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Coming Home
Hospital Personnel Return From Kuwait
Page 3


Kids' Carnival
YAC Celebrates Month Of The Military Child
Pages 6-7


Golf Tourney
USO Holds Annual Event
Page 9


THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Security Patrolman Leonard Augustine gives a Sailor a warning for using her cell phone while driving on base. Drivers
will be issued tickets for using hand-held cell phones while driving starting May 15.


Cell phone use

while driving now

prohibited on base
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
A new regulation prohibiting
hand-held cell phone use while
driving on NAS Jacksonville
will go into effect Saturday.
An "education period" for the next
30 days allows security personnel to
stop drivers who are using the devices
and issue them a warning on the new
policy.
This new policy takes effect here
after a Department of Defense (DoD)
regulation was published in the
Federal Register in April 2005, stat-


See CELL PHONES, Page 11


Danny Esposito (left) and Chris Miller of Sign Sharks, Inc. of Jacksonville, put up a
new sign at the Birmingham Gate to let drivers know of the new cell phone policy
prohibiting drivers from using hand-held devices while driving. The new policy
takes effect May 15.


www.jaxairnews.com


Photos by JO.1 Mike England
TM3 Jose Arzuaga practices his fielding skills. Arzuaga was
recently selected to be part of the 2006 All-Navy Baseball
Team.


NAS Jax


Sailor swings


for the fences
By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
Many people join the Navy so that they may one
day contribute to the global war on terrorism
through achievements
in a rating specialty such as elec-
tronics technician or air traffic
controller.
However, there are a few lucky
Sailors who are selected to serve
the Navy in a capacity that some
might never imagine. TM3 Jose.
Arzuaga of NAS Jackson-ville's
Weapons Department is one of -i
them. He, along with 25 other
Sailors, were selected to play on
the 2006 All-Navy Baseball
Team.
"Making the team is a huge
honor," Arzuaga said. "I can't wait
to get out there and play hard for ...
the Navy."
The 30-year-old Sailor's jour-
ney to the Navy's baseball team,
which resides in San Diego, -
began in Puerto Rico as a child. "I TM3 Jose Arzuaga of
used to play ball all the time the NAS Jax Weapons
while I was growing up," he said. Department practices


See BASEBALL, Page 11


his baseball skills on
the fields at NAS Jax.


Archbishop O'Brien visits NAS Jacksonville

Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs .


A archbishop Edwin F. O'Brien, Arch-
diocese for the Military Services,
USA, visited NAS Jacksonville and
Naval Hospital Jacksonville the last week-
end of March.
The Archbishop celebrated the Sacra-
ment of Confirmation at NAS Jackson-
ville's All Saints Chapel March 26. While
here, he visited with local members of the
Chaplain's Corps, the base commanding
officer and other military leadership. On
March 27, he celebrated mass in the hospi-
tal chapel and visited patients on the
wards.
O'Brien, who travels some six to seven
months out of each year visiting military
installations around the globe, said it has
been four or five years since he visited
NAS Jacksonville and this was his first
visit to the hospital.
He said he was impressed with the close
working relationship of the chaplaincy
here. "There is just a tremendous sense of
family, that you don't get everywhere," he
said. "Fromn top to bottom it's a very
smooth, well-coordinated, friendly and
effective religious program and I get the
feeling that is just reflective of the base


Photos by HM3 Dulce Perezroman
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville Pastoral Care Department was proud to offer a special Mass
celebrated by Archbishop Edwin O'Brien on March 27 in the hospital chapel.


A native of the Bronx, N.Y., O'Brien was
ordained a priest in 1965. He spent five
years as the parish priest/civilian chaplain
at the United States Military Academy,
West Point from 1965-1970. At that time,


O'Brien said all the cadets were headed for
Vietnam. That motivated him to ask to
enter the uniformed chaplaincy. He went
on to serve as an Army chaplain from
1970-73, one year of which was in


ii -. -..'
Archbishop Edwin O'Brien blesses patient
Wanda Keene with the sign of the cross as
her husband looks on.
The role of the ministry today is basical-
ly the same as in the Vietnam era he said -
"Our priests and all the chaplains being in
the midst of the people and responding to
their spiritual needs and whatever con-
cerns they're facing." He added, "No other
ministry is quite as effective as the chap-
laincy because the chaplains are right in
the midst of things, Where ever our people
are, there go our chaplains, and it is really
heavy duty stuff."


and hospital in general." in the midst of the Vietnam Conflict, Vietnam. See VISIT, Page 13
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FROM THE FLEET


Be a warrior of character you're a Sailor 24 hours a day


By FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
W ebster defines char-
acter as, "one of the
i attributes that
make up and distinguish
the individual."
Translation: Each of us, as
individuals (and collectively
as Sailors), is different.
Each of us has unique traits
that make us who we are.
These unique traits are
important and, when you
combine all of us together,
give us an incredible
amount of diversity and
capability. Our Navy is
strong today because collec-
tively the character of its
Sailors is strong.
My boss, Adm. John
Nathman, recently shared
some of his thoughts on
character with the fleet's
leadership. Of note was the
following, "The Navy ethos
is an internalization that as
Sailors we are warriors of
character at all times, in all
situations, on and off duty.
This ethos is at the heart
of Navy core values, our
code of conduct, and our tra-
dition of teamwork and pro-
fessionalism. Character is
the compass that guides us
as individuals and keeps us
forged together in war. As
leaders, development of
character in those we lead
demands our attention."
Translation: Character is
the sum of the values and
principles that guide our
decisions. Strength of char-
acter enables us to success-
fully navigate through the
positive and negative forces
in our lives. Just like physi-


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
cal strength, strength of
character is developed
through constant training.
Because of that, each of us
as leaders, have the respon-
sibility to help develop posi-
tive character in our subor-
dinates, our peers, our fami-
lies, and our friends. When
you think about it, it's an
awesome ability.
As Sailors, each of us
needs to do our level best to
foster the values, ethics, and
individual character that
are the foundation of our
Navy way of life. How do we
do this? It's actually not
that difficult.
All of us strive to be recog-
nized for positive contribu-
tions to our Navy and in our
personal lives. We all want
to do work that matters and
achieve high standards.
Individually, I truly believe
each of us wants to succeed
and we want others to
respect us. These basic
beliefs are what help us
keep our character in check.
You all understand that
our actions yield conse-


quences, good and bad.
From what I see and hear
on a daily basis, I think our
Navy is staffed by superb
Sailors that are making a
positive impact in fleet,
around.the world, and in the
global war on terrorism. It's
not surprising to me that
most Americans hold the
military in extremely high
regard. In more ways that I
can mention, we have all
earned that reputation by
hard work and making our
family and friends proud of
us on a daily basis, and on a
worldwide stage.
Our challenge, however, is
to ensure the small minority
of Sailors that fall out of
step with. our core values
are given the individual
attention necessary to help
improve their character and
self worth.
Correcting others in our
ranks begins with the self-
realization that we are all
leaders and our leadership
needs to be consistent and
constant. We are all charged
with upholding our core val-
ues of honor, courage and
commitment and none of us
can afford to let our guard
down, or give others an
opportunity to label us hyp-
ocrites.
Nothing renders a leader
ineffective quicker than not
doing what he or she says.
My challenge to you is to
twofold: Make sure your
every word, your every
action, and your every
intention is pure and in the
best interest of the Navy,
our Sailors and yourself;
and secondly, to not let your
day-to-day focus on Navy


business completely dis-
tract you from instilling in
your people the will and
desire to be their very best.
While nothing I have said
so far is difficult to under-
stand, living your life to
such high standards is any-
thing but simple. If you
want your character to be
beyond reproach, you need
to work at it. It doesn't just
happen naturally and your
rank itself is no indicator of
good or poor character. No
matter how senior you are,
your character is on display
and scrutinized by others.
As a matter of fact, the more
senior you are, the more
eyes you have on you.
Here are a few tips that
may help you to be become
better leaders:
Set the standard for
integrity and character, first
in yourself, and then hold
the standards for others.
. Be a confident and com-
petent decision maker in
uncertain situations:
Try to be a prudent risk
taker.
Strive to be innovative.
Do your best to be adaptive.
Keep professionally skilled,
accomplished and credible.
Never stop learning. Strive
to become professionally
educated and display a gen-
uine dedication to life-long
learning.
Hone your skills as an effec-
tive communicator.
If your intentions or actions
aren't crystal clear, explain
them.
Whenever possible, help
your Sailors understand

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Clarification:
In last week's
paper on Page 8,
an old file photo
was published
and not correctly
credited. This is
the photo that
should have run
,in its place.
Runners at this
year's Navy Run
adjust their
watches prior to
the start of the
annual 10K race.


Photo courtesy of MWR


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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .............Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAi AlI NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JUAiRl NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions oc.
comments can be directed to the editor. The JiA I NEWs can be reachedat
(904) 542-5588 or by fax at (904) 542-1534 or write the J All NEWS, Box 2,
NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The Ji All NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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Photo by HM3 Dulce Perezroman
HM2 James Harper gets a big welcome home handshake from HM1 James Nelms after Harper
was greeted by his wife, Colleen, and their sons, Ethyn, 5, and Ayden, 2 coming through the
concourse at Jacksonville International Airport. Harper was one of 11 Naval Hospital
Jacksonville deployed personnel returning home March 31.

Naval Hospital medical personnel

return home from Kuwait


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Eleven deployed medical personnel
from Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Fleet Hospital platform returned to
Jacksionville March 31. They flew into
Jacksonville International Airport (JIA)
at 9 a.m. and were greeted by applause
and hugs from family members, friends,
co-workers and JIA customers observing
the returns.
This was the second and final wave of
personnel serving with Expeditionary
Medical Facility Kuwait to return home.
They had been abroad for six months. The
first wave of 18 personnel returned on
Feb. 18.
"I'm glad to be home and it's great to be
here," said HM2 Dariamara Vasquez. That
,pretty much summed up the feelings of all
"these fine medical professionals. They had
spent more than six months caring for


U.S. Armed Forces in including wounded
troops from Iraq but were more than
ready to be home with their loved ones.
HMC Roel Gerardo said, "I can't wait to
Ssee my family. It was a long six months in
Kuwait, but I really enjoyed it." He and
others said they were grateful for the
opportunity to do something directly sup-
portive of our troops and for the unique
experiences the deployment gave them
that they wouldn't get anywhere else.
These included working alongside U.S.
Army medical personnel.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is proud of
the service these outstanding hospital
corpsmen provided while delivering the
best in Navy medicine to our troops in
this volatile area of the world. As always
their service proved once again that
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and its
branch health clinic staffs stand ready to
go anywhere, anytime when our nation
calls.


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NAS lax Commanding < !I, -
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Dobson reads Barney'sYy ', Y .
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Rhymes by Stephen
White to a group of
preschoolers at the
NAS Jax Child
Development Center
April 7. The event was
part of April's Month of
the Military Child and
Child Abuse Prevention
Month and was spon-
sored by the Fleet and
Family Support Center
Family Advocacy
Program.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque


HS-5 returns to life at sea


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
he "Nightdippers" of HS-5 have spent
the last week planning their next
deployment to USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower, during which it will spend a
month aboard the carrier.
Eisenhower is the integral component of
Carrier Strike Group Eight, and will per-
form a rehearsal called Composite Training
Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) before depart-
ing for their scheduled six-month deploy-
ment in the fall. Over the previous several
months, each ship and squadron in the bat-
tle group, including HS-5, has trained and
perfected its warfare specialty. COMPTUEX


brings all the pertinent players together to
practice force projection as a lethal strike
group.
COMPTUEX is an intermediate-level
strike group exercise designed to forge the
various components into a cohesive, fighting
team. It's an integral step in the pre-deploy-
ment training cycle and a prerequisite for
the Eisenhower's next evolution, the Joint
Task Force Exercise. Successfully complet-
ing the COMPTUEX will certify
Eisenhower's air wing as qualified for open
ocean operations.
The Nightdippers look forward to
excelling at the challenges that COMPTU-
EX will present, while aiding the strike
group in its quest for warfare proficiency.


NAS Jacksonville establishes emergency hotline


From Staff


N AS Jacksonville has established a
hotline for service members,
Department of Defense employees,
contractors and their families to 'call dur-
ing an emergency that warrants evacua-
tion 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 mail the
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Please keep in mind that the hotline will
not be staffed by customer service person-
nel and only provides recorded informa-
tion. It cannot be used to check on weather
conditions or locate friends or family. The
hotline number and email address are for
use during times of emergency only.
For more information, contact the disas-
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Sailors get media training


Photo by LI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Public Affairs (PA) Specialist Bill Dougherty trains a group of HS-15 Sailors headed to
the Gulf Region on the dos and don't of dealing with the media on April 6. This PA
brief was only a portion of the various mandatory training that the service members
received prior to their departure.


Do you understand saluting the 'colors?'


From Staff
Saluting the colors
refers to paying trib-
ute to the United
States flag.
There are two daily cere-
monies in which uniformed
service personnel will
salute the colors (national
flag). The first is at the
beginning of the day at 8
a.m. This ceremony in-
volves raising the national
flag while the national
anthem is played. The sec-
ond is at sunset and con-
sists of lowering the nation-
al flag while retreat or the
national anthem is played.
During both situations if
you are outdoors, you must
stop what you are doing,
face the flag or the direc- -
tion in which colors is being
held, come to the position of
attention and render a
hand salute. You must hold
this salute until the last
note of the music; then you
may proceed.
On Army and Air Force
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come to the position of
attention and render a
hand salute if colors or
retreat is sounded. On Navy
or Coast Guard installa-
tions when colors or retreat
is sounded, you must stop
your vehicle and sit at
attention until the last note
of the music is sounded;
then you may proceed. If
you are in doubt as to sit at
attention or exit your vehi-
cle, it is better to be formal
than disrespectful.
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Whether you are driving
your vehicle or walking
through a military installa-
tion, you should never dash
under cover to avoid paying
respect to the flag.
Dependents and civilians
should face in the direction
where colors are being held
and stand at attention
(placing right hand over
their heart is optional).
Talking during colors or
retreat is forbidden and
considered disrespectful.


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Laughter and excitement filled the air
as NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department
kicked off its Month of the Military Child
Celebration with an annual carnival held
at NAS Jax Youth Activities Center
tYACI Saturday.
--: Children of all ages brought
their parents along for the fun
that was provided free of
charge to all military fami-
lies.
"The purpose of the carnival
is to celebrate military children.'
\Ve just wanted to have a day that is
dedicated specifically to them. The
children have .to go through so much
when their parents are deployed or work-
ing so intently on the command's mission,"
said YAC Director Megan Elliot. "We work
closely with them every day, so we feel con-
fident that we have included all of the fun
things that they enjoy. We also want par-
ents arid their children to know that youth
services and MWR has events and pro-
grams available to family members that
will help take their minds off of the stress
that may come along with being a military
child."
The lawn outside the YAC was decked
out with an impressive array of large
inflatables that brought out the adventur-
ous side in most of the kids. A face-paint-
ing artist was also on hand to transform
the children into their favorite superhero
or fairytale princess. The variety of activi-
ties available was geared to all different
ages and every child was a winner because
each attempt at an activity earned the
children a prize.
The weather held steady and contributed
a hefty amount of sunshine for the event.
South Paw, the mascot for the Jacksonville
Suns was there, along with his fellow
canine, McGruff the Crime Dog. Both mas-
cots spent the afternoon enjoying the
atmosphere, putting smiles on little faces.
The NAS Jax Fire Department brought out
their crew and a fire engine for the chil-
dren to explore and learn about fire safety.
Mark Whitted, a deejay from Progressive
Entertainment Inc., provided
music and Joey the
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Courtney, 7, lands the ball in the basket to
win a prize at the ball toss game booth as her
friend, Alyssa, 10, cheers her on.
Peggy Connell was at the carnival with
her daughter, Michelle. "We come every
time. The youth center hosts this carnival
every year and we love that the children
have so much fun. It's free and MWR
always provides a wonderful, wholesome
environment for my daughter," said
Connell.
John Michel of NAS Jax, added, "It is
absolutely wonderful that they put this on.
It's free of charge to the military families
and the best part are all the free prizes at
the games for the children."
The parents weren't the only ones who
were happy with the carnival and what it
had to offer. Five-year-old Natalia Ewton
remarked excitedly, "That was sweet!" as
she jumped down the rock climbing inflat-
able and 6-year-old Malik Fordham
thought it couldn't get any better. "It was
scary and fun at the same time. I love to
slide and jump," she said.
Ally Nordean, 8, stated, "The face paint-
ing was what I liked the best but it was
.awesome that you got really cool toys at all
of the games and the clown made balloon
animals really fast!"
Overall, the turnout at the carnival was
what MWR and the YAC was hoping for.
"We had a wonderful turnout this year.
Hundreds of participants came through
today and it was a very successful event. A
special thanks to the youth activity staff is
well deserved. It was nice to see all the
smiling faces as a result of all the hard
work they put forth to plan this event,"
said MWR Marketing
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Leonard.


