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Baby Advice
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Page 4


Bass Tourney
Another Successful MWR Event
Pages 6-7


Opera Coming
Event Planned For May 12
Page 9


THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006


www.jaxairnews.com


he NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange (NEX) will cele-
brate NEX Service Com-
mand's (NEXCOM) 60th anniver-
sary with a cake cutting ceremony,
refreshments and entertainment
April 26 at noon at the courtyard.
Sailors,'Reservists, retirees and
their families are invited to attend
the festivities,
"Our history is a proud one and
one of service," said NAS Jax NEX
General Manager Bill Hocken-
berry.
"From the early years, our exis-
tence and focus has been in ensur-
ing Sailors are well taken care of.
Our name has changed over the
years, but our customer service
attitude has grown. NEX today is
the equivalent of a ,commercially
owned chain of department stores.
However, we pride ourselves in
being the store that serves the
warfighters and their families and
provides them with outstanding


Official U.S. Navy photo/Inset Photo by LII(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
The NAS Jacksonville Navy Exchange checkout counter in the 1950s. Today's checkout area is in inset.


customer service seven days a
week."
The base exchange has grown
considerably since its humble
begins in 1946. Originally located
on Enterprise between Langley
and Ranger, the store moved to its
present day location July 12, 1992.


In January 2000, the NEX/commis-
sary complex was the beneficiary of
a $12 million expansion, enabling
the NEX to expand its services and
become equal to a civilian depart-
ment store.
"Today, our Navy Exchange
aboard this base looks like any


modern day department store and
provides our military families qual-
ity goods at very affordable prices,"
he continued. "Our military fami-
lies in the area and the profession-
alism display by each sales associ-

See NEX, Page 13


Crosswalk safety awareness a must


By LI1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer
TWY ith warm weather quickly approach-
ing, we are beginning to see quite a few
V More pedestrians and cyclists on the
roadways aboard the base.
If you take the time to observe a high traffic
intersection, you may be shocked to see the
amount of near misses a pedestrian may have
with motorists. Who is at fault? A difference in
opinion may be present between those who are
involved.
Years ago, the city of San Diego published the
findings of a five-year study that was conducted
on the crosswalks of the city. The city officials
found that there were six times as many pedes-
trian-vehicular accidents occurring at cross-
walks as there were in an unmarked crossing
area. Apparently, the painted lines of a cross-
walk provide pedestrians with a false sense of
protection. The lines of a crosswalk will not
protect you from the laws of nature. A fast mov-
ing vehicle may not be able to stop for the
pedestrian if he or she suddenly steps out into
traffic. Environmental and personal distractions
may also prohibit the driver from seeing you in


Photos by LI1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
A group of students from the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax cross Sarato-
ga Avenue as they head back to class.
the road altogether. The real observance of safe-
ty must lie with the pedestrian to be alert and
cautious while crossing any street.
According to the NAS Jacksonville Deputy
Occupational Safety and Health Manager David
Colburn, state statutes and the base instruc-
tions specify that the pedestrian shall not step
into traffic if the vehicle cannot stop. However,
they also state that the vehicle must stop for a
pedestrian already in a clearly marked cross-
walk. Both the state and military installations
alike have taken into account that the laws of


Sailors use the crosswalk on Saratoga Avenue near
the Bachelor Enlisted Quarters.
nature cannot be superceded by the laws of
man.
The bottom line is that common sense is the
key factor for both parties involved. "You may
have the right away, but there is right and there
is dead-right. If you step off of the curb into
traffic, you'll be dead-right. Keep your head on a
swivel. Remember what mom used to say and
look both ways before you cross the street," said
Colburn.


Jax Depot

wins RearAdm.


Thompson Award

Depot Commanding Officer Capt. John Scanlan II (far left) presents
the NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville Public Affairs Team with the
Department of Defense Rear Adm. Thompson Award for Internal
Communications. This is the second consecutive year that the team
has won top honors. Pictured are (left to right) Scanlan, Joe
Walker, Leevine Everett, Judy Hartman, Greg Jasmin, Public Affairs
Division Director Nancy Crook, Katherine Midyette and Victor
Pitts. Not pictured is Frank Taormina Sr.


Fleet Area Control
and Surveillance
Facility tFACSFAC)
Jacksonville celebrated its
29th anniversary April 6
with a cake-cutting cere-
mony in Building 118.
Sailors witnessing the
event commented that the
face of change has culmi-
nated in recent years.
"Anyone will acknowledge
the command has grown
significantly since its
inception. But I'm amazed
at how much this place
has evolved just in the one
and a half years I've
served here," said SKC
iSWi James Haffner, the
command's supply officer.
Haffner has witnessed
several equipment up-
grades and knows more
are forthcoming.
The command was
established in April 1977
and maintains watch over
80,000 square miles of
land and sea, spanning
from Wilmington, N.C., to
Daytona Beach.
The facility's vigilant
Sailors and civilians pro-
vide invaluable services to
the fleet, enabling military
aircraft to train in local
airspace and ships to com-
plete critical pre-deploy-
ment work-ups. Signifi-
cantly impacting environ-
mental concerns, FACS-
FAC Jax also takes re-
sponsibility for tracking
vulnerable northern right
whales and their calves,
alerting ships at sea.
FACSFAC Jax Com-
manding Officer Capt.
Robert Buehn indicated
the command will contin-
ue evolving. "As FACSFAC
Jax marks its 29th anni-
versary, we continue to do
all that was envisioned at
the start and much more,"
remarked Buehn.
"Control of aircraft in
the huge warning area off-
shore is the original mis-
sion of FACSFAC Jax. and
we still do that today, 24/7.
Through the years we
have added a surface sec-
tion, air intercept control
training, a northern right
whale reporting network
and control of the target
complex at, Pinecastle. As
we start our 30th year in
operation we are prepar-
ing to support a joint har-
bor operations center
along with the Coast
Guard to allow coastal
surveillance of the ports of
Kings Bay, Ga., Mayport
and Port Canaveral, which
is another new mission,"
he added.
Buehn is the facility's
15th commanding officer.
During the 28th anniver-
sary, he received a visit
from the first commanding
officer, retired Navy Cmdr.
George Allen.


Photo by Mike Butler


NEX Garden Shop

announces new hours
The NAS Jacksonville Navy
Exchange Garden Center has new


operating hours. Monday Saturday
7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m. to
5 p.m. For further information, call


777-7293.


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2 iaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 20, 2006


FROM THE FLEET



Individual augmentees be prepared


By FLTCM(SS/SW)
R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Hoo-yah, warriors!
Today's article is
about individual
augmentees (IA's). You've
seen emails, news stories
and naval messages that
address this topic, so hope-
fully by me addressing it I
can answer your questions
or direct you to the right
location for your answer.
For three years we've had
Sailors in Iraq, Afghanistan,
Guantanamo, Cuba and the
Horn of Africa supporting
efforts in the war on terror.
Navy heroes have stepped
up to the plate and have
answered the call as IAs
and continue to do so.
In the future we will con-
tinue to increase and main-
tain our support. Nav
Admin 83/06 outlined the
need for IA readiness. The
message was simple and to
the point; all Sailors are
potential IA's and all Sailors
need to be ready to support
the war on terror.
Let me discuss that: The
Navy along with our sister
services are not only con-
ducting combat operations
we are providing support in
things such as law enforce-
ment, EOD, intelligence, lin-
guistics and public affairs.
Obviously this list is not all-
inclusive, .and as the needs
.and missions shift, we need
to be ready to adapt.
Additionally, our Navy has
been heavily involved in
detainee operations, civil
affairs missions and provi-
sional reconstruction teams
to name a few; doing all this
while keeping the world sea-
lanes clear and meeting the


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
maritime mission world-
wide. We are an "Any
Mission, Any time" Navy.
How else can yo help?
One major discrepancy
pointed out in the recent
NavAdmin was a lack of
personal readiness on the
part of individual Sailors
preparing to deploy.
That means Page 2s and
security clearances updated,
good physical conditioning,
medical and dental health is
maintained, and all the
other financial, legal and
personal affairs are han-
dled.
Not to make too fine a
point on the issue, we
recently sent a large num-
ber of Sailors to their initial
combat training to prepare
for their IA assignments.
Of that group, many had
significant medical readi-
ness issues that negatively
impacted an already tight
training schedule. We can't
afford to do this.
I know about this impact
because Navy leadership
has visited Fort Jackson,
S.C. and watched the train-
ing our Sailors are undergo-
ing.
The Force Master Chief of


Manpower, Personnel,
Training and Education
Master Chief Mike McCalip,
told me that during his
recent vrisit he saw (1) out-
standing Sailors who were
upbeat, focused, and showed
positive attitudes about
preparing to deploy to sup-
port the war on terror, (2) A
Navy training staff that was
focused on getting our war-
riors ready for deployment,
and (3) a cadre of U.S. Army
DIs who are dedicated to
helping our Sailors under-
stand new and unfamiliar
mission areas.
I would expect nothing
less, but the Navy-Army
training team can only do so
much. We have to do our
part and ensure we are
ready, when called upon.
Which brings me to my
next point. Pre-screening for
IA. Again, it falls to our
front-line leadership to
make sure we are doing the
right thing by the Navy and
the Sailors.
When the IA call goes out,
we need to make sure the
people we send can do the
job. They have to be physi-
cally, medically, and mental-
ly ready. Just checking the
box with a name is the
wrong answer.
Now I realize the job of
finding the right person,
with the right skills who is
completely prepared isn't
always easy. No one ever
said it would be.'The Navy
is taking steps to lessen the
impact IA duty has on
Sailors and their families.
First, leadership is
engaged to reduce the per-
sonal and family hardships
of IA by increasing the noti-
fication lead times. This
will give us the time we


need to help our Sailors pre-
pare as well as take care of
family matters.
Second, the Navy is put-
ting out as much advance
information as possible
through Navy Knowledge
Online (www.nko.navy.mil)
portals by developing an IA
portal page.
When you log into NKO,
there is a large box at the
top of the homepage asking
if you are an IA preparing
for deployment. Click there
and it will take you to
everything you could possi-
bly want to know. The por-
tal includes Fort Jackson
training information, uni-
form requirements, IA
checklists, the whole nine
yards.
Please make use of this
service, as its only purpose
is to make your life easier.
Wrapping it all for you,
the IA requirements are a
reality and we must be
ready from officer to
enlisted. That means indi-
vidually, we keep ourselves
in a deployable status. On
the leadership side, we must
ensure we are leading and
managing our folks to the
highest possible state of
readiness in case the call
comes.
I realize how disruptive
IA can be for not only the
commands but for the
Sailors and their families,
but if we all keep focus, we
can keep that disruption to
a minimum and complete
the mission while taking
care of the business at hand.
Keep up the great work
you all are doing, we are
making a difference on the
oceans, in the air and on the
ground. I look forward to
seeing you in the fleet.


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' Job title/command:

NAS Jax Chapel

Hometown: Bentley, La.


Family Life: I have three brothers and three
sisters.

Past Duty Stations: RTC Great Lakes, III.,
* NTTC Meridian, Miss.


Career Plans: To earn a degree in mach and
teach junior high students.

Most Interesting Experience: Teaching
fourth- through sixth-graders basketball.


Words of Wisdom: Take time every day to
enjoy life.


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CHARLES BOGGS

U. Job title/command:
Transportation Specialist at
PSD

Hometown: Dallas


Family Life: I have a wonderful wife and five
children.

Past Duty Stations: USS T.C. Hart

Career Plans: I'm working on my master's
degree.


Most Interesting Experience: Going on
a Western Pacific cruise in 1987 aboard USS
Waddell.

Words of Wisdom: Stand up and be
proud.


Be aware of this organization


T he Department. of Veteran's Affairs (VA) is urging all
military personnel and retirees to be aware of an
organization called Veterans Affairs Ser-
vices (VAS) that is providing benefit and general informa-
tion about the VA and gathering personal information on
veterans. This organization is not affiliated with VA in any
way and not endorsed by the VA to provide any services.
If this organization contacts you and you have informa-
tion about VAS employees assisting veterans in the prepa-
ration and presentation of claims for benefits, please con-
tact Michael Daugherty at Michael Daughterty2@va.gov or
call (202) 273-8636.

Technology Expo is tomorrow
T he NAS Jacksonville 2006 Technology Expo is tomor-
row from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club. The free event, with more than 25 different
exhibitors, will allow-personnel aboard NAS Jacksonville
to learn about the latest in emerging technology.
For more information, contact Melanie Yanon at 301-
596-8899, Ext. 236 or by email at yanon@ncsi.com.


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Hey, MoneyMan!
I am an active-duty E4
with a wife and two chil-
dren. We live payday to
payday. I have two weeks
pre-deployment leave but-
we cannot afford to go any-
place.
This will be my first
deployment and I want to
have fun with my family
before I leave but I can't
afford it on my pay. Do you
have any suggestions?
MoneyMan Sez:
It is important to spend
time with your family
before you leave on an
extended deployment. And
you are right!
Married E4s do not have
a lot of money left over
after all the bills are paid.
I recommend you stop by


the Information, Tickets
and Tours office located
just outside the main
entrance of the Navy
Exchange.
_They offer great deals on
tickets to local attractions,
one-day trips, group travel
and !numerous other
things' They can also tell
you about area attractions
that are free or low cost.
Call them at 542-3318,
stop by or visit their Web'
site at www.nasjax.navy.
mil. (Select MWR and then
I.T.T.). You will be sur-
prised at how much this
area has to offer at little or
no cost.

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


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SUN DAY


SERVICES


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


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Alchle), Kaylee LaRocque
The iiA All NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAI A NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
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religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
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or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
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Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
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Full-time support detailers visit NOSC


ByJO22(SW) Sunday
Navy Operational Support Center
Jacksonville Public Affairs
On April 12, Navy
Operational Support
Center (NOSC) Jack-
sonville hosted a detailing
brief by full time support
(FTS) detailers for local
FTS Sailors.
According to NOSC
Career Counselor NC1(AW)
Kevin Wager, this opportu-
nity allowed Sailors to be
hands on with their detail-
ers, which he said makes a
big difference in communi-
cation and understanding.
Sailors actually get to
see the process by which
detailers make their deci-
sions, a great experience
that many Sailors will
never get in their Navy
career," said Wager. /
Sailors seemed grateful
for the opportunity to get
questions answered directly
from their detailers as well
as the chance to meet face
to face.
"I want to go back active
and if I had not come by I
would have been so lost,"
said AEAN Javaughn
Griffin from VP-62. "My
detailer helped me under-
stand what I needed to do
in order to better my career
and get back on active duty.
The local Sailors were not
the only ones excited about
the visit, the detailers were
also happy to be in
Jacksonville.
YNC Carrie Persiani, the
yeoman detailer said she
really enjoys the trips
because she gets to meet


Photo by PH2 Andrea Simmons
Reserve Detailer YNCS Carrie Persiani talks with YN3 Matthew Purpura of VP-62 about his
career opportunities during a detailer visit to NAS Jacksonville April 12. Ten full time support
detailers visited the base to meet with Sailors and discuss career opportunities.


with Sailors and it takes
away any confusion the
Sailors may have.
"It is always nice to be
able to put a name with a
face not only for us but for
the Sailor," said Persiani.
"Seeing us face to face
helps the Sailor be more
comfortable with who we
are and they can get their
answers straight from us."
BM3 Shannon Pitt from
NOSC met with her detail-
er for the first time in her
Navy career. Pitt said the
face-to-face conversation
helped her understand the
dos and don't of getting
orders.
"I was glad that I did not
have to talk to a voice on
the phone," said Pitt. "It


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made it hard to misunder-
stand each other and even
though there was no real
negotiating room for me as
far as where I wanted to go,
I was able to express per-
sonally to my detailer that
I am going to do my best
and make the most of wher-
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CMDCM(AW/SS) George
Hutchison, the command
master chief over the FTS
detailers, said he is glad
that he got to bring so
many detailers since he
may not be able to any-
more.
"This is such a great
opportunity for Sailors to
talk hands on with the per-


son that assigns them their
job," said Hutchison. "We
are currently funded for
these trips so I got to bring
11 detailers out and we
were able to meet with
more Sailors but, come
October this year we will
no longer have that funding
and the requesting com-
mand or Commander
Career Development, will
fund the trips which means
fewer detailers."
Hutchison said he would
rather see a few detailers
than none at /all. He also
stated that until the fund-
ing changes, the detailers
are going to go see as many
Sailors as possible.


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Morale Recreation and Welfare
Department Information Tickets and Tours Manager
Jenny Wallace explains the availability of tickets to local
attractions to AE1 (SW) James Colletti of Navy Operation
Support Center April 6.

