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Policy Revised
New Guidelines On Body Art
Page 4


Lending A Hand
Resernists Build Houses
Pages 6-7


Sham Marriages
Think Before Committing A Crime
Page 11


(. AY 4.2006 www.j axairnews.com


NAS Jax prepares for hurricane season
By JOI Mike England; ., ".... -
Assistant Editor I .V-, -.-


NAS Jacksonville's leaders
and first responders are
participating in the
Atlantic Fleet Hurricane Track-
ing and Warning Exercise (HUR-
REX) this week in preparation for
the upcoming hurricane season.
The exercise, which began April
24 and ends tomorrow, is being
conducted by U.S. Fleet Forces
Command to provide afloat and
shore-based Atlantic Fleet com-
mands and other Department of
Defense activities with the oppor-
tunity to test their disaster pre-
paredness capabilities.
According to NAS Jax Fire
Chief Randy Hall, the exercise is
a good way for the base to pre-
pare its equipment and person-
nel. "The HURREX gives us the.
chance to make sure we've got the
tools and equipment necessary
for us to weather a hurricane. All
of our procedures are reviewed
for compliance and recall rosters,
next of kin information and safe
haven addresses are checked to


Photo by JO1 Mike England
NAS Jax Fire Chief Randy Hall (back, left) briefs members of the Emergency Operations Center during the hurri-
cane exercise Tuesday.
ensure we can get a hold of and tested by three artificially con- hurricane strength during the
account for people," Hall said. structed tropical systems that last 11 days, threatening the
Exercise participants are being have developed and intensified to Caribbean Islands, U.S. East


Courtesy of the NAS Jacksonville Disaster
Preparedness Office
The Naval Atlantic Meteorology
and Oceanography Center, Nor-
folk, Va., sends out tropical cyclone
warnings every six hours to give
crisis management officials an idea
of where and when the artificially
constructed hurricanes will strike.
Coast and Gulf Coast regions.


See HURREX, Page 13


Navy Exchange holds 60th


anniversary celebration


MWR receives

sizable donation
By Miriam S. Gallet
Editor
Sunny skies and a cool
breeze graced the NAS
Jacksonville Navy Ex-
change (NEX) 60th Anni-
versary Celebration April
26. Held at the NEX/com-
missary courtyard, the cere-
mony commemorated 60
years of service to the fleet
and to the Navy families.
The official portion of the
ceremony began with NAS
Jax NEX General Manager
Bill Hockenberry thanking
the attendees. "To Capt.
Dobson, NEX managers and
associates, service members
and patrons I thank you all
for joining the NEX family
on this very special occa-
sion," he said during his


opening remarks.
"The Navy Exchange is
your store. The profits made
from your purchases come
right back to you in the
form of our contribution to
the base Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR) pro-
gram and scholarships for
your children."
Following Hockenberry's
opening message, NAS
Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
spoke to the crowd high-
lighting Navy and NEX his-
tory and their great per-
formance.
"I appreciate you all com-
ing and realize most of you
haven't been around for 60
years. However, if you look
into history you will see
that the Navy and the NEX
are intertwined," he said.
"NEX has had a visionary
approach to serving the fleet
and was one of thefirst enti-
ties to provide a series of


Local NMCRS


stores and services for our
Sailors and the Navy family.
More significantly, their
profits come back to us in. a
variety of forms. NEX
understands who their cus-
tomers are and provide
great service and I applaud
them."
The ceremony continued
with check presentations to
the NAS Jacksonville MWR
Department, NAS Jax Navy
Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive and
to 10-year-old Jeffrey
Waters, winner of the quar-
terly A-Okay Scholarship.
"Today, I have the
immense pleasure of return-
ing some of the money you
have spent at the Navy
Exchange back to your com-
mand MWR fund," said
Hockenberry, while proudly
looking at service members
in the audience. "During fis-
cal year 2005, our NAS Jax
store set a new sales record


offices


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Executive Vice President and Chief
Operations Officer Jan Gaudio talks about the importance of volunteers
within the society with NAS Jax NMCRS volunteers Lisa Martinez (center)
and Beverly Langdon. Martinez and Langdon are both volunteer reception-
ists here.


and as a result, I am proud
to present a check in the
amount of $901,816 to the
Base MWR Director John
Bushick."
Next in line to receive a
check was NAS Jax NMCRS
2006 Fund Drive Coordin-
ator Capt. Joe McClain,


visited b-


By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
Executive Vice President and Chief
Operations Officer Jan Gaudio visited the
NAS Jax, NS Mayport and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.,
NMCRS offices last week to recognize the many vol-
unteers who dedicate their time and energy to help
those in need.
Last week was National Volunteer Appreciation
Week, so Gaudio came to the area to deliver a letter
of appreciation to the volunteers from NMCRS
President Steve Abbot and to introduce himself as
the newest member of NMCRS Headquarters.
"I came here because it's National Volunteer
Appreciation Week and I wanted to come and per-
sonally say 'thank you' for what you do. I think it's
important to recognize our volunteers. And, as the
newest member of the team, I wanted to come here
and meet people face-to-face, see the facilities and
talk with the active duty leadership to make sure
that we are meeting their needs and they see us a
valuable asset to them," said Gaudio, enthusiastical-
ly. "The society worldwide is basically run by about
3,400 volunteers. It would not exist without them."
Gaudio, a former commanding officer at NS
Mayport and a former commander of Navy Region


commodore, Sea Control
Wing, Atlantic. "Early this
month we held the first
NEX NMCRS Golf
Tournament and on behalf
of our employees, it gives me
great pleasure to present
you with a check in the
amount of $2,000,"


Hockenberry remarked.
He then called on Waters,
a fourth-grader at Cunning-
ham Creek Elementary
School and presented him
with a $2,000 check." Wa-
ters, the son of ADC
See NEX, Page 4


HQ executive
Southeast, retired from the Navy last year after 34
years of service and was hired last November by
NMCRS Headquarters to oversee the daily opera-
tions. "It was pretty natural fit to take this position
after spending 34 years in the Navy. I really wanted
to do something that I felt passionate about. This
opportunity just kind of fell into my lap," added
Gaudio.
"Navy Relief has been part of my life since I came
in the Navy. When we were a new family and lived
in Illinois, my wife, Christy, decided to volunteer as
a receptionist in Great Lakes. Within a couple of
months, I think she knew more about the Navy
than I did because it was such a great support
group for young spouses at the time and I think it
still is," he said.
As a former military leader, Gaudio says the tran-
sition has been easy and he hopes his management
experience will be beneficial to the society. "The soci-
ety is something very familiar to me. Obviously, I
had been on the receiving end of the society's servic-
es as a commanding officer and department head.
I've referred my own Sailors to NMCRS, so I guess
one of things I've brought to the society is a perspec-
tive of kind of being on the user side of the services,"
he continued. "I think I can help contribute to the
See NMCRS, Page 15


TOUCHING Birmingham Gate hours change the NAS Jax Security Department has made significant adjustments to
scheduling and asset distribution.
SFromNAS ax Security Department The most noticeable impact to the NAS Jacksonville community is a
change in the operating hours at the Birmingham Gate. Beginning May 15,
In an effort to reduce the need for Auxiliary Security Force personnel and the Birmingham Gate will be open from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
return Sailors to their commands where they can better serve the warfighter, Friday. It will remain closed on Saturdays, Sundays and federal holidays.
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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson (center) cuts the Navy Exchange
(NEX) 60th Anniversary cake April 26. Joining Dobson (from left) are: NEX Store Manager
John Wood, NEX General Manager Bill Hockenberry, NAS Jax Executive Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn and NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green.








2 lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 4, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


Pay attention to motorcycle safety don't be a knucklehead


By FLTCM(SS/SW)R.D.
West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
oo-yah, warriors!
Spring is in the air,
and for many, this
means opening up the
garage and dusting off
motorcycles and other recre-
ational vehicles. You can
:'already visualize zooming
down the road on last year's
:purchase ... the wind blow-
ing through your tank top
and hair. There's nothing
*greater than that on a
varm, sunny day, right?
-' Wrong! Sounds pretty
much like a one-way ticket
to the hospital or worse.
Sadly, we've see it too many
times when Sailors and
civilian employees start
their bikes for the first time
in months and think they're
at the same ability level as
last summer.
I've seen many accident
reports where personnel
didn't have the proper train-
ing, safety gear and some
common sense.
Just for the record, I sup-
a port and promote motorcy-
cle and all terrain vehicle
(ATV) use as much as the
next guy, but I support safe-
ty first, and I temper that
support by insisting the
requirements in


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
OPNAVINST 5100.12G are
lived up to in letter and
spirit.
That's the Navy instruc-
tion outlining all the
requirements military and
civilian personnel must
meet in order to ride their
vehicles on and off base. If
you need a copy, go to:
http://www.nps.navy.mil/safe
ty/PDFs/5100_12g.pdf and
read up because I bet a lot
of you didn't you know you
risk the possibility of losing
medical benefits if you don't
meet the instruction
requirements.
When I listen to our
Sailors talk about riding
bikes and I remember when
I owned one, it was fun. But
you have to ensure you are
safe. It has to be a priority.


So what are the rules?
They're pretty simple. First
and foremost get training.
Most motorcycles are fairly
high-performance vehicles,
and many people tell me
you need the reflexes of a
fighter pilot to keep some of
them under control.
The Navy offers the
motorcycle safety course vir-
tually everywhere, so take
the course. It's a require-
ment. The course will show
you the proper way to con-
trol all that power and per-
formance so you won't wind
up a statistic in one of the
Safety Center's reports.
Second, remember the
personal protective equip-
ment (PPE). You need to
wear it, folks. I know some
states don't have helmet
laws. I see personnel riding
around no helmets, shorts,
no shoes it's dumb.
We recently had a Sailor
killed riding in housing with
no helmet after hitting a
parked car. No-helmet laws
are no excuse or exemption.
You must wear PPE. If not
for yourself or a passenger,
then because it's a lawful
order.
Right out of the instruc-
tion, the following PPE is
mandatory while operating
or riding as a passenger on


a motorcycle:
A properly fastened
(under the chin) protective
helmet certified to meet U.S.
Department of
Transportation (DOT) stan-
dards. If the host nation
does not have an equivalent
helmet standard, the helmet
will meet the U.S. DOT
standard. Fake or novelty
helmets are prohibited.
Properly worn eye pro-
tective devices (impact or
shatter-resistant goggles or
full-face shield properly
attached to the helmet). A
windshield, fairing or eye-
glasses alone are not proper
eye protection.
Properly worn long-
sleeved shirt or jacket, long-
legged trousers and full-fin-
gered gloves or mittens
designed for use on a motor-
cycle.
Sturdy footwear is
mandatory. Leather boots or
over-the-ankle shoes are
strongly encouraged. No
flip-flops!
A brightly colored outer
upper garment during the
day and a reflective upper
garment during the night.
The outer upper garment
shall be clearly visible and
not covered. Your uniforms

See SAFETY, Page 5


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\ Job title/command:
NAS Jax Weapons
Department

Hometown: McAllen, Texas


Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: RTC Great Lakes, III.


Career Plans: To go to school and be happy
with my career.

Most Interesting Experience: Going
through boot camp.

Words of Wisdom: Never give up!

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''Job title/command:
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Hometown: North
Lauderdale, Fla.


Family Life: Married with a 4-year-old son
and 9-month-old daughter.

Past Duty Stations: None


Career Plans: To stay employed.

Most Interesting Experience: Training
elephants for several years at the Jacksonville
Zoo.

Words of Wisdom: Establish your priori-
ties and stick with them!


Training classes slated


mandatory hazardous waste coordinator training
--- Iv will be held May 9-11. The first two days are the
^A part of the 16-hour initial training and the last
. . . day is the eight-hour annual refresher class. The training
will be held in Hangar 1000 at the Aircraft Intermediate
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fl Ia e sPr i4' For more information, call Billie Brownfield at 542-349
or Ken Ward at 542-4283.


-- -- English as a second language
S-- From the Navy College Office


lorida Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) is
.- i offering classes to prepare students for college who
- -- JL speak English as a second language. These courses
Sa are designed to better prepare students to read, write, and
W- ,g - speak the English language. Preparation for classes
.- - includes mandatory testing to ensure students are placed
-- a - appropriately.
S- Class schedules will be determined based on student
-- - interest. FCCJ will offer two test dates on May 1 and May
S- 8 at 1 p.m. at Building 110. Students must reserve a seat
no later than 11 a.m. on the day of testing. Call 632-5020
for more information and to register.


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HEY MONEYMANI


.Hey, MoneyMan!
I keep seeing these arti-
,cles in the paper about pay-
,day loans, title loans, refund
qoans and other places that
say these companies target
land rip-off our military
service members. If they
charge these extremely high
interest rates and if these
&loan sharks are so bad, why
Doesn't someone put them
off limits? Is the military
doing anything to keep our
service members away from
'these places?
MoneyMan Sez:
: Sure seems easy, doesn't
it? If these places are out
there ripping-off our mili-
Itary members they should
be placed off limits.
'Unfortunately, it is not so
easy. If a state declared a
,lender to be operating with-
in the law, on what grounds
'could a commander place
that lender off-limits? What
'recourse would that lender
have and how about all of
'the other places out there
'that have not been placed
off limits? Would the mili-
!tary member be allowed to
go to another place that was
not yet on the off-limits list,
but essentially charging the
,same rates?


Right now there are more
payday lenders in American
than there are McDonalds
and Burger Kings combined.
Placing them all off limits
would be a challenge! What
is the military doing about
it? Recently the Chief of
Naval Operations released a
message to commanders
and commanding officers
about predatory lending
practices.
He noted that command-
ers and commanding offi-
cers must be concerned
about increasing numbers of
our Sailorsi and Marines
who are falling prey to
predatory lenders. He went
on to say, "This situation
demands intrusive leader-
ship. It is not enough to
merely verbalize the finan-
cial risk to your most vul-
nerable Sailors and
Marines.
Rather, your leadership
must be aware of each mem-
ber's general. financial
health and closely guide
those who need help. This
must be a sustained, long
term effort employing all
the financial assistance
available in our institu-
tions." He also noted that,
"This is a leadership issue


to ensure we are taking care
of our own."
Clearly the best way to
keep our military families
and others away from these
predatory lenders is to pro-
vide education, appropriate
legislation and regulations,
and to make sure viable
alternatives are available.
There are many alterna-
tives to predatory lenders
available including the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief


Society, credit unions and
banks.
The military is taking
action to make sure our
service members are
informed of these alterna-
tives. Now, it is the duty of
each service member to take
advantage of the options
available and take responsi-
bility for their own financial
readiness.
More questions? Contact Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


SUNjDAY 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
Wors hip
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9.45-10:45
a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JI AIRI NEws is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the Ji AiRi NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
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ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication Shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
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JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 4, 2006 3


Members of
the HS-11
"Dragonslay-
ers" will
spend the
next six
months on
deployment
on board USS
Enterprise.
Photo courtesy of HS- 11

HS-11 deploys aboard USS Enterprise


By Lt. j.g. Julie Dunnigan
HS-11 PAO
The "Dragonslayers" of HS-11 are
more prepared than ever to embark
on board USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
for their six-month deployment after
spending more than eight months partici-
pating in the Carrier Air Wing One workup
cycle.
They have experienced exceptional train-
ing while working side by side with the
"Checkmates" of VFA-211, "Knight Hawks"
of VFA-136 and "Screwtops" of VAW-123
from Oceana, Va., "T-Bolts" of VMFA-251
and "Sidewinders" of VFA-86 from
Beaufort, S.C., "Rooks" of VAW-137 from
Whidbey Island, Wash. and the "Maulers"
of VS-32 from NAS Jacksonville. The air
wing has achieved a superb level of readi-


ness under the leadership of Capt. Greg
Nosal.
Likewise, USS Enterprise, along with
Carrier Strike Group 12, is ready to be the
strongest force the nation can produce.
They are expected to operate with Second,
Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Fleet during their
time at sea. Many Dragonslayers will be
experiencing a Western Pacific deployment
for the first time, along with numerous
Sailors who will be experiencing their first
deployment.
The friends and families of all the
Sailors have been supporting them
throughout the riggers of training and the
many month-long evolutions away from
home. They realize members of HS-11 have
dedicated themselves to preserving the
freedoms all Americans enjoy.


