Drew Miller all of NAS Jacksonville and
Gutierrez made up the first place team.
Among the 9,240 names that were published as having
completed this year's race was that of retired Navy Capt.
Kent Foster, former Navy Region Southeast Combined
;Federal Campaign director who crossed the finish line
With a time of 1:44:14. "I now reside in Hendersonville,
"'.C., however, I return every year to participate in this
race and visit with old Navy friends," said Foster joyously.
Lt.' Michael Kraft, officer in charge of the Southeast
Regional Calibration Center crossed the finish line with a
time of 1:30:44. "I just like to run. This is one sport that I
truly enjoy and this race is well organized," he stated.
At the finish line, every runner who crossed the finish
ine received a commemorative medal followed by a pro-
aessional massage. "This year's medal is beautiful,"
remarked Capers. "It's truly representative of the event."

(From left) Mathew Zarcone, Clay Hardman and Jacob
Lebsack of NS Mayport prior to the start of the 2006 Gate
River Run. According to Zarcone, they were running with the
American flag "in remembrance of the Sailors fighting in Iraq
and deployed overseas."
(Left) Laila Capers of Navy Region Southeast
Environmental Department, stretches in preparation
for the 15K race.

Southeast Regional Navy 1.' ... ",j,&- 4
Running Team members prior .
to the start of the 2006 Gale
River Run. Eight formed two
four-man teams and placed
first and second in the mili-
lary leam compelilion in this
year's race. (Kneeling, from 29
left) Encarncion Nunez (NAS 47
lax), Mary Lowell (NS May-
port) and lose Dominguez
(NAS lax). (Standing, from
left) loseph McQuade (NAS
lax), Eugenio Concepcion
(NAS lax), Harry Brodeen
(NS Mayporl), Orestes Guli-
errez (NS Mayport), Patrick
Carmody (NS Mayport),
Robert Zeigler (NS Mayporl)
and Yales Monday (NS A
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Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
AS2 Jason Haynes (front) and AS3 William Bender of Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jacksonville's 900 Division pressure wash the children's playground area at
the NAS Jacksonville Child Development Center March 8.

AS3 Vanessa Parra
of Aircraft
Jacksonville's 900
Division scoops up
some sand in the
playground area as
part of the cleanup.

AD2 Ann Marie Lupinaccio of
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
Jacksonville's 900 Division
rakes up debris at the NAS
Jacksonville Child Develop-
ment Center March 8. "A
handful of us in the division
have children who go to
school here. They take good
care of our kids so we decid-
ed to give something back
and do some general clean up
around the center. We come
out about every three weeks
to pick up trash, clean up the
playgrounds, rake, pressure
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By Staff
N AS Jax will host the Capt. Charles
Cornett 10K Navy Run/5K Walk
April 1 at 7:30 a.m. Only author-
ized patrons with base access can register
on site the day of the race. The public is
invited to participate however, they must
register and complete a MACS form by
March 29 to ensure base access. Packet
pick-up will be held at the Holiday Inn,
Highway 17, in Orange Park March 31
from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The cost to participate is $5 for all active
duty personnel and children under 12. All
others pay $15 before March 29.
Registration the day of the race is $20 and
will take place in the Navy Exchange
(NEX) parking lot the day of the race from
6-7 a.m. Packets may also be picked up on
race day at the registration area.
The race starts at 7:30 a.m. with an
awards ceremony following in the Navy
Exchange parking lot. Awards will be pre-
sented to the top three male and female
finishers, top masters and grand masters,
plus three males and females in each age

Volunteers needed
for Navy Hun
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.
group for the 10K. The top male and
female in the wheelchair category will also
receive awards. The 5K Walk is non-com-
petitive this year.
There will also be a shoe fair outside the
NEX March 30-31 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and the morning of the race.
Representatives will also be available at
the NEX April 1 from 10 a.m. to noon to
demonstrate new runner's watches. Free
massages will also be offered.
For more information, call 542-3518 or

NEX to hold annual Running Shoe Clinic/Expo
From Staff hand to measure and analyze runner's feet
and to assist all sports enthusiasts with
he NAS Jax Navy Exchange (NEX) the selection of the correct shoe. On April 1
will hold its annual Navy 10K Run from 6 a.m. to noon, the fair will be held
Shoe Clinic and Expo March 30 outside the NEX Convenience Store
through April 1. Several vendors will be on entrance parking lot.

18 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006

MIR Planner
Mission First, Sailors Always s'

Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials and use of mari-
na sailboats and safety equipment.
March 31, April 1, 2, 8, and 9

Power Boat Training Class
$50 includes all classroom materials and use of marina
March 25-26

24th annual Bass Tournament
April 15
Begins at safe light until 3 p.m.
Limited to first 100 teams entered.
Door prizes! Cash prizes!
Call 542-3260 for additional information

For more information, call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays 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 light
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-

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

Leprechcaun Dash
Tomorrow, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road/Antenna Farm
Call 542-2930/3239/3518 for more information.

Bench Press Competition
April 19, 4:30 p.m.
Fitness Source

1 rFEED'

File photo
Sea World Marketing Coordinator Rim Gettel (right) talks to
Laura and Rhett Maner about what the park has to offer dur-
ing last year's I.T.T. Travel Fair in front of the Navy Exchange.
This year's fair will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For more information about I. TT trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
Concert arid show tickets available on base:
Korn, With Special Guest Mudvayne
March 21, 7:30 p.m.
Club section of the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial

Lifesong Tour ~ Casting Crowns
Featuring Nichole Nordeman, Josh Bates, and Speaker
Tony Nolan
April 15, 7 p.m.
Club section of the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

Disney On Ice ~ Finding Nemo
April 22, 11:30 a.m.
April 23, 1 p.m.
$24 for lower level and $15 for upper level, Jacksonville
Veterans Memorial Arena.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
May 28-29, 8 p.m.
$96, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Travel Fair
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
NEX Food Court
Vendors and door prizes.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Korn Concert
March 21

Deep Sea Fishing
March 25

Catch the biggest fish and win a $10 gift certificate to
the Navy Exchange.
Comedy Zone Trip
March 28
Free admission and free appetizers.

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 Olub and 7:30 p.m. at The

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Pride and Prejudice (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Yours, Mine and Ours (PG)
,Saturday, 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, call 542-2936.

Mulligan's St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Tomorrow, 5 10 p.m.
Live band, complimentary food and drink specials.

For more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772.
Month of the Military Child Carnival
April 8, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006 19

How does your Navy

Exchange save you
By NEX Staff from apparel to electronics and hard-
ware to housewares. Top brands and

Low prices
Every four months, an inde-
pendent research company
surveys the prices in the marketplace
of 400 well-known branded items.
They compare Navy Exchange's
(NEX) prices with Wal-Mart, Target,
JCPenney, Sears, Best Buy, Circuit
City, and dozens of other stores in
eight market areas. The latest
results show that NEX shoppers save
an average of over 21.1 percent,
before sales tax. And, with an aver-
age of 6 1/2 percent sales tax, the
total savings is over 27 percent!
Great non-pay benefit
For the typical family of four who
spends $1,500 a year, this means the
NEX saves Sailors and their families
approximately $500 per year. The
NEX is one of the top non-pay bene-
fits enjoyed by the Navy family.
Save on top brands
If you like the quality and value of
name brands, the NEX is the place to
shop. Select from brands like Sony,
Chaps, Nikon, Tommy Hilfiger, Liz
Clairborne, Nike, Seiko, Polo, Calvin
Klein, Hoover, Coach and more. You
will find great savings on everything

low prices are everywhere at your
Save on store brands
The NEX offers store brands to pro-
vide even greater savings, but at a
fraction of the price of national
brands. NEX store brands are
designed to be equal to or better than
national brands. If you're looking
for savings and value in clothing,
shoes, and accessories, look for Basic
Concepts...the exclusive exchange
brand. Compared to similar national
brands, you'll save an average of up to
50 percent on basic essential items
like jeans, polo shirts, blouses, pants,
socks, shoes, handbags, belts and
accessories. Look for quality features
like extra stitching, taped seams, fin-
ishing on shirts, and quality of fab-
rics. Basic Concepts is value priced
clothing for the entire family.
If you are looking for more trendy,
stylish items but hate to pay high
prices, Modern Images, another exclu-
sive Exchange brand, is for you.
Modern Images features today's fash-
ions and styles at moderate prices.
Compare Modern Images to famous
national brands and you'll find the
style you want at a great price.
Wear Now Philosophy is a new line
of private label apparel for women.

i money?
Wear Now Philosophy was designed
for the customer who wants a tradi-
tional fit, but is priced far below the
competition. This new line is compa-
rable to private label programs fea-
tured in Chico's and May Company
department stores.
Exchange select
Save up to 48 percent on your
health and beauty and household
items with the exclusive Exchange
Select brand. You'll find what you
need with more than 600 items.
Check the ingredients, check the
quality, compare to national brands
and save big. Your satisfaction is
guaranteed... or your money back.
Supporting quality of life
Many don't know that all profits
from the exchange are returned back
to customers in the form of quality of
life benefits like Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) centers, theaters,
and fitness centers. Over the last 50
years, the NEX has contributed more
than $2.2 billion to MWR. Plus a por-
tion of the profits are used by the
NEX to build new exchanges and
improve existing ones.
When you shop at the NEX, you
benefit yourself and your shipmates
. not only do you save money but
you are also supporting quality of life
programs on you base.

Hospital Red Cross recruiting for

Junior Volunteer Summer Program

Smokers, feeling left

out of the mainstream?
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46 million Americans smoke but
250 million don't!
Join the "smoke-free" crowd today,
Contact the Wellness Center
at 542-5292 or stop by Building 867,
Enterprise Street, (!ext to the Fitness Center)
for auittino information.

