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Be Prepared
IAs Deploy At Any Time
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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2006






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L A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER


NAS Jax celebrates Earth Day contact lens


By101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
he NAS Jacksonville Environmen-
tal Department took part in a cele-
bration at The Jacksonville Landing
Saturday that commemorated the 36th
anniversary of Earth Day. Hundreds of
First Coast residents attended the event,
which featured arts and crafts, environ-
mental education booths, entertainment
and children's activities.
Volunteers from the environmental
department spent the day handing out
brochures, posters and an assortment of
other giveaways as they explained some of
the programs the Navy has created to
help the environment.
"We sponsor a booth every year to
explain to the community what we're
doing to protect our natural and cultural
resources," said Kevin Garland, NAS Jax
Environmental Department director. "We
hope that we can educate people and let
them know that the Navy is part of the
community too and that we care about the
environment. Environmental protection is
See EARTH DAY, Page 14


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Photo by Ol Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Assistant Natural Resources Manager Laura LaBella hands Jacksonville res-
ident Dwayne Brown a goody bag during the Earth Day celebration. at The Jacksonville
Landing Saturday.


Nettleton to relieve Yoder at HS-11


By Lt. j.g. Benjamin Delacruz
HS-11 PAOA
C mdr. John Nettleton will relieve
Cmdr. Steven Yoder as commanding /
officer of the "Dragonslayers" of HS-
11 during a change of command ceremony
May 1 at NS Norfolk, Va. Capt. Greg
Nosal, commander, Carrier Air Wing One,
will be the guest speaker.
Nettleton, a native of Haines City, Fla.,
enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 19,84 Cmdr. Cmdr.
as a TOW missile operator before entering John Nettleton Steven Yoder
the Navy in 1987 through the Naval 60F/HH-60H Seahawk with the
Aviation Cadet program. Upon receiving "Warhawks" of HS-10 and promptly
both his commission and wings in reported for his department head tour at
February 1989, he reported to HS-9 'Sea HS-11 to serve as the safety, operations
Griffins" and deployed aboard USS and maintenance officer. During his time
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) and USS at HS-11, the squadron deployed aboard
Saratoga (CV-60) in support of Operations USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) in sup-
Desert Storm, Provide Comfort and port of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Provide Promise. Nettleton then served as the executive
After serving as a fleet replacement officer of HS-10 until July 2004, where he
squadron flight instructor in the SH-3 Sea returned to the Dragonslayers as execu-
King, Nettleton reported to USS Inchon tive officer in January 2005.
(MCS-12) as navigator and deployed in Yoder assumed command of HS-11 Jan.
support of Blue Harrier 1997. Following 13, 2005 and has been training and
his OPNAV staff tour as a Chief of Naval preparing the Dragonslayers for its
Operations briefer for current operations upcoming deployment aboard USS
and action officer for antiterrorism/force Enterprise (CVN-65). After conducting
protection, he transitioned to the SH- naval special warfare training throughout


'Nightdippers'


complete first week


of COMPTUEX .
By Lt. TrevorProuty
HS-5 PAO -


I he "Nightdippers" of
HS-5 have successful-
ly completed the first
week of their Composite
Training Unit Exercise
(COMPTUEX) on board
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
(CVN-69).
Last week the squadron
supported Carrier Air Wing
Seven and Carrier Strike
Group Eight by flying Photos by PH2 Miguel Contreras
numerous plane guard mis- ADAN Amber Nance assigned to
sions, assuring the safety of the "Nightdippers" of HS-5, invento-
those aviators launching ries aircraft repairable parts during
and returning from the car- maintenance work on a SH-60F
rier. Seahawk helicopter aboard USS
HS-5 personnel has also Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69).
completed several antisubmarine training exercises with and


February 2005 in Norfolk, Va., he led the
squadron to Albuquerque, N.M. for
Exercise Roving Sands and the opportuni-
ty to operate jointly with the U.S. Air
Forces MH-53Js. and HH-60Gs in a high
desert environment. Immediately follow-
ing detachments aboard USS John F.
Kennedy (CV-67i that included Fleet
Week to Boston and New Y-i-k Cir- M- ,dJr'
led the squadron through an arduous
Inter-Deployment Readiness Cycle includ-
ing the Helicopter Advanced Readiness
Phase training assessment and operations
with Carrier Air Wing One during USS
Enterprise Tailored Ships Training
Assessment, Composite Training Unit
Exercise and NAS Fallon, Nev. air wing
strike training. Under his leadership the
command maintained a perfect safety
record while earning the Commander,
Fleet Forces Command "Golden Anchor"
Award for retention excellence.
- Yoder's next assignment will be to the
Industrial College of the Armed Forces in
Washington, D.C.
HS-11 welcomes Cmdr. Michael Michel,
who will assume the duties of executive
officer. Michel recently reported to HS-11
after a tour as operations officer in
Commander, Helicopter Sea Combat Wing,
Detachment Jacksonville.


AWl Bruce Tallon and AW3 Trevor Schwendau, assigned to the
"Nightdippers" of HS-5, simulate a survivor rescue in open water
during annual Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures
Standards training while on board USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN
69) April 17.
against actual naval assets. These missions provide incredible
value in perfecting the crew's ability to both actively and pas-
sively track an evading submarine. Along with the added excite-
ment and responsibility of the missions associated with
COMPTUEX, HS-5's Sailors must also continue to ensure they
remain up to date on the more mundane facets of squadron life,
including routine aircraft maintenance and keeping proficient
with their warfare qualifications.


cleaning solution

alert raises concerns
By Lt. Cmdr. Lymon Roan
Branch Health Clinic Key West Opiometry
rise in eye infections in Asia and
the United States due to the
Fusarium fungus has recently been
noted by the Center for Disease Control
(CDC). There is a questionable connection
between these infections,
Fusarium Keratitis (FK),
and the use of a
contact lens
cleaning
made by
Bausch & ,
known as, ET C
RENU with E T
Moisture Loc.
and Lomb has
stopped producing the product until more
is known concerning this connection. The
CDC and the Food and Drug
Administration are continuing to monitor
this issue, and will inform the public as
further information is available.
In the meantime. it is recommended that
contact lens wearers who have access to
other products switch to an alternative.
(examples: Complete, AOSEPT, Opti-Free,
etc.
Anyone unable to obtain an alternative
product. should continue to use RENU
until an alternative can be obtained, but
follow all instructions below. The following
are appropriate contact lens instructions
for use with any solution:
Do not sleep- in your contact lenses.
Wash your hands before you insert or
remove your contacts.
Carefully and regularly clean contact
lenses, as directed by an optometrist and
the patient information included with lens
care products.
Rub the contact lenses with fingers
and rinse thoroughly before soaking the
lenses overnight in enough multi-purpose
solution to completely cover the lens.
Store lenses in the proper case and
replace the lens storage case quarterly.
Clean the contact lens case after each use
and keep the case open and dry between
cleaning.
Use the proper products to clean and
disinfect contact lenses as recommended
by your optometrist. Remember that saline
solutions and rewetting drops are not
designed to disinfect lenses.
Only fresh solution should be used to
clean and disinfect contact lenses. Never
re-use old solution. Contact lens solution
must be changed every day, even if the
lenses are not used daily.
The primary symptoms of FK are pain,
redness, foreign body sensation, and photo-
phobia. If contact lens wearers (using this
product or any other cleaning solution
experience any of these symptoms, they
should remove their lenses, and report
immediately to their local optometrist,
ophthalmologist or flight surgeon.. It is
unlikely that F.K will develop without the
above symptoms being noted by the
patient.
While 100 percent screening is not rec-
ommended at this time by the CDC, uti-
lization of the above lens care techniques
is advised as ongoing preventive measures
for all contact lens wearers.
If a FK is suspected, immediately con-
tact an eye-care provider. Appropriate
Web sites for review are:
http:/,'www.bausch.com/us/vision/
about/news!pressrelease.jsp?pressRelease=
2006_4_10_re ports.ht ml
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/
mmbwrhtml.'mm55d410a1.htm
http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/NEWS/
2006/NEW01354.html
For more information or concerns con-
tact your Naval Hospital Jacksonville or
Branch Health Clinic optometrist, ophthal-
mologist or flight surgeon.


TO UCH GING 9Veterans History Project collects stories of service," said Butch Miller of the VHP team.
IT UCKING F Vter. Veterans are interviewed in private settings, and given time to tell their experi-
B A From Military.com ences, no matter how emotional. Copies of the interviews are sent back to the
A team with the Veterans History Project collects memories from veterans. '"The Library of Congress to be added to the project, and the veteran also receives a copy.
Veterans History Project was created through legislation in 2000 as a way to pre- For more information about participating in the Veterans History Project, visit
serve the culture of servicemen and women regardless of time in service or branch http://www.loc.gov/vets/.
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


Two of the most important words are a simple 'thank you'


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ompson
'Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
HT ave you ever heard,
'the job's not done
until you thank the
people who did the work?' I
assume you have, and while
some of you will say that's
common sense, I also sus-
"pect some us could say
'thanks a little more often.
I have found a simple
'thank you' is priceless.
Most of you will do incredi-
ble things when asked, but
if you go the extra effort and
'no one thanks you, you may
be less likely to give the
same effort the next time
:you are asked.
In my estimation, leaders
,need to reward performance
more often. Rewards come
in many forms. Not every
`deed deserves a medal.
Have you ever done some-
thing for someone only to
have your efforts go unno-
ticed? Sure you have. The
:sad part is saying thank you
is so easy. There is almost
no effort required and I
can't think of a gesture that
does more for retention than
'making sure our people
.understand we appreciate
,their work.
In our society, it's custom
to express appreciation to
-people who help you in- any
'way. Because it is common-
ly practiced, most people
;expect to be thanked when
;they do something for some-
one. Sometimes the absence
'of a 'thank you' is misunder-


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
stood to mean the effort to
help was not appreciated or
was not wanted. There are
many ways to express grati-
tude, and they type of help
received can help determine-
what method of saying
'thank you' is most appro-
priate.
Here are some recom-
mended ways to express
your thanks:
Always verbally commu-
nicate appreciation. When
the favor shown did not
require a great deal of time
or effort, a verbal 'thank
you' is enough.
Write a short letter or
'thank you' note.
Give a small, inexpen-
sive gift. In the Navy, gifts
are normally limited to end-
of-tour occasions and retire-
ments. Gifts must conform
to the Navy regulations that
govern costs.
Treat someone to lunch.
Care must be taken to avoid
the perception .of favoritism,
but when someone does


something for you, taking
the person to lunch is a-com-
mon practice.
Shipmates, the above list
is not all-inclusive. When a
Sailor expends a great deal
of effort, usually over a peri-
od of time, the effort may
indeed be worthy of a
medal. While end-of-tour
awards are common, the
most impressive awards are
the ones given for specific
extraordinary acts.
If you have Sailors that
work for you, make sure you
reward them appropriately.
It's important to remain fair,
and ensure the 'thank you'
method is commensurate to
the effort provided. When a
medal is warranted, a sim-
ple 'thank you' won't do.
Conversely, when an effort
is routine, or not significant
enough to generate a medal,
saying 'thank you' is ade-
quate.
There are many reasons
why good Sailors choose to
leave the Navy. Some of the
reasons are completely pre-
ventable. When a Sailor
feels he or she is not appre-
ciated, or the work they do
doesn't matter, they may
choose to leave.
It's up to every one of you
to make life better for those
that work for you. If the peo-
ple that work for you are
not happy, it's up to you to
learn why, and do what you
can to make sure they have
productive work and sound
goals. If you ignore your
people, or don't reward
them, you can almost count


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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


on them leaving the Navy.
My challenge to each of
you is to get in the habit of
saying thank you on a regu-
lar basis. I think it's easy to
fall prey to the fast-paced
environment we work in
and forget to thank people.
I also believe if you say
thank you as a matter of
course, you probably won't
forget as much. Saying
thank you .is part of the
golden rule, 'do unto others
as you would have them do
to you.'
Saying thank you makes
people feel good. What's
more, when you say thank
you, you too should feel
good. Providing adequate
recognition to your people
will provide for good morale
and can't help but affect
retention in a positive way.
My final recommendation
is to make sure you are sin-
cere when you thank your
people. We've all had people
say thank you to us where
the person saying it either
didn't really care or didn't
pay attention to the level of
effort we expended.
I truly feel if we take a
genuine interest,in the work
of our people, saying thank
you will come off as a gen-'
uine gesture. Keep in mind
it's not the words 'thank
you' that carry the
weight... it's the fact that
you are taking time to rec-
ognize someone's efforts.
Few words are as powerful
as 'thank you'.
Good luck shipmates and
thank, you for your service!


tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
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The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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Hometown: Waycross, Ga.


Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy

Career Plans: To earn a college degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Being sta-
tioned overseas.

Words of Wisdom: Go Navy!




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JOEY WRDEL

'I Job title/command:
I Environmental Engineer
/ j NAS Jax Environment
\. fDepartment

Hometown: Panama City, Fla.


Family Life: I'm married to my wife, Linda.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Roosevelt
Roads, Puerto Rico.

Career Plans: To force my boss into retire-
ment.

Most Interesting Experience: Flying my
private plane to the Bahamas several times.

Words of Wisdom: Don't waste any gold-
en opportunities.


Veterans hiring preference

expanded, for civilian jobs
More service members are now eligible for
veterans' preference when applying for gov-
ernment civilian jobs.
Under the new Defense Authorization Act
for fiscal 2006, the first provision gives pref-
erence to those who have served on active
duty for a period of more than 180 consecu-
tive days, any part of which occurred during
the period beginning Sept. 11,2001, and end-
ing at the close of Operation Iraqi Freedom,
regardless of location, provided they meet
other eligibility conditions.
The second provision clarifies veterans'
preference ,eligibility for individuals who are
discharged or released from active duty
service, provided that they meet other eligi-
bility requirements.
For more information, visit the Office of
Personnel Management Web site.






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 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
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IaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006 3


Individual augmentees:


Be ready for the call

By LI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer .^ r 44


One of the Navy's recent critical contri-
butions to the ongoing global war on
terror (GWOT) is the provision of
individual and unit augmentees to ground
forces across the globe. All Sailors must be
ready to answer this call whenever and
wherever it comes. Individual augmentees
(IA's) are stepping up to the plate when the
call has gone out to support our sister forces
in the GWOT.
One of the biggest setbacks of efficiently
getting Sailors to their IA assignment is
that in some instances service members are
not taking the responsibility to ensure that
their personal, family and legal issues are
up to date. NavAdmin 83/06 addressed this
issue and is directing that all commands
pre-screen their Sailors as potential candi-
dates. The pre-screening will focus on items
such as updating service records, medical
and dental readiness, legal matters, parent-
ing and physical readiness for the future
challenge as an IA.
For the past three years, the Navy has
placed Sailors in IA billets such as Iraq,
Afghanistan, Kuwait, the Horn of Africa
and Guantamo Bay, Cuba. The number of
Sailors being sent to those assignments is
increasing and the Navy is currently look-
ing to send more than 13,000 Sailors as IA's,
mostly to the Central Command area of
responsibility.
According to NavAdmin 83/06, Sailors
have been performing superbly as IA's.
However, there is a lack of personal readi-
ness on the part of the individual preparing
to deploy which is causing undue stress.
The already tight training schedule is
severely impacted when discrepancies arise.
The message also states that since all
Sailors are potential augmentees, pre-
screenings need to be conducted on all
hands to identify any potential readiness
issues.
If these issues are handled prior to
Sailors getting the call to augment our sis-
ter forces, it will prevent any undue hard-
ship for the Sailor and his or her family and
the Navy.
"You can be called upon tomorrow to help
support forces in a very critical role in the
war on terror. Everybody is considered a
candidate and you need to ensure that you
are personally ready to answer the call
when it comes," stated NAS Jax Command
Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green.
"Who is chosen to become an IA is based on


Photo courtesy of LNI(SW/FMF) Troy LeBlanc
LN1 (SW/FMF) Troy LeBlanc volunteered for a
six-month tour in Iraq in July 2004.
specialty or rating, however leadership
quality is a key factor as well."
Recently, LN1(SW/FMF) Troy LeBlanc of
the NAS Jax Legal Department, completed
an IA assignment in Iraq. He commented,
"When we left NAS Jax, I assumed that I
was going to be working in a Navy environ-
ment as a legalman, but when I arrived in
Baghdad, I was immediately immersed into
an Army atmosphere," he said. "As the
Central Criminal Court of Iraq non-commis-
sioned officer in charge, I had to learn the
Army way of speaking and handling legal
matters. It was a whole different situation."
"Prior to my arrival, my screening went
smoothly and I had more time to focus on
learning the skills I needed to be proficient
in so I could support my unit instead of wor-
rying about my personal readiness," he con-
tinued.
You can learn more about IA and how to
be prepared through Navy Knowledge
Online (NKO). The Website recently
launched a Community of Practice (CoP) to
provide Sailors with a vast array of links
and training information. The CoP also foc-

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Photo courtesy of VP-30
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson presents VP-30's Executive Officer Cmdr.
Mark Creasey with the 2005 Captain's Cup Trophy April 5.


VP-30 wins 2005 Captain's Cup


By Lt. Steve Bradfield
VP-30 PAO
he NAS Jacksonville Captain's Cup
trophy was presented to the men
and women of VP-30 April 5 for pre-
vailing in the yearlong multi-sport compe-
tition. This presentation marks VP-30's
sixth award in the past seven years.
With its rebirth in 1998, the Captain's
Cup is awarded annually to the command
that has demonstrated the highest level of
participation and achievement in the NAS
Jacksonville Captain's Cup Athletics
Program during a calendar year. There are
22 sporting events with 15 team sports and
seven individual sports. In order to level
the playing field for smaller commands,


participation points scoring is computed
depending upon the number of personnel
in each command.
Sporting events include: basketball,
bowling, flag football, golf, racquetball, soc-
cer, softball, tennis, volleyball, the Turkey
Trot 5K and Jingle Bell Jog 5K. Some
sports have various forms, such as indoor
and sand volleyball.
This year's competition included 53 com-
mands with varying participation levels.
VP-30 participated in 18 events, earning
enough overall points to prevail in 2005
and take back the trophy from last year's
recipient Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax who came in
a close second.


