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THURSDAY, MARCH


www.jaxairnews.com


23,2006


Naval Air Depot Jacksonville



wins 2005 Aviation Safety Award


By Joe Walker
Public Affairs Specialist
Naval Air (NAVAIR) Depot, Jackson-
ville has been selected as the win-
ner of the Naval Air System
Command (NAVAIR) CY 2005 Aviation
Safety Award for the fifth time in seven
years.
Vice Adm. Wally Massenburg, command-
er, Naval Air Systems Command, applaud-
ed the Command's initiative, professional-
ism, and resourcefulness in enhancing mis-
sion readiness.
From the top down, the safe execution of
our mission is our number one priority.
The depot is proud to have closed out 2005
with a remarkable 39 years and 27,969.5
flight hours of Class A/B mishap-free fly-
ing.


While immensely proud of this remark-
able accomplishment, the depot remains
committed to staying focused on the
future, rather than the past. The military
and civilians alike at NAVAIR Depot
Jacksonville understand that regardless of
all the accomplishments, accolades and
recognition afforded to this vibrant work-
force, the outstanding work that they per-
form can all be quickly erased with a sin-
gle mishap.
Lt. Pete Amendolare, depot aviation safe-
ty officer, provided daily leadership by
coordinating a highly effective aviation
safety program that included safety stand-
downs, command job hazard assessments
and developing operational risk manage-
ment worksheets used by flight crews and
maintenance personnel.
Aviation safety is not just about flying


aircraft safely at NAVAIR Depot
Jacksonville, but rather, encompassing the
entire mindset of how we do business from
the shop floor to the front office.
"I couldn't be more proud of this team
effort. Your support of the warfighter is
world class," Capt. John Scanlan, com-
manding officer, NAVAIR Depot Jax said.
"Your attention to detail while looking out
for your teammate is evident by our yearly
aviation mishap-free success."
NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville looks for-
ward to producing quality products for our
service members deployed around the
world, and ensuring they can answer every
mission, every time, while maintaining a
relentless focus on providing a safe work-
ing environment, and defect-free aircraft,
engines and components.


Photo courtesy of Naval Air Depot Jacksonville
A Naval Air Depot Jacksonville employee
paints a P-3 tail section, using harness fall
protection.


NavHosp Jax awarded Meritorious Unit Commendation


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel visited Naval
Hospital Jacksonville for quarters
on March 17 and brought with
him a special honor from the
Pentagon. He presented the hos-
pital, on behalf of Secretary of the
Navy Donald Winter, and Chief of
Naval Operations Adm. Michael
Mullen, the Meritorious Unit
Commendation.
Boensel remarked as to the
length of the citation accompany-
ing the commendation, saying
that it had to be lengthy because
it was for "a lot of great people
doing a lot of great things." He
also noted that he and his family
have used the hospital for care
and have always received great
service. As the regional com-
mander, Boensel said he also
knows that, "his people will
always receive great care here (at
a Naval Hospital Jacksonville
facility)."
"That's just something we've
come to expect," he stated. He
added that if more people knew
all that the hospital does they
would be joining him in saying
thank you.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.)


Photos by HM I (SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff gather behind Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.)
Raquel Bono (center), Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel (right) and hospital
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW/AW) Richard Sylve, as members of the Naval Hospital Color Guard display
the Meritorious Unit Commendation pennant.
Raquel Bono said, "I'm not sur- n't expect anything less than quality healthcare to an eligible
prised at all by this award. It's that." population of more than 200,000
just a great reflection of the kind The citation lauded the hospital beneficiaries and providing out-
of great professionalism and qual- staff's meritorious service from standing support to operational
ity of staff we have here. I would- May 2002 to May 2005, delivering forces. According to the citation,


the hospital and its seven branch
health clinics (the fourth largest
hospital system in Navy medi-
cine) performed at a level
unmatched by like-size facilities
in Navy medicine, despite the
challenge of continuous deploy-
ments and staffing shortfalls. -
The citation noted that the hos-
pital rose to fulfill its readiness
mission, providing more than
45,000 man-days of medical sup-
port to the operational forces in
Operations Enduring Freedom
and Iraqi Freedom and deploy-
ment of the first successful
Expeditionary Medical Unit to
Joint Task Force 160 at Camp
Lemonier, Djibouti, Africa.
At the same time, the staff con-
tinued to delivery exemplary care
at home. As a result of resource
optimization and innovative man-
agement, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville was able to maintain
or exceed clinical productivity,
increasing inpatient dispositions
in fiscal years 2003 and 2004 by
more than 750 in each year.
Additionally, outpatient care in
fiscal years 2003 and 2004 were
maintained at or exceeded the
level of care delivered in fiscal
year 2002, prior to deployments.
Despite the increased demands,


See HOSPITAL AWARD, Page 16


Team partners reconfirm environmental efforts


By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel signs the Northeast Florida
Environmental Compliance Chatter March 16 as several senior management team members
witness the signature. (From left) Brad Thoburn, director, Federal/State Legislation Program,
City of Jacksonville; Boensel; Gregory Strong, district director, Northeast District Florida
Department of Environmental Protection; and Capt. Chip Dobson, NAS Jacksonville com-
manding officer.


The Navy, City of Jacksonville and
environmental regulators from
Northeast Florida and the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection
(DEP) reconfirmed a joint commitment to
environmental excellence with the signing
of the 2006 Northeast Florida Environ-
mental Compliance Partnering Team
Charter last Thursday aboard NAS
Jacksonville.
The team includes the environmental
managers for the City of Jacksonville
Environmental Resource Management
Department, Florida DEP, St. Johns River
Water Management District, Commander,
Navy Region Southeast, NAS Jacksonville,
NS Mayport, Naval Aviation Depot,
Jacksonville and Public Works Center,
Jacksonville.
"Taking the lead in environmental pro-
tection is important to all and this group
does a great job. Our partnership will con-
tinue to identifr'and implement solutions
-to protect and improve the environment
while respecting the Navy's and regulatory


agencies' requirements to accomplish their
missions," said Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel prior
to signing the new agreement. "I would
like for this group to be the catalyst for
engendering the natural resources goals
and commonalities we all shared."
Gregory Strong, DEP Northeast District
director, joined Boensel in praising the
partnership. "This is truly a model group.
It represents the high level of commitment
we have to environmental matters in the
region," he stated.
Building on the success of the last four
years, the Navy and regulatory agencies
will continue to work together to achieve
environmental excellence and accomplish
their respective organizational missions.
The team's 2006 charter calls for the team
to maintain their active partnership,
mutual trust, open communication and
understanding of each other's rules, poli-
cies and practices. The team plans to con-
tinue to identify processes and implement
measures to achieve environmental per-
formance and streamline regulatory per-
See ENVIRONMENTAL, Page 16


ITOURHIGNG Women's History Month Observance scheduledA the All Saints Chapel Fellowship Hall before moving to the main
The NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee will chapel at 8 a.m. for the program. The guest speaker will be Marine
B AE host a Women's History Month Observance March 29 from 7:30 to 9 Corps Capt. Vernice Armour.
a.m. at All Saints Chapel. For more information, call HMCS Bryce McNair at 542-3304 or
B A S E The event will kick off with a continental breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in YN1 Danyell Rowland at 542-3323.


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FROM THE FLEET


Be aware that loose lips can still sink ships


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Hoo-yah, warriors!
Just returned from
another trip talking
with many Sailors on the
deckplates, and I'm happy to
say 2006 is going really
well. Our young Sailors are
energized, smart and ready
to take on any mission, any
time!
While I was out and
about, I had a conversation
that just screamed for a col-
umn topic. It's something
we all need occasional
reminders about.
I was chatting with this
Army fellow, and he started
to tell me about some of the
"loose talk" he was hearing.
Now it wasn't anything
earth-shattering, but it was
enough to make you go
"himmmrmm."
Warriors, loose lips can
still sink ships. Unfort-
unately the world is still a
place full of bad people who
would love nothing more
than to deep-six any one of
our ships, submarines, or
aircraft. And just as impor-
tant, they would love to
attack any of us or our fami-
lies.
In this current state of
global terror we're fighting
against, that's a sad fact of
life.
I'm not trying to get
everyone paranoid and con-
stantly looking over their
shoulders, but we do need to
remember a few things to
protect ourselves, our fami-
lies, and our Navy.


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
So what do we need to do?
Well, the first thing we all
need to do is be alert to the
threat and what we are say-
ing. Liberty hangouts, gro-
cery stores, just about any-
thing near a military instal-
lation is a prime target for
the folks trying to collect
information and yes they
are out there.
How many times have you
started up sea stories
amongst friends and talked
about a few things that
weren't classified, but were
sensitive? Do you know
who's at the next table lis-
tening to you? Do you really
know the person you are
talking to?
The same goes for home.
How many times have you
been talking about work
over dinner? Do you men-
tion a few things that you
really shouldn't have? Sure,
they don't seem that impor-
tant, but if other family
members talk about them
too, then the information
can get to the wrong folks.
We have to be alert to


what we are saying and
where we are saying it.
Secrets don't always get out
in big chunks. They are
slowly gathered piece by
piece like a jigsaw puzzle.
So watch what you're saying
and who you are saying it
to. And be sure to talk with
your families about this so
they can be alert as well.
This is very much a team
effort.
But it's not just our per-
sonal conversations we have
to watch out for. There's
everyone's newest best
friends cell phones, email,
the Internet and those live
chat programs.
Here's a good question for
you. Do you use those" new
wireless network gadgets at
your home? You do know
that wireless networking is
just a radio transmitter,
right? How secure do you
think it is? Do you use a
wireless keyboard? Another
transmitter.
Did you also know that
someone with some fairly
simple off-the-shelf technol-
ogy could watch you surf the
Web, type emails and moni-
tor your online chats? Do
you do some of your military
work on your home comput-
er? Does your spouse. e-mail
back and forth to you during
deployment?
How secure do you really
think your cell phone is? A
few of the computer guys
told me once that someone
with the right training and
equipment could possibly
"hack" into my cell phone,
turn it on, and listen to
everything going on around


me.
Is that likely to happen to
you? I really doubt it, but it
just illustrates how easily
information can be compro-
mised, and how important
these issues are for our
Navy.
As more and more people
use wireless technology, the
easier it will be to tap into
what they are mailing or
working on without them
even knowing it.
We're talking some basic
OPSEC common sense here
folks. Don't use email. or
chat rooms to discuss TAD
trips, flight schedules, exer-
cises or other operational
topics even if they seem
routine. And don't try to
"talk around" the subject
either.
That's gold for intelligence
collectors. They help put
together a much bigger pic-
ture about our operational
plans or capabilities. That
puts our shipmates in dan-
ger, and we cannot have
that.
I realize none of us inten-
tionally plan to compromise
information. But let's face
it, as technology makes it
easier for us to communi-
cate back and forth, the eas-
ier it is for the bad guys to
listen in. And that's what
we have to watch out for.
This all boils down to my
final point about protecting
critical information. What
you know may not necessar-
ily be secret or classified.
But it does deal with your
command's activities, capa


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Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy,
NAS Key West, USS Enterprise

Career Plans: To earn my bachelor's
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become a pastor.

Most Interesting Experience: Accepting
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grandchildren.

Past Duty Stations: Retired Navy

Career Plans: To retire again.

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-' r 7he Jacksonville Tax Center provides free federal
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Jm services to all active duty military personnel, retired
military personnel and their families.
The tax center is located in Building 583 on Keily Street.
It is open for business from 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m., Monday-
Wednesday-Friday, and 9 a.m. 4 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday. In order to assist in filing returns, customers are
asked to bring the following information:
All 2005 W-2s, Wage and Earning Statements, Social
Security cards and dates of birth for each family member.
1099-INT forms
1099-DIV forrps
Dependent Care Statement from day care providers.
*. Power of attorney, if married filing a joint return and
spouse will not be present to sign tax return.
Blank check, or bank routing transit and account number.
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salesman took us into his
office and he went into the
back for a few minutes.
When he came back he
said we didn't qualify for
the car because our FICO
score was too low. I didn't
understand that because I
recently ran a credit check
and they told me my score
wasn't great but it wasn't
bad either. How do I find
my real credit score?
MoneyMan Sez:
Unfortunately, there is no
such thing as a "real credit
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Equifax, Experian and
TransUnion, that all deter-
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slightly different methods
and data.
In general, you score


should be close, but not
always the same. Fair
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developed the credit score
and the scale runs from 300
to 850.
Most Americans have
scores between 600 and
800. Sounds confusing? It
is! Be on the lookout for
VantageScore. This is the
result of a joint venture of
Equifax, Experian and
TransUnion. VantageScore
will be calculated the same
way for each credit bureau
or lender and all scores will
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This should make it much
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SUNDAY SERVICES

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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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4 JaxAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 23, 2006


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undergoes a facelift


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
The Pinecastle Range
Complex recently per-
formed a spring-clean-
ing that has enabled them
to provide combat pilots
with an improved training
environment.
The bombing range, which
is located in the Ocala
National Forest, removed
1,574 tons of range
scrap/debris and expended
ordnance items.
Range maintenance is
part of Fleet Forces
Command's Tactical Train-
ing Theater Assessment and
Planning Program, which
seeks to improve bombing
ranges both tactically and
environmentally in order to
ensure the Navy has sus-
tainable ranges where pilots
can make the most of their
training opportunities.
"Having a range that is
clear of debris and old ord-
nance is good for the envi-
ronment and makes for an
improved tactical simula-
tion for the pilots," said
Pinecastle Director of Op-
erations John Childers.
Before the range could be
cleared however, Childers
and his team had to ensure
that the issue of safety was
addressed. This meant
demilitarizing, inspecting
and reinspecting every piece
of ordnance before it could
be certified as safe for
removal.
Once an old bomb was cer-
tified as safe, it would be
broken down into small
pieces and sent to the
smelter, where it was melt-
ed, down and recycled into
concrete reinforcing bar
(rebar).
"Rebar are the small
metal rods they put, inside
of concrete blocks when a
building is being built,"
Childers said.


So how has the range
been improved? "The overall
appearance is better,"
Childers stated. "It's also
tactically correct and realis-
tic now. Targets are grouped
better. We've ,been able to
develop urban sites and a
simulated runway complex
that's both environmentally
pleasing and safer to
access."
Rick Lint, Seminole
District ranger at the Ocala
National Forest agrees.
"Everything went smoothly.
They did a good job securing
funding and making a com-
mitment to doing it and
doing it right. I was
impressed with the way
they did everything in a safe
and environmentally friend-
ly manner."
The Pinecastle Range
Complex has fast become an
important training range for
naval aircrew. The complex
consists of the Pinecastle
Impact Range, Rodman
Ordnance Range, and the
Lake George Range.
The Navy's Pinecastle
Impact Range in the Ocala
National Forest is a cost
efficient training site.
Centrally located, the range
complex provides aircrews
with a realistic striking
range from both the Atlantic
and Gulf of Mexico operat-
ing areas.
This flexibility enhances
the carrier strike group
training all naval forces
complete prior to deploying
into harm's way. The Navy
has used nearly 6,000 acres
of the 382,000-acre forest for
target practice for 50 years
under a special use permit
from the U.S. Forestry
Service.
A detailed environmental
impact statement completed
in 2002 supported that spe-
cial use permit.
The range clearance is a
win-win for the Navy and


the environment providing
enhanced training while
keeping the area clear of
debris. "We take pride in
providing the Navy as well
as the other services with
unique training opportuni-
ties," Childers said.
The Pinecastle Bombing
Range, which is under oper-
ational and administrative
control of Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance Facility
(FACSFAC) Jacksonville, is
an unfenced 5,760-acre
area, with the eastern edge
of the range located about
four miles west of State
Road 19 and the Camp
Ocala Campgrounds and
three-quarters of a inile
west of the Farles Lake
campground.
F-18 jet fighters and other
aircraft take off from NAS
Jacksonville, fly low over
the forest, and drop their
bombs in the middle 450
acres of the range.
Occasionally, fighter jets
from MCAS Beaufort, S.C.
and NAS Oceana, Va., con-
duct long-range strikes
against the Pinecastle tar-
gets. During major training
exercises, carrier based air-
craft conduct operations at
the targets for a 10 to 14-
day period.
FACSFAC Commanding
Officer Capt. Robert Buehn
takes pride in Pinecastle's
mission and in the improve-
ments that have been made
to increase mission readi-
ness.
"Everyone at FACSFAC
is proud to be associated
with Pinecastle and the peo-
ple that work there," Buehnr
stated. "The range clearance
really improved the target
area. It went from being just
a simple bull's-eye to a real-
world simulation. The great
thing about this project is
that not. only did we
improve mission readiness,
but we were able to clear


Photos courtesy of Pinecastle Range Complex
Workers from the Pinecastle Range Complex use an excavator loader (right) and an excavator
shear (left) to break up range debris and expended ordnance and put it into a tractor-trailer
so it can be removed.


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the range."
The Pinecastle complex is
a day-night, live and inert
ordnance delivery area
located approximately 80
miles south of NAS
Jacksonville and 12 miles
north of Altoona, Fla.
All air-to-ground exercises
using conventional ord-
nance up to and including
2,000-pound MK 84 bombs.
Napalm, cluster munitions
and high explosive incendi-
ary devices are prohibited.
Live ordnance is restricted
to the live ordnance impact
area; inert (dummy) non-
explosive ordnance is used
on all other targets.
The Pinecastle complex is
normally available for train-
ing Monday and Wednesday
from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.,


Tuesday and Thursday, 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday, 8
a.m. to noon. Weekends may
be scheduled for special
training events.
There are nine targets
within the Pinecastle com-
plex. The live ordnance
impact area consists of vehi-
cle hulks, arranged to form
a surface-to-air missile site,
ammunition dump, fuel
farm, storage bunkers, heli-
copter pad and missile
launchers. Weapon impacts
are scored by a special com-
puter system.
"We've designed an assort-
ment of different targets to
give the pilots a more realis-
tic feel during their bombing
runs," Childers said. "We've
also had radar stations set'
up that track all inbound


* This is what mosi
of the range
looks like aftet
1,574 tons oi
range debris and
expended ord.
.- nance have beer
, removed.


aircraft and simulate a mis-
sile lock by a surface-to-aiu
missile system. It's impor.
tant to keep our pilots or
their toes. We'd be. doing
them a disservice if wE
made it too easy on them."
In April 2002, OcalE
National Forest Supervisoi
Marsha Kearney granted
the U.S. Navy's request t(
renew their special use per
mit, which will allow the
Navy to keep using th(
range until Dec. 22, 2022.
"Pinecastle Range wil.
continue to play a role ir
ensuring our nation's mili
tary remains at a high stat<
of readiness. In light o:
recent world events, thai
level of readiness is certain
ly needed," said Kearney.


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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 23, 2006 5


Former WWII POW receives overdue benefits


By LIl(SW/AW) Heather
Ewton
Staff Writer
E don Hepler was at a
POW/ MIA remem-
brance ceremony
aboard NAS Jax last
September to honor those
who had been in the same
situation he has.
However, the only differ-
ence between him and the
other former POW's in
attendance that day were
the military benefits and
entitlements that they were
each receiving.
Until last week, Hepler
needed a military escort to
gain access to the base. He
also paid co-payments at the
Veterans Affairs (VA)
Hospital, paid for all of his
prescriptions and just
recently, started receiving
10 percent disability due to
a hearing problem.
However, during the cere-
mony, several veterans
brought up a discussion that
pertained to WWII veteran
benefits and Hepler learned
that his peers all had full
benefits and large retire-
ment payments.
His situation was over-


Photo by LI1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
National Service Officer Dave Sanders (right) goes over dis-
abilty benefits paperwork with former prisoner of war Eldon
Hepler and his wife of 53 years, Jane.
heard by a Jax Air News contact with Ray Vanduzer.
staffer who recommended Vanduzer is a certified
Hepler and his wife, Jane, national service officer vol-
go to the American Veterans unteer with American Ex-
Office (AMVETS) located in Prisoners of War and he is
Building 1, which they did. also a former POW as well.
National Service Officer He began the process of get-
for AMVETS David Sanders ting Hepler's claims into the
took immediate action for VA and within weeks, he
Hepler. He put out a call to had arranged that Hepler
the American Ex-Prisoners and his wife received the
of War Office located in St. benefits that they were enti-
Petersburg, Fla. and was in tled to.


NAS Jax sets up emergency hotline for


NAS Jacksonville has
established a hot-
line for service
members, Department of
Defense employees, con-
tractors and their families
to call during an emergency
that warrants evacuation
such as a hurricane.


Evacuees can call 1-800-
849-6024 to check in with
the base upon arriving at
an evacuation destination
and to verify if the order to
return to the Jacksonville
area has been given. They
can also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency


Operations Center at nas-
jax.eoc.fct@navy.mil to
relay their status and ask
for assistance.
Please keep in mind that
the hotline will not -be
staffed by customer service
personnel and only pro-
vides recorded information.


"He wasn't receiving all of
the benefits he was entitled
to because he just didn't
know that there was more
out there for him. We need
to get the word out to let
people know that there are
resources available to assist
them," stated Sanders.
Now, Hepler and his wife
have access to any military
installation, full medical
coverage and prescription
costs for himself and his
wife. Additionally, he will
receive real estate tax
exemption and 100 percent
disability check monthly.
His new monthly disabili-
ty payment has gone from
$99 per month to $2,393 per
month and a one-time
$9,000 retroactive payment.
Hepler and Jane couldn't
be happier. "We have given
money to our church and
taken our family to dinner.
This change is going to
make our life so much bet-
ter and we are so. thankful
to Ray and Dave for taking
the time to help us," said
Mrs. Hepler.
"We are searching dili-
gently for ex-POW's who are
not receiving 100 percent
disability and for those who

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It cannot be used to check
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locate friends or family. The
hotline number and email
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For more information,
call 542-5595.


need our help. The claims
turn-around time is efficient
and expeditious. I don't even
have to meet the individual.
All of the claims paperwork
can be mailed directly to me
and then Larry Brown, the
ex-POW coordinator for the
Regional Office of Veterans
Affairs in St Petersburg will
handle it from there," com-
mented Vanduzer.
His staff pushes hard to
ensure that the former
POW's get what they
deserve for their service to
our nation.
On Veteran's Day in
Jacksonville, Hepler's
granddaughter was sharing
his story at a local school
with her classmates, "My
grandfather did all of that
and I am so glad that he
came back to be my grand-
pa!"
Hepler was a POW to the
Germans during World War
II. Fighting with the 106th
Division, he was captured


on Dec.16, 1944 during the
Battle of the Bulge. He and
his comrades were trans-
ported to a POW camp via a
train ride in a boxcar that
took three days.
They arrived in Bad Ord,
Germany on Christmas day
in 1944, barely scraping
through battlefields and
bomb raids, to be placed in
a holding stall for the next
106 days.
To this day, he remembers
that it was Prison Camp
Stalag 9-B and that he
shared a single loaf of black
bread with his fellow pris-
oners each night.
Ex-POW's of America
National Service Officer
Ray Vanduzer can be
reached for questions con-
cerning former POW's at 1-
727-593-1813.
AMVETS National
Service Officer Dave
Sanders can be reached for
questions concerning veter-
ans at 542-2834.


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6 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 23, 2006


HS-5


maintainers


continue fast pace

By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO "


When the "Nightdip-
pers" of HS-5 re-
turned from a
month at sea recently, most
of its members breathed a
sigh of relief. However, for
the maintenance depart-
ment, the return home only
signified the start of a new
round of work.
Do to the constraints of
shipboard life, certain phas-
es of maintenance are
extremely difficult to
accomplish while underway.
The squadron thus focuses
on these maintenance phas-
es upon their return.
According to Lt. Cmdr.
Micheal Sutton, HS-5's
maintenance officer, "As we
return to home guard after
this demanding month of
shipboard operations, we
hardly slow down." He pro-
ceeds to mention his pride
in the quality of work that
HS-5 maintainers hold
themselves to every day.
Sutton notes that the main-
tenance department has
two shifts as is common in
the aviation community.
:The day check arrives at
:work at 5:30 a.m., while the
,night check works until
-approximately 2 a.m.
,Approximately two-thirds
4of the Nightdipper main-
tainer's work the day shift,
with the remainder work-
ing nights.
One example of the
extensive work squadron
.members have planned for
Their aircraft is Canvas
'612. This aircraft has had
engines, rotor systems, and
the tail rotor gearbox
mount removed to facilitate
required maintenance. HS-
5 Maintenance Master
Chief AVCM(AW) Craig
Johnson estimates that it
will take two full weeks of
work to complete the proj-
ect, averaging seventeen
hours of work a day.
Along with the aircraft
that have entered routine
"phase" maintenance, the
squadron is currently
undergoing the CNAL Avia-
tion Maintenance Manage-
ment Team (AMMT) evalu-
ation. The AMMT inspec-
tion is conducted every 18
months. The inspectors
assign subjective grades to

HS-5 is NASCAR
No. 88 honoree
in Bristol
By Jeffrey Nichols
Commander Navy Recruiting
Command Public Affairs
No. 88 Navy "Accele-
rate Your Life" Mon-
te Carlo rolls into
the Bristol Motor Speedway
to participate in the NASCAR
Busch Series Sharpie Mini
300 in Bristol, Tenn., March 25.
The fleet honoree for the
race will be the "Nightdip-
pers" of HS-5 who are also
celebrating their 50th
anniversary this year. The
NAS Jacksonville-based HS-
5 is a member of Carrier Air
Wing Seven as-signed to the
aircraft carrier USS Dwight
D. Eisenhower (CVN-69).
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.
The Navy has used its
association with NASCAR
over the past two years to
increase America's aware-
ness of the opportunities to
serve our great country.
The race will be televised
live at 3 p.m. Eastern time
on the FOX Network and on
Performance Racing Net-
work radio.