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ATI(AW) AE1(AW)
Joseph Blalock Brian Rubottom


SK1 (AW)
Dan Rockwell


CNATTU Jax Sailors volunteer


for Individual Augmentation


Photo by PH3 Christopher Stephens
An SH-60 Seahawk helicopter assigned to HS-7 prepares to land on the flight deck aboard
Nimitz-class nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) April 20.
George Washington Carrier Strike Group is currently participating in Partnership of the
Americas, a maritime training and readiness deployment of the U.S. Naval Forces with
Caribbean and Latin American countries in support of the U.S. Southern Command objectives
for enhanced maritime security.

HS-7 on front lines in Caribbean


By ATI(AW/NAC) Christopher Cruce
CNATTU Jax
The Center for Naval Aviation Tech-
nical Training Unit (CNATTU)
Jacksonville personnel are doing
their part in supporting the global war on
terrorism. When CNATTU Jax recently
received Individual Augmentation mes-
sages, several of the unit's members volun-
teered to fill key positions in Iraq,
Afghanistan and Djibouti.


Those volunteering are: AE1(AW) Brian
Rubottom, AT1(AW) Joseph Blalock,
SK1(AW) Dan Rockwell, AS2(AW/SW)
Jerry Clay and SK2(AW) Wondra Riase.
These dedicated Sailors have volun-
teered for this challenging duty despite
their personal difficulties of leaving family,
friends and the luxury of shore duty in
Jacksonville. All of these volunteers have
split their shore duty tour to join this great
nation's tireless effort in the fight against
terrorism.


By Lt. Ashley Morgan
HS-7 PAO


HS-7 is currently assigned to Carrier
Air Wing (CAW) 17 which is
embarked on board USS George
Washington for a two-month deployment
referred to as the "Partnership of the
Americas."
The primary objective of this deployment
is to strengthen the relationship between
the U.S. and our Caribbean and Latin
American neighbors. To accomplish this
objective, volunteers were asked to partici-
pate in various community service projects
on the island of St. Maarten.
The "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 provided the
most volunteers from the entire George
Washington CAW-17 team. During a
recent port visit, more than 30 Sailors from
HS-7 volunteered to build a garden for a -
local orphanage as part of a community
relations effort.
The "I Can" Foundation, a local orphan-
age on the island, was started in 1996 by
Cassandra Gibbs. Gibbs took in an infant
who was left homeless after a hurricane
swept over the island in 1996.
She eventually began taking care of
other children whose parents were unable
to provide a home. Now the orphanage is a
well- known establishment amongst the


island community and has provided a
home for over twenty children.
On April 15, the orphanage underwent a
major renovation as Sailors from HS-7
arrived with tools in hand to transform a
rocky mountainside into a beautiful, multi-
level garden.
While some Sailors were landscaping the
garden, others spent time playing with the
children. "It was a great pleasure helping
the kids" said AN(AW) Agosto-Baez. "They
are our future and they will represent us
in one way or another. I know that our sup-
port will create a great impact in their
lives as it did to mine."
The garden will not only help feed the
children and workers but it will also be
used as a tool to help the children develop
skills for the future. When asked about her
experience with the children, PSSN
Stroughn replied, "We all had a great time.
It was an eye opener and something to
remember."
In the end, the project was a success. The
job may be finished, but the impact on the
children and the community of St. Maarten
will last for years to come.


Navy spells out policy on tattoos, body art, piercing


ByJOCS(SW/AW) Bill
Houlihan
Navy Personnel Command
Communications


C hief of Navy
Personnel Vice Adm.
John Harvey Jr.
released a message April 21
clarifying the Navy's regula-
tions regarding tattoos, body
art and/or mutilations and
dental ornamentation.
The message underscores
Navy policythat already
prohibits any body art
deemed prejudicial to good
order, discipline and morale
or of a nature to bring dis-
credit upon the naval serv-
ice.
Navy policy stipulates
that any tattoo/body
art/brand that is obscene,
sexually explicit or advo-
cates discrimination of any
sort is prohibited. Admin-
istrative separation could
result for personnel disre-
garding this guidance.


Four criteria have been
issued to commanders to
assist them in determining
whether a tattoo, body art or
brand should be permitted:
content, location, size and
whether the item is
required for cosmetic pur-
poses.
"It is important to clarify
our policy to ensure every-
one understands the crite-
ria," said Talbot.
Location is as important
as the content of the tattoo.
Tattoos/body art/brands can-
not be visible through the
white uniform and cannot
be on the head, face, neck or
scalp regions. Items on the
lower arm can be no larger
than the wearer's hand, fin-
gers closed.
The message also points
out Navy policy restricting
intentional mutilation of
any sort.-This is defined as
radical alteration of the
body, head, face or skin for
the purpose of an abnormal


appearance.
Dental ornamentation -
the use of gold, platinum or
other veneers or caps for
decorative purposes is also
prohibited.
Local commanders will
consider waivers for pre-
existing conditions on a
case-by-case basis. They
have discretion to determine
whether removal is
required, but items may be
waived if they are not preju-
dicial to good order, disci-
pline and morale.
Even if body art/tattoos/
branding/mutilation
occurred prior to the Navy's
original guidance released
in January 2003, command-
ers still have the option to
recommend separation if
medical authorities deter-
mine removal is not feasible.
Amplification on this poli-
cy, waiver applications and
waiver eligibility can be
found in NavAdmin 110/06.


NEX: Still going strong after

60 years of service to military FOR
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The cake-cutting ceremony concluded the ceremony.
Afterward, Navy Band Southeast Brass Quartet serenaded
the participants as they enjoyed a walk down memory lane
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By]O2(SW) Bill Lamed
FACSFAC Jax PAO
he Navy may invest billions in fleets
of ships and aircraft, but Sailors will
always remain the organization's
most valuable contributors.
OSCS(SW) Jimmie Carter is one service-
member the Navy has invested in and
entrusted to lead Sailors as a selectee of the
new Command Senior Chief program.
While working as the division officer for
Bristol Department and the command
career counselor for Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Center Jax, Carter learned in
late February that he was one of 13 people
in the entire Navy chosen for the program.
Command senior chiefs fill a three-year
billet and also take charge as the 3M coordi-
nator. Training involves attending classes at
the Senior Enlisted Academy in Newport,
R.I. and 3M Coordinator school.
According to the Navy Admin outlining the
program, a command senior chief is respon-
sible for maintaining the highest standards
of professionalism and stimulating better
communication at all levels. They also rep-
resent Navy family concerns.
Carter, pleased with his acceptance,
remembers the day he was notified. "The
commanding officer and the command mas-
ter chief (CMC) asked to speak. They wore
grave looks on their faces and said message
traffic handling was not up to snuff. They


handed me a piece of message traffic to read
and I found my name on the list of
selectees," he said enthusiastically.
Once the Bureau of Naval Personnel
decides when to send Carter, he'll report to
USS Crew Conflict, a mine counter-meas-
ures ship homeported in Ingleside, Texas.
Carter's assignment to the ship will be his
sixth sea tour in 19 years of service.
Mine countermeasure ships do not carry
billets for CMC's. Until now, the senior
enlisted person aboard embraced CMC
responsibilities as a collateral duty.
Command senior chiefs will relieve the sen-
ior enlisted Sailor to carry out his or her
main duties on mine counter-measure and
littoral combat ships.
"We expect the Command Senior Chief
program to provide senior enlisted leader-
ship educated to lead our Sailors in con-
fronting the unpredictable, anticipating the
impossible and in planning for the unimag-
inable," said Master Chief Petty Officer of
the Navy MCPON(SS/AW) Terry Scott in a
an article posted at www.military. com.
The Navy is currently considering other
platforms for the Command Senior Chief
program. Until an individual instruction is
created, senior chiefs interested in applying
should consult OPNAVINST 1306.2D, used
for the Command Master Chief program, for
guidance in preparing applications. While
working as a command senior chief,
selectees will not work within their rate.


SAFETY: Make sure you follow the rules


From Page 2


don't meet these criteria.
To get more information
about training, what not to
do, and what kind of PPE
you should have, check out
the Safety Center's motorcy-
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http://safetycenter.navy.mil/
ashore/motorvehicle/motor-
cycle/default.htm.
Additionally, the Safety
Center has lots of good
information on summer
safety.
The last thing we need to
talk about is speed.
Motorcycles and cars speed-
ing down to road have only
one difference: you're less
likely to be killed in the car.
Just because your bike
can hit 160 mph doesn't


mean you should drive it
that fast. Motorcycles may
be more maneuverable, but
can you really anticipate
what the driver ahead of
you is going to do?
Especially if you're going 40,
50, 60 feet per second? If
you said, "yes," then you
need to go back to the safety
course., 'cause it didn't sink


in the first time around.
Shipmates, I don't want to
sound preachy, but the cold,
hard facts are we lose too
many good people to motor-
cycle and vehicle accidents
due to improper or no train-
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Sailors assigned to the Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville and Habitat for Humanity coordinators gather outside the home they helped build for future homeowner Maliza Wilson
(front, center).


NOSC Sailors


give back through


Habitat for Humanity


Byj0O2(SW)
Sunday Williams
Navy Operational
Support Center Jacksonville
Navy Operational
Support Center
(NOSC) Jackson-
ville Sailors changed their
everyday routine April 10
to team up with Clay Coun-
ty Habitat for Humanity.
The Sailors got together


in Green Cove Springs to
help Maliza Wilson work on
what will soon be her new
home. Wilson, a single
mother of three, was over-
joyed with the turnout from
NOSC and grateful for the
support.
"This is my first home
and I am so honored that
these Sailors have taken
the time to come out and
help," said Wilson.


She said her children are
very excited as well. Her
13-year-old daughter,
Na'Keisha Gibbs, 12-year-
old son, Floyd Gibbs, and 8-
year-old daughter, Tyeisha
Gibbs will all have their
own bedrooms and a place
to call home.
"We live in a small apart-
ment right now and the
girls have to share a room,"
said Wilson. "It will be a


nice change for them to
have space and privacy."
Sailors from NOSC were
excited to help and all had
their own reasons for par-
ticipating.
"This is just such a great
opportunity to help some-
one own their own home,"
said PSC Deana Bess.
BM3 Shannon Pitt said
she enjoyed being able to
work hands on with the
homeowner.
"It is so fulfilling to be
able to help this family and
work with them to better
their lives," added Pitt.
All of the Sailors brought
something different to the


project and those that did
not have experience,
learned.
According to Frank Wheel-
er, the site/construction su-
pervisor for Clay County
Habitat for Humanity, he
was more lead to participate
in the program rather than
choosing to.
"Something about the
project just pulled me into
it, it is more like it chose
me," said Wheeler. "I really
enjoy it and it means a lot
in many ways."
Wheeler, along with his
wife and three girls, recent-
ly qualified for one of the
new homes as well. Wheel-


er explained that his new,
home just makes him all the
more proud of what he does.
"This program allowed
my family to afford a new
home and we are thankful,"
said Wheeler. "Now every:
job I do has a little extra
because IPreally feel like I
am giving back."
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity started in 1977,
but was not actually known
as a Habitat affiliate until
1987. Since their beginning
they have built 100 homes.
Jerry Kemp, vice presid-

See NOSC, Page 7


J02 Sunday Williams carefully uses a roller to paint walls in the new home.


A group of Sailors assigned to the Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville prepare to
install pre-assembled doors.


PS3 Dawn Stewart, assigned to the Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville, paints a
wall during a recent Habitat for Humanity volunteer effort to help build houses for low-
income families.







lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 4, 2006 7


HM1 Nathan Walden carefully measures and saws a baseboard to trim the inside of the home.


Photos by PH2 (AW/SW)
Andrea Simmons


NOSC: 'Navy makes up

majority of our volunteer base'


From Page 6

ent of the Executive Board for Clay County's
Habitat for Humanity explained the process by
which someone is selected to qualify for a home.
"The selection process is based mostly upon
family need and income," said Kemp.
Kemp said that applicants must go through a
screening process that includes an interview
with the family housing committee. Families
may be on a waiting list for about 1 year.
According to Kemp it takes about 4,400 man-
hours to complete one home and the Navy pro-
vides many of those hours.
"We have many volunteers that come out to
help us, but the Navy makes up the majority of
our volunteer base," said Kemp." "We are so
thankful for our military because they bring so
much experience and motivation to the project."
Kemp said the volunteers are not the only ones
putting in the hours for the home; the homeown-
er is required to put in some labor as well.
"We ask the homeowner to put in 300 hours on
site if they are single and 500 hours for couples,"
said Kemp. "This allows them to give back as
well as really feel like it's their home."
In addition to the labor the homeowner must
put down a $1,000 dollar down payment. The
down payment will still go towards the home, in
fact according to Frank Wheeler; the money is
used to purchase extras for the home. Wheeler
said he and his wife used their money to buy
light fixtures for their home.
Habitat for Humanity is making progress in
many ways according to Kemp. He said the
Board of County Commissions will hold a meet-
ing this month to look at making homes avail-
able to the workforce in addition to low income
families. This will allow police officers, firefight-
ers, military and teachers to also qualify for
Habitat for Humanity homes. Kemp said he
hopes to see the meeting turn out positively for
the workforce families.
The homes built appraise at around $150,000,


Cmdr. Jeffery Eaton carefully measures a baseboard
before cutting it.
but will only cost the homeowner around
$75,000. Kemp- said the great thing about the
price is there is no interest in Clay County for
these homes; so all payments go to principal.
Kemp said the program does what it sets out to
do and that is making a difference.
"It's a way of giving back and helping people
who are in a bad situation and making it better,
there is no better feeling than that," said Kemp.
For more information about Clay County Habitat for
Humanity or how to volunteer, call 282-7590.


Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville Commanding Officer Cmdr. Jeffery
Eaton saws a baseboard while AM2 Aaron Sieg watches. Twenty-seven members
of the command volunteered to help Habitat for Humanity in Clay County April
10.


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PSC Deana Bess fills in the cracks and holes of a door frame
in one of the bedrooms of the new home.


AE1 James Colletti and QMC James Ortiz work as a team to
install door frames.


AE1 James Colletti reaches high to paint the trim on the
inside of the new home.


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PSSN Quan Hancock organizes a Habitat for Humanity supply trailer while vol-
unteering for the organization.