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focuses on ARI
By102 Nicholas Spinelli
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wo full time support (FTS) members
of the Navy Reserve Readiness
Command Southeast (NRRC SE)
headed up production of a First Class Petty
Officer Leadership Symposium held aboard
NAS Jacksonville last week. PS1(AW) K.
Yvette Baker and YN1 Danyell Rowland
organized the event with 195 first class
petty officers in attendance.
"We spoke to First Class Association
members in the Baltimore-Washington
area," said Baker, .who is also president of
the local First Class Petty Officer
Association. "They've been putting on the
symposium for the last four years. We
thought it would be a good idea to put one
on in the Southeast."
"We received an amazing amount of sup-
port," added Rowland, the association's sec-
retary. "The Navy Region Southeast and the
Navy Reserve Region Southeast really put
forth some effort in helping us get this
together. Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel was
even one of our speakers."
According to Baker and Rowland, one of
the major factors in putting the event
together was ensuring a focus on Reservists
and FTS in the symposium. That's why
there was a Reserve or FTS speaker alter-
nating with the active ones.
Baker explained, "We really wanted active
reserve integration (ARI) to be a part of
this. We go to the First Class Association
meetings and people wouldn't really know
what we did at reserve centers. With the
Navy's big push on ARI, it's important for
us, as leaders, to understand the workings
of each component, whether we're active
duty, reservists or FTS."
FTS. speakers included Navy Operational
Support Center (NOSC) Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Jeffery Eaton
on ARI, NOSC Jacksonville CMDCM(SW)
Ceroma Love on mentorship and
Sailorization, NRRC SE CMDCM(AW/SW)
Veronica Tutt as part of the chief selection
board panel, and NRRC SE Command
Career Counselor NCC(AW) Jermaine
Rawls on career development. On the


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a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club.
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Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC)
Jacksonville Command Master Chief CMDCM
Ceroma Love talks to more than 250 first
class petty officers from all over the nation
during the First Class Symposium held at the
NAS Jacksonville auditorium March 30.
reserve side, PSCM Clyde Saunders from
Defense Finance and Accounting Service
spoke about the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
and investing for retirement.
"The reservists and the FTS were actually
the easiest speakers to get," said Rowland.
"We would call them up and offer a choice of
topics and they jumped at the chance. It
also seemed they got the biggest response
out of the audience."
Saunders TSP brief was one of the more
popular seminars. "It enlightened me to a
lot of financial issues," said attendee
PS1(AW) Kit Tolliver. "I learned a lot about
what I have to do, planning wise for my
retirement."
"It's something I've been talking about
with my junior Sailors," agreed another
attendee, SK1(AW) Kimberly Jefcoat.
"When he said, 'Financial irresponsibility is
the No. 1 cause of failure in the Navy,' it
really brought it home for me. It's our
responsibility as leaders to guide our junior
Sailors not just in their jobs, but in their
lives."
Overall, those involved agree the sympo-
sium was a success.
"We definitely had some learning experi-
ences and areas to grow for the next one,
but overall feedback was extremely posi-
tive," said Baker. "We're already working on
a lot of good ideas for next year."
Baker and Rowland say those ideas
include a separate symposium for E5's,
recaps of previous speakers, more audience
participation, and an extra day added to the
event.
"Two. days wasn't quite enough," said
Rowland. "So next year, we're planning' to
up it to three. Rear Adm. Boensel suggested
it. That way, we get more speakers and
more training, which will always make bet-
ter leaders."


FFSC offers educational

and support programs
From Staff
T he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program offers free workshops and classes to serv-
ice members and their families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommoda-
tions or handicapped access is required, please notify
FFSC upon registration.
The following workshops are available in April:
April 24-27, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Transition Assistance
Program (retiring)
April 25, 9 a.m. noon Anger Management Class
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What does Easter
mean to you? It
can mean many
different things to a variety
of people. To be sure, like so
many other holidays, Easter
has taken on a commercial
flavor in our culture.
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the ubiquitous Easter
Bunny increases the profit
margin for many retail
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less children. As Easter ush-
ers in the season of spring it
brings a sense of freshness
and renewal that inspires
many to reaffirm the good-
ness of life itself.
However Easter, in its
very essence, is a spiritual
expression born in an his-
torical event so magnificent
in its nature that to this day
challenges the imagination
and faith of numerous peo-
ple. For to believe in Easter
is to believe in life itself.
The Easter story and its
claim of resurrected life is
God's way of saying "I for-
give .you." If the historical
claim of Easter is true, and I
believe it is, then it shows
me how far God is willing to
go to extend his forgiveness
and grant me peace of mind
about the future.
Easter is God's great and
definitive statement that
The Almighty has offered us
a second chance at life, (of
the temporal and eternal
variety).
This reality is beautifully
illustrated in the biblical
account of the very first
Easter. It is a most human
story about friendship,
betrayal, forgiveness and
renewal. Its two principal
players are Jesus of
Nazareth and Simon Peter,
Jesus' most stalwart follow-
er.
In Simon Peter we may
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our hearts with his very
human qualities. Known for
his bold, outspoken and
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once, he promised never to
disown his master and
leader. Yet, when the
moment of truth came, not
only did he disown Jesus
once, but he denied him
three times. Wanting to save
his own neck, he personally
betrayed a most cherished
friendship.
Finally realizing the
depravity of his act, Simon
Peter begins to weep bitter-
ly. These were tears of sor-
row and regret overflowing
from the deepest crevices of
his soul.
I don't know about you,
but I can identify with this
man. I can identify with his
struggle of faith and loyalty
to the things of God. But, I
too am prepared and open to
embrace God's uncondition-
al offer for a second chance.
The miracle of the resur-
rected life is God's way of
saying "I'm here for you!" It
is God's way of giving us a
hand and inviting us to per-
sonal renewal and hope.
I must admit that as an
ordained minister I have a
tendency to expect too much
of Easter. After all, it is
Easter! My expectation is to
see every single heart cap-
tured by the power of God's
eternal source of power for
living. Yes, I am confident
that we can. expect a great
deal out of Easter. I believe
that God wants us to!


I guarantee you that we
are not expecting too much
out of Easter if we ask God
to help us overcome all that
is hindering our lives. The -
gospel of the second chance
restored a man broken and
despairing over his personal
act of betrayal.
Simon Peter embraced ..
God's offer of forgiveness
and restoration and his life -
was changed. I submit that
it is not too much to expect
the same miracle for us.
Surely, nothing, nothing is-
impossible with God!!
The gospel of the second
chance teaches me that.
there is no rock so deep that,
I can't move it (with God's
help). That is, I can change.-
for the better. I can start life
over.
The Easter story reminds -
me that there is no dream
so lost that I can't get it
back. God is the rebuilder of
broken dreams. While occa-
sionally life may deal out a-
bad hand, I just need to ,':--
hang in long enough to
experience the restorative
power of God's grace. Don't
give up!
The Easter account
informs me that there's no
pain so great that I can't .
endure it. I do not know
much about pain but I have
had some experiences. In
retrospect I have learned
that when life is at its
worst, God has put an invis-
ible net under me. I have
found myself standing when
I would rather run., God's
unrelenting promise has
been to :give me what I need
in order to get through the
experience.
So, this is the day to be
renewed and be rebuilt
(inside and out) by God's
resurrection power. This, is
the day that the Lord has
made. Happy Easter!


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USO hosts annual golf tourney


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
T he Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO, Inc.
held its third annual
Bob P. Coonan Memorial
USO Golf Tournament
April 6, to honor former
USO Executive Director
Bob Coonan, who passed
away in February 2003
after battling cancer.
Formerly called the An-
nual Charity Golf Tour-
nament, the USO changed
the name to honor Coonan,
a retired Navy captain, who
served his last tour on
active duty as NAS Jack-
sonville's executive officer.
The event raised almost
$50,,000 for the USO as
dozens of active and retired
military personnel and
members of the community
competed in the event.
"The event turned out to
be our most successful yet,"
said. McCarthy. "This is a
,fun way to raise money and
awareness for the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO."
Taking top prize this year
was the team comprised of
Paul Ratcliff, John Bushick,
Dave Kurzinsky and Tom
Bashinsky. Other golfers

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Bushick, Tom Bashinsky, Paul Ratcliff and Dave Kurzinsky.


received many prizes
donated by businesses
throughout the community.
"The Greater Jacksonville
Area USO Council would
like to thank NAS Jax
Commanding Officer, Capt.
Chip Dobson, the NAS
Jacksonville Golf Course
and the many volunteers


for all the support they pro-
vided. We are looking for-
ward to next year's tourna-
ment," McCarthy said.
. As this event sold out a
week before the event,
those interested in playing
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Photo by]01 Mike England
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NavHosp Jax conducts crisis response training


CCCRIT borrows

from aviation

mishap 'lessons

learned' principles

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
conducted Critical Com-
munications & Crisis
Response Improvement Training
(CCCRIT) March 30.
This training has been high-
lighted by Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Raquel Bono in presenta-
tions to hospital beneficiaries as
one of the medical treatment facil-
ity's ongoing clinical improvement
initiatives. The training has been
in place at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville for more than a year
and a half and is now being imple-
mented Department of Defense-
wide. Similar training is becoming
popular in the civilian sector.
The training was conducted by
Cmdr. Ken Green, Healthcare
Analyst at the Navy, Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery (BUMED).
Green developed the program,
fully entitled Critical
Communications &, Crisis
Response Improvement Training,
a one-day program for improving
multi-directional communication


Photos by HMI Michael Morgan
Members of the CCCRIT Medical Team "care for the newborn" as the sce-
nario draws to a close.


and crisis decision making skills.
The program evolved from a pres-
entation he has given entitled
"The OR as a Cockpit: Aviation's
Lessons Learned for Improving
Crisis Communication and
Decision Making In High Risk
Clinical Situations."
CCCRIT is much like post-air-
craft mishap scenario re-enact-
ments, designed to garner "lessons
learned" from replaying events. In
the medical setting, the scenario
revolves around a hypothetical
medical treatment event which
has the potential for an adverse
outcome.
The training involved morning


classroom presentations by Green
in the hospital's Education and
Training Building. During that
portion, Green compared the kind
of focus and situational awareness
that one must maintain in these
situations as being similar to what
a pilot flying at 500 mph must
have in seeing an approaching
plane going the same speed and
deciding if the plane is, on a colli-
sion course. In a fast moving, situ-
ation and under intense pressure,
the pilot must recognize the
threat, analyze the situation and
take appropriate action often in
seconds. He noted that in any
mishap situation it has been rec-


After the training members of the team review a video recording of-the
scenario enactment with the training facilitator Cmdr. Ken Green to-gar-
ner "lessons learned" through which they might avoid crisis in real-life
labor and delivery care.'-


ognized there are "tip over points"
in which appropriate action could
have averted a bad outcome. The
same, he said, is true for medical
crisis situations.
Green said the training he was
conducting was not designed to
teach medicine, something the
participants are already well
trained in, but to introduce a team
approach to the delivery of care
that relies on the use of CCCRIT
skills to positively influence
improved safe outcomes.
The classroom training was fol-
lowed in the afternoon with an
exercise in the hospital's labor and
delivery operating room. The sce-


nario simulated a labor and deliv-
ery in which an unexpected com-
plication occurred. Participants
included the delivery team ani&all
the medical specialties that might
be involved in such a delivery. The
scenario enactment was video-
recorded and that recording was
reviewed in the de-brief after, the
exercise.
This is just one of the ways that
Naval Hospital Jacksonville. is
constantly striving to improve-our
healthcare and services, to set
standards that will make the hos-
pital not only Navy Medicine's
most efficient organization but
also the safest.


TRICARE Dental Program helps National

Guard and Reserve members stay deployable


From TRICARE
Dental readi-
ness is a key
component in
determining the
deployable status of
our service members.
The TRICARE Dental
Program, adminis-
tered by United
Concordia Companies
Inc., helps National
Guard and Reserve
members meet
Department of De-
fense (DoD) dental
readiness require-
ments.
"The TRICARE
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vides a way for
National Guard and
Reserve members to
meet and maintain
their dental require-
ments prior to being
called to active duty,"
said Navy Cmdr.
Robert Mitton, deputy
director, Dental Care
Division, TRICARE
Management Activity.
"We want to protect
our Soldiers, Sailors,
Airmen and Marines
from dental emergen-
cies, especially in
times when they are
deployed and in
harm's way."
At the individual


level, oral health is a
major player in over-
all health. When
service members
maintain their oral
health, they enhance
their mental and
physical well-being in
many ways, improv-
ing their self-esteem
and minimizing their
risk of dental emer-
gencies.
The DoD readiness
requirement helps the
National Guard and
Reserve member
reduce their risk of
dental problems
before and during
deployment.


National Guard and
Reserve members,
with at- least 12
months remaining on
their service commit-
ment, and their fami-
lies are eligible for the
TRICARE Dental
Program. If the
enrolled sponsor is
activated, he or she
becomes eligible for
dental treatment in
military dental treat-
ment facilities and is
automatically disen-
rolled from the TRI-
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gram.
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members benefit from


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through Friday.


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iCELL PHONES: Hands-free devices allowed


From Page 1


while driving. Are cell
only one? Certainly no


ing that anyone driving a motor of them? It certainly is
vehicle-on a DoD installation can of us, myself included, i
not use a cell phone unless the be change in the way v
vehicle is safely parked or the ness and we realize th-
driver is using a hands-free tinued. "And, it's going
.device. ferent and higher stan
Although there is no set date the State of Florida us(
for implementation, military our gates. But, hopeful
bases around the nation and vent some accidents."
overseas are slowly making the During the education
transition to put thenew policy ing period, drivers
iiito place. observed using their CE
S"This is a requirement for all observed using their
...o D military installations. It's while on the road will
:patterned after what some states over by security, pers
Said municipalities have done given a verbal warn
'banning drivers from talking on a them know about the
-:hand-held cell phones while the Starting May 15, the 1
.vehicle is moving," said NAS Jax fully enforced with
.Commanding Officer Capt. Chip patrolman issuing ticke
Dobson. compliance with the n
"It's a step in the right direction This new policy does no
for safety. I think there are plenty passengers in the vehic:
'of ways people are distracted Drivers are also p

_BASEBALL: Arzuaga played


From Page 1


"I played, so much, it be-
-_came as natural to me as
breathing."
.:-''His love for the game
- eventually bore fruit when
;.he was offered a scholarship
':to play baseball at Miami-
-'Dade College after high
'-school. After playing there
-7for two years, Arzuaga
accepted an offer from a
Puerto Rican team to play
=professionally. Things were
going well for him in Puerto
..Rico until he came to a
crossroads in 1998.
"The team I played for
decided to trade me," he
said. "When that happened,
a voice inside me just told
me that it was time to move
on and do something more
meaningful with my life."
Arzuaga put down his bat
and glove and eventually
joined the Navy, working his
way up to petty officer third
-class and raising three kids
without putting much
'thought into baseball.
However, after hearing
about the All-Navy Baseball
Team tryouts at NS
Mayport last month, that
familiar itch to play ball
began to surface inside him
and he was dying to scratch
it.
"I was a little apprehen-
sive at first, but after I
talked to my wife and kids
and found out they were on
board, I was excited," he
said. "My wife even hit me a


few ground balls to help me
get ready."
Arzuaga's command also
gave him their full support.
"TM3 is an outstanding
Sailor and person and I
know that-he'll be successful
and represent the Navy
well," said AOCS(AW/SW)
Bryan Sicklinger, NAS Jax
Weapons Quality Assurance
officer.
Arzuaga is currently com-
peting with teammates
against teams from the
other branches of the armed
forces. Next month, the best
players for each team will
be selected to play on the
U.S. Military All Star Team.
The U.S. Military All-
Stars are comprised of the
most talented baseball play-
ers from all five branches
including the U.S. Coast
Guard from around the
world. Based in San Diego,
they compete year-round
against the finest profes-
sional, semi-professional
and summer collegiate
organizations.
Formal tryouts are held at
military installations
throughout the year in
preparation for an intensive
50 game summer schedule
that consists of a Red, White
and Blue Tour against Cape
Cod and New England
Collegiate Baseball
Leagues, National Baseball
Congress World Series and
exhibitions in major league
stadiums, PETCO Park and


phones the
t. Is it one
s. For a lot
t's going to
we do busi-
at," he con-
to be a dif-
idard than
ses outside
ly it'll pre-

n or warn-
who are
ell phones
be pulled
onnel and
ing to let
new policy.
aw will be
security
ets for non-
new policy.
ot apply to
le.
rohibited


from wearing portable head-
phones, earphones or other listen-
ing devices (except for hand-free
cellular phones) while operating a
motor vehicle. Use of these
devices impairs driving and
masks or prevents recognition of
emergency signals, alarms,
announcements, the approach of
vehicles and human speech.
Signs are now posted at all
NAS Jax entrances stating the
new policy. "We've installed the
new signs on the right hand side
of the road immediately inside
the gates.
The speed limit coming into the
base is 15 mph so they should be
going slow enough to read them,"
stated NAS Jax Facilities
Manager Lynn Dickinson.
Those ticketed for using a
hand-held cell phone while driv-
ing will receive three points on
their driving record. This means


professionally
Camden Yards.
In addition, the team com-
petes in a 25-game fall sea-
son including the NABA
World Series. Each year a
number of their players
with prior college or profes-
sional experience are scout-
ed, offered scholarships, or
the opportunity to enter the
MLB Draft.
Players will also be
required to represent the
Armed Forces as a recruit-
ing ambassador ip direct.
support of various public
appearances and communi-
ty linkage programs to
include: Little League clin-
ics, summer camps,
Partnership in Education
Programs at elementary
schools, churches, youth
groups, Inner City Games,,
Special Olympics, Veterans
Wheelchair Olympics, Caps
for Kids, USO, Vietnam
Swift Boat Memorial and
Habitat for Humanity.
Arzuaga isn't sure what's
in store for him, his wife,
Zamaris or his daughters,


the driver will be required to
attend a driver improvement
course within 90 days after
receiving the ticket or have their
driving privileges suspended
until proof of attendance is pro-
vided.
The course can be taken
through the NAS Jax Safety
Office at no cost or through any
National Safety Council certified
agency.
The new DoD policy was imple-
mented on the recommendations
of a one-year study conducted in
Virginia by the National Highway
Transportation Safety
Administration in June 2005 that
found that using cell phones and
wireless devices is the No. 1 dis-
traction among American drivers.
During the study, 100 cars -
each having five small cameras
mounted in it were monitored
and observations carefully docu-


in Puerto Rico
Pamela, Andrea and
Arianna, but a return to
professional baseball isn't
out of the question. "There
are going to be a lot of
scouts out there and my
EAOS is in September," he
said. "You never know, cra-
zier things have happened."