'Sunseekers' win second-consecutive


Congressman Bill
By Lt. Cmdrs. Eric Ascheman
and Ron McFarland
VR-58 Public Affairs
V R-58 continues to uphold its posi-
tion as the premier aviation logis-
tics support squadron in the Navy
by winning the Congressman Bill Chappell
Award for 2005. This marks the second
time in as many years that the squadron
received this honor.
Congressman Bill Chappell was a loyal
Naval Reservist who actively pursued a
strong Naval Air Reserve Force while serv-
ing in the-United States Congress and was
the driving force in the acquisition of C-9
aircraft into the Naval Reserve. His efforts
are honored in this award, which recog-
nizes the Navy's top operational logistics
squadrons based on scheduling efficiency,
detachment performance, selected
reservist operational contributions, train-


Chappell Award
ing accomplishments, and overall opera-
tional excellence.
During 2005, the "Sunseekers" of VR-58
supported the fleet through logistics trans-
portation to six continents around the
globe, 24 hours a day, seven days a week,
directly supporting operations such as
Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, the
Global War on Terrorism, and humanitari-
an relief missions for the tsunami and
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Last year,
the Sunseekers transported more than 1.5
million pounds of cargo, more than 31,000
passengers and flew in excess of 6,100
hours.
"We are No. 1 due to the pride and pro-
fessionalism of the Sunseeker team," said
VR-58 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Nigel
MacWilkinson, "We will continue to sup-
port the fleet around the world, anywhere,
anytime!"


Tech Expo comes to NAS Jax


Photo byJ01 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville hosted a Technology Expo at the NAS Jax Officers' Club Friday. The
event featured more than 25 exhibitors demonstrating the latest in multimedia comput-
ers, IT products, secure data solutions and much more. From left, VP-30 Sailors
CMDCM(AW/SW) Gary Dryer, YNC(AW/SW) Scott Jenkins and AOC(AW/SW) Leonard
Evans listen to 3M Visual Systems Representative Brad Ashbrook explains his company's
visual wall display during the event.



READY: Being prepared to deploy
From Page 3 ing personal initiative to be ready for the
call. "IA requirements are a reality and we
uses on the fact that all Sailors will have must be ready from officer to enlisted.
questions and concerns about IA assign- That means individually, we keep ourselves
ments. There are message boards, IA check- in a deployable status," he wrote. "On the
lists, uniform requirements and even an leadership side, we must ensure we are
area where you can volunteer for an IA leading and managing our folks to the high-
assignment. est possible state of readiness in case the
In an article in last week's issue of Jax Air call comes. All Sailors are potential IA's and
Njws, Pacific Fleet Master Chief F.TCM all Sailors need to be ready to support the
(SS/SW) R.D. West talked about Sailors tak- war on terror."












VP-5 Sailor takes


the oath, becomes


an American citizen


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By PH1(SW)
G. Wade McKinnon
VP-5


.n a packed U.S. District
Courtroom in down-
town Jacksonville April
20, AD3 Mony En of VP-5
took an oath much differ-
ent from her Navy oath of
enlistment.
En, a native of Thailand,
along with 50 other immi-
grants from 28 different
countries, stood proudly,
raising her right hand to
take the oath to become an
American citizen.
The oath of allegiance is
a three-part oath. First,
the soon-to-be new citizens
must renounce their alle-
giance to their former
country.
Second, they agree to
defend the United States
and bear it true allegiance.
And third, they agree to
bear arms for the United
States and non-combative
services when required by
law.
After listening to the
oath, the group proudly
exclaimed, "I do!" allowing
them to become United
States citizens.
The presiding judge, the
Honorable Harvey Schle-
singer then spoke to the
group, "The beauty of this
country is to be different,


From the Navy
College Office


4l


AD3 Mony En displays her
certificate granting her U.S.
citizenship after pledging the
oath of citizenship at a natu-
ralization ceremony at the U.
S. District Court Middle Flo-
rida April 20. She joined the
U. S. Navy in August 2004
and in less than a year was
able to become a U.S. citi-
zen. En is attached to VP-5.
never forget that govern-
ment exists for people and
not people for the govern-
ment." said Schlesinger.
A video presentation
from President George W.
Bush followed the judge's
speech. In it Bush stated
he is pleased to welcome
everyone as American citi-
zens to live out the full


Photos by PHI (SW) G. Wade McKinnon
AD3 Mony En raises her right hand to take the oath to
become a U.S. citizen during the naturalization ceremony
April 20.
purpose of American life. don't need a dream, just a
The principal speaker, Goal,"Vu said.
Tri Vu, president and For En, who joined the
owner of TTV Architects, Navy in August 2004, this
Inc., took the same oath is a dream come true.
over two decades ago when z "Now that I'm a citizen, I
he left his country of feel different because I feel
Vietnam due to the war. free to move on to other
"This is a memorable things. It's a step closer to
and honorable event of my goal. I want to be a
your life, you can partici- pilot one-day and I had to
pate in the government at be a citizen to get there.
,the city, state, and federal It's always been a dream of
level. In my old country of mine to fly," said En, who
Vietnam, you could not do takes flying lessons at the
that. This is truly a land Jax Navy Flying Club on
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6 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006


SMonth


Of The


ta r hild






,.Military children

r ogn*
recOgnized in April
J& By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
AS Jacksonville celebrated the "Month of the
Military Child" this month with a variety of events
to provide some quality family time and to give our
military children here a sense pride that they belong to a
military community,
Every April since 1986, the Department of Defense has
recognized this unique group of people who play an impor-
Stant role to our country. This is a time to recognize and
honor these small patriots for the many sacrifices they
make as members of military families. Children of mili-
tary members often find themselves uprooted from their
environments by constant moves and must learn to deal
with their parent or parents being gone on deployments.
In an effort to make them feel special and important,
military bases around the world hold events catered to
kids. "The Month of the Military Child is celebrated to rec-
..ognize and to show appreciation for all children who are
military dependents. Military families face many chal-
-lenges such as continuous moves, being separated from
family and friends and that is hard on children" said NAS
Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Department
Youth Activity Center (YAC) Director Megan Elliot.
A group of toddlers enjoy their bowls of ice cream during the ice cream social Friday. "Military children are so understanding and patient when
it comes to their moms or dadso, sometimes both being
-- away for such long periods of time. It really impacts a
.... "... '""child when their parents can not make a sporting event,
share a birthday or celebrate a good report card."
"Not only are our Sailors brave by going oversees and
fighting for our country, the children are brave as well.
The child years are so important. It's important for chil-
dren to have set routines
and friends and family
P hotos byYaround," Elliot continued.
Ph toms"'When they move, all of that
Ka yle disappears and they have to
start over. This is the time
when they are learning
La otcque morals and beliefs and they
L o q e.are just trying to grow up
the best they can. When
their parents are away theyI
need that extra support."
Probably one of the biggest
events held this month was (From left) Alannah Croxton,
the Month of the Military Kashuna Williams and Savan-
Child Carnival April 8 at nah Tigner show off their cra-
YAC. Hundreds of childrenzy hats as they play in the
and their families turned sand at the Child Develop-
out to play on the largesmeet
eveinflatables, do arts and crafts, play games, win prizes and
'IL~the Month.ofAtof toddlers fromhthe NASliaxsChildSDean-


"r group "- just spend some quality time together.
opment Center happily display their hats during "Throughout the month at YAC, we had special sharing
SCrazy Hat and Shoe Day at the center April 5. sessions with the children so they could share where they
have been, where their parents have been and how it
makes them feel. We encouraged the kids to draw pictures
of the places they have seen and encouraged them the talk
to us if they feel sad, angry or confused," added Elliot. "We
also want families to know that there are many programs
available here. At YAC, .not only do we offer before and
after school care and camps, we have an open recreation
NAS..x Feetprogram where children can come, meet friends, hang out
NAS Jax Fleet with counselors. Our staff is here to help them grow,
and Family mature and bring out their best qualities. We deeply care
Support Center about these kids and want the best for them."
Victim Advocate At the NAS Jax Child Development Center (CDC),
Amy Sulzmann events were planned each day that allowed the children to
reads The Polar Express express themselves in unique ways and let parents inter-
by Chris Van AIIsburg act with them in their environment. "We celebrate our
to a group of preschoolers children here everyday. They are all unique in their own
_at the NAS lax ways and we do our best to make them feel special while
Child Development Center teaching them the skills they need to advance socially,
April 21. emotionally and cognitively," said CDC Director Mary
Cano. "Some of the ideas our staff came up with to cele-
___________- brate Month of the Military Child were a crazy/hat and
.. 3 shoe day, an art exhibit and show and tell day. We also had
. _..._ .,several parties that parents were invited to attend such as
. ."-- -.an ice cream social and a block party. We think it's impor-
. tant for the parents to be involved in the child's activities
both at home and in school."
".. -While celebrating military children is a big event during
the month of April, it is also a time to remember that child
.- ,abuse and neglect will not be tolerated. April is also Child
Abuse Prevention Awareness Month. This year's theme for
Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month is "Celebrating
our Future Heroes."
"Each April, the Fleet and Family Support Center and
-,- ,,."."-- MWR tries to increase the awareness and need for child
.- . -, abuse prevention to help educate the community about
the impact this portrays on children's lives and their fami-
.. ..", .... -, lies. Child abuse is a serious issue whether it's physical,
.... sexual or emotional. The staff at FFSC provides preven-


tion, identification and treatment for child abuse issues,"
-""..- explained FFSC Child Therapist Carol Miller.
", .,.. To promote this month, a special proclamation was
signed at the CDC April 7 by NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson. Aftei signing the proclamation,
Dobson spent time reading to a group of children. "Capt.
Dobson is instrumental in promoting healthy and positive
interactions between adults and children by setting aside
the time to model a playful and caring exchange with the
"""children at the CDC and by routinely making himself
"available to kick off the annual celebration," said Miller.
NAS jax Child Development Center Education Technician Marilyn Harper creates some bubbles for a group of toddlers to "Our goal is to ensure our military children and their fam-
catch and chase during Bubble Day at the center April 11. lilies live in safe, healthy environments."










JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006 7


From left, Daijon Jones, AshLyn Auclair and Malachi West enjoy their bowls of ice cream during an ice cream social at the NAS Jax Child Development Center Friday.


(Above) Two-year-old Taylor Oberfoell drives a toy truck while Lillian Keels catches a ride during
Crazy Hal and Shoe Day at the NAS lax Child Development Center April 5.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson signs a proclamation stating that April is
Child Abuse Prevention Month at the NAS Jax Child Development Center April 7.


(From left) NAS lax and NS Mayport Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) Director Hector
Sepulveda, NAS lax Commanding Office, Capt. Chip Dobson, FFSC Child Therapist Carol
Miller and NAS Jax Child Development Center (CDC) Director Mary Cano display the Child
Abuse Prevention Proclamation at the CDC.

Child Abuse Prevention Proclamation
WHEREAS, child abuse is a community problem and finding solutions depends upon the Involvement of
people throughout the community:
WHEREAS, the number of children who are abused and neglected Increases each year:
WHEREAS, the effects of child abuse are felt by the entire community, and need to be addressed by the
community as a whole;

WHEREAS, child abuse prevention programs succeed when social service agencies, schools, religious
organizations, law enforcement, and the business community form partnerships:
WHEREAS, child abuse prevention Is aided by programs, which offer positive alternatives for young
people, and encourage them to develop strong ties to their community;
WHEREAS. increased awareness of child abuse, and ways to prevent It within the community will help
parents raise their children In a safe, nurturing environment;
LET IT BE KNOWN, therefore, that I, Captain E. W. Dobson. Jr., do hereby proclaim "April as Child Abuse
Prevention Month" at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.

Captain E.W. Dobson Jr.
Commanding Officer








8 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Can't we have some good news for once?


By Chaplain
Pope
NAS Jax Chapel


(Lt.) Mylon


I used to think that
nothing would ever
surprise me anymore,
but yesterday I read an
article about the funeral of
Marine Cpl. David Bass.
While reading this arti-
cle, I was more than just
surprised. I was outraged.
Bass was killed while serv-
ing his country in Iraq on
April 2.
In anyone's book, he died
a hero's death and should
be treated as such, but
there is a strange group
from an obscure church in
Kansas who now uses the
funerals of our fallen
heroes to call attention to
their twisted theology of
hate and confusion.
In the name of God, they
held up signs that say


Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
things like "thank God for
dead soldiers", and "God
hates America", all within
clear sight of the grieving
family and friends of a
man who gave his life pro-
tecting the very freedom
they are in the process of
abusing.
How in God's name can
someone do something so


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AC3 Elicio Catacan of NAS Jacksonville
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the annual Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society Fund Drive.


hateful and cruel in the
name of Jesus Christ? We
have just come through the
Easter season that remind-
ed us of Christ's love and
sacrifice.
We, Christians believe
that he came to teach us
the importance of loving
others more than we love
ourselves . whether we
agree with them or not.
But when I read about a
hate-filled man like Rev.
Fred Phelps who is respon-
sible for these reprehensi-
ble protests, I have to ask
God to give me the
patience to realize that
there are people in the
world who are so much at
war with themselves, they
seek to make casualties
wherever they go.
Freedom is a strange
thing. It gives us the right
to say whatever we want
whenever we want.


However, it does not give
us the ability to escape the
consequences of the
actions we choose to take.
Sooner or later, I imagine
there will be consequences
for Phelps' actions.
It is amazing to me that
in Iowa at the funeral of a
fallen Marine hero, he held
up a sign that denigrated
the fallen Marine and
walked away from the
event intact. That to me is
an indicator that the ones
who are holding the signs
do not represent Christ or
anything Christian and
the ones who are grieving
do.
Once again, I think that
nothing I can ever see will
,surprise me again, but
then I will read tomorrow's
paper and be amazed. For
once, I would like it to be
about something good
instead of more bad news!


/ ; A;~~~2~All4 K..


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Photos by PH3 David Didier




ET1 Marcharl Moody
of NAS Jacksonville Air
Operations Department
and a group of his co-
workers wash vehicles
to support the annual
Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society
Fund Drive Friday.


Marriage enrichment


Naval Hospital


Mental Health


expanding services


for couples
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Mental Health
Department is offering a workshop called
"Develoling and Enriching Your Marriage by
Understanding Yourself and Your Partner" Saturday.
This is described as "an experiential and interactive
workshop for couples who want to strengthen their
marriage while personally growing within the mar-
riage.
The workshop is facilitated by Bruce Kristol. Ph.D..
a Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff psychologist who
has been in private practice in Jacksonville since
1979.
The workshop includes mini-lectures, visual slides,
couple interactions and group discussion. Frederick
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 & Priorities
Levels & Styles of Communication
Listening Skills
Win/Win Strategies
Neutralizing"Hot Buttons"
Four Social Styles and Character
Connecting & Distancing Issues
Dealing with Feelings and Emotions
Responsibility Issues
Support and Encouragement
The workshop will take place in the Substance
Abuse Rehabilitation Program Training Building
located behind the Naval Hospital Emergency Room
at Saphier and Tatum Streets. Call 542-3473, Ext. 152
to pre-register.


FFSC offers educational and support programs
From Staff
he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the bash.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommodations
.or handicapped access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are available in May:
May 13-16, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition Assistance Program
(Separating)
May 22-25, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition Assistance Program
(Retiring)
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May 30, 9 a.m. noon Anger Management Workshop
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Press competition













Photos by Shannon Leonard
ET2 Donovan Davis of USS Halyburton bench presses
505 pounds during the Bench Press Competition April
19. Davis took second place in the competition.
MA1 Torey Taylor, a dog han-
dler with NAS lax Security
Department, receives the
first-place award for winning
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Department Fitness Source
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USO Golf Tourney nets $40,000


Byj ] Mike England
Assistant Editor
he third annual Bob P.
Coonan Memorial USO Golf
Tournament was held at NAS
Jax April 6. The tournament was
founded in honor of former USO
Executive Director and NAS
Jacksonville Executive Officer Bob
Coonan, who passed away in
February 2004 after battling can-
cer,
The event raised nearly $40,000
for the Greater Jacksonville Area
USO, $10,000 of which was pledged
by presenting sponsor Miller
Electric. However, the overall
money raised by the tournament
was down due to the loss of a few
long-term sponsors. Tournament
players received several free gifts
just for showing up, including USO
hats, golf towels, free rounds of golf
at the NAS Jax Golf Club and
Hidden Hills Country Club and free
boarding passes to SunCruz
Casino,.
Greater Jacksonville Area U80
Executive Director K.C. M-Catrl.ihy
said the tournament plays an
important role in the USO's overall
general uperati,,ns. "This tourna-
ment is our biggest annual


Photo courtesy of the USO
(From left) David Morales, Edd Rhodes and Robert Manchino take a time-out


after winning first place gross of the
USO Golf Tournament April 6.
fundraiser," McCarthy stated. "We
rely on it for our operating funds."
Funded through United Way, the
City of Jacksonville, and individual
corporations and citizens of
Jacksonville, the USO serves the
local active duty military and their
families. "We are also an organiza-
tion our local military can con-
Iribuite to through the annual Com-
bined Federal Campaign,"
McCarthy said. By choosing to
donate to 5051, viur dollars stay in
the local community and help the


third annual Bob P. ,Coonan Memorial

USO broaden their base of opera-
tions and scope of services.
The Greater Jacksonville Area
USO provides calling cards,
Internet access, free and discounted
tickets to a variety of theme parks
and sporting events throughout the
year to service members and free
care packages are provided to every
deploying service member. They are
located at NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport and Jacksonville Interna-
tional Airport. For more informa-
tion, visit www.usojax.org.


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$150 includes all classroom materials and use of mari-
na 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 Saturday and Sunday
$50, includes all classroom materials and use of marina
motorboats.
Free kayak and canoe rental on Thursday's for active-
duty.


For more information, call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)
Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark bowling with light
show and music!


Family Day
Every Sunday
11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and soft drink for $5
Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday
Includes shoe rental
6-10 p.m.


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!
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Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House.
Every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close


For more information on fitness and athletics, call 542-
3518/3229.
Learn to Lift
Every Monday 9 a.m.
Every Tuesday 4 p.m.,
Sign up at the Fitness Source Front Desk.


For more information about I.T T trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
The following water park tickets are available for pur-
chase 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)


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registration


Photos by Shannon Leonard
HM2 Alvin Martin of Naval Hospital Jax and Carol
Leaphart patiently wait in line for the the NAS jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Department's Youth Activities
Center to open for Summer Camp registration Saturday.
Martin and Leaphart waited in line for about 10 hours to
register their children for the camp. "I wanted to make
sure we got the children signed up. I think this camp is a
safe environment and a great experience for military chil-
dren."