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Tr he Red -Cross Junior Summer
.: IVolunteer Program at -Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is accepting
applications for the summer session.
If your teenager is dependable, willing to
accept responsibility and has a desire to
help within the community and meets the
requirements,n hen the Junior Volunteer
Summer Program is for them. Interested
high school students between the ages of
15 and 18 are encouraged to apply before
April 25.
Enrollment is limited, so the applicants

are encouraged to apply early. The Red
Cross Volunteer Chairman and Junior
Volunteer Chairman will interview all jun-
ior applicants for approval.
The Junior Volunteers will be assigned to
work in designated areas of the hospital
under supervision of the staff members.
The Junior Volunteer Program requires a
minimum of four hours per week.
Applications must be returned to the
Red Cross Office by April 25, with a copy of
the applicant's immunization record and
current PPD. Orientation is June 3-4.. Call
Christy Prall at 542-7525 for more infor-

NAS Jax tax center assists with taxes

By Navy Legal
Service Office
T'" he Jacksonville Tax
i Center provides free
.' T federal income tax
-preparation and free elec-
;:tronic tax filing services to
all active duty military per-
sonnel, retired military per-
sonnel and their families.
The tax center is located
in Building 583 on Keily
Street. It is open for busi-
-ness from 8:30 a.m. 4
Sp.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
All 2005 W-2s, Wage
and Earning Statements,
Social Security cards (social
security cards are mandato-
ry without a military ID,
dependent ID's do not
count) and dates of birth for
each family member.
1099-INT forms
(reflecting any interest
made from savings/check-
ing accounts)
1099-DIV forms
(reflecting dividends, capi-
tal gain distributions from
mutual funds, stocks, etc.)
Dependent Care
Statement from day care
providers, to include their
SSSN/EIN and address, doc-
umenting how much was
spent for qualified childcare
Power of attorney, if
married filing a joint return
and spouse will not be pres-
ent to sign tax return.
-Blank check, or bank rout-
-ing transit number and
account number, if you
choose to have your refund
directly deposited into your
Due to the type of train-
ing given to our VITA reps,
the following information is
provided on what type of
taxes they can and cannot
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& EIC; Form 1040 with
Schedule A, B, C-EZ; D,
EIC, R and SE; Form 1040-
V; Form 1040-ES, Form
2441(child and develop-
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8812 (additional child tax
credit) and Form 8863 (edu-
cation credits).
Will not prepare
Schedule C (profit loss

from business); complicated
and advanced schedule D
(capital gains and losses);
Schedule E (rents and roy-
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for social security number);
Form 2106 (employee busi-
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NavHosp Jax
From Page 1
I'm proud of this organiza-
tion. You should be too. I
know you all are," he con-
"In fact, statistically,
when it comes to malprac-
tice suits Navy medicine
and Naval Hospital
Jacksonville are better
than their hospitals in the
civilian sector."
He noted that in civilian
medicine the number of
suits filed over a multi-year
period has run about 2.4
per 100 physicians nation-
wide every year. In Navy
facilities it is about 1.2 to
1.4 per 100 physicians
yearly and at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville the
rate has been about 1.3.
Arthur also said that just
because a medical case
doesn't turn out right does-
n't mean it is malpractice.
"Sometimes things are just
so difficult they require


Photo by HM3 Dulce PerezRoman
Navy Surgeon General Vice Adm. Donald Arthur addresses hospital staff at an admiral's call
while visiting Jacksonville March 8-10.

judgment. Our judgment as
human beings is not infalli-
ble, we cannot know all and
see all and be perfect. We
try our best and as long as
we're trying our best I'll
have confidence in you,"

stressed Arthur.
Finally, Arthur again
reminded the staff of the
awesome responsibility
they shoulder .everyday.
"Our job is to make sure
that when the moms and

dads of America send their
sons and daughters to us, if
they're ever injured or if
they're ever ill, they'll get
the best care in the world.
And right now they do," he

FFSC offers educational and support programs

The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommodations
or handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC

upon registration.
The following workshops are available in March:
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 (retiring)
March 28 9 a.m. noon Anger Management Class
For further informatiqp or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

MELOTT: Exercises demonstrate

how civilian counterparts deal

with disaster preparedness ops

From Page 7
"It was great to see how our civilian counterparts con-
duct their daily operations. I was the first military
member to attend the course so I got to inform everyone
on how we handle our operations. I made some great
contacts and we will continue to work together and
learn from one another," said Melott. "I invited some
local agencies to witness our upcoming disaster drill
and we've been invited to attend the state hurricane
exercise coming up at Camp Blanding."
During the course, 35 participants spent 12-hour days
learning about the ICS and how the state handles their
operations. "We went through a lot of real-time exercises
- going through everything that would happen during a
real-life event. During our final exercise, all the agen-
cies came together. We were woken up early in the
morning and told there wasa gas leak that had explod-
ed and people were trapped. And, then a secondary
device was found, it might be terrorist related and it
was toxic so people had to be evacuated. It was a very
challenging course," stated Melott.
"The state did a gre4t job of making our exercises
realistic. The Tallahassee Police Department came in
and demonstrated what happens with a letter bomb -
what it does in a mailbox and what happens if someone
opens it. They also did a demonstration on the
Oklahoma City bombing, using fertilizer and diesel fuel.
We actually watched it blow up. It was pretty intense,
I've never seen anything like that up close," he contin-
Melott, who is responsible for planning and coordinat-
ing disaster drills here, updating disaster management
manuals and coordinating the emergency operations
center, is confident that by attending this course, he can
better serve the NAS Jax community. "This course really
broadened my education and knowledge in dealing with
disaster preparedness and will definitely help our
agency to better interact with the different civilian
agencies both locally and statewide. The information,
I've brought back will help us be better prepared to
serve the people who live and work at NAS Jax," said

A a-a-OE

SELEAP: Law enforcement alliance project begins

From Page 1

ly sensitive. Agencies also retain sole
ownership, exclusive control and sole
responsibility for the information it
contributes to LInX.
NCIS Director Thomas Betro thinks
SEJEAP represents a high tech solu-

tion to terrorism. "This is the type of
partnership we need to combat terror-
ism, Betro stated. "All of the
SELEAP agency members had to put
aside some of their own interests to
make this happen so that the citizens
of Northeast Florida aid Southeast
Georgia could be safer."

Ineffective information sharing
dmong government agencies was
cited by the 9/11 Commission as one
of the major failures leading up to the
terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001.
For more information on the LInX
system, visit www.ncis.navy.mil.

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PROMOTION: Previous board disbanded

From Page 14
space constraints that limits
the number of boards held
The original commanders'
board in February was dis-
banded after it was discov-
ered that written material
not specifically approved by
the Secretary of the Navy
for distribution to board
members was made avail-
able to selection board mem-

bers, both prior to and dur-
ing the selection board.
Once a selection board
convenes, all communication
with board members must
be in writing, approved by
the secretary and be made
part of the board's official
records with the exception
of routine administrative
An investigation into the
issue has begun. The officer

who sent the unapproved
material has been relieved,
pending the outcome of the
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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 per-
sonnel and Reservists. The games are
played at lunchtime. All interested personnel
should contact the athletic department to
get the required paperwork to join the
Sports officials
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed
for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-
Tennis tournament
is March 27
A Captain's Cup men and women's sin-
gles 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.

The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library,
22054 Plainfield Avenue in
Orange Park. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club

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.
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 provided 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:

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.pwpn-
florida.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 out-
ings. For information, contact
Angela Adams at 688-0077 or
visit momsclubopw@yahoo.
The Association of
Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third
Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For
more information, call AO1
Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or
Jim Bbhac at 542-2939. You
can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
The Westside Jack-

sonville Chapter 1984,
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees
extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regu-
lar 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 personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington
at 542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @sar.med.
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
The St. Augustine Spring
Art and Craft Festival will be
held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. at the Special Events/
Francis Field near the St.
Augustine Visitor's Center. More
than 150 exhibitors will be at
the event. For more information,
call (904) 824-0716.
The Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from

Volunteers needed for First Coast Writers' Festival

By Staff

he 20th annual First
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Volunteers are needed
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south.net. Volunteers are
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5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
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Triathlon Men 2H, 30M Women 3H
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toric riverfront gardens, view
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to sell. Call 955.0872 Su folk, Portsmouth. Va 3/2.5/2 1449sf $1150 pets welcome no close to elem & Mid 3/2/2 1400sf $975 upgrades galorel p c, ste, 2 c hdwd fir $80 wit
SB4eacdh, o4r N ewpor t FEDERATED MGMT GROUP plibulls), W/D schl. $1400mo. 220 0401 Large Fenced Yard! $1295mo. 904a236 89 fnd ydS 1900m 673D1650 t5 deposit, call
4/PVB FSO 2/2 golf News, VA? Call Gia Dyer Rea Estate (904) 7304A60 TROUP hkup alarm 0 FEDERA TED MGMT GROUP S 6737978 or
cul de sac. Many 757 le o -28 9042460970 PCS r J TB /95, 3/2.5, new (904) 730-8060 OAK LEAF PLANT 4/2, SAN MARCO 912-573.1248
2updaes. Lgepri2266v25fenyd fr et ARGYLE 8121 Boones- luxury, TH, 1687sf, mstr brm closet Emre oin3
PonteVedraBchHse.-Lake borough Trail 3/2in 2004 4 acARatn/ earJU, 3/2 45upgrades,cgar MIDDLEBURG-4/22 organizer refrPARK 3/2.5 19THSIDEf $1300mo. St Joh ns Cnty/Palena
1 car gar & no HOA fees TN$VIEWmLO34341T 94S364-8531 3bd/2ba 2 car grg
$229.500 154 Del Prado uren jtNC, out ofan Resr 9m / $975 d 1700sfcar (1gar,S2 s5crod patio, pool+ sto3/y, 2 Lean acres, $1250mo. BCall 811 9041 3d/2 ba 2 car grgn-
vi. Call 904 514-6673 www3100 acre lot n a radly 445Storage/Mini- car driveway, clubhouse access 100+f $1100 + $900mo. 877577-4556 2400f $00o Con-ME
864-909-1035 Furnished In ground pool, Ironwood, 1700sf, dep. All paved 291-6877 OChatham Woods on an ouci 3/15 DRFM tact n 904-642
PV OPEN HOUSE Sun 2-4 405Apartmensb ARGYLE Ino dep. + m$1575. Jamie Collins Rd New 3/3 TH, LR.Fncdbckyrd. H/A'
170 San Juan 450 partmen ental 87C le t close proNto 9A PCSngN IDDE a r, 1596 porch, ch, WD h p. No
4/2wpoolwater to golf PEREC HOME4559 new 17975f 2/2B+den
Loowxerol P Mt OAT 412 Retirement FEDERATED MGMT GROUP COLLINS/ARGYLE MANDARIN / Old St. Aug 904207br/3ba, A50sf, BA I la avalla m ac den ustemodc
oest $or ale on IN PALM 4oeCOAST (0)7080 co5rNdrt se41KERNAN/oIRVIN b /3 ne 1 9 01 81, +e1A
San Juan Dr. 2731520 One Mile from Communities (904) 738060 904234 3652 or Ashley Woods CW deep water access. OP/FEMING ISAND SOUTH OP/ear Run 3/2 $50 c 614-3690
S0 Matanzas Woods Golf 415 Houses Furnished AyNice3., nossralsuva@hotmalLcomW 2200s5/2, built 2004n 300ft from beach. PCS, Exec4br/2ba in Hamber- $995. 13885F., 2 Car Gar,
Course and 20 m 420 Houses Unfrnished sham Harbour. ESTSIDE-2/2,
S. baourse and 20 mn- ou Unfurnished onmney o Land Oakeaf 1097, 3/1.5, g Rd Ponte Vera 3/2 5 Ne
a outes from St. Augus- 42 aufred de~ Iak sprinkler system, t o lo 1 iyowner.com access. $1400m 514$1038 Kcan kit RE, S -
2/2 new 365. condo tine thfs very afford- Manufactured 5 rent/, reat nbrhood, fid ga $1395 /mo S850 dep. (PCS) OP- Pla d A. thb $0

0 ( 3 2(thebidea-l location for 4Z7 Mobile Home Lots 0 ets allowed, 4/3 i W2800sf$200 N eins t 3/ home, nopes, 3/2.5 Brand new TH 614, W 2TSID Ln on