NAS Jax welcomes Wallace

as new travel manager
By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
N" AS Jacksonville Morale, Recreation and Welfare
(MWR) Department recently welcomed Jenny
Wallace as its new Information, Tickets and
Tour (I.T.T.) manager.
Wallace, a native of Frederick, Md., and a 10-year
recreation specialist, comes to us from the Naval
District Washington, where she served as the MWR
marketing director and worked with the MWR Liberty
Program. In her capacity at the district, Wallace han-
dled many special events, including the Navy Birthday
Ball and Naval District Washington Day at the
Ballpark, an event with the newly established
Washington Nationals Baseball Team.
"Getting the Washington Nationals to sign the con
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Pediatrician shares tips for soothing colicky baby
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs


waddling, Sushing,
Side/stomach,
Swinging and Suck-
ing are the five "S's" that
nationally renowned pedia-
trician Dr. Harvey Karp
says are the keys to having
the best baby on the block.
Karp shared the princi-
ples behind his calming
methods as well as hands-
on demonstrations on using
them in presentations to
area healthcare providers
and military families at
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville April 8.
He was here at the invi-
tation of the hospital's
Pediatrics Department as
the naval hospital cele-
brates the "Month of the
Military Child" and ob-
serves "Child Abuse Pre-
vention Month."
A pediatrician and child
development specialist for
25 years, Karp is an assis-
tant professor of pediatrics
at UCLA School of Medi-
cine, with a private practice
in Santa Monica, Calif.
He is also a nationally ac-
claimed expert on children's
health and the environ-
ment, and an authority on
breastfeeding. He has pub-
lished two books through
Bantam Books, Happiest
Baby On The Block: The
New Way to Calm Crying
and Help Your Baby Sleep
Longer and The Happiest
Toddler on the Block.
He is internationally rec-
ognized on the healthcare
lecture circuit and has
appeared numerous times
on such programs as Good
Morning America, The Dr.
Phil Show, ABC News
World News Tonight, CNN
and many national radio
programs.
His work has also been
featured in the Associated
Press, People Magazine, the
New York Times and
dozens of newspapers
across the country as well
as Time, Newsweek, and
many other national maga-
zines.
Karp sees a newborn's
first three months as the
"fourth trimester." He
explained the "five S's" as
trying to replicate condi-
tions the baby was comfort-
able with in the womb. To
clarify these five methods
of soothing a colicky baby
he demonstrated that
swaddling involves tightly
wrapping the.baby in a
blanket.
Side/stomach refers to
the optimal position for the
baby when resting. Sushing
is the shhhhhh sound that
replicates the swishing
sound the baby hears in the
womb. Swinging is a back
and forth motion used to
calm the baby. Sucking
refers to nursing, or the use
of bottles and pacifiers.
During the presentation,
a highly vocal Joshua Col-
vin, 5-week-old son of Lt.
Jeff Colvin and his wife,
Erin, provided the perfect
opportunity for Karp to
demonstrate his methods.
Lt. Colvin serves with VP-
30 aboard NAS Jackson-
ville. A proud new father,
Colvin trusted his son to
Karp to demonstrate his
calming methods.
Proceeding with the "five
S's," the baby was calmed
and returned to his father's
arms within minutes;
another contented "Best
Baby."
Colvin, who had parent-
ing duties that day, said he
and his wife had been
advised to try Karp's meth-
ods by a co-worker at the
squadron. He said it has
always worked for them
when dealing with Joshua's
normal fussiness. "We apply
Karp's methods and it
seems to calm him down
pretty quick," Colvin said.
As far as seeing Karp
work his magic first hand,


Colvin said, "I think it was
a great, rare opportunity to
have someone who is
nationally known be here.
"The neat part," he said,


Photos by HM3 Dulce PerezRoman
(Above) Five-week-old Joshua Colvin cranks
up the amps, as his dad, Lt. Jeff Colvin, hands
him over to Dr. Harvey Karp to demonstrate
his "five S's" system of calming a crying baby. (Right) "Swinging" back and forth is very calm-
ing to the baby as demonstrated by Dr. Harvey Karp with 5-week-old Joshua Colvin. Note the
side/stomach positioning of the baby as well.


"was seeing him (Karp)
demonstrate triggering the
on/off switch that he refers
to in his book ... to see him
apply the method and see
the reflex he talks about
being triggered." Colvin
said he would recommend
Karp's methods to anyone
with a new baby.
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Pediatrician Dr. Julie
Kellogg, agreed that this
was a fantastic opportunity


for military families as well
as healthcare and childcare
providers to see a nationally
prominent expert in the
field.
She noted that she met
Karp at the American
Academy of Pediatricians
conference in October and
saw him demonstrate his
methods.
"When I watch him use
these methods, this calming
effect happens every time.


I'm just amazed that it hap-
pens so quickly," she said.
A parent herself, Kellogg
said she has used these
methods with her own chil-
dren. She also said she's
shared this with her fellow
pediatric health care
providers at the naval hos-
pital. She said, "This is use-
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6 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 20, 2006


Palrons enjoy a cookoul after a hard day of fishing at the Mulberry Cove Marina.


Jim Sterling and his fishing partner, Brown Hargrove, arrive back at the Mulberry Cove
Marina after a day of bass fishing during the 24th annual Morale, Welfare and Recreation Bass
Tournament Saturday.


Wendell Hand (back left) and his partner, Glenn Pickinton anxiously look on as their fish are
weighed by members of the St. Johns Bass Anglers Club during the bass tournament.


Eric Roberts, a civilian employee at NAVAIR Depot Jax, and his partner, Billy Roberts, proudly
hold two of their fish they caught during the annual Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department's Bass Tournament.


Fishermen strive to catch




biggest bass at MWR tourney


From MWR
At the crack of dawn on
Saturday, 120 anglers headed
to the Mulberry Cove Marina
to participate in the 24th annual
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Bass Tourna-
ment, "Relocating Confused Bass
Since 1982."
The event was open to all active
duty members, reservists, retirees
and Department of Defense civil-
ians. Teams consisted of two mem-
bers per boat and they fished from
first light at 6:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
The St. Johns Bass Anglers Club
provided officiating duties for the
event. In the afternoon, as each
team's catch was weighed, a crowd
began to gather around the score-
board. The lead changed many times
as everyone enjoyed free food and
beverages.
All participants received a free
tournament shirt and sponsor bag
with promotional items.
Thanks to the very generous sup-
port from area businesses, the
,


anglers received more than $3,000 in
door prizes and gift certificates.
NAS Jacksonville MWR thanks
the many volunteers and sponsors
that made this event a success:
9th & Main/NOSH
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Coca-Cola, Inc.
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Krispy Kreme
NAS Jax Commissary
Inksmith & Rogers Tattoo
Jacksonville Suns
Jiffy Lube Service Center
Panera Bread
Lewis Marine Supply
Budweiser
Pure Fishing
7-Up
SPAR Council, Inc.
Sunbelt Coffee
West Marine
Woodcraft
Ramirez Restaurant
Vanguard
Disclaimer: Neither NAS Jax, MWR, or
the Jax Air News nor any part of the fed-
eral government officially endorses any
company, sponsor or their products or
services.


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Juanita Etienne proudly holds the "biggest
bass" she caught early in the day while
fishing in the annual bass tournament.
Etienne took home a whopping $650 for
catching this fish!


Mulberry Cove
Marina Manager
Phil Collins arranges
the plaques
that will be given
to the bass tourney
winners during the
awards ceremony.


Michael and Keinnce Ford hold up some bass caught during the annual tournament.


Eric Roberts, a civilian employee at NAVAIR Depot Jax and his partner, Billy Roberts proudly
hold their first place check during the 24th annual NAS Jax Bass Tournament awards ceremo-
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Juanita Etienne is awarded a $650 check by Mulberry Cove Marina Manager Phil Collins for

Joe Bernard, a contractor with Vanguard, and his partner, Lee Stalvey, display their second-
place check during the awards ceremony.


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8 JaxAir NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 20, 2006


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER



It's better to give than to receive


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe What it all boils dc
Molina that you and I ha
NASiJax Chapel pose! Having
Should compel us
She doctor had some for the very best o
bad news and good = ties have to offer.
news for his patient. Matters related
"Sam" the doctor said. "You tence, survival and
have a serious ailment. You. ovation of life have 1
need an operation right tral to humanity si
away." Well, Sam got a bit historic times. Over
pale. He turned to his doc-- historic times. Over
tor and asked, "Is it that three years "life oi
serious es," said the doc. Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina has been part of th
serious?" "Yes," said the doc. al reality as we've
"Five out of six who undergo about what the definition of in a war that has re
this operation die. But you "is" is, that is, you either are the death of many
have nothing to worry or are not. Whatever "is," is! grief of many more.
abdut." "Why not doctor?" There is no statement in Our political and
Asked Sam. "Well Sam, my temporal life more worthy of leaders have strugg
last five patients have died. contemplation. decisions that would
So,, I know you're going to We can hardly make a ly impact matters
make it." sentence in the English lan- death. Their str
Well, I don't know what guage without using some founded on the tr
level of reassurance that form of the verb "to be." The life is precious; Lift
ga've to the patient but I idea of "being" itself is filled placeable; life is a
thitk you'll agree that when with significance and poten- ability. Therefore,...
it anomes to matters of life tial. This is because having Handle with care
dealing with serious busi- we are being" means that we have surrounded by the
nes. Regardlesious of how we the ability to reason, 'to of modern technol
mays. tReo make light of it think and solve problems. other era in history
may try toh humorous anec- We are also relational in our sessed the scientific

dotes, the serious matter of being, having the ability to for the preservat
life' and death (and in some give and receive real love. duration of life. As
cases life or death) is sure to In addition we possess a we acknowledge th
catch our attention. moral consciousness, giving tance of life and
Life and death address us the ability to discern technology to prolon
existence itself. To be or not right from wrong. Ironically, however
to be is an issue of ultimate My faith teaches me. that I plagued by ad
importance. There are no possess these qualities lifestyles and des
subtle definitions involved, because I've been created in behaviors totally i
Youi don't have to worry the likeness of The Creator. dented. "Life is p

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called "Developing and Enriching
Your Marriage by Understanding
Yourself and Your Partner" April 29.
This is described as "an experiential
and interactive workshop for couples
who want to strengthen their mar-
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the marriage.
The workshop is facilitated by
Brulce Kristol, Ph.D., a Naval Hospi-


Jacksonville since 1979.
The workshop includes mini-lec-
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noted that privacy is important to the
clinic staff. Therefore, no one will. be
expected to disclose anything private
to the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship Assessment
Clarification of Needs, Values &
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Handle with care!"
Live It Abundantly:
Abundant living means
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Share "Life" With Others:
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MANAGER: Looking forward to serving the Sailors here


From Page 3

tract with MWR lwas a-
major accomplishment that
benefited hundreds of
Sailors and their families,"
said Wallace. "Attending the
game and seeing so many of
our military in attendance
was very rewarding."
Prior to her tour in D.C.,
Wallace served as the Afloat
Recreation Specialist, some-
times referred to as the
"Fun Boss" on board USS
Ronald Reagan (CVN-76),
where she handled every
aspect of the recreation,,pro-
gram for more than 5,000
Sailors and their families. \
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memorable assignments,"
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diverse and dynamic clien-
tele with varied taste for
,entertainment and travel. I
look forward to providing
them with the highest quali-
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Wallace further explained
that she hopes to expand
the sale of tickets for local
events. "I would like to pro-
vide greater access to a vari-
ety of local events," she stat-
ed.
"Popular events such as
concerts, shows agnd sport-
ing events. I'm already look-
ing into a way of making it
happen. I have a staff of
three great MWR profes-
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going to keep the I.T.T. office
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"Many Sailors do not real-
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explained. "The prepaid dis-
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easier for active duty mem-
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travel and it can save them
up to 50 percent in hotels
and attractions in the
process."


Wallace is a graduate of
Salisbury University in
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has attended numerous spe-
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shops and training. She
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Professional through the
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"I am passionate about
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finding new ways of serving
our Sailors," she added.


Photo by HM3 Dulce PerezRoman
The "Sucking" element of the "five S's" is demonstrated here
with a pacifier.

BABY DOC: NavHosp Jax

brings noted author to speak


From Page 4

they're healthy is also in
calming them when they
are not so healthy."
Karp not only covered the
basic "five S's" in his pre-
sentations but also
debunked some of the
mythology -that's been
passed down about what


makes babies tick and
shared other insights cov-
ered in his books.
Bringing this presenta-
tion to our military families
is just one more way Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is
committed to providing the
very best in healthcare to
our beneficiaries.


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offered at hospital
From Staff


The following classes are available for new parents:
First-time Parents
T 8:30 -11:30 a.m.
April 21, 28
May 5, 12, 19
Experienced Parents
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April 24
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Third Trimester Class
April 23 8:30-11 a.m.
SBreastfeeding
May-8:30-11:30 a.m.
Classes are by appointment only. Please call 542-BAB
(2229) to schedule.


Garden plots still available

From Staff
There are still several garden plots available at the
NAS Jax Community Garden for those interested in
growing their own vegetables.
All active-duty members, their families and retirees are
eligible to use the garden. The only stipulation to having a
plot is that you must maintain it on a regular basis.
For more information, call Jack Davitt at 772-6974.


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From MWR !I


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coming to NAS Jack-
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Dinner Show. It is being
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Catering and Conference
Center May 12 at 6 p.m.
The event is $25 per per-
son and includes a gourmet
full course meal with choice
of Filet Ricardo or Grouper.
Opera Extravaganza! is
an exciting, full-featured
program, highlighting great
classics from opera,
operetta, and Broadway.
Performed by Orlando
Opera's Resident Artists
accompanied by piano, the
program features a mas-
querade theme, replete with
formal elegance, gorgeous
costumes, and several
endearing vocal musical
selections.
Selections range from
"Masquerade" from The
Phantom of the Opera, to
the finale of The Barber of
Seville. Opera Extravagan-
za! brings the power and
passion of opera, to those
who live outside Central
Florida, or who may other-
wise not be able to attend
one of the opera's grand
mainstage productions.
Now in its 15th year, the
Orlando Opera Resident
Artist Program affords an
interim training ground for
graduates who are looking
to increase their experience
and education before going
on to professional careers in
opera.
The four artists, a sopra-i
no, mezzo-soprano, tenor,
and baritone are provided
coaching on voice, move-
ment and acting during
their one to two-year stay at
the opera.
They increase their expe-
rience by performing in
mainstage shows produced
by the opera and go on tour:
for the opera, performing for
Florida schools, senior cen-


Photo courtesy of the Orlando Opera Resident Artist Program
Members of Opera Extravaganza! will perform at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club May 12 at 6 p.m. From left, Robb Asklof,
Marcy Richardson, Elizabeth Ariza and Craig Irvin. For more
information, call 542-304!.


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theaters, community cen-
ters, and corporations.
The Resident Artists for
the 2005-06 season and per-
forming Opera Extrava-
ganza! are Marcy Richard-
son, soprano; Elizabeth
Ariza, mezzo-soprano; Robb
Asklof, tenor and Craig
Irvin, bass-baritone. J4lie
Tompkins is the Resident


Artist vocal coach and
accompanist.
Tickets can be purchased
at the NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Information, Tickets and
Tours Office, USO or the
NAS Jax Officers' Club.
For more information, call
542-3041.


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Two-year-old Amber Stone carefully greets the Easter Bunny with her mom, Beth and brother, Benjamin at the annual NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department's Easter Egg Hunt Friday night.
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One-year-old Riley Fuller collects a basket of eggs at the
Easter Egg Hunt.


Nine-month-old Blake Thompson checks out some Easter eggs
in his basket at the Easter Egg Hunt at the McCaffery Softball
Fields Friday night.


And they're off! Hundreds of families turned out for the
annual NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department's annual Easier Egg Hunt Friday night. The Youth
Activities Center staff spent hours preparing and putting out
the 10,000 eggs for the youngsters to collect. (Inset) Three-
year-old Evan Roe gathers as many eggs as he can to fill up
his bag.


Lt. Jeff Orr and his 4-year-old daughter, Alexandra open some
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grand prize of $50 that was hidden inside one of the eggs.


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NEX voluntarily restricts sales of

products containing Dextromethorphan


From The Navy Exchange
D extromethorphan (DXM) is a com-
mon cough-suppressing ingredient-
contained in more than 140 over-
the-counter products. When taken as
directed and used properly, DXM is safe,
but research shows that abuse of DXM is
becoming an issue among those under 18
years of age.
While there is not a legal requirement
to control products with this ingredient,
Navy Exchanges are voluntarily restrict-
ing the sale of products containing DXM
to customers under the age of 18. Navy


Exchanges cashiers will verify proof of
age at the time of purchase.
"The Navy Exchange is always looking
for ways to help its Navy family," said
Tess Paquette, chief merchandising officer
for the Navy Exchange Service Command.
"By restricting the sales of these types of
products, we're helping to keep our fami-
lies safe and healthy."
According to the Food and Drug
Administration, abuse of over-the-counter
medicines with DXM can cause brain
damage, seizure, loss of consciousness,'
irregular heartbeat, and in extreme
instances even death.


Computer training offered on base through FCCJ,


Photo courtesy Lt. Cmdr. Marnie Buchanan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Navy Nurse Corps officers and students, pictured above, recently
participated in a symposium at Jacksonville University.