Dis;ney's Typhtoon Lagoon, Orlando
$33.30 i Adults $28.25 i ages 3-91
Wet'n Wild, Orlando
$25.75 (adults) $21.75 (ages 3-9)
Adventure Landing, Jacksonville Beach
$18 (ages three and over)
Summer Waves Water Park, Jekyll Island, Ga.
$14 (general admission), $12 (under 49 in,)

Jacksonville Sun's tickets available for purchase at
the I.T.T. office
Homeplate box seat $9.50
Reserved seat $6.50
General admission $3.50
Sun's Salute to the Military Nights May 20, June 11,
July 7 and Aug. 10.


St. Simons Island
May 20
Adults $31, Children (under 11) $28
Includes guided tour, lighthouse admission, and trans-
portation.
Trip deadline is May 15!
The Beresford Lady in Deland, Florida
June 10
$53
Includes museum admission, paddleboat tour, and lunch
on the boat, and transportation.
Trip deadline is June 2!


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Free Comedy Zone Trip
Tonight
Includes free admission and appetizers.
Jax Beach Parade
Sunday
Departs Liberty Cove at 9 a.m.


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the base upon arriving at-
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for assistance.
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Reducing risk with
From the U.S. Consumer
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Liquid petroleum (LP) gas or propane,
used in gas grills, is highly flamma-
ble. Each year about 30 people are
injured as a result of gas grill fires and
explosions. Many of these fires and explo-
sions occur when consumers first use a
grill that has been left idle for a period of
time or just after refilling and reattaching
the grill's gas container. To reduce the risk
of fire or explosion, consumers should rou-
tinely perform the following safety checks:
Preparing the grill
Always follow the manufacturer's
instructions that accompany the grill.
Check for gas leaks, following the man-
ufacturer's instructions, if you smell gas or
when you reconnect the grill to the LP gas
container. If you detect a leak, immediately
turn off the gas and don't attempt to light
the grill until the leak is fixed.
Check the tubes that lead into the
burner for any blockage from insects, spi-
ders, or food grease. Use a pipe cleaner or
wire to clear blockage and push it through
to the main part of the burner.
Check the grill hoses for cracking, brit-
tleness, holes, and leaks. Make sure there
are no sharp bends in the hose or tubing.
Move gas hoses as far away as possible
from hot surfaces and dripping hot grease.
If you can't move the hoses, install a heat
shield to protect them.
Replace scratched or nicked connec-
tors, which can eventually leak gas.
Keep lighted cigarettes, matches, or
open flames away from a leaking grill.
Do not attempt to repair the tank
valve or the appliance yourself. See an LP
gas dealer or a qualified appliance repair-
person.
Using the grill
Never use a grill indoors. Use the grill
-at least 10 feet away from your house or
any building. Do not use the grill in a
garage, breezeway, carport, porch, or under
a surface that can catch fire.
Keep all children and pets away from
grill while in operation and until after use
until grill is cooled.
Keep a fire extinguisher accessible.
Use proper utensils that will allow you
to be a safe distance from grill while cook-
ing.
Do not wear loose clothing while cooking.
Always shut off valve to propane tanks
when not in use.
If Your Grill Catches on Fire
If the fire is in the grill portion seems
"out of control" simply turn off the burners.
If the fire involves one of the hoses,


grilling safety tips
and you can safely'reach the propane tank
valve, shut the tank valve off.
If the fire involves the tank, leave it
alone, evacuate the area and call the fire
department (911)
If there is any type of fire that threat-
ens either personal safety or endangers
property, call the fire department (911)
Storing/transporting LP gas
Consumers should use caution when
storing LP gas containers. Always keep
containers upright. Never store a spare gas
container under or near the grill or
indoors. Never store or use flammable liq-
uids, like gasoline, near the grill.
To avoid accidents while transporting
LP gas containers, consumers should
transport the container in a secure,
upright position. Never keep a filled con-
tainer in a hot car or car trunk. Heat will
cause the gas pressure to increase, which
may open the relief valve and allow gas to
escape.
Consumers should use extreme caution
and always follow manufacturer's instruc-
tions when connecting or disconnecting LP
gas containers.
Grills manufactured after October 1,
1995, are required to have three additional
safety features to eliminate leak hazards: a
device to limit the flow of gas in the event
of hose rupture; a mechanism to shut-off
the grill; and a feature to prevent the flow
of gas if the connection between the tank
and the grill is not leak proof. Consumers
should consider purchasing grills that have
these safety features.
Charcoal grill safety tips
Charcoal produces carbon monoxide
(CO) when it is burned. CO is a colorless,

odorless gas that can accumulate to toxic
levels in closed environments. Each year
about 30 people die and 100 are injured as
a result of CO fumes from charcoal grills
and hibachis used inside.
Never burn charcoal inside of homes,
vehicles, tents, or campers. Charcoal
should never be used indoors, even if venti-
lation is provided.
Since charcoal produces CO fumes
until the charcoal is completely extin-
guished, do not store the grill indoors with
freshly used coals.
Never apply charcoal lighter fluid after
charcoal has been lit. The fire may return
into the fluid container and explode.
Keep all children and pets away from
grill while in operation and until after use
when grill is cooled.
Keep a fire extinguisher accessible.
Use proper utensils that will allow you to
be a safe distance from grill while cooking.
Do not wear loose clothing while cook-
ing.


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14 JaXAr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006


NAS Jax offers online CLEP
From the Navy 10 a.m. and noon. Testing is Principles of
College Office also offered the second Macroeconomics
Thursday of each month at Principles of
he Navy College Offi- 6 p.m. Microeconomics
ces in partnership Call 632-5020 or e-mail Intro Psychology
with Florida Commu- assessme@fccj.edu to sched- Intro Sociology
nity College at Jacksonville ule your CLEP testing Social Sciences and
(FCCJ) will now offer appointment at NAS History
eCLEP testing at NAS Jacksonville. Examinees U.S. History I: Early
Jacksonville and NS May- are required to arrive 15 Colonization to 1877
port where eligible person- minutes prior to the start of U.S. History IH: 1865 to
nel may take CLEP exams the test. Present
free in the FCCJ on-base Testing appointments esen Civilization
computer lab and receive must be made no later than AnciWestern Civilization I:
;immediate scores. 3 p.m. the day before your AncWent Near East to 1648
All CLEP tests are avail- desired test date. Western Civilization II:
:able for all personnel at The following CLEP 1648 to Present
INAS Jacksonville. Person- exams are available: Business
iniel are not required to be Composition and Information Systems
!an FCCJ student. DANTES Literature and Computer
;funds the CLEP exams for American Literature Applications
-rilitary personnel with Analyzing and Principles of
;"Armed Forces of the Interpreting Literature Management
;United States" ID cards. English Composition Principles of
Two photo ID's are required English Literature Accounting
;of all personnel testing. Freshman College Intro Business Law
Unfunded personnel Composition Principles of Marketing,
include adult family mem- Humanities Information and/or prac-
bers of military, Depart- Foreign Languages tice exams are available
,ment of Defense employees, French (Levels 1&2) through the following:
,and other civilians enrolled German (Levels 1&2) https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil
!in the on-base degree pro- Spanish (Levels 1&2) or check with your Career
:grams. For each test those Science and Math Counselor/ESO to see if
.personnel will pay a sepa- Calculus they have a testing CD
,rate, non-refundable $15 College Algebra downloaded by the Navy
registration fee by check or College College Office. Navy Col-
hmoney order made out to Algebra/Trigonometry lege has paper-based prac-
'FCCJ and a $55 exam fee Trigonometry twice tests that can be taken
,by check, money order or College Math th ColleOffe
;credit card. The $15 fee Biology in the avy College office.
must be paid no later than Chemistry CLEP study books can be
3-p.m. the day before the Natural Sciences purchased in major book
test date. The $55 exam fee History and Social stores. Other CLEP exam
;will be paid the day of test- Sciences preparation resources:
ing. Testing at NAS American Government http://www.collegeboard.c
;acksonville is offered by Human Growth and om/student/testing/clep/abo
Appointment on Wednes- Development .ut.html, http://www.freeu-
Iys at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Intro to Educational niv.com/ and http://www.
End 1 p.m. and Fridays at Psychology istudysmart.com/.

JEARTH DAY: NAS Jax displays environmental initiatives
^ From Page 1 ,t nI I I,* ',


incorporated into everything we do every-
day." added Garland.
Billy Brownfield, an assistant hazardous
waste manager at NAS Jax's
Environmental Division, enjoys the oppor-
tunity the celebration gives him to educate
kids about protecting Northeast Florida's
natural resources. "This gives us the
chance to teach kids about environmental
protection and talk to their parents about
how adamant the base is about protecting
the environment," Brown remarked.
1 Several Northeast Florida residents
stopped by the booth to learn about NAS
Jacksonville's environmental initiatives
while their children grabbed the free good-
ies the environmental division had lain
out. Jacksonville Resident Dwayne Brown
was impressed with the division's layout.

:"This is a great example of our military
working for the people by protecting its cit-
izens and their environment."
. The Navy has .recognized NAS
PJacksonville's environmental protection
programs as being among the best. They've
,under taken several initiatives to preserve
tour natural resources including conserva-
tion education of the station's military and
,civilian work force and their children at
the NAS Jacksonville Interpretive Center
'and on the two nature trails. Also, the for-
est. management program includes conver-
sion from slash to longleaf pine to increase
gopher tortoise habitat. And, fish and
ivildlife protection occurs through reloca-
tion of species to accomplish mission goals,


SSIU's Workforce
from the Navy College
;Office "
Southern Illinois Uni-
versity's Work-force
Education and Devel-
jpment (WED) Graduate
"Program is ranked ninth in
the nation, according to
U.S. News and World Re-
port.
This survey was conduct-
ed last fall of more than
1,200 programs and
approximately 9,600 aca-
demics and other profes-
sionals. The specific ratings
in education come from
nominations by education
school deans and deans of
graduate studies.
This is great news for
current and former stu-
dents in the WED Bachelor
,of Science (BS) Degree
Program at the local mili-
;tary bases. The same facul-
;ty members who teach in
;the WED graduate pro-
;grams also teach in the BS
Degree here. You are get-
ting nationally recognized
faculty teaching at NAS
Jacksonville.
To enroll in the BS WED
Program at NAS Jax, call

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Navy Jax Yacht Club's race season begins in May


From the Navy Jax Yacht Club
The Navy Jax Yacht Club (NJYC)
will begin their racing season
next month with a series of regat-
tas. These regattas consist of several dif-
ferent classes of races. There are plenty
of opportunities for everyone to take
part in these events and enjoy a day on
the water.
The following regattas are planned for
this year:
Wave Regatta May 13. Registration
starts at 9 a.m., a captain's meeting will
be held at noon and the race begins at 1
p.m. This is the first in a series of four
regattas put on by First Coast Sailing
Association. This one is being hosted by


NJYC. There are two divisions and all
women's crew and a crew of 50 percent
women.
Armed Forces Day Regatta May 20.
Registration starts at 9 a.m., a captain's
meeting will be held at noon and the
race begins at 1 p.m. This regatta will
have two divisions one for cruisers and
one for one-designs, lasers, Flying Scots,
etc.
Anyone who would like to be part of
these events can come crew on another
person's boat or use one from the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Call the marina
at 542-3260.
For more information about the regat-
tas or the NJYC, call Jeannie at 779-
7394.


Computer training offered on base


T he Navy College
Offices in partnership
with Florida Com-
munity College at Jack-
sonville (FCCJ).will offer
computer training at NAS
Jax.
The first class, Resume
Writing Using Word, is free
to active duty service mem-
bers and their family mem-
bers. Enrollment is limited
to the first 18 people. This
initial class will be offered
as a two-day, four-hour ses-
sion May 17-19 from 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The class
will be held in the FCCJ
Computer Lab in Building
110.
These additional classes
will follow:
Learn to Budget Through
Excel
Business Writing Using


Photo by J01 Mike England
A group of Jacksonville residents visit the
NAS Jax Environmental Department's booth
during the Earth Day celebration Saturday.
making brush piles to increase habitat and
providing signage to educate people.
Annual shoreline clean ups are also held
annually to maintain the station's shores.
"Our base won the Secretary of the Navy
and Chief of Naval Operations Natural
Resources Conservation' Team Award this
year," Garland said. "Our education pro-
grams and interpretive center explain how

our operations are in compliance of envi-
ronmental law, we're very proud of that. I
guess we must we doing something right."
The first Earth Day celebration began in
1970 as part of a nationwide grassroots
demonstration. The United States recog-
nizes Earth Day on April 22, however
many of the events celebrating this day are
held throughout the week.


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Photo by 1]O Mike England
Sailors from HS-3 and VS-24 depart on a motorcycle group ride through Jacksonville at
the conclusion of a motorcycle roundup conducted jointly by the two squadrons April
18 at NAS Jacksonville. The event featured a demonstration by the Jacksonville Sheriffs'
Office Motorcycle Drill Team and a motorcycle skills challenge. VS-24 Safety Officer Lt.
Cmdr. David Featherby said the training fufills Chief of Naval Operations safety require-
ments in a way that was fun for their Sailors."We were looking for a way to get our
Sailors the required training they needed after returning from a long deployment,"
Featherby stated. "We contacted BMT Designers & Planners and they were able to help
us set this up."

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together to provide you
with an educational path
from Navy "A" school to a
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16 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Tennis tourney slated
for May 1
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
meeting planned
An indoor volleyball meeting
will be held May 10 at 11:30
a.m. in the Building 850 confer-
ence room. The league is open
to all NAS Jax active duty, com-
mand Department of Defense
personnel and Selective
Reservists. Commands having
their athletic officer or designat-,
ed representative attend the
meeting will receive five cap-
tain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to
get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Intramural golf
meeting coming up
An intramural golf meeting will
be held May 17. The league is
open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of
Defense personnel and selec-
tive reservists. The meeting will
be held at 11:30 a.m. on the'
deck outside Mulligan's at the
golf course. Commands having
their athletic officer or designat-


ed representative attend the
meeting will receive five
Captain's Cup points. All inter-
ested personnel should attend
the meeting to discuss rules and
to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Greybeard and
intramural basketball
league meetings
The Greybeard League is
open to all NAS Jax active duty,
Department of Defense person-
nel 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 meet-
ings will be held in Building 850.
All interested personnel should
attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Navy Southeast
Regional Running and
Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners.
Represent U.S. Navy in 5K,
10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will
showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well
as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested
runners must compete in a
sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) race and your
time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race
and your time meets the region-


al qualifying time, contact your
base athletic director.
Southeast regional
qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30
min. Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K
swim, 10K run, 40K bike.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military
Officials Association is looking
for individuals to officiate soc-
cer, softball, football and volley-
ball 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
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax #86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID #300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appoint-
ment or for more information, call 269-2945. The
chapter will also hold a poker run May 6. All pro-
ceeds will go to the Veterans Hospital Relief Fund.:
Register from 10 a.m. to noon at Judy's Pub on
San Juan. For more information, call 269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired- Federal Employees invites
all active and retired 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 infor-
mation, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited
to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org..
Parents Without Partners meetings are held
the second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at
The Country Cabin restaurant located on
Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to
any single, divorced, separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
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 mom-
sclubopw@
yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit www.aao9.


com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue
room. For more information, call Janneice Moore
af 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Association of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open invitation to all cur-
rently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact .Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
Several youth fishing derbies will be held
throughout the city of Jacksonville. The following
are the days, times and locations: May 6, 9 a.m. to
noon at Huguenot Park, June 3, 9 a.m. to noon at
Hanna Park and Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to noon at
Oceanway Park. A youth fishing 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 Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through September. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historic river-
front gardens, view the museum's Masterworks
collection and special exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's hands-on educa-
tion center. For more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
Members of the Veteran 315th Bomb Wing
and their families will return once again to Guam
in honor of those past and present, this summer
for the Last Mission Reunion Tour, Aug. 13-19.
Interested parties can contact Bev Green at 217-
893-3197. For more information, go to www.mil-
tours.com or caill-800-722-9501.