Ba n locals priced out of 43 ORoommates ARGYLE- OAKLEAF9T. Shorter avaii O WA, S /useT" O 682sf Never lived In.N WEIDe
St. Johns County. 43S Rooms to Rent 3514 Saddle Court BaramSprlng Band New Built No CREDIT Req 904-866-1431 O $1250m+sec 6143690 s s
S. rnteeraBch Nee. Built In 2004, this 3br/2ba Springs Grano 3/1Aol Bonusd R B/FOum
Ponte Vedra Bch Hse Built in 20O4 th 440 Beach/Vacation/ 4/3/2 2387sf $1450 New 4/3, culdesac, 3car LOWDown/negotiable ORANGE PARK 3/2.S FencedYard, Qulet
By owner, pool, 3/2, home Is 1,623sf on FEDERATED MGMT GROUP St Marys/Kingsand GA NORTHSIDEn 1 SOUTHSIDE New 4/2.5, FdeB
view, $58K.904-824-3100 acrelotinarapidly 445 Storage/Mini- (( 904) 730- 89 8190 -6626 e 1(931)722- Greatf y ia ncomo. 877 $n194-a8n70 4 /n3g
SEASCAPE OCEAN FRONT grown subdivision. Lockers ARGYLE CHAFFEE RD/I-1B 3/2 IN MAND. 3/21200sf, gar, $750/mo (904) 819-6626 904-887-412o
NAu OapCEANp50 0FRNLTWoldorDsALHawki 4/2s $1350tmo-sc 3/2,
ECondo cA FbT Nutra colors 450 Management/Rental Park Place Sub t all ci. rsi Orange Park Beautiful. I 3
condo 2/2 kt/bth throughout makes It Services o 5 05 T reek Cs t n7 gf cste c wn 6 B randW T 4 L3 2 f
$E115 mthO R roomn cnrl GetS*.f15mpoeolake;yo Atlantic.l oCall 904- 591- 3282
remodlease/ opt to show nicerthan most 5 onlake $1175 3742 Jametow i 3/ new 4/3 2400sf n 3
purchase. 631-567 models. Seller is 455 Wanted to Rent With Stuy Call 904-561923 Ln.04-6353246/27-2141 family room central GeaSchs.$1450to
moes SellerisWith eu s c a 96a/c & carpet. $900m Must see! 888.o2122405 7 or,
extremely motivated FEDERATED MGMT GROUP COLLINS/ARGYLE MANDARIN / Old St. Aug 904.207-3284 r2 12., l H-o2. T WESTSIDE nice 3/2 with
an at 215000itPABLO BAY on lake available md March, den just remod, ch/a,
33 Middleburg bargain th at won't 7746RushmorC .. N d 4br/3baSfpls omm pool $1475/mo.4106476851, $995mo. Call 287-1756

aitAilLoorB 0 REX o A/2/2ar.fced, 1650sf, 2iccar Fr,1 scrn t "RE4NHM N SIDEC l 28I rRBL
last long. Take a look. A Apartments Plantation Village 8 29ar655-79n4 porch. 1150 c Townhouse 6 13841 Harbor Creek PI NO SMOKE,NO PETS
DW FORECLOS ES:34 or Furnished Plantation Village 66- -794 porch. $1150 384 l Close $1995mo 904-273-0125 WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
(356DwoRoSURESd 90)89442Sherwood OaksPR
*4br/2bat 02 155sf, 2 LAS 2O:fPA91G MANDARIN to all 3 bases, 2/2.5
S rICWNewer furn 3/2,w/ 5/ 95. Eagle Landing @ Oakleaf 10973 Pine Acres Rd + lo right at 9/295 Ponteedra3/25 2/1.5 New designer NO W HOOKUP, QUIET
ir2ba '04 1620sf, ac, heated p l n lake E ERAED Ra 90-838 732 $1 E950/mos 1 pet, tile, paint Lg
$88Kobo. 727-7344957 Manufactured c lose to ele & Mid (904)730-8060 4/31995952/237-6497 FEDERATED MMT GROUP garage,o50 904-int2WTI
r s 36042s close to le Mid (9)73 wwwJaxR ental.com ( 904) 730 8060q o N'sde 2/1 off Dunn Ave.-, no
B I Brand new 4/. Hmes schl. $1700mo. 2200401 AR NICE NEW PAINT e 1 e Timth Landing
1875sf, 2 story 2car 3/1.5 CH&A KIT PT, Fernandna Amelia I MANDARIN 2/2.5 TH 1367 10607 Ithaca, newly 913306-7155 ST. AUGUSTINE 7724Hichair Lan
ac7 sf 2str y, Zrea., 3/1.5 CH&side KIT side, yu Waterfrrnt rls0d 7. 3/2/ l on sf*$995
Xtra Irg crnr lot, $2e4K. 199614X70 3br/2ba 05 Apartments NEW CARPET, GARAGE Yulee Waterfront rental ft.updated, on pond remo great area $67 HERITAGE LANDING 3/2/1 f $995
904-673-1977/223-9780 Appliances & security 4 Unfurnished $800M. 904-724-0985.. SmallIo1 r 2BR onldeep 9t19 Genna Trace Trail $25applfee. 687-4962 PVB/Sawgrass3/2+Den New 4br,$2300sf. Club FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
Utrvycot $9/o283 culdesac, comm. pool. Hse $1400 916 478-3626 (904) 7308060
SNestled o dstemo Good2 water, privacy, close toe900/ mo. 20 N'SIDE 2 & 3 bdrm hms grt Schls, sm. pets k

s /well MUT septic2 BR BAIL SApN _r AM, st ove, frllig,

H b 2 / rJSo.lLO. L 7 ? 1 sf AlA. Great comme to
sleood nc das w 2 ARL BR, AC welcome no pitt 600 $ 700 mo. Avail- RAVINES pint/sortt
schools Ot neo. Call kit. eqpt, no pets, $ fenced, scD enclosure, able Now. 708006 long/shorte
for appst. 904 e 724- FORRENT- 1125mo. 813-8834 GOLF/COUNTRY CLUB $1275m. Call 287 -1576 PCS 904-6147073
rfor t. 724- $1050 904.465-0970 PCS r FOR RENT- 197050q, $l ?.125mo 813-8834 64
S P Call Rebecca @ 246-7684 AVONDALE/rTheAvenues AVONDALE2/1$7295ch&a nJplace,2cargaraoe, MANDARIN 3/2, WD NewlyeRemod3/1w/dhu 3/2/Irgegrtr ST.JOHNSCO-2/2.5 T
arkstflr 2/2 kit/LRDR W Frs, 1 CarGar, Prch laefront/back hkup, DW, fenin bkyd, ch/a, yd; 6590 Sunset .eat-inkit+ dnrm, 2car lyr old, gated comm, formal LR DR, family rm
904-291- 0575 Iv msg. VANSANDT RE 389-3540 S1200 +dep, 904-751.5011 GHS @904-529-8022 sec, $750m+$750dp. for $1295/mo. 904.210,6062 588-5891 ner lot $1950. 563-4748
FinancinegAvail, eachnhouse.390j B-42.50J",,

1440af, 2car garI F . RiversUde 2 I 8 r 5 -- reouced________D______B______________________
porch Lease tog, Now C D 3. 2s & 2 3/2 r 1n s c s r t $ 7 I I ,. -. I NSID N W

$a2rk. icale by s ide, 5 call 771905 rrom i. ;n 5 r. d 2 lu um
u$1 im. e 888-825-4736 brand new Low D/P f n t oers ,aDOWS '1 s.r. _I I
ww d w .restate soutlon et.c call 249-9546 91 53-3615 t s m i ;Ir
Beautiful 3yr old hm. 3/2 -CHECK OUTAI N'SIDE RTO 6 H0uC .
1875sf Fncd yrd vtd OU M-E ml Ia'c! l s a' TIRED OF WASTING MONEY ON RENT? '
cell, rngr SyS @ the beach! n c- 1O MO .,... e B Or.
$1945002914520 E-Z Qualifying SPECIALS A n e Family Community ,
Beautiful home In Flem- alRPa64 2 like new, 150868
Ig Island 4/3.5 3000sf 2005 FLEETWOOD SALE 1 M H lk 150 BAD DE
. 2car. Fncd bck 2X64 3/2 was $60,400.St.250mo. FR RNT

or, 0-a.d-- -. for horses d .Lc.m
49K96128860 now54,90. 14x70 O SELECT N TS m tloc ted on the W es de L ME HEP Yu BE l
E.H. TH, $239,900, $33,900. 1 1/1 was Re ti.,icn.s IP, Military discounts e FREE Washer & Dryer with new movewins o$ .P.3 nhPlalnfield Ave. OWNER WITH LITTLE OR
3/2.5/2, 1930sf, $26,900. now $23,900. C ALL 7J I 2 plus depos it, NO C G
0rsaeb wnercom Call 904258028 FR ETAIL E Z Financing on 212 & 312 Bedrooms .50lus

EAGLE HARBOR FSBO 3/2 SPEIAL church gro ps youth activii es sc
EAGLE HARBOR FSO 3/2 B N Swimmingpoo, playground, basketball cou OAKLEAF 4 2 800sqft,
cul de sac, sf 1800 [ NSIDEodland 2BR IA APT ic,. rn. lj-.r.
20x20scrn pr, fp, Just pay sales tax and SloEBR 1 or
$279,900. 904 724549 move-in E-Z Qualify- Worn a r.lh' ji n M '
Ing Call 695-22p5fs n r n (3) cIL.m u
FlemIngs N1-0OAKLE^F 4 2. 2000sf.
3/2 140SF great schis, 'iall e Give us a call at 904 7719055 rn, up I .t I 904-686-465 sk or Mar

quiet N'hhod Priced to *.l 100F c 1NOR ro SIDE L 89re7 ri5 pets .
sell. Call 891-3609 Beautiful Gated Westa l mr, r 6396
Fleming Isid Oak Creek 2ide c3rnmm r. 4 2& 3 BR's Availl
ML4/2 2170sf New roof Lrg nm. Fin .1 .B 2 ail
scnd rch. $2a g Call Bert Jrn 36 0 (904)75i-0240
904-2877951/505-8581 PARNTS