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Canvas 612 undergoes Phase D maintenance.


Photos courtesy of HS-5


AM3 Nicholas Owensby
examines the wheel on
Canvas 612.
scheduled deployment in
the fall. Through hard
work and perseverance the
maintenance department
will ensure HS-5 continues
to excel in all aspects of its
missions.


Photo courtesy of VP-5
Members of VP-5 get together with a prospective Habitat for
Humanity homeowner in Green Cove Springs, Fla. The
squadron members donated hundreds of hours of their time
to work on the home.

VP-5 helps out the community
By Lt. j.g. Richard Parella
VP-5 PAO
S several volunteers from VP-5 recently helped Habitat
for Humanity complete a three-bedroom house for a
family in Green Cove Springs, Fla. The project
began July 2004, and after working countless hours of
construction, it ended with a ribbon cutting ceremony in
January.
With the help of hundreds of volunteers putting in more
than 1,000 hours of work, the house came to life. Habitat
for Humanity volunteers worked tirelessly throughout the
winter months with the assistance of construction team
experts.
VP-5 squadron members donated their time and energy
to help people they had never met. In addition to organiz-
ing the contingent from NAS Jacksonville, the "Mad
Foxes" aided in the construction effort each month.
"Clay County Habitat could not function without the,
Navy volunteers and we remind them that they are an,
integral part to the construction effort," said Familyj
Services Coordinator Gamble Wright.
Even with their demanding work schedule, several,
squadron members found the time to help their surround-
ing neighborhoods. Lt. j.g. Matthew Martin, AWCS Patrick
Tougher, ADCS Doane Spencer and HT1 Samantha
Walker are just a few who returned month-after-month to:
help in this worthy cause. Walker was instrumental in
organizing the support effort from VP-5, ensuring the:
Navy had a strong presence of volunteers with an
astounding 50 individuals in all. To learn more about
becoming involved in the Jacksonville Area Habitat for:
Humanity, contact Anita Hinkle at 282-7590.

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JaxAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 23, 2006 7


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER



Sacrifice discipline
By Chaplain and too small for the ju
Lt. Azariah Robinson varsity, so he became
NAS Jax Chapel / .. team manager. Oh by


here are three charac-
teristics that probably
every successful per-
son must have in order to
survive and thrive.
First of all, sacrifice
allows one to carry on and
develop patience and skills
for future opportunities.
That is, one must posses the
ability to sacrifice present
gratification for future
achievement.
Secondly, disciplining our
selves enables us to plan
our objective and stick with
the plan to the end.
Thirdly, be ready to expe-
rience the celebration and
the sense of accomplishment
that comes with achieve-
ment. This, of course, is the
reward stage.
I am not sure that you
need to be the smartest but


Chaplain Lt. Azariah
Robinson
one must posses a sort of
grit that will permit one to
do well in the midst of
adversity and hardship.
I am sure, that if your are
a sports enthusiast, that
you have heard the story of
Jason McLwain the high
school basketball player
from Greece, N.Y. He was
average height at only 5'6"


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way, he had another limita-
tion, McLwain was autistic.
He did anything to stay
near the sport he loved.
The coach was impressed
with his commitment and
dedication. In fact, during
his senior year in the last
game .of the season the
coach allowed him to suit
up. He got in the game and
in four minutes scored 20
points. In fact, he made six
out of 10 from the three-
point line. Now that's worth
celebrating. The crowd went
wild.
Sometimes it's healthier
to try and fail rather than
not try at all. There are,
after all, challenges that we
face that produce dividends
beyond the present time.
Sacrifice offers additional
benefits and windfall later


down the road.
There are times that per-
haps we need the same com-
mitment and passion for our
endeavors as Jason had for
his love of basketball. We all
can learn something from
McLwain, who overcame
limitations that he possess-
es through no fault of his
own.
I guess we all have our
own unique challenges to
face. McLwain could have
sulked and never recovered
from his initial failing.
However, he kept himself
involved and engaged dis-
playing discipline and com-
mitment that serves as an
example for folks pursuing
any goal, young and old
alike.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
said, "Self-sacrifice is the
miracle out of which all
reported miracles grow."
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we just discipline ourselves
and keep our head in the.
game our efforts will pay off
nicely.
Although success that is
gained too fast might feel
-good, it may be fleeting.
There are many stories
about lottery winners, ath-
letes as well as entertainers
who achieve fame and for-
tune too soon only to loose
everything.
McLwain learned valu-
able lessons that will leave
an indelible mark on his
mind. That is, the impor-
tance of sacrifice and disci-


pline. Moreover, he was
able to experience and
understand the value of his
dedication and faithfulness.
Therefore, we are able cel-
ebrate his achievement as
well. What lies ahead in our
future if we stick to our
goals and dreams and devel-
op the patience and disci-
pline to take our profession-
al game to the next level?
George Washington said,
"Discipline is the soul of an
army. It makes small num-
bers formidable; procures
success to the weak and
esteem to all."


Voting assistance officers help


with absentee voting process

By]OC(SW/AW) Sherri Onorati U.S. citizens may vote absentee in feder-
Navy Voting Assistance Program Marketing al, state and local elections.
N iOnce filled out and mailed to the
T he Navy is encourag- applicant's local voting official in
ing Sailors and their / their state of residence, the FPCA
families to take part H acts as a request for absentee
in the 2006 election season ballots for any elections to be
with help from the Navy held that year. The Federal
Voting Assistance Program. Post Card Application (FPCA)
The program and its Navy is available to all U.S. citizens
Voting Assistance officers canifrom local voting assistance
assist with the process offrom local voting assistance
absentee voting in time for and the Federal Voting
the start of this year's elec- Assistance Program (FVAP)
tion season, which begins Web site, at www.fvap.gov.
March 7. "The FPCA should be com-
"The Navy Voting pleted and submitted every
Assistance Program is here to year," added Truman. "Not
assist every Sailor who is eligible to only does it act as an absentee ballot
vote," said Lt. Dave Truman, Navy request form, but it also informs the
Voting Assistance Program manager, local voting election official of the
Commander, Navy Installations Sailor's current mailing address and
Command, Millington Detachment. confirms voting registration."
"Sailors can still vote in their state pri- Voters in state primaries will select
mary through the process of absentee- their party's candidates for state and
voting, even though they may not physi- federal offices, such as governor, U.S.
cally be in the state.' senator, and members of the U.S. House
Generally, all U.S. citizens 18 years or of Representatives. Dates for the 2006
older who are or will be residing outside state primaries are scheduled through-
the United States during an election out the year.
period are eligible to vote absentee in Visit www.cni.navy.mil/ Navy
any election for federal office. In addi- Vote/Index.html or consult your local
tion, all members of the uniformed serv- Voting Assistance Officer for a particu-
ices and their family members who are lar state ,election date or for more infor-
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Plots still available at community garden
From Staff All active-duty members, their families
and retirees are eligible to use the garden.
here are still several garden plots The only stipulation to having a plot is
available at the NAS Jax Commu- that you must maintain it on a regular
nity Garden for those interested in basis. For more information, call Jack
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8 IJaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 23, 2006


NAS Jax firefighters remove an injured victim from a
smoky building after a simulated bomb exploded in the
area during a mass casualty drill March 16.


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NAS Jax firefighters rescue a victim from a building
where a bomb exploded during the drill.


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
emergency crews from NAS
Jacksonville and the City of
Jacksonville came together last
Thursday to participate in a bomb, burn
and blast drill.
Every four months, some type of drill
is held here to allow emergency respon-
ders to hone their'skills and work
together as a team. These drills can
vary from natural disasters, terrorist-
related incidents, industrial accidents
or any other scenario the NAS Jax
Disaster Preparedness Office can come
up with.
"We need to have exercises like this.
The firefighters, hospital and security
department all have their different
training requirements. During this par-
ticular exercise we simulated a dirty
bomb planted by terrorists at Building
582," explained NAS Jax Disaster
Prepareness Officer DCCS(AW/SW)
Matt Melott.
"As the base fire department arrived
on scene and started evacuating vic-
tims, they found a secondary device.
Protocol in a situation like this states
that they have to back out of the build-
inig and wait for law enforcement offi-
cials and an explosive ordnance detach-
ment to dismantle or remove the device
before they can resume operations."


Lt. Andrew Dvorak and HM3 Dana Woodard of Naval Branch Health Clinic Jackson-
ville prep a mannequin victim for transport during the drill.
As all rescue units backed off the throughout the building. As fire depart-
scene, Sailors from the NAS Jax ment personnel brought the victims out
Security Department arrived with their the back door, numerous medical per-
military working dog, Brix to search for sonnel from the Naval Branch Medical
explosive devices. Once the all clear was Center (NBMC) Jacksonville waited to
given, the rescue operations resumed. triage the injured.
For this exercise, numerous victims
with various injuries were scattered See DRILL, Page 9


Drill Triage Officer Capt. Marshall House, senior med-
ical officer at Naval Branch Health Clinic Jacksonville,
checks on a victim who was evacuated out of a build-
ing during the drill.


Drill Triage Officer Capt. Marshall House, senior medical officer at Naval Branch Medical Clinic Jacksonville, instructs HM3 Andrew
Carpenter, also of the clinic, where to move a victim in the triage area.








JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 23, 2006


F,


A Lifeflight
helicopter
from Baptist
Medical Center
is directed
onto a field
by an NAS
Jacksonville
firefighter
to evacuate a victim
during the drill.

Photos by
Kaylee LaRocque


Lifeflight crewmembers from Baptist Medical Center move a victim to the helicopter to transport her during Ihe drill.


For more

drill coverage

from Naval

Hospital

Jacksonville,

see Page 10


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NAS Jax firefighters help a victim out of the building to awaiting medical personnel.


HMC Fintan Heward of Naval Branch Health
NAS Jax firefighter Robert Schooley (center) gets a decontamina- Clinic Jacksonville helps stabilize a victim's arm
tion washdown from his co-workers, Lt. Troy Thrift (left), and fire- before he is transported to Naval Hospital
fighters Avery Krovitch and Frank Knott. Jacksonville for treatment.


DRILL: Responders


hone skills with



quarterly exercises

From Page 8
"I think these drills are really good because we get the
organizational skills needed to take care of a bunch of
injured victims simultaneously, determine what's wrong
with them and get them ready for transport," stated Capt.
Marshall House, senior medical officer at NBMC Jax and
triage officer for the exercise. "These drills really help us
because our people have to go and do the real thing over
in Iraq."
As each patient was evaluated, they were sent to a des-
ignated area based on their injuries. The more severe
were immediately put in the awaiting ambulances and
rushed to Naval Hospital Jax where the emergency
department also participated in the drill. One victim was
also transported by Baptist Medical Center's LifeFlight.
"We were fortunate they that were able to participate in
our exercise because they had an actual emergency short-
ly before our drill and we weren't sure they would make
it," said Melott.
Because the drill called for a dirty bomb, decontamina-
tion measures were also in place both on site and at the
hospital. "This was a great exercise because it gave every-
one the opportunity to exercise their part of the disaster
preparedness plan," Melott continued.


About an hour after the drill began, all the victims were
accounted for and were being treated by medical person-
nel.
"Overall, things went well but there are a few things we
need to work on. We're getting better every drill we have,
but there is always some area we need to work on. We had
a few minor problems but things went fairly smoothly,"
stated NAS Jax Assistant Fire Chief of Training Fred
Lanier. "This time we had a different scenario, which was
great because we can always use the training. We'll have
another drill shortly before the air show in October."
On hand to observe the exercise were representatives
from Clay and Gadsden Counties and Reedy Creek
Improvement District. "I met all these officials at a recent
class I attended. So I invited them to come here to observe
and provide us with their input and ideas," said Melott.
"I think this drill went extremely well. There was good
coordination between all the elements. The fire depart-
ment established command early on, bringing in the
emergency medical services people. The staging looked
good and the triage went well," commented Tim Moore,
deputy chief, Emergency Management and Special
Response Emergency Services, Reedy Creek Improvement
District, which has jurisdiction over Disney World in
Orlando. "I think the biggest thing I'm taking back to my
organization is the use of flags during the exercise. The
fire and medical departments used flags to let everyone
know where each area was located such as the command
post and triage categories. It's a great idea. Everyone
knew where to take the victims."
"Our department runs about 38,000 calls a year. If we
have a weapons of mass destruction event where thou-
sands of people are hurt, the flags would be a great idea to
keep things organized. I think we'll make ours a lot bigger
and use a large pole though," he continued.
By working together as a team, emergency responders
here seem well prepared for any emergency that might
occur.


MA2 Brad Waters of the NAS Jax Security Department points
to an area to investigate as MA2 Justin Morris and Military
Working Dog Brix, also from NAS Jax, scout a building for a
secondary explosive device during the drill.


DT1(FMF) Richard Browne of Naval Branch Health Clinic
Jacksonville assesses a victim during the drill.


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


Drill provides


lessons learned


for hospital,


clinic responders
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
he base-wide Bombs, Burns and Blast Drill conduct-
ed aboard NAS Jacksonville the morning of March
16 provided Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Naval
Branch Health Clinic (NBHC) Jacksonville staff an oppor-
tunity to put their response plans to the test and gain
valuable experience. Their goal was to learn as much as
possible in a simulated scenario in order to be as prepared
as possible for a real event everyone hopes will never hap-
pen.
According to HM2 Johnnie Garner, the hospital's assis-
tant emergency planner, the drill involved virtually every-
one on staff from Emergency Room personnel to the
Facilities Department and Pastoral Care. The drill took
place with minimal or no impact to actual patient care as
was confirmed by Lt. Cmdr. Marnie Buchanan. The
Emergency Department Nurse said she personally took
care of actual patients in the ED while other staff handled
arriving drill "victims."
With notification of the simulated bomb blast to the
NBHC and activation of the hospital Emergency
Operations Center (EOC) under the direction of
Emergency Planner Dana Shropshire, the medical person-
nel went into action. Ambulance crews from the NBHC
headed for the incident site to join Fire Department
responders who were already on scene rescuing victims
from the building.
At the hospital, members of the hospital Emergency
Operations Center, tasked with directing and managing
the hospital's resources in such an event, reported for
duty, Security personnel were placed at hospital entrances
and other key locations and constant communication was
coordinated between the hospital and the on-scene
Command Post. Hospital staff without specific assigned
duties reported to the Manpower Pool to be available
should they be called.
With word that the event included a radiological ele-
ment, the hospital set up a decontamination wash site
adjacent to the Emergency Department. Hospital person-
nel who would be in contact with patients entering the
area suited up in Chemical, Biological and Radiological
(CBR) protective suits. Six "patients" were put through
the decontamination wash.
Twenty "patients" were brought by NBHC ambulance
crews to the hospital. The victims suffered from a range of
wounds. There were "walking wounded" with scrapes,
bruises, cuts and minor burns and on the other end of the
scale, life-threatening injuries such as severe burns,
impaled objects and radiation exposure. Garner said 19 of
the "victims" survived the disaster. One (a mannequin)
"died" shortly after arriving at the Emergency
Department door.
Buchanan explained what happened as the victims
arrived. Once the patients were tested and determined to
be free of contaminants they were brought into the hospi-
tal for treatment. Although they had been initially triaged
at the incident, site, they were again triaged to determine
if their condition had changed and in order to direct them
to appropriate care areas. Patients tagged "Red" were


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HM3(FMF) Darrius Willis (left), with litter bearers CS1 Ricky Wakefield and SH3 Terrence Vaughan, unload a drill "patient"
arriving by ambulance at the Naval Hospital Jacksonville Emergency Department.
System (NDMS) an agency of the Homeland Security
Department, provided .a lot of information to learn from.
For emergency planners that's where.the real work
begins, seeing what needs to be done better and making it
happen.
For the players in the drill everything, was over by
i i lunchtime, all the victims were healed (even the dead
ones) and victims and responders all headed back to their
everyday duties. Simulations are so much better than the
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Photos by HM I (SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Terrence Murray tracks the sta-
tus of each of the victims coming in to the hospital from the
mass casualty incident.
critical patients and were stabilized in the Emergency
Department and directed to either the Intensive Care
Unit or the Operating Room. "Yellow" tagged patients had
serious but less immediate injuries and were treated in
the Emergency Room waiting area. "Green," walking
wounded patients had injuries that required minimal
intervention. They were treated in the Family Practice
Clinic before being released to go home.
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I.T.T. sponsors

annual travel fair
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Hundreds of visitors stopped by
the Navy Exchange complex
Saturday to see what the
annual NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department Infor-
mation, Tickets and Tours (I.T.T.)
Travel Fair had to offer. They found a
variety of booths manned by represen-
tatives from area hotels, attractions
and base recreational departments, all
offering information and military dis-
counts on their establishments.
Each year, the NAS Jacksonville
I.T.T. Office sponsors an annual
spring travel fair. "We have more than
40 vendors representing hotels and
attractions from all over Florida and
Georgia here today. We're very excited
to have them here because they offer
great opportunities for the military
families," said I.T.T. Manager Jenny
Wallace. "This event takes all year to
put together. We are part of the tri-
base region and we all host these
events. NS Mayport had their travel
fair last Thursday, NSB Kings Bay,
Ga. hosted theirs on Friday and ours
is the last one in the series. We hope
that by having it on a beautiful sunny
Saturday, lots of people will stop by
and check out the booths."
Some of the vendors at the travel fair
included Disney World, Univer-sal, sev-
eral dinner shows, cruise lines, The'
Alligator Farm in St. Augustine, Clay
County Visitor's Center, numerous
hotels and resorts, NAS Jax MWR
facilities and the NAS Jax Navy Lodge.
"Visitors to the travel fair were able
to win some great prizes such as stays
at resorts and tickets to area attrac-
tions, just for stopping by the booths.
The vendors sponsored all the prizes.
To win, guests were required to stop
by at least five booths and have a spe-
cial passport signed to be eligible,"
Wallace continued.
"I'm a Reservist here and decided to
take an early break and stop by the
Navy Exchange. I saw the travel fair,
and thought I'd walk through, and
take a look. I ended up picking up
some great information," said Capt.
Andrew Ostapski, a JAG Corps officer
with VTU-Law 0805 at Navy Oper-
ation Support Command Jacksonville.
"I'm thrilled to be here and am get-
ting some great information on area
attractions and lodging, especially the
Navy Lodge."
And not only were the visitors excit-
ed to get some great travel informa-


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Natalie Hurtado, a representative with The Alligator Farm in St. Augustine, Fla.,
holds Charlie, an American alligator, as 6-year-old Nicholas Hulsey checks him out
at the I.T.T. Travel Fair Saturday.


NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Marketing Director Shannon Leonard
(center) and I.T.T. Group Travel Coordinator Pam Tierney give Raymond Rodriguez
a passport to get stamped by vendors at the I.T.T. Travel Fair. Guests were required
to.get five stamps on their passports from the vendors to be eligible to win prizes.
tion, but the vendors were thrilled to *.
provide it. "This is such an exciting -
event, whether people are just visit- ..
ing here or whether they live here,
they get so much information all -.
within a quarter of a mile," said Clay
County Director of Tourism and Film
Development Division Eve Symanski.
"We are here today because Clay
County is close to the base and has
wonderful events available to the mil-
itary families."
If you missed this year's travel fair, '"
next year's event is already in the Capt. Andrew Ostapski, a JAG Corps
planning stages. "We're already plan- officer with VTU-Law 0805 at Navy Op-
ning for another successful event next ration Support Command Jacksonville,
spring," Wallace said. talks with NAS Jax Navy Lodge Manager
For more information about I.T.T. Donato Nosce about what the lodges
events and tickets, call 542-3318. have to offer, here and worldwide.


HELPING HANDS

Dignity-U-Wear volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a charitable organization that provides
new clothing to needy individuals and families is looking for volun-
teers. 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 desperately needs more vol-
unteers Monday through Saturday to help sort the truckloads of
incoming clothing and then pack this clothing into boxes for distribu-
tion to the area chapels. For more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or e-mail 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
youl Volunteers are needed to dedicate one morning each week to
give school tours. The Cummer Docent Corps provides an invalu-
able service to the museum and to its visitors. From monthly training
lectures to the finished tour, docents use a combination of important
historical information and good humor to bring works of art to life. If
you are interested in volunteering, please, contact Susan Gallo by
phone at 899-6006 or by e-mail at sgallo@cummer.org.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for various construction
projects. For more information, call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext.
253. The HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating donat-
ed materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc., serves Green Cove
Springs, Orange Park, Middleburg, Keystone Heights and Penney
Farms. Volunteers are needed Tuesday through Saturday through-
out the year to help out. For more information, call Gamble Wright-
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Some civilian sector dentistry now covered


By Cmdr. Garry Schulte
NBHC Jacksonville Dental Department Head
here are new options for active
duty dental patients! The
Military Medical Sup-port Office
(MMSO) has established a new policy
that provides for active duty service
members to seek specific dental treat-
,ment from any civilian dentist. The
new program has been developed
because of a shortage of active duty
dentists and in recognition of the bene-
fits of improving the dental health of
the active duty forces.
The intent of this new policy is to
improve the dental health of active
duty personnel not to provide a dental
"extreme makeover" for the patients.
Limitations do exist regarding the
treatment authorized of civilian den-
tists.
Optimizing dental health enhances
force health protection by reducing the
burden of illness and disability on our
active duty members. The dental
emergency rate for Dental Class 1
patients is less than half the rate for


Dental Class 2 patients and one-tenth
the rate for Dental Class 3 patients.
About 30 percent of Dental Class 2-
patients that have dental decay will
become Dental Class 3 if not treated
within 12 months. Dental Class 1
patients consume fewer resources to
maintain their dental health and they
experience a significant reduction of
lost duty time related to equivalent
populations of Dental Class 2 and 3
patients.
Under this new program, the dental
department of Naval Branch Health
Clinic Jackson-ville acts as the refer-
ring and approval authority for care.
Funding for this care is provided by
the MMSO located at Great Lakes, ll.
For this direct referral, MMSO will
pay the full, customary fee for the
specified treatment. With very few lim-
itations, the service member is free to
choose any civilian dental provider
possessing a valid dental license.
Please note: This is not an inde-
pendent insurance program. This pro-
gram is only for specific active duty


service members that have been
referred for dental care by our clinic.
MMSO will not pay for dental care
provided to family members, retirees,
or service
members that are not on active duty.
The service member is referred for
limited, specific care. MMSO will not
pay for any procedures that are not
specifically identified on the referral
from our clinic. Some treatments not
normally paid for include braces,
implants and procedures for cosmetic
purposes only.
The plan will normally be started
when the service member completes
their annual exam and specific treat-
ment is identified. If someone is in the
middle of a treatment regimen, they
can still be referred to a civilian if
their remaining treatment fits the
guidelines. For NAS Jacksonville
patients all treatment funded by this
program must first be approved by a
dentist from the dental department of
NBHC Jacksonville. For further infor-
mation, call 542-3441.


Veterans Administration medical compensation

filing help available for members leaving the service


From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs

f you are separating from the
armed forces in 180 to 60 days and
have decided to put in a medical
claim for compensation through the
Department of Veteran Affairs (VA)
then this message is for you!
Your first step in initiating the
claims process will be to contact a
Veterans Service Representative
(VSR) for your area.
After the application is submitted,
QTC Medical Services, the medical
services company contracted by the VA
to coordinate the completion of your
exam, will contact you via phone with
information of available dates and
times to schedule your general medical


examination with an area provider.
Important note: Completing this
Department of Defense (DoD)/VA com-
prehensive examination satisfies the
requirement for your out-processing by
the Armed Services and the VA
through the Benefits Delivery at
Discharge Program. This means you
will only need to complete only one
examination. In the event that you are
under the 60 days before your EAOS,
which is considered by the VA an
insufficient amount of time to com-
plete the DoD/VA examination, you
will need to contact the Physical
Examinations Department at the NAS
Jax Branch Health Clinic at 542-3500,
Ext. 8736 to schedule a military sepa-
ration or retirement physical examina-
tion. This means you will have to wait


until you are either separated or
retired from service before you can file
an application for compensation
through the VA.
Once you are either separated or
retired you will need to contact your
nearest VA medical treatment facility
to initiate the medical claims process.
If you have any questions or require
any further assistance, please don't
hesitate to contact either Hodges at
the number above or Elvin Santiago at
542-3500, Ext. 8757/8756.
Byron Hodges, the VSR for NAS
Jacksonville, is located in Building 554
between Keily Street and Enterprise
Avenue. Appointments can be made by
calling 573-6312.