Much Ado About Books focuses on military


The annual Much Ado
About Books literary
festival includes a
special emphasis on mili-
tary writers and topics.
From naval attacks in
Vietnam to the lives of
American soldiers in Iraq,
those who enjoy this genre
of non-fiction will find
much to enjoy at the free
May 13 event in downtown
Jacksonville.
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featured authors at this
year's festival will be Carol
Reardon, who wrote
"Launch the Intruders, a
Naval Attack Squadron in
the Vietnam War, 1972," as
well as "Pickett's Charge in
History and Memory" and
"Soldiers and Scholars: The
U.S. Army and the Uses of
Military History, 1865-
1920."
Author John Crawford,
who wrote "The Last True
Story I'll Ever Tell,


Biography of a U.S. Soldier
in Iraq" will also be avail-
able to discuss his work
and sign copies.
Attendees will be able to
interact with more than 40
authors. Children will enjoy
the festival's Children's
Chapter. Attendees can
also participate in more
than 25 free panel sessions.
For more details, call 630-
1995 or visit www.muchado
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VP-30
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VP-16


Intramural Softball
Standings
As of April 21
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 Staff 9 0
NAVAIR 7 1
VP-62/NAR 7 1
HS-75 8 2
VP-5 7 2
NavHosp 6 2
VP-45 6 2
HS-3 4 3
AIMD 500 5 4
HSCWSL 3 4
FACSFAC 4 5
VP-16 4 5
FANG 3 5
VP-30 Blue 4 6
PSD 3 6
VS-24 2 1
AIMD 650 2 7
SERCC 1 9
VP-30 Gold 1 9
NCTS 0 9

Greybeard Softball
Standings


Team
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home + sep. efflc. on lot
near Tidal Creek. Cudjo
Point, Camden Co.
$134,900. 912. 279-0292

286 Tift Co.,
0 GA
17 ACRES, RIVERFRONT
-Fish ponds, 2 acres
open, riverfront used
for seafood rest.
'87-'03. 2360sf home,
new in '98, asking
$750k. 229-386-0692
First time avail outside
of family In over l00yrs

294 Fernandina/
294 iAmelia Island
& FLEMING ISLAND-
3/2 for sale, LR/DR,
g? great room
wth fireplace,
cathedral ceilings,
tile thru. out. Must see,
$229,900 call 779.1918

FSBO- Pace Island
4/3,2700sf, bonus
J room, lagoon,
fenced yard,
woodlam. floors
screened porch $380K,
403-6270 PCS


298 Open House
CUSTOM POOL
HOME on 4 ac, 10 ft. Orange Park South
ceilings, tile, .T 2116 Farm Way 3/2
laminate |J, 2600sf, screened
throughout. Motivated porch shed, fence,
seller. Kingsland, $184,900 PEN HOUSE
outlying $345K, April 8,12.5pm,
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Just Listed! Gorgeous
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Stylish Venetia story
3/2.A. $289,900
BETIES CIRCLE-ISH
2 sty brick, tall/fat
oaks. $599,000
AVONDALE
Charming 3BR, 2 car
garage. $210,000
CONFEDERATE POINT
Gorgeous 2sty ,pool,
4/2.5, 2811SF. $39K
ORTEGA FOREST
Classic tree shaded
3/2 brick. $430,000
A" 10" IN VENETIA
Nicely updated 3/2,
great kitchen. $299K
WATERFRONT
Bright & Open Ortega
Forest 3/2.5. Deck,
dock, boathouse.
$1,150,000
YACHT CLUB RD.
Amazing Riverfront
home w/skyllne view.
Meticulously reno-
vated. 5/3.5, 4297SF.
$2.6 MiI


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FSBO New listing. 4/2.5
with pool and Jacuzzi,
5220 Ortega Oaks Lane.
$425,000 777-3772
HISTORIC AVONDALE
renov. 3/2.5. new kit,
granite counter, stain-
ess appli hwd firs
w/many unique fea-
tures, 2 car gar, across
from park and close to
shops of Avondale.
$490,000 Call 881-6668


300 Avondale/
Ortega


Olde world charm
revisited. Updated 1200
sq ft 2/1 with many
unique features. All the
work has been done.
$269,900
891-5513/269-1270



RENT Til Closing $1400mo
3/2 ch&a fpl, 1497sf,
new roof + more. $255K
1302 Talbot 904-465.3301
2/2-4432 Marquette
Ave. $189k. Completely
remod, 384-0928 or
652-5873 -By Owner

305 Southside
100% FINANCING
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904- 233.4231
BRAND NEW EVERYTHING!
3/1, 1000sf, very nice
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No down 571-6890
FSBO 2/2.5 TH Condo on
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2 pools. Easy access to
1.95$155K 904-343-5662
A Stunning Jax Golf CC
5/3 hm 24" Italian stone
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appx 1100sf 904.553-7190

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app. 1750sf, Ig crnr lot
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extra nice close to neg $205K, 904. 962.1798
beaches & schools $247,900
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nice n'hood, $269K.
FSBO-3 ac Intracoastal 3905 Octave Dr. 744-1743
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Call 901-517-9655 Johns Rvr $167k 537-1769
OPEN HOUSE 4/29
10.24/2 1929 s.f 4 years Owner finance avail. 3/1
old. $259,900 w/big bonus rm, Compt
(904)716-8515 remrd 1600sf Closing
____________ Neg. $154K 613.4415

310 Mandarin 320 eslside

100% FINANCING 21,28sf,
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest T town home, new
OK. Mark 904 233 4231 h carpet ceramic
BARTRAM SPRINGS ances, creened porph
Priced reduced to $277o500. as cre rch,
Motivated Seller. 6250 was edryer mi.
Dalton Springs Ct. 4/2/2 from NAS JAX, 424 6278
1687sf, over $20,000 in BI 3
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5242 Shirley Ave.

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gran cntrtops, .Sac.
fncd lot, $395K. 7594180
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Dawnlight, 3b/2b,1336sf
877388. 3726x106
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Beautiful Brandon Chase
Subd 4/3, 2600sf, tile,
open fir plan, mstr grdn
tub, lIong driveway for
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scrn pool, lac: lot,
sprnkr sys. $320K.
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3/1, CH/A, 2c. gar, Fpl,
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ac, $123K Call 422.4709
BRAND NEW EVERYTHING
3BR/1.5BA, 1180SF,
Beautiful must see. 100%
fin. no dwn Tom 571-6890
BY EDWARD WATERS
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7850 Fox Tail Lane
2003 DWMH 4/2 2280sf
1+acres, 100% Seller Fin
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HIDDEN LAKES ESTATES
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this 4/2.5 beauty. Too many
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$94,900. 904-382-6960

326 Springfield
FSBO will co-op, sold In
30 days RE bonus. Open
Sun 2-4. 324 E. 6th St.
$319,900. Call 434-4764
HISTORIC HOME -3000sf
ready to finish 6/3,
hardwood firs, $325k.
221-5381

330 Beaches
Atlantic Beach Great loc.
FSBO 2/2 TH end unit
lots of upgrades, fncd
yrd $130K 904-415.2575
ATL BCH 701 Begonia St.
3br/2ba, fen yd, ch/a.
Quite N'hood. $180K
334-0563 or 249-4159
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3/2 concrete block, pool,
updated windows, 200
amp srvc, computer rm,
Icarg, replumbed.
1611 6th AveN, Jax Bch
$279K 904-655-1534
HSE FOR SALE ATL BCH,
1861 Beach Side Ct. 3/2,
2c gar 1 blk from ocean,
lovely n'hood, in cul-
desac, $649,000. Call
249-2268 or 651-9081
Jax Bch FSBO 2003 Grove
St. 4/2 New roof, 1600sf
tiled in LR & OR, Irg fncd
yrd $332K 904.241.8548
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Over an acre across from
water. $175.000
NORVILLE REALTY
388,4400
MOTIVATED SELLER
Special financing, 4/3/
bonus rm, pool 1 ac,
barn, nr town, $320k.
904- 371-2728

335 Orange Park/
3359 Clay
$10K TO BUYER AT
CLOSING -6/4 on large,
guiet culdesac. $399.9k.
all 904-310-6013
A 4/2 -pool, hot tub,
open house Sat 10-1,
3/2, completely remod,
$159,900. For hot new
listings
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all appliances, 1/2 tile,
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Reduced to $289,900.
904-591-2308, 568-7575
3. ORANGE PARK-S.
2116 Farm Way
I 4/2 2600sf,
Florida Room,
shed, fence, enclosed
garage, price reduced
269.1031
ORANGE PARK
2 Duplexes on 1/2 Acre.
Paul Sharp Realty Group
(904) 269 -0030
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586 William Ellery 3/2 Julington Creek Planta- Boaters Dream New 3br/2ba E. Baymeadows 3br/2ba,
586 William Ellery 3/2 Julington Creek Planta- on water w/ boatslip quiet, very neat & clean
Fam rm, DR. LR, enclsed ton 4/2 pool home, $749900. Designer fur- protected land view,
prch, 2carg, ingrnd pool conservation lot, great nished. 904-219-6817 many upgrds, all appEls
$200K 904-5045690 for fams 904. 568 0923 $169,900. 904-477-5282
BOSTWICK 100FT on St.
Johns River, $299K. ORANGE PARK
338 Baker County 342 St. Augustine Call 904-765-7912 2/2, poolside, $127,900.
Home built 2002 3/2 2 ac PALENCIA 3/2, 1850sf EbPalatkaw65'xld0'lont 15'
w/fhosh pond. Wrap arnd pgre otoughoutu canal to Dunns Crk & St. Out of Area/
frnt prch, tile, fpIlc rJhn un978r,4290u360 Tow e/
$259,900904,237-233 '99,900. 904642-1003 Johns Rvr 970.8464290 360 Town/State
Isle of Palms renov
Whisper Ridge 5br/3ba dock realtor owned BANNER ELK, NC
340 St. Johns 2200sf; bright & open 4116 Cordgrass Open New home summer '06
1/4 mi from 95. cul. de Sat/Sun 1.5 626-9191 easy access, [ong range
3 County sac, frpi, $299,500. Open views, stream, ar/3 a
Sat&Sun. 904-669-1188 LOT W/DOCK PERMIT. gated, golf, tennis.
3BR/2BA 1.66ac $274.900 _______Trout Rvr Landing $135K. shops & fine dining
Open House Sun. 4/30 70x130. Robin $4800m0o. 678 779-6971
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Aug. 32092. 904-8196859 County FRANKLIN N.C. -2.8 AC
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2005 BRICK 3/2 in Hill- Large lot w/old home Mtg springs. 739-0711
JCP.SFRG3/2Stonebridge lard-Cedar Haven $485K 904-7146846 MTNVIEWLOTS-Lake
w/a HUGE fncd in bckyd. Subdivision. Privacy "V TS
Upgords$230K. 945-3996 fence, ceramic tile, Ormond Beach 2/2 condo Lure, NC, from $29,900
or 287-1965 to sch. appt. berber carpet, on 1/3 ac DIRECT OCEAN VIEW. www.rowelland.com
near schools.$193,000 Renovated 1430sf, 864-909-1035
Call 904-945-6361 for $369K. Call 850-556-5186
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ley a gated community SUWANNEE RIVER at 3 Manufactured
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garage. 4 bds,3.5 bths, river. 386-734-6911 ,A l
upgraded tile through 14310 Stacey Rd.Isle of
foyer,ktm and athe. Graniteng Palms- 3/2, crnr lot Waterfront Lot 1.3acre Beautiful Gated West-
roomanters wall. Granite 1620sf brick, scrnpool, 96x460 off Ft. Caroline side comm. new & used
Maskit counter shower has dockreduced,$595k city water, no flood 2&3brhms. Fin avail
Master shower has o904-223-4302 zone $349K 904,219-0477 Call Bettyann 783-2460
upgraded tiled walls, s- -
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DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
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Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385
DW 4/2, 1456SF, island
kit, apple stay, garden
tub, walk in closets,
$35k obo. 904-305-8009
GRAND OPENING!
Westside family
community, Phase II
opening. EZ financ-
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874-1862 or 291-3100
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$349 down, $349mo Nice
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Beach Blvd Park.
Call owner 710-7860

370 Lots for Sale
COUNTRY LIVING AT IT'S
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8.1AC on pond, $179,900
in Callahan. Bring your
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373 ACRES -Pulaski Co.,
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$2200/acre. Randy
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Thompson Hardwoods,
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375 Acreage
BALDWIN CO., GA
534 +/- acres; 257 ac in
2006 Planted Pines
260 ac in Mature Hdwd
17 ac in Beaver Ponds
2.5 mi of frontage on
Town Creek $2,000/acre
Waller Land & Timber,
LLC M(478) 232-0624
0(478) 552.6610
N.C. MOUNTAINS!
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$89,900 -$139,900
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Guaranteed To Be Impressed!!
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S. Ga. Farm Land 164 ac
w/3 ponds, 2 pivots,
deep well, hardwood,
paved frontage, $15K
per yr rental income, 5
miles N. of Tift Co. 2
miles from 1-75 $4100
per acre. 229-567-7753

380 Investment
P Properties
1531 LOGAN ST 3br/lba,
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Asking 23,500 Drive by
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Fin. avalL Call 343-4979

ORANGE PARK
Quadraplex, Good Cond.
All 2BR's. Only $305,000
Paul Sharp Realty group
(904) 215-7612

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Screened lanai. W/D.
Great loc. $1075 mo +
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SOUTHSIDE New lbr. new
appi wireless internet
incid, cable, full gym,
$10SOm 305-761-6600
Springfield-1/i, ch/a, fresh
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American Realty 355-8883
Townhome 103rd 2/1.5
$650, 1122SF, ch&a. End
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3/2.5 1429 sf, w/d, tile,
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gated 962-2418
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cell: 908-803.4287
HODGES near JTB-
2/2 condo, grand
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940-5941
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866-8927
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Town Homes Starting in The $120s!
* Three spacious floorplans to
choose from
* Homes available for
immediate occupancy!
* 2 or 3 bedrooms with garages
* Community swimming pool


For More Information, Please Call
904-854-7101


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


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.

For More Information, Please Call
904-783-6217


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

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Homes Starting In The $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.

For More Information, Please Call

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

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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
* 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
904-693-3968


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












Condos Starting In The LOW $1 700s!


* Cozy, Intimate community
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located minutes
from downtown near 1-10
* Appliances included with home 4
For More Information, Please Call
904-783-8650


1-10 to Lane Avenue, South on Lane Ave. to
Manotak Ave. Right on Manotak Ave. to Sallie Ave.
Left on Sallie Ave. to Manotak Oaks on the left.


Condos Starting in The LOW $100s! Condos Starting In The LOW $100s!


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

For More Information, Please Call
904-425-4929


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


IV1S Active members of the U.S. Military
j presenting this coupon will receive
a FREE gas card worth $200 at the
i T (closing of their home!


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For info on upcoming communities please call 866-330-4932
Sales prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Extra savings available on homes to close by 4/30/06. Please see your New Home Consultant for details.
All closing costs paid when using DHI Mortgage. Certain financing programs may not apply. Closing costs based on total sales price. 2006 D-R.Horton, Inc. CBC058997


* Gated community with private pool
* Conveniently located on Blanding
Blvd. near 1-295 and only 5 miles
from NAS
* Surrounded by an abundance of
nature and trees
* Homes ready for move-in NOW!
For More Information, Please Call
904-783-8650


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


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410 Condominiums
PVB Spacious 2/2, story
crnr unit, fpl, w/d, new
renov. $1250m+elect.
1- 240- 388, 0056 Iv msg
PVB/Summerhouse 1/1
remod, gatd, 1st fir, bch
access, frplc, amens
galore $799m 631-1316
PVB/SUMMERHOUSE 2/2
1st fir on golf crs, mile
to beach, fpl. 5 star,
$1000mo. 239-218-4205
PV Colony 2/2 Icarg,
hrdwd firs, stone
counters w/d $1100mo
East of AlA 904-543 9467
RAVINES, Middelburg
Exec. condo lbr/2ba,
fully furn, w/d, cbl, golf,
pool avail 9th hole $695m
282-0009 or 923-7600
SAN MARCO Riverview
2/1 950sf, grnd fir,
wash /dry $1100mo. 617
-584-5474 904-553-5015
South Jax Beach Condo
Ocean view, 3 firs, 1/2
block from ocean. 2/2
Furn'd, 2 car gar.
$1700m w/min 6 mth
lease. 904.280.0192
dpewen@bellsouth.net
SOUTHSIDE/MONTEREY
2/1 $920; 2/2 $1050;
Pool. Ready 4/25/06.
Maryann 904-997-8100
SOUTHSIDE CONDO
Lakecrest 2/2. w/gar,
$950. The Landings 2/2,
$950. Williams Walk 1/1
$850. 904-334-5540
Southside Spacious 3/2
forest view, pool, gym,
new apple. $1095mth, lyr
lease 305-370-2333
SOUTHSIDE SAIL COVE,
spacious 3/2, $1395/mo.
utils incid, avail May,
904-249-0061, Iv. msg.
SOUTHSIDE FURNISHED
Luxury 1200sf, W/D,
many amenities,
$1100m. 904-494-6506
VENETIAN Ortega Farms
Waterfront 2/2+loft,
gated, gym, pool $1150
m+dep 904-537-5341

|415 C Houses
415 Furnished

BCHS, ICW CANAL, 4/3,
boatlift, tastefully furn
w/home gym, pool tbi,
$2650m. Pool & Iwn svc
incI. 904-223-6850
Mandarin Furn TH 2br w/
walks ins 2.5ba, office
& wrkout, w/d $1450mo.
1st, last, dp 904- 234-1667
PVB -Sawgrass CC
-3/2.5, gar, porch, on
GC, lease from owner,
no pets. 280-9018

4 Houses
420 w Unfurnished

$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208
AMELIA ISL scrnd pool,
3-4br/2, Fpl, 2 car gar,
pool & lawn svr. Ise, nr
ch. $2000. PH 557-1051
Argyle 3/2 1600sf. New
carpet, paint, fenced bk
yd w/deck, culdesac
8540 Bending Branch Ct.
$1050 + dep 278-2334
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
ARGYLE 8121 Boones-
borough Trail 3/2,
$975mo / $975 dep.
777-0691 695-3388
ARGYLE Cinnamon Lakes
3BR 2BA $1195, Fireplace
Kit Equip, 1425 Square Ft.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
ARGYLE Water Mill lake
front, RTO huge 3/2,
$1250mo + dep. comm
amenities 714-305-7045
ARL 4/2 Lakeside open
fir plan, all appliances,
fresh paint, carpet,
near Wonderwood
Bridge $1495m 537-5219
Arl 4/3 (2) Master Br's
wood&tiles firs, Irg den,
scrn porch, wd deck,
$1500mo. 904-482-2049
Arlington- Near JU
S3/2,1700sf, car
t i | garage, 5 car
driveway,
in-ground pool, 1 mo
dep., + $1050/mo, close
proximity to 9A and
shopping areas. Please
contactRobert Meggs
904-234-3652 or
nossraisuva@hotmail.com
ARL. Spacious 3/2, fpl,
fnc bkyd recently
updtd, w/d, conv. loc,
$1300m. 407- 521- 7473
4, Atlantic Beach/
SM ayport 3/2
G arae, large
fenced back yard,
bay windows, skylights
vaulted ceiling and
more $1100mo
252- 622-3029
AVONDALE Beautiful
perf. cond. 3/1.5, gas
stove, 3648 Riverside;
Ave. $1195mo. 981-0544
CLAY CO. Spacious 3/2
brand new, all brick, 2
car, garden tub, sep.
shower grt schls, $1250
Also 4/3 Chris 742-7486
DUVAL- PCSing, 4/2
Formal living, din-
t1o, ing rooms, family
room with eat in
kitchen, fireplace.
Michelle 705-5004
S FLEMING IS
PLANTATION-3/2.5
town home, great
amenities and
schools. $1100/mo, PCS
(904) 269-3614
FLEMING ISLAND PLANT -
new TH 3/2.5, 1 c gar., 2
story, comm pool.
$1,100mo 904-278-2734
Arlington to Argyle
Oceanway to Oakleaf
10 homes $1000-$2150
www.904HOUSE.COm
or call (904)807-0910
ICW -3/2, mins to bch &
malls, 1400sf, scrnd
patio, immac cond.
904-563-5389
ICW Harbour Springs
4/2, 1700sf, gar, conv, to
base, fen yd, no pets,
$1500mo. avail mid May
904-472-0025
JCP/OAKS 4/2 LR/DR/Den
w/FP, Tile, Cvd Pat,
W&D, CuldeSac $1395
904-230-1748
JCP 4/2, 2cg culdesac,
fen yard, fpl, ss apple,
$1315m. 1104 Ajuga Ct.
Call 858-405-1441
& JTB- 2/2 condo,
| grand reserve,
V |1r hodges, near JTB,
1200sf, pool, gym,
other amenities,
w/d/furn incl,
$950/mo, 305 240- 0003
KERNAN LAKES 4/2, 2 car
gar, frmi DR, Irg eat in
kit, fla rm, fen yd, $1450
+ sec. 904-998-7553
KEYSTONE 2/2, + inlaw
unit, fpl, deck, on Hall
Lake, 2 ac, 2 car car-
port $850mo. 477-6311
LAKESHORE -3/1, newly
remod CH&A, hrdwd
firs, w/d hkp, $895mo.
384.4080 or cell 707-1235
Mandarin 3br/2ba ranch
style house new paint,
carpet, 2 car gar, nice!
$1250mo 818-486-2846
MANDARIN 3/1, Dish-
washer w/d. Irg yd with
shed great Ioc $950m
GHS/904- 529-8022
MANDRIN 3/2, 1500sf,
WD, refrig, DW 2c gar,
fen yd, near 1-295,
$1150mo. 904-236-2528
M'BURG: Long Leaf /3
new const allbrick, .Sac.
Silver Creek 4/2, new
const. all brick. Joe @
Showcase Realty of N.
Fla. 904-284-4447 or
Cell 904-509-5054