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8 Jl Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 4, 2006


CDC observes appreciation day


From the NAS ax Child
Development Center
May 12 is National
Provider/Caregiver
Appreciation Day.
Childcare organizations
nationwide are joining
together to declare and cele-
brate this special day.
Locally, the NAS Jax
Child Development Center
(CDC), Child Development
Home (CDH) Program and
School Age Care Program
will be leading this effort.
Several types of recognition
and appreciation are being
planned for the caregivers,
providers and teachers of
these organizations.
National efforts are,
underway to ask childcare
organizations, public offi-
cials and parents to honor
their childcare providers for
their hard work and dedica-
tion to our children.
It is estimated that of the
21 million children under
age 6 in America, 13 million
are in childcare at least part
time. An additional 24 mil-
lion school-age children are
in some form of childcare
outside of school time.
By call attention, to the
importance of high quality
childcare services for all
children and families, these
groups hope to improve the
quality and availability of
such services.
In recent years, local gov-
ernments across the country
have joined many governors
in proclaiming this day of
recognition. NAS Jackson-
ville's Commanding Officer

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OB classes offered
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-11:30 a.m.
May 5, 12, 19 .
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May 8, 15,22
Classes are by appoint-
ment only. Please call 542-
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Garden plots open


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


Capt. Chip Dobson has
declared May 12, 2006 as
Childcare Provider Appre-
ciation Day aboard NAS Jax
and is urging all citizens to
recognize childcare prov-
iders, caregivers and recre-
ation aides for their impor-
tant work.
The NAS Jax CDC is
encouraging parents with
children in childcare to take
this day to show their child-
.care provider how much
they appreciate them. It
takes a special person to
work in this field and these

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individuals are often unrec-
ognized and under-appreci-
ated.
Parents of children en-
rolled at the CDC are asked
to take a few minutes of
their time to fill out an
"Appreciation Apple" for a
special Caregiver Apprecia-
tion Tree located in the
front lobby.
For more information
about the CDC or CDH
Program, call 542-5434. For
information about the
School Age Care Program,
call 778-9772.


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Education Fair provides


Sailors with opportunities
ByjOl Mike England 4
Assistant Editor ;,


he NAS Jacksonville
Navy College Office
held an Education
Fair April 25 at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club.
The fair brought colleges
and universities together at
a central location and gave
service members and their
families a chance.to learn
more about the educational
opportunities available at
NAS Jax. The educational
institutions offered pro-
gram information, accepted
applications and conducted
interviews.
"This is a great opportu-
nity to meet different
schools and learn about a
variety of programs in one
forum," said Diane Argo, an
education services special-
ist at the NAS Jax Navy
College Office.
Argo also said that all of
the schools located on NAS
Jax participated in the edu-
cation fair.
"People are getting the
chance to learn about the
Navy's rating relevant pro-
grams. It broadens their
horizons as to what kinds
of programs are out there,"
Argo stated.
According to Joe Snow-
berger, a community rela-
tions coordinator for
Columbia College, many
service members don't real-
ize what's out there or how
much they stand to gain by
getting their degree.
"Too many veterans don't
realize the value of college
education," Snowberger
said. "They need to realize
that they are selling them-
gelves short by not taking
advantage of all of the
opportunities afforded
them."
Many NAS Jax Sailors
and family members
attended the education fair
hoping to find ways to bet-


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(From left) Navy College Education Counselor Diane Argo
and Navy College Director Jeannie Fleming talk to SK2(AW)
Christina Nelson of the NAS Jax Supply Department about
the educational opportunities available to her during the NAS
Jacksonville Education Fair April 25 at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club.



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Columbia College Community Relations Coordinator Joe
Snowberger explains the value of a bachelor's degree to
PR2(SW/AW/NAC/DV/PJ) Matthew Mitchell of VP-30, the
during the NAS Jacksonville Education Fair.


ter themselves through
education. VP-5 Sailor
IS1(AW/SW) Kim Danner
liked the fact that so many
schools were in the same
room. "It's great that Navy
College is here to keep the
troops informed of the edu-
cational opportunities they
have while in the service,"
Danner said. "This educa-
tion fair will make my
school search a whole lot
easier."
NAS Jax Supply Depart-
ment Leading Chief Petty
Officer SKCM(SW) Raffy
Delacruz attended the fair


so that he could keep his
Sailors informed about
what's out there. "This is a
great opportunity for me to
keep my Sailors up to date
on what the Navy has to
offer them," Delacruz stat-
ed. "I hope that this fair can
give my Sailors an appreci-
ation qf what they can do
on shore duty. Every Sailor
should get their degree
before they get out."
For more information on
education programs avail-
able at NAS Jax, contact
the Navy College Office at
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American Voices Military
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dren's educational opera
performance of Hansel &
Gretel at Venetia Elemen-
tary School May 12 at 1:45
p.m. and an Opera Extra-
vaganza Dinner Show May
12 at 6 p.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club.
These are two separate
performances with two dif-
ferent types of customers in
mind.
The children's educa-
tional opera performance is
a journey with Hansel and
Gretel to the Black Forest of
Germany, where they learn
that love and trust for each
other can empower them to
overcome even the most
intimidating obstacles.
A 40-minute, fully staged
adaptation of the classic
Humperdinck opera per-
formed by four singing-
actors, a pianist and 14 stu-
dents from Venetia Ele-
mentary who are integrat-
ed into the performance.
The Opera Extravagan-
za! Dinner Show is an excit-
ing, full-featured program,
highlighting great classics
from opera, operetta, and
Broadway. Performed by
Orlando Opera's Resident
Artists accompanied by
piano, the program features
a masquerade theme,
replete with formal ele-
gance, gorgeous costumes,


Photo courtesy of the Orlando Opera Resident Artist Program
Members of the Orlando
Opera and the National
Endowment for the Arts as
part of the Great American
Voices Military Base tour will
offer a performance of
Hansel & Gretel at Venetia
Elementary School May 12 at
1:45 p.m. The members will
also perform at the Opera
Extravaganza! Dinner Show
that evening at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club.
and several endearing vocal
musical selections.
Selections range from
"Masquerade" from .The
Phantom of the Opera, to
the finale of The Barber of
Seville. Opera Extravagan-
za! brings the power and
passion of opera to those
who live outside Central
Florida or who may other-
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HURREX:
From Page 1

One of the simulated
storms is threatening
Northeast Florida and NAS
Jax, forcing the command to
stand up its emergency
operations center (EOC) and
implement its disaster pre-
paredness plan.
DCCS(SW) Matthew Me-
lott, NAS Jax's disaster pre-
paredness officer, is the man
responsible for putting that
plan into action. It's his job
to run the EOC and its four
sections comprised of plan-
ning, operations, logistics
and finance so the com-
manding officer has the
tools and information he
needs to make the right
decisions.
Melott says the HURREX
is a valuable training tool
for everyone at NAS Jax
because it allows the station
to cycle through the hurri-
cane conditions.
"We're testing our plans,
ensuring that all of our
equipment and procedures
are in compliance with
Navy regulations and prac-
ticing a new mustering tech-
nique," Melott stated.
"Everyone participates by
mustering when we set
Hurricane Condition 1.
Commands need to work on
mustering and knowing
where their people are
regardless of whether they
are civilians or Sailors," he
added.
For shore facilities, five
hurricane conditions exist
forecasting the approximate
time to the onset of winds
greater than 50 knots:
Condition 5 the possibility
of a system-onset exists (set
throughout hurricane sea-
son), Condition 4 72 hours,
Condition 3 48 hours,
Condition 2 24 hours and
Condition 1 12 hours.
For ships, three sortie con-
ditions (A, B and C) exist.


Preparing for the worst case scenario
Because the risk of damage greater role in NAS Jax's back to work and make sure
is greater when ships disaster prevention efforts the base can do its part in
remain tied to the pier, it's after the station's local our national defense," Hall
much safer for them to ride weather facility, Naval stated.
out the storm at sea. Atlantic Meteorology and Despite all the attention
Aircraft are also relocated to Oceanography Facility that's being given to prepar-
pre-designated alternate (NLMOF) Jacksonville clos- ing the base for the perfect
sites. However, military air- es June 2. storm, base officials ask
craft and ships in port have The impending closure of that NAS Jax's Sailors and
not been evacuating for this NLMOF is only one in a civilians not neglect their
exercise. series of changes designed own personal hurricane
"This drill is primarily to streamline the Navy's cri- plan.
meant for crisis manage- sis management procedures. "It's critically important
ment teams and base lead- At NAS Jax, the station's that everyone make individ-
ers, so no one will see fire crisis managers are taking ual preparation a high pri-
trucks and police vehicles steps to improve their ority," said NAS Jax
racing down the road with response. Commanding Officer Capt.
their lights flashing and "We've looked at the prob- Chip Dobson.
sirens blaring," Melott said. lems we and other bases in "No amount of prepara-
Naval Atlantic Meteor- the region experienced last tion from the federal, state
ology and Oceanography year and have made efforts and local governments can
Command (NLMOC) Nor- to address the shortfalls," completely take care of a
folk is originating the exer- said Hall "We now have the family's needs. Preparation
cise tropical cyclone warn- 1-800-849-6024 number for from every household can
ing messages as well as evacuees to call to get infor- go a long way. Augmenting
divert recommendations to mation and. a long-range government support with
ships underway and threat- plan to get essential mis- basic supplies is very
ened by exercise tropical sions and operational sup- important. Every household
cyclones, port structures up and run- needs to come up with dis-
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Rockin 'the house


COMMUNITY

CALENDAR

The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Disabled American
- Veterans Chapter 38 meet-
ings are held the second
Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has
service officers: available
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 1-4 p.m. to help with
claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call 269-
2945. The chapter will also hold
a poker run Saturday. All pro-
ceeds will go to the Veterans
Hospital Relief Fund. Registra-
tion from 10 a.m. -12 p.m at
Judy's Pub on San Juan. For
more information, call 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired
Department of Defense civilians.
For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@
njyc.org.
The National Naval Offi-
cers Association holds its
monthly meeting on the fourth
Thursday each month at 5:30
p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or contact
Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.n
avy.mil.
Several youth fishing der-
bies will be held throughout the
city of Jacksonville. The follow-
ing are the days, times and loca-
tions: Saturday, 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. The derbies are
free for children under 13. For
more information, call 573-4918.


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U.S. Navy Photo
Members of Navy Band Southeast perform a song for stu-
dents and staff at Woodland High School in Cartersville,
Ga., to help celebrate Navy Week Festivities April 24.
Twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities
throughout the United States, arranged by the Navy
Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO).

family's circumstances and for a hurricane, contact the
needs," Dobson concluded. NAS Jax Disaster Pre-
For more information on paredness Office at 542-
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M"R Planner
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King and His Court coming to NAS Jax!
King and His Court vs. Jax All Star Team
May 10 at 7 p.m.
McCaffrey Softball Complex
Autograph session immediately following the game.
Open to all hands!
Call 542-3239 for more information.


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

Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all classroom materials and use of marina
motorboats
July 22-23

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!
Win cash!

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 L.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:


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Free food, games and prizes!


Photo by Deridre Odom
DTCS Wanda Archer of the Navy Medical Support Command
Jacksonville, reads a book to a group of preschoolers at the
NAS Jax Child Development Center April 27. Archer is a vol-
unteer with Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton's "Rally
Jacksonville," created in 2004 as part of the mayor's literacy
initiative a plan to get every pre-kindergarten living in
Duval County ready to read.
Adventure Island, Tampa $30 (adults) $28.40 (ages 3-9)
Disney's Blizzard Beach, Orlando $33.30 (Adults) $28.25
(ages 3-9)
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon, Orlando $33.30 (Adults) $28.25
(ages 3-9)
Wet 'n Wild, Orlando $25.75 (adults) $21.75 (ages 3-9)
Adventure Landing, Jacksonville Beach $18
(ages three and over)
Summer Waves Water Park, Jekyll Island, Ga.
$14 (general admission), $12 (under 49 inches)

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
July 7 and Aug. 10.


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Last Holiday (PG-13)
May 12, 7 p.m. Casanova (R)
May 13, 5 p.m. Chicken Little (G)
May 13, 7 p.m. Memoirs of a Geisha (PG-13)
May 19, 7 p.m. King Kong (PG-13)


For more information on the golf course, please call 542-
3249. For Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
May 9 and 23 for active duty.
May 11 and 25 for retirees and Department of Defense
personnel.

Mulligan's Cinco de Mayo Farewell Bash
Tomorrow
Happy Hour 4 p.m.
Live Band 5 p.m. 10 p.m.
Complimentary food and drink specials! Door prizes!


For more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772.
Teen Employment Program
Spend the summer having fun and gaining work experi-
ence!


20, June 11,


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.

NAS Jacksonville Commissary Tours
Every Tuesday in May at 5 p.m.
Free food!

Paintball Trip
May 6
$20, includes paint, lunch and transportation.

Jacksonville Sun's Baseball Game
May 9
Free
Limited Seating!

Beach Blast Barracks Bash


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team which is already a
strong team."
As the executive vice pres-
ident and chief operations
officer, Gaudio is responsible
for ensuring the society's
policies are adhered to,
reviewing appeals of those
service members whose
cases have been denied and
overseeing the training, vol-
unteer, visiting nurse and
education programs.
"When I first arrived, my
initial observation of this job
was the complexity of the
cases that we see. This has
really surprised me. They
aren't simple. Many times
the financial assistance peo-
ple require is significant
because they waited too long
to come to us," he continued.
While the society is
designed to assist military
members and their families
with basic necessities during
financial crises and emer-
gencies by offering interest-
free loans and grants, case-
workers are seeing other sit-
uations that sent military
members asking for help.
"We see a lot of cases
where our military members
are getting involved in
predatory lending scams.
They finally come to us
when they have nowhere
else to go," remarked
Gaudio. "The society has
clearly taken a lead to raise
awareness at the federal,
state and local levels of
those practices. We strongly
believe that those organiza-
tions target our military
families particularly and
when they are vulnerable."
"We are pushing very hard
for legislation at the federal
state and local levels that
regulates these kind of
predatory lending practices.
The laws are very vague in
some cases. Most usury laws
are controlled by the state.
The state will license an
organization and still allow
it to operate in another state
that has very loose laws. So
we are pushing to have the
states where you do the
business, control the way


you do business," he contin-
ued.
"We also think there
should be some federal regu-
lation that targets the mili-
tary. We have the
Soldier/Sailor Relief Act so
there is some legislation in
place that with some minor
modification would protect
our uniformed military
members and their families."
"We are also pushing the
awareness aspect of these
practices and are trying to
get the reputable lending
institutions to offer an alter-
native like a short term loan
at a reasonable interest rate.
We are recommending they
tie in some kind of financial
counseling when they offer
these loans," said Gaudio.
The society has also
played a tremendous role in
combat casualty cases
recently. "This has been a big
program for us and one of
our most important. This
program brings families to
the injured military mem-
bers bedside to help in their
recuperation process,"
Gaudio stated. "And, when
military members die, we
get their family members to
memorial services wherev-
er they need to be."
Throughout the society's
100 years, it has continuous-
ly changed its policies to
adapt to today's service
members needs. This year's
slogan for the society is
"Ready to Respond Around
the World."
"I think one of the real
strengths of the society, is
that it's incredibly flexible. It


has changed as the needs of
the service members have
changed. The organization
started out helping widows
and orphan children. Today,
it covers such a broad level
of services from immediate
financial relief during
Hurricanes Katrina and
Rita to helping the families
of our forward deployed
Sailors and Marines," he
stressed.
And, probably one of the
most unique aspects of
NMCRS is that it is com-
pletely run by donations.
"When you donate to the
society all the money goes
right back to the Sailors and
Marines. During WWII, the
society received a large
donation that has been
invested and the operations
of the organization are fund-
ed by the interest rates of
that endowment," added
Gaudio.
"So all the money raised
during the annual NMCRS
fund drive is turned around
and given to those military
members in need. The
money is completely recy-
cled. When the money is
paid back, it's reused for
another case," he said.
This concept has worked
for more than 100 years and
will continue as long as the
donations come in and there
are families in need. "I am so
thrilled to be part of this
organization. I hope I can
help continue to refine our
services to make them more
kindly, more efficient and
allow us to better care for
our clients," said Gaudio.