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mented. A total of 241 different
drivers operated the cars during
43,000 hours ofmonitored driv-
ing.
The study showed there were
82 mishaps, 761 near-mishaps
requiring "severe evasive maneu-
vers" and more than 8,200 driv-
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"Cell phones cause mishaps
because drivers take their eyes
off.the road when dialing. Also,
when drivers become absorbed in
conversation they lose driving
concentration and situational
awareness. This endangers pas-
sengers, other drivers around
them and pedestrians. Increasing.
evidence shows dangers associat-
ed with cell-phone use far out-
weigh those of other distractions,"
said NAS Jax Safety Officer Ron
Williamson.


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contains information on Northeast Florida parks, muse-
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ages to explore and enjoy. (From left) Military spouse
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VI T: Archbishop O'Brien calls


on N aval H
Fro Page 1
Some things have
changed h) said. "In
Vietnam, of ourse, there
was the draft, now we're
calling on a more limited
number of volunteers and I
think thelburd n in respect
to deployments and the
burdens oh the families of
their being deployed most
especially, is greater. "It's
taking a toll. Andjl'm afraid
it's taking along-term toll -
marriage problems, physi-
cal and psychological scars.
These last a long time and
are hard to deal with. We
are dealing with them now
and addressing them. very
effectively, .but will we
remember that these same,
people still need the same
amount of attention down
the line and will we have
the resources and be gener-
ous enough to provide the
resources for our veterans?
How does he counsel mili-
tary spouses who are cop-
ing with problems?
Referring to the self-
reliance of most military
spouses, he said, "You don't
have to say much, just reas-
sure them that God will
give them the grace to
carry on if they stay close to
the Lord and that God
sends a lot of people into
their lives who can be help-
ful to them. They should
make use of the many dif-
ferent resources the mili-
tary puts at their disposal
for the support they need."
He is particularly con-
cerned about the families of
Reservists and National
Guardsmen. He noted that
they are being called up in
large numbers and that
-their families often live in
communities without mili-
tary support structure
available to military in
cities such as Jacksonville.
He said the Archdiocese is
calling on parishes,
Catholic schools, Catholic


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charities and all the civil-
ian sector agencies of the
church to make note of the
special needs of these peo-
ple and offer a helping
hand and some under-
standing.
What is his impression of
military medicine?
"It's really an inspiration
to see the dedication of the
people who are working
with what I think is the
most generous organization
in the world the military. I
think military medicine
realizes who their clients
are and they are going
overboard to match and
reciprocate that generosity."
"In this place and time in
history to join the military
is a worthy act because of
what we see around us, the
terrorism for instance. I
think that joining the mili-
tary in these circumstances
is justifiable," he continued.
Our military also helps
rebuild societies he pointed
out. "In a recent visit to
Iraq one of the commanders
said, 'Our kids go out every
day with a paint brush in
one hand and a weapon in
the other. The weapon is to
defend ourselves and the
vast majority of people who
need that defense,"' O'Brien
said.
The duty of helping serv-
ice members work through
such issues is everyday
work for the Chaplains
Corps and one that is being
shouldered by fewer and
fewer uniformed chaplains.
"This is the biggest chal-


lenge I face everyday,"
O'Brien said. "We should
have 800 priests in uniform
for the three services. We
have 325 right now and
every month it is a few less.
Last year, we had 370
priests. There are 15 Air
Force installations that a
year ago had a uniformed
priest and today do not, a
year from now there will be
at least 16 more without
priests. We have NS
Mayport right now without
a Catholic chaplain and
that is a large Catholic pop-
ulation."
The Archdiocese has
implemented various initia-
tives to keep things afloat.
For instance, they are rely-
ing more on contract help,
something O'Brien said is
not the same as having a
uniformed priest who is
always withtheir people
even when deployed. The
Archdiocese is also calling
on Catholic, laypeople to do
more.
There is a peer-to-peer
program in which 100
young adults 18-29 are cur-
rently trained to minister
to fellow Catholics at home
or deployed. And several
military installations now
have nuns heading their
pastoral programs. These
and other initiatives, he

said, are short-term reme-
dies but the long-term cure
is getting more young'fami-
ly members, enlisted or offi-
cers to take up the call as
priests and enter the chap-
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NMCRS Fund Drive winding down

f-rom Staff Command Goal Total Contributions Command Goal Total Contributions


S'lhe 2006 Navy-Marine Corps
l .|Relief Society (NMCRS) Fund
'J.L Drive is in its final week. We
Peare striving towards our goal of over
2 30,000 and need all Sailors to reach
down and give just a little bit to help
ensure the Navy gives its share back
to this vital organization.
Some commands are going the
extra mile to raise money for this
fundraiser. Bravo Zulu to Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detach-
ment Jacksonville for sponsoring a
car wash March 31 that raised more
than $500.
Upcoming events include the follow-
'ing:
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is
raffling off a pair of Jacksonville
-Jaguars season tickets in front of the
,;Navy Exchange (NEX) this week.
The NEX is sponsoring a golf
-tournament April 21 at Shady Oaks.
The cost to play is $40 a person which
includes food and beverages. To sign
up individually or as a foursome, call
Randy or Lonnie at 777-7204/7170.
The following are the goals and
Total contributions of local commands:
Command Goal Total Contributions
AIMD Jax $12,430 $10,623
ASDJax $858 $1,091


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Inspector
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CNRSE
CSCWL
CV-TSC
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CNATTU
DCS
DVECC
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Southeast


$528


$554


$440
$1,232
$1,1496
$1,166

$462
$4,444
$132
$462

$374


FACSFAC Jax $1,980
FASOTRAGRULANT $440


FISC Jax
CHSWL
HS-3
HS-5
HS-7
HS-11
HS-15
HS-75
MIUW
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NAS Jax
NATEC
Det Jax
NAVAIR Jax
NOSC Jax


$462
$704
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$1,980

$286
$10,934

$44
$704
$1,144


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Jax $2,046


$0
$1,163
$901
$2,092

$184
$6,284
$185
$2,420

$900
$2,731
$0
$829
$1,080
$3,048
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Southeast $1,122
NMC Reserve
Center $572
Naval Hospital
Jax $21,318
NLMOF $594
Navy Drug Lab $88
NLSO $418
NMSC $1,254
NRD Jax $3,850
PATRONWING 11
$3,366
PSD Jax $1,518
REDCOM SE $792
Rescue Swimmer
School $418
SE Region Cal. Lab


$0 SCWS
$6,717 TPU
$900 VISC
$0 VP-5
VP-16
$0 VP-30
$5,063 VP-45
VP-62
$120 VR 58
$908 VS-22
$2,019 VS-24
VS-31
$0 VS-32


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$242
$9,000
$9,000
$23,100
$9,000
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


UNF holds Annual Family Fest will be held on Sunday, April 9,
"from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the University of North Florida (UNF)
picnic area near St. Johns Bluff Road rain or shine. Activities for all
;-ages include reading, nature, audience-participation musical the-
"ater, workshop, storytelling, craft, nature projects, canoeing, games,
nature scavenger hunt, parachute activity, and face painting. For
more information, call 620-2372.
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 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
'Methodist Church Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more 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 avail-
'able Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with
'claims. To make an appointment or for more information, call 269-
02945. The chapter will also hold a poker run on May 6th. All pro-
*ceeds will go to the Veterans Hospital Relief Fund. Registration from
10 a.m. -12 p.m at Judy's Pub on San Juan. For more information,
call 269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees invites all active and retired employ-
ees to their regular monthly meeting the second Tuesday of each
Month at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library, 22054 Plainfield
AAvenue 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 clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to attend. The
Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members only club open to all active duty,
,reservists, retired military and active and retired Department of
'Defense 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
uwww.pwpnflorida.com or call 307-6261.
The MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange Park/Westside
holds their business meeting the second Thursday of each month
;from 10-11 a.m. at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 112
NBlanding Boulevard across from the Orange Park Mall. Members
meet for playgroups, field trips, MOMS Nite Out and family outings.
.For information, contact Angela Adams at 688-0077 or visit mom-
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The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's meeting is held
the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939. You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association holds their meet-
ings the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in the Shands
Hospital Blue room. For more information, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired Federal Employees extends an open
invitation to all currently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular 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.
Several youth fishing derbies will be held throughout the city
of Jacksonville. The following are the days, times and locations:
Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon at Crystal Springs Park, May 6, 9 a.m. to
noon at Huguenot Park, June 3, 9 a.m. to noon at Hanna Park and
Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to noon at Oceanway Park. A'youth fishing tourna-
ment will be held Sept. 9 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna Park. The
tournaments are free for children under 13. For more information,
call 573-4918.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold their month-
ly meeting at the Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887, 103rd Strre,
Jacksonville, Saturday at 1:30 p.m. For more information, contact
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
The Knights of Columbus will hold their 10th annual 5K Beach
Run April 22, at 7a.m. Visit www.flrunning.com or www.ancientci-
tyrr.org for additional information and registration form.
The St. Augustine Spring Art and Craft Festival will be held
April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Special Events/Francis
Field near the St. Augustine Visitor's Center. More than 150
exhibitors will be at the event. For more information, call (904) 824-
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Understanding Yourself and Your Partner." This is
described as "an experiential and interactive workshop for
couples who want to strengthen their marriage while per-
sonally growing within the marriage.
The workshop is facilitated by Bruce Kristol, Ph.D., a
Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff psychologist who has
been in private practice in Jacksonville since 1979.
The workshop includes mini-lectures, visual slides, cou-
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Workshop topics include:
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Levels & Styles of Communication
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Four Social Styles and Character
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Dealing with Feelings and Emotions
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Mul Cave Marina Club section of the
Jacksonville Veterans
Skipper' "Sailing Class Memorial Arena.
$150 i ludes all class-
room mate als and use of Disney On Ice
marina sail ats and safety Finding Nemo
equipment. April 22, 11:30 a.m.
June 2, 4, 17, 18 April 23, 1 p.m.
w $24 for lower level and
Power Boat gaining Class $15 for upper level,
$50, Includes all class- Jacksonville Veterans
room material and use of Memorial Arena.
marina motorb ats
April 2 -23 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
24thannul Bass May 29,8 p.m.
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Saturday
Begins "at safelight .T.T. Trip
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teams entered. May 20
Door prizes! Cash prizes! AdultsMay 20 Children
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Bowling Center
For more information,
call 542-3493.
Free bowling on
Wednesday for active duty
from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe
rental not included)
Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow
in the dark bowling with
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.

The Zone Complex
Call 542-3521 for more
information.
Bingo
Monday Friday at 11 a.m.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
and Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Win up to $20,000!
Texas Hold'em
Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and.
Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized
patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates
awarded!
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close

Fitness Center
For more information on
fitness and athletics, call
'542-3518/3229.
Bench Press Competition
April 19,4:30 p.m.
Fitness Source
Stability Ball Workshop
April 22
9:30 11 a.m.
Fitness Source

I.T.T Events
For more information
about I.T.T 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
Saturday, 7 p.m.
$43

"Garden plots

still available

7"j here are still several
garden plots avail-
able at the NAS Jax
'Community Garden for
those interested in growing
,their own vegetables.
SAll active-duty members,
their families and retirees
;are eligible to use the gar-
den. The only stipulation to
having a plot is that you
must maintain it on a reg-
ular basis. For more infor-
mation, call Jack Davitt at
772-6974.


Includes guicu tL our,
lighthouse admission, and
transportation.
Trip deadline is May 15!
The Beresford Lady in
Deland, Florida
June 10
$53
Includes museum admis-
sion, paddleboat tour, and
lunch on the boat, and
transportation.
Trip deadline is June 2!

'Llbertg Cove i'
Recreation
Trips, activities and costs
may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
the Liberty Cove Recrea-
tion Center for more details,
542-3491.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball
game
Tonight
Free
Free lesson and nine holes
of golf
NAS Jax Golf Course
April 18
Movies
Movies are shown at the


Jax Air NeOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 13, 2006


Photos by Shannon Leonard
Comedian Jeff Capri entertains the crowd at The Zone April
4. The Comics on Duty World Tour stopped at NAS Jax for
two shows courtesy of the NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department.


base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call
542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Just
Friends (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Harry
Potter Goblet of Fire (PG-
13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. The
Ringer (PG-13)
April 21, 7 p.m. Jarhead
(R)
April 28, 7 p.m. The
Family Stone (PG-13)
April 29, 5 p.m. -
Cheaper by the Dozen 2
(PG)
April 29, 7 p.m. -
Derailed (R)

Golf Cour..e
For more information on
the golf course, please call
542-3249. For Mulligan's,
call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation
Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No greens fees! Cart fee
only!.
April 25 for active duty.
Today and April 27 for
retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

Jax Navy Flying Club;
Call 777-8549 for more
information.
Ground School Class
April 17 May 24
$365


Youth Activities
For more information on
Youth Activities call 778-
9772.
Annual NAS Jax Egg Hunt
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.
McCaffery Softball Field
complex.
Yellow Water Egg Hunt
Saturday
Yellow Water baseball
fields
Call 777-8247



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perform their acts in front more than a hundred Sailors,
Department of Defense employees, retirees and their families.


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Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt
Sunday
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JAX SPORTS & STANDINGS


Tennis tourney
planned
A mep and women's singles
tennis tournament will be held
May 1 at 5 p.m. The tournament
is free and open to all NAS Jax
authorized men and women.
There will be a separate men
and women's division. Matches
will be played at the Guy Ballou
Tennis Complex. Awards will be
given for each division. Call
NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by
April 28.
Indoor volleyball
meeting planned
An indoor volleyball meeting
will be held May 10 at 11:30
a.m. in the Building 850 confer-
ence room. The league is open
to all NAS Jax active duty, com-
mand Department of Defense
personnel and Selective
Reservists. Commands having
their athletic officer or designat-
ed representative attend the
meeting will receive five cap-
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meeting to discuss rules and to
get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Intramural golf
meeting coming up
An intramural golf meeting will
be held May 17. The league is
open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of
Defense personnel and selec-
tive reservists. The meeting will
be held at 11:30 a.m. on the
deck outside Mulligan's at the
golf course. Commands having
their athletic officer or designat-
ed representative attend the
meeting will receive five
pCaptain's Cup points. All inter-
ested personnel should attend
the meeting to discuss rules and
to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Greybeard
basketball league
to hold meetings
The Greybeard League is
open to all NAS Jax active duty,
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30 and up. The Greybeard
meeting will be held at 11:30
a.m. and the intramural meeting
will be held at noon. The meet-
ings will be held in Building 850.
All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
For more information about
any of the sports articles, call
Bill Bonser, sports coordinator.
at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil.