Murray Hill 3212 Plum St.
all brick, 2/1 LR, DR,
Sunroom, Irg yd, $725m+
dep., Ref's. 904-553-4040
NORTHSIDE
Waterbrook Falls-
7117 Water Rose Court
3/2/2 1850sf $1175
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730.8060
NORTHWEST JAX Newly
remdld 3/1.5, w/d hup,
sec syst, ceramiotile
firs. West 25th St.
$820m+dep 860-5282
N'side -2 new homes,
4/2, 2000sf, & 5/3
3000sf, all new appl,
Parker Place, Imi from
195 & 1295 476-8615
N'SIDE-3/1.5 -new cpt,
scrn patio, stove, frig,
HUD welcome $850mo.
704-516-4126 1
N'SIDE Brick 2/1, %cg,
$650+$500dp. Opt. to
buy, good credit 'job,
577 E. 58th St. 757-9067
N'side Yulee New 5/2.5
2 car garage, scrn porch
sec sys 2900sf $1650mo.
863-683-7320
OAKLEAF PLANT, 4/2, I
;Lease $1350m. or Buy
S280K. Brand nemV inci. '
appl/blinds. 904 -59.9262


420 oHouses
42 Unfurnished

OAKLEAF PLANTATION
1700 Canopy Oaks. 4/2,
17 50sfapp blinds. $1300m
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273.3939 610-6460
OAKLEAF 4/2, 2000sf,
many upgrds, 1st month
free, no pets $1350mo.
lease option 608-8396
Oakleaf 4/2/2 DEAL Fncd.
maint free, upgrades,
ready 2 move in, great
amens, 904-813-4899.
OP/FLEM ISL PLANT 4/2,
2000SF, golf, short or
long term lease, avail
6/1 $1400 707-4135
OP/OAKLEAF PLANTATION
4BR/2BA available
$1295mo
nice 514-1038
ORANGE PK 3/2, ofc/den,
2 c. gar, EZ access to 295
& NAS Jax; $1200/ mo +
$900 dep 970-214-5444
Orange Pk/Flem Island -
4/2, 2 car gar, fen bk yd
$1400m +sec. Opt to
buy. 904-237-7745
Orange Park Beautiful.
Brand new 4/3 2400sf
lots of upgrds! $1495m
Must see! 904-463-5499
Orange Park 3/2.5 2carg
all apple incId, w/deck,
Nice N'hood $900m
Avail Now. 904-505-8909
Org Prk CO Club beauti-
ful brick hm 4/3, 2200sf
2 car gar. all amenities
$1600mo. 904-307-5834
Ponte Vedra, remodeled
3/2, 2c gar, 1500sf$1400mo
no smink/pet 904-285-5190
rentclicks.com #189095
PVB Cypress Creek
3000SF, 3BR + office,
4ba, pool, 20ft. ceiling,
jacuzzi tub, $3750mo.
Call 904-566-6525
PVB E. of AIA 3/2 + ofc
2000sf., court yrd pool,
lawn/pool svc incI, pets
ok. $1900. 904-703-0242
PVB -SAWMILL LAKES
-3/2, 2 car, w/d, incid
lawn care, close to
schls $1900 234-6655
PVB/Seaside Comm. 3/2
2cg, on lake. $1650m incI
Iwn svc, comm. pool,
.Smi to Bch. 904-614-4837
4. RAVINES GOLF &
SCC-3/2 w/large
I grt rmi, eat in kit +
dn 2 car gar.
and golf cart gar.
$1195/mo. 904-210-6062
REGENCY-new 2 & 3br
lux TH's, rent, RTO! $950
-$1250smo. Open House
4/299-6,.4/309-3. Get
2 wks free rent, info &
pics. Call 954-732-1182
SOUTH HAMPTON -4/2,
golf course comm,
1700mo. 465-4345
SOUTHSIDE-2/2 duplex,
contempt gar, fncd yd,
avail 6/15, $800mo. +
dep. 260-3154
Southside brand new,
for rent or rent to own,
3/2, 1car gar, for more
info call 386-965-6453
SOUTHSIDE
Sail Cove Condos
1000 Gate Parkway #624
2/2 1286sf $1095
Screened Patio
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730 8060
ST. AUG BCH 4/2-5, 2700sf
fpl, new cpt/pnt/appis,
large shaded lot on lake,
N/S $1600m. 760-720- 1837
ST. JOHNS CO. Racetrack
Rd. new 3/2. 5 TH, 1460sf.
gar, gated, all appis
$1300. 904-249-4146
ST. MARYS,
OSPREY COVE- 4/2,
fenced yard, club
membership, lots
of upgrades, 2400 sf,
$1750/mo, 912-729-2245
Venetia/Ortega 3/2 $895
Completely Renovated
Must C, Kit Equip, 1066SF.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
VILANO BCH, ST. AUG 2/2
priv bch access, gated
comm. $1600m+lmo
dep Yr min 904-814-6915
WATERFRONT 3/1 plus
an office in a conve-
nient and quiet North-
side neighborhood
Minutes froml-95 and
Downtown. 2 Garages
and a huge beautiful
fenced backyard.
-$1,100 per month plus a
security deposit. Call
904-757-1653 for info
WESTSIDE
Timothys Landing
7724 Highchair Lane
3/2/1 1500sf $995
1/2 off 1st Month's Rent
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Westside Old M'burg Rd
2 or 3bd/iba, lcg, fncd yd,
cvrd patio, all appl.
$850m+sec 904- 742- 2459
WESTSIDE
3/1 Bonus Room,
Fenced Yard, Quiet!
REF REQ. $795/MO. 778-2897
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778- 2897
WGV -Gorgeous new
4/3, heated pool, spa,
$3500mo obo. 829-0385
WS 3/1 & 1Br apt. Lake-
shore $695 & $555
Avond. 3/2 $1400, 103rd
3/1 $880 465-3301
WS 3/1.5+Bonus rm, ch/a
scr patio, fen yd & wkshp
w/elect. No smkrs/pets
777.-5955. $950m.
W'side Brand new 4/2,
2cg w/bonus rm, 2500sf
Open fir plan, scrn prch,
rt view from Mstr BR &
R of lake. Comm. pool.
$1450mo. 916-416&3551
WS Lakeshore 3/1 $795
ch&a. HW Firs, Fenced, 1
CarGar, Wkshp, Kit Equip
VANSANDTRE 389.3540







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Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
ww, ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
$525 -$1600
In the
Following Areas:
Northside
Oceanway
Mayport
San Marco
Victoria Point
Arlington
Southsjde
Argyle
Intercoastal West
Westside
Macclenny
CALL 757-3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONEScom

HOMES AVAIL in
Argyle, Fleming Island,
Westside from$850mo.
Zenith Realty 215-0676
425 Manufactured
Homes

CALLAHAN 3/2 CH/A, WW
carpet, specious fIr
plan, lac $795m+$350
dep 904-879-0191

with no credit or slow
credit. We have a
special for you. 695-2255


W'SIDE & NW'SIDE
From $550m+dep.
Laundry facilities avail.
904- 772- 7244/C:568-2903
4 YULEE- Fleetwood
doublewide 1989.
Acre corner lot 3/2.
1400sf deck
w/above ground pool.
Near middle/high
schools. $125,000.
904-607-5304

427 Mobile Home
427 Lot Rentals

SDOUBLEWIDE 1996
3/2 w/land 1.65 acres
< land needs some
work. LOts of extras
inside trailer.Dinsmore
Area $65K 693-4452

430 Roommates
ARL- 2/2 includes,
high speed inter-
Y net/ cable,
in-ground, hrdwd
pools, fireplace, gated
property, 1 mo. dep.,
$400/mo + until Robert
Meggs, 904-2343652 or
rmeggs@4ju.edu
Dr's Lake 3/2 home on
1/2 ac near lake, no I
drug/ alcohol $400mo+
utils, 904-652-4711


430 Roommates
E. ARL Mature person to
share 3/2, 2 gar $530.
inci utils, N/S 613-1415
Mandarin-Reliable F to
share TH w/couple $425
mo incis utils, 472-3862
4 O'P/Argyle Forest.
S Seeking non-
V smoker roommate
to share 3/2 house.
Cul. de- sac area.
Utilities included,
$450/mo call Nhan
904-631-5664
OP/Oakleaf Share 3/2 HM
$550m. inci all amen's
$350dep. 904- 626- 0332
OP Share 2 Story House
w/pool, seeks male N/S
$325mo. +utils 612-6646
PAXON prefer female
$250mo + 1/2 util must
have ref's. 904-777-9175
RIVERSIDE Nice room,
ch/a, cbl, frdg. stove.
$120wk. 904-389-1668
S'SIDE $400mo+dep incis
all utils, must like dogs
call for details 962-7779
S'side Brand New Condo,
Bay Meadow/ UNF area.
Internet & utils incid
$550mo. 904-588-3519
S'SIDE share 2/2 house,
M/F, $375 + 1/2 utils
Quiet N'hood 652-5582
W'S. Male or
female, 3 bedroom
house w/ grage,
$600 includes
utilities cable & inter-
net, 5 miles to NAS JAX,
call Chris 904-982-3344

435 Rooms
4 to Rent

ARL. lbr apt. $150 week
& up includes all
utilities cable
424-5806/662-2898
ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Dally/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
Arlington Priv entrance,
bath, quite n'hood. Prof
N/S $400om+$10Oodep Ref
required 904-743-4930
ARL-REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
7 DAY STAY
(904)725-5093
BAYMEADOWS,
BEACHES, MANDARIN
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also houses
for rent furn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904-302-5753
OP Efficiency, furn, sm
refrig, microwave,
cable, off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 mo
Avail 5/1 Call 215-9416
ST. MARYS- room
to rent, private
S bath/entrance.
Non-smoker. Call
cell 322-8698, $450/mo
W'SIDE- Normandy Vil-
lage area. Irg, fully furn,
$130wk. 2 rms avail.
Call 403:3164, 783-9005
Beach/
440 Vacation/
S Resorts
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $695wk.
352-376-9644 www.
oldcity.com/oceanfront






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

Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale

NC Store +cabin $99,990.
Both Zoned Commercial
Pics: 919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com
SOUTHSIDE
2.5 Acres Vacant Land
Zoned IL Corner Univ
Blvd & Powers Ave.
$1,250,000 Easton,
Sanderson & Company
356-2228 Realtor

SCommercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
MAIN STREET FRONTAGE
3819 N. Main St., 3000sf
open space. 2000sf Ofc
showroom. Zoned CCG2
$2150m. 904-591-9941
NW JAX 1900sf, ch/a,
fen'd, Office/WHSE,
904-777-6367
WESTSIDE
Warehouse for lease.
22,000sf up to 72,000sf.
yard. CSX Rail. 21' high.
Only $2.60/sf. nnn
Easton, Sanderson, &
Co. 356-2228 Realtor

515 Office Space
525 For Rent

D'TOWN Convenient location
near Arena. WHSE/OFC.
1500sf & up. Starting at
$985m .904-708-7523
JTB & PHILLIPS
Starting at $325, utils
included. GOING FAST!
Call Rod 343-8922
MANDARIN 1140SF
First month rent free.
Rent neg. 904-868- 5500
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
(904) 998-9339
P/T Office @ SS & JTB
Furnished & Inci. Recpt
$225/mo. Call 281-0566
SAN JOSE AREA.
EXEC. SUITES FOR LEASE
Furn/Unfum 904- 807- 3530
W'SIDE OFFICE SUITES
from 500-1300sf $13 psf
full svc. Utils. & Janitorial
inci Scott/Tom 384-3666
525 Retail
For Rent

Prime Retail Center Loc'S
1,500 s.f. -Vulee,
1.500 s.i. -Univ. Blvd.
Bob Worgan 1 800 630 7505






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


5 Business
550 Opportunities

A Upscale Southern
Restaurant
in Historic Soperton, Ga.
8 m Ile from 1-16.
Turnkey opportunity.
$140K Lock, Stock &
Barrel. Riverland Inc.
706-840-2136
LIQUOR LICENSE Clay 4
COP. Bestprice and
terms. 386-677-3785
MEDICAL LOAN
BUSINESS-Int'l co.
financing cosmetic,
dental, & non-insured
procedures. Opening
exclus. territory. Home
based, turn-key op.
$8950 w/100% fin avail.
954-695-3733
NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE
FRANCHISE
Be Part of a Multi Billion
$$$ industry. Franchise
Opportunity in
Jacksonville Area,
Free Brochure,
1-800-935-8863
PAINTING EQUIPMENT
Van, spnyers, paint, &
ladders, 904-200-5039


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


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


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class May 1
8 Week Eve Class May 17
Superior Instruction
www.myfrel.com

(904) 269 2555
Florida Real Estate Institute

ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending
Mortgage Broker April 21st
Mortgage Processor April 28th
Mrtg Mrktng & Products $125
Mortgage Software Trng $125
Prof Mortgage Course
(904) 880-8070

ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
(904) 880 -8070
Title Closing $295
Title Agent Exam Prep $295
40- hr Title Agent Course $495*
Subject to State approval
Call for schedules

ALLIANCE HOME
INSPECTOR SCHOOL
Become a Certified Home
Inspector. Includes Books +
Actual Home Inspection!
May 12th May 16th
(904) 880-8070


700 Domestic
S) Babysitter-
needed at NASJAX,
experience
required, days and
hours TBD. Salary
negotiable, call
90 908- 0003 EOE,
background check
performed

'Home Cleaners
Great Pay!!

$200-$400/wk
Flexible daytime hours
*Work near home
Must have Car


242-8235

SHousekeeper
needed near
4 ARGYLE. Days and
Hours TBD. Salary
neg. Background and
ep re. OE call
9049080003/
904 505O 4780

Maintenance Supervisor
For Apartments in South
Jax. F/T position;
Immediate opening.
Great pay plus benefits
package. Great oppor-
tunity with Pro es-
siona Management
Company.
Fax Resume to
904599-9424 or call
904-599- 9899

702 Customer
702 Service

CUSTOMER SERVICE/
TELEPHONE SALES REP
positions available
immediately!
Start at $9/hr plus
bonuses. Paid weekly.
To apply fax resume to
904-270-2443 or
call 904,270-2440 for
interview. (Must be 18)
Located in Mayport area.


705 Financial

COLLECTORS
CRS looking for exp'd
Collectors, Supervisors
& Unit Managers to add
to their Bankcard staff.
No caps, limitless
earning potential
excellent benefits. Call
Dan now (8888)397-9500
Ext 3127 or Ext 3169.
Drug Free Workplace.


707 Driver

DRIVER/LOCAL
Class A CDL. New eqpt,
steady yr round emp
inci OT, exc earning
potential. Home every
night. Great bnfts, inci
401K and health ins.
,Apply 8664 Philips
Highway, Jacksonville
Call 904-827-1115



LEADERS IN THE PRPECAST INDUSTRY-


707 Driver

6 -: Company
oJw Drivers
$ $1000 Sign on
-' Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
NEW PAY PACKAGE
$.34-.38/mile
S0/OP pay $.90/mile
+fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Blonus
*Medical Dental 401k
SPaid Vac & holidays
Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day


800-723-3424 for info

DRIVER
local delivery, CDL
Class A or B, 4 day
week, up to $15hr.
215-2881

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

DUMP OWNER
OPERATORS WANTED!
Tri.State Carriers now
contracting Interstate
Owner Operators for
focus on Jacksonville/
Jesup area. Consistent
work! $1.25 Fuel! Call
James 904-838.8539
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
-needed. Paid vaca-
tions and holidays. New
equip. G.E.C. Trucking
359-0404 & 301-2600
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
with experience. Ref's
req'd. Starting at
$13.00/hr+benefits.
Call 904"29&61229
TRANSPORT DRIVER
Exp.for heavy machin-
ery, must know Jack-
sonville area, class A &
valid DOT. Apply @ 6834
Pickettville Rd, Jax, FL
32220 or email resume
vallencourtinc@yahoo.
c o m o r fax
904-378-2323
TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800.1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
866.-374-0764

710 Industrial/
STrades

ACOUSTICAL CEILING
MECHANICS NEEDED.
Top pay &Bnfts. Must
have truck or van.
Call 904-264-2872
A/C Service Tech
Drug free workplace,
must have valid drivers
license, co. benefits.
All About Air 724-2854
CABINET INSTALLERS
Multi -family & single-
family projects in the
Jacksonville, Palm
Coast and St. August-
ine areas. Must have
own tools, transpor-
tation, and applicable
insurance and licenses.
Good pay and plenty of
work. Call 904- 721.0310.
CARPENTERS with inte-
rior trim exp & own
transportation. Must be
reliable. Great pay,
bonuses! 904-864-6684
CDL A & CDL B Drivers &
OSHA (40) cert'd
Haz MatTechs
for Env.Contractor.
Good pay & Benefits.
Must have good MVR &
work history.
AlP: 760 Talleyrand Ave.
Jacksonville M-F 9-4.
www.ersfl.com DFWP.
CLASS "A"
INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC
for 3rd shift Mainte-
nance Crew. Must have
5 yrs exp. Pay $16.96
plus .26 shift diff. We
are an EECC/Drug free
workplace. 401K
Health/ Dental, paid
Holidays/ Vacations.
Apply at Gilman Build-
ing Products, CR 218,
Maxvilie, FL 289-7261
or fax (904) 289-7736.
CNC/MAZAK TURNING
CENTER OPERATORS
Good shop knowledge.
Dependable work hist.
Apply in person, 3604
Mayflower St. JAX or
call 904 -381-7523. DFWP