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


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.
Basketball leagues
starting soon
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.
Flag football
meeting planned
A Captain's Cup Flag Football
meeting will be held June 7 at
11:30 a.m. in the Building 850
Conference Room. The league
is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, command Department of
Defense personnel and selec-
tive reservists. Commands hav-
ing their athletic officer or desig-
nated 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.
Navy Southeast
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and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners.
Represent U.S. Navy in 5K,
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triathlons? The U.S. Navy will
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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
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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-
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base athletic director.
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Women 24:00
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Women 46:00
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For more information about
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Bill Bonser, sports coordinator.
at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit
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2@ $5Oea.645-7779 race, color, religionC Air Base. Ready to 3/2,1600SF+ Over.Acre 200acres Ranch with
sex. handicap, familial 6 move in. Reduced to and a Half. Won't last! Sawmill, cattle. new
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includes children under Atlantic 3BR.'2BA, Laurie M. Potter market, 3/2,1650 sq. ft. 2 car BCH 3/2 Nice n'hood, #dgw906/609-638-2090 Stainless Steel Appn H34m+/-.acres 257 ac In
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221-1711 OR 241-5501 FSBO/PVB, MUST SEE! i al Diningroom Financing, Won't Las 17 ac in Beaver Ponds
'210 Estate Sales and people securing Formal Living rm Buying, Selling or Updtd 2/1.5 TH, gar new table $1500. 5'x7' -CTown Creek52.000/acre
Public Sales custody of children 55ll CALL JOHN291716 2.5 moffrontage on
under 18. and dining roomOloenHose, 3/2 comm pool, cony. Oriental rug $85. CallWaler Land & Timber
This newspaper will Fenced Corner Lot. refinancing? Contact 1700sf s lit plan oc. $218K. 904 509-.1176 249-1666Nice Doublewide 3/2 LLC M<478) 232-T0624
not knowingly acc5 0 e oan wyorol .00 NSE FR SALE ATLBC H. yprgw/poo.Too ny9 dtd furn'd in small family 0(478) 552-6610
200 Ancons ainy advertising for rea 250.000L any of your upgrades to list E aFORSALECATL.BCH, 2+boandingptd ark. Convenient to
2 Aesyate which is in vio- 904)448-9330 x225 financing needs, including Greatlocation! 1543 1861 Beach Side Ct. 3/2, 262+bonus. 2stry$135K. beach, medical, shop'
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AUCTION informed that ae l BookbinderV om654-4796ew/questions. desac $649,000. Call New Log Cabin Shells
conventional loans. 249-2268 or 651-9081 ORANGE PARK Portside MH Park 199,8 Land Sale 1.7 AC Parcels
PROPERTY 4.7+ AC this newspaper are RENT 2 OWN OR BUYGrand Manore Dou-
th1;:wil a peon areu RE'MAXAtlantic W/owner help. $725mo. LOOK NOWI Waterfront 2/2, poolside,$127,900. Million $$ Views!!
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performanceauction.com n u m b e r a t $1000 to start not a lease 5613-2SanJose Blvd. HOME LOANS 1275sf, 2 car gar, fncd Town/State SELLING YOUR MOBILE TENNESSEE HORSE FARM
__-_0_-6__-9_77._The purchase 904-652-6627 Jacksonville, FL32207 bkyd, come and look NEPTUNE BCH tri plex, 2 HOME? TOP CASHH! 200+/- acres. Fescue &
1-800-669-9777. Theh,022405 o a165.5k 754-235-5448 lots, 4/3, CH/A, window Old or New or Assume woods. spring fed
210 EstateoSales nt oretenea64n.ol$1.45M,'t Ca GATEWlAYMOUNTAIN,NC Loan. Call 730-8606 nds & creeks.gated
number fore n046 Edgefield r. 70-131 appts only. A swift stream enhances 00+secluded 5100sf
1-80i0-927-92 i;R TEthe natural beauty of OCEANWAY VILLAGE MH home overlooks pond &
..PRICEDTO SELL AT $33Kthis heavily wooded PARK New S/W and creek. will divide.
B. Langstn PortePasets re,,.lr,,,,, 2,, 1 1502 4th Ave N. Jax Bch 5.63 acre, Fawn Ridge D/W We Finance 5% ABC Discount
2 Bla 'st forr the Past ,-,.,nr ,nan.-e 5 remodeled 4/2 full home site-$96K. Call down, free Washer & Realty Group
1920 -1940kitchen, DR w/gas frpl, owner 800-521-6788 or Dryer w/ purchase. Tullahoma;TN.ToUl free
lassware, chinaJoJer, f, .. 3 Lg FR w/wood burning gatewaVmountain.com Call Jane 696-2550 866-455-9345
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tools, FULL! 5134 Park John Re,--LTOR_-25 "orIl screen porch J3cudz.
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www.blangston.com Na \i'clern. e. w/3 vear rcJiJ _icrsi,. AIIBrandnew4 2.,600sf cornerIto: 5,,495,aa
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246 CamdenCo., 229-386-0692 First ,,e h'i2.5ba er.uWon't h -6 cell: 629-8496
Am avail outside c....mil,.. Ei,;. BY EDWARD WATERS Motivated Seller. Won't
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ceilings, tile, F d1 .6tAcre Lot $80,000
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throughout. Motivated 294 Amelia Island SUNDAY 1PM-4PM N. CREEK TREASURE! "Drive On"
outly.ingsa1 ,upgraded Fairway II, Orange Park/ 9735 St. Augustine Rd. Suite #11 Jacksonville, FL 32257
ou9ylng1 34K, Waterfront Townhorne With Dock On Fishing Creek OffThc Ortega Rivcr 4/3. sgi storV. 2400sf. 335 _lay
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prival con- see this 2 story townhome on a wooded lot. Water access to St. Johns River ', mined 719 56133al-
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380 Properties 4 Unfurnished

1531 LOGAN ST 3br/lba, RIVERSIDE 3/3 $695 ch&a
1000sf htd Wd frame, 1350SF, Gas, Fplc, WD Hu
Asking 23,500 Drive by Kitchen Equip, Near 5Pts.
then call 813-244-6245 VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SAN MARCO Studio,
+ sec. dep. and utilities.
386-931-7461
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bD1 U1 & 2 BR Special!
PAntCALL 398 -9492
A .. ..: WESTSIDE 2BR DUPLEX
FENCED YD, NO WD HOOKUP,
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REF REQUIRED $595 778& 2897
SRehab Draw Up Front
N* O Pre- Pay Penalties WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&A,
*NoJunkFees dishwasher, W/D
S36- Hur Closings hookup. $625mo. + I mo
Highest LTV dep. no dogs 573-2024
100% Financing 2br large kitchen
ch&a, $600 /mo. incI
water avail 614-7294

904.737.0144 410 Condominiums
wwwacafla.om 9A/ GATE -3/2, $1095mo.
ag priv gated, pool, gym,
L r 04 scrn lanai, 651-2232
ARLINGTON The Oaks,
I'll buy your house, make your 3/25 1429 f, w/d, tile,
payments, do repairs, close wd firs, fen yrd, pets ok
quickly any area, any price, $950 (pm) 904 318.0357
any condition. $950. (5pm) 904-318-0357
904-384-4677 ARL New condos nr U/
www.weselliaxrealestate.com UNF, First mo $800,
$1200 dep, then
385 Miscellaneous $1200mo. 502 2832
__^_^__ ~BAYMEADOWS/ 9A, 3/2,
F/dOPRECLOSUR $1400sf, all applies WD,
FORECLOSURE! no pets. $1100mo + dep
6bed/3bath. Only avail immed 735-5388
$14,0001 For Listings
800-749-8124 x8987 BRAND NEW 3/2, 2nd fir,
pool view, amenities incl
N'SIDE FORECLOSURE GREAT loc. $975m+sec.
3bed/2bath, $19,700! Call AJ 1 866-748-0937
For Listings
800-749-8124 x1002 Fleming Is.
Plantation Condo-
RaEIae 4 1835sf, 3/2.5,
390 Real Estate B- garage. For
3 Wanted rent/Iease-gated
__________ ~community "A" rated
.schools, pools golf,
ANGELO BUYS tennis, volleyball,
0 mHOUSES CAS June 1, $1250/mo,
Any cond, handyman, cell: 904-803-4287
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or o Grand Reserve,
occupied, ANYWHERE, / 2BR/2BA, Hodges
ANY CONDITION... I near JTB, 1200+sf,
Apts/comm'l/residential pool, gym, other
NO DEAL TOO BIG or amenities, W/D furn
TOO SMALL !!! inc. $950mo
Quick closings or (305)240-0003
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253 HODGES near JTB-
5253 2/2 condo, grand
AVOID FORECLOSURES lI reserve, 1200 +sf,
AVOID FORECLOSURES pool, gym, other
WEBUYHOUSES amenities, w/d/fum
CASH OR TERMS ncl, $950/mo,
904-807-8837 30o 240 50003
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payments, do repairs, close 2/2 aamenitiesDARIN
quickly, anyarea, any price, 2/2 all amenities 5
any condition. $825mo. + sec. $675
904.384-4677 616 5855
www.weselliaxreale: ale.com Marsh Landing Condo
RESIDENCE NEEDED FOR Gated 22 w private
PURRESIDENCE NEEDED FOR garage, wood Iloors,. all
3/2 0doublewide -.r.3 -app.nces, golf course
acresA Westsid r' mlh. includes waler.
long Airpoart/r.:' rir[.5 247.5287 or 154 9606
area. 0arag. ,-,-u
bidgs a plus. I k0 ,:r c NewFltmingIsland
newer in clean, quiet P plantation Condo
neighborhood only. t l45sfi3/2.5&ar
Immediate closing ForRent/Lea.se.
Contact Karen at F Rntas
378-8250. NO REALTOR Gated Comm. "A" rated
CALLS PLEASE! schools, gools, g.olf, tennis,
CALLS PLEASE! volleyball included.
Avail May 1, 2006. $1250mo
9Car04-803.4287
0 P new 2/2, w/pool,
close to NAS/ Jax & 295,
$950mo 904-735-3061
Ponie Vedra Condo
2 BR. 2 bath in Grand
Real Estate Cayv gated community.
Pool, W D, FPfreshly
for Rent painted. new carpets.
S I patio, vaulted
400Apartments Ceilngs. 904 234,2646
Furnished PV 1/1 in Summerhouse,
405 Apartments 5 Star amenities incld.,
410 Condominiums $800mo. Owner/Lic'd
412 Retirement Realtor 904-866.8926
Communities PVB- Belleza. 2/2, vltd
415 Houses Furnishendceils, 2nd fir, no one
420 Houses Unfurnished above. Lake front
425 Manufactured $1250mo. Terry 318-9635
Homes PVB OCEAN LINKS 3/2
427 Mobile Home Lots Pool, fitness ctr, tennis/
430 Roommates BB crt & playgrnd. 2nd
435 Rooms to Rent FL. Vltd ceilgs & FP. New
440 Beach/Vacation/ App & Cpt. 1600sf. patio,
Resorts 1295m. 904-710-6994
445 Storage/Mini- PVB -Summerhouse 2/2,
Lockers pool, lake view, 1st fir
450 Management/Rental 687-9371
Services
455 Wantedto Rent PV Colony 2/2 lcarg,
hrdwd firs stone
counters, w/d 1100mo
East of AIA 904-543- 9467
400 A"rents SOUTHSIDE/MONTEREY
Furnished 2/1 $920; 2/2 $1050;
Pool. Ready 4/25/06.
ARL -REGENCY INN Maryann 904-997-8100
WEEKLY SPECIALS! 'iCO *CN
$139 -7 DAY STAY SOUTHSIDE CONDO
(904) 725 -5093 Lakecrest 2/2,w/gar,
$950. The Landings 2/2,
RIVERSIDE STUDIO $950. Williams Walk 1/1
Beautifully furnished, $850. 904-334-5540
aldeposit d384-4939 S'side II Vilaglo new lux.
condo 2stry crnr unit
2/2.5+stdy, gated, all
5 Apartments amenities $1275m
405 Unfurnished 904-886-4248/613-7173
S'SIDETWN CTR / Mira-
ARLINGTON bella. 2/2 lux condo,
$150 DEPOSIT vifmed. WD,
-Unfurnished Studios
-Pool. Fitness Ctr- Fishing St Aug Direct Waterfront
-ConY to Town & Beaches 2/2.5, gar, 40'deep wtr
S boat slip. $1750m
FROM $375 MO 825-4376/850-251-3017
Furn & Unfurn St Johns Co. New 3/2.5
Wlli w/loft 1600sf TH w/gar,
Willow Lakes Of Arl gtd comm, inclds appls.
7703 Hare Ave. $1425m 904-230-6125
725 "0303 VENETIAN Ortega Farms
%V/ [1rtr r. l.r 2 2 I:rfr.
Arlington -2br, Cpt,AC, u 1E r rT I':,," 1 11i 1 :-
$535+$300dp; mr-dD "-04 5-3 5331
No HUD/pets
924 Arco Drive. 705-7861 WESTSIDE Ira 2 2.
AVONDALE Historic dis- ._ :-rn p .r., :', p: ,E:
trict. Brick duplex 2/1 "[ ," I :, ^
hdwd firs, ch&a, w/d -'--" "' -"2. ""'J
$975 mo. 904-994-7740
Avondale 2/1, 1000sf 415 F urnilied
Remod near St. Vincents ._ ____ _
on crnr lot. 1259 Wolfe
St. $700m 904-387-2833 BCHS, ICW CANAL, 4 3.
AVONDALE 3/2 $995 ch&a .:-.h t-[.hnr l .turn..r i
1300SF, Near Boone Park '. ,nrr c n .,:,i1 i _
HW Firs, Porch, 1 Car Gar ,.r,.-il 904.223-68506
VANSANDT RE 389.3540 4-236
GCS .2br t,.,
JTB/HODGES 2/2,2ndflr Gr.C.SE ,,r,,. ,--..-,,.
corner, pool, fitness ,r.r,.-, I.9 -.-. 0,.1,-
tennis, gated, $1050mo 15 ,,3 3-, i .. i
+ util Call 472-0062 r,-r., -,i H.--.r Ir,- _:.:r:.
M 'B U R G Lrg 1/1 co ttage c ,r., .i ,3 ^-J .-* 5-
apartment$650m+$500 OAKLEAF PLANTATION
dep, utils incld, Call I i. r,: r 'ili.- -2 i -
Jeri 304-8881,291-1580 lull. rir.-, 3 2 d-.i a r.
New Community ____i
Off Blanding 3/2 $1295 I')f lonu'.es
Comm Pool.Playground 42, tirnlu., ...hel

ARGYLE 3 2 GREAT ROOM.
NORTHSIDE 1 FIREPLACE. SCREENED PATIO.
Lg 1, 2, & 3 BRS. SEC SYS. FENCED BACKYARD.
*-. r HUO Vouchers REF REQUIRED $995 177-2841
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equip, cpt, ac/ heat, 3.6 26A '. Ir. ,1 j -
$455mo. 398-0679 VANSANDT RE 389 3540