deck, porch, water, new
t Pt, SS apple, tile, C 31 ', P n d g e 3 2
$186,900. 386-649-6929 pr aprro ,er e 11 NORT. SIE
P 4/2. brick, new roof pn-.d e 5n0, 9 5s o Lb1.2. A3 BRnies
Grt room, w/fpl, FL rm, DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU HUD Vouchers
w/hot tub, 2 car gar, L4nd girr,. Ps: s cr garg cpled.dp !
F S B 0 $ 1 9 8 K 1960 D:,-',: 595 r._-i.ti n S 9DopitSp. ecall
904-910-5866 Call Mr. Lewis 783. 8385 No pp. Fee
all tile floors, $110000 24 YRSEXP.lDW NHOMES N'SIDE 2a r rLcne p[ a
282-7339 OF MERITR477-4225 OREMAIL u pl> of! M.n E 3rJo
Tanglewood 3/2; fence yd; ms. n-i : 6j023e
scrn patio; newroof; LAND HOME PACKAGE
newly remod. 2840 Der- 3 2 DOuoliC W,oe OP Ibr 'lba Condo 16300
ringer Ct. Darrell: 904. or. i 2t. Fcr. Part, Aeo ull, equtp.
859-2244, 352-473-9219 rMddileour e, .:,,n p i,: h 5unro
Marie: 904-923-0273, 39Wj o-,.-.n L-9 .. ,IJ" 2J62 28 0000 Imsg
ICW_.e TFo.:,u Y-c',J,! RIVERSIDE Lg 16R. CH-A
338 Baker oun CALL (904) 291-2735 h rd.'. ric,,r cln
MOVING! MUST SELLI oc ,, nn., nl_ r n,:,1 p
3,2. 1R,)DSF- S.er Ar. S5',dsp b, 6.5
acre lots, side by side, 16. 5 per in,_-,'-n[r- R.IRSI on .,
outside of McClenny, Call Mr. Bradley o-nn. n .d rirs or...
zoned 1 home per lot. 874,1862 or 291-3100 n,.- pets 595 .1' -T
perfect for an estate,
must sell at $94,900 per MUST SELL 3BR 2BA! SN &BR
lot. Call 904-859-3026 D,'W an Lana 0HcC- CSA LLN98-9492 Specail
Homebullt2023/22ac OGre raJti .ir..,ll.- Loc a
w/fish pond. Wrap arnd hon,. Le .r.. E SAN MARCO HISTORIC
front prch, tile/berber Finrng. aSArn t Las 0nu. tr MARCO -HISTORIC
$269,900 904-237-2336 CALL IOHN 291.0716 Closet L- irL e nO ujre
3 St. Johns Portside. Intracoastal .
~340 st ou16 80'2 3 2. c.:,rn,,r I.-,-,
County -: ,~r, r.-i.-r l .,1- ,r. WESTSIDE2BRDUPLEX
.:l.:-..'. .2., 0 -" J0-~ FENCED YD, NO WD HOOKUP.
5 acres in.St.Augustine Relocating I Must Sell QUIETI AVAILABLE 4 1 06
3br/2ba 1980sfhome 3 Re1-2--atirg corner l RQ E 7&
cardetachedgaragealil lOt. Trpi. ecks cn WESTSID Ne,.Ti, rn,-
the extras, ready for WETIF
your horses $369,000. more. 404 67J 1662 1. aIe l & 2 or a:ts.In
04-819-0097 SELLING YOUR MOBILE ,:~lfe reesel.i norhg
CR2103/2, 2cq, fncd yd, HOME? TOP C ASH" on Cpd 3r Creel, Callfor
gas fp, covpatio $269,900 L0 3 or Ne, osr Assume90443402
378 Stonehurst Pkwy L.on. Cj11 i30 08O6
904-287-4668 Ownr/Agnt SPRING 410 Condominiums
FSBO -golf view, 3/2/2. SPECIAL!!!
2100sf, all brk, scrn New, Used & Repos, Atlantic Beach 2. 2.5
rch I P ,No3CDD, 3 2s&2 2rs. ISsf2C3rg 2blC
9k.all64587 Give mea call 771-9055 rro,, oCC. n S,2 1Grr,
KENSINGTON U.S. 1 nr Ask for Emma. 9.2 -1352 or 65. i6333
Palencia. Brand new BAYMEADOWS Nev.
2700sf. LOADED!3/3 370 LoIs forSale 2 2 ong,:,. 1050mo.
w/ofc, DR. FR, bonus, Lg3a..7050
lot on pond. ALL closing 58.6992 059901
cost paid! $459,900.
904-940-9253 Own/RE Agt CR218, LAKE ASBURY. FL DOCK YOUR BOAT
1 Acre Eiais. I-,IL -GREEN COVE R,.er
MURABELLA -WGV Build your dream home" condo. ,', ooc.2 2.5
-FSBO *,new 4/3/3, on 90 4230-S60.'c.'SS6c,126 po 0'.all ameii .
culdesac,.65 ac, many 9l- Orr.n 501 25-18
Sat 3/18 1-4. 948 E. .69o1 a blk ,:,,'ed ,:-,n-,,r FLEM ISL PL 3 2.5TH B besides protecting our country, m military
Terranova Way $389;900 multIam-Re-:s1. Arr I1-13 ',. garage. W&D. 1ai
must see 561-723-0113 13922'6 904-631-9258 ment.e. Tr.p 1Chl.-I
South Hampton Nature OPCC 3 4 ACRE
preserve, cul-de-sac Be3u[iful er i 1e 1odd II Villagmo 2br 2.Sba Two
$329,900. 687-9847 $22-1l 604 .2-2 .0557 i'i C,5Tse :, 50nop-
CPUTNUM CO. AIR PARK SI11irjim.:7 rI.. 0'
3q5ntNC2 n c AR S 1% ,er. donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
ouny ~ C 5rs. ,,3Je ro. Ilke Call Rigo a13'299"3Sir
5.12 .;5 Ilg.:.r 231 055o JAX BEACH 3,2 Condo
Brick5/3 Callahan Spring _O_-l,:.. %Jr D. rpc. ar
Lake Estates 3400sf Lrg I ,eCar 1 1 .: ., II S0-o
kit, pool, lac+ FSBO 7 Farms,' 7 OJ',4' tsc
$349K 904.219-4240 7 Acreage MLIAND. 2 2, Isl fir, Ireshly service in N northeast Florida and
COUNTRY HOME 3/2 on nto. rI.nc' 3 %. ,. d hPr,.
2.78 fenced acres. GA" 1316a:. ImtrEr. ma, 0p. 'r pCih. pc,:,- t900,m
Ready for horses. d;vIde. $2.195 c Sac'.s G6 -sy234 6i me
Callahan $179,900 352.572 '083 Mandarin 3or'2ha Icar
emin0RealtySam-MSoutheast Georgia last year. Their time
vicesLL 904-757-2950 _ir__ __1 l,. .1-255 mo r.
Lofton Creek Waterfront 380 Ineslmenl m,. 904 .1,-' 6335
Nice Lot, house & 2car Properties OP Flem. IsI Lake Ridge
0 Zoned/CN2ac+ Villa N., Brano nea
Prices call 954-668-534 was given to community organizations,
350 Waterfront OP®ENCY 3 2 S12030
BROWARD RIVER tidal pd-,merL t 40I-1-72 52-3
2aper remor $3/3 5 p3-0,sineItin'i-472 '2.3church groups, youth activities, scouting
2200sf appr.340K sell OP Brand New 3 2, club.
$300K. Call 866-8521 p.,., o t r. r r. 00
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DEEP WATER12O'fixer -- --:,-----,--,---- $9-.m- -, ,505.-l -'
upper hse, Imi to 1.295 &
only $155K. 82&284-4437 1 cr oaaral. .rc~i.cn.-
D Refnla Dr.,. Uo Fr-:,[ .11 .oo'. ,Iu lamen
DOCTORS LAKE ro Pre P., F'eni.1- $1300 0-Jr F.80 22 52012
2133 Blue Heron Cove Dr. ou sICW -Avanl() AVAIL
Fleming IslandFL. FL 6 Hour Closings
Stunning new ('03) Highest % LTV 2/2 w/solarlum $1050,
custom executive all No Money Down $800sec. March Free
brick waterfront model. 100% Financing Jennifer broker 917 859 7859
dock with boathouse 'one a w/aci new
& 2 additional slips. New appl- w/d Incl new
Massive kitchen loaded tile, carpet. Pets ok.
withupgrades ~ Beach/handicap access
12' ceilings. 219-9674 $lSO0m 813 0304 -
MSL#279200 $799,000. www.acafla.com PVB/Belleza 2 avail 2/2
Trout Rvr Landing $135K. Licensed Mortgage
70x130. Robin @ Lender # LI00000547767 $1275 904 502 6160
904-924-0033/759-4180 1 PVB/FOUNTAINS TH
PARCEL -approx 3.5 ac. Let me make your job beautiful completely
300x538ft, located in easier. Call me toeay remod. new kit.,glassed
Bostwick FL$975k, forthe bestinvestment porch. CTyard. view, JACKlo]NVILLE. FLORIDA
Brokers, 864-461-3374 to double your inven- inCl water Cal( 273-5732
tory -Financing avail. PVB/SUMMERHOUSE 2/2
Waterfront Lot 1.3acer CalI 904-208-8930. fp, 1st fir on golf crse.
96x460 off Ft. Caroline, lm.to bch, 5* Amenities
ready to build, no flood INVESTORS $1000m. 239.2184205
Court House. 1600SF spacious, great view, r r o
35 PKR.LLC@cfaith.com $1100/month. 396- 0009
3/2.5. $204,900. 2/2 Learn Real Est. Investing Blvd. 2/2.5, 2 story,
$172 900 Centry 21 WWW.LMrealestate.com $950mo, river view,
Capital R ty 2000 210-2466 IT'S FREEI 904-399'0463 water access cable
BUY OWNER SE R Miscellaneous 904"54'0990

IL Vilagio brand new 3/2 __ S'SIDE, NEW, MAR. FREE
(2) avail. @( $230K ea. 2/2, graQite. tile, w/d,
Call Eddie 605 2947 N'SIDE FORECLOSURE pol fites d, 1300sf,
RIVERFROT CO3b ed $5,000! 234 0624. $10lOm incl wtr THE
RIVERFRONT CONDO As is. For Listings
Granite -kit -baths, 2/2. 800-749-8124 x1002 S'SIDE/IL VILLAGIO Brand
moveincond,$432K new 3/2, gran. cntr
Brk-Ownr 287-8902 tops, SS apple, w/d
S'SIDE-OPEN HOUSE 390 Real Estate 7000sf club hs w/gtd
S'SIDE -OPEN HOUSE 390 anted entry, $1295m. 525-708
Saturday 3/25th; 2/2,Pe i cp
1100sf, Great View, S'SIDE/ILVILLAGIO, New K IN G BAY 6 E R 6I A
upgrades galore, Close ANGELO BUYS gated comm, 2/2.5
to Tinseltown/ UNF. HOU S C w/loft & den, lake view.
$159,900 904-710-7000 An USE CASH n No pets, 904 646 9900.
~~___________ ~Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged, S'SIDE Brand new 3/2, all
360 utof Area/ distressed vacant or applis, WD, cony loc,
Town/State occupied, ANYWHERE, $900mo. 904 509- 6247 or
ae ANY CONDITION... 954-336-2430
Home for sale in NO DEAL TOO BIG or St. Johns 210 & 95 New 2
Chesapeake, VA. 4Br TOO SMALL III bd 2 1/2 ba townhouse
2.5ba Huge yrd, eat-in- Quick closings or w garage, WD, MW, Rf,
kit, Irg mstr ste. Avail. 904- 626- 1636 Stove. $975 669-4863,
now Call Gia Dyer at 9-6 __6Sv 97 6A____V
757-289-1952 904- 813- 5253 Houses
415 Furnished
Ro Andrade Ortega 1/1 Cottage
Military Relocation Specialist Completely furnished,
just bring your clothes.
CDR NC USN(ret) N/S $1150m 759-4850
Direct Line (904) 278-4176 CLUB 128 Bermuda Ct.
Direct Line ( 2741 3br/2ba, jac. on lake,
randrade@watsonrealtycorp.com fpi, $1600mo. 699.3996
If you're buying, 4 0 Houses
selling, or relocating, Unfurnished
give me a call! Amelia Island TH $1300.
2/2.5 w/loft, Water ft,
Watson Realty Corp P 1 -4 4 FP, 2C gar, W/D hkup,
4729 US Hy 17S 36-7916
Orange Park, FL 32003 ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
aOrange Park, FL 32003 o.i r.:, FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897