CRANE
OPERATOR
Backhoe Operation
helpful. Ful benefits.
Apply Commercial Metals
2038 N Lane Ave.
See Mel.; EOE M/F


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Our Iacksonville office has immediate
openings for:
ARMED DRIVERIGUARDS


Candidates must be 21 years of age or older,
have a high school diploma/GED, good credit,
clean motor vehicle record, no criminal
background and the ability to pass a polygraph,
DOT physical and drug screen. Must be able to
meet state requirements for handgun license/
permit or Security Officer Commission.
Loomis, Fargo & Co. full-time employees enjoy a
benefits package that's one of the best in the
industry, including medical, dental, vision, disability,
401k and more.
Please apply online at wwwJoomisfargoiobs.com
or call (904) 398-2090 for an appointment.
EOE. M/F/V/D. Drug-Free Workplace.
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710 Industrial/
STrades

Construction
Owens Corning
HOMExperts, a leader
in residential con-
struction services is
seeking:
RESIDENTIAL
CONSTRUCTION
EXPERTS
in the Jacksonville area
For work including new
home repair, warranty,
remodeling quality
assurance & customer
service.
-Competitive benefits pkg.
'Dispatched from home
-Advancement opportunities
*Must own hand &
power tools
Must have reliable
truck/van
-Drug-free with clean
background
-Safety a must
For consideration. Email:
Rachei. Vail@&owen
scorning.com
Call: 866-264-7912, ext.
139 or Fax:
877-479-2652
Owens Corning is an
EO/AAE.
DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX. EOE
ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS for local and out of
twn comm'l projects.
401, med ins, drug test
req'd. 813-635-9482
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS,
PIPELAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904-751-8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
ESTIMATOR
Needed for Hi-Rise
window cleaning
company. Must have
valid DL. Willing to
train. 269-2920 ext 205
Growing Import
Dealership has the need
for top rated Service
Advisors/Parts Manager.
Are you the best? Great
benefits package.
Send Resume to:
P0 Box 1949
Jacksonville FL 32231
C/O Florida Ti'mes Union
678-492-6805 Joe Valadez
INSTALLER & INSTALLER
HELPER TRAINEE
Florida Window Manu-
facturer has an
Installer & Installer
Helper Trainee in
Jacksonville area. Exp a
.must. Installers must
have own truck, trailer
& tools. Trainee must
have own truck. Full
time positions good
benefits. Call
904-519-0803 for
interview. EOE/DFWP.
LABORER FOR
MULTI-TASKED POSI-
TION for Construction
General Contractor
904-273-3053.
LANDSCAPERS NEEDED
Residential installation -
construction clean up.
Bobcat Operator exp
req'd. FT, good pay. Call
Jackie 904-924-8664
LUXURY APT
SERVICE TECH
Experience preferred.
Fax 904- 996- 8694 or
Call 904-996-0034
MARINE CONSTRUCTION
LABORERS AND FORE-
MAN wanted. Must
have exp. in wood and
vinyl bulkhead & docks.
Exp only need apply.
Great pay & benefits.
Call 904-880-2980
PAINTER -/ Helpers
$10/hr, no exp nec.
traveling, leave name
and number 641-4981

PAINTERS
with commercial &
residential experience.
tools & transportation.
632-0500 DFWP
PLASTERER
with lath experience
needed. Must have
own transportation.
Call 904-226-3399.
PLUMBERS HELPERS
for new construction.
MUST have valid D/L,
DTFWP. 384-4604


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
PRESS OPERATOR
Ryobi 3200 & 3302 expe-
rience a must. Top pay,
management possible.
Call Randy 696-8822
PUNCH TECH /MAKE
READY PERSON
for Orange Park Area
Apts. Fax resume to
904-276-6688 E.O.E
Rail Crew &
OR Drivers
for Blount Island Vehicle
Processor. Ability to lift
801bs (for Rail) drive
stick shift /valid DL
pass drug /criminal
background check.
$9.50/hour (Rail) or
$8.50/hour (Driver) +
monthly incentive. FT
hrs Mon-Fri 6:30-3:00,
Exc Benefits Pkg. Fax
work history to
904-751-5239 or call HR
at 904- 751-5720.
Stanley Pools
Now Hiring
All Positions
8647 Old Orange Park Rd.
32073 Call 269-7277
711 Marine
71 ___ Trade

MARINE CONTRACTOR
Interviewing for Helpers
& Leadman. Transp.
req'd. Concrete or
Carpentry exp. a +. Call
for appt. 904,242. 3001
Mechanic 3 yr exp. Gen-
eral Laborers, Licensed
Captain- min. 100 tons,
Deck hands. Tugboat
captain, Dozer and
Backhoe operators for
Jax and NSB area. Drug
free workplace. Fax
resume or request apple.
904-353-9968

712 Mechanic

Auto Service Mechanic
The Navy Exchange-
Mayport seeks highly
motivated / experience
Auto Service Mechanic
committed to service in
our military commu-
nity. FT, receive com-
petitive compensation
and excellent benefits.
Must be ASE Certified &
Driver Lic. req'd. Ben-
efits include: med/den,
life ins, long term dis-
ability, long term care,
retirement plan, 401k
w/ company match,
paid vac., sick leave,
holidays & much more.
Fax Resume at
(904) 242-1671
EXHAUST TECH- with
exp. & mechanical
skills. & also exp'd Auto
Tech. $800-$1000wk.
904-779-5777

TRACTOR/TRAILER
MECHANIC with class B
exp. Own tools &tire
exp a must. Good pay,
benefits. Call 266-2030


713 Legals

LEGAL SECRETARY
Highly motivated with
substantial exp. in
plaintiff PI law. Type 70
wpm & have good
communication, com-
puter & transcription
skills. Send resumes
and salary reqs to
jreagor@jaxlegalhelp.com


715 Management/
7. Professional

COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION ON-SITE
PROPERTY MANAGER
Salary/Compensation
Range: $45,000-$55,000 *
Pulte Homes, Inc.,
through its Del Webb
brand, is the nation's
leading developer of
master-planned
Active-Adult lifestyle
communities for people
age 55 and over. Del
Webb communities are
noted for their state-of
-the art recreational
amenities and robust
lifestyle programs that
enrich the quality of life
for residents. Facilities
include fitness center
Indoor & outdoor pools,
multiple activity rooms,
tennis courts, bocce
courts, lakes parks
and walking trails.
Property Manager
serves as the Chief
Operating Officer of the
Community Associa-
tion and is responsible
for management,
administration,
operation and main-
tenance of all common
area facilities, prop-
erties and grounds
residential services and
lifestyle programs.
Qualifications include a
college degree in
business, hospitality or
recreation adminis-
tration or related field
and a minimum of 5
years in a mid to senior
level management
position. Related
experience in Commu-
nity Association or
Country Club opera-
tions a plus.
FAX RESUME TO:
904-733-3933
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
o SQQ-89 TRAINING
INSTRUCTOR
IMAGINE ONE TECHNOL-
OGY & MGMT, is a
growing DoD contrac-
or located in Colonial
Beach, VA providing
technical, analytical &
engineering services.
We are seeking
highly-motivated
Naval Instructor (NEC
9502) @ ATRC, Dahl-
gren, VA. Operational
expert w/sonar system
on Aegis/non-Aegis
platforms; operational
& maint expert w/ele-
ments of Aegis Combat
System; interior com-
munications; ship-
board rotating radars.
BA/equiv exper. U.S.
clearance. Salary
comments w/exper.
H R@lmagine-One.Com.
Req #06-011. Visit
www.imagine-one.com
(EEO/AA/HUBZone)

720 Medical

INSURANCE/ BILLING
POSITION- exp neces-
sary For busy physi-
cians office in South-
Point Fax res. 482-4060
TYPIST Full & Part Time
For busy physicians
office in SouthPoint.
Fax Resume 482-4060
MAINTENANCE
Part-Time Experienced
in JCAHO Facility Safety
Officer/ EOC. Fax
resume: 904-247-8101

Massage + Front/Back
office. Busy Dr's Office
Full Time Call 739-2884
or fax resume 367-8737
NURSE
Pediatric Office, Manda-
rin. F/T: Excellent Ben-
efits. Fax resume to
904-292-9737

PHLEBOTOMISTS
Recently relocated
and want to put your
phlebotomy skills to
use right away? Full
time, part time and
PRN positions
available starting
immediately! Must be
comfortable working
in a high- volume
laboratory environment.
E- mail: JaxResumes@
allmedstaing.com
Teleploner- 1---9760
or Fax: 904-731-3111.

RN P/T
Pain mgmtexp very help-
ful. For busy Orange Pk
Pain Practice Fax
resume 904-276-4462
RN'S & LPN'S for
days/night'all areas
especially high Tech
Ponte Vedra, Middel-
bug Orange Park,
Hastings Call Fletchers
Home Care 731-4350

723 Dental

DENTAL ADMIN ASST
$24k-$29K
Needed for quality cos-
metic dental practice .
Exc benefits. 34hr/wk.
Fax resume to 745-0371

724 Education

PRE. SCHOOL TEACHER
position, for the Cam-
bridge Prep School
Competitive pay, 401K
& insurance. A great
opportunity in a grow-
ing school. 268-7878

725 Office/
725> Clerical

APPLICATION PROCES-
SORS Needed at
Regency area office.
Computer skills
required. Must type 30
wpm, must have back-
ground drug screening.
Flexible schedule, full
time/part time,
$7.50/hr. Fax resume to
904-685-2809 or email:
tlconefl@aol.com.
ASSISTANCE MANAGER
for an East Side apart-
ment community,
qualified applicant
should be familiar with
HUD (Home Program).
Excellent benefits,
Good Pay. Please fax
resume to 725-4572
RECEPTIONIST/ CLIENT
LIAISON -PT nights,
weekends, holiday.
.people skills req.

Professional/
730 Personal
Services
HAIR STYLIST
The" Navy Exchange-
May.port seeks highly
motivated / experience
HAIR STYLIST with state
license committed to
service in our military
community. FT. receive
competitive compen-
sation and excellent
benefits. Benefits
include: med/den, life
ins, long term disabil-
ity, long term care,
retirement plan, 401k
w/ company match,
paid vac, sick leave,
holidays & much more.
Fax Resume at
(904) 242-1671


lax Air News, NAS

732 Computer
3 Technology

GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Florida Design Co. seeks
dedicated Web
Designer for the St.
Johns Co. office. Exp.
w/Flash, Dreamweaver,
HTML & PHP a must.
XML & CGI exp. is a
plus. Great salary &
benefits. Fax resume &
cov. letter 904- 824- 0052


735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

BAR SUPERVISOR,
DINING RM SUPERVISOR,
WAIT STAFF, FT/FrPT &
LINE COOKS FT/PT
Min 3-5yrs exp. Pay up to
$14/hr. Call 220-2118 or
apply within Queen's
Harbour Yacht Country
Club, 1131 Queen's
Harbour Blvd. BOE

DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 3T9-1110

DRIVERS, PIZZA MAKER &
CASHIER needed for
Millennium Pizzeria,
Apply: 5800 Beach Blvd
(bet. 2pm-5pm)396-1164

J.L. TRENT SEAFOOD
Hiring servers, cashiers,
cooks & dishwashers.
Call 908-4202, 4533
120th St.

SOUS CHEF
Estab 18 yr. High volume
beaches restaurant,
great pay & benefits.
Great work environment.
Creativity encouraged. Exp
and passion a must! Fax
resume 285-0727 or apply
at Aqua Grill, Ponte Vedra


745 Sales
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits'
FAX RESUME 783- 9598
OR CALL TODAY 783.8385


750 Technical/
7 V Engineering

Environmental Scientist
Env. contractor seeking
exp. project mgr. with
B.S. degree in Chemis-
try or related field.
Must have 40 Hr.
Hazwoper cert.and
knowledge of OSHA
regs. Fax resume with
work history, educa-
tion and salary req's to
904-791-3312.

PARTY CHIEF EXPD
recon knowledge a must
mtg survey knowledge a
must; immed position
Drug Free call 779-2062


752 Warehouse

WAREHOUSE/DRIVER
Immediate opening Dr.
Lic. req'd. Clean record.
Good pay, benefits.
Call 877-445-7341.


753 Security

ARMED & UNARMED
SECURITY OFFICERS
Class D & G certified
Call 475-1860


755 Miscellaneous
ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
Home Cleaning
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace

GENERAL
LABOR
$8.50/HR Full benefits.
Apply Commercial Metals
2038 N Lane Ave.
EOE M/F

Home Cleaners
Great Pay!!

$200-$400/wk
Flexible daytime hours
Work near home
Must have Car

242-8235

IRRIGATION INSTALLERS
good drivers lic. exp
nec. top pay, Great
bonus program Call
today! 904-219-8166 904
219-3014

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

Love to Clean
Molly Maid, M-F, 8a-5p
Bondable & Dependable
OP area. Prof. exp. a big
.plus. Great pay. We
provide car & gas.
Call 904-269-5505

MYSTERY SHOPPERS
In Jax. earn up to $150 a
day. Undercover
shoppers needed to
judge retail & dinning
establ. exp not req'd.
Call 88-509-3789

VET TECH w/pref CVT. &
Receptionist needed.
Please apply at
11359 Old St. Augustine
Rd or fax resume to
262-4002 D/F/W/P. EOE

Window Cleaners clean cut
a must, valid drivers
license, vehicle is a
our. Call 723-0039

HELP WANTED. Days.
30-35 hours. N/S.
Residential/Commer-
cial. Flexible hours.
$7.00/hr to start. Call
384-6131


830 Child
Care

CHILDCARE
in my Mandarin home,
Mon Fri, flex hrs. infants
& toddlers 4-5 yrs exp
CPR Cert. 904-268-6347


862 Health/

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


876 Painting/


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


3 Jacksonville, Thursday, April 27, 2006 21

945 Garage
SSales

BAYMEADOWS HH gds,
TV, dishes, costume
S jewelry.etc. Fri/Sat 8a-2
8914 Heavenside Dr.
FRUIT COVE -Fri 4/28
Merchandise 8-4. Tool, HH
automotive.
900 Antiques 1415 Wentworth Ave.
9M2Appliances ICW Community Yard
905 Articles for Sale Sale Covington Creek
910 Arts & Crafts San Pablo Rd. 4/29; 8-12
915 Building Supplies JUL CRK PLANT, Sat 9-3
920 Business/Office 512 Sparrow Branch Cir.
922 Collectables and in Pine Crossing Subd.
Jewelry Moving Sale!
925 Computer MAND/FRUIT COVE -
927 Craft/Thrift Stores Fri/Sat 8 3. BR turn, desk,
928 Electronics vint. & kitchen Items,
930 Farm/Planting 1186 Wards Place
935 Fruits/Vegetables Mand. Waterford Estates
940 AC/Heat/Fuel Comm. Garage Sale! Off
945 Garage Sales Greenland Rd. Sat 4/29
950 Garden/Lawn 8-12N. Furn, household
955 Household/Furniture items & much more!
960 Machinery and Tools MANDARIN Sat. 8-1,
965 Medical Furn., HH fixts, ciths, etc
970 Musical Merchandise/ 9958 Hawks Hollow Rd,
Services Nside 7037 Rivercrest Dr.
975 Photography off Heckscher. Fri/Sat
980 Sporting goods 7-12N. Look for signs.
990 Wanted to Buy NS World's Largest Indoor
or Trade 14476 Duval Place W # 206
www.FSWonline.com
_________ ~Sat & Sun Only 741-0062
902 Appliances OP/DEAF MISSIONS
GIANT SALE, pml. N. of
295, on the corner Blndg
DRYER- Kitchen & Longchamp. Sat 7:30a
aid. Large capacity, OP Garage/Moving Sale
o odcooditi v Sat.4/29 & Sun 4/30
$12 best offer 8am-12N 3215 US HWY
268-8919,white 17 S Orange Park S. of
268-8919, white Drs. Lake Bridge, across
4, Microwave-GE from Gate gas station.
over-the-stove OP Moving Sale many
pacemakerr. hhold items Sat 4/29,8-3
black, 30 In.$7 6565 Gentle Oaks Dr. S.
call 269-1478
SREFRIDGERATOR- ORTEGA GAR-MOVING
Fldd~ai SALE, Fri/Sat 8a-Sp.
$350, white. Whir- PONTE VEDRA BY-THE SEA
pool dishwasher, $50, COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE
white. Whirlpool over Sat 8am- 12pm.
range microwave, $50, AlA to Corona Rd.
all exc. condition,
904-771-5208 R'side/Avondale Sat 9, 2
N'borhd Gar. Sale. HH
REFRIGERATOR: Maytag furn, toys. 2111 Ernest St.
Side by side, white, 28.6
cu. ft, ice mkr in dr, 7yrs SAN JOSE SMULLIAN TR.
old, good cond. $500. 3 Street Sale. South of
234-3000 or e-mail: Bolles. April 29th 8-4p
mitchandsue@comcast.net S'side Fr, Sat 8-4; 6441
Washer/dryer- heavy Starling Ave. H'hold
duty $225. Fridge, $135. bkcases, misc. kitchen..
Stove $175. 614-7782 ,, S'SIDE MOVING SALE
SWasher/Dryer- ../ Sat 8am- 12pm
7 Whirlpool, r L 297 Brookchase Ln W.
7 years ola,
excellent condi- S'SIDE MOVING SALE,
tion, 10799 Lost Pine Ct. Sat 7a
$175 obo, call 813-9004 Fum, dishes, elect, etc.
for more info. ST. NICHOLAS, Sat 8-4p
1538 Tiber Ave., off
A90 Articles Atlantic. Nick-nacks,
For Sale tools, furn, elect, etc
W'side Moving Sale! Fri
4 BARBIE DOLLS & Sat 8-5; Rolling Hills
Snew&in boxes. 7816 Knoll Dr N. furn,
[ Will e-mail list, antiques, collectables.
pCaricesvary. YULEE Big Moving Sale
Call after 8 Everything must go,
90287-9518 furn, Exercise equip,
BOFLEX hardly used lots more! Fri & Sat 8
$900; boxing set, am. 85668 Blackman Rd.
punching bag & speed BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
dryer $150 247-4732 This Sat & Sun Have
dryer $ 247- 4Your Garage Sale at
CABINET-Storage. The Market Place!
Store your CD's, 7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
tapes. Woodgrain, Garden!
with ockable doors, n 950 Garden/
wheels, $70,268 2482 Lawn
DAY BED- with OWNMOWER-
mattress, white, AW biN wheel Rh,
mcoe itn $ gas trimmer with
each, old and new, edger attachment
26 503E $7500, set. Call 268-1384
D DiSHWASHER-Ken LAWN MOWER -like new
more white never 12hp Murray riding
1 used,i $12SOX, mower, pd $00, sern
system w/ games, mower,_pd $9 eu
$130 XBOX and ps2 $500 725-9871
games $10, each
call 386-3724 955 Household
DRESSES-beauti- Furniture
ful prom dresses,
r sizes 14&15, ARMOIRE- Never
S excellent condi- A used Collezione
tion, choice of lavender E Europa Flawless,
or aqua, Call 317-5034 90 tall, 58" wide,
24" deep, $1000 obo,
FOR SALE Large Rocker fits, up to 36" tv,
recliner, $150 or best 9fis, 287-459
offer. 771. 3421 92874159
SFUTOf w/-Ser Armoire never used
maFUTeN-,w/100. Collezione Europa
Mattress, $100. T Flawless 90'tall 58"
Italian wood camp. wide 24" deep $1000
desk, $125, 2003 080 fits upto 36" Tv.
Ford explorer running OBO 904 4159
boards, $200. 813-1336
GOLF BAG BDRM SUITE-
likeeo AAshley Fum. $850
like new, $3, i obo, like new bed,
2646652 2 night
stands, chest x2.
MESS DRESS- 904422-3406 or
Mens, blue and jdixon01@comcastnet
U- ,white, jackets with ol@comcaset
attachments, size BED $115. Full SET, brand




shelve o rsBED $379 Beautiful new
42L Both for $225, name, new w/warr inbox
phone 778-4101 plastic 398-5200 can deliv
SRSchl Uniforms BED $1a Q N PT box &a