4 Houses
420 Unfurnished

Argyle, Ranch style hse
on 3ac, horses wel-
come. 3/2+offc, scrnd
lania pool w/deck,
workshop, etc $850dep
$1500m 904-465-0679
4, Arlington- Near JU
S3/2,1700s, car
Si garage, 5 car
S driveway,
in-ground pool, 1 mo
dep, + $1050/mo., close
proximity to 9A and
shopping areas. Please
contact Robert Meggs
904-234-3652 or
nossralsuva@hotmail.com
ARL. Spacious 3/2, fpl,
fnc bkyd, recently
updtd, w/d, cony. Ioc.
$1175m. 904-614-1572
4, Atlantic Beach/
T Mayport 3/2
Garage, large
"' fencedback yard,
bay windows, skylights
vaulted ceiling and
more $1100mo
252-622-3029
ATL Bch-pets welcome,
Ig fncd lot, 3/1, new
apple, hrdwd firs,
$1300mo. Joel 535-5293
AVONDALE Beautiful
perf. cond. 3/1.5, gas
stove, 3648 Riferside
Ave. $1195mo. 981-0544
CLAY COUNTY 4/2 new
full brick, crnr lot, frplc,
glamour bath. frig
1295m 904-545.7312
DEERCREEK CC by
Avenues Mall. Execu-
tive brick 4/3, screened
pool. Rent $2600/buy
option. 904-571-7204
DUVAL- PCSing, 4/2
formal living, din-
ing rooms, family
room with eat in
kitchen, fireplace.
Michelle 705-. 5004
Femrnandina Bch, Ocean
view Beach house 3/1,
$1500m+utils. Call Mary
Ann @919.779-2101
2 FLEMING IS
SPLANTATION-3/2.5
Town home, great
amenities and
schools. $1100/mo, PCS
(904) 269-3614
GATE PKWY gated, lux
3/2.5 all upgrades,
comm pool, club house
$1495m. 904-463-3074
GRAND PARK Newly
remdld 3/1.5, w/d hup,
sec syst, ceramic tile
firs. West 25th St.
$820m+dep 860-5282
ICW/Ashley Wood off
Kemran Rd. 4/2, 2cg, Irg
yd, culdesac $1395m+dp.
Bryan Realty 398-1210s


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished
ICW Harbour Springs
4/2, 1700sf, gar, conv, to
base, fen yd, no pets,
$1500mo. avail mid May
904-472-0025
J, AX BCH 3BR/1.SBA
Pool, 5 blocks to
ti ocean, close to JTB
$1400mo 476- 0956
JCP 4/2, 2cg, 1700sf,
culdesac, fenced yrd,
fpl. $1295m. 1104 AJuga
Ct. Call 858-405-1441
O, JTB- 2/2 condo,
grand reserve,
S hodges, near JTB,
1200sf, pool, gym,
other amenities,
w/d/furn incl,
$950/mo, 305-240- 0003
MAND. BARTRAM PK New
3/2Twnhmes 2cg, on lake
scr lanai, near 195/Hosp.
$1250 & UP. 904-254-2525
M B -3/2. 1500sf Irg Iv rm.
2car gar. $1000mo
Lndscpg & trash inclu.
Avail. May 1,813-4009
MURRAY HILL
Completely Remodeled
3/1 $975mo Pets OK
904-881-9744
NORTHSIDE 2/1 houses
for rent fenced yards,
ch&a $700-$725mo.
Call Greg 376-5190
N'SIDE/Near Dunn Ave
Neat, clean, comfortable
3br, fncd, ch/a, $750+dp
Gd credit only. 349 4457
N'SIDE RTO 6 Properties
2 to 5 Bdrms, 1-2 Bth,
ch/a, newly renov, $550
- $800mo. 904-535.7461
Oakleaf Plan. Rentals
immed, new homes
Lease/buy opt $1100
-$1950m 516-660-2709
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Golf course comm. 4/2.5,
2500sf, all appis, Iwn
mnt $1750. 904- 294-2470
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
1700 Canopy Oaks. 4/2,
1750sf,appl, blinds. $1300m
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273.3939 610-6460
OP/FLEM ISL PLANT 4/2,
2000SF, golf, short or
long term lease, avail
6/1 $1400 707-4135
Orange Pk/Flem Island -
4/2,2 car gar, fen bk yd
$1400m +sec. Opt to
buy. 904-237-7745
ORANGE PK brand new,
lake view, 5br/3.5ba, 2
car gar., Fpl, lease opt
$1500mo. 904-434.5921
ORANGE PK 3/2, ofc/den,
2 c. gar, EZ access to 295
& NAS Jax; $1200/mo +
$900 dep 970.-214-5444


4 Houses 2 Houses 430 Roommates
420 Unfurnished U420 nfurnished 430 Roommates
n 8 ARL- 2/2 includes,
Orange Park Brand new WESTSIDE -LAKESHORE high speed finter-
4/3 nvr lived in. 2400sf AREA 3/1, CH&A, 2 car net/cable,
Lots of upgrds! $1450m gar, fenced yard in. around, hrdwd,
Must see! 904.463- 5499 $875mo. 904. 993. 4884 pools, fireplace, gated
Prk Co Club beauti- WETproperty, 1 mo. dep.,
Org Prk Co Club beauti- WESTSIDE 2/1 Houses $400/mo + until, Robert
ful brick hm 4/3, 2200sf OR 2/1 Apartment. Meggs, 904 234 3652 or
2 car gar. all amenities Nice ch&a. $600-$ 725 rmeggs@ju.edu
$1600mo. 904-307-5834 mo. Call Greg 376-5190
RAVINES GOLF & MAND mstr fum rm, w/d,
CC-3/2 w/ lar WESTSIDE nice 3/2 with pool, Bowflex, 1/3 utils
SJgrt rn, eat inkie+ den just remod, ch/a, $525/$150 dep 292-0755
dn rm. 2 car gar. $895mo. Call 287-1756 OP/ROOM FOR RENT.
and golf cart gar. Fully furn'd Apt.
$1195/mo. 904O210- 60622Westside 3/2, 2 car gar, I will not be there at all.
pool, no pets, $975mo please call 866-2634
REGENCY -new 2 br's $975 dep.
luxury TH's upgrades 904-276-2129 OP Share 2 Story House
gated, rent, RTO! $900 w/pool; seeks male N/S
-$1050mo. Get 2 weeks WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK $325mo. +utils 612-6646
free rent, info & pics. 2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
Call 954-732-1182 NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET! ORANGE PK $200DEP
SAN MARCO 3/2 + bonus REFREQ. $595/MO. 772897 $475MOuti incd. Must
SAN MARCO 3/2 + bonus 89 love animals 6129112
1650sf, Igkit, indr W/D. WETIDE W'- Male or
1482 C eshire Rd. Timothy sLanding Ml o
$1300mo. Call 683-6967 7724 Higchair Lane 1 female, 3 bedroom
3/27 MHignlei Hoe r r house w/grage,
Southside brand new, 3/2/1 100SF $995 $600 includes
for rent or rent to own, /2 off st Month's Rent utilities, cable & inter-
3/2 car gar, for more FEDERATED MGMTGROUP net, 5 miles to NAS JAX,
info call 386-965-6453 (904) 730-8060 call Chris 904-982 3344
Southside 2200sf, all tile WGV -Gorgeous new W'S- share nice 2/2
4/2. kit. LR, DR, pool 4/3, heated pool, spa, apt dclosttoNASJAX
$1200m+ $1200dep9w/1 $3000mo obo.l829-0385 s v ities,e CIa s1, l
yr lease 904-880-3282 Dm5b-8905, leave msg,
SOUTHSIDE WS 1Br apt. attach to have ref. $550
Sail Cove Condos house, Lakeshore WS- WF seeks day
1000 Gate Parkway #624 $550, Avond. 3/2 $1400, working Male. Furn rm,
2/2 1286SF $995 103rd 3/1 $850 465-3301 priv bath, pool, N/Sink
Screened Patio $450m inci utils. 777-5955
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP WS 3/1.5+Bonus rm, ch/a____ _
(904) 730- 8060 scr patio, fen yd & wkshp
w/elect. No smkrs/pets A435 Rooms
SS- Lantana Lakes, 777.-5955. $900m. to Rent
SI sec. sys., spring, WS Lakeshore 3/1 $795
frpl, FL rm, lake ch&a, HW Firs, Fenced, 1 ARLINGTON
view, 2 pools, $1175. CarGar, Wkshp, Kit Equip LUMXURY ROOMS
292-9472 VANSANDT RE 389.3540 w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
S'S/Lease or Purchase 10% Off for Wk y Room!
BUY OWNER Manufactured KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
IL Vilaglio brand new 3/2425 Homes ARL-REGENCY INN
(2) avail. @($230K ea. Homes, _ARL-EGENCINN_
Call Eddie. 954- 605.2947 WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
or 904-406-4666 W'side Deer Point 2/1, 7 DAY STAY
9380 103rd St. comm (904) 725.5093
St. Johns Co/Across from pool, $75 week. or rent BYEDW
WGV New 6/3, apple. stay, to own. 904-537.4152 BEAYMHESMADOWSRN
w/d hkp, no pets, $650wk BEACHES, MANDARIN
Close to 195. 904.422.7931 W'SIDE & NW'SIDE EFFSOTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
From $550m+dep. $150week also houses
ST. JOHNS CO/5R210/195 Laundry facilities avail. for rent ern/hunfurn
New 2/2.5TH w/gar, 904-772- 7244/C:568-2903
comm pool, AvI May 5th. wk, month. 904-302.5753
$970m+sec. 904.-285-4459 L YULEE. Fleetwood Mand/Bartram Springs
O ST. MARYS, doublewide 1989. luxurious + 2900sf hm,
Fenced yard, club 1400sf deck ba, $575mo. 465- 5792
membership, lots w/above ground~pool.
of upgrades, 2400 sf, Near middle/high NORTHSIDE $95wk
$1750/mo, 912.-729.2245 schools. $125,000. + small deposit
904-607-5304 Call 904-766-4653 .
.a St. Marys, 3/2, 316153__
SSugarmill great OP Efficiency, furn, sm
Room living room, 2 Mobile Home refrig, microwave,
loft, fenced yard, 42 Lot Rentals cable off street parking,
community pool, near $100 dep. + $395 mo
Kings Bay 1-95, $1050. DOUBLEWIDE 1996 Avail 5/1 Call 215-9416
2-64-13* 3/2 w/land 1.65 acres ST. MARYS- room
Venetia/Ortega 3/2 $895 j/tV land needs some to rent, private
Completely Renovated work. LOts of extras \ bath/entrance.
Must C Kit Equip, 1066SF. inside trailer.Dinsmore Non- smoker. Call
VANSANDT RE 389- 3540 Area $65K 693-4452 cell 322-8698, $450/mo


Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $69S5wk.
352-376.9644 WWW.
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Commercial
Real Estate
500Commercial/
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
Berrien Co near Valdosta
3ac w/metal bid 4500sf.
Dogwood Real Estate
$149,900 229-356-0630
NC Store + cabin $94,990.
20 acres, stream: $99,990.
919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com
Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
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


51t Office Space
For Rent
JAX BEACH -Prim Prof.
office. $500m ncl. tax.
(3 Avail) 993-5853
JiTB & 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
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(904) 998-9339

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S For Rent

Prime Retail Center Loc
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Busiy high traffic near Lowes
Bob Worganl 800. 630- 7505
Westside SOOsqft. RETAIL
Space For Lease.
Westside Shopping Ctr.
Lane & Lenox 350. 0698





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


PRINTING BUSINESS -full
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priced to sell quickly.
Below asset value.
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Optional Health Care '75.7Welsco Blvd, JAX. EOE PAYMENTS&INTERESTFOR PAYMENTS& IN IbRES i FOR PAYMENTS&IN ul=HES I FOR
a4100% Company Pd ELECTRICIANS _
Premium Prog, Lic required for imme-
Optional Per Diem Pay diate opening with
Program@ $52.00 /day contractor at Jax area FL TN THSI NFNPAID IN FULL WITHIN 12 MONTI.
PM a Cll commercia/iprojects.
*.-.. *mGreg@ $23-$27 per/hr. Send Appli
800-723-3424 for info oresumeto 904-317-2117 on ANY Kitchen Cabinet or
DrivyE tSSENGER moden purchase of $299 or more. Countertop purchase of $299 purchase of $299 or more. '
Drive your late model Electricians & Helpers
and P/T avail. Gas needed immediately or more.
allowance and needed immediately
bonuses.904- 398-4788 Benefit Package/
Medical/4OlK/Vacation
Driver Great Working Environment
BEAT THE HEAT Above Average Pay Scales
Drive a late model CoastalleCtric
vehicle w a/c. Earn CompanyFR
904-493-5250. Ask for 2759St. Johns Bluff Road, F
Mr. Myles. Jacksonville, FL 32246 FREE FR EEI10 % OFF
(9F4. 645-0026
DRIVER/LOCAL WeFare.Xu(904i645686y
steady yr round emp DrugFreeWorkplace A n ha l w y"IREL
potential. Home every OPERATORS, and Up to a $750 value
401K andrhealth ins. PIPELAYERS&haul-away (depending on selection) when you purchase
.Apply,8664kPhili Dsuwith 5 years exr Pc on major appliances via mail-in rebate. 9 or more KraftMaid American Woodmark,
9l04-827-11l5Benefits.t401K Offer applies on major appliance purchases Cross Creek, Shenandoah, Schuler or10% off applies to carpet and installation when
at 904-751-8944 between over $397 via mail-in rebate. Offer valid 5/4/06 Diamond Reflections Special Order kitchen
EXPERIENCED through 5/8/06. Additional fees may apply for cabinets. Offer valid 5/4/06 through 5/8/06. applies to 6 lb. pad (#7774, 171537) on cut pile
PLUMBERS needed to deliveries outside 20-mile local area. Rebate See store for details. carpet and 7 lb. pad (#7866, 171539) for Berber
DRIVERS crownPolntw aSuite2 values and additional charges may apply. carpet. Cannot be combined with any other
Professional class A 904 3263See store for details.
drivers, OTR tractorSil offers or applied to prior purchases** Offer valid
home time.healthi ns., ExperienceA a must!Cnow through 5/16/06. See store for details.
401K, paid vacation, Salarycommensurate
equipment al/in a smail Call 771- 7600
company atmosphere
but backed up with.+
large company benefits. HVAC TECH
Call/Rand 877-440-7890 Must be exp'd & excel-
TSl-online.com lent with the public.".
Ask about our new pay 95% of our work is
package. residential service, '
mostly in Duval Co. ExC
DRIVER -Tow truck and pay. Drug Free envi-
comm. Towing exp not INSTALLER & INSTALLER
req. Men and Women HELPER TRAINE
are encouraged to Florida Window Manu-
available. 762-3869FOE Installer & Installer ".F" .A..
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS Jacksonville area. EXp a Purchase an in stock major appliance
Needed with exp. 40+ must. Installers must -4-
Must have 2 year min have own truck, trailier- of $297 or more and receive a free $25
Class B or better CDL. & tools. Trainee must of$9 r oeadreev fe-2
Must be over 23. Please have own truck. Full to$150 Gift Car via mail
call 642-4425 X 15 Jax; time positions good 'to"Lowe'sGa ind
St. Aug 808-7172 X15. benefits. Ca ,I
904-519-0803 fo rebat.Of v-d406hog
W/chair assist See store for details. *Exclusions may apply.
Excellent driving record Landscapers, Laborersir
Call Miss Alien & Bobcat operators price-range gift card
M-493-5222. motivated & hard work- giftcard
nn; Drivers lic. a must.! N "".
ROLLBACK WRECKER Good pay. Call Jackie $297-$496 $25
DRIVER 924-6664 ..9.-. -',$"0-' "T. .-
384-4059 MACHINERY $747-$996 $75 .- .
ROUTE SALES Full Time MAINTENANCE $997-$1496 $100
.'- Auto Chemicals & Ind '-
sal + comm. Easy work Mechanical & welding",
trial Soaps. no wkends Afternoons & evenings 1497 or more $150 /--. -
Call 904-403-7777 or knowledge helpful. Full
904-4268-72074 benefits. Apply lam- 2pmr
at Commercial Metals
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20% OFF 59
ALL in-stock bath hardware, StOrm door
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mow and Special Order faucets* installation
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have a high school diploma/GED, good credit, ALL in-stock indoor & outdoor planters
clean motor vehicle record, no criminal ,
background and the ability to pass a polygraph, I KALL in-stock outdoor fountains
DOT physical and drug screen. Must be able to A L L II SH I1
permit or Security Officer Commission. ALL in-stock lawn & garden sprayers
Loomis, Fargo & Co. full-time employees enjoy a
-benefits package that's one of the best in the W a llp a p e r
industry, including medical, dental, vision, disability, Price reduction taken at register.
401k and more. K Price reduction taken at register. Offer valid 5/4/06 through 5/8/06. i Offer valid 5/4/06 through 5/8/06.
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or call (904) 398-2090 for an appointment.
EOE. M/F/V/D. Drug-Free Workplace.
BB9700008 For the Lowe's nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at Lowes.com
Prices may vary after May 8, 2006 if there are market variations. See store for details regarding product warranties We reserve the night to limit quantities 'Applies to single-receipt, in-store flooring, major appliance, cabinet, counterop, outdoor power equipment, storage building and gritl
purchases of $299 or more made now through 5/8/06 on a Lowe's consumer credit card account No monthly payments will be required and no finance charges will be assessed on this promo purchase if you pay the following in full waihin 12 months; (1) the promo purchase amount, and (2)
ary related option credit Insurance/debt cancellation charges If you do not, finance charges will be assessed on the promo purchase amount from the date of the purchase and monthly payments vlai be required. Standard account terms apply to non-promo purchases. APR is 21 (15.48%
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20 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 4, 2006