26 lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 16, 2006
420 oses 435 Rooms 550 pBusiness 707 Driver 710 Industrial 712 Mechanic 720 Medical 725 Offie/ 753 Security 902 Appliances
S Unfurnished to Rent Opportunities1 Trades Clerical "
'LJOBSS gCNeeded for outpatient ii, U Full time. Start now and stove good
S w/Microwave & Refrig! $9500. Call 699-6780 DRIVERS C TE MARCH MOTORS ais unit Fur day Detail crieantedrdg test both r a300
It 6w io v EALrig! MARCH MOT O 32207 C r e nfs g li el rET /ET alL o FLE IneR condition
LowAaNSymRa ates NEE E wo week available. struction Industry Guard card &DrugOtest bothfor$300,
Low Daily/Wkl Rates! 4 $500-$900/perwk, NEEDS SERVICE with every Sunday off. Preferred. required. Start $8.00/hr call 90427&9835
SLIQUOR LICENSE Cla 4 exc benefits, retire- TECHNICIANS n theob training is Excellent Benefits. & $200 Sign Up Bonus.
KINGS INN (904) 725 3343 COP. Best price an, meant plan. Promotions o offered for qual field Please fax to Call 8$00-5832 on Stainless Steel
terms. 386-6877-3785 from within. Largest UP perhoureferfor ed N esetiCl8 3082kitchen-aid aquae
vending company in TO $30 perhour candidates. Contact 904-482-0725 or email sense water fl-
t A EAFOOD REST. 4 SALE e an Bonnie Powell 355 602, to ktayor@trinityma SECURITY OFFICERS ion
SFOOD REST. ALE Southeast. F traction systeamm3pm
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Automotive Service 904 33984379 outer lityl42773432

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Townhomes, and Industrial for Sale Race Track Rd. in r"be oes To work in emergency $22s 292.14
om s commercial/ Julington Creek area of Jacksole CRNE OPERATOR 714 Insurance *.itl[. w, a pa B e xe services area at s225 obo
23.4e s I4ndtrial forRent F moe info. ELik Belt, Front/ack office. COOKS & SERVERS mental healthinpa- 90- Articles
1, 2,EI3, & 4SABedrooms it us on-ine ar Jacksonille's ele nS re Phlebotomyreq'd. FT. Now hiring enthusiastic, tient setting. FTw/ 90
4BANucusinessesforSale 1 PeorTru&eINSURANCEn Exc benefits. Fax outgoing, fun, profes- benefits.Sp.5a, days
ntffiom Pm i t dal .Fll 440 OR 220 LIC'D AGENT resume to 398816 sion Cooks & S ers. d
n the Retail/Office Space M. cash req:isCrel P N SOn Dat Expe-nt
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Northside 515 Retail/Office Space Rehab and W'side area. 771-9777 MED TECHNOLOGIST Longhorn Steak e ental eron all original
FRAZERTRAC604 eEAe/TECHNICIAN- needed. at Roosevelt Square & and/or Mental Heft $02 1inal
Oceanview forRent 555Distributorships 0 fJa iPRNcvariable hrs nigr.tMFI u e ergncy. y books d O,-
in Malpo iF-ra n63chices Skilled DOZER, KED 2p pl y, mn person
SaranoinfcaSGRADER, PIPELAYER, 7g P SRN v arbe h AtR.Mn. Ap ing pmeron FexcelIent condition.
Sn Mayrto Commercial/ Nursing ROLLER OPERATORtS & 715Management/ FL licensed for busy ormalresumeto g er Eein
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00-$500 505vIndustrial P icMment y aor E-mail to trave/between DANCERS stands, lightwood
$CAL 757-36$ 5050 For Rent r N an professional Electricians & Foremen, rsinc83l@bellsouth.net offices. Computer exp a AQUATIC and swivel rcker
AL 53 Fore Education and driver with expe- minimum 1 year MUST. & 1 yr exp reqd. NEW HIRING BONUS Auplsteredchair
FO OUR commercial experience Fax reaxume t. o 2 nC' Cooks, Waitstaff TE fNIcIAn Linda 783.0197
RENTAL SPECIALS MODULAR OFFICE BLDG. Training rience transport-A 7. 3 ReHScuHRCand ttrr, L yn..,,d and Secuxrityar TEnHNICIANe
A200 12x60 DCA Cert, 3 ing those needing hCr naved the aiggt shIbs n ,axl outsid/sale okt l Sewar oart es
wwwiERANONEO offc & rece ie oPrivatetuction assistance. nTCDLnd eDFWP Goodhsailary"r/ excellent condi-tn 2S
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WESTSIDE 610 Specialty Training/ with passenger .-..: .. i :.Bi Emergency Services BeaMuicr: .lar.tr i- CROSSROADS SHOWBAR Doctors 904.262.5500 or Cooc9 with
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acuzzi tub, priv. lot Co. 356-2228 Realtor 4 inseiuc on k nar, agnm.nl duo.-. No M mandatory Tip Outs legal process. FA/ flex "x4 e.213 after
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Atlantic04ach8/79650MVBusines Specializing in: w W a DEq On or mail Desume to Ene B i FRONT DESK & HOUSE- DispatcherE et

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hardwoodfloors, FOR SALE Attentiontoetail/Drills facility GRANITE Jacksonville, 322. RANITE DFWP FL32221 25cwpm, High School 6 ELKAY0LUSTERTONE
capetedbedrooms, 904.993. 6880 or273- 5639 call (904)251.4830forinfo FABRICATOR Fax resume to 493 5910. Diploma or GED, US i double bowl kitchen
226gMyaportRd. #132 caH Life Care Center of riBdea-,R us' r, Ae.p Ec.E L-.RL. F4, CONCIERGE citizen and of good sink, 18gauge, stain-
5 FORSAEPCen, 15 Ofic Sac Jacksonville, tc .-- a .. RN/LPN Premier account. Prime m09 Sa b a vr
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FOR SALE, PCSIng, For Rent 605 cols 4813 Lenoir Ave. Cardiology research exp health insurance. Fax immediately. Benefits $100,269.1478
28x56 -wide Jacksonville, FL HEAVY EQUIPMENT referred Excbenefits resume to 904 731 1799 include but are not
limited to State Retire- FENCE -Ig wood picket
m. ome, 4/2, rintonExressway EBAY SCHOOL 316 OPERATOR NEEDED- for New Oaklaf axresume to:308.2175 ment, Uniforms, Sick & fence. 32 wood posts,
es Nice Aordabe Indiv. 904-398-5001 FAX (904) 332.4548. tractr. ENCE Plantation OfficedIE Annual Leave and 12 298x4wood sections
0Inish, pant, Offc's & Small Building Paid HolidaysoerE aDA Tuition gates with latches, $300
insde0Cseotinet l 725-0556/591-3027 Medical Career EOE ONLY NEED APPLY. Under Construction RBHS. MIHRC anad Reimbursement. The obo. 904-449-4230
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LE. E3/L720-2097 ore r No Grt Bfts. Drug Free EO bonus +BLDG.c Tenihosbelnefiths.F Windy Harbor Golf Club 7 C904x 691919
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people. Marcia 3983839 Florida Real Estate i institute odrug testing. Apply: e.:.r, Ir, So l. Fmil .Eiliabe P T i E tr rnoed t .la ryu. -,e cali needs some
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Female wanted to share 560 Fnania Serc exp.) plus bens. Apply: 778-3720 Security Guard Mature pany. Experienced Only. 21K work place.
Smy home in Southside. 565 Money to Lend Signature Flight Support prospects encouraged. Base Salary + Bonus .- 50,269. H 478
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& Para-Transit major auto dealerships and water installation Beaucler benefits. Fax resume ierRVeaers has e si
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non-soer DRY CLEAN DROP STORE 493n5222forinterview caiDaeidl 5 04 2730061 eava own truck & tools.
roommates to shar -all opts r leady to be a Call Clint for more practice. Must have 7415100or Care, infant to Sofa, loveseat set,
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capacity, excel condo. in(28"x13.5"Wbox,
s$200,904 -399-8848 new $750, now $400
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Sver range mcro, ",'' pioneer TS 1011
Dishwasher, $80, 2x4" coaxial two- way.
THE FLEET exc cond, call 771 5208 All $150, 685-2525
G.E. 5 cycle dryer, Sony 36" television
8 years old $125, I FD Trinitron Wega
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Name (please print): Signature: Kenmore Gas Dryer tionn ,$40ike wobon880d7008
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$100 call 807 6587 Thunder 5500
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94 Garage 955 Household 1010 Pets & 1300 Motorcycles 2 Automotie 1325 Autmotiv 1325Automotive rs/ Trucks / Trus
Sales Furniture Supplies I11340 Trailers 1340 Trailers 1340 Trailers
ATV's '05 Honda 350 CADILLAC SEVILLE '93 OLDS SILHOUETTE '01 ~i VOLVO S60 '02 "{
Argyl8110Coatbrldge FURNITURE SET MINIDACHSHUNDS 8wks, Rancher, $3900 obo. Excellent shape, loaded, StG04 $10,988 Leather, CD CHEVY BLAZER 00. 4dr Ford Explorer Sport TOYOTA 4 RUNNER
Ln. N. Sat. 83 only. 1 complete, brand HC. CKC, blk/tan,$375. '04Honda 250 Recon, must sell fast, need cash TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Sunroof. $14,990 must sell fast $5995. Track 6 cyl, full St976A $16288
Furn. hsehold items, new bedroom 904-955 5920/9662318 $3200 obo. 9044491522 $1975. Call 3897700 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Call now 771 9100 power, moon roof, TOMBUSH PLEX371-48
tools, camping gear, Ing room, enter C. PONTIAC GRAND AM '02100power, moonroo, TOM BUSH ATOPLEX 371487
jewelry & much much talnment, kitchen. PAPILLONS AKC, HARLEY DAVIDSON .1 Camaro SS 2000, St#F983 $9988 998-0012 very sharply
more. Look for signsll computer hutch great adorab e, .M. iF,.bon 2001, ultra classic black, t. top, loaded CHEVY EQUINOX LT' 0S Leather, 6 _d, 881 roof TOYOTA RA 4'01
indel, goodre /12. 00. 904-7428007 im cable con- I automatic leather,TOM AUTOPLEX 371-4877 VW BEETLE TDI '02 St#1614A $19,988 rack, Tonneav cover, t#G72 $16,588
Arl/Clifon Moving Sale 90803 POMERANIAN PUPS edition, 30Kmi, interior, excellent SATURN L200 '01 #6979F $12,488 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 $11 0 TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-487
S patio furn, gas BRIN YOUR TRUCK 2M/1F, 8wks. shots.,HC, always garaged. ser- condition, e-mail c- St#Bu TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 9940-5230
clock tools, wood FURNISH YOUR HOME 40.9047944880 viced faithfully, pwr tures available.$7488 Chevy Fully loaded
rill ools, ood H YUR HOME $ EA.9,tag 1 exhaust, abo, 912-72403 TOM BUSH AUTOPLE 371-4877 A 23 ', many extras Ford Explorer XLS TOYOTA UO
veneer, 223 Noble Cir.W Oak DR table, 6 uphol POMS AKC Chamnpion 500o, 4 door sedan I options new, 04', excellent con- '04.EIn pristlne cond,'
echrsir hutch w/chna. bloodline, avail /17 912322-6949 CHEVROLET MALIBU LS '02 SATURN SW2 '95 wolfsburgspd, $33,000 mustsell i on, o22,00 mes EntertainmentSys.
Art. In University Park $1100. LZ Bo blue /.5022 90DAVIDSON St#G013 $11,488 St#BUCG042A $5988 turbo,25,240m.les. moving,$15,900, $15,750,mllitary
5511 Bradshaw StL. off couch lovesea& otto 2 389 HARLEY DAVIDSON TOM BUSHUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 black excellent 26mv ,1%900,
University Sat&Sun 8-3. $700. Glass top table POODLES Toys. AKC 1 M. Black(883) Sportster condition, must see.yedTOYOTASEUOIA
Too many itemsto list! $50. Recliner $10. Talk 2 F, black, red, apr., HC, Hugger '97. 1100 miles CHEVROLET SIL- SATURN VUE 02 Call 345000 Chevy Fully loaded 5364or 1613 2003, V8, R
it all for $1700. 779-4646 CASH ONLY 619.3945 gar kept. Lot's o / VERADO,Z71, St#F681 $9988 D' 03, many extras, FORlDaSPOSA'4t/rtoing
Arl Huge Yard Sale Sat. 8I i i AS NLY 3 chrome. $5100. Call I extended cab 4x4, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 VW JETTA GLS '01 03 opt onnew, FORD ORT 50' t r, dvd/owin
only everything from "Mac"ier ROTrWEILER AKC PUPS 335-0582 pis Ive msg. t pd, pw, excellent silver& black,AT, $33,000 must sell 4x4,oaded6714 package 3rd row seit-
A-Z.3222 utwood Ln ach 4 Females/ 2Males $500 condition, $11,500, SCION XB '04 surf, cold air, moving, $15,900, n lua rack, 92
l lthi fm l & Tools 912.729 6887 M Harle Davidson 838-5572 St#1929A $12,9988 asking $ 26927 HONDA CRVSE m$19,00,04.225.192
AbRnL Mult i -Family /____ _-asif1980, FLH runs and OSkmi,N904-710-1254DA CRY $E'05 1225-1923
benefit NTAF South- Rottweiler -Mastiff Iooksgreat, garage CHEVY CAVALIER LS05 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 kmCHEVY10 XCAB00 Leahter, CD, sun- TOYOTA Tacoma '2,dbl
east Heart Transplant CRAFTSMAN TOOLS Pups Bwks CKC. HC, kept, $8500, 4d $99 onthWAC CHEVY SIO XCABS00 (s TOYOTA Tacoma '02, dbl
east Heart Transplant C TM TOOS ups 8ksCKCHC, 9 k $ 0, 4dr. $99 a month WAC. SCION XB 2006, XB, TrucksVans,Vs 00-05 Very clean. $6995 roof! $21,890 cab wtoper4cyl tow
Fund Kerry Kunz Sat table saw lolntr $350.9045635655 904264210, after Call today 771-9100 am/fm/cd auto, sas 00-05 all today7719100 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE Ingkg,57K $14900.
reaction Catholic Church maker like new, SHIH-TZU CKC PUPPY CHEVY CORVETTE '98, opwec eALL CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 998-0012 Ca91-522
University Blvd. N. at call 904-777-4981 males/females. S/W. HARLEY. DAVIDSON Conv. 63K,great condo. lent ondItion,
tna Rd. 406-0144 891miblack with 379-2585 anytime an excellent condition LEATHER LOADED, MNRFR1 l.auto
Old Records M c ombo pck, cM r- WEIMARANERilSmo/M, reD stripes. Chevy Corvette an "99. T- ON RD 875. Call 389 o 7o 37900
o d s w e id NLoves k d LEXUSk d..S. Chris662ar0726 r L SGORDONCHEVROLET miles, non.smoker,
Secular saw. r a, Loves kids. 50u0 Looksa adn runs like fast back both tops, amr Civilian ChevySlverado Durmax