NavHosp Jax officers,


students help with JU


Navy Nurse Corps forum


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Nurse Corps
officers representing
ambulatory, in-patient,
emergency and critical care,
operating room, maternal-
infant and flight nursing as
well as those involved in
administrative support par-
ticipated in the third annual
Jacksonville University
Navy Nurse Corps. Sympo-
sium March 31..
Jacksonville University
Junior, Officer Candidate
Cherie Ayala, invited stu-
dents from both Jackson-
ville University and the
University of North Florida
who are enrolled in various
commissioning programs
such as the Medical
Enlisted Commissioning
Program, Seaman to
Admiral Program and
Reserve Officers' Training
Corps to participate in this
two-hour question and


answer session.
IThe purpose for the sym-
posium was to provide true
tb life answers for open and
honest questions. Topics
included such concerns as
operational and overseas
assignments, career paths
and familysupport as well
as continuing education
opportunities.
* Volunteers for this event
defined the Navy Nurse
Corps in the terms team,
leadership, and profession-
al accountability and opera-
tional commitments.
12006 Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Nurse Corps
Officer participants:
Lt. Cmdr. Marnie
Buchanan
Lt. Cmdr. Bradley
Buchanan
Lt. Cmdr. Valorie Toth
Lt. Billie Smith
Lt. Accursia Baldassano
Lt. Joseph Brown
Lt. Stuart Hitchcock
Lt. LaDonna Sampson
Lt. Andrea Hebert


' Ensign Lori Cooper
Ensign Jennifer Terral
2006 Student partici-
pants:
Chasity Reid
Rachel Martinez
Dawn Dillon
Elmer Montero
Cherie Ayala
Brian Duenas
Charlie Manalansan
Robert Crampton
Julee Smith
Leslie Schneider
Catrina Wilkie
Kevin Lelacheur
A.J. MacDonald
C.L. Thompson
Jodie Keiler
Sarah Mackie
David Cummiskey
Jasmyne Irizarry
Two graduating seniors
from this group, Montero
and Lelacheur, will be
reporting to Naval Medical
Center San Diego and
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville to serve their first tour
as Navy Nurse Corps
Officers this summer.


Hospital Red Cross recruiting for

Junior Volurnteer Summer Program

From Naval Hospital cents between the ages of Applications must be
Jacksonville Public Affairs 15 and 18 are encouraged returned to the Red Cross
tb apply before April 25. Office by April 25, with a
T he Red Cross Junior 1 Enrollment is limited, so copy of the applicant's
Summer Volunteer the applicants should apply immunization record and
Program at Naval early. The Red Cross current PPD. Orientation is
Hospital Jacksonville is Volunteer Chairman and June 3-4. Call Christy Prall
accepting applications for Junior Volunteer Chairman at 542-7525 for more infor-
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Official U.S. Navy photo
The men's department in the 1950s.

NEX: Celebrating 60 years
From Page 1 for service members and
their families.
ate in the store have Hockenberry and the NEX
enabled us to become one of team would like for the NAS
the top four NEXs in the Jax family to join them
world. Next week we will April 26 and help them cele-
celebrate our anniversary brate 60 years of service to
and at the same time, we the fleet.
will also say thank you to
every patron that has con- ..
tribute to our success." I;
S"Every time a cash regis-
ter tallies a sale, there is a .,. ,
Sailor or retiree putting .
money back into the base in
terms of contributions to the .
Morale, Welfare and .
Recreation (MWR) pro- ,,.
gram," he added. "Last year
we contributed more than
$650,000 to the base morale 7. ',
and recreation program and ..
in October, we hope to be
close to the $1 million
mark."
Today NEXCOM is a $2.8 .
billion global enterprise that
serves the Sailors and their
families by providing brand
name products at tremen-
dous savings. Furthermore,
NECOM contributes 70 per-
cent of profits to the Navy's
MWR program.
In conjunction with the ...
60th anniversary celebra- '
tion, NEX officials also will
announce the winner of the !s'..
quarterly NEX A-OK ^'- ..
Scholarship Program. The .
winner will receive a certifi- .
cate and a $2,000 savings ..
bond. .I..
According to NEX Service
Command historical i..-,1'.: 4.
records, the idea of an
exchange started in 1986
onboard USS Indiana with
the opening of a canteen
which provided Sailors with
a reliable source of everyday
necessities.
In 1909, a Congressional
Naval Appropriations Act
made the establishment of
ship and commissary stores
possible. Next, in 1923 came
the ships service stores, set
up by Navy regulations to
provide services not offered
by ship stores. This services
included soda fountains,
barbers, laundry, shoe repair
and tailors and were funded
by Sailors an officers' sub-
scription to a "mess fund."
On April 1, 1946, the U. S.
Navy Ship's Store Office
(NSSO) was created to pro-
vide efficient control over
these far-ranging services
and to put the stores on a
self-supporting basis.
In 1950, the Navy
Exchange Service Command
was created and ship stores
become known as NEXs.
The Navy's exchange sys-
tem relieves the American
tax-payer of the necessity of
paying for a MWR program

FFSC offers
support programs
From Staff
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center Life
Skills Education and
Support Program is the,
foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of per- B.I I
sonal and family problems.
All workshops and classes
are free and available to
service members and their
families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel
aboard the base. Pre-regis-
tration is required.
The following workshops
are available in April:
April 24-27, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition .
Assistance Program (retir-
ing)
April 25, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Management Class
For more information, call
542-2766, Ext. 127.


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Mulberry Cove Marina
Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all class-
room materials and use of
marina sailboats and safety
equipment.
Tuesday/Thursday
Classes May 2, 4, 9, 11, 16,
18, 23, 25 and 30, June 1
Weekend Classes June 2,
3, 4, 17, 18

Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all class-
room materials and use of
marina motorboats
Saturday/Sunday

Free kayak and canoe
rental on Thursday's for
active duty.

Bowling Center
For more information,
call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednes-
days 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.

i he zone Complex
Call 542-3521 for more
information.

BINGO
Lunch BINGO Monday -
Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening BINGO Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper
only night!
Win cash!

Texas Hold'em
Tournaments


RADIO CONTROL
HEADQUARTERS
CARS BOATS PLANES TRAINS


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.

Stability Ball Workshop
Saturday
9:30 11 a.m.
Fitness Source

I.T.T Events
For more information
about I.T.T trips or ticket
prices, please call 54243318.
The following water park
tickets are available for
purchase at the I.T.T Office:
Adventure Island, Tampa
$30 (adults) $28.40 (ages
3-9)
Disney's Blizzard Beach,
Orlando
$33.30 (Adults) $28.25
(ages 3-9)
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon,
Orlando
$33.30 (Adults) $28.25
(ages 3-9)
Wet 'n Wild, Orlando
$25.75 (adults) $21.75
(ages 3-9)
Adventure Landing, Jack-
sonville Beach $18 (ages
three and over)


I.T.T. Trips
St. Simons Islanc
May 20
Adults $31, Chi
(under 11) $28
Includes guided
lighthouse admission
transportation.
Trip deadline is May


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Photo by Shannon Leonard
Jordan Childress, granddaughter of retired Col. Doug
Maddox, spends some time with the Easter Bunny during the
Sunday Brunch and Easter Egg Hunt at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club Sunday.


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!


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 de-
tails, 542-3491.

Free Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall &
AMC Theater

Fall Out Boy Concert
Tuesday
The Black Clouds and


Underdogs Tour with Fall
Out Boy, All American
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Heights, From First to


Last, and October Fall.
$25, includes admission
and transportation.

Free Comedy Zone Trip
April 27
Includes free admission
and appetizers!

Movies

Movies are shown at the
base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call
542-3491.
Tomorrow, 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 Course

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 green fees! Cart fee
only!
April 25 for active-duty.
April 27 for retirees and
Department of Defense per-
sonnel.

Mulligan's Cinco de Mayo


Farewell Bash
May 5
Happy Hour 4 p.m.
Live Band 5 p.m. 10 p.m.
Complimentary food and
drink specials! Door prizes!

Jlax Navy Flying Club
Call 777-8549 for more
information.

Youth Activities
For more information on
Youth Activities call 778-
9772.
Summer Camp registration
April 22 at 10 a.m.

Teen Employment
Program
Spend the summer hav-
ing fun and gaining work
experience!

O'Club & T-Bar
Opera Extravaganza
Dinner Show
NAS Jax Officers' Club
Catering & Conference
Center
May 12 at 6 p.m.
$25 per person
Tickets are available for
purchase at the I.T.T.
Office, USO or the O'Club.
Call 542-3041 for more
details.


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Danny Woodard, a certified tobacco treatment specialist and program manager at the
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Wellness Center, hands NAS Jacksonville Executive
Department MT2 Klevin Stover a can mint snuff chew, an alternative to smokeless
tobacco, in front of the Navy Exchange Friday. Woodard was there to educate Sailors
about the dangers of tobacco use and provide them with the tools to enable them to
quit. "Tobacco use is still, a major problem in the Navy despite the advances we've made
over the last few years," Woodard stated. "It's important that we educate our young
Sailors about the dangers of products such as smokeless tobacco and let them know that
they can quit and that we are here to help."


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Tennis tourney planned
A men 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 meet-
ing
An indoor volleyball meeting will be
held May 10 at 11:30 a.m. in the Building
850 conference 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 designated
representative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points. All inter-
ested personnel should attend the meet-
ing to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Intramural golf meeting
coming up in May
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 selective
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 designated repre-
sentative attend the meeting will receive
five Captain's Cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to
discuss rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Basketball league
meetings slated
The Greybeard League is open to all
NAS Jax active-duty, Department of
Defense personnel and selective
reservists age 30 and up. The
Greybeard meeting will be held at 11:30
a.m. and the intramural meeting will be
held at noon. The meetings 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.
Sports officials
and scorekeepers need-
ed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to
officiate soccer, softball, football and vol-
leyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are
also needed for basketball. Experience is
not required. If interested, contact Jesse
Beach at 771-1333.
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.

Greybeard Softball


Team
CSCWL
VP-30
VP-16
AIMD
CNATTU
VP-62


Standings
As of April 14
Wins Losses
4 0
3 1


1 4


Intramural Softball
Standings
As of April 14
Team Wins Losses
VP-5 7 0
VP-30 Staff 7 0
NAVAIR, 5 1
VP-45 5 1
VP-62/NAR 5 1
HS-75 6 2
Naval Hospital 4 2
AIMD 500 4 3.
FANG 3 3
HS-3 3 3
VP-16 13 3
HSCWSL '2 3
FACSFAC 3 4
CBMU 202 2 4
PSD 2 5
VP-30 Blue 2 6
VS-24 1 0
AIMD 650 1 5
VP-30 Gold 1 6


NCTS 0 7
SERCC 0 7
Sand Volleyball
Standings
As of April 14
Team Wins Losses
VP-62 4 0
AIMD(1) 3 1
GEMD Alpha 2 1
CNATTU (2) 2 2
GEMD- Bravo 2 2
SRSS 1 0
CNATTU (1) 1 2
AIMD(2) 1 3
SERCC 0 3

Intramural Soccer
Standings
As of April 14
Team W L Tie
VP-45 3 0 1
Naval Hospital 2 0 1
AIMD 2 2 0
VP-30 O's 2 2 0
VS-31 1 2 1
VS-22 0 1 0
VP-30 E's 0 3 1


Team
Lady
Naval
TPU
VP-16


Women's Softball
Standings
As of April 14
n Wins Losses
Divas 3 0
I Hospital 1 2
1 2
3 1 2


SPORTS & STANDINGS


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop. is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's
DID. No. 300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 59.00
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or-272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meet-
ings 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
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claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call
269-2945. The chapter will also
hold a poker run on May 6th. All
proceeds will go to the Veterans
.Hospital Relief Fund.
Registration from 10 a.m. -12
p.m at Judy's Pu'b 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
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library,
22054 Plainfield Avenue in
Orange Park. For more informa-
tion, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to


attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired
Department of Defense civil-
ians. For more information, call
778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016
or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.
com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.


The Westside Jackson-
ville Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends
an open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each monthi at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship' Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval
Officers Association holds its
monthly meeting on the' fourth
Thursday each month at 5:30
p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
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locations: May 6, 9 a.m. to noon
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Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to noon at
Oceanway Park. A youth fishing
tournament 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 Knights of Columbus
will hold their 10th annual 5K


Beach Run Saturday, at 7a.m.
Visit www.flrurnning.com or
www.ancientcityr.org for addi-
tional information and registra-
tion form.
The St. Augustine Spring
Art and Craft Festival will be
held Saturday and Sunday from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.! at the Special
Events/Francis Field near the
St. Augustine Visitor's Center.
More than 150 exhibitors will be
at the event. For more informa-
tion, call (904) 824-0716.


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At BB&T, we salute the commitment and bravery of our military men and women.
As a small token of our support, anyone opening a savings or checking account at
our financial center located at 6319 Roosevelt Blvd, beside NAS JAX and in front
of Super Target, will get a free "Support Our Troops" roadster kit, while supplies
last. Also, BB&T will be making a $25 donation to Operation USO Care Package
for every deposit account opened during the month of April.

Plus, anyone who comes to the office can enter to win the Salute Our Troops
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Subject to additional restrictions contained in Official Rules, available at the Ortega financial center located at 6319 Roosevelt Blvd. Member FDIC.


NAS Jax

hotline

established

NAS Jacksonville
has established a
hotline for serv-
ice members, Depart-
ment of Defense employ-
ees, contractors and
their families to call
during 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 evacua-
tion destination and to
verify ,if the order to
return to the
Jacksonville area has
been given. They can
also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency
Operations Center at
nasjax.eoc.fct@navy.mil
to relay their-status and
ask for assistance.
The hotline number
and email address are
for use during times of
emergency only.