735 Restaurants/
J3 Hotels

SERVERS, BARTENDERS
LINE COOKS Lunch &
dinner shifts avail, for
Caffe Andiamo
500 Sawgrass Village Dr
Ph. 904-2802299
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

740 Retail


FURNITURE
PREP &
ASSEMBLY
This entry level
position offers: greatt
opportunties with a
retail Co. No late
nights or Sundays.
Apply in person at
WoodYou Furniture
700 -185 Blanding
Blvd Orange Park or
11280 Beach Bivd Jax









745 Sales



Team Leader/ Assis-
tant Sales Manager
Auto Sales Experience a
Must Must be Able to
Train & Have Strong
Closing Skills. Apply in
Person to

Frank Panone
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Aver
EOE Drug free workplace




NOW HIRING 5 SALES
ASSOCIATES
for Jax's #1 Dodge Team.
Will train!
Sell new and used, excel-
lent pay plan, bonus and
company benefits.
Call for Interview

Call Mr. Panone
384-6561
WESTSIDE DODGE
EOE Drug free workplace

SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader in
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783. 385
WHOLESALE SALES
Electrical or lighting exp
req'd. National com-
pany. Employment
onus. Jacksonville call
877-445-7341.

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

753 Security


SECURITY
OFFICERS
Day & Zimmennann
Security Services
IMMEDIATE Openings
Come to work for a
nationally recognized
leader in security and
safety that puts
employees first!!!!!!
WAGE* $10.00
After training is complete
$100 signing bonus
FERNANDINA BEACH
LOCATION
Full Time &Part Time
Flexibility
Weekly Pay
Full Benefits
Retirement Plan with
company contribution
904261.5551
We do what we say.
M/F/D/V/EOE


755 Miscellaneous

GENERAL
LABOR
$8.50/HR Full benefits.
Apply Commercial Metals
2038 N Lane Ave.
EOE M/F
GROUNDS MAINTE-
NANCE Summer help.
Exp is a + $8/hr. Pace
Island, OP. 278-6560 for
appt.
TRAILER INSPECTOR
Full Time, good benefits.
We train.
Call Myrna733-4414


755 Miscellaneous
Highway Construction
Needed in Jacksonville:
Lowboy Driver (3yr.exp.)
Dump Truck Drivers
Project Engineers
Survey Party Chief
Concrete Paving Supervisor
MOT Supervisor
Field Secretary
Archer Western Contractors
Call: 904-633-5991
Top Pay and Benefits
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Qualified minones, females
are encouraged to apply
Busy Dist. Co. located in
West Side Ind.
Looking for warehouse,
drivers & ops mgmt.
Dist. Exp. A must! Comp.
Pay & Benefits
DFWP call 904-786-3369

760 Part-Time

EARN $20 TODAY
Ar: a Nt a Pi'Lcma Donor,
i.IuST Drin, inrs 5dI
DC I 6B..Ic-g- c 11.
-(0J '71-6 c.25f

801 Adull
SSitting

CNA

appts. When qualky courts.
Katrlna (904)497-3728

876 Painting/
876 Wallpaper

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







Merchandise
90-Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
92Business/Offce
922Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques
Antique Dining Set
Duncan Phyffe, tbi,
6chrs, buffet, china, exc.
cond, must sell $1000.
OBO. 850-261-23801v msg
Three piece McClen-
S don PalorSSet Blue &
Cream floral print on
Cherry wood. Beauti-
ful $1000. OBO 622-8391



902 Appliances
,- CHEST FREEZER-
S9.4 cf, Kenmore
SI| almost new, white
R $00,D wil h transp
282-6466
DRYER- Kitchen
Said. Large capacity,
S6 years old, very
good condition,
$125 or best offer,


Sside-by-slde,
2 $350, white. Whir-
poeoldishwasher, $50,
white. Whirlpool over
range microwave, $50,
all exc. condition,
904771-5208
REFRIGERATOR with top
freezer white, ice
maker, $185 264-.3170
Washer/Dryer-ran
/ B ge, whirlpool,
.1 Electric, $200. each
like new cash only
more info, call 777-6660
anytime .
4L Washer/Dryer-
Whirlpool
7 years old,
S excellent condi-
tion,
$175 obo, call 813-9004
for more info.

905 Articles
9 For Sale

SBaby Furniture
S Gently used 3- n-.1
I 1 convert, crib,
pack'n play high
chair, swing, rocker &
ottoman $650 220-2908
,' BARBIE DOLLS
new & in boxes.
fWill email list,
lprifes vary.
Call after 1800
904V287- 9518
BIG SCREEN TV Mag. 50"
moving must sell $600
obo. 904-771-5955
4 BOOKS- Left behind
. I series, set of
\ twelve books,
excellent condi-
tion, $30, 904-781-7076
SCABINET-Storage.
| store your CD's,
I Jl DVD's or VHS
4 tapes. Woodgrain,
with lockable doors, on
wheels, $70,268- 2482


Zaxby's is now accepting applications
for Full- and Part-Time Managers at
the Roosevelt Blvd. location.

Benefits Include:
401(k)
Flexible Hours
Paid Vacation
Manager Health Care Allowance


Apply at the location listed below
or fax your resume to 904.778.2012.


ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
(Kingsland, GA Territory)

Would you like to work for the No. 1 sales tearr
in Jacksonville?
If you're aggressive, enthusiastic and have
proven track record of success you may be the
salesperson we're looking for!
A college degree and two years outside sales
experience required. Print advertising experi-
ence preferred. Excellent communication anc
organizational skills a must. You must have
reliable transportation; possess a valid driver's
license and auto insurance. This position wil
be assigned to Georgia Times Union and The
Periscope in
Kingsland, Georgia, territory and will report tc
the Jacksonville Office on Mondays.
Qualified applicants may apply online at
wwwejacksonville.com/resources/employment
shtml. You may also fax your resume to :
904 359-4076
or mail to:
The Florida Times-Union
Attn: Human Resources
One Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Thank you for understanding that due to the
large volume of resumes received it is not pos
sible to acknowledge receipt of each resume.
EOE DRUGFREE SMOKE-FREE WORKPLACE


905 Articles 945 Garage
9 For Sale Sales

CAR TOPPER- ,, BONAPARTE
Sears hard shell / CROSSING- Com-
car topper. Great r o munity garage
for extra storage sale. May 6 &7,
on trips. $30. from 8-2 on Starrett
912- 6737565 Rd. next to first coast
High School
Casio CA110 Elec-
tronic Keyboard 4 FERNINDINA BCH
$25. Call 249 1666 Flora Parke Mov-
inSale- furniture.
DA BED. wtv9s, and lots more.
S DAY BED- with 9-1, Sat-Sun, 5/6-7,
.. mattress, white, 31181 Grassy Parke Dr.
S| f$50, hot wheels
collection, $.50 Fleming Island Fri &Sat
each, old and new, 9-? 671 Water Oak Ln.
269-4503 20 yrs of accumulation!
DISHWASHER-Ken ICW Bentwater Place
More white never Comm. Wide Sale.
I used, $125 XBOX, Sat. 7-1. On Hodges Blvd.
system w/ games, betw Beach & Atlantic.
$130 XBOX and ps2
games $10, each JAX BCH MARINE FLEA
call 386-3724 MARKET. May 6-7, 2315
Beach Blvd ICW, Spaces
ENT UNITS-1 Oak, avail. 904-333-4710
C ho-, Nordictrack Mandarin Sat 8-1 clothes,
c200u. 3 cushion sofa
sa,-..,ng mach & chr, Jul shoes, toys, appi WiI-
Crk. 342-0777 derness 3325CarlsbadTr
UTON w/ Se Mand Multi Family Sat
FUTON-w/Serta 8 11 Beauclerc Oaks Dr S
/ mattress, $100. applis, bikes, child clths
Italian wood comp.
desk, $125, 2003 OCEANWAY
Ford explorer running Bonaparte Crossing
boards, $200.813-1336 Community Yard Sale
Sat. & Sun. 8am-2pm
4, GE Washer and Off Sterritt Rd. 32218
SDryer. Good con-
dltion, $200. Sealy Northside Copper Hill
k Full IMatress/ Box Neighborhood Garage
set. $250 to see call Sale! Sat 5/6 7 til ?.
881-2559 Im. 1.Smiles west of 1-295.
SGolf bag new N'S EAGLE BEND ISLAND
$35.00. 264-6652 Community Yard Sale
4 o20+ Families Sat May 6,
Follow signs from
Honda Civic 94' 2 Yellowbluff d/Main St.
S dr, hatchback PVB Fri 9-3; Sat 8-2; 776
kil excellent gas Sandy Oaks Ct furn,
mileage,30 MPG, appli's, lawn, toys,
new tires good swing set, etc. 285-6442
condition, $1300 269-5460
SOUTHSIDE
Hot Tub Cover Sat 8-5.
S70"x76" New condi 3126 Misty Creek Lane.
tlon $350 obo
912 .882-0734 Lv S'SIDE SOuth Chase
msg off 9A3, Sat 7am. 12,
3FamllySale
Is JEEP- Boys ride- 11425 Chase Meadows Dr.
child's trami rde WASHER & DRYER
table with all trains Brand New Roper
tracks storage bins, Washer & Dryer for Sale.
$55, 213.9590 Moving into Apartment
McDonald's, Happy w/out Connections. Must
S Meal 101PPY Sell Fast! $400 for Both.
Daimations, $60, Must Pick Up on W'Side.
904.7817076 HURRY! (904) 207-0900
MESS DRESS- W'SIDE Sat 5/6, 7am.
Mens, blue and 12 noon, 8514 English
|white jackets with Oak Dr. Ortega Cross-
attachments, size Ing off Collins Rd., furn,
42L Both for $225, tires & rims, mountain
phone 778-4101 bike, clothes & more
POOL Tble- 7 ft. 3. W'S. MAY71Or2
oelhall style pool 8 SStng Drive
Sableasking $700. S. Call 803-6617
call 619 0052 for info.
SPOOL Tble-7 ft. BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
pool hall style pool This Sat & Sun Have
able, asking $700. Your Garage Sale at
call 619,0052 The Market Place! .
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
STROLLER- w/
Carrier, car seat Garden/
-L W mountbabybas-
"sinetUwhite , Lawn
Winnie Pooh baby
bouncer, portable play John Deere 1800/Sprayer
pen, 693-2574, $175 Great Condition, 1860 hrs.
Won't last @ $4,300.00
STreadmill $100,4x6, Matt 334-9516
trailer $300, riding
lawnmower, $300, 2 LAWN MOWER-
small freezer, $60, 1 big wheel, 6.0 hp
2 bakers racks, $100, .'r 22 cut $75, RYOBi,
Chevy Pick.-up 97' gas trimmer with
$5500, 904-272-7352 edger attachment,
$7500, set. Call 268-1384
TREADMILL.$100,
S4x6trailer, $300, Murray Riding
f riding lawnmower, Mower w/bagger
S$300, small freezer, pi 17Hp-Twin 42' cut
$60,.2 bakers racks, excellent cond.
$100,Chevy 1997 $650.00 272-2067
Pickup, $5500,
904 272-N7352 A Household
WEIGHT BENCH- 955 Furniture
L attachments, ARMOIRE-Never
3351bs in weigM i used Collezione
plates and dumbells BD Europa Flawless,
total body 90" tall, 58" wide,
workout machine 24" deep, $1000 obo,
$200 call 38&63724 fits, up to 36" tv,
c ZEAGLE RANGER- 904287-4159
| BCD with ripcord A Armoire never used
Sfweight system, and Collezione Europa
scuba pro inte- up B Flawless 90' tall 58"
grated octopus, like wide 24" deep $1000
new, must see, $650, OBO fits up to 36" Tv.
904-864-6200 904-287-4159
A TO Z YOU CAN BDRM SUITE-
SAVE UP TO 90% ON 1 Ashley Furn. $850
EVERYTHING NOWI l) obo, like new bed,
358-2265 or 259-2292 2 night
___ stands, chest x2.
904.%422- 3406 or
915 Building jdixon01@comcast.net
Supplies BED $100 Qn and Full
Same Price. King $160
SPORCH-screened All Brand New (904)670405
15x12, ready to
move. Good con- BED $115. Full SET, brand
edition, $1500, obo, name, new w/warr in
call 904-879-6446 plastic398-5200 can del
BEDt$155 qNoPTRboxM &
3920 Business/ mattress, brand name,
Office new in plastic.858-9350
BED $160 Qn Pillow Top
Kimball Exec U Groups Brand New, Can Deliver
Cherry Veneer (904)6740405
Only $550 Each
GatorOffice Furniture BED $379 Beautfu I new
(904)724.6400 temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic w/
warr 398-5200 can deliv
Collectables
9225 & Jewelry BED $399 ALL NEW
__ ____ VISCO Memory Foam
Dale Eanhardt Collect- Queen or Full. King $599
ables Pre death, large (904)6740405
selection 904-813-6109 BED A Brand Name $175
King Set. NEW w/warr
928 Electronics Can deliver. 398-5200
"e_______cronis BED Brand name Kg pill
topSET. $299. New, w/
SCar Subwoofer and warr. Can del. 398-5200
CAm 10" subrin
b tube. No box BEDROOM SET .
needed. Crossfire 4 pc, light brown,
70Wx2 amp. Excellent eL moving must sale
condition $95 882-5267 Greatcondition,
dresser, mirror, head-
HDTV. Samsung board, nightstand,
projection TV, FREE POOL TABLE,
L under warranty $300. 912-882-7598
excellent condi- W.RO
tion, $1000 obo, BEDROOM SET
838-4099/ 278.-8968 7 pc red oak, sleigh bed,
$700 OBO 288-7977
TELEPHONE. AT&T -
Cordless 5.8 1GZ. Tal-
I\ng caller L.D, call Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
waiting with answer- Accessories &
Stion, $40,268-2482 | Artwork On Sale NOW! |
Prints From S29
TV, RCA, 14 in, flat |2Pc Lthr Sofa,& Lovest .5991
Screen tube type. side 4 Drawer Chests Frm179
and rear. A/V with ISofas & Chair 2981
remote.Greatcond. 125" ColorTV's From 99
65,26-2482 3Rm18Pc Condo Pkg998
STV-601n. Zenith I CORT CLEARANCE d
Console, yr. 2000, I CENTER |
SI picture very nice. (904)396-9000
$500, 372-9335 cell U B
504-5594 after 4pm.
4, BED-single, mat-
935 Fruits/ #.1 white metal
935 Vegetables headboard frame,

BLUEBERRIES You pick. BED Solid wood cherry
W. 103rd St., Mon, TuesI sleigh bed w/matt. &
Wed & Sat. 8a-3pm. Call box. Retail $950, Sac.
868-8428 for directions $395. 858-9350 Can deliv
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Home Theater Division
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9 Household
955 Furniture
CABINETS
2 pieces, solid
wood mahogany
Schina cabinet, $350.
Computer desk,
formica top,
$25, call 268&1384
4 CHINA-cabinet,
country style
excellent condi-
tlon, $110 obo,
912-882-1052
SCOUCH-4 ft.,
brown
leather-look, nail
head perfect for
office, $50 obo, baby
jump-a- roo, $25, Guitar
$200, high chair,
$7,476-7694

3 piece sectionaL
b| Love seat/ recliner
blue. Asking $1000
or best offer contact
@ 904-375-2931
DESK- Computer
j) shaped, 2 drawers,
key board pullout
tray, cd holder, $125.
693-2574
DINING ROOM SET
Cherry wood 6 chrs tbl,
& lighted hutch, $600
OBO. Call 534-3289
& ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER- Oak, 6
cs, accomodates
free standing TV's,
up to 65" $600 ono,
838.4099/278 8968
Entertainment
Center- 3 pieces,
solid oak, $375,
call 268-1384
& Living Room Set-
3 pc, royal blue w/
1bult in ottoman
& tables.
Call for more Info,




4 NURSERY FURNI-

ottoman, originally
over $1100, asking $450.
Many accessories.