Jacksonville CERT


volunteers needed

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department
Emergency Preparedness Division is offering a special
training program to help citizens deal with emergency
situations.
The Jacksonville Community Emergency Response
Team (CERT) is a program developed to train and edu-
cate citizens in recognition, response and recovery from
a major disaster when emergency services can't respond
immediately.
The eight-week long program teaches volunteers how
the program works, fire safety, medical operations
including treating life threatening injuries, triage and
public health concerns, search and rescue, terrorism
incidents, communications, disaster psychology and how
to use different strategies depending on the situation.
Volunteers will also participate in a final disaster pre-
paredness exercise to use the skills they've learned.
The goal of the CERT program is to have volunteers
help make their communities safer, stronger and better
prepared for preventing and handling threats of terror-
ism, crime and disasters.
Classes are ongoing and volunteers are always need-
ed. The next class begins April 18 from 6-9 p.m. and is
held every following Tuesday night for eight weeks.
Saturday classes begin April 22 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Classes can be alternated to accommodate volunteer's
schedules. All classes are held at the Duval County
Emergency Operations Center in the Fire and Rescue
Headquarters building at 515 N. Julia Street.
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Customers alerted to rise in use of fraudulent coupons


By Rick Brink
Defense Commissary Agency


e careful how you
get your Internet
cou-pons. That's the
word from Defense
Commissary Agency
(DeCA) officials who are
alerting customers about a
recent rise in the use of
fraudulent Internet or
home-printed coupons and
steps the agency has taken
to address the issue.
Commissaries gladly
accept Internet or home-
printed coupons provided
they meet these require-
ments: the coupons must
have "dot-scan" bars below
expiration dates or bar
codes with Product
Identification Numbers
(PINs), and they can't be
for free products. .
This is an expansion of
acceptance criteria for
home-printed coupons
because counterfeit
coupons have shown up
recently in commissaries
and other supermarkets
nationwide. Officials are
pointing to Internet trad-
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counterfeit coupons.
"Counterfeit coupons are
circulating on the Internet
through auction services,
message boards, e-mails
and other means causing
millions of dollars in losses
to the grocery industry,"
said Scott Simpson, DeCA's
chief operating officer.
Fraudulent coupons pre-
sented recently at commis-
saries were for products


ranging from laundry
detergents, air fresheners
and deli meats to sodas,
chips and over-the-counter
medications. Defining
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home-printed coupons is
one phase of action the
agency is taking to combat
the problem. Educating
customers about how to
avoid getting taken by
counterfeit coupons is the
other phase, and it's been
described as the best line
of defense against possible
fraud, Simpson said.
People who purchase or
trade coupons are inher-
ently at risk of receiving
counterfeit coupons, there-
fore customers shouldn't
buy or trade for coupons.
The sale or transfer of
coupons is a violation of
virtually all manufactur-
ers' coupon redemption
policies, according to the
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Center, a coupon industry
watchdog. These policies
are printed on the coupons.
Customers can be
assured they are not
obtaining counterfeits if
they get their coupons
directly from newspapers
or magazines, directly from


a manufacturer or from
some other legitimate
coupon channel, including
Internet sites.
Legitimate Internet
coupons are featuring new
dot-scan bars below their
expiration dates. The dot-
scan bars look like bar
codes with broken bar pat-
terns. Internet coupons
also usually have PINs and
bar codes, and they are not
for free products.
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Look for the dot-scan
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If they don't have a dot-
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side.
Look out for multiple
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From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
he Red Cross Junior
Summer Volunteer,
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, then the
Junior Volunteer Summer
Program is for them.
Interested high school stu-
dents between the ages of
15 and 18 are encouraged
to apply before April 25.
Enrollment is limited, so
the applicants should apply
early. The Red Cross Volun-


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interview all junior appli-
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In Recognition of
LT. JOSEPH W. STERLING
for serving in the
United States Navy for 24 years.
We appreciate you and love you.
Father, friend, Counselor & Great Supporter
Your children
Will, Joseph, Anja and Friends.
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Hunt needs

volunteers
From Staff
he NAS Jax Youth
Activities Center is
looking for people to
assist with this year's
Easter Egg Hunt April 14
at 7 p.m. at the McCaffrey
Softball Field Complex.
For more information, call
778-9772.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque


Towers get a new look

















Scott Starratt (left) and Sean Johnson of ESA Environmental Specialists, Inc. paint the
inside of one of NAS Jacksonville's water towers March 16. Four water towers at NAS Jax
are being cleaned and painted. The project is expected to be completed by late summer at
a cost of approximately $600,000.
(Left) A protective barrier covers one of the four water towers located at NAS
Jacksonville during the restoration project to clean and paint the towers. "We have to fol-
low strict safety and environmental regulations while doing this project," said Site
Superintendent Robert Raymond Jr. of ESA Environmental Specialists, Inc. who was
awarded the contract.


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Spring fire safety


From the NASJax Fire Department
S spring is here, and it's now time to
do away with winter clutter that
has accumulated throughout and
around your home. Spring clean- "
ing helps prevent fires in the home.
Remember, cluttered areas give
fires a place to start!
To help have a fire-safe spring
season, your NAS Jacksonville Fire
Prevention Division provides the
following safety tips:
Dispose of boxes that are no
longer necessary. They can accumu-
late and add to the fire load.
Store paints, fuels and all
ignitable liquids in a cool, locked
metal cabinet. Do not store chemi-
cals that are not compatible together
such as pool chemicals, oils, gasoline and
cleaning products. If you're not sure, call
a fire station near your home and ask for
their advice.
Dispose of oily rags and rags used to
wipe up after fueling various mechanical


equipment during the winter months. It
doesn't have to be very warm in your
garage or storage area for rags to heat up
and self-ignite. Rags used to apply furni-
ture polish can also be dangerous and
should be replaced.
Check family storage areas. Attics,
basements, and closets also pose
threats. Dispose of anything you
don't use. At the very least, straight-
ki en things up while observing good
housekeeping practices.
Do not place any combustible
material or items within three
feet of furnaces, water heaters or
\ other heat sources.
S* Routinely check behind and
underneath the clothes dryer, vacuum to
remove excess lint and dust buildup.
Before doing any outdoor burning,
contact your local fire department to
obtain guidance or procedures. In your
area, burning outside could be prohibited.
Spring cleaning is a good time to make
your home fire-safe. Prevent fires before
they start.


Fire inspections being conducted
at Yellow Water housing complex


From the NAS Jax Fire
Prevention Office
The NAS Jax Fire De-
partment, Fire Pre-
vention Division, is
now conducting the annual
military family housing fire
safety inspection and brief-
ing for 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
accomplished in the pres-
ence of an adult.
This program is designed
to ensure maximum safety
of all housing residents
through information that
will help in practicing good
housekeeping and what
actions to take in the event


of a fire or emergency in
the home. Smoke and car-
bon monoxide alarms will
be tested to ensure proper
operation.
In the event the resident
is not at home during these


visits, a callback slip will be
placed on the door. The Fire
Prevention Division should
be notified by calling 542-
2783 or 542-3928 to have
the fire safety inspection
and briefing rescheduled.


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HOSPITAL AWARD: Commitment to excellence lauded
From Page 1


Photos by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Northeast Florida Environmental Compliance Partnering Team members proudly display
the 2006 Team Charter.


the hospital staff delivered
great customer service. The
hospital was the top Navy
military treatment facility
for the TRICARB Depart-
ment of Defense Patient
Satisfaction Award in 2004,
and received the 2005 Best
of TRICARE on the Web
Gold Star for outstanding
Military Treatment Facility
Web site.
The citation also lauded
the hospital's role as a
teaching hospital. The
graduates of the Family
Practice Residency Pro-
gram, the largest residency
program in Navy medicine,
received the second highest
scores in the state of
Florida on the family medi-
cine board certification
examination in 2004.
Another area which
exemplified the staffs com-
mitment to excellence was
the urology clinic which
was recognized by the
Society of Government
Urologists for operating the
"Most Productive Urology
Clinic" in Navy medicine in
fiscal year 2003.
Being honored with the
Meritorious Unit Commen-
dation is one more confir-
mation that Naval Hospital
Jacksonville is providing

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Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr,)
Raquel Bono, Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
Mark Boensel and hospital Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW/AW) Richard Sylve display the Meritorious Unit
Commendation pennant presented to the hospital by Boensel
on behalf of the Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval
Operations.
family-centered health care enlisted, officers and civil-
that is second to none and ians alike, are part of a
that it is exceeding its mis- healthcare team that as
sion both at home and Boensel said, "are doing a
deployed. The entire staff, lot of great things."


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(From left) Kevin Gartland, NAS Jacksonville Environmental Department director,
Ebenezer Gujjarlapudi, Environmental Quality Division, Environmental Resource
Management Department chief, City of Jacksonville and Mike Fitzsimmons, Waste
Management Programs administrator, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
review the goals of the Northeast Florida Environmental Compliance Partnering Team
during an executive brief March 16 at the NAS Jax Riverview Visitor Quarters.

ENVIRONMENTAL: Partnership renewed
From Page 1 r i 1 "a


mit, inspection and reporting
processes.
"Our success is mainly due to
mutual trust and open commu- .
nication," remarked Kevin
Gartland, NAS Jacksonville
Environmental Department
director. "Working in small tech-
nical committees between quar-
terly team meetings we have
developed innovative solutions
to several environmental issues
including prototype procedures
for managing solid waste man- _
agement units on Navy installa-
tions in the State of Florida and Comma
cleaning up the contaminated Mark B
soil in the wetlands of an air- Enviror
craft mishap site. We are active .Davis
partners with the city and state Environ
in reducing pollution in the St. after th
Johns River and will jointly
sponsor an environmental work-
shop for Jacksonville industry later this
summer."
Representing Jacksonville Mayor
John Peyton, who was in Tallahassee,
was Brad Thoburn, City of Jacksonville
Federal and State Legislation Program
director. "The Navy is very important to
Jacksonville and we are always looking
for ways of partnering and this environ-
mental team is an excellent example,"


wander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm.
ioensel (left), City of Jacksonville Director,
mental Resources Management Janice E.
and Naval Air Depot Jacksonville
mental Director Peter Gallant share stories
e cake-cutting ceremony March 16.

he said. "Here today we have the same
interest, the same goals and the same
end-game."
NAS Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson, NS Mayport
Commanding Officer Capt. Charles
King, Naval Air Depot Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. John
Scanlan and Navy Public Works Center
Executive Officer Capt.Van Dobson
were also in attendance.


Environmental Information


Exchange planned in Virginia

from NAVAIR with NAVAIR's environmental and acqui-
sition experts. The primary goal of the
T he eighth annual Fleet EIE is to identify unresolved fleet envi-
Environmental Information Ex-
change (EIE) will be held May 9-11 ronmental needs and provide solutions in
at the Naval Amphibious Base Little real time at the meeting.
Creek Conference Center in Virginia NAVAIR encourages fleet representa-
Beach, Va. tives from. all Navy and Marine Corps
SEach year, the Naval Air Systems hazardous material, supply, support
Command's (NAVAIR) Environmental
Support Office (AIR 1.1E) holds the Fleet equipment, ordnance and corrosion con-
EIE to address the outstanding environ- trol programs to attend. Military and
mental management needs of aviation civilian personnel can register for the EIE
maintenance personnel through the time- online at www.enviro-navair.navy.mil.
ly exchange of advice about approved, Other interested parties, including con-
innovative maintenance practices and tractors, can contact Cindy Webber at
technologies.
The EIE provides Sailors and Marines (760) 939-2060 or by e-mail at
with an opportunity to discuss their envi- Cynthia.webber@navy.mil to register.
ronmental maintenance-related issues Registration will also be available onsite.

RED CROSS: Needs summer program recruits
From Page 12 Applications must be returned to the
Red Cross Office by April 25, with a copy of
designated areas of the hospital under the applicant's immunization record and
supervision of the staff members. The current PPD. Orientation is June 3-4. Call
Junior Volunteer Program requires a mini- Christy Prall at 542-7525 for more infor-
mum of four hours per week. mation.


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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
motorboats.
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-
3518/3229.
Learn to Lift Program
Monday at 9 a.m. and Tuesdays at 4 p.m.
Free
Sign-up at the Fitness Source front desk.
Bench Press Competition
April 19, 4:30 p.m.
Fitness Source


For more information about I.TT trips or ticket prices,
please call'542-3318.
Concert and show tickets available on base:
Lifesong Tour Casting Crowns
Featuring Nichole Nordeman, Josh Bates, and Speaker
Tony Nolan
April 15, 7 p.m.
$43
Club section of the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Arena.

All-Navy Women's Soccer

Team needs players to apply
By Ingrid Mueller
Marketing and Multimedia Development Branch, CNI Millington Detachment
he Navy Sports Program will hold tryouts and a
training camp from April 11 to May 1 at NS
Mayport for Sailors interested in competing for a
spot on the All-Navy women's soccer team..
"Soccer is our largest women's All-Navy team sport, and
we need a roster of at least 18 athletes to be able to field a
team," said Donald Golden, head of the Navy Sports
Program for the Navy's Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Division, .Comrnmander, Navy
Installations Command (CNIC),
Millington, Tenn. Detachment.
"We would like to invite a
group of at least 25 athletes to
try out for the 18 available ros-
ter spots."
Sailors with high school or col-
legiate soccer experience are
encouraged to complete a Navy Sports
Program application, which is available on the MWR Web
site at www.mwr.navy.mil/mwrprgms/sports.htm. The
application, which gathers basic command and personal
information, must be signed by the individual's command-
ing officer. Applications are due to the Navy Sports Office
no later than April 1. To expedite the process, applications
can also be submitted via fax to 901-874-6831/DSN 882.
"It's important to note that there is no cost to the
Sailor's command," said Golden. "The Navy Sports
Program will pay for all costs involved with participation
in the program."
Athletes selected as members of the All-Navy women's
soccer team will compete in the Armed Forces Sports
Championships against teams from the Marine Corps,
Army and Air Force.
Following inter-service competition, the very best Navy
soccer players will be selected to compete as members of
the U.S. All-Armed Forces Team and go on to the Military
World Games, which will be held in Paris, France from
May 22 to June 4. The athletes will compete against
teams from Germany, Canada, the Netherlands, France
and ESALO (combined African team).
"We are also looking for Navy personnel who are inter-
ested in coaching the soccer team," added Golden. "Any
base varsity coaches with prior experience in soccer are
invited to submit the same application as the players,
added Golden.
Completed applications should be faxed to the Navy
Sports Office at 901-874-6831. Applications may also be
mailed to: Commander, Navy Installations Command,
Millington Detachment, Navy Sports Office, N221E, 5720
Integrity Drive, Bldg. 457, Millington, TN 38054-6510.
For the complete sports schedule and more informa-
tion, including the Navy Sports application, please visit
the Navy Sports Web site at www.mwr.navy.mil/mwr-
prgms/
sports.htm or call the Navy Sports Office at 901-874-
6621/DSN 882 or e-mail at donald.golden@navy.mil.


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St. Johns Bass Anglers Club member Jack Avery weighs the day's cat
for participants during last year's NAS Jax Bass Tournament. Th
year's event is planned for April 15. Call 542-3260 for details.

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. Fo

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
May 28-29, 8 p.m.
$96, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena


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.

Comedy Zone Trip
Tuesday
Free admission and free appetizers.

Universal Studios Day Trip
April 1
$30 includes, admission, pass to ride on a Mardi Gras
float and the chance to see Garvin DeGraw in concert!
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$20 includes, paint, lunch and transportation.


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


Movies are shown at the base theater and open
to all hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Waiting (R)
March 31, 7 p.m. Dreamer (PG)
April 1, 5 p.m. Fun with Dick and Jane (PG-13)
hoto April 1, 7 p.m. -Aeon Flux (PG-13)
tch April 7, 7 p.m. Chronicles of Narnia (PG)
his

For more information on the golf course, please
call 542-3249. For Mulligan's, call 542-2936.



or more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772.
Month of the Military Child Carnival
April 8, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Games, prizes, sno-cones and much more!
he annual NAS Jax Easter Egg Hunt will be heldApril'
at 7 p.m. at the McCaffrey Softball Field Complex. For
more information, call 778-9772.


An Easter Egg Brunch and Egg Hunt will be held April 16
from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The cost is $20 for adults and
$10 for children 12 and under.
For reservations, call the NAS Jax Officers' Club at 542-
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Annual Navy Run


coming up April I


By Staff
N AS Jax will host the Capt.
Charles Cornett 10K
Navy Run/5K Walk April
1 at 7:30 a.m. Only authorized
patrons with base access can reg-
ister on site the day of the race.
The public is invited to partici-
pate 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 chil-
dren 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 follow-.
ing in the Navy Exchange park-
ing lot. Awards will be presented
to the top three male and female
finishers, top masters and grand
masters,, plus three males and
females in each age group for the
10K. The top male and female in
the wheelchair category will also
receive awards. The 5K Walk is
non-competitive 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 mas-
sages will also be offered.
For more information, call 542-
3518 or 542-2930.


File photo
A cannon shot fired by the NAS Jax Weapons Department signals the start of the race for the 276 runners taking
part in last year's Navy 10K Run aboard NAS Jax. This year's run will be held April 1. For more information, call
542-3239.


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


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


Navy seeks applicants for 2006 All-Navy Chess Team


From Staff
he Inter-service Chess
Tournament will be held
June 11-17 at NAS Jack-
sonville. The All-Navy team will
be comprised of six team mem-
bers and will be selected from the
application.
Active-duty Navy personnel
interested in being selected must
submit an application no later
than April 1. Applications must
include the U.S. Chess
Foundation (USCF) membership
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of registration, USCF rating, date
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26.
Application forms are available
on the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Web site at
www.mwr.navy.mil, under mis-
sion essential branch.
Packages must contain com-
mand endorsement stating that
the individual will-be available to
attend all events if selected. All
applications can be submit direct-
ly -to Commander, Navy
Installations, Millington
Detachment, (N221), 5720
Integrity Drive, Building 457,


Millington, TN 38055-6500 or via
fax: (901) 874-6831 or DSN 882-
6831.
Individuals selected for the
2006 Navy chess team will be
notified via phone call or e-mail
no later than May 1. The selec-
tion will also be posted on the
MWR Web site. All personnel
selected will have requested no
cost to the government TAD
orders. All travel arrangements.
will be coordinated by N221.
For more information, call Julie
Smith at (901) 874-6533 or DSN
882-6533.


Local park offers free nature classes


The following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center locat-
ed across the NAS Jax
Main Gate at 7000
Roosevelt Boulevard. All
classes require advance
reservations by calling
573-2498.
Nature Crafts using
Recycled Products
April 3
10-11:30 a.m.
Make a statement in
support of recycling and
Earth Day by bringing
your clean recyclables and
using them to create a
unique nature craft.
Coffee with the
Birds
April 5
9:30-10:30 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing
inside a climate-controlled
building with your morn-
ing cup of coffee and look-
ing out our .large picture
windows at the birds visit-
ing our birdfeeders. What
a great way to start your
day! Beverages provided.


Worms and
Composting
April 6
10-11:30 a.m.
Did you know that an
acre of soil can contain as
many as a million earth-
worms? Learn more about
these slimy creatures,
their position in the food
chain, and how to set up
worm composting. Each
participant should bring a
clear quart size or larger
container.
Gardening for
Butterflies
April 29
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Learn more about gar-
dening for butterflies from
Marc Minno, noted butter-
fly expert and author of
five books on butterflies.
Minno will present a slide
program on butterfly gar-
dening, followed by a tour
of the gardens.
His will also conduct a
book signing of his fourth
and fifth books Florida
Butterfly Gardening and
Florida Butterfly Caterpil-


lars and Their Host Plants. Teams of two will use
Map and Compass their new knowledge to
Instruction find eight locations within
April 29 the park woods. Each par-
10 a.m.-noon ticipant must have a flat
Instructions cover boxing acrylic/plastic compass and
a compass to determine mosquito repellent. For
bearings, setting up travel more information or to reg-
locations on a map, and ister, please email John
determining bearings to Trow at Johntrow3@juno.
travel locations. com.


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The second annual Patriot Ride will be
held Saturday with the last bike out at 11 a.m.
Registration can be done at the NAS Jax
USO and at Adamec's Harley Davidson on
the day of the event. For more information, go
to www.usojax.org.
The third annual Bob Coonan Memorial
Charity Golf Tournament is April 6. To
obtain a sign up sheet for this event, contact
K. C. McCarthy at kcmccarthy@usojax.com.
Volunteer opportunities
Paint the Town Saturday, 8 a.m. at
Bethany Baptist Church, 2414 Lewis Street.,
Volunteers will scrape and paint several
homes in an area in need. To sign up and
get credit for your volunteer hours, please cPll
or email Wendy at wlayton@usojax.com or
call 246-3481.


A variety of shifts are available at the USO
Welcome Center Jacksonville Interna-
tional Airport. Volunteers are needed for
various overnight and early morning shifts. To
commit yourself, your command or organiza-
tion to a shift or for more details, please con-
tact Lynne Pratt at 305-4467 or email
lynne@usojax. com.
The following shifts are available:
4 a.m. 9 a.m. Monday, Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday
9 p.m. midnight Tuesday Wednesday,
Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Midnight 4 a.m. Monday through
Sunday
For more information on the NAS Jax USO,
go to www.usojax.org or call 778-2821.


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The following classes are available for
new parents:
First Time Parents
11:30 a.m.
March 17, 24
April 7, 14, 21, 28
May 5, 12,19
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March 20
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May 1, 8, 15, 22
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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meet-
ings are held the second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist
Church Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter
38 meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appoint-
ment or for more information, call 269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired employees to their
regular monthly meeting the second Tuesday of
each month at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library,
22054 Plainfield Avenue in Orange Park. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited
to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held
the second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at
The Country Cabin restaurant located on
Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to
any single, divorced, separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
The MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange
Park/Westside holds their business meeting the
second Thursday of each month from 101-11 a.m.
at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Boulevard across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for playgroups, field trips,
MOMS Nite Out and family outings. For informa-
tion, contact Angela Adams at 688-0077 or visit
momsclubopw@yahoo.com
The Association of Aviation Ordnance-
men's meeting is held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on
Collins Road. For more information, call AO1


Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939. You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue
room. For more information, call Janneice Moore
at 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Association of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open invitation to all cur-
rently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
To bring attention to pet overpopulation in the
area, First Coast No More Homeless Pets is
holding a rally tomorrow from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at
Hemming Plaza in front of City Hall, 117 W. Duval
Street, Jacksonville. The rally will include speak-
ers on the importance of spay/neuter, awards and
free refreshments for people and their pets.
Leashed and vaccinated pets are welcome. Last
year, 20,050 pets were euthanized in Duval
County because they had no homes. To view
homeless pets in the area, visit www.petfinder.
com.
The St. Augustine Spring Art and Craft Festival
will be held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the Special Events/Francis Field near the St.
Augustine Visitor's Center. More than 150
exhibitors will be at the event. For more informa-
tion, call (904) 824-0716.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through September. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historic river-
front gardens, view the museum's Masterworks
collection and special exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's hands-on educa-
tion center. For more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.


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By Linda Brown
NMCRS


he Navy Marine Corp Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax offers Budget
for Babies classes the first and third
Wednesday of each month. These compre-
hensive classes are available to all military
personnel and their family members.
Participation of both parents is encour-
aged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and
financial planner helps the expecting par-
ents prepare a budget for baby from birth
through college. He offers money saving


tips for buying baby's first items such as
furniture, car seats, carriers and strollers.
Retirement planning for parents is also
discussed.
At the conclusion of the class each family
is given "baby's first sea bag'", valued at
$100. The sturdy canvas bag contains a
Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in
Building 13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the
first Wednesday of each month and from
6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call
542-3515.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in March and
April:
March 27-30, 7:30 a.m. -
4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (retir-
ing)


March 28 9 a.m. noon
- Anger Management Class
April 10-13, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
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Leprechaun Dash brings out runners


By O01 Mike England
Assistant Editor


It was a beautiful day for the
Leprechaun Dash as 80 run-
ners turned out to participate
in the 5K run. The event, spon-
sored by the NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR), was followed
by an awards ceremony.
Placing first overall and first in
the men's military category was
Ensign Brandon Secrest from the
Search and Rescue Swimmer
School with a time of 17:08.
Taking second in the military
men's category was Lt. Ryan
Hyslop of VRC-40 coming in at
17:34 followed by Lt. Cmdr. Jon
Risley of Naval Hospital,
Jacksonville who placed third
with a time of 17:42.
In the military women's catego-
ry, ET2 Mya Jensen of Fleet Area
Control and Surveillance Facility,
Jacksonville took first with a time


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And they're off! Runners sprint
Leprechaun Dash.
of 21:25, followed by Lt. j.g.
Whitney Jeleniewski of VP-8 at
22:51. and A03 Natalie Cebular of
VP-5 at 25:06.
Taking first in the male open
division was John Metzgar with a


Photos by JO1 Mike England
off the line during the start of the

time of 17:44, followed by John
Funk coming in at 19:56 and
Mark Seidl with a time of 20:46.
Christine Hokaj placed first in
the female open division with a
time of 23:33, followed by Paula


Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility, Jacksonville employee Mya
Jenson finished first in women's
open division.
Burch coming in at 24:58 and Luz
Mannion in third with a time of
25:30.