Sand Volleyball
Standings
As of April 7


Team
GEMD Alpha
VP-62
AIMD (1)
AIMD (2)
CNATTU (1)
GEMD Bravo
SERCC
VP-30


Wins
2
2
1
1
1
1
0
0


Losses
0
0
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1
1
1
1
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Women's Softball
Standings
As of April 7
Team Wins Losses
Lady Divas 2 0
Naval Hospital 1 1
VP-16 1 1
TPU 0 2
Intramural Soccer
Standings
As of April 7
Team Wins Losses Ties
VP-45 1 0 1
Naval Hospitall 0 1
AIMD 2 1 0
VS-31 1 1 1
VS-22 0 1 0
VP-30 E's 0 1 1
VP-30 O's 1 2 0
Greybeard Softball
Standings
As of April 7
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 2 0
CNATTU 2 1
VP-30 2 1
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From the Navy College Writing Using Word, is follow with the following fee for the first time FCCJ
Office free to active duty service topics: student.
members and their family Learn to Budget Through To register, visit the
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Jacksonville (FCCJ) will
offer computer training in
the FCCJ on-base comput-
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19 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
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These classes will be
offered at a rate of $79 per
person and will be open to
all personnel who have
access to the base. There is
a separate, non-refundable
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agreenhu@fccj.edu or
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VP-62 0 3
Intramural Softball
Standings
As of April 7


Team
VP-30 Staff
HS-75
VP-5
AIMD 500
NAVAIR
Naval Hospital
VP-45
VP-62/NAR
FACSFAC
CBMU 202
FANG
HS-3
VP-16
CHWSL
PSD
VP-30 Blue
VP-30 Gold
NCTS
AIMD 650
VS-24
SERCC


Wins
5
5
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
0
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0
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0
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1
1
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2
2
2
2
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4
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WEILER CO GA 189AC,
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234 Bacon Co.,
234* GA
BACON CO., GA 225acres
Prime hunting property
Good site index. Asking
$2100/ac. 912-449-9245

246 Camden Co.,
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new stove/ret, laun-
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treatments, rent $1100,
call 912- 576 4028


246 Camden Co.,
GA
SPCS Orders, 4/2
1350 sf, ceramic
tile wood flooring,
replace big
backyard, cul-de-sac
lot, new appliances,
912-673-8663,
www.myklngsbay.com

294 Fernandina/

SFLEMING ISLAND-
3/2 for sale, LR/DR,
i j, great room
with fireplace,
cathedral ceilings,
tile thru-out. Must see,
$229,900 call 779-1918
FSBO- Pace Island
4/3, 2700sf, bonus
SI room, lagoon,
S enced yard,
woodlam. floors
screened porch $380K,
403-6270 PCS

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296 Miscellaneous

Screven In Wayne Co.
New 3/2.5 2000heated
sf, brick home on
10.6ac. Lrg frnt prch,
scrnd bck prch. 30x30
metal shop w/.Sba.
24x24 horse barn w/4
stalls & Irg loft. Storm
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298 Open House
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2116 Farm Way 3/2
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269 1031 ,

300 Avondale/
30 Ortega

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306 Intracoastal 209sB 4/2.5 & POOLn
2090sf all brick ex condo,
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lliJlflrltdlMri.I 3905 Octave Dr. 744-1743
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2950sf, many uipgrades,
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962-5290 or 821-9419 tir0 n'I: l'-Bi'
3384 Rogero Road
Brookwood Forest 3/2.5 5 Bed/ 1.5 Bath $182,000
w/gar. Monument area Completely Updated/
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beaches & schools $247,900
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2003 DWMH 4/2 2280sf
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new ch/a, tile, ont, apple
7538 Oakwood. Exc cond.
$94,900. 904-382-6960
Quiet area 10503 Ollie Dr.
3/2 Lrg 2car detached
garage selling pays all
closing costs $125K
904-710.8671, 768-8036

330 Beaches
ATL. BCH'Just steps to
ocean. 3/2, $589,900
Kyung Bishop 477-4387
Bishop Realty of NE Fla Inc
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Completely remod. 3/2;
All new appi, A/C, tile
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3545 Trident Ct., Jax Bch
904.60817995
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2500sf, 4/2.5, new kitch.
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4.85 ACRES FOR SALE.
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FULLY RENOV 3/1.5, ingrd
pool, new roof, plumbg,
ch/a. All new kit. Asking
-$169,000. 904.349.8494

GOV. OWNED
4/3 16584SF,
Inlaw suite, $161,500.
Pictures and info at
www.edandmaryh.com
Continental Realty
276-1992

Home For Sale in
Orange Park South
Off of CR220.3BR
2BA, Garden tub in
master, central
heat & air, patio, 2
car garage, 11
years old $170,000
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360 Out of Area/
30 Town/State

WAYNE COUNTY, GA
Screven-75mi from
Jacksonville, 221V acres,
2200 feet bordering
game reserve-14x70
mobile home- excellent
condition, not a dilapa-
dated home; Gargae
(2car) with room for
work area. Storage
building and rec room.
$60,000. Will consider
some trade. Call
912-586-2079

365 Manufactured
S Homes


335 Orange Park/
33. Clay

Lake Asbury/Silver Crk
3/2, ly/o, 1940sf, grt oc
Closer pays up to $5000
$226K. 904 807- 8539
LIKE NEW HOME 3/2 ON
1 ac lot, new paint, car-
pet, applies, 904-813-4070
4428 Eli Whitney Dr.
NORTH MIDDLEBURG
Village of Fireside Sub-
div. 2550sf, all brick
home on 1/3rd acre lot,
sprinkler sys, privacy
fence, 4br/2ba, firepi,
all appliances, 1/2 tile.
1/2 carpet, walk to
school, gated comm.
Reducedoto $289 900.
904-591-2308, 568-7575
OAKLEAF 3/2 FSBO. lyr
old, 1517sf, open fir
plan, formal LR, DR, fam
rm, Ig upgraded kit, sec
& Irrjg sys, $215k 282-2404

4189+sf, on
water/golf/preserve.
$680K. 904-276-0013
OPEN HOUSE Sat/Sun
4/2 upgrds Margaret's
Walk on Flem, $394,900.
Call 904-505-9425
Orange Park South
SB 2116 Farm Way 3/2
I 2600sf, screened
porch shed, fence,
$184,900 OPEN HOUSE
April 8,12-5pm,
269-1031 "
PACE ISL, 4BR, LR, FR, Irg
rms, many upgrades.
wd firs, cornian, lagoon,
$375,000. 904- 525- 6946
PACE ISL. 4/2, approx
2000sf, op. fir plan, I yd
w/Koi pond. Upgrades
galore, don't miss this
one- $325K. 904.-200.2756
SPENCER PLAN. 2929sf
4 Sbr/2.Sba 3cg $339K
buyowner.com
ID#JAX8504 908-7984
3/2 SPLIT -stocked pond,
w/woods, dead end st.
sprkir, sec. termite
pond $197,900213-0245

338 Baker County
FSBO 3/2 2carg in Mac-
clenny, attic storage,
side by side fridge,
dishwasher, smooth
top stove, 10x16 shed,
approx 1/2ac. Very
Good N'hood. Close to
1-10 & shop ping.
$159,900 904-259-9151
LUXURY AMENITIES
AWAIT YOU! .
Gorgeous 4/2 (2459sf)
custom brick home in
Copper Creek subdi-
vision. 4ft tall Pecaso
chandelier with
Swarovski crystals.
Romanesque master
bathrooms floor to
ceiling travertinetile
with columned roman
tub, crystal chande-
lier, custom painted
mural, cherry cabi-
nets, brass sinks and
brass swan faucets.
Kitchen has granite
countertops, cherry
cabinets, double
oven. Travertine tile
throughout. Custom
hand cut marble and
travertine floor
medUllions. Irrigation
system, security sys-
tem central vac, sur-
round sound, inter-
cor, water softener.
Comes completely
furnished with
elegant cherry furni-
ture and wall decora-
.tions. Too many
extras to list. By
owner, $437,000 obo.
(904334. 2741or
334- 2740


340 St. Johns

FSBO -JCP 1886sf, 3/2,
move in ready corn
lot, water view. wood
flooring, $304,900 No
CDD Fees. 230-1649

342 St. Augustine
MURABELLA-WGV, RED,
Must see. New constr.
2350sf, culdesac, upgrds.
Open 4/8, 11-4p.
948 E. Terranova Way
$352,900. 561-723-0113
WORLD GOLF Village -
Open Sat-Sun. New
3BR, 2BA, den. Save!
$379,000. (216)559-4114

3A5 Nassau
"45 County
COUNTRY LIVING, newly
constructed 3/2, 2269sf,
2cg on 1 acre. $215K.
904-813-4792/509-1060

350 Waterfront
LOT W/DOCK PERMIT.
Trout Rvr Landing $135K.
70x130. Robin @
904-924-0033/759-4180
MIRAVISTA -3/3, 3000sf,
w/boatslip, ready now.
$1.1 Mil. 904-716-2277
Satsuma FL. Doublewide
1400sf 2/2, exc shape,
new: firs, patio. Dock
deck $235K 386-649-6170

355 Condominiums
GRAND RESERVE 2/1
ground floor, gated, all
amenities, Immac
$145,000. 404-434-4719
ORANGE PARK
2/2, poolside, $132,900,
FSBO, 707-7523


375 Farms/
75 Acreage

GREEN COVE SPRINGS
5 acres, off Highway 17,
equestrian community
$125K firm 404-434-4719
MACCLENNY, FL. 10acres
inside city limits. Zoned
Single family. Could be
zoned multi-family
904-259-3372
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
SOUTHWEST VA, 110 Ac,
4000SF, home w/full
basement, built in 2002
2 car gar, under ground
pool barn creek, priv.
SCall 276.940-2027 or
276-940-2729
Starke Fl. 5 country acres
w/4 acres cleared, 2
new culverts ready for
your site built home or
new mobile home .
Bring horses, $125K.
904-964-6708 lv msg.
60 AC. WAYCROSS High &
Dry Planted Pines All or
part. Starting at $3200
per acre. 904. 704- 4214

380 Investment
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deals possible. Expect
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tory. Financing avail.
Call 904-208-8930.
INVESTOR SPECIAL
Duplex 4/1 & 3/1
1552 W. 26th St.
Call 673-5694
Nside Steal 3/1 $73K obo.
appraised @ $80K will
pay $6K towards clos-
ig, must sell! 535-9194

385 Miscellaneous
FORECLOSURE!
6bed/3bath. Only
$13,2001 For Listings
800-749-8124 x8987
N'SIDE FORECLOSURE
3bed, $5,000!
As is. For Listings
800-749-8124 x1002

390 Real Estate
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Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed vacant or
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ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/residential
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Real Estate
for Rent
.400 Apartments
Furnished
405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
Resorts
445 Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management/Rental
Services
455 Wanted to Rent


400 Apartments
40 Furnished

ARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS *
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093


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405 =shed
Unfurnished

ARUNGTON
$150 DEPOSIT
*Unfurnished Studios
*Pool- Fitness Ctr- Fishing
*Cony to Town & Beaches
FROM $375 MO
Furn & Unfurn
Willow Lakes of Arl
7703 Hare Ave.
725 -0303
Avondale 2/1.5 CH/A, Lrg
rms/clst, $695; R'side
2/1 $650 wtr ncI; Tile firs
Sm. pets ok. 78&61090

Babuta Apts. off Univer-
sity 1/1 $550mo. remod.
imo free 743-8694
Beaches (2) 2br/lba,
Interested? Please call
904-226-1710 448-8811
Fernandlna, Your search
is over brand new apts.
starting at $590mo. Call
Suzie at 904- 277-2500


NORTHSIDE $550 -$760
1,2 & 3 BR's Available!
(904) 757 -0240
Ashley Park Apartmer"ts


NORTHSIDE
a L102,&3BRs.
Wa .r HU1 Vouchers
i'-.4 Accepted.
S $99 Deposit!
E'., A No App. Fee
,4 ( 9 0 4 ) 7 5 1 1 5 1 0

N'SIDE NOW LEASING
Shannon Ridge Apt's
1BR $415; 2BR5s $525 &
3BR's $625. Section 8
welcomed. Newly Renov.
Info 904-350-9070
RIVERSIDE 3/3 $650 ch&a
1350SF, Gas Fplc, WD Hu
Water Incil, DW r 5Pts
VANSANDT RE 389-3540,
C SAN MARCO
C 1 & 2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -9492
San Marco $650mo.
lbr/lba Duplex with:WD,
1511 Belmont Ave.
no pets Call 923-7857
WESTSIDE 2BR DUPLEX
FENCED YD, NO WD HOOKUP,
QUIET! AVAILABLE 4/1/06
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
WESTSIDE Brand new
apt., 3/2 off 103rd, close
to NAS. $875. Call
Walter 318-2004 .

410 Condominiums

SOUTHSIDE across from
Tinseltown, 3/2, 1600sf.
Brand new lux condo
w/upgrades, gated,
$1700mo. $1700 dep.
616-3669
Avondale ground fir 2/1.5
w/d, new stove, d/w,
renovated patio walk
to mall & shops; on
busline, $1000mo
778-7128, 634.6032 Faye
BEACHES, Ocean Grove
2/2 gar, all new, Beach
access, downstairs on
lake, $1100m Must
rent! 251-5370
BEACHES 1/1 furn'd, 1
block from ocean.
Laundry free, pool, pets
ok. $950m 477-4640
BEACHES 2/2, 1st fir, full
amenities, gated,
Sparkling clean. $1100
mo +sec. 904.613-2569

BEACHES -TPC Sawgrass
3/2.5, 1 car gar, gated
comm, 1$50s mo.
285-4618
O.P. Oakleaf, new 2/2,
2nd floor elevator
amenities $995 mo
904- 347- 9229/E:827-1967
OAKLEAF PLANTATION III!
Huge new flat 2/2 + gar
on lake + forest $1000.
Won't last 291-4290
OP-FLEM iSL PL 3/2.5 TH
+bonus rm, 1643sf, W/D
garage, all amenities
$1240+sec. 904-424-5378
ORTEGA/OP area Condo
for sale or lease. Lrg
4/2.5 TH $129,900/
$1100mo. 779-2288
Ortega River Waterfront
2/1.5, w/d, priv deck,
gated sec, new appi. cpt,
$150OmO. 904-887.6622
Ortega waterfront near
NASJAX, & downtown.
3/2, granite counters,
SS applies, gym & more.
$1500mo. 301-904-4221
PVB Belleza 2/2 lcarg
Over looks pool, gym &
volleyball court. $1400m
904,476-1214
PVB Spacious 2/2, story
crnr unit, fpl, w/d, new
renov. $1250m+elect.
1-240.388-0056 Iv msg
PV OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL!
2/2 $1050 -1/1 $925
FP. vltd cells, beautiful!
Newly ren, many amenit
All Condos Inc Appi & Blinds
'4 Garages for rent from $75
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273.3939 or 610-6460
REGENCY-9A/Merril Gtd
Brand new 3/2, w/d, pool
basic. overlks nat. presv.
$SlOOm. 904.568&0284
SAWGRASS BEACH CLUB
Efficiency, Furnished,
Just Across Ocean, w/d.
CALL (904) 242-0411
S'SIDE/IL VILLAGIO, New
otd comm, 1652sf, 2/2.5
oft/ofc &den, lake view
w/d,$1200m. 904-646-9900


ORANGE PARK Cottages
at Oakleaf, 3/2.5, c gar
$198,000. Call 553-5897 Alliance Realty Group S
STONEBRIDGE 3/2, S'slde
Gated, many amenities &
Praes, pool "SERVING THE FINEST"
$168K 9045344156 With Realty, Mortgage, and Relocation Needs!
SUGAR MILL 2/2, carpet,
all applies, unit 3041,
asking $129,900. Call
2686690 Or 708.2345 ph.: 904268 5553 cell: 629-8496

360 Out of Area/
360 Town/State fax: 9042685766 "t. tczr01l@yahoo.com

MTN VIEW LOTS -Lake .
Lure, NC, from $29,900
www.rowelland.com
864-909-1035 Tony Cozier
N GA Mountains 3500sf "Drive On"
Gated Price slashed
$100K J islhouse.com 9735 St. Augustine Rd. Suite #11 Jacksonville, FL 32257
770-377-9980


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Beach living, New Used,
2, 3, 5 bdrms. In house
financing avail.
Call Rebecca I 246-7684
myj 4v i t: 1:1 :1* 1
New 3/2 fully loaded.
E-Z financing, slow
credit O.K.
Call 246-7684

2/1 at the beach 5% d/p.
Call Rebecca g
249-9546
AMERICAN 3BR/2BA,
stove, dishwasher, new
heat pump, nice park.
$9800. Call 730-8606
Beautiful 3/2 New applis,
ceiling fans, 1800sf
Countryside Village
$15,000. 333-4604

Beautiful Gated West-
side comm. new & used
2 & 3 br hms. Fin avail
Call Bettyann 783-2460

Buy now guaranteed fin.
on your new home E-Z
Qualifying. Call Sandy
S695-2255
DARULINGTON 24x60 3/2,
den, appliances, fire-
place, central air. You
Move! $5800. 730 8606
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
Land Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385
FLEETWOOD'99. No
Credit ve. 3/2, stove, frig,
dishwshr wash/dryer,
vinyl sid/shngl. $2500 eq.
$350mo. Call 730-8606

GRAND OPENING!
Westside family
community, Phase II
opening. EZ flnanc-
Ing avail. on site.
3& 4r,DW & SW,
Free w/d.
Call Emma 771-9055
962-1086

LAKE VIEW
Beautiful Westside
community, new, used
and repos, in-house
financing.
Call Emma 771-9055
962-1086
LAND / HOME PACKAGES
.24 YRS EXP. SODWN. HOMES
OF MERIT 477-4225 OR EMAIL
JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291-2735
LET YOUR JOB BE
YOUR CREDIT!
EZ Fin. $500 moves you
In. Call Emma 771-9055
or 962-1086 1
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2, 16005F+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$695 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
.8741862 or 291-3100
MUST SELL 3BR 2BA!
D/W and Land Home.
Stainless Steel Appl.
Great Jacksonville Loca-
tion, Little Down, Easy
Financing, Won't Last!
CALL JOHN 291-0716
REDMAN '99 28x60, 3/2,
big grt rm, stove, frig
dishwshr, vinyl sid/
shngi, c air, fen yd, gar
pvt lot. $29,900. 730-.8606
SELLING YOUR MOBILE
HOME? TOP CASHll
Old or New or Assume
Loan. Call 730-8606
Spacious 2/2 16'x80',
ceiling fans, wired for
alarm, on rented lot
$21K. 904-386-4092
Wside '82 MH 14x64 2/2
refrig, range, $4000 obo.
U Move. Serious
inquires only 317-8194

370 Lots for Sale
MIDDLEBURG 2 acres,
$35,000. 1 acre high
and dry, $29,000.
Call 954-683-4385
MIDDLEBURG AREA.
4.19 Acres. Homes Only.
$95,000 OBO.
Call 904-509-1154
ONE ACRE LOT
With Well,
Septic & Pole
Owner Financing.
Unimproved Lots Also Avail.
904 282.-5449 386 752 0784

375 Farms/
3 Acreage

BALDWIN CO., GA
534 +/- acres; 257 ac in
2006 Planted Pines
260 ac in Mature Hdwd
17 ac in Beaver Ponds
2.5 mi of frontage on
Town Creek $2,000/acre
Waller Land & Timber,
LLC M(478) 232-0624
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WaterbrookFalls 3/2 rg lot. $700. me+ nGoodDriving record 103or fax 904l399-0384.
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front porch, d/w, stove, sacrifice $0500 all7 Lomis, Fargo & Co.Cfull-time employees enjoys a TCHAmNie W IR
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compl, remod, w/d hkp, 4 oB kr8 -7 49Multi family single ,reri.e* .5 or.tre 13[h
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brand new, 4/t. 389-5860 for details Coast. and St. August. ;-r r.i .mn.iiiete lob
close to Argyle Elem. DOUBLEWIDE 1996 owine oreas. Must have tr,,er.pt ir.... .r
upgrades galore fplc, 3/2 w/land 1.65 acres Turn Key Restaurant WownLtoolsARtranspo r- L, r, d [o .zubmlt 3-1
$1295mo. 904-236-9889 land needs some open for business seatst5,on, andrappIcable
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REALTY EXECUTIVES TRUrCKncTRoAtNtIoNGs
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ARL.'JU S520 mo. incl util, 3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING Robert 219 342i work. Call 645-5887
OP,,Bay Harbor 42, 2cg. pn. c ele. v, 'd. t.I/F. FOR NDDIVING JOBS
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aaLA O7TUITION REIMBURSEMENTS HIRINGEERIENCED Ca 269-777
1100 Seagate Ave. Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 S12 50.. h15 i ncl ..t.is. N15 613-1-15 R UD 12 year Company with: WELDERS WTsAeMgc
nice 514-. tsh38 FLEM. viL Fer hiM.iking -JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE Sign on oonus needs Flu, core ,eld-
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available. 941 650 4459 R d 30o r av 40hrs+wk Dignan St. Jax. F132254
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2000, curt rd l. Cul de scare a for 3rd shift Mante REPAIRNowNHIring:
RIVIERA PARKWAY siO 904 703 02-12,45u.,.cull-- nncCrew Mus have
9450- maocalUNhan 5 yrs exp. Pay $16 96 PIPE WELDERS
RAVINES 904-631-5664 plus.26 shftdliff. We PIPE FITTERS
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J-_C. $10O0k+sec. op962 3338 Maxville. FL 2897261 WORKERS
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Homes Starting In The $200s!