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18 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 20, 2006
Investment 410 Condominiums Houses 420 Houses 550 Business 707 Driver
380 Properties 410 Condomi 420 Unfurnished Unfurnished 550 Opportunities
PE2/15348 BEACHES 1/1 fu's rentd, 1/2ck Westside- 2/2 stor- BUSY ST. GEORGE ST. m.
Westchase Ct. $285k. from ocean. Laundry JACKSONVILLE ageshed, patio,S within C$145K+ Invest. 15n
2 2rL minutes of NAS JAX, Call Jane 501-3215 ; r s
215-0220 free pool, pets ok. WE HAVE RENTAL $785rplus deposit OldeCarr.Realty Divers
$950m 477-640$ HOMES AND with Military clause.i $1000 S ign on
BEACHES, Ocean Grove HOMES ACall 4726907 LIQUOR LICENSE Clay 4 BonuS*
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lake, lO$1100m Must HOME FINDER REALTY 3/1 Bonus Room, NEW MPG-CAPS! $2000 Sign on Bonus*
rent! 251-5370 221-1711 OR 241.5501 Fenced Yard, Quietl Home Business! Residu- *Paid First 2 Weeks
BEACHES 2/2, 1st fir, full or rentalhouses.com REF REQ.$795/MO.s. Put It in ThTank WANTED! Drivers w2
amenities, gated, WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK OrPut It InTheBank. WANTED! Driversew/2
Sparkling clean. $1100 JCP/OAKS 4/2 LR/DR/Den 2BR DAESNMALL COTTAGE, www.greyhawk.myffibizcom ClassA CDL-Hazmat
mo + sec. 904-613.2569 w/FP, Tile, Cvd Pat, NO WD HOOKUP, QUIETI PRINTING BUSINESS-full Home most wknds
."W&D, CuldeSac$1395 REFREQ.$595/MO.778-2897 color, full service. *NEWPAYPACKAGE
'il l- Fleming Is. 904-230-1748 T W'SIDE-2/2storage ced to sellquickl $.34-.38/mile
SPlantation Condo- JTB- 2/2 condo, shed, patio, within 280k. 678-656-3352 /OP ay $.90/mile
Rehab Draw Up Front 1845s8, 3/2S.5, rand reserve, mins. of HAS Jax, .+ fuel supplement
NoPre Pay Penalties arage. For n1)' hodges, near JTB, $785 plus deposit w/ RESTAURANT FOR LEASE $.01 Safety Bonus
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*36.Hour Closings community "A rated other amenities, Palatka. For details call Paid Vac & holidays
Highest % LTV schools, pools golf, w/d/furn incl, W'side GLEN EAGLE RTO 386-325-1055 Optional Health Care
No Money DOwn tennis, voleyiall, $950/mo, 305-240.0003 2373sf, Exec brick 4/3
100% Financing included. Available 17mi to lax, near librar VENDING MACNINES -30 Programs that include
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cell: 908 803-4287 remod CHA hrdwd $2250. Call 891-6138 Prem um Prog,
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rnearJaTB 384-4080 or cen I F u707-1235ch&a, HW Firs, Fenced.
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incl., $950/mo, $1150m. 904-737-2542 ,
Lender#00 7305-240-0003 MacCleny, FL Luxury 800-723-3424 for info
Lender # L10000047767 ICW, Avanti Condos on 3004SF at 1595. mins -
Kernan /Bch 1/1 scrnd to JAX. New 5br/351ba Education and DRIVER/LOCAL
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Lane ave S. Corners on S875m. Ca 434-1i8 MANDARIN 3/1, ve A Training Class A CDL New eqpt
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existing 5 rental units. View Close To Shop- GHS/904-529-8022 E A L E STATE 6Schools potential. Home every
904783-1928/887-4822 pin And Theater. MANARIN Dan JonS 610pecialtyTraining/ 401K and health incls.
FRAME HOUSE AS QUAD 11 mo. 7 M. Orarcdw/d, &MANDARIN Associates In Events 4A y and heathilns.
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code; investor w/zon- otion. $1200m+000dwww.ERADANJONES.
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or 305- 215-0354 solarium, full ameni- M'BURG 2000sf, 4/2 in Townhomes, and ed .I.aleS
INVESTORS ties, great loc. 200-2849 The Retreat off CR218 Condominiums Medical Career p ?' -
1316 Steele Street, 32209 Jax Bch 2/2 THE PALMS $1200mo. $600 first mo 1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms Train in less time
4BR/2BA, Tenant occupied @ Marsh views, gated, special, 904-886-4627 $525-$1600 thanyouthink DRIVERS
$667/mo. 24hr gym&pool $1050. Middleburg Inthe Career Service Available We're EXPANDINGR &
1368 W. 13th, 32209 mo. call Katie 803-0755 Ridaught Landing Sub Following Areas: Financial Aid available need Class A CDL comp
3BR/1BA, Tenant occupied LEASE OR PURCHASE 2864 Tuscarora Trail Northside for those who qualify drivers & O/O. No touch
$600/no LEASE OR PURCNASE R 3/2/2 1412sf $995 Training includes an
TdO Mgt Svc 241125 BUY OWNER FAT MMT OP Oceanway freight. Com drivers
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MINOR REHAB 3br/lba, Call Eddie. 954. 605- 2947 MURRAYHILL Victoria Point Sanford Brown Institute O/. Regional runs
1100sf on db lot, sub r 9044064666 Completely Remodeled Arlington 10255 Fortune Pkwy, ste 501 keep you home most
dbv, worth $135K, $95K New Fleming Island 3/19 0 OK Sothide Jacksonville, FL, 32256 n/tes kndsCaJiom
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JJ 1845 sf, 3/2.5 & gar. NEPT. BCH 3/1,gar, w/d Intercoastal West Apply in person at BP
385 Miscellaneous ForRent/Lease. newly remod, fnc y WestsidREAL ESTAT Express, 1700 Flag
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schools,ch ools, golf, tennis, $1400m+dp. 904,881-6296 Macclenny 1IWeek DayCClasssMay71 FL 32209
FORECLOSURE! volleyball included. C 5- 4 8 Week Eve Class May17
6bed/3bath. Only Avail May 1, 2006. $1250mo NORTHSIDE CALL 757-3466 Superior Instruction
$13,200! For Listings Call 904-803-4287 Rolling River Sub FOR OUR www.m rin.com Drivers wanted.
800-7 498124res I (94)1826.h55 Drivers wanted.
800-749-8124 x8987 O.P. Oakleaf, new 2/2, 3/2/2 1582sf $1095 RENTAL SPECIALS 6 $500 to $800 per
N'SIDE FORECLOSURE 2nd floor elevator April 1/2 Off wwwERADANJONEScom Florida Real Estate Institute $ to $ per
3bed, $5,000! amenities $995 mo FEDERATED MGMT GROUP week. Late
As is. For Listings 904 347- 9229/E:827 1967 (904) 7308060 ALLIANCE School Of model vehicles.
800-749-8124 x1002 OAKLEAF PLANTATION !!! NORTHSIDE Manufacture Mortgage Broker April 21st Work your own
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Wanted Won'tlast!291-4290 3/2/2 1850sf $1175 I ,,, 12
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ANGELO BUYS WDhkup, club hse, pool, N'SDE 2 &3BR/bath laundry facilities avail. (904) 88-8070 Airport Shuttle
ANGELO BUYS fitness ctr & more, N'SIDE 2 & 3BRs/lbath 904,772-7244/C:568-2903 Airport Shuttle
HOUSES CASH $1095mo 904-207-3215 ch/a, stove & frigde, ALLIANCE & Para Transit
Any condhandyman, OR RK Co esat No pets600-$700. YULEE- Fleetwood Title A ency School
Any ORG PRK Cottages at NO pets please. 708-8006 I omer lot 3/218. 0 drivers.
fire damaged, Oakleaf8 3/2.5. ic ar doublewlde 198.d
distressed, vacantor eas option v N'side(3) 3/2'sAllINewly 1400sfdeckr l904 8808070 d ries
AN CONDITION $1200mo. Call 553-5897 Remod. Off LemTurner w/above roundpool. T- -. 493 iew
ANY CONDITION..c 9216 4th Ave. $795. Near middle/high j:, r,, J' 493 5222 for interview
Apts/comm'l/residential PonteVedraBch,Ocean 2345Burgoyne Ct. off schools.$125,O r
NO DEALTOO BIG or Links.2/2, 2nd fir, fpl. Dunn Ave. $850. 10517 904,607.5304 :I'.r -r.
TOO SMALL !!! Walk to EVERYTHING Ashby $850. 687-4962 DUMP OWNER
Quick closings or $1150m. 904-285-0416 ALLIANCE HOME DPE OWNER
904- 626- 16365 N'SIDE RT6 Properties Mobile Home ALLIANCE HOME OPERATORS WANTED
d904- 66- 3 PONTE VEDRA BCH May 2to 5Bdrms, 1.2Bth, 427 LotRen INSPECTOR SCHOOL Tr a Carrers now
904-813-5253 1, 2/2 w/gar, 1st floor ch/a, newly renov, $550 Lot Rentals ,I.:, ntr ac q Irnterstar
Bated, ref's, $1250m -$800m o. 904-535-7461 h,'Er,. h ,,, i r. _r O operators i .re-
BUY HOUSES mo lease 766-3462 N'sideYuleeJNewk5/2.5 DOUBLEWIDE 1996 ,. T-.nre C -siSEni
FASTER !! PV 2bdrm condo con- 2 car garage, scrn orch 3/ d land needs soace r.1 .., rrk 1.2 Fuel' Cal
CALL MICHAEL. venientlyoc on AIA in sec sys 2900sf $165 Omo. work. (904) 880-8070 Jm.- 901 836 8539
860-3326 mer House Condos 83-. 2 insidetrailer.Dinsmore W EN E N
newly renov. w/new OAKLEAF PLANTATION Area $65K 693- 4452 WAREHOUSE-TOWN
PRIVATE INVESTOR carpet, paint and 1700sCanopyOaks 700 Domesin DELIVERY DRIoVER
wants income proper- appliances. Two units 4/2,1750sf.$1300/mo. rureeded r.A io,-)ps
ties will look at all, an bo ae 2br/2ba on Alomelnlud 430 Roommates 4. Babysiler- R ceu r1c Rba.
condition. Call 778-8727 level overlooking a Appliances&Blinds / needed al NASJAX. ,'FruI Cr,.eR
green on Oakbri doe RFALTY EXECUTIVES experience
golf course. Thisisthe 2733939 6106460 9AIrgfurn rm newhm, required, daysand WRECKER DRIVERS
best deal at the beach utils DSL, cbi, w/d, no hours TBD. Sa ary WE E
renting for $995. Als OAKLEAFPLANT.4/2, pet, NS.$500237-1834 negotiablecall r Rilba
/renting for $995. Also a Lease $1350m. or Buy niabca Wre ?r -- RClibcLi
3/2 for $1350. Also ahve $280K. Brand new incl. ARL- 2/2 includes, 904 908 0003 EO M lle-,r Female. CDL
Oceanfront. $1950mo. appl/blinds. 904-7599262 high speed inter- backgroundcheck r ar, + Commrn
For good renters only OAKLEAF PLANTATION inaround, hrdwd Babyster Needed J at670
Call im at 509-3947 3/2, amenities, sec sys, pools, replace, ated / NASJAl..,O 0.
RealEstate PVB/JAXBCH2/2$1300 all appls lawn mant propeOty, lmo.ep, ; :r, 709 Aiaion
Real Estate 1/15$875. Lotsof $1175. 904- 294-2470 $400/mo + util., Robert V709CATECN
for Rent amenities, gym,poo001, AKLEAF 4/2,2000sf, Meggs, 904 2343652 or AIRCRAF LINE
upgraded units. many upgrds, 1st month rmeggs@ju.edu :ur,. AIRCRAFT LINE SVC TECH
400Apartments 904-476-1214 free, no pets $1350mo. Dr's Lake 3/2 home on Housekeeper G-r. WIR I ri. C
Furnished PVB Spacious 2/2,2story lease option 608.8396 1/2 ac near lake, prefer needed near F r bn 1o m .2pm
45Apartments crnr unit, fpl. w/d, new OCEANFRONT St. Aug. fem. no drug/ alcohol ARGYLE Days annd .n Etl 1.0m255 pm
40Cdmntums renov. $1250m+elect. Bch 3/2, AC, great bch, $400mo+ utils, 652-4711d Hours D. Salary 1 5
410 Condominiums 1.240-38&0056 Iv msg new kit, $2000 m + dep. NORTHSIDE -1615W. neg. Background and
R etirementeS PVB/SUMMERHOUSE2/2 Ref. 904-384-7954 25th St. $100erweek, exp' req. EOE call 710 Indusrial/
415 Houses Furnished 1st fir ongolf crs, mile OP/OALAF PLANTATION 477 182 904 505 478 Trades
finished to beach, fpl 5 star, 4-4BR'S available, now n 705 0540^
4240 BeManufacturedion/ SAILCOVE-3/2,water 904-631-5664 pr.r DUCT CLEANING
Homes REGENCY -Brand new rnie5i aJc smoker roommate 7 5 F inacal TRUCK OPERATOR
ap 4 Cu sIsland- 4/2, 2 cargar, T a u s area. arC,,.od Drt ,n ecra a
430 Roommates 887-4146, 651-2222 appl, fncd bk yd $1400m Utilities Included, COLLECTORS rr., .- 0f-WP. Indoor
435Rooms to Rent +sec. 904-237-7745 $450/mo calliNhan CRS ,,0k,ng cTr exp 0 C,Tn,[,,fl 39677.i
440 Beach/Vacation/ SAIL COVE -3/2, water 904-631-5664 ',ie,orB &,pr., p or .
Resorts vie w, $1275 mo Orange Park Beautiful. & Ulr.I ,l -"r t, -,.3A A C SHEET METAL
445Storage/Mini- 941-320-8154 Brand new 4/3 2400sf ST. AUG Unfurn rm inhm. _.-. hr a8.,. r0.al MECHANICS& HELPERS
LockrsgeAWGRA- BEAC CLU lots of upgrds! $1495m N/S, $475-$500 incl util's N i c.c a Imisles. arn. Need E c p required.
Lockers SAWGRASS BEACH CLUB Must see! 904-463-5499 & cbl. Call 904.797-7489 r.q p:,ar.l -ellrd Ep rquird.
450Management/Rental Efficiency, Furnished, w/ner,[i Call Dar n,:, I AppPy 3562 Lenu, Ave.
Services Just Across Ocean, w/d. ORTEGA- Brand new 4/2, W'S- Male or C: ,:,q; np.E M.F. e. D AveWP
455 Wanted to Rent CALL (904) 242.0411 2g w/bonus rm, 2500sf female, 3 bedroom 3 1 2..:rE C- I 3 Ie Dru I
Open fir plan, scrnprch, 3I housew/grage, ,r'6Dru
South Jax Beach Condo grt view from Mstr BR & $600 includes FrW. .rkir.la.- BOBCAT OPERATOR
Ocean view,3firs, 1/2 FRof lake. Comm.pool. utilities,cable& inter- CREDIT UNDERWRITER ,r B,c, 3rsruci.n c lean
blockfrom ocean.2/2 $1395m. 916-16-3551 neteSm.estoNASJAX, -r u iotrlanuiz,_.urtO CI.-. ar drd e r. ic. a
400 Apartments Furn'd, 2 car gar. PONTE VE BEACH call Chris 904982.3344 F unrc.- ht. MUST..alr i-r 101., hr
m Furnished $1700mw/min 6 mth sAWGlRArsTPgatedECH-ri'n-od r-Cdli cTll JtB, a S1092.6h
lease. 904.280.0192 SAWGRASSrTPC1gated
*ARL -REGENCY INN dpewen@bellsouth.net 3/2 tileWD scrn porch 43 Rooms er.n .:.i r3rn CARPENTERS
fpl, fenced yard, pets '435 to Rent '3 "".r_ ,,nn,n i .rIb r,c' CARPENTERS
*WEEKLYSPECIALS!,5 S'side 1Villagio new lux. ok, lawn care incl'd '3r rnob--_.- CAPE
$139-7 DAYSTAY condo 2stry c urnunit $1350/mo. 770-992-5343 -i ,, ar- i -. or R..cde.t, irramng
(904)'725-5093 2/2.5+stdy, gated all 678-488-4595 ARLINGTON 223 1111 -.[ 243 .1ann a
_ amenities, $1275. LUXURY ROOMS (].realideneraa,,cPin
s 904886-4248/613-7173 PVB -BE. of AIA 3/2 + ofc w/Microwave & Refrig! ,AcaounlinJ sub re... .K 93 l.: ii
5 Apartments 904-886-424863-773 2000sf., court yrd pool, Low Daily/WkIy Rates.V c91
shedHlawn/pool Svc pets 10% Off for Wk y Room! 7 Bookkeeping CA
Unfu-nishe_4_ 15 Houses ok. $1900. 904-703-0242 KINGS INN (904)725.'3343 CLASS"A"
415 Furnished PVB -SAWMILL LAKES AP CLERK INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC
ARLINGTON -3/2PV SAWMILL LAKES n ARLREGENCYINN* I 4p arr i.for 3rd snifr Mainte.
$150 DEPOSIT BCHS,ICWCANAL,4/3, lawn care, close to *WEEKLYSPAECALS!Y *:: -n reled r.,n. Cr l Musi n3'
.Unfurnished Studios boatlift, tastefully furn schs $1900234-6655 7 DAY ST904)7255093 rrd_ 'r :., P s pls 9. r di. We
-Pool- Fitness Ctr-Fishing w/home gym, pool tbl, PVB -Turtle Shores, 4/2.5 ri.:t ;BCm r Es CfeEDrug iree
-Conv to Town & Beaches $3000m. Pool & Iwn Svc custom 2 story, priv beach CLAY CO. mstr BR Suite 'u[,rripr-m- ii IL0r ,..r Cr, p I a .,: e 4 0 1 K,
FROM $75 MO incl.904-223-6850 access, amenities6 piv. poolent. furn, incs hrpositon .rhrealt.com
$1900mo. 904-819-6626 bills/cable + DSL + hse hpo ly HoIl, d3-h lVaation.
Furn & Unfurn 420 Houses RAVINES GOLF& ron2sm +dep 707 ApI, Gi9m.3Build
Willow Lakes of Arl Unfurnished CC-3/2 w/large Nside $90 week + De, 2 2926.
73 vgrt rm, eatinkit.+ N'side $90 week + Dep
7703HareAve. N dnrm.2cargar access to kitchen n r I ,O-904R s26 7736
$500 Down U OWN and golf cartgar. restrooms, on busline, TRUCK DRIVER -i0 3"5:A
725 -0303 Al, Areas 1st Mo. FREE $1195/mo. 9042106062 m. 2 wks, 768-8110 i, T r D 3r ,R u : CONCRETE LEAD FORE-
EZ QUALIFY ii.,',,r deim.tr7 M~lust MAN HELPERS Insu-
Avondale2/1.5CH/A, Lrg Call the Hotline 3881208 SOUTHSIDE 3/2 2carg, OP Efficiency, furn, sm r.lo ia.:,to r.dunlo3a lated concrete form
rms/clst, $695; R'side water view culdesac, refrig, microwave, I n, iruc,:r, Ro .constructon Layoutl.
2/$650 wtr incTilefirs Amelia Park Townhome! great for famculdey. cable off street parking, aiRaerc. ra .orm seltrin LPdh o .
Sm. pets ok. 786-1090 Garden District 3/2.5, $1575m 904-737-7313 $100 dep. + $395 mo Fru,t C,:.e aas vac. 70 4648
mstr suite dwnstrs, crtyd Avail 5/1 Call 215-9416
Fernandina, Your search & upstairs patios, w/d SOUTHSIDE -3/1
is over brand new apts 2cg No smoking. Petdep. w/d hook up, 1 car ar., ST. MARYS- room ..;'. ..- -.:-
starting at $590mo. Call $1600m+dp. 904-387- 6206 large backyard. to rent, private OUR-HlSmt- -. Ii
Suziea. 904-2772500 ARGLE 3/2 EAT R $1025/mo, / bath/entrance. ,'.
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM, Electric included. Non-smoker. Call -
ICW Brand New Wolf FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO, CALL STEVE 631-4957 cell 322-8698, $450/mo
Creek 2/2 Twnhse SECSYS, FENCEDBACKYARD. 5U____H_____b ,ickI
Screened lanai. W/D. REFREQUIRED$995778-2897 SOUATHSIDr3/2,nbhcm Commercial/
Great Ic. $1075 mo + AFLA rm, Irg front & back Commercial/
$200 dep. 5373535 ARGYLE 8121 Bones d, laundry, 5850mo + 500 Industrial
M'BURG Lrg 1/1 cottage $975mo / $975 d ep. SOUTHSIDE ______ _
apartment $650m+dep. 777-0691 6953388 SUTHSlDE.
uis luded Call ARGYECinnm Lake Sail Cove Condos BRENTWOOD AVE. 3400sf
utils included Call ARGYLE Cinnamon Lakes 1000 Gate Parkway #624 EasyAcess. $90_- ., ,
Jeri 304-8881, 2 '91-1580 3BR 2BA $1195, Fireplace 1 30mut28f 5w1 4f KEasy iAccessh. 38$299,900. ,
NORTHSIDE Kit Equip 1425 Squarea Ft. Screened Patio Bishop Realty of NE Fla Inc
S. NORTHSIDE VA3RNDT RE 385-3540 FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
S L o heR ARGYLE FOREST 4/3/2 (904)730 8060 NC Store +cabin $99,990.
. ,'. Accepted. Formal DR, FL rm, frpl, SOUTHSIDE 3/2.5, 1 car BshZned om9 m rci 9 r
-; -I 5 S99 Deposit! fend yard, $1500mo. gar, new constr. cbl, owner -newbranch4comr
NoA Fee Pets ok. 850-864-3715 ph, hi sp net, secsys owner@newbranch.com
S(904) -1510 ARL -3/2, 1300sf, 2 car 422445 Near 295& Wilson. 1ac,
RIVERSIDE 3/3 $650 ch&a g r, 1000 on$1000dep HERITAGE LANDING Retal/fc Bankd 225k
1350SF, Fpic, WD Hkp 206-271-0636 New 4br, 2300sf. Club Also off Ati. Blvd 12Ksf
Water n RWN T Arlington- Near JU Hse $1400916.479-3626 Ofc CG2 $130k Poss:,ible o dio.: 1. r h.
VANSANDT RE3893540 3/2,1700sf, car ST. AUG/PALENCIA 4/3, 904 771-0001/591.1657 lr.r.,ir,,,.,,n i ,,n., Iiir, ,rd rtilbilri ha-
SAN MARCO garage,r car 2800sf, htd pool & aa ,r,.r. L-:,iar,. ,- ner,. C1 1,.. r.,lllr, i le-dr n
1 Speia driveway, $3100m. Pets ok. GaeCe rl w,,d Lrr.. & -o ., ,r if I tT laI n
CALL 398 -9492 d $10/mo. close 757348 1362. Furn neg. 505 Industrial ,Ir, ..1 .... i .,..... ...r...gr
proximityto 9Aand ST. JOHNS3CO. Racetrack For Rent :.,T. I :,:- 'u I ,.-nu 1,1' .-,O-, U
shopping areas. Please Rd. new 3/2.5 TH+loft & foet :""____ulir_,._i
$650, 1122F, ch&a End 904-234-3652 or unit, $1300.9042494146 WESTSIDE -, pr,,r,,I, :r ,r,:l ,, nl ,hn
UVntNS it Euip, W s nossralsuva@hotmail.com WarehoST. MARYS, use for lease. u" .. i .