Lt. Ryan Hyslop was the second
man across the finish line at the
Leprechaun Dash Friday.
The next MWR-sponsored run
will be the annual Navy Run on
April 1 at 7:30 a.m. For more
information, call 542-3239.


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3-on-3 Sand volleyball league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, command
Department of Defense personnel and Reservists. The games are
played at lunchtime. All interested personnel should contact the ath-
letic department to get the required paperwork to join the league.
Tennis tournament is March 27
A Captain's Cup men and women's singles tennis tournament will
be held March 27. The tournament is free and open to all NAS Jax
active duty, Reservists, and Department of Defense personnel.
Participants will earn participation points for their command toward
the Captain's Cup and can earn additional points for finishing first,
second or third place. There will be a separate men and women's
division. The matches will be played at the Guy Ballou Tennis
Complex. Call the gym at 542-3239 to sign up by March 24.
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for indi-
viduals to officiate soccer, softball, football and volleyball at NAS
Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball. Experience is
not required. If interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S. Navy in 5K, 10K,
marathons and/or triathlons? The U.S. Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races. Uniforms are provid-
ed as well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs.


Interested runners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times.
If you have run in a sanctioned race and your time meets the
regional qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min. Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min. Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the sports articles, call Bill
Bonser, sports coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, email
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307 San Marco
310 Mandarin
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325 North Jacksonville
326 Springfield
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230 Georgia Real
23U Estate
MISTY HARBOR COASTAL GA.
tidal/, marsh view .87 ac,
www.geocities.com/d ebra2
935/Misty_Harbor_Lot_77

234 Bacon Co.,
234 A GA
Must sell this week 3/2,
.5 AC on Lake Lure
3 car garage, $70K o6o
912.632.0040/632-8333 after 6

246 Camden Co.,
GA
S Beautiful 3/2,
T located in Sugar
I | MIII split floor plan,
*" large fenced yard,
cul-de- sac, under onme
warranty. $183,500


B Beaut-iful 3/2
|located lake pines,
screened porch
fenced yard vinyl
siding, new roof, V1 lot
$164,900 912-5882-2969

SKINGLSAND 3/2,2 car
I gar, Ig fenced back
yrd, In ground pool,
new stove/ref, laun-
dry hook-up, window
treatments, rent $1100,
call 912.576&4028

Melrose, FL 5.75
acres, lot $190,000,
4 5 .3 acres corner lot
$199,000. Call
904-910-9303


294 Fernandina/
Amelia Island

NORTH HAMPTON
Lakefront&Golf
Course View
Popular Wakefield II
model 4/3/3
w/2573sq. ft. New
Buldt 42" staggered
kitchen cabinets, -
level 3 tlleset diago-
nally, beveled coun-
tertops, many more
upgrades. OWN0ER
MOTIVATED. LOWEST
PRICED WAKEFIELD IN
NORTH HAMPTON
$459,000. Call
261- 9680. This home
will not last at this
price.


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1490 Seawolf Trail
Beautiful executive
home in lovely
Pinecrest subdivision.
4br, 3.5 bath, over3000sf
w/ screened lanai and
upstairs loft.
A MUST SEE.
Open house Saturday
March 25th from
1:00 to 5:00. Questions
call Simone Donaldson
/Keller Williams
505-0979

<300 Avondale/
30 O rtega

CORNER LOT 3/3, LR, DR.
den, Fmr, ingrd pool,
new roof, concrete bik,
$319,900. Call 384-6041
MURRAY HILL, 3/1 Stucco
ch/a, Irg den, new kit,
detach gar, 1450 Stimson
$177,500.904.972- 5058

302 Riverside
Murray Hill Brick 2/1 +
sunrm 1277sf, hrdwd
firs, renov kit, workshop.
4555 College St. $171K.
forsaleby owner.corn
ID#20589841 894-6683

305 Southside

11963 BETULA -Nice 119k
0 dn. $890mo. 307-4145
-382-6654
2200SF -patio, 3/2, 2 car
gar new Fla rm, fncd,
249,900 Close to Avenu
e M31al Call 588-3357
Beautiful 3.2c,,mpleteli
remodeled (100si Nce
fienced back yaro
$145K 904 333 20E6
Beautiful gated comm,
CusL. uogrds 3'2.5 TH in
Drayton Pk, 1708sf, Oks
to preserve. 904-642-8514
E. HAMPTON FSBO 3/2
2gar. 2054SF, $349,900.
10568 Roundwood
Glenn Ct. 338-4456
Hampton Glen FSBO
3/2.5 2460sf, $422,900
Will Co-op with Agents.
904-519-0481/710-3438


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305 Southside
SII Vllaglo Condo, 2
bed/ 2.5 bath,
1 572sf, southslde
TInseltown Pre-
mium upgrades, end
unit, view of woods,
$229,900.
Call 904 612-3002
JULINGTON CREEK
-Beautiful 5/4, hrdwd
firs, preserve lot, 3,000sf,
$439k. 904-612-8860
LARGE HM 4736 Bank-
head Ave. 4/2.5, aprox
1700SF, new windows,
& appli $170K 744-6061
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Lake front, 2 bdrm, 2
BA, 2 cargar, tile firs.
$319,900.502-6262

306 Intracoastal
Beautiful 3/2,12066
S Sunchase Dr.
SPre qualified buy-
ers call 642 8460 for
an appointment (PSC)
FSBO 3/2 KensingCon
i 1652 Wiidwaood Creek'
Great starter nome.
coum. pool, play, etc
open house 1-5 Sat.
and Sun. Call 458-6031.





Well Maintained 1 Owner
Home, Minutes to 9A,
Beaches, and Mayport
Naval Base. $225,000

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307 san MarCo
1310 Northwood Rd.
brick 3/2, renov. wd firs
frpl, Jacuzzi granite
$439K. 399-8271
2/2 Charmer near Metro
Diner MUST SEE 1300sf,
$279k FSBO will co-op.
Open hse 3/25&3/26 2-5.
591-3500 1031 Inwood
Terr.

310 Mandarin
BIG TREE TH 2/2.5. Ig priv
patio, secluded area,
conv. loc. in N. Mand.
$149,900. 904- 551-3390
Ready to Move In I!
$219k, 1600sq ft, carpet,
tile. Quiet area,
htlp //www.own4S.orm/TPG 1660

315 Arlington
Waterfront Minutes irorn
oown tou n b o oat
Compi'l, rem,,d. S399K
Realtors Welcomea 373
Tidewater CIr E
HIDDEN HILLS 4, 3 0oD
4000sf on 3/4ac. Tri lev,
golf crse view of 8th grn
& lake view w/o monthly
fees. FSBO. $539,900.
1.800-437-1030 x2300
FT. CAROLINE -Lake-
front home, 3/2.5,
desirable comm $260k.
James Daniels Realty
Call Grace 588-5341
Charter Point River View
Marsh Front Customr
built Mediterranean
3r-lc 3 55 3061st
/,'scnra pool Selling
below, aopraiseao 399K
FSBO Aoot 90.1 76c2 1551

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1490 Seawolf Trail
Beautiful executive
home in lovely
Pinecrest subdivision.
4br 3.5 bath, over 3000sf
w/ screened anai and
upstairs loft.
A MUST SEE.
Open house Saturday
March 25th from
1:00 to 5:00. Questions
call Simone Donaldson
/Keller Williams
505-0979
3 .1 ch&a, 70k nego,
needs repair, 904-
879-1698


320 Westside 325 Jac Nsonville
4?SBR/2BA, BONUS RM 41 CH/A fnd yd
ch&a fncd yrd, storage 4/$124,900 C/A
shed, many updates 904-588-5177
w/in past 15 mo. new 9F4.588.517.
roof, $153K. 707-9767 FL Lifestyles Prop.
5242 Shirley Ave.
GORGEOSAMELIA VIEW FSBO 4/3,
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 2300sf, tile throughout,
-3/2, 1800sf, new kit, gran cntrtops, .5ac.
ba, carpet, more. Fncd fncdlot, $395K. 759-4180
yd, $179,900. 465-0698
CB 3/1,1250+sf, Irg FL GREAT DEAL!
rm, 1224 cov. patio, LEM TURNER & BROOM
2 Irg fruit trees. $140K. 100% Financing, No
5131 Batley Rd. 771-5401 money down. Newly
reiod 2096 Broom St.
SFSBO 3/1.5 block, 904-838-5800
/ new ch&a, crpt,
rI 2 bonuces m PARADISE ON THE RIVER
747 LeGrande St -Waterfront home/
$117,500,904-27&82951 Intracoastal access 284
Baisden Rd, Jax.
FULLY RENOV. 4/2, FSBO Everything new. Open
1900+sf, 6752 London House, March 25-April
Bridge. $165K. Matt 2nd, 10-4. Don't miss
718,8416 or John 651-6467
GOV'T RESELL Quiet N'hood 3/2 Lrg
5049 King.bury St 3 2car detached gar w/
Prceo bec-lc maret, workshop. Ceramic tile
6k. mn rrket in kit, laundry, bath.
56k. moneoRI rairs.' Dishwasher, w/d hu,
i-arnmeer RCIt 56.r2005 CH/A, Irg fncd yrd.
GREAT DEALI $2000 towards closing
100% FINANCING, cost. 904-710 -8671 or
Nornone dA.r, leieW 904-768-8036
rernod. 2558 Lc,urds Dr. W
& Fouracre. 904, 838-5800
INVESTORS DREAM 327 Downtown
cOmM property/ Aepr
at $157k. asking $12t,.k T
current tenant mill sta.' Gated Tnhs 2/2.5, 1575t
indefinrielY Rerntl single car garage, club
nr.come $S1600mo cal house w/pool, walk to
Ionr, at 655.4174 river/stadium 791-3089
MARVELOUS STARTER
Designer marble, Lile, Beaches
Berber carpet, shed: 330 Beaches
garage. Lgfencad yd,
2/1 $149,900. 705-6107 3/2Golf course and water
SPACIOUS 3/2.5 condo view Pool1$428,900
gar, all new common Pictures l http://inlo-
amen, pool, soccer field, tube.net/136118
etc. $187k 588-5341 (251)327-8394
WOW! What a Deal!
CEDAR HILLS 4/2, work A Steal @$399K new
shop. Range, frig, W/D. 3K 2/2 lux condo S. ax
paldcosts!.............$132,900 I Bch 2 biks to ocean.
PAXON Cute dollhouse! 904.525.-1135/220.2266
2/1, new AC, wrkshp I
patio, carport, wood
oors! Must see!.... $79,900 CONDO 3/2 JUST OFF JTB
Duval Realty of Jax Comm pools, gym, on
465-3655 384-9807 culdesac $254, 0. Call
omSoum. Crickett,. Prudential
www.JaxHomeSource.om Realty 904 728- 3333
4br/4ba Lakefront hm
3100sf, new carpet, 2c DESIRABLE -Salt Creek
gar owner fin $329,900 at TPC. 3/3 + ofc stone
904-514-4442, 993-4437 firs, lux finishes, lagoon
_____ ___ ~view, $749k 285-7883
322 Argyle FINE LIVING IN JAX BCH
2086sf of spectacular
Argyle area, living-4/2 2gar, 3 decks
Sbeautiful l3/2.5,2 FSBO $469,900. 326.6606
Story, great room,
dining room, FSBO 3/2 w/pool 1700SF,
eat-In kitchen, must Ripe Tide Subdiv, ask-
see to appreciate, PCS. ing $389K 904-294-1125
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330 Beaches
FSBO -one week only.
5 to 15 minutes to all
schools, Davis Park,
TPC. Priv. beach access
in small neighborhood.
Palm Beach style open
p lan to large screen
anai. 4BR 3/5ba, pool,
gas hot tub. Upstairs
onus room.w/BR,
a.,lkin closet, porch.
$1,103.515 firm.
285-8128 by appt.
JAX BEACH
2300sf, 5br/2ba, 2 lots,
New siding, heat pump,
& plumbing, roof. $465K
obo. Call Steve 249-8637
MARSH LANDING-The
Palms 2/2 Condo,
1156sf, comply. furn,
$225K. 904-280-9781

OCEANFRONT CONDO
New listing FSBO
S. Jax Bch, Ocean 14
Bldg, 3/2, S.E. corner
unit w/lg wraparound
balcony, marble,
mirrors, upgrades
gar, storage, 1844sf,
825K. By appt. only
904-246-6198


Ponte Vedra Beaches
West, $499K. Walden
Chase, Bit 2002. 4br/4ba
w/pool, on lake, many
upgrades 904-810-9879
PONTE VEDRA-L'Atrium
Beauty on large pond.
2500sf, 4/2.5, new kitch.
roof paint. By owner.
$45dK. 904-285-7988
PVB/Sawgrass 3/2+Den
culdesac, comm pool
grt schls, $1800mo. sell
$389,900 904273.9549
PVB -Beautiful 4/3, Old
Palm Valley Subd. 164
Bear Pen Rd. Open
House Sat-Sun 2-4,
$650k. Call 285-0624
PVB CONDO'S 2/2 & 1/1
Walk to Beach. Owner
financing avail, priced
to sell. Sall 955-0872
PVB EAST of AIA 4/2.5
Gourmet kit, tile, fpl,
Open Hse Sat 12-3.
$434,900. Call 219-3531
PV OPEN HOUSE Sun 2-4
170 San Juan Dr.
4/2 pool, water to golf
Lowest $$ for sale on
San Juan Dr. 273-1520
Seascape condo. Rented
until 9/06, 3/2,.120_sf
Fully furnm w/gar. 695
904-338-6690/891-7550

332 Middleburg


FSBO Brand new 4/2.5,
1875sf, 2 story, 2cgar,
Xtra Irg crnr lot, $204K.
904-673-1977/223-9780

335J Orange Park/
335 Clay

ARAVA. BRAND NEW. On
pond. Lease to own. 3/2
1440sf, 2car gar,
$1050m. 888-825-4736
www.realestatesolutlonsnet.com
Beautiful 3yr old hm. 3,2
1675sf fncd ,rd, vaulted
ceill IprKir eys $194 OO5.
291 4520 orb37 9056
Beautiful home in Flem-
ing Island 4/,3.5 3000sf
2stry, 2carg. Fncd bck
yrd. 349K 904 6128860

E.H. TH.$239.900
3 2 5..2 1930sf.
for.aisleyowniern.com,
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335 Orange Park/
335 .Clay
FLEMING ISL RENT TO
OWN $5K dwn $950mo.
Brand new, 3/2, 1400SF.
Call 891-3609 ,
FSBO, FLEM. ISL. IMMAC.
4/2,2650sf, cust. gran kit
+Extras Ig scr. patio/yd,
$396k. 904 505 9425
GREAT HOME, Brick 3/2
+bonus, 2cg, bit-In pool/
hot tub, upgrds. 1902sf
$198,900. Call 27-8-9569,
OAKLEAF BARGAIN! 4/2,
1750sf, brickfrnt $229,900
forsalebyowner.com
#20569866. 904-838-7443
OP 4/2, brick, new roof,
Grt room, w/fpl, FL rm,
w/hot tub, 2 car gar,
F S BO, $ 1 98
904-910-5866
OPCC 3/4 ACRE
Estate wooded lot, last
ONE, culdesac. Make
offer!! 904-272-0557
OP Country Club cust.
5/5, 3cgar, 4115sf on
water/golf/preserve.
$680K. 904-276-0013

338 Baker County
Home built 2003 3/2, 2ac.,
tile/fpl, 1600sf, fish ponrid.
Wrap arnd frntprch.
$259;900. 904-237-2336

3A4 St. Johns
340 -County

215 KATNACK
1/2 Acre 3/2 Bring your
horse. Quick Sale $139k
591-3915

342 St. Augustine
ISLAND HOME -walk to
beach,$449k. Pool
Home, gated comm,
$455k. Concrete home,
2+ac, nr WGV $399k. St.
Johns Realty Grp. Edgar
669-5491, Carol 669-4912

345 Nassau
, County
HILLIARD Sacres, 2/2,
1994 SW,
First Coast Realty
904-879-1008


350 Waterfront
110FT CANAL LOT
TO DUNNS CREEK $65K
SAN MATEO FL
352-687-2855
ALTAMAHA RIVER
Appling Cty, GA 100x400
river lots, $25k. Private
boat ramp. hunting pre-
serve. Serious inquires
Only. 912-367-4849., ,
BROWARD RIVER tidal
water remod, 3/3.5
2200sf, appr. $340K, sell
$300K. Cal 866-8521
CEDAR KEY, FL. Coastal
Island Splender.
Develop. oppt'y. 16 to 19
bldgs lots. 386-462-2480
www.saxonrealtyinc.com
CONDO 2/2, w/boat slip
Op en House Sat/Sun. 2-4
14750 Beach Blvd, #46.
$375K. 904-992-1443
DEEP WATER 120' fixer
upper hse, lml to 1-295 &
US1. Cash qualified
only $115K. 828-284 4437
Deepwater Isle of Palms
3/2.5 totally renov, dock
4116 Cordgrass Open
Sat & Sun 1.4. 626-9191
Deep water on Lofton
Crkin Nassau Co. Priv
.dock & boat ramp. Apprx
3ac. 3/2 Country home
$975K. 904-225-9466
Island Splender/Cedar
Key FL.3SFD bldg lots
$100K to $185K.
Saxon Realty Inc
386&462-2480
ISLE OF PALMS, 3/2 at
14310 Stacey Rd., crnr
lot, brick home, op. fIr
plan scrn pool w/lanai,
dock & much more.
$629,500. FSBO
904-223-4302 for appt.
LAST ISLE OF PALMS
CANAL LOT -Instant
Equtiy. $466k Final price
before realtor 219-0575
LOT W/DOCK PERMIT.
Trout Rvr Landing $135K.
70x130. Robin @
904-924-0033/759-4180
OCEAN GRANDE/S. PVB
ICW view, across St. Oc.
& club hse. 3/3 2250sf,
nar. Owner 904-829-1129


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OPEN HOUSE -SUN 3/19
1-4, ICW 3/3.5 deck,
boatlift hrdwd firs,
granite cntr tops. FL
Lifestyle Prop 3100sf
$750K 588-5177
Ortega Farms -90'
Frontage bring your
boat! 3BR/2BA, Ig. fam.
rm could be In- law
suite, 2 wkshps, FP, clrc
Dr. Lg lot. 87ac....$449,000
Duval Realty of Jax
465-3655 384-9807
wwwJaxHomeSource.com
PARADISE ON THE RIVER
-Waterfront home/
Intracoastal access, 284
Balsden Rd, Jax.
Everything new. Open
House, March 25-April
2nd, 10-4. Don't miss
ST. JOHNS RIVER FRONT
PARCEL -approx 3.5 ac,
300x538ft, located In
Bostwick FL $975k,
Owner fi-n avail. No
Brokers, 864-461-3374
SUWANNEE RIVER HOME
150' on River. 3/2. SOmins
to G'ville Only! $289K
www.saxonreal tync.com
386-462-2480
WATER FRONT -North
Putnam County near
Bostwick. Approx. 2.5
acres, 150' frontage on
Cedar Creek. Connects
to the St. Johns River.
Live Oaks, Fenced
Cleared, Dock and Well
all on this beautiful
rustic Florida property
$205,000 CaIrBilly @
(904) 733-4575 or (904)
268-9747

355 Condominiums

FSBO -new 3/2, 1157sf
gated;,all new apples
Inc, sec sys, cool light
figures next to pool &
pond. 10 mins from NAS
Jax $140K call 504-2073
own is Lic. RE Broker
LEASE OR PURCHASE
BUY OWNER
IL Vilaglo brand new 3/2
(2 avail. 9$230K ea.'
Call Eddie.94. 60 2947
RIVERFRONT TOP FLR
new gis drs / windows,
broker/ owner,
287-8902 $427k
PVB GOLF VIEW, TH,
gated comm, bch
access, amenities, new,
spacious 1/1 w/fpl.
$179.9K Call 285-2862
PVB OCEAN LINKS 1/1,
1st fir, scr prch, lagoon
golf view, club hse, pool,
BO$180K. 904-285.6440
PV Cranes Lake 2/2.5'
remod kit & bath, water
front, all appll & WD
incl. $240K Call owner
for appt. 904-866-7404
SOUTHERN GROVE -2/2,
2nd fir, $235 assoc fee,
Incid wtr/ sewer/ cbl,
$164,900. 800-478-5343
S'SIDE -OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 3/25th ; 2/2,
1100sf, Great View,
upgrades galore, Close
to Tlnseltown/ UNF.
$159,900 904-710-7000
STONEBRIDGE 3/2, S'slde
Gated, many amenities &
upgrades, pool,
$168K. 9045344156
SUMMER GROVE Condo
in Mandarin 3/2 1 car
garage ground unit.
SBO 904-923-7877

360 Out of Area/
30 Town/State .

2001 Brick Home on 10+
acres In Lawtey
3BR/2 1/2 BA, 2 car
garage, 2 car carport
with attached storage
building, solid oak
cabinets, fenced,
backyard. $375,000
(904) 263-8929
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2.5ba Huge yrd, eat. n -
kit, Irg mstr ste. Avail.
now Call Gia Dyer at
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757-289-1952
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www.rowelland.com
864-909-1035

PERFECT HOME
IN PALM COAST
One Mile from
Matanzas Woods Golf
Course and 20 min-
utes from St. Augus-
tine, this very afford-
able 3BR/2BA home Is
the ideal location for
locals priced out of
St. Johns County.
Built In 2004, this
home Is 1,623sf on
just about 1/3 of an
acre lot In a rapidly
growing subdivision.
Neutral colors
throughout makes it
show nicer than most
models. Seller Is
extremely motivated,
and at $215,000, It's a
bargain that won't
last long. Take a look.
(386)986-8634 or
(904)838-9448

SManufactured
JOJ Homes
2 & 3 bdrm mobile homes
In quiet community.
5% DP WAC
Call ED 696-2550
A 16x70 2/2 '94 ch/a $10K
14x80 '83 3/2 ch/a $6500
Land/Home S'slde $41K
www.mhbrokers.com
904-693-3442

Beautiful Gated West-
side comm. new & used
2 & 3 br hms. Fin avail
Call Bettyann 783.2460

We have financing for
everyone E-Z Qualify-
ing on any new or repo
M/H. Call Sandy C
695-2255
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
Land Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385
DW 4/2, 1456SF, island
kit, all app! stay, laund
rm, mast ba has gar-
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365 Manufactured 30 Real I
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LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291-2735

MOVING! MUST SELL
3/2, 1600SF+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$695 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874-1862 or 291-3100

MUST SELL 3BR 2BAI
D/W and Land Home.
Stainless Steel Appl.
Great Jacksonville Loca-
tion, Little Down, Easy
Financing, Won't Last!
CALL JOHN 291-0716

OCEANWAY VILLAGE
New/ Used MH. we finance.
Call Ed @ 696-2550

Relocating I Must Sell
4/2 on Irg corner pavec
lot. frpl, decks & much
more. 904-874-1862

SELLING YOUR MOBILE
HOME? TOP CASH!!
Old or New or Assume
Loan. Call 730-8606

SPRING
SPECIAL!!!
New, Used & Repos,
3/2's & 2/2's.
Give me a call 771-9055
Ask for Emma.