SLEEPER SOFA -$150,
Table, 4chrs, $125, end
tbi, coftbl $125; 772-0633
9, SOFA- never used
Contemporary

904-696-0678
SOFA- plaid, gray/
%i} I extra long,
^ exc. cond.,
$350. 904-260-2086
TR SOFA-plaid,
t gray, I. blue beige,
extra long, exc.
condition, $350,
904-260-2086
L, E SofaFplaid$
Sgray/blue/bexge,
%1> extra long,
a excellent coend.
$350, 904-260-2086
S SOFAr- plaid,


S$350, 904-260-208
SOFA-sleeperl and
Soveseat, Qn. Anne,
rarely usedRgreat
L endition,$0




S$50, Rocker Bent-
S wood $125, 32"x8'
entry door $50 roll-
top desk w/swivel chair
$475 Bed frames

midnight blue custom


960 Machinery

AUTOMOTIVE TOOLS &
EQUIP wholesale.


965 Medical

4 SCOOTER-Medical
electric Rally, three
wheeled, Immacu-
S late, red, rarely
used. Runs perfect,
$850. Negotiable,
904-716-7197/
904-541-0400
MusicalI
970 Merchandise/
t Services


Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
KEYBOARD- CASIO
CA-110 electronic,
$25. Call 249-1666
4, PIANO- Baldwin
Acrosovic w/bench
seat, $2K obo
904-993-3185

980 Sporting
Goods

GOLF CLUBS- used,
Hogan Ed e Steel,
1,3-pw, $ Mil-
lenium 2000, over-
size Graphite, 4 PW
475, Master Fit Graph-
ite 4-AW, $75,
call 220-0340
SStarcraft 14 ft.
aluminum fishing
boat on like new
galvanized trailer
garage kept. In good
condition, $1000. Call
241-1398
d TREADMILL
Space saver, $150,
4 1 call 268-1384
WEIGHT SET-
3001b's & workout
bench, $100.
Call 573-2863
WINDSURFER-
Scomplete, Obrien.
I includingg mast sail,
S and 2 harps,
$100 call 284-6017/
Fleming Island
SZEAGLE RANGER
SLTD, BCOD with rip,
Cord system and
scuba pro, inte-
grated octo like new,
$650,904-8646200

99w Wanted To
Buy Or Trade

CLAW FOOT BATH
|TUB. must be rea-
klsonably priced and
Calln goo condition.
Call 282-4095 AWH

1005 Livestock
1005 & Supplies
Clippers, Brushes,
Curry CbsBig Selection
550 Saddles In stockd
See us and Save!
www.horseandkennel.com
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E.18TH ST354- 7634

10.10 pets &
11 Supplies

AQUARIUM KIT
S gallon tank,h
I Includes cover with
v light, pump, filter,
and water heater,
$25,268-2482
Bostons, Pekingese
Poms, Poodles,
Maltases, Ridge Back
Mastiff, Many more.
prices start from
$350-$950.
904-504-9633
Boxer Pups CKC fawn, bk
mask, 6wks, hith cert,
$500 904-276-2627
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS,
AvI 5/6 AKC, Shots, HC
2M's. $500. 904.695- 9181
Carrier- extra large
Spent carrier, beige
excellent
Condition. $35,
904821-7670

CAT- free to good
Some. Declawed.
Comes with all her
stuff, 3 yo, call
904-476-4132
.C CAT-Free 4 yr old
Sale cat declawed,
nuetered needs
Sgood adult home.
Rescue me pis. Call
904-529-7895
4, CAT- handsome,
weet, 2mo
S shorthalred, black
cat, neutered/
declawed, shots, meds
current, Free to good
home.912- 496 4885/
912.-573-6961
CHIHUAHUAS Long Hair
S/W $500ea Cash only.
904-757-8567
Chihuahua Pups AKC
champ lines, born 3/26,
1F/1M. 904-725-0872
Dachshund Puppies AKC
10wks old 912-276-1888
904-843-2775
FOX/WIRE TERRIERS
Beautiful tricolor puos
$100. 772-9280/251-5079
4 Free German Shep
Puppies
S No papers 9517
S Commonwealth
Ave. 783-3284
Italian Greyhounds Fern,
bick,. 10 bs, little doll


1010 Pets &
1 1 Supplies

JACK RUSSELL -AKC
Sups, s/w, pop. m/f
300. Also Australian
Shepherds avail. 2wks
dep only Ray 779-2590
MALTESE PUPPIES AKC,
Males, $600 Cash only
904- 779- 6531/553-7638
MINI CHIHUAHUA PUPS
CKC, 10wks. S/W, $275
Vet.' 912-458-2350
MINI. SCHNAUZER PUPS
AKC &1 AKC toy poodle
pup 289-8669/613-4905
PARROT-Yellow Nave Irg
cage & access. Quite a
talker $1200 386-328.2845
PIT BULL PUPS/ADBA
Excellent temperament.
75% House broken.
Beautiful puppies, to gd
homes only 904-635-3319
PIT BULL PUPS RED
NOSE 4F, 4M, S/W
$250ea 904-504-0508
POODLES Tea Cup AKC
2/M 1/F very tiny
$1000-$1400 334 4058
plumprettypoodles.com
RAGDOLL KITTENS, TICA
reg, M Bengal Kitten
229-794-2144 after 5pm
RAT TERRIERS
for sale
912-729-4723
4, Schnauzer mini
SAKC, all shots,
I health certificate, 6
mo. house broken,
pick of litter, $700 obo,
904-463-2254/
904213,9941
SHIH-TZU CKC M/9wks
white w/blk mask, HC,
papers. $425. 778-0325
SHIH-TZU AKC PUPPIES
mls/fmles, /imperials
904- 214- 4257/406-0144
YORKIE PUPS, CKC-TOYS,
Parent are 4-61bs. 3m/3f
$800- $850. 904- 573- 0445
Babies, Exotic Birds for
info, species low prices.
Call 904-374-3005






Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
130S Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340 -ucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
YAMAHA WAVE RUNNER
VX110 DELUXE '05 Ext
warr, used 3hrs, $6500.
Trir, coy incl. 280-7947
Four Wlnns CU004,
S1999, 205 Sund-
| owner, like new,
Only 40 hrs, $1999
obo, 904-422-3406 or
Inixon01()comcast.net
A, 11' Inflatable
SAVON, $500 obo or
S 14 hp Johnson
Motor $800
904993,3185
4 16ftLOWEJON

Evinrude, la93
SOHP Johnson, Minn
Kota, 565. all $2000 obo,
742-3525/ 744-1794
18' SEAPRO '90 CC, 110
Johnson, always cov-
ered, gar, well main,
$4250 obo. Call 261-4765
19' Trophy 'o02CCFlsh
FinerGyPS,BinIni,
lo 125hp Mercury
Outboard, warranty
extras $15900. OBO.


904-
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1205 Boats 1300 Motorcycles
2002 Chapparal 230 SSI KAWASAKI
Bowrider mercruiser 5.0 / LXR-1100, 2000
very low hours, stain- ) manu upgrades,
less prop, dual batter- better tan new,
les, depth finder, corn- garage kept, must see
pass, stereo/cd player, $4990. oboCaiI 241-1398
enclosed port pottie
swim platform w/lad- d RevTec 100C.L 05'
der, snap in carpet, i- Custom chrome.
Bimini top bow and 1 Contact Kevin.
cockpit cover, custom $13K bo, 2202801
Mooring cover, au..to- Kevinh7881@.omcast.net for
matic fire ext excel- pictures and Info.
lent cond, Includes
Malic Tilt trailer. 2 S6uzukiBandit
$25,000. 94 u535u5300 20- 6cc, blck
$25,000. 904 535 5300 6k miles, excellent
S23' Montery Cuddy o busncase
1992, with trailer. 904 -h'u.ng al
Needs work, $4000. .9. 9 T 8or 077881
Call 90447& 9079 ,. Yamaha 1100 Cus-
2ft.hotom, 15 degree
25 foot regal bow- Chopper Rake,
rider 2001, Volvo Lowered rear beas,
537 liter, engine, custom paint and body
fishing package. modifications, 3k miles,
Full canvas, 'mmacu- like new-excellent
late, must se!! $35,900, condition, $8500 obo,
237-5064 904 264- 7173 or
Motor guide 30 904269 4881
| trolling motor, like r, r i _
< new, spare pro- I YAMAHA R 1 9- I
peller, twin hat- I Fully Iosaded and
teries, 15 ampere cnromed & poiishd.
charger. $175. Nice bike. S5500u obo
9042646054 after 4. 6260905 /

Boats, Motors, & Trailers Yamaha YZ 250 low
Any Condition! T/ihours; owner
"The Used Parts People" transferred. Must
WEEKSMARINE387-1440 912 Sell, $2100 obo,
912-573.3161

1215 tRentalge 1310 Auto Parrts
Fisherman's Marina @ &, Blue-Ox baseplate
Trout River. Now renting and driveshaft
wet slips. 30to 50ft+ iLdlsconnect with
Call Charles 904-764-7022 driveshaft for Chev
~~____~_____ Blazer, 97-03 auto
transmission, $300 obo,
1 23 RV's & valued, $1300. 282- 6466
1-a Supplies ,. Four 16x8 Alloy
Rims With 255/
AIRSTREAM& TRAIL 5 L65R16 Goodyear
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS Eagle LS Tires.
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES FDrom 05 Dodge
Sales Service Parts Dakota. 5500mi. $300
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales obo. 422-3113
AlachuW (386)42.3039 ******** ****
1800-5413639 TOOL BOX-Truck Options
WINNEBAGO Chieftain Custom fit for S-10, may
'90 25ft RC asking fit other small truck,
s$5oo Cali 860-287 501? double walled, heavy
lduy w/lock & key.
Extra deep; stnis hard-
1300 Muotorcycles1 ware $200. 904-962-4525

SFor Sale or Trade for Antiques/
Boat 2003 Buell Blast 1320 Classics
4J500cc, 4788 miles, runs _
great,needs nothing.
Call 904.386-1228 AD OD
114-1- 71111B160G9 AM,****


| custom screaming
t|1 eagles, luggage
rack, sissy bar
extra chrome, windhe ld,
only 3600 mIles, $8000
obo, 912-882-6788
4, Harley Davidson
S 1200 Sportster, 01'
I *8915 ml, black with
Sred pin stripes.
Looks and runs ike
new. Windshield H.D.
Dyne seat with back
rest, rear pegs, engine
guards aniluggage
rack. $6900 ore,
904-610,6062
HARLEY DAVIDSON
S" soft tall, 2002,
Black chrome, and
light packages,
alarm saddle bags,
windsheild, 6400mi,
S$12,500,90 449-1489/
213-9845
SHARLEY DAVIDSON
2003, Softall Deuce,
I excellent condi-
tion, 3400 miles,
quick release leather
bags garagekept.
$15,900 Michael
542- 3670 or 264 2850
Hariey Davidson XL
S1200 Sportster,
j low miles, lots of
Chrome, excellent
condition, blue & silver,
$8500 obo. 912-674 4453
HD Softall Stan-
S dard 03', 100th
J anniversary edi-
windshield backrest,
luggage rack, foot-
boards, engine guard,
$14,00, 424 0424
4, Honda 1300C 2004,
S5000 mi Vance
of extras2yrs fac-
tory warranty/services
remaining $10500.
556-3249 or 771-2442
4, HONDA 1979, gold
Swing, new tires,
Kinglslaed, MGith
sidecar call
912-673-1897 after 5,
912-729-8904.JIM
HONDA CUSTOM 900 '82


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personnel stationed in our communities


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'w$800 CASH
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 deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 537-0961 Today
CHEVROLET COR-
SVETTE 70'- stIn-
Igray, Red, 350, AT,
PS, PB, AC, Two
tops, new tires
garaged, awesome
condition, $29800.
272- 3768
CORVETTE 1980'
Black 350 AT, $4K
obo, 904 695-0681
,- Corvette 1980,
black, 350 at,$400

SFord Mustang
Convertible.
Fully restored
black/silver 302 V8
C4 auto. Many new
parts and tires. $19,500
obo, 9046545557

1325 Automotive
4, Accord EX Sedan
I '95 4 door, 4 cyl,
2.2L VTEC, 5 speed,
manual premium
sound system, sun roof
alloy wheels
912-882-3508 $3000
ACURA RSX S '05
St#8367A $19,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/7\1, ACURA TL'05S
Burgundy/tan,
beautiful. $28,860
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
l ACURA TL'03
Ex low miles, CD,
sunroof. $16,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1998-0012
AUDI A4 '03
Beige, Tan Leather, 47K,
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323-5795
A"UDI A4 SEDAN '03
Nfs 1.8 Turbo only
29,000 mi. $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUDI A6 '03
White/Beige, Auto, Real
Luxury. Rides Super &-
Drives like a Dream. 21K
Miles, $23,450
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323-5795
zl AUDI TT CONVT.
'02. Only 25,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
|IBMW 3251 '06. Like
new, only 3000
miles. $32,340
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 328i '00 AT, NAV,
Ithr, sunrf, prem sprt
pkg, new tires, exc
cond, must sell,
$18,4950obo. 813-8466
BMW 5251. '90
New paint, runs greatly
248K, $3750.904-514*4805
BMW 74011 '01
White, Grey Leather and
Real Clean Luxury Car.
58K, $25,888
ASH TISDELLE 800 323- 5795
\ BMW Z4 3.0'06
Only 400 miles.
$38,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7\ BMW Z4 3.0'05
Only 9000 miles
$36,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012 "
S BUICK 2002
Redezvous. Very
clean. Excellent
condition, $10K obo,
882-8853
BUICK LESABRE '00
St#G172 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
( ICADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Pearl white.
Beautiful. $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( CADILLAC DEVILLE
* '03. Only 44,000
miles. $18,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