Homes Starting In The $190s.'


Homes Starting in The LOW $200s!


* Beautifully landscaped lake
and conservation views available
* Nature trail, playground
* Close to schools, shopping
* Easy access To 1-95 & 1-295
* Estate sized lots

For More Information, Please Call
904-764-9687


1-295 North to Dunn Ave. Left on Dunn to
Barrington Cove on the right (North) side of Dunn.


103rd. St.


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* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
* Away from the traffic!
* Conveniently located near
1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd.

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(Beaver Street) West on Beaver St. to Halsema Rd.
North on Halsema Rd. to Hunters Walk on the left.

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Homes Starting In The $ 1 5!
* Long awaited final phase NOW OPEN!
* Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
available
* Conveniently located near
1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd. :

For More Information, Please Call
9'-54-693-3968
1-295 North, exit left onto Normandy Blvd, Fox Hill Farms
is located on the left before Chaffee Rd.

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* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtownI
* Away from the traffic
* Conveniently located close to
1-295 and Normandy Blvd.

For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968


1-295 to exit 19 (Normandy Blvd.- SR 228) West on SR 228
approximately 7.6 miles to Weston Ranch on the right.


Condos Starting In The LOW $100s!


* Cozy, intimate community
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located minutes
from downtown near 1-10
* Appliances included with home


For More Information, Please Call
904-783-8650
1-10 to Lane Avenue. South on Lane Ave, to
Manotak Ave. Right on Manotak Ave, to Sallie Ave,
Left on Sallie Ave, to Manotak Oaks on the left.

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Town Homes Starting In The $720s!
* Three spacious floorplans to
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* Homes available for 0,
immediate occupancy!
. 2 or 3 bedrooms with garages
* Community swimming pool ",


For More Information, Please Call
904-854-7!01


1-295 to 103rd St, West on 103rd to Ricker Road,
North on Ricker Rd. toTimothys Landing on left.


Condos 3>700,,..rm In


.'LOW $lOOs!


* Three decorated models! '
* BEST value on the Westsidel .
* Peaceful country setting -I I I
* Conveniently located close to V'-0
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103rd St.Just west of 1-295 "';:_. ';L

For More Information, Please Call


From 1-295 take 103rd St. to Timber Run on the right.


Condos Starting In The LOW $ OOs!
* Gated community with private pool
* Conveniently located on Blanding
Blvd. near 1-295 and only 5 miles
from NAS
* Surrounded by an abundance of
nature and trees
* Homes ready for move-in NOW!
For More Information, Please Call


From 1-295 take Blanding Boulevard north approx.
2.5 miles to Natures Hideaway.on the left.


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gave you a nice bundle of Series
Savings Bonds. So you put them inh
safe place and forgot about them. BL
they're still around somewhere, waiting
for you to rediscover them. And even though
your old Series E Bonds are no longer earning
interest* they could still be worth more than
5 times their face value. So why not


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.


Do you have old Savings Bonds? Check out the Savings Bond Calculator
at www.savingsbonds.gov to discover their value.


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Pre-December 1965 Series E Savings Bonds stop earning interest
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JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 13, 2006


715 Manage fent/
715 Tr n.

MANAGER -for growing
medical weight tan-
agement chain. Sales
exp, comm skills
computer literate MS
office & Profit andloss
knowledge all a mist
Salary +bonuses.Fa>
resume 904-723-5635

New Oaklea
Plantation Office
Under ConstructiOn
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estat
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421- 76101

OPERATIONS"
MANAGER
Person needed t(
manage our Blacks
hear, Georgia tire anc
wheel assembly facil
ity. Growing company
supplying tires anc
wheels to trailer
manufactures across
the South East. Dutie:
include overseeing
small staff of assembly
and office personnel
purchasing raw mate
rials and customer
service. Candidate
should have priol
management experi
ence and able to per-
form a variety of duties
Business management
or accounting degree
preferred but prior
experience will be
considered., ompeti-
tive salary and com-
pany benefits package.
Fax resumes tc
614-866-9805 or senc
via e-mail to employ-
ment@kendausa.com
PROJECT COORDINATOR
Temporary Part Time
position available
immediately at FCCJ tc
coordinate implemen-
tation of Army's new
Tuition Assistance
policy at the college
Minimum Req's: Bach-
elor degree & 3 years
general business expe-
rience. Must be
detailed, have hig
-level computer skills
able to meet deadlines
and work with a team
For more information
please emai
kjohns@fccj.edu.
PROPERTY MANAGER &
SERVICE MANAGER
needed for large multi
family community in
Jacksonville. Please
send resume with sal-
ary requirements to
careers@WRHrealty.co
m or fax to
904-292-9236.
DFWP/EOE.
SURFACE WARFARE TECH
COURSEWAREE DEV.)
Seeking (10) senior HM
& E Engineer Specialists
to develop interactive
courseware relating to
Ship HM&E systems.
Req's 6yrs. of ship-
board USN maint. exp.,
strong training back-
ground and ESWS
quals. Must be literate
in Microsoft Word.
EOOW qual, instructor
tour and/or NEC 9502
are a plus. Apply online
at www.isijax.com.
EOE-M/F/D/V. Drug
screen-req._ o

720 Medical

.ARNP
FT For clinical & hospital
work. Cardiology exp
preferred. Exc benefits,
Fax resume to: 388-6750
Front Desk Receptionist/
Medical Records
Responsible/multi task,
Med Mgr, superior
customer service skills
a must. Beach/S'side
Fax resume: 249-2352
MEDICAL ASST./FRONT
DESK COORDINATOR-FT
Riverside Cardiology
Practice. Fax to 388- 6750
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
ASSISTANT POSITION (S)
Occu -Health. Inc has
immediate openings)
for Physical Therapist
Assistant NAVHOSP,
Jacksonville and BMC
Mayport. Send resume
w/salary requirements,
current licenses &
certifications: email:
ohilohi- corpg.com
fax(8W38 82. EOE

723 Dental
DENTAL HYGIENIST
Arlington. 2 days per
week. 744-6244 fax
744-6122

FRONT DESK &
SURGICAL ASST-
O.P. area. (2 )positions
.Intelligent, energetic
with good people skills.
Dental Exp. Req Fax
resume to 272-4669
ORAL SURGERY ASST.
w/exp. FT/M-F, HIth Ins,
Dr. provides uniforms,
Baymeadows. Call
904-739-0690 or fax,
904-737-1045

l Professional/
730 Personal
Services

HAIR STYLISTS
Mgmt Opportunities.
Top wages, benefits.
Clientele provided.
SUPERCUTS
Regency 723-3713;
Atlantic/Kernan 564-2210
Ponte Vedra 273-2888
Mandarin 268-3007
St. Johns & Beach 564-2731
WESIDE:
Roosevelt 981-0430
Normandy 786-3547

73 Restaurants/
73 Hotels

Bartenders/Servers
for Aqua Grill, 18 year old
established Ponte Vedra
restaurant, across from
Mariott Great $ 285- 3017
COOKS, DISHWASHERS
& SHUCKERS
for Bukkets, for newly
remodeled Oceanfront
restaurant. Apply
Mon-Fri 3pm- 6pm, 222
North Oceanfront, Jax
Beach. 246-7701
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will tran- 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, TL. 32256. Call :
904-296-1525. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
UNE COOK & PIZZA MKR
FT w/exp. for Salerno's
4765 Hodges Blvd. Ste 7.
Ph. 821-4350
SELLING FLOWERS
at night. $10-$17/hr
flat rate pay, Wed-Sat.
Call 294-2063
SOUS LINE COOKS &
SERVERS
for Breakwater Restau-
rant 247.2644, 3rd Ave
N., Oceanfront, JB

740 (Retail


RETAIL STORE MANAGER
for 35 Vr old estb
company. Proven ser-
vice ability, computer
knowledge, flexible
hours wgno Sundays.
Email resumes to
lori@fontaieapparel.com

745 sales
SALESPERSON
For Industrn Leader In
Manufactutd Homes.
Earning Itential
$40,00-00,000
Plus B nefits!
FAX RESU E 783.9598
OR CALL TO AY 783-8385
USED C SALES
secondary experience
prefd, hi volume.
Great p Call Mr
Laursen 4-346-5350

t technical/
.750 engineering

CAD MANAGER
Looking r thrill ,Pck
ers! Etcndinp C rr,
den Co ty GA :ur'e3
firm se s experienced
CADD nager. Up to
$25/hrb right candi-
date. need
PT CHIEF
Ph. 9176-8854; email
careers@lbyrlandsurveyors.com


/750 Technical/
7 Engineering

I CIVIL ENGINEERS
Fast growing company
s looking for experienced
Project Managers,
P Project Engineers
& Drainage Engineers
Visit: www.passero.com

752 Warehouse

WAREHOUSE WORK
Florida Hardware Co.
Distribution needs
Selectors, Loaders &
Reach Operators. Year
round full time work
Good pay + hourly
incentives. Drug screen
& physical required.
Apply in person at: 436
CassatAve. 32254

755 Miscellaneous
; CAKE DECORATORS
d Exp'd FT/PT Team ori-
- ented, Apply Tues-Fri
9 8-6 at Edgewood Bak-
d ery, 1012 S. Edgwood.
s CLEANING TECHNICIANS
S STANLEY STEEMER.
SYou will enjoy benefits,
pd vacation & more.
S Neat Clean Appear-
r ance a must. Valid DL
e & d driving record.
r OJT.Background & drug
test reqd. Sat. hours
required. Apply In
Person M-F; 10-4
E6115 Arlington Expwy.
;INSULATION INSTALLERS
L Will Train, Apply at Gale
Insulation 5808 Mining
Terrace, EOE DFWP

IRRIGATION SERVICE
_ TECH & LANDSCAPE
FOREMAN NEEDED -$11
$20/hr. 904-779-7799

e LAWN TECHNICIAN &
0 TERMITE TECHNICIAN
Ep pref but will train
V F/r Mon. Fri 8am-5pm;
L good pay, benefits.
all B 389-3235
s LIFE GUARDS &
SWIM INSTRUCTORS
e Now hiring. Downtown
S YMCA. Great pay and
benefits 355-1436 Tom

TREE CLIMBER &
I GROUNDSMEN
Myers Tree Service has
positions available for
experienced Tree
Climbers. Mi 2 yrs exp.
Groundsmen must have
a clean Class" B" Driv-
ers Lic. Benefits
include: medical, den-
tal, paid vacation. Pay
rate based on exp. Drug
Free Workplace. Apply
at 2424 Russell Rd.. FB
FL 32034 or call 904
261 -2985 Fx:904- 261-1731
WINDOW WASHER
-Needed PT or FT, no
exp nec. Call 838-1860


830 Child
30 C6- Care

SExperienced Home
Care Provider in
S|Arlington Area certi-
fied 6 weeks -12 yrs.
Call Alicia @ 904- 762-1443
a HOME DAYCARE
K available for
SL toddlers, please
S call 912-576-4112
a Licensed In- Home
SDaycare (2) openings
for infant or
toddler located in
Oakleaf Plantation

8 2*) Health/
KE862 Beauty

Argyle Forest- Multi-Cul-
ture Salon. Booth renters,
1st mo, $100 wkly 778-9878

a876 Painting/
876 Wallpaper

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








Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
S905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances
DISHWASHER
S Kenmore
< stainless steel,
$300,904-269-9527
DRYER- Kitchen
/ aid. Large capacity,
I 6 years old, very
good condition,
$125 or best offer,
268-8919, white.
4, FISH TANK-55' gallon,
cherry wood color
Switch pump & fish top
included call 778-2464
SGE Side by Side
Srefridgerator good
kI condition, almond,
can deliver, $125,
call 904-733-0023
SKENMORIE- 4 burner,
gas stove w/digital
\1> reader, 40 gal, gas
water heater. Both
$200 obo, 912-674-1797
4 KENMORE- heavy duty
| washer and dryer,
I | frigidaire heavy duty
dryer, both $135 obo,
912 -674 -1797
4, Microwave-GE
| over-the-stove
black, 30 in. $75,
call 269-1478
4, OVEN-GE Spectra
I self cleaning/true
temp. automatic
excellent condition.
$150, call 904-282-8893
4, REFRIDGERATOR-
[ Magic Chef, 23 cubic
Sdefrosting, very clean,
works great, $150 obo,
DEBBIE 568-4813
,REFRIDGERATOR-

$350, white. Whir-
pool dishwasher, $50,
white. Whirlpool over
range microwave, $50,
all exc. condition,
904 771- 5208
Refrigerator- Side by
--| side, 2001 great shape,
V.. all new components.
GE 25.4 cuin, ice/water
indoor, 912 -882 -6444
warranty, $500
4, Refrigerator Side
1 T by side, elect.
vent, hood, Pana-
sonic, microwave,
excel cond, all for


$700,904- 21 0920
4 Washer/Dryer-
whirlpool
7 years old,
excellent condi-
tion,
$175obo, call 813-9004
for more info.

9Q0 Articles
,90, For Sale


: Aquarium
55 Gallon
Stand, filters,
everything! All
accessories, great
condition $150.
Call 234-0278







BARRIE DOLLS
Snew & in boxes.
4,J1 Will email list,
pricOs vary.
Call after 1800
904 287.9518


905 Articles
For Sale

SBike 26", 21 speeds,
mens good shape
I bike, 26" 18 speeds,
Good shape, first.
$30 each call Ray
904-554-3708
Bowflex Treadcumber
5 Sony 27" TV, Brand
new 542-2255wk,
encased in oak, $1700
obo, 292-4094, $250 obo
a CABINET-Storage.
store your CD's,
S DVDa or VHS
tapes. Woodgrain,
with lockable doors, on
wheels, $70,268. 2482
a Computer
Dell Pentium Ili with
color printer, $150
576- 5207, JIM
4 DAY BED- with
Mattress, white,
S$0, hot wheels
$collection, $.50
each, old and new,
269-4503
4 DISHWASHER-Ken
more white never
used, $125BO
system w/ games,
$13 XBOX and ps2
games $10, each
call 386 3724
a Dresser, blond
Color 5 draers, 36"
wid 55" high
excellent condo.
$75, call 904-264-6652
wi DRESSES-beauti-
ful prom dresses,
sizes 14&15,
excellent condi-
tion, choice of lavendar
or aqua Call 317-5034
4, GOLF BAG
likenew, $35,
264 6652
E JET POWER CHAIR
s like new, tan, $4K,
HOTPOINT upright
freezer, $75, a/c
window unit, KENMORE
energy efficient, $100,
912-576-9534
a Mess Dress blue and
Swhiote jackets with
Attachments, size 42L
Both for $225.
Phone 778-4104
a MESS DRESS-
Mens, blue and
white, jackets with
attachments, size
42L Both for $225,
phone 778-4101
4, Pool Table, 7 ft, leisure
bay, great condition,
i1 leather drop pockets,
many accessories, I'll
disassemble, you move,
$350,654- 4794
4 Printer- HP3915 Sdesk-
S jet (new), $40,
I visioneer scanner, $20,
Linksys Router, USB
adapter, $15 obo,
Rhonda, 403-4822, evenings
904.264-9935
SROCKER wicker,
Send tables, coffee
b i table, chests,
baskets, metal
shelves, director chairs,
excellent deals,
must go. 866-7348
Sofa, loveseat set, day
d, w/tmndle, Dell
computer, small ste-
reo,13" TV, video
camera, call 904 477-9026
a SOFA-1 colonial, $50.
SExcellent condition,
1k.a ItwIn'size bdrm w/
chest of drawers,
headboard, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, call 221-0710
p SOFAS-2, blue plaid,
SIrge TV, exercise bike,
ent. center, 2 end
Stbies, twin mattress,
computer desk, 64S- 0630
4 STROLLER- Eddie
Bauer Stroller w/
infant seat cover,
excellent condi-
tion, $130, call 317-5034
Trash Compactor,
S$100, HP Phots-
mart printer, $40,
color TV, $25,
Fax machine, $10.
Call 579-6471 or 757-0487
4 Treadmill $100,4x6,
Trailer $300, riding
Slawnmower, $300,
small freezer, $60,
2 bakers racks, $100,
Chevy Pick-up 97'
$5500, 904-272-7352
S TREADMILL- $100,
S4x6 trailer, $300,
tt riding lawnimower,
$300, small freezer,
$60,2 bakers racks,
$100, Chevy 1997
Pickup, $5500,
904-272-7352
STreadmill- Fits under
bed, $50, evovac
S Jmicrowave for over
oven $50, Weslo
bicycle, 6055, $50, 384-4296
Trumpet King $150,
carpet plush,
k off- white, 71/2x12,
$80, air compressor,
$70, sump pump new, $60,