SW -'94, 2/2, CH&A, w/d.
frig, stove, mcwv, Gol-
fair lot 21, Jax Bch.
$11,500. Call 242-7209


370 Lots for Sale
Middleburg / Maxville
Area. ( 7) .5 Acre lots,
private subdivision,
off CR217, $28,000 per
lot. Accepting offers
for purchase of all lots.
Homes only. Call
904 -764-9509 or
904-509-1154

MIDDLESURG AREA.
4.19 Acres. Homes Only.
i $95,000 OBO.
Call 904-509-1154

375 Farms/
75 Acreage

GA TIMBERLAND-Wayne, Co.
lmi from airport and'coun-
try club. 190-1430 ac
$2400-$3000/ac, Call Tom
Mcdonald 352-672-6083

GEORGIA PIERCE CO. 70
miles N. of Jacksonville,
16 acres, pastures,
crossfenced; 30x120'
steel barn, 2 septic,
deep well. 912-449-3968,
912-550-6580

N.C. MOUNTAINS!
New Log Cabin Shells
On 1-2 AC Sites $89,900
1.-7 Acre Parcels w/
Spectacular Mountain
Views! $39,900.$89,900
CALL 828-256-1004

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DOWNTOWN ORLANDO
Duplexes, Tri's and
Quad's. Mixed Use &
Comm. 30yr vet sells
out. email lewisprop-
erties@cfl.rr.com
S N'side Quality ICI Rental
Home 2 yrs old 3/2 +ofc
2000sf, DR, GR, scrn
porch on pond, rented
@ $1395mo. $299,450.
owner realtor 225-2382
WHOLESALE PROPERTIES
Learn Real Est. Investing
www.LHMrealestate.com
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385 Miscellaneous
N'SIDE FORECLOSURE
I 3bed, $5,000!
As is. For Listings
800-749-8124 x1002


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HOUSES CA
Any cond. hand
fire damage
distressed, vac
occupied, ANY%
ANY CONDITI
Apts/comm'l/res
NO DEAL TOO I
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Quick closing
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Real Est
for Ren
400 Apartments
Furnished
S405Apartments
410Condominium
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnis
420 Houses Unfur
425 Manufacturet
Homes
.427 Mobile Home
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Ren
440 Beach/Vacati
Resorts
445 Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management
Services
455 Wanted to Re


400 Apart
Furn

RIVERSIDE STI
Beautifully furnis
extras pd. $150w
384.4939

405 Apart
Unfur

** SAN MARC
Lovely 2/1, hrdwd
pets, $775r
398-6744 or 568
SOUTHSIDE Ib
newly renovated
for rent. Comp
remodeled,.
appliances throu
a, microwave,
Unit avail. Apri
$900/mo. 561. 5:
AMELIA ISLAND -
unit with view
paces to ocean
upper $950 +
lower 2/1 $800
each w/laundr
Call Kim 904-55-
ICW Brand New
Creek 2/2 Tw
Screened lanai
Great loc. $1215
$200 dep. 537-35

NORT SID
$550-$760
1,2& 3 BR's A
(904) 757 -0
SASHLEY PA



j' NORTH
L. Lg1.62.&
HUD Vou
Accept
s4 DsO il
No App
751 -I
N'SIDE NOW LEA
Shannon Ridge
1BR $415; 2BR sV
3BR's $625. Sec
welcomed. Newly
Info 904-350-9
RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR
hardwd floors,
good n'hood, neai
$650mo+dep. 38'
RIVERSIDE multi-
all inclusive lb
MOVE IN SPEC
$650mo. 904-43
RIVERSIDE Urban
,close to 5 points
$595mo. 380-'
SAN "1&2BR
SATO, CALL 39

SAN MARCO -HIS
Exclusive restore
Close to the Sq
www.theloftssanma
1450 Flagler 396-9
SOUTHWEST VII
APTS 5565 Conn
Rd. Jacksonvil
32222 Ph. 904-77
TDD/TTY 71
Accepting Applic
1,2, & 3 BR Ap
Equal Housin
Opportunity
WESTSIDE Newly
vated 1 & 2 br a
quite residential
on Cedar Creek.
appts. 904-424-

410 Condomi
ARL $1095mo. ne
condo, all app
WD, bit in micro
Merrill Pines, 221
ARL -9A/ Merril B
cond at Gated I
Pines vaulted
overlooking lal
serve, pool, bran
15min from b
airport, down
$1250mo. lyr lea
smkr, no pets, 56
Avanti/Kernan
close to UNF, b
stores. 2/2 gated
$950m 904- 482-26
AVANTI -Kernan n
New condo, 2/2
pool, $1150mo.
ree 904-625-40
BEACH, Ocean Gro
all new, Beach a
downstairs onI
$110Omo Ken 251
MAND. 2/2,1st fir,
pntd, incl d/w, w/
fp scr prch,pool,.;
386-445-2346 lv


state 410 Condominiums
ted
O.P. 2/2 New w/gar
UYS Amens & w/d hup incid
ILSH I 1500sf $1195m+dep
lyman, Avail 5/1 904-207-3215
ed, O.P.-Brand New. 3/2,
cant or Gated / pool $835mo. +
WHERE, dep. No pets. 221-3984
ON... or 909-831-5288
sidential
BIG or O.P. -Oakleaf Plantation,
!!! Beautiful new 2/2, $1100,
Isor see it today. Many
L636 Upgrades. 347-9229
253 OAKLEAF Condo 2/2 New
$950/mo $800 dep Near
ool & amenities. Call
904-214.9415 Iv msg
OAKLEAF PLANTATION !!!
Huge new flat 2/2 + gar
on lake + forest $1350.
Won't last! 291-4290
OCEAN FRONT
ate SEASCAPE 2/2, kit/bth
remod, lease/opt to
it purchase. 904-631-5673
OP/Flem. Isl/Lake Ridge
Villa N., Brand new
3/2.5 TH w/gar, on wtr,
Prices call 954-668-5234
1S OP/FLEM ISL PLANT.
New 3/2.5, 1500sf, Ic gar
amenities, great loc.
shed $1300mo. 904-483-0229
dnished OP & REGENCY 3/2 $1200
d & $l400mo. w/$500
down month to month
Lots payments 904.472-5243
Orange Park South
it Desirable Location. 2X2 TH
ion/ w Garage & Private Back-
yard. Rent $800 Dep $800
Call 472-7314
/Rental Ponte Vedra Beach
Summerhouse -
nt Special Units
t 1/1 Lg Cottage w PVT
entrance patio,storage
Vaulted CeilingFPL $1050
ments 3/2 Twhse Vaulted Ceiling,
Stainless Kitchen,
wished lanai, many extras $1295
Both Beachside AIA
UDIO Jennifer, Broker 917 859 7859
hed, all ICW -Avanti (3) AVAIL.
k + dep 2/2 w/solarium $1050,
$800sec. March Free
-ments Jennifer broker 917 859 7859
nished PONTE VEDRA BCH New
gated 1/1, WD, 1st fir,
fpI. Sstar, $850 unfurn
O** $950 furn. 585-943-8736
d firs, no
no. PVB/Belleza 2 avail 2/2
8-0522 1st FI gar incl $1175
d/lba, $1275 904 502 6160
I condo PVB/SUMMERHOUSE 2/2
iletely 1st fir on golf crs, mile
new to bch, fp, 5* Amenities
ughout. $1000mo. 239-218-4205
ilst, PVB Exec Furn'd Condo
14-8996 2/1.5 gar, comm pool
$1500m until incl. Quiet
Beach cul-de-sac. 407-221-2229
vs. 100
an, 2/1, PVB Spacious 2/2, story
- util., crnr unit, fpl, w/d, new
0 + util. renov. $1250m+elect.
y facial. 1-240-388-0056 Iv msg
-9589 PV OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL!
w Wolf 2/2 $1050 -3/2 $1300
wnhse. FP, vltd ceils, beautiful!
i. W/D. Newly ren, many amenit
5 mo + All Condos Incl Appi & Blinds
535 '4 Garages for rent from $75
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273-3939 or 610-6460
0 REGENCY -3/2, appl eqp,
vail. $950mo. Call
240 1 220-3917 651-2222
RK SAIL COVE -3/2, water
IT view, $1400mo.
904-646-9900
SOUTHSIDE 5811 Atlantic
SIDE 61. 2- 2.5, 2 story,
3BRs. { '-' m.:. river view
uchers r-r -access, cable,
ted. pooi, & clubhouse.
Sini i1 904-545-0990
3. Fec SOUTHSIDE CONDO
1510 Lakecrest 2/2t w/gar,
S$950. The Landings 2/2,
ASING $950. Williams Walk 1/1
Apt's $850. 904-334-5540
action 8 SOUTHSIDE Luxury 3/2
SRenov. Ceramic tile, lake view,
1070 00pool. Club amens incld.
$1200m 904-252-7402
*CH&A, S'SIDE, NEW, MAR. FREE
r ho'1 2/2. granite, tile, w/d,
4 675p pool, fitness, gtd, 1300sf,
234-0624. $150m incl wtr
family: S'SIDE/ILVILLAGIO, New
"/lba gtd comm 1652sf 2/2.5
-L0S9 w/loft & den, lake view.
34-9094 w/d, $1250m. 904- 646. 9900
Living S'SIDE -2/2, 1130sf, new
s. 1/1 kit, tile, Berber, dock,
1441 pool, balcony. 5 mi to
dwtn. $825. 221-5941
Special S'SIDE Brand new 3/2, all
98-9492 applies, WD, conv loc,
I$90mo. 904- 509- 6247 or
954-336-2430
nTORIC
ed lofts WESTSIDE -Willow Lakes
uare Condo for sale or lease.
rco.com Ig 4/2.5 TH, $129,900/
9601 $1100mo. 779-2288
LLAS 1C Houses
ie Jean 41 Furnished
le, FL
'8-2112
1 E. ARL- 2/1, priv. lakefrt-
ations lot, w/d, very clean
)is. $900/mo+ dep., pets
dlg negot.,near9A, 744- 8008
ICW Newer furn 3/2, w/
Sreno- heated pool on lake
pts. In close to elem & Mid
I nbrhd schl. $1700mo. 220-0401
3402 Ortega 1/1 Cottage
Completely furnished,
just bring your clothes.
niums N/S $1150m 759-4850

ew lux A420 Houses
Ii inc ci. Unfurnished
wave,
0-8867 Amelia Island TH $1300.
3est 3/2 2/2.5 w/loft, Water ft,
Merrill- FP, 2c gar, W/D hkup,
d cel', 1500sf. 536-7916
ke pre- ARGYLE
d new, 8792 Timberpoint Dr
each, 3/2/2 1745sf $1095
Town, FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
se, non (904)730-8060
68-0284
ARGYLE- OAKLEAF
SBlvd 337 Pecan Grove
beach, 3/2.5/2 1449sf $1150
d/pool. FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
84 (904)730-8060
ir UNF. ARGYLE- OAKLEAF
2, fplc Plantation Village
March 482 Sherwood Oaks
74 3/2.5/2 1449sf $975
1st 3 Months g$895 4
ive 2/2 .FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
Access, (904) 730-8060
lake, $
1-5370 ARGYLE- OAKLEAF
Cannons Point
freshly 1345 Woodlawn Drive I
/d hkp, 4/2/2 2110sf $1175
$900m. FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
msg. (904) 730-8060





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4 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ARGYLE- OAKLEAF
Park Placee Sub
5405 Turkey Creek Ct
3/2/2 1679sf $1150
With Study
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
ARGYLE- OAKLEAF
Cambridge
End Unit Townhouse
810 Crystal Way
3/2/1 1600sf $1050
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ARGYLE- OAKLEAF
3514 Saddle Court
4/3/2 2387sf $1450
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
SARL-3/2 1640 sf,
fncd yrd, pets
welcome no pitt
bulls, w/d, h/u,
$1050, 904- 4650970 PCS
N, ARLINGTON 3/2
S1640 sft, fen yd,
I f pets welcome (no
pitbulls), W/D
hkup, alarm, $1050
904- 465-0970 PCS
ARL Near JU, 3/2,
1700sf car gar, 5
I car driveway,
in-ground pool,
Imo dep. + $1050/mo,
close proximity to 9A &
shopping areas, please
contact, Robert Meggs,
904-234-3652 or
nossralsuva@hotmail.com
Avondale, 3/1.5, Ig
fncd yd, 1.5 car gar,
S7 miles frm base,
Sets allowed,
$900 mo. 381-8786
AVONDALE 2/1 $725 ch&a
HW Firs, 1 Car Gar, Prch
WD hu, 950SF, Fenced Bk
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
AVONDALE 3/2 3yrs old
Close to downtown/
FCCJ. Quiet N'hood
$1000mo 904- 389- 5349
AVONDALE Cute bun-
galow, nr park, 2.5br,
ba, Ig gar + studio apt,
$995m 904-388-7324
Baymeadows Cir. W. 3/2,
2cg, fpl, gtd crtyd. Must
see No pets. $1400m
inci yd svc. 703-7934
BRIGHTON PARK For Sale
or rent brand new TH
3br/2bth, $1200mo. Call
Exit Realty 904-771-2984
CLAY CO. Huge 4/2
brand new all brick, Frpl,
garden tub sep. shower,
great schools, $1250mo.
Chris 742 -7486
7. COLLINS/ARGYLE
S7746 Rushmore Ct.,
{ 63/2/2gar. fenced,
866-9297/655-7924
PCS
Downtown sm cottage,
ch&a, fenc yd $650mo.
ref's + dep. 641-1738
Fernandina, Amelia Isl,
Yulee Waterfront rental
Small 1 or 2BR on deep
water, privacy, close to
AIA. Great commute to
Kings Bay or Mayport.
$900m. 904-703-4265
OR RENT- 1970sq,
4/2, sundeck, fire-
V | place, 2 car garage,
large front/back
yaerd, $1200/mo,
$1200 +dep, 904 751-5011
GREEN COVE
SPRINGS/LAKE ASBURY
Silver Creek
1324 Creekview Dr
3/2/2 1500sf $975
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
ICW/UNF/KERNAN 3/2,
2cgar, scr patio, Ig fncd
yd, sprnklr sys. Grt Schls
$1300m. 904-620-8568
JCP New 4/2, new tile,
neut. clrs, cov. porch,
wded lot. Club & amen.
$1395m. 422-6743
4, JTB/95, 3/2.5, new
luxury, TH,
I upgrades, 2cgar,
k scrnd patio, pool +
clubhouse access.
Ironwood, 1700 sf,
$1575, Jamie 864-6699,
PCSng
JTB & 95 New TH 3/2.5, 1
gar, gated comm. pond
view, across from pool
& spa $1175mo 652- 8252
LAKESHORE -3/1, CH&A,
hrdwd firs, w/d hkp,
$895mo.
384-4080 or cell 707-1235
Luxury 3004SF at $1595.
Macclenny, FL mins to
JAX. New 5br/3.5ba
Quite. 916-539-8820
MANDARIN
10973 Pine Acres Rd
3/2/2 1724sf $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
MANDARIN 3/2, $1350mo
3/1 $1250mo Dwasher,
w/d, fncd bck yrd. No
pets. GHS/904- 529- 8022
4. Mandarin- 3/2,
S1930sf, covered pool
S w/ svc, 10471 Spotted
Fawn Ln, $1425 mo.
710 3488. PCS
Mandarin 3/2.5 TH 1700sf
Luxury. Remod. New
appl. Lrg prch on lake.
$1200m 904- 482-2684
Mandarin 3br/2ba ranch
style house new paint,
carpet, 2 car gar, nice!
$1250mo. 904-710-6357
Mandarin Beautiful 3/2.5
swimming pool, jacuzzi,
huge yrd, story, 2car.
$1400m 954-260-1559
M'BURG BIk Ck water-
front, 1BR, CH&A,
approx 1 ac, no pets, 1
yr lease, $625 + dep.
282-4766
Middleburg
Baxley Hideaway
3836 Hideaway Lane
4/2/2 1828sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
SMIDDLEBURG.- Black
Creek waterfront,
L Sbr/3ba, 3500sf,
deep water access,
300ft from beach. PCS,
$2500,214-9412 see:
mnilitarybyowner.com
MURRAY HILL -Ig 2/1,
1100sf, CH&A, upstairs,
$600mo. $500 dep. 3213
Post St. 545-2598
NORTHSIDE -2 1,
fncd yd. $450mo +
dep. 879-1008
Iorthside 3 1 One
family room, central
a/c & carpet. $900m
904-207' 3284
N Northside- New
T Townhouse 6
& | months old, Close
to all 3 bases, 2/2.5
+ loft, right at 95/295
connect, $1050/dep,
904- 838-8732
NORTHSIDE
Waterbrook Falls
7117 Waterrose Ct
3/2/2 1850sf $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
N'side-4/1, CH&Astove
& ice box. 8158 Lexing-
ton $675 728-1931


420 f Houses
S Un furnished

N'SIDE-9215 Ridge Blvd.
Newly Remod 3/1 w/d hu
ch/a, Ig yd; 6590 Sunset
Dr. 3/1, w/d hu, ch/a,-
sec, $750m+$750dp. for
each house. 904- 642- 5037
a, O.P. Plainfield Ave.
S3/1 home no pets,
$850 plus deposit,
904-375-2425
Oakleaf brand new, 4/3,
close to Argyle Elem.
upgrades galore! fplc,
$1295mo. 904-236-9889
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
'3059 Tower Oaks. New 3/2
$1200/mo. 1/2 month free
HAMPTON S. -St Johns Cty
210 & 95. Brand new home w/
many upgrades, golf course
comm. 4/2, never lived in.
2300SF, comm ammen.
S1600/mo. 1165 Garrison Dr.
All Homes Including
Appliances & Blinds
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273.3939 610-6460
OCEANFRONT St. Aug.
Bch 3/2, AC, great bc h
beautiful views $2000 m
+ dep. Ref. 904- 384- 7954
OP/ARGYLE 3/2 split,
mstr jacuzzi w/shwr,
BB/tile, gazebo w/grt yd.
Only $1250m. 262-2034
OP/Chatham Woods on
Collins Rd., New 3/3 TH,
gar,1596sf,ch/a,Avl Now
M chael 954-309-9837
OP/ FLEMING ISL water
front, 2br, sprikler sys,
WD hkup, wtr/swr incl.
no pets $750m 264-4756
OP/FLEMING ISLAND
Exec 4br/2ba in Hamber-
sham Harbour. Water
'access. $1400m 514-1038
OP/OAKLEAF/Cambridge
Lakefrnt TH. New 3/2.5,
gar. $1095m+dp. Long
term or short term lease.
904-504-3789
OP/Oakleaf Plant, Brand
new 4/2, w/d hu, Fncd
bckyd no pets. $1300m.
Assoc. tee pd 407-325- 6503
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT. 4/2,
Fam, Din, 2cgar, 2300sf,
Sell $280k Lease $1350m
904-759-9262
OP- Plainfield Ave.
3/1 home, no pets,
$850 plus dep.
904-375- 2425
Orange Park 3/1 New
carpet/paint/fridge.
125 Lester Dr. $790m
plus dep. 805-485-0366
ORANGE PARK 3/2.5
Townhouse, wd, water
incid, on Blanding
$900mo. 877- 577-4556
Orange Park Beautiful.
Brand new 4/3 2400sf
lots of upgrds! $1450m
Must see! 888-218-2240
Org Prk Co Club beauti-
ful brick hm 4/3, 2200sf
2 car gar. all amenities
$1600mo. 904- 307- 5834
PABLO BAY on lake
4br/3ba, fpl, comm pool
13841 Harbor Creek Pi
$1,995mo 904-273-0125
Ponte Vedra 3/2 5
mins from ocean
1 $1950/mo, 1900sf.,
9 m arage, comm.
pool, no pets call
913-3067155
PVB/Seaside Comm. 3/2,
2cg, on lake. $1650m incf
Iwn svc, comm. pool,
.5mi to Bch. 904-614-4837
RAVINES
GOLF/COUNTRY CLUB
k New 1 story twn hme,
3/2, w/ Irge grt rm,
eat-in kit. + dn rm, 2 car
gar. & golf cart gar.
$1195/mo. 904-210- 6062
SAN MARCO -Presti-
gious, 4/3, 2 car gar,
pool, $800mo. NS, No
pets. No lease 631-3799
SAN PABLO -3/2, Ig, fncd
yd, w/d on culdesc,
$1500mo. $1000 dep.
Steve 881-6779
SOUTH OP/Bear Run 3/2
$995, 1388SF, 2 Car Gar,
Kit Equip, Grt Rm, Fence.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SOUTHSIDE
1000 gate parkway #624
2/2 1206sf $1175
Condo-Screened Patio
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
SOUTHSIDE New 4/2.5, 1
3100sf, in Waterleaf,-
$1850mo. Call Yevgeny
904-887-4110
S'SIDE -$1325/mo
4/2, FENCED,
cr 210, LRG YARD,
GREAT SCHOOLS,
CALL NOW 904- 477-2776,
WON'T LAST LONG!I
S'SIDE- Hawkins
SCove off Atlantic,
SI15 min. to Mayport,
4br, fp, Lakeview,
available mid March,
$1475/mo. 410- 647 6851,
NO SMOKE, NO PETS
ST. JOHNS CO. -3/2, lyr
old, lake view, Very
Beautiful $1250mo.
535-5500
SSt. Marys GA
3/2 home, fenced
yard, $850 with
S $500 deposit, call
912-673-7978 or
912-573-1248
SAN JOSE -1300sf, 3br,
2ba, great quiet
neighborhood, $1050mo.
904-742-6686
WESTSIDE -1321 Ellis
Trace Dr. W. 2/2, gar,
patio, $750mo $750 dep.
14-2018
& WESTSIDE-2/2, 1
Scar gar. patio,
close to NAS Jax,
$750, dep call
614-2018 or 716 9166
Westside 3/1,
bonus room,
fenced yrd, near
Wal- Mart, on 103rd,
$850/mo, 278-2951
WESTSIDE 6554 Bur-
gundy Rd. S. 3/1.5, ch/a
en yd, $700mo. Call
695-3388 or 777-0691
WESTSIDE -6951 Dayton
Rd. Almost new 3/2, 2
car gar, cony loc.
$11i00mo. 779-2288
WESTSIDE -LAKESHORE
3/1, CH&A, gar, fncd yd
$900mo. 993-4884
WESTSIDE
Timothys Landing
7724 Highchair Lane
3/2/1 1500sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730- 8060
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
Beautiful new home,
Sbr, 3.ba, 3 car gar, 1st
fir master $1975mo.
940-2912
4 W'SIDE- 3br/2 ba,
1780sf, $1250/mo
PCS 904- 614-7073
WSIDE RTO Townhouses
Pool, fiber optics, incI
cable, $800mo +. Call
Michael 631-2351


420f Houses
420 Unfurnished






ERA

REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1, 2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
$500 -$1600
In the
Following Areas:
Northside
Oceanview
Mayport
San Marco
Amelia View
Arlington
Southside
Argyle
Intercoastal West
Westside
Julington Creek
Macclenny
CALL 757-3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONES.com

425 Manufactured
Homes.

Atlantic Beach 3/2,
screenedporch
car port fenced
yard, Ig shed, new
hardwood floors,
capeted bedrooms,
2268 Myaport Rd. #132
(PCS) 910-.7652
4 FOR SALE, PCSing,
28x56, D-wide
mobile home, 4/2,
appliances
furnished, fresh paint,
8x10O shed outside,
inside COntinental Vil-
lage, 904 269-8198,
$41,900
MIDDLEBURG 7 Room
Double Wide, $725 +
sec. 2811 Howard Road.
904.-282-1998
N'SIDE, SW, 3mi DP
bridge, 2/2, no pets
$575m, $500 dep.
757-5982 or 662-2244
W'SIDE & NW'SIDE
-From $550m+dep.
Ask about our specials!
904-772- 7244/C:568-2903

427 Mobile Home
427 Lot Rentals'

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

430 Roommates

4 Argyle-2/2, twn-
home, $500 util
included,
9047535-1453/
904 777-4272
Argyle- OP, 4/2,
nice home, $600
j mo, 1/2 util.
904535-2391,
904535 1453
E. ARL Mature person to
share 3/2, 2 gar $530.
incl utils, N/S 613-1415
FLEM ISL mstr BR Suite,
priv. ent. furn, incl bills
/cable + DSL hse & pool
privileges. $450+ dep
onsmkr 610-9512
FLEM ISL XL rm furn N/S,
incl bills/cable + DSL
hse & pool privileges.
$325+ dep 610-9512
MAND. 3/3, 2 furn rms,
cbl, w/d, pool,/3utils
$500/$200 dp 625- 5926
NEED Roomate, 1/2
rent & 1 2 util. 2 2
right outside of
St. Mary's call
912 690 1242
OP Share 2 Story House
r-:- .--,l iJ _: S325 -u1-,

', Orange
IPark Argyle Forest.
\a Seeking
non-smoker
roommates to share
3 2 house. 450 mo
Utilities included. Call
NHAN. 904 611 5664
W'SIDE Share 3br home.
C cI Dr. .*. il3l ut. Ir.ci
'l'"," ., *. ,: .P 'b 2 333e

435 Rooms

ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
ri_ .. r.i i

KINGS 11111 (04) 725- 3343
f Orange Park-
S room r reni,
i $450mo, no lease.
includes washer
dryer, usage & utilities,
Frank 904 680 6833
WES SIDE F.: rm-5n.

635-7256
W'side lurn room ,
5: r 1 i ,r .r ur.
or. sn-re 9 i L ).'. I -

Beach,'
440 Vatalion
Re-oi ls
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
SL Augustmne 5695wk.
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COlmmercial
Real Estate

Iriui. r, l i.:. r -'. al;
505 C,-mmer.: ,i
Ir,:lu tru l r.:,r R.,n[
507 C.:.mmerc ,ai

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500 Ilduslial
For Sale
NC Store +cabin $139,990
Both Zoned Commercial
Pics: 919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com
N'S 315' on N 17 x 450'
block, 4 fronts. Prime
comm. By Owner, some
fin. avail. 714-1659 /
866-9334 or 993-3917


Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale
Office / Medical / Retail
Condos For Sale /
Lease. Great Location
In newly renovated
Plaza. Various Sizes
from 143 SF to 28,635 SF.
Priced to Selll Prestige
Realty, 396-4052.

S Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent

ARL -3500SF showroom
125' frontage, exc cond,
CCG2, 553-8355
JAX BCH WHOSE for lease.
3629sf, Ofc incl. Beach
side of Intercoastal. Lrg
prkg lot. 770-929-1721
or 678-525-0854
WESTSIDE
Warehouses, 5400sf,
10,0000sf, 12,0000sf,
17,400sf, 22 000sf. or
30,000sf. Doci & grade.
Easton. Sanderson, &
Co. 356-2228 Realtor

507 Businesses
For Sale

CHILDREN Consignment
STORE Est, Self sus-
taining. Great loc. 25K
dwn &term 534-6771
Full Svc Salon for sale in
high traffic Mandarin
area. Call 904-262-2728
RESTAURANT Est. 30Yrs
Famous for salads.
Bymdws Area. 236-0337
Successful Ice Cream
Parlor in Macclenny for
sale. $65K. 904-716-6521

515 Office Space
For Rent
AAArlington Expressway
Nice Affordable Indiv.
Offc's & Small Building
725-0556 / 591-3027
BEACHES -Prof. ofc
+/- 10 00sf,
$1495mo. 993-5853
1-295 & SAN JOSE 1150SF
First month rent free.
Avail May/904- 868- 5500
JTB & PHILLIPS
Starting at $325, utils
included. GOING FAST!!
Call Rod 343-8922
New 1140 sf Argyle Forst Bd
nr Oakleaf PI Chimney
Lakes $1575/mo
Call 9045026160
PERIMETER PARK BLVD.
-Immed occupancy
$750mo. 246-6005
R'SIDE Ofc w/Conf. rm in
historic -area, lOmin
from downtown. Full
amen. incl prkg, util's &
janit'l svcs. 904-384-3122
SAN MARCO- 195 @
Phillips, 2 units,
1200-400sf, $9/sf,
739-2097


515 Office Space
For Rent

SIDE OFFICE SUITES
up to 1300sf, $13 psffull
svc. Utils. & Janitorial incl
Scott or Tom 384-3666






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


550 Business
J50 Opportunities

#1 GROWING
BUSINESS -Stop
foreclosures !.Easy.
Lucrative 877-230-5833
LIQUOR LICENSE Clay 4
COP. Best price and
terms. 386-677-3785
REST. -O.P. Liq lic. 160
seats, fully equip &
furn, Blanding Blv.d.
Sell/ lease/ 2 ac,land.
904-305-4054


America's Premier
Automotive Service
Franchise is expand-
ing! New location
being developed on
Race Track Rd. in
Julington Creek area
For more info., call
1-800-228-8339 or
.- J , :- .i-,
r.l r, .: r ri r, ,: i l.l:' ,.,,1.


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


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


605 Schools


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

705 Financial


LOAN ORIGINATOR
-Experienced, skilled
Originator needed.
Great working cond,
Call 997-1093


CONTROLLER
For growing, multi-
location company with
70 plus employees.
Degreed accountant
with supervisory and
QuickBooks exp. req.
Salary commensurate
with capabilities. Email
your resume in strict-
est confidence to
cturner@floridahomeac.com
or fax to 777-2533

706 Accounting/
Bookkeeping


High Volume Payable for
Construction Industry.
Excellent Pay & Benefits.
Please fax to
904-482-0725 or email
to: clove@
trinitymaterials.com

707 Driver

Company
Drivers
$1000 Sign on
Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
Co. starting pay
$.31-.34/mile
/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
*$25 Wkly Serv.'Bonus
SPaid Vac & holidays
d Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program $52.00 /day
call

800-723-3424 for info

DRIVERS Local CDL driv-
ers needed all shifts.
Newer equipment,good
pay and consistent
work. 904-714-9078



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to work as a Medical Assistant.

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Upscale retirement
community seeking
PT Driver with CDL
w/passenger
endorsement.
Please apply within
at 9960 Atrium Way or
fax resume to
(904) 721- 3972


Drivers wanted.
$500 to $800 per
week. Late
model vehicles.
Work your own
hours. Be your
own boss.
Hiring Taxi,
Airport Shuttle
& Para-Transit
drivers.
.Call Tim Miles
493i5222 for interview

DRIVERS
You can earn $800 -$1100
next and every week. &
still be home week-
ends. Must have CDL A
& mostly clean 3 yr
MVR: Exp d car haulers
welcome 356- 0500
DFWP.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
-needed. Paid vaca-
tions and holidays. New
equip. G.E.C. Trucking
359-0404 & 301-2600
0/0'S WANTED -home
every night, run FL/ GA.
We only haul Crowley
100% no touch freight.
0/0's currently making
$2k-$3k/ wk aft fuel,
must have 3yrs CDL
exp. Call 904-334-5289
TRUCK DRIVER/
RIGGER
CDL A req'd. Full ben-
efits. Energetic exp'd
equip. hauler 2 years
exp required 783-4111
TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers-Welcome. Call
866-374-0764

710 Industrial/
STrades


Abba Construction is
seeking an admin
assist w/ construction
exp. Must be detailed
oriented, organized and
have excellent com-
puter skills. Fax
resumes to
904-886-7036; e-mail
hr@abbaconstructlon.com
M/F/D/V DFWP EOE
A/C SERVICE TECHS &
INSTALLERS resd/light
commercial top pay &
benefits. No layoffs for
over 10 yrs. Yr round
work. Good MVR
Call 641-0600
AC & REFRIGERATION
TECHNICIAN
HVAC INSTALLER
Min 5 yrs exp. Top pay
& benefits. Year round
work. Call 247-0033
BOOM TRUCK /CRANE
OPERATOR w/ exp.
immed opening Must
have valid CDL Aor B
exc. Salary. 282-0906
CARPENTER
FRAMING EXP W'side,
Argyle, Macclenney &
OP areas Tools &
transp. a must. 759-2875
CARPENTERS. PAINTERS.,
CERMIC TILE INSTALLERS,
HOME REPAIR





HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS.
12 year Company with:
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Pad heWalh on,-r;i;
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CARPENTERS
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
IRiNG E PERIENCED
REtiluENTi'AL RiAr.iER
TOP PA' .
SIGN ON BONUS
SHealth benefits
SPaid Holidays
CPaid vacations
SGas allowance
40 plus hrs week
SCompany T-shirts
SQuarterly Bonus
program
Cai813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-75J 5 Daylime
Evenings 904-261-5694
CONCRETE CUTTERS Will
train. Great pay+bnfts.
Must have valid DL.
757-7217, 800-3961217

CRANE OPERATOR
Exper'd with Link Belt,
Terex & Liebherr
(hydraulics) & conven-
tional w/3-5yrs exp. Full
benefits. DFWP. 783-4111

DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER, PIPELAYER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 ilson Blvd. JAX. EOE
Electricians & Foremen,
minimum I year
commercial experience
needed Immediately
Benefit Package/
Medical/401K/Vacation
Great Working Environment
Above Average Pay Scales
Coastal Electric
Company

2759 StL Johns Bluff Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32246
(904) 645-0026
FAX (904) 645-6186
We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
Drug Free Workplace
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS for local and out of
twn comm'l projects.
401K, med ins, drug test
req'd. 813-635 9482
ELECTRICIAN -wanted,
Residential exp a must,
Ambitious hardwork-
ers only. Good salary
/benefits. 714-0131


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Industrial/
Trades
'IAN with indus-
xp.for Jackson-
manufacturer.
i/hr. Exc. Benefits
life & health
rance, 401k. paid
nations & holidays,
Must be able to
rk a rotating sched-
e to accommodate a
t/7 operation. Fax res.
04-786 0711 EOE M/F

HVAC PIPE FITTER/
WELDER
Must have exp in com-
mercial/industrial pipe
fitting & welding. DL &
drug testing. Apply:
3562 Lenox Ave
EOE Fl cert # CAC022424

/ LOG SCALER/ANALYST
Prefer 2-year degree
with Forestry or Busi-
ness Management. We
are an EECC, Drug free
workEplace. 401K,
health/dental/life
insurance, paid holi-
days/vacations. Apply
at Gilman Building
Products, 6640 CR 218,
Maxville, FL or fax
resume (904) 289-7736.


Maintenance
Person Needed
Upscale retirement
community seeking
Maintenance Person,
EPA certified pre-
ferred. Miscellaneous
duties including
painting, plumbing
and minor electrical.
Great benefit pkg.
Apply in person to
9960 Atrium Way or
fax resume to
(904) 721.3972.

PAINTER FOREMAN
-(Commercial) good
wages + benefits, drug
test req. 387 5959



Needed (for Jackson-
ville south area) Resi-
dential homes. Need
knowledge of sewer
Sand water installation
and knowledge and/or
experience with a
snake for the drain
PVC/CPVC pipes. Great
i pay and benefits. Must
ave own truck & tools.
Call Clint for more
information @0
321-377-1353 (Plumb-
ing knowledge and/or
experience would be
helpful)

TRIM CARPENTERS
Hourly. Must have own
transportation &tools.
Call 268-7454

711 Marine
7 1 Trade

MARINE TRADES
3+ yrs Ship Repair exp.
Long term assignments
in FL, VA & Gulf Coast. OT
available.
S/M MECHANICS
SHIPFITTERS
*OSM
PIPEFITTERS
ELECTRICIANS
WELDERS PIPE/PLATE
Call 1-904-762-0700 or
Email resume to:
jwilliams@ ,
integritystaffing.net



712 Mechanic


$450-$500. A WEEK
Exp with tools,
FT + overtime.
Multiple locations.
Call Jay904-651-0915




AWP Mechanics
Heavy Eqpt Mech's
Small Eng. Mech's
Hydraulic
Electrical
Full time, own tools
required. Excellent
pay & benefits.
Call 904.276-9575
Fax 904 247-09704
DFWP/EOE


LAWN MOWER/ SMALL
ENGINE MECHANIC; shop
experience and own
tools. Cert pref. FT/ PT
Call 268- 6275.



MARCH MOTORS
NEEDS SERVICE
TECHNICIANS
UP $30 per hour
FOR EXPERIENCED TECHS
Hours: 8:30-5:30 M-F
SAT 9-1
NO SUNDAY EVER
Benefits Available




715 Management/
7 -~ Professional

CRYSTAL RIVER SEAFOOD
Expansion plans have
created Mgmt oppor-
tunities in Valdosta
GA., $30K- $40K starting
salary. Insurance &
paid vacation. Fax
resume to 904-284. 5209
or E-mail
rsinc831@bellsouth.net

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421 7610

OFFICE MANAGER
Excellent oppty. Min 2
yrs. real estate exp.
real estate lic. pref/
prop mgmt, bkkeeping,
detail oriented, multi
tasker. Salary $30K +
bonus benefits.
Fax resume 819-1487

RBHS, ..IHRC and
I1HCJ rave [he
ficllownrig openrngs'
Contract
Manager Self
Directed Care
Program
Matler Diegr.- .jnd
Conir,ac[ Managerenil
Epernonce required
Apply in person
(9a.m.. 4 p.m. M F only)
or mail resume to
RBIS. Human Resources.
900 Unisersity Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 3221 1.
Fax resume to 493- 5910.
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Social Work
VICTIM ADVOCATE
MHN Government Ser-
vices, a Health Net
company, seeks an
Advocate for victims of
domestic violence. You
will provide advocacy
services at Naval Sta-
tion Mayport and Naval
Air Station Jacksonville.
You will assess victim's
needs, provide support
to victims, and facili-
tate contact with mili-
tary and civilian
resources. BA degree
and 1+ yrs exp. in
domestic violence
required.
Please apply online at
www.healthnet.com.
Scroll-to the bottom of
our home page and
click on Careers; ref.
Victim Advocate, or
Keyword 06001046. We
support a drug-free
work environment and
require pre-employ-
ment background
screening and drug
testing. Health Net and
its subsidiaries are an
EEO/AA Employer
M/F/V/D.

Health Net


Management/
715 Professional


Red Rover,
Red Rover,
Send
Substitute
Teachers
Right Over!!

Come over to
our Open House
on Thursday,
March 23rd to
check things
out! Immedi-
ately seeking
SUBSTITUTE
TEACHERS for
Duval County
Public Schools.
School's not out
yet for summer
and we need
YOU!! No
classroom
experience
required.
Training pro-
vided. Choose
the days of the
week you work
and how often.
Perfect for
people in job
transition,
stay-at-home
parents, retir-
ees and anyone
interested in a
career in edu-
cation. 60 credit
hours of college
required.

Call for special
appointment
time.
4168 Southpoint
Parkway, Suite
201

Kelly
Educational
Staffing
245.7556


720 Medical
CONTRACT -
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Lake Butler Hospital
Small acute care critical
access hospital needs PT
Therapist to work PT/PRN
Current PT license req'd.
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
PH. (386)496-2323
FAX (386)496 1611



Experience only for
skilled nursing facility.
Position is Full-Time
and includes week-
end. Supervisor skills
needed. No calls.
Apply in person
The Atrium SNF
9960 Atrium Way

CUST. SVC & MEDICAL
BILLER- Exp for very
busy medical supply co
Must be self motivated
& a quick learner. Fax
resumes to 387- 0158
Direct Service Employees
Full & part time.
RN'S Full time. Must have
current lic.
LPN's full and part time,
Must have current
license.
Social Workers Full Timer
Qualified Mental
Retardation Professional
Full Time, 2 years exp.
with developmental
disabilities req'd.
Therapy Aide Full time &
part time.
All employees must be
21 yrs of age with
minimum HS diploma.
Apply in person at:
Florida Mentor
ICF/DD FaCilities
4550 Ricker Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210 or
5808 Kinkaid Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32244 or
5615 Hodges Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225.
Or by fax to the Attn. of
the program Manger:
904-778-8396
S904, 223-5611
904- 778- 9293
HEALTH INFORMATION
MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR
Lake Butler Hospital
Coordinate HIM Dept.,
Assit with QA Program,
Coding exp. & supervi-
sory skills a must. Col-
lege and/or special
training in HIM field.
Great salary & benefits.
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
PH. (386)49r 2323
FAX (386)496-1611
MA -PT, 2yrs min exp
Podiatric exp a +. High
energy, neat, detail
oriented, some travel,
fax res 904-264-5211
M 1 I lyA./V, 1I


For busy pain
management office.
Fax resume 285-1707

Front/Back office.
Phlebotomy req'd. FT.
Exc benefits. Fax
resume to 399- 8816
PHYSICIANS,
PHYSICIANS ASST. OR
NURSE PRACTITIONERS
for contract on- call
positions at the Jack-
sonville Military
Entrance Processing
Station. Conduct
medical qualification
exams for the Armed
Forces. Must hold cur-
rent unrestricted
medical license For
further info call
904-737-5220 x 151

RBHS, MHRC and
MHCJ have the fol-
lowing opportunities
w rl,blle ,rr,,T **eda o l
to p :.,pl- F,," i3ri 10
mil.., 3 drf-ere.re inr
the iive o .Ihr -r.
th iuyr.ug h b .h i'vra i1
health care-
Mental Health
Techs
FT. PT. all rmria.
Direci C -re
Apply in person
(9a.m.- 4 p.m., M- F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North.
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
For more information
Call 41.1883. For
directions ext. 202.
Fat resume to 493-5910.


RN'S LPN'S
FT 3-11/ 11-7, ALSO
NEED Weekends &
PRN's, CNA's for
weekends/ PRN, Also
RECEPTIONIST. Multi
talented, computer
skills ,answer multiple
phone lines, accounts
payable and
resident trust.
Call 904-751-1834
Fax 904-751-0272
11565 HARTS ROAD,
Jacksonville, FL EOE
SANITATION AIDE FT
ER ADMISSION CLERK FT
MEDICAL ASST FT /w Travel
MEDICAL RECORDS CLERK /
Lake Butler Hospital
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
PH. (386)496-2323
FAX (386)496-1611
SURGICAL TECH
FT or prn. Ortho experi-
ence preferred. Jax Bch
Surg Ctr, quick pace.
Fax resume 247-8101 or
call 694-4014

725 Office/
725 ^ Clerical

ADMIN ASST
Midtown Centre Office
Park. Hotel or apt exp a
plus. Up to $12/hr. Fax
396-6366


Office/
725I Clerical

CUSTOMER SERVICE- for
busy front desk. Pro-
vide Recept. & clerical
support with PC skills,
App yn person: NGI
799 phillips Hwy, Suite
202 4481600 EOE DFWP
SECRETARY/ RECEPT
Min 5yrs exp. w/refs
904-737-0971/ James.

Professional/
730 Personal
Services

HAIRSTYLISTS
Mgmt opportunities.
Top wages, benefits.
clientele provided.
SUPERCUTS
Regency 723-3713;
Atlantic/Kernan 564- 2210
Jax Beach 273-2888
WESIDE:
Roosevelt 981-0430
Normandy 786-3547

732 Computer
732 Technology

COBOL PROGRAMMER -
Exp'd. Unix Syst needed
for law office w/90
employees. Fax resume
to Phil at 904-355-1126
or email jcb421@aol.com

735 Restaurants/
S735 Hotels

* Breakfast Server
* Front Desk Supervisor
* Day & Night Laundry
*Houseperson P/T
* Engineer P/T
Courtyard Marriott
Apply in person
atJTB&l-95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-296-2828
EOE/DFWP
CRYSTAL RIVER SEAFOOD
Expansion plans have
created Mgmt oppor-
tunities in Valdosta
GA., $30K- $40K starting
salary. Insurance &
paid vacation. Fax
resume to 904-284-5209
or E-mail
rsinc83l@Ebellsouth.net
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DAVE AND BUSTER'S
is now hiring for
All Positions.
Great Benefits: Insur-
ance, 401K, Paid
Vacation, Free Games,
Fun Atmosphere. Now
Accepting Applications:
Monday-Friday
11:30am-6:00pm, 7025
Salisbury Road, Jack-
sonville, fL. 32256. Call :
904-296-1525. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
FRONT DESK & HOUSE-
KEEPING ASSOC. Apply
in person at Hampton
Inn, Exit 351 off 110,
Chaffee Point Blvd, Jax
FL 32221
SELLING FLOWERS
at night. $10-$17/hr
flat rate pay, Wed-Sat.
Call 2942 063

WAIT STAFF
Bent Creek Golf Course is
looking for PT help in
our grill and on the
beverage cart. We pay
$5.15hr + lips and free
golf. Please apply
Tournament Ln. You may
call 904-779.2100 for
directions

740 Retail
RETAIL HIRING
Cashiers, Laborers, Sales
Clerk, Cart Attendants
(Temporary Part Time)
All shifts, weekends &
holidays.
FOOD SERVICE WORKERS
Must have previous
experience.
Please indicate position
applying for on appli-
cation.
Fax resume to 777-7183
Nexcom Personnel
Bldg 554, NAS Jax. EEO
SALES ASSOC. FT Long
term. OP Children's
Resale clothing store
32-36 hrs/wk. Every
other wknd Pay
depends on exp.
Please fill out app-
cation at 1295 & Bland-
ing Blvd. EOE 573-0300

745 Sales
$ AVON $
sell part time $10 to
start. 50% commission
Call 477-9525

OUTSIDE
SALESPERSON
Part Time/ Experienced.
Fax to 781-8899
SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
ASAP FOR HOME SALES
CALL JOE 904-225-0222

70y Technical/
7.5 Engineering


Experience w/ Industrial
controls & proficiency
w/ computers a must.
CAD & UL508 experience
preferred. Experience
w/ UL helpful. Maintain
customer database &
company catalog. Will
p a y f o r
co mp any-req uired
training. Email esume
or work history to
april.irvin@ingram-
products.com.

752 Warehouse
WAREHOUSE Part Time
for Manning Building
Supplies to load trucks
accurately & efficiently.
Apply at 10900 Philips
Hwy. Ph. 268-7000


753 Security
SECURITY OFFICER
D lic. req'd, to work Sat
& Sun. W'side area
10:30 am -8pm. Start
$9/hr. based on exp.
Covenant Protective
Services 476- 5044

SECURITY OFFICERS
FT/PT, D Lic'd. 2nd 3rd
shift, wknds, holidays.
$250 hiring bonus.
also FLEX SUPERVISOR
Call 866-458-9523


SECURITY
OFFICERS
SECURITY FORCES,
INC.
Permanent Schedules I
All shifts available U
Supervisors/Rovers
Needed
i Class "D" License |
required. Apply online
sfi.appone.com
S EOE



755 Miscellaneous

Assistant Cashier FT
Driver/Messenger PT
BRINKS INC.
Brink's Inc. is the pre-
mier provider of
armored car transpor-
tation. The customer-
focused individual we
hire will have excep-
tional ethics, integrity
and will be self-moti-
vated. The company
also has a full benefits
package including:
-Full Medical/Dental Pkg
SCompany Partial
Matching 401k
*Quarterly Profit sharing
Tuition Reimbursement
Paid Vacation
Time & half for 40+ hrs
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
*Successful Polygraph
examination
*Successful background
investigation
Drug test/DOT physical
Please apply in person
between 9am 4pm at
33 West 2nd Street. For
directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal Opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.

AUDIO VISUAL TECH
FT Apply at
PRI 1819 Kings Ave.
398-8179 or fax resume
398-1569 EOE, DFWP


Fuel Desk &
Store Cashier
for Convenience store 7 3,
3-11, & 11-7. Apply in
person to Russell
TA Travel Center
Located at I110 & 301 S
904-266-4281

JANITORIAL
sweep, mop, wash
glasses nights and
some days. Aprox
$10/hr. 731-1228

LAWN MAINTENANCE
Experience only. Clean
Drivers License with
transportation 260-8348
or 545-2014.

PUNCH TECH /MAKE
READY PERSON
for Orange Park Area
Apts. Fax resume to
904-276-6688 E.O.E

RUNNER/CLERK
for Downtown law firm,
P/T $8hr + mileage. 20-
30 hrs/wk. Reliable
transportation req'd.
Fax 904-354-2466

SET/STRIKE CREW F/T
for event company.
Dr Lic req'd Class B Lic
pref'd. Apply in person:
PRI Productions 1819
Kings Ave. 398-8179
EOE, DFWP

SIGN SHOP
DELIVERY/
INSTALLATION $10hr
+ benefits. 396-6950


760 Part-Time
Kelly Educational
Staffing See our ad
under Management/
Professional (715).
Call 245 7555.

830 Child
3 Care
HOME DAYCARE
available for"
toddlers, please
call 912-o57&64112

SLicensed Child
Care, infant to
toddler, conve-
niently located
across from NAS Hablo
Espanol, call Ana
573-0879


876 Painting/
8 Wallpaper

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


895 Miscellaneous

LOGOS We embroider
logos on hats, shirts, &
uniforms or things to
get your business
noticed. 904-254-8087


AUT SALESNEDE


SALES ARE ON FIRE!!!
10 NEW AND USED SALESPERSONS NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY FOR #1 DODGE DEALER.
DON'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY
PASS YOU BY.
SOME EXPERIENCE A PLUS.
NEW TRAINING CLASS
STARTS IMMEDIATELY.
EXCELLENT BENEFITS.
DFWP/EOE


CORQ
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611$Jp AT


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Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Offce
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
96S5 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques
4, Antique repro.
iarlor set, three
piece cherry, blue
cream fiovral, print
new, $2200, asking,
$1000 obo, 622-8391 Ron
Church pew
$300.
483-6913.

902 Appliances
SDishwasher, never
used, moving, must
l sell, $85,696-0759
Dryer / Washer super
capacity, excel cond.
$200. 904-399-8848
FRIDGE, white,
S side-by-side,
SI $450. Smooth
SA top ranne, $150.
Over range micro, $80.
Dishwasher, $80,
exc cond, call 771-5208
G.E. 5 cycle dryer,
8 years old $125,
great condition,
call 285-3014
GAS RANGE & OVEN
Southbend Commercial
6 eye gas, $1000obo.
Call 904-768-7779
Kenmore Gas Dryer
great condition
$100 call 807- 6587
H, MTD 38" 12.5 hp,
Siding lawn mower
| w/ grass
bagger runs great,
$600 obo, 912-882-2858
OVEN-GE Spectra
S Glass Top range/
I self cleaning/ true
temp, automatic
excellent condition,
$150, call 904-282-8893
Refrigerator
and stove good
condition
r both for $300,
call 904-278 9835
Refrigerator- Side
S by side, elect.
S range, matching,
vent, hood, Pana-
sonic, microwave,
excel cond, all for
$700,904- 215-0920
Stainless Steel
kitchen-aid aqua
S sense water fil-
tration system
refriderator, new sell
for $900 269-9527
Washer and Dryer,
Great condition,
$125, for both call
904-277-3432
Whirlpool 30" self
cleaning, range
h lack/almlond,
$225 obo, 292-1476

905 Articles
For Sale
Bandsaw 14" Delta
Heavy Duty, Cast
Si iron, all original
books included,
excellent condition.
VerS heavy duty. Ori-
gianl owner. Evenings,
Mike 912- 729,2924
4 BBQ stove and
smoker combo.
"New Braunfels"
good condition list:
$275 first $75 241-1398
B, Bedroom furniture,
small desk, hutch
small chest night
stands, light wood
and swivel rocker,
upholstered chair.
Linda 783-0197
Bike 26", 21 speeds,
mens good shape
S bike, 26" 18 speeds,
-good shape, first.
$3 each call Ray
904-,556-3708
v, Bowflex Treadcumber
eee Sony 27" TV, Brand
new 542-2255wk,
encased in oak, $1700
obo, 292-4094, $250 obo
SCadillac Seville- 97'
SLS, loader, leather,
ti garaged, 92K miles,
excellentcondition,
must see, $8600 obo,
Mayport area, 445- 8370
SCargo Top Carrier
SSears Sport, 20-SV,
S excellent condi-
tion, $80,696-0759
, Cherry Curio
S Cabinet, $125,
SI / cherry/glass
display table, $20.
Call 579-6471 or 757-0487
o, Computer
Dell Pentium III with
S color printer, $150
576-5207, JIM
4, Conices with
Mauve custom
made drapes
attached. Fits
paladium windows
84"x48". 272- 6213, after
6pm, sheers included,
$200
4 Dresser, blond
color, S draers, 36"
4 ;.wide, 55" high,
excellent cond,
$75, call 904 264- 6652
4, Eddie Bauer- travel
/ system stroller w/
i infant carrier plus 2
Vehicle adapter bases,
excellent condition, $140.
904-759-8079
4, EDGER-electric,
Black & Decker,
like new, $40,
904-223-8553
St ELKAY LUSTERTONE
double bowl kitchen
sink, 18- gauge, stain-
less steel, self rim,
22x37, 8 inch bowl depth,
$100, 269-1478
& FISH TANK with
stand approx. 40
gallon, $50, call
904 777-4981


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put your money back to work?
Redeem those old bonds for cash,
or if they qualify exchange them
for Series HH Savings Bonds at your
local financial institution. To find
out more, call 1-800-4US BOND, or
write to Savings Bonds, Parkersburg,
WV 26106-1328 and ask for a current values
chart. Begin searching your memory then
start searching your house. Because old Savings
Bonds are a treasure worth digging for.