For student tables, oding Bffee mattress, brand name
Trinbaskets, metal King Set. NEW /arr
excellent deals temp-pedic MEM. box



Academy. Size youth Can deliver. 398-5200
R d dossib' fit BED Brand name Kg pill
student in 6th or 7h topSECT. $299. New, w/
grade. Phone 504-9649 warr. Can del. 398-5200
& STROLLER- Eddie BED. Metal
Bauer Strollerw/ bunkbed set, top
S Infant seat cover, n | twin, bottom full
excellent condw m Nattress enclsed,
tion, $130, call 317-5034 usel two months. Call
4, STROLLER- w/ PAT 904-403-4869
Carrier car seat leave message
5 mount,baby. bas- BED-qn sz,
sinet white, dresser, minor,
Winnie Pooh baby le I night stand, mat-
bouncer, portable pay tress, boxspring,
pen, 693-2574, $175 rails, headboard,
Treadmill $100,4x, footboard, oak con-
Sti $ temporary Amelia
St railer $300, riding island, $950, 491-7996
small freezer, $60, C BEDROOM SET
2 bakers racks, $100, 4 pc light brown,
Chevy Pick-up 970 moving must sale
$5500, 904-272-7352 k Great condition
r Pmtr i- dresser, mirror, heaa-
4 TREADMILL-$100, board, nightstand,
4x6 trailer, $300, FREE POOL TABLE,
$300, small freezer, -
-$60,2 bakers racks, [ -I
$100Chev 997 Bedroom 4Pc
Pickup,$0 | Bedroom PC Set $2985|
904 272-7352 Accessories & ,
VHS MOVIES I Artwork On Sale NOW I
SToo many to list. Prints From $29
'5l? $1-$15 sets. Lots |2PcLthrSofa& Lovest $5991
brand new, will fax 14 Drawer Chests Frm 79 I
list. 982-2750 ISofas & Chair $2981
125" Color TV's From 9S9 I
WEIGHT BENCH- ;3 Rml8Pc Condo Pkg p998.
/ Smith machine w/ |2Pc Sealy Qn Bed $1991
V E ^ attachments, I COURT CLEARANCE I
3351bs in weight | CENTER I
total body s s
workout machine T
$200 call 386 3724 < night stands, oak,
o EAGLE A RANGER-B off white color,
SZEAGLE RANGER- queen size, asking
T BCD with ripcord sabe, 291-2388/
J~weight system, and c|el 8641515
scuba pro inte- ce l 8' S1
grated octopus, like BED Solid wood cherry
new, must see, $650, sleigh bed w/matt. &
904-864-6200 box. Retail $950, Sac.

915 Building -a4 BED-Waterbed,
Supplies frame and head
excellent condi-
4 PORCH- screened tuon, asking $70, Home,
l6x12, ready to 291-2388/ cell 864-1515
dition, $1500, obo, & BUNKBED- Metal
call 904-879-6446 --/ set, top twin bot-
|I. ? tom, full mattress
included, 2 months.
92?0 Business/ Call Pat 90o403-4869.
Ofce Leave message

CONFERENCE ./ 2 pieces, solid
TABLES GALORE! < I wood mahogany
Conference Tables Galore -china cabinet, $350.
Loads of Conference Tables in stock Computer desk,
Starting At Only $149 formica top,
Gator Office Furniture $25, call 268-1384
(904) 724 -6400 COUCH BED-
DESK -Oak Recept/Sec. -T- 3 piece sectional.
L- Shaped, cost $1200, l | /Love seat/recliner
sell for $400; 3 Recept. blue. Asking $1000
chrs-oak/ moave $300 or best offer contact
for all; Phone sys w/4 @ 904,370 2931
phones $300; 534-6183 COUCH & CHAIR -T-ville,
white damask. exc


928 Electronics cond, $600. 333-4608
4 a DESK- Computer
HDTrV Samsun9g shaped, 2 drawers,
I projection TV, 1 key board pullout
under warrany- tray, cd holder, $125.
Excellent con.d- 6 32574
tion, $1000 obo, 93254
838-4099/278-8968 DESK-Executive
Sharper Image $400, 212310 or
/ Futuro 3-CD stereo 21902075
4 1IAM/FM, really cool,
cd's visible $200 ENTERTAINMENT
firm. Can email photo | CENTER- Oak, 6
278-8219 CS, accommodates
amystew@bellsouth.net o freestanding TVs,
TV- Sony 27", 8384099/278-8968
Encased In oak
-|L $200,292-4099/ Entertainment
742-7851 Center- 3 pieces,
4, solid oak, $378,
95 Fruits/ call 268-1384
935 Vegetables FormnaiDn e
hutch six chairs,
STRAWBERRIES excellent cond.,
(YOU PICK) Norman's new walker, Thomas
Hwy 301, Starke FL Kinkaid umbrella, new.
$7/a flat, bring your Call 693-4452
container. 904-964-9152 Living Room Set-
3gpcroyal blue w/
945 Garage built in ottoman
Sales & tables.
S Call for more info,
$370, 912-882-7598
ARGYLE (Settlers Grove)es -(2)
MOVING SALE Sat. 8-2 Mattress Set- /(2)
8143 Crosswind Rd.tbox sip $50
Furn & misc. eac shnalm
Art/Ft. Caroline Sat 4/29
8a-11a. Big remodeling NURSERY FURNI-
sale lot hsehold items TURE sleigh crib,
3512 Colony ove Trail W changing table,
dutaller glider and
ARL -Sat-sun 8-2, furn, ottoman, orilgnally
lan, HH, misc, 3225 over $1100, asking $45.
T hy PI ace. Ft. Manyaccessories.
Carolne Oaks. 904-303-2512


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r955 Household
955 Furniture

OAK DESK -4PC $200, Ithr
caramel loveseat &
couch, comfortable
$150 654-8090
Oak Dining Room Table
w/leaf +6 chairs. Oak
server $375. Call 7336821
Baymeadows Area
PIANO $100- BR
FURN-MISC. &, SOFA
$75; 904-726-8147
Sectional Sofa
Sleeper, Dark Green
With 2 Heat &
Massage Recliners &
Table with cup
holders. $799.00
9042690689
SLEEPER SOFA -$275,
Table, 4chrs, $195, end
tbis, coffee table and
lamps $245, mcwv $45.
772-0633
4 SOFA BED- Queen
size chair, two
coffee tabfe, big
table, maroon
color,top glass,asking
$400,294- 2388/ 864 1515
SOFA-love seat,
pastel color, good
condition,
asking 291-2388.
cell 864-a151
L SOFA- never used
Contemporary
_| micro-fiber plush
suede beige
2- piece sectional $800.
904 69& 0678
SOFA- plaid, gray/
$ It. blue, beige,
g |, extra long,
exc. cone.,
$350. 904-260-2086
SOFA-plaid,
gray/It, blue/beige,
S extra long, exc.
condition, $350,
904.260-2086
4 Sofa, plaid,
gray/blue/beige,
extra long,
excellent cond.
$350, 904-260-2086
SOFA- plaid
gray/blue/befge
extra long, excel-
lent, condition,
$350, 904-260-2086
SOFA-sleeper, and
loveseat, Qn. Anne,
SI rarely used,great
condition, $300
obo, 904264-9507, pc-
tures available
by e- mail,
richlek@comcast.net
SBASSET king size
sleigh bed with
Mattress and box
spring. Lght cherry
wod, $40,219-2075 or
215-2310

965 Medical
SSCOOTER-Medical
electric Rally, three
Wheeled, immacu-
late, red, rarely
used. Runs perfect,
$850. Negotiable,
904-716-7197/
904-541-0400
Musical
970 Merchandise/


New Spc & hdwr $349300
Guitars $49Up 387- 6527
a KEYBOARD- CASIO
CA-110 electronic,
$25. Call 249-1666
PIANO- Baldwin
Acrosovic w/bench
seat, $2K obo
90*4993-3185

9N U Sporting
980 Goods
ATV, Honda 250 '04,
good cond, $2000obo.
S904-588-6959
SBMX- (2), 20 inch,
1 boys bicycles,
90 great shape,
oth for, $50,
call Paul 620-9387
4, BOWFLEX
S Treadclimber TC
5000, brand new,
1 $1700 obo,
292-4894,742-7851
A GOLF CLUBS- used,
SHogan Edge Steel,
| l 1,3-PW, $90. Mil-
lenium 2000, over-
size Graphite, 4. PW
475, Master Fit Graph-
call 220-0340
HUNT CLUB -Seeking
members for S.C. Hunt
Club. $1500. Please
contact Tim Beasley at
904-591-2050
NAUTILUS EXERC EQUIP
comm grade leg
extension mach, leg
curl mach, $300ea. $500
for the pr. 636-0873.
S" olid Maple $1895
.1" slate New 334-8573
www.westwoodbilliards.com
| TREADMILL
.-1 Space saver, $150,
call 268-1384
B WEIGHT SET-
3001b's & workout
bench, $100.
S Call 573-2863
a WINDSURFER-
complete, Obrien.
including mast sail,
and 2 harps,
$100 call 284-6017/
Fleming Island
ZEAGLE RANGER
SLTD, BCOD with rip,
cord system and
S scuba pro, inte-
Sgrated octo like new,
S $650, 904864-6200





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


"; 1 lA ClLivestock
1005 & Supplies
APHA Paints $800-$4500,
Paint Me Zippo bid Ins,
Exc. Show Prospects,
extremely Gentle,
foals-2yr olds, sm
started under saddle,
Very Fishy 879-9673
Boarding Julington Creek
|, & Trir prkg. 904-716-1986
I REDUCE BEDDING COSTS
STALL SKINS
: 1 PC Water Permeable
www.statlskins.com
800-400-3165
Ear to TaiL
We cover the horse
550 Saddles in stock!
See us and Save!
www.horseandkennel.com
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E. 18TH ST 354- 7634

11 0 Supplies

;* Am Blackmouth Cur Dog,
F 5mo $250obo 251-4133
secocreekkennels.com
a_ AQUARIUM KIT
I includes cover with
light, pump, filter,
and water heater,
$25, 268-2482
BASSET HOUNDS
CKC, Tri-clr & lemon,
$300. 912-218-0112
4, BEAGLE/HOUND
T FREE- tricolor,
: i VII male, neutered
supplies included, -
family looking
for a good home.
Serious inquiries,
please 904 -821-7670


Beagles- 3 M/3 F, S &W
S10 wks old $150.00

-each 879-1106
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS;
Avl-5/6, AKC, Shots, HC,
3M's. $500. 904-695-9181
SCarrier- extra large
Spent carrier, beige,
S1 excellent ,
condition. $35,'
904821-7670
S a, CAT- free to good
home. Declawed.
SComes with all her
stuff, 3 yo, call
904-476-4132
4, CAT- handsome,
n n sweet, 8mo,
shorthaired, black
cat, neutered/
declawed, shots, meds
current, Free to good1
home,912- 496-4885/
912.-573-6961 /
Dachshund, minis AKCb,
SHC red/blck brindles
$350 386.776- 22331
DOBERMANS PINCHES
Red & Black, AKC, ear; &
tails $800. 229.247.5493,
ENGLISH BULLDOGS;'
Taking dep. AKC Chanrp.
bloodline, $1800 & up.
588-6959/588-6483


1010 Pets &
1 Supplies

FERRETS, 2F/Marshalls,
sable & fancy, w/cage &
access. $300. 248-2425
FREE FERRETS (2)
Inseparable. To a loving
indoor home. Access &
food incl.Very socialable
904-635-4797 Iv msg
German Shepherd, AKC,
white, bik/siv, lwks,
Call 904-781-9872
German Shepherd Pups
hithy, $300. 725-0802vm
Dragonstrainer@aol.com
GREAT DANE PUPS -
EXQUISITE BRINDLES,
Reg., Ch. Lines, POP,
HIth Cert., Ready 4/30
$1000. spay/neuter
disc., serious inquiries
only 904-422-2039 Iv.
GREAT DANE PUPS 12wks
AKC & CKC. Blk/Wht, F
$800. 352-235-2897
JACK RUSSELL CKC M
13wks, shots, wormed,
$250. 287-2726, 707-7913
LAB PUPS AKC Blacks &
yellows, S/W. $250.
90 838-5459, 259-244B
LAB PUPS AKC
7 blk $150ea. 2 Binde
Fern, 2 Choc Fern
$300ea. all shots up to
date. 912-632-7959
912-213-2239
MALTESE PUPS AKC. Tiny
tea cups $1000. others
$850 904,461-3459
MALTESE PUPPIES AKC,
Males, $700 Cash only
904-779-6531
OLD TIME SOUTHERN
BULL DOGS CKC, REG,
M/F $500 904-333-1139
PERSIANS 2M/- 16 mo's
neut.- declaw- beautiful
Brothers $200 for both
904-260-9254
PIT BULL PUPS/ADBA
Blue Sire Rednose Dam,
Beautiful puppies, won't
last long. 904-635-3319
PIT BULL -Worlds Most
Beautiful Pit Puppies.
8wks, 200-0228
POODLES, Bick, mini's. 8
wks, AKC champ, bid
$500 & up. 783-3088
POODLE toy AKC 2 white
male 8wks $500
904/ 813-3631
SHAR-PEI -5mo, female
plenty of wrinkles,
$500 obo 904-565-1188
SHIH-TZU AKC PUPPIES
mis/fmles, /imperials
904.-214-4257/ 406-0144
WOLF HYBRIDS
M/F. Health Certificate
POP. Call 904-525-4379
YORKIE 4 Tiny Fern 9 wks.
Jax, FI 904- 349 -4161
706-975-5810 $1000ea.
YORKIES $1500. AKC,
Beautiful!
904-614-2995; 291-1829






Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RVs and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
130 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
132SAutomobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340 (nucks/T oilers/
SUV's /
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355Autos/. Tucks
Wanted

1205 Boats

**** LET US ****
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
Jnixon0l@)comcast.net
A 11' Inflatable
AVON, $500 obo or
L 14 hp Johnson
S Motor $800
904993-3185
19' CHAPARRAL SL LTD
Bowrider '94. Yamaha
drive, ski's, wakeboard
& more. Minor issues.
$6000. 904-535-1097
2002 Chapparal 230 SSI
Bowrider, mercruiser 5.0
very low hours, stain-
iessJprop, dual batter-
ies, epth finder, com-
pass, stereo/cd player,
enclosed porta pottie,
swim platform w/lad-
dersnap in carpet,
Bimmini top, bow and
cockpit cover, custom
Mooring cover, auto-
matic fire ext., excel-
lent cond, includes
Majic Tilt trailer.
$25,000. 904.535-5300
21' 6" CENTURION
LIGHTENING C4, 2005
Wake/Ski, tower, ballast
full cover, trailer, loaded,
full fact. warranty. $34K
904-254-2773
22.5' Glasstron GS225 '99
220hp Volvo eng, I/O,
$13,900obo. 912-261-8324
4 23 ft Monterey
Scuddy with trailer,
VIJ needs work, $4000
call 904-859-0921
S23' Montery Cuddy
-T 1992, with trailer.
L Needs work, $4000.
Call 904. 476 9079
4, 25 foot regal bow-
Srider, 2001, Volvo
< 537 liter, engine,
Full canvas, immacu-
late, must seel! $35,900,
237-5064
26' Wellcraft w/twin
HPDI 250'S, see ad
#637183 at
usedboats.com
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387.1440


1210 Sailboats
26x MACGREGOR '02 Too
much eqpt to list. Go to
macgregorowners.com
Clickon boats for sale,
S.E., click on boat
priced at $24,000. This
is a 26' Power Sailboat
w/a 50hp mtr & 25gal.
tank. Call Jack at
904-541-0305 betw.
bla-10p for appt to see
boat. Fully found & in
Sail-a-way condition
traior included.