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Sm in4seneclite, w/papers9 04-845454 new.Windshield H D excel cond. 35K mi, 1997AWD, 4cylo 03 E2 200

ue de and me 970 Me ase / Transportation s ,z TOM DS P l Call now8 r 10 7 0mu I0^0 ns ask d N ,
Osprey Bluff Blvd. 1/2rlloseneck WEIMARAHER PUPS AKC Dynaseatw/backrest, serious inquires only no stero, a/c, runs oDO 6600 2005 4x4, V8. al li- 9 2 $ 9 72

COme nufty l. / ervche oesares kOWNI s ato trans. crew HUMMER H2 '03, 40K TOYOTATUNDRA'00.AAN Ps bFORDCrownVi LX 96, yats A m5 FORDTHUNDERBIRD 95 m s se568 2 r
C ommunCy ar ae 0. irare blue color, $400. rear pegsengine joy riders or tire kick- o great, cash/check sca o toknsc3Ke miles xc cond,

Sale, offCA22 Sar.$600rvalue .a$s3 rrddr Oto urewalortod0yR71100 d D. 5R0 25Mn ER H20, I0k 1350TATUDRA o
rackS.er9s $27,500 904- 37 l Call 904 625- n7396. cb t
any Homes, many 247-9532 Call 386-963- 4932 guards,$&luggage rack, ers $27,500904-737- 3797 $30009obo EVERYBODY $33,50094-84526M2 4I I e call 2422534c c o n d B, St#9983 7 $10,988
March 4th. 8-2pm e- AKC, Champ bldlnPOP, HD SPORTSTER XLH883 Very clean, 20" wheels. i 'i TOYOTA AVALON RID o er 5pm ', INFINITI QXF56 _05

02, Saturday aE n N DER03 15 At'ST s
4th 8am until 2pm, duty motor extension WEST HIGHLAND TERRs 4 HOnDA 979, gold '06.-DGnLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Chris 662-0726 all2,pwlahro ade, EUOV L
6749 Lenox Ave. for large sheets od 8wks, AKC, M/F POPnon re SunrooCD 998-0012CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '01 1

Fri-Sa t m u-p, 244 b 2 fem $950, 1 M $850, 912-673-1897/after5 998-0012 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 must sell fast $10,988

9 70S rAfnc. c k mabK LEXUS O NVILLE 9 wchb 9 & 3Prr, 2
Sondra Tr. art, baby SheetmetEll Euipment beautiful & playful. 912-72. 8904JI1M 10TnDOWN ODGE0 QUAD Call 4 A, today 77- 9100
items, ts clean air for sale: ft 12 gaug e 904-225-2380 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER TOYOTA CAMRY '00. ery $ cR 2 001 CB V1, T2001A'02 Fully equipped
unit, roAb top desk, power shear w/metal T eo. rpor ArGL00 '05. Excellent condition, clean, must sell fast nGETS YOU A CAR! auto,92005 0 ER$13,995
cloth and more rack ft/16 gauge YORKIESAKC MINI POP, withidecar, must mustsellvery fast $8995. Call now771-9100 Call Dale 904-860-0533 sporta/cpwpd, LIMITED'04.ny LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE
hand brake 22 gauge HC, 4 fem $1000- 1200. 1 se wing t $12,975. Call 39-7700 BUH A PLEX 370 4000 mlies. $20,890 9900

JCP SUMMER CHASE Pittsburg machine and 904-563-2639, 880-4603 e.mai lture, call Toota Camry Chev Monte Carlo 04 o 4274673L0
ter een a muh more. Call Frank m9127298904/ CHRYSLER SEBRING LX hris. Pon tac Bonneville '02 L EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SUBJA
Multi fars furn W mhseho uh 904-614-1118 IV. msg 912.673-1897 w/ '04.4dr, very low miles, Ex,:lil-. c.r, d~t,or. Chevy5lverado"02 Dodge Dakota 2006 998-0012 TOYOTA SIENNA
$5,t F278 6. CATERING EQUIP- t askng T$6 o loomustsellfast.a P$210m. O-r O.e 1 4_ m do ST club cab, white XLE '4. Onl
lths misc. Fr & St 8 TABLE SAW 10"ki 00 Call 771-9100,$1mo. $0 down WAC V6, sp, all power. KIA SEDONA EX'4
Mand. SatS3/18.81. 4914 WO14"BAND W W & ToYOrA CAMY 9 E-1 & Up Approved PCS, 904 703 3327, fully loaded immaculate 12,000 mi. $24,890

Pre t I t^h d~itea o 22' PONTOON .9bo cone, cll9-64 or LEXUS O CTONviLLE KEY AUDI 9E Ps 904 KEN CHANCEY SZIiKI mu
Mreenland S at31.- .4 914 14 BND SAW/ K /intruder, excellent CROWN VICTORY '89 ,- r ... m,, as 5 t.-"Call 645-5100 warranty, alarm, hitch fond,priced to sell now LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Aquarium,kidstuffetc.L condition. Come y d car, maroon, valour11,.Call 389-7700 998-0012
9042871905vers anytime 2268 int., $1800. 904764-2125 Dod e Durango 03'-
MAND -4985 Tan St. Sat Mayport Rd. #132 or TOYOTACAMRY'94 ,

8-12. clothescom-Msical call 910-7652 DODGE NEON SXT'03 V ry T AclaMRY$5ESHADOW92CdisnLnyIncludes tvVn lds mbi
Mui. co Sal2500 1 0 coCrlassics Hn di97, 53 988. Very clean. $511 F,988 Dmust sell, $500 or best s t, ln cable, dvd, :and /(,Silhouette20010.