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'7 ;les
Sale
MEMORY
COPPERR ,
a, Norelco
=ic razor,
wling ball,


BBQ Grill, New
assie Portable
propane Travel
,rill, never used,
,. 904. 69S 1919
Gas powered golf
cart, $950, call
912-729-1585
Girls Bike 24"
"Boss Cruiser"
needs some
repairs, $20,
call 244-1398
HOT TUB, 4 person
Therma-Spa. $900.
904-262-9262
Kenmore Washer
and Dryer,
$50, 7441794, 16ft,
Jon boat, 75 hp,
evinrude tilt, trim
trailer trolling motor,
$2500. 7441794
Lawn Mower 21" $50.
Treadmill $100.
Call 641-1191
4. Microwave
SOver- the- Stove, GE
pacemaker, black
30 in, $75 Elkay
Lustertone kitchen
sink, 18-gauge stain-
less self-rim, 22x37,
$50,269-1478
SPiano baby grand,
beautiful walnut
finish, with bench
made n USA, $500
obo call anytime,
904 616 9361
4 POOL ABOVE GROUND
4ft deep, 18 ft round,
It plus accessories.
e Needs liner.
$500 obo, call 904-221- 7045
SPool Table, 7 ft, leisure
bay, greatcondition,
leather drop pockets,
many accessories, I'll
disassemble, you move,
$350,654-4794
POOL TBL 8' Solid oak,
$1500,was $2700; Proj.
TV Wall unit $500; BB
Hoop best offer. 874- 8833
4; Printer- HP3915 desk-
let (new), $40,
I visioneer scanner, $20,
Linksys Router, USB
adapter, $15 obo,
Rhonda, 403. 422, evenings
904-264-9935
4; Prom dresses (2)
beautiful, size 18 &
I | > 20.1 dress is
Sbalc/white. The
other is pink & blue.
Worn once,
call Roni-912-729.-6776
SSofa, loveseat set, day
Sbed, w/trundle, Dell
computer, small ste-
reo, 13" TV,video
camera, call 904 477- 9026
Sofa, loveseat set,
/ daybedwith
V trundle, dell com-
puter small stereo,
13" TV video camera
call 904-477-9026
SSOFA-1 colonial, $50.
SExcellent condition,
S Itwin size bdrm w/
chest of drawers,
headboard, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, call 221-0710
4 SOFAS-2, blue plaid,
SIrge TV, exercise bike,
ent. center,2 end
tables, twin mattress,

SPEAKER BOX

Ported Fiberglass box for
(4)12" subs. Will paint
to your choice of color.
$600 obo. 237-8680
30L" x40w" x 18H"

; Taverneau Antique,
25 pieces, ten
I platesbowls, large
salad bowl, players,
hand made in Haiti,
$295,771.-0249
4; TIRES (2), 195- 1'
SFord Ranger, $25,
1 stereo floor
Speakers, $60,
4 wheels for Toyota
"Mags" $75, 771- 4674
Toilet, 1970's
pdwered blue toi-
9 let, and sink, full
flush; elongated
bowl. $10 cash or $15
both. 264-6785
; Trash Compactor,
$100, HP Phots-
Smart printer, $40,
color TV, $25,
Fax machine, $10.
Call 579-6471 or 757- 0487
4; Treadmill $100,4x6
trailer $300, Riding
e lawn mower $300,
small freezer $60,2
bakers racks $100,1997
pickup $5500.
904272- 7352
H; Trumpet King $150,
o carpet plush,
off-white, 7 1/2 x12,
$80, air compressor,
$70, sump pump new, $60,
276-3584
JL VENDING
SMACHINES- five
counter top, like
new, great, for
small office or shop
make offer,
904-536-8870/779- 9601

915 Building
Supplies

& Windows- Vinyl,
S double hung,
S (2) 24x60, (1) 36x60
cost $650,
sell $500, 276-7042
920 Business/
Office

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

922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

4; Maple wood custom
Kitchen cabinet doors,
tL some draws top-line
hardware, $250,
French wood doors, $100
each 576 2251
4; RING- Cold feet, no
l wedding, beautiful
Xlj engagement ring.
Never worn. Helzberg
Diamonds, excellent con-
dition asking $2600 obo,
after 5p, 904- 277- 3778
4- Teddies, cherished
/ Many retired and
Y \r very cheap.
Everything under
$20, lost of displays
912-673-6041

928 Electronics
4; HDTV- 60 in.
/ ,Philips, $1600,
call 904.591-5760
4; JL AUDIO 500
| amplifier w/ 2
I | kicker competition
UR 12.5' speakers,
in 28"x13.5" box,
new $750, now $400
904-334-4932
4; SAS BAZOOKA
/ BASS TUBES 2x6",
I 100 warr and
pioneer TS- 1011
2x4" coaxial, two- way.
All $150, 685-2525
4; Sony 36" television
1 FD Trinitron Wega
I J Flat CRT with
matching sony
stand, like new condi-
tion ,$450 obo, 880-7008
A- TELEVISION-
Sony 32", $100, obo
\J^ 904-213.3444


Thunder 5500
(2) speakers, (2)
MTX s 3404,400 watt
amps, 29"xlS5."
box, bat-cap,
$700 firm, 904-334-4932
STV, 14 in. RCA color,
flat screen. Sleep
timer w/ remote,
looks/works great,
$60.268 2482

945 Garage
Sales

ARGYLE -/ Chimney
Lakes. Lg multi fam,
8459 Sand Point Dr. W.
Sat only 3/25 8-4
4; ARGYLE- Chimney
Lakes, 8516 Ban-
S dera Circle East.
Moving Sale Sat-
urday, 7-noon, furni-
ture, household items,
clothes, toys, etc.
904 542-5304
Arl/Clifton Moving Salel
Furn, children clothes,
odds & ends. Sat 9-3;
5532 Floral Ave.
ARL -2831 Woodtop Dr.
Fri-Sat 8-5, HH items,
tools, clothes, furn, kit
supplies & more.
ARL -moving sale, 469
Holiday Hills Cir W.
massage tbi, frzr, furn,
wedding gown, sz 8 &
more. Sat Sun 7am.


945 Garage
945 Sales

Arl Moving Sale Fri. 9am
5325 Santa Rosa Way Ithr
sofas, bed, tbls, chrs...
BAYMEADOWS MOVING
SALE! Sat. 8-2. Furn,
H'hold items, patio set,
8813 Canopy Oaks Dr.
L Fleming Island
Osprey Bluff Blvd.
SCommunity Yard
Sale, off CR 220.
Many Homes, many
items, Saturday
March 4th, 8-2pm
Fruit Cove: Benefit
Garage Sale! Sat 3/25.
8am. 1128 Kalmia Court.
SHuge Yard Sale
Saturday March
4th 8am until 2pm,
6749 Lenox Ave.
Jax. GREAT PRICES!
ICW Multi Fam. Moving
sale. Everything's gotta
go. Sat 7-3. 328 Full
moon Trail, (OFF KERNIN)
4 JAX. Garage sale,
,I. Mar. 18,8- 8Ia, 2163
S Fresco Dr. @
220/209, every-
thing must go, boys
bike, window a/c unit,
sect. sofa,
washer/dryer,
futon bunk etc.
Mand/Beau Clerc HUGE
MULTI FAM. 3/17 3/18
3/24 & 3/25, 8-4. CIng
strg units, furn, antqs
h'hold, lamps, comp
desks, ent ctr, much
more! 9668 Wexford Rd
off Beau Clerc







MANDARIN -multi fam,
clothes, hs'wares,
electronics, 3850 Marnie
Place, Fri 8-6, Sat 8-1
Mandarin Sat. 8-3. Furn,
toys, books, clths, misc,
11265 Irish Moss Dr.
SOUTHSIDE -multi fam
sale, Colonial Pt Con-
dos, 5201 Atlantic Blvd.
in Clubhouse. Antq's,
stemware, clothes &
misc. Sat 3/25 8-2
ST. NICHOLAS
REMODELER'S SELL OUT
Tools, furniture, plumb-
ing, electric, antiques,
building materials,
Sat, Mar 25, 9.5,
3626 Stanley St.
ST. NICH -PURGING
PACK RATS! -tons, too
much to list. 2030
Southampton Rd.
Fri-Sat 8- till.
WESTSIDE-Sat 8-2,


955 Household
5 Furniture

MOVING SALE -Every-
thing must go. LR, DR,
kit, ofc, furn, 379-8552
SOriental Couch & 2
matching chairs w/
in laid mother of
pearl design cost
$2300, sell $1200,
call 249-1666
Queen cherry 4 post rice
bed w/serta mattress
$250/obo 904-563-4991
SQueen Mattress and
Sbox spring like new,
|Jused, 2 months, paid
$400, asking $300 obo,
call Dave, 588 3022
4 Recliner, dark blue,
S$50, sofa, large, 82"
long, blue/beige
tweed, excellent
cond., $350, 260 2086
SLEEPER SOFA-
Re- upholstered,
S 3 cushioned,
beautiful, $250,
call 904 821- 0172,
located Atlantic Beach
; Sofa be'd queen,
microfiberm suede,
Sdr persimmon, 1-year
Sod $675, 904 215 6835
Sofa burgundy Ithr &
.chr, lyr old, still under
warr, from Sofa Express
$700. New Whirlpool
gold Series 5 burner
flattop Stainless &
black stove, never
used, Iron & glass cafe
table w/2chrs, great
cond $100. 3 iron bar
stools, great cond $100.
coffee tble with
matching end tables,
cream colored, column
look glass top. orig $900,
sell $150. 262-6564
SOFA -Dual reclining
sofa with massage,
hidden storage arms
and center fold-down
table with built-in cup
holders. Blue uphol-
stery. Also blue
Recliner. Appt 751-6424.
9 STORAGE TOWER
S Holds 600 CD's
| or 230 DVD's,
t or 110 VHS tapes,
woodgrain lockable on
casters, $75. 268-2482
4; Wood Bunk beds,
drawers, desk,
S bottom bed on
Wheels, mat-
tresses, bunkie boards,
$400,220-2910 retail
$1400
4; FURNITURE SET,
Complete, brand
S new bedroom, liv-
ing room, enter-
tainment, kitchen,
computer hutch, great
deal, good price!
904803-7963

9 Machinery
960 & Tools


soer C ins Pines,
off Collins Rd. Craftsman 10
W'SIDE LRG Comm Sale!! / Stationary radial
in Confederate Cross- | f arm saw, model
ing sub-div. Sat. 4/1, 315.220100,2 yrs
9-2. From Chaffee Rd. old, excellent cond.,
turn R onto Grayson St. work top, mobile stand
follow to the end where & and extra, "new" parts
you will enter Confed- included, $350 obo,
erate Crossing sub-div. 904-251-5161
W'side Moving Sale! 4 CRAFTSMAN TOOLS
Everything Goes. W/D table saw jointer,
TV, VCR, microwave, | J planer, Dove tail,
turn. etc. Fri. & Sat. 8.4; maker like new,
8403 PERRYMAN LN. N. N. call 904777-4981
; Yard Sale: 12392 DEWALT 18v,
SDancy Sat. 3/18, 1 combo pack, cir-
I s8-12 only: kids fur- cular saw, ligsaw,
nature, clothes, R goose neck, lite,
baby, stuff, computer, 1/2" drill, gooseneck,
house hold items lite, batteries; charger,
Yar Sal$600 value. $350,
A Yard Sale 247-9532
SMulti- Family Sat-
4;| urday March 4th, a Dewalt 18v combo
Sam-. 1pr, 12066 pack, ig-saw, 1/2
Sunchase Drive Jax, drill, circular saw,
Hawkins Cove Reey Saw, Goose- Neck
Development 'Lite, batteries charger, $325
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE (eve's) 247- 9532
This Sat & Sun Have 4 Rockwell Modle 9
Your Garage Sale at I Contractor Table-
The Market Place! t .Lh saw, heavy duty,
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA comes with heavy
___ duty motor extension
for large sheets od
Sn n Garden/ plywood. Excellent
ew0 Lawn condition. Evenings,
_________ ~Mike 912- 729-2924
Honda Equip: Tractor 4 TABLESAW10"
18hp 45' deck $1800; 14" BANDSAW
Commerical Mower 21" u Jt, W.OOD W/BOOKS &
$410; Commerical Weed HARDWARE, $600,
Wacker $185; Stihl 904-287-1905
Equip: Edgter $185;
Hedge trimmer
w/exted reach $310. 965 Medical
904-230-8897 970- _e__h-dise
ro SnapperRear SCOOTER -Lark, good
S engine riding cond, elec which, $950,
S mower 28" cut 9hp, 2 walkers, $50ea. Chair
Briggs Bagger '. J -. d I .~ C
and mulch kit -..-..n .: r : , i .3
$600 obo, 292 1476 il:c S -la-
4 Troy- Bilt Tiller, 6 h.p.,
S2-speed, with reverse I1U 1 ltIC l
H P rear tires with fur- 970 rlei ( handle'
rower attachment, ici u
$450 obo, call offer
4pm, 291-1044
DRUMSEr: .,i .: -
S Troy-BuiltTiller6 ,x, r,_-, n, r .:..:.,, 2
SH.P. rear tires, with -. .>. -: r r I -
Sfurrower, 2 speed .r- ,- r,, :
w ith reverse _:r-.-,._. : i, -, r ,..:
$450 obo, call after I-i .- '.5 201
291-1044
__________.__ Swingstar Drums,
comilen Iel. 8-450,
955 Household I call912 729 1585
955 Furniture

Dining Room Set Walnut 980 o -" -
Table, 6 chairs & china .-o
cabinet $500 or best
offer. 744-0515 Bicycle. Recom-
bant PRO-FORM.
Arm lre- Never \. bat condition.
usedo, ClieCtlOn i l s
Europa,fliawlesl udeshand
u flrawles, weights. 580 call
96" tall 58 wide, 619 2417 anytime
2 piece, $1450 obo, 619 2 anytime
904287-4159 Body Glove meas.
Bed Child'sOakTwin medium shorty wet
Bed Child'sOakbTwm f suil crimson on
| ~ captalnbedw/four black.2 I mm
bodrawer store and. density. 40 685 2525
bookcase headboard.
Excellent used condition, Bowiles TL i leg
$200,904-777.1167 eteniion. retails.
S iL 0, asking S700
BED $100 QUEEN SET obo. cellent cond-
New, in plastic w/warr hior. never ued call
Can Deliver. 391-0015 7Z6 44-o6 anytim "
BED $165 Qn Pillow Top Bubble 2 irons,
set, New in plastic o taylor made, 3-pw,
w/warranty. 858-9350 .1- graphite shaH,
BED A Brand Name. Full excellent condi-
set $115. New w/warr. head covers Original
in plastic. Call 391-0015 grips in v cellent
BED A Brand Name condition 904 803 9843
$170 King Set FOOSBALLTABLE -
NEW, with warranty '. ,,,, - J' -
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Beautiful temp- GoIllB Pak.35.ena
pedic mem. foam matt call 264 6652
& box w/warr. New in
plastic. $379. 398-5200 SC HUNT CLUB r-.. i a
BED Brand Name. Kg PT .r ,.-,
mattress $299. New, w/ L 0"- "', 1 ,'.,'i:..J .',:,
warr. Can del. 398-5200 ,r
4 BED KING 4-POST -. 7elelphone- ATI
Pillow-Top mattress/ '57
box springs & T cordless.5.8 CHZ.
x dresser, all like-new. t an ei s-
Moving, must sell, tcln. lalkin g caller I.D.
$1800/obo 272.4806 rNaIl S4hnq & more.
Nice 6k'. 26e 2482

Chest of drawers, T ipperman AS.cu-lom
full size mattress, T pinball gun. 20 oz.
S boxspring frame co2. 2 brrel. 2 od..
adn head oardhardly hipper malk. aollou
used, 904-277-8205, $325 ned. 200 obo. 56 4258
- ------ TOASTROVEN
I Bedroom 4Pc Set $298 | cIlenc hpie.
4 Drawer Chests Frm $68 gieat condition. 125.
Sofas & Chair $298' 268 2482
25" Color TV's From $99 I TREK 2000. 1000
13 Rml8Pc Condo Pkg$9981 1 low miles, lots ol
2 Piece Queen Bed $199 I extras. S400,
SCORT CLEARANCE c all 904 504 6825
CENTER
[ (94) 396-9000 J 985Traileis

Bedroom Set +
Couch,brand new, UTIL TRLR 1611t 7000bs
5 piece, loveseat r : n .-. r. i:
withtwo tables, I -...: i: i -:1 J-91:.2.
from Rhodes furniture,
$750 each set, 838 8732 9 o 1 alliled To
BED Solid wood cherry 990 NU Oh TlI ,uh
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac. CATERING EQUIP-
$395. 858-9350 Can deliv T MENT. mountains,
Computer desk, holding oven &
S$40, console color mi sc. 904 923 9107
9T 27", $50, WILL BUY YOUR
912-7294685 T MARY KAY
4; Couch ande INVENTORY!!!
S loveseat, plaid, Please call
mostly greens, 904725-0009
and burgundies,
good condition,
$300 obo, 779- 5929

Desk youth with hutch
S& chair, $50 uphol-
kto stored, swivel rocker,
Screen pattern $75,
Lnda 7830197 Pets alid
Ent. Center-
Cherry Wood, Animals
ex center glass door,
solid shelves, fits 1005L..-I.-" I
36" TV paid $1200, UiC-i.h,-
asking $600 obo, 1010 l r ";. -r,..J ': uhri,.-
904- 213- 3444
Button with full
wood $175, lazy y -.
rc boy love sear, 1010 P
recliner, $125, both U0 Ullill'.
excellent condition,
880-7008 AMERICAN BULLDOG
LAZY BOY-recliner $40, .-- F .
3 cell fans $10ea. One t ,, ,:I I
Lazy boy rocker $20, 1 -''0 -i ',"', '-i- '-.2
printer $25. Cornerdesk AQUARIUM KIT
$20 382-9342 5 gallon tank. cover
A Love seat, light w light, pump, hil-
blue, plaid country ter, also water
SI o excellent condi- heater, manual, exc.
lion, $275t Queen cond, $25.00, 268. 2482
sleeper soa, burgundy BASSET HOUND -fern,
luegrenpaid?, AKC, 12wks, HC, $400
excellent condition RC, lws HC, $400
$350, 904-510-7656 cash 214-9564 aft 2p
S .Misc furnishings, BICHON FRISE AKC PUPS
Stable box springs. 3M/1F, Sire & Dam onsite
SI single bex reason- $650 $900. 478 923 8495
able offer, 9380103rd BOSTON TERRIER PUPS
Lot 10 days/904-317-6618/ M/F, brindle & bik/whi,
directions time HC, Ch.lines 352463.9395


1010 Pets &

S BOXER PUP
male, 13 weeks,
registered,
S call 371-3952 for
more information. Transportation
4 CAT- Orange, Free 100 Aviation
I to good home,2yr 1200Aviation
old-male, all shots, 125 Boats
904-291-3133 1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Cavalier King Charles Rentals
Spaniels 3M. 9wks HC. R22 tar u
1400o. 352- 514.9970' 1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
CHIHUAHUA PUPS AKC 1230 RV's and Supplies
very small cute & cuddly. 1235 RV Rentals
HC. $400. 386.-776.-2233 1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Chihuahua X Rat Terr Bikes
tiny B&W cute 9wks 2nd 1305 Auto Brokers
s/w $325 Mdbg 406-4155 1310Auto Parts
DACHSHUNDS Mini 8wks, 1315 Auto Rent/Lease
HC, CKC, bik/tan, $375. 1320 Antiques/Classics
904-955-5920/966-2318 1325AutomobileS
1DOBERMAN PUPS AKC, 335$2000 or Less
eDOBERMAN PUchPS AKC, 1340Trucks/Trailers/
$250each. U
904-651-0374 sUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
DOBERMANS AKC Pet/ 1350 Misc. Auto
Show pups. Int'l lines. 1355 Auios/Trucks
$1500 & up. 386.649-5280 1355 Wantedrucks
DOBERMANS PINCHERS Wanted
Red & Black, AKC, ears &
tails $800. 229.247.5493 1205 Boats
Fish Tank- 55 gal-
lon, cherry wood
Color w/pump adn $ CASH PAID $
caish top 904ncluded, Boats or Yachts 545 8303
GERMAN SNORT HAIR
POINTERS AKC, Helped **** LET US ****
Jan 16th '06, Parents SELL YOUR BOAT
are working plantation Salter Marine
guide dogs, puppies are
Roan, Patched & Ticked, Specialists Inc.
4M/4F, $500. 229-941-2652 904-284-0155
or 229-891-1742,
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
CKC shots & hith cert l1ft, Aluminum
$400. Call 386-963-4932 i Lowe J n boat,
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS Evinrude outboard
Ready Easter Male/Feale/Female, motor, 1983, 50hp,
AKC regs., PK bloodline, Johnson outboard
$550, 904-230.9602, 1971, $2K obo,
READY FOR VIEWING 904744.1794
Call for Appt, 770- 361- 4728 16' skeeter Bass
P GREAT DANE PUPS,/ A Boat 89',
www-.freewebs.com/kInskennel/ | 2 livewells, new
AKC/CKC. 904-259-1706 4 carpet, 70hp,
Yamaha Hummingbird
w GUINEA PIGS (2) electronics, $3000 obo,
with cages free to call hrs 904625-6257
x ri gooi home.rcu i
s 514.5615/262 1366 17.5 HYDRASPORT -CC,
$300Ra nr150hp trs mtr, fshfndr,a
HAVANESE PUPS- Will be trlr, $7500 221-5912
ready 3/22. 2F,1M.
Black/White party. AKC
call for $. 904-940-8804 18'1986 Regal Bow-
JACK RUSSELL -AKC, rider with Mercruiser
$3 Ray 779-2 90 g ruor seats and lower
Unit. Motor runs well
JACK RUSSELLS -CKC, and hull is in good
Born 1/22, 2M/2F condition Some new
Smo thcoat,short'legs ..s, -galvanized
904287-2726/707-793 guides. Great project
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER boat, looks good,
fern, all shots, Smo old, needs good home,
$450 w/access. 372-9003 Asking $600 or best
LAB PUPS AKC -choc,
yellw, blacks, POP $275
912-422-3909 18' 2003 HYDRA SPORT
180cc 115 HP Yamaha,
LAB PUPS AKC chocolate 93 hours on engine.
& yellows, $400. PREMIUM PACKAGE
Call 386-963-4932 Bimini top, center
MIALTSEP A, ~console, depth finder,
MALTESEPUPS AKC, Front and rear cooler
tiny,01 top qualitypups seats, 55 gal fuel tank.
$750-$1000. 9044613459 32 gallon bait well
PIT BULL PUPS -ADBA fishing tackle and rod
PregT Gr yPUieAo storage. Swim plat-
E Gray Line/ Razors0 form, front and rear
Edge 904-683-9301 seat cushions.
PIT BULL PUPS/ADBA Absolute Pristine Con-
Blue nose. Seals buck edition. Kept in dry in
skins &fawns. Blue Sire storage $14,500. Has 2
for stud. 904-635-3319 year warranty. Call
Chris 0686- 6042
PIT BULLS Solid blues,
ADBA, watchdog blood- 4 19'2002 Trophy CC.
line. 298-3033/298. 5538 125hp Mercury,
u 4,0 Depth finder, GPS,
POMERANIANS, blues, Bimini, live well,
biks, bik/tan, blue sable warranty, extras.
Shi-Tzu's, toy poodles $16,500 obo,
Reg, HC 374-6177 904422-3113
POODLES Toys, AKC 1 M, 19' BAYLINER CAPRI 192
apricot, gorgeous. HC, 04-Cuddy, 135hp Merc,
CASH ONLY 619-3945 DF, cover, 23gal., like
PUG PUPPIES, AKC, fawn, new $12K. 904-282-8024
3 M avail. POP, $400 .600 4 19'Bayliner with
pix's avail. 912-437-3929 I trailer. This boat
Rottweiler -Mastiff 4,J'.. with a 115hp Merl
Rottweiler-Mastiff U Forcemiotor sa
Pups 8wks CKC, HC, must see. Must Sell
$350. 904-704-8328 ASAP due to PCS! Call
SHAR-PEI -blk R 3m 912- 67, 6668, very low
great personality, hours.Totally loaded.
Serous inq. only $250 $3500obo
obo. 904-536-3098 22.5' Glasstron GS225 '99
WEIMARANER PUPS AKC 220hp Volvo eng, I/O,
rare blue color, $400. $13,900obo. 912.261-8324
Call 386-963-4932 28 Bayliner Contessa 84
WEST HIGHLAND TERRIER Bimini top, sleeps 6,
pups, AKC, M/F, POP,non 10' beam, $17K. 249-4231
shed $600, 352-591-5068
BOUNDER '98 36FT
YORKIES MINIATURE, w/slide chevrofet gas;
AKC, POP, HC, 2 fem Iloaded, 22K ml, like new
8 wks. $1K. 904-563-2639 $45.000. 229-985-6351


1205 Boats
4 Regal 2500
Bowrlder. Volvo,
Immaculate 2001.
5.7L, I/O. 165 hrs.
full canvas am/fm/cd.
Much morel
$35K obo. 237- 5064
Seadoo GTX-1994 & 1995
Both are in great condi-
tion and ready to run.
Both have the Formula
Jet System as well as
reverse. 3 Seaters with
lots of extras, on gal-
vanized double trailer
with dual winches.
Super Nice- asking
$3900 or best offer.
619-2990
4; Triton TR- 175 2004,
Bass boat, loaded
w/extras,
extended war-
ranty, $15,500, Patrick,
904291-0847
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440

1230 R'sas
1Z Supplies
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL'
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800- 541. 6439
AIRSTREAM 26ft,
International
1982, rare find.
Execellent condi-
tion, hitch included,
$13,500. Located in
Mayport 821-0172
ALINER EXPEDITION '05
All opt's, AC, used only
4x's. $14Kneg. 571-8795
COACHMEN 32' 1995
Diesel Pusher, Lded.
$32K. Can be viewed at:
www.rvsellersonline.com
Stock #207741
904-210-0392
CRUISE Master, GA Boy
Class- A'89, 28FT, 460
Ford eng, John Deer
chassis, new updates,
Must see. $9500. 771- 8140
FOR SALE-RV RESORT-
OUTDOOR WORLD.
Lifetime membership.
Beautiful & well main-
tained 15 Resorts:
FL/IL/SC/VA/ NJ/PA
(3)/MA/ME. You may
rent RVs/cabins. Own
your RV stay free 14
nites at any resort & go
park to park year round
& return if desire.
3- point hookups. Have
security, laundry facs
country store, planned
activities, clubhse,
pools, games, etc.
explore local areas
such as PA dutch/Get-
tysburg /Williamsburg
/Oisney/Boston/Stur-
bridge. Lifeime mem-
berships are no longer
avail. This can be
passed down to the
next generation. Paid
$8700. Sell for $1,500 +
this year's member-
ship fees ($400). I am a
senior & no longer
desire to travel. Call
Violet Howell
386.-246-5068 or e-mail
vynhowell@bellsouth.net.