NFNCEDY NOB D POLOKP 3 or 4BR/lba 1700sf, tsl fenced yard, club Only $2.60/sf. nnn Our Jacklsonville office has immediate
REF QUIRED $595LB7L7E48 Kingsbury $580 465-3301 of upgrades, 2400 sf, Co. 356-2228 Realtor openings for:
R7 Atlantic Beach/ ARMED DRIVER/GUARDS
WESTSIDE Brand new M a y p ort 3 / 2 SAN JOSE-1300sf, 3br, E Office Space RM
apt., 3/2 off 103rd, close \,| Garage, large 2ba, great quiet 515 ForRent l* ilhl .r
to NAS. $875. Call fenced backyard, neighborhood,lOS1050mo. ForRent i r
Walter 318-2004 bay windows, skylights 904-742-6686
in o r e d $ 1 1 0 0 m o V e n e tia / O rte g a 3 / 2 $ 8 9 5 S t a rt in g a t $ 3 2 5 u t ils ,-,. . ,-r . . .. '1 I o r :,,1 d
410 Condominiums 252-622.3029 Completely Renovated included. GOING FAST!! .. -. r. :l -df.r. ,U .. -..-
BRYCEVILLE Luxury VANSANDTRE 31 6F3403 CallRod343-8922 ....-- .. ..'-:,:r ro.,,. l,
ARLINGTON iBrand new 2200SF at $1395. 1AC lot ANO BCH ST AUG 2/2 NEW OFFICE SUITES t ."-,...,..i ,".I .,, ,plr'
2nd fir gated, Quite .94 5 466 2 priv bch access, gated 1,920 sf to 11,520sf L,..-l,, ',:n "1 i"', ::' -,, r l,,:r .. ,t i ti.:
2nd flr, 3BR/2BA, Quite. 904-757-3466 comm. 1600m+i1mo Eastpark Great location! ,T,-, .. ..~,r,,.,-, ,i i r,,.i. ..I
$1200/Best. 221-6005 CLAY CO. 4/3, new Exec dep Yr mo 904-814-6915 (904) 998-9339 o ,, -1 :.- ,,:,r, .::.. :Ii,:II"., I
ARLINGTON The Oaks, in Southbanks, award h PROFOFFICES- No long I
3/2.5 1429 sf, w/d, tile' winning fir plan. 2500SF W BeachPes, Pablo term leases. 1min. to L.-.lon.: :. i,, li.., ... ,.,
wood firs, fen yrd, pets $1500mo. Call 534-4080 Point, 3/2 large fenced dwntwn, conf rm & :,,,r .',._', .,,., :,, .: ., b .:t ,- r,
Ok $950 786282. 0242r DUVA Sig treed yard Ig. ElK for- recept area. 612-4501 I r,- :.: '. it,
Tinseltown, 3/2, 1600sfrs ing rooms, family tub, new kit apl., new
w/upgrades, gated kitchen, fireplace. TDO Mgmt Svc 24& 1125 Plse apply onl.ne a wwwJoomfargo corn
$15OOmo. $1500 dep: Michelle 705-5004 tdorealestate.com I U or call (904) 398-2090 for an a.ppomnmienL.


616-3669 .0 FLEMING IS Westside 4/2 *- ECE -F1 F-. D Drug.Fre V.':,rl.pl3c
WS/SAN JOSE 1 PLANTATION-3/2.5 $900mo. $900dep. 97J T 008
bd/bth; $850./mo $500 SE town home, great No pets
bd/lbth; 850./mok $500 amenities and 904-276-2129 Financial
dep.;sm pets ok; 850sf schools. $1100/mo, PCS
904-252-4373 850 (904) 269-3614 WESTSIDE 550 Business
Timothys Landing Opportunities
BAYMEADOWS/9A 2/2 ICW/Ashley Wood off 7724 Highchair Lane Dstributorships/
New $999 12005 f Kernan Rd.4/2, 2cg, Irg 1 3/2/1 1500sf $995 5 i'E0 ps
Elevator, pool, workout, yd, culdesac $1450m+dp. 1/2 off 1st Month's Rent Franchises
gated, corian cntrtops. Bryan Realty 398-1210s FEDERATED MGMT GROUP 560 Financial Services
tile. 9046528412 ngs (904) 730 8060 565 Money to Lend
BAYMEADOWS STONE- 4/2, 1700sf gar, conv, to Whispering Pines 2/2 TH or Borrow
BRIDGE -sec. gt, pool, base, fen yd. no pets, scrnd prch, kit equip'd, 570 Mortgages Bought WW...- MIS F AG0. C 0.
fitness & more, 3/2 $1500mo. avail mid May tiled dwnstrs $800m and Sold
$1195. 904-237-8707 904-472-0025 $800dep 904,269-0733 '- "

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Jacksonville's Best Home Values Are West Of The River!


BARR !INGTO!NicI COVA EEil


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 a


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Homes Starting In The $190s!
* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
. Away from the traffic
* Conveniently located near
1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd.


WESONRZANC


Homes Starting In The LOW
* Peaceful country living just '
minutes from downtown!'
" Away from the traffic
* Conveniently located close to ..... "
1-295 and Normandy Blvd. ._..--.


For More Information, Please Call
904-783-217


For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968


For More Information, Please Call
904-764-9687


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


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Town Homes Starting In The $120s!
* Three spadcious floorplans to
choosefrom
* Homes available for
Immediate occupancy
* 2 or 3 bedrooms wit garages
* Community swimming pool


I For More Information, Please Call
904-854-7101


1-295 to 103rd St, West on 103rd to Ricker Road,
North on Ricker RdA to Tsmothys Landing on left


1-10 to exit 351 (Chaffee Rd.) North to US 90
(Beaver Stieet) West on Beaver St. to Halsema Rd.
North on Halsema RdL to Hunters Walk on the left


Homes Starting in The $190s!.
* Long awaited final phase NOW OPENI
" Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
available
* Conveniently located near
1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd.


ForMore Irformnation P!eOi.e CoilF '


1-295 North, exit left onto Normandy Blvd, Fox Hill Farms
is located on the left before Chaffee Rd.

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Condos Starting In The LOW $ Os!


* Three decorated models
* BEST value on the Westsldel
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located close to
shopping and dining on
103rd St. just wes~ of 1-295

For More information, Please Call
904-425-4929


From 1-295 take 103rd St to Tr.mbe. Run or, lhe eight_


(-295 to exit 19 (Normandy B!vd.- SR 22B6 West on SR 228
approximately 7.6 mihes to Weston Ranch On the right


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Condos Starting In The LOW $7'.' --


" cozy, intimate Commnunity
" PeacefuI countryV settingJ
*Conveniaemtly oratud MIlrvied*
from downtown near 1-10
Appliances included witl~h hrio1

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1-16 to Lane Avenue. South on Lne Ave to
Manotak Ave iRight on Manotak Ave to Sallie Av -
Left on Salle Ave. to Manotak Oaks on the left

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* Gated community with private pool
* Conveniently located on Blanding
Blvd. near 1-295 and only 5 mfles
from NAS
* Surrounded by an abundance eof
nature and trees
* Homes ready for move n NOWI


For More information, Please Call
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OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Willson Blvd. JAX. EOE
DRYWALL FOREMAN
With commercial, office,
interior exp. We are
looking for a long-term
employee. Exc bnfts.
Please call Tenant
Contractors 268-1008 or
fax resume 268-8995
ELECTRICIANS
Supervisors 3 years exp
for new Jacksonville
division for large elec-
trical contractor, must
be able to run 2-3
projects at the same
Ime. clean driving
records. $$ Great pay &
benefits. DFWP. Fax
resume to 904,213-7874
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS for local and out of
twn comm'l projects.
401K, med Ins, drug test
req'd. 813-635-9482
ELECTRICAL
ESTIMATOR
Exp'd In small commer-
cial FT employment/
References req Talla-
hassee area Benefit
Package DFWP Semi-
nole Electrical Services,
Inc. 850-545-6787
EC13003044
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
PIPELAYERS & LABORERS
with S years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904-751- 8944 between
6:30a& 8:30a
Growing Import
Dealership has the need
for top rated Service
Advisors/Parts Manager.
Are you the best? Great
benefits package.
Send Resume to:
PO Box 1949
Jacksonville FL 32231
C/O Florida Times Union
6786492-6805 Joe Valadez
HANDYPERSON
Shopping Center indus-
try. $12/hour M-F
7-3:30 904-731-5169
MANUFACTURING
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi-
tions, including forklift
operators, qualified
electricians, electro-
mechanical and line
operators. We offer a
real opportunity with
training, good pay and
benefits. We are
located West of Jack-
sonville in a growing
community. Contact
Sanderson Pipe at
275-2833 and ask for
H/R.
PAINTERS
with commercial &
residential experience.
tools & transportation.
632-v0500 DFWP
PAINTERS Experience &
transportation a must. New
construction custom
homes, No track
painters. Call Bruce
778-3720
PAINT SUBCON-
TRACTORS NEEDED
-liec/ins. req.
Call Jim 904-607-2933
PLUMBERS HELPERS
for new construction.
MUST have valid D/L,
DFWP. 384-4604

PLUMBERS Lic'd Jour-
neyman & Exp'd Help-
ers. Top pay, Vac, ben-
DFWP 641-0879
PLUMBERS, HELPERS
Excellent pay,
paid holidays
Apply in person
9020 Cocoa Ave
Clean DL required

Needed for residential
homes. Must have
Plumbing experience,
Journeymen License is
good, but not required.
Area range in South
Jacksonville to Palm
Coast. Great Pay, Truck
allowance, Bonus and
insurance. For inter-
view call Julie at
407-466-2382
SWIMMING POOL TECH-
Will train. Good Driving
record. 8647 Old
Orange Park Rd. 32073
Call 269-7277
WAREHOUSE/
PRODUCTION/
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Growing window & door
company now taking
applications in person
or fax 737-0769. Must
have clean driving
record & transporta-
tion. Carpentry skills a
plus. GREAT company
looking for GREAT
employees! 8174
Baymeadows Way W.
M-F 9-4
WELDERS W'side mfg co.
needs Flux core weld-
ers with 3-5 yrs exp.
Pay based on exp.
Apply in person at 4611
Dignan St. Jax, FI 32254

712 Mechanic
AUTO TECHS- for sev-
eral locations in the Jax
area. 5 day work wk.
Earn up to $21/hr +
great benefits. Exp &
tools reqd. ASE cert a
plus. Call 537-9085
AUTO TECH
Great pay & benefits
5 days. paid holidays &
vacation. DFWP
S'slde 26 03438.

713 Legals
LEGAL SECTY/ASST For-
Mandarin law office.
Strong transactional or
real estate exp. req'd.
Professional, detail
oriented, organized &
have exc WP 6/7/8 &
Word skills. Competi-
tive salary & benefits.
Fax resume to Wycke
Hampton 880-5352

714 Insurance
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
for growing agency
needed. Exp pref. & exp
considered. Fax res &
salary req. 262-4333
INSURANCE
440 OR 220 LIC'D AGENT
for non-standard agcy.
Will train. Salary DOE
W'slde area. 771-9777

715 Management/

ASST MGR -Mgt co.
looking for asst mor.
for high-rise bldg
downtown. AMSI exp a
plus. Fax resume
904-356-6700
Hairstylist Exp needed
in Argyle multi-culture
salon. Inquire. 778-9878
New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610
PROJECT COORDINATOR
Temporary Part Time
position available
immediately at FCCJ to
coordinate implemen-
tation of Army's new
Tuition Assistance
o licy at the college.
minimum Req's: Bach-
elor degree & 3 years
general business expe-


rience. Must be
detailed, have high
-level computer skills,
able to meet deadlines,
and work with a team.
For more information
p lease e m ail
kjohns@fccj.edu.

720 Medical
BACK OFFICE F/T
San Marco area, exp
ra'd. Benefit- v3.l
3ble Fa. r. uisr-
"J', 2 :6F


720 Medical
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
HEALTH INFORMATION
MANAGEMENr
Coordinate HIM
Dept. Assists with QA
Program. Coding expe-
rience and Supervisory
skills a must. College
and/or special training
in HIM Field
Great Benefits
and Salary
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
PH. (386)496-2323
FAX (386)496-1611
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
ARNP/PA
Small acute care critical
access hospital
ER experience preferred,
FT/PT/PRN
Great Benefits and Salary
For further information,
please visit our website:
wwwlakebutlerholsital.com
PH. (386)496-2323
FAX (386)496-1611
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL-
SANITATION AIDE FT
LEAD DIETARY AIDE FT
CERTIFIED LABORATORY
TECH-PRN-W/call
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.com
PH. (386)4986- 23
FAX (386)496-1611

for Front & Back office.
Must be able to multi-
task. Need profes-
sional appearance,
articulate. Exp a must.
Full time, benefits. Fax
resumes to 904-493- 6560
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Allergist office seeking
bright people oriented
self starter, F/T Fax
resume to 636-9102
NURSE
Pediatric Office, Manda-
rin. F/T. Excellent Ben-
efits. Fax resume to
904-292-9737
RN -Fast paced ASC
looking for FT RN, no
weekends, no call,
benefits pkg, fax
resume to 356-8680
SURG TECH & CENTRAL
PROCESSING TECH -FT,
ASC positions avail
*Surg Tech, eye exp a
plus. *Cent Proc -Will
train. Fax res 356-8680

724 Education
DIRECTOR for small
Christian Daycare
CDA & Dir. Tng req'd.
San Marco Area
Call 396-3398
Education
Massage Therapy & ,
Medical Billing/
Coding Instructors
Change Lives, Teach and
Work in a Wonderful
Family Atmosphere!
Are you ready for the
best career move of
your life?
Advanced Career Train-
ing, part of a leading
private, postsecondary
educational system has
immediate opportuni-
ties for ful -time,
part-time and substi-
tute Massage Therapy
and MedicasBilling and
Coding instructors in
beautiful Jacksonville,
FL. Our mission is to
prepare our students
for employmentin their
chosen career by pro-
viding, industry, vali-
dated education in a
positive and caring
environment. We want
you to help us change
lives for the better!
Primary/Essential Duties
and Responsibilities:
-Prepare and deliver
dynamic lectures
*Facilitate an energetic,
interactive classroom
environment
"Promote skill building
through demonstra-
tions, lab time and
hands on opportunities
-Manage a carefully
organized classroom
environment.
Essential Skills and
Experience:
-Significant experience
in the field of Medical
Billing and Coding or
Massage Therapy
-National Certifications
preferred
"Minimum Certifications
for the field required
-Strong professional
affiliations desired.
We offer an excellent
salary, outstanding
work schedules and
extremely .:ompet.r., .
benefits p a: .oge
Medical, Dentl ,5 )lK .1I
offered to en-.', ees
working 20 or ,rr.i're
hours. For on0 d ,' .-
ation, plea se t r,. or'.
your resume .., i 3m..1
herrb@actal.:,bai rr.rr
or fax to: 9-i -i i,60
EOE M/F/D/V
This is the c-r.p.:rturit,
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725 Office/
7 Clerical

Administrive Assistant
for Local Real Estate Office
Bi-Lingual a plus
MS- office/ Data Entry
Strong Customer Service
salary up to $23,000.
please fax or e-mail resume
Fax: 904-288- 7993
email: klrwl75@kw.com
RECEPTIONIST/ CLIENT
LIAISON -PT nights,
weekends, holiday.
people skills req.
Fax resume 223-3084

Professional/
730 Personal
Services
STYLISTS- NAIL TECHS ,
MESSAGE THERAPIST-
Now Hiring -salary,
booth rental avail. Must
have 3-Syrs exp. Prof
person for prof. atmo-
sphere, must have
good custsvc skills.
You may bring your
own clientele. 282-3839