2 p lu o ful O cd. to.e H YUNDAl ELANdPe kLS 0a more AT.R CY Bble, an
*Tputer desk, and more. d rasportation./ Suzuki VL 1500c TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4817 C o ll, l ll 6Iod TOM BUSH MAZDA ARLINGTON TOYOTAslver 62kmL
AN -mnown77sale 970-Merchandise/-9Eoffer,1call699-2693 great, 33kmiles, other features, New tires. leather,
MAND -movingsale970s /m0 ug y, laeca2001,n9,8 TOYOTA MATRIX XR'$24,870, take overtasking $20,000. N
-some furn misc.rr An imalces Aviati on 4 urgun y, FORD Crown Vic LXT'96 OMBUSHMW MIKESHADFORD oS 216 nxc cond.Blod aded,""
Christmas, ever. 1- Boats Gol. long shot, loaded, clean 118K mi, Very clean low mile outstanding 1 OF ORANGE PARK MAZments 912A CITY COGGIN TOYOTAAVENUE $8995, 904227886
msgo122Mys BEt $us.6 1210 Sailboats piPppes. saddle bags w/ $4200 OBO. 707-5116 wac.Call today 771-9100 prdor immea te I DODGE RAM'05, 1/2 ton 804 l tU-242- 7 8000. and ask,

ws ara.tyn 22 0 1010 Pe andSupplies 904291.0847 inclDus p artsi, 998-0012 a ?UBlinini(iim tsi 7771H,1j It, ] Drums, 1) ll5.frrlll caHlil :bJ-:Uli
Dr. off Orane Pickers. complete set,$450 Boat Dockage& extra $6500, call A KEITH PIERSO TOYTA
Saturday only 8-1 call 912.729-1585 Rentals 912-266-2690 Ford Escort 2000 Sporty O sale$1995.Call389.7700 pb, ac, ps, at, 9K miles, for Ryan, or T cell, 135 rMisllaneo0U
2dr coupe manual TOYOTASLARPONTIAC FIREBIRD 88 $14,500. 904-823-3430 203.-579.2196
N'SIDE Multi. Family 221010 MarineEquipmentVULCAN 2000, trans, good gas milage ery cleanmustsell ru INICHT PONTIAC C LINCOLN NAV ,to
Furn temsnd&small. Sporting and Suplies ak2 beetle runs great. $350012 fast$2 wac. obo. 904-881396 standard BRMOS MO ATOR 03CARS Na-
must go! Sat 7amCAN BLLGood 120 V's andupplies ue39L 31n. ft33 CO nation, DVD,fulyTRUCK LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA 04
4pmo; 11585 Deep Spring s bike,35uara n-RV Rentals m iste 18iles, grFord Explorer 97' -fl TOYOTA TERCEL 90' Pontic Grand Prix "94. AT versized tires, great eo
an deliver.ctions 398-5200 Pps, 2F1MMotorcycles/Mini teedtoturn heads,NEdde Bauer Edition runsat/accold 2dr NEW tires, Alpine ooks000 obo,935839 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $ 276- 7042
sos. Bicycle, R com-r Gr y Leather, new4-air conditioning, CD, AC. $1400. 724 TOM BUSH MINI 0550
m ibantesRiO-aR B e SONVILLE 998-0012 F LEXUy ls i 9 -0 A 7nw11
SAT. CMa 1h 38-520 Incld h, 1 Aut Pa ransmissionsiirs $600/negotiabl e, TOYOTA TERCEL 90'+ ci sl t
P'OGIANT CHURCH SALE kilgreat condition, 1305 Auto Brokers YAMAHA T1R- 90, satellite included. 171K Rick 772 9422 I runs. at/ac cold cruis et newtNISSANoPATHFINDER'03,Aete'sTTruAk

SAT.,& M a r --A n l ath k- 1220 EtPas NIMNICHT CADInsAC at/aucold NIS PTH'iTHIN HM|' ll- 1
prc sd300Tcorner of 04RO NGMOTOR, electric start miles., $5000 7.)obo, Y'ew arakcodiio ne13 55WOe
Grace Church wes, $80call 35 Auto Rent/Lease 3-spd,no clutch 4 call 477451 TOYTOARKER CAM ILLAC O ATLANTIC C Great condHI ASTISDELEVW

5609Salern Rdlck,2/1mm ACUt TSX0 TOM BUSH AUTOPNEX 371-4377 E VOLKSWAGEN T'1 0 raeks / o Ford Bronco94 St#BUCF924A X R$8888 al vr

Papers. $200 777-6280 suitLeather. cuor:.Or,:o dn T ,, l B,|ASiH 2.1 CO IN ONA Al-; }w $ ell: vee.ani MU -
dniy$ 825/25m n LVBe fdditlon, and reliable, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PALMdensity, $40 685-2525 VALLYo a nConvertiblew fully Fully equippedSV's302 automatine
1633 MerrowarLW Xt restored, blcv'slvr, $21,980 SFG tires, $4500 SATURN VUEc02 AWD wrty 27K
S e WFLXXLT 13750 sCFMQuadbylet 302 w/ C4, auto, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CHEVROLET 912-674-1028or ronze color, extwrty27K
CR 210 Sat-Sun 8-4.lat pull down Autos/Trus performance like many new parts, $K 998-0012 PICKUP 97 ST. A912UGUSTINE 5768530 mi $13K 904-062087

FurnT elect toysa books, kERPUP sTM r TRI AUD oUATTRO like 0lWn a ar-22K 9 1 S 6 0oo obo 9 654 l.55, T r r a lOA 4R UN
arbidEpayhouset e Ci 912 674-2987 too small for my car, 9 VOLKSWAGON V687Kmilesord Explorer 1 Beautiful
W'SlDE Multi Framly 9. .Bubble 2 irons, paid $368. 904,734351 FORD MUSTANG T 94 JET loadedA ls,02', blue, white, nice work truck, sport track, 6 cyl,'.ti.
Sale, 3/17 &3/18. 8-T, taylor made3-w, 1205 Boats Con. Leather loaded, load, auto, a/ 904 2727352fullower moon $22,990

I fo heh a hmsre nformato vH r LEXUS OF JACSSONVILLE MIN C7 O E 5 1* ,,n .*, JI IAll,
1081 Talbot Ave, Water 5- graph/ites 10 Bench Seat (rear) exc cond, must se ll1 snroof, het verysharpI LEXUSOFJACKSONVILL A-
Bed. NASCAR, movies, excellent cond- s from 1995 Dodge quickly. $3875. 3897700 seats, Leather, 6 cd, roo 998-0012

ceseIoc2ttrs!nd wtitoy n.orsc 69kical Ie CHEVY BLAZER '01 rack, tonneau cover,
toysmisc items! ton, $110, includes '04OSeadoosw/dbi tr Caravan. GreONV Ford Taurus 1995, lle A NER I e I EH
2s6id 5 es 0.DA D7 0 Stc/c. m.ADvinyl.E Frnaurs 1n9ALA$, CRYSERat, criuisen ew
es n head $ covers. O nal GTX Super ch'arrged & fabricfvinyl. o 4 door, pw ac I $10,500 (obo) Runs great cruise $11,500 obo, TOYOTA 4RUNNER
n o graipsn!excellent GTX Wakeboar edit. ripsortears, excellent mussseilASAP 912-729-3884 control, pwr steering. 904-940 5230 '05. Leather, CD.
ChurhYard t condo on904809 way beelow N ADA. cond. $25. 268-2482 due to PCSex; VL V pwr brakes electric ForClassfi
BEa 0p. 7700 Wilson Blvd. $15,500. obo. 449-1522 CONY. '01, windows & locks, air i 2 FORD EXPLORER $29,995
d Golf Bag New name 0. LEXUSF ONVILGOODRICH (2) lent condition, $2500 Kmi moongust, conditioning, all new EDDIE BAUER '04 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE call 904-366-6300,
9. yard Sale / Golf Pak, $35.00. '66752 $, A S PAIDs 3 90 1 e 6 $17,500obo. 904- 465-3353 tires. Ready to go Only 14,000 miles. 998-0012o --- .
S sale. Almost new, anywhere you want. 23980 TOYOTA4RUNNERR5
ia urd0ayt liarc 4th, Boats or Yachts 545- 833 drove approx. FORD TAURUS SE '03 eVOLVOS u40'01Ai $90
am m, 12066 megym Step, ski & 18' 2003 HYDRASPORT 65,000 miles w warranty. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877" R A .N....
unchase sriveJax, row, each's freewghts, A Icc 115 HP YH m3ha. Asking $3S.00 each AOL 1 l 7-1 ATLANTIC aE OIE A LOF AUTO mA
S uoawkins Cove sta blke,best of fer q, ur ,n, nr, e A (904)803 4287 FORDT BIIRD SHTLX 96L 319 lIfat1,8 A7 7-1
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ThisSat &Sun Have Scrambler. Model 12.5. Con.,C. depih inoer. 191 6JJ iuqr,:,mSablMd-13
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA $395.626-2530- 32 .all.:,ri b.a.[ -.ell t11660plus:', I-.e-,re- clean.mu-[ ii i&-ti
r..h.ng t3Cktsi,- no rcd CALL S07 6587 $1 I9. C5,i 771 9100
T R EK:2 0 0 0 ,1 0 0 0 i cs i ,: . . n r" . .p 3 tF R fIe u H N D A CRC-OR D
950 Garden/lowmileslotsof irm.. -tr ,n ..and reAr /AAmericanC R
Lawn extras,$400, n Con- Rims w. 31xlO.Oa EX V6 "04. Fully
call904504-6825 Absolute Pristine Con- et1uippd $20.905
edition. Kept in dry in pro-comp LEXUS OF JACKSOVLLE
y-storage $14,500. Has 2Mmiles,0"tsh
push mower, rear Wanted TO year warranty. Call 5500 622.8391, Ron 998-0012
bag w/ 14" rear Buy Or Trade Chris.68&6042. Hitch 84-96 Jeep HONDA ACCORD AR BAUAOZAD FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE SUDARU OF JAX
wheels.3yrs., 9 Bayliner with Cherokee WagonAF EX Y6 'O5.....
IT i *"* ok b new, of Orange Park bran.,d.ew,,(9,, SUBAE OF JA
$50,278-6007 4 CATERING EQUIP- trailer. This boat ki new.75.$24.Q90 of'Orange Park I lli iIIi l' I F"ivj 21-',lJIl V.