Upright Vacuum
Santiquen milk can,
hand painted $45,
VCR player, $15,
car radio, $25, boom- box,
781-6222
4, VENDING
SMACHINES- five
t counter top, like
new great, for
small office or shop
make offer,
904- 536- 8870/779- 9601
4, VHS MOVIES
SToo many to list.
S$1-$15 sets. Lots
brand new, will fax
list. 982-2750
4 Volvo 940 Sedan
S'95 Gas turbo, sun-
i roof, leather inte-
rior, power seats,
rear & side window
defroster, special
ordered 1 owner,
maints up to date, 127k
plus miles, $6000
904-781-7904
WEIGHT BENCH-
SSmith machine w/
S attachments,
3351bs in weight
plates and dumbells
total body
workout machine
$200 call 386-3724
4 Eddie Bauer- travel
System stroller w/
S infant carrier plus 2
vehicle adapter bases,
excellent condition, $140.
904*759- 8079
4 Cherry Curio
Cabinet, $125,
cherry/glass
display table, $20.
Call 576-6471 or 757-0487
4, ELINA Sewing Machine
T Star Series, $100,
\JL^ call 220 -0340
4, FOR SALE. MEMORY
/ FOAM TOPPER,
J oil drum, Noreico
electric razor,
smoker, bowling ball,
set of golf clubs &
more. Please call
904-771-2917

920 Business/

CONFERENCE
TABLES GALORE!
Conference Tables Galore
Loads of Conference Tables in stock
Starting At Only $149
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400

922 Colleetables

4, Maple wood custom
kitchen cabinet doors,
V [/ some draws top-line
hardware, $250,
French wood doors, $100
each 576-2251
4, RING-Cold feet, no
. wedding, beautiful
| engagement ring.
Never worn. Helzherg
Diamonds, excellent con-
dition asking $2600 obo,
after 5p, 904 277 3778

925 Computers


SHP- Computer with
monitor, keyboard,
mouse, printer,
612-9998

a PRINTERS- (2) Epson
740 and HP Office Jet
L600, both $25,612- 9998


928 Electronics
4 BAND -PASS speaker
Sbox, 2 JBL Ics, 1000
10" 1000 watts, peak,
500 watts rms, punch
100z, built in x-over
2 channel amp. All in
excellent condition, call
904 -588 -4902, asking $125
4 GMC 4x4 '93
SXcab, 3" lift, dvd
audio system, runs
& looks good. Pwr
windows, alarm $4600
OBO 912 673 6541
S HDTV- 60 in.
Philips, $1600,
t call 904- 591-5760
HDTV- Samsung
S projection TV,
1 under warranty-
excellent condi-
tion, $1000 obo,
838-4099/278-8968
a Mercury Digital
SCamera- in box, with
4 5 effective megapix-
els, $40, 612-9998


928 Electronics

PS2 with 3 controllers,
15 ft. extension,
ij\ multi- tap, 8 games,
and memory card.
612 -9998
Sharper Image
SFuturo 3- CD stereo
I /AM/FM, really cool,
cd's visible $200
firm. Can e-mail photo
278-8219
amystew@bellsouth.net
a TELEVISION-
Sony 32 $100,obo
904-2133444
TV- Sony 27"
encased in oak,
$200,292- 4099/
742-7851

940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

AC UNIT -Tempstar, 3.5
ton AC pkg until w/heat
pump, $600 obo. Call
Joe at 887-5608

Q94 Garage
-*,, Sales

4 ARGYLE- Chimney
SLakes, 8516 Ban-
AL. dera Circle East.
Moving Sale Sat-
urday, 7-noon, furni-
ture, household items,
clothes, toys, etc.
904-542-5304
Arl. Clifton Sat. only 8-3
antiques, furn, quality
adult cithg, bikes, fish-
ing rods, a variety of
items. 5354 Weller Ave.
CALLAHAN -4 fam sale, 4
wheelers, Coca-Cola
Cooler cart furn, misc
HH, 54472 Sheffield Rd.

Sat 8am- ?
ICW Fri 8-2; 13525 Stone
Pond Dr,Wolf Creek sub
L Stone Pond 497-3067
ICW -Timber Ridge
Comm garage sale, Sat
8-1, on Beach Blvd
betw Kernan & St.
Johns Bluff on Sans
Parell St. 642-3660
JAX- Garage sale,
Mar. 18, 8- la, 2163
SFresco Dr. @
220/209, every-
thing must go, boys
bike, window a/c unit,
sect. sofa.
washer/dryer,
futon bunk etc.
MIDDLEBURG -Huge
Sale. All must go, Sat
8-5, 4126 Bronco Rd.
Jh MIDDLEBURG-
/ MOVING SALE!
i '|Sat. April 1st, 8-2,2612
Sandy Hollow Dr. off
college Dr.
OP ANNUAL OAKWOOD
NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE
Sat. April 22, 8a .lp.off
Doctors Lake Dr./Moody
Look For Signs M!!
SOUTHSIDE Sat. 8-6;
3909 Grand Central Place
E. Everything must go!
WATERMILL -Interior
accents and fabric
samples 50 cents $1.
8120 Tuxlord Ln. Fri-Sat
8-3
WESTSIDE -Sat 8-5,
Womens X-3X clothes,
furn, dishes, & misc.
5131 Woodcrest Rd.
No Early Birds
SYard Sale: 1239
w Dancy Sat. 3/18,
i812 only: kids fur-
niture, clothes,
Baby, stuff, computer,
house hold items
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
Lawn

LAWN MONWER-
1 big wheel, 6.0 hp,
1 22' cut $75, RYOBI,
gas trimmer with
edger attachment,
$7500, set. Call 268-1384
SMTD 38" 25ohp
| riding lawn mower
With grass bagger.
b Runs great, $600
obo, 912-882-2858
4 PUSH MOWER 20",
edger, weedwacker,
blower, pressure
washer. $25 each,
call 220 -0340
SSNAPPER 5 hp, 21"
B | mower, $65, gas
w edger, $6S, self
propelled 4.5 hp
mower, $75, boys 20"
bicycle, $10, 781-6222
Troy- Bilt Tiller, 6 h.p.
S|2-speed, with reverse
Srear tires with fur-
rower attachment,
$450 obo, call offer
4pm, 291-1044

955 Household
955 Furniture

4 ARMOIRE. Never
Sued Collezione
I Europa Flawless,
90" tall, 58" wide,
24" deep, $1000 obo,
fits, up to 36" tv,
904-287-4159
4 Armoire never used
I Coilezione Europa
- Flawless 90'tall 58"
wide 24" deep $1000
OBO fits up to 36" Tv.
904.287- 4159
,a BDRM SET-qn size,
Solid oak, bdrm set w/
S2 dressers, mirror, and
nightstand, 1 yr. old,
asking $2k obo, call
912-467-3915
BED $100 QN box & matt
new, in plastic w/warr.
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic398-5200 can del
BED $155 ON PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $379 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic w/
warr 398-5200 can deliv
Bed $ 79- $395
'05 Closeouts
All sizes New Sets
Memory Qn $475. Best
Price in Jax 334-8573
BED A Brand Name

NEW, with warranty
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Brand name Kg pill
top SET. $299. New, w/
warr. Can del. 398-5200
4, Bed Child's Oak Twin
- / captain bed w/ four
S1 drawer storage and
bookcase headboard.
Excellent used condition,
$200,90- 777-1167
4, BED- Little Tykes red
| race car, bed fits twin
\r mattress like new
condition, will mail
pics, 685-2525
4, BED- Metal
I twin, bottom furl
mattress enclosed,
used two months. Call
PAT 904-403-4869,
leave message
4, BED-qn sz,
/ dresser, mirror,
V I r night stand, mat-
tress, boxspring.
rails, headboard,
footboard, oak con-
temporary Amelia
Island, $95, 491-7996
4 Bedroom Set,
/ Chest of drawers,
| full size mattress,
boxspring, frame
adn headboard hardly
used, 904- 277- 8205, $325


I Spring Cleaning
Warehouse Sale!
4 Drawer Chests Frm$79
Sofas & Chair $2981
25" Color TV's From $99 I
3 Rml8Pc Condo Pkg$998|
2 Piece Queen Bed $199"
COURT CLEARANCE
0 CENTER
S(04)396-9000 I

BEDROOM SET-(2)
dresser mirror,
night stands, oak,
Soff white color,
Queen size, asking
$450 obo, 291.2388/
cell 864-1515
4 Bed sheets (twin),
bedsklrt, comforter
$50, night stand $8,
221 -6794
BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395. 858-9350 Can deliv
SBED-Waterbed,
frame and head
S board, king size,
excellent condi-
tion, asking $70, Home,
291-2388/ cell 864-1515
4, BUNKBED. Metal
Asset, top twin bot-
Stom, full mattress
included, 2 months.
Call Pat 904-403-4869.
Leave message
SComputer desk,
$40, console color
S TV 27", $50,
912-729-4685


955 Household
S Furniture

4, CABINETS
S 2 pieces, solid
china cabinet$350.
Computer desk,
formica top,
$25, call 268-1384
a COUCH- 8 foot,
recovered full seat
l cushion, great shape,
can be used as a
sleeper, 612-9998
a COUCH BED-
3 piece sectional.
S Love seat/ recliner
blue. Asking $1000
or best offer contact
@ 904- 375- 2931
4 COUCH/foyer tble,
125, upright lamps,
S10 each, Curio Dis-
play tables, $25 each,
vacuum cleaner, '
$50,26426814
4 DESK-Executive
solid cherry wood.
1 $400,215-2310 or
219-2075
4, DESK-rolltop, w/chair,
$475, patio table, w/4
chairs, $75, Brent-
wood Rooker, $125,
32"x8' entry door, 264 -6814
SDesk- youth with hutch
S& chair, $50 uphol-
Sstered, swivel rocker,
Green pattern $75,
Linda 783-0197
DR TABLE-& 6 chrs,
Beautiful cherry, glossy
finish, like new, $695
obo. Buffet $150 obo.
269-5185
4, Ent. Center-
S Cherry Wood,
center glass door,
solid shelves, fits
36" TV paid $1200,
asking $600 obo,
904=213-3444
a o ENTERTAINMENT
m CENTER- Oak, 6
SI pcs, accommodates
free standing, TV's,
up to 65" $600 obo,
838- 4099/278 8968
a Entertainment
Center- 3 pieces,
solid oak, $375,
call 268-1384
4 Formal Dining Set
SW/2 piece lighted
tlI hutch six chairs,
excellent cond.,
new walker, Thomas
Kinkaid umbrella, new.
Call 693-4452
d LITTLE TYKES
WAGON w/ door,
| $30, Fisher Price
farm with Animals,
$10, leap frog phonics
desk, $25, call
904-322-6807
NURSERY FURNI-
STURE- sleigh crib,
S changing table,
Sdutaller glider and
ottoman, originally
over $1100, asking $450.
Many accessories.
904-303-2512

SOAK ENT. CENTER -
60"xS53" hightv
opening 37" x 28",
oak and glass doors,
$75, 278 -4385
4, Queen Mattress and
V used, 2 months, paid
S$400, asking $300 obo,
call Dave. 588 3022
SSofa bed queen,
| microfiberm suede,
p ersimmon, 1-year
o d$675,904 215 6835
SOFA BED Queen
size chair two
coffee table, big
table, maroon
color, top glass, asking
$400, 294 2388 864 1515
SSOFA-love seat,
pastel color, good
condition,
asking 291 2388,
cell 864 1515
Sofa, plaid,
Gray blue beige,
extra long,
excellent cond.
$350, 904-260-2086
S SOFA- plaid
gray/blue/beige
I extra long excel-
lent, condition,
$350, 904-260-2086
S SOFA. plaid,
gray/blue/beIge,
extra long, excellent
cond., $350.26)-2086
a BASSETT king size
sleigh bed with
mattress and box
sping. Light cherry
wood, $400, 219-2075 or
215-2310

960 Machinery
JDv & Tools

AIR COMPRESSOR-
S6hp, 30 gal,$190, and
many tools &
accessories,
call 912-882-9388 for
more info. $450 obo
4 Craftsman 10
SStationary radial
V arm saw, model
315.220100,2 yrs
old, excellent cond,
work top, mobile stand
& and extra, "new" parts
included, $350 obo,
904-251.5161
Doewalt 18v combo
Spack, jig-saw, 1/2
drill, circular saw,
Reey Saw, Goose Neck
Lite, batteries charger, $325
(eve's) 247 9532
WATER heater, new,
30 gallon, $100,
!fCraftsman drill press
$150, large two wheel
wheel barrel, $45, 246-4461

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527

980 Sporting

SBMX- (2) 20 inch,
S boys bicycles,
X$ I 21 great shape,
call Paul 620-9387

/ Treadclimber TC
I 5000, brand new,
V $1700 obo.
292-4894,742-7851
Pool Tables $1295
Solid Maple $1895
1" slate New 334-8573
www.westwoodbilliards.com
4, Telelphone- AT7T
i | cordless, 5.8 GHZ.
S1 With answering sys-
tem, talking caller .D.
call waiting & more.
Nice $40.268-2482
4, Tipperman 98, custom
S| paintball gun, 20 oz.
"| co2, 2 barrels, 2 pods,
hopper mask, all you
need, $200 obo, 564-4258
a TOAST- R- OVEN-
I Black & Decker. Timer,
will bake a 9 inch pie,
-- great condition, $25,
268-2482
4, TREADMILL
| Space saver, $150,
\JL/ call 268-1384
4, ZEAGLE RANGER
/ LTD, BCOD with rip,
1 cord system and
scuba pro, inte-
grated octo like new,
$650,904- 864- 6200






Pets and


Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies



10 05 Livestock
1UUJ & Supplies

HEREFORD CATTLE -Reg.
Heifers, bred or open
912-614-2671
Training & Exercise Equip
Wide Selection
550 Saddles in stock!
See us and Save!
www.horseandkenneLcom
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
10965E.18TH ST 354-7634

1010 Pets &
Supplies

AM. BULLDOGS
-CKC,pups,
267-1229
AQUARIUM KIT -
S 5 gallon tank,
k includess cover with
light, pump, filter,
and water heater,
$25. 268-2482


1010 pets &
1010 supplies


Aquarium
55 Gallon 4
Stand, filters, every-
thing! All accessories,
great condition $150.
Call 234P0278







Bassett Hound Puppies
T/Color, Shots, H/cert,
$350. 879-6386
4 BEAGLE/HOUND
FREE- tricolor,
ki /male, neutered
supplies included,
family looking
for a good home.
Serious inquiries,
please 904 -821-7670
BEARDED COLLIE PUPS,
AKC. Accepting Dep.
now. $700. 904-276-0426
BICHON AKC M/$600.
F/$700; CKC-M/$500,
F/$600; 912-826-5172
BOXER PUPPY. Fernm
shots, papers, comp
chip ID. $1000. 509-4709
BRITTANYS -AKC pups
Males, $300
850-997-5805
4 Carrier. extra large
pet carrier, beige,
S excellent
condition. $35,
904- 821- 7670

SCAT- free to good
4 home. Decawed.
SComes with all her
stuff, 3 yo, call
904-476-4132
4 CAT- Orange, Free
Shto good home, 2 yr
L old male, all shots,
904-291-3133
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
APRI, Blenheim, 1F/3M
8wks, $1500, Gorgeous,
Shots/HC 386-439-2062
CHOW CHOW PUP, Fern,
AKC, 11wks, good
disposition. 386-792-2818
COCKER PUPS, ch. sire,
AKC, POP w/current eye
exams, BIk & tan, Slvr,
Buff, 8wks. $500-$800
384-4355/868-7591
Dachshund SH Mini Pup
Fern. Red Dapple
Microchipped, $500
cash. 904-449-4267
FERRETS 1M/1F, 1.5y/o,
$250 w/accessories.
904-472-4479
S'Fish Tank- 55 gal-
l Ion, cherry wood
V | color w/ pump adn
fish top included,
call 904 77& 2464
FREE TO A LOVING HOME
2 Dachshunds 1 red,1
Dapple, 2 yrs must stay
together 904-228-7568.
GERMAN SHORT HAIR
POINTERS AKC, Helped
Jan 16th '06, Parents
are working plantation
guide dogs, puppies are
Roan, Patched & Ticked,
3M, $500. 229-941-2652 or
229-891-1742,
GERMAN SHEPHERDS.
M/F Both less than 2yrs.
Paper; HithRec $350eat
o:r both $600 221 07J8
GREAT DANE PUPS llwks
AKC & CKC. BIk 'Wh. I
$800. 352-235 2897
IRISH SETTER. Male.
9n-.' AKC. $Ou 00OBO
292 30.0 or 651 .9610
LABAKC,Bla,: I, .:.
bi:,c5knead., ii h-/e s.
F $200 4t-761-019J
LAB AKC. r.h.te pup;
beau irul. o irU an
bulksI 1- sl h r-,
1.vorm5 health and hit
Q9u r e'. U o 1?-' H "' .
LABPUPS 10lI_ AKC.
Cnc., Eng -ile Clhna_-
HC, 1M/2F. 386-963-2520
or 386-688-4876. $400
LAB PUPS AKC $350.
Black, taking dep
904-838-5459, 259-2448
MALTESE PUPS AKC,
Males e cepl on l.S0i
Casn only 904J,79-6531
MINI CHIHUAHUA PUPS
CKC. 8Seks. 5 W $250&
uD Ve-l / 912 .35f-23Si
PIT BULL PUPS ADBA
Old School Bloodlines.
Beautiful markings.
Look at the rest, go with
the best. 904-635-3319
SHELTIES -AKC, all ages
all colors, $350-up
786-7424 483-6773
SHIH-TZU CKC PUPPIES
males/females, S/W,
904-214-4257/406-0144
STUD SERVICE
German Rottweiler, great
disposition, looking for
fern German Rottie
268-0004 or 610-5756
TOY POODLES Parties,
blacks, chocolates. Shil
Tzu 374-6177
WOLF HYBRIDS M/F Hith
Cert. POP, $650. 386
328-2512 904-525-4379
YORKIE -5 fern, $1000ea
M $800, 8wks. Jax, F
Call 706-975-5810
YORKIE PUPS ACA, 9wks
1F/$850,1M/$750. HC,
shots. 904-225-2380
YORKIES
Beautiful! $1000 up,
904-291-1829; 614-2995







Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
BAYLINERS MAXUMS Etc.
wanted any model or
cond, 463-2337
13' Gheenee with 6HF
Johnson, trailer $1600.
good cond. 514-7978
14' Boston Whaler 01'
/ Dauntless like new
i1 condition, galvanized
trailer, live jewel JHF,
fishfinder, rod holders,
904 -803 -9843, $12K
15' Sportster Jet Boat "04
155hp. 4Tec, w/tower,
50mph, closed loop
cooling, like a rabbit, 4
cyc, 67.4 hours, under
warranty, $13,000. obo.
Call Joe 904-273-8633
4, 16ft, Aluminum
/ | Lowe Jon boat,
Evf 1985,75 hp,
Evinrude outboard
motor, 1983, 50hp,
Johnson outboard,
1971, $2K obo,
904-744-1794


16' Skeeter Bass
Boat 89',
S 2 livewells, new
carpet, 70hp,
Yamaha Hummingbird
electronics, $3000 obo,
call chris 904 625- 6257
17.5 Hydra Sport c/c
93' .150 hp, $7500, t/m,
batteries, fish finder,
galvanized trailer,
cover, coast guard equipt,



warranty, extras.
$16,500 obo,
904-422-3113
2002 Chaparral 230 SSI
Bowrider, Mercruiser
5.0, very low hours,
stainless prop., dual
batteries, depth finder,
compass stereo/cd
player, enclosed porta
portie, swim platform
w/ladder. snap in car-
and cockpit cover, cus-
tom mooring cover,
automatic fire ext.,
excellent condition,
includes Majic Tilt
trailer, $26,000
904-535-5300
22FT. BLAZER BAY #2220,
bay boat, '03, 200hp
Yamaha Vmax, Jack
plate, dual axle, alum
trlrgps, Bimini, $23,995.
Call 287-8699


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1205 Boats
23FT DONZI Cuddy Cabin,
88, 6hrs on reblt eng,
$11,500. Call 874-8502
or 282-8505
25 foot regal bow-
Srider, 2001, Volvo
I 537 liter, engine,
fishing package.
Full canvas, immacu-
late, must seel! $35,900,
237-5064
25' Stamas -CC, 225
Yamaha, new bimini
top, Garmin elect,
windless, exc cond, low
hrs, $16,800 699-8207
4. 17 ft. Monarch w/
Strailor, 115 hp, 4 stroke
Sjohnson needs floor
boards, and transum
work, runs great, $2k obo,
call RICH, 912-322-8067
4 Building form for 8
foot punt. Hard chine
S!plywoed construction.
$30 will deliver,
278-0106
JEEP WRANGLER 89',
S runs great, food
condition, 2 inch lift,
large tires, sound bar.
$4k call 757-1473
JET SKI -Yamaha 92'
wave runner III, new
Bo I engine, trailer
included, call
912-882-6444, $1200 firm.
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
1215Boat Dockage
1 & Rentals

Fisherman's Marina @
Trout River. Now renting
wet slips. 30 to 50ft+
Call Charles 904-764-7022

1230 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
ALINER EXPEDITION '05
All opt's, AC, used only
4x's. $12Kneg. 571-8795
AUTO+RV AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
April 15 @ 10 am. See ad
under auctions.
ESCAPER ULTRA SPORT
'89 in great shape,
sleeps 6, low mi, AC,
stove, frige, bth,
$10,000. Call 291-0685
Fiberstream 14' Camper
Tandem whls, very It.
wt., fridg, AC w/all accs.
$3100obo. 349-2211
FLEETWOOD Colonial
Pop-up. '05- AC. htr,
toilet, $7500. 743-3338
Fleetwood Niagra
l | Pop-up '04 Too
I many options to
list $10,000 firm.
N.A.D.A $11,200plus. Ph
641-5093
FRANKLIN 5TH WHEEL
'06, fiberglass, triple
slide out, 2bdrm, WD,
sleeps 8, every opt.
MusfseI, $30WKOBO.
850-590-7532


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MUST BE SOu 1325 Auoniolive
REGARDLESS OF I4I
PROFT 0IRT LO'^ T ACURA INTEGRA
93 Modified
tl)'L racing mlr. rrans
Gone. Has a set of
*In ntoryfmurstoresl-allat 16" Bella Rims and a set
1 convenient localit -of 15" Stock Rims.
10 Million D0ollar RV Surplus Luxury seats. $650obo
Nation's 1 Selling RVs 673-9176/674-0498
Factory Rebates & 0 money down c ACURA TL '04
ill'3-1i 0 ei4 ,1 l ]'aii A '.ut' PL. P0 i. PW.LT
$27.900
GORDON CHEVROLET
S -^ UQUHIAV'_ 904-272-2200
RMGPr--K.N-,.L0 (7 ACURATL 03
SORANGE PARK KENNEL CLUB (z) E ,: m, es. CD.
Take 1-25i. Ei 10 to 455 MPlA. sunroof. $1 .490
!to 55,RA IFe LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

O ACURA TSX '04
SOY HOWLER S, Leather, sunroof,
5th whl sleeps 6, 5.5
S<\ kwgen,loaded, $30k, CD, white. $19,900
stayingat Eagle LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HammockRV Park, 998-0012
607-43S.0538 '\AUDI A4 SEDAN '03
4 Trail Lite 26ft h 1.8 Turbo, 5spd
STravel Trailer 2003,
it Excellent condi- $20,980
S tion, ket covered, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$14,00Oobo. 998-0012
912.882-4899 fy')!: AUDI TT QUATrRO
1300 Motorcycles V '01. Fully
1300 Motorcycles equipped. $18,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
I BMW 2003 Motorcycle, 998-0012
S R-115-RT0 BMW 318-5-spd, 96k
immacu te, c miles, red $11,000
am/fm/cd/xm,24k call Barbara 612-6646
S miles, all main records,
$10,800, 407-380-5213 /t7 BMW 3251'06. Like
B Buell Blast Vanee ,L: new, only 3000
& Hines, 02' pipes, miles. $34,480
h00 ccn cmiless, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
garaged only $3200, 998-0012
call 90 3824- 89906 / BMW 330CIC CONV
c For Sale or Trade for Shif '04. Extra low
Boat 2003 Buell Blast miles. $36,880
500cc, 4788 miles, runs LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
great,needs nothing. nt-0012
Call 904-386-1228 998-001
Harley 2001, BMW MINI COOPER '02
custom screaming Blue/White Gray Interior
Eagles, lug ge Manual Shift 19K Fun Ca

only3600 miles, $8000 1-80-323-5795
obo, 912- 882-6788 BMW Z4 3.0 '05
C Harley 2005, 883XL, z D Only 9K miles,
S sportstar owe power top. $39,995
j i $7755, all riding LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
gear included, plus 998-0012
bas, ramp straps, call 998-0012
Kevin 912-576-4112 o Buick Century 03',
SHARLEY DAVIDSON I14000 mi, $11,000,
S2003, Sofrail Deuce, 89 L' 904 -387-3015
V | > excellent condi-
mtion, 3400 miles, /~~CADILLAC DEVILLE
quick release leather 9 '04. Pearl white.
bagsaragekept U S Beautiful. $20,990
16,50 Mhael 542S9670 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
or 264-2850 998-0012
4 Harley Davidson
S '00 Road King. /iCADILLAC DEVILLE
-1i pearl white, 32,000 '05. Fully
miles, great price, equipped. $24,980
$12,500, CalS 249-1611 or LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
993-1665 998-0012
4, Harley Davidson 98'
SCustomized Sportster, /7"\CADILLAC DEVILLE
looks and runs great, 9 '03. Pearl white,
drag bars, pipes gas one owner, like
tank w/ dashboard, new. $18,995
$5500 neg. 705-6466 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, HARLEY DAVIDSON 998-0012
02' 883c, blk, 5700mi,
1* lots of chrome, x-tra Cadillac Seville- 97'
solo seat ssbar, SS, loader, leather,
bra drag pipes, $ -0, j garaged, 92K miles,
DEAN 904 -997-1289 excellent condition,
must see, $8600 obo,
P 4 HARLEY DAVIDSON 00' Mayport area, 445 8370
Road King, excellent C A..E0
ip condition, 4700 miles, CHEV CAVALIER A 03
priced tosell, $13,500. 4DR AUTO AC CD $7500
Call Mike 298.2077, GORDON CHEVROLET
days 955-7119 904-272-2200
4. HARLEY DAVIDSON 01' CHEV IMPALA LS '03
S1200 Sportster, 8915 PL, PS, PW, PM $13,900
-1, ml, black w/red pin GORDON CHEVROLET
l stripes, looks & runs 904-272-2200
like new. Windshield, H.D.
S Dyna sear with back rest. CHEV MALIBU LS '03
rear pegs, engine guards PL,PM,PW,REMOTE CC
andluggage rack. $8900
r $7500,610- 6062 GORDON CHEVROLET
4 HD Softail Stan- 904-272-2200
dard 03', 100th CHEVROLET
Anniversary edi- .r CORVETTE '03
tion, 13,500 miles,
windshield backrest, 40th Anniversary
luggage rack, foot- Convertible. speed,
boards, engine guard, every option available.
$14,500,424 0424 $32,840
HD SOFTTAIL STANDARD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'03, Anniv. Ed. 6K mi, 998-0012
$3000 in upgrades,
including: windshield & (,\ CHEVROLET
eagle pipes w/stage (9) CORVETTLE'02
one kit & travel bag, gar White, only 30,000
kept, $13,900. Call miles.Showroomcond.
342-0361 miles. Showroom cond.
$30,990
HD SPORTSTER 883'01 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Vivid bik, woman owned 998-0012
saddle bags & wind 998-0012
shield, new tires, just CHEVYCAVALIER'05.4dr
svc'd, always dealer very clean low miles,
svc'd. All records on must sell fast. $99mo
hand. Garage kept wac.Calltoday 771-9100
$5700; 904-583-0057
0 ond M a 96 CHEVY CAVALIER '00
Honda Magna 96' 2DR, AUTOMATIC, MNRF
red, corbin sear, $4500
4 HWY pegs, low GORDON CHEVROLET
mileage, call
612-1878,$3500 904-272-2200
Kawasaki 2002 ZZR1200, CHEVY IMPALA '05.20"
17kmi, VG cond., Givt wheels, must sell fast.
cases (3), Corbin seat. $298mo wac. 771-9100
Genmar risers. $7200 CHEVY MONTE
obo, 904. 260-4914 aft 6. CARLO 86'
SKawasaki 2X-7R, built M/ n4.3 runsqgreat,
K2show,abail for needs TL, $500
2 show, built for firm call 783 9210.
S speed, never raced, firnel 78pm
wrecked, or stunted, ater 7 pm
8k miles, $6000 obo, Chevy Monle Carlo
564-4258 86 4.3 runs great,
Oldsmobile Silhou- TL 7 TC.$S00. afimer4
ette Van '00 Silver, 783 9210, after 4pm
'i) 6300mi, new tires, CHRYSLER SEBRING LXI
all leather, elec, ,'J JI r ..--r, i.-,.. mi.
loaded, $7,995 3 i,-,,, .' -. I u,)
904- 220- 7886
POLARISTRAILBLAZER( 5 CHRYSLER300C
S2005,5ltilt0trailor5Wnle/an
4 10 bra of rlde time roof. $28,995
buying let skis, $4K LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
obo, call RICH 912-322-8067 998-0012


1300 Motorcycles
SRevTec 100C.I. 05'
Custom chrome.
Contact Kevin.
$13K obo, 220-2801
Kevinh7881.comcast.net for
pictures and info.
SSportster 2001,
XL 1200 c, low
miles, lots of
extra chrome,
excellent, blue/ silver,
$8500 obo 912-674-4453
SUZUKI DR350 '95, street
legal, $2300; POLARIS
700 sportsman, $4800.
Call 757-9317
SUZUKI S40 -2005
Original owner, only 415
mi, white, helmet/bike
cover. $3200 firm. Must
See! Please call
904 -553 -6146
SUZUKI VULCAN CLAS-
SIC '00 Won't last.
$2990. Call 389-7700
Yamaha 2000, V-Star,
S black, 8265 miles,
't Isaddlebags, highway
bar, sissybar,
Clymer manual Included,
$4000 obo, 904- 777- 2850
YAMAHA V-STAR, 650
S 1999, gar. kept 4k
and extras, must see!
612-9998
FAST CA$H
FOR USED BIKES
JAX POWERSPORTS
641-5320

1310 Auto Parrts
S FORD Winstar
towing
ti package, asking
$75, 291-2388,
cell 864-1515
& NERF BARS -Chrome
Pulled off, 2005 z71
N $275 obo, call
912-882-9388, Chrome
bedrail bars, $75 obo
S Rims & Tires from
05' Dakota. 16x8,
i > 5xs,5 bolt pattern.
p255/65R16
Goodyear Eagle IS.
SSoOmiles,
$400,904-422-3113
S TEHL Tow Dolly with
Elec brakes 2003T car
tow ideal for RVing,
$500 obo, 563-5337
4, TIRES & ALLOY
/ |rims for mustang, 2
I new Yokohamm
p205/65 RS15 and 2
VGC tires and rims,
mounted & balanced.
$175 firm. 703-4448
S TIRES- Goodyear
i, Wrangler AT/S
i- 275/7017 set of 4
With aluminum
wheels. $900 obo,
call 904-246-1911

1320 Antiques/
132 Classics

SCHEVROLET COR-
SVETTE 70'- stin-
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PBA.Two


1325 Automotive

I) CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'05 Don't hesitate!
$10,990 Call 389- 7700
CHRYSLER SEBRING '06
Loaded. Hurry! $11,990
Call 389-7700
CHRYSLER
SEBRING SEDAN
'03 LXI. Leather,
CD, moonroof. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
DODGE NEON RT 00. Very
clean, very fast. $4288.
Call now 771-9100
& FordCouteur 2000
Stinted windows,
k |,83k miles, black/cd
player & cd
changer, clean Int,
$4000 obo, 904-497-9045
Ford Escort 98',
52k miles, 4 door
S manual, great
condition, $4000
obo, call 904- 372- 9029,
must sell
FORD FOCUS '02
Save your money! $4990
Call 389- 7700
0- FORD Freestar
mini-van. 2004,
| excellent condi-
tion/maintenance,
original owner, below
book for quick sale,
$10,600, 904- 282- 5452
4, Ford Ranger '99
SXLT Super 4D, v6,
l4.0L, 5spd, 4wd,
ABS (4W) Towing
package, AM/FM/CD
alloy wheels, A/C, bed
liner, new clutch, new
brakes, $8,000 obo. Call
Andy 912-729-1315 or
912-227-1997
FORD TAURUS SE '06
Beige on Beige, 18K, Low
Miles, Auto, PW, PL,
Inexpensive Luxury
$13,645
ASH TISDELLE
1.800-323-5795








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& HONDA ACCORD
S2002, EX 4DR, 3.0L,
L XV 6,4sp AT leather,
Sainted, loaded, new
tires, EC, non smoker
owned, beautiful,
maintained,
904 491 7996
HONDA ACCORD EX L '00
Auto,. PL. FPM. PS PWV LT
10.900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
SHONDA ACCORD
a EX '05. Leather.
V6. CD. $23.80
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ HONDA ACCORD
E EX V6 '04 Fully
Equipped $20,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ M HONDA ACCORD
9 dEX '04. Leather, CD
sunroof. $18,999
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Honda Accord EX,
M 2000, V6, leather,
r loaded, 52K new tires,
cd, cassette, moon-
roof, $12,300,912-576-5281
HONDA CIVIC '97
Red, Charcoal Interior,
Low Miles For the Year
89K, $5,.765
ASH TISDELLE
1-800-323.5795
4 HONDA CIVIC LX
SAutomatic, excellent
< condition, $8500 (obo)
call 904- 745-9011 or
904-463-4110
/ i NFINITI G35
X SEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
leather, CD, sunroof
$24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/T LINCOLN TOWN
CAR CARTIER '03
Like new, Sky Blue
$20,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA 3'04. Very low
miles, AC, very clean.
Won't last long at
$198mowac. 771-9100
f' yI MAZDA RX8 '04
S Charcoal, leahter,
CD, priced to sell
$19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES BENZ E320 '03
Silver, grey Leather,
Panorama Roof, 23K,
$39,985
ASH TISDELLE
1.-800-323-5795
MERCEDES BENZ E320 '02
Blue Gray Interior,
Excellent Condition
S25.655
ASH TISDELLE
1-800-323-5795
MERCEDES BENZ E320 '99
Silver. 60K. Exceptional
Car, Drives Great, $18,485
ASH TISDELLE
1-9800323`5795
Mercedes 300 "84 turbo
diesel, runs good $750.
obo. 904-743-0449
4, MERCEDES E 320
i 2001, perfect con-
I edition, silver, 18%,
Chrome wheels,
$22,900, 904-955-9570,
ask for steve view
NAS JAX lot
4- Mercedes E-320 01'.
$2300, 72k miles, 18"
| chromee wheels7 silver,
perfect condition,
904-955-9570 ask for Steve
MERCURY Sable SW '99,
1 owner, loaded. $4200.
Call 491- 0940
4, MGB 73', MGB-GT
i 72', MGB needs
i work, GT is parts
car both for $1000,
call Jeff 277-8783/8161
(7V MINI COOPER '05
'Sc' Only 2000 miles.
$20,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '03
Convertible. Sun & Fun!
$13,990. Call 389-7700