735 Restaurants/
Hotels

DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399.1110
HOLIDAY INN ORANGE
PARK hiring front desk
clerks and banquet
setup staff. Experi-
enced preferred but
willing to introduce
outgoing, career
focused applicants to
the hotel industry.
Apply in person at front
desk. 1-295 & US 17
* Housekeepers
* Display Kitchen Cook P/T
5Houseperson
* Engineer
Courtyard Marriott
Apply in person
atJTB & 1-95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-296-2828
EOE/DFWP
HOWARD JOHNSON
INN & SUITES
is now hiring for:
Front Desk & Auditor
Exp'd preferred. Apply
4300 Salisbury Rd. N.
SALES MANAGER &
BANQUET MGR-Mid
size full service hotel
seeking outside sales
manager and banquet
manager for growing
operation. Candidates


must display excellent
communication skills,
flexibility and attention
to detail. Send resume
to Box # 10417375A,
c/o FIa Times Union,
1 Riverside Ave,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
SERVERS & BARTENDERS
Lunch and dinner shifts
-, adI for Toiern,.'s
-'.5 -,:oo_: 61.d _t"7
P'r. "2i 4350,


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737 Real Estate 830 Cahire
Agent Coordinator Ucensed In. Home
for Local Real Estate Office Daycare (2) openings
BI.-Lingual a plus &l| for Infant or
FL. Real Estate Licence Req'd. 1 toddler located In
Internet Proficient/Data Base Odkleaf Plantation
Management Oakleaf Plantation
Please fax or e- mail resumeat
fax: 904-28& 7993 O 8 2 Health/
e-mail: klrwl75@kw.com 862 Beauty
INVESTOR ASST -Work
outside the office. Argyle Forest- Multi-Cul-
Great pay, education, ture Salon. Booth renters,
Car, cel ph & email req. 1st mo, $100 wkly 778-9878
CaI 260-0000 876 ___ non i
7t Painting/
745 Sales O Wallpaper

Loan officers needed for Painting & Hm Repairs
mtg lender No job to small,
$1IK signing bonus, all guaranteed, Free
mktg provided, Estimate. Cell 509.6242
base/commission,
experienced only,
benefits and 401k, 902 Appliances
Fax resume to 726-0438
or call 726-9038. DISHWASHER
-a Kenmore
POWER DIS BUTION stainless steel,
SALES $300,904 269 9527
WE ARE EXCITED a DRYER Kitchen
We are a growing CO. aid. Largecapacity,
who is seeking an exp. 6 yearsold, very
sales person who will good condition,
be responsible to sell $125 or best offer,
our service business to 268-8919, white.
customers including
but not limited to a FISH TANK-SS'gallon,
industrial electrical cherry wood color
contractors, utility \lj with pump & flsh top
providers, and all other included call 7782464
significate power users.G, E Side by Side
We specialize in the | efrSidge or SId
sales, calibration and I | codgrator, good
remanufacture of M fcondton,almond,
power distribution can dsvelivrr,$12,
equipment. A strong cal 904-733-0023
business ethics, and a KENMORE-4 burner,
acumen for sales is a T gas stove w/digital
tomer base in Jax and waterheater.Both
surroundin areas is a $20 obo, 912-674-1797
plus. We o fer a base
salary and commission KENMORE- heavy duty
of saies, company paid f washer and dryer,
benefits, simple IRA frigdaire heavy duty
match, car allowance. dryer, both $135 obo,
Please fax e-maill your 912 -674 -1797
resume to: 904.225-9834 7
joyce@industrialgroups.com Microwave-GE
Sover-the-stove
SALESPERSON JL2 spacemaker,
For Industry Leader In black, 30 In. $75,
Manufactured Homes. call 269-1478
Earning Potential R EFrDERO-
$40,000-$100,000 REFRIDGERATOR-
Plus Benefits! it Magic Chefo 23 cubic
FAX RESUME 783- 9598 i| ft. Ice maker, self
OR CALL TODAY 783.8385 defrosting, very clean,
works great, $150 obo,
WORLDWIDE DEBBIE 568-4813
RESERVATION CENTER -
HAS AGENT POSITIONS REFRIDGERATOR-
AVAILABLE FrnideyidaH e
INBOUND CALLS, -s .
COMPUTER EXP. $350, white. Whir-
REQUIRED ALLSHIFTS / pool dishwasher. $50.
WEEKEND/NIGHTS white. Whirlpool over
MUST TYPE 35WPM, PAID ange microwave. $50,
TRAINING PROVIDED all exc. condition.
MUST HAVE EXCELLENT 904 771 5208
GUEST SERVICE SKILLS kRehlgerator Side by
FAXRESUMETO allnewcomponents.
o777-716o3 r GE 25.4 culn, Ice waler
NEXCOM PERSONNEL n n fe at
LOG 554 NAS, JAX EE in door., 912 -882 -6444
warranty, $500
750 Technical/ WasherDryer-
Engineering 7 years old,
eclle condi-
CHEMICAL ENGINEER: 75 tion,819004
$175 obo call 81t 9004
Galnesville, Fl. Apply by for more info.
04-27-06 People First at lor more to.
http://peoplefirst.myflorida
.com 9 BAFor Sales
PARTY CHIEF EXPD o Sale
recon knowledge a must
mtg survey knowledge a n BARBIE DOLLS
must; immed position new & in boxes.
Drug Free call 779-2062 'tl Will email list,
____________ prices vary.
Call after 1800
752 Warehouse 9042879518
CLERK/CHECKER- night u5r.a. 904 u T92
shift (some selecting a 9
/loading also) large CABINET-Storage.
paper-Jan/San dist Full store your CD'
time/benefits avail 1 DVD'sorVHS
Apply 4102-7 Bulls Bay v tapes. Woodgrain,
Hwy EOE/DFWP with lockable doors, on
Beaches- WAREHOUSE, wheels, S70.268 2482
Ship/Receive w/com- DAY BED with
puter exp.; FT, benefits. maHress, white,
Fax resume 904-241-0984 S' $50 hot wheels
EOE/ DFWP collection, S.50
each, old and new,
WAREHOUSE/DRIVER 269-4503
Immediate opening Dr. IHASR-n
Lic. req'd. Clean record. DISHWASHER-Ken
Good pay, benefits. mre u white,2 never,
Calls877.445.7341. system w games.

755 Miscellaneous games $1, eachll .2
SDRESSES-beauti-
ASST TO DIR I ,l prom dresses,
ASST TO DI J szes 14&15,
FT/PT. Director seeks 5 excellent condi-
individuals to assist tion, choice of lavender
with expanding office. or aqua Call 317-5014
$700/wk pot. 733-9421 FOR SALE Large richer
recliner 150 or best
FIELD TECH offer. 771- 3421
First Coast Fire & FuTON w Serta
SSafety Equipment / mattress, S100.
Sales exp. helpful I ltalian wood comp.
Good pay/benefits. desk. 1St25,2003
Call 904-346-0111 Ford exploreer running
boards, 5200.813 1336
FURNITURE C COLFBAG

PREP& & L 2646652
ASSEMBLY JET POWER CHAIR
ASSMBYk er,e.s t5n. $JK.
Lf HOTPOINT u.prr,
This entry level rre:er.87t. -C
position offers: great ..inmd.:... unI KENMORE
opportunities with a .r,-rg. erfcint iol,.
unique & successful 912-576-9534
retail Co. No late
nights or Sundays. Kenmore washer dryer
& dishwasher larg-
Appl in person 3t CDaC5II ,'n.-'. 1sacr.
Wo.SVjuFurniture rle,: c S1 )',' .3628
700 -18S Blanding 37.-11i7
Blvd Ora.nge Park o Mess Dress blue and
Swhlote jackets with
HmCa attachment% size 42L
Home Cleaners Both for $225.
$200.$400/Wk Phone 778-4104
Part Time/Full Time MESS DRESS-
| Mos, blue and
Perm & Temp positions "J, while, jackets with
S Work near home attachments, size
" Flexible daytime sched. 42L Both for S225,
Must have car phone 778-4101
Arl/S'side 425- 3085 ROCKER wicker,
Beaches 242.8235 end tables, coffee
Mand/Wside 731- 7453 t;1 table, chests,
baskets, metal
INSULATION INSTALLERS shelves, director chairs,
Will Train, Apply at Gale excellent deals,
Insulation 5808 Mining must go. 866 7348
Terrace, EOE DFWP STROLLER- Eddie
/ Bauer Stroller w
INVESTOR ASST -Work e excellent condi-
outside the office. lion, 130 call 317-5034
Great pay, education. S c 3-5
Car, cel/ph & email req. Treadmill S100, 4x6,
Call260-0000 trailer $300, riding
LAWN TECHNICIAN& lawnmower, $300.
LAWN TECHNICIAN & small freezer, $60.
TERMITE TECHNICIAN 2 bakers racks, $100,
Exp pref but will train Chevy Pick up 97'
F/Mon-Fri Sam- Spm; $5500, 904-27,- 7352
S9ood pay, benefits. TREADMILL $100,
Tall B & B 389.323 4x6 trailer, $300,
MAINTENANCE PERSON Ij7' riding lawnmower,
-AC certified/ certifi 3 5300, small freezer,
apts and rental in Lake $100 Chevy 199
City, FL. Fax resume to Pickup. $1500,
386-758 -8017 904 272 7352
SU R Treadmill. Fits under
CAMP LEADERS & microwave for over
COUNSELORS "" oven $50, Weslo
Needed for accredited ibiy HI55 $50 384-4296
Child daycare, Fax bIcycle, 6055, $50, 384-4296
resume 904-366-9209 a Upright Vacuum
or call 665-0102 l cleaner, $20,
1l, antique milk can,
Child ^ hand painted $45,
830 Child VCR player, $15,
Care car radio, $25, boom- box,
4, Experienced Home a, VHS MOVIES
Care Provider In l.T Too many to list.
Arlington Area certi- ti)' $1-$15 sets. Lots
fled 6 weeks-l12yrs. brand new, will fax
Call AlicIa @904-762-1443 list. 982-2750

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WEIGHT BENCH-
Smith machine w/
attachments,
- 3351bs in weight
plates and dumbells
total body
workout machine
$200 call 386- 3724
2, ZEAGLE RANGER-
SBCD with ripcord
ki"welght system, and
scuba pro Inte-
grated octopus, like
new, must see, $650,
904-864-6200
9. ELINA Sewing Machine
Star Series, $100,
t call 220 -0340

915 Building
S Supplies
PORCH- screened
/ 16x12, ready to
SI move. Good con-
dition, $1500, obo,
call 904-879-6446


920 Business/
S Office

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

925 Computers

HP-.Computer with
Monitor, keyboard,
. I mouse, printer,
612-9998
SPRINTERS- (2) Epson
740 and HP Office Jet
I.L600, both $25,612- 9998

928 Electronics
1, BAND -PASS speaker
Sbox, 2 JBL cs, 1000
1 10" 1000 watts, peak,
500 watts rms, punch
lOOz, built in x-over
2 channel amp. All In
excellent ciodition, call
904 -588 -4902, asking $125
,3 GMC 4x4 '93
SXcab, 3" lft, dvd
S audio system, runs
& looks good. Pwr
windows, alarm $4600
OBO 912- 673- 6541
HDTV- Samsung
projection TV,
under warranty-
excellent condi-
tion, 1s000 obo,
838 4099 278 8968
Mercury Digital
Camera- In box, with
S 5 efeclive megapix-
els, 40. 612-9998
PS2 wilh 3 controllers,
1 15 ft. extension.
IC multi tap, 8 games,
and memory card.
612 -9998
SSharper Image
SFuturo 3.CD stereo
S A1M Fm.1, recall Cum.
cdW S .C iS04 20
fir. C 3n emall si"no
2786219
a'T.i.5: 4, .IiI' _Ou Ifn nC_[
a. TV- Sony 27",
encased in oak.
4\ $200, 292 4099
742 7851

a930 Farm,,'
930 Plan ing

HAY EQUIPMENT:
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cc ro aoner 3, r 5 Ol
ecel cI h nd; Nqw 1Ih'
Felia HN Tedoer i OdOr
30 Spider H3, Tddr :
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945 Sales

Annual Fairfax Manor
yar d Sale Sat. I 2'
-.12N NeiggnorNn,,c-d
,nlrance oa W. oadmer.-
a 'nd Her c n e .
Children's 1lomter. iur-
rilture. ra r.,.:.Is etc
ARGYLE Chimney
SLakes. Suffters Mill.
ti f 8516 Bandera
Circle East.
Moving Sale, Furniture,
clothes, etc.
SaL 4 22 7a noon
Argyle Sat. 8-4. A bab,
Ea1e, iurn. to.. ci"hs.
TV 381 San[-:,r, Ln.
L3k1 Vi'...- WaEtrmill.
BEACHES mull. r3m
sale S3t S i, 8-.3.21741
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4 22: 8 12N Beach.,.
on I3arsh Ci.-.e Dr S.
ICW mo.ir.g ale or.1.
.. a e.cr.thir.,g must
' 1715 Hodges 61Bi.O
Aps 3"l1, ia S.12
ICW San Pablo Area. iris
.-'.'rinr Gara'ge to'.-' Sat
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,s N 83Do-', Cr. c ar
r-. cn_. clr.nldr items
:ic he c. o e=k, VHS
ropes., m.s iems"
MANDARIN H-oeaoa-,
WoOds Cormm Garage
5-ale' f r 9 1; .:,n ,:Ild St.
Aug Ro &. Prtmcare Ro
MIDDLEBURG
S MOVING SALE!
iSaLt. April Ist. 8-2. 2612
Sandy Hollow Dr. ofl
college Dr.
SMt. Pleasant- to
S 13977 Spanish
Point Drive Sat.
4 22 8-4, HH itmes,
adult clothing, much
more.
OP ANNUAL OAKWOOD
NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE
Stl pr.i 22. 6 a p o:'
0-.:ctr.. Lai.e Dr M.oCod,
Lc-:.oi F.:.r ign; "
SPark West-OP, 599
/ Gulfstream Cir- S.
S Computer,
children's books
furn, dog house, and
more, 276 0426,
April 22nd
PONTE VEDRA Cara, ye
Sal- E *ci urn o,..
nat S J 5a4-1 LI-oe Ro
,S.atr J, Rui-r L1-e Rd'
SOUTH SHORES reijqh-
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',-,.3l Cih.:.,r, Rd Sot A 12
F':.ll,:i.'.. S ics Iin N'foc'd
SOULTHSIDE *r',ilrd Co
gJrsjoe Soi' Fri-5ao
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h[ri ac. much more
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945 Garage
Sales

BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
Lawn

b, LAWN MOWER-
I bIg wheel, 6.0 hp,
22" cut $75, RYOBI,
gas trimmer with
edger attachment,
$7500, set. Call 268-1384
$, MTD 38" 12.5 hp
S riding lawn mower
I with grass bagger.
Runs great, $600
obo, 912-882-2858
PUSH MOWER 20",
edger, weedwacker,
blower, pressure
S washer. $25 each,
call 220 -0340
SNAPPER 5 hp, 21"
mower. $65, gas
-I edger, $65, self
propelled 4. hp
mower, $75, boys 20"
bicycle, $10, 781-6222

955 Household
9 Furniture

ARMOIRE Never
used Collezilone
XI) Europa Flawless,
90" tail, 58" wide,
24" deep, $1000 obo,
fits, up to 3" tv,
904 287-4159
A Armoire never used
Collezione Europa
Flawless 90'tall 58"
wide 24" deep $1000
OBO fits up to 36" Tv.
904.287- 4159
4 BDRM SET-qn size,
| solid oak, bdrm set w/
Si2 dressers, mirror, and
nIghtstand, Ilyr. old,
asking $2k obo, call
912-467-3915
4, BDRM SUITE-
Ashley Fur. $850
| obo, like new bed,
2 night
stands, chest x2.
904-422-3406 or
jdixonOllcomcastnet
BED $100 QN box & matt
new, in plastic w/warr.
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED $115. Full SET, brand


955 Household
9 Furniture

BED $379 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt In plastic w/
warr 398-5200 can deliv
BED A Brand Name
$189 King Set
NEW with warranty
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Brand name Kg pill
topSET. $299. New, w/
warr. Can del. 398-5200
SBED- Uttle Tykes red
Race car, bed fits twin
I ndimattress like new
condition, will email
pics, 685-2525
,, BED- Metal
footunkbed set, top
Idl twin, bottom full
mattress enclosed,
used two months. Call
PAT 904-403-4869,
leave message
a BED-qn sz,
Dresser, mirror,
Xl'i night stand, mat-
tress, boxspring,
rails, headboard,
footboard, oak con-
temporary Amelia
Island, $950,491-7996
A BEDROOM SET
S 4 pc light brown,
4 moving must sale
Great condition,
dresser, mirror head-
board, nightstand,
FREE POOL TABLE,
$300. 912-882-7598

r Bedroom 4Pc set $298
SSpring Cleaning
I Warehouse Salel
4 Drawer Chests Frm$79
Sofas & Chair $29J
I 25" Color TV's From $99
3 Rm18Pc Condo Pkg$998
2 Piece Queen Bed $199
I CORT' CLEARANCE I

L (904 396 -9000 J
BEDROOM SET.-(2)
Dresser mirror
_1 night stands, oak,
off white color,
Queen size, asking
$450 obo, 291-2388/
cell 864-1515
SBed sheets (twin),
bedskirt, comforter
1 $50, night stand $8,
221-6794
BED Solid wood cherry


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Q55 Household, 9 5 Household 955 Hot
Furniture S Furniture 3 Fu