STARCRAFT TOY HAULER,
'01, 27ft, exc cond., TT,
$11,500. Call 541-2166
4 TOY HOWLER 05', 33'
S5th whl, sleeps 6, 5.5
4-1 ikwgen, loaded, $30k,
staying at Eagle
Hammock RV Park,
607-435-0538
TRAVEL TRAILER Frank-
lin '06, super slide out,
WD, Awing, AC, $16,500.
Call 850-322-7152


1230 siRV's
1230 Supplies


$ CASH PAID
RVs, MHs, TTs 545-8303


1300 Motorcycles
4 Buell Blast Vanee
S& Hines, 02'pipes,
S 600 cc, blac less,
tL then 150 miles,
garaged only $3200,
call 904384, 8996

H.D. SPORTSTER -'04,
1200C, 6k mi, $9k,
352-542-3162 or
352-949-3614
; Harley 2005, 883XL,
S sportstar owe
i ed$7795, all riding
gear included, plus
bags, ram straps, call
Kevin 912. 576 4112

HARLEY DAVIDSON1
Fatboy 2001 exc cond
10k mi Call 759-7744
SHBarley Davidson 98'
SCustomized Sportster,
looks and runs great,
drag bars pipes, gas
tank/ dashboard,
$5500 neg. 705-6466

4 HARLEY DAVIDSON
S2001, ultra classic
IO impeccable con-
V edition, 30Kmi,
always garaged, ser-
viced faithfully pwr
cmdr, stage 1 exhaust,
$15k500 obo,
912-322-6949
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON 00'
SRoad King, excellent
$ condition, 4700 miles,
priced to sell, $13,500.
Call Mike, 298-2077,
days 955-7119
A HARLEY DAVIDSON 01'
S1200 Sportster, 8915
1L mi. black w/red pin
S stripes, looks & runs
like new. Windshield, H.D.
Dyna sear with back rest.
rear pegs, engine guards
and luggage rack.
$7500,610-6062
4 Harley Davidson
T 1980, FLH runs and
looks great, garage
904 2644210, after
2:30pm
4 HONDA 1979, gold
wing, new tires,
S garage kept,
Kingsland, GA w/
sidecar call
912-673-1897/ after 5
912-729-8904 JIM
4 HONDA GL 1000
With side car, must
see, willing to
Se- mail picture, call
Jim, 912-729-8904/
912- 673-1897 w/
asking $6000
HONDA VF700S Sabre
'84. V4, liqcool, $1700.
Call 282-9618
4 Kawasaki 2X-7R, built
1 2 show, built for
-I speed, never raced
wrecked, or stunted,
8k miles, $6000 obo,
564-4258


1300 Motorcycles
Sportster 2001,
XL 1200 C, low
miles, lots of
extra chrome,
excellent, blue/silver,
$8500 obo 912-674-4453

4; Suzuki V5 800 GL
intruder, excellent
condition. Come by
Id anytime, 2268
Mayport Rd. #132 or
call 910-7652
SSuzuki VL 1500C
S2001, 9,320 original
miles, burgundy, 8
Gold, long shot,
pipes. saddle bags w/
extra $6500, call
912-26 2690
4 Yamaha 2000, V-Star,
.. black, 8265 miles,
\1. saddlebags, highway
bar, sissybar,
Clymer manual included,
$4000 obo, 904- 777- 2850

1310 Auto Parrts
SBench Seat (rear)
from 1995 Dodge
Caravan. Grey
S fabric, vinyL No
rips or tears, excellent
cond. $25.268 2482
SBF GOODRICH (2)
205/75R15 tires for
1 sale. Almost new,


(904)8034287
A CUSTOM WHEELS
$400.4, 17x7, 5 lug,
S 6.SJJ wide chrome
bella/niche, paid
$1880 plus 3 free tires
CALL 807-6587

H FORD five lug
SAmerican Racing
j Rims w/ 31 x10.50
pro. comp tires, 12k
miles, fits 5395,15 in,
$500 622-8391, Ron
4 Hitch 84-96 Jeep
SCherokee Wagon
t looks brand new,
asking $75,
904-219 1508
4 HONDA ACCORD,
S 4 door, fully
L reloaded, will sell
ca engine, and parts,
call 912. 496- 4885 or
912-674-2469
4 REAR BENCH 5EAT
S from 1995 Dodge
I Caravan. Grey oth
& vinyl, real nice
condition, $25,268- 2482
A Rims & lTires from
05' Dakota. 16x8,
S5x5.5 bolt pattern.
255/65R16
Goodyear Eagle LS.
SOOmiles,
$400,904422. 3113

1 Antiques/
1320 3C lassies
A FORD GALAXY 1964
S500,4- door z89,
| auto, new paint,
new interior,
$4500/obo. 635 2318

1325 Automotive

/7\ ACURA TSX'04
Leather, CD, sun-
roof, white. $19,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ACURA TSX'04
SLeather, sunroof,
CD, silver. $21,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
" AUDI Tr QUATTRO
'01. Fully
equipped. $18,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/-:BMW 3251 '06. Like
Snew, only 3000
miles. $34,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
t BMW 330CIC CONV
'04. Only 30,000 mi
Like new! $36,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BUICK LESABRE LTD '04
St#1636A $17,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BUICK REGAL '99
St#BUC815B $5488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


1325 Automotive

CADILLAC CTS '04
SSilver, extra low
miles. $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Pearl white/
tan. beautiful.
$23,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC DEVILLE
j '05. Fully
equipped. $25,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC DEVILLE '05.
Loaded, outstanding
cond. priced to sell
quicKly $20,799. 3897700
CADILLAC ELDORADO '97
Excellent condition, must
sell very fast, need cash!
$3875. Call 389.7700
CADILLAC SEVILLE '93
Excellent shape, loaded,
must sell fast, need cash
$1975. Call 389.7700
CADILLAC SLS '97,
85k miles, $6000.
703.9775 or 772.643.1475
f- Camaro SS 2000,
black, t. top, loaded


CHEVROLET SIL-
VERADO, Z71,
extended cab, 4x4,
p1, pw, excellent
condition, $11,500,
838-5572
CHEVY CAVALIER LS '05
4dr.$99 a month WAC.
Call today 771-9100
CHEVY IMPALA 05
Very clean, 20" wheels.
$218/mo. WAC. 771-9100
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '01
St#2617B $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'05. Excellent condition,
must sell very fast
$12,975. Call 389-7700
CHRYSLER SEBRING LXI
'04.4dr, very low miles,
must sell fast. $210mo.
wac. Call 771-9100
4 FordCouteur 2000
tinted windows,
S|f83k miles, black/cd
player & cd
changer, clean Int,
$4000 oo, 904-497-9045
Ford Escort 2000 Sporty
2dr coupe, manual
trans, good gas milage,
runs great. $3500
912-576-5025
Ford Explorer 97'
a Eddie Bauer Edition
S mo. Leather, new
transmission, sirus
satellite included. 171K
miles, $5000 obo,
call 477- 4551
4 FORD Freestar
mini-van. 2004,
| 4 excellent condi-
tion/maintenance,
original owner below
book for quick sale,
$10,600,904-282- 5452
D FORD MUSTANG 73'
S Convertible fully
| |restored, blcK/slvr,
m 302 w/ C4, auto,
many new parts, $22K
obo, 904-654S5557
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
St#1570A $18,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG GT '94
Cony. Leather, loaded,
exc cond, must sell
quickly. $3875.389-7700
FORD TAURUS '03
St#G034 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Ford Taurus 1995,
S4 door, pw, ac, c/c,
S must sell ASAP,
due to PCS, excel-
lent condition, $2500
obo, call 912- 674- 6668
HONDA ACCORD '05. Very
clean, must sell fast
$18,988. Call 771-9100
y HONDA ACCORD
EX V6'04. Fully
equipped. $20,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
St#7444B $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


1325 Automotive

f HONDA ACCORD
EX V6 '05
$24,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
E HONDA ACCORD
EX '04 Leather, CD,
sunroof. $19,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4; Honda Accord EX,
S 2000, V6, leather,
loaded, 52K new tires,
cd, cassette, moon-
roof, $12,300,912- 575281
HONDA ACCORD LX '00
V6. Must sell fast!
$10,980. Call 771-9100
HONDA PILOT EX '03, Ithr
4x4, 3rd row seats, fully
loaded, gar kept.
$23,000. 912-510-7260

HYUNDAI TIBURON GT '03
St#1147A $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/7\ INFINITI G35 '04
Coupe, Premium,
Package. $29,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

/7 : JAGUAR XJ8'04
S Only 10K mi. Save
thousands. $39,240
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
KIA RIO '04
St#G030 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
M KIA RIO 2001 auto
Sair, cd, new tires,
I needs new engine,
S $600 or best offer,
call 262-3924
Mercedes 260E '89 Good
Interior, body in good
shape,needs mechanic
cal work. 'As Is' $5000
obo 443-7116
MERCEDES C230 KOM '03
St#7404A $14,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Mercedes E-320 01'.
perfect cndtiondition,
904-955-9570 ask for Steve
Mercedes E-320
T black 2001 war-
rnaty loaded,
beautiful car,
$22,000, call 699-7886 or
504- 4670
me MGB 1973',
SMGB- OT 1972', MGB
Needs work, OT is
parts car both for
$1000, call Jeff
904- 277. 8783hm/8161wk
f't MINI COOPER '05
\e.' Only 2000 miles.
$20,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4- Mitsubishi Eclipse
O S 1999 Spyder
S convertible, 98K
miles, 2nd owner,
exec. condition new-
top must sell,
$6300 386-8154
& Mitsubishi Eclipse OS,
S99', Spyder convert-
1 ible, 98k miles, exec.
condition, new tires,
must sell, $7300 obo,
904-386-8154
6 Mitsubishi Eclipse
S GS 1999 Spyder
I\ convertible, 96K
Smiles, 2nd owner,
exec. condition new
top must sell,
$6300 386.-8154
MITSUBISHI GALANT '02
St#2398A '$10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
9 Mustang Cobra 03'
S3100 miles, blue
S adult owned,
origlanl owner,
garage kept, $32,000
obo, Scott, 904 607-4738
4 Nissan Quest 3.8S
minivan $21,800
S obo, 26,147 ml,
904-7043722
7\. NISSAN SENTRA
S'05. Only 7000
miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN SENTRA '99
St#BUC1632A $4988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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1325 Automot 1325 Automotive 1340 Tr / 13ailesr 1340 Trailers
SUV's SUV's SUV's
PONTIAC G6 '05 VW JETlA 2003, SUSUVs
St#G006 $17,588 / 4 door sedan
Turbo, 2 l5 mRles PICKUP 97 swb Track, 6 cyl, full St#UCF924A$8988
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02 black excellent ATAC, regular cab, power, moon ro, TOM BUSH AUTOP 37148
St#F983 $9988 condition, must see. 6V, 87K miles, very sharl
TOM BUSH ATOPLEX 371-4877 Call 34 5000 white, nice work truck, Leather, 6 cd, 88 roofNX04
904272 7352 rack, Tonneav cover,
TOMB P 711.500 obo3 5 7S t#1929A $12,988
SATURN L200 '01 VW JETTA GLS '01 CHEVY 2500 Suburban 9049405230 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
St#BUCG042A $5988 silver & black, AT, '93, 4x4, 139K mi, $3400
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 sunrf, cold air, obo. Call 904-491-0230 Ford Explorr XLS TOYOTA 4RUNNER
asking $9600 obo. 04 excellent con- '03. Beautiful
SATURN S2 4dr '97 Lded 55kmi, 904-710-1254 CHEVY 4+4 PU '99 dltion, 22,000 miles,
$2500obo. 904-269 0484 WEEKLY SPECIALS TOM BUSH AUTPLEX 31-48TT77 15750, military LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
member deployed, 998-0012
SATURN SW295 95 Town Country Van $5879 607-5364 or 8211613
St#BUCG042A $98 '01 Saturn $3495 CHEVY BLAZER'01
TOMBUSH AUTOPLEX31-4877'01 Grand Prix GT $7495 Runs great, cruise FORD F250 '04 Diesel, TOYOTA 4RUNNER
'00 KIa Sporage $5495 control. pwr steering, Harley Day. Ltd Edt. VS. '05. LIMITED
4, SCION XB 2006, XB, KIMBALL MOTORCARS pwr brakes electric AT, 4WD PS, P B AC, P/SV Leather, C .
am/fm/cd, auto 8500 Atlantic Blvd windows & locks, air PMrP/i, CC Arb $29,995
4.a/c p1, pw excel- 722-2227 conditioning, all new th tow pkg 5th whl, $29,995
lent !condition, www.dmbal4motorar.com tires. Reade y to go 41,800mi. Loaded! LUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$17,500 8385572 anywhereyou want. 32K. 904-731-155 or 998-0012The economy c m pact f the
anytime Asking $10000 obo. 904-259-4944
ubaru Impreza TrucksVans, SUVs 00-0 772 8197 Leave a msg FORD F-250 XLT '99, 4x4, TOYOTA 4RUNNE SR
S1997AWD,4 cyl ext cab, new tires, l
steroat, ca runs ilita CHEVYBLAZER'OO. 4dr. $11,70.. Call 714-1698 or Fast15,9B.
only. Cal 904627396. Miitary must sell fast $5995. 955-1855 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '02
*3OOO obo and Call now 771,9100 FORD RANGER VU'00
Civilian Chevy Fully loaded St#BUC7271A $7388 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
-TYOT AL S Cian TO military in Northeast ldoridd a
TOYOTA AVALON XLS Ci 03', many extras TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
'99, exc con d. $8400. DOWN I FTOY OTASEQUOIA LTD '
Ca EVE945-8986 I$ DOWNDY I 9optlons new, a FrRaer XStheast G org a
$33,000 must sell '04. In pristine cond,
Cal$ D WNopiosow F R ngEntertainment Sys.
TOYOTA CAMIRY'00.Verymoving,$15,900, Sc tylext. cab,12.00k Entertainmentys
clean, must sell fast EVERYBODY 265miles, btedcover,S u h a se rg a i
$8995. Call now771.9100 R S Chevy Fully loaded 5 auto, all Powr asa/c, auto, ll power,1
9 0, many extras, $4950, obo, 91288.2 6014 TOYOTA Tacoma ',
TOYOTA CAMRY 98 I -, man xs, Odbi cab w/topper, 4cyl,
Very low mil. options new,
mes.$6955 C 0 Fuly le dl c GMC SIERRA PU 88 a wto pp 4,
Call today! 7719100 Chris 662-0726 33,000 must s St#C70A P$588 5K, $1,00. 591 n
moving.31 $17,900, TOM#BUSUOLE 7X 3147
TOYOTA CAMRY'94 m2699527o TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Toyota Tacoma
Veryclean._$5988 b illio n _yL .to
Call now 771 9100tCHEVY 510 XCAB '00 (1iHONDA CRV SE '05 SR5 01' 6cyl.
,VeR cean. $6995 Leahter, CD, sun- |doublecab, 38,695
TOYOTA MATRIX XR 05 $2000 or Less a 771 9100 roof $21,89 miles, non smoker,.8ll o n
Ver, clean. low miles. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $14,900 90479728
muat se ias-t $528 mc. CHEVY CORSICA '89, 2.8 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 998-0012 "
V 3 : C 3 1 1 1[o0a0 3 1 9 1 0 0 'J 6 L T I K 5 i .'k s '0 I E r C Z I l I a c i e ,
O.ag Cal oa3, 771 910 r6at.$,T I -I:.19 sr:ns 0 Ece.lnc cii,,r. HUMMER H2 03 1345 Vans/Buses
TOYOTA SOLAR C0 gra 4.85. Cal .O LEATHER LOADED. MNRF
r. C len mustll DODGE 1500 UAD37 900
i no Ch Monte Carlo.04 O CA .200 GORDON CHEVROLET ODWINDSTAR Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who
Call n.., 771 glenJ Pontiac Bonneville'02 4I ,' 2wd.,auto, 92000 904-272-2200 02 Full9 equipped
4 Toyota Solaria SLE Chevy Silverado '02 sport a c, pw, ad IS 13.995
66', a22K abo 199/m. $0 down WAC tilt. pseat 770 3 INFINITIQX6 '05 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
13,124 miles, E-1 & UpAroved 904 27 4673 Navigation. Fully 998-0012
7072Ddeaoa20 E uilped. 1A5.995
STol470372t 1a4 Dodge Dota LEXU JACKSONVILLE ,. NISSANquest,3SS buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
Coupe- 06',13 127. VS. 6 sp, all ower. 998-0012 L. mlnlvan 05'.
milesz2Kobo. PCS 9 03327, 26147miles, $21.S0
904Dodge Ram 86ne warranty.alarm, hitch JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE obo904 704 3722 2
9047043722 tDodge Ram 86s new hitch LAREDO 02 Ve clear. wo
STO.O T i. T iRC cSd ,tro.nt nC" DOaGEDURANO05 Io la,--1008. ,,A U5,O know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
air condition motor needs carb work, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 JEEP WRANGLER 01 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
60") 'negotiable. $2000 Jon 564 4258 AT 4CVi. 54 riOml. gre-,.
Rick 77294200.2on 4 DODE RAM 94', t rp. b il l. ld ithr m t TOYOTA SIENNA
Dog Rmstandard cab 5miOTN
TOYTOA CAMRY 03 Dodge Ram- lue 39L 31n.,lift.33n in l $1 1, 277 XLE 04. Onlj
Not 1 AR. t DcohareR893 oeriedli t EEWANGLE E ,USR 2 o the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.
long 511,9M. 771 9100 XLE1S 4x4. looks. $6000 oho. 69 5839 LIMITED04. Only LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
SVOLKSWAGEN strong motor, tow F-150 6 cyl Ssp 000 mies. 120.890 998-0012
BEETLE CONV. 04 package, rust on wheel cruise tilt, 1995, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Fully equipped wer 800 oo 'new brakes, new 998-0012 S o lmobl
LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE ea l shape owner. KIA SEDONA EX "04 e sIe kmler.
998-0012 DODGE SADOW 631 0219.S4 obo uil, aded, immaculate : res, leather,
9i-00122 DODGE SHADOW 3 2'cin B.prtceao to sell n,. exc cond. loaded. .
9 72 ,1 7FordE Bronco 94', S 5Call3 .l700 8 e99 5904 220 7886
SVOLKSWAGON ,*:* ,:. r '.'U white, good con- rRa l ________
SJETTA gs, 02'. blue, 7.I < dition, and reliable, J. 3 LEXUS RX 300 2000,
Loaded, auto, ac, 302 automatic, new Includes tv, .AMiscellaneous
sunroof, heated FORD THUNDERBIRD 95 BF es,4500.oc, o cable, dvd, and A


Outst Can digc cldD .i dHAuto
seats, cd. alloys, Outstandng cono.lc.3ed 912 674 1028 or other features, .._. I._'* --- aS C
excellent condition.69k :rce for amlmelaie 912 576 8530 asking S20.000. mm14f ,lll W KI' 20I.. 640
ml. S 10,00 (obo) alei9 C3 39 .00 2035702165270 2165 Below Rail
912 729 3884 Ford Explorer, or call Auto Line I. bedllner off 04
SPOTIC FIREBIRD 88 sport track, 6 cyl 904 242 8000, and ask Dodge SWB Ram,
VOLVO S40 D*1f4.. , full power. moon for Ryan, or T cell, 125, 2767042 Hc r t
TOUSL H.'U B .OPE 3 r .:. ..a ', B' roof, AAverysharpi 203570 2165r YT '
TOM BUSH AUOPLE 374877 Leather cd 88k, roof Century and Fiber
rackFG tonReauDcover, Mazda Tribute 05' C e nAVturrandFie
VOLVO $60 '02 PONTIAC SUNFIRE B. i ,So0 obo. bi pe. fully loaded. Is reen) usto 8
S IITPONTIAC -CF6. 1 2-9. lsan KIn
fY iLeather. CD AT colI AC. runs creat. 9049405230 kJ.L premium sound sys- 2-97, Nissan King .mmelf1am
s Yunroof. 14.990 $15u0b n237,10 R OR CteRm. 6 disc changes cab. excellent cond ition,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 97', V limited, 96k urtainO air9 674 061 9044340416
998-0012 B TOYOTA TERCEL 90 j m i e cldat 98,d 912 674 0 A 617 all
/ runs, at ac cold Cs NISSAN PATHFINDERA 93 .%. VA '
VOLVO XC90 T6 03 1 aIr condition, good condition, rat condaon. I odo. 3502wd, gc, 1900e AN N pleas call
Ssoo4-,Z.'.SO$0negotiable 5S400,2912 729 4915 priced for an immediate I.Kyie. 904MS 8043, cell
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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!


Homes Starting In The $190s!


Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!


* Beautifully landscaped lake
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* Close to schools, shopping
* Easy access To 1-95 & 1-295
* Estate sized lots

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Homes Starting In The $190s!


* Peaceful country living just
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1-10 to Lane Avenue. South on Lane Ave. to
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Town Homes Starting In The $120s!


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1-295 to 103rd St, West on 103rd to Ricker Road,
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From 1-295 take 103rd St. to Timber Run on the right.


Condos Starting In The LOW $ l00s!
* Gated community with private pool
* Conveniently located on Blanding
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* Surrounded by an abundance of 2Bro-2a
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From 1-295 take Blanding Boulevard north approx.
2.5 miles to Natures Hideaway on the left.


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a FREE gas card worth $200 at the
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