BrigsF ag hsASAP due to PCSI Call /PAU 4I d,.... rI], HONDA ACCOR PL CLA FRKER DI1: [LU,] LUn,'l EP ;lR
a uVerated 2300 PSI In $3500 yobocall9ee-4 l 4 opartsunroof.-$19.9 .D
STroy. Built Tiller 6 serviceable con- lo LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE KEY AUDI ii i lli I lil f4'411 1 KEN CHANCEYSZUKI
iH.P. rear tires, with ditlon. Call 904- 264 6054 22' PONTOON '95 X ond 912-674-24,69 9 9 1 GA,,,Di, ER ,, DAEYICK
with reverse r o,1.9ho, du r / rm 5Dd4e HONDA ACCORDLX00001)4i" -"2'ii"Av-70i
$450 obo, call after lWILL BUY YOUR $7000.:D,. 304 3 f r1om 1 caravan. ogeyrHoth NV6 A L XT-35 Ouflti ti'l[,41'iiv 4'1"'f
Please call U .: '. ;" r condition $2, 268 248 o n a iM K" C ITY SU ZU K I
Fur 55;pd. .2dr.ge 3in.,. aaflnir.f LOT S OF ilAiili Bis i -
955 HoAntiuesh/do2s0094721....BENTLEY- ORLANDO At The Avenues LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE.X
______ Regal 2500 (las"sics Honda Civic '94, 50KSO m 17', 11 U F;il',ll ] 4Il iil'l l' I' 1Ilh H'ilpO '11W"1 li1-,11""hI lJ ii], iII h1r.l ",Ti v1t', Vijulu it-hu I
4 Armoire- Never -@ Bowrnder. Volvo, 5-,pd. 2 a,. or,: at ..rrd. I16iB, C(H L 11'9qFA9,'.
u sedfcllection ssImmaculate2001. FORD GALAXY21964 $25i. 33 3 4T3 1A. L,ilirA li,i,i,,,I)l-i,,,if -:;:1 MIKE DAVIDSON FORD .
full.canvas am fm cd. auto, new paint, HYUNDAI ELANTPA GLS '03TE__ ,
2 piece,$1450obo, Much morel -- new interior, AT REGENCY
904-287-4159 Pets and $35K obo. 237 5064 S4500 obo. 635 2318 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4817 7h'.I A.i, tub, TOM BUSH MAZDA ARLINGTON TOYOTA
New, in plastic w/warr Anias .,,d 1965 (1) Cuppremium TOM BUSH MW MIKE S ..I :/i liii 'I,!, Blv 7v1 ;,mu
Can Deliver. 391-0015 ...mr.. \I/ restorable condi-..MIKETYOAFORD
2005Livestock& e-trded ,.-,r. tion, six cylinder pa,:ki ag. ,2 ,9 3 0 '1Ilu,1, I 1' 1 I ,' 'OPCI
set, New In plastic 1 ad p291.0847 includes extra parts, 998-0012
w/warranty. 858-9350.010 Pets and Supplies 04-91047 iclueetraari.99-00311%iU ii h ,, It, l II)lifhHv 2[V-11
WANTED!349.199___7_.JAGUAR X J8 "04
BED A Brand Name. Full Bo95.. r-. Trer-- OnlJAGUR XJ '0 i .eG B UI -,,l: IIITH P T"
set $115. New w/warr. An. C,,rni 132n Auloiotl e Ioru.hnt $3G.EJUICKKEITIESONTOYT
In plastic. Call 391-0015 Tne Ui.'e,, 1 PartSr P.-rpie -__"I_ _"_,.._0l. 3
. BED A Brand Name 1010 Pets &: WEEKS MARINE 387-1440 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE "i VlNiMNICHT PONTIIA'GMC 1, ii Ti Un uli i, Fin 771-
$170 KBnd SetSuppliesf % ACURA RL '01 998-0012
$170eKing Set G u%, quipped KIA RIO 2001 iut oKEY BUICK ill, fT li Hii 11A DBRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. L
NEW with warranty AMERICAN BULLDOGd1210 Sailboats _aidnewi111 LIGHTHOUSETOYOTA
Can deliver. 398-5200 Pups. 2F, 1M NKC reg., LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE needs new engine, iIijn B 14 114 COGGIN GMC TRUCKS i.Al l,, I TOYOTA
BED Beautiful temp- 904-714-2090, 318-1082. W Frin -e.s id eng 998-00324921l1AlljiIiiiU
box w/warr. New in 4 AQUARIUM KIT 'S9D 27,[r, 3mmoiACUR ATLGARDEN GMC TRUCKS
plastic. $379.398-5200 ". Gallon tank, cover Great Buy P9800 212. 3431 1is mily.$.25.1.t,0 Ir.-,:,:,R"O4-.0 0 CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC GABE GMC TRUCK TOM BUSH MINI
w/light pump fil- LEXUS OF JACK- lOM BUSH AUTOPLEL% 371-4U77 1 ,l 4cd ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
BED Brand Name. Kg PT ter, alsowater Marine SONVILLE 998-0012 Z- LEXU1 ES 300, 2001 J.,,iji-i,1,- Lvil 1,4- ,11" 'sp AlliiI li I'-l' l
mattress $299. New. w/ heater, manual, exc. 120 e
warr. Can del. 398-5200 cond, $25.00, 268.2482 0 tU ] tAUAS .S 3r0,- 2001 .Kcj Ail('oa,,A N I r.
4 BEDKING4-POST BASENJI -African bark- &,ioLeather. CO. $1uf, r 1 9 '-_. 1 2- ,NIMNICHT CADILLAC
Pillow-Top0mattress/ 4ess do wks, $300. NG MOTOR LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 11 50.-J22S 1l2. -1W461111]iPhil
Movingomustsell, BEAGLE -8mot. fertrirl 1vcit 998-0012 LINCOLN L- PARKER CADILLAC I ISH ASH TISOELLEW
$1800/ 0bo272 .4806 colored, s/w no m ,,rgui.2 _ACURA-TSX T4USH" 7 f'nOP 1-4AR ERCA IAC. -HT.ll.V
papers, $200 777-6280 0.10. 2h 21.2 A URAX0 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEt JL-
Bedroom4PcSet$29 8 BEAGLE -outstandin a, CD. -,lIer. $21.880 MAZDA 626 '98. tinted, ""- Mi "I Ailiq P COGGIN HONDA 1 IH1 i,' 1 481Well: Fi.11
loves kids $300, hsbrkr 1230 s3 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE ed.. 3 1 arm.i.7-
904-4610103isupplies 998-0012 -drA14-'S-71[a].i i OF ST. AUGUSTINECT I O'STEEN VWT
14 Drawer Chests Frm$68 S CITY1MITSUBIS
125" Color TV's From 99 male, 13 weeks, AIRSTREAM & TRAIL2-r AUD1TT QUATRO black 2001 war- VENUES II H',' I ., "i iii F t' 4 '.,.5l,, Ha-v 39y I-4
13 Rm18Pc Condo Pkg$99 registered, MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS '01. Full, lnatyloaded. COGGIN CHE AVENUES ...1, .i
2 Piece Queen Bed $19 call 371-3952 for ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES eguipped S18,860u beautiful car, LUCAS HONDA OF JAX w':M I',J jI,.,TI ,,4 r,',T, TOM BUMHVW
199 callCE moe 3nfrmtin.22,000. call 6997886 or I ljlhl, H, L OA1i,-iM
CORT CLEARANCE I more information. s-"at'as. o" it". P.-r.r LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 5044670
0ENTER Chihuahua CKC 2 small ...-... 4623 0,39 998-0012 '.192. CI IA ,
(~ 3 9- Males, born 12/23, 2nd 1-806-541-64"9 MERCURYTopa- CREST CHEVROLET CITY MITSUBISHIANGEPAP____________
L shots, $300. 783-4247 AIRSTREAM 26r.f B onMW 3000 9 0. 1-00) O B O-Ei, .o ,, I--l
S Bedroom Set+ CHIHUAHUA PUPS CKC International nllt. 53-.400 MGB 1973', ,1"1' tllll'lti lii ''- I
Couch, brand new, shots & hith cert, $450. 1982. rare find. LEXU5 OF JACKSONVILLE OilBGT 1972".MOB
5pCall 386-963-4932 Execellentcondi-M998-0012 B T 1 Mo GANERCHEYHYUNDAI
with two tables, tion, hitch Included,9eeds work, GT is

exc cond, l5yr old, GERMAN SHEPARD PUPS, rr. i.- o. 2 d c r.ri rTOM BUSH AU70PLEX li1-467 998-0012 "." "*'-. ."'" I :,I' h] r, i.
$1000 obo. 472-9708 AKC black & tan. 5M/3F. .3r a. .. r .. IA INC. Pe-Owned e
Miscfurnlshings, $300. 904-613-8724. ,-1mpM .. .n r ,, _g__._ _" __ RICK KEFFER MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP )AIAll..e- d -er
table, box springs, German Shepherd Pups. m.. ri. s D i.-Ias ON CASSAT
t J single bed, reason- AKC. 912-571-522 d ws I ,o 1 l". . FRANK GRIFFIN
able offer, 9380103rd www.mygermanshepherd.ws C,:....... SI. 1 ,017 ,'nr U -l 1 i liI I 1 i i,1.s' FRAN ; K GRIFFIN
Lot 10 days/904 317-6618/ 1-xi11 4 4
dLrectons time German She herds AKC JAYCO POP-UP sips. RICK KEFFER SUPE RE
Pups 5/M champ blood JENKINS2RICK',E,_SUPERSTORE
MOVING SALE -Every- li ne.$400.229-382-9962 ,-.n.n C al C- 1i .I i .R ,h ROLLS ROYCEK ORLANDO i!, ,E '-,
osuepsG M c s, o A p bxcP, -fe R, -, .. 1-E:. ATLANTIC DODGE ,i1 HI, r,, ,, Bush-Autoplex1
S matchinchairsw/ In hr aval. Also 1 9mo ROCKWOOD RV 86 37k lANll E TomBushAutoplex4l
in laid motherof c s i r e d f e m ,:, RV; Stxx. 37k would like to invite all -* 1, 1 444 I A, [.,i iB.i l-- ,
pearl design cost $600-$800, limited reg. '- Styxxwould lie to invie ll COGG KA
$2300, sell $2.1666, 386-437-2561 AILER Frank- friends and customers to stop JACK CARUSO
TRAVEL TRAILER rrank- 'vrllhi,, ,,,,, ,, inlil.,,, V.I.P. AUTO SALES
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS iup --,.,- u by or call him.... V.I.P. AUTO SAS
Recliner, darkblue, CKC shots & hlth cert WD. C .'06,, E Y DA Rl. .o-.s
$50, sofa, large" $400. Call386-963- 4932 .... REGENCY DODGE RAY CARTER A NIMNICHTSAAB ....
- tw eedb excellenet GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS C a B-ing in this ad ... ..' : .''52, ,- ,, il,,1 I I,, WIL Iii A Brifiinyi I
con, 02.20 t to Med blond M/F POP $ CASH PAID $ ing i 891-8672 WARREN MOTORS, INC.
AKC$60090-268-4221 r.1HTTor extra saVingS! D GARBER DODGE TRUCK W..RR MOTORS, INC."
Reupholstered, ERSO GREATDANEPUPS Georgetown 00.3 0o3 84 Military and First 3874041 I El i-'
cushioned, ww w.f-eweb om/klngsken neI/M ilita y and Fi Ir t1i I',b .35"14 914 41
beautiful $250, AKC/CKC. 904-259-1706 Cr. . du r s. *1. 0I lime 21 -3 4.M I RA
cae A21ti01.7ch wGUINEA PIGS (2) Santara '00, 37' Diesel Welcome! ORANGE PARK DODGE AoRGN
locatedAtant, ea -- withcagesfreeto ushr5 IS ORANGETPARKODODGE LAMBORGHINI-ORLANDOES
cTORAll9 OWE1-72ogUINdoeAPG 2 Ienew,7233 Blanding BNd. 777-5500 65 N. RhHao Iud SATURN OF AVENUES
STORAGE TOWER 51492563 303 Want to be treated 7 Longwood/Orlando R 407-339-3443 10063 Philips Rwy 262-7145
or230 DVD's, Havanese/Maltese lke family, come to RICK KEFFER SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
woocas i Pe n C. $50. -945-4558' 1300 Motorcycles IM I 1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch 1-800-228-7454 8105 landing d. 779-01 WORLD IMPORTS
casters, $75. 26&82482 $1d
e da er, $6d, hots/worngws rts 1550 CASSAT AVE -nsuA 1672 CassatAve. 384-6561 11211 Atlanthic h. 642-15960 0 Atlantic B _d. 725-800 11650BEACHBLVD, 998-92
bottoms, bmIednhe s, at- $60ea. PU P 912 383-22ch c lI L ead Identical to e l W e areICh evrolet"J?.,
tresses, bunkle boards, LAB PUPS AKC chocolate super clean, super fast, i "'''
$400, 220-2910 retail & yellows, $400. tons mod s.
$1400 Cal 386-963-4932 $4K 912-674-0617 _Il

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