BED-Waterbed Lawn/Landscape Helper SOFA. ne
frame and head FT/PT, start at $9/hr canter
board, king size, based on exp. will train \I mlcro-fl
excellent condl- World Golf/St. Johns suede
tlion, asking $70, Home, 708 4979 or 819- 5743 2. piece secti
291-2388/cell 864-1515 LTTLETYKES 904696-
BUNKnED Metal WAGON w/door, SOFA- ph
set, top twin bot- I $30, Fisher Price it. blue
Storm, full mattress t farm with Animals, 4 extra
4 Included, 2 months. $10, leap frog phonics 4. exc.
Call Pat 904-403-4869. desk, $25, call $350 -2
Leave message 904-322-6807 $350.904-2
CABINETS Uvlng Room Set 4 SOFA
2 pieces solid 3 pc, royal blue w/ gra y/it.l
wood mahogany Q. 1, built In ottoman / I_ extra
china cabinet, $350. & tables. ondlt
Computer desk, Call for more Info, 904260-
fomsIca top, $370, 912-882-7598
$25, call 268-1384 Sofa,
S COUCH-8a foot, Mattress Snet- (2) gray/h
T recovered full seat box spring $50 excelle
cushion, great shape, each call24-1666 $350,904-2
S can be used as a
sleeper, 612-9998 MATTR -Serta Qn sz SOFA
E matter & bxsprno. exc
A COUCH BE.D-_ condo, $350. 262-4 I gray/bl
S3 plc sectional. I eto
Love seat/ cller MOVING SALE-furn, din $3le0nt, c
blue. Asldng$10 set, br set frig, lawn $350,904-2
or best offer contact mower, blk ent cntr.SOF
@) 904-375-2931 make best offer All like 4 SOF
COUCH./foerthle new 813-731-7609 or | gray/bli
125,uprg la s, 813-298-5230 extrao
10 each, curio dIs- A NURSERY FURNI-
play tables, $25 each, T TURE- sleigh crib, a SOFA-slI
vacuum cleaner, I changin table, loveseat
$50,2646814 W dutallerllderand ,IP rarely u
DESK-ExecutIve ottoman, o gnal conduit
solid cherry wood. over $i1100,asin"g, 45. obo, 904-264-
, i ,215-2310 or any accesres. tures av
S1 10 r 904-303-25012 byemni
219 2075 ... .
4, DESK-relltopw/chalr, 6"x3 -,. riSh:eGlacon
S $475, patio table, w/4 3r x| Ph.t'28., TABLES: Glass,
It chairs, $75, Brent- ",, openly n- X tbl & 2 matchli
w00 d Ro kere5, oFak band glasses doors, $200; Roundg91
32"x8' entry door, 264-6814 $75, .... w/2chrs $150
ENTERTAINMENT r I drawers $150
CENTER- Oak, 6 I n* SOFA*d|* Istandre50:190
pcs, accommodates 3PC Sectional
iree standinLTV I Like new, recently I A BASSET
upto65", 5600g.I I purchased from I I sleigh
838 4099 278 8968 Rooms to go, ligh t matre
EntertaInment I moth color. PaId | spIng. i
SCenter- 3 pieces $1800 brand new, wood, $400,
solid oak, $375, s I S995200 0. I 215-2
call 268-1384 __ e 3a36352
-. Formal Dining Set m n Ma
SW. 2 p.ere naoltoa a SOFA BED Queen NoU
Il hutch" ix chairs, l-- size chalr two
excellent cond., J4 coffee tabfe, big
new walker, Thomas table, maroon ,, AIR COk
Klnkaid umbrella, new. color, top gass, asldn. T 6hp,30 ga
Call 693-4452 $400,294-2388/864=15K = l many
Kgsz water bed, dresser, SOFA brown, great cond, c a 92 .
mirror, chest, $900. Oak clean & comfy, great ca1912-m882-
ent ctr/dsk hutch $600. deal at $150. 272-4130 more info.'
rockerst $125. 636-906 SOFA-love seat, a WATER h
pastel calor, good I 30 gall
BED $155 ON PT box & tIlJ condition, Craftsma
mattress, brand name, asking 291-2388, b $5larw
new in olastic.858-9350 cell 864-Iss1515 wheel barrel,


Now you can own a big, beautiful new home in one of the areas
Top 4 Communities
,oi' is the time to bo .,hei .)yoi CH canenjoy:
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965 Medical
4. SCOOTER-Medlcal
electric Rally, three
wheeled, Immacu-
late, red, rarely
used. Runs perfect,

904-541-0400
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New Spc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387- 6527
KEYBOARD- CASIO
SCA-110 electronic,
5 $25. Call 249-1666
SPIANO- Baldwin
Acrosovic w/bench
S seat, $2K obo
/ '4- 904,993-3185

980 Sporting
Goods
SBMX (2), 20 Inch,
| great shape,
both for, $50,
call Paul 620-9387
4 BOWFLEX
Treadclimber TC
5000, brand new,
$1700 obo,
292-4894,742-7851
GOLF CLUBS- used,
Hogan Edge Steel,
I\ 1,3-PW, $90. Mll-
lenium 2000, over-
size Graphite, 4- PW
475, Master Fit Graph-
ite, 4- AW, $75,
call 220-0340
Pool Tables $1295
Solid Maple -$1895
1" slate New 334-8573
www.westwoodbilliards.com
S TREADMILL
4 Space saver, $150,
call 268-1384
WEIGHT SET-
3001b's & workout
bench, $100.
Call 573-2863
4, WINDSURFER-
Icomplete, Obrien.
S|l including mast sail,
and 2 harps,
$100 call 284-6017/
Fleming Island
4 ZEAGLE RANGER
SLTD, BCOD with rip,
S| cord system and
scuba pro. Inte-
grated octo like new,
$650,904 864- 6200





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


loos Livestock
1005 & Supplies

HEREFORD CATTLE -Reg.
Heifers, bred or open
912-614-2671
HORSE BOARDING
S-$500mo. English riding
lessons 904-343-0360
WANTED: I am looking
for Georgia giant Bob-
white QuailIor eggs.
912-384- 0708/Ev:6p-1 p
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and water heater,
$25, 268-2482
Basset Hound Puppies
T/Color, Shots, H/cert,
$350. 879-6386
BEAGLE/HOUND
FREE- tricolor,
male, neutered
supncluies included,
family looking
Sei .e eI \
for a good home.
Serious injuries
please 904 -821-7970
BLUE TICK HOUND PUPS
Wormed, 2 sets of shots,
10wks, 904-646-3694
Boston Terrier Pups CKC
1l2wks, H/C, shots 2/M
2/F $400. 904.759-9751
Boxer Puppies CKC $6l0.
3/F flashy white, hith
cert. Call 904-276-2627
Carrier. extra large
pet carrier, beige,
t excellent
condition. $35,
904 821-7670

CAT- free to good
home. Declawed.
_t L Comes with all her
etuff, 3 yo, call
904-476-4132
CAT- handsome,
-sweet, 8mo,
shoerthaired, black
cat, neutered/
declawed, shots, meds
current, Free to good
home.912- 49426-885/
912 573-6961
CHIHUAHUA PUPS, D.O.B
2/5/06, HC, Starke $300
cash. 904-364-7152
COCKER PUPS, Ch. siire,
AKC, POP w/current eye
exams, BIk & tan, Slvr,
Buff, 9wks. $500-$800
384-. 4355/8687591
French Bulldog FOR STUD
AKC registered, brindle,
available. Willing to
travel. (904) 333-8060.
German Shepherds Pups
11 wksall shots, hIth
certs $250. 904- 686-4120
Golden Retriever CKC
Pups 6M/3F S/W,
$350. 912-496-3931
912-276-1973
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
AKC, H/C, 'POP. $400.
Beautiful. 904-77& 7007
HUNGARIAN BULLMAS-
TIFF PUPPY Beautiful 4
mos old male bull-
mastiff puppy looking
for a loving owner.
Un-neutered/all shots
and records / micro-
chip /fawn color.
Be lum, Hungary


old F$175; 912-422-3909
or cell 912-21870607
LabradoodleE $250.R PUPSg
$350; Chihuahuas $250
$350; many more
904-504- 9633 afer 6pm

e u 904-779-6531

AKC, H/C, POP. Guar-
anteed 1 year, 2 male
at $500 each. Stake
PiT BULL PUPS/ADBA
Beautiful puppies won't
last long. 904635-3319
POODLES TOin Toy Black,

piumprettypoodlescom
CKC Mastweiner. l1wks,
200 gold mahogany
$300 black, 563-5658
SLIH-TZU KC PUPPIES


balls, cash only, health
cert. Call 374-3602

Beautiful! $1000. up,
904-291 1829; 614-2995


Yorkie Tea. cups Terrier
Pups Champ bloodline
$995&up 292-9441






Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
MO122 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
S 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
1340Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355Autos/Trucks
Wanted


1205 Boats

LET US *T
SELL YOUR BOAT
Salter Marine
Specialists Inc.
904-284-0155

Four Winns CU004,
1999, 205 Sund-
S owner, like new,
only 40 hrs, $1999
obo, 904-422-3406 or
Jnlxon01@comcast.net
& 11' Inflatable
AVON, $500 obo or
S 14 hpJohnson
Motor $800
904993-3185
14' PONTOON BOAT -'06
w/trl r, $3595,
352-275-4077
A 14' Boston Whaler 01'
Dauntless like new
condition, galvanized
trailer, live Jewel JHF,
flshfinder, rod holders,
904 -803 -9843, $12K
15' BOSTON WHALER,
1982, 75hp evan rude,
alum trir, $5K 553-4334
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
17' CAPRI BAYLINER -'85,
85hp motor, new flow,
needs finishing. $1500
768-3724
4. 17.5 Hydra Sport c/c
S93' .150'hp, $7500, t/m,
1 batteries, fish finder,
galvanized trailer,
cover, coast guard equipt,
904-221-5912
18FT SEAPRO '90 CC, 110
Johnson, always cov-
ered, gar, well maint,
$5500 obo. Call 261-4765
19FT BAYLINER '03, mec
I/O board, many extras,
$15,500. Call 655-7083
22.5' Glasstron GS225 '99
220hp Volvo eng, I/O,
$13,900obo. 912-261 8324
25 foot regal bow-
rider, 2001, Volvo
S| 537 liter, engine,
fishing package.
Full canvas, immacu-
late, must seell $35,900,
237-5064
17 ft, Monarch w/
trailer, 115 hp, 4 stroke
4 johnson needs floor
boards, and transum
work, runs great, $2k obo,
call RICH, 912-322-8067
Building form lor 8
Foot punt. Hard chine
V |plywood construction.
$30 will deliver,
278 -0106
4 JEEP WRANGLER 89',
SI runs great, food
A condition, 2 inch lift,
large tires, sound bar.
$4k call 757-1473
JET SKI -Yamaha 92'
wave runner III, new
k l engine, trailer
included, call
912-882-6444, $1200 firm.
WANTED
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387- 1440

1230 RV'si&s
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
CAVALIER 36' -'86, great
shape, no title, $3000
768-3724
COBRA SANDPIPER
29'-'95, Fifth whi, 1
owner, sacrifice,
751-1919
COLEMAN POP-UP 22'
-'94, gar kept, AC, scrn
rm,$2600 626-4415
SFleetwood Niagra
SPop-up '04 Too
I many options to
list $10,000 firm.
N.A.D.A $11,200plus. Ph
PROWLER 36' -'84,
redecorated, new cpt,
new tile, $3000768-3724
Trail Lite 26ft
STravel Trailer 2003,
4| Excellent condi-
tion, kept covered,
$14,000 obo.
912 882 4899

1300 Motorcycles
BMW 2003 Motorcycle,
S R -1150 -RT,
kL immaculate,
am/fm/cd/xm, 24k
miles, all maint. records,
$10,800, 407-380-5213
SFor Sale or Trade for
SBoat 2003 Buell Blast
-i,500cc, 4788 miles, runs
greatneeds nothing.
Call 904-386-1228
A Harley 2001,
custom screaming
eagles, luggage
rack, sissy bar
xtra chrome, windheld,
only 3600 miles, $8000
obo, 912- 882- 6788
4- Harley Davidson
S1200 Sortster, 01'
4|8915 mil black with
red pin stripes.
Looks and runs like
new. Windshield, H.D.
Dyne seat with back
rest, rear pegs, engine
guards andluggage
rack. $6900 obo,
904 610-6062
HARLEY DAVIDSON
S soft tail, 2002,
black chrome, and
light packages,
alarm saddle bags,
windsneild, 6400mi,
$12,500,904 449 1489/
213-9845
A HARLEY DAVIDSON
2003, Sofrall Deuce,
excellent condi-
tion, 3400 miles,
quick release leather
bags, aragekept.
16,500 Michael 542 9670
or 264-2850
SHarley Davidson
4| '00 Road King,
pearl white, 32,000
miles, great price,
$12,500, Call 249-1611 or
993-1665
Harley Davidson Sportster
'92 22k miles, drag bars,
saddlebags, 6 inch sissy
bar, new rear tire, lots of
chrome forward controls
corbin seat. This bike has
never been dropped and
looks good Asking $4300
obo. 904-619-2990
Harley Davidson XL
H T 1200 Sportster,
4[ I ^ low miles, lots of
Chrome, excellent
condition, blue & silver,
$8500 obo. 912- 674. 4453
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON
02' 883c, blk, 5700ml,
lots of chrome, x-tra
solo seat, sissybar,
bra drag pipes, $6600,
DEAN 904 -997-1289
HARLEY VRSCB '04, 3K
mi, xtra chrome, sport
windshield bik & more.
$14,000. Call 234-0161
HD ELECTRIC GLIDE
Stand, '06, $18,000. Call
for details 261- 5860
H.D. FATBOY -'03, Anniv
Edition black, Scream-
ing Eagle Exhaust, extra
chrome, low mh, exc
cond, $18,500 287-2592
Financing Available
HD Road King Classic
'99, 31K mi, $10,500. call
904.284-7260/ 501-7505
4 HD Softail Stan-
/ dard 03', 100th
V | y anniversary edi-
tion, 13,500 miles,
windshield backrest,
luggage rack, foot-
boards, engine guard,
$14,500,424 0424


A HONDA 1979 gold
wing, new tires,
x I 7 garage kept,
Klngsland, GAwith
sidecar, call
912-673-1897 after 5,
912-729-8904.JIM
Honda Magna 96'
Sred, corbin sear,
mileage, call
612-1878,$3500
HONDA SHADOW VLX 600
'05, black, 900miles,
$4500. Call 631-7752
4 Oldsmobile Silhou-
ette Van '00 Silver,
S 6300mi, new tires,
all leather, elec,
loaded, $7,995
904-220-7886
POLARIS TRAILBLAZER
2005, Sx10, tilt trailer
2 10 hrs of ride time
buying Jet skis, $41K
obo, call RICH 912-322-8067
RevTec 100C.I. 05'
Custom chrome.
Contact Kevin.
$13K obo, 220-2801
Kevinh7881@comcastnet for
pictures and Info.
4 Suzuki Bandit
2002- 600cc, black
ok miles, excellent
cond. $3200, base
housing call
904- 229- 7833 or 807- 7881


1300 Motorcycles
4, YAMAHA V-STAR, 650
1999gar. kept, 4k
miles, lots of chrome,
and extras, must see!
612 -9998

1310 Auto Parrts
4, FORD Winstar
towing
package, asking
c $75, 291-2388,

SNERF BARS -Chrome
pulled off, 2005 z71
$275 obo, call
912-882-9388, Chrome
bedrall bars, $75 obo
4, STEHL Tow Dolly with
Elec brakes 2003 car
S tow Ideal for RVing,
$500 obo, 563-5337
TIRES & ALLOY
rims for mustang, 2
new Yokohamm
p205/65 R15 and 2
VGC tires and rims,
mounted & balanced.
$175 finrm.703.4448
TIRES Goodyear
Wrangler AT/S
275/7017 set of 4
with aluminum
wheels. $900 obo,
call 904-246-1911
TRUCK BED FOR SALE
'73 -'87
LONG WHEEL BASED
$75 NEED CASH NOW!
HURRY! 904- 424 1265

1320 Antiques/
Classics

CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
"* BROUG3HAM*,. *


1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k
mi., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this beauty rust
away.
Call 772-0612 Today
CHEVROLET COR-
SVETTE 70'- stin-
gray, Red, 350, AT,
PS, PB, AC, Two
tops, new tires
garaged, awesome
condition, $29,800.
272-3768
SFord Mustang
S Convertible.
4 Fully restored
S black/llver 302 V8
C4 auto. Many new
parts and tires. $19,500
obo, 904- 654- 5557
4., Volkswagon Beetle 69'
S. replaced engine,
rebuilt carborator,
complete brake Job,
rebuilt transaxle, runs
great, $2000 904- 288 8270