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MINI COOPER S '04, 36K
mi, super charged,
6spd, red/white
w/white stripes, white
8 spoke wheels, Har-
mon Kardon stereo
30mpg, 4 new Pirelli
tires, super car lots of
fun, 60yr old owner
$22,500 obo. Call
262-6627
Mitsubishi Eclipse GS,
S 99', Spyder convert-
S ible, 98k miles, exec.
condition, new tires,
must sell, $7300 obo,
904-386-8154
4. NISSAN 1996, green,
pickup, stick shift, it
has approx. 105,886
miles. Valued at:
$4435, but settling for $4000.
Tow hitch & cruise control,
a/c & heat. Interior excel-
lent condition. Exterior is in
good condition. A/m, f/m
radio cassette. One owner.
if Interested please
contact Dawn McLean at:
SS- 816- 7372 to make
arrangements to
look at truck.
NISSAN MAXIMUM SE '92
TOTALLY RELIABLE, sunrf
Vrt tires, brks, eng. & Int.
2800obo. 904-398-8182
4, Nissan Quest 3.5 S
/ minivan $21,500
4, 1 obo, 26,147 ml,
904-724-3722
(V NISSAN SENTRA
'05. 0nly 7000
miles. $13,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX '04
Very low miles, must
sell fast! Call 771-9100
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE SE
'04 LEATHER, PS, PL, PM,
PW $14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Pontiac Grand Prix SE
'9 7-Looks good. Call
379-0370 or 654-5937.
Only $3588
4, PT CRUISER 02',
38K miles, perfect
condition $12K,
Sought from
Carmax Call Jake,
904-505-9242
SATURN LS2, 2000
Heated leather
Seats, 6 cyl, cruise,
Stinted, windows,
sunroof, KBB, $8400.
Sell $7900.735- 3313
SATURN L200 '03
Why wait? $8990
Call 389-7700
X SPITFIRE 1977-
S| numbers match,
j body true, being
restored, runs new,
batter cover, tires, soft
and hard top, $2500,
904-704 8872
Subaru Legacy L Wagon 1997
Clean, 62500 mi, one owner,
all maint records, $4500 neg
904-899-9243 week days
SUZUKI AERIO '02
32,000 miles. Hates gas!
$5990. Call 389-7700
(7\ TOYOTA AVALON
\f XLS '02. Leather,
CD, sunroof, fully
equipped. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY '02
Blue w Grey Cloth, One
Owner, $14,350
Ash Tsdielle
1-800-323-5795
TOYOTA CAMRY XLE '03
Very clean, need to sell
fast $14,800. 771-9100
TOYOTA CAMRY' 00. Very
clean, low miles $8995
Must call now 771.9100
(4V7 TOYOTA CAMRY
SXLE'02. Cham-
pagne/tan. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA SOLAR' 04 Very
clean, low mi, must sell
fast $18,988. 771- 9100
y\ TOYOTA SCION TC
L 05. Leather, CD,
sunroof, auto
$16,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SToyota Solara SLE
066, $22K obo,
S13,124 miles,
904-704-3722
Toyota Solara SLE
Coupe- 06' 13,127
miles. $22K obo,
904-704-3722
W TOYOTA SOLAR SLE
Scope 06', 13127 mi,
$22,000 o1o,
904-704-3722
VOLKSWAGEN CABRIO
S'01 GLX, Auto, Blue with
Beige Leather, Only 42K
$14,985
ASH TISDELLE
1-800-323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN CABRIO
'02 Blue, Convertible,
42K, Auto, AC, Nice, Great
Mileage, Beat the Gas
Prices. $13,950
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
(7\ VOLKSWAGEN
\S BEETLE TURBO
CONV '04. Leather,
CD, auto. $20,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VOLVO S40 '02,fully
loaded, 41K mi, green/
taupe $16,500 710-6145
www.autotrader.com
VOLVO S70 '98 LTHR, AC
sunrf, CD/Stero, pwr pkg,
whtie, gd cond, 112kmF,
$5800obo. 904-254-9465
VW BEETLE '03
Auto, Platinum Over
Black, Pretty Car, 25K,
$13,988
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795
VW JETTA GLS '01
Silver & black, AT,
Ssunrf, cold air,
asking $9600 obo,
55kmi, 904-710-1254
VW NEW BEETLE '05
Conyv., Blue, Auto, 10K
Miles, Ready To Go!
$20,785
Ash Tisdelle
1-800-323-5795
VW NEW BEETLE '04
Conv.. Silver. Grey Inte-
rior, Auto, 36K, Fun Drive,
$20,945
Ash Tisdelle
1-800-323-5795
VW NEW BEETLE GLS '03
Auto, Black With Tan,
Only $17,950
Ash Tisdelle
1-800.323-5795

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RIDES!

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1335 $2000 or Less

AUTO+RV AUCTION
for Special Olympics FL
April 15 @ 10 am. See ad
under auctions.
CHEVY CAVALIER "96 2dr,
160k ml, AC, good mech
cond $1175 obo 629 3375


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1335 $2000 or Less

4I transcurslon suspen-
< I. sion lift, off-raod
wheels +tires, rebuilt
motor needs carb work,
$2000, Jon 564-4258
Dodge Ram-
charger 89,
strong motor, tow
package, rust on wheel
wes,. $1800 obo,
Chris, 904- 625- 6257
TOYOTA PASEO 96'
only 68k miles,
S| needs front end
work, runs well,
$1000 obo call
904-434-6498
Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
-. Bronco 1978'
S38" Super Swamper's
l new motor, over 8k
invested, needs some
body work, $4000 obo,
RIC, 912 -882 -8606
( CADILLAC SRX '06
Pearl white, fully
equip, like new.
Only 9K miles. $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV BLAZER '04
CC, PL, PM, PW, MNRF
$14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVROLET
AVALANCHE'04
S Leather, fully
equipped. $23,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV S10 Pickup '99
Automatic, 6Cyl, $6900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV S10 PICKUP
S AUTOMATIC, AC, V6
$10,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO K2500
'02 Xcab PL, PM, PW, CC
$12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO K1500
'04 CC, LEATHER, PS, PL,
PM, PW $14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO C1500
'01 XCAB, LS, PW, PL
$13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADOC1500
'05 Reg Cab Auto V8
$16,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SUBURBAN '03
Leather, PS, PM, PW CC
$21,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '06
PS, PL, PM, PW, CC
$22,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
r904-272-2200
CHEVY BLAZER LT 01 4dr
very low mi, must sell
fast $8995.Call 771-9100


Trucks /
1340 Trailers /
SUV's
CHEVY TRAILBLAZER '04
PS, MNRF. PL. PM. PW
$18,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '05
EXT, PL. CC, PM, PW
$20,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
r Chevy 4x4 '92 New
r trans, all power,
cold A/C great
shape, never off
road, call 256-308-7791
or 904-270-8628
CHEVY BLAZER '01
Runs great, cruise
control, pwr steering,
pwr brakes electric
windows & locks, air
conditioning, all new
tires. Ready to go
anywhere you want.
Asking $10,000 obo.
772-8197 Leave a msg
SChevyPickup97',
Regular cab v 6 87K
miles, white, nice
$5500 obo Orange Park
904-272-7352
CHEVY PICKUP
T 1997, SWB ATAC
X Regular CAB V6, 87K
mlles, white, nice,
$5500, obo. Orange
Park, 904-272-7352
CHEVY SILVERADO '05
XCAB, PW, PL, PM, XM,
7K. $21,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SILVERADO C1500
'01 XCAB,PL, CC, PM, PW
$16,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SILVERADO K2500
'05 6.6 DIESEL, XCAB, LT
$38,500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY TAHOE- 99'
SLT 4WD, all leather,
runs great, looks
"m great, low miles,
mus sell, $5800 obo,
707-4647
CHEVY UPLANDER '03.
Very clean, very low mi.
$298mo wac. 771-9100
F DODGE RAM 1500,
2001'quad custom
wheels, Interior
liner, 44K miles,
$13,800, original owner,
exc. cond, 695-4292
FORD 450 Lariat '03 4x4
Dually Diesel 4 Door
Leather seats excellent
cond. 5th wheel hitch
all systems for hauling.
MERCURY Mountaineer
'04 Keystone 5th Wheel
great shape 2 slides
rear kitchen 626-8369
neg price
FORD ESCAPE XLT 05
Very low miles, must
sell fast! $210/mo wac
Wont last long 771-9100
FORD EXPLORER SPT
TRAK '05 2WD, AUTO,
PL, CC, PM, PW $19,200
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD EXPLORER '04
Silver, Auto Low Miles,
27K Eas Mles $16,985
1-800T323579SDELLE
1-800-323-5795


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD EXPLORER-
94' good Interior,
ody new
ttransmission and
tires $2000 obo,
call 291.0799
FORD EXP. XLT 03'
& CHEVY TAHOE 99'
lPkg deall Excellent
Condition, must
sell $29,000 for both.
707-4647
FORD EXPLORER
Sport Track, 6 cyl,
full power moon,
roof, very sharp,
leather, 6 cd, 88K, roof
rack, tonneau cover,
$10,900 obom
904-940-5230
FR. FORD EXPLORER
SSport Track, 6cyl,
fil power moon
.roof vers _hatpl
Leather, 6cd, 8BK, roof
rack, tonneau cover,
$10,900 obo,
904-940-5230
j FORD EXPEDITION
B FE.B.'04 Fully
equipped. $24,390
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4 FORD EXPLORER
97', V8, limited, 96k
ml, all leather, S cd
player, sunroof,
good conditions,
$5400,912-729-4915/
912-552-1388
FORD F150 Super Cab XLT
'99-4WD, 87Kml, 3" lift,
big tires, cust. rims,
runs & looks great.
$10,500. 904-704-8525
FORD F150 4WD '00
XCAB, FBED, KCC, PL, PM,
PW $17,400
SGORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
SFORD F-150 Supercab
01' runs great, looks
I great, PCSIng soon,
must sell, $10,200 obo,
call 904-361-8332
& Ford Ranger XIS
97' excellent cond.
Ata 6cyl ext. cab, 100k
miles, bed cover,
a/c, auto, all power,
$4950, obo, 912-882.- 6014
GMC SIERRA 2500 '00
Champagne. V 8, 42K,
Autom Long Wheel Base,
$11,685
ASH TISDELLE
1-800-323-5795
GMC YUKON
DENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$25,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
\ GMC YUKON SLT
\'4 '04. Ex low miles,
like new. $29,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CRV '99
One of a kind! $6990
Call 389-7700
HONDA CRV SE '05
Leahter, CD, sun-
roofl $18,999
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
y INFINITI QX56 '05
SNavigation DVD,
Fully Equip.44,680
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
JEEP COMMANDER
\fr '06 LTD. Fully
equipped, DVD,
1700 miles. $35,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
V JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '04
Limited V8 4x4, CD
Sunroof, leather $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ JEEP WRANGLER
LIMITED '04. Only
4000 miles. $20,280
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(7\l INFINTI 9X56 '04
Pearl white, fully
equipped. $38,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
y LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR '03
NAV., DVD, 4x4,
fully equipped. $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA TRIBUTE '04
6 Cyl., AT, AC, Cheap
SUV, Good Mileage 43K,
$15,888
Ash Tisdelle 800-323- 5795
MAZDA TRIBUTE '04
Grey on Gray, 43K Auto,
6 C, Clean SUVI 15,985
Ash Tisdelle
1-800,323-5795
& Mazda Tribute 05'
Stype-S, fully loaded,
J premium sound sys-
tem, 6-disc changes
side curtain, air bags,
$18,500 obo, 912- 674 0617
MITSUBISHI ENCEAVOR
'05. Very low mi, must
sell fast $298mo wac.
Call today 771-9100
NISSAN P/U '93, 5spd, air
76Kml, fiberglass topper.
exc cond, $3450. 573-3565
Nissan Pathfinder '97 4wd
almost new tires,exhaust
103k mi, good condition
$6500 obo. Call 333-5905
SSuburban 4x4,1989.
5.71 V-8, $2500 obo,
k 912-510-6365
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER' 02
Very clean, low miles,
must sell fast. $298/mo.
or $17,988 wac. 771-9100
( TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER '04
LTD Only 18,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA SEQUOIA
LIMITED '04. $299 down.
Call 389-7700
TOYOTA TACOMA '02,
dbl cab w/topper, 4cyl,
ac, pw, pi, town kg,
58K, $13,500. 591-5522
i TOYOTA TUNDRA
'03 LTD Access
Cab 4x4. Tonneau
cover, beautiful $22,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
SToyota Sequoia
SR5 '05, 12000
S miles, perfect
condition $30,500
912-882-4899

1345 Vans/Buses
CHEV VAN C1500 '02
CC, LEATHER, PS, PL, PM,
PW $24,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV VENTURE '03
LT, DVD, LEATHER
PS, PW, $15,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY CONV. VAN '0o
TV, VCP, Leather, Ride
and Travel, in Comfort
$10,988
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
V CHRYSLER TOWN
/ & COUNTRY '05
White/gray, fully
equipped. $16,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SConversion Van 02',
Must seel E-150,
S 38.441 Miles, TV, DVD,
new tires, rims, 1
owner ext. warranty
Call 553- 9546
Dodge Caravan Sport '02
Burgundy, Beige Interior,
Ready For Family Vaca-
tion 77K $9,685
ASH TISbELLE
1-800-323-5795
FORD WINDSTAR-
S2001 IX, mini van,
dual a/c, tint,
S5,100mi, hurry won't
last long, $6800,
904-894-7661/904-284 4969
& NISSAN quest, 3.5 S
minivan 05',
26147miles, $21,500
obo, 904-704-3722
SNISSAN QUEST
3.5 sMlnlvanO05'
26,147ml, $21,500 bo
904-704-3722
NISSAN QUEST SE'01
dual a/c, CD, Silver,
M int, $10,000
904-825-4376
PONTIAC MONTANA '03
PL, CC, PM, PW, REMOTE
.$8900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
TOYOTA SIENNA
'P04. Champagne/
tan, fully equipped
$21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
135l Miscellaneous
1350 Auto
Century Brand Fiber-
glass truck cap.
L (green) custom fit, 86
1/2-97, Nissan King
cab. excellent condition,
$100,904 434 0416
W. Rims & Tires- Red Five
spoke Camaro with
235/60 R1 Radials
good tread pics,
available, $100,
912-729-7244
YAMAHA BRUIN 04'
3 2wd, gc, $1900 obo,
Kyle, 904225-8043, cell
904- 588-3793


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'AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 BBninilnBlvi 77-5600


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Soutirdo Blvud 56~00ao


BENTLEY- ORLANDO
39' N Ruj alIl Reinan Blvm
Lr wodOrland u FI 407-3j9-4i


TOM BUSH BMW
9850l Atlinri, B ivd 7 -0I11


GARBER BUICK
Croon CLove sn,,', 26- 502
KEY BUICK
4661 S)uln:ie irod 64 2


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 utulidre Blvd 642-51 I
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
799, Brndir Blvd 778-i7-0
PARKER CADILLAC
283 Sir, Kin:, i SAmu] 84l-91Si1


COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Phiuifs Hwy 26&-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8l81 Morrill Ad 21 188rj
GARBER CHEVY
GreenrU CwSprirn',; 2t4-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 B.i ling Brd :72-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
:600 Pruliv Hny 398-30J6
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
.'1 i,:r, Brvd 249.8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Ci::ilAv K -.041


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 iuSi outri 34-'i
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 S iuuiih., ', Blvd ; 5; J O)
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
ll. WI ,ll R .69-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
ileein Cove Sirni, '64-2 f.
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 0cI 3 8!9
RCK KEFFER
i-.9ii 129 Fem8,Bn



ATL#ITIC DODGE
2330 uSi ',oI 354-4421
JAK( CARUSO
REGlCY DODGE
109'i9 A rilwid 642-5600
GARDEN DODGE TRUCK
1i ,,i -i 'Ci 'Aii)i 264-2416
ORA PARK DODGE
ii lSi iiBlvd 777-5500
CK KEFFER
1-95 Ex it, m Bch. 1-800-228-7454
TSIDE DODGE
It,; i Av' 384-6561


BOARD FORD
SL Augustef 353-6797
Flodda's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N, Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlanic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502


COGGINHONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlanic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy1 S. 1-800-456-1689
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


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


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



LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OrlandoFI 407-339-3443


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


NO1I FLORIDA UNCO MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofiacksonville.com.
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com
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COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 South, StAug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100AtlanticBlvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando R 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 wwwnimnicht com


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700

CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.ciyautomotlve.com



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S.1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO"
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694




BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002
DRIVE TICKET
www.drveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

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

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





WORLD IMPORTS
www.worldimportsusacorn
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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