1230 RVS
3 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
BEAVER CLASS C '78
440 rebuilt engine
New roof, $3000.
Finished w/ all work,
$500. 904-449-5801
a Fleetwood Niagra
Pop-up '04 Too
many options to
list $10,000 firm.
N.A.D.A $11,200 plus. Ph
641-5093
FORD TIOGA- '86
New tires, tune up,
new refrig, 25 point
inspection, new shocks,
$7000.904 449-5801
PURSUIT BY GEORGIE
BOY '05, 30ft class A
motor home, 3185mi 2
slide outs. Loaded, like
brand new, less then
lyr old. $69,900. Call
246-9383

a Trail Lite 26ft
Travel Trailer 2003,
| Excellent condi-
tion, kept covered,
$14,000 obo.
912-882-4899

1300 Motorcycles
4 For Sale or Trade for
SBoat 2003 Buell Blast
i 500cc, 4788 miles, runs
great,needs nothing.
Call904.-386.1228

SHarley 2001,
custom screaming
i eagles, luggage
S rack, sissy ar,
xtra chrome, windhe ld,
only 3600 miles, $8000
obo, 912 882 6788

SHarley Davidson
1200 Sportster, 01'
Sol 8915 mi. black with
red pin stripes.
Looks and runs like
new. Windshield, H.D.
Dyne seat with back
rest, rear pegs, engine
guards and luggage
rack. $6900 obo,
904.610-.6062
HARLEY DAVIDSON
S1 soft tall, 2002,
Black chrome, and
light packages,
alarm, saddle bags,
windsleild, 6400mi,
$12,500, 904, 449-1489/
213.9845
Q6 HARLEY DAVIDSON
S2003, Softail Deuce,
Excellent condi-
tion, 3400 miles,
quick release leather
bags, garagekept.
542- 9670 or 264 2850
4 Harley Davidson
'00 Road King,
91 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
corbinr seat. This bike has
never been dropped and
looks good! Asking $4300
obo. 904619- 2990
Harley Davidson XL
a 1200 Sportster,
131 low miles, lots of
chrome, excellent
condition, blue & silver,
$8500 obo. 912.674 4453
HD Softall Stan-
dard 03', 100th
nI anniversary edi-
tion, 13,500 miles,
windshield backrest,
luggage rack, foot-
boards, engine guard,
$14,500,4240424
4 HONDA 1979, gold
Swing, new tires,
I garage kept,
tL Kingsland, GAwith
sidecar.call
912-673-1897 after 5,
912-729-8904.JIM
HONDA 750 SHADOW
SPIRIT '03,1900mi,
extras, $4500. 230.-0999
a Honda Magna 96'
red, corbin sear,
_1J HWY pegs, low
mileage, call
612.1878, $3500
Honda Shadow 1100 -98
$3000 obo.*
904-361-8693
4 Oldsmobile Silhou-
Sette Van '00 Silver,
|\ 6300mi, new tires,
all leather, elec,
oaded, $7,995
904-220-7886
4 RevTec 100C.I. 05'
SCustom chrome.
I Contact Kevin.
$13K obo, 220-2801
Kevinh7881@comncastnet for
pictures and info.
SSuzuki Bandit
S2002- 600cc, black
4 6k miles, excellent
cond $3200 base
housing call
904.229- 7833 or 807.-7881
SUZUKI INTRUDER '95,
cruiser style, saddle
bags, custom pipes,
18Kmi, custom paint,
new tires, $3200 obo.
Call 904-742-0072

1310 Auto Parrts
4, FORD Winstar
I | package, asking
$75, 29i-2388,
cell 864-1515
4, TIRES & ALLOY
S| rims for mustang, 2
%. | r new Yokohamm
p 205/65 R15 and 2
VGC tires and rims,
mounted & balanced.
$175 firm. 703.4448

4 Wrangler AT/S
275/7017 set of 4
with aluminum
wheels. $900 obo,
call 904-246-1911


1320 Antiques/
13 Classics

CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
***BROUGHAM*,.*

1 $800
1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k
ml., 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
SCHEVROLET COR-
VETTE 70'- stin-
gray, Red, 350, AT,
SPB, AC, Two
tops, new tires
garaged, awesome
condition, $29,800.
272-3768
CORVETTE 1980'
Black 350 AT, $4K
obo, 904.695-0681
S Ford Mustang
Convertible.
I Full restored
black/silver 302 V8
C4 auto. Many new
parts and tires. $19,500
obo, 904- 654.5557
VW Van '71 Runs
(Project) $1,000 OBO
509-1241

1325 Automotive
ACURA INTEGRA
S93 Modified
\ racing mtr. Trans
gone. Has a set of
16" Bella Rims and a set
of 15" Stock Rims.
Luxury seats. $650obo
673-9176/674-0498
)1 ACURA TL'03
Ex low miles, CD,
sunroof. $16,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ACURA TL '05
SBurgundy/tan,
beautiful. $28,860
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUDI A4 '03
Beige, Tan Leather, 47K,
$21,985
ASH TISDELL 888- 435-7076
AUDI A4 SEDAN '03
1.8 Turbo, only
29,000 mi. $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUDI TT CONVT.
'02. Only 25K
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( IBMW 3251 '06. Like
new, only 3000
miles. $32,340
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 740i1 '01
White, Grey Leather and
Real Clean Luxury Car.
58K, $25,888
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
(P I BMW Z4 3.0 '05
Only 9000 miles
$37,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW Z4 3.0 '06
Only 400 miles.
$39,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW Z4 Roadster 3.0 '04
private one owner, AT,
sterling grey w/blk Ithr,
loaded w/options, 21K
mi, $32,900 904-759-4454
BUICK ROAD MASTER '93
New cpt, hdlner.
99kmi, $5000. 724-8596.
CADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Pearl white.
Beautiful. $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ ICADILLAC DEVILLE
f '03. Only 44,000
miles. $18,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
u*. BROUGHAM* e*

$800
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
CHEV.AVEO LS '04
4DR, Auto AC, CD $9700
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV CAVALIER '04
Sport PKG 4DR $9900
GM Certified
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV COBALT LS '05
AUTO, AC $10,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV COBALT LS '05
CC, PL, PM, PW, REMOTE
$11,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '03
FULL PWR $14,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA '05
CC, PL, PM PW, REMOTE
$13,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV MALIBU MAXX LS
'05 CC, PL, PM PW, MNRF
$12,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
y CHEVROLET
CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. speed,
every option available.
$32,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
J. CHEVY CORVETTE
98'- Fully loaded,
'i f garage kept, exc.
cond., new tires,
$16,875, call
912-467-6145
4, CHEVY MONTE
/ 1 CARLO 86'

firm call 783.9210,
after 7 pm
4 Chevy Monte Carlo
I 86', 4.3 runs great,
783.9210, after 4pm
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'03 LIMITED $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'05 Won't last. $199/mo.
Call 389-7700


1325 Automotive
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 03
AUTO, CC, PL, PM, MNRF
$11,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHRYSLER 300C
05 White/tan
roof. $28,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
@ CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER TOURING
TURBO '04. Only
25,000 miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER
SEBRING '03 LXI
Leather, CD,
moonroof. $11,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

FORD Crown Vic.
Police Interceptor '97
166,921 miles. $2700
OBO. Call Jean
885-1091

SFord Escort 98',
52k miles, 4 door
manual, great
condition, $4000
obo, call 904- 372- 9029,
must sell
FORD EXPEDITION '97 Ed.
Baur. 4x4, TV, CD chngr
white, 135kmi,
$7500obo. 904- 213-1758
FORD EXPLORER '98,
Eddie Bauer, good
cond. $8500. 737-0720
FORD FOCUS ZX-3 '03
Great first Car!
Hatchback. Auto,
loaded, great shape.
$129/mo. Call 334-7253
FORD FOCUS '03
Gas Saver, AT, AC, Clean,
Inexpensive, 31K,$8,950
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
FORD MUSTANG GT '99
CONV, 5SP, PL, P, CC, PW
$8950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
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 '06
Beige and Beige Inside,
18K Miles, Nice Comfort-
able Ride, Loaded and
Dependable, $13,550
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
4 HONDA ACCORD
2002, EX-4DR, 3.0L,
V- 6, 4sp AT leather,
tinted, loaded, new
tires, EC, non-smoker
owned, beautiful,
maintained,
904-491-7996
HONDA ACCORD
Eq EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
H/O HONDA ACCORD
1 EX '04. Fully
Equipped. $17,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012.
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA CIVIC DX '00
5spd, 46Kmi, gd gas mi's
$6500. 904-945-5711
Hyundai Tiburon GT '04
V6, 5spd, Silver, All pwr
CC, 25Kmi, Exc cond,
Bra cover $14,500.
Honda CRV LX '04 Sil-
ver, Autotrans, All pwr.
Tinted wndws, 28Kmi.
Exc cond $16,500
904-614-6451
/V INFINITI G35
SSEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
leather, CD, sunroof
$23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JAGUAR XJ8 '99, 53K
miles, great shape,
$16,900. 904, 280-2964
LEXUS ES 300 '95
Blue with Beige, AT, AC,
Runs and Drives Good,
AC Ice Cold, $5950
ASH TISDELLE 860- 323- 5795
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
MAZDA 6 '04
Auto CC, PL, PM, PW
$12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
MAZDA 626 '99
Green w/ Grey Cloth,
73K, Nice Car, Inexpen-
sive at $5,785
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795
MAZDA 626 '02
4DR, PWLKS,
WINDOWS $7500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
/' MAZDA MIATA '01
k4 Y Extra low miles.
Beautiful! $12,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ MAZDA RX8'04
9yLeahter, CD, priced
to sell. $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-6012
MAZDA RX8 '04
14,000 miles, like new
Call 389-7700
SMERCEDES E 320
S2001, perfect con-
1 edition, silver, 18",
Chrome wheels,
$22,900, 904-955-9570,
ask for steve view
NAS JAX lot
MERC GRN MARQUISE
LS'00 PS, PM, PW,
CC, REMOTE $8999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4, MGB 73', MGB-GT
/ 72', MGB needs
< work, GT is parts
car both for $1000,
call Jeff 277-8783/8161
MINI COOPER '05
Automartic, Only
2000 miles. $19,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


1325 Automotive
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT
'00. Premium, auto,
leather, sunroof,
spoiler, CD changer,
low miles. $6995.
Call 334-7253
NISSAN ALTIMA '05
CC, PL, PW, PM, REMOT
$17,788
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 S'
Only 5K miles, show
room condition.
Call me 334-7253
7 NISSAN ALTIMA S
'05. Leather, CD
roof. $19,990
LEXUS OF JACKSON VILI
998-0012
NISSAN MAXIMA '02
MNRF, PW, LKS $15,40(
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
NISSAN MAXIMA 3.5 SE
'04. Loaded, all the
toys, like new condi
tion at thousands less
Call 334-7253
NISSAN SENTRA GXE 'C
Great MPG! Low miles
good commuter car.
Save on Gas! 334-725
PONTIAC GRAND AM '(
4DR, PS, PL, PM, PW, CC
$13,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
SPT CRUISER 02',
38K miles, perfeo
l condition $12K,
bought from .
Carmax Call Jake,
904-505-9242
SATURN LS2, 200
S Heated leather
- I seats, 6 cyl, cruise
tinted, windows
sunroof, KBB, $8400.
Sell $7900.735 3313
4 SPITFIRE 1977-
numbers match
J body true, being
restored, runs ne<
batter cover, tires, so
and hard top, $2500,
904-704-8872
SUZUKI FORENZA '06
Brand new, as low as
$10,990. Call 389.7700
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '02
Blue & Grey Interior, Ni.
Clean Car, $13,800
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-57
7\, TOYOTA CAMRY
XLE '02. Cham-
paqne/tan, extr
low miles. $14,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILI
98-0012


-- .- .--
TOYOTA RAI
2 door, a/c, 8
$4200.904-
SVolvo 9
S '95 Ga
sunroo


1325 Automotive 1335 $2000 or Less
T TOYOTA Solara SE '04, Q TOYOTA PASEO 96'
AT, AC, pwr, CD, fully only 68k miles,
loaded, Ithr, alloys, exc \JI. needs front end
cond, silver, 21K warrty. work, runs well,
$18,900. 904-509-4449 $1000 obo, call
904-434-6498
(7" TOYOTA SCION TC ___904__ __4
E '05. CD, automatic Trucks /
$16,740 1340 Trailers/
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 34 vs
998-0012 SUV's
G6 VOLKSWAGEN CABRIO BMW X3 '03
S '02 Blue, Convertible, SUV, grey w/ Beige
42K, Auto, AC, Clean Fun Leather, 31K, Inexpen-
Car, Beat the Gas Crunch sive Luxury, $28.450
$13,900 ASH TISDELLE 800323- 5795
SL ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795 CADILLAC
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03 (9) ESCALADE '06.
Black, Nice Good Miles,
LE 47K. $13,850 Pearl white/tan,
ASHTISDELLE800-323-.5795 fully equipped. $42,995
LEXUS 0F JACKSONVILLE
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '02 998-0012
0 Grey w/ Grey Interior,
Loaded, Ready for the CADILLAC SRX '06
Road, 66K, $15,450 I,, 1 Pearl white fully
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795 equip, like new.
' VOLKSWAGEN CONVERTIBLE Only 9K miles. $32,890
S'04 Green-I Mean Green! LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE
. 27K, 5Spd, Nice, Sharp 998-0012
Looking Car, Cold AC,
$20,650 A. CHEVROLET
12 Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795 PICKUP 90', auto,
ext. cabY, V, 4x4,
, VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '06 198 miles, solid
53 GLI, Red, Beautiful, enlne newer tires,
Extremely Clean, Only $220 ab, 847-r370-5078
4 9700 Mies $25,680 0 obo, 847-370-5078
C ASH TISDELLE 800323-5795 7 CHEVROLET
7 VOLVO 80 '06 AVALANCHE '04
AWD, fully Extra low miles.
equipped. Only 425 $23,990
LEXU es $37,980 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012
998-0012 CHEV SILVERADO '03
REG CAB AT V6 15K
VW BEETLE '99 $12,900 GM CERTIFIED
Extra clean. Why wait? GOO HERTFD
0 $5990. Call 389.7700 GORDONCHEVROLET
904-272-2200
e, VjV BEETLE 03 Convt CHEV TAHOELS'03
S Low ml, great shape all CHEV TAHOE LS'O3
options. Summer Fun! LS, 3rd Seat, Nice $19,900
$16,500 obo. 334-7253 GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
VW EUROVAN '01
Silver w/oGrey Interior, CHEV TAHOE Z71 '04
I Plenty of Room for the Leather, Black $27,900
-, Family, Gas Saver, GM Certified .
ft Sunroof, $15,950 GORDON CHEVROLET
Ash TIsdelle 800-323-5795 904-272-2200
VW JETTA '01, V6, lux CHEV TRAILBLAZER'05,
sports pkg, green pW, PL, PM, REMOTE
$12,900 Ph 904.62.8771 $17,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
ce Trucks,Vans, SUVs'00-05 904-272-2200
ALL CHEV TRAILBLAZER EXT
y ~95 1S~' '05 4WD, CC, PW, PL, PM
Military $20,999
and GORDON CHEVROLET
-a Civilian 904-272-2200
a Civilian CHEV TRACKER LT '04
LE I$0 DOWN V6, AT 10K 15,900
GM Certified
EVERYBODY GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
e RIDES! 2. Chevy 4x4'92 New
trans, all power,
95 Chris662-0726 rh)cold A/C great
shape, never off
road, call 256- 308-7791
01 __ _or 904, 270-8628
1335 $2000 or Less Chevy Pickup 97',
J.regular cab v6 87K
DODGE RAM 150 '91-V8, S miles, white, nice
AT, King cab w/canop $5500 obo, Orange Park
new starter, radiator 904-272-7352
wtr pump, inc trlr hitch
n runs exc, nice work k CHEVY PICKUP
truck, $1499. 904.415-2810 L 1997, SWB AT.AC
SI .lregularCABV6,87K
FORD RANGER '89 PU, miles,white, nice,
5spd, new tires, runs gd $5500, obo, Orange
$975. 904-333-7767 Park, 904-272-7352


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
4660-1000Southside Blvd. 565-4000



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



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

KEY BUICK
4660 Sonthside Blvd. 642-6060


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside 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 Merdrill 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


ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

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

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



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
- 95 i .t l O Fn. m h 1-00R-n' 7A4.


BOARD FORD
St. Augoustine 353-6797
orida's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit.129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy, '904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 7253060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


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


COGGINHONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 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
www.ci autotive.com



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US i 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, FernBch.
1-800-228-7454



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



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

*mr~.T-.r1.M-v


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



NORH LORIDAUC MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotuso acksonville.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.cityatomnotive.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.comn

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


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000

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

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 South, St Aug. 904-794-9990

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400



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

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE-ORLANDO
895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orl0dando 407-339-3443




NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
CHEVY TAHOE- 99'
LT 4WD, all leather,
runs great, looks
great, low miles,
must sell, $5800 obo,
707-4647
CHEVY Z-71 '04. Low
miles Brush guard,
excellent condition.
$379/mo. Call 334-7253
DODGE DURANGO '03
Tight budget? Big Fam-
ily? 3rd row seat, auto,
low miles. Great shape.
Call me 334-7253
DODGE RAM 1500 '02
4X4 QUAD CAB $16,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4 FORD EXPEDITION
2001, EDDIE BAUER,
blue V-8, loaded,
$14K obo,
904-553.8569, well
maintained,
non- smoker, beautiful
FORD EXPLORER-
94' good interior,
1 Do5dy new
transmission and
tires $2000 obo,
call 291-0799
4 FORD EXP. XLT 03'
S& CHEVY TAHOE 99'
Pkg deal Excellent
Condition, must
sell $29,000 for both.
707-4647
.. FORD EXPLORER
I" Sport Track, 6 cyl,
i full power moon,
roof, very sharp,
leather, 6 cd, 88K, roof
rack, tonneau cover,
$10,900 obom
904-940-5230
FORD EXPLORER
Sport Track, 6cyl,
k \f fullpower moon
Sroof, very sharp!
Leather, 6cd, 88K, roof
rack, tonneau cover,
$10,900 obo,
904-940-5230
FORD FlSO0 XL '01
Super Cab, AT, V8 $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD F 350. 93',
dual tire 152K
4 /miles, great shape,
$5600 obo,
904,422.3406 or
Jnixon01@comcast.net
FORD RANGER EDGE
X-Cab "04. V6, auto,
spray on liner, low mi.
$269/mo. 334-7253
GMC SIERRA '04 loaded,
Stepside, less than 30K
mi, $19,500. 2474732
SGMC YUKON
DENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$25,480 -
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Extra low
miles, like new,
black/tan, DVD,
crhome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP COMMANDER
06 LTD. Fully
equipped, DVD, 700
miles. $35,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


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10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002

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www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
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10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

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5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439

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HONDA CRV '02
LX 4DR $14,200
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
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S EX '02. Only 40,000
miles. $13,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
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CHEVY CONV. VAN '00
Beige on Beige and .
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ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY '05
CC, PS, PL, PM, PW
$15,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Dodge Caravan Sport '02
Red, Beige, 77K, Nice
Van, $9,685
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
GMC CARGO VAN '01
2500, V8 $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA ODYSSEY EX
Rare! Limited Avail-
ability! Leather, rear
entertainment, low mi.
Won't last. 334-7253

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