1325 Automotive
ACURA 3.0 CL '99
St#78839 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ACURA CL S-TYPE '01
White, auto, roof,
wheels, low miles. very
classy car. Will finance.
Call 334-7253
SACURA INTEGRA
S '93 Modified
| racing mtr. Trans
S gone. Has a set of
16" Bella Rims and a set
of 15" Stock Rims.
Luxury-seats. O$650bo
673-9176/674-0498
ACURA RSX S-TYPE '05
White, speed, only 6K
miles. Save Thousands!
Call 334-7253
ACURA TL '04
Auto,.CC, Leather, PL, PS
9 $27,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CN ACURA TL '03
S Ex low miles, CD,
sunroof. $17,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
\ ACURA TSX '04
Leather, sunroof,
CD, white. $19,900
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUDI A4 '03
Beige, Tan Leather, 47K,
$21.985
ASH TISDELLE 888 435 7076
9"0AUDI A4 SEDAN '03
1.8 Turbo, 5spd
S $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ | AUDITTCONVT.
%,9x '02. Only 25K
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
l AUDI IT rQUATTRO
S '01. Fully
equipped. $18,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SBMW 318-5-spd, 96k
miles, red $11,000
call Barbara 612-6646

/ i'\BMW 3251 '06. Like
'y 'new, only 3000
miles. $34,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 74011 '01
White, Grey Leather and
Real Clean Luxury Car.
58K, $25,888
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
\ BMW Z4 3.0'05
Only 9K miles,
power top. $39,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SBuick Century 03',
14000 ml, $11,000,
904-387-3015
BUICK LESABRE '00
St#G172 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/ CADILLAC DEVILLE
S'04. Pearl white.
Beautiful. $20,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012



1976 Blue it. & ext.. 160k
mi., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this beauty rust
away.
Call 772- 0612 Today
T CADILLAC DEVILLE
V '05. Fully
equipped. $24,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV AVEO LS '04
4DR, Auto AC. CD $9700
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


1325 Automotive
CADILLAC DEVILLE
'03. Pearl white,
one owner, like
new. $18,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV CAVALIER '04
Sport PKG 4DR $9900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV CORVETTE '03
Coupe, AT, RED, $34,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '03
FULL PWR $14,400 -
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY MALIBU LS '04
Dark Gray Ailloys $13,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY MONTE CARLO ss
03 Alloys, White $16,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HV CHEVROLET
CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. speed,
every option available.
$32,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7) CHEVROLET
CORVETTE '02
White, only 30,000
miles. Showroom cond.
$30,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY CORVETTE
98'- Fully loaded,
FOIs garage kept, exc.
condo new tires,
$16,875, call
912-467-6145
CHEVY MALIBU '01
St#G167 $9588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877
CHEVY MONTE
S CARLO 86'
S 4.3 runs great,
needs TLC, $500
firm call 783- 9210,
after 7pm
-, Chevy Monte Carlo
S86', 4.3 runs great,
t mTLC, $500, frim, call
783-9210, after 4pm
CHRYSLER 300 C MEM '05
St#1566A $29,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
St#G154 $19,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'05 Won't last. $199/mo.
Call 389.-7700
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'03 LIMITED $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
(PI CHRYSLER 300C
'05 White/tan
roof. $28,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ "V CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
RD CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER TOURING
'04. Only 25,000
miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(y) CHRYSLER
SEBRING SEDAN
'03 LXI. Leather,
CD, moonroof. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Ford Escort 98',
52k miles, 4 door
manual, great
S condition, $4000
obo, call 904.-372-9029,
must sell
FORD ESCORT '99i White,
speed, good starter
car. $79/mo. 334-7253
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
St#G020 $9988 '
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS '03
Gas Saver, AT, AC, Clean,
Inexpensive, 31K $8,950
ASH TISDELLE 800- -23.5795
Ford Ranger '99
XLT Super 4D, v6,
4.0L, 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 '03
One of a kind! $7990
Call 389-7700
FORD TAURUS SES '01
PW, AC, PLKS $6900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD TAURUS '06
Beige/Beige, 18K Miles,
Nice Ride, Loaded,
$13,550
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
St#7444B $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Q. HONDA ACCORD
S2002, EX-4DR, 3.0L,
\.1V-6,4Sp AT leather,
tinted, loaded, new
tires, EC, non. smoker
owned, beautiful,
maIntained,
904-491-7996
7 I HONDA ACCORD
S EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $23,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(y HONDA ACCORD
EX V6'04 Fully
Equipped $20,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CIVIC EX '04.Very
hot car, all the right
options, silver, 5spd,
wheels. Call 334-7253
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4, HONDA CIVIC LX
/ Automatic, excellent
< | condition, $8500 (obo)
call 904 745- 9011 or
904-463-4110
HONDA PILOT E '03
St#3299C $20,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON '05
St#F982 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI XG350 L '03
St#G041 $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI G35 '04


1325 Automotive
INFINITI QX4 '01
St#F830 $19,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
( 7 INFINITI G35
SEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
leather, CD, sunroof
$24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
LEXUS ES 300 '95
Blue with Beige. AT, AC,
Runs and Drives Good,
AC Ice Cold, $5,950
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
LEXUS IS300 '03
St#F759 $24,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '03
St#2173D $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
MAZDA 626 '02
4DR, PWLKS,
WINDOWS $7500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
MAZDA RX8 '04
14,000 miles, like new
Call 389-7700
2 MAZDA RX8 '04
Charcoal, leahter,
CD, priced to sell
$19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
M MERCEDES E 320
S2001, perfect con-
n h dltion, silver, 18",
SChrome wheels,
$22,900, 904-955-9570,
ask for steve view
HAS JAX lot
SMGB 73', MGB-GT
S 72', MGB needs
S work, GT Is parts
car both for $1000,
call Jeff 277-8783/8161
MINI COOPER '05
Only 2000 miles.
$20,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT
'01. Auto, roof, leather,
spoiler, tint, low miles,
great shape. Cheap
payment. Call 334-7253
SNISSAN 1996, green,
pickup, stick shift, It
S has approx. 10586
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/in, f/m
radio cassette. One owner.
If Interested please
contact Dawn McLean at:
559-816-7372 to make
arrangements to
look at truck.
NISSAN 350Z CNV '05
St#4577A $32,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN 350Z '05
VERY HOT! Black, cus-
tom rims, dark tint,
6 speed, only 17K miles.
This car will change yo
life! Call 334-7253


1325 Automotive
VOLKSWAGEN CABRIO
'02 Blue, Convertible,
42K, Auto, AC, Clean Fun
Car, Beat the Gas Crunch
$13,900
ASH TISDELLE9 800323.5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '06
GLI, Red, Beautiful,
Extremely Clean, Only
9700 Miles $25,680
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
4 Volvo 940 Sedan
'95 Gas turbo,
sunroof, leather
interior, power
seats, rear & side
window defroster,
special ordered 1
owner, maints up to
date, 127k plus miles,
$6000904- 781-7904
VOLVO S40 '01
St#F757 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VW BEETLE '99
Extra clean. Why wait?
$5990. Call 389-7700
VW EUROVAN '01
Silver w/ Grey Interior,
Plenty of Room for the
Family, Gas Saver,
Sunroof, $15,985
Ash Tisdelle 800- 3235795
VW JETTA '01, V6, lux
sports pkg, preen
$13,750 Ph 904.6f2-8771

Trucks,Vans, SUVs' 00-0S
*ALL
Military
and
Civilian
I$0 DOWN I
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662- 0726


1335 $2000 or Less
DATSUN 200SX '80,
Looks/ Runs Great.
$795. Call 904-612-8773
Pontiac Bonneville '84
AC, good tires, runs
great, $800.778-0045
TOYOTA PASEO 96'
S only 68k miles,
needs front end
Work, runs well,
$1000 obo call
904-434-6498

Trucks! /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

BMW X3 '03
SUV, grey w/ Beige
Leather, 31K, Inexpen-
sive Luxury, $28,450
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323 5795
Bronco 1978'
| 38" Super Swamper's
I| new motor, over 8k
Invested, needs some
body work, $4000 obo,
RICK, 912 -882 -8606

il CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06.
Pearl white/tan,
fully equipped.$42,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
CADILLAC SRX '06
Pearl white, fully
o equip, like new.
Only 9K miles. $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV AVALANCHE '04
4DR Auto AC CD $24,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV AVALANCHE '03
Z66 Leather $21,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV BLAZER '04
CC, PL, PM, PW, MNRF
$14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
SCHEVROLET
T PICKUPI 90', auto,
4|1 ext. cab, VS,4x4,
198K miles, solid
engine, newer tires,
$220 obo, 847- 370-5078
ORD CHEVROLET
CHEV AVALANCHE'04
Leather, fully
equipped. $23,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV SILVERADO '03
REG CAB AT V6 15K
$12,900 GM CERTIFIED
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO'02
K2500 XCAB PL, PM, PW,
CC $12,800
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TAHOE LS'03
LS, 3rd Seat, Nice $19,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TAHOE Z71 '04
Leather, Black $27,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRACKER LT '04
V6, AT 10K $15,900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Chevy 4x4 '92 New
Strains, all power,
n'cold A/C great
u shape, never off
road, call 256-308-7791
or 904-270-8628
CHEVY AVALANCHE '03
St#F841A $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SChevy Pickup 97',
4 SWB ATAC,
| regular cab v6 87K
miles, white, nice
$5500 obo, Orange Park
904-272-7352
CHEVY PICKUP
q 1997, SWB ATAC
l regular CAB V6,87K
miles white, nice,
$5500, obo, Orange
Park, 904-272-7352
CHEVY RED SSR '05
St#F727 $31,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY TAHOE- 99'
LT 4WD, all leather,
L runs great, looks
ur reat, low miles,
musfseL$ 5800 obo.


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SUV's SUV's SUV's
CHEVY TRACKER '02 HONDA CRV '02 TOYOTA RAV 4'04
Ride in style. $159/mo. LX 4DR $14,200 St#8429B $17,988
Call 389-7700 GORDON CHEVROLET TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM 1500 '02 904-272-2200 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5
4X4 QUAND CA $190 INh'05 o2. V8, silver, great
GORDON CHEVROLET (Z),INFINITI QX56'05 '02.sser, great
904-272-2200 Navigation, DVD, shape. Only $14,995.
904-272-2200 Fully Equip.44,680 Call 33 -7253-
DODGE RAM 1500, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Toyota Sequoia
4, wheels, interior | SRS'05, 12,000
liner 44K miles, kL miles perfect
$13,800,originalowner, INFINTI 6 04 condition $30,500
excco 695-4292 Pearl white, fully 912-882-4899
equipped. $38,995
FORD BRANCO '95 Eddie LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOYTOA RUNNER '02
Bauer, 170K mi. $4500 998-0012 St#9976A S16588
obo. Call 886-7430 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, FORD EXPEDITION R 'R JEEP COMMANDER "t
2001, EDDIE BAUER, L Rn '06 LTD. Fully
< blue V-, loaded, equipped, DVD, 1345 Vans/Buses
s14K obo, 1700 miles. $35,980
9553-8569,well LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE CHEVY C20 '93, van
non.smoker, beautiful 998-0012 conversion, 4 Ithr cap-

94' nterior,ER CHROKEE'04 the toys, alum wheels
: od new Limited V8 4x4, CD reblt trans, 350V8, 98K
transmission and LMI, $5500 obo. Call
tires $2000 obo' Sunroof, leather $20,890 904.509-9753, 384-3951
call 291-0799 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012 CHEVY CONV. VAN '00
4, FORD EXP. XLT 03' Beige on Beige and
& CHEVY TAHOE 99' JEEP WRANGLER'05 Super Clean, Ready for
LPkg deal Excellent St#4384A S19.788 Vacation. $10,988
Condition, must TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
sell! $29,000 for both.
707-4647XO JEEP WRANGLER (T') CHRYSLER TOWN
FORD -EXPLORER \ UNLIMITED '04. & COUNTRY'05
S Sport Track, 6 cyl, 4000 mi. $20,280 White/gray, fully
Full power moon, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE equipped. $16,980
roof, very sharp, 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
leather, 6 cd, 88K, roof 998-0012
rack, tonneau cover, MAZDATRIBUTE'04
call,900 6o1o 2 M AZDA TRIBUTE '04
$10,900 obom-5230 6 Cyl., AT, AC, Cheap Conversion Van 02',
904-940-230 SUV, Good Mileage 4K, T Must see E-150,
SFORD EXPLORER 3$15,888 \ T1 38441 Miles, TV, DVD,
SSport Track, 6cyl, Ash Tilsdelle 800. 3235795 new tires, rims,I
li power moon oner ext warranty
roof, very sharp! MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '04 Cll 5 .9546
Leather, 6cd, 88K, roof PL, PW, PM, CC Remote Cal5394
rack, tonneau cover, $16,400
S $10, obo, GORDON CHEVROLET DODGE 1500 '98,
L 04S '94 -S 0 SUZU Gar Asgood cond, $6500 BO .
904-940-5230 904-272-2200 Call 352-2352368
FORD F150 XL '01 NISSAN MURANO '03
Super Cab, AT, V8 $13,900 MNRF LEATHER $2,500 Dodge Caravan Sport '02
GORDON CHEVROLET GORDON CHEVROLET R Van, $9,N685
904-272-2200 904-272-2200 ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
,FORD F-160 Supercab NISSAN PATHFINDER '05 FORD E150 VAN '05
01' gnareat, looks St#9064B $23,988 St#F815 $16,588
must sell $10,200 obo, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
call 904-361-8332 NISSAN XTERRA '01 FORD E350 VAN'05
FORD F 350 93, Auto Must see! $5990 FR V N
/ dual tire 1H2K Cal 389-7700 St#F814 $17,988
lmlesgroat shape, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S $5600 obo, PONTIAC AZTEK '01
904,422- 3406 or St#BUC6067A $698820 FORD WLiNDSTAR-
inixonOlocomcast.net TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-7 2001 X, muln van,
FORD RANGER XLT '01, SCION XA '05 55,100ml, hurry won't
ext cab, 6 cyl, at air, St#G121 $14,988 iSSt54ong, $6800,/
sliver, exc cond alloys, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 904-894-7661/904284-4969
CD/cass. 99K mt, $7975.
Call 904-608-3263 SCION XB '04 GMC CARGO VAN '01
St#1929A $12,988 2500, V8 $13,900
GMCSONOMA'99PLEX 877 GORDON CHEVROLET
St#BUC7072A $8988 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 904-272-2200
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 L Suburban 4x4, 1989 -2
GMC YUKON 5.71 V-.8 $2500 obo, MAZDA MPV ES '00
'03 \1 912-510-6365 St#BUCG083A $8988
DENALI'03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Sunroof, CD, DVD SUZUKI VITARA XL7 '02
$25,480 Hurry! $7990 NISSAN QUEST
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Call 389.7700 3.5 s Minlvan05-
998-0012 '26,147mi, $21,500 obo
998-0012 TOYOTA 4RUNNER' 03 904-704-3722 '
GMC YUKON DENALI 04 V8 Lmt, leather, roof,
XL, Denali AWD $31,900 heated seats, 4x4, only
GM Certified 47K mi. Must sell. 1c3s Miscellaneous
GORDON CHEVROLET Call me 334-7253 -L, Auto
904-272-2200 I TOYOTA Mic e
-y GMC YUKON SLT (Z HIGHLANDER '04 Rims & Tires. Redfive
S '04. Ex low miles, LTD Only 18,000 t spoke Camaro with
like new. $29,995 miles. $23,990 good tread pIcs, -
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE available, $100,
998-0012 998-0012 912-729-7244


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NISSAN SENTRA
'05. Only 7000
miles. $13,490
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
OLDS ALERO GL '02
4DR, AC, AT $7200
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
PONTIAC G6 '05
St#G006 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PT CRUISER 02',
S 38K miles, perfect
I condition, $12K,
Bought from
Carmax Call Jake,
904-505-9242
4 SATURN LS2, 2000
Heated leather
S seats, 6 cyl, cruise,
tinted windows,
sunroof, KBB, $8400.
Sell $7900.73&-3313
SPITFIRE 1977-
Snumbers match,
body true, being
restored, runs new,
batter cover, tires, soft
and hard top, $2500,
904-7048872
Subaru Legacy L Wagon 1997
Clean, 62500 mi, one owner,
all maint records, $4500 neg
904-899-9243 week days
SUZUKI FORENZA '06
Brand new, as low as
$10,990. Call 389-7700
TOYOTA AVALON XLS '02
St#G128 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
. TOYOTA AVALON
XLS '02. Leather,
CD, sunroof, fully
equipped. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '02
Blue & Grey Interior, Nice
Clean Car, $13,800
Ash TIsdelle 800-323-5795
TOYOTA CAMRY '06
St#6938A $19,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA CAMRY '01
St#G104A $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA CAMRY
SXLE'02. Cham-
pagne/tan. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA ECHO '02
Economical Transporta-
tion and a Sharp Little
Car. AT, AC, Low Miles
$9,950
Ash TIsdelle 500-323-5795
TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER '01
AT, AC RED $14,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
, TOYOTA SCION TC
.r '05. Leather, CD,
sunroof, auto
$16,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA SOLAR SLE
coupe 06', 13,127 ml,
$22,000 obo,
904- 7043722


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



NORTH FLORIDALINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonville.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.cxom

CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.ctyautomnotive.corn

CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotve.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
"li 'liip. Hiy. 880-3000

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S.1 South, St Aug. 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.
0100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



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




NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700wwwnimnichtcomrn



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071
SATURN OF REGENCY
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SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700

CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111'
www.cityautornote.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"
', Phli H'.'.', 396-5486




PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomotlve.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
vwi.driveticket.corn
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





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ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 So0uthside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880

GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-9' Ni E.11il ltre) 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 Atlantic 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



COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 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
wwwcityautornotve.co0m



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, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



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

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


5795 ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Soulhside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN
I Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

q GARBER CHRYSLER
GreenCove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
1 CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 0assat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7464


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave, 384-6561


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