1325 Automotive
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
-rw*BROUBHAMA v

800 CASH
196 Blue int. & ext., 160k
mi., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 537-0961 Today
, CADILLAC CTS '03
Pearl white/tan,
beautiful. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV CAVALIER '01
AUTO, 4DR, $6,288
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV COBALT LS '05
AUTO, AC $10,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '03
FULL PWR $14,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHV CHEVROLET
C CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. speed,
every option available.
$32,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVROLET CAVAUER '04
St#4061C $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET CORVETTE '04
St#F932 $37,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '02
St#G013 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '01
St#G167 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY Cavalier '00. AT,
4dr, new tires, $2460.
349-3080 or 276-7855
T CHEVY CORVETTE
S98'- Fully loaded,
l1> garage kept, exc.
Second. new tires,
$16,875, call
912-467-6145
CHEVY CORVETTE CONY.
'99- 15Kml, triple bik,
ext war, $27,500. 287-6800
CHEVY MONTE
CARLO 86'
4.3 runs great,
needs TLC. $500
firm call 783-9210,
after 7 pm
SChevy Monte Carlo
86', 4.3 runs great
T ITLC, $500, frim,call
783- 9210, after 4pm
& Chevy Silverado 03'
S3500 all power,
G sF excellent Uondtlon,
54 K, V8, .11., $19K,
882-3679 or 674-8731
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'03 LIMITED $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 03
AUTO, CC, PL. PM, MNRF
$11,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
TO CHRYSLER PT LTD
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
1 CHRYSLER 300C
Ad2 'OS White/tan
roof. $28,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/t CHRYSLER PT
TOM CRUISER TOURING
TURBO '04. Only
25,000 miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
St#G154 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03 -
St#GO98 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/"7 CHRYSLER
SSEBRING'03 LXI
Leather, CD,
moonroof. $11,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
DODGE MAGNUM R/T '05
St#F818 $27,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE NEON R/T '04
St#5615A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
& DODGE NEON 2001
Runs great, a/c works,
good on gas, $3500o
obo, 626-1104/
406-2539
FORD Contour '96, silver,
nice clean. 106.5K mi,
$2350. Call 879-4211

FORD Crown Vie.
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 FOCUS '03
Gas Saver, AT, AC, Clean,.
Inexpensive, 31K, $8,950
ASH TISDELLE 800- 23. 5795,
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
St#1570A $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487
FORD MUSTANG '05
Auto, leather, spoiler, .
loaded, 16K ml. $299mo.
Call 334-7253
FORD MUSTANG '99
St#BUC0023B $6788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Ford Ranger '99
XLT Super 4D, v6,
,14.0L, 5spd, 4wd,
ABS (4W) Towing
package, AM/FM/CD
alloy wheels, A/C, bed
liner, new clutch, new
brakes, $8,000 obo. Call
Andy 912-729-1315 or
912-227-1997
FORD TAURUS SE '03
St#G034 $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD "
EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
$t#7444B $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD '97
St#BUC4283A $4988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
Auto, 4dr, low miles.
$299/mo. Call 334-7253
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


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stands for Grand Opening. Proceed directly to any of these three
alt new KB Home communities, or visit any community listed below.

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Check out these other great communities!


4. Timber Creek Plantation From the $190s
1,604-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. Oversized homesites
available. Tour the community pool, clubhouse, basketball
court and family recreation area. Come tour our Parade of
Homes model home. (904) 225-2581

5. Cartesian Pointe From the $180s
1,336-2,478 sq. ft., 2-4 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling final homesites. Community offers play-
ground and baseball field. A great value in rapidly
expanding Nassau County. (904) 225-1982


6. Dunn's Creek Plantation From the $220s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. 13 unique floor plans.
Community pool coming soon. (904) 751-1274

6. Islands of Dunn's Creek From the mid $200s
2,237-3,817 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Grand Opening! Now selling oversized homesites with
marsh-front views. New floor plans to choose from.
Community is nestled on two cul-de-sac streets. Come
tour our Parade of Homes model home. (904) 751-1274

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7. Villages of Summer Lakes From the $150s
1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths.
Now selling new townhomes with attached I-car
garages. Community pool and playground. Just minutes
from the popular Tinseltown area. Tour new townhomes
ready for move-in. Come tour our Parade of Homes
model home. (904) 725-2125


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8. Samara Lakes Briar Wood From the $130s
1,005-1,177 sq.ft., 2-3 bdrms., 1 bath.
Stone exteriors and open floor plans. Buyers must meet
the guidelines of the St. Johns County Housing Initiative
on selected homesites. (904) 940-7320


\" 8. Samara Lakes Oak Ridge/River Birch
From the mid $200s
1,336-3,418 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
- Now selling new homesites and quick-move-in homes.
Located in popular World Golf Village area. Several lakes are
located within the 245-acre nature preserve. World-class
amenities center with pool, covered pavilion, playground,
basketball court and open recreation fields. Come tour our
Parade of Homes model home. (904) 940-0146


9. Florentine From the $250s
1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Located just minutes from Pointe Vedra Beach. Within
walking distance of Nease High School. (904) 819-6604


10. Cypress Lakes From the mid $200s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling. 11 floor plans to choose from. 25-min. drive
to Jacksonville via 1-95. Beautiful 27-hole golf course.
Tour new homes ready for move-in. Come tour our
Parade of Homes model home. (904) 819-9081


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E LTO operation Welcome. received Drawing on 05/31/06.Prinzeisa Rooms ToGogift card valued at 10,000.Winner responsible for all taxes and insurance Prize not redeemableexchangeable for cash not transferable and cannot be combined th anyothe offers. KBH reserves the right to extend, modify ordiscontinue Sweepstakes at anytime wthot
F- nSn,of-I prior notice. For details on restrictions, qualifications and conditions, see Official Rules at sales offices or send d SASE to Rooms To Go Sweepstakes Rules, /o KB Home, 10475 Fortune Pkwy, Ste 100, Jacksonville, FL 32256. Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realtor to accompany and register buyer on first visit and comply with Realtor Co-op Agreement. Realtor Co-op I
ewH ome does not apply at Samara Lakes-Briar Wood community in St. Augustine. Prces c es/terms subject to change, prior sale, homesite premiums and/or predetermined options Floor plans, options, elevations and views vary by community/homesit e and are not guaranteed Square footage is approximate Photos show upgraded landscaping and may not represent communities' -
i3our cs e lowest-priced homes.Planned pool at Dunns Creek Plantation subject to change and not guaranteed;contact: KB Home Jacksonville, 10475 Fortune Pkwy, Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32256; (904) 5966626 Recreational facilities at Cedar Glen, Villages of Summer Lakes, Cartesian Pointe, Adams Lake Timber Creek Plantation, Hawks Polnte and Samara Lakes are private a lw r?
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1325 Automotive
HONDA ACCORD
EX '04. Fully
Equipped. $17,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA ACCORD
I 2002, EX.4DR, 3.0L,
tV. 6, 4sp AT leather,
tinted, loaded, new
tires, EC, non- smoker
owned, beautiful,
maintained,
904 491-7996
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR. PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA PILOT EX '03
St#3299C $20,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA S2000 '05
St#G160A $26,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON '05
St#F9B2 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI XG350L '03
St#G041 $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI TIBURON '01
St#BUCF695C $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
I ININmTI G35
SEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
leather, CD, sunroof
$23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITE G35 '04
St#F787 $29,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI QX4 '01
St#F830 $19,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
i INFINITI G35
SEDAN '03. Only
29,000 miles.
Beautiful $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JAGUAR XJ8 '99. 53K
miles, great shape,
$15,900. 904 280-2964
JAGUAR XKR '01 Coupe,
Low mi, Super Charged,
safe in trunk. Custom
bik rims, beautiful!
$45,000 OBO 537-1988
& JEEP CHEROKEE 91
laredo, white,
S145792ml, pwr
windows/doors,
auto, fm/am cass., air
cond, new shocks,
$2500,744-1794/ '
742-3525
KIA AMANTI '05
St#G145 $17,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S LEXUS ES 300 '95
Blue with Beige Leather,
AT, AC, Runs and Drives
Good, AC Ice Cold, $5,975
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
LEXUS ES300 '00
St#1635B $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


1325 Automotive
MAZDA 6 '04
Auto CC, PL, PM, PW
$12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
y MAZDA MIATA '01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful! $12,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA RX8 '04
Auto, loaded. low miles.
$299/mo. Call 334-7253
L MAZDA RX8 '04
Leahter, CD, priced
to sell. $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES C 240,.
Platinum with sll-
ver interior and
wood grain. Fully
loaded, $24,600 obo
warranty available, 50 k
miles, 5428683, Brian
MERCEDES C230 '02
St#F948A $17,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCEDES E320 '99
St#7415B $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877,
MERC GRN MARQUISE
LS'00 PS, PM, PW,
CC, REMOTE $8999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
MERCURY GR MARQ '04
St#F733 $13,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCURY GR MARQ '01
St#G165 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
(7 MERCURY SABLE
V LS '03. Leather, CD
Beautiful $11,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MGB 73', MGB-GT
72', MOB needs
work, GT is parts
car both for $1000,
call Jeff 277-8783
MINI COOPER '05
Automatic Only
2000 miles. $19,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MISTUBISHI ECLIPSE GT
'00. With SUn Sound
Package. Low miles.
$6995. Call 334-7253
SMitsubishi Eclipse
SSpyder GS 1999
c convertible, 99k
miles, 2nd owner,
new top, new tires,
awesome $7200 obo,
386-8154
NISSAN ALTIMA '02
St#G050 $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
7 NISSAN ALTIMA SL
\S '05. Leather, CD,
roof. $19,780
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN MAXIMA '02
MNRF, PW, LKS $15,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
OLDS MOBILE AURORA
'99, all pwr, must sell.
$3000. Call 904.535-2597
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02
St#F983 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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PONTIAC GRAND AM '04
4DR, PS, PL. PM, PW, CC
$13.550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
PONTIAC OTO '04, priced
to sell $22K. red 33K mi
exc cond 739-1342
Pontiac Grand Am '89
New motor & transmis-
sion & headliner, needs
paintjob. Asking $1200
OBO. Call 778-1086
for info
SATURN LS2,2000
S Heated leather
I seats, 6 cyl, cruise,
tinted, windows,
sunroof, KBB, $8400.
Sell $7900. 735- 3313
SATURN L300 '03
St#F607A $12,500
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN L200 '01
St#BUCG010A $6788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
& SPITFIRE 1977-
numbers match,
S body true, being
restored, runs new,
batter cover, tires, soft
and hard top, $2500,
904704.8872
TOYOTA AVALON XLS '02
St#G128 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
T TOYOTA AVALON
'03 Extra low
miles. $19,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '02
Blue & Grey Interior, Nice
Clean Car NICEST IN THE
AREA FOR THE MONEY.
$13,800
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '05
White, 18K, Like New,
BBS Wheels, Super Nice
Car $17,850
Ash Tisde le 800-323-5795
TOYOTA CAMRY '01
St#G104A $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
) TOYOTA CAMRY
XLE'02.Cham-
paqne/tan, extra
low miles. $14,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Toyota Corolla
S 2005,4dr, LE
t f excellent condi-
tion, Low mileage,
803-6617. 8358 Stevens
Drives Jacksonville,
32244 to see.
TOYOTA RAV 4 '01
St#G072 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA SOLARA
m O1' loaded, low
il'miles, garage kept,
good gas mileage,
$11Kobo, call 334-9023
/ TOYOTA SCION TC
'05. CD, automatic
$16,740
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7\ VOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT '03. W8
motion, extra low
miles. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VW JETTA GL1 '03
6cyl, low miles, loaded.
$239/mo. Call 334-7253


1325 Automotive
VOLKSWAGEN CONVERTIBLE '04
Green and I Mean Green!
27K, 5Spd, Nice. Sharp
LookingCar, Cold AC,
$20,650
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
Black, Nice Good Miles,
47K, $13,850
ASH TISDELLE 80 0323-5795
V Volvo 940 Sedan
95 Gas turbo,
sunroof, leather
interior, power
seats, rear & side
window defroster,
special ordered 1
owner, maints up to
date, 127k plus miles,
$6000 904-781- 7904

@ Volvo S60T5, fully
loaded, red,
leather, sunroof,
$11,999 call
4346498
t VOLVO $80 '06
AWD, fully
equipped. Only 425
miles. $37,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
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Civilian
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Chris 662-0726


1335 $2000 orLess
Buick Riveria '95 Great
body! 148K, green, Ithr,
snrf,$2000obo 477-3561
CADILLAC FLEE1WOOD
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w$800 CASH
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 deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 537-0961 Today
CHEVY LUMINA '98 exc
cond, $1900. Call
349- 3080 or 276-7855
CROWN VICK '89-cold
air, runs gd, need some
wrk, $10OOobo. 502-3712
U Lincoln Town Car
S92', loaded, runs
great, everything
works, good gas
mileage, $750, 272-2642/
S50-3692
TOYOTA CAROLLA -91
AT, new tires, runs great
$1175 9041 333- 7767
TOYOTA PASEO 96'
only 68k miles,
41 needs front end
work, runs well,
$1000 obo, call
904-434-9498


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
BMW X3 '03
SUV, Grey w/ Beige
Leather, 31K, Inexpen-
sive Luxury. $28,450
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
(S) CADILLAC SRX '06
Pearl white, fully
equip., like new.
Only 9K miles. $32,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06.
Pearl white/tan,
fully equipped. $41,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( CHEVROLET
AVALANCHE '04
Extra low miles.
$23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
A CHEVROLET
PICKUP 90', auto,
ext.cob V8.4xt.
198K miles, solid
engine, newer tires,
$220 obo, 847- 370-5078
CHEVROLET SUBURBAN '03
St#1628C $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET AVALANCHE '03
St#F841A $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET BLAZER '02
St#8994A $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV TAHOE LS'03
LS, 3rd Seat, Nice $19,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER EXT
'05 4WD. CC, PW, PL, PM
$20,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '05,
PW, PL, PM, REMOTE
$17,999
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
L Chevy Pickup 97',
SWB ATAC,
regular cab v6 87K
m les, white, nice
$5500 obo, Orange Park
904-272-7352
S. CHEVY PICKUP
/ 1997, SWB ATAC
I regularr CAB V6, 87K
Smiles, white, nice,
$5500, obo. Orange
Park, 904-272-7352
,. Chevy Slverado 97'
1c1500 ext cab, PS
|I PB, v8, bed liner,
great ac 144K
miles, must see, $7K
obo.
ob CHEVY TAHOE- 99'
LT 4WD, all leather,
must sel, $5800 obo,
707-4647
y CHEVY TAHOE LT
( '03. Moonroof, CD,
quad seats, black/
tan, beautiful! $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012'
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


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Homes Starting In The $190s!


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

For More Information, Please Call
904-783-6217


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Homes Starting In The $1 90s!
* Long awaited final phase NOW OPEN!
* Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
available r
* Conveniently located near
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For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968
1-295 North, exit left onto Normandy Blvd. Fox Hill Farms
is located on the left before Chaffee Rd.


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Town Homes Starting In The


*Three spacious floorplans to
choose from
* Homes available for
immediate occupancy!
* 2 or 3 bedrooms with garages 4
* 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.


$120s!


Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
* Away from the traffic
* Conveniently located close to
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For More Information, Please Call
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1-295 to exit 19 (Normandy Blvd.- SR 228) West on SR 228
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Condos Starting In The LOW $ 100s!


* Cozy, intimate community
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located minutes
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* Appliances included with home 4

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

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* Three decorated models!
* BEST value on the Westside!
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located close to
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For More Information, Please Call
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